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Reference WYL230
Covering dates 12th century-1980
Held by West Yorkshire Archive Service, Leeds
Extent 18 subfonds
Archival history Former Owner: Major Sir Joslan Ingilby, Bart.,Ripley Castle, Harrogate.
The collection was made available to the Committee by the former owner, Sir Joslan Ingilby, and was listed by Miss C.A. Murdoch, the Committee's archivist.
Source of acquisition Purchased 1995 with assistance of V and A grant; National Art Collections Fund; friends of the National Libraries and others.
Creators Ingilby family, Baronets, of Ripley Castle, Ripley, West Riding of Yorkshire
Arrangement ARRANGEMENT OF MEDIEVAL CHARTERS
YORKSHIRE:
BESWICK 1
BEVERLEY 2 - 4
BISHOP THORNTON 5 - 6
BLUBBERHOUSES 7
BROMPTON 8
CLINT 9 - 10
COPMANTHORPE 11
FOUNTAINS ABBEY 12 - 13
HESSLE 14
HUTTON WANDESLEY AND MARSTON 15
JERVAULX ABBEY 16
KEXBROUGH 17 - 18
KILLINGWICK (KILNWICK) (E.R.) 19
KIRKBY OVERBLOW 20 - 21
LITTLE HOUGHTON 22
MASHAM 23
MILN HOUSES (DARFIELD) 24
MOUNT GRACE PRIORY 25
NORTH DEIGHTON 26 - 164
RIPLEY 165 - 231
RIPON 232
SNAINTON (N.R.) 233 - 234
SPROATLEY (E.R.) 235
STAINTON 236
STOCKTON 237
SWINTON 238 - 239
THORP 240
TRANBY (E.R.) 241
WEETON 242
YORK 243 - 246
LINCOLNSHIRE AND ESSEX:
BRINKHILL 247
NOCTON 248
POTTER HANWORTH 249 - 253
WEST TILBURY, ESSEX 254
YORKSHIRE:
ADDINGHAM 255
ARKENDALE 256
BARTON (N.R.) 257 - 258
BICKERTON 259
BILTON AND HARROGATE 260 - 264
BISHOP MONKTON 265
BISHOPSIDE 266 - 273
BISHOP THORNTON 274 - 356
BISHOPTON 357
BRANTINGHAM (E.R.) 358
BREARTON 359 - 360
BROMFLEET (E.R.) 361 - 363
CATFOSS 364 - 365
CLIFTON WITH NORWOOD 366 - 367
CLINT 368 - 432
COLLINGHAM 433 - 435
DACRE WITH BEWERLEY 436 - 735
FOXHOLES (E.R.) 736
HALTON GILL 737
HARTWITH WITH WINSLEY 738 - 758
HAVERAH PARK 759 - 782
HESSLE (W.R.) 783
KILLINGHALL 784 - 802
KIRKBY MALZEARD (W.R.) AND THIRSK (N.R.) 803 - 811
KNARESBOROUGH 812 - 815
LEEDS 816 - 823
MALHAM 824
MARKINGTON 825
MARSTON 826
NEWBY 827
NEWLAND (E.R.) 828 - 832
NORTH AND SOUTH CAVE (E.R.) 833 - 837
NORTH DEIGHTON 838 - 993
OULSTON (N.R.) 994 - 1003
RIPLEY 1004 - 1077
RIPON 1078 - 1082
SALTMARSHE (E.R.) 1083
SOUTH STAINLEY 1084 - 1164
SPOFFORTH 1165 - 1179
SPROATLEY (E.R.) 1180 - 1181
THRUSCROSS 1182 - 1189
WELBURY (N.R.) 1190 - 1192
WETHERBY 1193
YORK 1194 - 1195
VARIOUS 1196 - 1256
LINCOLNSHIRE AND NOTTINGHAMSHIRE
ADDLETHORPE AND INGOLDMELLS 1257 - 1264
BRINKHILL 1265 - 1284
EAST KEAL 1285
HAGWORTHINGHAM 1286 - 1303
HILL DYKE 1304 - 1311
SKIRBECK 1312
THEDDLETHORPE 1313
WELLINGORE 1314
EAST RETFORD (NOTTS.) 1315
VARIOUS (LINCS.) 1316 - 1336
Supplementary information The Ingilby records were first described in an appendix to the Sixth Report of the Historical Manuscripts Commission, which included items 16, 25, 54, 169, 171, 2959, 2963, 2972, 2973, 3018 and 3101 in this calendar. Other manuscripts reported then have since passed to the British Museum and elsewhere. For HMC Report see item 3814.
Bibliography W.T. Lancaster used some of the earlier documents for his 'Early History of Ripley and the Ingilby Family' (John Whitehead and Son, 1918) which traces the family history to the early seventeenth century and also deals with the Roos family of North Deighton. Later, Mrs. Blanche Tempest worked intensively through many of the medieval charters and later deeds and her notes remain with the records (No. 3840).

Administrative history:
The Ingilbys have lived at Ripley since the mid-fourteenth century, when Thomas de Ingleby, a justice of the King's Bench, married an heiress whose name is in doubt. At this period, the bulk of their estates seem to have been in the North Riding but in the reign of Elizabeth Sir William Ingilby sold a good deal of property and thereafter the family acquired the West Riding estates which are mainly documented in the family records. The first baronetcy was created in 1642.
Descent seems to have been from father to son until 1618 when Sir William Ingilby died without issue and was succeeded by his nephew William, son of his brother Sampson. Sir John Ingilby who died in 1772 was succeeded by his illegitimate son John, who was created baronet in 1781. He married Elizabeth Amcotts, bringing the Lincolnshire estates into the family. Their son, Sir William Amcotts Ingilby, also died without issue and the estates passed to his cousin Rev. Henry John Ingilby, created baronet in 1866.

Contents:
MEDIEVAL CHARTERS: YORKSHIRE WYL230/1 - 246
MEDIEVAL CHARTERS: LINCOLNSHIRE AND ESSEX WYL230/247 - 254
TITLE DEEDS: YORKSHIRE WYL230/255 - 1256
TITLE DEEDS: LINCOLNSHIRE AND NOTTINGHAMSHIRE WYL230/1257 - 1336
MANORIAL:
ARMLEY WYL230/1337
BEWERLEY WYL230/1338 - 1339
DACRE WYL230/1340 - 1579
NORTH DEIGHTON WYL230/1580 - 1604
RIPLEY WYL230/1605 - 1625
SHEFFIELD WYL230/1626 - 1627
BRINKHILL (LINCS.) WYL230/1628 - 1647
GENERAL WYL230/1648 - 1649
YORKSHIRE AND GENERAL ESTATE PAPERS:
MISCELLANEOUS WYL230/1650 - 1705
CORRESPONDENCE WYL230/1706 - 1763
FILES WYL230/1764 - 1807
ACCOUNTS WYL230/1808 - 1952
BILLS AND RECEIPTS WYL230/1953 - 1984
LABOUR AND WAGES WYL230/1985 - 2012
LAND TAX WYL230/2013 - 2018
LEASES WYL230/2019 - 2161
TENANCY WYL230/2162 - 2325
RENTALS WYL230/2326 - 2446
SURVEYS AND VALUATIONS WYL230/2447 - 2498
MAPS AND PLANS WYL230/2499 - 2539
SALE PARTICULARS AND PLANS WYL230/2540 - 2544
BUILDING, ALTERATIONS, ETC. WYL230/2545 - 2566
ENCLOSURE WYL230/2567 - 2615
GAME WYL230/2616 - 2634
MILLS WYL230/2635 - 2649
MINERALS WYL230/2650 - 2687
TITHES WYL230/2688 - 2823
WOOD WYL230/2824 - 2853
LINCOLNSHIRE ESTATE PAPERS:
MISCELLANEOUS WYL230/2854 - 2860
CORRESPONDENCE WYL230/2861 - 2878
FILES WYL230/2879 - 2884
ACCOUNTS WYL230/2885 - 2886
LEASES AND TENANCY WYL230/2887 - 2898
RENTALS WYL230/2899 - 2907
SURVEYS AND VALUATIONS WYL230/2908 - 2914
MAPS AND PLANS WYL230/2915 - 2918
ENCLOSURE WYL230/2919 - 2928
SALE OF ESTATES WYL230/2929 - 2933
LOCAL AND NATIONAL AFFAIRS:
OFFICIAL WYL230/2934 - 2952
ELECTIONS (LINCS. AND NOTTS.) WYL230/2953 - 2958
MISCELLANEOUS NATIONAL AFFAIRS WYL230/2959 - 2965
ARMY WYL230/2966 - 2971
MILITIA AND LOCAL DEFENCE WYL230/2972 - 2978
ECCLESIASTICAL WYL230/2979 - 3016
TAXATION AND RATING WYL230/3017 - 3031
POOR LAW ADMINISTRATION WYL230/3032 - 3061
SCHOOLS AND CHARITIES WYL230/3062 - 3082
ROADS, RAILWAYS AND CANALS WYL230/3083 - 3096
KNARESBOROUGH FOREST WYL230/3097 - 3106
MISCELLANEOUS LOCAL AFFAIRS WYL230/3107 - 3116
RIPLEY FAIR AND MARKET WYL230/3117 - 3122
LEGAL PAPERS WYL230/3123 - 3258
LEGAL PAPERS: LINCS. WYL230/3259 - 3271
HOUSEHOLD PAPERS AND ACCOUNTS WYL230/3272 - 3286
FAMILY RECORDS:
GRANTS OF ARMS AND TITLES WYL230/3287 - 3292
INQUISITIONS, WARDSHIP AND LIVERY WYL230/3293 - 3303
PARDONS WYL230/3304 - 3307
CIVIL WAR WYL230/3308 - 3312
DEEDS AND SETTLEMENTS WYL230/3313 - 3401
WILLS AND INVENTORIES WYL230/3402 - 3436
EXECUTORSHIP PAPERS WYL230/3437 - 3449
TRUSTEESHIP AND STEWARDSHIP WYL230/3450 - 3516
PERSONAL ACCOUNTS AND BILLS WYL230/3517 - 3533
BONDS AND RECOGNIZANCES WYL230/3534 - 3541
CORRESPONDENCE WYL230/3542 - 3589
JOURNALS AND COMMONPLACE BOOKS WYL230/3590 - 3602
COLLECTIONS WYL230/3603 - 3616
MISCELLANEOUS WYL230/3617 - 3622
AMCOTTS FAMILY RECORDS
DEEDS AND SETTLEMENTS WYL230/3623 - 3642
WILLS WYL230/3643 - 3644
CORRESPONDENCE WYL230/3645 - 3650
WARDSHIP IN LUNACY WYL230/3651
LITERARY AND ARTISTIC WYL230/3652 - 3680
ANTIQUARIAN AND GENEALOGICAL WYL230/3681 - 3840
MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS WYL230/3841 - 3854
MISCELLANEOUS PRINTED MATTER WYL230/3855 - 3871
ADDITIONAL MATERIAL
ADDITIONAL WYL230/Acc2662/1-17
ADDITIONAL WYL230/Acc2922/1-49
ADDITIONAL WYL230/Acc3061/1-19
ADDITIONAL WYL230/Acc3978/1-49
ADDITIONAL WYL230/Acc4080/1-34



MEDIEVAL CHARTERS: YORKSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

BESWICK  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/1  27 Nov 1458

Contents:
From Henry London of Beverley, gent., to Thomas Wilton, Thomas Gedney, Thomas Kirkman, William Welles, clerks, and William Welles, gent., of all his lands, rents and services in Beswick and Newton, except the lands which he and Elizabeth his wife lately had of the gift of Stephen Wilton, clerk, William Gunnays, John Wilton and Peter Lund in Beswick, on condition that they refeoff these lands whenever they are required to do so by him during his life or his heirs after his death, and that they pay Margaret London his sister an annual rent of 6s 8d for 10 years after his death.
Witnesses: William Gunnays, John Wilton, William Person, Robert Porter, John Raylay of Beswick.
27 Nov. 37 Henry VI (1458)
Seal: 5 red wax seals on tags, (1) IEW (2) crowned B (3) T (4) indistinguishable (5)?

BEVERLEY  [no ref. or date]

Copy, issued under the seal of the commissary court of York, of the will of William de Scordeburgh of Beverley, son of Sir Robert de Scordeburgh  WYL230/2  29 Jun 1398

Contents:
Made 20 Feb.1370/71, mentioning property in Beverley, and bequests to the Church of St.Mary of Beverley and the preaching friars of Beverley.
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/3  20 Dec 1454

Contents:
From Henry Tolle of Beverley to Margaret Abraham of the same of a piece of land in Beverley, at one time built, lying outside the south Bar next the highway leading to the Humber on the south, as is more fully contained in older charters.
Witnesses: William White, John Wodd, Thomas Buteler of Beverley.
Given there 20 Dec. 1454.
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/4  10 Nov 1492

Contents:
From Johanna Cokerell daughter and heir of Richard Cokerell in her pure virginity to Alexander Smythley or Smyth of Beverley, gent., of a garden in Beverley lying in Laithgate above the corner of a vennel called Goodcheplane, as far as Alexander's land on the south, and in length from the street of Laithgate in the west to the land belonging to the great Gild of the Blessed Mary the Virgin of Beverley on the east.
Witnesses (endorsed): William Hundesley, chaplain, John Gamell, chaplain, William Sergeandson, mercer, John Grayson, weaver, John Dove, potter.
10 Nov.8 Henry VII (1492)
Seal: missing.

BISHOP THORNTON  [no ref. or date]

Grant  WYL230/5  Late 13th cent ?

Contents:
From Lady Johanna de Thornton to William de Rippelai of reasonable estover in the wood called Mirestoch to fence, burn or build 'in dominica curia sua de Thornton' which he holds of Johanna in the same vill by view of her foresters or if Johanna's foresters are not found, by view of 2 lawful men of Thornton.
Witnesses: Wymer de Layburn, Alan de Crakal, Geoffrey de Hoton, Robert de Dichton, Walter Serjeant of Deighton, Nigel son of Nigel, Henry de Deighton, John clerk of the same.
Seal: missing.

Defeasance of a bond  WYL230/6  1 Apr 1416

Contents:
From Richard Award of Ripon, chaplain, and Robert Barbour of Ripley to John Wallerthwate of Ripon, barker, and Robert Wallerthwate of the same in 24 marks, if John and Robert can use the barks of oaks in Thornton Wode in the place called Voley which Thomas Ingleby bought from the Archbishop of York, and carry them away, during the time that Ingleby holds the licence, provided that they do not cut down any trees except in the season which is best for the craft of tanning.
Witnesses: John Whixley, John Donnyg, John Braby(?) Thomas Suetyng, Nicholas Gute.
Given at Ripon 1st April 4 Henry V (1416)
Indenture form.
Seal: small, round, red wax, on tag; slot for 2nd tag.

BLUBBERHOUSES  [no ref. or date]

Lease  WYL230/7  19 Mar 1474

Contents:
From Robert the Prior and the Convent of Bridlington to Thomas Bekwyth of Clint, son of Thomas Bekwyth of 'fermehold and lyvelode' of their lordship of Blubberhouses with all appurtenances and profits except felling of wood for 8 years, giving the prior and convent an annual rent of £7 14s 10d and fees of 20 shillings, cloths for gowns for the prior 'when he gives clothing to his fermours', providing food, drink, and fodder when any of the brothers visits Blubberhouses, keeping manor place and other houses in repair, and not felling wood without the special licence of the prior. Richard ..(?) and Roger F..(?) bind themselves in £10 to be paid to the prior if Thomas Bekwyth defaults.
Given at Bridlington 19 March 1474.
Indenture form. In English
(Stained)
Seals: missing. 2 Tags.

BROMPTON  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/8  c1210-50

Contents:
From Stephen son of Simon to Thomas son of Geoffrey of ½ a bovate of land with appurtenances in the territory of Brompton, lying south (propinquior soli), of the 2 bovates held by William son of Wynot 'rendering 2 shillings annually for all services even forinsec service belonging to ½ a bovate in the fee where 3 bovates of land defend 4 bovates.
Witnesses: Sir Philip son of John, High de Ulveshan, Robert de Arundell, Alan de Ruclon' (?) Alexander son of Geoffrey, Martin de Brumton, Thomas de Boleton, John de Uckerby.
Seal: missing.

CLINT  [no ref. or date]

Quitclaim  WYL230/9  16 Apr 1387

Contents:
From William Robynson of Birtwath (Birthwaite?) to John Schut of Knaresburgh of one messuage and 6 acres in the vill of Clint called Tomlynflatt and all other lands which John bought from Thomas Jacson of Minskip and Tilla his wife.
Witnesses: John de Ingleby lord of Ripley, Master William de Tanfeld rector of same place, Adam de Berwyht, Richard Brenand of Knaresburgh, John son of same Richard.
Given at Ripley 16 April 10 Ric. II (1387)
Seal: red wax, broken.

Feoffment  WYL230/10  24 Apr 1463

Contents:
From William Meese, kinsman (cognatus) and heir of Thomas Meese, chaplain, and son and heir of John Meese late of Minskip next Boroughbridge to Robert Bekwyth of Broxholme, vill of Clint, of a messuage and 6 acres in the vill of Clint, between Doblonyng and a certain close of John Atkynson's and commonly called Thomlyn Flatt. Witnesses: Thomas Bekwyth of Clint, William Bekwyth his eldest son, John Vavasour esq., William Bekwyth son of John Bekwyth of Clint, and William Ryplay.
Given at Clint 24 April 3 Edward IV (1463)

COPMANTHORPE  [no ref. or date]

Inspeximus by Roger the dean and chapter of St. Peter of York of the charters of Ralf the chaplain of Fountains.  WYL230/11  c1220-1233

Contents:
(1) Notification by Master H. rector and the brethren of the hospital of St. Peter of York that they are bound to maintain a chaplain to celebrate at the altar of St. Edmund in the Church of St. Leonard and paying him 20 shillings a year and providing 4 pounds of wax a year to light the same altar, out of the rent given by Ralf of Fountains to provide the aforesaid matters. Ralf had also given for God and St. Edmund a silver chalice, 2 silver cruets, the book, vestments and ornaments pertaining to the altar.
Witnesses: Sir H. the treasurer etc.
(2) Feoffment from master Hugh rector of the hospital of St. Peter of York and the brethren to Ralf chaplain of Fountains of ½ a carucate of land in the territory of Copmanthorpe with tofts and crofts and the common pasture of the same village; the same ½ carucate given by Thomas de Kamera at Ralf's request and confirmed by John Malebisse for 100 shillings given him by Ralf. Ralf to render annually ½ a mark of silver to provide a pittance on St. Edmund's day for the sick of the infirmary and for the souls of Ralf and his ancestors and successors.
Witnesses: John Malebisse etc.
(3) Feoffment from Master Hugh and the brethren to Isoude, foster-daughter of Ralf, of the same ½ carucate of land, one mark to be paid annually - 40 pence in the name of ferm, ½ a mark for a pittance for the sick of the infirmary on St. Edmund's day, 40 pence on same day for the brethren, clerks and chaplains in hall and for the soul of Ralf, his ancestors and successors.
Addition at foot that if Isoude dies without children, William or Alexander shall make satisfaction to Ralph from their money, and hold the land.
(4) Start of notification from Isoude, of Copmanthorpe. The rest of the charter has been cut off.
Seal on tag, badly broken, standing figure. Possibly once detached from document.

FOUNTAINS ABBEY  [no ref. or date]

Fragment of memorandum  WYL230/12  Late 13 - 14th century
Language:  French

Contents:
Concerning a gift to Fountains from Henry de Quallay and Eleanor his wife, the obligation of John Mareschall to grind corn at mill of....., the Grange of Aldburgh and the town of Swinton.
Ondorse Fragment of memorandum concerning the abbot of Fountains, 'Sire Rauff' and certain tenements, place not stated.
Attached Copy deed by which Roger de Mowbray grants Huthred son of Dofin the land of his grandfather Godpatric de Ilketon to him and his heirs and the heirs of Turgisso, for a quarter of a knight's fee.

Brief extracts from Fountains Abbey charters  WYL230/13  14th century

One gathering of 7 folios, possibly once part of larger book.


Related information: Some extracts appear in greater detail in Vyner MS 5384.

Contents:
Concerning Aldeburgh, Swinton, Warder Marske, Ilketon, Thorpe Green, Caldwell, Aldwark, Hutton, Myldeby, Ethelingthorp, Givendale, Skelton, Hewic, Dishford.

HESSLE  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/14  20 Nov 1298

Contents:
From John Hulm of Hessle to Robert son of John de Newton of the same of one toft in the vill of Hessle lying in width between the common way on the east and the toft of David de Kawod on the west, rendering a clove of spice at Christmas.
Witnesses: John le Harper, John le Moyne, David de Kawode, John de Midelton, William Berri, John de Blamer, Robert de Hull,clerk.
Given at Hessle Thursday before the feast of St.Catherine (20 Nov.) 1298.
Seal: Missing.

HUTTON WANDESLEY AND MARSTON  [no ref. or date]

Quitclaim  WYL230/15  22 Nov 1299

Contents:
From William de Merston in the wapentake of Ainsty, knight, to William called le Spenser, once his servant at Marston, of the toft and 3 bovates of land with appurtenances in the vill and territory of Hutton Wandesley near Marston with all escheats when they occur, which he brought from Robert son and heir of Adam son of Bertram de Staneton in the same vill and field of Hutton; together with the bovate which he bought from Thomas Alewais of the fee of Sir John de Crepping in Hutton Wandesley; and with that bovate of land which he bought from Thomas Alewais in Marston; and the toft and croft which he bought from John son Thomas Alewais senior in Marston lying between the toft and croft which Yvo de Milington once held and the toft and croft which Henry le Pinder once held in the same vill; and above Thuwerlandis west of Marston ½ a rood lying nearer Heuidland stretching in length from the highway leading from Marston to the mill of the lord abbot as far as the toft held by Ralph Tintot; and the ½ acre of land he bought from Richard Layfig (?) and Orpham his wife in the north field of Marston lying in the place called Southecott Landes between the land of the lord abbot in the south and the land of Hugh Heverard in the north; and the selion in the same field which he bought from Alice the relict of Robert Almot lying between the land of Henry le Frances nearer the sun and the land formerly of Ranulph Almot farther from the sun; and the ½ acre of land which he bought from Thomas Air at Harstain between the culture of the lord abbot in the north and the land once of Richard de Merston in the south; and the ½ acre of land he bought from William del Northende lying between the land of William de Benigburg in the north and the land of the lord prior of Healaugh Park in the south, rendering 40 shillings annually to William de Merston to maintain a priest to celebrate in his chapel at Marston, 4 shillings annually to John de Crepping, 4 lbs of wax annually to the altar in the chapel at Hutton Wandesley built in the name of St. Cuthbert and due services to the chief lord of the fee for all exactions.
Witnesses: Sirs John de Bella Aqua, Simon de Kyme, John de Crepping, Richard Walens, John de Kirkeby, knights, Alan de Folifait, Andrew de Kirkeby, William de Toowit (?), Peter the clerk the writer of this.
Given at Marston and Hutton St.Cecilia's Day (22 Nov.) 1299.
Indenture form.
Seal: Fragments in bag on tag.

JERVAULX ABBEY  [no ref. or date]

Mandate from Pope Boniface IX to the abbot of the monastery of Coverham diocese of York  WYL230/16  7 Jul 1403

Contents:
Ordering him, in response to the prayers of abbot Richard and the convent of the Monastery of Jervaulx, to revoke anything done there to the prejudice of abbot and convent, after the abbot's departure on pilgrimage.
Given at St.Peter's, 7th July in 14th year of his pontificate (1403)
Seal: vesica, green wax, standing figure under canopy with shield on either side, on tag but attached by string, apparently seal of Coverham.

KEXBROUGH  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/17  29 Mar 1410

Contents:
From Richard de Goldesburgh, knight, to Hannlatheus Mawleverer, knight, Robert de Rokelay, John de Hamerton, Thomas de Goldesburgh, John Drannfeld, Roger de Preston, John Byrnnand John Mennell, William Pansay, William de Hoperton, Henry Waryn and William de Ledes of Ripon of his manors of Kexbrough and Skalwell (Swallow Hill?)
Witnesses: Robert de Rokelay, knight, Thomas Flemmyng, knight, John fitz William.
Given at Kexbrough Saturday after Easter 11 Henry IV (29 March 1410)
Seal: fragments of red wax seal on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/18  12 Apr 1428

Contents:
From Richard de Goldesburgh, knight, to Robert de Roklay, Oliver de Woderoue, John Gairgrave, William Scargill, William Mirfield, John Mauleverer of Allerton, Robert Mauleverer, John Mauleverer, William Gargrave and Miles de Beston, of his manors of Kexbrough and Swallow Hill.
Witnesses: Adam de Mirfeld, Richard de Wortlay, Christopher de Preston.
Given at Kexbrough 12 April 6 Henry VI (1428)
Seal: round red wax armorial seal.
Legend: SIGILLU. RICARDI GOLDISBO...... ILITIS, on tag.

KILLINGWICK  [no ref. or date]

Defeasance of a bond  WYL230/19  14 Feb 1370

Badly stained

Contents:
By which Simon de Skelton (?) of Killingwick, chaplain, Roger Sparrow of Watton, William, son of William Greyne of..., and Agnes Attaleme grant that if Edmund de Killingwyk of Killingwick near Watton pays £10 at the feast of Trinity, his bond for £20 will be void.
Given at Killingwick Thursday after St.Scholastica's Day, 1369
Indenture form.
Seal: fragment of red wax armorial seal on tongue, legend.....IGILLUM HERMM(?)... 2 other tongues, seals missing.

KIRKBY OVERBLOW  [no ref. or date]

Copy of grant  WYL230/20  28 Jul 1447

Contents:
From Robert Roos, son of Robert Roos, knight, to John Roos esq., of a rent of 12 shillings from the manor of Barrowby near Kirkby Overblow and the service of Henry Chaumbre tenant of the manor.
Witnesses: William Midelton, Richard Redman of Harewood, esquires, John Thwaytes, Robert Boteler, Richard Wod.
Friday after the feast of St.James the Apostle 25 Henry VI (28 July 1447)
(Contemporary copy on paper)

Power of attorney  WYL230/21  28 Jul 1447

Contents:
From Robert Roos son of Robert Roos, knight, to John Smyth and Robert Walker to deliver to John Roos esq., seisin of a rent from the manor of Barrowby and the service of Henry Chaumbre.
Friday after the feast of St.James the Apostle 25 Henry VI (28 July 1447)

LITTLE HOUGHTON  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/22  24 Apr 1476

Contents:
From Thomas Marchall of Hutton to Guy Fairfax, serjeant at law, Edmund Skern, John Burton rector of the parish church of Garforth and John Whyte of Little Houghton next Darfield, of a toft and croft and 15 acres in Little Houghton called Broddesworthland or Broddesworththyng, with power of attorney to Thomas Colatt and Richard Elyot to deliver seisin.
Witnesses: Thomas Bosewell, Alexander Drax, Robert Carr, Richard Wenteworth, esqs., Henry Brygg.
Given at Little Houghton 24 April 16 Edward IV (1476)
Seal: missing.

MASHAM  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/23  6 May 1399

Contents:
From Roger Halward chaplain, son of William Halward of Fearby to William Peci of Masham, Sir John Glatton, chaplain and Sir Thomas Hert, chaplain, of the same of a messuage with toft and croft and a bovate of land called Hatherland in the vill and field of Masham, which he had of the gift of John Normanfile of Swinton, 6 acres land in the field of Ellington called Crosflats a messuage with 16 acres land in Low Ellington, and a water mill on 'Ferkbek' and an acre of land in front of the mill threshold(? hostio molendini) which he had of the gift of John Hunton(?) son and heir of Thomas Huntun, 3 roods in the field of Fearby called Sepot which he had of the gift of William Halward his father a messuage with toft and croft, a dovecote, 2 acres and 3 roods land in the vill, field and territories of Fearby which he had of the gift of William Merchall son and heir of Stephen Merchall.
Witnesses: Geoffrey Bincrowt of Masham, John London of the same, Thomas Rymer of the same, Alan Stainllay of Swinton, John Burgh of Sutton.
Given at Masham on the day of St.John ante portam latinam 22 Richard II (6 May 1399)
Seal: missing.

MILN HOUSES  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/24  4 Feb 1330

Contents:
From Dionisia, relict of Henry de Normanton to her son John of 3 acres of arable land and one perch of meadow in the fields of Milnehus (Miln Houses ?).
Witnesses: Roger de Ederthorpe, Robert son of Ralph de Parva Halgton, Robert de Hunsingdon of the same, William de Wodehall, Richard de Schirburn.
Given at Darfield Sunday after the feast of Purification of the Virgin Mary, 1329 (4 Feb.1330)
Seal: missing.

MOUNT GRACE PRIORY  [no ref. or date]

Foundation by Thomas de Holand, Duke of Surrey, Earl of Kent and Lord Wake, of a house of monks of the Carthusian Order  WYL230/25  nd [18 Feb-20 Apr 1398]

Source of acquisition: Purchased 1995 with assistance of the National Art Collections Fund, etc.


Copies information: Slides and Colour transparency available.


Contents:
Within his manor of Bordelby near Cleveland which he wishes to be called the house of Mount Grace of Ingelby, Robert de Tredewy to be the first prior and the house to be endowed with the manor of Bordelby. The King, members of the Duke's family and John de Ingelby and Ellen his wife are to be mentioned in prayers and masses are to be said for them after their deaths, and for the souls of various people including Thomas de Ingelby and Katherine his wife.
Seal: large, round red, showing the Duke in armour on horseback.
(The initial letter is elaborately decorated and illuminated. Within the letter are 3 figures, one a woman with a halo, perhaps the Virgin, and at the side are a bishop, possibly St.Nicholas, and a layman. Several initial letters throughout the charter are illuminated).

NORTH DEIGHTON  [no ref. or date]

Copy of notification of an agreement  WYL230/26  Late 14th century

Contents:
Between William de Ros son of Robert de Ros, brother Rocellinus, a humble minister of the Military Temple in England, Adam son of Reginald, Nigel le Butiller, John the clerk and all other free tenants of South Deighton on one part, and Thomas de Stanford, Robert le Butiller, Nigel de Stockeld, Geoffrey Dagun, Nigel le Butiller, Isolde Dusil, Richard Page, Robert de Ribbestayn, Nigel son of William Dusil, Thomas son of Thomas de Stockeld and other free tenants of North Deighton on the other that the men of North Deighton may appropriate and divide all the place called Sywinelund with the moor, viz,, from the bridge of Neusum to the vill of North Deighton, viz., to a toft belonging to the bovate held by the heirs of Yedon and from North Deighton to Gledewineridding by the north field and by Gledewineridding to the water of Crimple viz., to Aylwardeswath, together with Thomas de Stanford's sheepfold; and also all that place which was common pasture viz., from the bridge of Ribston as the road stretches south to the road called Jorkissegate and from there to Depeker as the sike descends to Brottenol and thus by the Moorsike to the assart which Richard son of William of North Deighton sold to the Templars, and by the assart to the water of Crimple, viz., the ford called Ingmanthorpwath, saving common pasture in the last mentioned close with entry for beasts after harvest, except 7 acres round the Templars' sheep fold which both parties have granted to the Templars; that the men of South Deighton have also granted to the free men of North Deighton the right to fish in the Crimple and all the wood called Ruhouthilke; and that William further grants that more of his men of Neusum shall have entry for animals in the pasture of North Deighton beyond the Crimple, for which concession the free men of North Deighton have given him 10 marks of silver, and also granted that he and the Templars may appropriate the wood called Ellwode.
Witnesses: Sirs William de Ireby then seneschal of Knaresborough, Henry son of Richard de Percy, John le Vavassur, Thomas son of Peter, Robert de Elkynton, Peter de Jarpenuyle, knights, William de Plomton, Matthew de Bram, Richemann Kalle, Nicholas de Siklinghal, Robert de Setel, Ralph de Lisur, Elias de Richemund, clerk.
The Agreement made the eve of the Assumpton of the Virgin (14 Aug) 1250.

Indenture  WYL230/27  11 Nov 1251

Contents:
By which Joscelin de Eyvil grants to William de Merlay 3 bovates which were of Ralf Biscop, Robert Durstrang, Thomas Ladde, 1 toft which was of Roger Cusin in the north between the the messuage of William de Merlay and the toft of the vicar of Alverton, 2 acres above Turfkerhill near the moor in the south and 2 acres and 2 roods of meadow above Hardholnes, in Deighton; and William de Merlay in exchange grants to Joscelin de Eyvil, 3 bovates which were of William Gille, Simon de Sallicibus, Alexander son of Geoffrey and Simon son of Alex, a toft which was Simon's and a toft which was Simon de Sallicibus' at the head of the township towards Alverton, next the toft which was Robert Western's, 6 selions outside Joscelin's 'curia' on the east and all the park in Halleker except 1 ten foot ditch bordering in the north on William's toft which extends eastwards the length of Thomas de Smetheton's toft.
Witnesses: Roger de Thurkelby, Gilbert de Preston, Adam de Hilton, the King's Justices in Eyre, then at York, Stephen de Meynill, Robert de Stutevil, Adam de Neirford, John de Romundeby, knights., Adam Talebot, John de Eyvil, Henry de Horneby, Robert de Smetheton, John Lungespeye, William de Bonevil, Morgan de Dicton, John de Gloucester, clerk.
Dated feast of St. Martin, 36 Henry III
Seal; round, green wax, fleur de lys, legend, S. WILLI de MERLEY.

Feoffment  WYL230/28  4 Nov 1258

Contents:
From Richard son of John le Baker of North Deighton to William le Barker of Wetherby of 1 toft with a garden and 6 acres of arable land in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Thomas de Bekingham, Thomas Knot, Richard son of John, Robert de Bilton, Thomas Lewte junior of Wetherby.
Given at North Deighton Monday after All Saints (4 Nov.) 1258.
Seal: missing.

