Manor court, 1739

No records for 1739 have been found except the following documenst:

D/BASM/84/8: 31 [---] 1739
Richard Bigg of Winslow gent. did out of court surrender by the hands of Stephen Bigg and Peter Stutchbury all and singular his copyhold messuages, cottages, lands and tenements, barns, yards, stables, gardens and backsides, lights, easements, ways, commons, proffitts, comoditys and hereditaments to such uses as shall be hereafter expressed by his last will and testament.
[signed] Richd Bigg
in the presence of [signed] Stephen Bigg, Henry Stutchbury

21 Dec 1739
Richard Bigg of Winslow gent. and Elizabeth his wife surrendered by John Wyatt gent. deputy steward their close of pasture ground called the Angell Close lying at a place called Crosse Lanes, the Crosse Lanes lying on the south and west and the common field on the north. To the use of Joseph Wesson of Little Horwood yeoman.
[signed] Richard Bigg Eliz Bigg
John Wyatt Henry Stutchbury


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