Is there a Cudworth Manor?

Snippet of letter from 'Kleng', probably to William Cudworth or descendant, regarding the 'Cudworth Manor', bearing 'damping' information. This letter was found in the Green volume. A typed transcription is adjacent.

Extract of letter re Cudworth or Cudeford Manor Transcription:

M.P. to move for a return of the registered
Common lodging-houses. I don't think anything
of any value has yet been done, because
Budgets & General Elections seem to have
upset people considerably of late. The
M.P. whom we have on our Council has
only just joined us. He is moreover on the
other side, and if we want any work done
inside or outside the House, which could
be done by a member, it is much better
for the association to have one on either
side. --

To turn to your Manor of Cudworth. I found
the following details in Manning's History of
Surrey (Vol II p. 175):-

"Cudworth or Cudeford Manor. The Manor of Cudworth or
Cudeford is a small Manor and farm in this (Newdegate)
parish. 27 Edward I 1299, Hundred (?) of Coppedethorn
(Copthorn). On an Inquisition taken at Cudeford, on the
death of Walter de la Poyle, it was found that he held
of the Abbott of Certesy (?) the site of the Manor of Cudeford
and 50 acres of arable land in the same manor...."

This seems to have descended to a son & grandson
called John de la Poyle, and then to his brother Henry.
"34 Edward III 1361, it was found that Henry de la
Poyle died siezed of certain tenements at Cudeford
in this County, which were held of divers Lords.....
this Henry de la Poyle died in parts beyond the sea in
the 33d of the King, leaving Thomas his son and heir
aged 19. We do not find when it became the property
of the Newdegate family, but it was purchased of
them in 1636 by Mr. Ede." -

You see, all through, Manning uses the name Cudeford
not Cudworth. I haven't yet found out how Walter de
la Poyle got hold of it, or who owned the manor before the
de la Poyles. but the Cudeford alternative is somewhat
damping, isn't it? Regards to all. Yours, Kleng(?)