Debtor: Richard Tailor [deceased] of Harrietsham in Kent [Eyhorne Hundred], and William Cheseman [deceased] of Sandhurst in Kent [Selbrittenden Hundred]
Creditor: Henry Tailor, chaplain.
Before whom: William Walworth, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster.
When taken: 17/04/1383
First term: 29/09/1383
Last term: 29/09/1383
Writ to: Sheriff of Kent
Sent by: Chancery
Endorsement: Edmund Haute, Sheriff, replies that the response and execution of the writ appears in the extent. Richard Tailor and William Cheseman are dead.
Inquisition and return: Date given for return to Chancery: 24/06/1408. Attached is the extent made at Harrietsham in Kent on Wed., 13/06/1408 before Edmund Haute, Sheriff of Kent. Richard Tailor had on the day of the recognisance and afterwards a messuage at Farbourne in the parish of Harrietsham which is worth 2s. a year after two services; a messuage and a water-mill in the same parish worth, after expenses and two services, 12d a year; 10 acres of arable in the place called Melleland in the same parish worth 14s.; 1 acre and 1 virgate of arable in the place called Sepeacre in the same parish, worth, after two services, 20d a year: 1½ acres of arable land in the place called Joces in the same parish, worth, after two services, 20d a year; 2 acres of arable in the place called Woderede in the same parish worth 12d a year; 5 acres of arable in the place called la les and Shote, and 5 acres of arable in the place called Greenfield in the same parish, worth 13s. after two services; 2 acres of arable in Eastcroft; 1 acre of arable in leecroft, and a parcel of pasture in heghebroke in the same parish, worth 7s. after two services; 7 acres of arable in the place called Dounefield in the same parish worth 6s. 8d after 2 services; 1 acre of meadow in the place called Bondes ... worth 2s. 4d a year after two services; a garden called kemeshaghe worth.... 6 acres of arable in the same parish next to Brodehoke worth 6s. They have been seized into the King's hands. Dorse: Memo, the lands and tenements were handed over on 01/07/1408.