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51 *Father Samuel Root a dairyman. 1881 census index for Steatham, SRY age 58 a
wid. name Sarah Merridew living with son William 
ROOT, Sarah (I3193)
 
52 *Father Stephen shown as deceased on her marriage in 1874. RYDE, Harriett Mary (I3319)
 
53 *First husband killed in a car crash they had 2 children.Known as Joey.
*Lowe is her first husband's name. Children Peter Walker Lowe & Derek Malcom
*Lowe (Perhaps Walker is her maiden name).Also names Mrs Elsie Davies and her
*sister Mrs Abrahm of Swansea in her will proved 3 Mar 1972 Bristol 
LOWE, Jessie (I3127)
 
54 *Had a brother Richard Street of Dorrington, Sussex who had four children
*William,Richard,Thomas & Mary all named in her husbands will dated 1775 and
*proved 1776 in Sussex.Also named in the will William Street of Kingston by
*the Sea,Sussex husbandman and his children William, Thomas,Richard,George and
*Sarah. Buried as wife of John Meredew
On marriage name shown as Streat. 
STREET, Ann (I365)
 
55 *Have copy of will address at death 19a Station Approach,Hinchley Wood,Esher
*Surrey.Executors his son Peter Victor(418) and Peter's wife Vera Ann.
*Beneficiary to sister Ellen's (400) will in 1966. 
MERREDEW, Ernest William (I3293)
 
56 *Her second marriage, she was widowed in the 1st World War. WOOD, Madge May (I3280)
 
57 *Her will dated 2 Jan 1968 address 25 Moffat Road, Thornton
*Heath.Names her son's Frederick William and Edward J. Names daughter in law
*Lillian Merredew (wife of Frederick) 
HORSCROFT, Caroline (I3081)
 
58 *In 1851 Frances together with sister Emma still living with mother in Broads
*Green, Croydon. Still at same address 1861 & 1871 and unmarried and living
*with sister Emma. Age 69 at death. 
MERREDEW, Frances Mary (I3187)
 
59 *In will proved 1972 names niece Vera Margaret Vening, Elizabeth Dorothy Lang
*& Louisa Eleanor Williams. She requests to buried in the grave at Wallasey
*with her husband and mother. 
MILLER, Louisa Sarah (I3242)
 
60 *Jesse & Ann had 10 children Elizabeth Ann,Mary Jane,Emma, John, Edward,James
*Samuel and Alice. 
YOUNG, Jesse (I422)
 
61 *Known as Jack.Date of death from will indexes. Second marriage in 1926 to
*Madge(sometimes called May)Woods a widow of the 1st world war - no children. 
MERREDEW, Percy John (I3278)
 
62 *Lived Camberly and East Cowes.No issue MERREDEW, Edith Olive (I3276)
 
63 *Lived in Jersey then New Zealand MERREDEW, William Norris (I13)
 
64 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3088)
 
65 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3283)
 
66 *Named in grandmother's will Sarah (336) in 1889. HARRIS, Allan (I334)
 
67 *Named in probate index's on mother's death in 1951. Address on probate
*26 Queens Road, Littlestone on Sea,Romney Marsh,Kent. 
MERREDEW, Doris Ena (I3058)
 
68 *Not with family in 1851 census who where living in Marylebone. MERRIDEW, Emma Caroline (I3108)
 
69 *On 1851 Croydon census shown from Keston, Kent but later census's shown from
*Croydon.Age 89 on death. 
MILLER, Rhoda (I2867)
 
70 *On marriage a bac. of Netheravon by banns MUNDAY, Henry (I545)
 
71 *Poss. married 1861/1 Lewisham 1d 729 MERREDEW, Sarah Ann (I370)
 
72 *Poss. married March Q 1860 Shoreditch to Walter Southey at St. John the Bap.
*Shoreditch.(from IGI) 
MEREDEW, Elizabeth Mary (I64)
 
