Little Corby 1780
Manors of Great Corby and Little Corby
At a Court Baron or Customary Court of Philip Howard Esquire Lord of the said Manor held at Great Corby in and for the said Manors on Tuesday, the 13th day of June in the year of our Lord 1780 by John Mitchinson and Luke Blacklock Stewards of the said Manor.
To this Court came Joseph Bond and surrendered into the Hand of the said Lord by his said Stewards one Messuage and Tenement with the Appurtenances of the yearly Customary Rent of Three Shillings within the said Manor to the use and behoof of James Reed his Heirs and Assigns according to the Custom of the said Manor, agreeable to a certain Deed.
And immediately to the same Court came the said James Reed and prayed to be admitted Tenant of the said premises with the Appurtenances and it was granted to him to hold the said Messuage and Tenement with the Appurtenances unto the said James Reed his Heirs and Assigns according to the Custom of the said Manors yielding and paying therefore unto the said Philip Howard his Heirs and Assigns the aforesaid Rent at the usual Times and doing and performing all other payments, Boons Suits and Services for the same due and accustomed and hes paid a Fine for this Admission as in the Margin (£15.10s.0d.) and so was admitted Tenant.
signed John Mitchinson
signed Luke Blacklock