Reference numberHINCH 2/170
TitleRough copy of Letters Patent of 9th March, 1660; Granting the Fee Farm Rents issuing from certain manors etc. to Edward, 1st Earl of Sandwich and his heirs male to hold as of the royal manor of Enfield, co, Middlesex.
DescriptionThe rents to issue form the boroughs of Huntingdon and Godmanchester, co, Huntingdon, the manors of Aldborne and Everleigh, co, Wiltshire, the manor of Henton als. Hinton, co, Berkshire, the manor of Olney, co. Buckingham, the manor and the site of the manor of Longbuckley or Longbuckby, co. Northampton, the manors of Dunmore, Mounden als. Moundenhall, and Langham, co. Essex, the manor of Mildenhall, co, Suffolk and the manor and watermill of Aylesham, co. Norfolk. Printed copy of a Parliamentary Bill Bill to enable King to grant the reversion or remainder in fee simple, now vested in him, of and in an Annual or Fee Farm Rent of £113, issuing from the Parks of Bewbush and Shelley, co. Sussex, one of the several Fee Farm Rents granted to Edward, 1st Earl of Sandwich, by Charles II, to Hon. James Archibald Stuart, grandson of Edward Wortley, late of Wortley, co. York, who purchased the Fee Farm Rent of £113 and bequeathed it in trust for the above Hon. J.A. Stuart, the second son of his daughter the Rt. Hon. Mary Wortley Countess of Bute, wife of Rt. Hon. John Earl of Bute.
Datend; [1770s] undated
CreatorNameMontagu family, Earls of Sandwich of Hinchingbrooke
RepositoryHuntingdonshire Archives

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