Index of deeds and documents regarding JC Larter's land at Framlingham

Framlingham-related notes written 22-23 May 2017 by Bob Briscoe
Including abbreviated transcriptions and photos of selected documents.

Bag 11

Index card
39 Items
Mill Mount and Old Way; Framlingham Land
House and Lands at Framlingham belonging to JC Larter

OS no.
Area [ac]
Field name history
374
4.972 C19: Mill Mount; 1972- Hatchers pt
402
4.517
1972+ Hatchers (NE pt)
403
3.373
1972+ Hatchers (SW pt)
258
1.641
pre-1961: Southern corner opp 45-49 Sax Rd; 1972-: Fram Corner pt
300
1.164
C19: Orchard & bldgs opp Mill Inn; 1972-: Fram Corner pt
303
3.377
pre-1961: Mid strip opp 45-49 Sax Rd; 1972-: Fram Corner pt
304
1.634
pre-1961: Corner betw Coldhall La & Sax Rd; 1972-: Fram Corner pt
302(pt)
0.100
C19 Mill Inn; C20-C21 49 Sax Rd

Note added 24 Nov 1993
Land referred to contains 9ac and extends from Badingham Road to Mill Mount.
Virtually N of Pageant Field
Tithe map (1839 OS no)
Field name
668
Mill Mount
667
Upper Haynings
666
1st Further Road Field
665
Further Road Field

S
?Rosa Hawes
N
Robert Hill
E
Richard Golty
W
Badingham Rd

Initially it may have been land up to Wren's Park, i.e. 630 on the tithe map
In 1801 William Titshall built a mill on ' land and sold this mill to Robert Smyth.
William Titshall kept the cottages and garden and later sold this part to Joseph Smyth
This land was further divided.
[No more time - kicked out of solicitors for the evening]
J Snell sells to Edward Harrison

Conveyances
10 Oct 1921

1921-10-10 Hatchers Mill Mount Cover 1921-10-10 Hatchers Mill Mount p1 1921-10-10 Hatchers Mill Mount p2 incl map 1921-10-10 Hatchers Mill Mount p3

Mr James Oxborrow Snell Administrator and heir at law of Mrs MAM Snell dec'd
to
Mr Isaac Larter in trust for Mr John Clayton Larter
Whereas  Mary Ann Martha Snell (then the wife of James Snell) at Bruisyard on 12 Jul 1916 died intestate.
Incl. map of OS no's 374, 402, 403
A pasture of 7a 3r 5p lying and being together
E
between the way leading from Wren's Park towards Framlingham Street
W
lands of Thomas Newson
S
pt: abutting the lands of Robert Hawes Gentleman

pt: the lands of Philips Capon
N
the lands of Robert Stebbing Gentleman

Bag 12

Same land as Bag 11

Conveyance
14 Mar 1968

1968-03-14 Fram Corner Isaac Larter - Jack Larter map

1) The Existing Trustee, Isaac Larter
2) The New Trustee, Fred Seggons
3) The Beneficiary, John Clayton Larter
10 Oct 1921 The land in the 1st Schedule was sold by James Snell to party (1) in trust for (3)
10 Oct 1921 The land in the 2nd Schedule was sold by James Snell to party (1) in trust for (3)
1926 JC Larter because 21 years of age
1st Schedule
OS no.
Area [ac]
258
)
300
)
303
> 7.916
304
)
302(pt)
)

2nd Schedule
OS no.
Area [ac]
374
)
402
> 12.862
403
)

Conveyance
10 Oct 1921
James Snell dec'd to Isaac Larter in trust for John Clayton Larter
OS no.
Field name
300
Orchard & bldgs opp [presumed Mill Inn]
303, 304, 258
Remainder of [Fram Corner]
302(pt)
[presumed Mill Inn]

Conveyance
13 Oct 1908
Executors of Mr Edward Harrison to Mr James Snell
1908 Abstract of Title
1908 Requisition of Title
Mr Harrison's Trustees
For Sale by Auction
20 Jun 1908
Conveyance
2 Feb 1884
Mr Joseph Smith to Mr Edward Harrison

Lots 1 & 2 of 13 for Sale at Auction
11 Jul 1874

1874-07-11 Fram Auction 1874-07-11 Fram Auction. Lot 1: Mill Mount; Lot 2: Old Way 1874-07-11 Fram Auction. Lot 3: Cold Hall

Also shown: Cold Hall for sale as Lot 3 in same auction.

