I02 Tavistock Records. [1686-97
 Lease by Sir W. Courtenay, Ambrose Manaton, John Cudlip, David Sargent, Richard Doidge, John Toller, James Leere, Edward Payne, Richard Dobson, and John Rowe, feoffees of the Mawdlyn lands, of tenement in fford street and herb garden, late in the occupation of Ralph Chapman deceased, to Elizeus Harvy the younger, of Tavistocke, glover, on the lives of Elizeus Harvy, Amey Sowton, daughter of Samuel Sowton, of Tavis- tocke, deceased, and Dorothy Harvy, sister of Elizeus, July 23. 2 James II.
 Lease by same feoffees, excepting Dobson and Rowe, of tenement and garden, close at Bannawell, and 'one little closure' of land and garden at Bannawell, in the tenure of James Hillman's widow, to John Davie the younger, of Tavistocke, maltster, in reversion on the death of Jone Hillman and Thomas Hillman her son. July 23, 2 James II.
 Lease by same feoffees of tenements — lands of Sir W. Courtenay west and north, highway towards Newton south, lane commonly called Pixen Lane east, formerly in tenure of William ffairchild, deceased, lately of Stephen Chapman, to John Lawrence, of Tavistocke, yeoman, on the lives of lessee, Joan his wife, and Joan their daughter, former leases of Aug. 30, 18 Charles II., and July 23 last past, being surrendered, Nov. i. 2 James II.
 Lease by Sir W, Courtenay, Ambrose Manaton, David Sargent, Richard Doidge, John ToUar, James Leere, Edward Payne, and John Rowe, feoffees, of tenement and garden, part lately in tenure of Edward Bound, deceased, in reversion to Edward Bound, of Tavistocke, shoemaker, on the life of ffortune Bound his wife, after the deaths of Mary Bound, widow, and the said Edward. Dec. 20, 4 William and Mary.
 Lease by same feoffees of ' one back under house and chamber over the same, with an herb garden and orchard,' in fford street, to Thomas Harvey, of Tauistock, labourer, on the lives of himself and Katherine his wife, March 27. 6 William and Mary.
 Lease by Sir W. Courtenay, David Sargent y® elder, tanner, Richard Doidge of y*^ parish of Whitchurch, gent., John Toller, mercer, James Leere, gent., and John Row, yeoman, ' ffeoffees and Masters Customary of the