Archive:Whitney and Clifford Manorial Records, Part 2

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120-121. 1832. Feb.1 & 1. Richard Roberts of the parish of 2. Whitney, yeoman. 2. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, esq. LEASE & RELEASE of a parcel of land in Whitney at the West end of a parcel of land called Walter’s Land. 122. 1832. Feb. 27. 1. Edward Allen of Hay, co., Brecon, gent. 2. James Spencer of Hay, gent. LEASE for 999 years of a messuage or cottage and lands at a place called The Stow in the parishes of Whitney and Winforton. 123. 1836. April 7. UNDERTAKING by Walter Roberts to execute a mortgage of a messuage or cottage in Whitney to his brother William Roberts for the better securing the sum of £ 42 due from the said Walter to the said William. 124. 1837. Oct. 7. 1. Walter Roberts of the parish of Whitney, yeoman. 2. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, esq. MORTGAGE by demise for 500 years of a parcel of land with a Parcel of land built thereon in Whitney. Consideration : £84. 125. 1837. Oct.30 & 1. Henry Walter Coldham of Aumer 31. Hall, co., Norfolk, esq., Henry Goodwin of Cromer, co., Norfolk, gent, and Charles Goodwin of King’s Lynn, co., Norfolk, gent. 2. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, co., Hereford, esq. 3. James Spencer of Hay, co., Brecon, gent. DRAFT RELEASE by (1) (in whom the legal fee of the premises is now vested under the will of Nicholas Styleman, one of the Guardians of the said Tomkyns Dew) to the said Tomkyns Dew of various parcels of land in the parish of Whitney. 126. 1843. Aug. 12. 1. Thomas Hancorn of the parish of Whitney, farmer. 2. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, esq. COPY AGREEMENT for the purpose of a messuage, tenement and lands called The Lower House at Millhalf in the parish of Whitney.

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127. 1844. March 26. MEMORANDUM of an agreement between John Thomas of the Pound in the parish of Whitney, yeoman, and Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, esq., for the surrender by the said J.T. to T.D. of the possession of the premises called the Pound. 128. 1849. July 14. 1. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, esq. 2. William Dyke of the Valets Cottage in the parish of Whitney, gent. BOND in £4000 for the payment of £2000. 129. 1850. Nov. 28. 1. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, esq. 2. James Merton of Linclon’s Inn Fields, gent. AGREEMENT for the letting of a messuage and land called The Valetts in the parish of Whitney. 130. 1852. Sept. 10. 1. William Bridgwater of Glasbury, co., Radnor, gent., and Francis Lewis Bodenham of Hereford, gent. 2. Tomkyns Dew of Whitney, esq. CONVEYANCE of a messuage or cottage and lands situate at a place called The Stow in the parishes of Whitney and Winforton. Consideration : £40. 131. 1852. Nov. 18. 1. Tomkyns Dew the younger of Whitney, esq., and Henry Dew of the same, clerk. 2. John Brown of the parish of Winforton, farmer. BOND in £300 for the payment of £150. (ii) Manorial Records. 132. 1676-1778. PRESENTMENTS before the Court Leet and View of Frankpledge with the Court Baron of the manor of Whitney, 1676-1778. (1 bundle)

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133. 1690. An extract for all fines, amerciaments, forfeitures, perquisites and profits found and presented at the Court Leet and Court Baron of Richard Williams, Robert Price, John Dutton Colt, esqrs and others, lords of the manor of Whitney there holden the 29th day of October, 1690, before Henry Jones, gent., Steward. 134. 1760 - 5. SUIT ROLL of the tenants and residents of the manor of Whitney, 1760 - 5. 135. 1766 - 75. do. 1766 - 75. (iii) Rentals, etc. 136. 1767. WHITNEY MANOR : An Abstract of the descent of the estates of the chief rent free, holders, &c. 137. 1768. WHITNEY MANOR : A Particular of the cottage leases, now in being, the dates, tenants names and descriptions and number of lives for which the leases were granted and distinguishing those that are dead and the yearly rents &c. 138. [after 1800] RENTAL of cottages in the manor of Whitney. 139. 1820 - 1829. MANOR OF WHITNEY Rent and Tithe Account Book. (iv) Surveys & Valuations etc. 140. 1823. PARTICULARS (acreage andvaluation) of Stow Farm in the parish of Whitney. 141. [after 1824] VALUATION of Whitney Court House and demesnes. 142. [c. 1825] NOTE of lands in Mr. Dew’s occupation in the parish of Whitney. 143. [c. 1825] PARTICULARS of Far House Farm and lands in the parish of Whitney. 144. 1823. ACREAGE of Sheep Cot Farm as let to Mr. Pye from Candlemas, 1823. 145. 1827. VALUATION of Whitney Court and lands, Far House Farm and other lands and woods in the occupation of Mr. [Tomkyns] Dew.

