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

Title  
 
Maresfield  
 
Maresfield at Stumbletts Common  
 
Nutley  
 
Fletching  
 
West Hoathly  
 
Hartfield  
 
Withyham  
 
East Grinstead  
 
Buxted  
 
Multi-parish  
 
Information Sources  
 

Estates

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

Maresfield Properties

IdName
M1Le Sonke; 4 acres of assert
M2Inhomes als Beggarswell; 6 acre field within forest
M3Parcel of waste; 3 roods within forest
M4Burchetts, 3 parcels of land; 15 acres
M5Inhomes in Markstreet; 3 acres
M5AInhomes in Markstreet; 30 perches
M6Pricketts hatchegate, cottage; Johane Dynes, 2 acres assart
M73 parcels; 13.25 acres new assart at Horney Common
M8Chapmans; 4 acres assart near Lampool Green
M8ALe Trench; 2 acres
M9Hoogelette, messuage; 7 acres
M9AHugletts Pit; 7 acres
M10Courtehatche; 6 acres
M10ANewlond; 4 acres new assart
M10BNewlond; 6 acres new assart
M11Crouchecrofte; 3 acres at Piltdown Crossroads
M11ACrouchecrofte, 4 cottages; 0.5 acre at Piltdown Crossroads
M13Messuage, garden, and 2 crofts; 5 acres
M15Messuage; 1 acre at Brabies Hatch
M20Tinkers; 4 pieces 11 acres of woodland at Cheynes
M212 tenements, messuage, cottage; 4 acres near Oldlands
M22Whitehouse, messuage, 1 parcel land; 27 acres within the forest
M22AWhitehouse, barn and buildings
M23Cottage; 1/2 acre by the Boringwheel Pond
M24Cottage; 1 rood at Jessops Hill by Tinkers
M25Cottage, small barn, new built; 5 acres by Boreing Whele Pond
M26Oast house, malthouse; 1/2 acre at Pricketts Hatch Green
M27Cottage; 1 rood at Horney Common
M28Cottage; 1/2 rood at Horney Common
M29Cottage; 1/2 rood at Horney Common
M30Cottage; 1/2 acre at Whitehouse Land
M31Cottage & garden; 1 rood at Jessops Hill
M32Land; 190 acres
M32ALand; 10 acres
M32BLand; 14 acres in 3 parcels
M32CLand; 10 acres
M32DLand; 10 acres
M33le Churchwardens; 10 acres
M34le Springwell
M35le Diall field; 4.2.00 acres at Horney Common
M36Messuage and barn; 19. 3. 00 acres
M36ALand; 2.0.28 acres and ( 0.1.32 earlier taken in )
M37Newlodge, messuage and tenement; 30 acres assart within Forest
M38Marlelands, cottage and tenement; 5 acres assart within Forest
M39Cottage adjacent Brownsbrook
M40Clayfields; 10. 2. 00 acres assart within Forest
M40AForest Lodge
M41House lately built; 6 acres assart within Forest
M41ALand; 2.3.30 acres
M42Croft; 3 roods at Jessops Hill
M43Little Amblers, cottage; 4 acres
M43ALittle Amblers; 2 acres
M43A/BLittle Amblers; 20 perches
M44Messuage/tenement; 4 acres at Stubbs Cross
M45Sealeswell; 12 acres at Duddleswell
M46Land; 1 rood south of Clayfields
M47Land; 5 acres
M48Land; 5 acres
M49Cottage and tenement; 4 acres
M50le Stonyland; 15 acres
M50Ale Stonyland; 5 acres
M50Ble Stonyland; 5 acres
M51Land; 7 .1. 00. acres at Copthall
M52Land; 1 . 0. 08 acres at Brabies Hatch
M52ALand; 1/2 acre by Kenwards house
M52A/ALand; 3.07 acres
M53Cottage; 0. 2. 29 acre top of Cackle Street
M54Cottage; 1/2 acre at Horney Common
M55Land; 33 acres
M55ALand; 2 acres
M56Land; 2.2.36 acres
M59Land; 18. 2. 48 acres at Duddleswell
M59ALand; 5. 2. 48 acres adj Marlelands
M60Land; 1/2 acre at Fairwarp
M63Cottage; 1/2 acre at Dodds Hill
M65Hopgarden; 1 acre by Oldlands
M66Malthouse; 0. 0. 20 acre
M68Messuage; 1 acre will be Whitehouse
M70Land; 12. 0. 28 acres at Duddleswell
M70ALand; 11 rods acres at Duddleswell
M72Witchcross
M73Smiths shop; 1 acre at Witchcross
M75Land; 25 acres at Duddleswell
M76The Boringwheel Pond; 5 acres
M77Land; 0.5 acre at Brabies Hatch
M79Land; Several pieces 2 acres below Misborne
M80Workhouse; 4 acres
M81Land; 4 acres south of Marles
M82Water corn mill; 40 rods by Boringwheel pond
M83Cottage; 2.2.00 acres
M84Land; 2 acres opposite Fords Green
M85Land; 2 acres at Whitehouse Common
M86Land; 1 acre at Whitehouse Common
M87Cottage and buildings; 1 acre by Boringwheel
M88Land; 4 acres around Workhouse
M89Wych Cross road; 30 perches
M90Duddleswell 3 cottages; 2.1. 09 acres, 1. 3. 09 acres, and 0.0. 33 acres
M90ADuddleswell cottage; triangular piece 0.0.33 acre
M90BDuddleswell seed plot and old cottage; 0.0.14 acre
M90CDuddleswell cottage; 0.0.20 acre
M90DLand at Duddleswell; 4.1.33 acres
M91Fairwarp cottage; 2.2.00 acres
M91AFairwarp Oak Cottage
M92Cottage; 0.1.16 acres
M92A3 cottages; 0.1.16 acres
M93Forge Bank cottage, barn and lodges; 2.3.05 acres
M94Messuage and buildings; 0.3.00 acre
M94ACottage erected by Samuel Fox younger; 0.2.01 acre
M95Cottage and bulidings near Spring Gardens; 2 acres
M96Cottage and buildings in Fairwarp; 0.3.00 acre
M96ACottage in Fairwarp; 0.1.24 acre
M96A/AGrocers shop, bakehouse, messuage and shop in Fairwarp
M97Land; 4.0.00 acres near Duddleswell Gate
M98Nursery; 1.2.22 acres, Tithe no. 808/9; 1.2.27 acre,late nursery garden.
M98ALand; 1.1.27 acres
M99Land; 1.3.18 acres. Tithe nos. 858/62
M100Cottage, brick kilns and brick sheds; 1.2.00 acres
M100AWhitehouse Cottages ( 2 ); 1.2.14 acres
M101Land; 1.2.00 acres
M102Land; 1.2.00 acres near Duddleswell Gate
 
