Wiltshire - General Abstract of Brinkworth Leases, 1700-1750

Transcribed by Clive R.G. Henly, 1993
From an original document held at the Wiltshire & Swindon Archives.
Library Reference: 88:2/37b

Field Name Index   Person Index

The original document, from which this extract is taken, contains details of leases in Brinkworth and other manors which were, at the start of the eighteenth century, in the hands of the Earl of Berkshire. This extract is a transcription of those sections pertaining only to the manor of Brinkworth.

The original document is held at the Wiltshire and Swindon Archives Reference 88:2/37b.

The reference numbers in the left hand margin have been added by the author for indexing purposes.

CLIVE R.G. HENLY
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Wollaton,
Nottingham.
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  GENERAL ABSTRACT of BRINKWORTH LEASES
 To  
1.Jonas Alloway16 January 1720 For the Lives of Richard, Mary, and Anne
 Alloway (Son and Daughters of the Said Jonas) on the 
 surrender of a former Lease Granted to Joan Ackswick 17th 
 June 1713 
 The 4th part of a Ground called West Hargrove containing 
 With Tythes of the same, and Liberty of Commoning on 
 Brinkworth March, Black Moor, Sundays Hill and all Ways 
 Lanes and Commonable Places in Brinkworth. 
 Rent: £0 4s 6d 
 
2.Jonas Alloway21st March 1720 For the Lives of Richard, Mary & Anne
 Alloway on the Surrender of a Former Lease Granted to 
 Jonas Alloway 21st March 1720 
 A Close of Meadow or Pasture called the upper Westfield 
 lately Divided into two Containing together 8 acres 
 Rent: £0 5s 4d 
 
3.Jonas Alloway25th March 1725 Richard and Anne Alloway a Close of
 Meadow or Pasture Ground 
 Rent: £0 3s 8d 
 
4.James Butler20th September 1709 For the Lives of the said James, Joan
 his Wife and James their Son on the surrender of a former 
 Lease Granted to William Clark 20 June 4 Jacobi. 
 A Cottage with a Garden Plott adjoining, Situate at a 
 place called Clitchbury Green Under Shopcroft Hedge 
 containing 1 acre. 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
5.Elizabeth Butler18 Oct 1726 For the Lives of the said Elizabeth, Sarah
 Edwards, and Elizabeth Robins. On Surrender of her Copy 
 Court Roll 12 November 1695 
 A Close of Meadow called the Lye. 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
6.William Bartlett1st September 1717 For the Lives of Elizabeth, Alice, and
 Jane Bartlett Daughters of the said William. Granted to 
 John Weekes the Elder 21st October 1672. 
 A Close of Ground called Ipcroft Tyth free, lying in a 
 certain place called Windmill field near Hargrove Hill 
 Containing 3 acres. 
 Rent: £0 3s 4d 
 
7.William Bartlett14 November 1724 For the Lives of the said William, Anne,
 and Henry Roberts daughter and Son of Henry Roberts of 
 Coxwell Com Berks on the surrender of a Lease Granted to 
 Susanna Broadhead 19 November 1716 
 A Close of Meadow or Pasture known by the Name of 
 Westfield, 3 Acres. 
 Rent: £0 4s 9d 
 

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8.William Bartlett6th Janry 1724 For the Lives of Jane Bartlett, Mary
 Brown, and Alice Brown Daughters of John Brown of 
 Tockenham on the Surrender of a Lease Granted to Samuel 
 Fry the Elder 6th November 1714. 
 A Close of Arable & Pasture called Stock Mead containing 
 7 acres. 
 Rent: £0 2s 2d 
 
9.William Bartlett20 February 1727 For the Lives of Henry, Willam and
 Oliver Langley on the surrender of a Lease Granted to 
 John Clark of Brinkworth 20 November 1724 
 A Cottage with an Orchard and Garden thereunto belonging 
 Now in the Possession of (blank) 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d 
 
10.Anthony Barnes18 July 1712 For the Lives of said Anthony, George Ayliff
 and Anthony Ayliff Sons of Thomas Ayliff. 
 A Cottage with a Garden, Orchard & Backside thereunto 
 belonging Now in the Possession of (blank) 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
11.Jacob Buckland3 March 1745 For the Lives of Anne his Wife, John their
 Son, and Philip Fry Son of Samuel Fry on the Surrender 
 of a former Lease Granted to Samuel Fry the Elder 20 
 October 1714 One half Moiety of a Meadow Ground sometime 
 a Wood and Underwood called West Hargrove, which, lyeth 
 on the South Side of the Cartway of the same Grove or 
 Wood and on the East Side thereof and lays at the North 
 End of the East Moiety, being Parcel of the Demesne Lands 
 containing 5 Acres. 
 And Also that part of Coppice Ground which lyeth on the 
 North Side of the Cartway in west Hargrove with all Woods 
 Underwoods Thorns and Bushes containing (blank) 
 Rent: £0 6s 0d 
 
12.Francis Clark20 September 1709 For the Lives of the Said Francis,
 Sarah his Wife & John their Son on the Surrender of a 
 former Lease Granted to Francis Clark 29th January 1679 
 A Cottage or Tenement with half an Acre adjoining Situate 
 at a place called Joans Green 2 Roods. 
 Rent: £0 4s 0d 
 
13.Francis Clark27th February 1726 For the Lives of John, Abraham and
 Francis All Canters Lane from the East Corner of Crocams 
 Lane to Charleton Comon and also a Peice of Ground 
 adjoining to the Said Lane lying in the North West Corner 
 of Woodhill Coppice being Divided from the Said lane by 
 an Old Ditch Containing 10 acres. 
 Rent: £1 0s 0d 
 

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14.Abraham ClarkIn trust &c 25th September 1741 For the Lives of John
 Smith Ann his Wife and Remoth their Daughter on the 
 Surrender of a Lease Granted to William Hurlbat 20 
 September 1709 A Close of Pasture Ground lying in a Place 
 called Ox-hays Thick and And the house Built thereon 
 Containing 6 Acres - Together with the Tythes of the same 
 now in the Tenure of (blank) 
 Rent: £0 3s 0d 
 
15.Francis Clark8 February 1745 For the Lives of Francis & Abraham Clark
 his Sons and Abraham Clark his Nephew on the Surrender 
 of a former Lease - A Messuage or Tenement & parcel of 
 Land adjoining being in the late Forrest of Brayden near 
 a place called Woodhill containing 3 Acres. 
 Rent: £0 4s 6d 
 
16.John Cripps7 August 1729 for the Lives of John Cripps the Younger,
 the Elder Hannah and Prudence Son & Daughters of the Said 
 John Cripps the Elder on the Surrender of a former lease 
 granted to William Walker dated (blank) 
 A Cottage with the Garden from the same to the Ditch late 
 of one William Hale & now of (blank) containing in Length 
 3 Lugg and 2 Lugg in Breadth - And also another Cottage 
 or Tenement with the Orchard Garden and peice of Ground 
 thereunto belonging containing 12 feet in Length as it 
 is now Paled in, with Liberty of Common &c. 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d 
 
17.John Cripps1 October 1734 In trust William Hurlbat Hannah his Wife
 and Mary Ovens on the Surrender of a Former Lease Granted 
 to William Hurlbat 20 November 1727. 
 A Cottage or Tenement with the Stable Garden & Orchard 
 thereunto belonging and adjoining Now in the Possession 
 of (blank) 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d 
 
18.Richard Cripps25th March 1744 For the Lives of the said Richard Cripps
 and Edward Cripps his Son and John Cripps Son of Samuel 
 Cripps of Stone Easton in the County of Somerset on the 
 Surrender of a Former Lease Granted to Richard Cripps 3 
 June 1736. 
 A Cottage with the Appurtanences and a Close of Pasture 
 or Meadow called Fawce Leaze now in the Tenure of (blank) 
 Rent: £0 3s 4d 
 
19.Abraham Clark23 December 1747 For the Lives of Francis Clark the
 Younger, John Clark the Younger And Abraham Clark Sons 
 of John Clark the Elder & Nephewes to the said Abraham 
 Clark on the Surrender of Two Copys of Court Rool 5 
 October 1709 by Thomas Clark. 
 One Close called Lypyate Mead containing (blank) 
 And a Close of Meadow or Pasture called the Horne Close 
 5 Acres. 
 Rent: £0 4s 1½d 
 

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20.William Cally27 September 1745 For the Life of Arabella his Wife, Ann
 his Daughter aged About 20 Weeks and Nevil Moreton 
 Pleydell On the Surrender of a former Lease Granted to 
 William Pleydell 3 January 1723 
 A Messuage called Pingalls with all the Houses Buildings 
 &c belonging or Usually Lett as part thereof 
 And Also all those Closes belonging to a Cottage called 
 Austins Tyth free 
 And those Pasture Grounds or Meadows called Pitts Lands 
 Containing 40 Acres 
 And Also that piece of Meadow Ground Containing 1 Acre 
 Rent: £3 18s 8d 
 
21.Robert Dodson12 October 1749 For the Lives of the Said Robert Dodson,
 John Dodson & William Dodson Sons of the Said Robert 
 Dodson. 
 A Cottage with a Garden on the North West Side of the 
 common now in the Possession of the Said Robert Dodson 
 50 Pearches. 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
22.Thomas Dixon14 June 1725 For the Lives of Thomas Joseph John Dixon,
 sons of the Said Thomas Dixon. 
 A Cottage & Garden thereunto belonging containing 2 
 Roods. 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
23.Elizabeth Dixon3 July 1717 For the Lives of the Said Elizabeth Mary her
 Daughter & Thomas her Son 
 A Parcel of Ground lately inclosed out of the Common and 
 Adjoining to Lands of Christopher Mills 1 Perch 
 Rent: £0 0s 4d 
 
24.Elizabeth Dixon4 July 1717 for her Life & Elizabeth & Thomas her Son &
 Daughter On the Surrender of a former Lease 
 A Cottage & Garden in the Tenure of the Said Elizabeth 
 Dixon. 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d 
 
25.Henry Fry25th September 1741 For the Lives of Henry Fry Ann Wife
 of the Said Henry And Samuel Fry on the Surrender of a 
 Former Lease Granted to William Fry 20 September 1709. 
 A Messuage or Tenement & Buildings with the Garden & 
 Orchard thereunto Belonging 
 A Close known by the Name of the Home Close Containing 
 3 Acres 
 A Close Called Middle Leaze Containing 2 Acres 
 A Close Called the Lower Leaze 5 Acres 
 Rent: £0 3s 7d 
 
