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Thomas died in 1665 leaving a daughter, Henrietta Maria. 49) On Cleveland's death in 1667 control of his estates passed to Philadelphia and the equity of redemption to Henrietta Maria, Baroness Wentworth. 53) redeemed some of the encumbrances on her jointure, presumably on Stepney manor, (fn.Pages 19-52A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 11, Stepney, Bethnal Green.Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1998. 1) The Domesday manor was assessed at 32 hides and included most of Stepney parish as constituted in the 13th century, Hackney, a small part of Shoreditch, and large parts of Islington, Hornsey, and Clerkenwell; the 14 hides held in demesne later formed the demesnes of Stepney, Hackney, Harringay, Muswell, and possibly Brownswood manors. 2) By 1086 the bishop, having acquired overlordship of a holding belonging to the canons of St.of pasture, and all rights and royalties including common of pasture, views of frankpledge, courts leet and baron, and other franchises as before except fishing, with the advowsons of the churches of Stepney and Whitechapel, to trustees for William Herbert, known as Lord Montgomery. 61) In 1710 Lord Montgomery sold Stepney to Windsor Sandys, who paid off the mortgages and was lord in 17. Sir George Colebrooke's estates passed in 1809 to his next surviving son Sir James, but Stepney later passed to Belinda, George's only surviving child, and on her marriage to Sir Charles Joshua Smith in 1823 was settled on her husband, herself and their issue with remainder as devised in her will. 69) Under that will the manor passed to her uncle Henry Thomas Colebrooke (d.In 1720 Sandys held the manor in trust for John Eyre, who had inherited the lands of his brother Henry Eyre in 1719 and sold the manor in 1720 to John Wicker the younger, and a mortgagee. 1837), who left it to his son Thomas Edward Colebrooke (d. Under a settlement of 1887 it passed to his son Sir Edward Arthur Colebrooke, (fn. 1939), who left only female heirs, whereupon the barony became extinct. 71) In 1926 the remaining copyholds were converted into freeholds under the Law of Property Act, 1922.