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Exemplification of a Recovery: Nuneaton, Attleborough, Stockingford, Wyken, Kingsbury, Burton Hastings, Ipsley, Horeston Grange, Whateley, Kimberley, Hemlingford, Kingsford and Hurley


Exemplification of a Recovery suffered in the Court of Common Pleas, Trinity Term 1744, wherein Sir Robert Smith, baronet and William Harvey, esquire being Demandants, Robert Layton being tenant and Henry Aston clerk and Catherine, his wife of the Manors of Nun Eaton otherwise Nuneton [Nuneaton], Hattleborowe otherwise Attleborowe otherwise Attleburrough [Attleborough], Stockinford otherwise Stockingford otherwise Stockingforth, Thabite Wickey otherwise Wiken [Wyken], Kingsbury otherwise Kinsbury, Burton Hastings, Ipsley otherwise Ipsley Hall, and Horston otherwise Horston Fields [Horeston] with appurtenances and the Hundred of Hemlingford with appurtenances also 80 messuages, 20 tofts, 4 water mills, 3 dovehouses, 40 gardens, 700 acres of land [one] hundred acres of meadow, 1100 acres of pasture, 400 acres of wood, 200 acres of furze and heath, [200] acres of Moore, 200 acres of marsh, £10 rent and 18/- rent with appurtenances in Nun Eaton otherwise Nun Eton, Hartleborowe otherwise Attleborowe otherwise Attleburrough, Stockinford otherwise Stockingford otherwise Stockingforth, Thabite Wicken otherwise Wikey. Kingsbury otherwise Kinsbury, Burton Hastings otherwise Little Burton, Ipsley otherwise Ipsley Hall, Horston otherwise Horston Fields, Whateley, Kimberley, Hemlingford, Stretton, Sherford, Hurley and Fowle also all manner of tithes of Corn, Grain Hay in Kingsford, Hurley and Stockins and Free fishing in the Waters of the Thame. Seal missing.