|Coopers Arms St. John's Crowborough Town Crowborough|
|before 1609||Manor record||John Alfrey surrendered JS, but remains tenant.||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
|1609||Manor record||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
Formed by partition of Le Moore, 8 acres assart
|1609 to 1650||Manor record||John Swanne admit.1633 license to let,fine 12d.1650 surrendered to TS.||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
|1633||Manor record||Cottage, 2 ½ acres; copy||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
|1650||Manor record||Tenement/cottage, barn, 2 acres.||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
|1650 to 1671||Manor record||Thomas Swanne son admit,fine 20/-.1671 surrendered self and others.||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
|1671 to 1697||Manor record||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
Thomas Swanne,assigns then wife Elizabeth admit.1692 deceased,heriot juvenna compo 15/-.1697 Elizabeth deceased.
|1697 to 1697||Manor record||Thomas Swan eldest son admit,relief 2d.1697 surrendered EE.||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
|1697 to 1705||Manor record||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
Edward Eversfeild of Tunbridge tanner admit,fine 44/- .1702 surrendered to uses.1705 mortgage William ffamm of Frant yeoman £36/15/- .1705 surrendered JC.
|1705 to 1715||Manor record||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
John Chambers of Withyham farmer admit,fine £5/10/- .1713 mortgage Zachary Skinner of Fletching yeoman £42.1715 deceased,heriot ox compo 40/- .
|1715 to 1741||Manor record||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
Thomas Chambers son admit,relief 2d.1723 mortgage Sir Thomas Wiseman Bart £42.1727 who claims on surrender to TW.1736 mortgage William Baker innholder of Wych Cross £42.1741 surrendered RJ,heriot steer compo 50/-.mpo 50/-.
|1741||Manor record||Grubbars||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
|1741 to 1764||Manor record||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
Rebecca Jeffe of Chiddingstone spinster admit,fine 65/- .1755 John Uridge and wife Rebecca mortgage Thomas Roberts of Withyham husbandman £40.1764 surrendered DR.
|1764 to 1795||Manor record||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
David Roberts of Buxted husbandman admit,fine £4.1791 surrendered to will.1791 license to let to Samuel Nelson of Withyham farmer,fine 7/- .1795 deceased.
|1795 to 1811||Manor record||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
Mary Sales of Rotherfield niece daughter of brother William Roberts admit by husband Joseph Sales,fine £6/6/- .1811 surrendered MB £250,heriot compo £4/4/-.
|1811 to 1818||Manor record||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
Moses Borer of Withyham farmer admit,fine £4/4/- .1814 surrendered to will.1818 surrendered WB by love and affection..
|1818 to 1821||Manor record||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
William Borer of Withyham yeoman son admit and surrendered to will.1821 mortgage James Ashby of Rotherfield miller £100.1833 satis.1821 surrendered JB £150.
|1821 to 1833||Manor record||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
John Borer of Mayfield butcher admit,fine £8/8/- and sur to will.1833 surrendered GW £150,heriot very old pony compo £2.
|1833 to 1834||Manor record||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
George Wallis of Crowborough gent admit,fine £5/5/-.1834 deceased,heriot cow compo 30/-.
|1835 to 1852||Manor record||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
George Wallis eldest son admit by Andrew Wallis,relief 2d.1852 he now of 65 Elizabeth St Toronto by George Frederick Abraham attorney surrendered JPW.no pecuniary consideration.
|1843||Manor record||Tithe map pt.nos.72/76||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
|1852 to 1919||Manor record||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
Joseph Phinique Wallis of Withyham farmer admit by GFA,fine £8.1853 mortgage Samuel Waters of Sevenoaks servant £100.1854 satis.1854 mortgage Amos Fenner of Sevenoaks shopkeeper £100.1864 satis.1864 mortgage Ann Emma??
|1864||Manor record||2 cottages.||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor||1872||Manor record||Coopers Arms, cottage, house and barn 4 acres.||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor||c 1875||Part of the 6 inch to 1 mile map of Sussex produced in 1875 by Ordnance Survey||Coopers Arms||3rd Apr 1881||Census||Joseph Wallis, M, Head, married, age 57, born France; occupation Innkeeper and farmer||Joseph Wallis||Coopers Arms Inn||1881 Census|
|3rd Apr 1881||Census||Sophia Wallis, F, Wife, married, age 49, born Withyham||Sophia Wallis [Hoath]||3rd Apr 1881||Census||Clara Wallis, F, Daughter, single, age 17, born Withyham; occupation Barmaid||Clara Wallis||3rd Apr 1881||Census||Alfred Wallis, M, Son, age 16, born Withyham; occupation Barman||Alfred Wallis||3rd Apr 1881||Census||Reginald Wallis, M, Son, age 13, born Withyham; occupation Barman||Reginald Wallis||3rd Apr 1881||Census||Bertha Wallis, F, Daughter, age 11, born Withyham; occupation Scholar||Bertha Wallis||3rd Apr 1881||Census||Laura Wallis, F, Daughter, age 9, born Withyham; occupation Scholar||Laura Wallis||3rd Apr 1881||Census||Eva Wallis, F, Daughter, age 5, born Withyham||Eva Wallis||5th Apr 1891||Census||Joseph Wallis, M, Head, married, age 68, born France; occupation: Farmer and Innkeeper||Joseph Wallis||Coopers Arms Inn, St. John's Lane||1891 Census|
|5th Apr 1891||Census||Sophia Wallis, F, Wife, married, age 60, born Withyham, Sussex||Sophia Wallis||5th Apr 1891||Census||Clara Wallis, F, Daughter, single, age 27, born Withyham, Sussex; occupation: Barmaid||Clara Wallis||5th Apr 1891||Census||Reginald Wallis, M, Son, single, age 23, born Withyham, Sussex; occupation: Farmer's son||Reginald Wallis||5th Apr 1891||Census||Bertha Wallis, F, Daughter, single, age 21, born Withyham, Sussex; occupation: Barmaid||Bertha Wallis||5th Apr 1891||Census||Laura Wallis, F, Daughter, single, age 19, born Withyham, Sussex; handicap: Imbecile||Laura Wallis||5th Apr 1891||Census||Eva Wallis, F, Daughter, single, age 15, born Withyham, Sussex; occupation: Scholar||Eva Wallis||1898||Manor record||Le Moore, Coopers Arms, cott and house, stabling||Duddleswell Manor|
Formed by partition of Le Moore, 2 acres old assart.
|1898||Manor record||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
Partition to form Le Moore, Coopers Arms, cott and house, stabling - Butlers cottage remains, Inn S, Field W, Rd E, Cott N. by apportionment 0.5d annual rent
|1898 to 1906||Manor record||Le Moore, Coopers Arms, cott and house, stabling||Duddleswell Manor|
Arthur Cecil Beeman of High St Southover brewer admit,fine £80. 1906 enfranchised.
|c 1899||Part of the 6 inch to 1 mile map of Sussex produced in 1899 by Ordnance Survey||Coopers Arms||1906||Manor record||Enfranchised.||Le Moore, Coopers Arms, cott and house, stabling||Duddleswell Manor||1919||Manor record||Le Moore||Duddleswell Manor|
Edward Alfred Wallis of Coopers Arms Withyham licenced victualler and Alfred Hoath of Moorlands Friars Gate farmer and surveyor trustees admit by probate,William Sandals gent attorney,fine £9.