Birth: Before 1317 Farnham, Surrey, UK
Father: William atte Crouche
Death: After 1344
From SN4086 Peasant Land Market in Southern England, 1260-1350:
1341 Farnham, Surrey: Agnes atte Crouche, daughter of William, paid 6d for a plot, 12 perches long and 3 perches wide, to be held for her life in Compton, previously owned by Rose le Baker', daughter of John (who appears to have paid 6d for the same plot - a plot of Lord's waste in Compton 12 perches long and 3 wide in Compton - in the same year).
1344 Farnham, Surrey: Agnes atte Cruch' paid 12d for the surrender of a cottage and curtilage in Crompton', previously owned by Wymark Wyttok' (Whittock).
1347 Farnham, Surrey: Agnes atte Cruch', daughter of Agnes, paid 6d to hold a plot in the Lord's waste in Compton', 4 perches, and 2 perches wide.
1348 Farnham, Surrey: Juliana atte Cruch', daughter of Agnes, paid 3/- for the surrender of two cottages in Compton', previously held by Henry le Grou'e (Grover).
The curtilage is the immediate area surrounding the cottage - its yard or garden. A Perch is the same as 5.5 yards or 16.5 feet