73 *Poss. that James has a previous marriage. There is a James and Lucy in
*Mitcham who had two children Elizabeth Anne bp.27.6.1824 and William baptised
*27.6.1827. 1851 census for Croydon age 54 at 17 Union St. 
OLIVER, James (I3257)
 
74 *Twin ?to Ruth both died in infancy don't think they are twins , perhaps twin to Elizabeth, Samuel not on 1901 census. MERIDEW, Samuel (I395)
 
75 *Twin of Edmund MERREDEW, Richard (I3190)
 
76 *Twin of Richard MERREDEW, Edmund (I3189)
 
77 *Twin to Samuel both died in infancy.(doesn't seem to be a twin EH Feb 1999) MERIDEW, Ruth (I394)
 
78 *When quite young went to India as a childrens nurse as a Governess. This
*was at Quetta. She died of heart disease soon after Basil got married. 
MERREDEW, Hilda May (I3118)
 
79 . No marriage found perhaps Datchet c1715. Witness to 3 marriages at Datchet 1754 - 1756
Will made 17 Jul 1758 proved 1 Aug 1759 PCC by son John . Names daus. Sarah Webb, Jane Hetherington, his farm horses and cows to son John of Datchet no wife mentioned so presume dead by this date.
Could be related to William (1500) 
MEREDEW, John (I1207)
 
80 ..."b.o.t.p. by lic A BpL".. - could this be Archbishop of London. FRYER, James (I1621)
 
81 ..."of the Inner Temple London m Anne Meredith of this Parish by Lic Bishop of
London"... 
HIGGS, Francis (I1619)
 
82 Source (S1861)
 
83 Source (S1905)
 
84 1 son and 1 daughter MEREDEW, Mary Ann (I80)
 
85 101/T180
K101/T/180
Ennions Solicitors of Newmarket
Item
Burwell - Plumber's Shop, the Causeway. Lease and Release.
ease and Release of messuage in Burwell on the causeway known as the White Lyon with orchard, close of pasture (in Exning) with dovecot and also a messuage formerly two tenements. 1. Edward Cotsire of Bury St Edmund's, Suffolk, tailor and Elizabeth his wife 2. Robert Bones of Newmarket, Suffolk, brewer . Consideration 60 (Enclosed copy of quitclaim by William Meriden the Elder of Exning, yeoman, Catherine his wife and William his son to Edward Cotsire and Elizabeth his wife, 29 November 1734)
21 - 22 September 1741  
MERIDEW, William (I2247)
 
86 1258-1303 in the reign of Henry iii. One of the recorded inhabitants of
Salisbury Hall, London Colney near St.Albans, Herts (previously known a Shenley
Manor) was 1258-1303 was Walter de Meriden (Munden)

In 1277 it was found that Adam de Stratton,Chief Baron of the Exchequer and
Wlater de Mereden were lords of the manor. in the year 1290 Adam de Stratton
was attained, fined and imprisoned and this and his other estates were
forfeited to the Crown. This info from History of Hertforshire VOL3 page 308.

Also from same book Vol2 page 266 "In 1258 adam son of Stephen de Somery
conveyed to Wlater de Meriden (or MUNDEN) and Muriel his wife and the heirs of
Muriel, two and a half carucates of land in Shenley."
Wlater de Meriden left a daughter Margaret who died before April 1289 leaving
an heir. This heir was possibly Thomas de Muskham who held the manor in 1303.

Also fomthe same bood Vol2 page 272 "In 1271 Walter de Munden, William de la
Lee and John De Wethamsted presented to this chapel of Titburst on the parish
of Shenley, and early in the 14th century Thomas Muskam, Rodger Salmon &
Matthew de Wethamsted presented to the chapel of the Blessed Mary in Shenley.

