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Reference: [GB 0212] D/WHL/11
Title: Records of the Manor of Swineshead, County of Huntingdon.
Date(s): 1558-1910
Level: Fonds
Extent: 0.013m3

Scope and Content:
Supplemental list of items from the Solicitor's practice of William Herbert Lewis, former clerk to Aberaeron Rural District Council, relating to the Manor of Swineshead in the County of Huntingdon

11. Copies of court roll, surrenders, letters, receipts and other documents relating to the manor of Swineshead in the County of Huntingdon. 


A
Copy of Court Roll of the manor of Swineshead, Co. Huntingdon, admitting Elizabeth Tomlinson of Kimbolton, co. Huntingdon, spinster, following the surrender out of court by James Priesland of Riseley, co. Bedford, butcher. 

Premises - a piece of ground called Covils Orchard, Swineshead. 
Certified by Joseph Harris, gent, deputy steward of the manor. 

Because Elizabeth Tomlinson is under the age of 21 years, she is represented by an attorney, Daniel Welstead, gent, and the custody of the above premises is committed to Nevile Tomlinson, her father. 
22 October 1795


B
Copy of Court Roll of the manor of Swineshead, Co. Huntingdon, admitting John Clapham, eldest son and heir of John Clapham, deceased, following the decease of his father. 

Premises - one half part of a messuage, (unnamed) 
22 October 1747


C
Copy of Court Roll of the manor of Swineshead, Co. Huntingdon, admitting Thomas Lovell of Swineshead, farmer, following the decease of his father, Robert Lovell of Swineshead, farmer. 

Premises - a messuage called Nether House with a close of pasture adjoining, 4 acres and 22 perches of land called Pentloes Copy, 80 acres, 34 roods, 530 perches of land in Aunsel, Grange and Sandhill Fields, and the ancient enclosures called Moors Close and Bysbys Close, all in Swineshead. 

Certified by William Day, gent, deputy steward of the manor. (Includes recital of part of will of Robert Lovell.) 
15 November 1828


D
Copy of Court Roll of the manor of Swineshead, Co. Huntingdon, admitting John Day of the town of Bedford, Co. Bedford, tanner, following the surrender out of court by William Day of St. Neots, Co. Huntingdon, gent, and Elizabeth, his wife, (formerly Tomlinson) 

Premises - a toft called Covils Orchard in Swineshead
John Day is represented in court by an attorney, Theed Pearce of the town of Bedford, gent. 
Consideration: £70

Certified by William Day, deputy steward of the manor. 
20 August 1810


E
Copy of Court Roll of the manor of Swineshead, Co. Huntingdon, admitting James Presland of Riseley, Co. Bedford, butcher, following the surrender out of court by James Priesland and his wife Elizabeth

Premises - a toft called Covills Orchard in Swineshead

Certified by Joseph Harris, deputy steward of the manor. 
24 October 1793


F
Copy of Court Roll of the manor of Swineshead, Co. Huntingdon, of the surrender by John Clapham of Yelding, Co. Bedford, carpenter, (son and heir of John Clapham, deceased, and nephew and heir of Joseph Clayton, deceased) and the admission of Elizabeth Whitnee of Swineshead, spinster. 

Premises - a toft in Swineshead, now in the tenure of Zebede Pressland, and late the estate of Mathew Covel, esquire. 
Because Elizabeth Whitnee is under the age of 21 years, custody of the above premises is committed to Thomas Whitnee, her father. 

Certified by Thomas Johnson, gent, steward of the manor. 
27 October 1769

G
Copy of Court Roll of the manor of Swineshead, Co. Huntingdon, admitting Samuel Symons, son and heir of Margarett Symons, one of the three sisters and coheirs of Mathew Covile, following the decease of Mathew Covile and John Taylor son and heir of Frances Taylor, deceased, one of the three daughters (sic) and coheirs of Mathew Covile. 

Premises - one third part of a messuage, barn and part of a yard and orchard in Swineshead, and half of one other third part of the above premises. 

No certification. 
15 October 1741

H
Copy of Court Roll of the manor of Swineshead, Co. Huntingdon, admitting Joseph Clayton, son and heir of Elizabeth Clayton, one of the three sisters of Mathew Colville, following the decease of Mathew Colvile and John Taylor, only son of Frances Taylor, one of the three sisters and coheirs of Mathew Colvile. 

Premises - one third part of a messuage, barn and part of a yard and an orchard in Swineshead, and half one other third part of the above premises. 

Certified by Richard Huske, gent, steward of the manor. 
15 October 1741


I
Account of the Executors of the late Mr. Thomas Lovell
1857


J
Warrant of Satisfaction to the steward of the manor of Swineshead, Co. Huntingdon, made by Edward Ashton of Old Weston, Co. Huntingdon, gent, on the repayment of a debt from a conditional surrender, by Henry Baker of Tilbrook, Co. Bedford, farmer

Premises - the lands called House or Mayes Copy, formerly the estate of Benony Horsfod and the cottage adjoining called Warrens Cottage, now in the tenure of Thomas Smart, both in Swineshead. 
Consideration: £150 and interest

Certified by Richard Gardiner
9 April 1801


K
Copy of Court Roll of the manor of Swineshead, Co. Huntingdon, admitting Hannah, wife of Thomas Longland following the surrender out of court by Benony Horsfod

Premises -  the lands called Home or Mayes Copy and the cottage adjoining called Warrens Cottage, both in Swineshead. 
Consideration: 11s. 4d. annually for Home or Mayes Copy, unstated amount annually for Warrens Cottage.

Certified by Richard Huske, gent, steward of the manor. 
After the death of Hannah Longland, the above premises are to go to Mary, daughter of Hannah Longland. 
21 October 1736


L
Warrant of satisfaction to the steward of the manor of Swineshead co. Huntingdon, made by Edward Shadbolt of co. Huntingdon, gent, on the repayment of a mortgage debt, from a conditional surrender by Jude Abbott of Swineshad, yeoman. 

