Admittance of William Chandler, 1873

Manor of Bisley in the County of Surrey.
Dated 13th June 1873

The General Court Baron of The Right Honourable William Hillier Earl of Onslow Lord of the said Manor held in and for the said Manor on Friday the Thirteenth day of June in the Thirty sixth year of the reign of our Sovereign Lady Victoria by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen Defender of the Faith and in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and seventy three Before Frederic Ferdinand Smallpeice Gentleman Steward there ~

Homage to Wit.
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Edward Robert East Foreman, sworn .
James Hill.                                                  
William Eacott } sworn William Dabourn.
John Mose      }            Stephen Steptoe.

The Homage aforesaid being sworn and charged on their Oath do present that William Chandler whose death was presented at a General Court Baron held for this manor on the fifth day of June One thousand eight hundred and seventy one died intestate and that William Chandler of Bisley aforesaid Farmer is the only Son of the said William Chandler deceased and his heir at law according to the custom of this Manor

Now at this court upon the third proclamation came here into Court in his proper person the said William Chandler and humbly prayed to be admitted Tenant to All that half acre of land in Churchburn Mead in Bisley with the appurtenances which came into the hands of the Lord of this Manor on the death of the said William Chandler deceased To whom the Lord of the Manor of aforesaid by his Steward aforesaid granted the same and delivered seizin thereof by the rod To hold to the said William Chandler his heirs and assigns for ever by copy of Court Roll at the Will of the Lord according to the custom of the said Manor by the yearly rent of two pence Heriot when it shall happen Suit of Court and other services and customs therefore formerly due and of right accustomed and so he was admitted Tenant thereof in form aforesaid Gave to the Lord as a fine for such his admittance as appears afterwards and his fealty was respited

Also at this Court upon the third proclamation came here again into Court in his proper person the said William Chandler and humbly prayed to be admitted Tenant to All that one messuage and tenement called Goddins with a barn and all other the buildings, curtilages, gardens and orchard thereto belonging and three pieces of land with the appurtenances thereto adjoining whereof one is called Mead Close containing by estimation three acres with the appurtenances lying in Bisley within this Manor which came into the hands of the Lord of this Manor on the death of the said William Chandler deceased To whom the Lord of the Manor of aforesaid by his Steward aforesaid granted the same and delivered seizin thereof by the rod To hold to the said William Chandler his heirs and assigns for ever by copy of Court Roll at the Will of the Lord according to the custom of the said Manor by the yearly rent of nine pence Heriot when it shall happen suit of Court and other services and customs therefore formerly due and of right accustomed and so he was admitted Tenant thereof in form aforesaid Gave to the Lord as a fine for such his admittance as appears afterwards and his fealty was respited

Also at this Court upon the third proclamation came here again into Court in his proper person the said William Chandler and humbly prayed to be admitted Tenant to All two closes of Arable land containing by estimation three acres with the appurtenances in Bisley which came into the hands of the Lord of this Manor on the death of the said William Chandler deceased To whom the Lord of the Manor of aforesaid by his Steward aforesaid granted the same and delivered seizin thereof by the rod To hold to the said William Chandler his heirs and assigns for ever by copy of Court Roll at the Will of the Lord according to the custom of the said Manor by the yearly rent of one shilling and four pence Heriot when it shall happen suit of Court and other services and customs therefore formerly due and of right accustomed and so he was admitted Tenant thereof in form aforesaid Gave to the Lord as a fine for such his admittance as appears afterwards and his fealty was respited.

Now at this Court upon the third proclamation came here again into Court in his proper person the said William Chandler and humbly prayed to be admitted Tenant to two acres of Land part of a parcel of Land called Miles Grove within this Manor and which said two acres adjoin Port Lane on the east the Common Field called Neltro on the North the Copyhold Land formerly of William Walden and now or late William Smith's called Wheat Leaz on the west and two acres other part of Miles Grove on the South now or late William Walker's And also one acre of Land other part of the said parcel of Land called Miles Grove and which acre adjoins to Miles Green on the South to Port Lane on the East to an acre of Land other part of Miles Grove late James Hone's on the West and to the said two acres now or late William Walker's on the North which came into the hands of the Lord of this Manor on the death of the said William Chandler deceased To whom the Lord of the Manor of aforesaid by his Steward aforesaid granted the same and delivered seizin thereof by the rod To hold to the said William Chandler his heirs and assigns for ever by copy of Court Roll at the Will of the Lord according to the custom of the said Manor by the yearly rent of one penny half penny Heriot when it shall happen suit of Court and other services and customs therefore formerly due and of right accustomed and so he was admitted Tenant thereof in form aforesaid Gave to the Lord as a fine for such his admittance as appears afterwards and his fealty was respited.

Also at this Court upon the third proclamation came here again into Court in his proper person the said William Chandler and humbly prayed to be admitted Tenant to All that the one moiety or equal half part the whole into two equal parts to be divided of him the said William Chandler of and in All that piece or parcel of Land called or known by the name of Westwood Field and containing by estimation four acres And also of and in All that piece or parcel of Land called or known by the name of Westwood Mead and containing by estimation two acres And also of and in All that piece or parcel of Land called or known by the name of Neltro Common Field (in two pieces) and containing by estimation two acres And also of and in All that piece or parcel of Land called or known by the name of Butts Field and containing by estimation two acres and within and held of the said Manor which came into the hands of the Lord of this Manor on the death of the said William Chandler deceased To whom the Lord of the Manor of aforesaid by his Steward aforesaid granted the same and delivered seizin thereof by the rod To hold to the said William Chandler his heirs and assigns for ever by copy of Court Roll at the Will of the Lord according to the custom of the said Manor by the yearly apportioned rent of one shilling and seven pence half penny Heriot when it shall happen suit of Court and other services and customs therefore formerly due and of right accustomed and so he was admitted Tenant thereof in form aforesaid Gave to the Lord as a fine for such his admittance as appears afterwards and his fealty was respited.

Also at this Court upon the third proclamation came here again into Court in his proper person the said William Chandler and humbly prayed to be admitted Tenant to the other undivided moiety or equal half part the whole into two equal parts to be divided of him the said William Chandler of and in All those the said pieces or parcels of Land called or known by the name of Westwood Field, Westwood Mead, Neltro Common Field and Butts Field which came into the hands of the Lord of this Manor on the death of the said William Chandler deceased To whom the Lord of the Manor of aforesaid by his Steward aforesaid granted the same and delivered seizin thereof by the rod To hold to the said William Chandler his heirs and assigns for ever by copy of Court Roll at the Will of the Lord according to the custom of the said Manor by the yearly apportioned rent of one shilling and seven pence half penny Heriot when it shall happen suit of Court and other services and customs therefore formerly due and of right accustomed and so he was admitted Tenant thereof in form aforesaid Gave to the Lord as a fine for such his six several admittances as appears in the margin and his fealty was respited.

      Examined by
Ferdinand Smallpeice
          Steward