��in 1643,'" and again in 1657.'" His two children died in infancy. 145 In 1679 Isabel More, spinster, was in possession of the manor and sold it to Ralph Lee, executor to Simon Bennett of Calverton, 1 " whose daughters, Frances wife of James fourth Earl of Salisbury 148 and Grace wife of John Bennett, held it in moiety. The fifth Earl of Salisbury had the remainder of Grace Bennett's share." 9
James first Marquis of Salisbury sold Hurtmore in 1786 to John Richardson of Shackleford, 160 whose heir, John Aldborough Richardson, was in possession in 1804.""
In 1814 he and his wife sold Hurtmore to William Keen. William Keen sold in 1828 to James Henry Frankland and Mary his wife of Bashing. Mr. Frankland died in 1859. His son Major Frankland took the name of Gill, and died unmarried in 1866. Hurtmore passed to his sister, Mrs. Sumner, and from her to her niece, Miss Kerr. 161
Though the conveyance of Hurtmore in 1598 ascribes a court leet to it, 163 and though it is spoken of as a manor, it is doubtful if it really was such. No court baron can be traced, and the assertion about view of frankpledge in a court leet is un- true. The Hurtmore people answered at the Godal- ming hundred court for view of frankpledge except a few who appeared at Compton. Trespasses, &c., in Hurtmore are continually noticed in the Godalming courts.
One mill is mentioned in the Domesday Survey of the manor, 164 and mention is made of mills in Thomas of Hurtmore's grant to Newark Priory. 1 * 4
T4TLORS was held by Nicholas Taillard in I486-7. 168 He conveyed it to Foisted and others, trustees, who enfeoffed Tho- mas Purvoch. His son Tho- mas Purvoch enfeofFed Arnold Champion as purchaser or trustee. 167 Thomas Purvoch junior had a daughter Anne who married Lawrence Raw- sterne. It passed from him to Richard Compton, 168 who had married Agnes daughter of Arnold Champion. 169 Richard's son Thomas brought a suit in 1574 against Henry Hooke, who, having married Agnes
widow of Richard Compton, entered upon the 'manor of Taylors,' which was settled on her for life, and spoiled the woods and suffered the manor-house to decay. 170 Thomas Compton left it to his nephew John Compton in 1 606. irl This Sir John Compton died seised in 1653. His grandson and heir was Comp-
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��ton Tichborne. 17 * He died and left it to his cousin Sir Henry Tichborne, bart., who held it in 1 658,"' and Sir Henry Joseph Tichborne was in possession in i6 95 . 17 '
In 1696 it was conveyed to John Yalden. 174 Edmund Yalden his grandson died in 1814 (aged 89)
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��holding Taylors, 17 ' and left it to Edmund Woods his sister's son. 177 He died 1833 and it passed to his daughter Katherine. It was sold to the Marshall family, to whom it still belongs.
f.AN'N (Fenne, xii and xiii cents. ; Fanne, xiv and xv cents.), on the borders of Hambledon and Chiddingfold, was really a tithing, 178 but was called a manor later. It is mentioned in a conveyance of 1198-9, when Emma, widow of William of Vann, released land there to William of Vann. 179 In 1232 Walter of Vann witnessed a grant of land in Arling- ton, 1 " while Laurence of Yately and his wife Isabel granted lands in Godalming and Vann to Thomas of Vann in I279. lsl Thomas atte Vann conveyed Vann to Robert atte Vann and his brother Walter in con- sideration of a life-rent in I324. 18 * It was held of William atte Vann in 1332, Henry Hussey being the tenant. 183 Tenants and tithingmen at Vann occur often in the Godalming Hundred Court. In 1371 Walter Webbele surrendered the tenement of William Piperham to Walter atte Vann and his heir. This was Piperham in Haslemere, which subsequently was conveyed as a separate parcel, with the manor of Vann. 184
Walter atte Vann was subsequently in debt. In 1412 John Loxley for ' le Fanne' and Thomas atte Vann pay 6d. for leave of absence from the hundred court. 184 In 1448 Bernard Jenyn or Jenings was summoned to the court 186 to do fealty, probably for Vann, for in 1476 John Hill and John Mellersh, probably trustees, enfeoffed Bernard Jenings of ' land in the manor of Vann ' in tail male. John son of Bernard succeeded to it at his father's death, 187 and his son
��1H Recov. R. Mich. 19 Chas. I, m. 9.
1M Notei of F. SUIT. Trin. 1657.
156 Godalming Par. Reg.
"' Feet of F. Div. Co. Trin. 31 Chns. II ; and will of Simon Bennett, Cottle, 127. He left each of his daughters 20,000. Hurtmore is not mentioned.
158 Close, 31 Ceo. HI, pt. iii, no. 7.
- Deed of 23 Nov. 1725, produced in
ale of 1828.
IM Cloe, 27 Geo. Ill, pt. i, no. 18.
181 Manning and Bray, op. cit. i, 626.
162 Private and local inform.
168 Cloie, 38 Eliz. pt. v j Recov. R. Mich. 22 (Ceo. Ill, m. 418.
lM r.C,fi.Surr. i, 323^.
���185 Feet of F. SUIT. 43 Hen. Ill, 28. 166 Godalming Rental at Loseley. 187 Esch. Inq. p.m. 67 Hen. VIII, file 1070.
188 Misc. Bks. (Land Rev.), vol. 190, fol. 223.
189 Berry, Hantt Gen. 328.
170 Chan. Proc. C.c. 15 Eliz. 51.
171 P.C.C. Will (Stafforde, 33).
173 Godalming court baron 30 Sept. 1653.
178 Recov. R. Mich. 1658, m. 108. ""Close, 7 Will. Ill, pt. iv, no. 10.
174 Feet of F. Surr. Mich. 8 Will. III. 178 Godalming Ct. R. 26 Oct. 1814. '"Ibid.
��178 Godalmidg view of frankpledge, 17 Edw. Ill, &c.
W Feet of F. Surr. 10 Ric. I, 39.
- > Cal. of Chart. R. i, 366.
181 Feet of F. Surr. 7 Edw. I, 17. They were to be held of Isabel and her heirs.
182 Feet of F. Surr. 1 8 Edw. II, 14.
" Chan. Inq. p.m. 6 Edw. Ill (ist nos.), no. 66. See also ibid. 23 Edw. Ill, pt. i, 77.
184 Godalming Hund. Ct. 2 Oct. 45 Edw. III. is Ibid. 10 Nov. 1412.
Ibid. 1 8 Apr. 26 Hen. VI. He married Elizabeth daughter of John Loxley (sec Braboeuf).
187 Chan. Proc. Ser. 2), Uxxiii, 20.