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146. 1828. PARTICULARS of land in Mr [Tomkyns] Dew's occupation in the parish of Whitney. 147. 1829. PARTICULARS (names of fields and acreage) of Stow Farm in Whitney in the tenancy of J. Monkhouse. 148. [c. 1830] PARTICULARS of lands in the occupation of Tomkyns Dew, esq., in the parish of Whitney. 149. [c. 1830] PARTICULARS of Whitney Court Farm, Far House Farm, or Millhaugh Farm, and Boat Farm. 150. [c. 1830] SURVEY and Valuation of the Boat Farm in the tenancy of Stephen Arrowsmith. 151. 1831. AN ASSESSMENT of four pence in the pound on the occupiers of premises and lands in the parish of Whitney for the relief of the poor. 152. 1832 ACREAGE of Sheep Cot Farm in the tenancy of Thomas Dowle. 163. [c. 1836] PARTICULARS of land in the Sheep Cot Farm, not part of the original estate, but bought by Mr. Dew. 154. 1831. PARTICULARS of an Exchange of lands between Tomkyns Dew, esq., of Whitney Court and Mr. John Hancorn of the Mill Half in the parish of Whitney. 155. [a. 1840] VALUATION of furniture in the house at the Mill Half in the parish of Whitney. 156. [c. 1840] PARTICULARS of lands in the parish of Whitney not belonging to Mr. [Tomkyns] Dew 157. 1874. MEASUREMENT of various fisheries [on the River Wye] in the parish of Whitney.

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(v) Maps and Plans. 158. 1783. MAP of the Carrier Farm in the parish of Whitney surveyed by Edward Penry, 1783. 159. [c. 1820] COLOURED sketch and plan of a Tollhouse in [? Whitney] 160. [c. 1820] MAP of Broad Meadow or Urchinfield Farm. 161. 1833. MAP of lands, late Thomas Jenkins's part of Clock Mile Farm purchased by Tomkyns Dew, esq., in 1833. (iv) Miscellaneous. 162. 1813. AN ACT for inclosing lands in the manor and parish of Whitney. (Printed). 163. 1814. Dec. 21. NOTICES from Catherine Hancorn to the Rev. John Trumper and Francis Trumper restraining them from entering any of her lands in the parish of Whitney for the purpose of hunting, coursing or shooting, etc. 164. 1814. Dec. 23. A similar notice from John Monkhouse to the Rev. John Trumper of Whitney. 165. 1814. Dec. 23. A similar notice from the said John Monkhouse to Francis Trumper of Whitney. 166. 1817. Jan. 10. COPIES of notices from Edward Thomas, John Monkhouse, Tomkyns Dew, John Spencer, Stephen Arrowsmith, Thomas Price, and Catherine Hancorn to William Parry of Bromage, restraining him from hunting, shooting or fishing on their lands in the Parish of Whitney. 167. 1817. Feb. 28. DEPOSITION of Laurence Goodman concerning his apprehension of one Thomas Nixon accused of poaching in Whitney Woods. 168. 1817. March 1. WARRANT to levy by distress of the goods of Thomas Nixon of the parish of Whitney the sum of ₤5, being a fine imposed on him for having in his possession "an engine called a snare".

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169. 1820. ACCOUNT of the sale to Tomkyns Dew, esq., of the Green Estate in Whitney. 170. 1822. ACCOUNTS concerning the purchase by Tomkyns Dew, esq., of Michael's Tenement in Whitney. 171. 1826. CASE and opinion concerning the right of A.W. Higgins to shoot upon land belonging to Tomkyns Dews, esq., within the manor of Whitney. 172. 1827. SCHEDULE of Deeds relating to the Title to the Whitney Court Estate belonging to Tomkyns Dew, esq., part whereof is now in mortgage to John Wallis, esq., Hannibal Sandys, esq., and the Rev. John Wallis for securing ₤7,000 and interest. 173. 1828. July 4. NOTICE OF APPEAL by Richard Higgins of the parish of Whitney against an Assessment made for the relief of the poor of the said parish, 6 May, 1828. 174-176. 1836. AFFIDAVITS of William Higgins of Hay, Thomas Richards Watkins of Hereford, Edward Flowers of Rose, Thomas Hancorn of Whitney and John Colley of Whitney on behalf of Richard Higgins of Hay, co., Brecon, defendant in an action brought against him in the King's Bench by the King on the prosecution of John Monkhouse, concerning the alleged obstruction by the said R.H. of the highway in the parish of Whitney leading towards the town of Kingston. 177. 1836. Jan 7. AFFIDAVITS of William Higgins of Hay, co., Brecon, gent, Peter Warburton of Hereford, gent., Edward Flowers of Ross, land surveyor, Edward Powell of Hagley, co., Worcester, land surveyor John Millward of Hay, land surveyor, Washington Boultbee of Birmingham, land surveyor, and Walter Powell of the parish of Brilley, co., Hereford, freeholder, on behalf of Richard Higgins late of the parish of Whitney, gent, against whom a Bill of Indictment was preferred in October, 1834 on a charge of having obstructed the King's highway in the parish of Whitney by erecting a fence or hedge across the said highway.

