BY THE WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY IN 1920.
the Dorset County Archives) Transcribed by Jill Morley
1609. November 24th.
Richard Grobham of Great
Wisheford, County Wilts Knight; to Henry Arnolde
of Cheselborne, gentleman. Recites his lease dated 14 July 4 Jac to William Longe, Esq. and Felix Browne,
gentleman, of the manor of Bagheares in the parish of Milton and other messuages
and lands in Dorset for the term of 41 years at the yearly rent of £100 payable
at Sir Richard's house the Subpena Office in Chancerie Lane. Power of attorney
to expel the said tenants and to take possession
1753, December 17.
Combe of Richmond,
county Surrey, widow and relict of Bonnet Combe;
late of Hanley, Dorset, Esq., deceased, Thomas Strode of Ormond Street, Esq.,
of Mapperton, Esq and John Ridout
of Blandford, Esq., Executors of the will of the said Bennet Combe,
George Trenchard of Litchett
Matravers, Esq., and Edward Southby
of Carswell, county Berks, Esq. Recites a lease dated 1743 by George Trenchard
to John Hitches of Wytherston and Parks farms in Winterbourne St. Martin.
Mortgage of £3,000 to Bennet Combe
of Puddle Trenthead of which £1,500 hath own repaid by Edward Southby
Armorial seals of Ridout,
quarterings, and Strode.
1692, December 17. (Deed not found) William Dunning of East Burton in Winfrith Newburgh yeoman,
assignment of lease.
Notes on paper of recoveries.
Hilary term, 1693-, George Gould
and Simon Beale, gentleman, v. James Gould, gentleman, hall nine
messuages and land, &c., in Upway, Waybyhouse and Whitchurch Canonicorum.
(2) March 1694. Thomas Cooper,
gentleman, v. George Arnold,
gentleman, messuages and land, &c,, and half manor of Bearne, otherwise
Barne, and messuages and land in Holworth, Milton Abbas, Upway, Broadway,
3083. 1693, June 23.
Arnold of St. Martin's
in the Fields, Innholder, to Hubert Gould of Upway, esq.,
defeazance of his recognizance, on his settling the agreed Jointure upon Mary,
daughter of the said George whom the said Hubert has lately married.
3084. 1693, August 29.
of court roll of the manor of Wyke Regis and Elwell recording the surrender by
Daniel Arden of Dorchester,
goldsmith, on the highway from Upway to Weymouth, formerly in occupation of John
deceased and late of Rebecca Butler,
widow, and Charles Butler,
gentleman, her son and heir, to the use of Elizabeth Gould of Upway, widow.
3085. 1696. April 22.
of will of John Chapple
of Upway, yeoman, dated (16 October, 1695), Sons Robert and Samuel Chapple,
daughter Sarah Chapple Sister Elizabeth Patten Son Benjamin.
3129. 1714. June 24
Keate of St. Botolf's,
Bishopsgate, weaver, son and heir of James Keate, the elder late
of Upway, yeoman, to James Gould
of Upway, gentleman, conveyance of a moiety of a cottage, as it is now divided,
called Camomill Bank in Upway, late in tenure of said James Keate
the elder, deceased,
3130. 1715, March 7.
of purchase by Mrs. Elizabeth Gould
of Upway of a collage in Broadway from Thomas Read and Ann his wife,
3131 1715, April 1.
of title of Upway Farm from 8 Car. one sheet.
1715, May 24, 25.
Dorchester, widow, daughter and heir of James Gould late of
Dorchester, esq., (with whom act Hubert Gould
of St. James, Westminster, esq., and William Chapple of the Middle Temple, esq.,) Lease and release to
the elder of Dorchester, gentleman, of a tenement in Upway, late in tenure of
esq,, deceased, and afterwards of the said Hubert and of James Gould,
two of his sons.
3188. 1715, June 25.
Gould orders delivery
to Mr, William Chapple of a statute staple for £2000. Mary Gould
wife of Hubert assents. The bond was to her father late Mr. George Arnold.
Detailed note of lands belonging (1718-21) to Mr. Chapple
and to Mr. James Gould
in Upway Town Field.
3135. 1718, July 22.
Croome receipt for
part payment from James Gould,
esq., for two acres of land in Broadway.
4061. 1754, July 1.
a court baron of David Yea,
esq., lord, Thomas West
took quarter of two cottages on lives, rent 9d., fine £3 13s. 6d. Yea seals
with his crest of a Talbot passant.
4062. 1762, February 13.
Trenchard of Lincoln's
Inn, esq., to William Bassett,
labourer, for £35, lease of a cottage and two acres for 99 years on lives. Copy
on four sheets
1800. November 11.
Trenchard of Welbeck
Street, esq., to James Collins,
husbandman, for £35, lease of above in reversion. Copy on five sheets
4064. 1836, August 9.
Cox of Bere Regis,
cordwainer, to William Cox
of Blandford St. Mary, gamekeeper, for £15. Assignment.
4065. 1839, September 14.
Grant, carpenter to
William Cox, for £30, assignment of lease.
4066. 1842. January 25-
William Pickard of Forest
Hill, Worksop, county Notts, esq., lord to John Cox for £15, lease of cottage
on lives. Armorial seal. Crest: -An eagles head erased, in its beak a sprig. T.A.
below. (? Thomas Arnold,
solicitor of Poole, who drew the deed) also attested copy on paper.
4067. 1843, February 3.
the Court Baron of Sir William Walter Yea.
Bart., lord, William Cox
took quarter of a cottage on lives. Fine £20.
4068. 1900, June 14.
Ellen Parke of Henbury
House, widow, to Maria Govey
of No. 103 West 56 Street, New York, widow, for £42 Assignment of above. The
above parcel endorsed " Deeds of Nos. 704 Yonges and 416 Oxfords cottage
and separate garden."
5088. 16th April 1737
of BUCKLAND NEWTON in D. 1st pt. And Josh. COOKE
of SHERBORN in D. Bookseller 2nd pt. Land at BROCKHAMPTON COMMON B.
N. Sig: LAWRENCE Wits: Oliver LAWRENCE
5089. 23rd March 1724
Joane DUNNING of DORCHESTER
in D., Widow. Henry SMETHAM,
Senr. do. gent., Sam. S. and Hy. S. Jnr.. of ILMINSTER in SOMERSET, Apothecary,
1st pt., to Hy. MOORE
of WEST COKER in SOMERSET, gent,, 2nd pt. Land in BROCKHAMPTON COMMON B, N. Sigs:
E. SMETHAMS Wits: Thos. MOORE,
Thos. MUNDY, Lawrence St.
LO., Thos. ARNOLD
5040. 24th March 1724
Release: Joan DUNNING
of DORCHESTER, Widow, Hy. SMETHAM,
Senr. gent., Saml. S., Hy, S., Jnr., of ILMINSTER in SOMERSET, gent. 1st pt., Hy.
of WEST COKER in SOMERSET, gent., 2nd pt., Oliver LAWRENCE Snr,, of
BUCKLAND NEWTON in D. gent., 3rd pt. Land in BROCKHAMPTON COMMON B.N. Sigs: 3
SMETHAMS Wits: Lawrence St. LO. Thos. ARNOLD,
6041. 7th October 1717
Henshaw HALSEY, etc., 1st pt.
to John MITCHELL of WEST PULHAM, Gent, 2nd pt. Land in W. P. Ment.
Margaret MITCHELL, deed., John & Sam. M. Sam HODGES
Geo. H., son of Thos. H., then of CERNE ABBAS in D. Sig: MITCHELL Wits: Jas.
GLOVER, Benj. COOMBE
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