Assistance required, from way back !!

A Reynolds or Raynolds farm in Shopland

Hi, 

I am trying to find information on an area of land in Shopland referred to as Reynolds or Raynolds. It was originally owed by a man in Prittlewell who gifted it to the Jesus guild, St Mary's Church Prittlewell in the 1400s. When the dissolution came around the land was taken by the crown.

There is a reference to it being a farm:

Title:

Deeds of land in Shopland, Southchurch, Prittlewell, Great and Little Wakering, Ashingdon, Hockley, South Fambridge and Hawkwell

Level: Category

Miscellaneous

Level: Fonds

DEEDS OF ESSEX PARISHES

Scope and Content:

Farm called Reynolds alias Raynolds and land (160 acres) in Shopland, Southchurch, Prittlewell, Great and Little Wakering, farm called Rownsesall alias Rownsevalles and Cattlyns Land alias Cattelands (90 acres) in Ashingdon, Hockley, Hawkwell and South Fambridge
Includes bond assigned on marriage between George Clark of South End in Prittlewell and Hannah Parsons of North Shoebury Hall, 1810

Dates of Creation:

1718, 1810

Extent:

3 items

 

Do you know of any further information on this piece of land and its possible location?

Thanks,

Kind regards,

Laura 

 

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Hi, 

Thank you for your help.

I have actually found the answer to my enquiry now. The name of the farm changed to Fox Hall. It was in a book on the history of the Rochford Hundred.

Kind regards,

Laura

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By Laura Adkins
On 02/12/2019
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