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178. 1840. Oct. 12. MEMORANDUM of an Agreement made between Tomkyns Dew, esq., of Whitney Court, and William Dyke of Valet Cottage, Whitney, for the exclusive right to sport over the land occupied, by him and Mr. Thomas Morgan of Mill-Half as tenants of Mr. Thomas Hancorn during the current season. 179. 1882. June 17. TERMS OF SETTLEMENT of a dispute between Tomkyns Dew, esq., and one Mr. Reynolds concerning the Pound in Whitney. 180. [19th cent.] CASE and Counsel’s Opinion touching a dispute between Tomkyns Dew of Whitney Court, esq., (as lessee under the Rev. I. F. Stewart, rector of the parish of Whitney, of the tithes of the said parish) and Richard Higgins of Whitney, farmer, concerning certain tithes of turnips claimed by the said Dew from the said Higgins

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II MANOR AND PARISH OF CLIFFORD. (i) Deeds and allied documents. 181. 1339. April 10. 1. John, son of William Stephen of St. Marychurch. 2. Philip Mathew. GIFT of two acres of land in the fee of the priory of Clifford, lying there between Wyrristockynge of the one part and le Maplenripple (?) of the other part. 182. 1356. May 4. 1. William Oldacre of Clifford and Cecily, his wife. 2. Hugh de Hergast. GIFT of one acre of land in the lordship of Clifford, lying in a place called Caldewalleforlong between the lands of the said Hugh on both sides and extending from the lands of the said Hugh to the highway. 183. 1361 1. Thomas le hore of Clifford and Thomasine, his wife. 2. Thomesine Wodelef of Greadas GIFT of one piece of arable land in a field called le Walsshemannesfelde in Clifford. 184. 1370. 1. William Lydon, chaplain, Robert Waters, Chaplain, Rees ap David, John Parpoynct (?) and John Water. 2. William Jonett and Joanna, his wife. GIFT of lands and tenements late of Hugh Hergast in the lordship of Clifford. Monday after the Feast of the Translation of St. Thomas of Hereford (Oct. 2) 185. 1374. 1. Roger Gosmerton. 2. William Jonet and; Joanna, his wife. QUITCLAIM of lands and tenements in the manor of Clifford. Sunday after the Feast of St. Mary Magdalen (July 22).

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186. 1387. 1. Andrew Boffard of Clifford. 2. William Hugyns of Clifford. GIFT of two acres of arable land and a tenement in the fee of Clifford. Sunday after Ascension Day. 187. 1387. 1. Richard Tylly and Isabel, his wife. 2. John, younger son of Richard Palmer and Agnes, his wife. GIFT of lands and tenements (unspecified) in Castelton in the manor of Acle Pychard with reversion to the said Richard and Isabel if the said John and Agnes die without heirs. Sunday before the Feast of the Apostles Philip and James (May 1). 188. 1393/4. March 12.1. William Hugyn of Clifford. 2. Margaret, his wife, and Robert, his son. SETTLEMENT of lands and tenements in the fee of St. Marychurch held of the lord prior of Clifford. 189. 1394. 1. Dionysis Wodeleof. 2. John and William, sons of the above. GIFT of four strips of land lying in a field called Walssmonneffeld in the fee amd manor of Clifford. 190. [n.d.- ? late 1. Margery, daughter of William 14th cent.] de Bois. 2. Hugh Pithard. Gift of 36 acres of land which Simon de Delewyn and Margery, his wife, held in the township of Clifford. 191. [n.d.- ? 14th 1. Llewelyn ap Llowarch cent.?] 2. Hugh, son of David de Hergast. QUITCLAIM of land called Welshman's land in the lordship of Clifford.