Premises - a messuage and lands called Home or Maye's Copy, formerly the estate of Benony Horsford, and the cottage adjoining called Warren's Cottage, now in the tenure of Thomas Smart, both in Swineshead. 
Consideration: £60 and interest. 
No witness
4 April 1801


M
Copy of Court Roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, admitting Edward Shadbolt of Great Staugton, co. Huntingdon, gent, following the surrender, out of court, by Jude Abbott of Swineshead, yeoman. 

Premises - a messuage and lands called House or Mayes Copy, formerly the estate of Benony Horsford and late of Henry Baker, and the cottage adjoining called Warren's Cottage, then in the tenure of Thomas Smart, both in Swineshead. 

Certified by Joseph Harris, gent, deputy steward of the manor
29 October 1801


N
Surrender of copyhold property out of court, by Jude Abbott of Swineshead, co, Huntingdon, yeoman, to the use of Edward Shadbolt

Premises - a messuage and lands called House or Maye's Copy formerly the estate of Benony Horsford and late of Henry Baker, and the cottage adjoining called Warren's Cottage, now in the tenure of Thomas Smart, both in Swineshead. 

Witnesses - Richard Crick, Thomas Packwood
6 April 1801


O
Conditional surrender of copyhold property, out of court, by Jude Abbott of Swineshead, co, Huntingdon yeoman, to the use of Edward Shadbolt of Great Staughton, co. Huntingdon, gent. 

Premises - the messuage and lands called Home or Maye's copy, formerly the estate of Benony Horsford, and the cottage adjoining called Warren's Cottage, now in the tenure of Thomas Smart, both in Swineshead. 
Consideration: £60

Witnesses - James Howorth, Thomas Packwood
6 December 1800


P
Bond of £120 of Jude Abbott of Swineshead, co Huntingdon', yeoman, to Edward Shadbolt of Great Staughton, co. Huntingdon, gent, 

To secure £60 and interest

Witnesses - James Howarth, Thomas Packwood
1 seal
6 December 1800


Q
Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntindon, admitting Jude Abbott of Great Staughton, co. Huntingdon, victualler, following the surrender out of court, by Henry Baker of Tilbrooke, co. Bedford, yeoman

Premises - a messuage and lands called Home or Maye's Copy, late the estate of Benony Horsford, and the cottage adjoining called Warren's Cottage all of which were then in the tenure of John Adkins, and which are in Swineshead. 

Certified by Thomas Johnson, gent, steward of the manor. 
26 October 1787


R
Copy of surrender of copyhold property out of court by Henry Baker of Tilbrooke, co. Bedford, yeoman to the use of Jude Abbott of Great Staughton, co. Huntindon victualler

Premises - a messuage and lands called Home or Maye's Copy, late the estate of Benony Horsford, and the cottage adjoining called Warren's Cottage, now in the tenure of John Adkins, both in Swineshead. 

Witnesses - John Fox, James Howorth
Attestation that original copy of the surrender is in :the hands of Thomas Howorth
5 April 1786


S
Copy of conditional surrender of a reversion of copyhold property by Henry Baker of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, yeoman, to the use of Edward Ashton of Old Weston, co. Huntingdon, gent. 

Promises - a messuage and lands called Home or Maye's Copy, late the estate of Benony Horsford, and the cottage adjoining called Warren's Cottage both in Swineshead. 

Reversion is expectant on the death of Hannah Longland, widow. 
Consideration: £150

Witness - Thomas Johnson, gent, steward of the manor. 
5 May 1777


T
Bond for £300 of Henry Baker of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, yeoman to Edward Ashton of Old Weston, co. Huntingdon, gent. 

To secure £150 and interest

Witnesses - Stephen Thomas, John Pumfett
With note of interest paid, 1778 - 1798
1 seal
5 May 1777


U
Copy of Court Roll of the manor of Swineshead, co Huntingdon, admitting Henry Baker of Swineshead, yeoman, following the surrender, out of court, by Edward Read Thong of the Town of Huntingdon, co. Huntingdon, gent. 

of a reversion on the premises below- a messuage and lands called Home or Mayse's Copy, late the estate of Benony Horsford, and the cottage adjoining called Warren's Cottage, both in Swineshead. 

Reversion in expectant on the death of Hannah Longland, widow. 
Certified by Thomas Johnson, gent, steward of the manor. 
10 December 1772


V
Surrender of the reversion in copyhold property, out of court, by Edward Read Thong of the town of Huntingdon, gent, to the use of Henry Baker of Swineshead, yeoman. 

Premises - a messuage and lands called Home or Mayes's copy, late the estate of Benony Horsford, and the cottage adjoining called Warrens Cottage, both in Swineshead, co. Huntingdon. 

Reversion is expectant on the death of Hannah Longland, widow. 
Witnesses - John Fox, James Haworth
9 December 1772


W
Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, admitting John Day of the Town of Bedford, co. Bedford, tanner, following the surrender, out of court, by Nevile Tomlinson of Kimbolton, co. Huntingdon, gent. 

Premises - a messuage in Swineshead, then in the tenure of William Whitney, to which Nevile Tomlinson was admitted on the surrender of William Peacock, and a messuage and lands called Leach's Copy in Swineshead, then in the tenure of James Howarth, Richard Crick and Elizabeth, his wife. 
Consideration: £461

Certified by William Day, gent, deputy steward of the manor. 
20 August 1810


X
Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, admitting Neville Tomlinson of Kimbolton, co. Huntingdon, gent. following the surrender, out of court, by Robert Howarth of Kimbolton, sadler. 

Premises - one half of a messuage and close of pasture and eleven acres of arable land called Leache's Copy in Swineshead. 
Consideration: yearly rent 5s. 8d. 

Certified by Samuel Johnson, gent, deputy steward of the manor. 
28 October 1790


Y
Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, of the surrender by Richard Crick of Swineshead, labourer, and Elizabeth his wife, and the admission of Nevile Tomlinson of Kimbolton, co. Huntingdon, draper. 

Premises - one half of a messuage and eleven acres of arable land called Leache's Copy in Swineshead.
Consideration: yearly rent 5s. 8d.
To which Elizabeth Crick was admitted as one of the coheirs of Samuel Henson, on 28 October 1782. 

