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Extracts of the Manor of Crondall Customary of 1567 concerning the Terry Family

 

 

Concerning Robert Terry and Richard Terry his son

To the same court there held on the day and date above named, came Richard Terry, who holds in like manner according to the custom of the manor, a messuage, garden, orchard, and a virgate of land with appurtenances in Crokeham, viz., two closes called East feald and Le middle feald containing between them 15 acres of land, two other closes called Brokle close containing 6 acres, another close called Trypelettes close containing 7 acres of land, two other closes called Hytches containing between them 8 acres of land, a meadow called Le More mead containing 6 acres of land and meadow, another close called Haldershott containing 4 acres. Which aforesaid messuage, garden, orchard, lands, tenements, woods, underwoods, etc., all and singular the premises with appurtenances, the Lord granted to the said Richard after the death of Robert Terrye his father. And now in the said court the aforesaid Richard Terry surrendered the said messuage, &c., with appurtenances into the hands of the lord, with the intention that the lord should regrant the said messuage, &c., with appurtenances to the said Richard Terry, his heirs and assigns, according to the custom of the manor, &c., and declared. And upon this the lord by his steward granted to the said Richard seizin of all and singular the premises with appurtenances. To have and to hold the aforesaid messuage &c., with appurtenances to the said Richard, his heirs and assigns, according to the custom, &c., and declared. Paying therefor yearly 21s. and the other burdens and services therefor due by the said indentures. And he shall give to the lord as a heriot when it happens according to the form of the said indentures, his best animal. And in like manner the heirs and assigns of the said Richard Terry shall give to the lord as a fine when it falls according to the form of the said indentures, 4s. and not more. And the said Richard gave to the lord as a fine for such entrance thereupon had, 4s., and for a heriot a cow of a browne colour. Which aforesaid fine and heriot the lord of his special grace pardoned and regave to him, and he did fealty to the lord and was admitted tenant thereof.

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To the same court there held on the day and year above named, came the same Richard Terry, who holds in like manner according to the custom of the manor, two other messuages, two gardens, two orchards, and two fardels of land with appurtenances in Crokeham, viz., four crofts adjoining to the said messuage containing between them 6 acres of land, a croft called Kinge's croft containing 3 acres, two groves of wood one of which is called Pitmore and the other Sheape reade containing between them 6 acres of wood. Which aforesaid messuages, gardens, orchards, lands, tenements, closes, woods, underwoods, etc., all and singular the premises with appurtenances, the lord granted to the said Richard after the death of Robert Terry, his father. And now in the said court the aforesaid Richard surrendered the said messuages, &c., with appurtenances into the hands of the lord, with the intention that the lord should regrant the aforesaid messuages, &c., to the said Richard Terry, his heirs and assigns, according to the custom, &c., and declared. And upon this the lord by his steward granted to the said Richard seizin of all and singular the premises with appurtenances. To have and to hold the aforesaid messuages, &c., with appurtenances to the said Richard, his heirs and assigns, according to the custom, &c., and declared. Paying therefor yearly to the said Dean, &c., portions, viz., for the aforesaid messuages and the two fardels of land, 10s. and for the croft called Kyng's croft, 9d. and the other burdens and services therefor due by the said indentures. And he shall give to the lord as a heriot when it happens according to the form of the said indentures, his best animal. And in like manner the heirs and assigns of the said Richard shall give to the lord as a fine when it falls according to the form of the said indentures, viz., for Le King's croft aforesaid, 9d. and for the rest of the premises, 4s. and not more. And the said Richard gave to the lord as a fine for such entrance thereupon had, 4s. 9d., and for a heriot a steer of a black colour. Which aforesaid fine and heriot the lord of his special grace pardoned and regave to him, and he did fealty to the lord and was admitted tenant thereof.

Concerning Richard Terry and his presumed son John.

To the same court there held on the day and year above named, came John Terry, who holds in like manner according to the custom of the manor, a cottage with a curtilage adjoining, containing an acre, with appurtenances in Longe Sutton. Which aforesaid cottage with the aforesaid curtilage and appurtenances, the lord granted to the said John after the surrender of Richard Terry.

Concerning Richard Terry and his presumed son Stephen

To the same court there held on the day and year above named, came Stephen Terry, who holds in like manner according to the custom of the manor, a toft of a messuage, and two hides of land, formerly Byflete's; with appurtenances in Sutton Warblington; viz., in the field called Le commen hide 12 acres of land, a close near Le sheape howse lying in the field called Le Inner hide containing 20 acres, another close called Le brode close containing 24 acres of land, a close called Le heathe close containing 16 acres, a close called Russhe furlonge containing 7 acres of land, another close called Russhe furlonge containing 8 acres of land, and another close called Russhe furlonge containing 9 acres of land. Which aforesaid toft, lands, tenements, closes, etc., all and singular the premises with appurtenances the lord granted to the said Stephen, after the surrender of Richard Terry.

Concerning Stephen Terry

STEPHEN TERRYE, for land and meadow called Kerishem, held of the aforesaid lord by indentures for a term of years not yet completed; pays yearly, 13s. 4d.

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STEPHEN TERRY, for the messuage and fardel of land above mentioned, pays yearly to the aforesaid Richard Alleyne, his heirs and assigns, at the said feasts, 6s. 8d.; paying also to the lord of the manor at the said feasts, 4 1/2d. And the heirs and assigns of the said Stephen shall give as a fine when it falls, 26s. 8d.; and to the lord as a heriot when it happens, his best animal.