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192. [n.d. - ? late 1. Richard Ball, son of Thomas 14th cent.] Ball. 2. Hugh son of Dance (?) of Hergast. GIFT of a mesauage and house in the township of Clifford. 193. [n.d. - ? late 1. Madoc ap Maredut of Eluael. 14th cent.] 2. Hugh ap David of Hergast. GIFT of three acres of land lying in a field called Walismonsfellde in the fee of Clifford. 194. 1400. 1. John Maddeley and William Maddeley of Clifford. 2. Edward Jonet, John Jonet, William Jackesone, Hugh Harper, clerk and William Harper. GIFT of one messuage in the township of Clifford. Tuesday before Trinity Sunday. 195. 1408. 1. Andrew Buffard and Richard Oldacre of Clifford. 2. Roger Restell of Clifford. GIFT of one acre of arable land lying in "le home" of Clifford in a field called Bondefelde between the lord's land of the one part and the land of John Madley of the other part, and extending from the field called Hobynsley to "le bonde ryppell". Sunday after the Feast of the Annunciation of the B.V.M. (25 March) 196. 1425. 1. Sir Robert Whitney, Kt. 2. Miles Water of Clifford, esq. GIFT of a meadow called Bruttismedow in the lordship of Clifford lying between the said Sir Robert's meadow called litilstenry medow on the one side and a certain way leading from Clifford towards the Wye (Wayam) where there was a ferry, on the other side, in breadth, and extending in length from a meadow of the lord of Clifford called fflagges towards a pasture of the said Sir Robert's near the Wye. Friday before the Feast of the Nativity of the B.V.M. (Sept.8)

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197. 1496.[sic 1426] July 31. 1. Sir Robert Whitney, Kt. 2. Miles Water of Clifford, esq. QUITCLAIM of a meadow called Bruttismedow lying between the said Sir Robert's meadow called litilsteney meadow of the one part, and a way once leading from Clifford towards the Wye (?) (Wayam) where there was once a ferry across the said Wye. 198. 1432. June 16. 1. Miles Water senior of Clifford. 2. John Miles, his son. GIFT of lands, messuages and tenements purchased by the said Miles from Thomas ap Philip ap Madoc and William Gibbes in the lordship of Clifford and also a piece of arable land lying in the west field of the township of Clifford. 199. 1432. July 1. 1. Miles Water, Junior, of Clifford, son and heir of Miles Water, senior, of Clifford. 2. John Miles, brother of the said Miles Water, junior. QUITCLAIM of all messuages and lands which the said Miles Water, senior, lately purchased from Thomas ap Philip ap Madoc and William Gibbes in the lordship of Clifford, and of one field of arable land purchased by the said M.W. from Richard Restell in the west field of the township of Clifford. 200. 1440. April 1. 1. William Rawlyn and Thomas Rawlyn of Clifford. 2. John Milwater, esq., of Clifford. GIFT of land called Rawlyn ys close in the township of Clifford, lying in length from the burgages of the said John which he lately purchased from Roger Restell to the field called Vicary ys feld. and in breadth between a certain way leading from the township of Clifford to a certain cross called Owre lady crosse of the one part, and the lands of the said John of the other part.

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201. 1441/2. March 8. 1. Richard Restell. 2. John Milwater of Clifford, esq. GIFT of a tenement in the township of Clifford and four acres of land together with a croft of free land in the fields of Clifford. 202. 1443/4. Jan. 6. 1. John Gosynton of Clifford 2. John Milewater of Clyfford, esq. GIFT of lands and tenements which the said J.G. had of the gift and feoffment of Thomas Staundon and Isabella, his wife in the township and fields of Clyfford. 203. 1444. Dec. 1. 1. Agnes Raulin and Elizabeth Raulin of Clifford. 2. John Milewater of Clifford, esq. QUITCLAIM of a parcel of land called Raulyn ys close in the township of Clifford. 204. 1444/5. Jan.10. 1. John Milewater of Clifford, esq. 2. William Stowe, clerk, vicar of Clifford, and Thomas Trahayron of Clifford. GIFT of lands and tenements in the township, fields and lordship of Clifford. 205. 1444/5. Jan.20. 1. John Milewater of Clifford, esq., and Agnes Voghan, his wife. 2. John Harper of Welynton, senior, Roger ap Rosser Vaghan, Edmund Pychard of Brecon (Brechonia), John Gosyngton, Thomas Trahaeren and John Trahaeren of Clifford. GIFT of all lands and tenements, etc. of the said J.M. in the township and lordship of Clifford. 206. 1452/3. Feb. 1. 1. Sir John Scudamore, Kt. 2. John Milewater of Clifford, esq. GIFT of arable lands formerly belonging to William Rawlyn of Clifford and Thomas, his son, lying in a field in Clifford called Mere felde: one croft of arable land lying in a field called Sokenmon ys hous and three acres of land lying in the Weste felde in Clifford.