Lease  WYL230/29  11 Nov 1286

Indenture form

Contents:
From John son of Nigel de Stockeld to William son of William de Toueton clerk, of all his messuage with tofts etc. Within and outside North Deighton, with the land which Sir William de Ros holds for 6 years, now elapsed, one toft which was of the dower of Agnes, John's mother, with 1 penny rent from Nicholas de Ribstayn, one halfpenny rent from John's sister Agnes, 3 half pennies rent from John's sister Rose, and ½ mark rent for the land which Alice of York holds of John for 15 years.
Witnesses: Sir Richard de Stockeld, Sir William de Hertlington, Nicholas de Okebastorp, Nicholas de Dicton, Robert le Botiller, Robert Dagun.
Dated feast of St. Martin, 14 Edward I(11 Nov. 1286)
Seal: natural wax, broken on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/30  1 Mar 1289

Contents:
From William de Ros, lord of Ingmanthorp and Eustacia his wife to William their son, of the manors of Wythale and Kynthorp in Lincolnshire, Elkeston with the advowson of the church in Derbyshire, Greseby and Seleston with the advowson of the churches in Nottinghamshire, Claydon with the advowson of the church and Esilbergh in Buckinghamshire, lately granted to them for life, with remainder to William, by Ralph son of William, lord of Grymesthorp, for term of their lives, rendering annually £100.
Witnesses: Sir Henry de perpount, Sir James de Sutton, Sir John de Annesleye, Sir Robert de Stranlaye, knights.
Given at Elkeston 1st March 1289 (1290).
Seals: (1) round, dark brown, shield with 3 water bougets, legend SIGILLUM WILLELMI DE ROOS (2) smaller round, dark brown shield with fess vaire between 3 fleur de lys, legend EUSTACE CAUNTU---

Power of attorney  WYL230/31  1 Mar 1290

Contents:
From William de Ros, land of Ingmanthorp and Eustacia his wife to Robert de Sallow and Adam de Cossall to deliver to William de Ros their son full seisin of the manors of Wythhale and Kynthorp in Lincolnshire, Elkeston with the advowson of the church in Derbyshire, Greseley and Selseton with the advowsons of the churches in Nottinghamshire, Claydon with the advowson of the church and Esilbergh in Buckinghamshire.
Given at Elkeston 1st March 1289 (1290)
Seals: 3rd tongue with no seal, 2 as in WYL230/30

Feoffment  WYL230/32  13 Jan 1293

Contents:
From Robert le Boteler of North Deighton to Emma his daughter of 1 toft and croft in North Deighton which Nicholas le Hatter once held, lying between the toft and croft of Thomas le Boteler on one side and of Agnes le Boteler on the other, with 1/3 part of 2 bovates in the same territory which Hillary, Idonea and Agatha, daughters of Sir Nicholas le Boteler, held for their lives; with a note at the end that Robert's first son, Robert, has confirmed this by his own deed.
Witnesses: Sir William de Ros, Sir William his son, Thomas de Sieslai, Nicholas de Dighton, William de Toueton, Robert Dagoun, Roger his brother, Richard Dosil, Nigel Dosil, Thomas le Boteler.
Given in the church of Deighton, Sunday after the feast of St.Hillary 1292 (13 Jan.1293)
Seal: round, natural wax, on tag.

Notification  WYL230/33  Late 13th Century

Contents:
From Richard Frunting that he is bound to his lord William de Toueton in 2 shillings annually for 1 messuage which he holds of William in North Deighton, once called Benegarth.
Witnesses: Peter de Dichton, Robert Dagun, William the Forester, Nigel Dosille, Robert le Mazon.
Seal: on tag, green wax vesica, tree, legend AU.....AGE. Broken and cracked.

Feoffment for life  WYL230/34  Late 13th Century

Indenture form

Contents:
From Robert le Boteler of North Deighton to Walter, son of Walter le Serjeant of North Deighton, of 1 toft and 1 bovate in North Deighton, lying in Ronchochyc next Robert's land and Richard Dusyl's, Morfeld, Bothom next Newsom and Suilundemore, rendering 8 shillings annually.
Witnesses: Nigel Stockeld, Geoffrey Dagon, Nicholas de Deighton, Nigel de la Hyl of the same, Matthew de Bram, Nigel Dusyl.
Seal: Fragments in bag.

Memorandum  WYL230/35  Late 13th Century

Contents:
That William de Roos and his free tenants of North Deighton have quit claimed in free alms to the master and brethren of the Military Temple of a strip on the west of Wallesford (Walshford) in Deighton called Croft of Wallesford and in return the master and brethren release Sir William and his men of the soke of Deighton, free and otherwise, from their obligation to repair the pond and mill of Wallesford together with the carriage of the same mill at the order of the preceptor of the house of the Temple at Ribston.

Feoffment  WYL230/36  c1300-1310

Contents:
From Symon le Sherman to Master Symon de Stanes, clerk, of 40 acres in North Deighton which he had of the gift of Sir William de Ros of Ingmanthorp in the place called 'ye more Oonarum' (?), parts of which were held by William Mannyng, John del Hallegarth, William son of Emma, William Tresseloue, Robert le Provost, Thomas le Servant, William Genacie, Walter de Ulceby, Walter Nackedy, William le Pestour, Robert son of Nigel, Robert le Machoun, Nicholas le Graynesone, Richard son of Hugh, Richard son of William, to hold of the chief lord of the fee.
Witnesses: Sirs Robert Conyers, John de Walkyngham, John Maulevever, knights, Adam de Hopperton, Thomas Daynyl, Henry de Monketon, Nicholas de Langton, then mayor of York, Thomas le Peddeler, Thomas Durrand, all of York.
Seal: badly broken.

Petition  WYL230/37  Early 14th Century
Language:  French

Contents:
To her lord by Elizabeth de Stokkild daughter and heiress of John de Stokkild of North Deighton, to help her recover a place called Bencroft in North Deighton which Nigel de Stokkild father of the said John gave to his son Richard in fee tail with reversion to Nigel and his heirs,; and also 2 messuages and 3 acres in North Deighton which John gave to his sisters Agnes and Rose in fee tail with reversion to John and his heirs.

Lease  WYL230/38  11 Nov 1303

Contents:
From Sir William de Roos of Ingmanthorpe to Hugh le Biller of York of a toft and croft in North Deighton which Nigel le Tayllor once held and also to Hugh and Roger Dagoun of one assart called Forparkes which Walter le Seriaunt once held, for 12 years rendering annually 13 shillings 4 pence.
Witnesses: Nicholas de Dyghton, Robert le Botiler, William de Helaghe, Nicholas Belle, William de Bilton.
Given at Ingmanthorpe St.Martin's Day
Seal: round, yellow wax, shield with 3 waterbougets, legend SIGIL --I DE--, on tongue, 2nd tongue with seal missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/39  14 Sep 1304

Contents:
From Robert le Boteler of North Deighton to Hugh le Biller of North Deighton and Agnes his wife of 4 selions in the field of Hobergh above Tykeron without the meadow adjoining on Robert's culture on the west.
Witnesses: Adam de Hopperton, then bailiff, Peter Maunsel of North Deighton, Nigel Dosil of the same, William de Bilton, Roger Dagun, Thomas Pincerna, Richard his brother.
Given at North Deighton on the day of the Exaltation of the Cross, 32 Edward I
Seal: round natural wax, on tag.

Quitclaim  WYL230/40  18 Sep 1306

Contents:
From Robert son of Robert le Boteler of North Deighton, to Thomas, son of said Robert, Richard his (Robert's) brother, and Agnes, Emma and Juliana his daughters, of all lands in North Deighton which he has granted them by charter.
Witnesses: Sir Richard then rector of the church of Deighton, Nicholas son of Reginald de Dyghton, John de Haterbergh, Hugh le Bille, William de Bilton, Roger Dagon.
Given at York Sunday after the Exaltation of the Cross, 34 Edward I
Seal: missing.

Quitclaim  WYL230/41(1)  24 May 1307


Related information: Attached to WYL230/41(2)

Contents:
From Isabel daughter of William de Toueton, to Elizabeth her sister of all lands and tenements at some time Peter Maunsel's in the vill and territory of North Deighton.
Witnesses: John de Burton, Jordan del Ker., Nigel de Wetherby, Thomas le Chaumberlayn of the same, Roger Dagon of North Deighton.
Given at Skynneslay the day after the Ascension
Seal: green vesica with deer's head, on tag.

Quitclaim  WYL230/41(2)  2 Jul 1307


Related information: Attached to WYL230/41(1)

Contents:
From William son of Hugh de Bylton and Margaret his wife to Elizabeth daughter of William de Tofueton of the tenements which were Peter Maunseyl's in the vill and fields of North Deighton.
Witnesses: Nigel de Werreby, Roger de Lynton, Thomas le Chaumbreleyn, Nicholas de Dyghton, Robert le Botiler.
Given at Wetherby Sunday before the feast of the Translation of St. Thomas, 35 Edward son of Edward
Seal: 2 green vesica seals on tags (1) a lion, legend---WILLI DE---TON (2) design, legend S.HILARIE(?) DE WALTON.

Feoffment  WYL230/42  6 Sep 1309

Contents:
From William de Ros of Ingmanthorp to Adam de Hoperton of all the service of Joyce de Bilingburgh for 1 messuage, 1 croft, 1 bovate and 4 acres in North Deighton which Joyce holds of William for life, together with the reversion after Joyce's death, or if he can acquire it in his lifetime.
Witnesses: Nigel de Wetherby, William de Bilton, Thomas le Chaumbrelayn, Roger de Linton, John son of Walter de Suthdighton, Hugh le Biller, Roger Dagon.
Given at Skakelthorp (Scagglethorpe)
Saturday in the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary 3 Edward II
Seal: missing.

Power of attorney  WYL230/43  7 Jun 1310

Contents:
From William son of Sir William de Ros, knight, deceased, lord of Ingmanthorp to John le Parker to deliver seisin to Hugh Biller of York, skinner, and Agnes his wife of a toft and croft in North Deighton.
Given at Ingmanthorp on the day of Pentecost 3 Edward II
Seal: Fragment, dark green, on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/44  17 Feb 1312

Contents:
From William de Burton Amyas, chaplain, to Sir William Ros of Ingmanthorp and Isabel his wife and their heirs male of all lands etc. which Margaret de Ros holds of him for life by the assignment of Sir William in North Deighton, remainder to the right heirs of William.
Witnesses: Sir Robert de Plumpton, Sir Henry de Hertlyngton, knights, Nigel de Wetherby, Robert Botheler, Hugh le Billery.
Given at Scakelthorp (Scagglethorpe)
Friday after the feast of St.Scholastica 1311
Seal: large oval, virgin and child, legend AVE MARI -----RACIA PLEN.

Lease  WYL230/45  11 Nov 1313

Indenture form

Contents:
From Thomas de Spofford, clerk, to Hugh le Biller and Julian his daughter of 1½ acres arable land in Deighton, viz., 2 selions at Alewy Pittes next Hugh's land in the east, 2 selions at Caldecotes in the south field, one selion at Heselbusc, one selion extending above Suthdale in the west field and one butt next John de Stockeld's land on the south extending over the Crimple, for 9 years.
Witnesses: Roger Dagun, Thomas le Botiler, Robert son of Nigel.
Dated the feast of St.Martin
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/46  6 Jul 1315

Contents:
From Robert son of Robert le Botoler of North Deighton, resident (? manens) in Selby to Hugh le Biller and Agnes his wife of 13 selions and one piece of meadow in North Deighton (abutments).
Witnesses: William de Helagh, Roger Dagon, Robert Dosill, James de Dighton, Robert le Mason, William le Forester, John Picard, Thomas le Botoler.
Given at North Deighton Sunday after the feast of St. Swithin
Seal: missing.

Quitclaims and feoffments  WYL230/47  1315 - 1399

12 items

Attached by means of a bond of Philip and Mary's reign bound round tags.

Quitclaim  WYL230/47(1)  11 Jun 1315

Contents:
From Robert son of Robert le Boteler of North Deighton to Geoffrey his brother of all that piece of land with trees from the exit of the vill westwards, next the land of the Prior of Park and curtilage of Robert le Boteler his father.
Witnesses: Sir Richard parson of the Church of Deighton, William De Askeham, Hugh Biller, John Pikard, John son of Walter.
Given at North Deighton the day of St. Barnabas the apostle 8 Edward son of Edward
Seal: natural wax, vesica, indistinguishable, on tag.

Quitclaim  WYL230/47(2)  16 Nov 1411

Contents:
From Agnes daughter of John Butelere of Kirk Deighton to Thomas Thwaytes of Lofthouse of a messuage, 6 acres land, and one acre meadow which descended to her after the death of Robert Buteler in the vill and territory of North Deighton.
Given at Lofthouse Monday after the feast of St. Martin 13 Henry IV
Seal: round red, device, on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/47(3)  19 Jul 1369

Contents:
From Richard son and heir of Richard de Lynton to William de Douseby, chaplain, of all his messuage with tofts and crofts and all his lands and tenements which belonged to him by right and inheritance after his father's death, in the vill and territory of Deighton.
Witnesses: Robert de Bilton, Richard Boteler of Deighton, William son of John of the same.
Given at North Deighton, Thursday before the feast of St. Margaret 43 Edward III
Seal: small, natural wax, figure of woman, broken.

Feoffment  WYL230/47(4)  16 Aug 1369

Contents:
From William de Douseby, chaplain, to Richard, son and heir of Richard de Lynton and Agnes his wife and their heirs of the body of a messuage with toft and croft appertaining and all lands and tenements granted him by Richard son and heir of Richard de Lynton.
Witnesses: Robert de Bilton, Richard Boteler of North Deighton, William son of John de Kyrkedychton.
Given at North Deighton Thursday after the Assumption of the Virgin 43 Edward III
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/47(5)  8 Mar 1399

Contents:
From Richard de Lynton of North Deighton and Agnes his wife to John Littelbery and Richard Suttebery, chaplains, of all their lands and tenements in the vill and territory of North Deighton.
Witnesses: Robert de Bylton, Peter de Dyghton, Robert Fulbarone, Richard de Arthyngton, Robert de Wilsthorp.
Given at North Deighton 8 March 22 Richard II.
Seal: round, red, device, on tag.

Quitclaim  WYL230/47(6)  11 Jun 1315

Contents:
From Robert son of Robert le Botiler of North Deighton to Geoffrey his brother, of a piece of land next the messuage of the said Robert, his father, and one acre of land in the fields of North Deighton, as contained in a feoffment which Geoffrey had of Robert the father.
Witnesses: Sir Richard parson of the Church of Deighton, William de Askeham, Hugh Piller, John Picard, John son of Walter.
Given at North Deighton the day of St. Barnabas 8 Edward
Seal: missing.

Power of attorney  WYL230/47(7)  29 Jun 1318

Contents:
From Robert Boteler of North Deighton to John son of Walter de Dighton to deliver seisin to Geoffrey, Robert's brother, of a garden and 2 roods of land.
Given on the day of the Apostles Peter and Paul ( 29 June) at Selby (?)
Seal: missing.

Quitclaim  WYL230/47(8)  25 Jun 1344

Contents:
From Philip Mortayn, Isabel his wife and Margaret their daughter to Elizabeth who was wife of John Pykard of North Deighton of all the lands and tenements which she has in North Deighton.
Witnesses: William de Lyndelay, Richard de Lynton, Robert de Bylton, Geoffrey de Normanton, John Jordan of Pontefract.
Given at London, Friday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist 18 Edward III
Seal: round, natural wax, figure under canopy, on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/47(9)  5 Dec 1322

Contents:
From Geoffrey le Boteler to Richard le Boteler his brother, of a toft and 2 acres land with adjoining meadow in North Deighton; the toft abutting on the Prior of Park's toft on one side and Robert le Boteler's Faldgarth on the other, one rood lying at Greneclif next Adam de Hoperton's land, one rood in Suthfeld next the cross, one rood in Northfeld next Adam de Hoperton's land, one rood at Staynilandes next Adam de Hoperton's land, ½ an acre in Hobergh at Midelforlang abutting on Richard le Boteler's land, one rood at Hungerhill next Adam's land and one rood in Suthdale next Adam's land.
Witnesses: Nigel de Wetherby, John de Dighton, John Pykard, William de Askham, Richard the chaplain of North Deighton, Roger Dagon.
Given at Deighton Sunday after the feast of St. Andrew 16 Edward son of Edward
Seal: round, natural wax, ?, on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/47(10)  29 Jun 1318

Contents:
From Robert son and heir of Robert Botelere of North Deighton to Geoffrey his brother of his garden called Benegath next the bakehouse, a rood of land in the south field between Joyce ( ? Jocii) de Billingburgh's land and Margaret de Ros's land, and a rood of land in the place called Suthdale between Joyce's land and John de Dighton's.
Witnesses: John Picarde, Hugh Biller, Robert son of Nigel, John de Holme, Roger Dagone, John ad Fontem.
Given at North Deighton the day of apostles Peter and Paul 1318.
Seal: natural wax, vesica, indistinguishable, on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/47(11)  7 May 1348

Contents:
From John le Boteler of North Deighton to Richard de Lynton of North Deighton of a piece of his garden called Pressourgarth in North Deighton, that is, in length from the foundation of the ditch abutting on his croft to Richard's kiln, and in breadth from Richard's garden for 56 feet, and one acre land in the same vill, that is ½ an acre in the north field at Northebusks between his ( John's) land and the land of Agnes who was wife of Hugh Biller, and the other ½ acre in the west field at Southedale next Grenecliff between the Prior of Healaugh's land and Thomas de Bekyngham's in exchange for a messuage with garden which was once Geoffrey le Boteler's.
Witnesses: Thomas de Bekyngham, Robert de Bilton, Thomas Knot, John de Horsford, John de Colthorp, clerk.
Given at North Deighton Wednesday after the feast of the apostles Philip and James. 22 Edward III
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/47(12)  20 Jan 1343

Contents:
From Richard le Boteler of North Deighton to William de Aldburgh of a messuage with a garden adjoining in North Deighton, which messuage was once of Geoffrey le Boteler, his brother, where he used to live lying between the garden which Thomas Hanel now holds and John le Boteler's bakehouse and abutting on John's fauldgarth.
Witnesses: Richard de Linton, Robert de Bilton, John le Boteler, Richard son of John Pikard.
Given at North Deighton Monday before the Conversion of St. Paul 1342
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/48  2 Apr 1316

Contents:
From Nicholas de Normanby to Robert son of Nigel and Alice his wife of ½ a perch land in North Deighton in the south field in the place called Dikelan, of which one headland abuts on Robert's land on the west and the other on William de Bilton's land on the east.
Witnesses: Richard rector of the Church of Deighton, John his brother of the same, John Pecard of Northdyington, Thomas le Boteler of the same, Richard his brother of the same.
Given at N. Deighton Friday before Palm Sunday
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/49  13 Jun 1322

Contents:
From Robert Boteller of North Deighton to William Dosyl and Beatrix his wife of 1 acre of arable land in the field of North Deighton lying in the land called Gledewyn-riding, between Robert de Syglinghale's land and the Prioress of Arthington's.
Witnesses: John Pykard, Hugh Biller, Roger Dagun, John de Deuton, William Sergant, John ad Fontem.
Given at Deighton
Seal: pale wax, indistinct.

Feoffment  WYL230/50  29 Mar 1322

Contents:
From Thomas son of Robert le Boteler of North Deighton to Hugh le Biller of North Deighton and Agnes his wife of 2 selions lying in Netherdike-furlandes in the west field of North Deighton, in length between John Forstar's land and Adam de Hoperton's and in breadth between Hugh's land and Robert le Boteler's.
Witnesses: Roger Dagun, John Picard, John ad Fontem, Thomas Forester, John Forester, Robert son of Nigel, Robert le Botiller, John Baker of North Deighton.
Given at North Deighton 29 March 15 Edward II (1322)
Seal: red wax, vesica, plant, legend THOM BOTELER.

Feoffment for life  WYL230/51  5 Feb 1325

Contents:
From Symon de Stanes, clerk, to Sir Richard de Northdighton, chaplain, of an annual rent of 40 shillings from all Symon's lands in North Deighton, but so that if less is obtained from the land Symon has of the gift of Richard, than was agreed, the 40 shillings is to decrease in proportion; and also of one of Symon's used robes or cloth sufficient for a robe at Christmas.
Witnesses: Nigel de Wetherby, William de Askham, John Picard of North Deighton, John de Dighton, Roger de Lynton, John de Saxton, John de White Well.
Given at North Deighton, Tuesday after the Purification of the Virgin Mary 1324
Seal: yellow wax, round, pelican in her piety.

Feoffment  WYL230/52  24 Apr 1326

Contents:
From Robert le Boteler to Roger Dagon of 1 messuage in the curtilage called Mikelgarth and all the garden called Impegarth between the messuage of Hugh le Biller and the toft of John de Dighton and John Attekeld and also 1½ acres of land in North Deighton, in Overcthwergate (?) in Northfeld once held by Thomas le Pynder, in Staymylandes, in Southfeld in Middelforlang, and in Kerlington.
Witnesses: Nigel de Wetherby, Roger de Linton, John Pykard, John de Dighton, William Coule, William de Askham, Hugh Biller.
Given at Deighton Thursday before feast of St. Mark 19 Edward son of Edward
Seal: missing, tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/53  27 Sep 1327

Contents:
From Richard de Kesewik to Robert Blome and Margaret daughter of Nicholas de Harewod and their heirs of the body of all his lands in North Deighton next Ribston which he had of the gift of Margaret who was wife of William de Bilton and of the gift of John Pikhard and Elizabeth his wife, remainder first to Hugh, son of William de Bilton and Alice his wife and their heirs of the body, then to Sir John de Mauleverer, knight.
Witnesses: Sir Peter de Midelton, Sir William de Plumpton, knights, Adam de Hoperton, Walter de Kerebi, William Mohond, Peter son of Richard de Midelton, William de Askham, John de Dighton, John son of Richard de Hoperton, clerk.
Given at North Deighton, Sunday before the feast of St. Michael
Indenture form ( tripartite)
Seal: round, natural wax, St. Catherine(?) with wheel and kneeling man.

Inspeximus  WYL230/54  11 Oct 1329


Related information: See also WYL230/35.
See WYL230/26

Contents:
By William son of William de Ros of Ingmanthorpe, knight, of a charter from Sir William son of Robert de Ros his grandfather, brother Rocellinus, a humble minister of the Military Temple in England, Adam son of Reginald, Nigel le Boteller, John the clerk and all other free tenants of South Deighton to Thomas Stanford, Robert le Boteller, Nigel de Stockeld, Geoffrey Dagun, Nigel le Boteller, Isolde Dusil,Richard Page,Robert de Ribstan, Nigel son of William Dusil,Thomas son of Thomas de Stockild and other free tenants of North Deighton, given on the eve of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, 1250, as follows:-
The donors grant that the donees may appropriate the place called Sywynelund with the moor viz. from the bridge of Neusum to the town of North Deighton viz. to a toft belonging to the bovate held by the heirs of Yedon and from North Deighton to Gledewynridding by the north field, and by Gledewynridding to the water of Crimple viz. to Aylwardeswath,together with the site of Thomas de Stanford's sheepfold; and also all the place which was common pasture viz. from the bridge of Ribston as the road stretches south to the road called Yorkesgate and from there to Depeker as the sike descends to Brotteknoll and thus by Moorsike to the assart which Richard son of William of North Deighton sold to the Templars and by the assart to the water of Crimple viz.the ford called Ingmanthorpwath, saving common pasture in the last mentioned close with entry for beasts after harvest,except 7 acres around the Templars' sheep-fold which both parties have granted to the Templars and also right to fish in the Crimple and all the wood called Rouhowthnick. William further grants that none of his men of Neusum shall have entry for their animals in the pasture of North Deighton beyond the Crimple, for which concession the free men of North Deighton have given him 10 marks of silver, and also granted that he and the Templars may appropriate Eastwood.
Witnesses: Sir William de Ireby, then seneschal of Knaresborough, Henry son of Richard de Percy, John le Vavasour, Thomas son of Peter, Robert de Elkyngton, Peter de Jarpenuill, knights, William de Plumpton, Matthew de Bram, Richemann Kalle, Nicholas de Sicclinghale, Robert de Setell, Ralph de Lisur, Elias de Rychemund, clerk.
William now confirms this charter to John Pycard of North Deighton, Robert Blome, Hugh le Biller, John le Boteller and other free tenants of North Deighton, further granting that if the animals of John Pycard of North Deighton are found in his woods of Ingmanthorpe, North Deighton, or South Deighton, they will be driven out amicably without loss or damage.
Witnesses: Sirs William de Plumpton, Henry de Hertelyngton, William Grammary, John de Walkyngham, knights, Nigel de Wetherby, Hugh son of William de Bilton, John de Dyhton, Matthew de Bram, Thomas de Eyvil.
Given at York
Seal: round red wax, shield with 3 water - bougets, legend S. WILLELMI DE ROOS, on lace.

Quitclaim  WYL230/55  4 Jul 1333

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From William de Ros of Ingmanthorpe to John de Bekyngham of Reedness of 1 messuage, 1 toft, 3 bovates, and 2 acres in North Deighton, viz. all the lands which Thomas de Griselay and afterwards Margaret, William's sister, held.
Witnesses: Robert de Haldenby, Thomas de Honyngham, Robert de Podesey, Thomas de Honyngham, Robert de Podesey, Thomas Deyvile, clerk.
Given at York Sunday after the Translation of St. Thomas martyr 1333
Seal: round, brown, shield with 3 water bougets, legend S. WILLELMI DE ROOS.

Feoffment  WYL230/56  30 Apr 1339

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From Hugh Biller of North Deighton and Agnes his wife to John their son of 1 toft with meadow between the toft of the Prioress of Arthington and their messuage, and 5 acres of land and 1 acre of meadow in Tykeronns, Grenclif, Crawelgate, Stokforlanges, and Netherdikforlanges (giving abutments).
Witnesses: Richard de Lynton, William de Askham, John de Dighton, Robert de Bilton, John le Boteler and Mathew le Carpenter.
Given at North Deighton
Friday after the feast of St. Mark 13 Edward III
Seals: missing. 2 tags.

Quitclaim  WYL230/57  1 Oct 1341

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From Richard le Botiler of North Deighton to John son of Robert le Botiler of North Deighton of 2 acres of land with meadow in North Deighton in a close called Lynestock between the land of the Prior of Park and Holynes.
Witnesses: Richard de Lynton, William Askham, John de Dyghton, Robert de Bilton, Thomas Knot.
Given at North Deighton
Monday after the feast of St. Michael. 15 Edward III
Seal: natural wax, vesica, indistinct.

Feoffment  WYL230/58  31 Mar 1341

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From Robert Heendeman of Duimesby (?) resident in Selby and Agnes his wife to Roger son of Robert le Boteler of North Deighton of 1 toft and 3 roods in North Deighton, formerly Roger Dagon's, viz. the toft lying between Hugh le Biller's messuage and a toft of Robert le Boteler, and 1 rood in Stanylandes in Northfield, 1 rood in Middleforlang nearer the sun in Southfield and 1 rood at Kerlington nearer the sun.
Witnesses: Richard de Lynton, Robert de Bilton, Thomas Knot of North Deighton, John Lyster, Adam de Belton, William de Bradehirst of Selby.
Given at Selby Saturday before Palm Sunday 1341
Seals: 2, one green, virgin and child, star and kneeling figure, broken, the other indistinct.

Feoffment  WYL230/59  12 Mar 1342

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From John de Dyghton to William his son of 11 acres in North Deighton, in Langgelandesclay, Showelbard, Bagwath, Crawelgath, Southdales, Midelfurlang in Hobergh, Benelandes, Thekeronhill, Crokedlandes and Hesilbusk (giving some abutments).
Witnesses: Stephen rector of the Church of South Deighton, Adam de [...] Hoperton, Richard de Lynton, William de Askham,Robert de Bylton, Thomas Knott.
Given at South Deighton
Tuesday in the feast of St.Gregory the Pope 1341
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/60  24 Oct 1342

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From Robert son of William Coule of North Deighton to Richard de Linton of North Deighton of 1 messuage with a garden in North Deighton between the toft called Hobetoft and the toft formerly of John son of William Dosil, and 4 acres and 1 rood lying in North Croft between the land of the Prior of St.John of Jerusalem in England and the land formerly of John son of William Dosil,in the north field between Richard's land and Matthew Carpentar's, in the south field between Matthew's and the land once Robert le Boteler's, near the dike of Gledewynridding and in the place called Briggeflatt nearer the water of Crimple.
Witnesses: William de Askam of South Deighton, Richard de Stayngress of Spofforth, Robert de Bilton of North Deighton, Richard son of John Pikard of the same, John le Boteler, Hugh le Biller.
Given at North Deighton
Thursday before the feast of Simon and Jude, 16 Edward III
Seal: round, red animal, legend CREDE ...PIS UTI (?)

Quitclaim  WYL230/61  17 Jan 1343

Contents:
From Richard son of John de Dyghton to William, son of John de Dyghton, his brother, of all the lands which William had of the gift of John de Dighton, their father, in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Richard de Linton of North Deighton, Robert de Bilton,Richard Pykard, Thomas Knott, John Biller.
Given at North Deighton
Friday after the feast of St.Hillary 1342
Seal: round red, shield within tracery.

Feoffment  WYL230/62  8 Feb 1345

Indenture form.

Contents:
From John de Bekyngham of Reedness and John de Swynton to Thomas de Bekyngham and Catherine his wife and their heirs of the body of one messuage, 3 bovates and 67 acres land in North Deighton and one messuage, 3 bovates land and 4 acres meadow in South Deighton, rendering 12 pence annually, remainder to the rightful heirs of Thomas.
Witnesses; William Mohaud, William de Lyndeley, William de Askam, Richard de Lynton, Robert de Bilton, Richard de Dyghton.
Given at North Deighton
Tuesday after the Purification of the Virgin Mary 19 Ed.III
Seal: red wax, oval, man's head above animal(?) legend EX----ENT---S CAPUT ATQVE---

Feoffment  WYL230/63  27 Aug 1348

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From Agnes, formerly wife of Hugh Biller, to Thomas, son of the said Hugh Biller of North Deighton, and her son, of 1 toft and croft in North Deighton which once was Roger Dagon's, lying on the corner between Richard le Boteler's land and the highway and from the other highway to Northbuskes back towards Ribston.
Witnesses: William de Askham, Richard Pykard, Robert de Meuburn, William son of John,de Southdighton, John Mareshall.
Given at North Deighton, Wednesday before the Beheading of John the Baptist 1348
Seal: round, dark green wax, Madonna & child under canopy.

Quitclaim  WYL230/64  21 Jan 1351

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From Robert, son of John de Dyghton, chaplain, to William, son of John de Dyghton, his brother, of one messuage and 13 acres with meadow in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Edmund de Ros, Thomas de Bekyngham, Robert de Bilton, Thomas Knot.
Given at Deighton Friday in the feast of St. Agnes 1350
Seal: missing, tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/65  7 Aug 1352

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From William son of John de Dyghton to Thomas Knot of North Deighton and Joanna his wife of all the lands etc. he has in North Deighton on the day of writing this deed and also all the wood with adjoining land and meadow, called Forpakers.
Witnesses: Edmund de Roos, Sir William parson of the Church of South Deighton, Thomas de Bekyngham, Robert de Bilton, Robert de Mewbourn, John Schipard.
Given at North Deighton Tuesday after the feast of St. Peter ad vincula 26 Edward III
Seal: missing, tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/66  13 Dec 1352

Indenture form

Contents:
From Thomas Knot of North Deighton and John Forester of Kilburn to Thomas de Bekyngham and Matilda his wife and Thomas's heirs of the body of 2 messuages, 3 bovates and 80 acres in North Deighton, remainder to Sir Henry son of Henry de Percy, knight.
Witnesses: Sir Thomas de Midelton, Thomas Fairfax, William his son, Richard de Dyghton, Robert de Bilton, John son of Roger de Lynton, Robert de Meuburn.
Given at North Deighton Thursday after the Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary 26 Edward III
Seals: (1) round red wax armorial, (2) indistinct.

Defeasance  WYL230/67  8 Jun 1354

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By which Adam son of Robert de Clifford grants that if William de Lumby pays him 22 shillings 6 pence at Pentecost 1356, the feoffment to Adam from William of a messuage in North Deighton which William had of the gift of Roger Butteller of Selby will be null and void.
Witnesses: Edmund de Ros, Thomas de Bekyngham, Robert de Bilton, Thomas Knot, Robert de Meuburn.
Given at North Deighton Trinity Sunday 28 Edward III
Seal: oval, red wax.

Feoffment  WYL230/68  26 Nov 1355

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From William Barker of Wetherby to Adam son of Robert de Clifford and his heirs of the body of 3 acres of land in North Deighton which he (William) had of the gift of Richard Baker of North Deighton, remainder to William's daughter Isabel.
Witnesses: Sir Robert de Ros, Sir Thomas de Midelton, knights, Thomas de Bekyngham, Robert de Bilton, Thomas Knot, Robert de Meuburn, Robert Child.
Given at North Deighton, Thursday before the feast St. Andrew 29 Edward III
Indenture form
Seal: Small fragment, natural wax on tag.

Indenture  WYL230/69  6 Jan 1356

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By which Walter Styklingbayn of Ingmanthorpe grants that the charter by which Thomas, son of John de Bekyngham granted Walter an annual rent of 7 shillings from his lands in Yorkshire will be suspended for as long as Walter and Joan his wife can hold one messuage and 6 acres of land with meadow in North Deighton, according to the form of Thomas's charter, so that they will not for any reason admit to these lands any heir of Robert le Boteler.
Given at North Deighton 6 Jan 29 Edward III
Seal: dark green, shield with lion rampant(?)
With, above, I -- UDE/CO - S.

Quitclaim  WYL230/70  20 Aug 1357

Contents:
From Thomas de Bekyngham of North Deighton to Robert de Bilton of North Deighton of a piece of arable land called Lynstoks with ditch and woods in North Deighton which he had of the gift of Thomas Knot of the same.
Witnesses: Sir Thomas de Middelton, knight, William de Nessefeld, William de Berley, John de Shirburne of York, William Deyvill(?), John de Middleton, Edmund de Roos, William Finck(?), Nicholas de Lynton of Harewood, William de la Chaumbre of Braam ( Braham ?) Thomas de Kighley of Spofforth, Roger Spark of the same, William Gascoun.
Given at North Deighton Sunday after the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary 31 Edward III
Seal: red wax, oval, trefoil above -----?, on tongue.