26.William Fry25 March 1727 For the Lives of the Said William Mary, &
 Henry his Daughter And Son on the Surrender of a Lease 
 Granted to William Fry 27 May 1719 
 A Cottage or Tenement with a garden adjoining near Robert 
 Skeats and Now in the Occupation of (blank) 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d 
 

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27.Mary Godwin15 October 1748 For the Lives of Mary Godwin, Henry Drew,
 & Grace Stratton on the Surrender of a Copy of Court Roll 
 dated 21st October 1716 
 A Close of Meadow called Glazelands Containing 5 Acres 
 Rent: £0 11s 6d 
 
28.Thomas Hurlbatt20 September 1709 For the Lives of the Said Thomas
 Elizabeth and Anne his Daughters on the Surrender of a 
 Former Lease Granted to Thomas Hurlbatt 7 January 1691 
 A Cottage, Close, Garden & Orchard now in ye possession 
 of (blank) 
 Rent: £0 4s 0d 
29.Thomas Hayward14 November 1747 For the Lives of the Said Thomas Mary
 his Wife & Thomas their Son on the Surrender of a Former 
 Lease Granted to John Lewis the Elder 6 May 1732 
 A Cottage or Tenement with a Garden thereunto adjoining 
 and situate near the Marygold Leaze 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
30.William Hale14 November 1747 For the Lives of the Said William Hale,
 Mary his Wife and Robert Pinnel of Kempsford Com 
 Gloucester on the Surrender of a former Lease Granted to 
 Robert Pinnel 16 March 1713 
 A Cottage with a Farnindel of Land thereto adjoining 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d 
 
31.Honorable Thomas15 June 1742 A Messuage &c now in the Tenure
 Howard Esquireof John Stratton
 Rent: £8 16s 0d 
 vide page 11 (Ed: Items 79 - 81) 
 
32.Thomas Hurlbatt24 September 1719 For the Lives of Thomas Hurlbat,
 SeniorWilliam & Elizabeth Children of the Said Thomas, a
 Messuage with Orchard & Garden Containing 2 Roods 
 And two Closes of Pasture or Meadow called Parkers 
 6 Acres 
 Rent: £0 6s 11d 
 
33.William Jennings14 November 1747 For the Lives of the Said William
 the ElderJennings Mary his Wife and William their Son on the
 Surrender of a former Lease Granted to Abraham Cox 
 8 October 1741 
 Two Small Houses or Tenements with Orchard, Garden & 
 Backside And a close of Meadow or Pasture thereto 
 Adjoining 1 Acre 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
34.Elizabeth JacobMary Jacob Wife of James Clutterbuck of St Mary Le Strand
 & John Jacob of Tockenham Esquire hold by Indenture dated 
 7 July 1750 On the Surrender of a Former Lease Granted 
 to Goddard Smith Esquire 11 September 1727 
 Rent: £1 7s 8d 
 

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35.Francis Langley7 May 1718 For the Lives of Said Francis, Elizabeth his
 Wife and Henry their Son on the Surrender of a Former 
 Lease Francis Langley among other Lands dated (blank) 
 A Close of Arable or Pasture Ground heretofore inclosed 
 and Was Part of New Park bounding East on a Close 
 belonging to the Parson of Brinkworth &c as above in 
 Francis Langley's Lease 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d 
 
36.John Little28 August 1736 For the Lives of Isaac, Joseph and
 the ElderWilliam Little on the Surrender of a Former Lease
 Granted to Edith Darter 10th of Sepember 1709 
 A close of meadow or pasture ground with a small house 
 built thereon containing 6 acres 
 ent: £0 5s 0d 
 
37.John Little28 August 1736 For the Lives of Isaac, Joseph and
 the ElderWilliam Little on the Surrender of a former Lease Granted
 to Thomas Walker 21 March 1720 
 A Cottage & Garden Ground Now in the Tenure of (blank) 
 Rent: £0 2s 6d 
38.John Little15 January 1739 For the Lives of Said John, John
 SeniorJunior & Joseph Little his Sons on ye Surrender of a
 Lease Granted to Said John Little 10 February 1723 
 A Messuage or Tenement now in the Possession of (blank) 
 with three Luggs of Ground thereto adjoining being part 
 of the Backside 
 Also those Six Grounds used & occupied with ye same 
 Containing together 20 Acres And was part of 58A.3R.0P 
 heretofore Granted to Henry Buckland having Garsden 
 Common on the North side the way leading from Brinkworth 
 to Charlton on the West, Woodhill Coppice on the North 
 East & a Ground of Abraham Bucklands on the South Tythe 
 free 
 Rent: £0 12s 6d 
 
39.Thomas Lewis12 October 1749 For the Lives of the Said Thomas Lewis
 Betty Lewis his Wife and Edward their Son 
 1 Messuage with a Garden Ground containing 0A.0R.50P 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
40.Elizabeth Ludlow10 May 1726 For her Life & the Life of William Gape of
 Reading Gent being a Reversionary Lease 
 All that Messuage with the Appurtanences in Brinkworth 
 A Close of Meadow or Pasture adjoining, 4 Acres 
 A Close Called Church Croft with a little Paddock 
 Adjoining Containing 7 Acres 
 A Close Called Windmill field Containing 15 Acres 
 A Close of Meadow on a certain Mead called Broad Mead 
 A Close of Do [Meadow] or Pasture called the Westfield 
 containing 10 Acres 
 A Close of Meadow or Pasture called Wood Close 6 Acres 
 And A Close of Meadow or Pasture called ye Oare 6 Acres 
 Rent: £0 19s 0d 
 

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41.William Langley9 October 1747 For the Lives of the Said William Mary his
 Wife and Francis their Son on the Surrender of a former 
 Lease Granted to Francis Langley 29 March 1744 
 A Cottage with a Garden & Orchard to the same adjoining 
 Near to an Estate called Connels at Brayden Side 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d 
 
42.Thomas Mapson29 March 1746 For the Lives of John, Thomas and
 the ElderMary Mapson Sons and Daughter of the Said Thomas Mapson
 A Cottage or Tenement and outhouse near adjoining to the 
 same and the Garden ground thereto belonging Containing 
 about a quarter of An Acre and situate near the Personage 
 House 
 Rent: £0 0s 6d 
 
43.William Mathews8th June 1710 Determinable on the Deaths of Ann,
 Elizabeth and William Daughter and Son of the Said 
 William on the Surrender of a former Lease Granted to 
 William Mathews 5th July 1693 
 A Cottage Garden & Orchard now in the Possession of 
 (blank) 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
44.William Mathews6 June 1710 For the Lives of Charles, Mary & Dorothy, Son
 & Daughters of the Said William on the Surrender of a 
 former Lease granted 3rd January 1690. 
 A Piece of Garden Ground & a House Errected thereon 
 Rent: £0 0s 6d 
 
45.Nathan Mathews1 February 1731 For the Lives of the Said Nathan, and
 Nathan & Margaret his Son & Daughter 
 A Cottage with a Garden Ground containing 10 Perches 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
46.William Mathews23 March 1748 For the Lives of John Mathews, son of
 William Mathews Deceased and William & John Mathews Sons 
 of William Mathews party hereunto 
 A Messuage or Tenement with Garden Orchard & piece of 
 Pasture Containing together 1 Acre 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
47.John Mathews12 October 1749 For the Lives of Said John Mathews,
 the ElderMary his Wife and John Mathews the Younger on the
 Surrender of a former Lease Granted to John Mathews 2 
 January 1692 
 A Cottage and outhouse adjoining to a Ground called 
 Sandmans Now in the Possession of (blank) 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d 
 
48.Joseph Mathews8 November 1749 For the Lives of the Said Joseph
 Mathews, Charles Mathews and Isaac Mathews (Brothers of 
 the Said Joseph Mathews) on the Surrender of a Lease 
 Granted to John Mills 7 Augt 1710 
 A Cottage and Close of Pasture adjoining containing 1 
 Acre 
 Rent: £0 4s 0d 
 

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49.Jonas Mathews14 September 1720 For the Lives of Mary, Jonas & John
 Mathews 
 A Cottage next the High Street at Brinkworth together a 
 Parcel of Ground lying on the North Side of the Said 
 Cottage Containing 18 feet 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
50.John Nichols14 February 1749 For the Lives of the Said John, John
 Nichols the Younger & Jeremiah Clifford son of Elizabeth 
 Clifford of Brinkworth 
 A Messuage or Tenement with Several Closes of Land (to 
 Wit) the Cow Leaze Two Bee-Meads, the Grove, and three 
 little Grounds Containing in the Whole 23 Acres 
 Rent: £0 9s 6d 
 
51.John Ovens6th February 1716 For the Lives of Said John Ovens, Mary
 his Wife and Robert their Son 
 Two Closes of Pasture called Webbs Containing 5 Acres One 
 having Canters Lane on the East Side And the other 
 Woodhill Coppice on the West 
 Rent: £2 10s 0d 
 
52.Willm Oram25th March 1748 For the Lives of the Said William,
 William his Son and Ann his Daughter on the 
 surrender of a Former Lease to Leonard Spratt 25 March 
 1727 
 A Close Called Upper Westfield Leaze Now in ye Occupation 
 of Joseph Buckland Containing 9 Acres 
 Rent: £0 3s 7d 
 
53.Edward Ponting10th April 1712 For the Lives of Edward, Jane his Wife
 and Nicholas their Son 
 A Messuage with Garden Orchard and out Buildings 
 thereunto belonging with 7 Acres of Meadow or Pasture 
 Ground 
 Bean Furlong part thereof contains 3 Acres 
 A Piece lying on the West Side of the Said Furlong 2 
 Acres 
 And Gibel Piece being the Remainder 2 Acres 
 Rent: £1 0s 0d 
 
54.John Ponting9 November 1722 For the Lives of Abraham Ponting son of
 the Said John Ponting in In reversion The former Lease 
 Granted to John Ponting Dated 14 September 1669 
 A Close of Meadow Ground called Ipcroft Furlong 
 Containing 3 Acres 
 Rent: £0 5s 0d 
 
55.John Ponting11 July 1723 For the Lives of Abraham & John Ponting sons
 of the Said John and Anne his Wife on the Surrender of 
 a Former Lease Granted to John Ponting 7 December 1716 
 A Cottage with a Garden & Orchard and a little peice of 
 Ground adjoining And two Cottages lately Errected on the 
 Said peice of Ground Situate at the East End of the Bat- 
 hay & now in the possession of (blank) 
 Rent: £0 4s 0d 
 