Bag 13

Documents relating to Little Haynings, Framlingham

George Edwards Jaeffreson
7 Mar 1881

Abstract of Title to Freehold and Mill Property in Framlingham, Suffolk
1867-1879:
Continuation of Abstract of Title to a Messe and Wind Mill &c in Framlingham
1847-1869:
- except the said cottage so excepted out of the said Indentures of the 18th and 19th April 1814 as thereinbefore mentioned

Copyhold Meadow called Haynings
13 Nov 1866
Jonathan Hart and Edward Cavell Esq to George Edwards Jeaffreson Esq Surgeon
{1 late of William Edwards and now Edgar Waller Edwards

Admission of George Edwards Jeaffreson Esq under a Bargain and Sale
from the trustees of WIlliam Jeaffreson Esq dec'd
1864

Admission of William Jeaffreson Esq in remainder after the death of Caroline Jeaffreson
26 Oct 1861

Conveyance of property in Framlingham and Assignment of a Wind Mill
Mr John Smyth and others to Mr WIlliam Cupper
2 Sep 1847

Admission of Mrs Caroline Jaeffreson for life
5 Oct 1838
Little Haynings c 2.5ac
E
abutting upon the way leading from Haynings Knowl to Wren's Park
S
pt. upon the land of John Smith

pt. upon land heretofore of James Shedd since of Pleasance Hurren and now or later of John Kinnett
W
upon the other part of Little Haynings belonging to William Edwards
N
upon land called Millmount copyhold of this Manor formerly Bucke's and now of George Edwards
Subject nevertheless to a right of way and passage for horses carts cattle and carriages through over and upon the said piece or parcels of land for the said William Edwards his heirs and assigns to and from the said other part of Little Haynings

to which premises the said Caroline Jeaffreson was admitted tenant under the Will of her father George Edwards ... 1837

13 Oct 1837

Bag 14

Little Haynings Conveyance
26 Oct 1961
Isaac Larter to John Clayton Larter

1961-10-26 Little Haynings Isaac Larter - Jack Larter cover 1961-10-26 Little Haynings Isaac Larter - Jack Larter p1 1961-10-26 Little Haynings Isaac Larter - Jack Larter p2 1961-10-26 Little Haynings Isaac Larter - Jack Larter map

1961 Abstract of Title
Land Registry Certificate
Conveyance JW Rodwell Esq to Isaac Larter
30 May 1922
Deed of Enfranchisement
18 May 1922
Lords of Manor to Thomas W Rodwell
Conveyance EW Edwards Esq to J W Rodwell
17 Nov 1892
Mr Thomas William Rodwell on the absolute surrender of Mr Edgar Waller Edwards
17 Nov 1892
Bargain and Sale and Deed of Covenant
16 Jul 1888
George Octavius Edwards to Thomas William Rodwell
Abstract of Title
1888
Power of Attorney to surrender copyholds
19 Mar 1879
by Edgar Waller Edwards
Admission of Edgar Waller Edwards as youngest son and heir of William Edwards Esq dec'd
24 Jun 1862
Admission of William Edwards
13 Oct 1837
Copy of the Admission of Mr George Edwards
17 Oct 1797

Bag 15

Freehold of Old Way Pieces

OS no.
Area [ac]
Field name history
351
1.742
)
376
2.113
) Old Way Pieces
377
4.254
) or Read's Meadows
378
1.869
)

Conveyance
29 Jul 1954
Charity of Elizabeth and Dorothy Rous to Isaac Larter
Charity Commissioners Authority to sell real estate for £600 within 1 year
30 Apr 1954
Transferred tenancy to Isaac Larter as of 11 Oct 1939.
25 Sep 1939,
Previously in the occupation of Jonathan Boon Read.