Lease  WYL230/71  12 Jun 1358

Indenture form

Contents:
From Henry de Manfeld a citizen of York to Edmund Ros of Ingmanthorpe of all the lands and tenements with buildings which Henry has of the grant of Thomas de Bekyngham in North Deighton, to hold for the life of Henry and one year more, rendering annually 4 marks.
Witnesses: Sir William de Plumbton, Robert Rose of Ingmanthorpe, Thomas de Midelton, knights, William de Berlay, William de Raygate, Robert de Bylton.
Given at York 12 June 1358
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/72  22 Nov 1361

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From Richard son and heir of John le Boteler of North Deighton to Sir Hugh de Saxton parson of the church of Almanbiry (Almondbury?) of all his lands etc. in North Deighton and also all reversions of all his lands in Selby and elsewhere.
Witnesses: Robert de Bilton of North Deighton, Sir Roger de Acworth, chaplain, John Bandewyn, Thomas de Wakefild, Adam de Holand.
Given at Pontefract Monday before the feast of St. Katharine 1361
Seal: round, red wax, legend ECCE AGNUS DEI(?)

Feoffment  WYL230/73  2 Jun 1362

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From William Lumby of North Deighton to Robert de Ros of Ingmanthorpe of an annual rent of 6 shillings from all William's lands in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Robert de Bylton, Stephen de Askham, Richard Boteler.
Given at Ingmanthorpe Thursday before Pentecost 36 Edward III
Seal: round, natural wax, trefoil over animal(?)
Legend illegible.

Quitclaim  WYL230/74  14 Aug 1370

Contents:
From Thomas de Bekyngham of Reedness to Robert de Roos of Ingmanthorpe, knight, of all land which came to him (Thomas) by inheritance on the death of his father John de Bekyngham in North Deighton next to Ingmanthorpe.
Given at Ingmanthorpe Wednesday on the eve of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary 1370.
Seal: round, red wax, shield within tracery.
Legend illegible.

Feoffment  WYL230/75  12 Aug 1377

Contents:
From Richard son and heir of John le Botiller of North Deighton to Hugh de Saxton parson of the church of st. Martin in Conyngstrete in York, of all lands etc., in North Deighton and all his reversions of lands in Selby.
Witnesses: Robert de Bylton, Richard de Lynton, Richard Popeler, Nicholas Mareschall, Robert Botiller.
Given at North Deighton Wednesday after feast of St. Laurence 1 Richard II
Seal: oval red wax, indistinct

Confirmation  WYL230/76  24 Sep 1377

Contents:
From Richard Botiller of Deighton to Hugh de Saxton, rector of the church of St. Martin in Conyngstrete in York, of possession of all lands in North Deighton which were Richard's and quitclaim to Hugh of these lands.
Witnesses: Thomas de Nessefeld, William Woderawe, Robert de Bilton, Robert son of Robert de Bilton, John de Nessefeld, Henry de Preston.
Given at York Wednesday after the feast of St. Mathew, 1 Ric. II
Seal: round, dark brown, cross(?) and branches.

Feoffment  WYL230/77  4 Jul 1378

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From William de Lumby of North Deighton to Robert de Ros of Ingmanthorpe, knight, of one messuage and 7½ acres in North Deighton.
Witnesses: William de Aldeburgh, knight, Robert de Plumpton, knight, Nicholas de Middelton, knight, Peter Mauleverer, knight.
Given at North Deighton, 4 July 2 Ric.II
Seal: round red wax, W, legend VANZERRUS(?)

Feoffment  WYL230/78  11 Dec 1378

Contents:
From Richard Boteler of North Deighton to Hugh de Saxton, clerk, of all the lands in North Deighton which came to him on the death of John Boteler his father.
Witnesses: Sir William de Langtoft, rector of the church of Deighton, Robert de Bylton, senior, Richard de Lynton of Deighton, Richard Popler of the same, Peter Jakson of Deighton, William Jakson of the same.
Given at North Deighton Saturday after the feast of St. Nicholas 1378
Seal: round, red wax, indistinct.

Feoffment  WYL230/79  12 Sep 1379

Contents:
From Hugh de Saxton, clerk, to Robert Roos lord of Ingmanthorpe, of all the lands in North Deighton which he has of the gift of Richard le Botiller of North Deighton.
Witnesses: William de Langtoft rector of the church of Deighton, Robert de Bylton, senior, Richard de Lynton of Deighton, Richard Popler of the same, Peter Jakson of Deighton, William Jakeson of the same.
Given at North Deighton Monday after feast of the nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary 1379.
Seal: round red wax, agnus dei, legend indistinct.

Quitclaim  WYL230/80  13 Apr 1382

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From Richard de Taunton citizen and merchant of York to Robert de Roos of Ingman-Thorpe, knight, of all the land formerly of John Wyland, citizen and merchant of York, in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Brian de Stapilton, John Manleverer, Robert de Plumpton, Nicholas de Middelton.
Given at Ingmanthorpe, Low Sunday 5 Richard II
Seal: small, round, red wax.

Quitclaim  WYL230/81  13 Apr 1382

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From Emma, formerly the wife of John Wyland citizen and merchant of York, to Robert de Roos of Ingmanthorpe, for 10 marks of all John her husband's lands in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Brian de Stapilton, John Mauleverer, Robert de Plumpton, Nicholas de Middleton, knights.
Given at Ingmanthorpe Low Sunday 5 Ric.II
Seal: round, red wax, armorial, legend S. GUIB----E-E

Feoffment  WYL230/82  2 Apr 1388

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From Nicholas de Dyghton, vicar of the Church of North Cave, son and heir of William de Dyghton, to Thomas de Howom, citizen and merchant of York of all lands etc. formerly of William, His (Nicholas's) father in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Robert Roos of Ingmanthorpe, Robert de Lynton, Robert de Bylton, John de Preston, William de Clyderowe, Thomas Shotelworth, Adam Coke.
Given at North Deighton 2 April 1388.
Seal: round, red, squirrel (?) within design, legend indistinct.

Quitclaim  WYL230/83  4 Apr 1388

Contents:
From Nicholas de Dyghton, vicar of the church of North Cave, son and heir of William de Dyghton, to Thomas de Howom citizen and merchant of York of all lands etc. in North Deighton which Thomas has of his gift.
Witnesses: Robert Roos of Ingmanthorpe, Robert de Lynton, Robert de Bylton, John de Preston, William de Clyderowe, Thomas Shotelworth, Adam Coke.
Given at North Deighton 4 April 1388.
Seal: large, round red, squirrel within design, legend indistinct.

Quitclaim  WYL230/84  5 Apr 1399

Contents:
From John Littelberry, chaplain to Robert Ros son of Robert Ros of Ingmanthorpe, knight, of all the lands and tenements which he ( John) lately held jointly with Richard Suttebery, of the gift of Richard de Lynton of North Deighton and Agnes his wife in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Robert de Plumpton, knight, Robert de Bylton, Peter de Dyghton, Richard de Arthyngton, Robert le Wilsthorpe.
Given at North Deighton 5 April 22 Richard II
Seal: small, dark, indistinct.

Feoffment  WYL230/85  1398-99

Contents:
From John Marisshall of Shadwell to John Litelbery and William Fuyster, chaplains of one messuage with a croft in North Deighton which Marisshal had of the gift of Henry Fox rector of the church of Stanfort in Leicestershire.
Witnesses: William de Hoperton, Robert de Bylton, John de Ingleby, Peter de Dyghton.
Given at North Deighton 22 Ric.II
Seal: red wax, crushed and broken.

Feoffment  WYL230/86  1398-99

Contents:
From John Litelbery and William Fuyster, chaplains, to Robert de Roos, elder son and heir of Robert de Roos, knight, of Ingmanthorpe of one messuage, with a croft in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Nicholas de Middelton, knight, John de Ingleby, Robert de Bilton, William de Hoperton.
Given at North Deighton 22 Richard II
Seals: two indistinct.

Power of attorney  WYL230/87  1398-99

Contents:
From John Litelbery and William Fuyster, chaplains, to John Cokeryke and John Sayn to deliver seisin to Robert de Roos, elder son and heir of Robert de Roos of Ingmanthorpe, knight, of one messuage with a croft in North Deighton.
Given at North Deighton 22 Richard II
Seals: two ( 1) red, (2) natural wax, badly broken on tongues.

Feoffment  WYL230/88  3 Jul 1400

Contents:
From Richard son and heir of Richard de Lynton of North Deighton to John de Bonay of Little Ribston of one messuage with adjoining garden and 4 acres and one rood of land in North Deighton which came to him on the death of his father Richard de Lynton, who had it of the gift of Robert son of William Coule of North Deighton.
Witnesses: Robert Foulbaron, Richard Popler, Peter de Dighton, John de Askham, Robert Butler.
Given at North Deighton
Seal: small, round, red,-(?) head with horns, indistinct letters.

Feoffment  WYL230/89  13 Mar 1401

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From William Sanham to Robert Bilton of one messuage and 6 acres in North Deighton lying between the tenement of Robert Bilton and the tenement of Nicholas Fox, chaplain and from the highway to the said Croft.
Witnesses: Richard de Lynton, William de Lynton his son, Robert Buteler, John Walkar, Thomas Knott of North Deighton.
Given at North Deighton Sunday after the feast of St. Gregory the Pope 2 Henry IV
Seal: oblong, dark wax with red impression monogram IS

Feoffment  WYL230/90  3 Jun 1401

Contents:
From Thomas de Howom citizen and merchant of York to John Bonay of Ribston, Richard de Cleseby of York, goldsmith, and Richard Sudbiry, chaplain, of all lands etc. which Thomas had of the gift of Nicholas de Dyghton, vicar of the Church of North Cave, son and heir of William de Dyghton, in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Robert de Plumpton, Nicholas de Middelton, knights, Robert Fulbaron, Robert de Bilton, Peter de Dyghton, Richard de Lynton, John Askham.
Given at North Deighton
Seals: two (1) with TH and indistinct lettering on tag, (2) a shield with mercer's mark(?), attached to (1)

Power of attorney  WYL230/91  3 Jun 1401

Contents:
From Thomas de Howom citizen and merchant of York to Robert de Marton to deliver seisin to John Bonay of Ribston, Richard de Cleseby of York, goldsmith, and Richard Sudbiry chaplain, of lands etc. in North Deighton.
Given at York
Seal: round, red wax, TH Crowned.

Feoffment  WYL230/92  7 Nov 1401

Contents:
From Richard de Lynton of Deighton to Halnatheus Mauleverer of one messuage, 37 acres of land and 2 acres of wood in Deighton with an annual rent of ten pence from the land of Robert Roos and Robert de Bilton in Deighton, to hold of the chief lord of the fee, the Prior of St. John of Jerusalem.
Witnesses: Robert de Plompton, Richard de Goldesburgh, Nicholas de Midelton, knights, Robert Roos, Robert de Bilton.
Given at Deighton 7 Nov. 3 Henry IV
Seal: small, round red.

Quitclaim  WYL230/93  20 Jan 1403

Contents:
From Richard de Lynton son and heir of Richard de Lynton of North Deighton to Halnatheus Mauleverer lord of Allerton Mauleverer, of lands etc. formerly of his father Richard de Lynton in North Deighton.
Given at North Deighton 20 Jan 4 Henry IV
Seal: round, dark green, capital S

Quitclaim  WYL230/94  1 Feb 1403

Contents:
From William de Lynton son of Richard de Lynton of North Deighton to Halnatheus Mauleverer, lord of Allerton Mauleverer of lands which were Richard de Lynton's in North Deighton.
Given at North Deighton next Ribston 1 Feb. 4 Henry IV
Seal: small round, dark green seal on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/95  1 Nov 1404

Contents:
From Halnatheus Mauleverer knight to Robert Maugere of Esyngwald ( Easingwold ? ) of all lands etc. in North Deighton which Mauleverer had of the gift of Richard de Lynton son and heir of Richard de Lynton of North Deighton.
Witnesses: Sirs Robert de Plumpton, Nicholas de Midilton, knights, Robert de Bilton, John Boney, Thomas Cattall.
Given at Allerton Mauleverer 1 Nov. 6 Henry IV
Seal: large round red, tilted shield with helmet above, legend S. HALNATH MAULEVERER.

Power of attorney  WYL230/96  2 Nov 1404

Contents:
From Halnatheus Mauleverer, chevalier, to Robert Whyte of Spofforth and Thomas Galwath of the same to deliver seisin to Robert Maugere of Esyngwald (Easingwold ?) of all lands etc. in North Deighton.
Given at Allerton Mauleverer 2 Nov. 6 Henry IV
Seal: round red wax tilted shield, helm and greyhound above, legend-------MAULEVERER, broken on tongue, 2nd tongue with seal missing.

Quitclaim  WYL230/97  20 Mar 1405

Contents:
From Nicholas atte Kelde and Adam de Hoperton, chaplains, to Robert Maugere of Easingwold, of all lands etc. in North Deighton they had lately of the gift of Halnatheus Mauleverer knight.
Given at North Deighton 20 March 6 Henry IV
Seals: two, round, red ( 1) with capital S(2) man's head, on tags.

Feoffment  WYL230/98  25 Jun 1405

Contents:
From Nicholas Storour chaplain to Robert Mortayn of all his lands and tenements in North Deighton and also all his goods.
Witnesses: William Thwaytes, William Daynill, William Gramorye, Robert Willesthorpe, Henry de Melton, Henry Jakson, Thomas Dawson.
Given at Bilton day after the Nativity of John the Baptist 6 Henry IV
Seal: round, dark green, with device, on tag.

Quitclaim  WYL230/99  12 Sep 1405

Contents:
From Nicholas Storour chaplain to Robert Morteyn of all lands etc. in Bramham and Marston which lately he had with John Camsall, chaplain, of the gift of the same Robert, and a messuage and 8 acres land in North Deighton which he lately had of the gift of Robert Roos son of Robert Roos of Ingmanthorpe.
Witnesses: Sir Henry Vavasour, knight, Richard Fairefax, William Thwaytes, William Gramorye, John Normanvile, William Dayvyll, Henry de Melton.
Given at Marston 12 Sept. 6 Henry IV
Seal: broken, red wax, on tag.

Quitclaim  WYL230/100  5 Jul 1407

Contents:
From Richard Sudbyry, chaplain, to John Bonay of North Deighton of all lands etc. which he had of the gift of Thomas de Howam of York in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Robert de Plumpton, Richard de Goldesburgh, Halnatheus Mawleverer, knights, Peter de Dyghton, Richard de Lynton.
Given at North Deighton
Seal: round red, monogram RS, legend SIGILLUM RICI STRIT---, on tongue.

Quitclaim  WYL230/101  5 Jul 1407

Contents:
From Richard de Cleseby of York, goldsmith, to John Bonay of North Deighton of all lands etc. which he had of the gift of Thomas de Howom of York in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Robert de Plumpton, Nicholas de Middilton, Halnatheus Mauleverer, knights, Robert Roose, Thomas att Kelde.
Given at North Deighton
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/102  9 Jul 1408

Contents:
From John Walkar of North Dyghton to Sirs William de Deighton and John de Kyghlay, chaplains of all his lands and tenements in North Deighton.
Witnesses: John de Burgh, Richard Fairefax, Robert Sor, Robert de Bilton, Peter de Dyghton, Richard Pafelar, John de Bentham.
Given at North Deighton 9 July 9 Henry IV
Seal: red, oblong, a device, on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/103  30 Nov 1409

Contents:
From John Bunnay of North Deighton to John del Stede, Nicholas del Keld, Richard Sudebyry, William de Derngton, chaplains, Richard Germouth vicar of Ilkley, Peter de Dyghton and Robert Laxman, chaplain, of all his lands and tenements in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Richard Goldysburgh, Hannley Mauleverer, Nicholas de Middilton, knights, Richard Fairefax, William Dayvell, Thomas Dayvell, Robert Roose.
Given at North Deighton on the feast of St. Andrew 11 Henry IV
Seal: vesica, red wax, a device, on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/104  1409-10

Contents:
From William de Buteler son and heir of John Buteler to Robert Roos son and heir of Robert Roos, knight of one messuage, 88 acres of land and a wood called Butler Wood next the Crimple in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Robert (?) de Redman, Robert de Goldesburgh, knights, Richard de Fayrfax, William de Hoperton, Thomas de Bilton.
Given at North Deighton 11 Henry IV
Seal: round, red, a bird, on tag.

Quitclaim  WYL230/105  2 Jun 1411

Contents:
From Richard de Sudbury rector of the church of Crofton to Robert Mauger of Easingwold of all the lands which he had of the gift of Richard de Lynton of North Deighton in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Nicholas de Midilton, knight, Thomas de Anlaby rector of the church of Spofforth, John Woderofe, Robert Whyte, Robert de Bykerton of Spofforth.
Given at North Deighton 2 June 12 Henry IV
Seal: round, brown, virgin and child enthroned, head shoulders of man at foot, legend S.EPIS IOHIS DE-----

Feoffment  WYL230/106  10 Jan 1413

Contents:
From William Authorp rector of the church of South Deighton to Robert Roos of Ingmanthorpe, Nicholas Gascoigne, Richard Gascoigne, Robert Willesthorp, John de Arthyngton and Thomas del Thwatys, junior, of all his lands, tenements, rents and services in North Deighton which he along with Miles de Stapilton now deceased, lately had of the gift of Robert de Plumpton and Nicholas de Midleton, knights.
Witnesses: Richard de Redemayne, Richard de Goldesburgh, knights, John Hamerton, Richard Fairefax, William de Hoperton.
Given at North Deighton Tuesday after Epiphany 14 Henry IV
Seal: round, red, 2 figures under canopies, legend indistinct.

Feoffment  WYL230/107  25 Jun 1415

Contents:
From William Appilton of Herneby to John del Chaumbre son of William de Chaumbre of Braham of all his lands etc. in North Deighton and Little Ribston.
Given at North Deighton Tuesday after the feast of St. John the Baptist 3 Henry V
Seal: round, red, shield with chevron and 3 buck's heads.

Quitclaim  WYL230/108  8 Aug 1415

Contents:
From John de Eston chaplain Thomas Appilton of Layburn, Richard Thursby of North Deighton, Thomas Hagger, chaplain, and John Water of Richmond to John del Chaumbre of Braham of all lands etc. lately of William de Appilton of Herneby in North Deighton and Little Ribston.
Given at North Deighton Thursday after St. Peter ad vincula 3 Henry V
Seals: (1) oval with bird, (2) round, cross on stag's head and legend IES---ERCI, (3) round, spokes of wheel, (4) Square with lines.

Feoffment  WYL230/109  29 Sep 1415

Contents:
From Robert Mawger of Easingwold to John del Chaumber of Braham of all lands etc. he lately had of the gift of Hanlatheus Mauleverer, knight, in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Sir Robert de Plumton, Sir Nicholas de Midilton, knights, John de Midilton, son of Nicholas, Robert Roos of Ingmanthorpe, Robert Bilton of North Deighton.
Given at North Deighton the feast of St. Michael 3 Henry V (29 Sept.1415)
Seal: round, red, fleur de lys.

Feoffment  WYL230/110  2 Oct 1422

Contents:
From John de Kyghlay, chaplain to John Roys, Henry Thwayts and Robert de Arthyngton, of all his lands in North Deighton which he had of the gift of John Walker.
Witnesses: John Thwates, John de Chamber, John Fulbarn.
Given at Deighton [...] Friday after the feast of St. Michael I Henry VI
Seal: red, oval, crowned P, on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/111  12 Jul 1428

Contents:
From John Clyf, chaplain, William Bilton, man' (Manciple?), Thomas Knott and Agnes de Bilton, lately wife of Robert de Bilton to John Roos of one messuage with a garden and 6 acres land in North Deighton.
Witnesses: Henry de Chaumbre, John de Chaumbre, John Fulbarn, John Kelyngbek, Geoffrey Jonson.
Given at North Deighton 12 July (?)
6 Henry VI
Stained.
Seals: missing, 3 tags.

Feoffment  WYL230/112  23 Jun 1433

Contents:
From William Bilton, Man' (manciple ?) to Agnes wife of William Gen of all lands etc. in North Deighton which he had, together with others, of the gift of Robert Bilton of North Deighton.
Witnesses: William Plumpton, knight, Willaim Midilton, Guy Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax, John Chamber, John Clerk, park keeper of Spofforth Hawe, Roger Blase, bailiff of Spofforth.
Given at North Deighton 23 June 11 Henry VI
Seal: round, red RB crowned.

Feoffment  WYL230/113  1 Nov 1433

Contents:
From William Gen and Agnes his wife to Henry Percy Earl of Northumberland, John Bartram, knight, Nicholas Clerk, rector of Spofforth, Thomas Fayrfax and John Clerk, forester of Spofforth Haggs of all their lands in North Deighton.
Witnesses: William Normandvyll, knight, Guy Fayrfax, Brian Davell, John Bekwyth, Roger Blaas.
1 Nov. 12 Henry VI
Seal: small, square, red with device.
Attached:-
(b) Quitclaim from Henry Percy Earl of Northumberland to Edward Gen son of William Gen and Agnes his wife of all the lands in North Deighton late of William Gen which he had along with John Bertram, Kt, Nicholas Fayrfax, now deceased, and John Clerk forester of Spofforth Haggs.
15 Feb. 33 Henry VI (1455)
Seal: round, red wax, lion with collar on tag.

Settlement made before marriage  WYL230/114  14 Apr 1440

Contents:
Of Robert, son and heir of John Roos of Laxton Esq, and Elizabeth, daughter of William Midilton of Stockeld, Esq, by which it is agreed that William will pay John 145 marks, and that John will enfeoff Robert and Elizabeth with lands to the yearly value of 10 marks in North Deighton, and after the death of Dame Elizabeth Etton lands to the value of 5 marks, and that he will leave lands of the value of 100 marks to the use of Robert after the deaths of life tenants. John will repay the 145 marks if Robert divorces Elizabeth, or £46. 8s. 4d. if there are no children living when Elizabeth is 42, and will provide for the marriage of daughters if Robert dies leaving no sons. William is to have governance of Robert and Elizabeth until Robert is 14, and both are to be bound by statute merchant in 200 marks.
Written at York 14 Apr. 18 Henry VI
Seal: red, square, IR.
Counterpart of above
Seal: round, red, animal (?)

Defeasance  WYL230/115  24 May 1439

Indenture form

Contents:
By which John Roos of Laxton grants that if John Bonnay of North Deighton pays £5 and 20s - (?) he may occupy a place in North Deighton called Biller Place which he had granted to Roos, yielding annually 13s 4d to Roos.
Written 24 May 17 Henry VI
Seal: red, oblong, device, on tag.

Lease  WYL230/116  25 Dec 1440

Indenture form

Contents:
From John Roos Esq., lord of North Deighton and Agnes Geen wife of William Geen of the same to Richard Smythe of Kirk Deighton, husbandman, of a tenement in North Deighton for 12 years, rendering annually 40s -.
Witnesses: John Smythe, Robert Jeffrayson, Robert Clerk.
Given at North Deighton Christmas 19 Henry VI
Seal: missing, tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/117  14 Feb 1443

Contents:
From John Roos of Laxton esq., to Robert Roos his son and heir and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of William Medilton of Stockeld Esq., of a toft and croft and 22 acres now in the tenure of John Wright, a toft and 4 acres now in the tenure of Richard Dighton, a toft and croft and 4 acres now in the tenure of John Malynson, a cottage now in the tenure of Thomas Cawse, 6 acres now in the tenure of Robert Milner, a croft and 3 acres now in the tenure of Margaret Haward, a croft and 36 acres now in the tenure of John Barnbow, a tenement now in the tenure of John Hwton(?), 31 acres now in the tenure of William Wike, a tenement with 40 acres now in the tenure of Robert Genekyr all in North Deighton.
Witnesses: William Plumpton, Robert Roos, William Normanville, knights, Laurence Hamyrton, William Fayrfax, John Vavesour, Brian Dayvell, esquires.
Given At North Deighton 14 Feb. 21 Henry VI
Seal: small round red, animal(?)

Power of attorney  WYL230/118  14 Feb 1443

Contents:
From John Roos of Laxton, esq., to Henry Chawmbir of Braham (Brame) and John Chawmbir of the same, to deliver seisin to Robert Roos his son and heir and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of William Medylton of Stockeld, esq., of a toft, croft and 22 acres now in the tenure of John Wright, a toft and 4 acres now in the tenure of Richard Dyghton, a toft, croft, and 4 acres now in the tenure of John Malynson, a cottage now in the tenure of Thomas Cawse, 6 acres now in the tenure of Robert Milner, a croft and 3 acres now in the tenure of Margaret Haward, a croft and 36 acres now in the tenure of John Barnbow, a tenement now in the tenure of John Hwton, 31 acres now in the tenure of William Wyke and a tenement with 40 acres now in the tenure of Robert Genekir in North Deighton, to hold according to the form of his charter to Robert and Elizabeth.
Given at North Deighton 14 Feb. 21 Henry VI
Seal: small, round, red, an animal(?), on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/119  10 Jun 1444

Slightly nibbled

Contents:
From John del Chaumbre of Braham to John Foleby chaplain of all lands etc. he had of the gift of William Appilton of Herneby in North Deighton and Little Ribston, and all lands etc. he had of the gift of Robert Mawger of Easingwold in North Deighton.
Witnesses: John Roos, William Middilton, Henry del Chaumbre, esquires, William del Chaumbre, son of Henry, Richard Askham.
Given at North Deighton 10 June 23 Henry VI
Seal: broken.

Feoffment  WYL230/120  16 Dec 1446

Indenture form

Contents:
From John Roos of Laxton, Esq., to Robert Roos, his eldest son, and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of William Medilton of Stockeld, esquire, of a messuage, a croft and 100 acres in North Deighton now in the tenure of William Chapman and a close called Moreclose in North Deighton between Crimple on the west and the highway from Walshford Bridge to Kirk Deighton on the east, to hold to Robert and Elizabeth and the heirs male of Robert.
Witnesses: William Plompton, Robert Roos, knights, Henry Chaumbyr, Brian Dayvell, Richard Banke.
Given at North Deighton 16 Dec. 25 Henry VI
Seal: missing, tag.

Award  WYL230/121  29 Jul 1447

Contents:
Of John de Thwaytes, John Wenslagh, Robert Nevill and Henry Burton, arbitrators between Sir Robert Roos of Ingmanthorpe, knight, and Robert Roos his son on one part and John Roos of Laxton, esq., on the other, concerning rights and titles to the manors of Kirk Deighton, Ingmanthorpe, Newsome and Cattall, North Deighton, Steeton, Barrowby, Braithwaite, and Azerley and lands in these places.
Given the Saturday before the feast of St.Peter ad vincula 25 Henry VI
Seal: 7 red wax seals, indistinct, on tags.

Covenant  WYL230/122  c1447

Indenture form

Contents:
By John Roos and Isabel his wife to release by fine to Sir Robert Roos all claim to the manors of Kirk Deighton and Ingmanthorpe and 8 messuages, 20 acres of land, 100 acres of meadow, 500 acres of pasture and 20 acres of wood in the same towns, and in the same way to Robert Roos, son of Sir Robert and Margaret his wife, all claim to the manors of Newsome and Cattall and to 4 messuages, 20 acres of land, 100 acres of meadow, 500 acres of pasture and 100 acres of wood in Newsome and Cattall; and to sue a writ of attaint against Sir Robert and Joan his wife and Robert and Margaret his wife over the assise lately between them.
Seal: red wax, indistinct, on tongue.

Copies of 2 deeds concerning the manors of South Deighton and Ingmanthorpe, 8 Richard II  WYL230/123  15th century

One document

Contents:
And extracts apparently concerning a fine between Robert Roos of Ingmanthorpe and Joanna his wife and John Roos of Laxton and others of the manors of North Deighton, Steeton and Braithwaite.

Feoffment  WYL230/124  8 Jan 1455

Contents:
From Agnes Gen in her pure widowhood to Edward Gen her son of her capital messuage in North Deighton and all her lands there.
Witnesses Henry Vavasour, William Chaumbr', Laurence Kyghley, William Godley, Richard Morwell
Given at North Deighton 8 Jan. 33 Henry VI (1455)
Seal: round, red wax, a G, on tag.

Power of attorney  WYL230/125  8 Jan 1455

Contents:
From Agnes Gen to Henry Vavasour, gentleman, to deliver seisin to Edward Gen her son of her capital messuage and all her lands in North Deighton.
Given 8 Jan 33 Henry VI (1455)
Seal: round red, a G(?), on tongue.

Quitclaim  WYL230/126  10 Jan 1455

Contents:
From John Clerk of Spofforth to Edward Gen son and heir of William Gen and Agnes his wife of North Deighton of all the lands in North Deighton which should come to Edward by hereditary right and which Clerk had of the gift of William and Agnes.
Witnesses: John Snayth, chaplain, Richard Bykerton, John Bykerton, Robert Lowson of Spofforth.
Given at Deighton 10 Jan. 33 Henry VI
Seal: round, red, shield with lion rampant.

Quitclaim  WYL230/127  3 Feb 1455

Contents:
From Joanna Gen daughter of William Gen to Edward Gen her brother of all lands etc. in North Deighton.
Given 3 Feb. 33 Henry VI
Seal: round, red, bird(?), on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/128  10 Jul 1455

Contents:
From Edward Gen son of Agnes lately wife of William Gen to William Vavasour of Saxton, of his capital messauge with all his lands etc. in North Deighton.
Witnesses: William Gascoyne and John Langton, knights, Henry Vavasour, Laurence Kyghley, William Godley.
Given at North Deighton 10 July 33 Henry VI
Seal: round, red, a G(?)

Quitclaim  WYL230/129  7 Mar 1458

Contents:
From William Vavasour brother of Henry Vavasour of Hazelwood, Esquire, to John Roos of Laxton, Esquire and Robert his son, of 4 messuages, 120 acres land, 18 acres meadow, 8 acres wood and 40 acres pasture in North Deighton, over which William has brought an assise of novel disseisin against John and Robert, and also of all lands etc. in North Deighton; William to guarantee these lands to them against John the abbot of St. Mary at York and his successors.
Given 7 March 36 Henry VI
Seal: round, red, unicorn's head and lettering.

Quitclaim  WYL230/130  9 Apr 1458

Contents:
From Isabel Gen daughter of Agnes Gen of North Deighton to John Roos Esquire and Robert Roos his son of a capital messuage and 2 cottages with all lands etc. in North Deighton lately of Edward Gen her brother; to be guaranteed against John the abbot of the monastery of St. Mary at York.
Witnesses: William Gascoinge, William Plompton, knights, John Maleverer, Robert Arthyngton, esquires, William Chamber.
Given 9 April 36 Henry VI
Seal: dark red, oval, indistinct.

Quitclaim  WYL230/131  8 Oct 1464

Contents:
From John Thuresby chaplain, son of Richard Thuresby late of Spofforth and Agnes his wife, one of the daughters and heiresses of Nicholas Smyth once of North Deighton, and Robert Roos of North Deighton Esq., to Richard Keswyk of Nettlestead in Suffolk, son of John Keswyk and Joanna his wife, the other daughter and heiress of Nicholas Smyth, of all lands etc. in North Deighton which were Nicholas Smyth's.
Witnesses: Robert Conestable, knight, Walter Calverley, Thomas Bowling, William Hopton esquires.
Given at North Deighton 8 Oct. 4 Edward IV
Seals: (1) red, oval, I; (2) red, pressed on tags.

Quitclaim  WYL230/132  10 Oct 1464

Contents:
From Richard Keswyk of Nettlestead, Suffolk, to Robert Roos Esquire of North Deighton of all lands etc. in North Deighton which were of Nicholas Smyth, Richard's grandfather.
Witnesses: William Medylton of Stockeld, Esquire, William Nalson, rector of the church of Kirk Deighton, Robert Clerk of the same.
Given at North Deighton 10 Oct. 4 Edward IV
Seal: small round red, crowned R, on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/133  6 Oct 1464

Contents:
From John Thuresby of York, chaplain, son of Richard Thuresby late of Spofforth and Agnes his wife, one of the daughters and heiresses of Nicholas Smyth, once of North Deighton, to Richard Keswyk of Nettlestead, Suffolk, son of John Keswyk and Joanna his wife, the other daughter and heiress of Nicholas Smyth of all lands etc in North Deighton which were Nicholas Smyth's; with power of attorney to Robert Clerk of North Deighton to deliver seisin.
Witnesses: Robert Conestable, knight, Walter Calverley, Thomas Bowlyng, William Hopton, Esquires.
Given at North Deighton 6 Oct. 4 Edward IV
Seal: red, oval, I, on tag.

Indenture  WYL230/134  10 Feb 1475

Contents:
By which Robert Roos of Laxton grants to Christopher Chaumbre, son of John Chaumbre, 7 acres of land, lying near Christopher's 7 acres in the west, in North Deighton in the place called Morefeld, 4 acres in North Deighton in Newefeld, with ditch and hedges and 3 roods in Thorp Parkes between Christopher's land in the north and the land and wood formerly Robert Bilton's in the south bordering as far as the old ditch stretches on the water of Crimple on the west and the King's highway on the east; and in exchange Christopher grants to Robert 7 acres in North Deighton in Morefeld, one acre in the close called Rughclose and 4 acres in Ryddynges.
Witnesses: John Ardyngton, Thomas Frank Esq., William Marshall, Richard Saxton, John Bycarton.
Given 10 Feb. 14 Edward (IV)
Seal: Fragment on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/135  24 May 1475

Indenture form.

Contents:
From Robert Roos Esq., to William Plompton, knight, John Stanhope, Esq., Richard Pygot, serjeant at law, Christopher Wandesforth, Esq., William Roos, clerk, Thomas Middelton, John Caxton, John Whitemore, Roger Curteys, Thomas Shirwende, chaplain, and Robert Wilson of his manor of Laxton in the county of Nottingham, his manor of North Deighton in Yorkshire with all lands etc. and also his manor of Steeton in Yorkshire with all lands etc.,; with power of attorney to Richard Snowe, William Doughty, John Ivisshe, and John Taillom' to deliver seisin.
Witnesses: Robert Markham, knight, Robert Sutton, Richard Byngham, Miles Wyllesthorpe, John Ardyngton, esquires.
Given 24 May 15 Edward IV
Seal: round, red, crowned R with ear of corn on either side.