See also references to Rodger de Meriden) & Families of Munden Manor. 
de MERIDEN, Walter (I1721)
 
87 1474 John Meridewe PROB 11/6
In the name of God, Amen, On Sunday, that is to say, the 4th day of the month of Sept. in the 1474 year of our Lord,
I John Merydewe of Wisbech, being of healthy mind and good memory, make my testament and last will in this manner.
First I leave my sould to almightly God, to the blessed virgin Mary, and to all the Saints, And my to be buried in the churchyard of the church of the Apostles Peter and Paul At Wisbech aforesaid.
Item in the name of my mortuary I leave my best beast.
Item I leave to the high altar of the said Church for my tithes and oblations forgotten, and other defaults , 12d.
Item I leave to the fabric of the said church 6s 8d.
Item I leave to the lights of the Holy trinity, the Blessed Mary, the lamps in the high chancel, and that of St John the Baptist in the same place to each of them 6d.
Item I leave to the lights of St Peter, Etheldred, the High Cross and Thomas the Martyr, to each of them 3d.
To all other lights in the same place , indeed, I leave to each of them 2d.
Item I leave to the fabric of the church of Elm 3s 4d.
Item I will that Alice my wife should have my principle messuage for the term of her life.

Item I will that the same Alice my wife should have 20 acres of land, with its appurtenances, lying separately in the town of Wishbech, whereof five acres called Smokesland lie in Oldefeld, 2 acres lie in Thirlond near Thirlond Lane, five acres lie in Oldefield by the land of Geoffrey Rovay on the northern side, and 8 acres of land lie at Bolnest Bridge between the lands of John Elwyn on both sides.
To have and to hold to her for the term of her life so long as she keeps herself single and unmarried.
And if it should happen her to be married, then I will that she should have but ten acres of the said land for the term of her life, and the other ten acres, I will that they should be let to farm, to keep my anniversary annually with the money to be taken therefrom, and to perform my legacies.
And after the decease of my said wife , I will that thereupon the aforesaid messuage and twenty acres of land, with its buildings and appurtenances, should be sold.

1474 John Meridew cont/-
Item I will that 13 acres of land lying at new Rowes Ende, 4 acres of land lying at Grown Bridge called Londons, and 2 acres lying in Oldefeld by the Viccares Werdes should be sold by my executors to perform my legacies.
Item two cottages, with their buildings and appurtenances, lying by my principal messuage, I will that the said Alice my wife should have for the term of her life, if it is possible for tem to be saved, my debts paid and legacies performed, otherwise I will that they should be sold to pay my debts my debts and to perform my legacies.
Item I will that the empty land in Timbermarket, by the messuage of Simon Edward, should be sold by my executors.
Item I will that the said Alice my wife should have 4 horses, 2 cows, my mare and my carts and ploughs with all the apparatus belonging to them.
Item I will that the 2 colts should be sold.
Item I will that John Godwin should have one mare.
Item I will that my said wife should have grain sufficient to find her and her sons throughout one year after my decease.
Item I will that all my aforesaid lands before assigned to my wife should be sown this year at my cost, and I will that all the year's produce coming therefrom should be divided equally between me and the said Alice my wife.
Item I will that the Guild of Saint John the Baptist at Wisbech should have my best brass bowl.
Item I will that the said Alice my wife should have all my utensils and necessities being within the mansion.
Item I will that the money to be taken from the sale of the aforesaid messuage and 20 acres of land after the decease of the said Alice my wife should be disposed of in the salary of a priest to celebrate divine services in the aforesaid church of St Peter, at the altar of Saint John the Baptist, and I will that there shall be a certain stone roof around the cross in the New Market at Wisbech, and the statues in the same place should be decorated and newly repaired.
The residue, indeed, of all my goods neither above bequeathed nor specially nominated, I assign and commit to the disposition of the aforesaid Alice my wife, John Thormer and Richard Lathe, whom I make and constitute to be my faithful executors of this my testament and last will, to dispose for my soul just as may seem best to tem to please God, and to expedite the health of my soul.
And I leave to the aforenamed John Thormer and Richard Lathe, for their labours, to each of them 6s 8d of good money of England.
In witness whereof I have affixed my seal to these presents.
These being witnesses, William Gybbe, perpetual vicar of the church of Wisbech, Geoffrey Rovay, Geoffrey Hunt and others.
Given on the day, month and year of Lord abovesaid
Probate John Meridewe 1474
The present testament was proved at Knoll on the eleventh day of the month of October in the 1474 year of our Lord and approved etc,
And administration of the goods etc was committed to the executors named in the testament, in the person of Master William Dak, proctor etc,
He being sworn etc, in due form of law, well to administer etc, and [to exhibit] a full inventory of the goods and debits etc, and indeed [to render] a plain account etc.

