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Manor of Northstoke... Manor of Northstoke
Deeds concerning the Manor of Northstock, or Northstoke, Som.
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Decree concerning the tithes of Northstoke farm between John Seymour and Roderige Lewellin
Copy of Letters Patent concerning the manor of Northstoke, lately in the possession of the monastery of Bath and site of the manor of Kidbroke, lately in the possession of the monastery of Blessed Mary of Overy in Surrey Sir John Seymour, 7th June 2 James 1
Grant of entail concerning the manor of Northstoke - Thomas Seymour of Frampton Cotterel, Glos to John Seymour, son of Thomas Seymour on the marriage of Anne Poulett and Sir John Seymour, 5th October 10 James 1.
Mortgage of manor of Northstoke - Sir John Seymour of Bitton and William Powlett of Cottles and Thomas Sadlier of Cottles to Thomasine Owfield of London
Assignment of lands at Northstoke - Sir John Seymour, Thomas Seymour, Gabriel Seymour and Henry Symes to John Haggatt of Bristol and Giles Earle, gent, of Bristol
Final concord concerning the manor of Northstoke - John Haggatt and Giles Earle and John Seymour, Thomas Seymour, Gabriel Seymour and Henry Symes
Lease for 21 years of land at Northstoke - Sir John Seymour of Bitton and Thomas Seymour to John Kyles of Devizes, mercer
Lease for 99 years of several pieces of land part of the manor of Northstoke - Sir John Seymour of Bitton, Thomas Seymour to Thomas Ivy of Abbey House, lately part of the dissolved monastery of Malmesbury
Re-demise and copart of all lands leased in previous named lease, Thomas Ivy to Sir John Seymour
Mortgage - Sir John Seymour and Thomas his son and Richard Crumps, soapmaker of Bristol, 26th October 13 Charles II.
Settlement - Sir John Seymour to Thomas Rodbourne of Beardwick in Abson, a yeoman and John Britton of Northstoke in trust for Thomas Seymour, 13th June 15 Charles II.
Release - Sir John Seymour to Thomas Rodbourne of Abson and John Britton of Northstoke, 13th June 15 Charles II.
Lease - Sir John Seymour to Mary Kyles of Devizes, a widow, 24th September 15 Charles II.
Assignment of Mortgage - Thomasine Goodwin of Bletchingley, widow and Thomas Manning to William Hayes of Devizes and William Webb of Marshfield
Assignment of mortgage - Andrew Owen of Dublin, Margaret Oldfield one of the daughters of Sir Samuel Oldfield and Thomasine Goodwin another daughter of Sir Samuel to Sir Thomas Ivy
Grant of all the manor of Northstoke - John Seymour of London to Richard Kettleby of New Inn, gent., and Robert Egleton of Clements Inn, 10th October 27 Charles II.
Deed to lead the uses of a fine - John Seymour of London, John Kettleby of New Inn, Middlesex and Robert Egleton of Clements Inn and William Eyton and John Bowles of London and Thomas Edwards
Record from Court Baron concerning lease between Andrew Innys and John England of Bristol, merchant
Copy conveyance - John Seymour of London, William Jones of Westerleigh, Joseph Yate and Robert Leeke to John England of Bristol merchant and Andrew Innys of Bristol, gent., 10th November 27 Charles I
Assignment of a mortgage - John Rushworth of Westminster and John Higden, executors of the will of Sir Thomas Ivie, late of Malmesbury Abbey to William Poulett, Richard Streamer and Richard Hart in trust for John Seymour
Assignment of mortgage - Mary Iles of Devizes, widow, William Hayes, William Webb of Marshfield, gent, to John Seymour of London, William Powlett, Richard Streamer and Richard Hart of Bristol.
