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cottage adjoining the said tenement and a close adjoining
containing about 1^ acres now or late in the tenure of
Thomas Jacques. And also one other cottage next to the
above mentioned cottage late in the tenure of Edward
Hockle.

And also those 13 acres and i\ roods of arable land
lying dispersedly in the common fields of Eluestowe now
or late in the tenure of the said William Hoddle whereof
12 acr. 2,2 roods lie in Mother field and the other half acre
lieth in Sharpe field behind West close between the land
of the said T. H. on both sides which were conveyed to
T. V. deceased father of the said T. V. by indenture
dated 15 August 161 8 made between Thomas Hawes of
Bedford gent., William Abbis of the same gent., Richard
Lowther of the same gent, and William Peacocke of the
same basketmaker of the one part and the said T. V. the
elder of the other part.

To have and to hold the aforesaid premises unto the
said T. H. to the use and behoof of John Harding of
Aspley Guise, esquire, Andrew Denys of Bedford, clerk,
Thomas Vinson of Ampthill gent, for the term of 5 years
from Lady Day last past and after the said term then to
the use and behoof of the said T. H. and his heirs and in



ELSTOW DEEDS : 1628 31

default thereof to the use of Joane Hillersdon daughter of
the said Sir T. H. and the heirs of her body, and in
default thereof to the use of John Hillersdon brother of
the said Sir T. H. and his heirs, &c. And the said T. V.
appoints & constitutes William Mason of Bedford gent,
to be his true and lawful attorney.

Signed " Thomas Vinson."

Witnesses : — Andrew Denys, Thomas
Home, Rob : Farnell.



XXXIV.

1628 October 1. — Indenture between William Cawne
of Bedford weaver and Gregory Rochell of Biddenham
weaver Witnesseth that in consideration of the sum of
;£i6 the said W. C. sells to the said G. R. 2 little tene-
ments or dwellings with yards, gardens, &c. in Elvestoe
being parcel of the 2 tenements called the Katherine
Wheel and now in the tenure of Richard Lambert and
Richard Savage, to be holden of the chief lord of the fee
by the rents and services therefore due and of right accus-
tomed. Covenant against charges on the part of the said
W. C., Thomas Caune late of Elvestoe labourer, or by
Robert Holstocke and Joane his wife late wife of the said
T. Cawne or by William Smith of the three " howsen "
near unto the town of St. Alban co. Herts yeoman and
Ursula his wife, the only daughter and heir of one Francis
Mantyll deceased.

The mark of Willm. Caune.

Witnesses : — Thomas Paris, Robert An-
drewes, Henry Bray, James Campion (?),
Richard Lambert.



32 ELSTOW DEEDS : 1628

XXXV.

WILL OF JOHN RODWELL.

1628 November 2. — John Rodwell of Ellstow hus-
bandman. To loving wife Millicent goods and household
stuff now in the house which she brought with her, also
one red bullock and one stock of bees ; to son William R.
a tenement or cottage situate in Ellstow called Lambs
Gate with all yards, gardens, orchards, &c, also one acre
of arable land in Westbrook field ; to daughter Hester R.
the cottage or tenement lately purchased of John Crowley
with all yards, gardens and orchards except 1^- acres of
arable land. To daughter Jone Radwell 3-^ acres of
arable land lying dispersedly in the common fields of Ell-
stow, 2 acres of it purchased of Edward Dimocke and i-J
acres purchased of John Crowley, also one joined bed-
stead and " bowster," one covering, one old blanket, one
pillow, one pair of new " flexen " sheets, one pillowbere,
one faircloth, two napkins, one tablecloth, one table and
frame standing in the " perler," one form to it, a little round
table, a little " cubhard," one coffer, one box, one joint
" stowle," one pewter platter, one " sawcer," one fruit dish,
one bevill, one tub, one lining wheel, one kettle, one jug,
one wooden bowl, one pair of andirons, a brass pot, & a
salting trough. To son William a boarded bedstead, two
pillows, a blanket, a mattress, a pair of sheets, the long
table in the hall and form to it, two coffers, a chair, a joint
stool, a bevill, a tub, a spit, a fruit dish, a kettle, and the
biggest leather bottle. To daughter Hester a boarded
bedstead, a bolster, a blanket, two pillows, a coffer, a box,
a table, a bevil, a tub, a skyming out bowl, a linen wheel,
a table cloth and two napkins with contingent remainder
over, and should all his children die then to descend to
the children of Edward and William Rodwell his brothers
in equal shares. Residue to son William and appoints him
sole executor.

