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This free content was digitised by double rekeying. devolved from the bishop of London's Domesday manor or vill of Stepney, which in 10 covered most of north and east Ossulstone, and was part of a larger block of land around London thought to have been the foundation grant of the see of London, probably acquired by the bishopric . Paul's in 1066, had ten chief tenants and claimed, although unsuccessfully, the two remaining holdings in 'Stepney'. 3) Of the Domesday tenants, Hugh de Berners held 5 hides in 1086, divided between Sired, canon of St.Paul's, and the canons as demesne in 1066 and identified as the Islington manors of Barnsbury and probably Canonbury; Hugh also held 1 virgate and a mill, probably at East Smithfield (parish of St.

In the 1220s Bishop Eustace de Fauconberg recovered overlordship of several holdings including those of Ralph the clerk, Robert le Cutiller, Maurice of Harlow, canon of St. at the Stepney view of frankpledge: the bishop's manors of Stepney, Hackney, and Haringey, the priories of St. Paul's (Shadwell), of the estate once Richard Pomfret's, of William de Ver, of Daniel or Rumbolds (possibly Grumbold in Hackney and Cobhams or Rumbolds in Stepney), of John of Bedfont (manor of Poplar), and of Edmund Trentemars (manor of Bernes). 11) In 1353 the bishop himself answered for only ½ knight's fee in the vill of Stepney, (fn. 22) Cleveland and his son Thomas, Lord Wentworth, were prominent at court and incurred heavy debts. 23) The earl began to secure loans on his estates in the 1620s, and in 1632 created mortgages by 99-year leases of Stepney manor to Richard Cartwright and of Hackney to Sir Thomas Trevor.

36) who assigned back to them Hackney manor and parts of Stepney including the quitrents, wastes, most demesne in Bethnal Green, some wood and trees, and specified rents in hand, as security for payment of debts owed to Glemham, Smyth and others. 37) The trustees for sale of forfeited lands conveyed the equity of redemption and all Cleveland's other rights to John Smyth and Joseph Drew in trust for Blackwell, William Smyth, and Gittings, for the payment of Cleveland's debts. 38) William Northey held courts and managed the manors on behalf of the interested parties. 39) In 1658 Oxenbridge and Potter assigned their interests to William Smyth and Gittings, (fn.

40) who with others were appointed as commissioners to sell the manors to pay Blackwell's debts, including that to the state. 43) and his executors or trustees had possession in 1665. 44) Cleveland regained his equity of redemption, and obtained two Private Acts in 16 for the sale of nearly all his lands in order to pay off his debts. 45) He was allowed seven years in which to redeem the mortgages.

William Northey was appointed to keep the courts on behalf of the committee, and by 1653 all the earl's estates had been let to his creditors, even though the interest on the debts greatly exceeded the revenues. 34) In 1651 Smyth and his partners mortgaged to Dr.

Henry Glemham demesne in Hackney, the Dusthill in Limehouse, marshes in Poplar, and land in Bethnal Green near Shoreditch church in order to pay the balance owed for their purchase of the mortgage leases in 1643; presumably to help the partners sell land and so pay what they owed, Bayning's trustees conveyed to William Smyth's brother John the reversion of the manors bought from Cleveland in 1634. 35) In 1653 William Smyth, Clement Oxenbridge, Edward Gittings, and William Potter sold the mortgage leases to Richard Blackwell, (fn.