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James Northampton died seised of it in fn. This Richard was in possession of the said estate in fn. John Gedeney, in whom all the Tottenham manors centered, died seised of the manor of Dawbeneys sometimes called Northamptons , anno fn.
The third part of the manor of Tottenham, which was assigned to Henry de Hastings, descended to Lawrence de Hastings fn. His grandson John, the last Earl of that family, was killed at a tournament in the year , being only 17 years of age fn.
His widow Philippa, daughter of Edmund Mortimer, Earl of March, married, after his death, Richard Earl of Arundel, who had an assignment of his wife's dower, of which this manor in Tottenham was a part fn.
She died seised of it in fn. The manor of Mockings I suppose to have been that third part of the manor of Bruses called Breuse-hagh which was granted to Richard Spigurnell fn.
His wife, Nichola, died seised of it the next year fn. This Nichola had also at the time of her death the manor of Pembrokes, escheated to the crown by the death of Lawrence de Hastings.
So says the record at least; yet it is certain that Lawrence de Hastings left a son who had the manor of Pembrokes, and that it continued some time longer in that family, as appears by the records before quoted.
John Mocking, junior, died seised of the estate above mentioned, in the year fn. Elmingus Leget died seised of the manor of Mockings valued at six marks , in fn.
His widow, Alice, died seised of it in fn. Soon afterwards it came to the Gedeneys, in whom the other manors were centered. Other small estates, called in the calendars at the Tower, Manors, were found, upon recurring to the records, to have been small portions of some of the manors before mentioned, having no distinct names, as may be seen in the note fn.
The manors of Bruses, Pembrokes, Dawbeneys, and Mockings, having been united, as already shewn, in the Gedeney family, have ever since passed through the same hands.
John Gedeney died seised of these manors in fn. After the death of his widow, Joan, in , they came to her son by a former husband fn. Richard Turnant's daughter and heir, Thomasine, married Sir John Risley fn.
In the year , being vested in Anne, relict of Henry Lord Compton, she, by her deed of that date, granted them under a proviso to William Lord Compton, her husband's heir by a former wife fn.
This Lord Compton, in the year , mortgaged them to Thomas Sutton and Thomas Wheeler fn. In , Thomas Earl of Dorset purchased them of Wheeler, in whom the mortgage was then vested fn.
They continued in the Dorset family fn. Rose Duplessis born at Crema in Italy, in , as soon as she should attain the age of 21; but the devisee being an alien, these manors escheated to the crown.
A grant of them was afterwards obtained for the late James Townsend, Esq. They were sold in by his son Henry Hare Townsend, Esq.
Bruce Castle, the site of the ancient manor of Bruses, may now be considered as the manor-house of Tottenham, the others except Mockings having been separated from the estate.
It is a large brick mansion, exhibiting in its present state few remains of antiquity. It is probable that Sir William Compton rebuilt it soon after he became possessed of the manor, and that it was finished in readiness to receive his royal guests, in ; for we find, that on the Saturday after Ascensionday that year, King Henry VIII.
Bruce Castle was repaired and altered in the latter part of the last century by Henry Lord Colerane, at which time, as he himself informs us, he removed the arms of Compton from the old porch, and placed them over the entrance on the inside fn.
It is probable that the detached brick tower which stands in the front of the house was built by the Comptons. The manor-house of Pembrokes, which has long been alienated from the estate fn.
It is a moated house, situated about three quarters of a mile from the high road, in the lane leading to Wood Green. Mockings-house, surrounded also with a moat, is situated on the south side of Marsh-lane, about a quarter of a mile from the London road.
It is still attached to the manor. An account of the manor of Willoughbies, in Edmonton and Tottenham, has been given already fn. The ancient site of the manor was in Edmonton.
The present Willoughby-house, which stands in the parish of Tottenham, was in the property of Charles Pryor, Esq. Some years ago it belonged to Daniel Booth, Esq.
Mendes de Costa; from him it passed to Stephen Briggs, Esq. Jordaine, in , sold it to Mr. Richard Welch, who soon afterwards conveyed it to the present proprietor, William Willson, Esq.
The history of the manor of Ducketts, till the grant to Sir Robert Cecil, has been given in the account of Hornsey fn. Ancient records describe it as in that parish and Tottenham.
As Hornsey is always mentioned first, it is to be supposed that the manor-house formerly stood in that parish. In the year , the manor of Ducketts was conveyed by Edward Lord North to William Parker fn.
It appears by Lord Colerane's MSS. From him it descended to Sir Francis Popham fn. Edmund Trench fn. This estate is now divided into two shares, the greater of which is the property of Thomas Berney, Esq.
The manor of Twyford was in the property of John Twyford, who held it of the manor of Bruses by a quit-rent of 1d. A field near Stamford-hill called Twyford, being a part, it is probable, of this estate, is now the property of Mr.
The manor, or manor-farm, of Stonelease or Stoneleys, formerly part of the demesne lands, was alienated by Lord Buckhurst to ——Pynson fn.
I have not been able to learn any thing farther relating to this estate, than that it is now the property of Mr. Edward Scales, of Stoke-Newington.
Grove House, now the seat of Thomas Smith, Esq. He died at Tottenham in The parish church, dedicated to All-Saints, is situated about a quarter of a mile to the west of the high road.
It is a Gothic structure, built of hewn stone, flints, and pebbles, and consisting of a chancel, nave, two aisles with octagonal pillars and pointed arches , and a square embattled tower.
Lord Colerane mentions, that in his time it was overgrown with ivy to the upper windows, for which green livery he says it was indebted to the lord of the manor himself , who, in , employed workmen to lay up all the leading branches, and tack them to the steeple.
Lord Colerane adds, that there was formerly a high cross of wood on the steeple, which was destroyed in the civil war with great difficulty and hazard, and that one of the persons employed to do it broke his leg fn.
Over it is a room originally intended, as I suppose, for a church-house, a building, of which traces are to be found in the records of almost every parish.
They were, as our vestries improperly so called fn. They were frequently built at the expence of some opulent benefactor.
Lord Colerane mentions a tradition, that this building at Tottenham which he supposes might have been a school was the gift of a widow lady.
It was long appropriated to the residence of some poor pensioner, which Lord Colerane, nearly a hundred years ago, complained of as a great nuisance, and "a horrible abuse fn.
At the east end of the north aisle is the vestry, erected at the expence of Henry Lord Colerane in fn. The building is semicircular at the east end, its roof is in the shape of a dome.
Underneath is Lord Colerance's vault. On the north wall of the chancel is a tablet to the memory of the Rev.
James Davies, M. The inscription gives a very high character of the deceased. Within the rails of the communion-table are the tombs of William Bedwell, vicar, fn.
Lady Lucy Colerane, daughter of Henry Earl of Manchester by his wife Lady Catherine Spencer , and wife of Hugh Hare, Baron of Colerane,