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12 deeds and papers relating to Worcestershire

 Single Item
Dep. e. 50
Held at the Weston Library

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The documents relate mainly to lands in or near Feckenham which were at one time held by the Cookes family, and include:

  1. A 12th century grant by Gervase Paganel to Bernard Pagenal of land in Middleton and La Haie;
  2. Two copies of an enfeoffment (c.1300) by Walter de Aylesbury of Alured and Margery de Northgrove in lands at Feckenham etc.;
  3. An enfeoffment (1303) by Isabella widow of Sir John de Wanten of her son Henry in the manor of Thotebache.;
  4. A marriage settlement (1423) in which Richard Beaumond grants all his lands in Worcestershire and Herefordshire to John Jonettes, who is to marry his daughter Elizabeth;


  • Creation: 12th-19th centuries


1 box

Language of Materials

  • English
  • Latin

Preferred Citation

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Dep. e. 50

Collection ID (for staff)

CMD ID 8931


Box of 12 deeds and papers relating to Worcestershire, 12th to 19th centuries

Biographical / Historical

The Cookes family were a landowning family in Worcestershire.

Other Finding Aids

For a calendar of the documents see the National Register of Archives.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Deposited by Major D. Hodson, The Rise, Barton Road, Headington, 10 Jun 1959.

12 deeds and papers relating to Worcestershire
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