The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex
The Manor of Duddleswell by Colin J Hobbs
published in 2004

Maresfield at Stumbletts Common  
West Hoathly  
East Grinstead  
Information Sources  


Henry Thomas Earl of Chichester and Henry Hall Viscount Gage Estate  
William Lord Abergavenny Estate  
Sir John Shelley Estate  

Nutley Properties

N1Tenement and 6 parcels new assart
N2ALe Lepe; 2. 2. 00 acres
N3Land; 7 acres
N3ACampishill; 5 acres new assart
N4Castelltrowghe; a parcel of assart
N5Messuage, garden, and croft within forest
N5AMessuage, garden, and croft within forest
N6Land; 1 acre at Pricketts hatche
N6ALand; at Pricketts hatche
N6A/ALand; at Pricketts hatche
N6BLand; 0.2.05 acre at Pricketts hatche
N7Symis, croft; 2 acres new assart
N7ASymis, Messuage; 3 acres
N7BNetherhouse and Sawters, messuage and barn
N7B/ANetherhouse and Sawters; 0.2.05 acres
N7B/BNetherhouse, 2 cottages; 0.1.22 acre
N8Trepes; 1/2 acre and 1. 0. 20
N8ALand; 1/2 acre garden
N9Millbrooks; 1. 2. 00 acre within forest
N10Butts Place, cottage; 1 rood
N10AButts Place; 19 perches
N11Messuage, barn and orchard; 3 pieces of 9 acres within forest
N11ALe Sale, cottage; 10 rods
N11BLe Sale, 2 messuages - Laurels and Hollies and 4 cottages
N11B/ALe Sale, 4 cottages
N11B/BLe Sale, Laurels
N12Pricketts Hatch, Cottage; 2 parcels 4 acres
N13Le Marles, messuage and barn; 1. 2. 00 acres
N13ALe Marles, 3 cottages
N13BLe Marles, Roses, cottage in 2 tenements
N13CLe Marles
N14Larrets, cottage & garden near Marlpit
N15Land; 1.5 acres within forest
N16Pricketts Hatche; 10 by 30 rods
N17Outbuilding; 1 rood
N18Cottage and garden at Nutley Gate
N19Croft; 5 acres
N19ACroft; 7. 0.25 acres
N20Cottage; 1 rood by le Swinefall
N21Le East Lepe ffeild; 3 acres
N22Cottage at Waggoners Bottom; 5 acres
N23Swinefall; 18 acres assart within Forest
N24Leapend; 1. 2. 00 acres between Little Shelfe & Millbrook
N25Sweet Minepit Croft & Millbrook Croft
N25ALand; 1 acre
N26le Shelfe; 2. 2. 00 acres parcel Nutley June ffarme
N27Little Shelf; 2. 3. 00 acres
N28Land; 6 acres
N28ALand; 4 acres
N28BMessuage and north part Lane Field; 1 acre
N28B/ACottage; 1 perch
N28B/BCottage; 6 perches
N29Millbrook & barn newly built; 6 acres
N29AMillbrook; 1/2 acre
N30Tenement; 7 acres
N30AWindmill; 0.5 acre
N31East Croft; 2 acres
N31ALand; 1.1.19 acres
N32The Mines; 6 acres
N33Upper Minepitts, barn; 10 acres
N34Le Lower Minepitts; 1 rood & 6 acres
N34ALand; 1 rood
N34A/ACottage; 5 perches
N35Le Court House, tenement & garden, at Millbrook; 20 perches
N36Land; 2 acres at Pricketts Hatch
N36AWooden chapel; 5 rods at Pricketts Hatch
N37Land; 7. 0. 13 acres
N38Waggoners Well; 21.1. 00 acres
N39Land; 1 acre by Pricketts Hatch pond
N40Cottage; 1/2 acre at Nutley Street
N41Cottage; 1/2 acre
N42Spring Croft; 2 acres at Fords Green
N43Smiths shop lately built; 1 rood
N44Land; 4 acres
N45Land; 4 acres
N46Millbrook; 1.2.00 acres near Vachery
N47Land; 4 acres near Marle Pitt
N47ALand; 0.3.07 acre part Coneyboro Field
N47A/BLand; 7 perches part of Coneyboro Field
N48Land; 2 acres
N49Cottage; 2 acres
N50Land; 2 acres
N51Land; 2.2.00 acres
N52Cottage; 2.0.00 acres at Dodds Bank
N52ACottage; 0.1.03 acres
N53Cottage; 1.2.00 acres at Broomhill
N54Cottage; 2.0.00 acres at Broomhill
N55Millbrook; 1.3.00 acres
N56Millbrook; 0.0.10 acre
N57Road field & Little Mead
N57ALand; 8 perches in Road field
N59Land; 0.2.37 acres
N60Cottage; 0.0.8 acre
NutleyTenement7 acresCopyhold
N3014/- annual rent; Fine & heriot 14/- each.

1688 to 1713Grant John Vincent.1702 surrendered to uses with N37.1713 deceased .
1693Map part of no.61--14.0.13 acres
1713 to 1731
Elizabeth Vincent widow admit,with N37.1724 Elizabeth wife Richard Pollard and Stephen Vincent mortgage John Cripps butcher £31/10/- ,with N37.1726 mortgage Margaret Browne of Buckland Surrey spinster £51/5/- .1727 mortga1/5/- .1727 mortgage Katherine Rochester of Lewes spinster £84. 1731 surrendered ES.
1731 to 1742
Edward Smith admit by John Day gent attorney,with N37.1742 surrendered will and dies..
1743 to 1752
John Smith Esq brother admit by John Cheesman attorney on 3rd proc,with N3A,37.1752 deceased.
1752 to 1752Francis Godman admit and surrendered JS.
1752 to 1771
John Smith of Hempstead in Framfeild admit and surrendered will,with N37.1771 surrendered WS.
1771 to 1777
William Stevenson of The Borough Southwark gent admit and surrendered to will,with N37.1777 surrendered JW.
1777 to 1782
John Wille of Chailey yeoman admit,with N37 and surrendered to will.1782 surrendered HK.
1782 to 1786
Henry Knight of Maresfeild yeoman admit and surrendered to will,with N37.1783 mortgage Richard Edwards of East Grinstead salesman £100 with N37.1786 satis.1786 surrendered JN.
1786 to 1813
John Newnham Esq of Maresfeild admit by attorney Samuel Weller,with N37.1813 surrendered LW.
1813 to 1820
Lucy Wood of Maresfeild spinster admit and surrendered to will with M27,43A,50A,MS10,15,N25/A,28/A,37,47,F3,WH5,9.1820 surrendered.1820 surrendered JW £524.
1820 to 1852
James Wood of Maresfeild yeoman admit with N25,25A,37 and mortgage Samuel Attree of Maresfeild blacksmith £400.1836 surrendered 0.5 acre part of High Field to Henry Sitford to form N30A £18.1852 deceased.
Partition to form Windmill, 0.5 acre by apportionment 13/- annual rent
Tithe map nos.486/98 16.0.21 acres with 7. 0. 13 acres.
1852 to 1884
James Wood son admit by will,with N19,25,25A,30,37,56.1884 surrendered SMMW £2600.
1884 to 1906
Sir Spencer Maryon Maryon Wilson Bart of Charlton House Blackheath admit,with N2A,5,25,37,48,56.1906 enfranchised.

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