|Maresfield||Smiths shop||1 acre at Witchcross||Copyhold|
|M73||2/- annual rent; Heriot and fine 2/-.|
|1726 to 1742||Grant Thomas Baker.1742 surrendered WB.|
Where smiths shop stood not enclosed but stumped out other side of road on part stands barn and hogpound.
|1742 to 1755|
William Brook of Hooe yeoman admit,with M72.1746 licence to let 13 years to John Pring,fine 4/4d. 1755 surrendered WB.
|1756 to 1776||William Barnard the younger of Ringmer admit,with M72 1776 surrendered JN.|
|1776 to 1814|
John Newnham Esq of Maresfeild admit by William Wheeler attorney,with M72.1779 surrendered to uses.1814 deceased.
|1816 to 1817|
Lucy Wood admit by will on 3rd proc,attorney Richard Fenner with M72.1817 William Wheeler attorney surrendered RJ £15.
|1817 to 1832|
Richard Jenner of Maresfeild gent admit with M72.1832 surrendered TW £50.
|1832 to 1839|
Thomas Wood of Lewes common brewer admit by attorney Robert Edwards,with M72,89.1839 deceased.
|1840||Tithe pt.nos.M137/142 — 3.0.39 acres with M72,89.EG1/6.|
|1840 to 1867|
George Wood,Alfred Wood,Edward Monk and Arthur Rennie Briggs exors admit by attorney Thomas Huson on 2nd proc,with M72,89.1867 surrendered JM £50.
2.0.23 acres Maresfeild,1.2.05 acres East Grinstead,with M89.West side of main road.
|1867 to 1872||John Mortimer Esq of Pippingford Park admit,with M72,89.1872 deceased.|
|1872 to 1878|
Keith Mortimer Esq of 3 Dorset Gardens Brighton only brother admit,with M72,89.1878 deceased. 1883 trustees surrendered LEAS £550.
|1883 to 1884||Dame Louisa Elizabeth Anne Shelley admit,with M89.1884 enfranchised.|