NEWPORT PAGNELL DEEDS BELONGING

TO THE BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY

HELD IN THE BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY RECORD OFFICE

List of Deeds in Accession order as copied from the Card Index at Bucro with Transcriptions, (NT = Not yet transcribed)

These transcriptions and interpretation by Dennis C Mynard, may be reproduced with full acknowledgement.

© Dennis C Mynard 2011

BAS 1             1803

Bond John Hull to Joseph Harrold NT

BAS 2             1684

Agreement re lands in Tickford

Richard Atkins to George Cherry NT

BAS 3             1628

Lease of lands in Tickford

Henry Atkins and his son Henry to Anthony Potter NT

BAS 5             1628

Release of Manor of Newport Pagnell

Conney, Humfrey and Barnes to Sir Thomas Dawes NT

BAS 7          3rd April 1628

Articles of Agreement between Anthony Potter, yeoman and Henry Atkins of London, Doctor of Physick and Phisison (physician) in Ordinary to his Majesty.

Anthony is seized for life of John Harley, and for 21 years in reversion after decease of John, of a messuage or farm and certain lands in Newport Pagnell by virtue of an Assignment dated the 2nd May 2 Chas (1626) which was a Demise to Sir Henry Hobart, Sir James Fullarton, Sir John Walter, and Sir Thomas Trevor, amongst other things, of the Honor of Ampthill and the Manors and Rights thereto appertaining.

BAS 8              10th December 1628

Lease for 9 years at £40 10 shillings pa

1)            Henry Atkins of London, doctor of physick

2)            Robert Warner of Tickford, yeoman and Henry Smythe of Moulsoe

Pasture Grounds late parcel of Tickford Park and a messuage in Tickford wherein Robert now dwelleth, with yard and backside adjoining, and the herbage and grass which shall yet be growing and increasing in the pasture grounds and meadow now in the occ of RW and HS adjoining the ground called the Sawpit ground and all that barn of 2 bayes standing upon part of the pasture, Rent £40 10s pa to be paid at or in the Mansion House commonly called Tickford Abbey or Tickford Priory, situate and being in Tickford. Tenants to maintain the houses hereby demised and the gate standing in the fence at the North East of the barn aforesaid and likewise to maintain hedges and ditches.

On a separate sheet attached to the deed is the following,

Imprimis in the Hall two windows glassed with glass and two oaken shuttes there and fower (four) severall doores in the hall, the hall door having lock and keys to it.

And the chamber and the milkhouse the room filled round with wainscott the --- there of wainscot the same room boarded underfoot and three glass windows in the same room one having a shutt of wainscot and a wainscott door.

Item two little rooms over the hall two glasse window with shutt and then two doors and the same boarded underfoot.

Item two paires of oaken stairs out of the hall going into the chamber.

Item in the milkhouse three glass windows with oaken shuttes to them and a door, lock and keys.

Item in the Garrett chamber a two leaved window with hinges and one shutt window and the room well parged overhead.

Item in the Kitchen there a window of glass and shutt to it and an oaken and a partition lathed in the kitchen.

Item the great yard pailed round about with a high paile

Item the two barnes with gates and a door.    

Witnesses George Hull, William Hartley and George and Richard Hull.

BAS 9             1676

Settlement of Tickford Manor Atkins NT

BAS 10          1686

Agreement re land in Tickford

Rebecca Atkins and Philip Cowley to Thomas Halfpenny, James Allen and Thomas Chape NT

BAS 378/28   1843

Bond (Re Sheriff) NT

BAS 54/30     20th October 1641

Grant

1)            Francis Lord Mountnorris and Arthur Annesley

2)            Anthony White, tanner and William White, tanner

All those messuages in Marsh End late in the tenure of George Annesley, gent

A house in the tenure of Elizabeth Fowler widow with stable, gardens and a pightle thereto adjoining containing 1 rood.

Also 1 dwelling house by estimation 1 rood late of Francis Knight, with a garden, of the Ancient Rent of 5 shillings

A rent of £75 8s 4d reserved to his Majestie

BAS 9/35       1768

Eyles property in Newport Pagnell, Stony Stratford and Calverton NT

BAS 784/37   1647  “No 1”

Dated 23 Charles

Conveyance by Feoffment for consideration of £18

1)            Edward Triplow labourer and Ann Triplow his wife

2)            Joan Gilbert, widow

All that house of fower (4) bays of housing with appurtenances, yards, backside etc, in the tenure of Edward Triplow, abutting the property of John Ash on the E; John Gregory on the W; and the King’s highway on the S.

Witnesses, Arthur Burke of Olney and John Sams.

BAS 782-3/37    1658

Agreement and Bond re Cottage in Newport Pagnell, Joan Gilbert, John Ash and Ann Triplow to John Paine senior and John Paine junior

BAS 785/37   1658

Release by Quitclaim by John Paine junior, citizen and carpenter to John Paine senior of Newport Pagnell, carpenter his father

Messuage in the tenure of Henry Hawkins, the house and ground in the tenure of John Matthew towards the E and N; the house and ground of Edward Rivers on the W and abutting the street on the S.

BAS  786/37    12th April 1676

“4”

Mortgage of £10 for a term of 1000 years at a peppercorn rent

1)            James Paine, carpenter

2)            Roger Chapman, mortgagee

Two messuages in the occupations of James Paine and John Woodforde, with buildings, yards, stables etc

Witnesses Henry Pring and Jo Underwood

BAS  787/37    1st April 1698

Lease for 11 years at £1 6s 8d pa

1)            Dame Eliz Atkins of Astwood widow

2)            John Curle, tailor.

Cottage on the Green near adjoining to the Bury Field Style there and now in occupation of John Curle.

Witnesses William Pomfrett and Charles Dymoke

BAS  788/37     6th March 1702

Feoffment for £15

John Payne, carpenter

John Hobbs, yeoman of Great Linford

All that cottage where John Payne lately dwelt. The house and ground of Thomas Payne in the occupation of Joseph Hoddle on the W; the house and ground of Henry Wagstaff, in the occupation of Richard Thompson on the E; and fronting the Common Street there on the S.

Witnesses William Pomfrett and C Dymoke

BAS  789/37     6th November 1703

Conveyance by Bargain and Sale for £25

1)            John Hobbs of Great Linford and Daniel Hobbs of Newport Pagnell

2)            Thomas Brimley of Caldecote, labourer

Messuage on the Green in the occupation of Robert Garrett neare adjoining to the house and ground of John Same on the one side and the house and ground of Daniel Hobbs on the other.

BAS 790/37   1705

Deed of Sale of mess’s

John Hobbs to John Brampton NT

BAS    791/37            3rd November 1707

Conveyance for £31 15s

1)            John Brampton, late of Newport Pagnell grazier

2)            Thomas Brimley of Caldecote, labourer.

Messuage on the Green End in Newport Pagnell in the occupation of Robert Garnett near adjoining to the house of John Sams on the one side and the house and grounds late of Daniel Hobbs, baker on the other.

BAS 792/37   1710

Fine re houses and land

BAS  793/37    1711

Conveyance

1)            Thomas Brimley of Caldecote, labourer

2)            Hugh Smith of Woolstone and William Chibnall, woollen draper of Newport Pagnell

3)            the property as above, but now occupied by Mr Wagstaff.

BAS  794-5/37     19th April 1728

L for 1 year at 5/-

1)                  Thomas Brimley of Cranfield, yeoman and Ursula his wife

2)                  Nathaniel Allibone, lacemerchant

Cottage late in occupation of widow Brimley now of Elizabeth Marshall and Alice Barrett, the house and ground of Robert Perrott on the E; the cottage of George Smyth on the W; and the common highway on the S.

Witnesses Elizabeth Child and Edward Dymoke

BAS  797/37     22nd February 1748

Mortgage for £30 15s 0d for a term of 1000 years

1)                  Thomas Allibone baker the son and heir of Nathaniel Allibone

2)                  John Pearson, saddler

Cottage late in the occupation of Nathaniel Allibone now in the tenure of Mary Crichton, widow, the house and grounds of formerly Robert Perrott then of John Perrott now of Thomas Holt on the E; the cottage formerly of George Smyth on the W; and the common highway on the S.

Witnesses John Hurst and Patrick Glass.

BAS 837-8/37      1793

Assignment and Inventory of the Estate of Geo Osborne for the Benefit of Creditors NT

BAS 1016-1019/37  1816

Bundle of Assignments re 1816 re-conveyance to James Randall White NT

BAS 420/38   1771

Final Concord re 5 cottages

Mr Cripps plaintiff, William and Mary Frost and Ann Edwards Deforciants NT

BAS 544/38   1629

Lease for 21 years at rent of 50 shillings pa

1)            William Shortred of Washington, Sussex

2)            William ?Knight of Olney, tailor

All those 6 Cottages in Marsh end in tenure of Thomas Emerton

BAS 578/38   1672

Bond for £10

Richard Odell to Richard Tapp NT

BAS 580/38   1684

Agreement (Uses of a Fine) Richard Barton and Dorothy his wife to Richard Saunders NT

BAS    647/38            1st August 1763

Lease for a year for 5 shillings

1)            Marah Skevington of Turvey, widow and executrix of Jonathan Skevington of Turvey her late husband deceased.

2)            John Palmer of Olney, draper

A close of pasture called Hassells containing 3a and lying in the parish of Stevington, Bedfordshire

Witnesses Elizabeth Farey and Esther Courtenay.

BAS 675/38   1698

Fine in Latin

re 3 Cottages Samuel Christie, Wm Pomfrett and Eliz Pomfrett queriants, Mark James and Alice his wife and Rd Furnable and Mary his wife Deforciants

Not clear where the cottages are in Newport Pagnell.