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56.Daniel Punter10 September 1733 For the Lives of the Said Daniel Anne
 & Roger his Daughter & Son on the Surrender of a former 
 Lease Granted to Daniel Punter 6 May 1712 
 A Close of Pasture called the Lye containing 4 Acres 
 Rent: £0 6s 8d 
 
57.Robert Palmer12 October 1749 for the Lives of the Said Robert Lewin
 Palmer & Thomas Palmer his Sons on the Surrender of a 
 former Lease Granted to Thomas Lewin 19 March 1713 
 A Messuage and a Close called Little Hams wherein it 
 stands Containing 1 Acre 
 A Close Called Hoor House, 5 Acres 
 A Close of Pasture Ground called Philpes, 5 Acres 
 A Close of Pasture Called North Croft, 2 Acres 
 And one Acre of Meadow lying in Broadmead 
 With Liberty of Common in Brinkworth Marsh &c 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d 
 
58.Christopher Priddy 22 June 1749 For the Lives of Anthony Priddy Betty
 Priddy (his Son and Daughter) and Christopher Wright Son 
 of William Wright of Rodborn Com. Wilts on the Surrender 
 of a former Lease Granted to Thomas Nichols 10 October 
 1734 
 A Cottage or Tenement with the Garden Ground adjoining 
 situate Near Wallis's Green 
 Rent: £0 2s 6d 
 
59.Daniel Potter8 November 1749 For the Lives of Daniel, Chritopher
 Potter and Abraham Potter his Sons 
 1 Cottage or Tenement with the Garden Ground and Close 
 adjoining Containing together 1 Acre Situate at the North 
 East End of the Common near Penns Lodge 
 Rent: £0 2s 6d 
 
60.Richard Richens15th December 1731 For the Lives of the Said Richard,
 John his Brother & Francis Son of John Richens, on the 
 Surrender of a Lease Granted to Robert Richens 7 May 1718 
 A Messuage or Tenement with Orchard & Garden thereto 
 belonging called Penns Lodge with the Plecks thereto 
 adjoining as they are severally Inclosed Viz. 
 Two Closes and one Meadow lying on the East side of the 
 Messuage & Bounding Southward upon Brinkworth March 
 Containing together 20 Acres 
 Rent: £0 18s 0d 
 
61.Edward Robinson20th September 1727 For the Lives of the said Edward,
 Thomas Burchell & Edward Giles on the Surrender of a 
 former Lease Granted to William Robinson 20 June 29th 
 Charles 2nd 
 A Piece of Arable or Pasture Ground having a Lane called 
 Canters Lane on the North side thereof and a Purlieu late 
 in the Tenure of Timothy Darter on the East with all 
 manner of Tythes arising there from containing 12 Acres 
 Rent: £0 5s 0d 
 

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62.Mary Robbins2nd December 1731 For the Lives of the Said Mary, Henry
 Robbins & John Robbins on the surrender of a Copy of 
 Court Roll Granted to ye Said Mary Robbins 
 A Messuage with the out Buildings and Garden thereto 
 belonging, And also Several Closes of Arable Pasture & 
 Meadow Ground known by Several Names of the 
 Home Leaze containing (blank) 
 The Lye-peice 
 Two Grounds at the Bottom of the Home Layes 
 The 3 Acre Cowles' Leaze 
 The Dry Ground 
 And Brook Mead 
 Rent: £0 14s 2d 
 
63.Francis Rodway20 August 1739 For the Lives of the Said Francis,
 SeniorFrancis his Son, and Ann Rodway his Daughter on the
 Surrender of a former Lease Granted to John Simkins 20 
 September 1709 
 1 Piece of Arable or Pasture Ground lying in New Park in 
 the late Forest of Braydon containing 14 Acres 
 With the Tythes of the same 
 Rent: £2 0s 0d 
 
64.Roger Sherrer14 November 1721 For the Lives of the Said John, Mary his
 Wife, and Robert their Son on the Surrender of a Lease 
 Granted to William Brook 20 September 1709 
 A Close of Pasture called Glass Lands containing 3 Acres 
 Rent: £0 1s 6d 
 
65.John Sherrer26 October 1726 For the Lives of the Said John, Mary his
 Wife & John his Son on the Surrender of a former Lease 
 Granted to John Sherrer 16 December 1709 
 A Cottage or Tenement with and a Garden Plott of Ground 
 adjoining and lying between a Close Called Bakers on the 
 East & the Highway at Bakers Bridge on the West 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d 
 
66.John Simkins10 April 1711 For the Lives of the Said John, Mary
 Sellman & William Sellman on the Surrender of a former 
 Lease Granted to John Simkins 10 February 1690 
 1 Messuage or Tenement with a peice of Pasture Ground & 
 the Tythes thereof called Wood Furlong Containing 14 
 Acres 
 Rent: £1 0s 0d 
 
67.John Simkins16 July 1714 For the Lives of William Sellman, Anne and
 Elizabeth Sellman 
 A Cottage or Tenement with Several Closes called Skulls 
 Containing Together 20 Acres 
 With Tythes of the same 
 Rent: £10 0s 0d 
 

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68.Thomas Skull27 January 1728 For the Lives of Rebeccah Hooke, John
 Gastril and William Ponting in Consideration of a former 
 Lease dated (blank) 
 A Close of Meadow or Pasture Ground (part of the Demesnes 
 of the Manor of Brinkworth) called Ipcroft Furlong, 3 
 Acres 
 Rent: £0 5s 0d 
 
69.Francis Skull7th June 1711 For the Lives of John Skull, Robert Panting
 & William Fry in consideration of a former Lease Granted 
 to Elizabeth Skull 
 A Cottage or Tenement with a Garden & Orchard as they are 
 Now Divided Situate at the East End of the Church house 
 Barton 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
70.Elizabeth Skull19 June 1728 For the Lives of the Said Elizabeth,
 Jeremiah Clifford and Jeremiah Knight on the Surrender 
 of a Former Lease Granted John Skull 15 October 13 Car 
 2nd 
 A Messuage with outhouses, Garden and Orchard thereunto 
 belonging 
 Also three Closes of Pasture now laid into one and called 
 the Home Close Containing 20 Acres 
 A Close of Meadow called Hele Mead adjoining to Lypyate 
 Lane 3 Acres 
 A Close of Pasture called Windmill field, 14 Acres 
 And a Piece of Meadow lying in Broad Mead, 1 Acre 
 Rent: £0 12s 4d 
 
71.Thomas Skull5 January 1729 For the Lives of Sarah Mathews, Jasper
 Mathews and Daniel Mathews on the Surrender of a former 
 Lease Granted 26 October 31 Car 2nd 
 A Cottage or Tenement with a Garden thereunto belonging 
 Rent: £0 1s 8d 
 
72.Leonard Spratt22 August 1712 For the Lives of the Said Leonard, Jane
 his Wife and Jane his Daughter 
 A Close of Arable or Pasture Ground whereon a Cottage is 
 Built 1 Acre 
 Rent: £0 0s 6d 
 
73.Leonard Spratt19 September 1728 For the Lives of Abraham Buckland the
 Younger Jane his Wife and Joseph their Son on the 
 Surrender of a former Lease Granted to Abraham Buckland 
 3rd April 1718 
 A Ground called Fernhill containing 7 Acres 
 And Also a little Orchard lately Planted both Fine free 
 Rent: £0 3s 3d 
 
74.John Skuse2nd November 1713 For the Lives of Said John, Mary &
 Lucy his Sisters on the Surrender of a Former Lease 
 Grantd to Lucy Burchell 26 October 1679 
 A Cottage with one Close of Pasture Ground containing 1 
 Acre 
 Rent: £0 4s 0d 
 

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75.Elizabeth Smith20 June 1721 for the Lives of the Said Elizabeth
 Elizabeth her Daughter & Robert Ovens A Cottage adjoining 
 to Wood-furlong 
 Two Small Plotts of Meadow Ground containing 1 Acre 
 Rent: £0 0s 6d 
 
76.Robert Smith24 November 1741 For the Lives of the Said Robert,
 William Smith his Son and Mary Newell on the Surrender 
 of a Former Lease Granted to Ann Cripps 24 September 1719 
 A Cottage or Tenement with a little parcel of Ground 
 adjoining Containing 1 rood 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d 
 
77.John Smith13 June 1743 For the Lives of the Said John Smith & Mary
 his Wife 
 A Cottage or Tenement with Two Lugg of Ground adjoining 
 Containing 2 Perch 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
78.Joan Savage15 November 1722 For the Lives of Richard Pinnel, John
 Sherer & Daniel Pinnel 
 A Cottage with a Garden situate on Brinkworth Marsh 
 leading to Baynards Ash 
 Rent: £0 0s 6d 
 
79.John Stratton10 May 1716 For the Lives of John Stratton, Richard
 Stratton and Robert Stratton his Sons on the surrender 
 of the following premises held by Copy of Court Roll. 
 Wallis's Towns-end Close containing 9 Acres 
 A Close Called Lyncroft's Mead - 3 Acres 
 The Ash Close - 6 Acres 
 Rent: £0 8s 8d 
 
80.John Stratton11 May 1730 For the Lives of Elizabeth & Robert
 Stratton & Nathaniel Edwards on the Surrender of a 
 former Lease Granted to Anthony Edwards 23 November 1711 
 A Parcell of Inclosed Ground in the Forest of Braydon 
 called the Hundred Acres 
 Rent: £10 0s 0d 
 
81.John Stratton2nd March 1723 For the Lives of John & William
 Stratton Sons of the Said John and Elizabeth Smart on the 
 Surrender of a former Lease Granted to Elizabeth Dafter 
 7 May 1714 
 A Piece of Ground lying within the Purlieus of the late 
 Forest of Braydon in a place Called New Park And a 
 Messuage lately Errected on a part of the premises which 
 Abutt on Lands in the possession of John Barnes on the 
 East and Lands Called Sundays Hill on the South 
 Containing 26 Acres 
 Rent: £4 0s 0d 
 
82.Robert Stratton21st February 1737 For the Lives of the Said Robert Jane
 his Wife and Prudence their Daughter on the surrender of 
 a former Lease Granted to Joseph Ranger 10 June 1711 
 A Cottage or Tenement adjoining to the Church House Lands 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d 
 