The mark of John Rodwell.
Witnesses : — Luke Falldoe, Mathew Dy-
mock, Willm. Alletson.



ELSTOW DEEDS : 1628-1629 33

Memorandum. — ' It is my mind and will that my
brother Edward Rodwell shall pay himself for all his pains
& labour with reason and that my daughter Jone shall
have the profit and rent of the tenement before given to
Hester for four vears, viz : — from the time she the said
Hester shall be of the age of 17 till she come to the age
of 21.

Willm Alletson, Mathew Dymock.

Proved at Bromham 1 December 1628 and
administration granted to Millicent relict the son
William being under age.

John Smyth, LL.B.,

Comissary.

XXXVI.

1628-9 January 10. — Indenture made between
Michael Dymock of Cranfield, gent, of the first part,
Edward Waple of Harrowden in the parish of Carding-
ton tanner and Katherine his wife of the second part and
Arnold Spencer of Cople, gentleman of the third part
Witnesseth that the said M. D. and E. W. & Katherine
his wife in consideration of the sum of £ 1 28 covenant that
they will before the feast of St. John Baptist next ensueing
by fine in due form of law to be levied recognize and ac-
knowledge All that messuage or tenement in Elvestowe
near the bridge and brook there adjoining to Spinny Lane,
also a close or pightel thereunto adjoining which said
premises are now in the tenure of John Shelley, And also
a close of pasture called Chauntery Cow Close in Elve-
stowe containing about 6 or 7 acres. And also a close of
pasture in Hornsend containing about 3 roods, And ail
these 12 acres of arable land lately purchased by William
Dymock deceased father of the said M. D., of Edward
Thody of Elvestoe shoemaker and John Thody of Dry
Drayton co. Cambs. yeoman more particularly set down
in a deed poll dated May 1602, And also 4 acres of



34 ELSTOW DEEDS : 1628-1630

arable land lying dispersedly in Elvestowe and Kempston
purchased by the said William Dymock of William
Jacques of Elvestoe yeoman and are particularly set down
in a deed poll dated 28 August 16 14, &c.

Signed Michael Dymocke, Edward Wapol, the mark
of Katherine Waple.

Witnesses : — Thomas Sauage, Thomas
Watson.



XXXVII.

1628-9 January 19.— Bond by Michael Dymock of
Cranfield gent, in favour of John Stookes of Elstowe yeo-
man in the sum of £jo. Reciting that the said M. D. by
Indenture of above date sold to the said J. S. a messuage
or cottage in Elstowe wherein widow Armes did lately
dwell with a pightle of pasture containing one acre thereto
adjoining, &c. Covenant for quiet assurance, &c.

Signed : Mich. Dymocke,

Witnesses : — Tho : Beech Sc, Willm. Fox,
Willm. Stookes.



XXXVIII.

1629-30 January 16. — To all Christian people, &c.
Michael Dymocke of Cranfield, gent, in consideration of
the sum of £\j sells to Arnold Spencer of Cople gent,
all that close or pightle of pasture ground containing one
acre in Hornsend in the parish of Elstowe bounded by the
Common lane on the east and the close of the said A. S.
called Chauntry Close on the north, to be holden of the
chief lord of the fee thereof by the rents and services
thereof due and of right accustomed. Covenant for quiet



ELSTOW DEEDS : 1630-1631 35

assurance as against the said M. D. and William Dymocke
his late father deceased.

Signed : " Mich. Dymocke."

Witnesses : — Jo : Cokayne, Chr. Turnor,
Willm. Allatson.



xxxix. 1303654

1630 June 23. — To all christian people, &c. John
Stokes of Elstowe, yeoman, Michael Dymock of Cran-
field gent., Edward Waple of Harrowden in the parish of
Cardington gent, send greeting. Know ye that we the
said J. S., M. D., & E. W. in consideration of the sum of
,£35 have sold to Alice Stokes of Elstowe, singlewoman,
All that messuage or cottage and pightle of pasture
ground containing one acre situate in Elstowe wherein
widow Armes late dwelt, to be holden of the chief lord of
the fee, &c.