Bag 16

Part of Old Way Land, Framlingham
Abstract of Title. Conveyance from Isaac Larter to John Clayton Larter in fee simple (£100)
19 Aug 1964

1964-08-19 Old Way Land Isaac Larter - Jack Larter

OS no.
Area [ac]
Field name history
375
0.959 C19: Part of Old Way Land; 1972- Hatchers pt


Bag 19

Miscellaneous Historical Deeds

A Schedule copied onto heat sensitive paper that has nearly faded away

Undated Schedule Garrett, Richard

In witness whereof the said parties to these presents have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year last above written
The schedule hereuntofore referred to
No on
Ordnance
Map
Description
arable
pasture


a
r
p
a
r
p
292
Double Cottage and orchard




3
6
282
Fram Meadow
5
0
19



283
Homestead M




2
19
284
Little Barn Meadow



2
0
25
281
FARM buildings




1
28
288
STACKYARD




2
23
289
Saturns Meadow



4
0
34
290
  ditto



2
1
15
329
Part of Great Seamans



1
2
37
348
The Lower Grimes and  "                )







Neathouse Meadow                        )
12
3
20



380
Pond





16
381
Little Seamans
7
2
32



382
Upper Grimes and Brook Meadow
15
0
11



375
Part Great Wrens Park




3
33
379
Little Wrens Park & Great Seamans
12
3
27



376
Remainder Great Wrens Park







.... Wrens Park
10
?









3
3
36

[This part faded beyond legibility]



?
1
27





?
1
23









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???? a Richard
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Seaman
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Richard Garret
by Edward Charles ?????
   his Attorney


Deed of Enfranchisement
(not currently in Bag 19)
16 May 1923

1923-05-16 Hannings Copyhold Enfranchisement Lunham cover 1923-05-16 Hannings Copyhold Enfranchisement Lunham p1 1923-05-16 Hannings Copyhold Enfranchisement Lunham p2 1923-05-16 Hannings Copyhold Enfranchisement Lunham p3

from the Lords of the Manor of Framlingham at the Castle to Mrs Myrtle Kalinka Carrie Honor Lunham
Wife of Oswald H Lunham of The Knoll, Cowichan, Vancouver Island, British Columbia
For £122 9s 8d

The Schedule - First Part (copyhold hereditaments parcel of the said Manor) [26ac in total according to the Admission of 1922]

All that one piece of pasture (c.8ac) part of one Close containing c.14ac late of the demesnes of this Manor and called Hannings lying at Whatling Went between:
W
pt: the freehold lands formerly of Edward Nuttall (also called Hannings) afterwards of Robert Hawes and then of Robert List

pt: the lands heretofore of Robert Chambers called Pens Meadow
E
the residue of the said 14ac called Hannings (formerly of John Ropkins)
N
abutting upon copyhold lands of this Manor called Hale Field
S
pt: [abutting] upon freehold land hertofore of Thomas Nuttall called Hannings

pt: the copyhold lands hertofore of Thomas Saverne and late of said Robert List

pt: the highway leading from Framlingham to Cransford

And also one piece of land upon which a tenement was heretofore built but is now wasted lying in the aforesaid Close called Hannings (c.1r) near the Highway there

And also a parcel of land lying at the end of an orchard belonging to a messuage formerly of the said Robert List and afterwards of George Edwards (half a rood)

And also all those three pieces or parcels of land or pasture called Hale Fields or by whatsoever other name or names the same be called or known (c.15ac) with all and singular the appurtenances lying together in Framlingham aforesaid between

