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D/DU 514/29/31
Level: Fonds MANORIAL RECORDS OF FOULNESS.
Level: Series Transcripts and translations of documents in the National Archives

Level: Item
Reference Code D/DU 514/29/31
Dates of Creation c.1849
Scope and Content Copy Pre-nuptial Settlement (Lease [not copied] and Release), 26 and 27 Aug.1662, for 10,000

(i) Charles Earl of Warwick, and s. Charles Lord Rich; (ii) William Earl of Devonshire, and Mount joy, Earl of Newport (iii) Edward Earl of Manchester, Lord Chamberlain, Henry Viscount Mansfield, s. and h. of Wm, Marquis of Newcastle, Rob., Lord Bruce, s. and h of Thomas Earl of Elgin, and sir Francis Gerrard of Harrow on the Hill (co. Middx); (iv) John, Lord Roberts, Lord Privy Seal, William Pierrepont, esq. brother of Harry, Lord Marquis of Dorchester, Sir chas Harbord, Surveyor General and Sir Lancelot Lake of Canons (co. Middx); (v) George Montague, esq., brother of Edw., Earl of Manchester, Francis Botteller of Lincolns Inn (co. Middx), esq., and William Jessopp of Clerkenwell (co. Middx)

Honour of Rayleigh; hundreds of Rochford, Ongar and Harlow; rectory impropriate of Felsted; manors of Leeze alias Leeze Priory alias Leeze Le Riche [in Lt. Leighs], Braintree, Felsted with Grandecourtes, Broomfield, Patchinghall with the Hide, and Woodhall [both in Broomfield], Warners Astlins [in Great Waltham], Whelperstons and Camsey [Camsix], [both in Felsted], Slampsey [in Black Notley], Great Waltham, Littley [in Great Waltham], Breames and Moulsham [both in Great Leighs], Rochford, Rayleigh Southchurch, Eastwood, Hawkwell, Foulness, Doggetts alias Upwicke [in Rochford], S.Shoebury, Hockley, Sutton Temple, Butlers [in Shopland], and moiety of manor of Shopland; parks and enclosed grounds called Leeze Park, Little Park [?Littley Park in Great Waltham], Pond Park [? in Felsted] and Rochford Park; messuage called Boldams Barne in Rochford, now or late in occupation of John hemings; messuage called Combs in Rochford, Eastwood and [Lt.] Stambridge now or late in occupation of Mathias Armiger; lands called Campfield and Storwdwicke [Stroud Green] in Rochford, now or late in occupation of John Turner; messuages called Doggetts, Upwicke and Swyanes in Rochford, Hawkwell and [?Gt or Lt] Stambridge, now or late in occs of Thomas Browne, Thimble Creek and [blank] Donnell, wid.; lands called Frith Lands, Great Dounes and Mintons in Rochford, in occs of Thomas Duffield, Otho Proctor and Daniel Camplin; Rochford Watermill now or late in occupation of Hellen Garrington, wid.; lands called Tyle Kill and Stroadwicke in Rochford, Hawkwell, [?Gt or Lt.] Stambridge and Canewdon, now or late in occupation of Thomas Wood; tenement called Lockerhill [Lock's Hill] in Rochford, now or late in occupation of William Thoroughgood; lands called Haggell Land in Rayleigh, now or late in occupation of William Spittie and Michael Dagrett; farms and marsh lands called Foulness Hall now or late in occupation of Richard Westwood and William Spranger, Arundell Marsh alias Andes Marsh and Eastwick, both now or late in occupation of Thomas Hoddington, tenement called Demons now or late in occupation of William Corbee, Menken [Monkton] Barn and Ould Lodge now or late in occupation of William Spranger and Thomas Greene, Nase-wicke now or late in occupation of Richard Humfreys, Newicke now or late in occupation of Jeremy Justine, Newhouse now or late in occupation of Robert Reeve, Priestwood and Reedge [Ridge] Marsh, both now or late in occupation of Thomas Lodington, Shelford Marsh now or late in occupation of Henry Radley, all in Foulness; tenement called Hookes in Hockley, in occupation of Thomas Tirrel, gentleman and Hockley Windmill now or late in occupation of Henry Martin; lands called Papps Land in Great Wakering, now or late in occupation of William Hall; lands called Watermans and Gowerfield in Great Waltham Chignall and Broomfield, now or late in occupation of Humfrey Glascocke; farm called Abehill Park in Great Waltham and Barnston, now or late in occupation of Mary Naylor, wid.; lands called Old Park and Old Lawn in Great Waltham, Dunmow and barneston, now or late in occupation of Mary Naylor, wid.; lands called Old Park and Old Lawn in Great Waltham, Dunmow and Barneston, now or late in occs of George Napes, tho. Froster, John Ellis and tho. Archer; lands called Balckleyes, now or late in occs of Fortune Chalke; Mathew Browne, John Snow, Richard Horton, John Draper, William Hughes, tho. Nunn and Thomas Carter, Frenches Farm now or late in occupation of John Draper, Glanfields now or late in occupation of John Barnard, Eales alias Earles now or late in occupation of Thomas Nunn, all in Felsted; mills called Abehill MIll, and Waltham Upper, Middle and Nether Mills in Felsted and Great and Lt. Waltham, now or late in occs of William Child, Thomas Upshe, Francis Smith and Jehan Benson

To (ii) to be settled in the male issue of Chas, Lord Richard and w. Lady Anne Cavendish

10,000 paid ot Chas, Earl of Warwick as a jointure for Lady Anne

Recites: proposed marriage of Charles Lord Richard and Lady Anne Cavendish

Acknowlegements to :- Essex Record Office