The mark of John Stokes.

Witnesses : — Olyuer S'john, Christopher
Beech, John Stokes, junr., Thomas Man.



XL.

1630-31 January 20. — To all christian people, &c.
Edward Dymocke of Elstowe yeoman sends greeting.
The said E. D. in consideration of ^60 sells to Michael
Dymocke of Cranfield gent, and Matthew Dymocke 3
roods of arable land lying in Elstowe on long little marsh
furlong between the land of the king on the east and the
land late Waltons on the west, and one rood of arable land
on the same furlong, an acre of arable land lying on Long
Land furlong, the land late belonging to the dissolved
Chantry of Elstowe on the east, half an acre more of arable
land lying on West Brook furlong, the chantry land west,
and 3 half acres of arable land lying on the same furlong



36 ELSTOW DEEDS : 1631

the king's land on both sides, 3 roods more of arable land
lying on the third furlong from the town, the King's lands
on both sides, one acre more of arrable land in Elstowe

in Salt Corner late William Dymocke's and some time

Ventris, and 2 acres more of arrable land late the Lord
Mordant's in Salt Corner, half an acre more of arable
land on Harrowden Hill in Elstowe the land of George
Watson on the south, and 3 roods of meadow lying in
Kempston in East Mead late the Lord Mordant's, and
4 roods more, 3 late William Dymocks and also one rood
of meadow in Elstowe West mead late the Lord Mor-
dant's to be holden of the chief lord of the fee, &c.

Signed, — " Edward Dymocke."

Witnesses : — Phillip Brande, Thomas Hodclie.



XLI.

1631 March 26. — Indenture made between Edmund
Cranfield of Elvestoe labourer and Fancis Selby of
Sharnbrooke yeoman Witnesseth that the said E. C. in
consideration of the sum of ^"26 sells to F. S. 4^- acres of j
arable land lying in the common fields of Elvestoe j
whereof 7 lands containing about 3 acres and 3 roods lie j
together in Westbrook held on Long Land furlong
between the land of the said F. S. called Chantry Lands'
on the east and the land of Thomas Hillersdon, Esq. on
the west, one other land lieth on the same furlong between !
the land of the said Thomas Hillersdon on both sides,
and 3 roods residue of the said 4% acres lie in Mother feild
upon Harborow bush way furlong between the land of the
said F. S. on both sides, to be holden of the chief lord of •:
the fee, &c.

The mark of Edmund Cranfield.

Witnesses : — Wm. Doughtie, John Grewe,
John Whitbreade.



ELSTOW DEEDS : 1631-1632 37

XLII.

1 63 1 April 12. — Indenture made between Michael
Dimocke of Cranfield gent, and Alice Stokes of Elstow
spinster of the one part and Thomas Hillersdon of Elstow
esq. and James Newman of Elstow gent, of the other part
Witnesseth that the said M. D. and A. S. in consideration
of the sum of ^20 sell to the said T. H. & J. N. a mes-
suage or cottage and pightle of pasture ground thereto
adjoining containing one acre situate in Elstow late in the
occupation of widow Armes standing in the field near
Piper's house between the ground of Arnold Spencer, esq.
north and the ground of William Thody south abutting
west upon the King's highway leading towards Bedford.
Covenant of quiet assurance by the vendors in respect of
themselves and of John Stokes deceased father of the said
A. S., and of Joan Dimocke mother, and Elizabeth wife of
the said M. D., or of Edward and Matthew Dimock
brothers of the said M. D., &c.

Signed : " Michael Dymocke," the mark of Alice

Stokes

Witnesses : — Ro : Helder. Robte Worsley.



XLIII.

1632 August 27.— To all christian people, &c. Anne
Bonyon of Elstowe sends greeting. Whereas John Bidkin
late of Elstow shepherd my late husband deceased by his
last will and testament made the 7th of October 1609 be-
queathed unto me the messuage and tenement wherein I
now dwell and 3 acres of arable land thereto belonging
Now know ye that I the said A. B. for and in consideration
of the entire love and affection which I have and bear unto
my loving husband Thomas Bonyon of Elstow brazier
for his better maintenance of living after my decease have
granted unto Thomas Bonyon my said husband his heirs
and assigns for ever after my decease the messuage or



38 ELSTOW DEEDS : 1634-1637

tenement wherein my said husband and I do now dwell
and 3 acres of arable land with all the appurtenances there-
unto belonging, &c.