Bond  WYL230/136  17 Sep 1477

Contents:
Of Robert Roos of Laxton, Nottingham, Esquire, to Nicholas Medilton of Stubham in 40 marks, not to disturb Middleton's lease of the manor of North Deighton.
17 Sept. 17 Edward IV
Seal: crowned R.

Indenture  WYL230/137  15 Dec 1477

Contents:
By which Robert Roos of Laxton Esq., grants to Christopher Chaumbre son of John Chaumbre a piece of land in North Deighton between the tenement of John Tailyour (?) and the tenement once held by John Gypton, and ½ an acre of land in the new field in the east; and Christopher grants Robert one acre of land in Rughclose.
Witnesses: John Ardyngton, Thomas Franke, Esquires, Richard Saxton, John Bekirton, Ralph Mowbray.
Given 15 Dec.17 Edward IV
Seal: round red, a stag.

Lease  WYL230/138  17 Dec 1477

Indenture form

Contents:
From Robert Roos of Laxton Esquire, to Nicholas Medilton of Stubham of his manor of North Deighton with appurtenances late in the holding of Robert Wilson, i.e., 72 acres arable land, closes called Byrkeclose, Gillclose, Lynestoke, Pond Close, a toft and croft lately belonging to the prior of Healaugh Park a close called Owars with an ing called Holyn Ing, for 21 years, paying 8 marks annually.
17 Dec.17 Edward IV
Seal: round red, crowned R.

Grant  WYL230/139  4 Jan 1479

Contents:
From Robert Roos Esq., to Rauland Sutton Esq., of an annual rent of 10 marks from his manor and land of Laxton for life from the death of his (Roos's) mother Isabell.
Given 4 Jan.18.Ed.IV
Seal: round, red wax, armorial, on tag.

Deed of covenant  WYL230/140  1 Jun 1479

Contents:
Between Robert Roos of Laxton, esq., on one part and John Gascoigne, esq., Richard Greene, Thomas Frank and Thomas Lister on the other, that Robert will make them a sufficient estate of the manor of North Deighton, and all lands, etc. in North Deighton which were his or John Roos his father's, will suffer a recovery to be brought against them and will cause his brother, William Roos, a priest, to release all his right in these premises, and in return that they will grant Robert an annual rent of 24 shillings from the same manor and lands.
1 June 19 Edward IV
Seals: 3 round red wax seals on tags (1) a figure (2) letter G(?) (3) device.

Indenture  WYL230/141  1 Jun 1479

Contents:
By which Robert Roos of Laxton Esquire agrees to make to John Gascoigne Esq., Richard Grene, Thomas Frank and Thomas Lister sufficient estate of the manor of North Deighton with all appurtenances etc. which belonged to Robert Roos or John his father, to allow a recovery by writ of right to be taken against him by them and to cause William Roos, priest, his brother, to release all claim to the manor of North Deighton, in return for which they will grant Robert an annual rent of 20 marks from the manor and lands.
1st June 19 Edward IV
Seal: round red, shield with Roos arms and lion rampant inpaled, legend SIGILL ROBERTI ROOS.

Feoffment  WYL230/142  4 Jul 1479

Contents:
From Robert Roos of Laxton Esquire, to John Gascoigne Esq., Richard Grene, Thomas Frank and Thomas Lister of his manor of North Deighton with all messuages, lands, etc., once his or John Roos his father's in North Deighton; with power of attorney to Thomas Fuyster and William Sclater to delivery seisin.
Witnesses: William Gascoigne, knight, Ralph Burnand Esq., John Pullan Esq., Richard Saxton, Christopher Chambre.
Given 4 July 19 Edward IV
Seal: round red wax, shield with Roos arms and lion (?) impaled, legend SIGILLU ROBERTI ROOS

Quitclaim  WYL230/143  5 Jul 1479

Contents:
From Robert Roos Esq., to John Gascoigne, esq., Richard Grene, Thomas Frank and Thomas Lister of the manor of North Deighton and tenements there which they have of his gift.
Witnesses: William Gascoigne, knight, Ralph Burnand esq., John Pullan, esq., Richard Saxton, Christopher Chambre.
Given 5 July 19 Edward IV
Seal: red, wax vesica armorial seal, most broken off, legend ROBERTI--------

Grant of wardship and marriage  WYL230/144  25 Jan 1480

Contents:
From Robert Roos of Laxton, Nottinghamshire, Esq., to John Bekerton, Robert Bunny and Agnes his wife, of Richard Bunny son and heir of Robert Bunny late of North Deighton, deceased, and of Joanna, Margaret and Agnes Bunny, Richard's sisters; with release of all actions brought against Bekerton and Robert and Agnes Bunny by Roos until the date of the present writing, for which they have paid 4 pounds.
25 Jan 19 Edward IV
Seal: missing, two tongues.

Feoffment  WYL230/145  20 Jan 1481

Contents:
From Robert Roos Esq., to Thomas, archbishop of York, etc. and chancellor of England, of his manor of North Deighton.
20 Jan. 20 Edward IV
Seal: round, red, crowned R.

Power of attorney  WYL230/146  20 Jan 1481

Contents:
From Thomas Archbishop of York etc., and chancellor of England to Thomas Lye to receive from Robert Roos seisin of the manor of North Deighton.
20 Jan.20 Edward IV
Seal: red, oval, stag, legend TE DEO---

Feoffment  WYL230/147  26 Jan 1481

Contents:
From Thomas archbishop of York, etc., to Robert Roos, Esq., of the manor of North Deighton which he had of the gift of the said Robert, on condition that Robert pays 100 marks; with power of attorney to Thomas Lye to deliver seisin.
26 Jan 20 Edward IV
Seal: round, red, a stag,leg--- DEO DO(?)

Feoffment  WYL230/148  6 May 1482

Contents:
From Thomas Hoperton of Hunsingove, gentleman, and Margaret his wife to John Taylyour of North Deighton, Henry Butler, and John Saxton of a messuage now in the tenure of John Flynt, 2 crofts and 42 acres in Gelsthorpe in Whixby, and a close called Thomlyn Ynge now held by Nicholas [...] Middiilton in North Deighton, with the Nidd on the south and the land of Robert Roos of Laxton on the north, which Thomas lately had of the gift of Robert Hoperton, his father.
Witnesses: William Gascoigne, Peter Middilton, Thomas Mauleverer, knights, Thomas Farefax, Edmund Malleve, Richard Grene, esquires, Richard Saxton, bailiff of Spofforth, John Bekerton of the same, William Curtas of Linton.
Given at North Deighton, 6 May 22 Edward IV
Seals: two, round, red(1)crowned M(2) I.

Feoffment  WYL230/149  6 May 1482

Contents:
As WYL230/148 but including 7 acres of land in the field of Hopperton.
6 May 22 Edward IV
Seals: two, round, red, (1) crowned M(2) H

Power of attorney  WYL230/150  6 May 1482

Contents:
From Thomas Hoperton of Hunsingore, Yorkshire, gentleman, and Margaret his wife to Ralph Mowbray to deliver seisin to John Taylyour of North Deighton, Henry Butler and John Saxton of a messuage 2 crofts and 42 acres in Gelsthorpe in Whixby, 7 acres in the field of Hopperton and a close called Thomlyn Ynge in North Deighton with the Nidd on the south and the land of Robert Roos of Saxton on the north which Thomas lately had of the gift of Robert Hoperton his father.
6 May 22 Edward IV
Seals: 2, round, red (1) crowned M,(2) H

Power of attorney  WYL230/151  28 Sep 1482

Contents:
From Robert Thakwray, William Thakwray and John Herfeld to Constantine Curteys, John Saxton, and John Pekard to deliver seisin to Thomas Middilton and Nicholas Middilton, of a messuage and 18 acres.
28 Sept. 22 Edward IV
Seals: 3, round red (1) crowned T, (2) W, (3) I.

Feoffment for life  WYL230/152  19 Oct 1482

Contents:
From Robert Roos of Laxton Esq. to Thomas Roos his son of 3 messuages, a close called Leyclose next Linestoke, with meadow called Gen Thyng in North Deighton, with power of attorney to Nicholas Midilton to deliver seisin.
Witnesses; William Bliton Esq., Thomas Cotun, chaplain, Robert Parker of Knesall(?), William Dughty of Laxton.
Given at Laxton 19th Oct. 22 Edward IV
Seal: round, red, shield with Roos arms impaled with lion rampant, legend SIGILLU ROBERTI ROOS.

Power of attorney  WYL230/153  28 Jul 1483

Contents:
From William Townende and Alice his wife to Constantine Curtas and John Pekarde of Askwith to deliver seisin to Thomas Middilton and Nicholas Middilton of a messuage and 18 acres.
28 July 1 Richard III
Seal: round, red crowned T on tag; 2nd tag with no seal.

Feoffment  WYL230/154  10 Jan 1487

Contents:
From Thomas Middilton, Nicholas Middilton, Esqs, William Roos, chaplain, and Robert Wilson to Richard Grene, Thomas Franke and Thomas Litster of the manor of North Deighton and messuages and lands in North Deighton which they had with William Plompton and others deceased of the gift of Robert Roos of Laxton, Esq., with power of attorney to William Sclater and Robert Swayn to deliver seisin.
Witnesses: William Gascoyng, Henry Vavasour, knights, Edmund Mawleverer, Thomas Fairfax, Percival Lyndley, esqs.
10 Jan. 2 Henry VII
Seals: 4 red wax seals on tags,(1) bird (ii) M (iii)IHS (iv) device like figure 8.

Quitclaim  WYL230/155  1 Feb 1487

Contents:
From John Gascoigne to Richard Grene, Thomas Frank, and Thomas Lyster of the manor of North Deighton with the lands etc. which were Robert Roos's, which he had jointly with them of the gift of Robert Roos.
1st Feb. 2 Henry VII
Seal: round, red, indistinct.

Quitclaim  WYL230/156  27 Apr 1487

Contents:
From Thomas Archbishop of York to Robert Roos lately of North Deighton in Yorkshire, Esq., of the manor of North Deighton
Given at the Castle of Cawood 27 April 2 Henry VII
Seal: round, red, a stag.

Receipt  WYL230/157  14 Feb 1488

Contents:
From Robert Roos of North Deighton in Yorkshire, Esquire, to Nicholas Myddilton of the same, esq., for 25 marks.
14 Feb.3 Henry VII
Seal: round, red, R, on tag.

Exemplification of a recovery  WYL230/158  1488

Contents:
Brought by Richard Grene esq., and Thomas Frank, esq., against Robert Roos esq., of the manor of North Deighton, and 24 messuages, 100 acres land, 20 acres meadow, 40 acres pasture, 10 acres wood and 20 shillings rent in North Deighton.
Hilary Term 3 Henry VII

Feoffment  WYL230/159  15 Nov 1488

Contents:
From Richard Bonay of North Deighton to Richard Grene, Thomas Franke and Thomas Litster of a messuage with adjoining garden and 4 acres and a rood in North Deighton which descended to him on the death of John Bonay his father.
Witnesses: Peter Middilton, Robert Plumpton, knights, Thomas Roos, Edward Malleverer, John Arthyngton, esquires.
Given at North Deighton 15 Nov.4 Henry VII
Seal: round, red, animal (?), legend S--- OVI---

Quitclaim  WYL230/160  1 Jul 1493

Contents:
From Robert Roos Esq., to Richard Grene, Thomas Frank and Thomas Lister, of the annual rent of 20 marks from the manor of North Deighton granted him by John Gascoigne, Richard Grene, Thomas Frank and Thomas Lister, and also of the manor of North Deighton and all lands etc. in North Deighton.
1st July 8 Henry VII
Seal: round, red, shield with Roos arms impaled with lion rampant, legend SIGILLU ROBERTI ROOS.

Quitclaim  WYL230/161  20 Apr 1494

Contents:
From Robert Wylson to Richard Grene, esq., Thomas Frank and Thomas Lytster of the manor and territories in North Deighton, which he, together with William Plompton, knight, Thomas Middilton, esq., William Roos, chaplain, and others now dead had of the gift of Robert Roos.
20 April 9 Henry VII
Seal: square, red wax, a bird, on tag.

Exchange  WYL230/162  20 Feb 1495

Contents:
Between Nicholas Medylton of North Deighton and Christopher Chamber by which Nicholas grants Christopher 10 acres land in the north-east of North Deighton in a close lately enclosed with hedges and ditches, between the close called Oxclose on the south and the close of the prior of St.John of Jerusalem called Watfurs on the north and abutting on the common pasture called North Deighton moor on the east and a close of Nicholas's on the west and Christopher grants to Nicholas a cottage, toft and croft, ½ an acre wood and 4 acres land in North Deighton, the cottage, toft, croft and wood lying between the highway called Spofforth Way on the south and a messuage of Nicholas 's on the north which was once Robert Roos's and abuts on the highway called Towngrene on the east, and the 4 acres land lying in a place called Berkclose, next the land of the Prioress of Arthington on the south and the water of Crimple on the east, Nicholas paying 16 pence to the King for outrent.
Witnesses: Richard Saxton of Spofforth, John Bikarton of the same town, Thomas Loco of Ingmanthorpe, John Chapman of North Deighton, Richard Langton of Wetherby.
20 Feb. 10 Henry VII
Seal: round, dark, indistinct, on tag.

Exemplification of a recovery  WYL230/163  1496

Contents:
Brought by Richard Grene, esq., and Thomas Frank, esq., against Robert Roos, esq., and Elizabeth his wife, of the manor of North Deighton and 24 messuages, 50 acres land, 60 acres meadow, 300 acres pasture, 40 acres wood and 20 shillings rent in North Deighton and Barrowby.
Hilary Term 11 Henry VII

Feoffment  WYL230/164  7 Apr 1500

Contents:
From Nicholas Middilton of North Deighton next Spofforth esq., Richard Grene of Newby next Topcliffe esq., and Thomas Lytster, gent., to Henry Earl of Northumberland, William Bishop of Carlisle, Martin Colyns, clerk, Robert Pycherd, Rector of Spofforth Church, clerk, Thomas Babthorp, clerk, William Babthorp, John Vavasour of Newton and Robert Radclyff of the manor of North Deighton and lands in North Deighton and Barrowby to the use of Nicholas and to fulfil his will.
Also power of attorney to William Jacson, chaplain, and William Spynks to deliver seisin.
7 April 15 Henry VII

RIPLEY  [no ref. or date]

Notification  WYL230/165  c1156

Contents:
From Warner son of Wihomar to Eustace son of John, William de Vecchi his son, Geoffrey his brother and his nephews Robert Devalonia and Geoffrey his brother, and all the tenants and men of Sir Eustace and his sons, that he has granted to Bernard the clerk 4 carucates of land in Ripley and a mill and ½ a carucate in Whipley for ¼ of a knight's service.
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/166  c1170-1200

Contents:
From Ralph son of Roger to Bernard and Richard sons of Norman of ½ a knight's fee in Ripley, to hold as their ancestors held of his ancestors.
Witnesses: Adam son of Norman, Waldef de Jadun, Richard son of Guy, Henry son of Ipolite, Thomas son of John, Hugh de Godelesburg, Arthur son of Serlo, Roger Briton, Alan de Stainley, Guiomar and Roger sons of Ralph son of Roger, Thomas son of Torphin, Adam de Merkinfield, Swein de Torneton, Roger de Karelton, Ralph his Uncle(?), Ranulf the clerk, Bernard de Linton, Roger Henry, Ernald son of Ralph, Girard son of Robert.
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/167  c1170-1200

Contents:
From Bernard de Rippll' to Richard his brother of 4½ carucates of land in Ripley held of Geoffrey Trussebut with advowson of the church, and the mill, rendering the forinsec service belonging to 4½ carucates where 9 carucates make a knight's fee.
Witnesses: Gernegan de Thanefeud, Hugh his son, Wimer son of Warner, Roger son of Ralph, Helis de Bedale, Roger de Karletun, Alan de Sinderby, Roger Bret, Simon his son, Robert de Mercingtun, Swain de Thorntun, William de Scottun, Alan Childermaister, Henry de His'bec, Isaac de Timbel, John Forester, Girard de Asmunderby, Michael de Laiburn.
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/168  c1170-1200

Contents:
From Bernard de Rippll' to Richard his brother of 4½ carucates of land in Ripley held of Geoffrey Trussebut with advowson of the church and the mill, rendering the forinsec service belonging to 4½ carucates where 9 carucates make one knight's fee.
Witnesses: Hugh son of Gernegan, Roger his brother, Wimer son of Warner, Roger son of Ralph, Helis de Bedale, Roger de Karletun, Alan de Sinderbi, Alan Childermaister, Henry de Heserbec, Gerard de Asmunderbi, Michael de Laibrun, Simon Bret, Alan de Hiserbec, Isaac de Timbel, John Forester, Robert de Merigtun.
Seal: remains in bag, on tag.

Copy feoffment  WYL230/169  14th century

14th cent.copy on paper

Contents:
From Ralph son of William de Scotton to the monks of the Church of St. Mary of Fountains of 1½ carucates in Ripley and Ulecotes, rendering 2 shillings annually.
Witnesses: John Aleman, William Ward, William de Salleia, William de Corton, William de Munketon, Robert the Forester, Robert Brun, Richard de Torp.
Probable date c.1170 - 1200.

Feoffment  WYL230/170  c1180-1230

Contents:
From Richard son of Roger de Rippeley to Robert his brother of 3 acres of land in territory of Ripley, given by Roger his father to the Church of All Saints at Ripley and lying in Ormescroft, to hold of the Church of All Saints, rendering annually 1 lb of incense.
Witnesses: William de Rippelay, Richard Turpin, Thomas Turpin, Robert de Clint, Thomas son of Roger, Bernard de Hamesthect, William de Goldesburgh.
Seal: red wax, vesica, plant. Legend SIGIL. RICARDI FIL. ROGERI.

Feoffment  WYL230/171  c1180-1230

Contents:
From Ralph son of William de Scotton to Roger son of Thomas de Ulecotes of 1 bovate which Thomas, Roger's father, held of Ralph's father in Ulecotes with all appurtenances except 1½ acres in the croft which was Roger de Ulecotes's, rendering 3 shillings annually.
Witnesses: Nigel de Plumton, Richard de Brerton, Alan de Stainleia, Nicholas de Caiton, William son of Richard de Rippel', Thomas, Richard son of Alexander de Scotton, Richard de Thorp, Robert son of Uckemann de Rippel', William de Godlesburg.
Seal: red wax vesica, 3 ears of corn, legend SIGILL RADULF DE SCOTTONA.

Feoffment  WYL230/172  c1990-1220


Related information: Attached to WYL230/173

Contents:
From Roger de Methelton to Alan son of Nicholas de Caiton of ½ an acre in the territory of Ripley in Torphin's Croft towards the north, ½ acre at Handiran, ½ rood of meadow next to Whaiteholm, all the meadow belonging to the land of Nicholas de Caiton at Hallestat, and the common of the same will, as much as belongs so much land, Alan to have 10 pigs a year in the wood if he wishes, rendering annually 1 lb. pepper.
Witnesses; William de Rippell', Richard de Brerton, Thomas de Walkingham, William le Aleman, Hervey de Stainleia, Robert de Munketon, Adam Anglicus
(The Englishmen)
Seal: red wax, badly broken, on tag.

Quitclaim  WYL230/173  c1190-1220


Related information: Attached to WYL230/172

Contents:
From Alan son of Nicholas de Kayton to Walter de Renny of all the tenement in Ripley Alan held of Roger de Methelton, viz. ½ acre in Torphin's croft to the north, ½ acre at Hauderan, 1 rood of meadow towards Whaiteholm, all meadow pertaining to the land of Nicholas de Kayton at Hallestat, which Alan held of Roger de Methelton his nephew for 1 lb pepper annually, with same liberties Alan had in Ripley and which are contained in a charter he had from Roger and has given to Walter, Walter is to render 1d annually and has given 11s 4s for quitclaim.
Witnesses: William de Ryppeley, Thomas de Walkyngham, Richard de Brerton, William Alemann, Hervey de Staynley, Robert de Muneketon, Adam the Frenchman (Gallicus?), Henry de Screvin.
Seal: natural wax, vesica(?), broken, plant.
Legend SIGILL ALA

Feoffment  WYL230/174  c1220-1250


Related information: Attached to WYL230/175

Contents:
From Robert de Ripell son of Bernard de Ripley to William son of William de Ripell' of all the land William his father held in Ripley, to be held of him as Bernard his (Robert's) father held of Geoffrey Trussebuth doing service for ½ a knight's fee.
Witnesses: John Aleman, Serlon de Westuit, Mathew de Bramham, Nigel Pincerna (the butler?), Daniel de Dicton, Walter his brother, Roger Bugun, Thomas de Winebis, Richard de Hotot, Walter de Monte Aureo, Hugh de Witon.
Seal: gone.

Quitclaim  WYL230/175  1242-48


Related information: Attached to WYL230/174

Contents:
From Richard son of Alexander de Scotton to William son of William de Rippellay of 4½ carucates with appurtenances in Ripley, about which there was a plea between Richard and William in the county court at York before Henry de Bada, Roger de Stapeltun, Adam de Hilton, William de Leyrton and Elias de Witechirche; William paying 4½ marks of silver for this quitclaim.
Witnesses; John de Hamerton, William de Plumton, Richard de Brerton, William de Desert, Robert Pincerna of Deighton, Nigel his brother, Mathew de Bramham, Nigel son of Thomas de Stockeld, Geoffrey Dagun.
Seal missing.

Copy of two 13th century grants to Fountains Abbey.  WYL230/176  14th century

Contents:
1) Feoffment from Thomas son of Roger de Ryplay to God and the monks of Fountains of all his land in Godwyneschales in the territory of Ripley in pure and perpetual alms.
Witnesses: Master Adam de Stavelay, canon of Sowell (Southwell), then seneschal of Knaresborough, Robert de Plumton, Richard de Goldesburg, Master Walter de Stavell, Richard de Brereton, Robert de Neuton, Baldwin son of Henry de Scriven, William de Goldesburg.
2) Feoffment from William de Goldesburg serjeant of the lord King, with the consent of Avice his wife and William his son to God and the monks of Fountains in pure and perpetual alms, of all his land in Godwynescales in the territory of Ripley, beginning at the sike next to the bridge called Godwynbrygge, (Scarah Bridge) extending westward to Godwy Ayc ( Godwin Oak) and then to Lesebec, that is from one head to the other as the fee of Knaresborough is separated from the fee of Albini, and from Lesebec southwards as they are rightly divided between the field of Clint and Godwynscales, to the ancient fall of the same stream into the water of Nidd, and along the Nidd to the said sike on this side of Godwynbrigg, all the land within these boundaries in wood or plain, with full egress from the same land which Robert son of Huckeman once had, from the north of his house to Phwypelay (Whipley), seisin having been given in the court of Knaresborough.
Witnesses: Sir Adam de Stavell, canon of Sowell (Southwell) then seneschal of Knaresborough, Robert de Plumpton, Richard de Godlesburg, Master Walter de Stawelay, Richard de Brerton, Robert de Neuton, Baldwin son of Henry de Scriven, Thomas son of Roger de Rypellay.
Probable date 1234 - 50.
(14th cent.copy).

Quitclaim  WYL230/177  c1240-55

Contents:
From Adam son of William de Melling and Alice daughter of Robert de Hoton, his wife, to William son of William de Rippelay of ½ carucate of land in the territory of Ripley which Robert de Hoton once held and for which William has given a sum of money.
Witnesses: Sir Alan de Alfeld, and Sir Patrick de Westwike, knights, William de Merkingfeld, William de Stodlay, Mathew de Bram, Robert Pincerna, Nigel his brother, Nigel de Stockeld, Geoffrey Dagun, William Beugrannt, John son of Thomas de Dicton, John the clerk of Deighton.
Seal: missing, 2 tags.

Quitclaim  WYL230/178  c1250-78

Faded and stained

Contents:
From William de Rippeley to Robert de Stopham of land called Edmundriding below Newton, to be enclosed by Robert, in return for quitclaim from Robert, to William of Brineker from William's garden to Torfincroft and from Torfincroft to the stream of Ripley, to be enclosed by William, and a quitclaim from Robert to William of all common pasture in 'wasta mora' whenever the crop has been taken away(?), Berestoch Stubbing, Gretgatesheued, Normanby and land which was Serlo's from Matilda's land to boundary of Clint.
Witnesses: Sir William de Yreby, Sir Henry de Perci, Sir Patrick de Westwick, Sir Richard de Brerton, Sir James rector of Stainley, Sir John rector of Copgrove, Walter---of Deighton, Robert Pincerna of Deighton and Nigel his brother.
Seal: remains in bag, on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/179  c1250-80

Contents:
From Robert son of Robert de Rippelay to Richard son of Thomas Ras de Ripley of 2 acres of land in Ripley in the place called Ormescroft for which he has given 22s -. rendering to the Church of All Saints at Ripley 1 lb incense annually during the lifetime of Robert's mother Matilda, and after her death 2/3 of a lb, Robert contributing remaining 1/3.
Witnesses: Sir Richard de Richard de Brerton (sic), Thomas son of Roger, William de Ripon, William de Ripley, Robert de Stopham, Henry Turpin, John de Clint, William son of Berg.
Seal: red wax, vesica, slightly broken, flowers, ROB-------ROBERT1

Feoffment  WYL230/180  c1250-80

Contents:
From William lord of Ripley to Robert de Stopham of land called Shandkefalde in the field of Ripley next to the way out to Neuton, between Robert's land in the west and the meadow held by Roger Lothen on the east, as much as belongs to William's ½ carucate there, in exchange for Robert's land at Midilundebrec(?) in same field of Ripley and at Hellundebrec as much as belongs to 2 bovates, and at Wandebit ½ a rood.
Witnesses: Sir W de Yreby, then bailiff of Knaresborough, Sir Richard de Brerton, Sir Patrick de Westwyc, Nicholas de Burton, Thomas de Bosco, Alan Nunde of Brearton.
Seal: none. No tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/181  c1250-80

Indenture form.

Contents:
From William lord of Ripley to Robert de Stopham of all land called Shanthefalde in field of Ripley next the way out to Newton between Robert's land on the west and the land held by Roger Lothen on the east, as much as belongs to William's ½ carucate, in exchange for Robert's land at Midilundebrec in same field of Ripley and as much as belongs to 2 bovates at Hellundebrec, and ½ a rood at Wandebit.
Witnesses: Sir W de Yreby, then bailiff of Knaresborough, Sir Richard de Brerton, Sir Patrick de Westwic, Nicholas de Burton, Richard de Bosco, Alan Nunde de Brerton.
Seal: white wax, badly broken, on tag.

Quitclaim  WYL230/182  c1250-80

Contents:
From Ralph son of William de Scotton to the monks of the Church of St. Mary of Fountains of 32 pence, annual issue from ½ carucate in Ripley and Godwynscales once held by Robert son of Huckeman, to have in free alms.
Witnesses: Robert de Plumpton, Richard de Goldesburgh, Robert de Staynlay, Richard de Brerton, Robert de Neuton, Richard son of Alexander, Robert son of Symon de Brerton, Thomas Turpin, Thomas son of Roger de Rippel.
Seal: red wax, vesica, 3 ears of corn, Leg. SIG -----illeg.

Release  WYL230/183  26 Feb 1256

Contents:
From Isabel and Matilda daughters of Robert de Merston to William son of William de Riplay of all right to one assart called Elineriding of the son (filii) of Brining, for which William has paid a sum of money.
Witnesses: Matthew de Bram then bailiff of Deighton, Nicholas de Melton, Robert Pincerna, Nigel his brother, Henry Turpin, Richard clerk of Ripley, Geoffrey Dagun, John clerk of Deighton, Robert de Cathale.
Given at the court of Deighton, Sunday after the feast of St. Matthias the Apostle 1255
Seal: missing, 2 tags.

Quitclaim  WYL230/184  c1260-90

Contents:
From John de Schalermanoks to Peter son of Richard de Aukeland St. Andrew, in consideration of a sum of money, of 3 acres at Newton Wath in the field of Ripley and the meadow in Bradengs, which Peter had as a gift from Adam le Franceys, once rector of Ripley Church.
Witnesses: William lord of Ripley, Nicholas de Dal, Thomas Turpin, Robert du Led (?), Henry Turpin, John chaplain of Ripley.
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/185  c1260-90

Contents:
From Richard Res son of Thomas Res of Ripley to Master Robert de Tweng rector of the Church of Ripley, for a sum of money, of 2 acres of land in Ripley in the toft and croft called Ormescroft to be held of the Church of All Saints at Ripley, rendering 2 parts of a pound of incense annually.
Witnesses: Sir Peter Becard, Sir Thomas de Burton, Sir Richard de Brereton, John de Wallewik, William de Rippelay, Alan Nunde, Thomas Turpin, Robert de Ledde, Robert Abram, Richard son of Ralph, Adam Arkil, Thomas the smith of Clint.
Seal: dark green vesica, design. Legend S RICARDl RES.

Quitclaim  WYL230/186  14 Oct 1275

Contents:
From Adam de Screvyn son of William de Godelisburg to the monks of the church of St. Mary of Fountains for a certain sum of money of the land of Godewynscales in the land held by William de Rippelay of the said monks in the territories of Ripley, to be held in free alms.
Witnesses: Sirs Alan de Aldefeld and Patrick de Westwyk, knights, Richard de Brerton, Robert de Staynlay, Thomas de Serevyn, Robert the porter.
Given at Fountains Monday before the feast of St.Luke
Seal: red wax, ear of wheat, broken, on tag.
Legend ADE FIL WI------

Grant  WYL230/187  6 Mar 1276

Contents:
From William de Rippeleye to Alan son of John de Walkingham of a moiety of 2 carucates with adjoining messuages and tofts, of which he will give seisin as soon as he has obtained all or any part, with covenant for better conveyance and to prosecute the case against the tenants, giving seisin as soon as he has obtained it by concord or judgment, or giving 100 marks of silver, if they prefer, or for breach of covenant; original writs to be obtained at William's expense and if it is to be tried by duel, ½ expenses to be found by him, and if nothing is recovered, William to pay Alan ½ his costs.
Given at Ripley Friday before feast of St. Gregory the Pope 1275
Seal: natural wax, vesica, Virgin and child.
Legend: IGILLUM A----DE-----

Feoffment  WYL230/188  29 Sep 1276

Contents:
From William de Rippley to John de Ripley his brother of a toft and croft in Byrkethwaite (Birthwaite?) held by Reginald Bene, and 1/5 portion of his land and meadow in Ripley (numerous field names) and 4 cartloads of wood annually, rendering 1 silver penny annually to William and his heirs and one candle to the altar of All Saints at Ripley, with reversion to William and heirs if John should die without issue.
Witnesses: Sir Marmaduke de Thweng, knight, Master Robert de Thweng, Richard de Brerton, Robert de Staynlay, Thomas Turpyn.
Given at Ripley feast of St. Michael the archangel 1276.
Seal: small piece only, dark green, Leg. - WILL-----

Quitclaim  WYL230/189  6 Oct 1302

Contents:
From William, son of Master Robert de Tweng, once rector of the church of Ripley, to Robert del Lede of Ripley, for a certain sum of money, of a toft and croft once held by Richard Res in Ripley Houlkotes (Ulcotes?), to hold of the Church of All Saints at Ripley, rendering 1 lb. incense annually.
Witnesses: William, lord of Ripley, Nicholas de Dal, Ralph de Stophame, Henry Turpyn, Roger de Clutherum.
Given at Ripley day before Nones
Oct.1302
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/190  12 Nov 1314

Contents:
From Robert de Lede of Ripley to Alice his younger daughter of the toft and croft once held by Richard Res in Ripley Houlecotes (Ulecotes) and all the land called Hencroft in a close lying next to the said croft and toft in the east, to hold of the Church of All Saints at Ripley, rendering annually 1 lb incense.
Witnesses: Sir John de Walkyngham, Sir Roger de Cloutherum, knights, William de Bordesden, Henry de Screvyn, Henry del Hille of Burton, Henry Turpyn, William Turpyn.
Given at Ripley, Tuesday after feast of St. Martin 1314
Seal: badly broken, in bag, on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/191  c1300-20


Related information: See WYL230/190

Contents:
From Robert del Lede of Ripley to Alice his younger daughter of all the toft and croft once held by Richard Res in Ripley Houlecotes (Ulecotes) and all the land called Hencroft in a close lying next to the said toft and croft on the east; to hold of the chief lord of the fee.
Witnesses: Sir John de Walkyngham, Sir Roger de Cloutherum, knights, William de Bordesden, Henry de Screvyn, Robert de Staynlay, Henry Turpyn of Killinghall, William Turpyn of the same.
No dating clause
Seal: badly broken, in bag, on tag

Feoffment  WYL230/192  c1300-1320

Contents:
From Robert de Lede of Ripley to Thomas son of Thomas son of Robert de Kelyngale and Alice, Robert's younger daughter of 8 acres in the field of Ripley Houlecotes (Ulecotes) viz. 3 acres in Ryeflats, 3 on the east of the said field in Hardharte next to the field called Munkehenges and 2 in Robert's croft on the west, rendering 2 shillings annually, with reversion to Robert and his heirs if Thomas and Alice die without issue.
Witnesses: Sir John de Walkyngham, Sir Roger de Cloutherum, knights, William de Bordesden, Henry de Screvyn, Henry de Hille of Burton, Ralph Warde of Scotton, John de Rippellay, Henry Turpyn, William Turpyn of Killinghall.
No dating clause. Probable date
Seal: small, square, brown, crowned R, on Tag.

