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Edward. Wilkinson and for 20s. grants the manor of Cawsham
als Caversham with all rights etc in county of Oxon and Berks
and mansion house called Cawsham Lodge in the park of Caw-
sham, county Oxon, meadow lands etc in Reading and the ferry
barge of Cawsham Milles, Mill barge and locke there. Cawsham
ffarme and all other messuages and lands there belonging.
J Enrolled 21 April 1630.

Close Roll 6 Charles I. part 35 (2854).

Sawyer nil et al et Whitmore 34. Indenture I May 6 Charles
I, From Sir Edmund Sawyer of Haywood, county Berks, knt,
and Henry Goodwin of the cittie of London, gent. To George
Whitmore, citizen and alderman of London, Martin Bond of
the citty of London, Esqr. and William Gibson of said city,
marchanttaylor. For £1000 and other good causes etc. grant the
mannor of Hackborne als Hackbone with all appurtenances etc.
in said county Berks and the rectory and advowson of the
Qiurch of Hackborne and all other the lands of said Sawyer
and Goodwin in Hackborne, excepting certain messuages etc
late parcells of said Mannor conveyed to diuers persons by cer-
tain indentures enrolled wherein the Rt. Hon William, Earle of
Banbury, K.G., P. C. the lady Elizabeth his wife, the said Sir
Edmunde Sawyer, Henry Goodwin and Edward Wilkinson of
London, gent, have joyned as grantors and dating before the
18 of April last past and the revercion etc. Except as before
excepted, and all rents estate, rights, titles, etc. Enrolled 7
June 1630.

Close Roll 6 Charles I. part 4 (2823).



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Lees et Goodwyn 6. Indenture 29 April 1630, 6 Charles I.
From George Lees of Chigwell in county Essex, shoemaker, son
and heir of Robert Lees late of Chigwell, shoemaker, deceased
to John Goodwyn of Chigwell butcher. For £35 grants mes-
suage and one rood and 28 perches of pasture ground with
appurtenances in Chigwell, parcell of one half acre of pasture
called Hewetts in a lane there called Hewetts Lane neare Chig-
well Rowe in the parish of Chigwell, and now or late in occupa-
tion of John Waylett, glover, and which descended to the said
George Lees from his said father and was purchased by the said
Robert Lees from Henry Roe of Chigwell, husbandman, and
William Roe son and heir of said Henry and of Elizabeth his
wife who was daughter and heire of Michaell Pott and Margaret
his wife and which the said Michaell purchased to him and his
wife, of one John Gesnold sometime of Chigwell, husbandman,
with the revercion, all deeds etc. Enrolled 20 June 1630.
Close Roll 6 Charles I, part 4 (2823).

Fox et al et Goodwyn 17. Indenture 10 September, 6 Charles.
From Somerset Fox of Gwernygo, county Montgomery, Esqr,
Sir Walter Longe of Draycott, county Wilts, etc, and Charles
Thynne of the citie of W^estminster, county Middlesex, Esqre.
To Ralph Goodwyn of Ludlowe, county Salopp Esqr. For
£1250 of which said some £550 now in hand etc. grant the Manor
of Much Cowhorne als Cowarne als Cuerne with all rights mem-
bers appurtenances, etc. in county Hereford with all houses,
barnes, buildings, etc. in as large and ample manner as Charles
Fox, Esqre, late grandfather to said Somersett deceased, here-
tofore purchased the said mannor of John Pauncefoote Esqr,
Richard Paunceforte, gent, Henry Cassy Esqre and John
Hawkins and all other the messuage of the said Somersett Fox,
Sir Walter Longe and Charles Thynne in Cowhorne in said
county and the remainder etc. excepting only one lease granted
by said John Pauncefoote and Dorothy his wife to Robert Burg-
hill, gent, and Elizabeth his wife of part of said premises whereof
there is aboute one and a halfe year yet to come and one other
lease granted to — Rawlins, widdowe, and Edmond Rawlins



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her Sonne and — Rawlins her late husband and father of said
Edmond for their three lives, rents thereupon reserved to be
due and payable to said Ralph Goodwin etc. Enrolled 27
November 1630.

