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Assignment of a lease for 3 lives

Thomas Kilvington of Ripon, esq., and Isaac Webster of outside Bootham Bar, in the suburbs of York, esq., of the first part; James Kilvington Lamb of Barker Hill, outside Monk Bar in the suburbs of York, esq., of the second part; Thomas Walker of ...

Assignment of term of years

John Williams of Dover, Kent, mariner, and Elizabeth his wife, and Hester Farthing of St Olave's, Southwark, Surrey, spinster (executors of the will of Susanna Carter, late of St Olave's, Southwark, Surrey, deceased); Edward Taylor of He...

Bargain and sale, with feoffment

John Saile of Kirksmeaton, gent.; Nicholas Waller of Sykehouse, parish of Fishlake, gent.Parcel of meadow or pasture in Kirksmeaton, now in Waller's tenure or occupation, and lately belonging to Roche abbey.

Feoffment, pursuant to Bargain and sale

Bartholomew Fletcher of Norton Priory, gent.; Robert Wilbore of Scrooby, Notts., gent.Moieties of two messuages or tenements at Norton:a. late in tenure or occupation of Margaret Ambler and Edmund Ambler, as set out in indenture of partition betwe...

Partition of estates by lease and release

a. Lease.Charles Yarburgh of Heslington, esq., David Wortley of Shepley Mill, miller, and John Scholefield of Horbury, gent. (devisees and executors in trust for the will of John Fisher, late of Wakefield, gent., deceased), and Sarah Fisher of Wak...

Lease, for life

Sir Richard Houghton of the lee, Lancs., kt.; Gilbert Houghton, one of his younger sons.Messuages in Stanworth with appurtenances - one now in occupation of Sir Richard and formerly in the tenure or occupation of William Olayton; one in the tenure...

Arbitration

George Brown, arbiter, in dispute between Lawrence Wall and John Sergeant on the one part, and John Walkeden the younger, Robert Fraunce, and Robert Walker on the other.Dispute concerned rights to burgage lands, tenements, and hereditaments at Pre...

Amendment of arrangements for payment of annuities

Bartholomew Hesketh of Uplitherland, Lancs., gent.; Thomas Hesketh his brother, of Gray's Inn, Middx., gent.Refers to grants of annuity. Amount of forfeiture for arrears of payment amended to 46s. 8d. per time, with right of distraint.

Covenants, relating to Lease

Thomas Hesketh of Gray's Inn., Middx., gent.; Alexander Molyneux, clerk, parson of the rectory or parish church of Walton, near Liverpool, Lancs.1) Lease may be voided if Molyneux at any time pays or offers 5s. to Hesketh in the presence of a...

Assignment of lease

Thomas Hesketh of Gray's Inn, Middx., gent.; Richard Shuttleworth of Gray's Inn, Middx., gent.Ightenhill park and appurtenances, in Lancs.; field called the Corne Field, with a tenement or messuage therein, parcel of the Duchy of Lancast...

Articles of agreement

Thomas Langton, esq., baron of Newton; Thomas Fleetwood, esq. (Thomas Hesketh and Humphrey Davenport, gents., acting as arbitrators).Agreement required to settle differences concerning bargains and sale made or to be made by Langton of the manors,...

Feoffment

John Bold of North Meccles, Lancs., esq., and Henry Bold, of [......], Middx., younger brother of John; Thomas Hesketh of [Gray's Inn, Middx.], attorney of the court of wards.Burgage, tenement and appurtenances (the rooms being lists) in Pres...

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