Feoffment as WYL230/192  WYL230/193  c1300-1320

Indenture  WYL230/194  20 Apr 1319

Contents:
Between John de Bordesden senior, querent, and Sir William Wyvill, knight, who have a case in the King's court at York before Sir John of Doncaster and his associates concerning various trespasses etc. committed by Sir William. The parties agree to arbitration by William Gra of Skelton and William de Appleton chosen by Sir William, John de Thornton and William de Thornton chosen by John de Bordesden and Sir Robert Hastangs chosen by both; the arbitrators to give their verdict on the fourth day of the month of Easter. Both parties agree to place bonds for £100 each in the keeping of William Gra to be handed over to the other party, in case of default, on Ascension Day.
Witnesses: Sir Bertram de Moulbouchers, Sir William Burdon, Sir Thomas de la Ryvere, Sir Geoffrey de Welleford, Nicholas Flemyng, mayor of York.
Dated Friday after Low Sunday 12 Ed II
Seal: small, round, red wax, lozenge with design, on tag.

Grant  WYL230/195  25 Feb 1329

Contents:
From William de Roos son and heir of Sir William de Roos of Ingmanthorp to William, son of William de Bordesden, that he may hold the manor of Ripley for one rose at the feast of St. John the Baptist; and quitclaim of the service of a moiety of a knight's fee and suit of court at the manorial court of Deighton every 3 weeks.
Witnesses: Nicholas de Langeton, then mayor of York, Henry de Belton, William de Friston, Thomas de Eyuill, John his brother, Peter de Midelton, William de Haldefeld.
Given at York Tuesday after feast of St. Mathias, 3 Ed.III
Seal: red wax armorial seal, shield with 3 water - bougets.
Legend S. WILLELMI -- OOS.

Letters patent  WYL230/196  4 Dec 1356

Contents:
Granting to Thomas de Ingelby free warren in his lands of Ripley, Flask, Aymunderby (Amotherby) and Hutton Wandesley, provided these lands are not within the bounds of the royal forest, £10 forfeiture to be paid to the King for unauthorised hunting in those lands.
Witnesses: William, Bishop of Winchester, the Chancellor, John, Bishop of Rochester, the Treasurer, William de Bohun earl of Northampton, Richard earl of Arundel, Roger Mortimer earl of March, John de Grey of Rotherfield, steward of the household.
Given at Westminster 4 Dec. 30 and 17 Edward II
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/197  12 Jan 1362

Contents:
From John Vavasour senior to Thomas de Ingilby and Katherine his wife of a piece of land called Persflat and a piece of meadow in Bradengs in Ripley, and a tenement in a close called Wyndhilhous in Thornton next to Ripley.
Witnesses: William de Nesfeld, William Swale, Robert son of John de Rypplay and William his son.
Given at Ripley Wednesday before feast of St. Hillary. 35 Edward III
Seal: small round red wax armorialseal, 3 lozenges on shield, discoloured and slightly chipped.

Grant  WYL230/198  22 Nov 1362

Contents:
From John son of William de Bukton to Thomas de Ingelby of John Maynes his villein with all his family together with all the family of Geoffrey Maynes, once villein of William de Bukton, John's father.
Given at York Tuesday before feast of St. Catherine 36 Ed.III
Seal: round, dark brown, armorial, with buck(?)
Legend SIGILLUM JOHANNIS DE BUCTON.

Feoffment  WYL230/199  29 Oct 1366

Contents:
From William de Nesfeld to Thomas de Ingelby knight and Katherine his wife of 23 pence rent, reserving 1 penny and other services and lordship to William, from tenements in Ripley which the Abbey of Fountains holds of John Ward of Scotton by service of 2 shillings and other services, William having the estate of the said John in the said lordship.
Given at Ripley Thursday before All Saints 40 Ed. III
Indenture form. In French
Seal: round, red wax, armorial seal.
Legend SIGILLUM WILL DE NESFELD.

Release of actions  WYL230/200  4 Oct 1369

Contents:
From Thomas de Burton chaplain to Sir Thomas de Ingelby, knight.
Given at York 4. Oct. 43 Ed. III

Feoffment  WYL230/201  7 Jun 1411

Indenture form.

Contents:
From John Wilkynson to Thomas Incelby of 7 acres of land called Hallstedes in the demesne of Ripley, in exchange for a close called Bilhous, John or his heirs to pay £100 sterling if Thomas is deprive of these 7 acres.
Witnesses: Master Richard Kendall rector of Ripley, William Bekwith, John Pollayne.
Given at Ripley Feast of Holy Trinity 12 Henry IV
Seal: small round, red wax, RK(?) crowned, on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/202  7 Jun 1411

Indenture form.

Contents:
From Thomas Ingelby to John Wilkynson of Ripley of one close called Bilhows in exchange for 7 acres called Hallstedes in the demesne of Ripley, Thomas binding himself and his heirs to pay £100 if John is deprived of the close in any way.
Witnesses: Master Richard Kendale, rector of Ripley, John Pollayne, William Bekwith.
Given at Ripley on the feast of Trinity.
12 Henry IV
Seal; small, round, red wax, RK crowned on tag.

Bond  WYL230/203  6 May 1412

Contents:
Of John Mees of Clint and Joanna his wife to Thomas Ingylby in £40, not to sell or alienate lands in Broxholme in the parish of Ripley or in Whipley except to Thomas Ingelby.
Given at Ripley 6 May 13 Henry IV
Seal: missing. Tongue.

Feoffment  WYL230/204  20 Apr 1413

Contents:
From John Mees of Clint, Joanna his wife to Thomas de Ingleby lord of Ripley of ½ an acre in the close called Hallstedes in the territory of Ripley.
Witnesses: William de Bekwith, John Pulleyn, John Whixley, Richard Bekwith, Richard de Killynghall.
Given at Ripley 20 April 1 Henry V
Seals: (1) badly broken, small red, oblong armorial seal with I, (2) oval, with bird.

Receipt  WYL230/205  18 Sep 1413

Contents:
From William Cheyne to Thomas Ingelby for 20 marks less 10 shillings, in which Thomas Ingelby was bound.
Given 18 Sept. 1 Henry V
Seal: small red wax seal on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/206  5 Aug 1414

Contents:
From Thomas Vavasour to Thomas Ingylby of 2 acres on Hallstedes ½ an acre and ½ a rood on Fowlowe in the demesne of Ripley, in exchange for one acre and one rood on Langlandes stretching from the 2 boundary stones (? merepetris) to Newton Beck and 1½ roods on Wyndyates next the cross of Yarmorehed.
Witnesses: William Turpyn of Killinghall, Robert Adamson of the same, John Smyth of the same, John Fayrbarne of the same and John Wylkynson of Ripley.
Given 5 Aug. 2 Henry V
Seal: round, red, armorial, shield with 3 lozenges(?), legend S. Iohannis Vavasour (?)

Feoffment  WYL230/207  24 Jun 1415

Contents:
From Thomas de Ingilby Esq., to Master Richard Kendale parson of the church of Ripley, Sir Richard Haward chaplain and John Oke of his manor of Ripley with the advowson of the church of Ripley, and lands, rent and services in Melby and Amotherby and a rent of 20 shillings from the manor of Newsom in Rydale.
Witnesses: William Bekwyth Esq., William Dayvell, William Thwath and Henry Melton, John Wilkynson.
Given at Ripley Feast of Nativity of St. John the Baptist 3 Henry V
Seal: red wax, vesica, broken, shield with estoile, legend
SIGILLUM-----NGELBY.

Lease  WYL230/208  25 Dec 1416

Indentures with 'Whixlay' written along line of indenture at one end

Contents:
From Ellen de Ingilby, Master Richard Kendale parson of the Church of Ripley, Sir Richard Haward chaplain and John Oke to John Souter of Ripley and Thomas Johnson of Nidd, of all houses of the outer ward of the manor of Ripley except Carterstabill cowhouse, laylathe and stone dovecot, 3 quarters of the new garden next Byrnykarr, with entry to all demesne lands of Ripley and meadows lately cultivated by Thomas de Ingilby, for 9 years rendering annually 113 shillings 4 pence, with use of kiln, maltchamber, and cistern at convenient times for making ale.
Given at Ripley Christmas 4 Henry V
Indenture form.
Seal: red wax, badly broken, on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/209  6 Jun 1420

Indentures with 'Whixlay' written along line of indenture at one end

Contents:
From Richard Thorp of Stainley, John Thorp his son, and Robert of Ripon to Robert Atkynson of Killinghall and Margaret his wife, daughter of Richard Thorp, of lands they have of the gift of Robert Atkynson in Ripley, to be held by Robert and Margaret and their heirs, remainder to Robert's heirs.
Witnesses: John Poleyn, John Whixlay of Ripon, William Redeshawe, John Dickonson, tailor, William Turpyn.
Given at Ripley 6 June 8 Henry V
Seal: red wax, design, badly broken.
Also counterpart.
Seals: red, (1) and (2) with designs (3) broken and in bag; on tags.

Lease  WYL230/210  15 Aug 1421

Indenture from

Contents:
From Richard Kendale rector of the church of Ripley and feoffor of the desmene of Ripley to John Robynson of Ripley of a watermill with an adjoining close called Milneclos and a house built in the close together with the tenements in which John is living, for 6 years rendering annually 5 marks 3 shillings 8 pence and 2 sows and 2 hens, John to build and maintain a bark-kiln, Richard to maintain the watermill but John to repair damage done by himself, in view of 3 or 4 lawful men.
Given at Ripley feast of Assumption of Blessed Virgin Mary Henry V.
Seal: red wax, oblong. IHC.

Lease  WYL230/211  15 Aug 1421

Indenture form

Contents:
From Richard Kendale rector of the church of Ripley and Feoffor of the lordship of Ripley to Thomas de Munkton of the fulling mill of Ripley with 2 buildings and 2 acres called Scottonbaks together with 2 pairs of tenters for the term of Thomas's life, rendering 23 shillings annually.
Given at Ripley, feast of Assumption of the Virgin Mary 9 Henry V
Seal: red wax, oblong, IHC.

Feoffment  WYL230/212  24 Jun 1422

Contents:
From Thomas Hopkyn, Thomas Huknale, and William de Towton, chaplains, to Thomas, now Bishop of Hereford, Richard Kendale, Rector of the parish church of Ripley, William Authorp Rector of Deighton and Richard Marton, Rector of Cessay, of the manor of Ripley which they have of the gift of Richard Kendall, with the advowson of the church of Ripley, and also lands, tenements rents and services which they have of the gift of Richard Kendale in Melby in Yorkshire.
Witnesses: William Bekwith, John Polayn, Robert Percy, Richard de Thorp, John Wilkynson.
Given at Ripley, feast of the Nativity of John the Baptist 10 Henry V
Seals: 3, red wax, (1) with initials (-?) (2) shield with I, (3) crowned R.

Receipt  WYL230/213  12 Apr 1424

Contents:
From Robert Roos, knight, to master Richard Kendale, rector of the church of Ripley for all Roos's charters and indentures lately the keeping of John Ingilby lord of Ripley.
Given 12 April 2 Henry VI
Seal: Round, red wax, armorial, shield with 3 water-bougets, legend Sigillum Roberti de Roos, on tongue.

Lease  WYL230/214  14 Jul 1426

Contents:
From Richard de Kendale, rector of the parish church of Ripley, with the consent of William de Ingilby, son and heir of Thomas de Ingilby, to John Wymmerlee of Ripley, of a messuage with a cottage, between Richard Sklater's messuage and Robert Barker's messuage, a croft, 2 bovates and 3 roods land and meadow, and a cottage next the cemetery and opposite the messuage in Ripley, for 30 years at 20s 8d annual rent, Wymmerlee to build a new messuage.
Witnesses: John Vavasour, John Pollayn, Thomas Langton, William Towton, Thomas Hukenall, Thomas Riplay, Chaplain, John Willyamson.
Given at Ripley
Seal: round, red, shield with I, on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/215  24 Feb 1427

Indenture form.

Contents:
From John Wilkynson of Birthwaite to William his son and heir of all his lands in Ripley and Birthwaite for the term of John's life, rendering 40 shillings annually, William to make waste of the land with John's permission.
Witnesses: John de Merkyngfeld, William Ingelby, William Bekwith, John Poleyn, John Whixlay.
Given at Ripley 24 Feb. 5 Henry VI
Seal: red wax, oblong, IHC on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/216  24 Jul 1429

Document chewed in places.

Contents:
From Richard Kendale rector of the parish church of Ripley to William Ingleby esq., of the manor of Ripley with the advowson of the church of Ripley, and also all lands, tenements, rents and services in Melby in Yorkshire.
Witnesses: William Bekwith, John Vavasour, Robert.
Pensax, Robert Percy, John Polayn.
Given at Ripley 24 July 17 Henry VI
Seal: red wax oval, crowned R, on tag.

Power of attorney  WYL230/217  24 Jul 1429

Contents:
From Richard Kendale rector of Ripley to William Touton chaplain, to deliver in his name to William Ingleby seisin of the manor of Ripley with the advowson of the church, and lands etc. in Melby according to the form of his charter.
Given at Ripley 24 July 7 Henry VI
Seal: red wax, oval, crowned R, on tongue, 2nd tongue with no seal.
(Endd, in later hand that Kendall was rector of Ripley and guardian to William Ingilby.

Feoffment  WYL230/218  31 May 1434

Contents:
From Henry Mes of Scarah to William Ingilby esq., and Guy Rocliffe of all lands in Clint, Ripley and Ulcotes, formerly the lands of Robert Lowe.
Witnesses: William Plompton, William Tempest knights, William Bekwith, John Polayne, John Wallworth esquires.
Given last day of May 12 Henry VI
Seal: round, red wax, on tag.

Quitclaim  WYL230/219  14 Jun 1434

Contents:
From Robert son of Adam de Killynghall to William Ingelby Esq., and Guy Roclyffe of lands which they have of the gift of Henry Mes in Clint, Ripley and Ulcotes, formerly lands of Robert Lowe.
Witnesses: William Plompton, William Tempeste, knights, William Bekwith, John Vavessour, John Pollayn, esquires.
Given 14 June 12 Henry VI
Seal: round red wax, bird (?) broken.

Certificate of the bounds of the lordship and field of Ripley  WYL230/220  c1456-78

Contents:
Sealed by Lady Joanna Ingylby, sometime wife of Sir William Ingylby, knight, William Ingylby esq., Lord of Ripley, and 25 sworn men.
In English.
Seals: Remains of 21 seals on 5 tags.
Also a later copy of this.

Confirmation  WYL230/221  20 Jan 1459

Contents:
From John Atkinson of Clint, son and heir of Robert Atkinson of Killinghall to John Atkinson his brother of possession of all lands and tenements in Ripley of which he is peacefully seised at time of writing; to John, and his heirs male, with remainder to William Atkinson his younger brother and his heirs male, then remainder to right heirs of Robert Atkinson their father.
Witnesses: Thomas Medilton, esq., Randolph Pullan Esq., John Pannall.
Given at Killinghall 20 January 37 Henry VI
Seal: small fragment, dark wax, on tag.

Feoffment  WYL230/222  Late 15th century

Contents:
From John Atkynson son and heir of Robert Atkynson of Killinghall to Christopher Ward of all his lands and tenements within the lordship of Ripley next Robertfield on the north, which came to him by right of inheritance on the death of Robert Atkynson his father.
Witness list omitted.
No dating clause.
Seal: red wax, on tongue.

Copy of court roll of Fountains Abbey  WYL230/223  Late 15th century

Contents:
Recording homage done 24 Feb. 1475 to Thomas Swinton abbot of Fountains by Richard Knaresburgh for land lately Margaret Atkynson's in Ripley and Clint, which should come by right of inheritance to Thomas Knaresburghe, son of Richard and Joanna his wife, who is under age, reserving to Thomas the annual rent of 5s 4d; and homage done 29 June 21 Henry VI to John Grenewell abbot of Fountains by Robert Atkynson of Killinghall for lands in Ripley, Clint and Scarah.

Feoffment  WYL230/224  3 Dec 1475

Contents:
From Margaret lately wife of Robert Atkynson of Killinghall to William Atkynson her son of all her lands and tenements in Ripley, remainder to Rightful heirs of Robert Atkynson.
Witnesses: Thomas Mallom rector of the Church of Ripley, Robert Ryplay, William Smyth of Ripon, William Thorp of the parish of Fustan(?), Richard Thorp of Killinghall.
Given at Ripley 3 Dec. 15 Edward IV
Seal: Red wax, oblong, crushed, on tag.

Quitclaim  WYL230/225  12 Jul 1482

Contents:
From John Sotehill Esq., and Thomas Orom to Marjorie Lady de Welles, master George Strangways, bachelor of sacred theology and other feoffees of William Ingilby Esquire of all lands, tenements, rents and services in Ripley and elsewhere in Yorkshire which John and Thomas had of the gift of John Ingilby Esq., father of William.
Given 12 July 22 Edward IV
Seals: (1) boar's head, (2) squirrel, on tags.

Feoffment  WYL230/226  16 Aug 1488

Badly stained by damp

Contents:
From Richard Atkynson son and heir of John Atkynson of Clint to Robert Atkynson son of William Atkynson of Killinghall of all his lands and tenements in Ripley and Clint which came to him on the death of John Atkynson his father.
Witnesses: William Canke of Killinghall, Richard Pav-- of the same, Thomas Parcour of Clint, John Hyll of Cattall, Henry Hyll of Beckwith Shaw.
Given at Ripley 16 Aug 3 Henry VII
Seal: gone.

Feoffment  WYL230/227  1 Nov 1488

Contents:
From Robert Ripley and William Ripley his son and heir apparent to Margery, Lady Welles, master George Strangways doctor of sacred theology, Richard Acclom esq., William Aykrode rector of the parish church of Marston, Thomas Orme rector of the parish church of Farnham and William Ingilby knight, of 3 acres of land in Ripley and 4 cartloads of wood owed annually to Robert and William in the woods of the lordship of Ripley (various field - names mentioned) in exchange for 3 acres of land given them by William Ingilby in Ripley.
Witnesses: John Vavasour and Thomas Strangways esqs.
John Maulleverer, Henry Canson, John Maxwell.
Given at Ripley 1st Nov. 4 Henry VII
Seals: (1) with I, (2) B(?), on tags.

Power of attorney  WYL230/228  12 Apr 1494

Contents:
From Ranulph Pygot knight, John Vavasour, esq., Robert Askwith, chaplain, John Walworth, junior, and William Roose, chaplain to John Mawxwell and James Walker to receive from John Darnton abbot of Fountains seisin of lands in Ripley according to the form of the charter given them by the abbot and convent.
Given 12 April 9 Henry VII
5 Seals on tags. (1) round red armorial seal, shield 3 ? quartered 1 and 3 with 6 lions rampant, secret seal on back with dog (?) and letters (2) woman's head (3) square with design, (?) (4) letters (?) (5) W.
Also unsealed, undated copy.

Feoffment  WYL230/229  3 Oct 1494

Contents:
From Ranulph Pygot knight, John Vavasour of Newton, esq., Robert Askwith chaplain, John Walworth Junior, William Roose chaplain to William Ingilby knight of lands in Ripley of the gift of John Darnton abbot of Fountains; and power of attorney to John Maleverer, gentleman and John Maxwell to deliver seisin to William Ingilby.
Given 3 Oct. 10 Henry VII
5 Seals (1) dog (?) (2) woman's head. (3) square with device (4) sprig, (5) W.

Quitclaim  WYL230/230  28 Oct 1494

Contents:
From John Darnton abbot of Fountains with common Consent to William Ingilby knight of all lands which William Ingilby has in Ripley of the gift of Ranulph Pygot knight, John Vavasour Esq., Robert Askwith chaplain, John Walworth junior and William Roos chaplain.
Given in chapter-house of Fountains
28 Oct. 10. Henry VII
Seal: missing.

Agreement  WYL230/231  Late 15th century

Contents:
Between Sir William Ingilby and the abbot of Fountains concerning the exchange of all Sir William's lands in Knapton and all the lands of Fountains in the parish of Ripley and the title of Cayton Veber; the abbot to pay for the surplus of lands from Sir William, and to have marle for the 2 granges of Morker and Haddokstanes; and Sir Guy Fayrefax to be privy. This agreement apparently follows an arbitration made by Doctor Strangways and Randolph Pygot.

RIPON.  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/232  6 Oct 1370

Contents:
From William de Berelay of Ripon to Robert de Brimham of Ripon of all that burgage in Ripon opposite Cornhill between the burgage of Thomas de Solbergh on one side and the burgage once of John de St. Wyktham in the tenure of John de Cattun on the other.
Witnesses: John de Topclif, John de Tanfeld, Thomas
Scot, Walter de Ledes, John de Morpath.
Given at Ripon
Seal: missing.

SNAINTON. (N.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Quitclaim  WYL230/233  3 Jan 1449

Contents:
From William Hardyng, esq., to Thomas Boynton of all lands etc. in the vill and territories of Snainton in Pickering Lythe and Newton ('Newton Underownesburgh') which he, had of William Boynton, Thomas's father.
3 Jan. 27 Henry VI

Feoffment  WYL230/234  8 Feb 1449

Contents:
From Roger Hardyng, esq; Francis Newby and Roger Newark to Thomas Boynton, son and heir of William Boynton, esq., and Agnes his wife, daughter of William Normanvile, knight, of lands in Snainton in Pickering Lythe, and Newton under 'Ovnesburgh' (Roseberry Topping) which they have of the gift of the said Thomas, to hold to Agnes and their heirs, remainder to the right heirs of Thomas, with power of attorney to Richard Stiknay and Gilbert Boweman to deliver seisin.
Witnesses: John Conyers, knight, John Strangways, William Maleverer, knights, John Huthom, Christopher
Spencer, Robert Barde and John Mowbrey, esqs.
8 Feb. 27 Henry VI
Seal: 2 tags, seals missing.

SPROATLEY (E.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Grant  WYL230/235  8 Jan 1454

Contents:
From Richard Proudefote of Sproatley in Holderness husbandman, to Henry Percy Earl of Northumberland, Henry Percy Lord Ponynges, Thomas Lord Clyfforth, John Nevill, knight, John Portyngton, justice of the lord King, and Alexander Lounde, esq., of all his goods, merchandise, jewels, easements and chattels, moveable and immoveable, alive and dead, in Sproatley and elsewhere.
Witnesses: Walter Gousill, gent of Sproatley, William Webster of the same, William Henryson of the same, Richard Wryght of the same, William Syder of Ellerker, yeo.
Given at Sproatley 8 Jan. 32 Henry VI
Seal: red wax armorial seal, legend--GILLUM M----, on tag.

STAINTON.  [no ref. or date]

Release (?)  WYL230/236  15th century

Badly stained

Contents:
From Elizabeth, lately wife of Alan Menill to John de Ingelby, William Racy (?) and Robert de------of her dower lands in Stainton.

STOCKTON  [no ref. or date]

Quitclaim  WYL230/237  20 Dec 1500

Contents:
From William Bulmer, knight, and Percival Lampton, gentleman, to Margery Welles, widow, lately wife of Richard late Lord de Welles and Willoughby of one messuage and 3 bovates of land in Stockton on the moor in the county of York, which she has of their gift.
Dated 20 Dec. 16 Henry VII
Signed: W. Bulmer Percevallus Lambton.
Seals: 2 red wax, 1 with hind (?) looking over to left, one with sheep's (?) head, on tags.

SWINTON  [no ref. or date]

Notification  WYL230/238  c1250-1280

Contents:
By John de Staveley that he has done homage to Ralph de Normanvile for his land in Swinton which he held of Agnes de Walkingham his sister so that if he or his heirs should be impleaded by Agnes in respect of these lands, they should not call Ralph to warranty against Agnes.
Witnesses: Sirs Warrin de Scaregile, Richer de Wassaund, Peter de Wassaund, Richard de Swinton, Henry de Scaregile.
Seal: on tag. Vesica, quarter missing from top, green wax, standing figure (woman with bird on her wrist ?)
Legend----OHANNI DE STA------

Feoffment for life  WYL230/239  16 Sep 1285

Indenture form.

Contents:
From Sir Ralph de Normanvile lord of Swinton to Thomas de Ravensworth and Annabelle his wife of toft and croft and 2 bovates of land in the vill and territory of Swinton, formerly held of Ralph by William son of Cecilie, for the lives of Thomas and Annabelle, rendering ten shillings annually for all services saving forinsec service due from that amount of land in that fee.
Witnesses: Sir Richard de Wayand knight, Patric de Brafferton, clerk, John de Rythe, Gilbert de Clyfton, Richard de Burton.
Given at Ripon Sunday after the octave of the nativity of the Blessed Mary, anno domini 1285.
Seal: vesica, green wax, design, chipped, on tag, 2nd tag with no seal.

THORP  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/240  c1150-1175

Contents:
From Peter son of Wimund to Osbert de Torp of a carucate of land in Thorp rendering seven shillings annually in redemption of service. Osbert has done homage for the land in the presence of David the Larderer and many others and the gift was made in the presence of Peter's brother Ralph and his sons.
David is witness and grantor. Osbert in acknowledgement of the land has given Peter 6 marks of which David the Larderer assigned him 12 pence. David as superior lord was given 2 marks.
Witnesses to Osbert's homage: David the Larderer, William his son, Thomas his brother, John the Larderer, Walter the son of Fanuf, Roger the priest, Stephen the priest, Gamell the priest, Simeon the priest, John de Meos, William son of Osbert, Brian son of Sccotland, Joscelin de Areci, Arnald de Perchi, Jurdan Foliot, Henry Walais, Maci de Curchi, Eustace de Merc, Roger de Esc, Arnald de Mildebi, Torfin son of Robert son of Copsi, Peter Basset, Simon his brother, Peter Lufel, William Paitevin, William Tilemer, Alan de Cnapatun, Albert de Merstun, Richard son of Guy, Thomas son of Vivet (?), Robert son of Ace, Paulinus the bishop's son, Gerard son of Levin, Hugh son of Audon, Ernis brother of Aldred, Roger son of Turgis, Walter his brother, Robert Brun, Robert son of Milesant, John son of Senel, Robert the Arch (deacon ?), Thomas Mala Opera.
Osbert was seised of the land by Normans, the King's (sergeant ?), Humphrey Porter, in the presence of Henry Laialais, William Paitevin, Roger the priest, William the priest, Simeon the priest, John the son of Oldebert, Henry Hustarc, Gerard son of William the Fat, William de Rucford, William Murdac, Lambert the physician, John Snellman, Robert Arcer, Eudo de Stell, Peter de Torp, Alan de Bramam, William son of Uc.
Seal: missing.

TRANBY (E.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/241  22 Feb 1378

Contents:
From William de Fittelying of Anglaby (Anlaby ?) to Sir Thomas de Ingelby and his son John and the heirs of John of 12 acres of land in Tranby (?) in the land called Thorndayle bordering on Howlynhedland on the west and Elneleygate in the east.
Witnesses: Sir John de Hothome, knight, Peter de Saitton, Robert de Raventhorp, Thomas Moynge, William Moynge, John de Hoton of Hessle.
Given at Tranby at the feast of St. Peter the Apostle in Cathedra.
1377
Seal missing.

WEETON  [no ref. or date]

Quitclaim  WYL230/242  8 May 1490

Contents:
From Richard Ledes. Esq., son and heir of Roger Leeds formerly of West Wyke, and Isabella his wife to Nicholas Middilton, gentleman of all messuages, tenements etc. in the vills and territories of Weeton, Healthwaite and Newby (in township of Weeton)
Witnesses: William Gascoigne, Peter Middilton, Robert Plompton, knights, Ralph Nevell, Richard Grene.
Given 8 May 5 Henry VII
Seal: 2, red wax, badly broken, on tags.

YORK.  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/243  17 Dec 1392

Contents:
From John Ingelby and Ellen his wife to Brian de Stapulton, Robert Hilton, John Hothun, knights, Richard Clyff, Alan Menill, Thomas Tailboys, Henry Boynton, Richard Burgh, Richard Burgeys, chaplains, of all their (John's and Ellen's) lands in the city of York and its suburbs.
Given at York 17 Dec. 16 Ric.11
Seals: (1) round red, armorial, shield with estoile, legend-----OHIS DE INGELBY (2) small, red, with bird, on tag.

Surrender in the court of the Treasurer of York Minster at Acomb  WYL230/244  5 Apr 1440

Contents:
By Alice Speller of Holgate to John Symkynson and Joanna his wife of a cottage in Holgate called Barneby Place.
5 April 18 Henry VI

Surrender in the court of the Treasurer of York Minster at Acomb  WYL230/245  4 Oct 1468

Contents:
By William Speller to the use of himself and Isabel his wife of a messuage in Holgate (York) and a croft.
4 Oct. 8 Edward IV

Indenture  WYL230/246  17 Nov 1489

Contents:
By which the master and brothers of the hospital of St. Leonard of York state that they have received the arrears due to them of an annual rent of 6s 8d from the land of William Ingilby, knight, in Conyngstret (Coney Street) and Stayngate (Stanegate) in York, and William Ingilby promises that the rent will in future be paid twice yearly, giving the master and brothers power to enter and distrain.
Given in the chapter house
Seal: red wax fragments on tag.

MEDIEVAL CHARTERS: LINCOLNSHIRE AND ESSEX.  [no ref. or date]

BRINKHILL, LINCS.  [no ref. or date]

Copy of 4 deeds concerning the manor of Brinkhill, Lincs.  WYL230/247  15th century

Contents:
(1) Feoffment from Matilda who was wife of Ralph de Cromwell late lord of Tattershall to William de Cromwell her son and Margaret his wife of the manor of Brinkhill and lands in Brinkhill, Fulletby and Thorpe next Wainfleet, a rent paid by Richard Helwyse for lands in Saltfleetby, a messuage and 2 pieces of pasture called Great Grymmestandes and little Grymmestandes in Wynthorpe, a messuage and a piece of pasture in 'Grenewyk'.
Witnesses: John de Copuldyke, Thomas Dymmoke, knights, William de Skipwith, John de Thymelby, Thomas Toures, William Newcomen of Saltfleetby, John de Kyghlay of Salmonby.
Given at Tattershall Castle 20 Sept. 2 Henry IV (1401)
(2) Power of attorney to Hugh de Gondeby and John de Marum, chaplains, to deliver seisin as above.
(3) Feoffment from William Cromwell knight to Henry Rycheforth, knight, Thomas Hawly, knight, John Kyghley of Salmonby and Thomas Somercotes of Willingham of the manor of Driby with the advowson of the church and a chantry, the manor of Brinkhill, the manor of Tydd St. Mary, the manor of Baston and lands in Saltfleetby and Winthorpe.
Witnesses: Thomas Hawe, Richard his son, William Newcome of Saltfleetby, Henry Colson of Tydd St. Mary, William Wade of Trusthorpe.
Given at Tydd St. Mary 1 July 5 Henry V (1417)
(4) Power of attorney to John West, clerk, to deliver seisin, as above.

NOCTON, LINCS.  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/248  c1150-85

Contents:
From William son of Joslan de Hengelbi with the consent of Beatrice his wife to God and St. Mary and the canons of Nocton Park (Nocton Priory, Lincs,) of all the meadow of his demesne in Gorewic Syc that is 3 pieces in freealms and in exchange for 2 houses in Ingleby (Lincs,?) which were of Grimkil and Ranulph.
Witnesses: Alexander dean of Thorkesay Joslan son of Hugh de Stouhe, Hervey Hoche, Andrew de Hengelbi, Wigo son of Joslan de Hengelbi, Hancketin Peaudelu, William de Weer, Ranulph de Blankenai, Robert son of Hulfe de Meringham, Alexander his brother, William son of Hedit, John and Walter sons of Osbert de Meringham.
Seal: round, green wax, deer (?) running to right, legend SIGILLUM----ENGELBI

POTTER HANWORTH, LINCS.  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/249  c1150-80

Contents:
From Ralph de Amercuria (Aincourt) and Matilda his wife and William his son and Robert to John the clerk of Mere and his heirs, sons or daughters of Basilia daughter of Ralph, of 4 acres of land in tofts in Aneworthia (Hanworth, Lincs) lying between the way of Mere at the wood and between the crofts of the men of Aneworthia on the north side outside the village, and 20 acres of Ralph's desmesne from the lands opposite Mere and the meadow of Ralph, demesne lying next the meadow of Augustin the priest, and the perch is specified as 18 feet; to be held free of all service, rendering annually 1 lb of pepper at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, in consideration of which John has given 1 mark of silver to Ralph and another to his sons; and to Ralph's wife a certain gold ring and a coverlet 'de sai granio cunctu'' (Lincoln green or sage green?).
Witnesses: Hervey the clerk and his sons, Osbert and his sons, William Angl', Haco, William de Curcun (Curzun?), Gerard.
Seal: round, natural wax, bird flying to left, legend SIGILLUM R---ULPH------

Feoffment  WYL230/250  c1180-1200

Contents:
From William de Aincuria (Aincourt) to his nephew Joseph, son of John the clerk of Mere of all the land which John his father held of Ralph, William's father, in Hanworth.
Witnesses: Ranulf the priest and his sons, Geoffrey son of Pagan, Ranulf de Blang, (Blankney?) Hervey the clerk and his sons, Robert the clerk and his brothers, William Unculus, Alan de Berevill, Richard the forester and his sons, William de Ashebi and his sons, John de Saci and his brother, William son of Godric.
Seal: round, natural wax, deer(?) facing right.

Feoffment  WYL230/251  18 Mar 1350

Contents:
From Richard de Goldesburgh, knight to William de Querndon of Hanworth of 1 toft in Hanworth lying in Kesteven between the toft of John de Norton on the west and a toft once of Baudewyn de Hanvill on the east, with common for 6 animals in the vill and territory of Hanworth, rendering 2 shillings annually to Richard.
Witnesses: Thomas Baudes, William Graffard, John de Hoton, John Deye, John de Bleseby, Walter de Thurgerton of Hanworth.
Given at Hanworth Thursday after the feast of St. Gregory the Pope 24 Ed.
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/252  20 Jul 1361

Contents:
From Nicholas de Hoyland to John de Hoyland of Colby, of all his lands etc. in the vill and territory of Hanworth (Potter Hanworth, Lincs).
Witnesses: Thomas Baudes, William Graffard, Walter de Thurgarton, John Deye, John de Bleseby, all of Hanworth.
Given at Hanworth on the feast of St. Margaret, 35 Edward III
Seal: missing.

