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									                          NEWTON ESTATE
                  (Previous title: CHARLES GRIFFIN)
                     Deposited by Charles Griffin, esq., 1949

                                     1950118

Deeds and documents deposited by Charles Griffin, 1635-1869, mostly relating to
Monmouthshire and Herefordshire, particularly to the Griffin family, Newton House,
Dixton, co. Mon.. See also Sir L. Twiston Davies.
Annual Report 1949-50, p. 41.

I      DEEDS AND DOCUMENTS

1
1635, April 20
1       Edward Mason, esq., Mayor of the town and borough of Monmouth, co. Mon.,
        Thomas Gwillym and Charles Watkyns, gentlemen, bailiffs of the said t. and
        bor., and the whole commonalty of the same
2       John Phillpott of Englishe Newton in p. Dixton, gent.
LEASE for 21 years of two closes of land in p. Dixton, otherwise Duxton, within the
liberties of the said town of Monmouth.
[Names mentioned: Newtons brooke otherwise Mallybrooke, and Newtons Mill.]

2
1637/8, Feb. 13
WILL (copy) of Daniell Searle of Carisbrooke in the Isle of Wight, South[ampton],
gent.
Will proved 28 June 1638.

3
1671/2, Jan. 16
1      Thomas Phillipps of Kings Caple, Herefordshire, yeoman
2      Francis Allen of Pembridge Castle, gent.
BOND for the observance of covenants.

4
1674, Nov. 16
1      John Lewis of Dorston, formerly of Lanlowdy in p. Langarren, Herefordshire,
       yeoman, only son and heir of John Lewis of Lanlowdy aforesaid, dec., and heir
       of David Lewis of Lanlowdy aforesaid by Elizabeth his wife, both dec., and
       Mary, wife of the said John Lewis, party to these presents
2      Francis Allen of Pembridge Castle, and William Baskervile of Comadocke,
       gentleman
3      William Kemble and William Hill, both of Pembrige Castle aforesaid, and
       inhabiting with the said Francis Allen, gentlemen
COVENANT to levy a fine of m's, cottages and lands in t. Killreege and p. Langarren,
Herefordshire.
[Names mentioned: the broome, the middle close, the Gorsty Close otherwise the well
Close, Elladrellin, the Hill house, Hill Field, or the Topp of the Hill, the Fog Close,
the Whitefield, Penbleyth's Field, and Lanlowdyes Meadow.]

5
1674/5, Feb. 12
OFFICIAL COPY of a final concord levied in a fine between Francis Allen and
William Baskervile, gentlemen, plaintiffs, and John Lewis and Mary, his wife,
deforciants, when the deforciants acknowledged two m's, two cottages, and 154 a. of
land in Lanlowdie, Kylreege, and Langarren to be the right of the plaintiffs.
Latin. Seal.

6
1677, Oct. 29
1      Francis Allen of Pembridge Castle, Herefordshire, gent.
2      Elizabeth Champion of London, widow
MORTGAGE for £700, by way of demise for 500 years, of man. Gannerow, a capital
m. called St Woolstones, and m's and lands in p's Gannerow, Welsh Newton,
Whitchurch, St Waynardes and Langarren, Herefordshire.
Counterpart. Seal.
[Other names mentioned: Tre-howell, the Hill groundes, the White Close, the pool
soanes, the Cathkin, Blakes-ham, Pigsgrove, the Yewtree close, and Lewis his
Tenement.]

7
1678/9, Jan. 10
1      Francis Allen of Pembridge Castle, Herefordshire, gent.
2      Francis Seaborne of the same, gent.
GRANT of an annuity of £20 issuing out of the man., m. and lands called St
Woolstones and Trehowell in p's Welsh Newtown, Whitchurch and Gannerow,
Herefordshire.

