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PASFIELD [24363]
Rev William PASFIELD [24357]
Margaret [24358]
Thomas PASFIELD of Witham [24370]


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Thomas PASFIELD of Witham [24370]


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That Thomas belongs to this family is completely conjectural

Feoffment on trust for poor of Witham in exchange for property (toft and lands called Mershye Lands in Boreham)
(i) John Porter and Thomas Porter of Little Baddow gents.;
(ii) Andrew Jenour esq., George Armond, Edmund Halys, Richard Dawling, Jeremy Garrard and William Nicholls, gents., Robert Burchard, Anthony Westwood, John Gravenor, Jeremy Greene, Thomas Nicholls and George Skingley, yeomen, Thomas Damett, Nathaniel Nowell, William Haven, Simon Pasfeild, and John Browne, clothiers, Robert Bunney innholder, Anthony Barker brewer, Robert Allen haberdasher, and Thomas Pasfeild and Richard Barnard, tanners, all of Witham.

Cottage and 4 crofts of land (10 acres) called Scotts, and lands (30 acres) called Motts in occupation of Thomas Whitnall; all in Goldhanger.

Recites: 12 July 1626. Decree in Chancery in suit of John Porter and Thomas Porter v. George Armond, Jeremy Greene, John Browne, Thomas Pasfeild and Robert Teele of Witham grocer
14 Jul 1626
Ref: 54. ERO D/P 30/25/65 ((F.King)

Feoffment [counterpart] in exchange for property (toft and lands called Mershye Lands in Boreham)
(i) George Armond, gent., Jeremy Greene, yeoman, John Browne, clothier, Thomas Pasfeild, tanner and Robert Teele, grocer, all of Witham;
(ii) John Porter and Thomas Porter of Little Baddow gents.
Toft and lands called Mershye Lands in Boreham.
Recites: D/P 30/25/65.
16 Jul 1626
Ref: 61. ERO D/P 30/25/66 (F.King)

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