All above Deeds were purchased from Garrard and Allen Solicitors of Olney

Most Deeds below from BRA

BAS 69-70/40    1706

Abstract of Title 1706-1816 and Sale Catalogues 1851 and 1854 of the Swan Inn,

BAS 597/40   1806

Extract from Register re Burial of Hannah Cole NT


DEEDS RE TICKFORD ESTATE

BAS 161/41   1772

Lease of Estate in the Hamlet of Tickford

Mr Neville Hart to Robert King NT

BAS 162/41   1772

Lease

Neville Hart to John and William Hart NT

BAS 49/40     1775

Agreement re Manor of Tickford

Between, Levett, Neville, Jacques, Annesley and Shergold NT

BAS 163-4/41  1781

Lease

Manor of Tickford Hannah Jacques to George Blount NT

BAS 165/41   1799

Lease

Frederick Van Hagen and William Paul NT

BAS 166/41   1812

Clare Elizabeth Van Hagen and Henry Van Hagen to Henry Piper Sperling NT

BAS 167/41   1815

Lease

Henry Van Hagen to John Cutting NT

BAS 168/41  

Extracts from Cal Pat Rolls 28 Eliz I and 21 Jas I NT

BAS 170/41   1799

Certificate of Land Tax

Lands of Van Hagen NT

BAS 172/41   1757

(Same as DB160/1&2)   5th and 6th December 1757

Conveyance of the Manor of Tickford by L and RL for £4200

1)         Sir William Bowyer, baronet of Denham, Bucks and William Stonehouse Esq., 2nd brother of Sir John Stonehouse of Radley, the devisees, trustees and executors of Sir Richard Atkins baronet, late of Clapham, Surrey

2)         John Hooton NT

BAS 173-4/41   1757

L and RL of Manor

1)     as above

2)     Henry Uthwatt and Thos Hooton NT

BAS 175/41   1814

Plan of Farm at Tickford Park NT

BAS 176/41   1757

Covenant to Produce Deeds

Bowyer etc to James Buchanan NT

BAS 177-8/41   1759

Lease

Henry Uthwatt and John Hooton NT

BAS 179-80/41  1757

Conveyance 4 Closes called the Slaunches

Bowyer and Stonehouse to Charles Chester and Richard Lowndes (may be same as D/X41/1-4) NT

BAS 181-3/41   1764

L and RL of Manor of Tickford

to Archibald Buchanan ? NT

BAS 184-5/41    1764

As above ? NT

BAS 186/41  1765

Sir William Hart and John Dupre to John Danell and Revd Robert Andrewes NT

BAS 187-8/41   1767

Marriage Settlement

Neville Hart to Elizabeth Aspinall NT

BAS 189-90/41   1772

L and RL

Revd R.A. to Neville Hart NT

BAS 191-2/41   1772

L and mortgage

Neville Hart to Francis Sykes NT

BAS 193-4/41  1772

Fine Sykes and Hart NT

BAS 195-6/41  1774

L and RL

Neville Hart to J Jacques NT

BAS 197-8/41   1774

L and RL       

Neville Hart to Robert Annesley NT

BAS 199-200  1774

L and RL

Neville Hart to John Roberts NT

BAS 201-2/41   1774

L and RL

Neville Hart to John Jacques NT

BAS 203-4/41 1774

Fine NT

BAS 205/41  1775

Assignment NT

BAS 373-385/41  1819-31

Tickford Park, 13 mss Notebooks containing Stewards Farm Accts.

Farm held by Henry Van Hagen.

Sheet of Notes on Van Hagen Family NT

END OF TICKFORD DEEDS


BAS 165/42     10th May 1682

Conveyance by Feoffment for £130

1)            John Waller, doctor of physic

2)            William Thorpe, tanner and Eliz his wife

Messuage in the Marsh End wherein Matthew Anthony, tanner lives, abutting N on the common Street and S on the river Lovante.(May be the Parchment Works)

BAS 166/42  1685

As above NT

BAS 167/42 1685

Deed to lead to the Uses of a Fine NT

BAS 168/42  1685

The Fine NT

BAS 169/42    4th April 1691

Mortgage of £84 on messuage in Marsh End

1)            William Thorpe, tanner and Eliz his wife and John Waller, gent and Mary his wife

2)            Andrew King, collar maker and Magdalene his wife

John Waller at the request of William Thorpe conveys the mortgage on the property to Andrew King.

BAS 170/42  2nd October 1699

Mortgage of messuage in Marsh End for a term of 999 years

1)            John Waller and Mary his wife one of the daughters of William Pomfrett late of Newport Pagnell, decd and Richard Barton, chisurgeon

2)            Henry Browne of Walton, yeoman and Stephen Thomas of Carlton, Beds, yeoman.

BAS 170/42 L&RL for £80 1699 NT

BAS 256/42   1795

Extract from the Portfield Enclosure Award, property of Robert Pearson

BAS 257/42  1796

Conveyance of Hog Holme 

1)         Robert Pearson

2)         William Payne

3)         Jane Symes

BAS    434/42     30th June 1791

Lease for 14 years at £9.10s 0d pa

1)            Ann Patch

2)            Thomas Meacher

Messuage in St John St near to a certain place called Cannon Corner and commonly known as the Two Brewers.

Witnesses. George Cooch and William Whitworth, clerks to Mr Hurst.

The lease was determinable at 7 years at the option of the Lessor or the Lessee.

(See MIDLAND BANK DEEDS)

Bas     442/42  7th November 1776

Mortgage of £150 for a term of

1)            Thomas Hencher, joiner the nephew and devisee in the Will of William Brice late of Newport Pagnell, maltster

2)            Henry Scaldwell of Hanslope, yeoman

All those two messuages and tenement with malthouse late in the occupation of William Brice now of Thomas Hencher in Marsh End, which two messuages were formerly in occupation of Richard Ping and John Brown now one messuage. The house late of John Brown now William Brown on west; house of Robert Tole on east; fronting the street on the south; and the garden of William Brown on the north, with a right of way to the garden for horses, workmen and servants through the great gates.

Witnesses Mary Holness and Richard Patch.

BAS    443/42  7th July 1801

Lease for 14 years at rent of £8 pa

1)            William Leverrett

2)            Thomas Meacher

The Three Tuns (later the Green Man)

Witnesses George and William Cooch

BAS   444/42  16th April 1810

Mortgage of £500 for a term of 10000 years

1)            The Revd Mr J M Ward of Sharnbrook, Beds

2)            Thomas Meacher

Red Lion formerly of Mary Earle then William Earle, then Robert Saunders and now Cozier. The messuage formerly of Harriet Wilkinson widow now of the Revd Thomas Bull and the garden late of Thomas Forster now of Charles Marius Hardy on the north west; the mess long since used as a poor house on the south east; and fronting the street on or towards the north east.

Recites indenture of 1770 between Forster and William Earle

BAS 145/43  1756

Release

John Burgess to Richard Neale NT

BAS    261/43            21st September 1597

1)            Thomas Mathews yeoman and Robert Harvey

2)            Richard Shortred, William Crawley of Tickford, Mathie Conny, William Hull yeoman, Anthony Potter baker, Walter Crawely yeoman, Andrew Knight yeoman, John Hull yeoman, George Hull brother of John, George Shortred butcher, Robert Newman weaver, John Holman shoemaker, John Potter shoemaker, Robert Potter weaver, Lawrence Withers the son of Thomas Wythers, Cornelius Harvey the son of Robert Harvey, Thomas Crawley the son of William Crawley, John Conny the son of Mathie Conny, Richard White the son of John White aforesaid and Thomas Hull the son of John Hull.(These are the Feoffees of the Town Lands of Newport Pagnell)

3)            John White aforesaid, William Baton, Thomas Shortred, and John Stonebridge the Church Wardens of Newport Pagnell.

Witnesseth that Thomas Wythers and Robert Harvey have granted to party 2 Messuages including the Sarisons Head, 3 shambles, a mess near Tickford Bridge in the tenure of Richard Smyth, which was given by the Will of Thomas White towards the repair of the Bridge, Fields and meadows in Newport Pagnell and Chicheley.

BAS    267/43  27th October 1653

Lease of the Saracens Head for 12 years at £13 5s 8d pa

1)            The Feoffees of the Town Lands

2)            Thomas Hartley, Innholder

Contains an Inventory of the furniture etc

BAS 523/43  1693

Lease of messuage in High St

by the Feoffees of the Town Lands to John Stanbridge NT

BAS 889/43  1646-7

Marriage Settlement

John Parrott of Willen, John Parrott his son, and Richard Parrott of Newport Pagnell. Marriage between John the younger and Mary Parrott the daughter of Richard. NT                              

BAS 961/43  1649

Quitclaim

John Parrott and Robert Parrott NT

BAS 1051/43  1629

Final Agreement concerning Messuage, Cottage and 20a in Newport Pagnell

Sir William Andrewes, William White plaintiff and Thomas White Senior defendant NT

BAS 1052/43  1647

Final Agreement concerning Messuage, Cottage and 20a in Newport Pagnell

Roger Nicholls and Robert White and others plaintiff and William White and others defendant NT

BAS 1053/43  1647

Final Agreement Cottage and Land in Newport Pagnell

Thomas and William White plaintiff and Christopher Wills defendant NT

BAS    1054/43 20th October 21 Jas I (1623)

“No (3)”

Quitclaim by John White of Brayfield, Northants, yeoman for consideration of £35 paid by John White confirms to John White “All the annuity of £4 arising out of lands in Caldecott, Newport Pagnell, now in the tenure of William White, Gent”. Recites back to deeds 2 Elizabeth (1559-60) and 10 Elizabeth (1567-68).

Witnesses Row: Lampion and Richard White.    