8
1687, June 7
1      Thomas Claybrooke of Penbleyth in p. Langarren, Herefordshire, corviser, and
       Frances, his wife, daughter and heir of Margeret Catchmay of p. Welsh
       Newton, Herefordshire, widow, by John Catchmay, her husband, dec.
2      James Collins of Trewarne, yeoman, and Charles Tudor, gent., both of p.
       Langarren.
SETTLEMENT to uses of a m. called Coydtrangh and closes and parcels of land
including the Quickin tree close, Hallowluffe, the Little Broome, the Gutter close, the
Hawthorne close, the Lower Lawnd, and the Vpper Lawnd in p's Welsh Newton and
Whittchurch in man. Goodrich, Herefordshire.
Seals.

9
1687, June 17
COPY of No. 8.
1      Thomas Claybrooke of Penbleyth in p. Langarren, Herefordshire, corviser, and
       Frances, his wife, daughter and heir of Margeret Catchmay of p. Welsh
       Newton, Herefordshire, widow, by John Catchmay, her husband, dec.
2      James Collins of Trewarne, yeoman, and Charles Tudor, gent., both of p.
       Langarren.
SETTLEMENT to uses of a m. called Coydtrangh and closes and parcels of land
including the Quickin tree close, Hallowluffe, the Little Broome, the Gutter close, the
Hawthorne close, the Lower Lawnd, and the Vpper Lawnd in p's Welsh Newton and
Whittchurch in man. Goodrich, Herefordshire.
Seals.

10
1692, Sept. 30
1      The Right Honourable Anthony, Earl of Kent
2      Thomas Lucas of Goodrich, Herefordshire, barber
LEASE for 99 years of a cottage or smith's shop and closes and parcels of land in p.
Goodrich, Herefordshire.
Counterpart.

11
1692, Sept. 30
1      The Right Honourable Anthony, Earl of Kent
2      Joseph Powell of Kynnaston in p. Hentland, Herefordshire, yeoman
LEASE for 99 years of a m. called the Priory and closes of land in p. Goodrich,
Herefordshire.

12-13
1694/5, Feb. 22-3
1      Thomas Wavell the younger of Limerstone in p. Brixton in the Isle of Wight,
       Southampton, gent.
2      Timothy Lucas of p. Northwood, gent.
LEASE AND RELEASE of closes of land in p. Carisbrooke in the said Isle of Wight.

14
1708/9, March 5
1      Sir Hale Hooke of Kensington, Middlesex, bart
2      Thomas Edwards of the town of Monmouth, co. Mon., mercer
LEASE for 99 years of tmt's and lands in p's Welsh Newton and Dixton,
Herefordshire and co. Mon..
Counterpart.

15
1710, Aug. 22
1      Thomas Middleton the Younger of the town of Monmouth, saddler
2      Nicholas Bingham of the same, victualler
RELEASE in fee of a m. in English Newton and closes and parcels of land called the
Close below the house, the Lanes End, the Coppice Close, the Pease Close, the Cross
Meadow, the Wood Croft, and a parcel of wood thereto adjoining, all in p. Dixton, co.
Mon..
16-17
1710/11, Feb. 1-2
1       Thomas Middleton the Younger of the town of Monmouth, co. Mon., saddler,
        Nicholas Bingham of the same, 'inholder', and Anne his wife
2       Francis Gyles of the same, peruke-maker
LEASE AND RELEASE of the properties specified in No. 15. [a m. in English
Newton and closes and parcels of land called the Close below the house, the Lanes
End, the Coppice Close, the Pease Close, the Cross Meadow, the Wood Croft, and a
parcel of wood thereto adjoining, all in p. Dixton, co. Mon..]

18
1711, From Easter Day in fifteen days
FINAL CONCORD in a fine levied between David Tanner and Francis Gyles,
plaintiffs, and David Cox and Mary, his wife, Thomas Middleton and Nicholas
Bingham and Anne, his wife, deforciants, when the deforciants acknowledged three
m's and 140 a. of land in p's St Moughans and Langattock Vibon Avell and English
Newton in p. Dixton to be the right of the plaintiffs.
Latin.