Certified by Samuel Johnson, gent, deputy steward of the manor. 
10 January 1789


Z
Copy of surrender of copyhold property out of court by Robert Howarth of Kimbolton, co. Huntingdon, sadler, to the use of Nevile Tomlinson of Kimbolton, gent. 

Premises - one half of a messuage and eleven acres of arable land called Leach's copy in Swineshead.
Consideration: yearly rent 5s. 8d.. 

Witnesses - William Peacock, Richard Austin

Attestation that the original surrender is in the hands of William Peacock. 
Witness - T. A. Palmer
11 April 1789


AA
Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, admitting Elizabeth, wife of Richard Crick, and Robert Howarth eldest son and heir of Rebecca Howarth, deceased. following the decease of Rebecca, widow of Samuel Henson. 

Premises - a messuage and eleven acres of land called Leache's or Henson's Copy in Swineshead. 
Consideration: yearly rent 5s. 8d.. 

Samuel Henson left the above premises to his widow for her natural life, and then it was equally divided between Elizabeth Crick and Robert Howarth. (Elizabeth Crick and Rebecca Howarth were the only children of Samuel Henson.) 

Certified by Thomas Johnson, gent, steward of the manor. 
Copy made for Robert Howarth
24 October 1782


BB
Duplicate of AA
Copy made for Elizabeth Crick


CC
Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, admitting Nevile Tomlinson of Kimbolton, co. Huntingdon, draper, following the surrender, out of court, by William Peacock of Kimbolton, watchmaker. 

Premises - a messuage in Swineshead, then in the tenure of Mary Whitney, and all other lands of William Peacock in the manor of Swineshead. 

Certified by Joseph Harris, deputy steward of the manor. 
24 October 1793


DD
Copy of surrender of copyhold property out of court by William Peacock of Kimbolton, co. Huntingdon, watchmaker, to the use of Nevile Tomlinson of Kimbolton, draper

Premises - a messuage, now in the tenure of Mary Whitney, in the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, and all other lands held by William Peacock in Swineshead

Witnesses - James Howarth, Thomas Whitney

Attestation that original surrender is in the hands of James Howarth
Witness - William Day
18 May 1792


EE
Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, admitting Thomas Tyler of Swineshead, weaver who surrenders the copyhold property, in the same court, to William Peacock of Kimbolton, co. Huntingdon, watchmaker, who is duly admitted
The above follows the surrender out of court of the premises by Oliver Bolton of Swineshead, yeoman. 

Premises - a messuage in Swineshead, then or late in the tenure of Oliver Bolton, and all his other lands in the manor of Swineshead

Certified by Thomas Johnson, gent, steward of the manor
15 October 1776


FF
Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, admitting Robert Lovell of Swineshead, farmer, following the surrender, out of court, by John Day of the Town of Bedford, co. Bedford, tanner. 

Premises - a messuage called Nether House, 4 acres and 22 perches of land called Pentloes Copy, 80 acres, 34 roods 530 perches of land in Aunsel, Grange and Sandhill Fields and 2 ancient enclosures called Moors Close and Bysbys Close all in Swineshead, these having been awarded to John Day by the Commissioners for the Enclosure of Lands in Swineshead in lieu of Button's Copy, Home Copy, Blue Bell Public House, Sharman's Close, Flints Copy, Green's Close Copy, Smith's Copy, Leach's Copy and Covil's or Mathews Orchard, all in Swineshead. (Further described) 

Subject to two conditional surrenders, of 22 October 1812 and 27 May 1813, made between John Day and William Flitton of Little Barford, co. Bedford, farmer, for £1200 and £200

Certified by William Day, gent, deputy steward of the manor. 
12 December 1815


GG
Copy of surrender of copyhold property, out of court, by John Day of the town of Bedford, co Bedford, tanner, to the use of Robert Lovell of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, farmer. 

Premises - a messuage called Nether House, 4 acres and 22 perches of land called Pentloes Copy, 80 acres, 34 roods 530 perches of land in Aunsel, Grange and Sandhill Fields, and 2 ancient enclosures called Moors Close and Bysbys Close, all in Swineshead, these having been awarded to John Day by the Commissioners for the Enclosure of Lands in Swineshead in lieu of Button's Copy, Home Copy, Blue Bell Public House, Sharman's Close, Flints Copy, Green's Close Copy, Smith's Copy, Leach's Copy and Covil's or Mathews Orchard, all in Swineshead. (Further described) 

Subject to two conditional surrenders, of 22 October 1812 and 27 May 1813, made between John Day and William Flitton of Little Barford, co., Bedford, farmer, for £1200 and £200. 
Consideration - £4955 - with note of receipt. 

Witnesses - William Day, gent, deputy steward of the manor of Swineshead, Charles Bloodworth. 
Attestation that it is a true copy of the original surrender - witnessed by James Day and G. P. Edis, clerks to William Day of St. Neots, on 15 December 1815. 
12 December 1815


HH
Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, admitting Hannah Humphreys following the decease of John Humphreys, her father. 

Premises - the lands with a close and pightell (a small piece of land, enclosed with a hedge) adjoining called Smith's Copy, and 12 acres of land and leys in the common fields of Swineshead. The above premises are to be sold by Hannah Humphreys to provide money to provide a number of legacies, as set out in her father's last will and testament. (Further described) 

Certified by Thomas Johnson, gent, deputy steward of the manor. 
24 October 1765


II
Copy of court roll of the maor of Swineshead, co Huntingdon, admitting John Day of the town of Bedford, co. Bedford, tanner, following the surrender, out of court, by John Garratt, late of Fineden, co. Northampton, but then of Swineshead, yeoman

Premises - site of a messuage with close of pasture adjoining called Green's Close, eleven acres of land, ley, meadow and pasture called Lays or Greens Close Copy, and Smith's Copy containing one close and a pightell (a small piece of land, enclosed with a hedge) and 12 acres of land and leys, formerly in the tenure of George Osborne and then of John Garratt, all in Swineshead. 