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83.The HonorableIf the Said Thomas Howard, William Stratton & Robert
 Thomas HowardStratton so long live
 Esquire to JohnA Messuage &c now in possession of the Said John Stratton
 Stratton forThree Closes of Pasture or Meadow called ye Home Closes
 96 years40 Acres
 Also three Closes of Pasture called Hay-croft Hills 
 containing 15 Acres 
 A Close of Pasture called the Furlongs - 8 Acres 
 A Close called the Farm Acre containing near 2 Acres 
 And a Close of Meadow called Custard Mead 8 Acres 
 With the Tythes thereof 
 And also a Messuage called Barnes's with the 
 Buildings thereto belonging 
 Also a Close of Meadow or Pasture thereto adjoining 
 called the Home Close containing 12 Acres 
 A Close of Meadow called the Mead - 7 Acres 
 A Close of Pasture called Sand Croft - 3 Acres 
 A Close of Pasture called Barnes's Acre 1 Acre 
 A Close of Arable Land Called the Long-Ground - 4 Acres 
 A Close of Pasture called Barnes's Wind-Mill field - 5 
 Acres 
 Rent: £50 16s 0d 
 
84.John Thompson4th October 1719 For the Lives of Jane Thompson his Wife,
 John and Lidia his Son and Daughter 
 A Messuage known by the Name of the White Lyon Inn 
 And A Close of Meadow or Pasture containing 1 Acre 
 And Also another Close lying near Lypgate at ye Towns-end 
 2 Rood 
 Rent: £0 6s 0d 
 
85.Richard Willis7 November 1715 For the Lives of the Said Richard
 Willis, Hannah Stratton, and Richard Willis Stratton on 
 the surrender of a former Lease Granted to (blank) 3rd 
 October 1678 
 A Plott or Parcell of Pasture Ground lying at the North 
 End of the Sheephouse Furlong Close 3 Perch With a 
 Cottage lately Errected on the same 
 A Close in Glaze Land containing 2 Acres 
 And two Acres Pasture, part of the Demesne Lands 2 Acres 
 Rent: £0 3s 2d 
 
86.John Wise10 May 1725 For the Lives of the Said John, Thomas Wise
 his Brother & William Fry on the surrender of a former 
 Lease Granted to John Fry 10 October 1692 
 A Cottage and One Close of Meadow called Fawce Leaze 
 2A 2R 
 Rent: £0 3s 4d 
 
87.Richard Wiltshire27 October 1726 For the Lives of ye Said Richard, John
 his Son, and John Nichols - A Cottage with Backside & 
 Garden Ground thereto belonging 
 Rent: £0 0s 6d 
 

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88.Richard Wiltshire28 November 1738 For the Lives of John Wiltshire,
 Richard Wiltshire the Younger and Mary Wiltshire - 
 A Messuage with all outhouses &c And two Closes of 
 Pasture Ground called Sheephouse Close Furlong containing 
 9 Acres With Tythes thereof 
 Rent: £0 11s 10d 
 
89.Richard Wiltshire28 November 1738 For the Lives of the Said Richard,
 Catharine his Wife & John Wiltshire 
 A Cottage or Tenement with the Appurtanencess situate at 
 a place called Clitchbury Green with Liberty of Common 
 in all the commonable places of Brinkworth 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
90.Richard Wiltshire17 December 1738 For the Lives of John Wiltshire,
 SeniorRichard Wiltshire and Mary Wiltshire Sons and Daughters
 of Richard the Elder on the Surrender of a former Lease 
 Granted to Mary Wiltshire 
 20 Sepember 1709. 
 A Close of Meadow or Pasture Ground called Lyncroft being 
 part of the Demesne Lands - 12 Acres 
 Rent: £0 3s 10d 
 
91.John Walker7 December 1720 For the Lives of the Said John,
 Susannah & William Daughter and Son of John on the 
 Surrender of a former Lease Granted to Thomas Ovens 21 
 February 1711 
 A Messuage or Tenement with Garden & Orchard adjoining 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
92.William Walker5 June 1729 For the Lives of the Said William Walker,
 Edward Walker and John Walker on the Surrender of a 
 former Lease Granted to William Walker 26 March 1718 
 A Close of Meadow or Pasture called Fruters furlong 4 
 Acres 
 Rent: £0 8s 4d 
 
93.William Walker26 March 1747 For the Lives of William Walker son
 ye Elderof John Walker of Swindon and Sarah Daughter of Catherine
 Walker 
 A Messuage or Tenement called Delfords with the 
 Garden Orchard Barton and Backside with a Close of Meadow 
 or Pasture adjoing 2 Acres 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d 
 
94.Edward Walker3 February 1749 For the Lives of the Said Edward, William
 Walker of Swindon, and Sarah Walker of Brinkworth on the 
 surrender of a former Lease Granted to Katharine Walker 
 19 October 1713 
 A Messuage or Tenement with the Appurtanences And a Close 
 called Frites containing 6 Acres 
 Rent: £1 0s 0d 
 

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95.John Weekes1 May 1730 For the Lives of John Weeks the Younger,
 Rebeccah Fry, and Samuel Fry on the surrender of a former 
 Lease Granted to Samuel Fry 6 November 1714 
 A Messuage with Out Houses &c thereto belonging with 
 Three Closes of Meadow Containing 14 Acres 
 Two of Which the Wheat leaze and Upper Ground are Granted 
 to the Said John Weeks & Contain 6 Acres 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d 
 
96.John Weekes20 September 1709 For the Lives of the Said John,
 Robert & John Weekes his Sons on the Surrender of a 
 former Lease Granted to John Weekes 27th February 1674 
 All those Messuages with their Appurtanences called Harts 
 & Howells 
 
 And also a close of Pasture called Howells containing 8 
 Acres 
 One Close called Howells Mead 3A 2R 
 One Close of Meadow called the East Leigh - 2 Acres 
 One Close of Meadow called Glass Lands 3 Acres 2 Rood 
 A Close Called Little Mead containing 2 Rood 
 And Also a Ground called Blocksomes 1 Acre 
 Rent: £0 13s 4d 
 
97.John Weekes20 September 1709 For the Lives of the Said John, John
 & James his Sons on the surrender of a former Lease 
 Granted to John Weekes 21 October 1672 
 A Peice of Meadow Ground called Pudson containing 2 Acres 
 And Lying in Windmill field 
 Rent: £0 0s 6d 
 
98.Richard Weekes23 July 1717 For the Lives of the Said Richard, Susannah
 his Wife & Edward their Son on the Surrender of the 
 following premises held by Copy of Court Roll by Richard 
 Weeks dated 30 August 1703 
 Part of the Home Close adjoining to a Close of Widow 
 Coxes & is Parcel of a Tenement called Hammonds 
 containing 6 Acres 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
99.Humphry Woodcock15 June 1724 For the Lives of the Said Humphry, Humphry
 Woodcock Son of John Woodcock and Henry Hall on the 
 surrender of a former Lease Granted to Susanna Broadhead 
 19 November 1716 
 A Close of Pasture called the Townsend - 4 Acres 
 And a Close Called the Ox-hay - 10 Acres 
 Rent: £0 6s 11d 
 
100.Daniel Young4 November 1748 For the Lives of the Said Daniel, Jacob
 Young and Dorothy Young Brother & Sister of the Said 
 Daniel Young 
 A Peice of Ground lying in Brinkworth Street 
 And Also a Messuage or Tenement lately Erected on part 
 of the same by the Said Daniel Young 
 Rent: £0 2s 6d 
 

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101.Thomas Vinsome23 July 1710 For the Lives of Elizabeth his Wife,
 Thomas & Elizabeth Vinsome his Son & Daughter on the 
 Surrender of a former Lease Granted 1 May 1650 
 A Messuage or Tenement with a piece of Pasture Ground 
 being part of Woodhill Coppice lying in the North West 
 Corner of the Said Coppice containing One Acre & a half 
 Rent: £2 0s 0d 
 
102.Thomas Vincent27 February 1726 For the Lives of Jacob Vincent
 John Clark & Francis Clark 
 A Messuage or Tenement & part of a Lane called 
 Canters Lane from Dovers Gate to the Corner of 
 Crockhams Lane 
 Rent: £1 0s 0d 
 
103.Robert Stratton2nd April 1747 For the Lives of John, Mary &
 Prudence Stratton. 
 All that Close of Pasture called West Field Containing 
 8 Acres now Divided into two Grounds & were formerly part 
 of a Copyhold by John Ponting the Younger by Copy of 
 Court Roll Dated 6 of September 1700 
 Rent: £0 2s 1d   Heriot: £0 14s 0d 
 
104.Anne Bishop18 October 1751 For her Life, John Church & Jacob
 Church's 
 Holds a Cottage & Garden Situate at the West End of 
 Buthay on the Surrender of a former Lease Granted to John 
 Church Dated 16th of November 1724 
 
105.Abraham Clarke4 April 1750 For his own Life, John Clarke & Abraham
 Clarke Sons of John Clarke of Brinkworth Holds a Close 
 of Meadow or pasture called long Lacys late Sarah Clarks 
 hold by copy dated 5 October 1709 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d 
 
106.Dorothy Clifford31 October 1752 For the Lives of Jeremiah & Ann
 Clifford Son and & Daughter of the Said Dorothy. Holds 
 all that Parcel of Inclosed Ground adjoining to Sundays 
 Hill commonly called Ox Hays Containing 15 Acres with the 
 Appurtanencess And also 4 Acres of Meadow or Pasture 
 lying in Glass Lands together with the Tythe of the same 
 & two Cottages lately Erected upon the Same All which 
 premises were formerly in the possession of Giles Minchin 
 Rent: £0 15s 5d 
 
107.John Goddard18 October 1751 For the Lives of Hannah Gardiner John
 the ElderGoddard & Francis Goddard Holds all that Messuage or
 Tenement with the Garden Ground & Backside thereto 
 belonging and Also a peice of Pasture Ground thereto 
 Adjoining Containing by Estimation half an Acre 
 Rent: £0 5s 6d 
 

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108.John Goddard11 February 1752 All that piece of Pasture Ground lying
 Juniorwithin the Purlieus of the Forrest of Braydon heretofore
 in the Tenure of John Brook & Abutting on the Lane 
 leading to Sundays Hill on the West Side & Sundays Hill 
 On the South Side the Land now or late of William Darter 
 on the East And the 12 Acres of Land now or late of John 
 Hind on the North Side thereof Containing 4 Acres With 
 A House or Tenement thereupon Erected with the 
 Appurtanences - And Also those 4 Acres of Pasture or Wood 
 Ground being part of Woodhill Coppice As the same is Now 
 Measured lying On the South East Corner of the Said 
 Coppice, Adjoining to the Land Now or late in the 
 possession of Thomas Sutton - And all those 4 Acres of 
 Pasture or Wood Ground being also part of the Said 
 Woodhill Coppice being Also on the South East part of the 
 Said Coppice Adjoining to the Land heretofore Set out to 
 John Brook on the South part of the Sadd Coppice On the 
 North & West Parts & Crocrams Lane On the East Parts 
 