Feoffment  WYL230/253  11 Mar 1372

Document slightly nibbled at left-hand side

Contents:
From William de Querndon of Potter - Hanworth to --- Langton, bailiff of Braunston all the lands and tenements which William holds in Potter - Hanworth, both the gift of Sir Richard de Goldesburgh, knight, lord of that vill, and the gift of John Hycling in the same vill.
Witnesses: Ralph de Thresk of Lincoln, Thomas ----Godewyn of Hyghtington, Thomas Baudes of Potter-Hanworth, William de Somerby of the same, William Graffard ----, Robert de Sutton of Braunston and William Clerk of Waddington.
Given at Hanworth Thursday before the feast of St. Gregory the Pope, 46 Ed III
Seal: armorial, natural wax with red impression, badly chipped, on tag.

WEST TILBURY, ESSEX.  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/254  2 Feb 1340

Contents:
From Ralph atte Slype of Westtilleby to Sir Henry de Ingelby rector of the church at Westtilleby of one acre of meadow in the vill of Westtilleby (West Tilbury ?) next 'foncam' called Brocdych in the north and his (Ralph's) land and John Mabbe's land in the South and also next the meadow of Sir Hugh son of Simon in the west and the meadow of William le Ran in the east.
Witnesses: Sir Thomas Gobyoun, knight, John de Fewenten (?) Richard Gossalm, John de Waleton, William Geffrey, Adam atte Brok', Robert Gerold.
Given at Westtilleby on Wednesday the Purification of the Virgin Mary 14 Edward III
Seal: missing.

TITLE DEEDS: YORKSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

ADDINGHAM  [no ref. or date]

Copy of bargain and sale  WYL230/255  18 Oct 1745

Contents:
From Sir Walter Vavasour of Hazelwood, Bart., to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of the advowson of the rectory and parish church of Addingham.

ARKENDALE  [no ref. or date]

Copy of surrender  WYL230/256  26 Oct 1591

Contents:
By Richard Burnham of Knaresborough, esquire, to the use of William Ingglebye of Ripley, esquire, of 2 messuages and 6 oxgangs in the townships of Arkendale and Arkendale Loftus, 'parcel of the monastery of Lyllyhull.'

BARTON (N.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL230/257  10 Oct 1578

Contents:
From Sir William Inglebie, knight, of Ripley and William Inglebie his son of Brantingham, esq., to John Warde of Barton, gent., of their manor and lands in Barton at a reserved rent of £8.4s.

Final concord  WYL230/258  Michaelmas Term 1579

Contents:
Between John Warde, gent., querent, and William Inglebye, esq., deforciant, of the manor of Barton and 8 messuages, a dovecote, 8 gardens, 8 orchards, 500 acres land, 200 acres meadow, 600 acres pasture, 200 acres moor, and a rent of 14 pence in Barton and Newton Morrell.

BICKERTON  [no ref. or date]

Memorandum of conveyances  WYL230/259  Mid 17th cent

Contents:
Of the manor and rectory of Bickerton on 6 Jan 1657/8 and 28 Jan. 1661/2 from Charles Yaxley and his mortgagee to Sir George Reve.

BILTON AND HARROGATE  [no ref. or date]

Admittance  WYL230/260  28 Nov 1781

Contents:
Of Robert Dearlove to 24 perches statutory measure or 6 perches customary measure in Bilton with Harrogate, lately part of the open parts of Knaresborough Forest.

Copy assignment  WYL230/261  15 May 1792

Contents:
From Alexander Lord Loughborough, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, at the request of Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart, and with the consent of Martin Bladen Lord Hawke and William Lord Grantley to Samuel Heywood of Harpur Street, Red Lion Squre, London, esq., and Rev. Matthew Woodford of Winchester, clerk, of a mortgage of premises in Harrogate for the remainder of a term of 500 years to secure £3500.

Conveyance  WYL230/262  7 Apr 1804

Contents:
From Sir Henry Watkin Dashwood of Kirtlington Park, Oxfordshire to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of 2 fee farm rents of £5.2s.6d., for lands in Harrogate, 5s. 1d. for a turbary rent in Harrogate and 5d for lands in Newsome, in order to extinguish them.
Enclosed are a note of expenses for purchase and receipts for fee farm rents.
1803-4.

Surrender  WYL230/263  10 Jan 1810

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart. and Sir William Ingilby late of Ripley, Bart., his heir apparent, to James Franklin of Beer Ferris, Devon, of a messuage and closes in Bilton with Harrogate.

Admittance  WYL230/264  28 Nov 1855

Contents:
Of Charles Smith and Henry John Ingilby to property at Central Harrogate in Bilton with Harrogate within the Forest of Knaresborough, devised to them by Sir W.A. Ingilby.

BISHOP MONKTON  [no ref. or date]

Inquisition by the jury of the manor of Ripon  WYL230/265  12 Apr 1697

Contents:
Finding that Margaret, wife of William Penington of Burton Leonard, deceased, was seised of parcels of land in Bishop Monkton.

BISHOPSIDE  [no ref. or date]

Admittance  WYL230/266  7 Nov 1598

Contents:
Of William Inglebye, esq., to an acre of the Archbishop's waste ground in Bishopside within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside in a place called Stock Playne on the west of Henry Smythe's Intack, adjoining Christopher Darnebrooke's Intack on the north and a parcel of land called Knott on the south, paying to the Archbishop 4 pence annually.

Surrender  WYL230/267  30 May 1610

Contents:
By George Smythe to William Inglebye, knight, of a messuage, toft and croft, 3 closes, a close called Smyth Botham and a house called the Hay House in Bishopside within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Admittance  WYL230/268  19 Oct 1663

Contents:
Of William Ingleby of Ripley, Bart., to a messuage in High Bishopside and a cottage in Pateley Bridge within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside, held by his father, William Ingleby knight and bart., at his death.

Bond  WYL230/269  8 Nov 1687

Contents:
Of Ralph Sanby of Ripley to John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., in £30, for performance of terms of indenture.

Papers concerning lands at one time belonging to Ralph Sanby in Bishopside within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside  WYL230/270  1699 - 1733


Related information: See WYL230/3515

Contents:
Viz., a messuage, curtilage called Pygill Garth and a close called Parrock surrendered to John Pyatt 24 Oct 1699 and by him to Sanby 8 Nov. 1703, and Edeson's Farm and Lupton's Farm surrendered by John Ingilby Bart to Sanby 8 Nov. 1703 and by Sanby to the use of himself for life, then John Ingilby esq., 29 April 1723; including leases of these premises, copy of Ralph Sanby's will made 15 March 1722/3 with residuary accounts, instructions to executors, convenant of Sir John Ingilby with the executors rentals, accounts and correspondence.

Papers mainly concerning Ralph Sanby and his property in High Bishopside  WYL230/271  1703 - 39

Receipt  WYL230/271(a)  4 Jun 1703

Contents:
To Ralph Sanby for part of the purchase money of Edesons and Lupton's Farms

Bond  WYL230/271(b)  2 Aug 1703

Contents:
Of Ralph Sandby to John Ingilby, Bart., in & £320 to secure payment of £160.

Note of agreement  WYL230/271(c)  23 Jan 1707

Contents:
Between Ralph Sanby as landlord and Thomas Wilkes as tenant for repairs and building to be carried out by Sanby and rent to be paid by Wilkes.

Account of payments 'out of my own pocket'  WYL230/271(d)  1707-21

Paper Book

Contents:
For livestock, grain, workmen's wages etc. (for 1707 only) and of receipts for rent etc.

Memoranda of surrenders (8)  WYL230/271(e)  1718-22

Contents:
By Sanby of Edesons and Luptons Farms in the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Will of Ralph Sanby  WYL230/271(f)  14 Jul 1721

Contents:
Leaving Edesons and Luptons Farms in High Bishopside to John Ingilby, son of his master Sir John, Smith Lands in High Bishopside to his nephew Ralph Robinson, and various sums of money to Sir John and members of his family.

Bill of Sale  WYL230/271(g)  26 May 1724

Contents:
From George Robinson of Marton, carpenter, to William Sanderson of Hazelwood, cooper, of various goods and chattels.

Letter  WYL230/271(h)  27 Apr 1739

Contents:
From Frances Carteret, Hanwell, to her brother.

Receipt  WYL230/272  10 Oct 1703

Contents:
By Edward Ridsdale on behalf of Sir John Ingilby for purchase money from Ralph Sandby for land at Bishopside.

Memorandum of surrender  WYL230/273  16 Apr 1720

Contents:
By Ralph Sanby of a parcel of ground called Smith Land in High Bishopside within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside to the uses of his will.

BISHOP THORNTON  [no ref. or date]

Bond  WYL230/274  24 Apr 1571

Contents:
Of William Walworth of Raven--hall in Bishop Thornton to Robert Joye or Watta of Bishop Thornton in £14 to guarantee to Joye the peaceable reversion in a messuage and close in Bishop Thornton after the death of Peter Walworth.

Feoffment  WYL230/275  17 Feb 1600

Contents:
From Christopher Joye of Bishop Thornton to Joanna his wife of a messuage in Bishop Thornton with a barn, a garden, an orchard called Wellgate, ½ of a place called Tentergate and 2 beastgates on Bishop Thornton Moor, for life, to be void if she remarries.

Feoffment  WYL230/276  15 Aug 1620

Contents:
From Christopher Joye of Bishop Thornton, senior, to Robert Joye his son of a messuage and a croft called Tentergarth at Hardgate in Bishop Thornton, to hold to the use of Robert and Christopher his son after the deaths of Christopher and Joanna his wife.

Admission  WYL230/277  10 Apr 1624

Contents:
Of William Stephenson by surrender of John Darley to a messuage with a garden and 3 bovates in 7 closes with pasture belonging in Thornton held of the manor of Swinton and Bishopside.

Lease  WYL230/278  20 May 1631

Contents:
From William Ingilby of Ripley in county of York, Esq., owner of the prebend of Studley, lately a parcel of the collegiate Church of Ripon to Robert Joy of Bishop Thornton in the same county, yeoman, of tithes of corn and hay in Robert Joy's closes and grounds at Kettlespring in Bishop Thornton, copyhold land, lately belonging to Thomas Mylnes, namely Hye Close, Low Close, Great Orris Garris, Little Orris Garris, Spring, Lane Close and Layth Garth, for 250 years in return for an annual rent of 2s 2d, plus 10d, the ancient custom rent for tithe hay.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/279  30 May 1640

Contents:
From Thomas Ingilby of Raventofts, gent., to Peter Ingilby his son and heir, of closes called the Volley, part of a lane called Wysinge Layne, Bertlings Field and Broome Field in Raventofts.

Probate copy of the will of Thomas Harcastle of Bowe Green in the parish of Ripon.  WYL230/280  19 Oct 1681

Surrender  WYL230/281  28 Apr 1686

Contents:
From Simon Joy of Bishop Thornton to the use of Robert Hardcastle of Bowsegreen of lands called Laith Close, Kettlesin Crofts and Gill Croft in Bishop Thornton part of the manor of Thornton cum Bishopside.

Release  WYL230/282  27 Mar 1694

Contents:
From John Darley of Ripley, fellmonger, to Abel Darley of Ripley, grocer, of a freehold oxgang now divided into 5 closes and 5 beastgates on Bishop Thornton Moor in Bishop Thornton.
Enclosed is a receipt for the purchase money.
1 Aug. 1694.

Surrender  WYL230/283  13 May 1717

Contents:
By John Cooke to the use of Henry Mitchell and Sara his wife for their lives and then to the use of John Mitchell their second son, of a close of meadow called Buck Close with a barn and 4 beastgates in Bishop Thornton, part of the manor of Thornton cum Bishopside.

Assignment  WYL230/284  10 Jun 1732

Contents:
From Thomas Kindle of Stainburn, yeoman, to his brother-in-law, William Bayley of Stainburn, yeoman, of his right in an annuity of £40 bequeathed to his late wife Mary by her father, Thomas Bayley, and charged on his copyhold estate called Kettlespring at Thornton.

Abstract of Abel Darley's title  WYL230/285  18th Cent

Contents:
To copyhold and freehold lands in Bishop Thornton, 1598 - 1733.

Defeasance of a surrender  WYL230/286  6 Feb 1737

Contents:
From George Nelson of Clint, yeoman, to William Coates of Ripley, of lands and common at Wokemill House, Millbank and Thornton Moor within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside, if Nelson pays Coates his expenses in a cause brought against him by Leonard Tunstall.
Also Coates's receipt for these charges.
27 Feb. 1737.

Surrender  WYL230/287  2 May 1738

Contents:
By George Nelson of Bishop Thornton, yeoman, to John Ingilby, esq., of a messuage called Walke Mill House, a close called Dam Close and pasture for 4 beasts in Bishop Thornton within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Copy of Assignment  WYL230/288  4 Apr 1739

Contents:
From John Thompson of Knaresborough, linen weaver, to John Richinson of Clint, yeoman, for the remainder of a term of 250 years, of tithes from closes at Kettlespring in Bishop Thornton leased by William Ingilby to Robert Joy 7 Charles I and assigned by Robert Joy the grandson to John Thompson ancestor of the present, 1692, and also of money due from Thomas Bayley to whom a moiety of the premises was leased.
With
Statement by William Bayley of Stainburn concerning a bond for £90 and portions due to Simon and Mary his younger brother and sister 26 Sept. 1742.

Surrender  WYL230/289  1740

Contents:
By Thomas Chapman of Bishop Thornton, blacksmith, to John Darley of Bransby, gardener, of 2 beastgates on Thornton Common, within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Surrender  WYL230/290  26 Mar 1741

Contents:
By Abel Darley late of Ripley, sugar refiner and Elizabeth Darley of Ripley to John Ingilby of Ripley Esq., of 3 oxgangs and 17 beastgates in Bishop Thornton, part of the manor of Thornton with Bishopside, and all their other lands in that township or manor.

Admittance  WYL230/291  27 Apr 1741

Contents:
Of Francis Bailey to a messuage, barn and 2 closes at Kettle Spring within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside, held by his brother Thomas Bailey late of Bishop Thornton, deceased

Surrender  WYL230/292  27 Apr 1741

Contents:
From Thomas Bailey of Horsforth, yeoman, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a messuage and lands at Kettle Spring Hill, in the manor of Thornton with Bishopside, to secure payment of £60.

Surrender  WYL230/293  26 Oct 1741

Contents:
From Francis Bailey of Spofforth Haggs, yeoman, to John Ingleby, esq., of a messuage and lands at Kettlespring Hill in Bishop Thornton within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.
Also receipt for purchase money.
11 Aug. 1741.

Surrender  WYL230/294  1744

Contents:
From James Darley of Sand Hutton to Sir John Ingillby of Ripley of 2 beastgates on Thornton Common in the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/295  31 Mar 1749

Contents:
From John Slinger of Bishop Thornton, linen weaver and Samuel Slinger of Bishop Thornton, husbandman, to John Cowgill of Bishop Thornton, yeoman, of a cottage in Bishop Thornton.

Copy of will of Henry Mitchell of Ripley, yeoman  WYL230/296  1749

Contents:
Concerning land at Thornton.
Made 11 May 1749, registered 10 Oct 1749.

Agreement  WYL230/297  18 Jan 1750

Contents:
By James Richardson of Clint, yeoman, to surrender to Gabetis Norton of Sawley, esq., a close called Kettlespring Wood with a bathing well in it, a close of meadow and 20 beastgates on Bishop Thornton Moor in the township of Bishop Thornton, Richardson to have a road through Kettlespring Wood.

Lease  WYL230/298  25 Mar 1751

Contents:
From Abel Darley late of Ripley and now of Well Street, Middlesex, sugar refiner, brother and heir of John Darley late of Ripley, deceased, to John Ingilby of Ripley, esq., of an oxgang of freehold land, now divided into several closes, and 7 beastgates on Bishop Thornton Moor, in Bishop Thornton, for a year at a peppercorn rent.

Admittance  WYL230/299  14 May 1753

Contents:
Of Robert Hardcastle to a moiety of land as it is divided into closes, closes called Pegg Close, Seamer Close, and Kettlesing Croft and 10 beastgates at Hardgate in Bishop Thornton, part of the manor of Thornton with Bishopside, which John Hardcastle surrendered to the uses of his will.

Agreement  WYL230/300  6 Nov 1756

Contents:
By Sarah Mitchell of Ripley, widow, John Mitchell of Leeds, butcher, Sarah Mitchell of Ripley, spinster, and Mary Mitchell of Farnley, spinster, with Ralph Robinson of Ripley, gent., to convey and surrender to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley 19 freehold and copyhold beastgates on Bishop Thornton Moor.
Also bond of John Mitchell to convey the beastgates when he comes of age, and of Sarah and Mary to surrender them if he dies before then.
27 Dec. 1756

Admittance  WYL230/301  2 May 1757

Contents:
Of John Mitchell of Leeds, Butcher, by Ralph Robinson, his guardian, to a mansion house and closes, ½ a farm called Shann Farm, a messuage called Parker House, a close called, Buck Close and beastgates in Bishop Thornton within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside, left by Henry Mitchell his grandfather.

Surrender  WYL230/302  21 May 1759

Contents:
By John Mitchell late of Leeds, butcher, but now a soldier in the Seventh Regiment of Foot, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of 19 beastgates on Thornton or Bishop Thornton Moor lately inclosed, within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Surrender  WYL230/303  21 May 1759

Contents:
By John Mitchell late of Leeds, butcher, son and heir of John Mitchell late of Ripley, butcher, deceased to the use of William Simpson of Felliscliffe in the parish of Hampsthwaite, gent., of a close of meadow called Buck Close with a barn in Thornton with Bishopside.

Surrender  WYL230/304  28 Apr 1760

Contents:
By John Ascough of Bondgate near Ripon, gent., George Turner of Loftus, clerk, and Margaret his wife, executrix of Margaret Watson, her mother, administratrix of Katherine Raddon, and Edward Raddon, late of Ripon and now of St. George, Madras, son of Katherine Raddon, who was mortgagee of these premises, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of 2 beastgates on Thornton or Bishop Thornton Moor, and ground allotted in lieu by virtue of the recent Inclosure Act, within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Quitclaim  WYL230/305  14 Oct 1760

Contents:
From John Ascough of Ripon, gent., to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of 17 beastgates on Thornton or Bishop Thornton Moor, part of 19 surrendered to him by John Mitchell and purchased from Mitchell by Sir John.

Surrender  WYL230/306  28 Apr 1762

Contents:
By William Simpson of Felliscliffe in the parish of Hampsthwaite, gent., to the use of William Long of Burnt Yates in the parish of Ripley, yeoman, of a close of meadow called Buck Close with a barn in Bishop Thornton, part of the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Surrender  WYL230/307  28 Apr 1762

Contents:
By Robert Benson of Knaresborough, yeoman, and Mary his wife to the use of Francis Maltus of Flask House in the parish of Ripley, of 2 closes of meadow called Walk Mill Closes in Bishop Thornton, part of the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Surrender  WYL230/308  10 Jan 1763

Contents:
By William Thornton of Thornville, esq., to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a close called Kettlespring Wood with a bathing well in it and another close, within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Surrender  WYL230/309  15 May 1764

Contents:
By William Long of Burnt Yates in the parish of Ripley, yeoman, and Ann his wife to the use of Robert Harcastle of Hardgate within Bishop Thornton, yeoman, of a close of meadow called Buck Close with a barn in Bishop Thornton, part of the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Admittance  WYL230/310  29 Apr 1766

Contents:
Of Francis Maltus to 2 closes called Walk Mill Closes in Bishop Thornton, part of the manor of Thornton with Bishopside, held by Francis Maltus of Flask, his late father.

Surrender  WYL230/311  14 Jul 1766

Contents:
By Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of his lands in the manor of Thornton with Bishopside to the uses of his will.

Surrender  WYL230/312  1768

Contents:
By John Slinger of Bishop Thornton, yeoman, Ellen Cowgill of Bishop Thornton, widow, and Samuel Slinger of Clint, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a cottage at Kettlespring and 1½ acres meadow in Bishop Thornton within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Surrender  WYL230/313  11 May 1771

Contents:
And assignment of mortgage by Francis Maltus of Flask, yeoman, and Thomas Duffield of Ripon Park, gent., his mortgagee, to the use of Edward Whitaker of Staveley, yeoman, of 2 closes called Walk Mill Closes in Bishop Thornton, part of the manor of Thornton with Bishopside, to secure £60.

Surrender and assignment of mortgage  WYL230/314  10 May 1773

Contents:
By Francis Maltus of Flask, yeoman, and Edward Whitaker of Staveley, yeoman, to the use of Robert Webster of Knaresborough, roper, and Robert Farnhill of Bilton with Harrogate, yeoman, of 2 closes of meadow called Walk Mill Closes in Bishop Thornton, part of the manor of Thornton with Bishopside, to secure £100.

Admittance  WYL230/315  10 May 1773

Contents:
Of John Wright to Edson's Farm in High Bishopside, Lupton's Farm and a paddock in High Bishopside, lands at Kettlespring Hill in Bishop Thornton, Elsworth's Oxgangs, a cottage at Kettlespring, a close called Kettlespring Wood, a close of pasture and 76 acres of Bishop Thornton Moor, all within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside, and surrendered by Sir John Ingilby to the uses of his will.

Will of Robert Harcastle of Bishop Thornton, blacksmith.  WYL230/316  10 Jan 1775

Surrender  WYL230/317  29 Jun 1778

Contents:
By Francis Maltus of Flask, yeoman, Robert Webster of Knaresborough, roper, and Robert Farnhill of Bilton with Harrogate, yeoman, to the use of John Hardcastle of Bishop Thornton, of 2 closes called Walk Mill Closes in Bishop Thornton, part of the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Admittance  WYL230/318  13 May 1783

Contents:
Of John Harcastle to all the lands in Bishop Thornton, part of the manor of Thornton with Bishopside held by Robert Hardcastle of Bishop Thornton, blacksmith, his late father, who surrendered them to the uses of his will.

Copy surrender  WYL230/319  13 Jul 1785

Contents:
By Ann Wheatley of Ripley, widow, mortgagee, and Walter Mitchell of Knaresborough, hatter, William Mitchell of Ripley, yeoman, Thomas Campey of Dishforth, yeoman, and Sarah his wife, and Thomas Bradley of Farnley, yeoman, devisees by the will of Henry Mitchell late of Ripley, to Thomas Batty of Bishop Thornton, yeoman, of land, part of moor lately called Thornton Moor and lands called Bayne Garth with 5 beastgates in Bishop Thornton within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.
Enclosed is deposition by Francis Fairbank that he served Thomas Batty with a Latitat at the suit of Sir John Ingilby. Unsigned.

Lease and release  WYL230/320  27-28 Jan 1791

Contents:
From Thomas Thornton of Thornville Royal esq., by the director of Thomas Batty of Bishop Thornton, gent., to John Hardcastle of Bishop Thornton, gent., of closes (field - names) at Hardgate in Bishop Thornton, with covenant to surrender copyhold closes.

Surrender  WYL230/321  10 May 1791

Contents:
By Thomas Thornton of Thornville Royal, esq., to the use of John Hardcastle of Bishop Thornton, gent., of a messuage, barn and closes called Carter Croft, Harris Close, Four Lands and Kays Close, at Hardgate in the township of Bishop Thornton, part of the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Feoffment  WYL230/322  12 May 1797

Contents:
From Galen Boddy of Raventofts, farmer to John Hardcastle of Bishop Thornton, farmer, of a messuage and 3 closes in Bishop Thornton.

Reconveyance  WYL230/323  21 & 22 Nov 1799

Contents:
By Thomas Kilvington of Ripon, esq., to John Hardcastle of Bishop Thornton, gent., of a messuage and closes called High Pasture (2) Crabtree Close, Dick Close, House Close and Steel Close at Hardgate in Bishop Thornton.

Surrender  WYL230/324  25 Oct 1802

Contents:
By John Rockliffe of Azenby (Azerley?), esq., and Sarah his wife, daughter of Cornelius Craven, to John Hutchinson of Clint, farmer, of lands called Cragg Close, Rome Close, Riddings, Little Oringe Garth, Great Oringe Garth and Lamb Close at Thornton within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Deed of covenant  WYL230/325  19 Feb 1805

Contents:
By Horner Reynard of Ripon, gent., to pay a rent of £26. 11s. 3d. to the collegiate church of Ripon, and grant from Reynard to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of an annuity of £26. 11s. 3d. from tithes in Bishop Thornton as an indemnity against that rent.

Case and opinion  WYL230/326  8 Dec 1806

Contents:
Of John Williamson concerning copyhold land in Bishop Thornton, bought from Abel Darley in 1741 and now sold by Sir John Ingilby to Thomas Sanderson, but which Abel Darley did not surrender.

Surrender  WYL230/327  28 Apr 1807

Contents:
By John Hardcastle of Bishop Thornton, farmer, of all his lands within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside to the uses of his will.

Mortgage by lease  WYL230/328  6 Jul 1808

Contents:
From John Hardcastle late of Bishop Thornton and now of Smaws Hall, farmer and Hannah his wife to Thomas Gilliam of Church Fenton, farmer, of a messuage, a croft called Tenter Garth, and closes called High Pasture, Crimple, Crabtree Close, Dick Close, House Close and Steel Close in the township of Bishop Thornton for 1000 years to secure £500.

Mortgage bond  WYL230/329  6 Jul 1808

Contents:
Of John Hardcastle late of Bishop Thornton and now of Smaws Hall, farmer, and Thomas Nicholson of Smaws Hall, farmer, to Thomas Gilliam of Church Fenton, farmer, in £1,000 to pay £500 and observe the covenants of an indenture of lease.

Surrender  WYL230/330  21 Feb 1815

Contents:
By John Hardcastle the elder of Bishop Thornton, to the use of John Hardcastle the younger, of a messuage, closes called Carter Croft, Harris Close, Four Lands, Buck Close, Walk Mill Closes, Peg Close, wall Close, Well Close, Crabtree Close, Pond Close and Middle Close at Bishop Thornton, part of the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Surrender  WYL230/331  21 Feb 1815

Contents:
By John Hardcastle of Bishop Thornton to the use of Thomas Nicholson of Smaws Hall in the parish of Tadcaster, farmer, and Hannah his wife, of his reversion and remainder in a cottage, cowhouse, piece of ground set out from a close called Carter Croft and also a close called Kay's Close, at Hardgate in the township of Bishop Thornton, part of the manor of Thornton with Bishopside, in pursuance of an agreement made before their marriage.

Surrender  WYL230/332  21 Feb 1815

Contents:
By John Hardcastle of Bishop Thornton, yeoman, to the use of Thomas Nicholson of Smaws Hall in the parish of Tadcaster, farmer, and Hannah his wife, of a cottage, cowhouse, piece of ground set out from a close called Carter Croft, and also a close called Kay's Close, at Hardgate in the township of Bishop Thornton, part of the manor of Thornton with Bishopside, agreed on their marriage to come to them at Hardcastle's decease.

Letter from J.N.Coates, Ripon  WYL230/333  5 Mar 1815

Contents:
To Henry Candler, esq., Tadcaster, describing John Hardcastle's surrenders of property in the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Letter from J. Coates, Ripon, steward of Thornton with Bishopside  WYL230/334  8 Apr 1816

Contents:
To M. Candler, solicitor, Tadcaster, concerning a surrender and the examination of the femme couverte.

Surrender and mortgage  WYL230/335  25 Oct 1816

Contents:
By Thomas Nicholson of Smaws Hall in the parish of Tadcaster, farmer, and Hannah his wife, to the use of John Allenby of Tadcaster, cornmiller, of a cottage, cowhouse, piece of ground set out from Carter Croft and a close called Kay's Close, and the reversion and remainder in these premises, at Hardgate in the township of Bishop Thornton, part of the manor of Thornton with Bishopside to secure £250.

Extracts from the will of John Shute of Bishop Thornton, yeoman  WYL230/336  1818

Contents:
Will made 28 Nov.1814, proved 2nd July, 1818.

Declaration of trusts  WYL230/337  29 Oct 1824

Contents:
By William Morley Stubbs of Knaresborough, gent., to William Reynard of Ripon, clerk and James Groves of Dishforth, gent., concerning mortgaged hereditaments and a sum of £2000 expressed in indentures of lease and release from John Hardcastle to Stubbs.

Surrender  WYL230/338  3 Jun 1825

Contents:
By Thomas Nicholson and Hannah his wife, John Allenby and John Hardcastle to William Norley Stubbs of a cottage, a close called Kay's Close, a messuage and closes called Carter Croft, Harris Close, Four Lands and Middle Close, at Hardgate in Bishop Thornton within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Surrender  WYL230/339  29 Apr 1831

Contents:
By William Morley Stubbs of Knaresborough, gent., and John Hardcastle of Bishop Thornton, farmer, to John Nixon of Leeds, esq., of a farm and lands (field - names) at Hardgate in Bishop Thornton, within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.
Also a valuation by John Howgate of John Hardcastle's estate in Bishop Thornton, marked 'Particulars of Mr John Hardcastle's security 'giving field-names, crops and areas.
9 Feb 1831

Assignment  WYL230/340  4 May 1833

Contents:
From William Thompson of Bishop Thornton, joiner, and Frances his wife one of the daughters of John Hardcastle, otherwise John Kendal, deceased, to William Swaile of Clint, farmer, Hannah Hardcastle of Knaresborough, spinster, and John Hardcastle of Ripon, butcher, of a share of money from the sale of the estate of Hardcastle otherwise Kendal.

Surrender  WYL230/341  14 Jun 1841

Contents:
By Thomas Hutchinson of Ingerthorpe, farmer, to the use of Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle of 5 closes near Kettlespring in Bishop Thornton within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.
Also copy probate of John Hutchinson's will, admittance of Thomas Hutchinson, agreement to purchase and other related papers.
1840 - 41.

Declaration by John Wetherell of Bishop Thornton  WYL230/342  22 Oct 1856

Contents:
Concerning an estate at Bishop Thornton formerly owned by John Shute or Shutt.

Declaration by John Shutt of Clint, farmer  WYL230/343  19 Nov 1856

Contents:
Concerning closes at Bishop Thornton, late belonging to his father William Shutt.

Copy of opinion of counsel and vendor's solicitor's replies  WYL230/344  1856

Contents:
Concerning the purchase of an estate at Bishop Thornton from John Shutt by Ingilby's Trust.

Admittance  WYL230/345  28 Jan 1857

Contents:
Of John Shutt of Clint, farmer, to the copyhold parts of a farm, part of the manor of Thornton with Bishopside, as devisee by the will of William Shutt, with a coloured plan.

Deeds and related papers  WYL230/346  1789 - 1857

Contents:
Concerning a farm at Bishop Thornton brought by Rev.Henry John Ingilby of Ripley Castle and Charles Smith of Parkfields near Stone, Staffs., executors of the will of Sr.W.A.Ingilby from John Shutt, out of the residuary personal estate of Sr.W.A.Ingilby, 20 May 1857, including plans, probate copy of the will of Sr.W.A.Ingilby, proved 21 Sept. 1854, and disentailing deeds of his residuary personal estate, April 1856, and money arising from the sale of real estate under his will, Apr. 1857.

Letter from Powell and Sons  WYL230/347  31 Mar 1857

Contents:
To Young and Jackson, Essex Street, Strand, about deeds concerning land at Bishop Thornton, involving John Shutt.

Merger  WYL230/348  22 Apr 1857

Contents:
By John Shutt of Clint of the tithe rent charges on his estate in Bishop Thornton.

Certified extract from the tithe award for Bishop Thornton  WYL230/349  27 Apr 1857

Contents:
Relating to lands owned by William Shutt and occupied by John Wetherill.

Declaration  WYL230/350  20 May 1857

Contents:
By John Shutt of Clint concerning the estate at Bishop Thornton, lately sold by him to the trustees of Sir.W.A.Ingilby.

Admittance  WYL230/351  11 Aug 1857

Contents:
Of Henry John Ingilby to messuages and lands in the manor of Thornton with Bishopside devised to him by Sir W.A.Ingilby; with plan and schedule.

Title deeds of property at Bishop Thornton  WYL230/352  1685 - 1870

Contents:
Sold by Simon Joy and Margaret his mother to Robert Hardcastle in 1685 and purchased by Sir. Henry Day Ingilby, 12 Oct. 1870, with a plan Sept. 1867, abstracts of title and other related papers.

Receipt  WYL230/353  12 Jul 1870

Contents:
From Charles Powell to Sir Henry Day Ingilby for deposit on purchase of estate at Bishop Thornton

Admittance  WYL230/354  28 Jun 1876

Contents:
Of Sir Henry Day Ingilby to copyhold premises in High and Low Bishopside and Bishop Thornton within the manor of Thornton with Bishopside.

Admittance  WYL230/355  16 Jan 1877

Contents:
Of Charles William Jervis Smith of Clifton Hall, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, and Samuel Herbert Cooper of Newcastle under Lyme to copyhold property in the manor of Thornton with Bishopside to the uses of the will of Sir William Amcotts Ingilby.

Surrender  WYL230/356  5 Jun 1877

Contents:
By Charles William Jervis Smith and Samuel Herbert Cooper to Rev.Henry Gladwin Jebb rector of Chetwynd Newport, Salop, clerk and Rev.Thomas Charles Thompson rector of Ripley, clerk, of copyhold property in the manor of Thornton with Bishopside to the use of the will of Sir William Amcotts Ingilby.

BISHOPTON  [no ref. or date]

Articles of agreement  WYL230/357  23 Oct 1752

Contents:
By Thomas Horner of Ripon to convey to Sir John Ingilby a messuage and land in Bishopton.

BRANTINGHAM (E.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/358  26 Jul 1572

Contents:
From William Ellerker of Ellerker, esq., to Anthony Smetheley of Brantingham, esq., of a messuage with a croft, a close and 5½ bovates in Thorp Brantingham, a cottage, croft and 4 acres in Thorp Brantingham and Brantingham, a close called Eshgarthe and a close next Malton Garthes in Thorp Brantingham and Brantingham, and a cottage and croft in Thorp Brantingham and Brantingham; with power of attorney to John Stapleton and James Wilkes of Brantingham to deliver seisin.

BREARTON  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL230/359  3 Oct 1543

Contents:
From Robert Roosse of Ingmanthorpe, esq., to Thomas Nevyll, of Holdeholt, Essex, esq., of 2 closes called New Clase and Hooll Close in Susacres (in Brearton)

Inquisition post mortem of William Allen late of Nidd  WYL230/360  6 Aug 1630

Contents:
Concerning land in Brearton and Susacres.