E
of Richard Golty Clerk called Mill Mount
W
the highway
S
abutting upon lands heretofore of Thomas Kett called Hannings

And also one piece of land of the tenement Cresses (c.3ac) heretofore of William England lying in a close called the Lyon Close in Framlingham

And also all those four several pieces of land late parcel of the Waste of the said Manor lying in Framlingham ...
the first piece (c.30p) abutteth
W
upon the Highway Leading to Badingham
E
land formerly of John Stanford

ending in points at the N and S ends
the second piece (1r 20p) abutteth
NW
upon the said Highway
E or SE
land formerly of the said John Stanford
N or NE
upon land granted to William Folkard

ending in a point towards the SW
the third piece (c.6p) abutteth
W
land formerly of the said John Stanford
S
upon land granted to George Edwards
E
upon the said Highway
N
upon the next described piece of land
the fourth piece (c.36p)
N
land formerly of the said John Stanford
E
Waste land of the said Manor
S
upon the Highway leading to Saxmundham
W
ending in a point

The Schedule - Second Part (freehold of the said Manor liable to free rents (and other Manorial incidents)) [c.9ac in total according to the Admission of 1922]

A certain piece of land lying in a close called Hannings heretofore Hawes and also contain other lands heretofore Strutts and Alexandas formerly of Robert List and afterwards of Jane his Widow

And also a freehold cottage now wasted in Hannings late Robert Hawes

all which premises were late the estate of the said Wingfield Alexander Stanford deceased.

The Admission of Mrs Myrtle Kalinka Carrie Honor Lunham under the Will of Mr Wingfield Alexander Stanford after the death of Mrs Amy Brooke.
(not currently in Bag 19)
18 Nov 1922

1922-11-18 Pound  Farm Copyhold Admission Lunham cover 1922-11-18 Pound  Farm Copyhold Admission Lunham p1 1922-11-18 Pound  Farm Copyhold Admission Lunham p2 1922-11-18 Pound  Farm Copyhold Admission Lunham p3 1922-11-18 Pound  Farm Copyhold Admission Lunham p4

Whereas Wingfield Alexander Stanford formerly a copyhold or customary tenant of this Manor died 14 May 1895 having by his Will date 29 Mar 1895 and proved on 18 Jun 1895 in the Principal Probate Registry gives and devises as follows "I give and devise all three closes pieces or parcels of land and other hereditaments common called 'The Pound Farm' situate in Framlingham Suffolk containing in all about 35ac (26ac of copyhold tenure and the residue of freehold tenure) together with the Homestead Cottage Barn and other buildings thereon unto and to the use of my niece Amy Brooke the Wife of the Reverend James Mark Saurin Brooke and her assigns for the term of her natural life and after the decease of the said Amy Brooke unto and to the use of her daughter Myrtle Kalinka Carrie Honor Brooke in fee simple"
And whereas on 19 Oct 1895 the said Amy Brooke was admitted under the said Will as tenant for life to the premises copyhold of this Manor hereinafter described
And whereas the said Amy Brooke died on 15 Mar 1921
And whereas the said Myrtle Kalinka Carrie Honor Brooke intermarried with and is now the wife of Oswald  H Lunham of "The Knoll," Cowichan Vancouver Island, British Columbia
Now be it Remembered that on the day and year first above written comes the said Myrtle Kalinka Carrie Honor Lunham (by Thomas Humphrey John Porter her Attorney) before Thomas Musgrave Francis Gentleman Steward of this Manor at his office in the town of Cambridge and humbly prays to be admitted tenant to the premises copyhold of this Manor hereinafter described which the said Amy Brooke dec'd held for her life by virtue of the said Will and which were so devised to her the said Myrtle Kalinka Carrie Honor Lunham in remainder as aforesaid (that is to say)