Records created, acquired, and inherited by Chancery, and also of the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions
Division within C Records of Equity Side: the Six Clerks
C 1 Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office: Early Proceedings, Richard II to Philip and Mary
C 1/15 Chancery pleadings addressed to the Archbishop of Canterbury as Lord Chancellor.
Record Summary
Scope and content John Merden and Alice his wife, late the wife of Thomas Cleve. v. Robert Clerk, Thomas Atkyn, Robert Bate, and other feoffees of the said Thomas Cleve.: Lands purchased by the said Thomas of Stephen Abourne in Goudhurst (Goodcherst).: Kent.
Covering dates 1443-1450, possibly 1455-1456
Held by The National Archives, Kew
Legal status Public Record(s)
 
MERIDEWE, John (I2684)
 
88 1561 Will of Edward Merydyn of Elstree - Ref A 25/502 at Hertford Record
Office 
MERYDYN, Edward (I1706)
 
89 1577 - Will at Herts Record Office MERION, Thomas (I1595)
 
90 1584 Will at Herts Record Office MERYDEN, Robert (I1742)
 
91 1619 Will at Herts Record Office MERRIDEN, William (I1746)
 
92 1660 Merriden Richard son of Philip, Battlefield, Shropshire, yeoman to William Clifton, 2 Oct 1660, Vintners' Company MERRIDEN, Richard (I1502)
 
93 1667 Merriden Robert son of Philip, Battlefield, Shropshire, gentleman to Richard Change, 4 Jun 1667, Vintners' Company MERRIDEN, Robert (I3810)
 
94 1745 May 27 John Merydale, Apothecary, Lincoln Inn Lane, St Andrew, Holborn, MDX PROB 11/740.
Leaves to his cousin Thomas Cleaver his watch and wish that it was in his power to leave his estate near Ruslip which he had been obliged to dispose of to Edward Bowles of Bartletts Buildings, Holborn , Gentleman all his books (except his shop books in trade) and his ring all residual estate to his wife. Also mentions the unkind treatment of his wife's late father Cornelius Heath. Edward Bowles and his wife [still not named] made executors made 6 Nov 1738. Proved by Elizabeth Merydale widow and relict

COPY OF COURT ROLL ACC/85/591 4 MAY 1675 These documents are held at LMA Swakeley's Estate, Ickenham.
Contents: Parties
1. John FEARNE To
2. John MERRYDALE of St Giles in the Fields.
A close of meadow called Snapes near Wellgreene
Eastcote, parish of Ruislip

Copy of the Court Roll (surrender & admission) ACC/85/176 4 May 1675 Swakeley's Estate, Ickenham. These documents are held at LMA
Contents: Parties:
1. John FEARNE
2. John MERRYDALE of St Giles in the Fields.
A Reversion under the will of Susanne FEARNE of a messuage & two closes of meadow (4 acres) in Wellgreene. Parish of Ruislip

Surrender and Admission by Copy of Court Roll. ACC/85/163 4 May 1675 Swakeley's Estate, Ickenham. These documents are held at LMA Contents: Parties:
1. John FEARNE
2. John MERRIDALE.
For a messuage in Wellgreene with appurtenances, and two closes of meadow (4 acres).
Parish of Ruislip

Surrender & Admittance to Copyhold land. ACC/85/87 11 June 1689 Swakeley's Estate, Ickenham. These documents are held at LMA Contents: Parties:
1 Mary Browne widow
2 John Merrydale.
1 close of meadow & pasture (2 acres)
Manor of Ruislip.