Mortgage - John Seymour, William Eyton, John Bowles of London and Thomas Edwards of Bristol to Charles Ridley of Doynton gent., and Richard Christmas of Bristol, merchant
Mortage - John Seymour and others to George Baron of London, merchant
Surrender of lease - John England of Bristol, merchant to John Seymour
Mortgage - John Seymour of London and George Baron of London, merchant
Agreement for a lease of the farm of Northstoke called Walker's tenement
Bond - Thomas Edwards of Bristol, gent., and Richard Ridley of Doyton and John Wickham of Pucklechurch and John Seymour to repay £350
Assignment of mortgage - George Baron of London, merchant to John Seymour and Thomas Earle
Mortgage - John Seymour and Thomas Earle of Bristol.
Articles of agreement to convey the manor of Northstoke for £3000 - John Seymour to Thomas Earle
Lease and Release - John Seymour, William Eyton, John Bowles Thomas Edwards to Thomas Earle, the elder and Thomas Earle, the younger. With final concord
Copy assignment - John Seymour, William Eyton, John Bowles, Thomas Edwards to Thomas Earle, the younger
Transfer of Mortgage - John Seymour and Richard Crumpe of Bristol, soapboiler to Thomas Earle of Bristol, merchant
Release of equity and redemption of mortgage - John Seymour and Thomas Earle of Bristol, the elder
Petition to the Lord Chancellor by Thomas Earle concerning encumbrances, etc., on the manor of Northstoke which was sold to Thomas Earle by John Seymour
Copart covenant - Thomas Edwards of Bristol, gent, and Thomas Earle, merchant concerning an assignment by Sr. Thomas Seymour
Answer by John Seymour to Thomas Earle to his Bill of Complaint
Copy of will of Sir Thomas Earle of Bristol, merchant
Mortgage - Richard Ward and Andrew Innys
Conveyance - Andrew Innys to Richard Ward of a house and land at Northstoke
Covenant to pay £1200 out of the estate of Northstoke, Lady Ellinor Earle and Thomas Earle
Copy of will of Thomas Earle of Bristol, merchant
Release - Giles Earle, son of Sir Thomas Earle to his brother Thomas Earle
Lease and Release - Dame Ellinor Earle, widow of Thomas Earle to Thomas Earle of lands at Northstoke in consideration of £1160
Covenant to assign encumbrances on the manor of Northstoke Giles Earle to Thomas Earle
Assignment and copart - Richard Ward and Andrew Innys to Richard Poole of Bristol, mariner. Poole pays £200 to Innys in consideration of Innys interest in Ward's land at Northstoke
Lease and Release - Joseph Earle of Bristol, merchant to Joseph Yate of Middle Temple, gent, Henry Fane of Bristol, gent., and John Scrope of Middle Temple
Exemplification of a recovery - John Scrope, Joseph Yate and Henry Fane to Joseph Earle
Mortgage - Richard Ward and Joseph Earle
Lease and Release - Joseph Earle of Bristol, merchant and Henry Hoare of London, goldsmith, Robert Earle of Bristol, merchant and Henry Fane of Bristol, gent., in trust on the marriage of Elianor Earle to William Benson
Assignment - Joseph Earle and Richard Ward to Robert Earle in trust for Joseph Earle
Lease and Release - Richard Ward, yeoman and Joseph Earle
Assignment - Nicholas Poole and Joseph Earle to Samuel Fox and Henry Fane
Lease and Release - William Benson of Willberry House, Wilts. and Earle Benson to Samuel Walter of Clifford Inn. London
Assignment - Thomas Francis of Amesbury, Stephen Whalley, William Benson, Earle Benson, William Cann, John King and Trueman Harford to James Hardwicke
Lease and Release - William King of Shaftesbury, Joseph Andrews of Wincombe Park and William Benson and Earle Benson his son and William Cann and John King and Trueman Harford, merchants of Bristol, trustees of the will of Joseph Earle of Bristol
Lease and Release - William Cann, trustee of the will of Joseph Earle to Thomas Stephens and George Tyndale of Bristol
Lease and Release - Harry Earle alias Benson of Salisbury and son of William Benson and grandson of Joseph Earle to George Green of London of the manor of Northstoke, manor of Allington in Wilts and the manor of Gratley in Hants and a messuage in Bristol.
Common recovery - Francis Griesdale and Richard King against George Green of the manor of Northstoke in the occupation of William Benson, Michaelmas 2 George III