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207. 1499/1500. Jan.15. 1. Jevan ap Gwilym Vaughan, esq. 2. John Lyngen, esq., and Eleanor, his wife. QUITCLAIM of messuages, lands and tenements in the township and lordship of Clifford which John Milewater, sometime of Stoke Edith, co. Hereford, esq., purchased. 208. 1512. Sept. 28. 1. Richard Welford, Robert Whitney, son of Robert Whitney, esq., deceased; William Wallewyn and Thomas ap Jenkyn. 2. Simon Milborn, esq., John Breynton and Thomas Cockes. GIFT of messuages, lands and tenements in the township of Clifford. Recites that the said lands were part of an estate in the township and lordship of Clifford purchased by John Milewater, esq., formerly of Stoke Edith, co. Hereford, and of which the said Richard Welford and the other parties of the first part were made feoffees by Sir John Lyngeyn and Eleanor, his wife, daughter and heiress of Thomas Milewater, deceased, to the use of William Herbert, esq. 209. 1538. Oct. 21. 1. Robert Whitney, esq., lord of Whitney. 2. Hugh ap John Thomas, Margaret verch Howell, his wife, and William one of their children. LEASE for lives of a parcel of land called the greate tonne, belonging to the nether court of Clifford, and to a close called the old close lying on the north side of the park of Clifford. 210. 1539. Sept. 30. 1. Robert Whitney of Ickombe, co. Gloucester, esq. 2. William Treherne of Clyfford, co. Hereford, yeoman. LEASE for 99 years of two closes in Clyfford, lying by the church side, and 10 acres called the Westfylde and 22 acres called the Vycars fylde in the lordship of Clyfford.

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211. 1544. Nov. 26. 1. John Bedowe of Clifford, Gent. 2. Richard Whitney and Jenkyn Havard, Gent. SETTLEMENT of messuages, lands and tenements in Clifford which formerly belonged to Howel ap Ievan. 212. 1546. Sept. 26. 1. Charles Herbert, Esq. 2. Eleanor Warmecombe, late wife of Simon Hyatt, gent., deceased. QUITCLAIM of all the lands and tenements late of the said Simon Hyatt, in Clifford. 213. 1547/8. March 24. 1. Dame Blanche Herbert, widow, late wife of Sir William Herbert, late of Troy, Knt., deceased, and formerly wife of James Whitney, esq., deceased. 2. Robert Whitney, esq. ASSIGNMENT of a lease of the demesne lands of Clifford, formerly granted to the said James Whitney by Prince Arthur, late eldest son of King Henry VII, for 60 years, 20 Feb. 1496/7. 214. 1567. July 20. 1. Robert Vaughan of Wynforton, co. Hereford, esq. 2. David ap Rees of Stretton, co. Hereford. BARGAIN & SALE of a messuage or tenement and 8 acres of arable land in Clyfford now in the tenure of Thomas ap Rees and known as William Trehayrons land. 215. 1567/8. Feb.22. 1. John Bedo of Clyfford, gent., John William Bedo, son and heir of William John Bedo, deceased and Margaret verch Ievan, late wife of the said William John Bedo, deceased, of Clyfford, widow. 2. John Duppa of Whytney, gent. MORTGAGE of 8 acres of land in the lordship of Clyfford, lying in a field called the moore fylde (?) in a field called Kabalva, and in a field called the mydle filde; also one acre of meadow land lying in a place called Monke Pole. Consideration : 20 marks.

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216. 1575. June 28. 1. Robert Vaughan of Wynforton, co., Hereford, esq. 2. Eustace Thomas ap Rees. GIFT of a tenement and two closes of land lying in breadth between the lands of Thomas Hyat, gent., called losse, of the one part, and the highway of the other part, and extending from the lands of John Duppa called Quintene Croft in one end to the lands of the said Thomas Hiate called Koide e lake in the other end; and also two other acres of land lying in a place called Standell, all in the parish of Llanvayre e brynne in co., Hereford. 217. 1580/1. Jan.26. 1. David ap Rees of Clifford, yeoman. 2. Eustace ap Rees of Clifford. FEOFFMENT of a messuage or tenement with a garden attached thereto and eight acres of arable land in Clifford, called William Trehayrns land. 218. 1582/3. March 22. 1. Eustace ap Rees of the city of Hereford, cutler. 2. Richard Beale of Staundon, co., Hereford, yeoman, and David Jones of the same, draper. SETTLEMENT of messuages and lands in Clifford, to the use of the said Eustace and Catherine, his wife, and their heirs. 219. 1589. Aug. 20. 1. Eustace Whytney of Whytney, esq. 2. Eleanor Vaughan of Maiesloughe, co., Radnor, widow. ASSIGNMENT of two leases of the demesne lands of the manor of Clifford "for the payment of all debts due to Her Majesty as well for his primier seisin and for the accounts of Sir James Whytney, Kt., deceased late sheriff of the county of Hereford as also for the better maintenace of Margaret Whytney, now wife of the said Eustace Whytney".