19-20
1711, Nov. 14-15
1      Thomas Wavell of Lemarston in p. Brixton in the Isle of Wight, Southampton,
       gent., Edward Hayles of Newport in the isle and co. aforesaid, scrivener, and
       Jane Lucas of the same, widow, relict and executrix of the will of Timothy
       Lucas, late of Newport aforesaid, gent., dec.
2      James Smith of Newport aforesaid, chirurgeon
LEASE AND RELEASE of closes of land in p. Carisbrook in the Isle of Wight.

21
1714, April 3
1      Francis Giles of the town of Monmouth, co. Mon., peruke-maker
2      Elizabeth Fortune of the same, spinster
MORTGAGE for £100 of the properties specified in No. 15. [a m. in English Newton
and closes and parcels of land called the Close below the house, the Lanes End, the
Coppice Close, the Pease Close, the Cross Meadow, the Wood Croft, and a parcel of
wood thereto adjoining, all in p. Dixton, co. Mon..]

22
1722, The morrow of [All] Souls'
FINAL CONCORD in a fine levied between Phillip Palmer the Younger, plaintiff,
and Edward Knowles and Elizabeth, his wife, and Thomas Knowles, deforciants,
when the deforciants acknowledged a m. and 80 a. of land in English Newton and in
p. Dixton to be the right of the plaintiff.
Latin.

23
1729, March 25
1       James Ballard of Trevervyn in p. Langarran, Herefordshire, gent., only son and
        heir of John Ballard, late of Trevervyn aforesaid, gent., dec., and also executor
        of the will of the said John Ballard
2       Frances Claybrooke, widow, and William Claybrooke, yeoman, both of p.
        Welsh newton
3       Thomas Lucas of Goodrich, barber
MORTGAGE for £140 of the properties specified in No. 8. [a m. called Coydtrangh
and closes and parcels of land including the Quickin tree close, Hallowluffe, the Little
Broome, the Gutter close, the Hawthorne close, the Lower Lawnd, and the Vpper
Lawnd in p's Welsh Newton and Whittchurch in man.Goodrich, Herefordshire.
Seals.]

24-25
1732, Dec. 18-19
1      William Evans of Stow Green in p. Newland, Gloucestershire, yeoman, and
       Alice, his wife, only daughter of John Phillpott formerly of Selleys Brooke in
       p. Ganerew, Herefordshire, yeoman, by Alice his wife, both dec., and also
       sister and heir of John Phillpott the Younger of the same place, dec., only son
       and heir of the said John Phillpott the elder by the said Alice, his said wife
2      Henry Barnes of the town of Monmouth, co. Mon., mercer
LEASE AND RELEASE of a m. and lands at Selleys Brooke in p's Whitchurch and
Ganerew and in t. Whitchurch and Ganerew in man. Goodrich, Herefordshire.

26
1732/3, Feb. 23
PROBATE of the will of William Smith, late of Portsmouth, Southampton, doctor of
medicine, dec..
Will dated 9 Feb. 1732/3.

27
1735, June 13
1      James Smith of Newport in the Isle of Wight, Southampton, chirurgeon
2      Thomas Serle of the same, gent.
LEASE for 99 years of the hedge belonging to a close called the Brickilne Close in p.
Carisbrooke in the isle and county aforesaid.
Counterpart.

28
1736, Sept. 28
1      Elizabeth Smith of Newport in the Isle of Wight, Southampton, spinster,
       executrix of the will of William Smith, late of Portesmouth, Southampton,
       doctor of physic, dec.
2      Thomas Holmes of Yarmouth, esq., and James Smith of Newport, gent., both
       of the Isle of Wight
ASSIGNMENT of a lease and mortgage of a m. in High Street, Portesmouth.

