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An account of the Manor of
Colbredge in Bockton (Boughton) Malherbe dated 1580
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An account of the manor in
Colbredge in Bockton (Boughton) Malherbe taken from the account book of
Thomas Wotton of Boughton Malherbe dated 1580 now in the hands of G. V. Hinds
Gordon Ward 1936.
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to Boughton Malherbe Members & others
£3. 9. 3½ received from Sapherie Kennet of B. (Boughton) Malherbe
for one years rent of a messuage, &c, called Swetherndemne lying in the
dennes of Swethernden & Edendenne in Bocton (Boughton Malherbe)
Also received for same 8 bushells of wheat at l0d per brashell.
Also "a good handsome orderlye and seasonable reapinge of viij acres of
wheate" to be done in a piece of land called Goldehoordefeelde in Lenham.
At 12d per acre.
Total rec'd £4. 3. 9½d whereof -
Paid to the Queen as of her manor of Stalisfield 3½d, by the hands of
Christopher Hudsonne of Edgerton yeman, for rent and sute of the messuage and
2 peeces of land called (blank) 4 acres 1 roode 5 perches appertaining to the
messuage and being in the denne of Stalisfield.
Paid more to the Queen's manor of Stalisfield by the hands of William Swethern,
2d, for one piece of land called the Hooke, 4½ acres 32 perches, in the den
Paid more to same manor by same hands 2d for the Risshet, 3½ acres 24 perches
in the den of Stalisfield.
Paid to Sir Wm Dameshill knt as unto his parsonage of Bocton (Boughton)
Alluphe (Aluph) "for one yeares rent, sute, hens and eggs"
for seven pieces called Edendenne,13 acres 27 perches, in the denne of
Edendenne in "Bocton (Boughton Malherbe) aforesaid", 2s.
Thus total outgoings are 2s 7½d
The total land going with said messuage is 25 acres 1 roode and 28, perches. A
woodland in Edendenne measures 1 roode 20 perches. This is reserved to
All held at the will of Tho. Wotton.
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