Catalogue description Netheravon (Wiltshire): deeds of arable land called Her Highness' Acre, and lands in England's Field, near Whood's Baall [possibly Robin Hood's Ball on Salisbury Plain] and Church Mead Acre

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Details of D2455/T2/1/1
Reference: D2455/T2/1/1
Title: Netheravon (Wiltshire): deeds of arable land called Her Highness' Acre, and lands in England's Field, near Whood's Baall [possibly Robin Hood's Ball on Salisbury Plain] and Church Mead Acre
Description:

Bargain and sale of arable land called Her Highness' Acre, one acre in England's Field abutting on a barn called West Barn, one acre near Whood's Baall, and one acre called Church Mead Acre, in Netherhaven, now or late in the occupation of John Davies and Edward Reeve 11 November 33 Elizabeth I [1591] (Charles Bagehott of London, gentleman; Chidiock Wardour of St Martins in the Fields (Middlesex), esq); with copy made [late 18th century-early 19th century], which mistranscribes Bagehott as "Bagshott"

 

Copy of bargain and sale of one acre in England's Field abutting on a barn called West Barn, one acre near Whood's Baall, and one acre called Church Mead Acre in Netherhaven, in the tenure of John Davis and Edward Hern, (28 November 36 Elizabeth I [1593]), made [late 18th century-early 19th century] (Chidiock Wardour of St Martins in the Fields (Middlesex), esq; Richard Legg, Thomas Bushell, Simon Reive, Thomas Hearn the elder, Thomas Cooper, Thomas Spratt, Thomas Doleman, John Hatchman and John Sutton, all of Netheravon, yeomen); the original is apparently not present

 

Feoffment of lands including Her Highness' Acre and other arable lands in Englandes Feilde and Church Meade Acre, in Netheravon, 13 January 20 James I [1622/3] (Thomas Bushell of Netheravon, yeoman; Richard Leagg, Nathaniel Leagge, John Bushell, John Longe, Mathewe Bennett, Edmonde Hearne, Thomas Dike, Richarde Wallis, Thomas Doleman, Thomas Boughe, Robert Goodale and Roger Higgins)

 

Copy of feoffment of arable land called Her Highness' Acre, one acre in England's Field abutting on a barn called West Barn, one acre near Whood's Baall, and one acre called Church Mead Acre, in Netherhaven, 13 March 20 Charles II [1667/8] (John Herne of Netherhaven, baker, and Joseph Gille of Netherhaven, husbandman; Richard Legg of Grately (Hampshire), gentleman, Nathaniel Herne, Thomas Herne, Thomas Bache the younber, John Herne the younger, John Sprall, Daniel Gille, John Legg, Richard Rumsey the younger and Turman Dick, all of Netherhaven, yeomen, and James Samuel the younger of Lavington (Wiltshire), yeoman)

Date: 1591-1668
Held by: Gloucestershire Archives, not available at The National Archives
Former reference in its original department: National Register of Archives reference: MTD/1/1-2, MTD/28/1, MTD/39/1-2
Language: English
Physical description: 1 bundle (5 documents)

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