A HISTORY OF SURREY
���AGMONDF.SHAM. Ar- gent a cheveron azure be- tween three boar? heads sable 'with three cinqfcih or upon the cheveron.
��Agmondesham from the heirs of Joan wife of Sir Robert Fynes, probably one of the co-heirs of Massey. 4 ' His son John Agmondesham, who died in 1519, was de- scribed as holding the fourth of the manor which had de- scended to him from his fa- ther."
The heir of the younger John Agmondesham was his son Edward, a child of seven years," who, later, died child- less, so that his sisters became his co-heirs, one of whom, Jane, who had married Thomas Sandes, died in 1557" pos- sessed of a third of the fourth part of the manor, which de- scended to her son Robert. 46 Another of the co- heirs was probably Mary wife of William Husee, who alienated in 15 70 another third of the fourth part of the manor to Sir John Godwyn ; " he, in 1572, alienated it to Robert Sandes, who thus be- came possessed of two thirds of the fourth. 48
The remaining third of the fourth part had be- come the property of the Herberts, for in 1561 William and Matthew Herbert alienated it to John Stydolf, 49 who thus held the three parts (which had descended to him from his father), and a third of the remaining fourth part of the manor. His son Thomas Stydolf acquiring from Robert Sandes in 1586 the remaining two thirds of the fourth part, 50 the whole manor became the property of the Stydolfs. The descent of Pachevesham Magna then is identical with that of Mickleham and Norbury, the neighbouring manors of the Stydolf family. 51 In the reign of Anne it was the property of Sir Richard Stydolfs grandson, James Tryon, who devised the manor to his nephew Charles Tryon.
According to Manning and Bray, Mr. Tryon sold the estate to Anthony Chapman in 1766, who sold it in 1 773 to Benjamin Bond Hopkins. Of him Henry Boulton of Thorncroft bought it in 1781." Mr. Robert Ladbroke bought it from Mr. Henry Crab Boulton's trustees after 1828, according to Brayley;" but Mr. Richard Boulton, his son, was lord in 1 833." Mr. Felix Ladbroke, son of Robert, sold the manor in 1857 to Mr. Robert Henderson ; his son, Mr. John Henderson, is the present lord of the manor, which is now amalgamated with Parva Pachevesham.
PARVA PACHEVESHAM or RANDALLS.
��The origin of the estate called Randalls seems to be found in the hide and virgate which Randulf held of Bishop Odo in io86. 65 The name of Randulf still remained in connexion with Letherhead in the reign of Edward III. John Randulf seems to have possessed a several fishery and land in Letherhead. 56 William Randulf later in the same reign owned two mills and lands in Letherhead and Fetcham, 6 ' and in the reign of Henry V Nicholas Randolf, who in Fuller's Worthies is described as J.P., was holding land there. 68 The holding of the Randulfs is never described as a manor, although they must have been persons of some importance, as John Randulf ' of Packlesham ' had licence for an oratory in his mansion at Letherhead. 4 ' Their lands became amalgamated with another estate called Parva Pachevesham, being represented by the messuage and property within the manor known as Randalls. Parva Pachevesham was evidently formed from a manor of Letherhead which was held with Fetcham (q.v.) by the d'Abernons. John d'Abernon, in 1331, claimed that he and his ancestors had enjoyed from time immemorial the right to a pillory in Lether- head, which pillory Robert Darcy (lord of Magna Pachevesham) had broken down. 60 Robert Darcy declared that the pillory had been set up in his ground. 61 Sir Edmund Bray, heir of the d'Abernons, held this manor in 1 5 3 a, 6 " and it descended to Frances Lyfield, sister of John, Lord Bray. raa After this it became amalgamated with Fetcham. 6 * Of this manor John Agmondesham held lands at his death in l5O9 0a which in the inquisition on Jane Sandes, one of the co-heirs of John Agmondesham, are called Patesham, or Pachevesham Parva. 6 * Jane Sandes's third part descended to her son Robert. 66 Another third was owned by William or Matthew Herbert, who sold it in 1561 to John Stydolf 66 of Magna Pachevesham. By William Husee, who was evidently the husband of another of the co-heirs, the remaining third was granted to Sir John Godwyn, who alienated it in 1571 to Robert Sandes. 67 John Stydolfs third descended to his son Thomas. 68 According to Manning and Bray he alienated it to Robert Sandes, but according to the inquisition taken at his death he died in pos- session of it. 69 However, alienated it evidently was at some time, for John son of Robert Sandes held the whole manor, which included the capital messuage called Randalls in Letherhead. 70 The manor descended to his son and grandson, Thomas and John Sandes, 71 the latter of whom, with his wife Elizabeth, conveyed the manor of Parva Pachevesham or Randalls by fine in 1 700 to Arthur Moore, 7 * whose
��Feet of F. Surr. Mil. 21 Hen. VII ; East. 23 Hen. VII ; Trin. 14 Hen. VII. Sir Robert Fynes held the fourth, or part of it, for life, the reversion being made over to Agmondesham.
48 Chan. Inq. p.m. 16 Hen. VIII, no. 40.
45 Ibid. (Ser. 2), clxxxvii, 64. Ibid.
4 ' Pat. 1 3 Eliz. pt. ii, m. 20.
48 Feet of F. Surr. East. 14 Eliz.
4 Ibid. Mich. 3*4 Eliz. ; Pat. 2 Eliz. pt. i.
- Feet of F. Div. Co. East. 28 Eliz.
41 Vide Mickleham.
ss Manning and Bray, Hiit. of Surr, ii, 669.
58 Hiit. of Surr. iv, 428.
64 Private information.
��V.C.H. Surr. i, 303.
66 De Banco R. 356, m. 275 d.
- 7 Feet of F. Surr. East 5 1 Edw. III.
68 Ibid. Mich. 2 Hen. V.
69 Egerton MS. 2033.
60 De Banco R. 284, m. nod.
61 Ibid. 286, m. 139.
6S Feet of F. Div. Co. Mich. 30 Hen. VIII.
62a She and her husband by deed of 10 Sept. 1572 granted a house and acre of land to William Skyte of Lether- head (Manning and Bray, Surr. ii, 669), to be held of their manor of Letherhead.
68 See the later extents of Fetcham, which mention free warren in Pach- evesham, &c.
68a Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), xxiv, 46 (i Hen. VIII).
��64 Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), clxxxvii, 64.
M Feet of F. Surr. Mich. 3 & 4 Elix.
6 7 Pat. 1 3 Eliz. pt. ii, m. 20 ; Feet of F. Div. Co. Mich. 13 & 14 Eliz. Husee and Godwyn made sale of Magna and Parva Pachevesham at the same time; the words used in the deeds of sale are * the third part of the fourth part of the manors of Letherhead and Pachevesham,' but it was the third of the fourth part of the cne manor and the third of the other.
68 Inq. p.m. W. & L. I Jas. I, bdle. 7, no. 174.
'" Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2),cccclxix, 127. 7 1 Manning and Bray, Hist, of Surr. ; Recov. R. Mich. 24 Chas. II, rot. 168.
- Feet of F. Surr. East. 12 Will. III.