29
1738, May 31
1      Phillip Palmer of p. Weston under penyard, Herefordshire, yeoman, eldest son
       and heir of Phillip Palmer, late of the same, yeoman, dec.
2      Daniel Seymour of p. Walford, gent., surviving executor in trust of the will of
       the said Phillip Palmer, dec., and Joan Palmer of Weston under penyard,
       widow, relict and residuary legatee of the said Phillip Palmer, dec., both of
       Herefordshire
3      Edward Knowles of p. Dixton, co. Mon., yeoman, Thomas Knowles, eldest
       son and heir apparent of the said Edward Knowles, and Elizabeth, wife of the
       said Thomas Knowles
4      Phillip Lomax of the town of Monmouth, co. Mon., apothecary
5      William Fortune of the town of Monmouth, gent.
MORTGAGE for £220 of the properties specified in No. 15. [a m. in English Newton
and closes and parcels of land called the Close below the house, the Lanes End, the
Coppice Close, the Pease Close, the Cross Meadow, the Wood Croft, and a parcel of
wood thereto adjoining, all in p. Dixton, co. Mon..]

30
1740, Oct. 17
1      Thomas Knowles, eldest son and heir apparent of Edward Knowles of p.
       Dixton, co. Mon., yeoman
2      Phillip Lomax of the town of Monmouth, apothecary
RELEASE of the equity of redemption of the properties specified in No. 15. [a m. in
English Newton and closes and parcels of land called the Close below the house, the
Lanes End, the Coppice Close, the Pease Close, the Cross Meadow, the Wood Croft,
and a parcel of wood thereto adjoining, all in p. Dixton, co. Mon..]

31
1748, Sept. 28
1      Thomas Griffin, Admiral and Commander-in-chief of HM Fleet in the West
       Indies, and Elizabeth, his wife
2      David Dor of p. Brixton in the Isle of Wight, Southampton, yeoman
Lease for 14 years of parcels of land called Strouds in p. Nottiston in the Isle of
Wight.
Counterpart.

32
No date
ABSTRACT OF TITLE (1661/2-1750) of John Grove, esq., to several estates in
Wiltshire, Warwickshire and co. Mon..

33
1753, March 1
1      Baynham Barnes of the town of Monmouth, clerk
2      Thomas Lewis of the same, yeoman
LEASE for 21 years of a m. and lands called Sillars brooke in p's Ganerew and
Whitchurch, Herefordshire.
Counterpart.

34
1764, April 2
PROBATE of the will of James Smith, late of Newport in the Isle of Wight,
Southampton, surgeon, dec..
Will dated 23 June 1761.

35
1766, May 12
1      Martha Smith, Jenny Smith, and Mary Smith, all of Newport in the Isle of
       Wight, Southampton, spinsters
2      Thomas Serle of the same, gent.
LEASE for 99 years of a parcel of land in p. Carisbrooke in the Isle of Wight.
Draft.

36
1774, Jan. 19
1      Elizabeth Griffin of Hadnock, co. Mon., widow, relict of Thomas Griffin
       formerly of Whitehaven, Cumberland, but late of Hadnock aforesaid, esq.,
       dec., formerly Elizabeth Smith, spinster
2      The Rev. Phillip Griffin of Warnford, Southampton, clerk, and George Griffin
       of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, gent., only younger children of the said Elizabeth
       Griffin by the said Thomas Griffin, dec.
3      Thomas Griffin of Lincolns Inn aforesaid, esq.
COVENANT to levy a fine of a m. and lands called Strouds in p. Mottiston in the Isle
of Wight, Southampton.

37
1774, From Easter Day in fifteen days
FINAL CONCORD in a fine levied between Thomas Griffin, esq., plaintiff, and
Elizabeth Griffin, widow, Philip Griffin, clerk, and George Griffin, gent., deforciants,
when the deforciants acknowledged six m's and 90 a. of land in Emsworth and in p's
Warblington and Portsea and in Mottison in the Isle of Wight to be the right of the
plaintiff.

38
1777, The morrow of All Souls'
FINAL CONCORD in a fine levied between George Catchmayd the Younger, gent.,
plaintiff, and Daniel Renaud and Benedicta, his wife, deforciants, when the
deforciants acknowledged a m. and 2 a. of land in p. Whitchurch to be the right of the
plaintiff.