Signed, " Anne Bonyon her marke."

Witnesses : — Mathew Dymock, John Warner,
Walton Cooper.

XLIV.

1634 June 1. — To all christian people, &c. Whereas
John Bidken of Elstow shepherd deceased did in his life
time by deed dated 25 September 1618 grant unto Anne
Bidkin his loving wife a messuage or tenement with 10
acre of arable land and one rood of meadow lying in
Elstowe

Now know ye that we Thomas Bonyon of Elstowe
petty chapman and Anne Bonyon my wife late wife of the
said J. B. deceased in consideration of the sum of 2s. do
by these presents for ever release and quit claim unto
Nicholas Waddop of Elstowe matmaker all rights that
we the said Thomas Bonyon and Anne my wife now have
in one rood of meadow in the parish of Elstowe in a
meadow called Quechffenne late belonging to Mr.
Spencer, &c.

The marks of Thomas Bonyon and Anne Bonyon.

Witnesses : — Walton Cooper, senr., Judeth Embrie.

XLV.

1637 March 26. — Indenture made between Henry
Dimock of Elstowe miller and William Dowe the elder
of the same weaver Witnesseth that the said H. D. in
consideration of the sum of ,£20 sells to W. D. a cottage
tenement and pightle adjoining situate in Elstowe in the
tenure of the said H. D. between the tenement of W.
Dowe the younger on the north and the tenement of
Thomas Pearson on the south, to be holden of the chief



ELSTOW DEEDS : 1637 39

lord of the fee, &c. Covenant of quiet assurance on the
part of H. D. and Margaret his wife. Proviso that if the
said H. D. shall pay to the said W. D. on the 27th March
1638 within the dwelling- house of William Thodye in
Elstow at one payment the sum of ,£20 then this inden-
ture shall be void and of none effect.

The marke of William Dowe.

Witnesses : — Robt. Farnell, Thomas Pear-
son, Nathaniel Pridden.

XLVI.

1637 November 13. — Indenture of lease made
between Thomas Hewytt of Pishiobury, Sawbridgeworth,
co. Herts, Esq. and Margaret his wife of the one part and
William Thodie of Elvestoe yeoman of the other part
Witnesseth that in consideration of the rent reserved the
said T. & M. H. demise to the said W. T. a tenement,
pastures, meadows, lands and " leayes " &c. more par-
ticularly described in a schedule hereunto annexed, being
in the parish of Elvestowe now in the tenure of the said
W. T. to hold from Michaelmas last past for the term of 1 2
years at the yearly rent of ,£24 7s. 4^d. payable half-
yearly. Penalty of ^5 for cutting down a timber tree
and 40s. for an elm tree.

Signed. " Tho : Hewytt, Margaret Hewytt."

Witnesses: — Richard Hatinson (?), Robt.
Farnell, Sam : Cartbach ( ?).

The holding consists of :

A farm house & buildings acr.

Pasture

Arable in Sharpe Field

Do. in Motherfield

Do. in Westfield ...



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ELSTOW DEEDS : 1637-1639



The " land " appears to be variable ;

The total of the 32 lands &
2 gores = ... ... 14



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Rent per acre 8s. id.

The following is a list of landholders in Eistow
mentioned in the Terrier : —



Ballard, Arth.

Cawne, John of Wil'stead

Clerk, John

Conisbie, David

Cooper, Mr.

Cooper, Rich, of

Harrowden
Cranfield, Thos.
Cranfield, Willm.
Deare, Rich, of Wil'stead.
Decons, Thos. gent.
Dowe, Willm.
Dymock, Willm.
Fane, Edw.
Fox, Hen.
Gestwick, Willm. gent.



Helder, Francis
Helder, Thos.
Jurden, Willm.
Legg, Edm. gent.
Mordante, Lord.
Norres, John.
Norwood, John, deed.
Pickering, Willm.
Rodwell, Willm.
Thodye, Jas.
Thodye, John.
Waddope, Geo.
Whitebred, John.
Wickley, Willm.
Wooodward, John
Woolmer, Rbt.