All that one piece of pasture (c.8ac) heretofore parcel of one Close containing c.14ac late of the demesnes of this Manor and called Hannings lying at Whatling Went between:
...Description of the land is identical to Myrtle's Deed of Enfranchisement above, except the rent for a parcel of land lying at the end of an orchard... is 4d halfpenny [not just 4d]

(To all which promises the said Wingfield Alexander Stanford was admitted tenant to him and his heirs on 11 Nov 1875 under the Will of his father Wingfield Alexander Stanford dec'd) To whom upon her said prayer (by her said Attorney) the Lords of this Manor by their said Steward grant and deliver seisin thereof by the rod To hold the same with the appurtenances unto the said Myrtle Kalinka Carrie Honor Lunham her heirs and assigns according to the form and effect of the said Will of the said Wingfield Alexander Stanford  (the Son) of the Lords of this Manor by the rod at the will of the said Lords according to the custom of this Manor by the several annual rents aforesaid fealty suit of Court and other services therefor due and of right accustomed And she is (by her said Attorney) thereto admitted Tenant saving everyone's right and she pays to the Lords for a fine as appears tc but her fealty is respited until tc

T Musgrave Francis
Steward

For sale by auction at the Corn Exchange Framlingham Freehold Property in 3 lots
15 Jul 1922
See map,

1922-07-15 Fram Haynings & New Barn Auction cover 1922-07-15 Fram Haynings & New Barn Auction map 1922-07-15 Fram Haynings & New Barn Auction cover

Lot 1: Haynings Farm and nearby farmlands in the corner between the Saxmundham Road and Fore Street
Lot 2: Farmland to the south of the Saxmundham Rd (now laargely built up as the Mowbrays housing estate)
Lot 3: Farmland south of Rookery Farm and South East of Cold Hall, including Brick and Tiled barn with Cattle Yard with brick walls and tiled sheds.

1923 Abstract of Will of Wingfield Alexander Stanford Esq dec'd
29 Mar 1895 (2 months before his death)
des'ed as of the White House Badingham
Pound Farm 32ac unto his niece Amy Brooke, the Wife of the Rev'd James Mark Saurin Brooke of Clock House Tottenham and after her decease unto & to the use of her daughter Myrtle Kalinke Carrie Honor Brooke in fee simple.
14 May 1895 Testor died
18 Jun 1895 Will proved
15 Mar 1921 The said Amy Brooke died

Admission of Mrs Amy Brooke (for life) under the Will of Wingfield Alexander Stanford dec'd
The Manor of Framlingham at the Castle
19 Oct 1895

1895-10-19 Haynings Copyhold Admission of Brooke, Amy cover 1895-10-19 Haynings Copyhold Admission of Brooke, Amy p1 1895-10-19 Haynings Copyhold Admission of Brooke, Amy p2

Whereas it is represented that Wingfield Alexander Stanford a copyhold or customary tenant of this Manor died 14 May 1895
On the day above first mentioned comes Amy Brooke, Wife of the Reverend James Mark Saurin Brooke late of the Clock House Tottenham Middlesex now of Frith Grange Mill Hill in the same county Clerk in Holy Orders (by Thomas Humphrey John Porter her Attorney) before Thomas Musgrave Francis Gentleman Steward of the Manor at his office in the town of Cambridge and provides the probate of the last Will of the said Wingfield Alexander Stanford deceased, which will dated 29 Mar 1895 was proved on 18 Jun 1895 in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice and contains the following words "I give and devise all three closes pieces or parcels of land and other hereditaments common called 'The Pound Farm' situate in Framlingham Suffolk containing in all about 35ac (26ac of copyhold tenure and the residue of freehold tenure) together with the Homestead Cottage Barn and other buildings thereon unto and to the use of my niece Amy Brooke the Wife of the Reverend James Mark Saurin Brooke and her assigns for the term of her natural life" And thereupon the said Amy Brooke (by her paid Attorney) humbly prays to be admitted tenant to the premises held of this Manor by Copy of Court Roll herein after described of which the said Wingfield Alexander Stanford died ?....id (that is to say)