39
1786, Dec. 1
1      Thomas Griffin of Hadnock, co. Mon., Lord of the Manor of Goodrich,
       Herefordshire, esq.
2      George Carver of Crockersash in p. Ganerew, Herefordshire, labourer
LEASE for 99 years of a parcel of land at the broken ways in p. Ganerew aforesaid.

40-41
1787, Sept. 28-29
1      John Evans, saddler, and Thomas Davies, watchmaker, both of the town of
       Monmouth, surviving executors of the will of Phillip Lomax late of the said
       town of Monmouth, apothecary, dec., and Charles Lomax of p. Saint Georges,
       Hanover Square, Middlesex, surgeon, eldest son and heir of the said Phillip
       Lomax, dec.
2      John Griffiths of the town of Monmouth aforesaid, grocer, and The Rev.
       Thomas Leach of Blackoney, Gloucestershire, clerk
LEASE and RELEASE of the properties specified in No. 15. [a m. in English Newton
and closes and parcels of land called the Close below the house, the Lanes End, the
Coppice Close, the Pease Close, the Cross Meadow, the Wood Croft, and a parcel of
wood thereto adjoining, all in p. Dixton, co. Mon..]

42-68
1788-9
PAPERS (Affidavits, Briefs, Costs, Pleas, &c.) in an action of replevin between
William Priddy, plaintiff, and James Workman, defendant.

69
No date
ABSTRACT OF TITLE (1726/7-1790) [of Mr Gardiner] to premises in
Herefordshire.

70
1799, March 24
1       George Griffin of the town of Monmouth, co. Mon., esq.
2       Casandra Woodhouse of the Hill in p. Walford, Herefordshire, widow
MORTGAGE for £1,000, by way of demise for 1,000 years, of a m. and lands in p.
Garnerew, Herefordshire, and of the properties in English Newton in p. Dixton, co.
Mon., specified in No. 15. [a m. in English Newton and closes and parcels of land
called the Close below the house, the Lanes End, the Coppice Close, the Pease Close,
the Cross Meadow, the Wood Croft, and a parcel of wood thereto adjoining, all in p.
Dixton, co. Mon..]

71
1799, April 24
PROBATE of the will of Martha Smith, late of the town of Newport in the Isle of
Wight, Southampton, spinster, dec..
Will and Codicil dated 23 June 1789, and 17 June 1795, respectively.

72
1799, April 24
PROBATE of the will of Sarah Smith, late of the town of Newport in the Isle of
Wight, Southampton, spinster, dec..
Will dated 7 Nov. 1798.

73
1799, April 26
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION, with will annexed, of the estate of Mary Smith
late of the town of Newport in the Isle of Wight, Southampton, spinster, dec., granted
to George Griffin, esq.
Will dated 23 June 1789.

74
1802, June 2
1      George Griffin of the town of Monmouth, esq.
2      Thomas Johnson of the same, gent.
MORTGAGE for £1,000, by way of demise for 500 years, of closes of land in p.
Carisbrook in the Isle of Wight, Southampton.

75
1807-8
STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS between Richard Clarke and Mrs Griffin.

76
1808, June 28
WRIT to George Doswell, Robert Cole, John Doe, and Richard Roe, gentlemen, in
accordance with a decree in the Court of Chancery, for the partition of an estate
involved in a cause of Catherine Griffin the elder, widow, and Elizabeth Ann Griffin,
Catherine Griffin the younger, and Mary Griffin, infants, complaints, and John
Rogers, defendant.

77
1816, Aug. 24
WILL (copy) of John Brown the Elder of p. Whitchurch, Herefordshire, gent.
Will proved 9 Feb. 1819.

78
1822, May 23
WILL of Thomas Lewis of the Grape House in p. Dixton, co. Mon., labourer.

