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Bargain and sale by lease and release

Joseph Ware of Heslington, blacksmith; Henry Yarburgh of Heslington, esq.A messuage, cottage, dwellinghouse, or tenement and garth or parcel of land thereto adjoining and belonging at Heslington, now in Ware's tenure or occupation, being free...

Copy of court roll (manor of Heslington)

Admission of Thomas Cussons, son and heir of William Cussons, deceased, by Elizabeth his wife, following surrender made out of court on 2 March 1740/1 by John Walkington of Heslington, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, she being formerly widow to Wi...

Letter of attorney

Thomas Cussons of Air Street, Piccadilly, Middx., gent.; Euphemia Cussons of Air Street, Middx., spinster.To act in his name in all matters affecting property at Heslington due to him under Chadwick's will.

Copy of court roll (manor of Heslington)

Admission of Charles Carr of Heslington, wheelwright, following surrender made out of court on 11 January 1781 by Henry Myres of York, esq., and alderman, and Richard Hearon of York, tea and china man, as devisees in trust according to the will of...

Copy of court roll (manor of Heslington)

Admission of John Luccock of York, gent., following surrender made out of court on 11 October 1808 by Sarah Scott of York, spinster, mortgagee of the surrendered property, and Thomas Laycock of Armley, clothier, and Mary his wife, as owners of the...

Copy of a receipt and release, dated 24 October 1786

Thomas Champney of Holborn, City of London, surgeon.£200, received from the Rev. Thomas Darcy Nelson, being a legacy bequeathed to Margaret Nelson, now wife of Thomas Champney, in the will of Frances Falkner, late of Boston, Lincs., widow, deceased.

Copies of a receipt, dated 6 January 1794

Robert Warburton, Junior.£505 8s. 6d. received from the Rev. Thomas Darcy Nelson, being a legacy of £500 bequeathed in the will of Frances Falkner of Boston, Lincs., widow + interest.

Copy of court roll (manor of Heslington)

Admission of Nicholas Charles Gold (as trustee for Nicholas Edmund Yarburgh) following surrender made by Francis Carr.Closes of land at Heslington: First Close, containing 4a. 2r. 3p.; Middle Close, containing 3a. 39p.; Long Close, containing 3a. ...

Articles of agreement

William Carr of Heslington, yeoman; Nicholas Edmund Yarburgh of Heslington Hall, esq.Yarburgh is to retain £150 from £840 paid to Carr for 18a. copyhold land in Heslington, as indemnity against charges for annuity of £20 charged on the lands for b...

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