BAS 1055/43  1629

Deed of Covenant to Levy a Fine Messuage and land in Newport Pagnell

William White and Thomas White NT

BAS 1056/43  1630

Marriage Settlement Thomas White the elder to Thomas White the younger

Land in Caldecote NT

BAS 1057/43  1639/40

Feoffment of Messuage and land in Caldecote

Thomas White the elder and others to Thomas White the younger NT

BAS 1058/43  1649

Quit Claim

William White, Robert White and others

BAS 1059/43  1648

Bargain and Sale of house and land in Caldecote

Thomas White the elder and others to Thomas White the younger NT

BAS 1060/43  1648

Feoffment

Thomas White the elder and others to Thomas White the younger NT

BAS 1061/43  1648

Quitclaim land as in 1059

Thomas White the elder and others to Thomas White the younger NT

BAS 1062/43  1657

Final Agreement land in Caldecote

Thomas White and others to William White and others Nt

BAS 1063/43 and 1065/43 1688

Lease and Sale house and 30a in Caldecott

William White to Roger Chapman NT

BAS 1064/43 and 1066/43 1688

Lease and Sale Mill Leys and Close Caldecott

William White to Roger Chapman NT

BAS 1067/43 1688

Final Agreement

William White to Roger Chapman as 1064 NT

BAS 1068/43   1688

Quitclaim

William White to Roger Chapman as 1064 NT

BAS 1069/43  1688

Quitclaim land in Caldecote

William White to Thomas Pomfrett NT

BAS 1070/43 and 1071/43 1690

Mortgage of pasture land in Caldecott

William White to John Waller NT

BAS 1072/43  27th September 1690

Mortgage of pasture land in Caldecott

William White to Nicholas Cooper NT

BAS 1073/43    5th December 1690

Mortgage of land in Caldecott

William White to Nicholas Cooper NT

BAS 1074/43   1690

Quitclaim

Thomas Pomfrett and others to William White junior NT

BAS 1075/43  1589

Bond Thomas Humphrey to Anthony Potter NT

BAS  1076/43   1606-7

Quitclaim

Thomas White to Margaret White his mother NT

BAS 1077/43   1609

Conveyance of messuage

Richard Burford to Robert Hull NT

BAS 1078/43   26th Sept 8 James I 1610

1)         Richard Shortred, gent

2)         Robert Redman the younger, cleric?

Recites Grant by Queen Elizabeth on 14th June 1571 (23 QE) of a 20-year lease to Thomas Annesley and Ralph Annesley of,

Tenements with apps in Newport Pagnell neare to the Beayre Ditch with one quarterne of land late in the tenure of James Clarke @ 10/- pa,

And a Croft and half yardland late in the tenure of John Warren @ 13.4d pa,

And a Cottage late in the tenure of James White @ 7/8d pa, and a half yardland there called Freemans,

And a half yardland late called Mathews and one other half yardland late in the tenure of William Stokes @ 24/-pa,  

And one Waste piece of ground lying between the Common Waye which leadeth to the North Mill on the one part and a Close called Mill Close on the other late in the tenure of Robert Annesley @ 6d pa.,

All which premises were then or late in the tenure of George Annesley

And also that barn and a piece of land called a Slype to the same belonging late of Chris Houghton @ 5/- pa

ALSO a piece of Waste ground there over against the Church Yard near to a Close called Dove Close late in the tenure of William Payne @ 21/- pa

All which premises were late in the tenure of John St Leger and then part of the Honor of Ampthill, to Have and to Hold by Letters Patent to Thomas Annesley for life and then to Anne Knight, and afterwards to Ralph Annesley, yielding to the Queen Threescore nine pounds and fifteen shillings and six pence (£69 15s 6d)

BAS 1079/43   14th November 1614

Grant to Sir Henry Atkins for £720

Close called Bury Close, the Dovehouse in Bury Close, Closes of pasture known by the names of Burie Field, South Hedge, Oxmead, Westmeade, West Meade Hooke

8 acre, Bury Meade, Kykillet, Kinges Holme, all in Newport Pagnell Grant includes Conney Warren

BAS 1080/43   1616

Feoffment of cottage and tenement

Reynold Denton to Richard Gamble NT

BAS 1081/43    24th August 1622

Marriage Settlement

1)            John Conningham, mercer

2)            Thomas Barnes, mercer

On the intended marriage of Samuel Conningham son of John to Mary Barnes daughter of Thomas, JC gives the messuage where he now dwells adjoining to the messuage of William Hartley on the N; to the Kings Highway on the E and N parts; and upon a little house or shop of JC which he holds by Lease on the W.

BAS 1082/43  27th November 1624

Marriage Settlement

1)            Robert Potter weaver

2)            Jeffery Potter, husbandman and John Shelford of Sherington, trustees

Settlement in advance of marriage between Thomas Potter son of Robert and Dorothy Grey, widow the sister of John Shelford.

Robert grants to trustees Tenement or dwelling house with apps wherein Nicholas Kendall decd lately dwelt and all that dwelling house wherein Thomas Dutton now dwells with yard and garden belonging in the tenure of William Hartley.

Also 6a of arable land in the Portfield now in the tenure of Robert Potter and all the acre of leys on Short furlong in the tenure of RP which were the Ancient Inheritance of Thomas Potter decd father of Robert Potter and contain one quarterne of land.

BAS 1083/43     21st March 1624

Endorsement confirms this is a copy made 15t May 1637, of a conveyance made by George Hull to Henry Conningham. Witnesses to copy Richard Hull, George Hull and John Johnson

A further endorsement is “These writings concern the house against the Hill”

Conveyance 21st March 1624 for consideration of £65 

1)            Robert Hull, taylor and George Hull, gent

2)            Henry Conningham, yeoman

The house in Newport Pagnell wherein Henry Conningham dwelleth and all that kitchen on the north side of the said tenement now in the tenure of Robert Revis and the rometh (inserted here is “the fourth part of”) the said tenement next adjoining to the street now being in the tenure of Henry Conningham and the chamber over the same rometh, the shopp now in the tenure of George Dacken? the entre on the west side of the said Shopp and the little rometh next adjoining to the same shopp being on the north parte thereof now in the tenure of Robert Hull

All that chamber which is upon the same shopp and the little rometh to the same shopp above mentioned and the Entrée of the said Robert Hull and all that part of the yard next adjoining to the said houses now in the tenure of the said Henry Conningham and Robert Revis as the same garden is now marked and sett out to be fenced by the said Henry Conningham his heirs and assigns.

Deed gives conditions and remainders thereof including free entry to the said Henry Conningham to and from the lane in Newport Pagnell called Dunghill Lane and through the cart gateway there to be made and by and thereunto the yard of the said --- Hull into the yard of the said Henry Conningham. To have and to hold to Henry Conningham and his heirs and assigns for ever.

BAS 1084/43    1623

Receiving of Lands in Tickford Field

Robert Kirtland NT

BAS 1085/43  1626-7

Mortgage of Mill and Land in Caldecote

Thomas White the elder to John Withering and others NT

BAS 1086/43  1627

Feoffment of land in Newport Pagnell

Richard Bunford senior to Richard Bunford junior NT

BAS 1087/43  2nd May 1628

Quitclaim by Robert Hull, taylor to George Hull of All that Burgage in Newport Pagnell wherein RH dwells with a barn, yard and backside adjoining to the house and ground of Ralph Kent and to the ground of George Hull late in the tenure of Bridgett Kitelie widow on the E; the house and ground of Thomas Stile gent and he house and ground of Henry Conningham on the W. to have and to hold to GH and his heirs for ever  

BAS 1088/43   14th March 1632

Quitclaim by Samuel Conningham, chandler.

In consideration of the love and affection he has for Margaret his now wife and in consideration of a jointure to be had and affixed to her he gives “All that messuage or tenement with appurtenances wherein he now dwells adjoining to the messuage or tenement of James Hartley on the S; and the King’s Highway on the N.

BAS 1089/43     1635-6

Appointment of Trustees land in Newport Pagnell

William Hartley and Jeffery Potter and John Cowley in Trust for John Perrott NT

BAS 1090/43 28th August 1637

Quitclaim by George Hull of Newport Pagnell, yeoman, grants to Katherine Johnson the wife of John Johnson of Newport Pagnell, shoemaker “All that Burgage or tenement with appurtenances wherein John Johnson now dwells, being between the messuage or tenement of Ralph Kent on the E; the tenement of John Conningham the elder on the W; and abutting the King’s Highway on the S. To have and to hold to the use and behoof of KJ and Elizabeth Hull widow the mother of KJ during the term of their lives and then to their heirs forever.

Witnesses, William Hull, R Piggott and Richard Hull.

(See DB44/26 and DB245)

BAS 1091/43  14th December 1649

“No (3)”

1)            John Newman the younger of Olney

2)            Robert Perrott and George Hull the executors of the Will of Richard Perrott lately deceased

Recites that Richard Perrott by his Will gave his “grandchildren then living and to be born 5 score pounds (£100) which Francis Phipps of Olney owes me for assurance of which I have his lands in Olney”

“Also 3 score pounds £60 that Josias Roughead of Newport Pagnell owes me for assurance of which I have his houses and closes in Milton, Bedfordshire”

“And £50 which Josias Chapman owes me for which I have his meadows and lands in the Portfield of Newport Pagnell”

Witnesses John Parker, Joseph Parker and W B Yarke 

Folded inside the above is a Bond endorsed “No5” by which John Perrott was bound to George Hull.

