File PTR 1/113, 756X7 - Title of Henry Cocksedge to a messuage called the Hermitage and 37a. 3r. and a messuage called Kemps (formerly of John Clark) and 50a. 1r. both [messuages] occupied by John Juby, and also to four other messuages and three hemplands, all in Ickburgh

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PTR 1/113, 756X7

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Title of Henry Cocksedge to a messuage called the Hermitage and 37a. 3r. and a messuage called Kemps (formerly of John Clark) and 50a. 1r. both [messuages] occupied by John Juby, and also to four other messuages and three hemplands, all in Ickburgh

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  • 1735-1742 (Creation)

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1 bundle of 3 parchments

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Martha Partridge, widow of Henry (brother of Robert Partridge) conveyed the property to Henry Cocksedge, in trust for Charles Downing in 1735. In 1742, Henry Cocksedge acknowledged his trustee status but then in the same year purchased the property in his own right from Charles Downing's son, Jacob Garrard Downing.

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5720bd57-a329-4fa1-b586-73af146aca2b

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Created 15/10/2008 by Drott. Modified 13/01/2012 by Droje.

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