Close Roll 6 Charles I. part 19 (2828)

Keate et al et Banbury Comes et al 31. Indenture 24 Novem-
ber 6 Charles I. From ffrauncis Keate and John Saunders of
the Middle Temple Esqre. To Rt Hon William, Earle of Ban-
bury K.G. and P.C. The Lady Elizabeth his wife, Sir Edmund
Sawyer of London, Knt, and Henry Goodwin of London, gent.
Lie. Pat. 22 May, 6 Charles L granted to said Keate and
Saunders the mannors of Hackbourne and Aston Upthroppe and
the rectory and advowson of Hackborne in county Berks, late
parcell of the dissolved Monastery of Cirencester county Glocs.
and all houses gardens etc in Hackborne and the Mote pond
there except as in said Lie. Pat. is excepted. Now by direction
of said Earle and Countess and for fs. grant to said Sawyer
and Goodwyn all their estate, right title and interest etc. therein
except as excepted etc etc. Yearly rent of £140. 6s. 2d. reserved
and for the Rectorie 53s. 4d. etc. Enrolled 2 December.
Close Roll, 6 Charles L part 10 (2829).

Woodford et Trotter. Indenture 11 June 1631, 7 Charles I.
From Stephen Woodford, citizen and Salter, London. To
Thomas Trotter, Edward Dichfield, Richard Dentram, Henry
Plompton, Jeffrey Elder, Peter Goodwin, John Osborne, Jacob
Garret, John Babington the elder, Henry Bury, Nicholas Crispe,
and John Pettyward, citizens and salters of London. Mentions
indenture 19 August 43 Elizabeth from Anthony Abdy son of
Roger Abdy, citizen and merchantaylor. to Thomas Barbor,
Nicholas Lynge, John Ireland, Hugh Woodcock, Richard Scales,
Peter Robinson, Thomas Harding, Thomas Rudd, said Stephen
Woodward (sic) after Woodford, and David Cock, citizen and
Salters of London granted messuage in Bowe lane parish of St.
Mary Adelmary in occupation of Edmond Kendall and David
apprice clothworker, and John Snowden, gent, now grants same
to use of said Salters Company Enrolled 8 August.
Close Roll, 7 Charles I. part 28, 2892.



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Puller et Goodwin 29. Indenture 7 July 7 Charles I. From
Abraham Puller of London, clerk, and Margery his wife To
Samuel Goodwyn of VVestham, county Essex, gent. For £120
grants messuage etc. in Northweald als Northweald Basset called
Pressons als Prestons with lands belonging in said county Essex
to the use of the said Samuel Goodwyn, etc. Enrolled 14 October.
Close Roll, 7 Charles I. part 5, 2869. i

Indenture, dated 2t„ Nov. 1632, between William Goodwyn of
Woorthend parish of Hatton Co. Bedford, yeoman relating to
property in Hatton, Judith Goodwin, widow, mother of said
William living.

Close Roll, 8 Charles i, part 33, no. 17.

Mervyn et Goodwyn 2y. Indenture 28 November 1632, 8
Charles I. From James Mervyn of Castle Tuckett in the Barony
of Omagh in county Tyrone, Kingdom of Ireland Esq. To
William Goodwyn of parish of St. Clement Danes, county Mid-
dlesex, taylor, for £126. 14WS. grants three mannors called
Castle Tuckett, Stoy, and Allston, formerly called Balmekaby,
Irellick and ffentonagh in said Barony of Omagh with all rights
and appurtenances etc. to hold the said mannors from the last
day of May next untill the said Goodwin be satisfied and paid
£131, 9s. with interest for the same at 8% with damage for non
payment. Providing that if the said some be paid on or before
said last day of May at dwelling house of Sir William Rives,
knt, in the city of Dublin then this present grant to determine
etc. in default then said Goodwin to enter the said Mannors
etc untill said some be satisfied etc Enrolled 13 May 9 Charles I.
Close Roll, 9 Chas. I. part 11, 2966.