ABSTRACT OF TITLE. ACC/85/297 1694-1765 These documents are held at LMA Swakeley's Estate, Ickenham.
Contents:
Parties: John MERRIDALE, Henry NICHOLAS, Edward BOWLES, (father & son) Charles BOWLES (father & Son), John GEORGE, Thomas CLARKE (etc).
Drawn up on the proposed sale of the property recited

Indenture of Lease. ACC/85/339 29 AUG 1717 Swakeley's Estate, Ickenham. These documents are held at LMA
Contents: Parties:
1. John MERYDALE of London. Appothecary.
2. Ralph BUGBARD of Ruislip Husbandman.
For 18 years at annual rent of 40 of messuage in Wellgreen 4 closes of meadow (7 acres). 26 field lands in Eastfield; 19 lands in Wellfield; 14 lands in [...] Malpitsfield. Parish of Ruislip

Conditional Surrender of Copyhold land to a mortgage for a year ACC/85/106 18 March 1724 Swakeley's Estate, Ickenham. These documents are held at LMA
Contents: Parties:
1. John Merydale
2. Camelius Heath of Bednall Green Gent.
Lands consist of messuage and farmhouse at Well queene. A close of pasture of 3 acres, 2 perches; Snapes close (2 acres, 2 perches); [...] Poles End close (2 acres) one acre of meadow. Every year meade 44 Selions of arable & pasture.
100 to be paid by 2 of them 1726
Manor of Ruislip.



Authority to enter satisfaction of mortgage ACC/85/105 12 March 1734/5 Swakeley's Estate, Ickenham. These documents are held at LMA
Contents: Parties:
John Merydale and Elizabeth his wife to Mr Lee (Steward of Court)
Estate as in ACC/85/106 repayment of 100
Manor of Ruislip 
MERYDALE, John (I3808)
 
95 1750 Peter Marden Alford, SRY yeoman
Nephew John Marden land a buildings called Spiers in Loxwood, Risborough Green, SSX after his death to Henry Studirk? Clerk of Alford, cousin Richard Longhurst?. Cousin Peter Marden my Godson son of my cousin George Marden of Chiddingfold. The brothers and sisters of the other children of George Marden. Cousins Sarah Blanth? And Elizabeth Longhurst. Sister Mary Sefford? Made 23 Jul 1743 
MARDEN, Peter (I3544)
 
96 1772 Marden Owen, Petersfield, Southampton Butcher [3999]
Land in Petersfield. Son Thomas Marden, son Owen Marden, wife Mary.
Land in Harting, SSX purchased from his brother in law John Morey.
Grandson Owen Marden under 25, granddau Mary Marden under 25,
Made 11 Nov 1771 Proved by his son Thomas Marden on 22 Jul 1772
From Hampshire RO on line
COLLECTION Jolliffe of Petersfield (Lord Hylton)
Level Item FindingNo 21M64/8/15/1 Extent 3 items Title Feoffment of parcel of land, 191 foot by 40 foot, used as garden land to a house in the High Street Date 28 May 1752 Description (With note and bond)
i) Owen Marden of Petersfield, butcher
ii) John Jolliffe of Petersfield, esq