MaresfieldParcel of waste3 roods within forestCopyhold
M32d annual rent

1541 to 1564Richard and Joan Hooke.
1564
Thomas Normans Inhomes S, Richard Hooke N, Headland to Whelershatche E, Vanehatche W.
1611 to 1631
Before 1611 Richard Slatterford mortgage John Tye £65
1631 mortgage William Smith £64.
1631 surrendered to William Smith £192.
1631 to 16401631 William Smith admit.
1640 deceased, heriot gelding.
1636Tenement, barn
1640 to 1648
1640 William Smith's son admit, relief 2/-.
1648 surrendered to Nicholas Hesman but remains tenant.
1648 to 1658
1648 Nicholas Hesman admit, fine £4.
1663 occupier John Mason surrendered to William Pagden.
1663 to 1666
1663 William Pagden butcher admit, fine £4.
1666 surrendered to Philip Stocker.
1666 to 1675
1666 Phillip Stocker admit, fine cum heriot £6.
1675 deceased, heriot cow compo 40/- .
1675Messuage/tenement Copthall, Inhomes & Beggarswell 7 acres.
before 1697before 1697 Marie Stocker deceased.
1697 to 1704
1697 John Stocker son admit, relief 2/2d and surrendered to uses.
1704 deceased, heriot steer £4 sold to Anne Stocker for £3/5/- .
1705 to 1714
1705 Nathaniel Pryor admit by will on 3rd proc, fine £6/10/-.
1714 surrendered to Robert Billings
1714 to 1740
1714 Robert Billings of Maresfeild farmer admit on 2nd proc, fine £6/10/-, with 7 .1. 00. acres at Copthall.
1715 surrendered to uses.
1740 surrendered to Christopher Cripps, heriot er Cripps, heriot £4/4/- .
1740 to 1763
1740 Christopher Cripps of Maresfeild bricklayer admit, fine £6/6/- with 7 .1. 00. acres at Copthall.
1759 licence to let 13 years with 7 .1. 00. acres at Copthall, fine 4/4d.
1762 father deceased.
1763 son deceased, heriot hog compo 5/-.
1763 to 1769
1763 Thomas Cripps only son admit with 7 .1. 00. acres at Copthall.
1769 surrendered to George Page.
1769 to 1806
1769 George Page of Maresfeild farmer admit, with 7 .1. 00. acres at Copthall, fine £6/10/-.
1806 deceased, heriot heifer compo £8.
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1806 to 1857
1806 John Page youngest son admit by probate, fine £2 and surrendered to will with 7 .1. 00. acres at Copthall.
1857 deceased.
1840
Tithe map nos. 1267/73 17.2.? acres with 4 acres south of Marles.
1857 to 1858
1857 Thomas Page of Maresfeild yeoman admit by will, fine £18. with 7 .1. 00. acres at Copthall.
1858 deceased, heriot horse compo £10/13/4d
10/13/4d
1858
1858 Harriet Page aged 4 eldest daughter admit, mother Frances guardian, fine 2/6d with 7 .1. 00. acres at Copthall, 1.2.00 acres.>1.2.00 acres.
1878 Henry Pilbeam late railway signalman and wife Harriett Elizabeth mortgage Henry Deighton Weston of Lewes painter £300, with 7 .1. 00. acres at Copthall and 1.2.00 acres.
1878 another £100.
1884 satis.
1858
1858 Harriet Page aged 4 eldest daughter admit, mother Frances guardian, fine 2/6d with 7 .1. 00. acres at Copthall, 1.2.00 acres.>1.2.00 acres.
1878 Henry Pilbeam late railway signalman and wife Harriett Elizabeth mortgage Henry Deighton Weston of Lewes painter £300, with 7 .1. 00. acres at Copthall and 1.2.00 acres.
1878 another £100.
1884 satis.
1884Enfranchised.

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