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Yarburgh Muniments

  • YM
  • fonds
  • c 1312-1964

Family papers, comprising accounts, 1686-1810, including Thomas Yarburgh’s accounts as Receiver of Rents and Revenues for Queen Catherine of Braganza, 1690-1700, account books, 1682-1828, family deeds, 1570-1803, marriage settlements, 1634/5-1782,...

Yarburgh family of Heslington

Lease

Nicholas Yarburgh of Balnehall, Esq.; Sarah Yarburgh of Snaith.1 messuage or tenement in Campsall; 34½ or 35 acres arable, dispersed, at Cowick; 2 closes of meadow or pasture; 12 acres 12 roods meadow at Balne, all now in tenure of George Hudson.F...

Lease

Jamys Yorke, prior of Snaith; Robert Dycocke of Snaith, gent.Alterage of Whitley, hemp and hue of Snaith.For 12 years, at ?20s. per annumThe prior acknowledges that he has already received 2 years' rent.

Bargain and sale

John (Dudley), Earl of Warwick, K.G., Viscount Lisle, Grand Master of the King's Household; Francis Jobson, Kt., and Elizabeth his wife.Grange, farm, tenement and hereditament of Mowethorpe, at Mowethorpe, Yorks, now or late in tenure or occu...

Marriage settlement

Walter Jobson of Brentingham, Esq., Michael Jobson of London gent., his brother and heir apparent; Thomas Yate of Wytney, Oxon., gent., Margaret his wife.Walter Jobson covenants with Yate that Michael Jobson will marry Margaret, Yate's daught...

Recognisance of debt

Walter Jobson of Brantingham, Esq.; Nicholas Waller of Sikehouse, gent., and Nicholas Waller of Bawnehall, gent.In Chancery.Debt of £3000, to be paid by next Christmas; on security of lands throughout England.

Inspeximus, at instance of Walter Jobson, junior

Recites record extracted from Remembrance Rolls, reciting Commission from Elizabeth I (dated 4 January 1570/1) to Brian Stapleton, Esq., and John Jenkyns, Esq., Receivers General of Yorkshire, to examine witnesses on behalf of the crown and Walter...

Letters Patent

Licence to Walter Jobson, Esq., to alienate tithes and half-tithes which he holds in chief of the Crown (except tithes of grain and wheat) in Hecke, Hensall, Pollington, Balne (al. Bawne), Gowdale, Snayth, Cowicke, and Whitley, to Nicholas Waller ...

Articles of agreement

John Padgett of Cowick, butcher; John Latham of Snaith, yeoman.1. Close as above to be conveyed by Padgett to Latham by Lady Day next, in consideration of 1 guinea already paid, and £313 19s. yet to be paid.2. Latham to hand over the remaining £31...

Copy of court roll (manor of Augmentation, Snaith)

Record of the surrender made out of court on 11 January 1721/2 by Mary Dobson of Snaith, to uses of her will.All Dobson's customary lands in the close called Riccard Garth or the Back Garth, in Snaith.Fee for enrollment, 12d.

Bargain and sale, by lease and release

Jonathan Dixon of London, mariner, eldest son and heir at law of Richard Dixon, late of Penrith, Cumb., farmer, and Ann his wife (both deceased), she being daughter and coheir of William Dobson of Kirby Thewer, Westmor., gent., deceased, and thus ...

Correspondence concerning Bell's estate

Correspondence concerning Bell's estate (for the most part addressed from Jos. Railton, Bartholomew Close, London, to T. Mortimer, York; one from Mortimer to Railton; one from John Fretwell to Mortimer). Deals with Bell's title, and dela...

Final concord

Trinity Term .John Wilson, pet.; John Foster and Elizabeth his wife, Joshua Craven and Sarah his wife, Francis Sharp and Ann his wife, and Samuel Priestley and Elizabeth his wife, def.20 acres land, 20 acres meadow, 20 acres pasture in Snaith and ...

Final concord

Trinity Term, 1784.William Layton, pet.; Robert Foster and Mary his wife, def.7 acres land in Snaith.Warranty of title, against the heirs of Robert.£60.

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