109.Robert Mapson31 October 1752 Holds for his own Life Sarah Ponting &
 Thomas Mapson One Cottage or Tenement with the Garden 
 Orchard & Appurtanences thereunto Adjoining & belonging 
 - And Also those two other Cottages or Tenements Lately 
 Built & Erected by One John Ponting Deceased And a little 
 peice of Ground Adjoining to the Said Mentioned Cottages 
 & Also the same little peice of Ground on which the Said 
 two last Mentioned Cottages Stand - All which premises 
 are situate lying & being at the East End of the Butt 
 Hays having a Cottage lately belonging to John Cripps the 
 Elder on the West And a cottage lately belonging to 
 William Hurlbat on the East Side thereof And were late 
 in the Tenure of One Ann Ponting & Said John Ponting 
 
110.Robt Fry Senr1st March 1745 Holds for his own life, Robert Fry the
 Younger his Son, and Samuel Fry his brother - All that 
 Messuage or Tenement with Garden Orchard &c and also all 
 those 3 Acres of Meadow or Pasture ground thereunto 
 adjoining containing 14 Acres - On the Surrender of a 
 Former Lease Granted to Samuel Fry of Brinkworth 6th 
 November 1714 
 Rent: £0 3s 0d   Heriot: £1 1s 0d   Fine: £49 5s 0d 
 
111.Thomas Little3rd February 1749 Holds for the Lives of Thos Little
 SeniorJunior, Elizabeth Little & Mary Mathews wife of George
 Mathews - A Cottage &c with 5 Acres of Pasture & 
 heretofore Wood Ground being part of Woodhill Copse 
 Rent: £0 9s 0d   Fine: £17 0s 0d 
 

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112.Francis Langley16 June 1710 For his own life, Elizabeth his Wife & Henry
 his Son on the Surrender of a former Lease Granted to 
 Oliver Langley 5 February 1691 
 A Messuage or Tenement &c commonly called Penns Lodge 
 with the Plicks thereunto adjoining as they are severally 
 inclosed (to wit) two closes & one Meadow lying on the 
 East Side of the Said Messuage & Bounding on Brinkworth 
 Marsh containing 20 Acres - A Close of Pasture ground 
 heretofore Inclosed being part of the Purlieus of the 
 Disforrested Forrest of Braydon bounding Southward on New 
 Park & Northward on the Hollowbournes 80 Acres - One 
 other Close being part of the Purlieus lying North East 
 on a Meadow belonging to Penns lodge 40 Acres - And also 
 a Close of Arrable or Pasture heretofore inclosed being 
 part of New Park bounding East on a Close belonging to 
 the Parson of Brinkworth & Southward upon the Lower End 
 of Brinkworth Marsh - 20 Acres - All the said premises 
 are Tyth free 
 Rent: £1 0s 0d Two Pullets   Fine: £150 0s 0d 
 
 N.B. The last mentioned Close of 20 Acres is Granted to 
 Francis Langley Elizabeth his Wife & Henry their Son - 
 And the rest of the premises to Richard Richens by Lease 
 Dated 15 December 1731 
 
113.Anthony Lawrence29 Sepember 1727 For the lives of William Lawrence Son
 of the Said Anthony, Thomas Hurlbat & William Hurlbat - 
 All that part of Meadow Ground heretofore part of 
 Woodhill Copse as it is now Inclosed & now called 
 Woodhill Copse being part of 58A & 3 Yards heretofore 
 Granted to Henry Buckland containing 12 Acres 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d   Fine: £10 0s 0d 
 
114.Richard Hammond20 September 1709 For his life, Ann his wife & Elizabeth
 their Daughter on the Surrender of a former Lease Granted 
 to Richard Weeks, Susanna & Ann his Daughters of All that 
 Close of Pasture or Meadow Ground called the Lower Moor 
 or Oars & a Close of Meadow to the same Adjoining 
 containing in the whole 17 Acres with Common of Pasture 
 in Brinkworth Marsh, Blackmoor & in the Lands of 
 Brinkworth aforesaid 
 Rent: £1 2s 0d   Fine: £35 0s 0d 
 
115.Obadiah BurgessWilliam Burgess & Benjamin Burgess Hold by Copy Dated
 19 March 1714 One Messuage or Tenement Called Sybills 
 with the Orchard & Garden to the Same belonging And one 
 Close of Meadow adjoining Containing 5 Acres called the 
 Home Close with all the Appurtanences On the Surrender of 
 Isaac Burgess who held the same for his own life & the 
 Lives of William & Obadiah Sons of Isaac Burgess who Held 
 by Copy Dated 20 December 1700 
 Rent: £4 0s 0d   Custom Heriot   Fine: £22 0s 0d 
 

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116.William BartlettElizabeth Roberts Wife of Henry Roberts and Bartlett
 Roberts aged about 6 Years Hold by Copy Dated 20 
 September 1734 One Close called Hillcroft One Close 
 Called Bushy Hargrove One Close called Rudgy Hargrove & 
 Another Close called Lower Hargrove with their 
 Appurtanences On the Surrender of the Said William 
 Bartlett & Elizabeth Bartlett now Wife of Henry Roberts 
 And Also on the Surrender of Alice Wife of the Said 
 William Bartlett who held by copy Dated 20 April 1702 
 Rent: £0 10s 2d   Heriot: £0 1s 0d   Fine: £20 0s 0d 
 
117.Ralph BromeHenry Roberts Junior And Henry Roberts Senior Hold by
 Copy Dated 28 December 1727 One Close called West Field 
 containing (blank) Acres On the Surrender of Ann Ashley 
 formerly Ann Smith widow Norris Smith & John Smith who 
 held by copy Dated 8 November 1700 this Close called west 
 Field 
 Rent: £0 1s 3d   Heriot: £0 6s 8d   Fine: £2 17s 6d 
 
118.Francis BromeAlice Brome Wife of John Brome & Jane Lisset Wife of Wm
 Lissett of Bampton in the Bush Com Oxon (in Reversion) 
 Hold by copy of Court roll Dated 20 September 1734 the 
 last Mentioned Premises after Willam Bartlett Elizabeth 
 Roberts & Bartlet Roberts 
 Rent: £0 10s 2d   Heriot: £1 0s 0d   Fine: £10 0s 0d 
 
119.Sarah Clarkand (blank) Hold By Copy Dated 24 June 1709 One Close of
 Pasture called Long Lacys containing 2 Acres On the 
 Surrender of Ann Clark now Wife of Richard Haskyns who 
 held the same for her Life And the Lives of John Clark 
 & Richard Clark by copy Dated 11 October 23 Car 2d 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d   Heriot: £0 1s 0d   Fine: (blank) 
 
120.Abraham ClarkAbraham Junior & Dorothy Clark Hold by copy Dated 5
 SeniorOctober 1709 One Close called Lypyate Mead with the
 Appurtanences - On the Surrender of William and John 
 Hendley who Hold the same by Coppy of Court Roll dated 
 1 October 1 W & M 
 Rent: £0 2s 4d   Heriot: £0 16s 8d   Fine: (blank) 
 
121.Abraham ClarkMary Clark & Thomas Clark Daughter and Son of the Said
 Abraham Clark Hold by copy Dated 5 October 1709 One Close 
 Called Windmill Field - On the Surrender of William 
 Henley & John Henley who held the same by copy Dated 1 
 October 1 W & M 
 Rent: £0 4s 9d   Heriot: £1 13s 4d   Fine: (blank) 
 
122.Abraham ClarkJohn Clark the Younger and Abraham Clark sons of John
 Clark the Elder Hold by Copy Datd 17 November 1711 A 
 Close of Pasture called Marygold Leaze On the Surrender 
 of John Smith who held by Copy dated 8 November 1700 the 
 Said Close (amongst Other Lands) 
 Rent: £0 1s 11½d   Heriot: £0 10s 0d   Fine: £20 0s 0d 
 

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123.Abraham ClarkSon of Francis Clark & John Clark the Elder of Brinkworth
 Hold by Copy Dated 17 November 1741 One Close of Meadow 
 or Pasture called the Home Close And 5 Acres of Meadow 
 or Pasture Ground lying next to the Road leading to 
 Malmesbury being part of the Said Close called the Home 
 Close and parted from the upper End of the Said Close 
 with an Hedge - On the Surrender of Thomas Buckland who 
 held the same (amongst Other Lands) by copy Dated 4 June 
 1711 
 Rent: £0 1s 9½   Heriot: £0 12s 6d   Fine: £15 0s 0d 
 
124.John CrippsJohn Cripps & Jane Cripps Son and Daughterr of the Said
 John Hold by Copy of Court Roll dated 17 October 1713 Two 
 Closes of Meadow called Brook Breaches containing 9 Acres 
 On the Surrender of Richard Weeks Who held the same by 
 copy of Court roll Dated 30 August 1703 inter alia 
 Rent: £1 5s 0d   Heriot: (blank)   Fine: S C 
 
125.John CrippsJohn Cripps Junior & Ann Cripps Son & Daughter of the
 Senioraforesaid John, Hold by copy Dated 25 September 1719 One
 Close Called Ramps containing (blank) On the Surrender 
 of John Weeks who held the same for his own life & the 
 lives of (blank) by copy Dated 23 December 1698 inter 
 alia 
 Rent: £0 5s 6d   Heriot: £0 8s 0d   Fine: £5 0s 0d 
 
126.Henry ChurchSarah Church & Mary Church Hold in Reversion after
 Richard Peirce Selina Peirce and Mary Frye One Close of 
 Meadow or Pasture called Redhill by Copy of Court Roll 
 Dated 12 February 1711 
 Rent: (blank)   Heriot: (blank)   Fine: S C 
 
127.Henry DrewMary Drew and Grace Drew Hold by Copy Dated 21 October
 1716 One Close of Meadow or Pasture near the Bridge 
 called Bakers Bridge containing 1 Acre and a half, and 
 another close of Meadow or Pasture lying On the South 
 side of the way and against the Aforsaid Close and Also 
 One piece or parcel lying Near a cottage formerly called 
 Ovens in Reversion after the Widowhood of Edith Drew & 
 ye Lifes of Robert And John Drew 
 Rents: £0 1s 5d £0 0s 2¼ £0 0s 4½ 
 Heriot: £0 10s 0d   Fine: £10 0s 0d 
 
