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Richard Dudley Latin IPM 1633
« on: Thursday 27 June 19 19:55 BST (UK) »
Hello
Is someone able to translate this IPM from Latin, I think it is for Richard Dudley, Sr of Swepstone, Leicestershire who died 1632.
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Richard Dudley of Cosby. Gent
George Bent of Cosby. Gent
William Black of Kilby. Gent
Edmund Read of Sutton. Gent
Bernard Cotton of Dadlington. Esq
Sir Thomas Halford of Wistow. Baronet
Thomas Billings of Rolleston. Gent
Richard Swynfen of Sutton Cheney. Gent
John Cotes of Aylestone. Gent
George Bowman of Medbourne. Gent
Humphrey Elkington of Shawell. Gent
John Freeston of East Norton. Gent
Richard Hickson of Dunton. Gent
John Tibballs of Ireland House.
James Oswin of Newton Harcourt

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Re: Richard Dudley Latin IPM 1633
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 27 June 19 19:57 BST (UK) »
The middle
Interests
Richard Dudley of Cosby. Gent
George Bent of Cosby. Gent
William Black of Kilby. Gent
Edmund Read of Sutton. Gent
Bernard Cotton of Dadlington. Esq
Sir Thomas Halford of Wistow. Baronet
Thomas Billings of Rolleston. Gent
Richard Swynfen of Sutton Cheney. Gent
John Cotes of Aylestone. Gent
George Bowman of Medbourne. Gent
Humphrey Elkington of Shawell. Gent
John Freeston of East Norton. Gent
Richard Hickson of Dunton. Gent
John Tibballs of Ireland House.
James Oswin of Newton Harcourt

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Re: Richard Dudley Latin IPM 1633
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 27 June 19 19:58 BST (UK) »
End
Interests
Richard Dudley of Cosby. Gent
George Bent of Cosby. Gent
William Black of Kilby. Gent
Edmund Read of Sutton. Gent
Bernard Cotton of Dadlington. Esq
Sir Thomas Halford of Wistow. Baronet
Thomas Billings of Rolleston. Gent
Richard Swynfen of Sutton Cheney. Gent
John Cotes of Aylestone. Gent
George Bowman of Medbourne. Gent
Humphrey Elkington of Shawell. Gent
John Freeston of East Norton. Gent
Richard Hickson of Dunton. Gent
John Tibballs of Ireland House.
James Oswin of Newton Harcourt

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Re: Richard Dudley Latin IPM 1633
« Reply #3 on: Thursday 27 June 19 20:01 BST (UK) »
Signature at bottom.
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Richard Dudley of Cosby. Gent
George Bent of Cosby. Gent
William Black of Kilby. Gent
Edmund Read of Sutton. Gent
Bernard Cotton of Dadlington. Esq
Sir Thomas Halford of Wistow. Baronet
Thomas Billings of Rolleston. Gent
Richard Swynfen of Sutton Cheney. Gent
John Cotes of Aylestone. Gent
George Bowman of Medbourne. Gent
Humphrey Elkington of Shawell. Gent
John Freeston of East Norton. Gent
Richard Hickson of Dunton. Gent
John Tibballs of Ireland House.
James Oswin of Newton Harcourt

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Re: Richard Dudley Latin IPM 1633
« Reply #4 on: Friday 28 June 19 11:00 BST (UK) »
I'm partway through this, but won't have time to post until tonight.

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Re: Richard Dudley Latin IPM 1633
« Reply #5 on: Friday 28 June 19 11:04 BST (UK) »
I can see a Henry Mountfort, Esquire is mentioned.
This must be the same Henry who's daughter Martha married a Richard Dudley, Yeoman who was buried 7 Jan 1623 Swepstone as 'Richard Dudley the Younger'. I assume that because he is called ''The Younger'' his father Richard must still be alive?
I think this Richard maybe the 1st son of Richard Dudley and Anne Farmer who was baptised 1581 Swepstone.