Certified by William Day, gent, deputy steward of the manor. 
John Day is represented in court by his attorney Theed Pearse of the town of Bedford, co. Bedford, gent. 
20 August 1810


JJ
Copy of surrender of copyhold property in the court of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, by John Humphreys of Thrapston, co, Northampton, watch- maker, to the use of John Garratt of Finedon, co. Northampton, yeoman

Premises - site of a messuage with close of pasture adjoining called Green's Close, eleven acres of land, ley, meadow and pasture called Lays or Green's Copy, and Smith's Copy containing one close and a pightell (a small piece of land, enclosed with a hedge) adjoining and 12 acres of lands and leys, all in Swineshead, late in the tenure of Hannah Varman, widow, deceased, and now in the tenure of George Osborn. 

Certified by Joseph Harris, gent, steward of the manor. 
2 November 1805


KK
Copy of last will and testament of John Humphreys senior of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon

Devises
(i) to John, his son, during his life, and then to John Humphreys, his grandson, the house and close of pasture, where John Humphreys senior lived, and all his arable free lands, leys or meadow ground in the common open fields of Swainshead. 
(ii) to Joan, his wife, during her life or until she remarries, in lieu of dower or thirds, five pounds to be paid quarterly by four equal payments. 

Witnesses - Oliver Blofeild, John Hewson, William Partisoy. 
Notes - Probate granted to John Humphreys, the son, on 27 May 1715
n.d. 


LL
Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, of the surrender by John Humphreys of Thrapston, co. Northampton, watchmaker, and the admission of John Garrett of Finedon, co., Northampton, yeoman. 

Premises - site of a messuage and close of pasture called Green's Close, eleven acres of land called Leys or Green's Close Copy, close, pightell (a small piece of land, enclosed with a hedge) and twelve acres of land called Smith's Copy, all in Swineshead, and to which John Humphreys was admitted on 22 October 1795 on the surrender by Hannah Varnham. 

Certified by Joseph Harris, gent, deputy steward of the manor
2 November 1805


MM
Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, of the surrender by John Humphreys and the admission of Hannah Humphreys, spinster, daughter of John Humphreys

Premises - a messuage and close of pasture called Green's Close and eleven acres of land called Lays or Green's Copy, both in Swineshead. 

Certified by Francis Otway, steward of the manor
26 October 1758


NN
Copy of surrender of copyhold property out of court by John Garratt, late of Finedon, co. Northampton, but now of Swineshead, yeoman, to the use of John Day of the town of Bedford, co. Bedford, tanner

Premises - site of a messuage and a close of pasture called Green's Close, eleven acres of land called Lays or Green's Close Copy, all in Swineshead, once in the tenure of George Osborne and then of John Garratt. 

Witness - William Day, gent, deputy steward of the manor. 
Attestation that the original surrender is in the hands of William Day. 
10 October 1808


OO
Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, admitting John Humphrey and Susan, his wife, for their natural life, following the surrender out of court by John Humphrey of Swineshead, gent. 

Premises - Moors or Smith's Copy, with a close of pasture and eleven acres of land in Swineshead

Certified by Thomas Curtis, gent, steward of the manor. 
(Latin) 
23 October 1717. 


PP
Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, of the surrender by Francis Barker the elder and the admission of Francis Barker the younger, his son

Premises - a messuage, close and eleven acres of land called Moores Coppy. 

Certified by Robert Clarlie, gent, deputy steward of the manor. 
(Latin) 
26 October 1692. 


QQ
Copy of conditional surrender of copyhold property out of court by Hannah Vernam, widow, (formerly Hannah Humphreys, spinster) to the use of William Peacock of Kimbolton, co. Huntingdon, clockmaker. 

Premises - a close and a pightell (a small piece of land, enclosed with a hedge) called Smith's Copy, and twelve acres of land and leys in the common fields of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon. 
Consideration: £100

Witnesses - James Howorth, Robert Howorth, P. A. Palmer
With note of receipt of £100 by Hannah Vernam
Attestation that the original conditional surrender is in the hands of James Howorth
Witness - T. A. Palmer
19 October 1787


RR
Copy of conditional surrender of copyhold property in the court of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, by John Garratt of Finedon, co. Northampton yeoman, to the use of Thomas Eady of Burton Lattimer, co. Northampton, farmer. 

Premises - site of a messuage with a close called Green's Close, eleven acres of land called Lays or Green's Copy, and a close, pightell (a small piece of land, enclosed with a hedge) and 12 acres of land called Smith's Copy, all in Swineshead, late in the tenure of Hannah Varnam, widow, deceased, and now in the tenure of George Osborn, and to which John Garratt was admitted this day on the surrender of John Humphreys of Thrapston, co. Northampton, watchmaker. 
Consideration: £400

Witnesses - Joseph Harris, gent, steward of the manor, Charles H. Hodson. 
With note that there is a warrant to enter satisfaction on this surrender, dated 19 November 1808 and signed by William Day, deputy steward
2 November 1805


SS
Copy of conditional surrender of copyhold property out of court, by Hannah Vernam of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, widow (formerly Hannah Humphreys, spinster), to the use of William Peacock of Kimbolton, co. Huntingdon, clock- maker. 

Premises - messuage and close called Greens Close, and eleven acres of land called Lays or Green's Copy, all in Swineshead. 
Consideration: £100

Witnesses - John Fox, Robert Howorth, E. Millett
With note of receipt of £100 by Hannah Vernam
Endorsed that satisfaction was made on 2 November 1805, 
Attestation that the original conditioanl surrender is in the hands of E. Millett. 
Witness - John Fox
13 February 1783


TT
Letter from Joseph Harris of St. Ives, (co. Huntingdon) to Mr. Day, Attorney-at-Law, Kimbolton, co. Huntingdon that Mrs. Hannah Varnam made a surrender of her copyhold estate at Swineshead to the use of her will, which is duly presented and entered in the Court Rolls. 
5 November 1795


UU
Copy of court roll of manor of Swinstead, (also Swineshead), co. Huntingdon, concerning an action between Francis Barker the elder, Alice, his wife, and Francis Barker the younger, and Thomas Smith of Wormditch, (co. Huntingdon) and Charles Gisby, gent. 

