- 20 March 1800 (Creation)
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Esther Turner of Sheffield, spinster, and Barbara Turner of Sheffield, spinster, the administratrices of the goods with will annexed of Samuel Turner, late of Sheffield, mercer, deceased, as left unadministered by Margaret Turner his widow and executrix, deceased; Randolph Carleill of Brosterfield, parish of Eyam, Derbs., esq., only son and heir at law of William Carleill, late of Ecclesfield, esq., deceased; Henry Yarburgh of Heslington, esq.; William Umpleby of Heslington, gent.
4 closes at Heslington called Grange Closes, containing together 17a. 3r. 5p., now in the occupation of William Scruton, adjoining the road to Heslington fields to the north, lands of Yarburgh on the east, the road to Heslington on the south, and the Crop Road on the west.
Carleill was now entitled to the £330 with interest, and to the inheritance of the property, to be sold to Yarburgh. The Turners were now the trustees following the death of Samuel Turner (whose will was dated 10 May 1791) and Margaret Turner.
The Turners and Carleill assign the residue of the term to Umpleby, as trustee for Yarburgh, to hold it according to Yarburgh's disposition, and until then to accompany the lands to prevent encumbrance.
Turners covenant for unencumbrance by themselves or their parents.
5s. to Turners from Umpleby.