• Devon Heritage Centre
Reference number
  • 48/22/1/2
  • 1) Richard Doidge of ElfordLeigh, Esq., late the husband of Dorothy Doidge, deed., formerly Dorothy Duke, spinster, one of the 5 sisters of Robert Duke late of Otterton, esq., decd. Ann Duke, another of the 5 sisters and 1 of the 4 devisees named in the will of the said Robert Duke and also the sole devisee named in the will of Sarah Duke, late of Otterton, spinster, decd. who was one other of the 5 sisters. Elizabeth Yonge of Widey, widow of John Yonge, late of Puslinch, clerk, decd.(heretofore Elizabeth Duke, spinster) George Duke Taylor of Otterton, esq., the only son of Bernard Frederick Taylor late of the City of London, merchant and Frances his wife (formerly Frances Duke, spinster.) 2) Dorothy Ayre Taylor of Otterton and Frances Duke Taylor, the said James Yongs of Puslinch, clerk, Duke Yonge of Otterton, clerk, Dorothy Ayre Yonge of Puslinch, spinster, Elizabeth, the wife of Philip Moreshead, children of Elizabeth Yonge of Puslinch. 3) Denys Rolle of Bicton, Esq. Premises: Capital messuage, barton farm and demesne lands of Otterton and the manors and lordships of Otterton, Little Otterton, Budleigh Poleslow otherwise Higher Budleigh, Budleigh Syon otherwise Lower Budleigh, Collaton Rawleigh otherwise the Lower Manor, Dukes-Collaton, otherwise Collaton Abbott otherwise The Higher Manor, Dotton otherwise Docton and Hays otherwise Powershays otherwise Dukes Hayes; four water grist mills in Otterton and the advowsons of the churches of Otterton Budleigh, and Harpford with the free chapels of Withecombe, Fen Ottery rectory and Sheaf of Otterton and a fee farm rent of £13. 10s., payable out of the sheaf of Sidmouth, etc. Consideration: £72,000. Schedule attached.
  • 25th March 1786
Access status
  • Open
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