Posted: June 22, 2012 Filed under: Bradbury, Bradley, Buildings, Cattle, Devon, Early, England, Forde, Forde Manor, History, Jane Reynell, Lucy Reynell, Manors, Markets, Markets, Mills, Mills, Newton Abbot, Newton Bushel, Sherbourne Road, Sir Richard Reynell, Sir William Waller, Wool, Wool, Yardes of Bradley | Tags: Forder House, History, Jane Reynell, Lucy Reynell, Sir Richard Reynell, Sir William Waller, William Waller, Wool, Yardes, Yardes of Bradley
William Waller married Jane Reynell, daughter of Sir Richard and Lucy Reynell and inherited Forde House. In the 17th Century a battle took place to gain control of the Market between Sir William Waller and the Yardes of Bradley with the control remaining with the Yardes, showing the importance of wool to the area.
Sir William Waller
Posted: June 20, 2012 Filed under: Bradley, Devon, Early, England, Forde, Forde Manor, Lucy Brandon, Manors, Newton Abbot, Sir Richard Reynell, Wolborough, Wolborough, Wolborough, Wolborough | Tags: Chamberlain of the City of London, City of London, Exchequer, Forde Manor, John Graverock, Lawyer, Lucy Brandon, Newton Abbot, Officer of the Court of Exchequer, Richard Reynell, Sir Richard Reynell, Wolborough Manor
Sir Richard Reynell was a lawyer and officer of the Court of Exchequer and was married to Lucy Brandon, daughter of the Chamberlain of the City of London. By 1610 Sir Richard Reynell acquired Forde Manor from the daughters John Graverock’s daughters who also disposed of the whole of the estate of Wolborough Manor.
Sir Richard Reynell