79
1825, Dec. 21
1      John Tyler of the town of Monmouth, co. Mon., gent.
2      Mary Hardwick of the city of Gloucester, widow
3      The Rev. Charles Hardwick of the same city, clerk
4      Daniel Mackinnon of Binfield, Berkshire, esq.
5      Louisa Barnes of p. Ganerew, Herefordshire, widow
6      The Rev. Henry Barnes of the town of Monmouth aforesaid, clerk, and
       Martha, his wife
7      Philip Tyler of the town of Monmouth aforesaid, shoemaker
8      Edward Dawe of the town of Monmouth aforesaid, druggist
9      Cahrles Marriott of the Fort in p. Whitchurch, Herefordshire, esq.
10     Charles Tyler of the said town of Monmouth, gent.
11     The Rev. George Pyrke of the said p. Whitchurch, Herefordshire, clerk
12     James Powles of the town of Monmouth aforesaid, gent.
13     Henry Davies of the same town, esq.
RELEASE, to make a tenant to the praecipe for suffering a recovery, of a m. and
premises called Sellers Brook in p. Ganerew, Herefordshire;
RELEASE in fee of other properties in p's Whitchurch and Ganerew, Herefordshire;
and
ASSIGNMENT of terms in respect of Sellers Brook aforesaid to attend the
inheritance.

80
1825, Dec. 31
ESTREAT from the court roll of man. Goodrich recording a recovery with double
voucher of tmt's and lands in the aforesaid man. suffered between The Rev. George
Pyrke, clerk, demandant, and Charles Tyler, tenant.

81
1826
ACCOUNT of rents received for lands in the Isle of Wight.

82
1827, April 17
1       The Rev. James Endell Tyler, Bachelor of Divinity, Rector of Saint Giles's in
        the Fields, Middlesex, and Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford.
2       Elizabeth Ann Griffin of Newton House, co. Mon., spinster
3       Robert Vaughan Richards of the Inner Temple, London, barrister-at-law, and
        The Rev. Edward Hawkins, Master of Arts and Fellow of Oriel College
        aforesaid.
RELEASE (pre-nuptial settlement of the said James Endell Tyler and Elizabeth Ann
Griffin) of a m. and lands called The Park Farm in p. Langarren, Herefordshire,
parcels of land thereunto adjoining called Turf Thorns in p. Newland, Gloucestershire,
and the freehold part of a m. and lands called Nankergee otherwise Nankerguy in p's
Langarren, Whitchurch, and Welsh Newton, Herefordshire; and SURRENDER (after
the marriage) at the Court of the Manor of Welsh Newton otherwise Pembridge and
Newton, Herefordshire, of the copyhold parts of Nankergee otherwise Nankerguy
aforesaid.

83
1827, Nov. 3
1      Henry Barnes late of the town of Monmouth, co. Mon., but now of p.
       Generew, Herefordshire, clerk
2      Charles Marriott of the Fort in p. Whitchurch, Herefordshire, esq.
COVENANT for the production of deeds.

84
1828, Jan. 3
1      John Harper of p. Whitchurch, Herefordshire, gent.
2      Charles Marriott of the Fort in the same p., esq.
COVENANT for the production of deeds.

85
1832, Oct. 23
1       Charles Marriott of Sellers Brook (formerly called the Fort) in p. Whitchurch,
        Herefordshire, esq.
2       Catherine Griffin of Newton House in p. Dixton, co. Mon., spinster
3       The Rev. William Marriott Leir of Ditcheat Rectory near Castle Carey,
        Somerset, and The Rev. Thomas Williams of Llanvapley, co. Mon., clerks
RELEASE (pre-nuptial settlement of the said Charles Marriott and Catherine Griffin)
of a capital m. and lands in p's Whitchurch and Ganerew, Herefordshire.
Attested copy.