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To the same court held on the day and year above named, came Stephen Terry, who holds in like manner according to the custom of the manor, a messuage, a garden, and half a virgate of land with appurtenances in Yateley, called Bromehams; viz., a close called Barneclose containing 4 acres, a meadow called Bromeham's meade containing 1 1/2 acre, a close called Brode close containing 6 acres, a close called Somercroft containing 10 acres, a close called Rye Earshe containing 5 acres, a close called Stoney croft containing 4 acres, a close called Heath croft containing 2 acres, and a marsh called Frogmore containing 2 acres. Which aforesaid messuage, garden, lands, tenements, etc., all and singular the premises with appurtenances the lord granted to the said Stephen, after the death of William Terrye. And now in the said court the said Stephen surrendered the aforesaid messuage, &c., with appurtenances into the hands of the lord, with the intention that the lord should regrant the aforesaid messuage, &c., with appurtenances to the said Stephen, his heirs and assigns, according to the custom of the manor in the said indentures specified and declared. And upon this the lord by his steward granted seizin to the said Stephen of all and singular the premises with appurtenances. To have and to hold the aforesaid messuage, &c., with appurtenances to the said Stephen, his heirs and assigns, according to the custom of the manor specified in the aforesaid indentures. Paying therefor
yearly to the said [Page 281] Dean and Chapter, their successors and assigns, at the aforesaid feasts by equal portions, 7s. 4d., and for a certain rent called Rye silver, 20d., and the other burdens and services therefor due by the said indentures. And he shall give to the lord as a heriot when it happens according to the form of the said indentures, his best animal. And in like manner the heirs and assigns of the aforesaid Stephen shall give to the lord as a fine when it falls according to the form of the indentures, 7s. 6d., and not more. And the same Stephen gave to the lord as a fine for such entrance thereupon had, 7s. 6d., and for a heriot, a bull of a browne colour. Which aforesaid fine and heriot the lord of his special grace pardoned and regave to him, and he did fealty to the lord and was admitted tenant thereof.

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To the same court there held on the day and year above named, came Stephen Terry, who holds in like manner according to the custom of the manor, a messuage, garden, orchard, and a virgate of land, with appurtenances in Sutton Warblington; viz., certain closes adjoining the said messuage containing between them 7 acres, another close called Le Haylie close containing 3 acres, a close in the south field near Easter's hedge containing 3 acres, a close in Le hooke containing 3 acres, in the west field 11 acres, in the south field 9 acres, in the field called Canny downe 2 acres, in the field called Sutton's downe 5 acres, and in the field called Le Nue downe 2 acres, near Le mylle wey. Which aforesaid messuage, garden, orchard, closes, lands, tenements, etc., all and singular the premises with appurtenances, the lord granted to the said Stephen, after the surrender of Thomas Whealer. And now in the aforesaid court the said Stephen surrendered the aforesaid messuage, &c., with appurtenances into the hands of the lord, with the intention that the lord should regrant the said messuage, &c., with appurtenances to the aforesaid Stephen, his heirs and assigns, according to the custom of the manor in the aforesaid indentures specified and declared. And upon this the lord by his steward granted to the said Stephen seizin of all and singular the premises with appurtenances. To have and to hold the aforesaid messuage, &c., with appurtenances to the said Stephen Terry, his heirs and assigns, according to the custom, &c., and declared. Paying therefor yearly to the said Dean, &c., 16s., and the other burdens and services therefor due by the said indentures. And he shall give to the lord as a heriot, when it happens according to the form of the indentures, his best animal. And in like manner the heirs and assigns of the said Stephen shall give to the lord as a fine when it falls according to the form of the aforesaid indentures, 3s. 4d., and not more. And the said Stephen gave to the lord as a fine for such entrance thereupon had, 3s. 4d., and for a heriot, a cow of a browne colour. Which aforesaid fine and heriot the lord of his special grace pardoned and regave to him, and he did fealty to the lord and was admitted tenant thereof.

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To the same court there held on the day and year above named, came Stephen Terry, who holds in like manner according to the custom of the manor, a toft of a messuage, and two hides of land, formerly Byflete's; with appurtenances in Sutton Warblington; viz., in the field called Le commen hide 12 acres of land, a close near Le sheape howse lying in the field called Le Inner hide containing 20 acres, another close called Le brode close containing 24 acres of land, a close called Le heathe close containing 16 acres, a close called Russhe furlonge containing 7 acres of land, another close called Russhe furlonge containing 8 acres of land, and another close called Russhe furlonge containing 9 acres of land. Which aforesaid toft,lands, tenements, closes, etc., all and singular the premises with appurtenances the lord granted to the said Stephen, after the surrender of Richard Terry. And now in the same court the aforesaid Stephen Terry surrendered the aforesaid toft, &c., with appurtenances into the hands of the lord, with the intention that the lord should regrant the said toft, &c., with appurtenances to the said Stephen, his heirs and assigns, according to the custom of the manor in the aforesaid indentures specified and declared. And upon this the lord by his steward granted to the said Stephen seizin of all and singular the premises with appurtenances. To have and to hold the aforesaid toft, &c., with appurtenanCes to the said Stephen, his heirs and assigns, according to the custom, &c., and declared. Paying therefor yearly to the said Dean, &c., 20s., and the other burdens and services therefor dueby the said indentures. And he shall give to the lord as a heriot when it happens according to the form of the said indentures, his best animal. And in like manner the heirs and assigns of the said Stephen shall give to the lord as a fine when it falls according to the form of the said indentures, 26s. 8d., and not more. And the same Stephen gave to the lord as a fine for such entrance thereupon had, 26s. 8d., and for a heriot, an ox of a redd colour. Which aforesaid fine and heriot the lord of his special grace pardoned and regave to him, and he did fealty to the lord and was admitted tenant thereof.

 

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