XLVII.

1639 March 26. — To all christian people, &c. Henry
Dymocke of Elstowe, miller, and Margaret his wife in con-
sideration of the sum of £36 sell to William Thodie of
the same a cottage or tenement with a pightle adjoining in
the tenure of the said H. D. situate in Elstowe abutting
upon the king's highway and the east head upon land in



ELSTOW DEEDS : 1639-1540 41

the tenure of Matthew Dymocke, to be holden of the chief
lord of the fee, &c.

One signature gone ; the mark of Marg : Dymocke.

Witnesses : — Robt. Farnell, Thomas Street,
Edvva : Cranfield.

XLVIII.

1639 June 29. — Indenture made between Roger
Barker of Elstowe yeoman of the one part and William
Thodie and Anne his wife of the same of the other part
Witnesseth that the said R. B. in consideration of the sum
of ^22 10s. sells to the said W. and A. T. a house or
tenement called a Malt house situate in Elstowe late in
the tenure of Thomas Pearson and now in the tenure of
the said R. B. lately purchased by the said R. B. of Thomas
Pearson and Margaret his wife, the messuage of the said
W. T. lying towards the south and another messuage of the
said W. T. late purchased of Henry Dymocke towards the
north. And also the moiety of all the yard divided as
heretofore set out to be holden of the chief lord of the fee,
&c.

Signed ' : R. B."

Witnesses : — Thomas Streate, Walton Cooper.

XLIX.

1640 July 20. — Indenture of lease made between
Francis Sylbie of Sharnbrooke yeoman and Thomas Whit-
bred of Elstowe Witnesseth that the said F. S. demises
to T. W. 3 acres of arable land in the Westfield Elstow
near Kempston Hardwick late in the tenure of Robert
Beamond for the term of 21 years at the annual rent of 18s.
at Michaelmas and Lady Day.

Signed " Thomas Whitbred."

Witnesses : — -Anthony Bourne, William
Faulkener, Roger Barker, Walton Cooper.



A2 ELSTOW DEEDS : 1641

L.

1 64 1. June 3. — To all christian people, &c. Thomas
Bonyon of Elstowe petty chapman and Anne his wife and
Thomas Fuller of Houghton yeoman send greeting.
Know ye that we the said T. & A. B. and T. F. in con-
sideration of the sum of ,£36 to them paid by John Good-
win of Littlington carpenter and Anne his wife release
and quit claim unto the said J. & A. G. all their interest
and right to a messuage or tenement now or late in the
tenure of Edward Cranfield situate in Elstowe, the mes-
suage in the tenure of Mathew Dymocke towards the
north, Pinfold green towards the south and the King's
highway west, &e.

Signed. — The marks of Thomas and Anne Bonyon
and Thomas Fuller.

Witnesses : — J. Pearce, Edwd. Cranfield,
Walton Cooper.



LI.

1 64 1 June 3. — Indenture made between John Good-
win of Littlington carpenter and Anne his wife and
Thomas Bonyon of Elstowe petty chapman Witnesseth
that the said J. & A. G. in consideration of the sum of
£34 sell to the said T. B. a messuage or tenement now or
late in the tenure of Edward Cranfield situate in Elstowe,
to be holden of the chief lord of the fee, &c. Proviso that
if the said J. G. and Anne his wife shall pay to the said
T. B. the sum of ,£35 12s. od., viz : — ^14 on September
29 next and ,£21 12s. od. on 6 June 1642 then these
presents shall be utterly void and of none effect, &c.

Signed. — The mark of Thomas Bonyon.

Witnesses : — Thomas Fuller, Henry Pearce
Walton Cooper.



ELSTOW DEEDS : 1641-1642 43

LII.

1 64 1. — Final Concord between Nicholas Waddopp
and Alice his wife — and Anthony Manffeild and Eliza-
beth his wife — of a cottage and 7 acres of land and one
acre of meadow in Elstowe — the said Anthony and
Elizabeth recognize the aforesaid premises to belong to
the said Nicholas and Alice which they had of the gift of
the said Anthony and Elizabeth at the price of ,£41.

LIII.