Premises - 2 messuages, 11 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, and 3 acres of pasture called Moors Coppy, all in Swinestead. 

Certified by Robert Clarke, gent, deputy steward of the manor. 
(Latin) 
23 January 1704/5


VV
Copy of conditional surrender of copyhold property out of court by John Day of the town of Bedford, co. Bedford, tanner, to the use of William Flitton of Little Barford, co. Bedford, tanner. 

Premises - a messuage called Nether House, 4 acres and 22 perches of land called Pentloes Copy, 74 acres 31 roods and 520 perches of land in Aunsel, Grange and Sandhill Fields, and 2 ancient enclosures called Moors Close and Bysbys Close, all in Swineshead, these having been awarded to John Day by the Commissioners for the Enclosure of Lands in Swineshead in lieu of Button's Copy, Great Button's Close, Green's Close Copy, Smith Copy, Green's Close, Sharman's Close, Bell Public House, Leaches Copy, Creeks Cottage, Great Creeks Close and Covils or Mathews Orchard, all adjoining and late in the tenure of John Islip and now of Robert Lovell. (Further described) 
Consideration: £1200

Witness - William Day, gent, deputy steward of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon. 
Attestation that it is a true copy of the original surrender. 
Witnessed by James Moore and William Underwood, clerks to William Day on 2 November 1812. 
22 October 1812


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Extracts from the award of the commissioners made in pursuance of an Act of Parliament of the 48th year of the reign of King George III, entitled 'An Act for Inclosing Lands in the Parish of Swineshead in the County of Huntingdon'. 

Premises - plots of land in Aunsel, Grange and Sandhill Fields, Moors Close and Bybies Close. (Further described) 

21 August 1810


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Copy of conditional surrender of copyhold property out of court by John Day of the town of Bedford, co. Bedford, tanner to the use of William Flitton of Little Barford, co. Bedford, tanner. 

Premises - a messuage called Nether House, 4 acres, 22 perches of land called Pentloes Copy, 72 acres, 31 roods, 533 perches of land in Aunsel, Grange and Sandhill Fields, Moors Close and Bysbys Close, all in Swineshead, these having been awarded to John Day by the Commissioners for the Enclosure of Lands in Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, in lieu of Button's Copy, Great Button's Close, Green Close Copy, Smith's Copy, Green's Copy, Sharman's Close, Bell Public House, Leaches Copy, Creeks Cottage, Great Creeks Close and Covils or Mathews Orchard, all adjoining and late in the tenure of John Islip and now Robert Lovell. (Further described) 
Subject to a conditional surrender of 23 (sic) October 1812 made between John Day and William Flitton for £1200. 
Consideration: £200

Witness - William Day, gent, deputy steward of the manor. 
Attestation that it is a true copy of the original surrender. 
Witnessed by James Moore and William Underwood, clerks to William Day of St. Neots, on 14 June 1813
17 May 1813


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Duplicate of UU
23 January 1704/5


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Warrant of satisfaction to the steward of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, made by William Flitton late of Little Barford, co. Bedford but now of Southoe, co. Huntingdon, farmer, on the repayment of a debt, from a conditional surrender of date 27 May 1813, by Robert Lovell of Swineshead, farmer. 

Premises - copyhold hereditaments in the manor of Swineshead. 
Consideration: £200 and interest
Witness - Nevile Day of St. Neots
7 June 1822


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Receipt for £519.6s.8d. paid by Robert Lovell to John Halls of Bury Hall. (co. Huntingdon) 
9 January 1886


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Receipt for £500, paid by Robert Lovell of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, farmer to John Halls of Bury, co. Huntingdon, farmer in reduction of £1500 due and secured upon a copyhold estate at Swineshead, the property of Robert Lovell, and which was assigned to John Halls by John Addison, late of Southam, co. Warwick, gent. 
8 January 1874


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Receipt for £225 10.0d., paid by Robert Lovell to Sam. Day. Relating to money owed by Mr. Robert Lovell to Mr. John Addison
24 February 1871


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Receipt for £31 l0s.0d., paid by Robert Lovell of Swineshead, to Sam. Day. Relating to charges and commission in moving his mortgage from Mr. Addison to Mr. John Halls of Bury, near Ramsey. 
20 June 1871


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Receipt for £42 paid by Mr. C. Banks in payment of the fine and fees on admission of the Trustees of Robert Lovell in the manor of Swineshead (co. Huntingdon) to Wade-Gery and Brackenbury (of St.Neots, co.Huntingdon) 
30 December 1909


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Letter from Wade-Gery and Brackenbury of St.Neots, co. Huntingdon, to Mr. Charles Banks of Pertenhall, (co.Bedford) 
Concerning - A copy of the admission of Charles Banks and Mr. Ayres as the Trustees of the late Mr. Robert Lovell
4 February 1910


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Letter from John Hall of Bury Hall, (co.Huntingdon) to Mr. Lovell
Concerning - payment of interest through Veaseys Bank at St.Neot's and Huntingdon. 
29 December 1885


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Letter from John Hall of Bury House, (co. Huntingdon) to Mr. Lovell
Concerning - the repayment of £500 or £1000 and interest due thereof on 6 January. 
9 October 1885


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Receipt for £10 paid by Mr. Lovell to John Halls, as an half year's interest on £500
6 July 1886


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Receipt for £13 l0s. l0 1/2d., paid by Austin, Elizabeth Day, Garrat, J. Islip, Shadbolt, Abbot, Tomkinson, Howarth and Wilkinson to Welstead. Being three years quit rent due to his Grace the Duke of Manchester, lord of the manor of Swinehead. (co. Huntingdon). 
15 November 1815

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Tenancy agreement between John Lovell of Croydon, co. Cambridge, and George Henry Wickes of Wimpole, co. Cambridge, for the Right Honourable Earl of Hardwicke

Premises - Coomb Grove Farm in the parishes of Wimpole and Arrington containing 306 acres, 1 rood and 28 perches
Annual rent: £220

Conditional clauses relating to payment for seeds, hay and straw, insuring of house and premises for £1000, moving wheat, repairs and painting, church rates, and destruction of rabbits. 
3 March 1862


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Receipt for £29 6s.6d., paid by Mr. Lovell, due as interest from 2 August - 24 Februar. 
n. d. 


