Document ReferencePl F2/4/12
TitleExemplification of a common recovery of the Duke of Portland's Norfolk estates; 7 June 1736
Date7 June 1736
Extent1 membrane
Content DescriptionFirst Party: Ralph Barnes, gentleman (Demandant).

Second Party: Thomas Barnard, gentleman (Tenant to the Praecipe).

Third Party: William, Duke of Portland (Vouchee).

Exemplification of a common recovery (Easter Term 9 George II) of the manor of Terrington, Norfolk and 4 messuages, 8 gardens, 200a. of land, 200a. of meadow, 200a. of pasture, 200a. of wood, rents of £40 6s 7d, common of pasture, etc.

Endorsed as suffered in error (the duke not being entitled to the premises as tenant in tail but only for terms of years - the property was settled upon the Countess Dowager of Portland and her issue by the 1st Earl of Portland as his second wife).
Physical Descriptionseal on parchment tag in several pieces but complete

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA1046Bentinck; William (1709-1762); 2nd Duke of Portland1709-1762
NA69310Barnes; Ralph (fl 1735-1738); Mr; of Lincoln's Innfl 1735-1738
NA69311Barnard; Thomas (fl 1735-1737); Mr; alias Bernard of Lincoln's Innfl 1735-1737
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