BAS  1092/43  14th December 1649

“No (4)”

1)            George Hull yeoman one of the executors of the Will of Richard Perrott

2)            Robert Perrott another of the executors of the Will of Richard Perrott

Release of Wife’s dowery

BAS    1093/43  10th July 1654   (see D27/173)

            Witnesses Anthony Potter and John Chapman

1)         William Pomfrett, James Hartley mercer, William Hardwicke of Gayhurst, George Chapman citizen and carpenter of London

2)         Arch Wright, lacebuyer

3)         Daniel Howse of Olney, yeoman and June his wife

4)         Francis Godred, yeoman and Elizabeth his wife

Recites Fine between Parties 2 and 4 of a Mess where Elizabeth Foster now dwells sit in Newport Pagnell also the cottage (see D27/173) where Joan Benyon wife of Thomas Benyon now dwells, and a house in Olney

BAS 1094/43   1659

Bond

Thomas Kilpin to Sir Henry Andrewes, Bart NT

BAS  1096/43   30th October 17 Chas II 1665

Lease at rental of £9 pa                 

1)         Sir Henry Andrewes of Lathbury, knight and baronet

2)         Richard Worrall, gent

All that after crop of Grass of the meadow or Holme lying near Newport Mill cont 12a in the occupation of Richard Arpin.

Witnesses Richard Pisey, Roger Chapman and Thomas Pomfrett

BAS  1097/43     4th June 1669

Marriage Settlement

1)            John Johnson, cordwainer

2)            William Skevington of Newenton

3)            Anne Johnson now the wife of John Johnson and the daughter of William Skevington

Settlement on marriage already had of John Johnson and Anne Skevington.  William gives £60 to John and in return John settles on his wife Anne “All that Burgage in Newport Pagnell now in the occupation of John Johnson, bounded by the messuage of Richard Vaughan on the W ; and the messuage of William Corkaine on the E.

This Deed was not signed.

BAS  1098/43    3rd June 1678-9

“No 1 Assignment of Lease”

1)            John Matthew, lacebuyer and Thomas Potter

2)            Anne Lane, widow

Recites that Thomas Barnes and Arthur Humfrey on the 9th April 1646, at the request of Stephen Flint late of Hackney, Middx, yeoman who was the executor of the Will of Mary Flint his aunt, did sell and to farm lett to Samuel Conningham, All that dwelling house called Bare Ditch Coppy with the barn, orchard, garden and Close thereunto adjoining containing half an acre. Then divided into 4 tenements in the occupation of John Potter, James Knights, Richard Coleman and Edward Trundle at apportioned rents of 5s 10d to hold to Samuel Conningham from 2.11.1655 for a period of 66 and a half years.

Recites deeds of 30th June 1646 by which the Lease was conveyed by Samuel Conningham and Stephen Flint to Richard Peter and Richard Smith for the remainder of the 66 years.

Recites subsequent lease commencing 29th June 1677-8 by John Peter of London the Administrator of the Goods and Chattels of Richard Peter late of London decd draper and George smith of Stagsden (which GS and JP were the executors of the Will of Richard Smith late of Great Linford who was the trustee for Richard Peter for the lands and tenements in the said indenture of 1646 of the first part and John Matthew and Thomas Potter of the other part for the sum therein mentioned) did grant bargain, sell and sett over to Thomas Potter All that messuage called Bareditch Coppy divided into 5 tenements in the occs of George Manning, William Timbs, Hugh Willis, John Lancaster  and Mary Wright widow,  

Witnesses John Chowne and Henry Gladman

BAS  1099/43    2nd December 1671

“Messuage at Tickford, Feoffment in Trust”

Marriage Settlement

1)            William Cooper of Tickford End, yeoman

2)            Thomas Gregory of Wavendon, yeoman and John Kilpin of Wavendon.

In anticipation of the marriage between William Cooper and Mary Gregory the daughter of Thomas, William gives to Thomas and John as Trustees His messuage in Tickford End.

Witness John Cooper

BAS    1100/43   15th January 1679

(See DB20/11-12)

RL for consideration of £20 10s 0d

1)            Thomas Sapwell the elder yeoman and Thomas Sapwell the younger heir apparent to Thomas

2)            John Chowne, draper

Messuage with appurtenances in Pooles Lane now occupied by Thomas the elder and which was formerly 2 tenements and purchased of Robert Indley.

Witnesses Richard Chapman and Thomas Harding.

BAS 1101/43  28th Nov 1679    Lease for 6 months commencing 27.11.1679 at rent of 6d

1)         Arthur Earl of Anglesey

2)         John Matthew, lacebuyer

Dwelling house, called Bareditch Coppy with a barn, orchard, garden and close thereunto adjoining situate in Newport Pagnell, which Dwelling House is now divided into 5 tenements late in the several occupations of William Timbs, Hugh Willis, George Manning, John Lancaster and Mary Wright widow.

Witnesses Richard Chapman, Thomas Potter and Bryan Wade

(This is same as DB244/1 and DB32/4 both dated 29th Nov 1679)

BAS 1102/43    1680

Agreement to Levy a Fine land in Newport Pagnell

Thomas Purcell and others, to Henry Bun? and others NT

BAS  1103/43    20th November 1684

L of lands in Caldecot

1)            John Pemberton of Lincolns Inn, Gent the son and heir of John Pemberton, late of Bedford, Gent the last surviving trustee of Thomas White of Caldecote, Newport Pagnell, deceased

2)            Thomas Pomfrett, Gent, William Hartley, apothecary and Joseph Philips, Gent

Recites the Will of Thomas White, dated 11th January 1678

BAS 1104/43   Fine 1658

Between William Baldwin, Clement Palmer, plaintiffs John Forster, and Sarah his wife, Robert Perry, Griffin Langford and Eliz his wife, Stephen France and Lettie his wife, Matthew Annesley and Mary his wife, defendants, of 5 messuages, 10 cottages, 6 gardens, 6 orchards, 5a of pasture and Common of Pasture in Hanslope and Newport Pagnell.

BAS 1105/43            St Martin 1 Wm and Mary  1689   

Fine in Latin. Cottages and land in Newport Pagnell

John Sellars and Richard Smallbones plaintiffs

William Farrow and Alice his wife, Henry Cunningham and Ann his wife, John Kendall alias Mills and Elizabeth his wife, and Samuel Allen and Elizabeth his wife.

BAS    1106/43 and 1107/43 both the same

BAS  1107/43   21st December 1683                       

Mortgage of £10 for term of 39 years

1)            Samuel Allen, sievemaker

2)            John Bunker, (Buncher) labourer of Great Linford

All that Messuage in the tenure of Samuel Allen

Witnesses John Ruffhead, William Mills alias Kendall, and Thomas Kenlye

BAS 1108/43 1683

Bond (Ref to above)

Samuel Allen to John Buncher NT

BAS 1109/43  1685/-6

Bond Messuage in Newport Pagnell

Samuel Allen to Richard Smallbones

BAS  1110/43     24th January 1685

Feoffment for £60

1)            Samuel Allen, sievemaker and Elizabeth his wife and John Kendall (alias Mills) of Lathbury, yeoman

2)            Richard Smallbones the younger, cooper

All those four cottages situate in the High Town formerly three now four in the occupation of Samuel Allen, widow Walgrave, Robert Bolyn and Thomas Robinson, with gardens etc

Witnesses William Kendall alias Mills, Henry Wagstaffe,

BAS  1111/43   1.11.1689

Deed to Lead to the Uses of a Fine

1)         John Kendall, alias Mills

2)         Richard Smallbones

All those 4 cottages in the High Town now in the occupations of Richard Smallbones, Elizabeth Raben, widow and John Woodstocke, which Richard  Smallbones lately purchased of John Kendall alias Mills, Samuel Allen and Elizabeth  his wife.   

Witnesses Thomas Cooper and Henry Wagstaffe

(Notes:

John is son of Ralph Kendall, see DB111/2

Smallbones has 3 daughters see DB19/7 a later 1714 deed for part of this property).

BAS 1112/43    17th March 1658

Conveyance for £4

1)            Mathew Annesley, yeoman

2)            John Kendall otherwise Mills, butcher

All those seaven 7 cottages or tenements in the tenures of John Kendall, widow Tuero or Tuen, Robert Middleton, George Kendall alias Mills, John Sligner, John Broamfoot, widow Warren, and widow Bass, situated in Dungy Lane, the said lane being on the west part thereof and the house late of William Conningham.

BAS    1113/43    18th October 1686

“Assignment of Premises in Newport Pagnell”

1)            Richard Kilpin, draper

2)            John Davis, labourer

Recites that John Price, yeoman on the 25th November 35 Chas II (1683) mortgaged to Hugh Chibnall for a term of 800 years “All those 2 cottages in Newport Pagnell adjoining the Churchyard on the E and Church lane on the N.

(See DB244/17 earlier deed and MKDC Deeds 0094/1-22 for later deeds)

BAS 1114/43  1686

Bond for above

Kilpin to Davis NT

BAS 1116/43   1690-1

Marriage Settlement with Schedule of lands, leys and meadows

Roger Chapman to George Goodman NT

BAS 1117/43    1691

Assignment of Tithes in Newport Pagnell

Sir Richard Atkins, Bart to Anthony Chapman NT

BAS 1118/43   5th June 1691

Lease for a year for 5 shillings

1)            Ralph Hooton Senr, yeoman

2)            John Hooton, jnr of Stoke Goldington

A close or pightle of pasture in Marsh End between the ground of Samuel Potter on the S; ground of Roger Chapman  on the N; and abutting W on the Common field (Portfield) and E on the Highway.

BAS 1119-20/43    c1692

Defence to Bill of Complaint

William Foskett and others defendants and Elizabeth Hull complainant NT

BAS 1121/43   1693

Lease of Title

Sir Richard Atkins to Anthony Chapman NT

BAS 1122/43   1693

Feoffment of land in Newport Pagnell

John Hodgkins to John Waller NT

BAS 1123/43  1697

“No (3)” “A Release Discharged for Personal Estate”

Quitclaim by Robert Perrott of Leighton Buzzard concerning the Personal Estate of his father Robert Perrott. Recites his Will of 7.4.1686.

