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Estate papers - Correspondence


Letter from Richard Hyckman to Arthur Gregory, informing him that he has paid 5 pounds to Mr. Pennyfather, Mr. Henry Ofleye's man, in respect of the relief for half a knight's fee. Dated at Clarcktonwell [Clerkenwell]. Memorandum by Arthur Gregory that two reliefs, one on the death of Henry earl of Derby, and the other on the death of Ferdinand, earl of Derby, `dewe to me and found by thomage of my mannor' were paid by the `said recevor' of the earl of Darby to his (Arthur's) cousin John Penefather `to my use'. Endorsed: i) To the wor. and my vereaye Lovinge frend Mr. Arthar Gregory geve theis with spedd at Stichall nere Covintrye ii) To prove my releffes of therles of Derby for Alspath trewly paid [AG]