Catalogue description Short title: Weblin v Hyde. Plaintiffs: Richard Weblin of South Denchworth, Berkshire,...

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Details of C 78/122/10
Reference: C 78/122/10
Description:

Short title: Weblin v Hyde.

Plaintiffs: Richard Weblin of South Denchworth, Berkshire, William Weblyn his son, Richard Tubb, husbandman and Ellen Elton, widow of William Elton deceased.

Defendants: George Hyde esq, lord of the manor of Lovedays in South Denchworth and Hide in North Denchworth, Berkshire, and Thomas Stratton, his steward.

Subject of decree: Refusal to admit plaintiffs to their copyholds: customs of the manor.

Date of decree: 31 May 42 Eliz.

Date: 1600 May 31
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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