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D.668.71 (bundle of loose folded sheets)


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Bailiff’s Warrant, October 1737, Manor of Wilbrook

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Transcription of image 447



13 October, 1737


Wilbrooke Mannor.     Presentment for holding the court.


[These details were added by a later hand. Perhaps in 1818]



Transcription of image 448


To the bayleif of the said mannor.


This is to require you to summon & give notice to all the tenants and suitors of the said mannor personally to be and appear at the court baron of John Delahay esq. lord of the said mannor to be holden for the said mannor of the usual place of court keeping on – Tuesday the twenty fifth day of this instant October at ten of the clock in the forenoon of the said day then & there to perform their several suits and services according to the custom of the said mannor given under my hand & seals the thirteenth day of October in the eleventh year of the reign of king George the second and in the year of our lord God. 1737.


Thomas Williams steward.


ELSG image accession ref. cwmbran1 – 447 & 448



Transcription details are based on the work of Dewi Bowen Williams, see http://www.ewyaslacy.org.uk/Michaelchurch-Escley-and-Peterchurch/Manorial-Court-Records-for-the-Manors-of-Clothy-Hopkin-Urishay-Trenant-amp-Wellbrook/1466-1833/tg_mic_0127


For zoomable images see http://www.ewyaslacy.org.uk/docs/rs_ewy_0060_5.pdf


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