1253, the same Henry obtained a grant of a market on the Tuesday of every week, and a fair on the eve and day of the Assumption of the Virgin (14 and 15 August) in his manor of Apuldrefield. 1254-5, as Henry son of Henry (so called most probably to distinguish him from the other Henry in the proceeding named, who seems to have been son of William), he occurs as plaintiff in a fine with Henry de Appeltrefeld and Letitia his wife defendants, of the third part of the manor of Sundrish * Vide "A rentall of the quit rents due to the Right Hono'ble Dorothy Lady Dacre [Lady of the manor of Cudham] for one whole yeare, made 19 October 1684.'* Streatfeild MSS. " Imprimis of the Right hono'ble the Conntesse of Sheppy for her mannor of Apuldreffeild, ii*. " Item, more of her for a payer of guilt spares 00*.
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