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Memorandum of John Halls that by 2 deeds, both dated 6 January 1871, sums of £1200 and £100 were transferred into name of John Halls as mortgages upon the estates of Mr. Robert Lovell of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, but that the security is intended to be for £1500 only. 

Witness - Richard Elphick of St. Neots. (co. Huntingdon). 


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Copy of court roll of manor of Swinstead, co. Huntingdon admitting Thomas Wilkinson of Cockerington, co. Lincoln, clerk and Alice, his wife, daughter of William Islipp of Melchborne, co. Bedford, gent, following the surrender out of court by Richard Flint of Risley, co. Bedford

Premises - a customary messuage, 11 acres of arable land and 2 acres of pasture in Swinstead, lately in the tenure of John Islipps. 

Certified by Thomas Curtis, gent, steward of the manor. 
(Latin) 
12 October 1723


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Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co Huntingdon, admitting Thomas Wilkinson, eldest son and heir of Thomas Wilkinson and Alice, his wife, formerly Alice Islip, spinster, deceased, following the decease of his mother and father. 

Premises - a customary messuage, 11 acres of land and 2 acres of pasture in Swineshead formerly called Flints Copy and now called Islips Copy. 

Certified by Richard Huske, gent, steward of the manor. 
20 October 1757


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Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, of the surrender by John Islip and the admission of Richard Flint

Premises - a messuage, close of pasture and 11 acres of land. 

Certified by Robert Clarke, gent, deputy steward of the manor
(Latin) 
24 October 1694


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Bond of £200 of Richard Flint of Risley, co. Bedford, gent, to Thomas Wilkinson of Cockerington, co. Lincoln, clerk, and Alice, his wife

To warrant that a customary messuage, 11 acres of land and 2 acres of pasture in Swinestead, co. Huntingdon, surrendered by Richard Flint to the use of Thomas Wilkinson and his wife, be free of any conditions, limitations and mortgages. (Excepting one mortgage to John Cherry) 

Witnesses - Mathew Covell, Thomas Fox
1 seal
2 April 1723


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Copy of conditional surrender out of court by Thomas Wilkinson of Kettering, co. Northampton, gent. to the use of John Blott of Dillington in the parish of Great Staughton, co. Huntingdon, farmer. 

Premises - site of a customary messuage, 11 acres of land and 2 acres of pasture, formerly called Flints Copy and now called Islips Copy, in Swineshead, co, Huntingdon, 
Consideration: £100

Witnesses - John Fox senior, John Fox junior
8 September 1804
Attached to conditional surrender - Warrant of satisfaction to the Steward of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, made by John Blott of Dillington in the parish of Great Staughton, co. Huntingdon, farmer, on the repayment of a debt, from a conditional surrender dated 8 September 1804 made between Thomas Wilkinson of Kettering, co. Northampton, gent and John Blott, by John Islip of Swineshead, farmer

Premises - hereditaments in Swineshead, formerly called Flints Copy and now called Islips Copy
Consideration: £100 and interest. 
30 November 1809


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Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, admitting John Day of the Town of Bedford, co. Bedford, tanner following the surrender out of court by Richard Austin.

Premises - right of common of pasture for 2 cows, a breeder and 6 sheep in the open and common fields of Swineshead or his other right of common in respect of a messuage called Carver's Cottage, now in the tenure of Richard Austin but formerly of Edward Buttons, (Further described) 
Consideration: £30

Certified by William Day, gent, deputy steward of the manor. 
John Day is represented in court by his attorney, Theed Pearce of the town of Bedford, gent. 
20 August 1810


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Copy of court roll of manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, admitting John Day of the town of Bedford, tanner following the surrender out of court by John Ekins and George Ekins, both of Great Staughton, co. Huntingdon, farmers, (trustees of Edward Shadbolt) 

Premises - A close of pasture containing 2 acres, 11 acres of arable land and leys called Buttons Copy, a close of pasture called Hewits Cottage and containing l.5 acres, a messuage with a close of pasture and 11 acres of land called Home or Mayes Copy, formerly the estate of Benony Horsford and late of Henry Baker, a cottage adjoining called Warrens Cottage, with rights of pasturage in the open and common fields, all other messuages and lands of John Ekins and George Ekins in Swineshead, and any allotments made by the Commissioners for the Enclosing of Lands in Swineshead. 
Consideration: £740

Certified by Wiliam Day, gent, deputy steward of the manor. 
John Day is represented in court by his attorney, Theed Pearse of the town of Bedford, gent. 
20 August 1810


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Copy of surrender of copyhold property out of court by John Ekins and George Ekins, both of Great Stoughton, co. Huntingdon, farmers, to the use of John Day of the town of Bedford, co. Bedford, tanner. 

Premises - a close of pasture containing 2 acres, 11 acres of arable land and leys called Burton's Copy, a close of pasture containing l.5 acres and called Hewitts Cottage, a messuage with a close of pasture and 11 acres of land called House or Mayes Copy, formerly the estate of Benony Horsford and late of Henry Baker, a cottage adjoining called Warrens Cottage with rights of pasturage in the open and common fields all other messuage and land of John Ekins and George Ekins in for the Enclosing of Lands in Swineshead, co. Huntingdon. 
Consideration: £740

Witness - William Day, gent, deputy steward of the manor of Swineshead. 
With note of receipt of £740 by John Ekins and George Ekins, and an attestation by William Day that he is in possession of the original surrender
8 November 1809


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Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, admitting John Ekins and George Ekins, both of Great Staughton, co. Huntingdon, farmers, following the surrender in court and according to the terms of the last will and testament of Edward Shadbolt, deceased. 

Premises - A close of pasture containing 2 acres, 11 acres of land and leys called Burtons Copy, a close of pasture containing l.5 acres and called Hewits Cottage to which Edward Shadbolt was admitted following the surrender by Henry Baker, a cottage of yearly rent 1s. 3d. and to which Edward Shadbolt was admitted following the surrender by Elizabeth Shadbolt and William Shadbolt, a cottage with a close of pasture and 11 acres of land called House or Mayes Copy, formerly the estate of Benony Horsford and late of Henry Baker, a cottage adjoining called Warrens Cottage, to which Edward Shadbolt was admitted following the surrender by Jude Abbott, all in Swineshead. 

