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Headington history: The Manor of Heddington

28 January 1834


The Manor of Heddington
in the County of Oxford

Special Court Baron of Edward Latimer Esq and Elizabeth his wife
Lord and Lady of the Manor held at Heddington within the said Manor

28th January 1834

Before: George Rackstow, Gent, Steward of the Manor
Homage: William Jeffcoat, William Powell


[Messuage with hovel]

The Homage present a Surrender made Out of Court 29th August 1808 by John WARLAND otherwise WALLAND and Elizabeth his wife of:

1 messuage or tenement backside and hovel

To the use of Henry WARLAND of Haddenham Carpenter

The Homage present that Henry WARLAND died 7th December 1833 seized of the said 1 messuage or tenement backside and hovel

The Homage further present that by his Will dated 12th April 1833 Henry Warland gave his copyhold messuage or tenement with the yard situate in the Parish of Heddington and then in the several occupations of Sarah Warland, Ann Warland and Mr Soames to his grandson Henry Elleman.

First Proclamation made for the heir of Henry Warland deceased who appeared in Court and was admitted.

Henry Elleman admitted tenant. 1/- rent and 3/4d Heriot. Fine 10/-, fealty excused.

Came Henry ELLEMAN a Customary Tenant and in consideration of £70 paid to him by Thomas Phelp of Heddington victualler surrendered :

1 messuage or tenement backside and hovel

To the use of Thomas PHELP and the said Thomas Phelp being in Court was admitted tenant.

Rent 1/- and 3/4d for a heriot. Fine 10/- and fealty respited.

Be it remembered that on the 29th August 1808 John WARLAND otherwise WALLAND and Elizabeth his wife Customary Tenants came before Baker Morrell Steward (the said Elizabeth being first privately examined by the said Baker Morrell, Steward) and surrendered:

1 messuage or tenement backside and hovel with appurtenances in Heddington (granted to the said Elizabeth at Court held on 24th February 1802)

To the use of Henry WARLAND of Haddenham Bucks Carpenter

 

Enrolled by George Rackstow Steward

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