. The Victoria history of the county of Hertford. Natural history. A HISTORY OF HERTFORDSHIRE and hi* wife Dorothy, with remainder to his sister Joan, who was the wife of Thomas Skipwith.1* Ralph. and Dorothy continued to hold the alienate the manor, including one mill and view of frankpledge," for settlement on William and his heirs, William Skipwith promising to settle lands of equal value on his brothers if he should die without children."* This bond, on the death of Ralph Skipwith, came into the hands of John Cheyney, who re- fused to give it up." William Skipwith brought a

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. The Victoria history of the county of Hertford. Natural history. A HISTORY OF HERTFORDSHIRE and hi* wife Dorothy, with remainder to his sister Joan, who was the wife of Thomas Skipwith.1* Ralph. and Dorothy continued to hold the alienate the manor, including one mill and view of frankpledge," for settlement on William and his heirs, William Skipwith promising to settle lands of equal value on his brothers if he should die without children."* This bond, on the death of Ralph Skipwith, came into the hands of John Cheyney, who re- fused to give it up." William Skipwith brought a
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. The Victoria history of the county of Hertford. Natural history. A HISTORY OF HERTFORDSHIRE and hi* wife Dorothy, with remainder to his sister Joan, who was the wife of Thomas Skipwith.1* Ralph. and Dorothy continued to hold the alienate the manor, including one mill and view of frankpledge," for settlement on William and his heirs, William Skipwith promising to settle lands of equal value on his brothers if he should die without children."* This bond, on the death of Ralph Skipwith, came into the hands of John Cheyney, who re- fused to give it up." William Skipwith brought a suit against him, and declared that he had settled lands on his brothers according to the bond and to the will of Sir Ralph Rowlett.*" In January 1577~8 William Skipwith sold the manor to Sir Rowland Hayward, kt.e' He sold it John Parker and Katherine his wi John Parkei icfi,,,. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Page, William, 1861-1934, ed. Westminster [etc. , A. Constable & company, limited]

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