Tandridge Hall “North Hall”
Richard Bostock to his sister Katherine Bostock Fuller:

An inquisition taken in 1553 shortly after Cooke's death shows that he had in 1551 mortgaged the manor to Thomas Bradshaw. (fn. 30) Bradshaw assigned his interest in 1555 to Richard Bostock, (fn. 31) who remained in possession and died without issue in 1612, having previously settled the manor on Bostock Fuller, the son of his sister Katharine, (fn. 32) wife of Richard Fuller or Fulwer of Uckfield in Sussex. (fn. 33) 

 

From: 'Parishes: Tandridge', A History of the County of Surrey: Volume 4 (1912), pp. 321-326. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=43071  Date accessed: 20 December 2008. About this time the manor became known by the name which it has since borne of Tandridge Court, to distinguish it from the manor of Tandridge Priory (q.v.), which had also become the property of Richard Bostock, the two manors being held by the same lord. Bostock Fuller, who was a justice of the peace for Surrey, (fn. 34) died in 1626, having in the previous year settled Tandridge Court on his son Edward on the latter's marriage with Mary Gilbourne. (fn. 35) Edward only lived until 1637, (fn. 36) and, his eldest son John dying under age soon after, (fn. 37) the property passed to his second son Francis Bostock Fuller, afterwards serjeant-at-law, (fn. 38) who held until his death in February 1708. (fn. 39) By the terms of his will the Tandridge estates, which included besides this manor that of the priory and the rectory, were again separated, Tandridge Court passing to his grandson and heir Francis Fuller, (fn. 40) from whom it was purchased in 1712 by William Clayton, (fn. 41) nephew and heir of Sir Robert Clayton, kt., lord of Blechingley and of other lands in Surrey. (fn. 42) 

 

From: 'Parishes: Tandridge', A History of the County of Surrey: Volume 4 (1912), pp. 321-326. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=43071  Date accessed: 20 December 2008


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