MOLLAND : KNOWSTONE : EAST and WEST ANSTEY BISHOP'S NYMPTON
|Title:||MOLLAND : KNOWSTONE : EAST and WEST ANSTEY BISHOP'S NYMPTON|
Demise for 1,000 years, in trust to raise £1,500
(1) John Chichester of Arlington, otherwise Athrington, esq.
Elizabeth, his wife (one of the 2 daughters of John Courtenay, the elder, late of West Molland, esq., dec'd, and one of the 2 sisters and heirs at law of John Courtenay, the younger, late of West Molland, esq., also dec'd)
(2) John Pyne of East Down, esq.
John Basset of Yanton [Heanton ?] Court, esq.
The undivided moiety, deemed to be the estate of John Chichester and Elizabeth, in the right of Elizabeth, of and in the manors of Molland Botreaux and Knowstone Beaples, in Molland, Knowstone, East and West Ansty, and Bishops Nympton; and of and in the manors of Molland Champson, alias Champeaux [in Molland], and Martinhoe, alias Martinshow, alias Mattinhoe [Martinhoe] and Ruccombe, in Cruwys Morchard
Also of and in other lands in Molland, Twitchen, Bishops Nympton, West Ansty, Knowstone, Rose Ash, Rackenford [all the above in Devon]; and in Sampford Bret, Saint Decumans, Stoke Gumber, Cuttcombe, Winford, Dullverton, Timbercombe, Luckham, all in Somerset.
|Date:||16 May, 1748 21 George II|
|Held by:||North Devon Record Office, not available at The National Archives|