Sussex Record Society Volume 3

Sussex Record Society Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...Mylton in Arlyngton are held of Thomas Lord Buckeherst as of his manor of Myddylton otherwise Mylton by fealty and rent of (blank): 1 messuage 1 barn 3 gardens 24 acres of land 8 acres of meadow 15 acres of pasture and common pasture for 60 sheep in Arlyngton, formerly bond land and held of the manor of Mylton and late acquired by Thomas Jorden from Christopher Hennege in fee, are held of the Queen in chief by service of one sore hawk or a rent of 3a: certain lands in Myddylton are held of John Gage esq. as of his manor of Heighten by fealty and rent of 10s: 1 messuage 1 barn 1 garden and 7 virgates of land meadow and pasture in Pageham called Seton containing by estimation 220 acres of land are held of Edward Darell as of his manor of Nytymber by service of paying one bushel and three quarters of beans, and this land owes to the said manor 3 days ploughing and three boon-days (precarios) at harvest time: and all these premisses are worth 26. 13. 4. Levettes mershe is held of the Queen as of her castle of Pemsey, parcel of her Duchy of Lancaster, by fealty and rent of d: Gretemyllands containing 47 acres of land heath and brushwood was parcel of the manor of Otham and is held of the Queen in chief in free socage by fealty only: these lands are worth 5. (C. Vol. 162. No. 158.) 61. William Stanny. Died: 28 September 9th Elizabeth. Son and heir; Richard Stanney; age, 13 years 8 months on 27 April 10th Elizabeth. Inq: at Horsham. 23 November 14th Elizabeth. Jurors; John Worsfold Thomas Awood John May John Lyntot John Hardinge John Thornedene John Awood senr. John Awood junr. Thomas Pyke Richard Walder John Yonge Thomas Penycod Henry Snellinge Richard Sharpe. William Stanny was seised of a messuage and 240 acres of land more

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  • Paperback | 74 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 150g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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  • 1236494210
  • 9781236494214