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220. 1589. August 20. DUPLICATE of No. 219. 221. 1591. Nov. 20. ACQUITTANCE from John Fortescue, esq., Chancellor of the Exchequer to Eustace Whitney of Whitney, esq., for £300 in payment "of a more some" for the purchase of the manor of Clifford. 222. 1592. May 8. 1. Rt. Hon. John Fortescue, esq., chancellor of the Court of Exchequer. 2. Eustace Whitney of Whitney, esq. BARGAIN & SALE ENROLLED of the manor of Clifford formerly granted by the Queen By Letters Patent of 16 Feb. 1590/1, to John Willes of London, scrivenor, and Hercules Wytham of London, gent., and conveyed by them to the said John Fortescue. Consideration : £1,200 223. 1593. May 22. 1. Sir John Fortescue, Chancellor of the Court of Exchequer. 2. Eustace Whitney of Whitney, esq. QUITCLAIM of the manor of Clifford in consideration of the said E.W. having paid to J.F. the sum of £600 being the balance of the full sum of £1,200 being the purchase price mentioned in an Indenture of Bargain and Sale between the said parties dated 8 May, 1592. 224. [16th cent.] SCHEDULE INDENTED setting forth the uses of Deed of Feoffment (originally annexed to the Schedule, but not included here) in which the parties named are Richard Whitney, John Bedowe and Elan Thomas. Endorsed : "Bedoes land in Clifford" 225. 1602. Sept.28. 1. William Bedowe of Clifford, yeoman. 2. Lewys ap Thomas of Clifford, husbandman. MORTGAGE of 4 1/2 acres of arable land and 1/2 acre of pasture in Clifford, three acres of which lie in a place called the Romaynehill and one half acre of pasture lies in the same Romaynehill Consideration : £5. 10.0.

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226. 1602. Sept. 28. 1. William Bedowe of Clifford, yeoman, Robert Prychard of Clifford, gent., and Simon Bedowe of the same, husbandman. 2. Lewis ap Thomas. Bond in 20 marks for the performance of covenants contained in a pair of Indentures of equal date. 227. 1604. Nov. 9. 1. William Bedowe of Clifford, yeoman. 2. Eustace Whitney of Whitney, esq. FEOFFMENT of a messuage, tenement, garden and orchard called Bedowes house and Orchard together with all other lands belonging thereto in the lordship and parish of Clifford. Consideration : £30. 228. 1605. May 13. EXEMPLIFICATION of proceedings in an action in the King's Bench between William Parry, plaintiff and Eustace Whitney, esq., concerning the seizure and unlawful detention by the said Eustace, 10 January, 1602/3, at a place called Clifford Wood, of two bullocks belonging to the said William Parry. 229. 1605. July 30. 1. Thomas John ap John of Clifford, yeoman. 2. Eustace Whitney of Whitney, esq. BOND in 100 marks for the release and peaceful possession of the park or wood called Clifford Park. 230. 1605. Sept. 11. 1. Watkin Lewis John Hugh of the parish Clifford. 2. Eustace Whitney of Whitney, esq. FEOFFMENT of a messuage, tenement and lands in the parish of Clifford. 231. 1605. Sept. 11. 1. Watkin Lewis John Hugh of the parish of Clifford, yeoman. 2. Eustace Whitney of Whitney, esq. BOND in £100 for the performance of covenants contained in a pair of Indentures of equal date.