128.Mary DrewHenry Drew and Grace Drew Hold by copy Dated 21 October
 1716 One Close of Meadow Or Pasture called Long-Ramps 
 containing six Acres and One Close of Pasture called 
 Glazelands 5 Acres In reversion after the Widowhood of 
 Edith Drew and the life of John Drew their Uncle 
 Rent: £0 14s 0d   Heriot: £1 6s 8d   Fine: £10 0s 0d 
 
129.William FryRichard Fry & Elizabeth Fry Brother and Sister of the
 Said William Fry Hold in Reversion after Ann Mother of 
 the Said William Fry by copy Dated 25 November 1740 One 
 Messuage or Tenement with a close adjoining called Baggs 
 or Badges On the Surrender of William Fry who held the 
 same by copy Dated 22 July 1702 
 Rents: £0 5s 3d £0 0s 5½ 
 Heriot: £0 0s 2d   Fine: £100 
 

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130.William FryRichard Fry & Elizabeth Fry Hold in Reversion after Ann
 Fry Mother of the Said William Fry by copy Dated 25 
 November 1740 One Messuage or Tenement called Baldwins 
 And two Closes of Meadow to the Said Messuage belonging 
 And One Other Messuage called Stephens's and one Lane 
 called Webbs Lane with the Appurtanences, On the 
 Surrender of A Former Copy Granted 22nd June 1702 
 Rents: £0 4s 2d £0 0s 3d £0 0s 5d 
 Heriot Custom   Fine: £60 0s 0d 
 
131.John HenleyThos Henley and Abraham Henley Hold by Copy of Court
 SeniorRoll Dated 13 October 1713 One Acre of meadow lying under
 a certain Hedge called Fosketts Hedge On the surrender 
 of James Smith Mary his Wife late Edwards the Said Mary 
 holding for the Term of her Life the Said Acre by copy 
 Dated 24 February 24 Car 2di 
 Rent: £0 0s 4d 
 
132.Jacob HenleyHolds in Reversion after John Henley the Elder & John
 Henley the Younger by Copy of Court roll Datd 20 
 September 1734 Two Messuages or Tenements called Wisdoms 
 & Waterholes with their Appurtanences Except the Closes 
 called Windmill Field & Lypyate Mead Now in the Tenure 
 of Abraham Clarke 
 Rent: £0 7s 1d   Heriot: £2 10s 0d   Fine: £36 
 
133.Thomas HamlettHolds by Copy Dated 26 September 1716 For his own life
 and the Lives of Thomas Broad Junior & George Broad sons 
 of Thos Broad of Winrush Com Gloucester A Cottage, Garden 
 & Orchard 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d   Heriot Custom   Fine: £10 
 
134.Catherine Lewinand Ann Lewin her Daughter Hold in reversion after Thomas
 Lewin by copy Dated 6 March 1711 One Messuage or Tenement 
 with a Garden Orchard & Curtilage adjoing called Fosketts 
 One Close of Pasture called the Home Close a Close called 
 Down Croft a Close of Pasture called the Gillings and 
 Another Close of Pasture called Comb Close with the 
 Appurtanences 
 Rent: £0 7s 4d   Heriot Custom   Fine: £20 0s 0d 
 
135.John LittleJohn Little Junior & Thomas Little hold by copy of Court
 Seniorroll Dated 8 March 1722 One Close called Overmoor
 containing six acres On the surrender of Richard Weeks 
 who held for the Term of his life & the Lives of Edward 
 Weeks and Susan Weeks by Copy Dated 30th August 1703 
 Rent: £0 4s 5d   Heriot Custom   Fine: £8 
 
136.John LittleJohn Little Junior & Isaac Little sons of John Little the
 SeniorElder Hold by copy of Court roll Dated 28 January 1739
 One Close called Overmoor containing six acres On the 
 Surrender of John Little Senior who held the same for his 
 own Life & the Life of John Little the Younger by copy 
 dated 8 March 1722 
 Rent: $0 4s 5d   Heriot: £2 2s 0d   Fine: £14 
 

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137.Daniel PunterElizabeth Punter & Daniel Punter Hold by Copy of Court
 Roll Dated 24 June 1709 One Close called the Acres 
 adjoining an Orchard belonging to a Freehold Tenement of 
 John Edwards's On the Surrender of John Edwards who held 
 the same for his own Life & the Lives of Poole Edwards 
 & Ann Edwards by copy dated 27 January 1703 
 Rent: £0 1s 0d   Heriot: £0 2s 6d   Fine S.C. 
 
138.Daniel PunterWalter Haygarding & Jonathan Haygarding Hold by copy
 dated 24 June 1709 the Aforesaid Premises in Reversion 
 Rent Heriot and Fine the same 
 
139.Daniel PunterDaniel Junior & Elizabeth Punter Son and Daughter of the
 Seniorsaid Daniel Hold by copy dated 24 June 1709 One Close
 called Pratts Mead containing (blank) On the Surrender 
 of John Edwards 
 Rent: £0 2s 10d   Heriot Custom   Fine £15 
 
140.John PontingRobert Ponting & George Ponting Hold by Copy of Court
 JuniorRoll Dated 28 May 1720 One Messuage or Tenement called
 Church-Waynes One Close of Meadow or Pasture adjoining 
 the Said Messuage One other close Called Ramps and one 
 close of meadow in the Slow with the Appurtanences On the 
 surrender of John & Joseph Shewell who Held by Copy dated 
 16 November 1699 the Said premises and Also Surrenderd 
 his Copy in reversion of the same held for his Own Life 
 & the Lives of Thomas Barret & William Barret 
 Rent: £5 1s 6d   Heriot Custom   Fine: £20 
 Rents: £0 1s 3d £0 1s 9d 
 
141.John Ponting& Ayliffe Ponting Hold by Copy Dated 28 May 1720 The
 Aforesaid Premises in Reversion after John Ponting Junior 
 Robert Ponting & George Ponting 
 Rent: £5 1s 6d   Heriot Custom   Fine £10 
 
142.John PontingEdward Ponting & John Ponting his sons Hold by copy Dated
 Junior28 December 1727 One Messuage or Tenement and One Close
 of Pasture called the Home Close containing 5 Acres On 
 the Surrender of Ann Ashley formerly Ann Smith Norris 
 Smith & John Smith who held the same by copy Dated 8 
 November 1700 inter alia 
 Rent: £0 3s 10d   Heriot: £1 0s 0d   Fine: S C 
 
143.Roger Punter& Ann Punter his Sister Hold in Reversion after Daniel
 Punter by copy of Court Roll Dated 21 September 1733 One 
 Close of Meadow or Pasture called Pratts Mead 
 Rent: £0 1s 10d   Heriot Custom   Fine £15 
 

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144.Ann PalmerLewin Palmer aged 17 Years and Thomas Palmer Aged eight
 years Sons of Robert And Ann Palmer Hold by Copy of Court 
 Roll Dated 16 October 1749 A Messuage or Tenement with 
 a Garden Orchard & Curtilage adjoined Called Fosketts and 
 One Close of Pasture called the Home Close and One Other 
 Close called Down Crofts and A Close called Gillings and 
 also another Close of Pasture called Combe Close with the 
 Appurtanences - On the Surrender of Catharine Lewin and 
 Ann Palmer who held the Said Premises by copy Dated 6 
 March 1713 
 Rent: £0 7s 4d   Heriot Custom   Fine £60 
 
145.John Simkinsand Francis Rodway Hold by Copy of Court Roll dated 3
 October 1711 One Close called Mundays Breach containing 
 4 Acres - On the Surrender of John Simkins Who held for 
 his own Life & the Lives of Ann & Thomas Simkins by copy 
 dated 11 October 12 Car 2d 
 Rent: £0 2s 10½d   Heriot: £0 2s 0d   Fine: £4 10s 0d 
 
146.Ann RodwayJohn Iles Son of the Said Anne and Mary Wife of Thomas
 Sellman Hold in Reversion after John Simkins & Francis 
 Rodway One Close called Mundays Breach by copy of Court 
 Roll Dated 3 October 1711 
 Rent: £0 2s 10½d   Heriot: £0 2s 0d   Fine: S C 
 
147.Francis RodwayAged 32 Years Holds in Reversion after Francis his Father
 Junior& John Iles by Copy of Court Roll Datd 16 October 1749
 One Close of Meadow Called Mundays Breach containing 4 
 Acres 
 Rent: £0 2s 10½d   Heriot: £0 2s 0d   Fine: £8 
 
148.Leonard SprattJane Spratt his Daughter & Leonard Spratt son of Richard
 Spratt of Stratton St Margaretts Hold by copy of Court 
 Roll dated 27 September 1716 One Messuage or Tenement One 
 Garden & One orchard to the same belonging On the 
 Surrender of Thomas Who held the same for his own life 
 & the Lives of Thomas & George Broad by copy Dated 26 
 September 1716 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d   Heriot: £0 5s 0d   Fine: S C 
 
149.Leonard SprattJane Buckland And Abraham Buckland her Husband Hold by
 Copy Dated 23 September 1725 One Messuage or Tenement 
 with a Garden & Orchard to the same belonging - On the 
 Surrender of Leonard Spratt who held for his own Life & 
 the Lives of Leonard Son of Richard Spratt of Stratton 
 St Margaretts by Copy Dated 27 September 1716 
 Rent: £0 2s 0d   Heriot: £0 5s 6d   Fine: S C 
 

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150.Edward SuttonEdward Sutton Junior & George Sutton Sons of the said
 SeniorEdward Sutton Hold by Copy of Court Rool Dated 19
 February 1746 One Messuage or Tenement & One Close of 
 Pasture called the Home Close containing 5 Acres formerly 
 Surrendered by Ann Ashley formerly Ann Smith Widow, 
 Norris Smith & John Smith to John Ponting who held the 
 same by copy Dated 28 December 1727 and Now Surrendered 
 by John Ponting And Also One Messuage formerly in the 
 Tenure of Elizabeth Clark Widow with one Close of Pasture 
 Called the Home Close con 7 Acres One Close of Pasture 
 Called Windmill field containing 16 Acres & One Close of 
 Pasture Called West Field containing 8 Acres with the 
 Appurtanences On the Surrender of John Ponting who held 
 the same by copy Dated 6 September 1700 
 Rent: £0 8s 1d   Heriot: £0 2s 8d   Fine: £67 0s 0d 
 
