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Book of Hours

Leaf from Book of Hours containing the Office of the Blessed Mary for Matins during the Advent season. First line 1r: Domine labia mea aperies. First line 1v: Gloria patri et filio : et spiritui sancto.Physical Description: Parchment, slightl...

Copies of court rolls of the manor of Pollington

Copies of court rolls of the manor of Pollington, relating to lands in Balne. 1537, 1547, 1581, and an undated fragment.Admission of John Storr.Surrender of Storr in favour of J. Nowell.Surrender of Nowell in favour of Charles Nowell.

Books of Solomon

Short glosses; containing text from Wisdom 3-4. Possibly written in Germany. First line 1r: no(n) co(n)cidat radix sapientie filii aute(m) adulteror(um) in co(n)suma. First line 1v: liss et spuria vitulanna(m) n(on) dabu(n)t radices alta sines.

Lease, for lives

Thomas Houghton of Houghton, Lancs., esq.; George Covell of [.....] Lancs.Capital messuage called Allston hall, with other properties in Allston, Rudershall, and Elston, Lancs., late in the tenure or occupation of George Browne, esq., deceased, an...

Feoffment

Robert Hanson, late of Newark, shoemaker, and Agnes his wife; William Burgoyne of Balne, gent.Messuage with the lands of William Wentworth of Wentworth to the east and those of William Sergantson to the west, abutting on a road through the middle ...

Feoffment

Robert Hanson and Agnes his wife; Thomas Abney and Thomas Topclyff.Messuage with the lands of William Wentworth of Wentworth to the east and those of William Sergantson to the west, abutting on a road through the middle of the town to the south an...

Feoffment

Robert Wryght of Pollington, and Margaret his wife; William Burgoyne, gent.Part of Wortleylands and Thystyllelands in Balne.For ever.

Feoffment

George Hastynges of Fenwick, esq.; Tristram Legh.Lands in Campsall and Kirk Bramwith which Hastynges lately had of the gift and feoffment of Legh; four closes in Kirk Bramwith and Fenwick, of which one is called Smyth field and the others are call...

Copy of court toll (manor of Pollington)

Admission of Robert Dylcock.4 selions of land containing 3 acres and lying together in the west field of Snaith, with his own lands to the east and those of Robert Cap to the west, abutting on a toft of his to the north and on the road to Dorr to ...

Partition of lands between co-heirs of Guy Hagh

Partition of lands between co-heirs of Guy Hagh (Alice Grayse and Jenett Russeby being both sisters of William Hagh, father of Guy); partition made by John Adam of Heck, Richard Balne, William Medilton, and John Cragge.Alice Grayse, widow; Edward ...

Quitclaim

Alice Graiss, widow; Edward Russeby.Alice Graiss renounces to Edward Russeby all the lands granted to the latter by the above award.

Quitclaim

Thomas Baker, of Ousefleet; Alexander Baker his son, and Alice Parker.Messuage occupying 2 roods, with lands of Robert Haldenby to east, and lands of Henry Bosom, esq., to west, extending from the highway to the River Ouse; 3 acres land, of which ...

Bargain and sale

George Soulby of Ellerton on Swale, gent.; Thomas Abney, merchant, and Margaret his wife.Soulby nominates William Barker, merchant, and Francis Burgh as attorneys.Wit: Thomas Parjour, mayor of York, Robert Whitefelde and Henry Holme, sheriffs of Y...

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