Collection Deeds of Fetherstonhaugh estate in Harting and other parishes


Level Item
CatalogueNo SAS-K/476
Title Deed of feoffment
Date 26 Oct 1741
Description By the said John Morey and Rose his wife to the said Owen Marden - for ?260 - of a messuage, tenement or dwelling house, backside, garden and one close of arable land adjoining containing 2 ac. having the Kings highway E. and W., and a purrock of land of Mr. White's called the Pair Tree purrock, N., and a close of land of Mr. White's and a little meadow plot called Colts Mead, S Also 2 closes of arable land then converted into one close, containing 7 ac Also several closes of meadow and pasture with a fish pond thereto adjoining containing 10 ac., having a field of Richard Searle's called Nells field and a Coppice called Scotts Coppice, E., and a field called the Poors Purrock and another field of Richard Searles called the North Crofts, W., and another of the said Richard Searles called Nells Mead, N., and another field of the said Scotts called East field, S All in East Harting and formerly called Voakes but since Pannells Hole and lately purchased by John Morey of Rephene Pannell, widow Mark of John Morey and signature of Rose Morey and seals Witnesses: to deed and livery of seisin:- Thomas Marden, Tho: Peace


Collection Further records of the Harting Fetherstonhaugh Warren Weaver Feoffee Charity
Series Harting Feoffee Charity

Level Item
CatalogueNo Add Mss 48180
Title Assignment of charity property to new trustees
Date 19 June 1747
Description Between (a) John Cowper of Harting, esq., (b) Guy Putnam, William Aldridge, Richard Luffe and Thomas Hounsome, Churchwardens and Overseers of Harting, and (c) Sir Matthew Fetherstonhaugh of Uppark, bart., Thomas Phipps of Compton, esq., Richard Cowper of Ditcham, esq., John White of Selborne, co. Hants., esq., the Rev. Thomas Durnford of Harting, clerk, Richard Luffe of Harting, gent., John Pay of Harting, yeo., William Russell, yeo., Thomas Russell of Harting, yeo., John Brackshire of Harting, taylor, Thomas Marden of Harting, yeo., and Owen Marden of
Petersfield, co, Hants., butcher

1786 Feb 26 Thomas Marden, Petersfield, gent, to neice Mary Marden residuary legatee Owen Marden ref SAS - k/791

Collection Deeds of Fetherstonhaugh estate in Harting and other parishes

Level Item
CatalogueNo SAS-K/794
Title Lease for a year
Date 6 Feb 1788
Description By Owen Marden of Southwark, co. Surrey, tea dealer (nephew and heir and universal devisee under the Will of Thomas Marden late of Petersfield, grocer and tallow chandler deceased, and grandson and devisee under the Will of Owen Marden late of Petersfield, butcher, deceased and which said Thomas Marden was one of the sons and devisees under the said Will of the said Owen Marden deceased) to Sir Henry Fetherstonhaugh, baronet, of a messuage, tenement or dwellinghouse, barn, stable, garden, backside, gateroom and orchard belonging in the Street and adjoining to the Street of South Harting in Harting on the E. part and lands late of John Caryll, esq. and then of the said Sir Henry Fetherstonhaugh, W., the Smiths shop, gateroom and garden formerly of Thomas Gate, S. and the garden and orchard formerly of Edward Luff and William Luff and then or late of William Luff, N Also a close of arable or pasture land containing 2 ac., bounded with lands formerly of Oliver Whilby, gent. and then or late of Edward Patrick, S. and E., the Glebe lands, N. and the Mill Lane, W And also 2 closes of land called Lawrence Garden and Comb Croft, containing 7 ac. and also all that part of the Foredown containing 3 ac., bounded by the Foredown, S., the king's highway and a messuage formerly of Henry Water and then of the said Sir Henry, S.W., the bank and fence parting the lowest ponds, N. and lands formerly of Thomas Palmer, esq. called the Hampshire, E. which last mentioned were then laid into one close And also one other barn (formerly a messuage) and 2 others closes lying together near the Lawrence Garden pond called Petts containing together 4 ac. And also all that little parcel of land adjoining to Lawrence Garden called Long Garden abutting on Westfield Lane containing ? rood And a close of meadow ground called Hargrave's Weeks Mead containing 1 ac. And a close of meadow called Weeks Mead containing 3 ac. and 1 rood in the Tything of South Harting and East Harting in the occupation of John Pannell All which messuage and premises the said Owen Marden purchased, 28 and 29 September, 1739, of Arthur Pescod of Petersfield, gent. only brother and heir of Richard Pescod late of Harting, yeoman, deceased who was devise under the Will of John Pescod, late of Ryfield in Harting, yeoman, deceased who was eldest son and heir of Nicholas Prescod, deceased (Except as was reserved to Ralph Grey, esq. and the Earl of Tankerville) And also a messuage, tenement or dwellinghouse and a close of arable land belonging containing 2 ac. having the kings highway, E. and W., a purrock of land belonging to the Revd. Gilbert White called the Pear Tree Purrock, N. and a close belonging to the said Gilbert White and a little meadow plot called Colts Mead, S Also 2 close of meadow and pasture with a fishpond thereto adjoining containing in the whole 10 ac. having a field of Richard Searle called Nell's field and a coppice called Scott's Coppice, E. and a field called the Pooles Purrock and another field late of Richard Searle called the North Crofts, W. and another field late of Richard Searle called Nells Mead, N. and another field called East Field, S All the last mentioned premises being in East Harting late in occupation of John Morey and then of William Elma, formerly called Voake's but then Pannells Hole and which the said Owen Marden, deceased purchased 26 October, 1741 of the said John Morey and Rose his wife Signature of lessor and seal Witnesses:- John Wooldridge, Richd. Andrews  
MARDEN, Owen (I3620)
 