This Indenture made the 30th day of January 1636 between
George Godwyn of Hordlowe in the parish of Hartington and
county of Derby, gent, and Thomas Yate of Weston Coyney in
the parish of Caveswell and county of Stafford, gent, of the
one part and George Parker of Weston Coyney aforesaid Esquier
of the other parte, witnesseth that for consideration of sume of
4 hundred pounds of money of the realm of England to the said



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George Goodwyn before the ensealing and delivery of these
presents by the said George Parker well and truly contented and
paid the receipt whereof he the said George Goodwyn doth
hereby acknowledge and there of and every part and parcell
***** doth clerely and absolutely acquite discharge the
said George Parker his heires etc * * * * * They the said
George Goodwyn and Thomas Yate have given, granted *****
to the said George Parker his heires etc. all that messuage or
tenement with the appurtenances comonly knowne by the name
of Lower Atherley Green als Adderley Greene situate lying etc.
in the said parish of Caveswell and county Stafford together with
all houses, barnes, buildings, stables, outhouses, orchards, gar-
dens, yards, foulde landes, meadows, pastures, woodes, under-
woods, feeding commons, perfect wares, waters, easements, and
comodities whatsoever to the same messuage with the same
occupied ***** by ffrancis Mayott and John Morris or
one of them they or or one of the assigns also all other the mes-
suages landes etc of them to the said George Goodwin and Thomas
Yates.

Close Roll, 12 Charles I. part 31.

Indenture 13 May, 1652 between Thomas Goodwyn, Bachelor
of Divinity and President of Magdalen College, Oxford on one
parte and John Lambert of Calton in Craven, county York,
Esqr. and Lord Deputy of Ireland and Dame Francis, his wife.
That for £730 doth sell etc. unto said John Lambert messuage
and parsonage house belonging to Rectory of Wimbledon, county
Surrey etc, etc, tenement in Mortlake now and late in occupation
of Francis, Lord Willoughby, James Fiennes Esqr, Sir Christo-
pher Wray, knt, and Dorothy Cecill, which lands by indenture
20 February 1650 enrolled in Qiancery, 7 August following
granted to Thomas Goodwyn by Sir John Wollaston, knt, Robert
Titchbome, Thomas Noell, Mark Hildesley, Stephen Estwich,
William Hobson, Thomas Arnold, Owen Roe, George Langham,
John Stone, John White, William Wyberd, Daniel Taylor,
William Rolph, and Rowland Wilson, Esqr, trustees nominated
in Act of Parliament for abolition of Deans and Deaneries etc,



Ill8 ENGLISH GOODWIN FAMILY PAPERS.

etc Manor of Worcester in indenture dated 25 April 16 Charles
I. etc. Acknowledged same day, enrolled 27 May.
Close Roll 1652, part 36, no. 45, 3676.

Prettyman et Godwin. Indenture 18 October 1653. Between
William Prettyman of Deptford, county Kent, gent, and John
Morris of London, gent, of the one part and Thomas Goodwin,
President of Magdalen Colledge in the University of Oxon of the
other part. Said Morris hath a tenth part in the Mannor of
Sayes Court in county Kent and the lands there in trust for said
Prettyman his heires etc. said Manor etc purchased in the names
of ifrancis Stanton, John Battersby, Stephen Kirke, Maubyn
Noell, and Robert Harbyn of John Barkstead, Ralph Cobbet,
John Discoe, Arthur Young, Richard Pooley, and Henry Dorney
by indenture 25 February last now in consideration of £594
to said Prettyman and to said Morris grants said tenth part to
hold etc. to said Thomas Goodwin etc. Enrolled i December
in said year.

Close Roll 1653 part 34 (2741), no. 7.

Wightman and Goodwyn 22. To all people etc. Walter Wight-
man of London gent, Whereas John Goodwyn of East Barnet
county Hertford, clerk, sonne and heire of Thomas Goodwyn
late of Swynshead, county Lincoln, Esqr. deceased by indenture
16 february last per consideration of £200 sold said Wightman,
close called Kirkdale 19 acres in parish of Swinshead in said
county Lincoln then in occupation of William Gannockey, gent,
and also a rent of ii8 a year reserved uppon a lease formerly
made upon said premises to said Gannockey, also a close 8 acres
in Lewe Rushes in Swynshead in occupation of Thomas Browne
with rent i8 reserved with condition that if said John Goodwyn
pay to said Walter Wightman in the hall of the Middle Temple
£224, viz. £6 on 18 August next and i6 on 18 February 1654,
£6 on 18 August 1655 and £206 on 18 February then next, then
this indenture be voyd etc, Now I the said Walter Wightman
in consideration of 5s. in hand and £200 to be payd to Henry
Owen of London gent in full discharge and other causes etc.
release all clayme etc. Dated 7 June 1654. Enrolled 8 June 1654.
Close Roll 1654, part 49 (3819)



COMMON PLEAS ROLLS. III9

COMMON PLEAS ROLLS.