86
1832, Oct. 23
1       Catherine Griffin of Newton House, co. Mon., spinster
2       Charles Marriott of Sellers Brook, Herefordshire, esq.
3       The Rev. William Marriott Leir of Ditcheat Rectory near Castle Carey,
        Somerset, and The Rev. Thomas Williams of Llanvapley, co. Mon., clerks
RELEASE (pre-nuptial settlement of the said Charles Marriott and Catherine Griffin)
of m's and lands in p's Dixton and Monmouth, co. Mon., and Welsh Newtown,
Herefordshire.
Attested copy.

87
1833, Feb. 21
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION, with will annexed, of the estate of Elizabeth
Ann Tyler, late of Bedford Square in p. Saint Giles in the Fields, Middlesex, dec.,
granted to The Rev. James Endell Tyler, clerk, her husband.
Will dated 29 Dec. 1827.

88
1833, July 31
FIELD MAP, addressed to The Rev. J. E. Tyler, of properties in p's Whitchurch and
Ganarew, Herefordshire.

89
a
1839, Aug. 31
1       Thomas Lewis of Ganerw's Lodge in p. Ganerew, Herefordshire, labourer, and
        Elizabeth, his wife
2       William Follett of p. Dixton, co. Mon., farmer
MORTGAGE for £35 by way of demise for 500 years, of a m. in p. Dixton, co. Mon.,
farmer.

b
1869, Aug. 4
1      George Follett of 4 Radnor Terrace, Peckham, Surrey, builder
2      William Lewis of the Grape House Inn in p. Dixton, co. Mon., yeoman
SURRENDER of the mortgage specified in a.
Endorsed.

90
No date
VALUATION of lands involved in an exchange between Major Marriott and Richard
Blakemore, esq.

91-101
1848
BILLS to William Thomas, Lydiar Mellen, for repairs.

102
1851
STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS between The Rev. J. E. Tyler and Messrs Sewell &
Estcourt.
Two copies.

103
1851, Nov. 25
PROBATE of the will of The Rev. James Endell Tyler late of Bedford Square,
Middlesex, rector of p. Saint Giles in the Fields in the same county, clerk, dec..
Will dated 31 July 1851.

104
1852, March 22
STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS of the executors of the Rev. J. Endell Tyler, dec..

105
1853, Feb. 19
BANKERS' NOTICE relating to a purchase of stock by the executors of the late Rev.
J. Endell Tyler.

106
1856, Aug. 16
1      Thomas Lewis of p. Whitchurch, Herefordshire, labourer, eldest son and heir
       of Thomas Lewis late of p. Ganarew, Herefordshire, labourer, dec.
2      Elizabeth Lewis of p. Whitchurch aforesaid, relict of the said Thomas Lewis,
       dec.
3      William Lewis of the Grapehouse in p. Dixton, co. Mon., yeoman
CONVEYANCE of the equity of redemption of a m. adjoining the Grapehouse in p.
Dixton aforesaid.

107
1862, July 19
NOTICE (copy) from James Lister Deighton, Vicar of p. Dixton, co. Mon., and James
Davies, Churchwarden, to Miss Mary Griffin of Newton House in the said p.
concerning the chancel door of Dixton Parish Church.

108
1862, Aug. 4
QUESTIONS (copy) submitted to Dr Deane concerning Dixton Parish Church, and
his opinion thereon.
109
1867, May 31
RECEIPT from Joseph Coates, Ironmonger, Monmouth, to Miss Griffin for 5s.6.

110
1869, Aug. 5
1      William Lewis of the Grape House Inn in p. Dixton, co. Mon., yeoman, and
       Alice, his wife
2      Mary Griffin of Newton Court in p. Dixton aforesaid, spinster
GRANT of a public house called The Grape House and a cottage adjoining in p.
Dixton.

111
1869, Aug. 5
DECLARATION by William Lewis of the Grape House Inn in p. Dixton, co. Mon.,
publican, vendor of the properties specified in No. 110.

112
No date
INSTRUCTIONS for holding Courts [in the Manor of Goodrich].

II     CORRESPONDENCE

113
1818, May 19
From
The Bishop of Peterborough.
To
Rev. J. E. Tyler, Oriel College, Oxford.
The perpetual curacy of Moreton Pinekney.