97 1776 Meredew John Sussex Jan 28 PCC
John Meredew of Horsham, gentleman (391MER023)
Beneficiaries to the will - cousin William Meredew of Clewer,Berks.,Mary Meredew mother of William. Charles & Thomas as being the two youngest sons of Mary.
William Street,Richard Street,Thomas Street and Mary sons and daughter of John's late wive's brother Richard Street of Dorrington - farmer - deceased.
William,Thomas,Richard,George and Sarah sons and daughter of William Street of Kingston by the sea, Sussex.
Ann wife of Samuel Virgin (she is left his bed)
Noah Keen of Dorrington yeoman and his daughter Ann
William Street of Goring yeoman . William Meredew exec.made 18.1.1775 proved 31.1.1776 
MEREDUE, William (I4294)
 
98 1784 Richard Marden [4001] Harting, SSX PCC 11/119
Yeoman made 4 Nov 1783 proved 24 Jul 1784
Mentions Land called Cliffs in Harting, in the occupation of his Nephew John Marden son of late brother John Marden, dec
John Wild the elder of Harting, John Wild the younger.
John Day son of the late John Day dec.of Harting, yeoman
William Wild another son Mary dau of John Wild the elder
Edward Wild of Harting, husbandman
John Morey, of Portsea, Southampton, butcher & his son Richard Morey and dau Elizabeth Morey and John Morey and Rose Morey another son and dau
Cousin? Judith Day wid
Mary Osmoud wife of Stephen Osmoud of Harting, malster and to their daughter Ann Preston wife of William Preston of Emsworth, Southampton sail maker.
Thomas Marden of Petersfield, Southampton, tallow chandlers
Owen Marden of Petersfield and his sister Mary Marden
Richard Marden Bridger son of William Bridger late of Liss, Southampton yeoman dec.
Catherine Scardfield dau of John Scardfield of Harting, glazier
Mary White dau of Edward White of Harting, tailor
Charles Long son of Charles of Havant, Southampton yeoman
Judith White dau of Henry White of Harting, lab
John Day son of John Day the younger
Maria Day wife of Edward Day of Liss, yeoman
Mary Scardfield dau of (strong?) Thomas Scardfield
John, Mary, Elizabeth and Harriet son and daus of John Scardfield
Edward and Ann son and dau of Edward White of Harting, Tailor
Thomas Scardfield brother of John Scardfield
Sister Jane Scardfield
John Marden, nephew and John Wild the elder executors 
MARDEN, Richard (I3622)
 