John Goodwyn of Bridgeforeste in county Stafford, yeoman,
also John Goodwyn the elder of same yeoman to answer Robert
Bothame. £29. 6s. 8d. John Goodwin the younger, same folio.
Common Pleas Roll 1955, 740.

John Goodwyn of Winchfield, Southampton county, husband-
man. To answer Anne Rudiarde widow. Case of wounding.
Other names.

Common Pleas Roll, Easter term, 12 James I, Roll 1955, 713.

Francis Goodwin late of Wooburne, Bucks, knt. To answer
Alice Sheires widow, executrix of will of Thomas Payne.
Inventory £30.

Common Pleas Roll, Easter term, 13 James I, Roll 1594.

Stafford. George Goodwin, late of Austenfield, Stafford, hus-
bandman. To answer John Foxe. 80s. 4d.

Common Pleas Roll, Easter term, 13 James I, Roll 1954, 608.

Suffolk. John Goodwyn of Bocking in the said county (sic)
clothier, was attached to answer George Ruggle, with regard
to purchase of "fine baye" from plaintiff at Sudbury. Respited
till Easter term.

Common Pleas Roll, Hillary term, 14 James I.

Latin. Thomas Green by his attorney appeared on the 4th
day in his case against Osias Addams late of Hedingham near the
castle, in abovementioned County, shoemaker, Johanna Goodinge,
late of Halstead in abovementioned County, widow, and Richard
Nicholas, late of Halstead in abovementioned County, weaver,
to show cause why they forcibly broke and entered the house
of said Thomas at Halstead, and committed other misdemeanors,
and caused large damage, and committed breach of the peace,
and did not appear in court, and the court was prayed to subject
them to attachment, and it was now stated that they have no
property, etc : ordered that they be arrested and produced here
at tomorrow's assizes.

Common Pleas, Essex. 1616-17 Hillary term, 1980. M. 232.



II20 ENGLISH GOODWIN FAMILY PAPERS.

EXCHEQUER DEPOSITIONS.

(1617.) John Goodwin of Colchester, county Essex, weaver
aged 65 years deposes as to cloth made by the Dutch.

Osias Good wyn of Bgckinge, county Essex, weaver, aged 74
years, deposes likewise.
Exchequer Depositions, Michaelmas term, 15 James I, no. 31.

FEET OF FINES.

Theodore Goodwyn, gent, John Graunge, gent, and John Folkes
claimants and Theophilus Adams gent., Robert Adams and
Nicholas Geffe gent., Robert Beamond, Thomas BuUer and John
Parratt defendants as to 2 messuages, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 140
acres of lands, 20 acres of meadow and 20 acres of pasture with
appurtenances in Burwell on payment of 130 marks of silver.
No deposition.

Feet of Fines, Cambridgeshire, Hillary term, 26 Elizabeth.

Robert Goodinge claimant and Richard Beckett and Rose his
wife and John Warde and Elizabeth his wife deforciants — for
two messuages, two gardens, one wharf with the appurtenances
in Harwich, with a w'arranty against the heirs of Richard Mop-
sted and of Ric. Backett and Elizabeth Warde.

Feet of Fines, Hillary term, 35 Elizabeth, (1592) Essex.

John Crowe claimant and John Goodwyne als Gudgin and
Dorothy his wife deforciants — for one wnnd mill and one acre
of land with the appurtenances in Willingale Doe, with a war-
ranty against the heirs of said John G. Consideration £40
sterling.

Feet of Fines, Michaelmas term, 34-5 Elizabeth, Essex.

John Goodwyn als Gudgin claimant and Stephen Samford and
Nicholas Jackson deforciants, — for three messuages, one curtil-
lage, one windmill, one garden, and two acres of arable land with
the appurtenances in Willingale Doe and Hatfield Regis als Hat-
field Bradock. Consideration £40 sterling.

Feet of Fines, Michaelmas term, 34-5 Elizabeth, Essex.



FEET OF FINES. 1 12 I

Ric. Woodward claimant and George Clarke sen', and Priscilla
his wife and George Clarke jun''. deforciants — for one messuage,
one garden and one orchard in Bocking. Consideration i6o
sterling.

Feet of Fines, Easter term, 36 Elizabeth, Essex.

Robert Gooddinge claimant and Robert Goodwyn and Avice his
wife, William Bell and Emm his wife and Richard Robertson
and Ann his wife deforciants, — for two messuages, one cellar,
one garden in Great Okely and Harwich.

