Catalogue description Original surrender for £600, manor of Ringmer

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Reference: amsg/AMS5584/4
Title: Original surrender for £600, manor of Ringmer
Description:

Joshua Huggett of 7 York Buildings, Hastings, ironmonger, and John Philcox the younger of 18 South Street, Lewes, solicitor's clerk (executors of Dennett Huggett), to William Langham Christie [of Glyndebourne in Glynde, esq], lord of the manor of Ringmer

 

1 three cottages, cowlodge, barn and gardens at Green Street in the borough of Middleham, Ringmer, late Smart, before Edwards, before Halsted, quitrent 7d by apportionment (plan)

 

2 piece of land (30p) with two cottages and buildings on it, formerly part of the waste called Rushey Green in the borough of Middleham in Ringmer (S: the garden formerly James Edwards (1 above); N: a pond on the waste of the manor; E: Harris's Lane; W: Church Croft, late the Revd Francis Tutté), late Smart, before Edwards, quitrent 5s 0d (plan)

 

3 piece of land (290 feet E-W, 10 feet N-S), formerly part of the waste called Rushey Green in the borough of Middleham in Ringmer (N: 1 above; S: waste of the manor; E, W: running to points), late Smart, before Edwards, quitrent 1s 0d (plan)

 

to which JH and JP were admitted as executors of Dennett Huggett on 5 December 1879 and in exercise of the trust for sale in the will of Abigail Smart, registered at a court held on 9 December 1870

Date: 22 Jan 1894
Held by: East Sussex Record Office, not available at The National Archives
Former reference in its original department: AMS 5584/4
Language: English

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