- 4-5 January 1781 (Creation)
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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 great nephew and one of the coheirs of James Dobson late of Coleman Street, London, esq., deceased; Wilfred Bell of East Barnet, Herts., farmer.
Dixon's moiety of messuage or tenement formerly called Riccard Garth comprising 1½ acre, Marsh Close identified as abutting on the Ferry Rd. to the east, the allotment of John Simpson on the west, the allotment of Thomas Breasley on the north, and the allotment of John Woodham on the south, having been allotted to James Dobson by the enclosure for the common rights of the messuage.
Covenants include that Dixon will gain admission as tenant, and then surrender lands to Bell's use, or as directed.