Snitterfield deeds: Phillips of Welcombe
Limited Administration de Bonis Non of George Neyle, esquire to Henry Denton of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, gentleman. Reciting that it had been alleged before Charles Coote LL.D. Surrogate of the Right Honourable Sir John Nicholl knight LL.D. Master Keeper or Commissary of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury constituted by and on behalf of the Right Honourable George, Earl of Coventry, of Piccadilly, Middlesex that by an Indenture dated 20th October 1668 (see DR38/48) a term of 500 years (being a satisfied Mortgage term) in property described in DR38/37 was assigned by Anne Bird to Francis Luttrell and George Neyle upon trust to attend upon the inheritance of Thomas Coventry and reciting that it was further alleged that by an Indenture of the same date (see DR38/50) a term of 500 years in property described in DR38/38 was assigned by Richard Maris to Francis Luttrell and George Neyle in Trust to attend the inheritance of Thomas Coventry and reciting that it was further alleged that by an Indenture of the same date (see DR38/52) a term of 500 years in property described in DR38/40 was assigned by Sir James Rushout to Francis Luttrell and George Neyle in trust to attend the inheritance of Thomas Coventry and reciting that Francis Luttrell died in 1692 having named in his last Will his wife sole Executrix who proved the same, but that George Neyle survived his Counterpart-trustee and was late of the Middle temple, London, but then of the Parish of Ippleton, Devon and departed this life sometime since a Bachelor Intestate leaving William Neyle his Father who took out Letters of Administration to George Neyle in 1718 who afterwards died leaving the estate of George Neyle partly unadministered so that there was no legal representative of him the said George Neyle deceased and reciting that the said George William Neyle died without having assigned the several terms of 500 years recited above, and that George Earl of Coventry was then entitled to the freehold and inheritance of the premises and that the said Earl had authorised his proctor to obtain letters of Administration to the goods and chattels of George Neyle deceased left unadministered to be granted to Henry Denton aforesaid. Full power was thereby granted to Henry Denton to dispose of the goods and chattels of George Neyle including the three terms mentioned as administrator of the said goods and chattels. Signed: George Gostling, Nathaniel Gostling and R. C. Creswell, Deputy Registrars. Seal wax pressed between paper of Prerogative Court of Canterbury.