Catalogue description Debtor: Lawrence Strensham {Streynsham}, of Faversham in Kent [Faversham Hundred],...

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Details of C 131/101/23
Reference: C 131/101/23

Debtor: Lawrence Strensham {Streynsham}, of Faversham in Kent [Faversham Hundred], yeoman.

Creditor: John Bridge {Brugge}, a citizen and alderman of London.

Amount: £50.

Before whom: John Tate, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster.

When taken: 04/08/1514

First term: 01/02/1515

Last term: 01/02/1515

Writ to: Sheriff of Kent

Sent by: Chancery.

Endorsement: The reply of William Scott, knight, Sheriff: Lawrence Strensham was not found in the bailiwick; he has extended all his lands and tenements and seized them into the King's hands.

Note: Inquisition and return: Date to be returned: 26/04/1517. Attached is the inquisition made at Preston [in Preston Hundred] next to Faversham in Kent, on 25/03/1517, before William Scott, knight: Lawrence Strensham on the day of the recognisance was seised in demesne of: a messuage without a curtilage, together with two gardens adjacent, a dovecot in one of the gardens, two pieces of land containing about 33 acres, called Kateryn Croft, and another, called Heyronsfield, in the Parish of Preston next to Faversham, worth £4 5s. 4d.; also, of a garden in the Parish of Davington [in Faversham Hundred], worth altogether 8s. a year.
Date: 1516 Oct 2
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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