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1499 - Richard Lee of Quarrendon

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Date 1499
Topic Indenture of lease from the king to Richard Lee of Quarrendon, Bucks.
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Quarrendon, Bucks.

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-25. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-25.

Record

[Dec. 7 1499:]
Indenture of lease from the king to Richard Lee of Quarendon and Joan his wife and Robert Lee, of the manor and lordship of Quarendon, co. Buckingham, with the profits of the court of the said manor, for the term of 50 years from the Annunciation last, at 50l. a year, they doing all repairs of the houses, buildings, bridges and gates of the manor and bearing all the quit rents, out charges, taxes and tallages and taking by oversight of the stewards, receiver or surveyor of the said lordship in Barnes Wood in the said county 50 load of thorn and underwood or loppis towards his fuel and hedging; and receiving [p. 194:] by assignment of such steward sufficient timber to the reparations of the said houses, bridges and gates.[1]

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Membrane 5 (19)d of the Patent Roll for 15 Henry VII – Part I. Marginal note: "Dec. 7". Italics as in printed source. IRHB's brackets.

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