Feet of Fines, Trinity term, 37 Elizabeth, Essex.

John Warren, claimant, and William Goodwyn and Susanna his
wife, deforciants, for one messuage, one cottage, two gardens,
one orchard, three acres of pasture with the appurtenances in
Barton in le Claye. Consideration 60^' sterling.

Feet of Fines, Michaelmas term, 20 James I, Bedford.

Michael Hilles, claimant, and Robert Woodward and Alice
his wife, deforciants, for fifteen acres of arable land, six acres of
meadow, one acre of pasture with the appurtenances in Feringe,
with a warranty against the heirs of of the said Alice. Consid-
eration 60'' sterling.

Feet of Fines, Michaelmas term, 20 James I, Essex.

John Waller and Richard Athowe and Ursula his wife, claim-
ants, and Thomas Goodwyn and Martha his wife, deforciants,
(property in Hallesworth.

Feet of Fines, Michaelmas term, 20 James I, Suffolk.

Robert Kinge, claimant and John Motte and Mary his wife,
John Morrice and Ann his wife, deforciants, For four acres of
meadow, one acre of pasture, with the appurtenances in Magda-
len Laver, High Laver and Morton. Consideration 41^' sterling.
Feet of Fines, Easter term, 22 James I, Essex.

Samuel Goodwyn gen., claimant and John Kinge and Susan
his wife, deforciants, for one messuage, one garden, two orchards,



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sixty five acres of land with the appurtenances in Moreton als
Morton and Laver parva. Consideration loo^' sterling.

Feet of Fines, Michaelmas term, 22 James I, Essex.

Int : Samuel Wortley et George Goodwyn in Mexborough.
Feet of Fines, 4 Charles I, 1628, Ebor.

Simon Payne and Godly his wife, claimants, and William Good-
wyn, gen. and Hester his wife and Cawson Corles, deforciants
for three messuages with their appurtenances in the parish of
St. Michaels upon Cornhill. Consideration 240" sterling.
Feet of Fines, Michaelmas term, 5 Charles I, London.

12 Nov. 1629. Fine made at Westminster on the morrow of
St. Martin 5th year of Charles I, before Thomas Richardson,
Richard Hutton, Francis Harvye, and Henry Yelverton, Justices.
Between William Bryers, kt. plaintiff, and William Goodwin and
Susaun his wife, deforciants, of a messuage, a dovehouse, a
garden, two orchards, 34 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow and
12 acres of pasture with the appurtenances in Worthend, Green-
field, Flitton and Pulloxhill. And for this William Bryers gave
William Goodwyn and Susan £100.

Feet of Fines, 5 Charles I, Michaelmas term, part 2,

Bedfordshire.

Richard Rowleright als Fuller, claimant, and John Goodwyn,
Clerk, and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants, for one messuage,
one garden, one orchard, sixty acres of land (arable) fourteen
acres of meadow, twenty acres of pasture, six acres of furze and
heath and common pasturage for all animals on Woolford parva.
Consideration £100.

Feet of Fines, Michaelmas term, 6 Charles I, Warwick.

John Foley kt., Thomas Goodwyn, esq. Leonard Tillott, gen.
and Thomas Coell, gen. claimants, and Henry Lambe sen''.,
Fitz-Lambe gen., John Lambe gen., and Henry Lambe jr., gen.,
deforciants, for the manor of Tostock etc, etc.

Feet of Fines, Michaelmas term, 7 Charles I, Suffolk.



FEET OF FINES. 1 1 23

Jasper Gooding and John Gooding, claimants, and Edward
Pratt, gen. and Ursula his wife, Robert Oakes and Mary his
wife, Edmund Gooding and Elizabeth his wife and John Crosse
and Margaret his wife, deforciants, — for two messuages, two
gardens, six acres acres of meadow, thirty acres of pasture with
the appurtenances in Framlingham ad castrum. Consideration
£100 sterling.

Feet of Fines, Michaelmas term, 7 Charles I, Suffolk.

Jervas Scroope, kt., claimant and William Goodhinde, gen.,
John Ratheby and Jane his wife, Thomas Plumer and Frances his
wife, Ruth Fortune, widow, and Anne Goodhinde, deforciants —
for one messuage, one garden, one orchard, two acres of arable
land, two acres of meadow, ten acres of pasture with the
appurtenances in Thredlethorpe and Long Sutton. Consideration
41'' sterling.