BAS 1124/43   16th Jan 1698

1)         Richard Barton, chirurgion (surgeon)

2)         Henry Wagstaffe, gent

Recites that Ralph Kent by Deed Poll of 9.12.1653 granted to Anthony Potter for 66 years "All that house called the Common Bakehouse then in the ten of Ralph Kent" and that Richard Potter late of Newport Pagnell baker agreed to sell it to Richard Barton for £51.1s 6d, (in occupation Alice Richardson) but that Richard Potter died before the conveyance, and that Anne Potter the widow of Richard sold it to Thomas Potter for the same amount, and that Thomas by Indenture of bargain and sale of 1.3.1683 sold it to Richard Barton and that now Richard   Barton is selling to Henry Wagstaffe "All the said house in the High St of Newport Pagnell formerly called the Common Bakehouse with the yard, backside etc"

BAS 1125/43    2nd June 1697

Conveyance for £325

1)            Samuel Potter citizen and leather seller in London

2)            Marke James, butcher

Messuage in Marsh End called the Red House in the tenure of Samuel Potter, formerly of Thomas Pinge and before of William Curtis,

Also 2 Closes of 8a,

Also the close called Stone Wall Close adjoining and lying with the same closes on the one side and St John’s piece on the other.

Witnesses John Pomfrett and John Matthew.

BAS 1126/43   1699-1700

Bond

John Johnson to Anna Johnson NT

BAS 1128/43   714

L and RL of messuage in Caldecote

Ann Hall, widow and Elizabeth Seabright widow NT

BAS  1132/43     25th March 1736 (See DB247)

Mortgage

1)            Edmund Waller of St Johns College, Cambridge

2)            David Odell of the City of London, vintner, son and heir of David Odell of St Martins in the fields, deceased who was the eldest son and heir of William Odell late of Newport Pagnell, fellmonger

3)            Luke Leverrett, surgeon

4)            David Leverrett, whitesmith.

Messuage near Tickford Bridge

BAS    1133/43   4th July 1738

Articles of Agreement re the purchase of a house in Newport Pagnell for £250

1)            William Hunt, clerk

2)            The Right Hon Lord Haversham, Baron of Haversham

Agreed that Haversham will purchase from Hunt the messuage with outhouses, yard and gardens now in the occupation of Hunt. Also another small messuage, in the yard of the said messuage, now in the occupation of Sarah Boot widow. All situated and being together in a certain street called Silver Street in Marsh End.

Bounded by the tenement of Ann Course widow on the E; another tenement in the occupation of Richard Judkins on the W; and the Hospital Close there on the S; and Silver Street on the N.

Witnesses L Banker and John Mason

BAS 1134/43  1758

Bargain and Sale of the Rectory etc of Newport Pagnell

Sir William Bowyer and others to John Dighton NT

BAS 1135/43    1750

Agreement for Sale of Caldecote Manor

John Pardoe to William Backwell NT

BAS 1136/43    1760

Bargain and Sale of land in Newport Pagnell

John Dighton trustee to John Haddon trustee NT

BAS 1137/43   1764

Feoffment of messuage in Marsh End

Thomas Gibbs to William Leach NT

BAS 1142/43    1781

Declaration of Trust

Sarah Milward, widow to Walter Beattie NT

BAS 1143/43   1795

Final Agreement Tithes and land in Newport Pagnell

John Burnham plaintiff and Ann Paine and others defendants NT

BAS 1144/43   1795

Release Re above NT

BAS 1145/43   11th December 1799

Lease of 5 cottages for 21 years

1)            The Master William Davis, bachelor of Laws, vicar of Newport Pagnell and the Governors of Queen Anne’s Hospital

2)            John Coles, yeoman

Two cottages at the corner of Pooles Lane next to Marsh End in the occupations of John Parsons and Elizabeth Hare, the Common Street on the SE and SW; and the house and ground of Thomas Eaglestone on the NE and NW.

Also 3 cottages on the Green in the occupation of Douglas Paine, Major Paine and Eleanor Burrell, the Messuage of Lord Viscount Valentia on the E and W; a close of pasture of Queen Annes Hospital on the N; and the Common Street called The Green on the S

BAS  1147/43   1857

Declaration of Trust Provident Benefit Society, Premises in Tickford End. NT

BAS 1150/43   1893

Affidavits for Administration of the Will of Louisa Paine of Newport Pagnell  NT

BAS 51/44   1586

Marriage Settlement

Thomas White and Agnes his wife NT

BAS 172/44   1759

Caldecote Estate

Letters, from Benjamin Pomfrett to William Backwell, Esq. NT

BAS 174/44    1630

Settlement of Messuage and lands in Caldecote

1st part Thomas White senior (son and heir of Lawrence White) to ------ and Mary his wife

2 others parts NT

BAS 335/44  14th July 1634

Feoffment for consideration of £80

1)            Thos Illinge, baker

2)            John Stapp, yeoman

Messuage or tenement in the Burrough of Newport Pagnell between the tenements now in the tenure of Henry Knowles and the Church yard of Newport Pagnell aforesaid on the S; and the tenement of John Palmer now in the tenure of William Ridgeley on the N; and extending from the Highway leading towards the North Bridge of Newport Pagnell on the West unto the lane called Church Lane on the East end.

Also that cottage or tenement situated in Church Lane lately erected by Thomas Illinge now in the tenure of Anthony Nightingale.

BAS 336/44   23rd March 1656

Feoffment of messuage for consideration of £115

1)         John Stapp, yeoman

2)         Thomas White, baker

All that cottage now in the tenure of Henry Hall and also all that one tenement in Newport Pagnell to the said messuage belonging now in the tenure of Philip Bodford. The house and ground of Edward Sibley lying on the part thereof to the N; and the house and ground of Thomas Lealands towards the S; the Church yard and Church Lane to the E and Se parts thereof, and abutting on the W upon the street.

BAS 337/44   20th July 1662

Lease for 1 year for 6d see Release below

BAS  337a/44     22nd July 1662

Release following the Lease above

Conveyance of messuage for £100

1)            John Forster, citizen and Merchant Tailor of London and Mary White of Newport Pagnell, spinster

2)            Henry Hall, baker

Messuage wherein Thomas White lately dwelt, also a cottage with appurtenances at the Back Gate of the messuage

Witnesses Edward Swaco, William Gallifer, and Roger Chapman

BAS  339/44   20th August 1705

Conveyance for £141 1s 6d

1)            Thomas Hall, baker and Anna his wife execs of the Will of Martha Hall (Anne’s Mother)

2)            William Bullock of St Martins in the Fields, Middlesex, gent

Property is Messuage wherein Thomas White lately dwelt and also a cottage on the backgate of the messuage

Recites conveyance of 21st July 20 Chas II 1668 for £100

1)            John Foster citizen and Merchant Taylor of London and Mary White, spinster

2)            Henry Hall, baker

Further recites that Henry Hall now deceased, Will 13th June 1691 left messuage to Martha his wife. Martha deceased her Will 15th July 1697 left mess to her daughter Anna the wife of Thomas Hall. 

Witnesses A Mottishead and John Thacker

BAS 340/44  1707

Deed to Declare the Uses of a Fine

1st part Thomas Hall and Anna his wife

2 other parts NT

BAS 341/44   1709

Release

Morris Hall to Richard Toomes and Ann his wife NT

BAS 373/44   1620

Feoffment of Half a Yardland

John Wythers to Thomas Kilpin NT

BAS 375/44   1646

Feoffment of Pightle called Hill Close

Thomas and Richard Kilpin to John Purratt NT

BAS 377/44  1640

Assignment of Townsend Close

James Soane and Richard Hull to Thomas Kilpin and William Cooper NT

BAS 378-380a/44

Are for same as above NT

BAS 374/44    1635

Feoffment of half a Yardland

Thomas Kilpin to Richard Kilpin NT

BAS 376/44    1651

Assignment of Lease of half a Yardland

Thomas and Richard Kilpin to William Neale NT

BAS  381/44    20th December 1617

Lease for 21 Years @ 30 shillings pa

1)            Richard Shortred, Mathias Coney, Walter Haule, Andrew Knight, George Hull, George Shortred, Robert Newman, John Potter and Richard Lillywhite the Feoffees of the Town Lands of Newport Pagnell

2)            Thomas Lillywhite of Tickford, whillower (willower)

Messuage in Tickford in the occupation of Thomas, late of Richard Smith, deceased.

