Ref NoD-BLX/L5
TitleCopy exemplification of cause wherein Wm. Savage gent, was plaintiff, John Rutter, Francis Victor and Leonard Small defendants for unjustly detaining 16 cows and 2 bulls in Bere Wood to the damage of ??20, 1589/90; copy exemplification of verdict: George Savage v. Thomas Trew when 5 bullocks and 3 heifers were unlawfully taken from part of Fair Oke Coppices called North Coppice in Bere Woods (Trew, bailiff of John Turberville who claims North Coppice as part of his estate; plaintiff seised of Stroudes Lands in manor of Bloxworth, 1617); also abstracts of deeds of 1596, 1615 and 1649 confirming Savage's title to pasture; opinion of Pickard's case; complaint of Elizabeth Drax in chancery, 1759, answers of Roger Pinchard; letter stating that injunction dissolved absolutely against defendant Pickard (but not against Pinchard); because plaintiff has not delivered any exceptions to his answer, 1759; answer of Jocelyn Pickard, undated; further examination of Pinchard; copy agreement of 1733 between Roger Pinchard and Henry Drax by which Pinchard as tenant of Bloxworth farm received ??5 for 4 years in return for making use of pasture rights in Bere Woods; Pinchard's declaration concerning this, undated..
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