Certified by Joseph Harris, gent, deputy steward of the manor. 
10 January 1807


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Copy of Court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, admitting Edward Shadbolt of Great Staughton, husbandman, following the surrender out of court by Henry Baker of Tilbrook, co. Bedford, hushandman, 

Premises - a close of pasture containing 2 acres, 11 acres of land and leys called Burtons Copy, and a close of pasture containing 1.5 acres and called Hewits Cottage all in Swineshead. 

Certified by Thomas Johnson, gent, steward of the manor
23 October 1783


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Copy of surrender of copyhold property out of court by Henry Baker of Tilbrook, co. Bedford, husbandman, to the use of Edward Shadbolt of Great Staughton, co. Huntingdon, husbandman. 

Premies - a close of pasture containing 2 acres, 11 acres of arable land and leys called Burton's Copy, and a close of pasture containing 1.5 acres and called Hewits Cottage, all in the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon. 
Consideration: £155

Witness - Samuel Johnson, deputy steward of the manor
With note of receipt of £155 by Henry Baker, and an attestation by Samuel Johnson that he is in possession of the original surrender
5 June 1783


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Bond of £310 of Henry Baker of Tilbrook, co. Bedford, husbandman, to Edward Shadbolt of Great Staughton, co. Huntingdon, husbandman. 

To warrant that a close of pasture containing 2 acres 11 acres of arable land and leys called Burton's Copy, and a close of pasture containing 1.5 acres and called Hewits' Cottage, all in Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, surrendered by Henry Baker to the use of Edward Shadbolt, be free of any conditions or limitations. 
(Excepting a conditional surrender made by Henry Baker to the use of Thomas Shelton of Kimbolton, co. Huntingdon, maltster, for £100). 

Witness - Samuel Johnson
1 seal
5 June 1783


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Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co Huntingdon admitting Henry Baker of Swineshead, yeoman, following the surrender out of court by Thomas Mehew of Swineshead, gent. 

Premises - a close of pasture called Hewits Cottage, in the occupation of Thomas Mahew, and containing 1.5 acres, and the barn and orchard called the Backyard, in the tenure of Thomas Horseford, all in Swineshead. 

Certified by Thomas Johnson, gent, steward of the manor. 
11 November 1777


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Copy of surrender of copyhold property out of court by Thomas Mahew of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, gent, to the use of Henry Baker of Swineshead, yeoman. 

Premises - a close of pasture containing l.5 acres and called Hewits' Cottage, in the tenure of Thomas Mahew, and a barn and orchard called the Backyard, in the tenure of Thomas Horseford, all in the manor of Swineshead. 

Witnesses - Thomas Tyler, William Peacock
Attestation that the original surrender is in the hands of Thomas Tyler. 
30 October 1777


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Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, admitting Henry Baker of Swineshead, yeoman, following the surrender out of court by Henry Baker, and Hannah, his wife, (formerly Hannah Mayhew) 

Premises - a close of pasture containing 2 acres, and 11 acres of arable land and leys called Burton's Copy, all in Swineshead. 

Certified by Thomas Johnson, gent, steward of the manor. 
24 October 1782


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Copy of surrender of copyhold property out of court by Henry Baker of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, yeoman, and Hannah, his wife, (formerly Hannah Mayhew) to the use of Henry Baker

Premises - a close of pasture containing 2 acres, and 11 acres of arable land and leys called Burton's Copy, all in the manor of Swineshead. 

Witness - Thomas Johnson, gent, steward of the manor. 
24 October 1782


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Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, of the surrender by Thomas Longland and Hannah, his wife, of Swineshead and the admission of Hannah Mayhew, grand-daughter of Hannah Longland. 

Premises - a close of pasture containing 2 acres, and 11 acres of arable land and leys called Burton's Copy, all in Swineshead. 

Certified by Francis Otway, deputy steward of the manor. 
Because Hannah Mayhew is under the age of 21 years, custody of the above premises and of Hannah Mayhew is committed to Hannah Longland. 
26 October 1758


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Copy of surrender of copyhold property out of court by George Rust of the Town of Huntingdon, co. Huntingdon, gent. to the use of Joanna, wife of Thomas Longland

Premises – a close of pasture containing 3 acres and lying next to a close of Thomas Longland, and 11 acres of arable land and meadow in the tenure of Oliver Bolton, all in Swineshead. 
Consideration: £140

Witnesses - Samuel Henson, Thomas Tiller (Tyler) 
Attestation that the original surrender is in the hands of Thomas Tiller. 
With note of receipt of £140 by George Rust. 
Witness - E. Millett (?) 
8 November 1751


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Bond of £280 of George Rust of the Town of Huntingdon, co. Huntingdon, gent, to Thomas Longland of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, yeoman. 

To warrant that a close of pasture containing 3 acres and next to a close of Thomas Longland, and 11 acres of arable land and meadow in the tenure of Oliver Bolton, all in the manor of Swineshead, surrendered by George Rust, to the use of Joanna, wife of Thomas Longland, be free of any conditions or limitations

Witness - John Shelton, E. Millett (?) 
1 seal
8 November 1751


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Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, admitting George Rust, eldest son and heir of John Rust, following a proclamation made in court for the heirs of John Rust to come in to be admitted

Premises - a close of pasture containing 2 acres, and 11 acres of arable land and ley, all in Swineshead. 

Certified by Richard Huske, gent, steward of the manor
19 October 1749


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Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, admitting John Rust of Kimbolton, co. Huntingdon, gent, following the surrender out of court by Thomas Hosford of Swineshead, yeoman

Premises – a close of pasture containing 2 acres, and 11 acres of arable land and meadow called Burton's Copy and in the tenure of Thomas Hosford, all in Swineshead. 