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232. 1614. May 4. 1. Ambrose Elton of Hasyll, co., Hereford, gent. 2. Howell Prosser of Clifford, yeoman. BOND is £40 for the conveyance of a messuage or tenement in Clifford. 233. 1614. July 1. 1. Ambrose Elton, gent. 2. Howell Prosser of Clifford, husbandman. GIFT of the moiety of a messuage or tenement in the township of Clifford. 234. 1614. Sept. 13. 1. Howell ap Rosser of Clifford, husbandman. 2. Thomas Prosser John Howell of Clifford, gent. GIFT of a messuage or tenement where the said Howell ap Rosser now dwells in the township of Clifford. 235. 1614. Nov. 19. 1. Howell Prosser of Clifford, yeoman, and David Howel Prosser of the same, yeoman. 2. Thomas Prosser John Howel. BOND in £40 for the conveyance of a messuage and lands where the said Howel Prosser now dwells. 236. 1615. May 25. 1. Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney, Kt. 2. Edward Bulstrode of the Inner Temple, London, esq., and Anthony Bull, servant to James Whitelock of the Middle Temple, London, esq. MORTGAGE of the manor, castle and park of Clifford. Consideration : £2,200. 237. 1615. May 25. 1. Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney, Kt. 2. Edward Bullstrode of the Inner Temple, esql., and Anthony Bull, servant to James Whitnelock of the Middle Temply, esq. COUNTERPART of No. 236.

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238. 1615/6. Feb. 15. 1. Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney, Kt Edward Bullestrod of the Inner Temple, esq. and Anthony Bull, servant to James Whitlocke of the Middle Temple, esq. 2. Lady Constance Lucy of Highcleere, co., Southampton, widow, and Richard Lucy, her son and heir. BARGAIN & SALE of the castle manor and park of Clifford. Consideration £2,000. 239. 1617. May 7. 1. Richard Lucy, esq., son of the Lady Constance Lucy of Highcleere, co., Southampton, widow. 2. The said Lady Constance Lucy. QUITCLAIM of the manor, castle and park of Clifford. 240. 1618. Oct. 14. 1. Lady Constance Lucy of Highclere, co., Southampton, widow. 2. Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney, Kt. 3. William Allen of London, esq., and Richard Knightley of Preston Capes, co., Northampton, esq. SETTLEMENT of the manor, castle and park of Clifford to the use of the said Sir Robert Whitney and Lady Anne, his wife (daughter of the said Lady Constance Lucy) with remainder to their son Robert Whitney and his heirs male, and in deault thereof, to the use of the other heirs male of the said Sir Robert Whitney and Lady Anne Whitney. 241. 1618. Nov. 14. 1. Eustace Jones of the parish of Whitney, gent., Elizabeth, his wife, and Robert Jones his son and heir. 2. Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney Court, Kt. QUITCLAIM of a close in the parish of Llannevaire y brynne, otherwise Clifford. 242. 1625/6. March 8. 1. Lady Constance Lucy of Highclere, d co., Southampton, widow. 2. Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney, Kt. 3. William Allen of London, esq., and Richard Knightley of Preston Capes, co., Northampton, esq.

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contd/. 242. 1625/6. March 8. COVENANT TO STAND SEISED TO USES of the manor of Clifford, the park called Clifford Park and lands in Clifford except Clifford Castle and the Castle Green --- in consideration of a marriage already had between the said Sir Robert Whitney and the Lady Anne, his wife, daughter of the said Lady Constance. 243. 1628/9. Feb. 4. 1. John Vaughan of Courtefeelde in the parish of Biggnor, co., Monmouth, esq. 2. John Eustace of the parish of Clifford, yeoman. LEASE for 21 years of a messuage or tenement in St. Mary Hill within the priory fee of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Clifford. 244. 1630. April 24. 1. John Vaughan of Courtfield, co., Monmouth, esq. 2. James Rosser of Clifford, yeoman. LEASE for 21 years of a messuage and lands called the Kyver, the Bromy Close, Parva Pella, the Well Meadow the Poole meadow, the Plock upon Wyeside, the over close, the close by John Tyler's house and Maes y Parke yssa, all in the parish of Clifford, alias Llanvayr y Bryn. 245. 1630. July 10. RECEIPT from Thomas Prosser John Howell of Clifford, yeoman, and James Prosser, his son and heir, to Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney Court, Kt., and for £17 for a house, barn and lands in Clifford. 246. 1630/1. March 9. 1. Christopher Donne of Clifford, gent. 2. Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney Court, Kt. BOND in £30 for the performance of covenants contained in a pair of Indentures of equal date. 247. 1631/2. Feb. 10. 1. Eustace* Whitney of Clifford, gent. 2. Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney Court, Kt. BARGAIN & SALE of a meadow called Closse meadow, containing four acres in the parish of Llannevaire y brynne in the fee of Clifford. Consideration : £46.