I notice that one of the names is also a John or Joseph Farmer?
A Richard Dudley married Anne Farmer of Normanton Le Heath, Leicestershire abt 1580.
This Ann doesn't die till 1623 Swepstone I think, listed as 'Ann, Wife of Richard Dudley'
She was daughter of Lawrence Farmer who died 1601 and maybe linked to the Richard Farmer of Normanton who was knighted in 1613.
Interests
Richard Dudley of Cosby. Gent
George Bent of Cosby. Gent
William Black of Kilby. Gent
Edmund Read of Sutton. Gent
Bernard Cotton of Dadlington. Esq
Sir Thomas Halford of Wistow. Baronet
Thomas Billings of Rolleston. Gent
Richard Swynfen of Sutton Cheney. Gent
John Cotes of Aylestone. Gent
George Bowman of Medbourne. Gent
Humphrey Elkington of Shawell. Gent
John Freeston of East Norton. Gent
Richard Hickson of Dunton. Gent
John Tibballs of Ireland House.
James Oswin of Newton Harcourt

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Re: Richard Dudley Latin IPM 1633
« Reply #6 on: Friday 28 June 19 11:05 BST (UK) »
Thank you very much Bookbox, as always.
Interests
Richard Dudley of Cosby. Gent
George Bent of Cosby. Gent
William Black of Kilby. Gent
Edmund Read of Sutton. Gent
Bernard Cotton of Dadlington. Esq
Sir Thomas Halford of Wistow. Baronet
Thomas Billings of Rolleston. Gent
Richard Swynfen of Sutton Cheney. Gent
John Cotes of Aylestone. Gent
George Bowman of Medbourne. Gent
Humphrey Elkington of Shawell. Gent
John Freeston of East Norton. Gent
Richard Hickson of Dunton. Gent
John Tibballs of Ireland House.
James Oswin of Newton Harcourt

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Re: Richard Dudley Latin IPM 1633
« Reply #7 on: Friday 28 June 19 17:25 BST (UK) »
Part 1

Indented inquisition taken in the town of Leicester in the county of Leicester aforesaid on the eighteenth day of April in the ninth year of the reign of our Lord Charles [18 April 1633], by the grace of God King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith etc., before Henry Momfort, Esquire, the Escheator of the said Lord King for the aforesaid county, by virtue of his office, to make an enquiry following the death of Richard Dudley, deceased, on the oaths of [the jurors] John Tomson of Belgrave in the aforesaid county, Francis Pole, Edward Woodward, William Bright, William Pole, William Bate, Edward Beamont, Thomas Croson, Andrew Pick, Anthony Woodford, William Lowth, Anthony Andrews and John Farmer, honest and law-abiding men of the aforesaid county, sworn and committed upon their aforesaid oath, who say that the aforesaid Richard Dudley on the day he died was seised in his demesne as of fee of and in two messuages and twenty acres of land, meadow and pasture with their appurtenances in Swepstone in the aforesaid county, worth 20 shillings per year in all issues over and above reprises; and that those messuages and twenty acres of land, meadow and pasture with their appurtenances are held, and at the time of the death of the aforesaid Richard Dudley were held, of Charles Cockayne Esquire, as of ...

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Re: Richard Dudley Latin IPM 1633
« Reply #8 on: Friday 28 June 19 17:28 BST (UK) »
Part 2

... his manor of Swepstone aforesaid in the aforesaid county in free and common socage, by fealty, suit of court and annual payment of one pound of pepper and one pound of cumin; and further the aforesaid jurors upon their aforesaid oath say that the aforesaid Richard Dudley, being thus seised of and in all and singular the aforesaid premises with their appurtenances, died being seised of such estate, that is, he died on the twenty second day of February last past before the taking of this inquisition [22 February 1632/33]; and that Richard Dudley is his blood-relative and next of kin, that is, the son of Richard, first-born son of the aforesaid Richard Dudley deceased; and at the time of the death of the deceased the aforesaid Richard Dudley was of full age, that is twenty-one ...