Counterpart bargain and sale to Frenchman
Counterpart bargain and sale to Frenchman Anthony Cocke and Moses his son of vacant ground, 43 × 14 ft., outside the Strandgate of Rye under the town wall, between Thomas Radforde’s tenement and the new conduit for a rent of 4d a year. There are two seals, on tags, (1) a cock upon a letter N, with legend LE COQ; and (2) an anchor.
UK – Lewes – East Sussex Record Office
Early modern Period
Politic and military links