file YM/D/HES/M3/19 - Lease for three lives

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Lease for three lives


  • 28-29 September 1804 (Creation)

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William Jameson of York, gent., of the first part; Thomas Kilvington of Ripon, esq., John Hotham of Osbaldwick, esq., and Isaac Webster of outside Bootham Bar in the suburbs of York, esq., (trustees of the last will of James Lamb, late of York, gent., deceased), of the second part; James Kilvington Lamb of York, esq. (only son and heir of James Lamb), of the third part; Joseph Munby of York, gent., of the fourth part.

Various freehold messuages and closes in York, Claxton, Holtby and Huntington; moiety of the manor of Heslington; various leasehold messuages and closes in Heslington, Dunnington and Heworth; all messuages and lands lately belonging to James Lamb and which were devised in his will to William Withers, Thomas Kilvington and Joseph Buckle.

During the lives of William Wickham, Lamplugh Hird (formerly called Lamplugh Wickham) and Eleanor Wickham; a moiety of the manor of Heslington and certain lands being to the use of William Jameson, and a moiety and certain other lands being to the use of Thomas Kilvington, John Hotham and Isaac Webster.

£982 2s. 4d; 10s.

With a condition that a surrender of the following lands shall be made within one month by Henry Pierson of York, gent., into the hands of the lords of the manor of Heslington; a messuage; a frontstead containing 1 rood 30 poles; New Field Close, containing 6 acres 10 poles; Butthill Close, containing 2 acres 30 poles; Mason Close, containing 3 acres 1 rood 33 poles; Three Cornered Close, containing 3 acres 11 poles; Undergate Field, containing 3 acres 2 roods 20 poles; Ell Close, containing 4 acres 6 poles; Eighteen Acres Close (als. Thornhill Close), containing 16 acres 3 roods 20 poles; an allotment of 10 acres 37 poles awarded to John Wilberfoss when Dunnington common was enclosed; all of which lands are in Dunnington, but are copyhold land and part of the manor of Heslington.


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