Catalogue description SUTTON: A 17th cent. Abstract of deeds concerning Sutton and Sandore including the following additional grants to the Abbey of Robertsbridge

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Details of SAS-M/1/671
Reference: SAS-M/1/671
Title: SUTTON: A 17th cent. Abstract of deeds concerning Sutton and Sandore including the following additional grants to the Abbey of Robertsbridge
Description:

(a) 1276. John the son and heir of William Marshall of Seford, pasture for 100 sheep in Sutton. (See SAS-M/1/348.)

 

(b) Oct., 1276. Hervy de Suthton, pasture for 100 sheep in Sutton which he bought of Hugh Hukechese and others

 

(c) 14 Hen. III. (1230). Thomas de Sekford, 13 ac. in Sutton (Fine.)

 

(d) Hugh de Friston and Mazeline his wife, 7 ac. in Sutton

 

(e) William Holt, all the land which he held of the Abbey in Sutton

 

(f) Luke, vicar of Sutton, 1 ac. in Sutton lying in Dunland

 

(g) Richard Sutton, 1 ac. in Sutton

 

(h) Gilbert le Fronke and Christian, daughter of William Holt, all their right in lands of William de Holt, with common pasture

 

(h) Gilbert de Fronke and Christian, daughter of William Holt, all their right in lands of William de Holt, with common pasture

 

(i) Luke, vicar of Sutton, 1 ac. in Silverlond which he held of Thomas Holt

 

(j) Hugh de Friston, a yearly rent of 1d. which Luke, sometime vicar of Sutton used to pay

 

(k) Hamo de Friston, 2 ac. in Sutton called Puckdeane and 1 ac. in Northalinden

 

(l) Hugh de Friston and Mazeline his wife, 1 ac. in Highland and a messuage in Sutton

 

(m) Warin son of Gerold, at the instance of Cecily de Averenches and William her son, the manor of Sutton near Seford to hold of them and their heirs saving the service of two knights

 

(n) Grant by Hugh de Fristone to Luke, vicar of Sutton, 1 ac. lying in Dunlande

 

(o) A deed from William de Averenches and Cecily his mother sent to William, Earl Warren, William, Earl of Sussex, and Gilbert de Aquila to be witnesses to their charters granting the manor of Sutton to the Abbot of Robertsbridge

 

(p) Robert Franke, son and heir of Cristyn Holt, all his right in the lands of William de Holt in Sutton

 

(q) Thomas the son of John Verboun, all his right in the manor of Sutton

Held by: East Sussex Record Office, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

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