99 1786 Feb 26 Thomas Marden, Petersfield, gent, to neice Mary Marden residuary legatee Owen Marden ref SAS - k/791

Collection Deeds of Fetherstonhaugh estate in Harting and other parishes
Level Item CatalogueNo SAS-K/794 Title Lease for a year
Date 6 Feb 1788
Description By Owen Marden of Southwark, co. Surrey, tea dealer (nephew and heir and universal devisee under the Will of Thomas Marden late of Petersfield, grocer and tallow chandler deceased, and grandson and devisee under the Will of Owen Marden late of Petersfield, butcher, deceased and which said Thomas Marden was one of the sons and devisees under the said Will of the said Owen Marden deceased) to Sir Henry Fetherstonhaugh, baronet, of a messuage, tenement or dwellinghouse, barn, stable, garden, backside, gateroom and orchard belonging in the Street and adjoining to the Street of South Harting in Harting on the E. part and lands late of John Caryll, esq. and then of the said Sir Henry Fetherstonhaugh, W., the Smiths shop, gateroom and garden formerly of Thomas Gate, S. and the garden and orchard formerly of Edward Luff and William Luff and then or late of William Luff, N Also a close of arable or pasture land containing 2 ac., bounded with lands formerly of Oliver Whilby, gent. and then or late of Edward Patrick, S. and E., the Glebe lands, N. and the Mill Lane, W And also 2 closes of land called Lawrence Garden and Comb Croft, containing 7 ac. and also all that part of the Foredown containing 3 ac., bounded by the Foredown, S., the king's highway and a messuage formerly of Henry Water and then of the said Sir Henry, S.W., the bank and fence parting the lowest ponds, N. and lands formerly of Thomas Palmer, esq. called the Hampshire, E. which last mentioned were then laid into one close And also one other barn (formerly a messuage) and 2 others closes lying together near the Lawrence Garden pond called Petts containing together 4 ac. And also all that little parcel of land adjoining to Lawrence Garden called Long Garden abutting on Westfield Lane containing ? rood And a close of meadow ground called Hargrave's Weeks Mead containing 1 ac. And a close of meadow called Weeks Mead containing 3 ac. and 1 rood in the Tything of South Harting and East Harting in the occupation of John Pannell All which messuage and premises the said Owen Marden purchased, 28 and 29 September, 1739, of Arthur Pescod of Petersfield, gent. only brother and heir of Richard Pescod late of Harting, yeoman, deceased who was devise under the Will of John Pescod, late of Ryfield in Harting, yeoman, deceased who was eldest son and heir of Nicholas Prescod, deceased (Except as was reserved to Ralph Grey, esq. and the Earl of Tankerville) And also a messuage, tenement or dwellinghouse and a close of arable land belonging containing 2 ac. having the kings highway, E. and W., a purrock of land belonging to the Revd. Gilbert White called the Pear Tree Purrock, N. and a close belonging to the said Gilbert White and a little meadow plot called Colts Mead, S Also 2 close of meadow and pasture with a fishpond thereto adjoining containing in the whole 10 ac. having a field of Richard Searle called Nell's field and a coppice called Scott's Coppice, E. and a field called the Pooles Purrock and another field late of Richard Searle called the North Crofts, W. and another field late of Richard Searle called Nells Mead, N. and another field called East Field, S All the last mentioned premises being in East Harting late in occupation of John Morey and then of William Elma, formerly called Voake's but then Pannells Hole and which the said Owen Marden, deceased purchased 26 October, 1741 of the said John Morey and Rose his wife Signature of lessor and seal Witnesses:- John Wooldridge, Richd. Andrews  
MARDEN, Thomas (I3623)
 
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