All that one piece of pasture (c.8ac) heretofore parcel of one Close containing c.14ac late of the demesnes of this Manor and called Haynings lying at Whatling Went between:
W
pt: the freehold lands formerly of Edward Nuttall (also called Hannings) afterwards of Robert Hawes and then of Robert List

pt: the lands heretofore of Robert Chambers called Pens Meadow
E
the residue of the said 14ac called Hannings (formerly of John Ropkins)
N
abutting upon copyhold lands of this Manor called Hale Field
S
pt: [abutting] upon freehold land hertofore of Thomas Nuttall called Hannings

pt: the copyhold lands hertofore of Thomas Saverne and late of said Robert List

pt: the highway leading from Framlingham to Cransford
and held of this Manor by the annual rent of 6s 8d.

And also one piece of land upon which a tenement was heretofore built but is now wasted lying in the aforesaid Close called Hannings and containing by estimation 1r near the Highway there and holden of this Manor by the annual rent of 4d

And also a parcel of land lying at the end of an orchard belonging to a messuage formerly of the said Robert List and afterwards of George Edwards containing half a rood and holden of this Manor by the annual rent of 4d.

And also all those three pieces parcels of land or pasture called Hale Fields or by whatsoever other name or names the same be called or known containing by estimation c15ac with all and singular the appurtenances lying together in Framlingham aforesaid between

E
heretofore of Richard Golty Clerk called Mill Mount
W
the Highway
S
abutting upon lands heretofore of Thomas Kett called Hannings
and holden of this Manor by the annual rent of 6s 8d

And also one piece of land of the tenement Cresses containing by estimation c3ac heretofore of William England lying in a Close called the Lyon Close in Framlingham and holden of this Manor by the annual rent of 3s 2d

And also all those four several pieces of land late parcels of the Waste of this Manor lying in Framlingham aforesaid
the first piece whereof containeth c30p and abutteth
W
upon the Highway Leading to Badingham
E
land formerly of John Stanford

ending in a point at the N and S ends thereof
the second piece (1r 20p) abutteth
NW
upon the said Highway
E or SE
land formerly of the said John Stanford
N or NE
upon land granted to William Folkard

ending in a point towards the SW
the third piece (c.6p) abutteth
W
land formerly of the said John Stanford
S
upon land granted to George Edwards
E
upon the said Highway
N
upon the next described piece of land
the fourth piece (c.36p)
N
land formerly of the said John Stanford
E
Waste land of the said Manor
S
upon the Highway leading to Saxmundham
W
ending in a point
(To all which promises the said Wingfield Alexander Stanford was admitted tenant to him and his heirs on 11 Nov 1875 under the Will of his father Wingfield Alexander Stanford dec'd) To whom upon her said prayer (by her said Attorney) the Lords of this Manor by their said Steward grant and deliver seisin thereof by the rod To hold the same with the appurtenances unto the said Amy Brooke and her assigns for the term of her natural life according to the form and effect of the said Will of the said Wingfield Alexander Stanford  (the Son) of the Lords of this Manor by the rod at the will of the said Lords according to the custom of this Manor by the several annual rents aforesaid fealty suit of Court and other services therefore due and of right accustomed And she is (by her said Attorney) thereto admitted Tenant saving everyone's right and she pays to the Lords for a fine as appears tc but her fealty is respited ?unitil tc

T Musgrave Francis
Steward


Admission of Mr W A Stanford. Manor of Framlingham at the Castle
7 Oct 1840
Pound Farm copyhold 27-32
2 proclamations - no-one came forward so 2 defaults recorded
3rd proclamation Wingfield Alexander Stanford only son & heir of ... John Stanford dec'd
[Same listing of fields as in his Will above.]