BROMFLEET (E.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Assignment  WYL230/361  14 Aug 1588

Contents:
From Ralph Hausbie of Bishop Burton, gent., to William Inglebie of Ripley, esq., of a moiety of the fishing called the Fishgarth of Bromfleet, leased by letters patent of 21 June 23 Elizabeth to Hausbie and Inglebie for 21 years.

Assignment  WYL230/362  10 Mar 1589

Repaired

Contents:
From William Inglebye of Ripley, esq., to Ralph Hausbie of Bishop Burton, gent., of a moiety of fishing called the Fishgarth of Broomfleet in the Humber, assigned to him by Hausbie, for the remainder of a term of 21 years created by letters patent of 23 Eliz. to them both.

Lease  WYL230/363  23 Jun 1605

Contents:
From Richard Sunderland of Coley, gent., and Henry Acroide of Foggathorpe, gent., to Sir William Inglebie of Ripley, knight, and Ralph Hausbie of Gray's Inn, esq., of the fishing called the Fishgarth of Bromfleet on the Humber for 21 years at an annual rent of £3. 6s. 8d.

CATFOSS (E.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Grant  WYL230/364  17 Jul 1582

Contents:
From Hillary Dalkins of Brandesburton in Holderness, gent., to William Inglebie of Ripley, esq., and William Wrighte of Laisthorpe, gent., of an annual rent charge of £30 from lands in Brandesburton, Ulrome and Catfoss, for the term of the life of Ursula Constable, widow of John Constable, late of Great Hatfield.

Assignment  WYL230/365  31 Jul 1596

Contents:
From William Inglebye of Ripley, esq., and William Wright of Laysthorp, gent., to William Ranson of York, goldsmith, and Marmaduke Shadfurthe of Lockington, yeoman, of their interest in the capital messuage of Catfoss and lands, delivered to Inglebye and Wright by a verdict of the Court of Chancery, until Hillary Dakines of Brandesburton pays £300.

CLIFTON  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL230/366  20 Apr 1730

Contents:
From John Fawcett of Clifton in the Forest of Knaresborough, carpenter, to Sir John Inbilby of Ripley, Bart., of a cottage with a cupboard and a close in Clifton.
Also agreement between Fawcett and Anthony Downes for this sale.
9 March 1730
(Endorsed: Sale of an encroachment joining on Haverah Park).

Copy will of Thomas Forest of Norwood with Clifton in the parish of Fewston, yeoman  WYL230/367  17 Aug 1810

Contents:
Leaving land etc.

CLINT  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/368  12 Jun 1522

Contents:
From William Atkynson of Killinghall to Richard Hyll of Cattall, Robert Rudde and Thomas Atkynson of Killinghall of one newly built messuage(?) in Whipley and the close called Hardyrs and all other lands in Halsteyde, Mownkinges and Lowsonfield to hold to the use of William Ingleby Esq., in fulfilment of an indenture of lease dated 1st April 13 Henry VIII of this land to Ingleby for 10 years, and afterwards to the use of the will of William Atkynson.

Surrenders  WYL230/369  1545 - 1574

13 items

Contents:
To William Ingilby of land in Clint and also Pannal and Beckwith within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Copy of grant  WYL230/370  16th cent

Contents:
To Henry Shawe for life, and then to Leonard Atkinson, of a close of half an acre in Clint, belonging to the chantry of St.John the Baptist in the parish Church of Ripley, by virtue of a commission of 4 Dec. 3 Edward VI to the understeward and receiver of the Honour of Knaresborough.
Grant dated 6 May 1550

Surrender  WYL230/371  1 Feb 1581

Contents:
By William Beckwith of Selby, esq., and Mary his wife, daughter of John Salmon to William Inglebie of Ripley, esq., of 6 messuages, ½ of a messuage, 1/6 of a messuage called Clint Netherhall and 74½ acres in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Surrenders  WYL230/372  16 Mar 1603

Contents:
From William Ingilbie of Ripley, esq., to Ralph Babthorpe of Osgodby of a messuage, 2 closes called New Close and Garthwray, a messuage and 7 acres, a cottage and 2 acres and a close called Whipley; and from Richard Lewtye of Clint to Babthorpe of a messuage and 7 acres, all in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Surrenders  WYL230/373  8 Jan 1606

Contents:
From Ralph Bapthorpe, knight, to William Ingilbie knight of 3 messuages and 27 acres, a (ramosum?) messuage and 2 closes called New Close and Garthwray, a messuage and 7 acres, a cottage and 2 acres and a close called Whipleys in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.
And from Ingilbie to Edward Plumpton, knight, of the same property with some acres added.
13 Dec 1607

Agreement  WYL230/374  19 Oct 1614

Contents:
By Sir Edward Plompton of Plompton, knight, to make a lease by surrender to John Browne of Markington, yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Clint for 21 years.
It has been altered considerably as a draft for a later lease. On the back are two copies of surrenders by Katherine Plompton, and a note by W. Brand concerning his lands, lately Katherine Plompton's and his desire to have a tenant for them.
Dated 7 Dec. 1637.

Bond  WYL230/375  4 Oct 1622

Contents:
Of Thomas Browne of Ripley, cordiner, to William Ingilby of the same, esquire, in £14 for peaceful possession of an acre called Priest Close in Clint, discharged from an annuity of 20 shillings to Browne's wife Frances.
(Endorsed with a note that the bond is void as the yearly rent has been surrendered, 19 May 6 Charles I)

Copy surrender  WYL230/376  19 Apr 1626

Contents:
By Edward Pumpton of Plumpton, knight, to Katherine Plumpton, one of his daughters of a messuage and 33 acres, a messuage and 2 closes called New Close and Garthwray, a messuage and 7 acres, a cottage and 2 acres and a close called Whipleys in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.
At the foot is a note of the value of this property.

Bond  WYL230/377  10 May 1631

Contents:
Of Edward Plompton of Plompton, knight, to Thomas Wagstaffe of Fliford Flavell, Worcs., yeoman, in £20 to secure payment of £10 on redemption of a lease from Plompton to John Smith and John Chappell citizens and stationers of London of tenements in Plompton.

Covenant  WYL230/378  29 Aug 1633

Contents:
By Nicholas Griffith of High Holborne, Middlesex, esq., and Katharine one of the daughters of Sir Edward Plumpton of Plumpton knight, that Katherine will surrender to William Brand of London, gent., 5 messuages and lands (in Clint) in the Forest of Knaresborough.
Attached are 2 receipts from Katharine to Brand for rent due and for money paid according to an agreement in Chancery.
Dec. 1639.
(Used as wrapper)

Copy of Agreement  WYL230/379  6 Mar 1634

Contents:
By Katherine Plumpton daughter of Sir Edward Plumpton, knight, to surrender to Stephen Whealus a messuage and copyhold land in Clint to the use of Stephen or William Whealus his father for 11 years at £39 annual rent.

Writ  WYL230/380  29 Nov 1634

Contents:
Ordering Katherine Plompton to give William Brand peaceful possession of premises in Clint, and to appear in the Court of Chancery to give satisfaction for her contempt.

Writ  WYL230/381  26 Jun 1637

Contents:
Ordering Katherine Plompton to execute a Chancery decree that she surrender to William Brand copyhold premises (in Clint) in the Forest of Knaresborough, in question in the case between her and Brand who will then pay the residue of the purchase money.

Copy surrender  WYL230/382  29 Aug 1638

Contents:
From Katherine Plompton, spinster, daughter of Edward Plompton of Plompton to William Brand of 3 messuages and 33 acres meadow, a (ramosum) messuage and 2 closes called New Close and Garthuray, a messuage and 7 acres meadow and a close called Whiples in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Order of Court of Chancery  WYL230/383  12 Oct 1638

Contents:
In case between William Brand and Katherine Plompton that Sir Robert Riche should view a Chancery decree and see whether 'there be a full performance given by the defendant unto the said decree', as she has been prosecuting tenants in contempt of the decree.

Memorandum  WYL230/384  2 Apr 1639

Contents:
That all differences between William Brand of London, gent., and Henry Atkinson of Killinghall, gent., are settled and that Brand lets to Atkinson a close called Garthwray in Clint until Nov. 1640.

Grant  WYL230/385  10 Dec 1639

Contents:
From John Plumpton of Plumpton, esq., to Katherine Plumpton his sister of an annuity of £8 from his manors and lands in Waterton, Lincs.

Copy surrender  WYL230/386  1 May 1647

Contents:
By William Brand, gent., to Thomas Dawnie citizen and mercer of London of 5 messuages and 39 acres in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.
Attached is Dawnay's promise not to take any benefit from the lands until Brand is satisfied for them, with several other notes.
24 March 1647.

Order of the Committee for Sequestrations  WYL230/387  9 Apr 1653

Contents:
That Thomas Walker of Clint should give possession of a sequestrated house in Clint, part of Mr Brand's estate, which he is occupying in contempt of the authority of Parliament, to Ralph Bell, and pay arrears of rent, or appear to show cause to the contrary.

Copy surrender  WYL230/388  11 Aug 1675

Contents:
By Roger Coleman of London, gent., to Anne and Elizabeth Inglebie, daughters of Sir William Inglebie of Ripley, Bart., of a messuage and 7½ acres at Whipley Lane, Clint, within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Surrender  WYL230/389  1 Sep 1675

Contents:
By Roger Coleman of London, gent., to Anne and Elizabeth Ingleby daughters of William Inglebie of Ripley, Bart., of a messuage and 7½ acres, in Whipley Lane, Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Receipts  WYL230/390  1675 & 1699

4 items

Contents:
For fines and purchase money for premises in Clint.

Copy surrender  WYL230/391  22 Oct 1685

Contents:
By Peter Parker, William Hardesty, Arthur Dowe, William Dowe, John Dowe, Leonard Askwith and Ann his wife to John Ingleby, Bart., Thomas Pallisser, William Carter and William Nursey, of an ancient building and 6½ acres in the hamlet of Felliscliffe and the township of Clint within the Honour of Knaresborough, to the use of the poor of Ripley.

Surrender  WYL230/392  17 Aug 1687

Contents:
By John Arderne of Stopforth, Cheshire, and Anne his wife to Lady Margaret Ingleby, widow, of a messuage and 7½ acres in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Surrender  WYL230/393  15 Apr 1693

Contents:
By Henry Bell and Ellen his wife to John Ingleby, Bart., of an ancient building and 2½ acres in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Surrender  WYL230/394  1 Dec 1697

Contents:
By Edward Ridsdale to John Ingleby, Bart., of a messuage and 7½ acres in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Surrender  WYL230/395  20 Oct 1698

Contents:
By Thomas Simpson of Clint to John Ingleby, Bart., of closes called Henfield Hill, Henfield Closes, Nook Closes and Whipleys in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Copy surrender  WYL230/396  21 Oct 1699

Contents:
From Thomas Simpson of Clint to Thomas Stubb of 3 closes called Whipleyes in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Articles of purchase  WYL230/397  23 May 1704

Contents:
Between Peter Brand of Turvey, Beds., esq., and Edward Ridsdale of Ripon, gent., on behalf of Sir John Ingilby, Bart., concerning a copyhold estate in Clint.

Bond  WYL230/398  11 Jul 1704

Contents:
Of Peter Brand of Turvey, Beds., gent., and Margaret Brand of Turvey, widow, to John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., in £1500, for peaceable enjoyment of 5 messuages and 39 acres in Clint surrendered to Ingilby.

Surrender  WYL230/399  26 Sep 1716

Contents:
By Edward Ridsdale of Ripon, acting on behalf of John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., now of London, to John Wastall and William Norton of all John Ingilby's property in Clint, part of the Forest of Knaresborough, to the uses of Sir John's will.

Copy surrender  WYL230/400  26 Sep 1716

Contents:
By Edward Ridsdall on behalf of Sir John Ingilby to John Wastall and William Norton of 5 Messuages and 39 acres, a building and 2½ acres, closes called Henfield Hills, Henfield Closes, Nook Closes and Whipleys and another messuage and 7½ acres, all in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.
Also copy of power of attorney from Sir John to Edward Riddall to make this surrender.
17 July 1716.

Copy surrender  WYL230/401  23 Apr 1718

Contents:
By William Coates of Ripley to William Ingleby a minor of Ripley, gent., of an ancient building and 2½ acres in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Surrender  WYL230/402  6 Mar 1723

Contents:
From John Holsworth of Clint to John Ingleby, Bart., of 4 closes called Whipleys in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Memorandum of agreement  WYL230/403  29 Jul 1730

Contents:
Between Huley Baines esq., and Anthony Downes on behalf of Sir John Ingilby, Bart., for the purchase by Sir John of a parcel of pasture in Clint.

Copy surrender  WYL230/404  22 Oct 1730

Contents:
From Huley Baines to John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a messuage and 6 acres in Clint, part of the Forest of Knaresborough

Surrender  WYL230/405  19 Feb 1735

Contents:
From John Ferryman, John Houseman and Mary his wife, to John Ingilby Esq., of an ancient building and one close of land in Clint, part of the Forest of Knaresborough.

Surrender  WYL230/406  8 Apr 1747

Contents:
By William Brearey of Tadcaster, tailor, and Jane his wife to John Cook of Clint of a close called Well Close in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Surrender  WYL230/407  5 Oct 1748

Contents:
From John Cook of Clint to Edward Cook of 2 closes called Whinney Close and Well Close in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough to the use of his will, the surrender to be void if John Cook is still alive at the next Michaelmas sheriff tourn.

Surrender  WYL230/408  11 Apr 1753

Contents:
By John Houseman of Clint, butcher, and Jane his wife, only daughter and heir of Walter Fawcett late of clint, cooper, to the use of William Cooke of Clint, yeoman, of a moiety of a close called Loftus Close at Whipley Moorside in Clint within Knaresborough Forest.

Copy surrender  WYL230/409  23 Oct 1760

Contents:
From Philip Edeson to Thomas Darley of an ancient messuage and 6 acres in Whipley Lane, Clint, to secure payment of £105.

Surrender  WYL230/410  4 Nov 1761

Contents:
From Philip Edeson of Sicklinghall, yeoman, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of an ancient messuage and 6 acres in Whipley Lane, Clint, part of the Forest of Knaresborough.

Surrender  WYL230/411  21 Oct 1778

Contents:
By Edward Cooke of Whipley Moor, Clint, yeoman to Sir Bellingham Graham of Norton Conyers, Bart., and William Masterman of Red Lion Square, Middlesex, Esq., of a close called the Paddock and 3 roods 2 perches lately inclosed in the Forest of Knaresborough.

Surrender  WYL230/412  3 Dec 1783

Contents:
By William Cooke of Clint, gent., to the use of Christopher Reynard of Clint, yeoman, of a piece of land in Clint at Four Lane Ends within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Surrender  WYL230/413  16 Aug 1809

Contents:
By Robert Fiddes of Clint to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., for £20, of a cottage and garden in Clint, in the Forest of Knaresborough.

Surrender  WYL230/414  23 Oct 1811

Contents:
By Thomas Terry of Ripon, banker, Michael Parker of the same, linen draper, William Mitchell of North Stainley, gent., Richard Dearlove of Clint, yeo., William Andrew the younger of Birstwith, yeo., Mary Cook of Whipley Moor, widow and Samuel Russell of Ripon, surgeon, to the use of John Houseman of Clint, gent., of a close called Lofthouse Close in Clint within Knaresborough Forest.

Surrender  WYL230/415  3 Mar 1824

Contents:
By Walter Houseman of Clint, yeoman, and Richard Oastler of Scriven with Tentergate, esq., his mortgagee, to the use of William Houseman of Clint, gent., of a messuage, 4 closes called Snell Field, Spring, Little Close and Pasture Close, and other land in Clint within Knaresborough Forest.

Surrender  WYL230/416  5 May 1824

Contents:
By John Houseman of Clint, gent., to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle, bart., of Lofthouse Close in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Surrender  WYL230/417  7 Jul 1824

Contents:
By Horner Reynard of Sunderlandwick, East Riding, to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of a messuage and lands in Clint within the Forest of Knaresborough, late the estate of William Reynard deceased.

Surrender  WYL230/418  5 May 1825

Contents:
By William Houseman of Clint, gent., to the use of Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of a messuage, 4 closes called Snell Field, Spring, Little Close and Pasture Close and a close called Myers Close, and 2 closes called Far Tree Closes at Whipley Moor and other land in Clint, within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Admittance  WYL230/419  4 Jan 1826

Contents:
Of Mrs Ann Andrew to a messuage and 8 closes land called the Wipleys, Crabtree Close (formerly Lane Close), Low Close, Little Close and the Paddock, devised to her by her late husband John Andrew.

Surrenders  WYL230/420  20 Apr 1826; 1723 - 1826

Contents:
Concerning a messuage and closes called Whipleys Crabtree Close at Whipley Moor in Clint, obtained by Sir William Amcotts - Ingilby from Ann Andrew and her mortgagees.
And also lands in Menwith with Darley, Birstwith, and Felliscliffe.

Admittance  WYL230/421  28 Aug 1833

Contents:
Of Sir William Amcotts Ingilby to a cottage in Clint, incroached from the Forest of Knaresborough, formerly belonging to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., his father.

Probate of the will of James Swale of Clint  WYL230/422  18 Jan 1843

Admission  WYL230/423  1 Feb 1843

Contents:
Of James Swale to a close called Todd Garth or Deborah Garth in Clint in the Forest of Knaresborough, left him by James Swale his father.

Deeds concerning property at Whipley Moor, Clint  WYL230/424  1785 - 1844

Contents:
i.e., a messuage and 3 closes called Myers Close and the Fur Tree Closes sold by Mrs Ann Kemp to Sir W.A. Ingilby in Dec. 1843, and 4 closes called Snell Field, Spring, Little Close and Pasture Close including abstract of title of Walter Houseman, 1753 - 1815, and mentioning also the names of Cook, Houseman and Oastler.

Deeds and papers concerning an encroachment and allotment in Clint within Knaresborough Forest  WYL230/425  1775 - 1848

Contents:
Surrendered by John Groves to Sir W.A. Ingilby, 4 April 1848, including a certificate of the commissioners of the Knaresborough Forest inclosure describing a sale lot purchased by John Groves.
The above is wrapped in a printed list of constables appointed for townships in Claro, 1847.

Surrender  WYL230/426  24 Oct 1849

Contents:
By James Swale of Clint to Richard Atkinson of Clint, yeoman, of a close called Deborah Close in Clint, part of the Forest of Knaresborough

Royal grant by letters patent  WYL230/427  14 Jan 1854

Contents:
To Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of an allotment in Clint purchased by him from the Duchy of Lancaster.

Letter from M.Gell, Knaresborough  WYL230/428  11 Dec 1857

Contents:
To Messrs. Powell and Sons, concerning Henry John Ingilby 5 purchase of a parcel of land from Richard Atkinson

Surrender  WYL230/429  23 Dec 1857

Contents:
By Richard Atkinson late of Clint and now of Starbeck, corn dealer, to Rev. Henry Day Ingilby of Ripley Castle, clerk, of a close called Deborah Garth in Clint, part of the Forest of Knaresborough.

Copy notice  WYL230/430  30 Mar 1858

Contents:
By John Turner of Beech Cottage near Knaresborough to John Lawson that he has bought from Christopher Reynard Kent the equity of redemption of premises in Clint mortgaged to Lawson, and requiring Lawson to make any further action concerning this property subject to the payment of £200 to him (Turner)

Copy of declaration of Mrs Jane Atkinson  WYL230/431  27 Jan 1859

Contents:
Concerning the descent of Christopher Reynard Kent.

Particulars and conditions of sale  WYL230/432  1811 - 1859

Contents:
Of closes called Long Close or Long Moor Close, Corner Close, Plantation and Little Close in Clint within Knaresborough Forest, bought by Rev.H.J.Ingilby from John Lawson, 26 Nov.1858, with abstract of Lawson's title as mortgagee, surrender from Lawson to Ingilby 20 April 1859, surrender of 20 May 1812 and copy surrender of 16 May 1811, both to Christopher Reynard.

COLLINGHAM  [no ref. or date]

Bond  WYL230/433  24 Apr 1618

Contents:
Of William Shutt of Addlethorpe, Yeoman, to Robert Chambers of Collingham, barker, in £100, to observe the covenants of indentures of the same date.

Surrender  WYL230/434  5 May 1647

Contents:
By Thomas Foster of Collingham, yeoman, and Margaret his wife, to Robert Chambers, of a close called Carrlands in Collingham within the manor of Bardsey for 6 years at a red rose rent.

Surrender  WYL230/435  7 May 1650

Contents:
By Thomas Foster of Collingham, and Margaret Foster now his wife and John Foster his son to Robert Chambers of a close called Carrlands in Collingham within the manor of Bardsey for 3 years at a peppercorn rent.

DACRE WITH BEWERLEY  [no ref. or date]

Dacre etc. purchased by Sir William Ingilby  [no ref. or date]

Final concord  WYL230/436  1552-53

Contents:
Between Arthur Darcy, knight, querent, and John Gresham, junior, esq., deforciant, of the manor of Brimham, 100 messuages, 10 mills, 6 dovecotes, 100 gardens, 1,300 acres land, 80 acres meadow, 1,080 acres pasture, 300 acres wood, 3,300 acres moor and £6 rent in Brimham, Dacre, Heyshaw, Newhouse, Banger Houses, Summerbridge, Braisty Woods, Fell Beck, North Pasture House, Bollershaw, Hartwith, Winsley, Warsell, Nidderdale, Bewerley, Ripon, and Kirkby, Malzeard.
Hilary Term 6 Edward VI (1552 or 3).

Lease  WYL230/437  28 Jul 1561

Contents:
From Henry Darcy of Wallington, Surrey, esq., to Thomas Oddye of the New House, yeoman, of the tenement called New House with all lands etc., in the lordship of Brimham, for 21 years at £4 annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/438  16 Apr 1563

Contents:
From Henry Darcy of Wallington, Surrey, esq., to Leonard Lupton of Braisty Wood, yeoman, of a messuage; part of the farm called Braisty Wood, for 21 years at 18s. 4d. annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/439  18 Jul 1567

Contents:
From Sir Henry Darcy of Brimham, knight, to Richard Allen, servant to Sir Henry of a messuage or tenement, part of the grange called Dacre Grange for 21 years paying 33s. 4d annually.

Lease  WYL230/440  10 Jun 1568

Contents:
From Sir Henry Darcy of Misterton, Leics. and Dame Katharine his wife to William Gowthwaite of Heyshaw, yeoman, of a farm called One Foot of Heyshaw for 21 years at £3 annual rent.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/441  25 Aug 1573

Contents:
From Lewis Mordant, knight, Lord Mordant, Sir Henry Darcy of Leighton, Huntingdonshire, knight, and Dame Katherine, his wife, to Sir William Inglebye of Ripley, knight, and William Inglebie, esquire, his son and heir, of messuages or farmholds called Heyshaw, Deer Ing, Bangerhouses, Dykeyaite, 2 fourth parts of Dacre Lodge, Dacre Grange or Dacre Garth, Oxenclose in Dacre Pasture, 3 messuages or farmholds in Hartwith, 2 in Winsley, and one called Winsley House, with a piece of pasture lately enclosed called Fulshawe, a piece of pasture called an Intacke on the south side of Braythwaite, half of Dacre Pasture, a 5th part of Hartwith Pasture, a 5th part of Winsley Pasture, and holly trees on Hartwith Pasture all in the manor of Brimham and township of Laverton.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/442  25 Aug 1573

Contents:
From Sir Lewis, Mordaunt, knight, lord Mordaunt, Sir Henry Darcy of Leighton, Hunts. and dame Katherine his wife to Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, and William Ingilby esq. his son and heir, of messuages and lands in Winsley, Hartwith, Dacre and Newhouse.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/443  25 Aug 1573

Contents:
From Sir Lewis Mordant, knight, lord Mordant, Sir Henry Darcie and Katherine his wife to Richard Baliss of Brimham, gentleman, of 2 messuages or farmholds in Dacre or Dacre Banks in the manor of Brimham and the township of Laverton, with a seventh part of Dacre Pasture, a watercorn mill called Summerbridge Mill and holly trees on Hartwith Pasture.

Exemplification of a fine  WYL230/444  Easter term 1576

Contents:
Between Richard Baylye querent, and Ludovic Mordaunte, knight, David Mordaunte and Elizabeth his wife, Henry Darcye knight and Katherine his wife, deforciants, of 2 messuages, 2 cottages, a water-mill, 4 barns, 4 gardens, 4 orchards, 200 acres land, 150 acres meadow, 200 acres pasture, 60 acres wood, 100 acres furze and heath, 100 acres turbany and 300 acres moor in Hartwith, Dacre and Laverton.
Seal broken

Royal licence  WYL230/445  26 May 1576

Contents:
In return for a payment of £9. 6s. 9d, to Ludovic Mordant, knight, lord Mordante, and Elizabeth his wife, and Henry Darcy and Katherine his wife to alienate land in Hartwith, Winsley, Dacre, Heyshaw, Deer Ing, Dikeyates, Bangerhouses and Laverton to William Ingleby knight and William Ingleby Esq. before justices of the Common Pleas or otherwise.

Exemplification of a fine  WYL230/446  Trinity term 1576

Contents:
Between William Ingilby knight and William Ingilby Esq., querents and Ludovic Mordaunte, knight, lord Mordaunte, Elizabeth his wife, Henry Darcy knight and Katherine his wife, deforciants, of messuages, cottages and lands in Winsley, Hartwith, Dacre, Heyshaw, Bangerhouses, Dike yeates, Newhouse and Laverton.

Exemplification of fine  WYL230/447  Trinity term 1576

Contents:
Similar to WYL230/446

Bargain and sale  WYL230/448  32 Sep 1576

Contents:
From Anthony Baylyff of Pointon, Lincs., gentleman, son and heir apparent to Richard Baylyff late of Brimham, deceased, to William Inglebye of Brantingham, esq., of 2 messuages in Dacre Banks in Nidderdale within township of Laverton with a seventh part of Dacre Pasture, a watercorn mill called Summerbridge Mill, and holly trees and other wood on Hartwith moor, commonly called Oweledge.

Receipt  WYL230/449  30 Aug 1578

Contents:
To Sir William Ingleby for money due to the late sheriff of Yorkshire for a fine between Ludovic Mordaunt lord Mordaunt and Richard Baylie for lands in Hartwith, Dacre and Laverton.

Letters patent  WYL230/450  30 Jan 1583

Contents:
Pardoning the alienation without licence by Sir Lewis Mordaunt, Sir Henry Darcye and Katherine his wife to Sir William Inglebye, knight and William Inglebye, Esq., his son and heir, of messuages called Heyshaw, Deer Ing. Banger Houses, Dikeyates, 2 fourth parts of Dacre Lodge or Dacre Grange or Garth, Oxenclose in Dacre Pasture, 3 farms in Hartwith, 2 in Winsley, one called Winsley House, with a piece of pasture called Fulshawe (Foldshaw), a piece of pasture called Intack, half of Dacre Pasture, 1/5 of Hartwith Pasture, 1/5 of Winsley Pasture, holly trees in Hartwith Pasture.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/451  7 Feb 1592

Contents:
From Sir Henry Darcy of Leighton Brimswold (?), Hunts., to Sir William Ingleby of Ripley, esq., of the manor of Brimham with appurtenances in Brimham, Dacre, Heyshaw, Bewerley, Hartwith, Winsley, North Pasture House, Fell Beck House, Bollershaw Grange, Warsell Grange and Braisty Woods.
Also a later copy.

Abstract of documents relating to the title to Brimham etc.  WYL230/452  Late 18th cent

Contents:
10 Ric. I - 34 Eliz. (1198 - 1592)

Long Leases  [no ref. or date]

Lease  WYL230/453  20 Jun 1603

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight, to Henry Atkinson of Oxen Close in Dacre Pasture of a messuage and lands in Dacre for 1500 years at 21 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/454  6 Oct 1603

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight, to William Oddye son of Miles Oddye of Newhouse in Dacre Pasture, yeoman, of a messuage at Newhouse in Dacre and Dacre Pasture in the township of Laverton and lands (field - names) for 1300 years at 26s. 8d annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/455  21 Oct 1603

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight to John Benson of Banger Houses, tanner, of a messuage and land in Banger Houses and Dacre Pasture for 1300 years at 18s 4d annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/456  21 Oct 1603

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight, to William Hardcastle son of Christopher Hardcastle of Dacre, yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Dacre in the township of Laverton for 1300 years at 33s 4d annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/457  2 Dec 1603

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight, to John Hall of Foldshaw, shoemaker, of a messuage called a foot and a half of Foldshaw in the township of Laverton and lands in Foldshaw for 1300 years at 20 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/458  2 Dec 1603

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight, to Lawrence Imman of Foldshaw, husbandman, of a messuage called a foot or the fourth part of Foldshaw in the township of Laverton for 1300 years at 13s. 4d. annual rent.
Enclosed is a note in an 18th century hand of this and another long lease.

Lease  WYL230/459  2 Dec 1603

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight, to William Richmonde, younger son of William Richmonde the elder of Dacre Banks, turner, of a messuage, barn, workhouse and lands in Dacre and Dacre Banks in the township of Laverton for 1300 years at 16s. 8d. annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/460  2 Dec 1603

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight, to John Yeates of Banger Houses, yeoman, of 2 messuages at Banger Houses in Dacre Pasture, a stable, turfhouse, bakehouse, moiety of a cowhouse and the cowhouse garth, orchard, 3 gardens, 2 backsides and lands (field-names) for 1300 years at 35s. 8d. annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/461  2 Dec 1603

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley to John Yeates of Banger Houses of a messuage and lands at Deer Ing in the township of Laverton for 1300 years at 5s. 4d. annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/462  2 Feb 1604

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight, to Humphrey Gowthwaite of the Ryles, carpenter, of a messuage called Ryles in the Ryles in the township of Laverton and a moiety of closes belonging to it for 1300 years at 3s. 4d. annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/463  2 Feb 1604

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight, to Ingram Holme of the Ryles, tailor of a messuage called Ryles in Ryles in the township of Laverton and a moiety of all closes in Ryles belonging to it for 1300 years at 3s. 4d. annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/464  3 Feb 1604

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight, to Miles Dowgill of Brackanbaras, tanner, of a messuage called Monk Ings. in Dacre with lands for 1300 years at 20 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/465  3 Feb 1604

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight, to Janet Gowthwait daughter of John Gowthwait deceased late of Heyshaw, of a messuage in Heyshaw with lands called Grymstwith Carr, Corn Close and Grymstwith Hill, for 1300 years at 5 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/466  3 Feb 1604

Damaged by mice.

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley to Robert Gowthwaite of Heyshaw, husbandman, and Frances his wife, daughter of John Jackson, deceased, of a moiety of an ancient dwelling-house in Heyshaw called half a foot or half of---, a cowhouse, garden and 2 closes called Crooke and Stubble for 1300 years at 5 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/467  3 Feb 1604

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight, to Thomas Oddie of Heyshaw, the elder, yeoman, of 2 messuages and lands (field-names) in Heyshaw and Dacre Pasture in the township of Laverton for 1300 years at 40 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/468  20 Apr 1604

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight, to John Hudson of Dacre, husbandman, of a close called Monk Ing Foot in Dacre Pasture which was part of William Atkinson's tenement and one beastgate for 1300 years at 7 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/469  20 Apr 1604

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight, to Richard Wright of Padside, glover, of a messuage and tenement called a foot or the fourth part of Deer Ing in the township of Laverton with a garden, barn and lands in Deer Ing for 1300 years at 6s 8d annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/470  20 Apr 1604

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight, to Henry Yonge of Deer Ing, husbandman, of a messuage called a foot or the fourth part of Deer Ing and closes called Bent Close, Great Close, Round Close and Low Wood Close at Deer Ing in the township of Laverton for 1300 years at 8s 8d annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/471  11 Jan 1605

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbee of Ripley, knight, to Robert Wait of Padside, turner, of a messuage and tenement called a foot or the fourth part of Deer Ing in the township of Laverton with a garden, barn and lands in Deer Ing for 1300 years at 6s 8d annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/472  24 Jan 1605

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, to Francis Gowthwaite of Heyshaw, yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Heyshaw in the township of Laverton for 1300 years at 15 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/473  25 Jan 1605

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, to John Gill the younger, son of John Gill of Heyshaw the elder, bachelor, of a messuage and lands in Heyshaw for 1300 years at 15 shillings annual rent.

Copy lease  WYL230/474  10 May 1605

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight to Thomas Oddy of Dikeyeates, webster, of a messuage in Dikeyeates and Dacre Pasture and 7 beastgates for 1300 years at 9s 2d annual rent and 2 fat hens at Christmas.

Long Tithe Leases  [no ref. or date]

Lease  WYL230/475  6 Sep 1612

Contents:
From William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilby of Ripley to Robert Dowgill of Dodhill in Dacre Pasture, tanner, of tithes in a messuage in Dacre Pasture and Monk Ings, orchard, garden, closes called Wellfield, Housefield, Fawcettfield, Lathefield, Upperwood, Nowke, Netherwood, Buskes, Sibbilclose, Benttclose, Bensonsclose and 5 beastgates for 1000 years at 20 shillings annual rent, mentioning letters patent of 6 James I and a bargain and sale of 8 James I concerning the prebend of Studley.