1 64 1 June 3. — Indenture made between Thomas
Bonyon of Elstowe petty chapman, and Thomas Carter of
Kempston gent, and Walton Cooper of Elstowe Wit-
nesseth that the said T. B. for the better provision and
maintenance of Anne his wife doth assure and confirm unto
the said T. C. and W. C. his messuage, &e. in Elstowe
wherein he now dwells lately purchased by the said T. B.
of George Eckles late of Elstowe carpenter deceased and
abutteth towards the north upon a tenement of Thomas
Hewett Esq. in the tenure of Robert Androwe and to-
wards the south upon a house called the Chequers To
have and to hold the said premises to the use and behoof
of the said T. B. & Anne his wife for life and after their
decease to the use of their right heirs, &c.

Signed. — The mark of Thomas Bonyon.

Witnesses : — Thomas Fuller, Jeremy Pearce.

LIV.

1642 July 27. — Indenture made between Humphrey
Wickley alias Whiteley of Elstow mason and John Faldo
of Bedford maltster Witnesseth that the said H. W. in
consideration of the sum of £ 15 demised to the said J. F.
a cottage or tenement in Elstoe now in the tenure of the
said H. W. together with a close or pightle of pasture



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ground containing about an acre for the term of ioo years
from the elate hereof at the yearly rent of one penny.

Proviso that if the said H. W. shall pay to the said
J. F. the sum of 24s. on the 28 July 1643 and also the sum
of £16 4s. od. on the 28 July 1644 then these presents
shall cease and determine and be utterly void &c.

Signed.— The mark of Humfry Wickley.

Witnesses :— John Nevvold, Mary Charnock,
John Cleyton, scr.



LV.

1645 October 2j. — Indenture made between John
Tuckey of Elstowe yeoman, and John Faldoe of Bedford
gent, and William Faldoe his son Witnesseth that the said
J. T. in consideration of the sum of £17 sells to the said
W. F. a cottage or tenement in Elstowe together with a
croft or pightle of pasture ground adjoining, to be holden
of the chief lord of the fee, &c. Power reserved to the
said J. F. to sell all or any part of the said premises.
Covenant of quiet assurance as against the said J. T. and
Judeth his wife or Humphrey Iremonger, gent. Edward
Dymocke yeoman or any other person.

Signed. — " John Faldo, William Faldo."

Seals. — (1) A chevron between 3 stags' heads
caboshed. (2) Three stags' heads caboshed, Faldoe.

Witnesses : — H. Christie, W. Faldo, junr.,
the mark of Mark Hind.



LVI.

1645-6 February 20.— To all christian people, &c.
William Dove of Elvestoe weaver sends greeting. The
said W. D. in consideration of a certain competent sum of
money sells to Martha daughter of Matthew Draughton



ELSTOW DEEDS : 1650-1652 45

baker a messuage tenement or cottage, &c. now in the
tenure of the said W. D. heretofore in the tenure of one
John Goddard, situate in Eluestoe between the tenement
of John Beamond and the tenement of Robert Holdstock
to be holden of the chief lord of the fee, &c.

Signed. — " William Dove his marke."

Witnesses : — William Holdstocke, Matthew
Draughton, John Cleyton, scr.

LVII.

1650 May 22.— To all christian people, &e. Eliza-
beth Waldock of Elstowe widow sendeth greeting. The
said E. W. in consideration of the sum of £3 paid by Jane
Waldock her daughter to Matthew Waldock her son of
Bedford one year next after the decease of her the said E.
W. within the parish church entry of Elstowe, 30s. of which
sum she owes unto her said son M. W. and 30s. more she
gives unto him to be paid all out of the cottage in which she
now dwells, sells unto the said J. W. her cottage in Elstowe
next the ground of Mr. Ashwell of London on the south
and the ground of the Lord of Elstowe on the north, next
to the common highway leading to Bedford on the east and
the ground of the said Mr. Ashwell on the west, &c, to be
holden of the chief lord of the fee, &c.

Signed. — " Elizabeth Waldock."

Witnesses : — Tho. Beeche, Richard Beech,
Nicholas Waddopp.

LVIII.

1652 April 1. — Indenture made between George Fox
of Elvestoe husbandman and Elizabeth his wife of the
first part, William Hoddle of Elvestowe husbandman and


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