Manor of Kingswood. Court Baron of Henry Ferrers esq. held 14 December and 8 January 22 Charles II [1670 and 1671] before John Knight gent. steward. Contemporary copy of court roll recording the testimony of Thomas Slye one of the customary tenants of the manor that on 16 April 1668 Henry Ferrers esq. surrendered to Fulwar Skipwith esq. through John Price and Thomas Slye two closes of land, one divided into two, called Hatlyes in the parish of Rowington in the manor of Kingswood formerly in the tenure of Thomas Tibbotts but surrendered to the said Henry Ferrers on 31 May 1654, and that the said Fulwar Skipwith (now bart) through his attorney Richard Mole was admitted to the said lands. Copy made by Francis Willoughby c.1670. Endorsed: [In the hand of Francis Willoughby c.1670] Hen: Ferrers his surrendr. to Fulwar Skipwith Esq supr; of 2 closes wth in ye mannor of Kingswood called the Hatlyes 18 Jan: 1670 [altered to 1668].