151.John WeeksJames Weeks & Charles Weeks Hold by Copy dated 20
 September 1709 (inter alia) One Close of Meadow or 
 Pasture called Long Hargrove Containing six Acres On the 
 Surrender of Richard Weeks Who held the same for his Life 
 and the Lives of Edward & Susan Weeks 
 Rent: £0 3s 7d   Heriot: £0 3s 7d   Fine: £5 10s 0d 
 
152.Benjamin YoungAbraham Young & Thomas Young sons of the Said Benjamin
 Hold by copy Dated 26 September 1728 One Messuage or 
 Tenement called Hammonds's With a Garden & Orchard to the 
 Said Messuage adjoining And Now in the Tenure of Richard 
 Weeks who held the same for his own Life and the Lives 
 of Susan his Wife & Edward Weeks by copy Dated 31 August 
 1703 
 Rent: £0 3s 5d   Heriot Custom   Fine: £10 10s 0d 
 
153.Benjamin YoungNathaniel Young and Benjamin Young sons of Benjamin the
 Elder Hold by Copy of Court Roll dated 2 May 1735 One 
 Close of Meadow or Pasture Ground Called Long Ramps 
 containing Six Acres. On the surrender of Mary Drew (now 
 Wife of Philip Godwin) who held for his Life and the 
 Lives of Henry & Grace Drew the same premises by copy 
 Dated 21 October 1716 
 Rent: $£0 2s 6d   Heriot: £0 11s 8d   Fine: £10 
 
154.Richard PeirceSelina his Daughter & Mary Fry Daughter of Henry Fry Hold
 by Copy Dated 12 February 1711 One Close of Meadow or 
 Pasture called Redhill with the Appurtanences One the 
 Surrender of Richard Peirce who Held for his Life & the 
 lives of Mary Wife of Edward Bennet and John Church by 
 copy dated 10 November 1701 
 Rent (blank)   Heriot Custom   Fine: £5 
 

WRO 88:2/37bPage 26Copyright C.R.G. Henly 1993

Copys Granted before the Year 1709

 
155.5 April 1705A Copy was Granted to Thomas Clark, Dorothy Clark & Mary
 Clark Son and Daughters of Abraham Clark in Reversion 
 after Edward Bennett, Margery Bennett & said Abraham 
 Clark of a Messuage or Tenement Garden Orchard and 
 Curtilage called Tregolds, One Close of Meadow called the 
 Home Close one other Close called the Acre under the 
 Hedge there - one other Close called Nethers Close & one 
 other Close called Church Crofts 
 Heriot best goods 
 
156.27 January 1703A Copy was Granted to John Broad Richard Broad & Phillip
 Broad of one Close of Meadow 5 Acres with the 
 Appurtanences - And Also Messuage or Tenement called 
 Players Situate at the Causeway End - Except Closes 
 called Ramps containing 17 Acres 
 Rents: £0 1s 8d £0 0s 7d   Heriot Custom 
 
157.5 October 1709A Copy in Possession & Reversion was Granted to John
 Broad Senior & others of the 4 Closes called Ramps 
 containing 17 Acres with an Acre late Edward's 
 Rent: £0 5s 4d   Heriot: £0 7s 6d 
 
158.23 December 1698A Copy was Granted John Week's Edmund & John his sons
 of a Messuage Barn Stable & Orchard & Garden, also a 
 close of Meadow adjacent called the Home Close with the 
 Appurtanences - And Also at the same court the following 
 premises were surrendered & Granted to John Weeks &c 
 (vizt) A Close called Burge Hayes - A Close of Meadow 
 called the Ramps one other Close called Mill Hayes one 
 other Close called Townsend Leaze and two other Closes 
 called Wallis's West Field Leaze with the Appurtanences 
 Rent: £1 17s 10d   Heriot: £3 18s 2d 
 
159.30 August 1703A Copy was Granted to Richard Weeks Susan His Wife &
 Edward Weeks their son of a Messuage or Tenement called 
 Hammonds's with a Garden and Orchard adjoining - One 
 Close of Meadow or pasture called the Home Close 
 containing 14 Acres & two closes of pasture Brook 
 Breaches containing 9 Acres - To hold the same 
 immediately after the Death or Forfeiture of Margaret 
 Hammonds Widow 
 Rents: £2 8s 6d £0 0s 8d   £0 1s 0d Heriot Custom 
 
160.8 November 1700A Copy was Granted in Reversion to John, Norris & Edward
 Smith of Upper Windmill Field & Marygold Leaze 
 Rent: £0 3s 10½d 
 
161.8 November 1700A Copy was Granted in Reversion to Edward, John & Norris
 Smith of a close called Upper Windmill Field and a close 
 called West Field 
 Rent: £0 3s 10d 
 

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162.30 August 1703A Copy was Granted to Richard Weeks, Edward & Susan son
 & Daughter of the said Richard - Of a Close of mead or
 Pasture called the Oar or Over moor containing six Acres 
 - and one other close of Meadow or Pasture called Long 
 Haregrove containing 6 Acres 
 Rent: £0 8s 0d   Heriot Custom
 
163.9 November 1704A Copy was Granted to Mary Weeks formerly Smith & others
 of one close of Meadow called Redhill - one close of
 meadow called Louse bridge cont. 6 Acres and one other 
 Close called over pudsock containing an Acre & a half 
 with the Appurtanences 
 Rent: £0 4s 4d 
 
164.20 September 1709A Lease was Granted to Richard Hammond, Ann his Wife
 & Elizabeth their Daughter (on the Surrender of a former 
 Lease Granted to Richard Weeks, Susanna & Ann his 
 Daughters) of all that Close of Pasture Ground called the 
 Lower Moor or Oar and a Close of Meadow to the same 
 Adjoining containing in the whole 17 Acres, with Common 
 of Pasture in Brinkworth Marsh, Blackmoor and in the 
 Lands of Brinkworth aforesaid 
 Rent: £1 2s 0d   Fine: £35
 Entd wrong - see the Leases - Richd Hammond 

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Field Name Index

Note: the references are to the numbered sections above,
eg 'The Acre' in #155 above.

Acre, The155
Acres, The137
Ash Close79
Austins20
 
Baggs or Badges129
Bakers65
Bakers Bridge65, 127
Baldwins130
Barnes's83
Barnes's Acre83
Barnes's Wind-Mill Field83
Bat-hay55
Baynards Ash78
Bean Furlong53
Bee-Meads50
Black Moor1
Blackmoor114, 164
Blocksomes96
Brayden Side41
Brayden, Forest of15
Braydon, Forest of63, 80, 108, 112
Brinkworth March1, 60
Brinkworth Marsh57, 78, 112, 114, 164
Brinkworth Street100
Broad Mead40, 70
Broadmead57
Brook Braches124
Brook Breaches159
Brook Mead62
Burge Hayes158
Buthay104
Butt Hays109
 
Canters Lane13, 51, 61, 102
Causeway End156
Charleton Comon13
Church Croft40
Church Crofts155
Church House Barton69
Church House Lands82
Church-Waynes140
Clitchbury Green4, 89
Comb Close134
Combe Close144
Connels41
Cow Leaze50
Cowles' Leaze62
Crocams Lane13
Crockhams Lane102
Crocrams Lane108
Custard Mead83
 
Delfords93
Dovers Gate102
Down Croft134
Down Crofts144
Dry Ground62
 
East Leigh96
 
Farm Acre83
Fawce Leaze18, 86
Fernhill73
Fosketts134, 144
Fosketts Hedge131
Frites94
Fruters Furlong92
Furlongs, The83
 
Gibel Piece53
Gillings134, 144
Glass Lands64, 96
Glaze Land85
Glazelands27, 128
Grove, The50
 
Hammonds98
Hammonds's152, 159
Hargrove Hill6
Hargrove, Bushy116
Hargrove, Long151, 162
Hargrove, Lower116
Hargrove, Rudgy116
Hargrove, West1, 11
Harts & Howells96
Hay-croft Hills83
Hele Mead70
High Street49
Hillcroft116
Hollowbournes112
Home Close25, 70, 83, 98, 115, 123, 134, 142, 144, 150, 155, 158, 159
Home Closes83
Home Layes62
Home Leaze62
Hoor House57
Horne Close19
Howells96
Howells Mead96
Hundred Acres80
 
Ipcroft6
Ipcroft Furlong54, 68
 
Joans Green12
 
Little Hams57
Little Mead96
Long Lacys105, 119
Long Ramps153
Long-Ground83
Long-Ramps128
Louse Bridge163
Lower Leaze25
Lower Moor114
Lower Moor or Oar164
Lye5, 56
Lye-peice62
Lyncroft90
Lyncroft's Mead79
Lypgate84
Lypyate Lane70
Lypyate Mead19, 120, 132
 
Marygold Leaze29, 122, 160
Mead, The83
Middle Leaze25
Mill Hayes158
Mundays Breach145-147
 
Nethers Close155
New Park35, 63, 81, 112
North Croft57
 
Oar or Over Moor162
Oare40
Oars114
Ovens127
Over Pudsock163
Overmoor135, 136
Ox Hays106
Ox-hay99
Ox-hays Thick14
 
Parkers32
Penns Lodge59, 60, 112
Personage House42
Philpes57
Pingalls20
Pitts Lands20
Players156
Pratts Mead139, 143
Pudson97
 
Ramps125, 140, 156-158
Redhill126, 154, 163
 
Sand Croft83
Sandmans47
Sheephouse Close Furlong88
Sheephouse Furlong85
Shopcroft Hedge4
Skulls67
Slow, The140
Stephens's130
Stock Mead8
Sundays Hill1, 81, 106, 108
Sybills115
 
Towns-end, The84
Townsend99
Townsend Leaze158
Tregolds155
 
Upper Westfield2
Upper Ground95
Upper Westfield2
Upper Windmill Field160, 161
 
Wallis's West Field Leaze158
Wallis's Green58
Wallis's Towns-end Close79
Waterholes132
Webbs51
Webbs Lane130
West Field103, 117, 150, 161
Westfield7, 40
Westfield Leaze, Upper52
Wheat Leaze95
White Lyon Inn84
Windmill Field6, 40, 70, 97, 121, 132, 150
Wisdoms132
Wood Close40
Wood Furlong66
Wood-furlong75
Woodhill15
Woodhill Coppice13, 51, 101, 108
Woodhill Coppice, West38
Woodhill Copse111, 113


WRO 88:2/37bPage 32Copyright C.R.G. Henly 1993

Person Index

Note: the references are to the numbered sections above,
eg 'Joan Ackswick' in #1 above.

