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Fine and Counterpart: Honington, Talton, Alderminister, Armscote, Tredington, Newbold-on-Stour, Cookham and London


Indenture and Counterpart of Fine suffered in the Court of Common Pleas at Westminster, Trinity Term 1741 before John Willes, John Fortescue Aland, William Fortescue and Thomas Parker, H. M. Justices, between Joseph Townsend, plaintiff, Sir Henry John Parker and Parke Goddard and Ann his wife, deforciants, of the manor of Honington and forty messuages, fifteen cottages, four water corn mills, four fulling mills, forty barns, thirty stables, three dovehouses, forty gardens, twenty orchards, 1200 acres of land, 300 acres of meadow, 1200 acres of pasture, seventy acres of wood, 200 acres of furze and heath and 100 acres of land covered with water and common of pasture for all beasts with appurtenances in Honington; also the advowson and tithe of Honington; the manor of Knight Ellington, and four messuages, four barns, four stables, four gardens, four orchards, 500 acres of meadow and 500 acres of pasture with appurtenances in Cookham, co. Berks.; the manor of Talton and three messuages, two cottages, five barns, six stables, three watermills, two dovehouses, four gardens, four orchards, 500 acres of land, 100 acres of meadow, 500 acres of pasture, thirty acres of wood, ten acres of furze and heath and ten acres of land covered with water with appurtenances in Talton, Alderminster, Armscott, Tredington and Newbold; and one messuage, one garden and one acre of land in St. Bride's, London.