Catalogue description Short title: Mayor of Faversham v Hannots. Plaintiffs: Mayor, jurors and commonality of...
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Short title: Mayor of Faversham v Hannots.
Plaintiffs: Mayor, jurors and commonality of the town of Faversham (Kent).
Defendants: Joanne, Lady Hannots (the wife of the late Henry Hack/Hatche/Hatch) and Henry Goldsmith (alias Henry Finch) and others.
Subject: to establish a devise to the corporation. A messuage, garden and lands in Faversham, Kent, late the estate of Henry Hack/Hache/Hatch and all other of his lands and tenements in the Isle of Hartye [Isle of Harty], Illysham, Gastlinge [Eastling], Odemere and Brede, all of which (after the decease of his wife) he devised to the mayor, jurors and commonalty in fee for the benefit of the corporation, repairing the harbour and highways thereof.
Document type: [Pleadings].
|Date:||Between 1558 and 1603|
|Held by:||The National Archives, Kew|
|Legal status:||Public Record(s)|
|Closure status:||Open Document, Open Description|
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