Certified by Thomas Curtis, gent, steward of the manor. 
(Latin) 
23 October 1717


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Deed of covenant made between John Day of the Town of Bedford, co. Bedford, tanner, and Robert Lovell of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, farmer

Premises - A messuage called Nether House, with a close of pasture adjoining, containing 4 acres and 22 perches and called Pentloes Copy, Moors Close, Bysbys Close, and 84 acres, 34 roods and 528 perches of land in Grange, Aunsel and Sand Hill Fields, all in Swineshead. (Further described). 

To ensure that the above premises, surrendered by John Day to the use of Robert Lovell in consideration of £4955, are free from any conditions or limitations. (excepting 2 conditional surrenders made between John Day and William Flitton for £1200 and £200, at the request of Robert Lovell. 
Consideration: 5 shillings

Witnesses - Charles Bloodworth, William Day
12 December 1815


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Lease and release made between John Day of the Town of Bedford, co. Bedford, tanner and Robert Lovell of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, farmer, and Peter Addington of Chawson, in parish of Boxton, co. Bedford, farmer. 

Premises - 2 cottages with gardens adjoining, here-to-fore Marratts and Bostons, containing 23 perches, in the manor of Swineshead. 
Consideration: £45

Witnesses - James Moore, James Day, clerks to William Day of St. Neots. 
Release is endorsed with receipt for £45
11-12 December 1815


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Deed of covenant made between Thomas Lovell of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, farmer, and John Carrington of Saint Neots, co. Huntingdon, ironmonger. 

Premises - a messuage called Nether House, with a close of pasture adjoining, containing 4 acres and 22 perches called Pentloes Copy, Moors Close, Bysbys Close, 77 acres, 30 roods and 485 perches of land in Grange, Aunsel and Sand Hill fields, all in the manor of Swineshead. (Further described). 
To secure £1200 and to ensure that the above premises surrendered by Thomas Lovell to the use of John Carrington in consideration of £1200, are free from any conditions and limitations. 

Witness - George Day, solicitor, of St. Neots. 
2 August 1849


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Receipt for £800 paid by the Executors and Trustees under the will of his late father, Thomas Lovell, dated 1 July 1847 and proved in London 28 October 1851 to Thomas Lovell. 

Witness - (?) Day of St. Neots. 
Sum was paid on Thomas Lovell reaching the age of 21 years. 
27 June 1861


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Assignment of mortgage made between Thomas Hawkins of Spaldwick, co. Huntingdon, farmer, James Carrington of Potton, co. Bedford, auctioneer, Edward George of West Bromwich, co. Stafford, draper, and John George of Saint Neots, co. Huntingdon, butcher, (executors of the late John Carrington of St. Neots, ironmonger) and Robert Lovell of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon, farmer, and John Horrell of Oakley, co. Bedford, farmer, Thomas Henry Murfin of Great Staughton, co. Huntingdon, brewer, and John Dawes Bletsoe of Barnwell All Saints, co. Northampton farmer. 

Mortgage for £1200 owing upon a conditional surrender, relating to copyhold property in the manor of Swineshead, made between the late Thomas Lovell of Swineshead, farmer, (father of Robert Lovell) and the late John Carrington on 2 August 1849

Witnesses - ? Day of St. Neots, John Roberts of West Bromwich, iron founder, George Watkin of Potton
5 seals
24 February 1853
Annexed to:- 
Assignment of mortgage made between John Horrell, Thomas Henry Murfin and John Dawes Bletsoe, and John Addison of Southam, co. Warwick, gent. 
Mortgage for £1200, assigned under the terms of the will of the late John Addison of Little Staughton, co. Bedford, dated 30 January 1851
Witnesses - C. R. Wade of St. Neots, solicitor, ? Day of St. Neots, solicitor
4 seals
18 June, 1870
Also annexed to:- 
Assignment of mortgage made between John Addison, late of Southam, co. Warwick, and now of Whitnash, co. Warwick, farmer, and John Halls of Bury, co. Huntingdon, farmer
Mortgage for £1200, owing upon a conditional surrender made between the late Thomas Lovell and the late John Carrington, dated 2 August 1849. 
Witness - David Rice of Southam, surgeon. 
6 January 1871


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Copy of court roll of the manor of Swyneshead, (co. Huntingdon) admitting John Bennett following the surrender by John Bennett, (now deceased) his father. 

Premises – 2 messuages and 22 acres of land in Swyneshead. 
Rent of 22 shillings 8 pence and usual services. 
(Latin) 
19 April 1558


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Copy of court roll (of the manor of Swyneshead, co. Huntingdon) admitting William Pestell, Junior following the surrender by William Pestell, senior, his father, (now deceased) 

Premises - a messuage and eleven acres. Custody of the property and of the widowed mother of William Pestell, Junior, is given to John Pestell until William Pestell, Junior, reaches 18 years of age. By the death of William Pestell, Senior, the lord of the manor gains as a heriot one red cow worth 15 shillings. 

Certified by William Death, steward of the manor
(Latin) 
4 April 1581


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Copy of Court roll of the manor of Swinshead (co. Huntingdon) admitting Francis Barker, following the surrender by Samuell Temple, Clerk, and Mary, his wife. 

Premises – Ordered Copy and Goores Copy, both in Swinshead. 
Rent of 11 shillings 4 pence for each of the named premises with suit of court and other usual services. 

Certified by Robert Bernard, steward of the manor. 
(Latin) 
11 October 1650


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Copy of Court roll of the manor of Swineshead, co. Huntingdon of the letting by (by licence from the Lord of the Manor) John Bennett to William Bromsall of the

Premises - all the copyhold land of John Bennett within the said manor, and also the enclosed pastures called "Overend Close" and "Barkers Close", for the term of 18 years. 

Certified by William Death, steward of the manor. 
(Latin) 
4 April 1581


SSSS Copy of court roll of the manor of Swineshead, (co. Huntingdon) of the surrender by Francis Barker, Senior, and the admittance of Francis Barker, Junior and Alice Parsoile, his intended wife. 

Premises - a messuage and 11 acres of land, now in the tenure of Richard Goore. 

Certified by Henry Mountagu, steward
(Latin) 
11 April 1661
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