Sub-sub-fonds PTR 2/1-6 - Ashill and South Pickenham: Manor of Uphall, Collards and Games

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PTR 2/1-6

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Ashill and South Pickenham: Manor of Uphall, Collards and Games

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  • nd [early 16th century]-1793 (Creation)

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3 gatherings and 8 papers

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(1189-1925)

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Uphall manor was the capital manor in Ashill, but became associated with the smaller manors in Ashill, Collards, Games and Monacks, alias Monocks, when they all were granted by the Crown to Sir Henry Bedingfield circa 1555. The united manors were sold by the Bedingfields to John Eyre of Holme Hale, and, circa 1720, they passed to Sir Francis Andrew. Later lords included Philip Southcote (1747), Bridget Southcote (1759), Robert, Lord Petre (1783), who was lord at the time of the Inclosure Award of 1786 [NRO, C/Sce 1/3], William, Lord Petre (1810), Hon. Francis Baring, later Lord Ashburton (1822), Hon. Francis Baring (1847). Lord Ashburton is given as lord of the manor in White's Trade Directory (1845).\r\nIn 1869 the manor was bought by William Amhurst, later Lord Amherst, of Didlington Hall; W.A.T. Amherst Esq., MP, is given as lord of the manor in White's Trade Directory (1883).\r\nAccording to the MAF's list of known manors, compiled in 1925, the last transaction was dated 1922, Baron Amherst was lord of the manor and Allen E. Messer was steward [TNA, HMC 5/6].

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See also PTR 3 for field book of Uphall Manor, 1760.

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Created 05/07/2010 by Drott. Modified 21/09/2018 by Droip.

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