Feet of Fines, Trinity term, 7 Charles I, Lincoln.

This is the final agreement made in the court of the lord king
at Westminster in three weeks from the day of the holy Trinity
in the year of the reign of Charles by the grace of God of
England Scotland France and Ireland king defender of the
faith &c. from his accession the eighth before Robert Heath
Hutton Francis Harvey and George Vernon justices and others
of the lord king's faithful then there present between Martin
Holbeach gentleman Adrian Mott Richard Skynner Robert
Aylett and Robert Morrys claimants and John Tailcott and
Dorothy his wife and William Goodwyn and Elizabeth his wife
deforciants of three messuages one barn three gardens two
orchards two acres of meadow and three acres of pasture with their
appurtenances in Brayntree and Bocking whence the plea of
agreement was between them in the same court to wit that the
said John and Dorothy and William and Elizabeth recognize
the said tenements with their appurtenances to be the right
of said Martin as those which the same Martin Adrian Richard
Robert and Robert hold by gift of the said John and Dorothy
and William and Elizabeth and they have remised and quitclaimed
of the same John and Dorothy and William and Elizabeth and their



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heirs aforesaid to Martin Adrian Richard Robert and Robert and
to the heirs of the said Martin forever. And moreover the same
John and Dorothy have granted for themselves and the heirs of
said John that they warrant to said Martin Adrian Richard Robert
and Robert and the heirs of said Martin the said tenements with
their appurtenances against said John and Dorothy and the heirs
of said John forever. And further the same John and Dorothy
grant for themselves and the heirs of said Dorothy that they
warrant to the foresaid Martin Adrian Richard Robert and
Robert and the heirs of said Martin the foresaid tenements with
their appurtenances against the foresaid John and Dorothy and
the heirs of said Dorothy forever. And further the same
William and Elizabeth have granted for themselves and the heirs
of said William that they warrant to the foresaid Martin Adrian
Richard Robert and Robert and to the heirs of said Martin the
aforesaid tenements with their appurtenances against the said
William and Elizabeth and the heirs of said William forever
And for this recognition remise quitclaim warrant fine and agree-
ment the same Martin Adrian Richard Robert and Robert have
given to the aforesaid John and Dorothy and William and Eliza-
beth a hundred pounds sterling.

Feet of Fines, Trinity term, 8 Charles I. Essex.

Giles Vandeputt claimant, and William Goodwyn and Hester
his wife deforciants, for two messuages, two gardens, forty acres
of arable land, twenty acres of pasture and ten acres of woods
with the appurtenances in Orsett. Consideration One hundred
pounds sterling.

Feet of Fines, Michaelmas term, 8 Charles I, Essex

John Goodwyn gen., claimant, and Nathaniel Bacon esq. and
Susanna his wife, Francis Quarles, clerk, and Elizabeth his wife
and Rodes Heywarde and Ann his wife, deforciants, for one
messuage, one garden, one orchard, forty acres of arable land,
five acres of meadow, twenty acres of pasture, and six acres of
woods with the appurtenances in Tenderinge. Consideration
loo^' sterling.

Feet of Fines, Michaelmas term, 8 Charles I, Essex,



INQUISITIONS POST MORTEM. II 25

Richard Wakefield and Marian his wife and Henry Wright,
claimants, and Thomas Love, gen. and Ann his wife, Henry
Nassey and Margaret his wife, Thomas Folkard and Alice his
wife and William Goodwyn and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants,
for three messuages three gardens, three orchards, two acres of
arable land with the appurtenances in Beccles and Endgate.
Consideration 60^^ sterling.

Feet of Fines, Easter term, 9 Charles I, Suffolk.

Int : Anthony Goodwin and Samuel Norfolke et alia in Sowth
Heyndley.

Feet of Fines, Vol 21, Hilary term 12 Qiarles I, 1636, Ebor.

Int : Humphrey et Thomas Blakeman in Rawmarshe.

Feet of Fines, vol 21, Paschal term, 14 Charles I, 1636. Ebor.

Int : Anthony Goodwin et William Wordsworth of Rawmarsh.
Feet of Fines, Paschal term, 15 Charles I, 1639, Ebor.

Int : Thomas Hudson gent, and Thomas Lowthropp in Storke.

Int : Thomas Goodwyn and Elizabeth Arratt in Readnesse.



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