ACKSWICK
 Joan1
 
ALLOWAY
 Anne1
 Jonas1
 Mary1
 Richard1
 
ASHLEY formerly SMITH
 Ann117, 142, 150
 
AYLIFF
 Anthony10
 George10
 Thomas10
 
BARNES
 Anthony10
 John81
 
BARRET
 Thomas140
 William140
 
BARTLETT
 Alice6, 116
 Elizabeth6, 116
 Jane6, 8
 William6, 8, 116
 
BENNET
 Edward154
 Mary154
 
BENNETT
 Edward155
 Margery155
 
BISHOP
 Anne104
 Braydon, Forest of81
 
BROAD
 George133, 148
 John156
 John, Senior157
 Phillip156
 Richard156
 Thomas133, 148
 Thomas, Junior133
 
BROADHEAD
 Susanna7, 99
 
BROME
 Alice118
 Francis118
 John118
 Ralph117
 
BROOK
 John108
 William64
 
BROWN
 Alice8
 John8
 Mary8
 
BUCKLAND
 Abraham149
 Abraham, the Younger73
 Anne11
 Henry38, 113
 Jacob11
 Jane73, 149
 John11
 Joseph52, 73
 Thomas123
 
BUCKLANDS
 Abraham38
 
BURCHELL
 Lucy74
 Thomas61
 
BURGESS
 Benjamin115
 Isaac115
 Obadiah115
 William115
 
BUTLER
 Elizabeth5
 James4
 Joan4
 
CALLY
 Ann20
 Arabella20
 William20
 
CHURCH
 Henry126
 Jacob104
 John104, 154
 Mary126
 Sarah126
 
CLARK
 Abraham13-15, 19, 121, 155
 Abraham, Junior120
 Abraham, Senior120
 Ann119
 Dorothy120, 155
 Elizabeth150
 Francis12, 15, 19, 102, 123
 Francis, the Younger19
 John9, 12, 13, 102, 119
 John, the Elder19, 122, 123
 John, the Younger19, 122
 Mary121, 155
 Richard119
 Sarah12, 105, 119
 Thomas121, 155
 William4
 
CLARKE
 Abraham105, 132
 John105
 
CLIFFORD
 Ann106
 Dorothy106
 Elizabeth50
 Jeremiah50, 70, 106
 
CLUTTERBUCK
 James34
 
COX
 Abraham33
 Widow98
 
CRIPPS
 Ann76, 125
 Edward18
 Hannah16
 Jane124
 John17, 18, 124
 John, Junior125
 John, Senior125
 John, the Elder16, 109
 John, the Younger16
 Prudence16
 Richard18
 Samuel18
 
DAFTER
 Elizabeth81
 
DARTER
 Edith36
 Timothy61
 
DIXON
 Elizabeth23
 John22
 Joseph22
 Mary23
 Thomas22, 23
 
DODSON
 John21
 Robert21
 William21
 
DREW
 Edith128
 Grace127, 153
 Henry27, 127, 153
 John128
 Mary127, 153
 
EDWARDS
 
 157 
 Ann137
 Anthony80
 John137, 139
 Nathaniel80
 Poole137
 Sarah5
 
FRY
 Ann25, 129, 130
 Elizabeth129, 130
 Henry25, 26, 154
 John86
 Mary26, 154
 Philip11
 Rebeccah95
 Richard129, 130
 Robert, Senior110
 Robert, the Younger110
 Samuel11, 25, 95, 110
 Samuel, the Elder8, 11
 William25, 69, 86, 129, 130
 
FRYE
 Mary126
 
GAPE
 William40
 
GARDINER
 Hannah107
 
GASTRIL
 John68
 
GILES
 Edward61
 
GODDARD
 Francis107
 John107
 John, Junior108
 
GODWIN
 Mary27, 153
 Philip153
 
HALE
 Mary30
 William30
 
HALL
 Henry99
 
HAMLETT
 Thomas133
 
HAMMOND
 Ann164
 Elizabeth164
 Richard164
 
HAMMONDS
 Margaret159
 
HASKYNS
 Richard119
 
HAYGARDING
 Jonathan138
 Walter138
 
HAYWARD
 Mary29
 Thomas29
 
HENDLEY
 John120
 William120
 
HENLEY
 Abraham131
 Jacob132
 John, Senior131
 John, the Elder132
 John, the Younger132
 Thomas131
 
HIND
 John108
 
HOOKE
 Rebeccah68
 
HOWARD
 Honourable Thomas, Esq31, 83
 Robert83
 
HURLBAT
 Hannah17
 Thomas113
 William14, 17, 113
 
HURLBATT
 Anne28
 Elizabeth28, 32
 Thomas28
 Thomas, Senior32
 William32
 
ILES
 John146, 147
 
JACOB
 Elizabeth34
 John34
 Mary34
 
JENNINGS
 Mary33
 William, the Elder33
 
KNIGHT
 Jeremiah70
 
LANGLEY
 Elizabeth35, 112
 Francis35, 41, 112
 Henry9, 35, 112
 Mary41
 Oliver9, 112
 William9, 41
 
LAWRENCE
 Anthony113
 William113
 
LEWIN
 Ann134
 Catharine144
 Catherine134
 Thomas57, 134
 
LEWIS
 Betty39
 Edward39
 John, the Elder29
 Thomas39
 
LISSETT
 Jane118
 William118
 
LITTLE
 Elizzabeth111
 Isaac36, 136
 John, Junior38, 135
 John, Senior38, 135
 John, the Elder36
 Joseph36
 Thomas135
 Thomas, Junior111
 Thomas, Senior111
 William36
 
LUDLOW
 Elizabeth40
 
MAPSON
 John42
 Mary42
 Robert109
 Thomas42, 109
 Thomas, the Elder42
 
MATHEWS
 Ann43
 Charles44
 Daniel71
 Dorothy44
 Elizabeth43
 George111
 Isaac48
 Jasper71
 John46
 John, the Elder47
 John, the Younger47
 Jonas49
 Joseph48
 Margaret45
 Mary44, 47
 Nathan45
 Sarah71
 William43
 
MILLS
 John48
 
MINCHIN
 Giles106
 
NEWELL
 Mary76
 
NICHOLS
 John50, 87
 John, the Younger50
 Thomas58
 
ORAM
 Ann52
 William52
 
OVENS
 John51
 Mary17, 51
 Robert51, 75
 Palmer57, 144
 Ann144
 Lewin57, 144
 Robert57, 144
 Thomas57, 144
 
PANTING
 Robert69
 
PEIRCE
 Richard126, 154
 Selina126, 154
 
PINNEL
 Daniel78
 Richard78
 Robert30
 
PONTING
 Abraham54
 Ann109
 Ayliffe141
 Edward53, 142
 George140, 141
 Jane53
 John54, 68, 109, 141, 150
 John, Junior140, 141
 John, the Younger103
 Nicholas53
 Robert140, 141
 Sarah109
 
POTTER
 Abraham59
 Christopher59
 Daniel59
 
PRIDDY
 Anthony58
 Betty58
 Christopher58
 
PUNTER
 Ann143
 Anne56
 Daniel56, 137, 143
 Daniel, Junior139
 Daniel, Senior139
 Elizabeth137, 139
 Roger56, 143
 
RANGER
 Joseph82
 
RICHENS
 Francis60
 John60
 Richard60, 112
 Robert60
 
ROBBINS
 Henry62
 John62
 Mary62
 
ROBERTS
 Anne7
 Bartlet118
 Elizabeth116
 Henry7, 116
 Henry, Junior117
 
ROBINS
 Elizabeth5
 
ROBINSON
 Edward61
 William61
 
RODWAY
 Ann63, 146
 Francis145
 Francis, Junior147
 Francis, Senior63
 
SAVAGE
 Joan78
 
SELLMAN
 Elizabeth67
 Mary66, 146
 Thomas146
 William66
 
SHERER
 John78
 
SHERRER
 John64, 65
 Mary64, 65
 Robert64
 Roger64
 
SHEWELL
 John140
 Joseph140
 
SIMKINS
 Ann145
 Francis146
 John63, 66, 145, 146
 Thomas145
 
SKEATS
 Robert26
 
SKULL
 Elizabeth69
 Francis69
 John69, 70
 Thomas68, 71
 
SKUSE
 John74
 Lucy74
 Mary74
 
SMART
 Elizabeth81
 
SMITH
 Ann14
 Edward160
 Elizabeth75
 Goddard34
 James131
 John14, 77, 117, 122, 142, 150, 160
 Mary77
 Norris117, 142, 150, 160
 Remoth14
 Robert76
 William76
 
SMITH LATE EDWARDS
 Mary131
 
SPRATT
 Jane72, 148
 Leonard52, 72, 148
 Richard148, 149
 
STRATTON
 Elizabeth80
 Grace27
 Hannah85
 Jane82
 John31, 79, 83, 103
 Mary103
 Prudence82, 103
 Richard79
 Richard Willis85
 Robert79, 80, 82, 103
 William81, 83
 
SUTTON
 Edward, Junior150
 Edward, Senior150
 George150
 Thomas108
 
THOMPSON
 Jane84
 John84
 Lidia84
 
VINCENT
 Jacob102
 Thomas102
 
VINSOME
 Elizabeth101
 Thomas101
 
WALKER
 Edward92
 John91
 Sarah93
 Susannah91
 Thomas37
 William16, 91
 William the Elder93
 
WEEKES
 Edward98
 James97
 John95
 John, the Elder6
 Richard98
 Robert96
 Susannah98
 Weeks114
 Ann114, 164
 Charles151
 Edmund158
 Edward135, 151, 152, 159, 162
 James151
 John125, 151, 158
 John, the Younger95
 Richard114, 124, 135, 151, 152, 159, 162, 164
 Susan135, 151, 152, 159, 162
 Susanna114, 164
 
WEEKS formerly SMITH
 Mary163
 
WILLIS
 Richard85
 
WILTSHIRE
 Catharine88
 John87, 88
 Mary88
 Richard87, 88
 Richard the Younger88
 Richard, Senior90
 
WISE
 John86
 Thomas86
 
WOODCOCK
 Humphry99
 John99
 
WRIGHT
 Christopher58
 William58
 
YOUNG
 Abraham152
 Benjamin152
 Benjamin, the Elder153
 Daniel100
 Dorothy100
 Jacob100
 Nathaniel153
 Thomas152


WRO 88:2/37bPage 42Copyright C.R.G. Henly 1993

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