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Fine and Counterpart: Whitnash and Bishops Tachbrook


Indenture and Counterpart of a Fine levied at the Royal Borough of Reading on the morrow of All Saints Day, before 1625, Henry Hobart, Richard Hutton, Francis Harbye, George Croke and Henry Yelverton, H.M. Justices, between Henry Murcott and Thomas Masters, plaintiffs and John Eyres and Sara his wife, Daniel Eyres and Timothy Eyres, deforciants, of three messuages, two cottages, 180 acres of land, sixteen acres of meadow, thirty acres of pasture, ten acres of furze and heath and common of pasture for all cattle in Whitnash and Bishops Tachbrook.