Catalogue description East Kent Order Book, Adjourned Midsummer Sessions 1658

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Details of Q/SO/E1/f.35
Reference: Q/SO/E1/f.35
Title: East Kent Order Book, Adjourned Midsummer Sessions 1658

Thomas Scrugges


He was illegally sent by the mayor of Faversham to Lynsted to be settled. The court discharges Lynsted and orders him to be conveyed to Faversham.


Milton Inhabitants Sess for the Poor


Complaints has been made to the court of the unequal sess made for the relief of the poor of Milton. The court orders houses and land in the parish of the yearly value of £6 be assessed as £100 goods and so proportionately. 'For the stocke of lands there double the rent of the said lands by the year'. The present sess void and a new one to be made.


John Adams the tenant of the County Lands


Thomas Scott, Thomas St. Nicholas and Thomas Monyns, esquires, justices of the peace or two of them, including Thomas St. Nicholas, to take the account of John Adams of Elmsted, the present tenant of the county's land there for his disbursements for the property and also lease the property to John Adams under such provisions as they think fit.


Katherine Thomas


Complaint has been made to the court by Katherine Thomas of Newington next Sittingbourne, widow, of her unequal assessment for the relief of the poor. Ordered that Sir Michael Livesey, bart., John Osborne and Michael Belke, esquires, justices of the peace, or any two of them, examine the matter and make such order for her relief as they shall think fit.


Mr. May to get the late Acts of Parliament


Richard May, gent., Treasurer of the gaol and house of correction for the Eastern parts shall buy the late Acts of Parliament called Mr. Scobell's Acts., for the court of sessions.


Inhabitants of Holy Cross, Westgate


[Similar entry as at Midsummer Sessions 1657, ff. 25-26]

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Language: English

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