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248. 1631/2. Feb. 10. RECEIPT from Eustace Whitney of Clifford, gent., to Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney Court, Kt., for £46 due for a certain meadow called Closse meadow in the fee and precincts of Clifford. 249. 1633/4. Feb. 1. 1. William Thomas of Milhaughe in the parish of Whitney, miller. 2. Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney, Kt. BOND in £18 for the performance of covenants contained in a pair of Indentures of Bargain and Sale of equal date. 250. 1637. Sept. 10. 1. Howell William of the parish of Clifford, yeoman, Rees Phillips of Clodocke, co., Hereford, yeoman, and James Phillips of Peterchurch, co., Hereford, yeoman. 2. Sir Robert Whitney, Kt. BOND in 5300 for the performance of covenants contained in a pair of Indentures of equal date. 251. 1637. Nov. 23. 1. Eustace Jones of Whitney, gent., Elizabeth, his wife, and Robert Jones his son and heir. 2. Robert Whitney of Whitney, Kt., and William Bowdler of Ludlow, gent. MORTGAGE of a meadow called Gossingtons Meadow in the parish of Clifford. Consideration : £53. 252. 1637/8. Feb. 9. 1. Walter Beddoes of the parish of Llannevaire y brynne, alias Clifford, corviser. 2. Sir Robert Whitney, Kt. BOND in £24 for the performance of covenants contained in a pair of Indentures of equal date. 253. 1638/9. Feb. 28. 1. Eustace Jones of the parish of Whitney and Robert Jones, his son and heir. 2. Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney Court, Kt. BOND in £160 for the quiet possession d of a close of meadow or pasture called Gossingtons Meadow in the parish of Llannevaire y brynne, alias Clifford.

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254. 1638/9. March 4. 1. Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney, Kt. 2. William Philip of the parish of Bettous Clyrowe, co., Radnor, Yeoman. LEASE for 6 years of the capital messuage and appurtenances called the Lower Courte in Clifford, a meadow called Poole Meadowe a parcel of arable land in Clifford called the Close under the hill together with cattle, wains, goods and implements as specified in a schedule annexed. 255. 1639. March 10. 1. Richard Rogers of London, yeoman. 2. Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney,Kt. BARGAIN & Sale of a tenement or cottage and lands in the parish of Clifford. (Incomplete) 256. 1639. May 28. 1. Joanna Price of the parish of Brongwenne, co., Radnor, widow, sister and heir of John Phillpotte, citizen and merchant tailor of London, deceased. 2. Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney, Kt. BARGAIN & SALE of a messuage or tenement and orchard in Clifford adjoining to the castle there; one parcel of arable land and one little garden adjoining thereto, near adjoining the said messuage, one parcel of pasture and wood ground lying in a certain parcel of ground called the Tonne; and one parcel of pasture ground ling in a close called the Broniey close. Consideration : £42. 257. 1639. May 28. RECEIPT from Joanna Price of Brongwenne, co., Radnor, widow, to Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney, Kt., for £42 payable to her for one messuage or tenement in Clifford containing about 3/4 acre, one parcel of arable land and one litle garden adjoining, containing one acre, a parcel of pasture and woody ground containing 2 1/2 acres and a parcel of pasture ground containing half an acre, and for her right and title in all other lands in the parish of Llannevaire y brynne, alias Clifford.

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258. 1639. May 28. POWER OF ATTORNEY from Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney, Kit., to John Bythell of Whitney, gent., to take and receive from Joanna Price of Brongwenne, co., Radnor, widow, The premises mentioned in No. 257. 259. 1648. April 16. 1. William Bowdler of Ludlow, co., Salop. 2. Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney,Kt. QUITCLAIM of a close of meadow or pasture called Gossingtons meadow in the parish of Clifford. 260. 1647. Dec. 10. 1. Sir Richard Lucy of Broxborne, co., Hertford, Kt., and Bart. 2. Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney, Kt., Robert Whitney, esq., his eldest son and heir, Richard Whitney, gent., Thomas Whitney, gent., and Francis Whitney, gent., his younger sons. DECLARATION & APPOINTMENT touching The sum of £260 par of a principal sum of money due for arrears of rent of Clifford, and £200 due upon an obligation wherein the said Sir Robert Whitney and Robert Whitney stood bound to the said Sir Richard Lucy. All which the said Sir Richard does "out of the natural love and affection which he beareth unto Dame Anna Whitney, wife of the said Sir Robert Whitney, his, the said Sir Richard Lucy’s,dearly beloved Sister". 261. 1647/8. Feb. 1. 1. Sir Robert Whitney, Kt. 2. Roger Beynon of the parish of Clifford, yeoman. LEASE for 21 years of a house or cottage, a close of arable land containing two acres adjoining the said cottage, another parcel of arable land containing one ace lying in a filed called the Upp ffielde and another parcel of arable land containing one acre lying in a field called Byford -- all in the parish of Clifford.


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