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Conveyance

George Dodsworth, of Clifton Grove, nr. York, Esq.; George John Yarburgh, of Heslington Hall, Esq.Messuage of 1 roods 16 poles with 5 closes thereto adjoining called Hoblane Closes, containing 6½ acres, bounded by an Occupation Rd. from York to Wh...

Articles of agreement; to grant an annuity

Margaret Wickham, widow of Henry Wickham of York, esq., deceased; Henry Wickham of Guiseley, clerk (only son of the preceding); Elizabeth Wickham of York, spinster (elder daughter of Henry Wickham, deceased).Refers to the arrangements regarding th...

Surrender of mortgage

Thomas Midgley of Cookridge, esq., and Nicholas Smith of Hunslett Lane, parish of Leeds, esq. (trustees according to indenture dated 6 April 1775 to settle £2700 as therein appointed); Henry Wickham of Cottingley, parish of Bingley, esq.Four messu...

Covenants

Rt. Hon. William Wickham; John Hotham of Osbaldwick, esq., Thomas Kilvington of Ripon, esq., and William Winn of York, gent. (devisees in trust under the will of James Lamb, late of York, gent., deceased), and William Jameson of York, gent.Refers ...

Feoffment

Peter alias Pears Stanley of Womersley, esq., and Hastings Stanley of Womersley, gent.; Jane Yonge of York, widow.Messuage, garden, orchard, 20 acres land, 10 acres meadow, 10 acres pasture, and appurtenances, commonly called Massett lands, late i...

Feoffment

Jane Yonge of York, widow; Peter Stanley of Womersley and Hugh Bethell of Ellerton.Messuage, garden, orchard, 20 acres land, 10 acres meadow, 10 acres pasture, and appurtenances, commonly called Massett lands, late in the tenure of Thomas Thorneto...

Bargain and sale, with feoffment

Robert Stanley of Gray's Inn, Middx., gent.; Nicholas Waller of Sykehouse and Nicholas Waller of Balne Hall, his son and heir apparent, gents.Close called Kings lands, valued at £6 13s. 4d. per annum; close called Long ing, valued at £3 per a...

Articles of agreement

John Bawne of Balne, gent., and Christopher Chester of Fulham, yeoman; Nicholas Waller the younger of Balne Hall, gent.1. By deed of 5 August 1607, Robert Stanley of Gray's Inn, Middx., gent., had covenanted to convey to Bawne and Chester, be...

Letter of attorney

Robert Stanley of Gray's Inn, Middx., esq.; Nicholas Waller of Sykehouse and Nicholas Waller of Balne Hall, gents.For conveyances of lands in Womersley to Robert Fisher of Fulham, William Ellen and Thomas Brogden of Womersley, John Steele of ...

Lease

Nicholas Waller of Sykehouse, gent.; William Bedforth, John Twistleton, William Loveday, and William Turner of Womersley, husbandmen.Close of pasture called Greenacres, containing 40 acres; parcel of meadow called Kitting, containing 3 acres; parc...

Feoffment

John Knapton, Thomas Gedney, Thomas Kirkeman, chaplains; George Soulby, gent., and Isabella his wife.Grantors had the messuage of the gift and feoffment of Robert Shefeld of South Cave, Esq. and Johanna his wife.Wit: John Kent, mayor of York; Rich...

Inquisition post mortem at baronial court

Jurors: John Cooke, William Farrer, William Oughlibridge, Cornelius Dickinson, Robert Wayte, Robert Winder, Abraham Beaumont, Samuel Winder, John Lee, Thomas Hill, Thomas Petty, John Waite, John Mallinson, Thomas Simpson, Robert Newsome, John Clif...

Bargain and sale, with feoffment

John Wheldrake of Hayton, yeoman, and Frances Blanshard of Melbourne, widow, (being son and daughter of George Wheldrake, late of Hayton, carpenter); Mary Hesketh of York, spinster.5s., plus remission of the £40 of principal and interest now outst...

Quitclaim

Edward Steare of Thorne, gent.; John Baxter of Hurst Courtney, yeoman.1 Capital messuage with all appurtenances and other lands in Hensall formerly belonging to William Heyworth, which Edward Steare (father of Francis) had by feoffment of Elizabet...

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