Sleyes, Peldon - 1635 Conveyance John Lawrence to John Anger

Document in the deeds of Sleyes, Peldon. It is dated 5 June 1635 and confirms that John Lawrence [Junior] has made an agreement to transfer the property to John Anger [his son-in-law].

The property, part of an estate known as Sleyes, was formerly owned by his father John Lawrence [Senior] and left to his two daughters, Dorkis and Mary Lawrence. Following his sisters' deaths John Lawrence [Junior] is now the lawful heir.

Transcription of SLY_001_011 and SLY_001_012 by Elaine Barker January 2020

1. The Condic[i]on the w[i]thin written obligac[i]on is such That wheras the w[i]thin bounden John Lawrence by his deede
2. of Feoffement bearinge date the Fifte daie of June In the Eleaventh yeere of the Raigne of our Sov[er]eigne Lord
3. Charles by the yeare of God nowe Kinge of England &c[etera]: Annoq[ue] d[omi]ni 1635. (for the Considerac[i]ons therin menc[i]oned)
4. Have given graunted enfeoffed delivered & confirmed unto the w[i]thin named John Anger and his heires for ever
5. One tenement w[i]th An Orchard therunto belonginge & the one halfe of the pond therunto adioyninge scituate
6. lyenge and bee in Peldon w[i]thinwritten as the same p[re]misses then were sev[er]ed enclosed & devided & then in the
7. tenure or occupac[i]on of one John Miller & of his assignee or assignes (w[hi]ch said Tenement orchard & the one
8. halfe of the said pond late were p[ar]te p[ar]cell and member of A certeyne Messuage or Tenement com[m]only called or
9. known by the name of Sleyes scituate lieinge & beinge in Peldon aforesaid: And w[hi]ch said p[re]misses before menc[i]oned
10. to be given and graunted late were of John Lawrence late of Peldon aforesaid Taylor deceased (the late father
11. of the said John Lawrence:) And were by him given and bequeathed unto Dorkis & Marie Lawrence his twoe
12. daughters (and the sisters of the said John Lawrence) & to their heires for ever: And after the deathes or deceases
13. of the said Dorkis & Mary did discend & come unto the w[i]thinbounden John Lawrence as brother & next heire
14. of them the said Dorkis & Mary by right of Inheritance) To have & to hould the said Tenement orchard and
15. the one halfe of the pond therunto adioyninge & by the said deede of Feoffement given & graunted or menc[i]oned ment
16. or intended to bee given & graunted w[i]th all & singuler their app[ur]ten[au]nces unto the said John Anger his heires & assignes
17. To the onelie proper use & behoofe of him the said John Anger & of his heires & assignes absolutelie for ever
18. as in & by the said deede of Feoffement relac[i]on therunto beinge had more fullie & plainely it doth or maie
19. appeare: If therefore the said John Anger his heires & assignes doe shall or lawfully maie from tyme to
20. tyme & at all tymes for ever herafter quietlie & peaceablie have hold occupie posses inherit & enioye the
21. said Tenement orchard & the one halfe of the pond therunto adioyninge w[i]th all & singular their ev[er]y of their
22. app[ur]tennces5 (before mencioned to bee given & graunted) To & for the onelie proper use & behoofe of him the
23. said John Anger his heires & assignes for ever (accordinge to the true intent & meaninge of the said deede of
24. feofement) w[i]thout the lawfull lett denial molestac[i]on disturbance interrupc[i]on evicc[i]on expulc[i]on or contradic[i]on
25. of him the said John Lawrence his heires or assignes or anie of them: or of anie other p[er]son or p[er]sons what=
26. soever nowe haveinge claimeinge or demandinge Or w[hi]ch herafter shall have claime or demande anie lawfull
27. righte title estate dower thirdes or interrest whatsoev[er] of in or to the said Tenement orcharde or the said
28. one halfe of the said pond or of in or to anie p[ar]te or p[ar]cell of them or anie of them. (The rent & services from
29. henceforth to bee due & paieable to the Cheife Lord or Lords of the Fee or Fees of whom the same p[re]misses are
30. houlden onelie excepted & foreprised) That then the w[i]thinwritten obligac[i]on to bee void & of none effect: Or els
31. the same to stand remaine & bee in full force power & vertue./
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 Document dated 5th June 1635 which confirms that John Lawrence [Junior] has made an agreement to transfer the property to John Anger [his son-in-law].
 The property, part of an estate known as Sleyes, was formerly owned by his father John Lawrence [Senior] and left to his two daughters, Dorkis and Mary Lawrence. Following his sisters' deaths John Lawrence [Junior] is now the lawful heir.
 For transcription see <a href=mmresdetails.php?col=MM&ba=cke&typ=ID&pid=SLY_001_101>SLY_001_101 </a>  SLY_001_011SLY_001_011
Document dated 5th June 1635 which confirms that John Lawrence [Junior] has made an agreement to transfer the property to John Anger [his son-in-law].
The property, part of an estate known as Sleyes, was formerly owned by his father John Lawrence [Senior] and left to his two daughters, Dorkis and Mary Lawrence. Following his sisters' deaths John Lawrence [Junior] is now the lawful heir.
For transcription see SLY_001_101
5 June 1635
 Document from Deeds of Sleyes, Peldon.
 Text is in Latin.
  For transcription see <a href=mmresdetails.php?col=MM&ba=cke&typ=ID&pid=SLY_001_101>SLY_001_101 </a>  SLY_001_012SLY_001_012
Document from Deeds of Sleyes, Peldon.
Text is in Latin.

For transcription see SLY_001_101
5 June 1635
ID: SLY_001_101
Source: Mersea Museum