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Copy of court roll (manor of Heslington)

Admission of John Pool of Heslington, wheelwright, following surrender made out of court on 7 January 1818 by William Cooper of Heslington, yeoman.A cottage and garth in Heslington, lately occupied by Robert Turner and now in the occupation of Wil...

Surrender, out of court (manor of Heslington)

Robert Penty of Heslington, joiner; George John Yarburgh of Heslington Hall, esq.The copyhold lands comprising cottage or tenement with workshops, buildings and gardens, contiguous to and behnd the same.£425.

Surrender out of court (manor of Heslington)

Samuel William Lee of Heslington, farmer, Robert Kay of Heslington, coachman, and Sarah Charlton of Heslington, widow, trustees according to the will of John Charlton, late of Heslington, gent., deceased, Sarah being also tenant for life of the pr...

Final concord

Within 8 days of Michaelmas, 1562.Thomas Hesketh, esq., attorney in the Queen's court of Wards and Liveries, and Julia, his wife, quer.; Richard Eyms, gent., def.1 messuage, 1 barn, 2 gardens, 1 orchard; all in the suburbs of York.£60.


Margaret Ramsden of Hull, widow, Robert Horner of York, alderman, and William Ramsden of Hull, merchant, of the first part; Thomas Hesketh of Heslington, esq., of the other part.5 closes in the manor of Heslington called the Fogg Closes, containin...

2 parts of a final concord

Within 15 days of Easter, 1822.William Thompson, gent., plt.; Thomas Walker and Mary, his wife, def.A moiety of all tithes due to the prebend of Ampleforth from Heslington and Fulford.£200.

Copy and translation of a grant by Letter Patent

Copy and translation of a grant by Letter Patent, dated 11 May 43 Elizabeth I [1601], produced as evidence in the case of the Mayor and Commonalty of the City of York v Henry Yarburgh, esq., in the King's Bench [c.1795].The Crown, of the firs...

Lease for a year (release missing)

Henry Wickham of York, esq., and Margaret, his wife, Henry Wickham of Guiseley, clerk, son and heir of the former, and Elizabeth and Annabella Wickham, both of York, spinsters, daughters of Henry Wickham the Elder, of the first part; The Hon. Thom...


Thomas Walker of Heslington, esq., of the first part; Leonard Ash Key of Strensall, esq., of the second part; James Kilvington Lamb, late of Barker Hill in the suburbs of York, but now of Dunnington Lodge, esq., of the third part.One moiety of the...

Bond as collateral security

Thomas Walker of Heslington, esq.; John Raper, Thomas Swann, John William Clough, Robert Swann, Henry Bland and John Lamplugh Raper, all of York, bankers and co-partners in the firm of Raper, Swann and Co.£2,600.

Copy of court roll (manor of Heslington)

Admission of Henry Carter of Cranbourne, Dorset, joiner, as brother and heir of Agathocles Carter of Olave, Surrey, feltmaker, deceased.A messuage and ½ oxgang land at Heslington.Andrew Carter, esq., had died three years ago, Agathocles Carter his...

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