|LR 2/ 222 Survey by John Weykes 14th January 1660/1 ff. 135-151
Grafton All that capital messuage or mansion house consisting of one hall, parlor, kitchen and larder with six chambers over them, also certain other necessary little rooms aboute the house, being built out of the materialls of the ruines of the old house and was formerly the principall seat of the said honor with one brew house and 2 stables of 2 bayes of building with the chambers over them, one dovehouse, 2 courts, one fold yard, one orchard well planted, the town street being south and the churchyard east, 2 more closes called The Gallery and Bowling Green thereunto adjoining 3 acres 2 rods.
Pasture in:- West Church field, East Church field, Old Park, Twieford field, Little Twieford field, alias Holemans ground, The Fennclose, Berryes close, alias Rames close, Little Street Holme meadow, Deans meadow, Long meadow or Long Bosmum, The Mill Hooke, Leach meadow, parcels of land in Dunmores meadow, Flaggy meadow, Gallows meadow.
John Harrison in 1656 did destroy in above mentioned grounds oak and ash that were valued to the king's damage £95