Catalogue description Ind: Assignment of Lands for Dower   (1) Henry EARL of DOVER John, VISCOUNT ROCHFORD,...

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Reference: C 3248
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Ind: Assignment of Lands for Dower

 

(1) Henry EARL of DOVER John, VISCOUNT ROCHFORD, his son & heir

 

(2) Lady Mary COKAYNE, widow of Sir William, Alderman, decd.

 

(3) William COKAYNE of London, merchants

 

Mathewe CRADOCKE of London, merchants

 

Jacob PRICE of London, merchants

 

For 20/- (3) to (2).

 

Of Capital messuage in Broadstreet where (2) now lives in parish of St Peter the Poore; 2 mess, adjoining it in occ. of Thomas Clowes, & Samuel Rawlinson

 

AND Manor & Mansion house of Combe als. Combe Nevill, Surrey, & its appts. in C., Kingston upon Thames, & Norton, Surrey & all lands sold to (2) & W.C. by Sir Francis Vincent, 14 May 1608;

 

AND Manors of Denchworth als Dengeworth, Lovedayes, Southdenchworth, Southcott als Circott. & Hide, Berks. The Mansion house in Denchworth; Rectory or parsonage of Southdenchworth & the Advowson of the Vicarage of SDW.

 

AND Lady Croft Close in Baulking, als Bawking, als Battlekin, in Uffington, Berks.

 

AND Manor of Swepston, Leics, the advowson of S. & all lands In S., Nethercott & Beiston sold to Sir W.C. by Sir Thomas Humfrey, 14 July 1621.

 

AND Manor of Nethercott, Leics. & all its lands in N. & Nowton, sold by Sir T.H. to W.C., 22 Nov. 1611

 

AND Manor of Elmesthorpe, Leics & the lands called Highfield, & all appts in E. and Erleahilton sold by Sir John Harrington to W.C. 25 May 1611

 

AND Lands in Barton Seagrave, Northants. als Handred sold by Sir Leroys Pemberton & others for Nat. Humfrey to W.C.

 

1 July 1623 or 7 Dec. 1624.

 

AND All the tenements in Idle Alley & in other parts of parish of St. George the Martyr, Southwark, devised to Sir W.C. by his father by his will.

 

AND all other lands awarded to (2), of Sir William C., by the award of Thomas, Lord Coventry, Lord Keeper, dated 25 July (1628).

 

(2) With consent of (1) to (3) for 60 years if (2) should so long live, (3) to be her Trustees.

 

5 sigs of (1) & (3).

Date: 5 July 1630
Held by: Northamptonshire Archives, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Physical condition: Parchment.

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