Witnesses John Godfrye and John Prestman

BAS 382/44    1672

Feoffment of lands in Tickford 8a with terrier

William Waldock senior and William Hartley

to William Cowper NT

BAS 383/44   1673

Feoffment of 3a of sward in Tickford

Henry Sibthorpe alias Butcher

to William Cooper junior NT

BAS 384/44  1674

Mortgage of 8a 1 rood of land and 3a of sward in Tickford

William Cooper to Thomas Foxton NT

BAS 385/44   1678

Assignment of mortgage

Thomas Foxton to George Chapman and Roger Chapman NT

BAS 386/44  1679

Assignment of mortgage of leys of pasture in Tickford

Simon Bennett and Roger Chapman to Thomas Pearson NT

BAS 387/44   1602

Inspexinns of Grant of Tickford Park to Sir John Fortescue, Knight NT

BAS 388/44    1616

Exemplification of Letter Patent at the Request of Henry Atkins Doctor of Physic (Bury Close and other lands) NT

BAS 389/44   1620

Tickford Park Deeds enrolled

Lady Alice Fortescue, widow

Of Sir John etc to Henry Atkins Doctor of Physic NT

BAS 390/44    1620

Conveyance of Tickford Park

1st part Lady Alice, Sir Francis, William, and John Fortescue (2 other parts) NT

BAS 392/44   1620

Exemplification of a Recovery of Tickford Park

William Carpenter against Henry Atkins NT

BAS 393/44    1623-4

Exemplification of a Recovery of Tickford Park

Henry Atkins against William Carpenter NT

BAS 394/44    1623-4

Exemplification of a Recovery of Tickford Park

Lady Alice Fortescue, widow and others against Henry Atkins NT

BAS 395/44    1641

Lease of Fields and Fishery Rights with counterpart

The Hon. Arthur Annesley to James Annesley, tanner NT

BAS 396/44   1626

Lease of 51a etc at Tickford

The Hon. Sir Francis Annesley, Bart to Geoffrey Potter and John Marshall, junior NT

BAS 397/44    1632

Lease of lands in Tickford

Right Hon. Francis Lord Mountnorris etc to Geoffrey Potter and John Marshall junior NT

BAS 398/44   1641

Lease of 51a in Tickford Field

The Hon. Arthur Annesley, to Geoffrey Potter and George Annesley, husbandman NT

BAS 399/44   1670

Lease of lands in Newport Pagnell

The Right Hon. Arthur Earl of Anglesey, Lord Mountnorris etc to Matthew Annesley, tanner NT

BAS 400/44   1670

Lease of messuage in Tickford

Thomas Kilpin, George Chapman, Roger Chapman, William Hartley, Richard Worrall, John Peter, Godfrey Withers, Thomas Barnes, John Purratt, Richard Edmunds, Thomas Pearson, William Odell, Thomas Rider, Richard Odell, John Judkin, John Davis, and Henry Cunningham the Feoffees of the Town Lands of Newport Pagnell to Augustus Road NT

BAS 401/44    1616

Assignment of part of Tickford Park

Robert Annesley to John Lane and Edmund Thornton NT

BAS 402/44   20th September 1691

Conveyance for £125

1)            Thomas Osborne of Olney, yeoman and Judith his wife

2)            Richard Purratt

Thomas stands possessed of a half yardland containing 27a 1r at the yearly rent of 22 shillings held by lease under the Crown.

BAS 403/44   1673

Lease of a Close and pasture in Tickford End

Right Hon. Arthur Lord Annesley etc to Richard Edmunds NT

BAS 404/44    1746-7

Manor of Tickford

Order in Suit between Sir Richard Atkins an Infant and Sir John Stonehouse Bart and Dame Penelope Stonehouse and others, NT

BAS 430/44

Tenements and lands in Newport Pagnell, Newton Blossomville, Fenny Stratford in Bletchley and Olney Fine,  Parsification 5 William and Mary, Hilary 1692-3

Between William Revis and Martin James plaintiffs

And Roger Potter and Mary his wife, Thomas Bennett and Mary his wife, John Sanders and Elizabeth his wife, Francis Rickyard and Anna his wife, and Lewis Wheeler defendants NT

BAS  522/44    12th September 16 Jas I (1618)

Quitclaim by Thomas Illinge of Newport Pagnell, baker to Robert Newman junior, glover of lands in Newport Pagnell for £10

BAS 523/44   18th September 1693                      

Lease for 12 years at rent of £3 10s 0d

1)         George Chapman, Abeya Chapman, William Hartley, Godfrey Withers, Richard Edmunds, Thomas Pearson, William Odell and John Davis, Feoffees of the Townland of Newport Pagnell heretofore given for Charitable purposes.

2)         John Stonebridge.

Messuage in High St in occupation John Stonebridge with outhouses, yards etc.

BAS 524/44    1635

Lease of messuage in Newport Pagnell

Sir Henry Atkins, Richard Parrott, Richard Hull, clerk, George Hull, junior, Anthony Potter junior, Richard Barnes, Samuel Cunningham and John Coles Trustees for the Town Lands to William Cowley  NT

BAS 525/44    1622-3

Lease of lands in Fields of Newport Pagnell

Matthew Conny senior, George Hull, George Shortred, Robert Newman, John Potter, and Robert Potter Trustees to Thomas Nicholls NT

BAS 527/44   24th June 1725                    

Lease for 12 years at rent of £4

1)         Anthony Chapman, Robert Perrott, John Mathew jnr, William Atterbury, Roger Chapman, Francis Mead, Richard Perrott jnr, John Mathew senior, Benjamin Waller, John Smith, John Perrott, Feoffees of the Townland of Newport Pagnell heretofore given for Charitable purposes.

2)         Thomas Wilkinson, brickmaker

2 Closes of pasture in Newport Pagnell called the Wickes abutting on the river E; and the highways by St John's Piece W.

BAS 528/44              

Lease

Anthony Chapman and other Trustees of Town Lands to John Stonebridge NT

BAS 529/44  1721

Lease

Anthony Chapman and other Trustees of Town Lands to George Richardson NT

BAS 530/44    1st March 1675-6

Endorsed “Old Deeds out of date and useless”

Lease for 12 years at £4 pa commencing 21st March next.

1)            Thomas Kilpin, George Chapman, Roger Chapman, Richard Worrall, William Hartley, Godfrey Withers, John Hinsett, Richard Simonds, Thomas Henson, William Odell, Richard Odell, John Judkins, John Revis and Henry Conningham the Feoffees of the Town Lands

2)            Thomas Ingram, cooper

All that new built messuage in the occupation of Thomas Ingram and adjoining to the house of Godfrey Withers.

BAS 531/44   2nd July 1709                       

Lease for 12 years at rent of £3 10s 0d

1)         Anthony Chapman, Thomas Withers, Robert Perrot, Thomas Rider, John Mathew, William Yate, Daniel Hooton, Edward Cripps, Thomas Smith, William Atterbury, Feoffees of the Town Lands of Newport Pagnell heretofore given for Charitable purposes.

2)         John Richardson, shoemaker

Messuage in the High St in occupation John Richardson with outhouses yds etc.

Endorsed “Standards left in the within mentioned cottage to be left as good as end of term.

In the Hall, 1 dresser with 4 drawers and 2 cupboards, 3 shelves, a bacon rack, a rack to lay spoons, a shelf on the chimney, a bench in the chimney, a coffer, a bed, a deal door with a lock and hinge, a window shutt, . . outward doores? Is a glasse window and cases  . . and a door to the street and another to the yard, 3 shelves in the lean-to in the yard. In the Chamber a chimney piece and a deale partition”

BAS 532/44    16th February 1762

1)            Barnabus Gibbs and Thomas Gibbs of Nether Arncott in the parish of Ambroseden, Oxfordshire

2)            Mrs Sarah Burt

The Assignment of Thomas Gibbs’ mortgage of 2 cottages and Demise of several other houses in Newport Pagnell, for securing mortgage of £33.

Two cottages where --- Candy and William Cole dwelt situated in the Marsh End, also the yard and orchards adjoining, also the entry and well belonging. The house and ground late of Sapwells adjoining to the S end; the house and ground of Henry White on the N; the Farmyard of Thomas Chapman in the occupation of John Brown on the NE; and fronting the Highway on the SW part thereof. 

BAS 811/44    1612-1824

Abstract of Title of PHW with pedigree of Purratt family former possessors of the Estate NT

BAS 812/44   20th December 1731

Conveyance for £25           

Property in Marsh End (Black Bull)

1)    Hannah Palmer widow of John Palmer salesman deceased and Thomas Palmer of Bedford, grocer

2)    John Geary, butcher and Ann his wife.

Two cottages standing in Marsh End with curtilage, in the biggest of which John Maleings, labourer doth dwell and  in the other Aaron Freeman Taylor. The house and yard now  in the possession of John Geary now standing abutting on the W; the ground of Thomas Chapman on the E; the ground of Elizabeth Rider, widow on N; and the common Highway on the S. Property was late the estate of John Davis and was purchased by John Palmer in 1710.

BAS 220/45    25th March 23 Chas I

Assignment

Anthony White and William White to James Annesley and Sarah his wife and George Annesley NT

BAS 223/45    1620-1794

Schedule of Deeds relating to an Estate in Tickford End NT

BAS 224/45   1792

Abstract of Title of the late John Purratt to 2 messuages in Tickford End NT

BAS 225/45    1616-1725

Schedule of Deeds relating to an Estate in the Fields of Tickford purchased by John Purratt NT

BAS 226/45    1691-1784

Schedule of Deeds relating to 6 leys of pasture in Tickford formerly property of John Purratt NT

BAS 250/45    1728

Assignment of lands in Tickford End

Jemima Waller, spinster to Edmund Waller one of the sons of John Waller NT

BAS 251/45   1821

Assignment of Receiver

1st part Philip Hoddle Ward and Sarah his wife

(2 other parts)

Plan of Priory Estate in Tickford End with Field names NT

BAS 252/45    1831

Charge upon an Estate

1st Part PHW

2nd part Robert Collison NT

BAS 253/45   1698

Demise of Tithes

Lady Elizabeth Atkins widow to Roger Chapman NT

BAS 254/45   1716

Release of an Annuity

1st part Mary Barber widow of Edmund Barber

2 other parts and formerly of William White NT

BAS 260/45    1812

Release

Joseph Tee Errington and Jane Errington, spinster

to William Hoddle Ward, Thomas Sanders Hollingworth and William Lucas NT

BAS 262/45   23rd and 24th April 1792

Conveyance by L and RL

Endorsed “The entirety of the property devised by the Will of Robert Perrott

1)            Dr Renny and others

2)            Rowland Maltby

Farmhouse on the Green and Closes

BAS 265/45     4th July 1746

Mortgage of £40 for a term of 1000 years

1)            Elizabeth Biss of Dorking, widow

2)            Hugh Smith of Little Woolstone, gent, John Hurst of Newport Pagnell and John Hooton the younger of Tickford Abbey

Property mortgaged is the Red Bull in the High Street

BAS 266/45    11th February 1705

Mortgage for a term of 500 years for securing £150 to 3 children

1)            John Smith of Highgate, London, lace merchant and Elizabeth his wife, John Matthew, lace  merchant, and Henry Wagstaffe