114
1848, June 17
From
Mary Griffin, Newton House.
To
John Davies, Filbert Cottage.
Discharging him and his wife from her service.

115
1852, April 8
From
J. Endell Powles, Monmouth.
To
G. G. Tyler, esq.
Accounts.

116
1853, April 7
From
J. R. Powell, Hampden Place, Gloucester.
To
Messrs J. & J. E. Powles.
A further charge.

117
1862, July 24
From
John Philip Martineau, 18 Kings Road, Grays Inn.
To
Miss Griffin.
Observations on No. 107. [NOTICE (copy) from James Lister Deighton, Vicar of p.
Dixton, co. Mon., and James Davies, Churchwarden, to Miss Mary Griffin of Newton
House in the said p. concerning the chancel door of Dixton Parish Church.]

118
1862, July 25
From
John Philip Martineau.
To
Miss Griffin.
Advice concerning the lock.

119
1862, July 29
From
John Philip Martineau.
To
Miss Griffin.
Has laid a case before Dr Deane.

120
1862, Aug. 4
From
John Philip Martineau.
To
Miss Griffin.
Enclosing No. 108. [QUESTIONS (copy) submitted to Dr Deane concerning Dixton
Parish Church, and his opinion thereon.]

121
1862, Aug. 6
From
Messrs Walker, Grant & Martineau.
To
The Rev. James Lister Deighton.
Miss Griffin will commence an action unless ...
Copy.

122
1862, Aug. 6
From
John Philip Martineau.
To
Miss Griffin.
Enclosing No 121. [Miss Griffin will commence an action unless ...]

123
1862, Aug. 8
From
Jas L. Deighton
To
Messrs Walker, Grant & Martineau.
Reply to No. 121. [Miss Griffin will commence an action unless ...]
Copy.

124
1862, Aug. 11
From
Messrs Walker, Grant & Martineau.
To
The Rev. J. L. Deighton.
Reply to No. 123. [Reply to No. 121. [Miss Griffin will commence an action unless
...]
Copy.

125
1862, Aug. 13
From
James Davies, Churchwarden of Dixton.
To
Messrs Walker, Grant & Martineau.
Reply to No. 124. [Reply to No. 123. [Reply to No. 121. [Miss Griffin will
commence an action unless ...]
Copy.

126
1862, Aug. 14
From
Messrs Walker, Grant & Martineau.
To
James Davies, esq.
Reply to No. 125. [Reply to No. 124. [Reply to No. 123. [Reply to No. 121. [Miss
Griffin will commence an action unless ...]
Copy.
127
1862, Aug. 20
From
John Philip Martineau.
To
Miss Griffin.
Does not advise her to make any bargain for redress.

128
1862, Aug. 25
From
John Philip Martineau.
To
Miss Griffin.
Further advice.

129
1862, Aug. 28
From
Messrs Walker, Grant & Martineau.
To
H. Puckle, esq.
Griffin v. Dighton & Davies.
Copy.

130
1862, Aug. 28
From
John Philip Martineau.
To
Miss Griffin.
Enclosing No. 129. [Griffin v. Dighton & Davies.]

131
1862, Aug. 30
From
John Philip Martineau.
To
Miss Griffin.
'No step can now be taken until the end of October'.

132
1862, Sept. 25
From
John Philip Martineau.
To
Miss Griffin.
Reply to letters.
133
1862, Oct. 7
From
John Philip Martineau.
To
Miss Griffin.
Mr Philpott has carried out his threat of bringing an action.

134
1862, Oct. 9
From
John Philip Martineau.
To
Miss Griffin.
Mr Philpott's title to the trees.

135
1863, June 11
From
John Philip Martineau.
To
Miss Griffin.
Is in favour of an appeal.

III     PRINTED MATTER

A copy of The Justice of the Peace, 6 June 1863, containing an account of
proceedings in the cause of Griffin v. Deighton.

								
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