|Maresfield||Oast house, malthouse||1/2 acre at Pricketts Hatch Green||Copyhold|
|M26||6d annual rent; Heriot & fine 1/- each.|
John Streatfeild E & S (Pricketts hatchegate, cottage, Johane Dynes, 2 acres assart), road W & N.
|1669 to 1679||Grant to Nicholas Combes. 1678 surrendered to will. 1679 deceased.|
|1682 to 1686|
Sara Combes wife admit for life by will, then Sara, Anne, Hannah and Elizabeth. 1686 deceased.
|after 1686||Sara wife Henry Smith admit by attorney John Saxby.|
|1686 to 1688||Hannah wife John Peirse admit. 1688 surrendered to John Saxby.|
|1686 to 1688|
Elizabeth wife Richard Tester admit by attorney John Saxby. 1688 surrendered to John Saxby.
|1686 to 1694|
Anna wife John Saxby admit. 1688 John Saxby admit on 3rd proc ex Hannah.admit on 2nd proc ex Elizabeth. 1692 mortgage Nich Relfe of Maresfeild butcher £22/10/-. 1694 John Saxby and Anna she examined secretly and Nich Relfe surred Nich Relfe surrendered to James Round.
|1694 to 1705||James Round of Fletching butcher admit. 1705 deceased.|
|1705 to 1728|
John Round son admit on 2nd proc mother Grace guardian. 1728 surrendered to Samuel ffunnell.
|1728 to 1749||Samuel ffunnell junior of Fletching admit and forfeit. 1749 deceased|
|1738||John Norman admit on 3rd proc and surrendered to will.|
|1749 to 1750|
Edward Funnell eldest son of Edward Funnell youngest brother of SF admit by will and mortgage William Wood of Fletching yeoman £21. 1750 surrendered to William Wood.
|1750 to 1785|
William Wood of Fletching yeoman admit on 3rd proc, fine £3, £1 only paid now. 1766 surrendered to will. 1785 deceased. Thomas Wood eldest son.
|1785 to 1817||James Wood son admit by will and surrendered to will. 1817 deceased.|
|1817 to 1818|
Elizabeth Wood widow admit by probate and surrendered to will. 1818 surrendered to Jane Wood. 1824 deceased in occupation Edward Holmes, John Winn and John Ellis. By will to son James Wood.
|1824 to 1827|
James Wood miller eldest son admit. 1827 surrendered to John Hobden £200.
|1827 to 1870|
John Hobden of Lewes carpenter admit. 1870 deceased, then gent of 2 Waterloo Place Lewes. 1872 exors surrendered to Spencer Maryon Wilson £200, late or now occupier Edward Feldwick.
|1840||Tithe map nos. 646/9 – 1.1.24 acre.|
|1872 to 1909||Spencer Maryon Wilson of Searles Fletching admit. 1906 enfranchised.|