2)            Peter Storer junior of the Inner Temple

All those 2 messuages (in High Street) deed mentions Stall Ground)

Bond folded inside Deed

Witnesses John Hayes, Michael Charlotte and Edward Charlotte

PART 2

LIST OF BAS DEEDS NOT YET TRANSCRIBED

BAS 1             1803

Bond John Hull to Joseph Harrold NT

BAS 2   1684

Agreement re lands in Tickford

Richard Atkins to George Cherry NT

BAS 3   1628

Lease of lands in Tickford

Henry Atkins and his son Henry to Anthony Potter NT

BAS 5  1628

Release of Manor of Newport Pagnell

Conney, Humfrey and Barnes to Sir Thomas Dawes NT

BAS 9 1676

Settlement of Tickford Manor Atkins NT

BAS 10  1686

Agreement re land in Tickford

Rebecca Atkins and Philip Cowley to Thomas Halfpenny, James Allen and Thomas Chape NT

BAS 378/28   1843

Bond (Re Sheriff) NT

BAS 9/35    1768

Eyles property in Newport Pagnell, Stony Stratford and Calverton NT

BAS 790/37   1705

Deed of Sale of mess’s

John Hobbs to John Brampton NT

BAS 837-8/37   1793

Assignment and Inventory of the Estate of Geo Osborne for the Benefit of Creditors NT

BAS 1016-1019/37  1816

Bundle of Assignments re 1816 re-conveyance to James Randall White NT

BAS 420/38   1771

Final Concord re 5 cottages

Mr Cripps plaintiff, William and Mary Frost and Ann Edwards Deforciants NT

BAS 578/38   1672

Bond for £10

Richard Odell to Richard Tapp NT

BAS 580/38   1684

Agreement (Uses of a Fine) Richard Barton and Dorothy his wife to Richard Saunders NT

BAS 597/40   1806

Extract from Register re Burial of Hannah Cole NT

DEEDS RE TICKFORD ESTATE

BAS 161/41   1772

Lease of Estate in the Hamlet of Tickford

Mr Neville Hart to Robert King NT

BAS 162/41   1772

Lease

Neville Hart to John and William Hart NT

BAS 49/40    1775

Agreement re Manor of Tickford

Between, Levett, Neville, Jacques, Annesley and Shergold NT

BAS 163-4/41   1781

Lease

Manor of Tickford Hannah Jacques to George Blount NT

BAS 165/41   1799

Lease

Frederick Van Hagen and William Paul NT

BAS 166/41   1812

Clare Elizabeth Van Hagen and Henry Van Hagen to Henry Piper Sperling NT

BAS 167/41   1815

Lease

Henry Van Hagen to John Cutting NT

BAS 168/41  

Extracts from Cal Pat Rolls 28 Eliz I and 21 Jas I NT

BAS 170/41   1799

Certificate of Land Tax

Lands of Van Hagen NT

BAS 172/41   1757

(Same as DB160/1&2)  5th and 6th December 1757

Conveyance of the Manor of Tickford by L and RL for £4200

1)         Sir William Bowyer, baronet of Denham, Bucks and William Stonehouse Esq., 2nd brother of Sir John Stonehouse of Radley, the devisees, trustees and executors of Sir Richard Atkins baronet, late of Clapham, Surrey

2)         John Hooton NT

BAS 173-4/41   1757

L and RL of Manor

3)     as above

4)     Henry Uthwatt and Thos Hooton NT

BAS 175/41   1814

Plan of Farm at Tickford Park NT

BAS 176/41   1757

Covenant to Produce Deeds

Bowyer etc to James Buchanan NT

BAS 177-8/41   1759

Lease

Henry Uthwatt and John Hooton NT

BAS 179-80/41    1757

Conveyance 4 Closes called the Slaunches

Bowyer and Stonehouse to Charles Chester and Richard Lowndes (may be same as D/X41/1-4) NT

BAS 181-3/41    1764

L and RL of Manor of Tickford

to Archibald Buchanan ? NT

BAS 184-5/41    1764

As above ? NT

BAS 186/41  1765

Sir William Hart and John Dupre to John Danell and Revd Robert Andrewes NT

BAS 187-8/41    1767

Marriage Settlement

Neville Hart to Elizabeth Aspinall NT

BAS 189-90/41   1772

L and RL

Revd R.A. to Neville Hart NT

BAS 191-2/41    1772

L and mortgage

Neville Hart to Francis Sykes NT

BAS 193-4/41   1772

Fine Sykes and Hart NT

BAS 195-6/41    1774

L and RL

Neville Hart to J Jacques NT

BAS 197-8/41   1774

L and RL       

Neville Hart to Robert Annesley NT

BAS 199-200   1774

L and RL

Neville Hart to John Roberts NT

BAS 201-2/41    1774

L and RL

Neville Hart to John Jacques NT

BAS 203-4/41    1774

Fine NT

BAS 205/41    1775

Assignment NT

BAS 373-385/41   1819-31

Tickford Park, 13 mss Notebooks containing Stewards Farm Accts.

Farm held by Henry Van Hagen.

Sheet of Notes on Van Hagen Family NT

END OF TICKFORD DEEDS


BAS 165/42    10th May 1682

Conveyance by Feoffment for £130

3)            John Waller, doctor of physic

4)            William Thorpe, tanner and Eliz his wife

Messuage in the Marsh End wherein Matthew Anthony, tanner lives, abutting N on the common Street and S on the river Lovante.(May be Parchment Works)

BAS 166/42    1685

As above NT

BAS 167/42    1685

Deed to lead to the Uses of a Fine NT

BAS 168/42    1685

The Fine NT

BAS 145/43    1756

Release

John Burgess to Richard Neale NT

BAS 523/43    1693

Lease of messuage in High St

by the Feoffees of the Town Lands to John Stanbridge NT

BAS 889/43   1646-7

Marriage Settlement

John Parrott of Willen, John Parrott his son, and Richard Parrott of Newport Pagnell. Marriage between John the younger and Mary Parrott the daughter of Richard. NT                              

BAS 961/43    1649

Quitclaim

John Parrott and Robert Parrott NT

BAS 1051/43    1629

Final Agreement concerning Messuage, Cottage and 20a in Newport Pagnell

Sir William Andrewes, William White plaintiff and Thomas White Senior defendant NT

BAS 1052/43    1647

Final Agreement concerning Messuage, Cottage and 20a in Newport Pagnell

Roger Nicholls and Robert White and others plaintiff and William White and others defendant NT

BAS 1053/43     1647

Final Agreement Cottage and Land in Newport Pagnell

Thomas and William White plaintiff and Christopher Wills defendant NT

BAS 1055/43    1629

Deed of Covenant to Levy a Fine Messuage and land in Newport Pagnell

William White and Thomas White NT

BAS 1056/43    1630

Marriage Settlement Thomas White the elder to Thomas White the younger

Land in Caldecote NT

BAS 1057/43   1639/40

Feoffment of Messuage and land in Caldecote

Thomas White the elder and others to Thomas White the younger NT

BAS 1058/43    1649

Quit Claim

William White, Robert White and others NT

BAS 1059/43    1648

Bargain and Sale of house and land in Caldecote

Thomas White the elder and others to Thomas White the younger NT

BAS 1060/43   1648

Feoffment

Thomas White the elder and others to Thomas White the younger NT

BAS 1061/43   1648

Quitclaim land as in 1059

Thomas White the elder and others to Thomas White the younger NT

BAS 1062/43   1657

Final Agreement land in Caldecote

Thomas White and others to William White and others NT

BAS 1063/43 and 1065/43 1688

Lease and Sale house and 30a in Caldecott

William White to Roger Chapman NT

BAS 1064/43 and 1066/43 1688

Lease and Sale Mill Leys and Close Caldecott

William White to Roger Chapman NT

BAS 1067/43    1688

Final Agreement

William White to Roger Chapman as 1064 NT

BAS 1068/43    1688

Quitclaim

William White to Roger Chapman as 1064 NT

BAS 1069/43    1688

Quitclaim land in Caldecote

William White to Thomas Pomfrett NT

BAS 1070/43 and 1071/43 1690

Mortgage of pasture land in Caldecott

William White to John Waller NT

BAS 1072/43    27th September 1690

Mortgage of pasture land in Caldecott

William White to Nicholas Cooper NT

BAS 1073/43    5th December 1690

Mortgage of land in Caldecott

William White to Nicholas Cooper NT

BAS 1074/43    1690

Quitclaim

Thomas Pomfrett and others to William White junior NT

BAS 1075/43     1589

Bond Thomas Humphrey to Anthony Potter NT

BAS  1076/43    1606-7

Quitclaim

Thomas White to Margaret White his mother NT

BAS 1077/43    1609

Conveyance of messuage

Richard Burford to Robert Hull NT

BAS 1084/43    1623

Receiving of Lands in Tickford Field

Robert Kirtland NT

BAS 1085/43    1626-7

Mortgage of Mill and Land in Caldecote

Thomas White the elder to John Withering and others NT

BAS 1086/43    1627

Feoffment of land in Newport Pagnell

Richard Bunford senior to Richard Bunford junior NT

BAS 1089/43    1635-6

Appointment of Trustees land in Newport Pagnell

William Hartley and Jeffery Potter and John Cowley in Trust for John Perrott NT

BAS 1102/43     1680

Agreement to Levy a Fine land in Newport Pagnell

Thomas Purcell and others, to Henry Bun? and others NT

BAS 1108/43    1683

Bond (Ref to above)

Samuel Allen to John Buncher NT

BAS 1109/43   1685/-6

Bond Messuage in Newport Pagnell

Samuel Allen to Richard Smallbones

BAS 1114/43    1686

Bond for above

Kilpin to Davis NT

BAS 1116/43    1690-1

Marriage Settlement with Schedule of lands, leys and meadows

Roger Chapman to George Goodman NT

BAS 1116/43  Messuage in Marsh End 1690

All that messuage in Marsh End in the occupation of Thomas Hensman together with the close adjoining and also a close in Caldecote lying near St John’s Piece called Paradise Close.

BAS 1117/43     1691

Assignment of Tithes in Newport Pagnell

Sir Richard Atkins, Bart to Anthony Chapman NT

BAS 1119-20/43       c1692

Defence to Bill of Complaint

William Foskett and others defendants and Elizabeth Hull complainant NT

BAS 1121/43    1693

Lease of Title

Sir Richard Atkins to Anthony Chapman NT

BAS 1122/43     1693

Feoffment of land in Newport Pagnell

John Hodgkins to John Waller NT

BAS 1126/43      1699-1700

Bond

John Johnson to Anna Johnson NT

BAS 1128/43   1714

L and RL of messuage in Caldecote

Ann Hall, widow and Elizabeth Seabright widow NT

BAS 1134/43      1758

Bargain and Sale of the Rectory etc of Newport Pagnell

Sir William Bowyer and others to John Dighton NT

BAS 1135/43     1750

Agreement for Sale of Caldecote Manor

John Pardoe to William Backwell NT

BAS 1136/43     1760

Bargain and Sale of land in Newport Pagnell

John Dighton trustee to John Haddon trustee NT

BAS 1137/43     1764

Feoffment of messuage in Marsh End

Thomas Gibbs to William Leach NT

BAS 1142/43     1781

Declaration of Trust

Sarah Milward, widow to Walter Beattie NT

BAS 1143/43    1795

Final Agreement Tithes and land in Newport Pagnell

John Burnham plaintiff and Ann Paine and others defendants NT

BAS 1144/43    1795

Release Re above NT

BAS  1147/43   1857

Declaration of Trust Provident Benefit Society, Premises in Tickford End. NT

BAS 1150/43   1893

Affidavits for Administration of the Will of Louisa Paine of Newport Pagnell  NT

BAS 51/44    1586

Marriage Settlement

Thomas White and Agnes his wife NT

BAS 172/44     1759

Caldecote Estate

Letters, from Benjamin Pomfrett to William Backwell, Esq. NT

BAS 174/44  1630

Settlement of Messuage and lands in Caldecote

1st part Thomas White senior (son and heir of Lawrence White) to ------ and Mary his wife

2 others parts NT

BAS 340/44     1707

Deed to Declare the Uses of a Fine

1st part Thomas Hall and Anna his wife

2 other parts NT

BAS 341/44    1709

Release

Morris Hall to Richard Toomes and Ann his wife NT

BAS 373/44    1620

Feoffment of Half a Yardland

John Wythers to Thomas Kilpin NT

BAS 375/44    1646

Feoffment of Pightle called Hill Close

Thomas and Richard Kilpin to John Purratt NT

BAS 377/44    1640

Assignment of Townsend Close

James Soane and Richard Hull to Thomas Kilpin and William Cooper NT

BAS 378-380a/44

Are for same as above NT

BAS 374/44     1635

Feoffment of half a Yardland

Thomas Kilpin to Richard Kilpin NT

BAS 376/44    1651

Assignment of Lease of half a Yardland

Thomas and Richard Kilpin to William Neale NT

BAS 382/44    1672

Feoffment of lands in Tickford 8a with terrier

William Waldock senior and William Hartley

to William Cowper NT

BAS 383/44   1673

Feoffment of 3a of sward in Tickford

Henry Sibthorpe alias Butcher

to William Cooper junior NT

BAS 384/44    1674

Mortgage of 8a 1 rood of land and 3a of sward in Tickford

William Cooper to Thomas Foxton NT

BAS 385/44     1678

Assignment of mortgage

Thomas Foxton to George Chapman and Roger Chapman NT

BAS 386/44      1679

Assignment of mortgage of leys of pasture in Tickford

Simon Bennett and Roger Chapman to Thomas Pearson NT

BAS 387/44     1602

Inspexinns of Grant of Tickford Park to Sir John Fortescue, Knight NT

BAS 388/44     1616

Exemplification of Letter Patent at the Request of Henry Atkins Doctor of Physic (Bury Close and other lands) NT

BAS 389/44     1620

Tickford Park Deeds enrolled

Lady Alice Fortescue, widow

Of Sir John etc to Henry Atkins Doctor of Physic NT

BAS 390/44      1620

Conveyance of Tickford Park

1st part Lady Alice, Sir Francis, William, and John Fortescue (2 other parts) NT

BAS 392/44     1620

Exemplification of a Recovery of Tickford Park

William Carpenter against Henry Atkins NT

BAS 393/44     1623-4

Exemplification of a Recovery of Tickford Park

Henry Atkins against William Carpenter NT

BAS 394/44     1623-4

Exemplification of a Recovery of Tickford Park

Lady Alice Fortescue, widow and others against Henry Atkins NT

BAS 395/44     1641

Lease of Fields and Fishery Rights with counterpart

The Hon. Arthur Annesley to James Annesley, tanner NT

BAS 396/44      1626

Lease of 51a etc at Tickford

The Hon. Sir Francis Annesley, Bart to Geoffrey Potter and John Marshall, junior NT

BAS 397/44     1632

Lease of lands in Tickford

Right Hon. Francis Lord Mountnorris etc to Geoffrey Potter and John Marshall junior NT

BAS 398/44    1641

Lease of 51a in Tickford Field

The Hon. Arthur Annesley, to Geoffrey Potter and George Annesley, husbandman NT

BAS 399/44     1670

Lease of lands in Newport Pagnell

The Right Hon. Arthur Earl of Anglesey, Lord Mountnorris etc to Matthew Annesley, tanner NT

BAS 400/44     1670

Lease of messuage in Tickford

Thomas Kilpin, George Chapman, Roger Chapman, William Hartley, Richard Worrall, John Peter, Godfrey Withers, Thomas Barnes, John Purratt, Richard Edmunds, Thomas Pearson, William Odell, Thomas Rider, Richard Odell, John Judkin, John Davis, and Henry Cunningham the Feoffees of the Town Lands of Newport Pagnell to Augustus Road NT

BAS 401/44    1616

Assignment of part of Tickford Park

Robert Annesley to John Lane and Edmund Thornton NT

BAS 403/44     1673

Lease of a Close and pasture in Tickford End

Right Hon. Arthur Lord Annesley etc to Richard Edmunds NT

BAS 404/44      1746-7

Manor of Tickford

Order in suit between Sir Richard Atkins and Infant and Sir John Stonehouse Bart and Dame Penelope Stonehouse and others  NT

BAS 430/44

Tenements and lands in Newport Pagnell, Newton Blossomville, Fenny Stratford in Bletchley and Olney Fine,  Parsification 5 William and Mary, Hilary 1692-3

Between William Revis and Martin James plaintiffs

And Roger Potter and Mary his wife, Thomas Bennett and Mary his wife, John Sanders and Elizabeth his wife, Francis Rickyard and Anna his wife, and Lewis Wheeler defendants NT

BAS 524/44      1635

Lease of messuage in Newport Pagnell

Sir Henry Atkins, Richard Parrott, Richard Hull, clerk, George Hull, junior, Anthony Potter junior, Richard Barnes, Samuel Cunningham and John Coles Trustees for the Town Lands to William Cowley  NT

BAS 525/44      1622-3

Lease of lands in Fields of Newport Pagnell

Matthew Conny senior, George Hull, George Shortred, Robert Newman, John Potter, and Robert Potter Trustees to Thomas Nicholls NT

BAS 528/44              

Lease

Anthony Chapman and other Trustees of Town Lands to John Stonebridge NT

BAS 529/44      1721

Lease

Anthony Chapman and other Trustees of Town Lands to George Richardson NT

BAS 811/44       1612-1824

Abstract of Title of PHW with pedigree of Purratt family former possessors of the Estate NT

BAS 220/45     25th March 23 Chas I

Assignment

Anthony White and William White to James Annesley and Sarah his wife and George Annesley NT

BAS 223/45      1620-1794

Schedule of Deeds relating to an Estate in Tickford End NT

BAS 224/45       1792

Abstract of Title of the late John Purratt to 2 messuages in Tickford End NT

BAS 224/45 John Purratt Abstract of Title 1792

1657

1. Francis Viscount Valencia and Arthur Annesley

2. James Mayo of Chancery Lane gent and John Hunter citizen and gent

All those three closes in Tickford End in the tenure of Thomas Horton. One called Hole Close 1.5 acres, Hill Close

1 acre and one adjoining in the Canon field

BAS 225/45     1616-1725

Schedule of Deeds relating to an Estate in the Fields of Tickford purchased by John Purratt NT

BAS 226/45      1691-1784

Schedule of Deeds relating to 6 leys of pasture in Tickford formerly property of John Purratt NT

BAS 250/45       1728

Assignment of lands in Tickford End

Jemima Waller, spinster to Edmund Waller one of the sons of John Waller NT

BAS 251/45      1821

Assignment of Receiver

1st part Philip Hoddle Ward and Sarah his wife

(2 other parts)

Plan of Priory Estate in Tickford End with Field names NT

BAS 252/45     1831

Charge upon an Estate

1st Part PHW

2nd part Robert Collison NT

BAS 253/45      1698

Demise of Tithes

Lady Elizabeth Atkins widow to Roger Chapman NT

BAS 254/45     1716

Release of an Annuity

1st part Mary Barber widow of Edmund Barber

2 other parts and formerly of William White NT

BAS 260/45     1812

Release

Joseph Tee Errington and Jane Errington, spinster

to William Hoddle Ward, Thomas Sanders Hollingworth and William Lucas NT