Lease  WYL230/476  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilbie of Ripley, gent. to Richard Abbatt of Foldshaw, spurrier, of tithes in a messuage and land in Foldshaw for 1000 years at 2 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/477  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilbie of Ripley, gent., to Miles Atkinsone of Dacre and Dacre Pasture, yeoman, of tithes in a messuage and lands (field - names) in Dacre and Dacre Pasture for 1000 years at 19s. 2d annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/478  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilbie of Ripley, gent., to William Atkinson of Dacre and Dacre Pasture, yeoman, of tithes in a messuage and lands called Synderhill, Far Field, Laithe Field, New Field, Boon Field, Law Wood Bent and Far Boon Close with 7½ beastgates in Dacre and Dacre Pasture, for 1000 years at 12s. 8d annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/479  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingelbie of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingelbie of Ripley, gent., to Edward Boonebe, labourer, and Frances and Alice Oddye of Woodman Wray spinsters, of tithes from a messuage at Dike Yeates in Dacre Pasture and an orchard, gardens, closes called Hye Close, Lowe Close, Parocke and Crofte and 7 beastgates in Dike Yeates and Dacre Pasture for 1000 years at 5s 6d. annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/480  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilby of Ripley, gent., to George Braythwaite of Deer Ing, tailor, of tithes in a messuage and lands (field - names) in Deer Ing for 1000 years at 4 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/481  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilbie of Ripley, gent., to William Day of Menwith Hill, yeoman, and Francis Day his son, of tithes in a messuage at Deer Ing and 2 closes called Woodclose and Leay Close with woods, in Dacre Pasture, for 1000 years at 10 pence annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/482  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilbie of Ripley, gent., to Stephen Deane of Summerbridge in Nidderdale, yeoman, and John Deane his son and heir, of tithes in a messuage and lands called Dockane Garth, Helme Close, Hill Heads, Hill, Bents, Lythe Close, New Close, Calf Close Carre, and Carre in Heyshaw for 1000 years at 6 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/483  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilbie of Ripley, gent., to Robert Dowgill of Dodhill in Dacre Pasture, tanner, of tithes in a messuage in Dacre Pasture and Monk Ings, and lands called Well Field, House Field, Fawecett Field, Laithe Field, Upperwood, Nowke, Netherwood, Buskes, Sybbill Close, Bente Close and Benson Close with 5 beastgates in Dacre and Dacre Pasture for 1000 years at 12 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/484  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilbye of Ripley, gent. to John Gill of Braisty Woods, yeoman, of tithes in 2 messuages and lands called Hye Myrke Close, Low Myrke Close, Launde Foot, Hill Heade, Hill, High Newclose, Low Newclose, Calfe Close, Carr and Bents in Heyshaw for 1000 years at 9 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/485  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilby of Ripley, gent., to Humphrey Gowthwaite of High Rails, carpenter, of tithes in a messuage, closes called Midwarde Close, Low Close and Strippe, and a parcel of ground, in High Rails, for 1000 years at 12 pence annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/486  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilby of Ripley, gent., to John Halle of Foldshaw, cordyner, of tithes in a messuage and lands called Longe Close, Lathe Field, Newhouse Field and Calfe Close at Foldshaw for 1000 years at 8 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/487  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight and Thomas Ingilby of Ripley, gent. to Thomas Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, the younger, bachelor, of tithes in a messuage and lands (field - names) in Dacre Banks, Dacre, and Dacre Pasture for 1000 years at 5 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/488  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilbie of Ripley, gent., to Marmaduke Hardcastill of Dacre in Dacre Pasture, the younger, of tithes belonging to the prebend of Studley in property in Dacre and Dacre Pasture (field - names) occupied by Hardcastill for 1000 years at 8s annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/489  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilbie of Ripley, gent., to William Hardcastill of Dacre, yeoman, of tithes in a messuage and lands (field - names) in Dacre and Dacre Pasture for 1000 years at 20 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/490  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilby of Ripley, gent., to John Hudson of Dacre Pasture, bachelor, of tithes in a messuage at Norwoods and Monk Ings and lands called Brigg Wood, Stripehead and Monk Ing Foot with 3 beastgates in Dacre, Dacre pasture, Norwood and Monk Ings, for 1000 years at 8s. 2d annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/491  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilbie of Ripley, gent., to Anthony Inman of Foldshaw, yeoman, of tithes in a messuage, a close on which it stands, a close at Deer Ing Flat and Closes called Hye Close, Myddell Close and Lowe Close in Foldshaw, for 1000 years at 8 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/492  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilby of Ripley, gent., to Richard Midgeley of High Rails, clothier, of tithes in the west end of Humphrey Gowthwaite's fire house, a farmhold, a close called Hie Close, the high end of a close called Stripp and the east end of a barn in High Rails for 1000 years at 12 pence annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/493  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilby of Ripley, gent., to Thomas Oddye of Heysham the younger, of tithes in a messuage and lands (field-names) in Heyshaw and Dacre Pasture for 1000 years at 20 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/494  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilby of Ripley, gent., to Thomas Oddye of Newhouse in Dacre Pasture, yeoman, of tithes in a messuage at Newhouse and lands called East Stubbinge, Stubbing Stake, half of Hill Stubbing Wood and Intacke, Les Closes, High Field and Narr Bents with 20 beastgates in Dacre and Dacre Pasture for 1000 years at 16 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/495  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilbie of Ripley, gent., to William Oddye of Newhouse in Dacre Pasture, yeoman, of tithes in a messuage at Newhouse and lands (field-names) in Dacre and Dacre Pasture for 1000 years at 16 shillings annual rent.

Extract from lease  WYL230/496  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilby, gentleman, to William Oddy of Newhouse in Dacre Pasture, of tithes of corn, hay, wool and lamb on closes (named) in Dacre Pasture for 1000 years at an annual rent of 16 shillings.
(Contemporary extract).

Lease  WYL230/497  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilby of Ripley, gent., to William Richmonde of Dacre Banks, yeoman, of tithes on a messuage and lands (field-names) in Dacre Banks, Dacre and Dacre Pasture for 1000 years at 15 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/498  19 Sep 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilby of Ripley, gent., to John Yeats of Banger Houses, the younger, yeoman, of tithes in 2 messuages and lands (field-names) in Banger Houses, Dacre and Dacre Pasture for 1000 years at 22 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/499  14 Oct 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilbie of Ripley, gent., to Roger Gill of Heyshaw, labourer, of tithes in a messuage and lands (field-names) in Heyshaw for 1000 years at 4 shillings annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/500  14 Oct 1612

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilbie, gent., to John Yeats of Banger Houses, yeoman, of tithes in 2 messuages and lands (field-names) at Deer Ing in the township of Laverton for 1000 years at 8s. 4d. annual rent.

Lease  WYL230/501  14 Oct 1615

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilbie, gent., to Francis Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, of tithes in 2 messuages and closes (field-names) in Dacre, Dacre Banks and Dacre Pasture for 1000 years at 20 shillings annual rent.

Conveyances by Sir William Ingilby, 1615  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL230/502  14 Aug 1615

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, to John Benson the elder of Banger Houses of a messuage at Banger Houses and lands in Newhouse, Dacre, Dacre Pasture, Deer Ing, Dacre Banks, Banger Houses, Foldshaw, High Rails and Laverton, paying 18s. 4d. annually, with covenant to levy a fine among other lands included in a fine to William Oddye, John Skaiffe and Marmaduke Beckwith.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/503  14 Aug 1615

Damaged by mice.

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, to Stephen Deane of Summerbridge, yeoman, of a messuage at Heyshaw and lands in Heyshaw, Dacre, Dacre Pasture, Deer Ing, Dacre Banks, Banger Houses, Foldshaw, High Rails and Laverton, paying 10 shillings annually, with covenant to levy a fine among other lands included in a fine to William Oddye, John Skaiffe and Marmaduke Beckwith.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/504  14 Aug 1615

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, to Christopher Gill of Heyshaw, yeoman, of a messuage in Heyshaw at Dacre Pasture and lands in Heyshaw, Dacre, Dacre Pasture, Dacre Banks, Deer Ing, Banger Houses, Foldshaw, High Rails and Laverton, paying 15 shillings annually, with covenant to levy a fine among other lands included in a fine to William Oddye, John Skaiffe and Marmaduke Beckwith.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/505  14 Aug 1615

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, to Marmaduke Hardcastle the younger of Dacre, yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Dacre, Dacre Pasture, Deer Ing, Dacre Banks, Banger Houses, Foldshaw and Laverton, paying 13s. 4d. annually, with covenant to levy a fine among other lands included in a fine to William Oddye, John Skayffe and Marmaduke Beckwith. Endorsed: 'Belongs to John Scafe of Dacre.'

Bargain and sale  WYL230/506  14 Aug 1615

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, to Thomas Oddye of Newhouse of a messuage, lands and 20 beastgates in Newhouse, Dacre, Dacre Pasture, Deer Ing, Dacre Banks, Banger Houses, Foldshaw, High Rails and Laverton, Paying 26s. 8d. annually, with covenant to levy a fine among lands included in a fine to William Oddye, John Skaiffe and Marmaduke Deckwith.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/507  14 Aug 1615

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, to William Oddye of Newhouse in Dacre Pasture, yeoman, and Peter Oddye, his son and heir, of a messuage and tenement at Newhouse in Dacre and Dacre Pasture in the township of Laverton, paying annually 26s. 8d. and one fat hen at Christmas, with covenant to levy a fine among lands included in a fine to William Oddie, John Scaiffe and Marmaduke Beckwith.
(Second skin missing)

Bargain and sale  WYL230/508  14 Aug 1615

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, to William Richmond of Dacre Banks, yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Dacre, Dacre Banks, Dacre Pasture and Laverton paying 25 shillings annually, with covenant to levy a fine among lands included in a fine to William Oddye, John Skaiffe and Marmaduke Beckwith.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/509  14 Aug 1615

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, to Thomas Skaiffe of Braisty Wood, yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Braisty Wood in the township of Laverton, paying annually 10s. 10d. and 13 pence to the king for tenths. Also a copy.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/510  14 Aug 1615

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, to William Skaiffe of Lowlathe, yeoman, of a messuage called Lowlathe and lands etc. in Braisty Wood in the township of Laverton, paying 15 shillings annually and 18 pence to the king for tenths. Also counterpart, chewed by mice.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/511  14 Aug 1615

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, to Robert Wood of Newhall Grange, yeoman, of a messuage at Dacre, Dacre Banks and Monk Ing, lands in Dacre, Dacre Pasture, Monk Ing, Deer Ing, Dacre Banks, Banger Houses, Foldshaw, High Rails and Laverton and 23 beastgates, paying 37s. 6d. annually, with covenant to levy a fine among lands included in a fine to William Oddye, John Skaiffe and Marmaduke Beckwith.

Covenant  WYL230/512  1 Nov 1615

Contents:
By William Oddie of Newhouse, John Skaiffe of Braisty Wood and Marmaduke Beckwith of Dacre Pasture with Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, that the feoffment of the same date from Ingilby to Oddie, Skaiffe and Beckwith of land in Newhouse, Dacre, Dacre Pasture, Oxenclose, Dacre Banks, Banger Houses, Meyshaw, Deer Ing, Foldshaw, High Rails, Braisty Wood, Laverton and Brimham will not be interpreted so as to involve loss of rents or services by Ingilby.

Mill Closes etc.  [no ref. or date]

Lease  WYL230/513  17 Dec 1661

Contents:
From Matthew Wood of Dacre Banks, Gent., to William Hardcastle the elder of Dacre Banks, yeoman, of 5 beastgates in Dacre Pasture for 1300 years at a peppercorn rent.

Feoffment  WYL230/514  20 Mar 1670

Contents:
From Richard Longbothom of Hartwith, yeoman, to William Hardcastle the eldest of Dacre Banks, yeoman of 3 closes called Milne Close, Milne Holme and Lane Nooke and Summerbridge Lane, paying an annual rent of 3s 4d to Sir William Ingilby.

Agreement  WYL230/515  16 Jun 1682

Contents:
Between William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks Gate, yeoman, and Thomas Atkinson of Dacre Banks, cordwainer, concerning the way to and from Hardcastle's orchard, the fence between their property, and the possession of several parcels of ground.

Quitclaim  WYL230/516  2 Mar 1694

Contents:
From Elizabeth Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, widow, late wife of William Hardcastle late of Dacre Banks, Whitesmith, to William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, bachelor of all the goods and chattels of her late husband and of her jointure, in consideration of a sum of money and of the rent to be paid her for life unless she marries again.

Mortgage by lease  WYL230/517  12 Nov 1694

Contents:
From William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, to John Dowgill of Hartwith within the parish of Kirkby Malzeard, yeoman, of 3 closes called Milne Close, Milne Holme and Laine Nooke, with Summerbridge Lane or Milne Lane in Dacre Banks and 6 beastgates in Dacre Pasture for 2000 years at a penny rent to secure £100.

Mortgage by lease  WYL230/518  24 Nov 1697

Contents:
From William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, to Mary Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, widow, his mother, of 3 closes called Mill Closes in Dacre Banks and 5 beastgates on Dacre Pasture for 2000 years to secure £40.
Also assignment by Mary Hardcastle to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of the above term.
7 Feb. 1697/8

Assignment  WYL230/519  3 Feb 1698

Contents:
From William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, and Mary Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, widow, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart. of 5 beastgates in Dacre Pasture, for the remainder of a term of 1300 years.

Assignment  WYL230/520  7 Feb 1698

Contents:
From George Dowgill of Hartwith, yeoman, son and executor of John Dowgill, yeoman, deceased, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of 3 closes called Milne Close, Milne Holme and Laine Nooke, a lane called Summerbridge Mill or Milne Lane, and 6 beastgates in Dacre and Dacre Banks for the remainder of a term of 2000 years at one penny annual rent.

Farm at Dacre Banks  [no ref. or date]

Lease  WYL230/521  6 Oct 1603

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight to Thomas Hardcastle of Dacre Banks of a farm in Dacre or Dacre Banks in the township of Laverton, for 1300 years rendering annually 33s 4d, 2 fat hens at Christmas and 3s 4d due for tenths to the King.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/522  14 Aug 1615

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight to Francis Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, of a farm in Dacre Banks, Dacre, and Dacre Pasture in the township of Laverton, at a reserved rent of 33s 4d, and 3s 4d rent to crown, with covenant to levy fine of above and other lands and tenements in Newhouse, Dacre, Dacre Pasture, Dacre Banks, Barnger Houses, Hayshaw, Dearing, Fowlshaw, High Rails, Braisty Wood, Laverton and Brimham to the use of other tenants to whom Sir William is making conveyances, and counterpart.

Feoffment  WYL230/523  10 Jul 1620

Contents:
From Francis Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, blacksmith, to Martin Longbothom and Bathsheba his wife of Ovenden, clothier for their lives and then to their son Michael, of 3 houses and closes in Dacre, Dacre Banks and Dacre Pasture in the township of Laverton paying annually 16s 8d to Hardcastle or William Ingilby.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/524  7 May 1650

Contents:
From Thomas Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, to William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, and William Atkinson of Hartwith, yeoman, of a messuage and tenement in Dacre Banks, Dacre, and Dacre Pasture in the township of Laverton, with 3 beastgates, lately purchased by Francis Hardcastle from Sir William Ingilby.

Counterpart to WYL230/524  WYL230/525  7 May 1650

Contents:
With Thomas Hardcastle's bond for performance.

Defeasance  WYL230/526  8 May 1650

Contents:
By which William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, and William Atkinson of Hartwith, yeoman, covenant with Thomas Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, that the bargain and sale of a messuage and tenement in Dacre Banks, Dacre and Dacre Pasture in the township of Laverton shall be to the use of Thomas Hardcastle on the repayment of £200, with Hardcastle's and Atkinson's bond; and also a copy with Thomas Hardcastle's bond.

Lease  WYL230/527  9 May 1650

Contents:
From William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, and William Atkinson of Hartwith, yeoman, to Thomas Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, of a messuage at Dacre Banks for 3 years at an annual rent of £16 and rendering 16 shillings annually to Sir William Ingleby.

Assignment of lease  WYL230/528  11 Dec 1650's

Partly destroyed by mice

Contents:
From John Gill of Starrcarrhouse, Dacre Pasture, husbandman, to William Hardcastle and William Atkinson of Dacre Banks, yeomen, of a cattlegate in Dacre Pasture, leased 19 James I by Marmaduke Buckle to Marmaduke Beckwith with houses and closes called Starrcarres, for the remainder of a term of 1300 years at a peppercorn rent.

Quitclaim  WYL230/529  31 Dec 1652

Contents:
From Thomas Hardcastle of Great Ouseburn, yeoman, to William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks and William Atkinson of Hartwith, yeomen, of a messuage and tenement in Dacre, Banks, Dacre and Dacre Pasture in the township of Laverton, mentioning an indenture of defeasance of 8 May 1650.

Assignment of lease  WYL230/530  11 May 1655

Contents:
From William Gill of Woodmanwray near Dikeyeats, husbandman, to William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, of a beastgate on Dacre Pasture, leased by William Ingilby to Thomas Oddie 3 James I with other lands and tenements, for remainder of a term of 1300 years at a peppercorn rent.

Quitclaim  WYL230/531  18 Apr 1681

Contents:
From Richard Longbotham of Hartwith, yeoman, and Richard Wood of Dacre Banks, yeoman, to William Hardcastle the eldest of Dacre Banks, yeoman, of a beastgate in Dacre Pasture, one of 3 leased to all 3 jointly Jan 1676 by Anne Hardcastle for 1000 years at a peppercorn rent.

Mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/532  1 & 2 May 1694

Contents:
From William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, son and heir of William Hardcastle late of Dacre Banks, husbandman, to Hugh Yeats of Dacre, fellmonger, of a messuage, lands called Smelt Marash, Back Close, Dam Close, Ealand, Wood Close, and others and 4½ beastgates in Dacre Banks to secure £120.

Bond  WYL230/533  2 May 1694

Contents:
Of William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, to Hugh Yeats of Dacre, fellmonger, in £240 to observe the covenants of a release of the same date.

Draft receipts  WYL230/534  1697

2 items

Contents:
To William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks for legacies under his father's will.

Receipts  WYL230/535  24 Nov 1697-7 Feb 1698

Contents:
From Thomas Bilton, Christopher Theakstone, Edward Downes and Thomas Collier to William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks for legacies under his father's will.

Feoffment  WYL230/536  24 Nov 1697

Contents:
From William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, and Mary Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, widow, his mother, to Hugh Yeats of Dacre, fellmonger, of a messuage, lands called Smelt Marash Back Close, Dam Close, Ealan, Wood Close and others and 4½ beastgates in Dacre Banks and Dacre Pasture.

Agreement  WYL230/537  24 Nov 1697

Contents:
Between Hugh Yeates of Clockensyke, fellmonger and William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, that if before 1 May next Hardcastle can find a purchaser for a messuage and lands in Dacre Banks willing to pay a higher price than Yeates has already paid, then Yeates will either pay more, or will deliver up his deed of purchase, and that otherwise Yeates is to have possession.

Bond  WYL230/538  24 Nov 1697

Contents:
Of William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, and Mary Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, widow, his mother, to Hugh Yeats of Clockensike next Dacre, fellmonger, in £440 to observe the covenants of a feoffment of the same date.

Lease and release  WYL230/539  2 & 3 Feb 1698

Contents:
From William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a messuage in Dacre Banks and lands (a few field-names) in Dacre and Dacre Banks.
Also articles of agreement, 24 Jan 1697/8 bond of William Hardcastle in performance, 3 Feb 1697/8 and receipt for purchase money, 2 May 1698.

Lease and release  WYL230/540  7 & 8 Feb 1698

Contents:
From Hugh Yeates of Clocking Sike near Dacre, fellmonger, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart. of a messuage at Dacre Banks and lands called Smelt Marash, Back Close, Dam Close, Ealand, Wood Close and others and 4½ beastgates on Dacre Pasture.

Hunters Fields  [no ref. or date]

Quitclaim  WYL230/541  30 May 1662

Contents:
From Matthew Wood of Dacre Banks, gent., and Jane his wife, to Francis Wood of Dacre Banks, gent., his brother of lands called Intacke, Nearer and Farr Huntas Fields and 8 cattlegates, and land purchased by Matthew Wood the father from Miles and William Atkinson with 6 cattlegates, in Dacre and Dacre Pasture.

Feoffment  WYL230/542  27 Jan 1663

Contents:
From Matthew Wood of Dacre Banks, gent., eldest son and heir of Matthew Wood late of Dacre Banks, gent; deceased, and Francis Wood, second son of Matthew deceased, to William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeo. of 3 Closes called West and North Huntas or Hunters Fields in Dacre and Dacre Pasture with 8 beastgates paying a reserved rent to Sir William Ingilby.

Feoffment  WYL230/543  14 Sep 1692

Contents:
From William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, Whitesmith to William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, junior, bachelor, his son, of 2 messuages at Dacre Banks, 3 closes called West and North Huntas or Hunters Fields and all his other lands in Dacre Banks, Dacre and Dacre Pasture.

Mortgage by lease  WYL230/544  8 May 1710

Contents:
From William Hardcastle of Dacre Pasture, yeoman, to John Dun of Ainderby, yeoman, of Closes called North Hunter Fields in Dacre Pasture for 2000 years at a peppercorn rent to secure £22.
(Endorsed are amendments for subsequent mortgages and a draft letter asking for help in money difficulties).

Lease and release  WYL230/545  4 & 5 Sep 1710

Contents:
From William Hardcastle of Dacre, yeoman, and Margaret his wife, and Francis Barrowby of Boroughbridge, gent., and Richard Longbothom of Hartwith, yeoman, to William Knightson of Hartwith, yeoman, of 8 cattlegates in Dacre.

Settlement by release  WYL230/546  2 Dec 1710

Contents:
From William Hardcastle of Dacre, yeoman and Margaret his wife to Francis Barroby of Boroughbridge, gent., and Richard Longbottom of Hartwith, yeoman, of a farm called Hunters or Hunters Fields in Dacre, to hold one close of meadow called Sower Close or Rough Close to the use of William, and the rest in trust so that William receives the profits for life and then Margaret then in trust to convey it to their children. Also copy.

Certificate of baptism of John son of William Hardcastle of Banks in the parish of Pateley Bridge.  WYL230/547  6 Oct 1711

Copy of opinion of L. Johnson  WYL230/548  1718

Contents:
On a condition of a deed of 2 Sept. 1710 between William Hardcastle and Margaret his wife on one part, and Mr. Barrowby and Richard Longbothom on the other.

Lease and release  WYL230/549  1 & 2 Feb 1719

Contents:
From William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeoman, and Margaret his wife, to Edmund Laycon of Otley, gent., of a messuage and lands in Dacre Banks called West and North Huntas or Hunters Fields, to secure payment of a judgment assigned to Laycon by William Curtis and additional money borrowed by Hardcastle, with covenant by Joshua Brooke of Otley, gent., and Thomas Brooke of Ettercliffe in the parish of Birstall, yeo., that a fine of last Hillary Term will be to the use of Laycon. Also counterpart release.

Assignment  WYL230/550  2 Feb 1719

Contents:
From William Curtis of Otley to Edmund Laycon of Otley of a judgment for debt against William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks who is also a party to the agreement.

Mortgage by release  WYL230/551  21 Dec 1726

Contents:
From William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks to Lawrence Swaineson (in trust for Martha Laycon) of a farm called North and West Hunta's or Hunters Field in Dacre Banks.

Articles of purchase  WYL230/552  17 Jan 1732

Contents:
Between William Hardcastle of Dacre, yeoman, and Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., for Hardcastle's estate.
Also receipt for part of purchase money.
22 Nov. 1732.

Letter from Martha Laycon  WYL230/553  12 Feb 1732

Contents:
To William Hardcastle, Dacre Pasture, concerning money due on a mortgage and mentioning sale of Hardcastle's estate to Sir John Ingilby.

Letter from Martha Laycon to Sir John Ingilby, Ripley  WYL230/554  14 Feb 1732

Contents:
Concerning the deeds of Wm. Hardcastle's estate and asking for £100 which she will either set off as purchase money for a mortgage or repay on a bond.

Agreement  WYL230/555  25 Mar 1732

Contents:
Between William Hardcastle of Dacre, yeoman, and Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., that Sir John may enter into possession of Hardcastle's estate in Dacre Pasture which he has agreed to purchase and that a conveyance will be made when John Hardcastle, William's eldest son, is of age.

Lease and release  WYL230/556  1 & 2 Nov 1732

Contents:
From William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeo, Margaret his wife, and John their eldest son, Martha Laycon, widow and executrix of Edmund Laycon late of Otley, Lawrence Swaineson of Otley, mercer, and Edmund Laycon of Gray's Inn gent., eldest son of Edmund Laycon deceased, to John Ingilby of Ripley, esq., son and heir of Sir John Ingilby, of closes called West and North Huntas or Hunters Fields in Dacre and Dacre Pasture, mortgaged by Hardcastle.

Assignment  WYL230/557  3 Nov 1732

Contents:
By Martha Laycon, widow and executrix of Edmund Laycon late of Otley gent., to Thomas Dennison of Leeds, gent., as trustee for John Ingilby of Ripley, esq., of a judgment against William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, yeo, obtained by William Curtis.

Receipt  WYL230/558  12 Jun 1733

Contents:
For cost of registering 2 memorials of deeds concerning Hardcastle and Ingilby.

Riggs, Bewerley  [no ref. or date]

Copy of lease  WYL230/559  (18th cent copy)

Contents:
From William Grange of Bishop Monkton, yeoman, to Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, and William Ingilby, esq., his nephew of a third part of a close called Toft Close or Toft Yeat Close or Toft Grene or Toft Grene Rigges, parcel of Bewerley Rigges and a third part of a house in the same within the manor of Bewerley with power to dig for limestones for 1000 years at 3 shillings annual rent to be paid to John Armitage of Kirklees.
1 June 1616

Copy of lease  WYL230/560  (Copied 1768)

Contents:
From Francis Darnbrooke of Bewerley, yeoman, to Roger Darnbrooke of Beckwithshaw, yeoman, of a close called the Rigges with common of pasture in the manor of Bewerley for 1000 years at 10 shillings annual rent and 15 pence for tenths.
22 Oct. 1618

Lease  WYL230/561  14 Jan 1734

Damaged.

Contents:
From Francis Gowthwaite of Pateley Bridge, miller to Robert Grainge of Calf Haugh (? 'Calfaw'), cryer, of a messuage on Bewerley Pasture known as Rigs for 21 years at £5. 15s annual rent.

Closes called Far Wood etc.  [no ref. or date]

Assignment  WYL230/562  2 Feb 1621

Contents:
From Francis Hardcastell of Dacre Banks, blacksmith to Michael Langbothome of Ovenden in the parish of Halifax, clothier, of a lease of tithes of corn, grain, hay, wool and lamb on a messuage at Dacre Banks in Dacre and Dacre Pasture, lands called Smithie Inge, Intack, Holme beneath the House, Three Nooked Close, Milne Close, Holme, Laine Nooke and Farre Wood with 2 little closes and 10 beastgates, for the remainder of a term created in a lease from Sir William and Thomas Ingilbie, at 10 shillings annual rent.

Feoffment  WYL230/563  17 Aug 1632

Contents:
From Michael Longbothom of Brockholes within Ovenden, yeoman, and Grace his wife to George Barwicke of Wilsell, yeoman, and Francis Hardcastle of a house and garden in Dacre Banks occupied by Thomas Hardcastle a close called Farr Wood, 2 little closes abutting on ground of Nicholas Longestafe in the north, the ground of William Ingleby on the west, the grounds of Thomas Hardcastle on the south and the grounds of Francis Hardcastle on the east, pasture on Dacre Pasture and a building called the smithy, to hold to the use of Thomas Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, blacksmith, and Isabel his wife, for their lives, then to the use of their eldest son George and his heirs.

Quitclaim  WYL230/564  11 Nov 1684

Contents:
From William Barwicke of Wilsell, yeoman, to Thomas Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, junior, yeoman, of the messuage in Dacre Banks in which Hardcastle is living, with a garden, a close called Farr Wood, 6 little closes, a barn, pasture on Dacre Pasture, and a barn called the smithy.

Release  WYL230/565  1 Apr 1685

Contents:
From Thomas Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, junior, yeoman, to John Carpenter of Lincoln's Inn, gent., of a messuage in Dacre Banks, a garden, a close called the Far Wood, 6 little closes, a barn, a messuage called the smithy and common for 4 beasts on Dacre Pasture, until a recovery is brought against Carpenter by Thomas Wilkinson of Farfield, yeoman.

Exemplification of a recovery by double voucher  WYL230/566  Easter Term 1685

Contents:
By Thomas Wilkinson against John Carpenter, of a messuage, a garden, 6 acres land, 2 acres meadow, 5 acres pasture, 3 acres wood, 3 acres moor, common pasture for 4 beasts in Laverton, vouching Thomas Hardcastle, junior, to warranty.

Mortgage by lease  WYL230/567  1 May 1686

Contents:
From Thomas Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, junior, yeoman, to Hugh Yeats of Dacre, fellmonger, of a close called the Far Wood, with 6 little closes within the same, abutting on the lands of John Atkinson, Esq., on the north, the lands of Sir John Ingilby, Bart., on the west, the lands of William Hardcastle, whitesmith, on the south, with common etc. and right to dig limestone in Dacre Pasture, for 2,000 years, at one penny annual rent.

Quitclaim  WYL230/568  15 May 1697

Contents:
From Ellen Hardcastle of Bramelane in the parish of Fewston, widow of Thomas Hardcastle, late of Dacre Banks, blacksmith, deceased, to Hugh Yeats of Clockensyke near Dacre, fellmonger, of a messuage in Dacre Banks, and all lands, etc., appertaining, lately belonging to Thomas Hardcastle.

Quitclaim  WYL230/569  24 May 1697

Contents:
From George Hardcastle of the city of York, linen weaver, brother of Thomas Hardcastle, late of Dacre Banks, deceased, to Hugh Yeats of Clockensyke near Dacre, of a dwelling house in Dacre Banks, a barn called Skirrow Layth, a close called Far Wood and 6 little closes, reciting deeds of 1686, 1690 and 1693.

Attested copy of agreement  WYL230/570  (1737 copy)

Contents:
Between Jonathan Kirkby of Hungate, dyer, and Mary his wife, one of the daughters and co-heirs of Hugh Yeates late of Clockensyke, fellmonger, deceased, and Thomas Waite of Felliscliffe within the parish of Hampsthwaite, gentleman, and Jane his wife, the other daughter and co-heir of Hugh Yeates, to partition the property of Yeates, who has died intestate, in Dacre Banks, Dacre Pasture, and Foulshaw and Oxen Closes in the township of Laverton.
7 May 1719.

Probate copy of the will of Mathew Rigg of Newton in Cleveland, North Riding, made 7 Feb. 1725/6.  WYL230/571  13 Nov 1728

Award by arbitrators in dispute  WYL230/572  May 1732

Contents:
Between John Thomson of Upleatham and Thomas Bean of Great Ayton, concerning goods bought by Thomson from the widow of Matthew Rigg now Bean's wife.
Enclosed are receipt of payment for goods and note of Margaret Rigg's marriage.

Copy of the will of Thomas Waite the elder of Longlane in the parish of Hampsthwaite, gentleman.  WYL230/573  20 May 1736

Purchase agreement  WYL230/574  14 Jun 1737

Contents:
Between Miles Waite of Longlane, yeoman, and Robert Wetherill of Ripley, yeoman, concerning land in Dacre Banks.

Assignment  WYL230/575  11 Oct 1737

Contents:
From Miles Waite of Longlane in the parish of Hampsthwaite, yeoman, executor of the will of Thomas Waite the elder, gentleman, his father, to John Preston of Stokesley in Cleveland of a lease of closes in Dacre Banks called Farr Wood, Long Holme, Layth Close, and the Springs, for the remainder of a term of 2000 years, in trust for Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart.

Lease and release  WYL230/576  12-13 Oct 1737

Contents:
From Miles Waite of Longlane in the parish of Hampsthwaite, gentleman, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of closes in Dacre Banks called Farr Wood, Long Holme Layth Close and the Springs.

Bond  WYL230/577  13 Oct 1737

Contents:
Of Miles Waite in £600 to perform conditions of indenture (WYL230/576)

Moor House, Bewerley  [no ref. or date]

Assignment of lease  WYL230/578  11 Jan 1551

Contents:
From Katherine Swaill of Nidd, widow, Peter Gayll of Deighton, gentleman and Anne his wife and William Grymston of Nidd to Marmaduke Clerionett of West Tanfield, gentleman, for remainder of a term of 40 years of a farmhold in Nidderdale called Moor House, leased 28 Henry VIII to Robert Swaill, deceased, by Marmaduke, abbot of late dissolved monastery of Fountains.

Copy of a feoffment  WYL230/579  18th cent copy

Contents:
From John Armitage of Kirklees, esq., to Peter Wilson of the Moorehouse of the manor of Bewerley, husbandman, of a messuage and lands at Moorhouse within the manor of Bewerley.
24 Sept. 1614

Abstract of the title  WYL230/580  1739

Contents:
Of Fletcher Norton esq., to Moor Houses in Bewerley lordship.
1613 - 1739.

Estate at Banger Houses  [no ref. or date]

Copy of a lease of 14 Oct. 10 James  WYL230/581  Copied Mid - 18th cent

Contents:
Of tithes at Bangerhouses to John Benson and of a bargain and sale of 14 Aug. 13 James I of property there to Benson.
1612-15

Probate copy of the will of John Benson of Foldshaw in the parish of Ripon, yeoman, made 25 April, 1765  WYL230/582  15 Aug 1765

Contents:
Leaving an estate at Banger Houses and an estate called New Closes in Dacre Pasture to his sisters Mary Grange and Rebecca Holmes.

Bale Bank, Bewerley  [no ref. or date]

Copy of will of John Lupton of Low Bishopside  WYL230/583  1721

Contents:
Bequeathing his estate called Bail Banks in Bewerley Pasture to Leonard Grange.
Made 30 Jan 1721, proved 16 Feb 1721

Agreement  WYL230/584  2 Dec 1771

Contents:
By Leonard Grainge of Dallowgill, yeoman, to convey to John Stot butcher in Nidderdale, the messuages and farms called Bail Bank in Nidderdale.

Cottage purchased from John Guisley  [no ref. or date]

Lease  WYL230/585  20 Jan 1690

Contents:
From Paul Skaife of Dacre Banks, tanner to Abraham Midgeley of Dacre Banks, millstone maker, of a cottage at Dacre Banks, a little building and a garth for 3,000 years at a peppercorn rent.

Assignment of a lease  WYL230/586  2 May 1699

Contents:
From Abraham Midgley of Dacre Banks, Millstone maker, to Richard Longbotham of Hartwith, yeoman, of a cottage at Dacre Banks a stable or peat-house and a garth, for the remainder of a term of 3000 years at a peppercorn rent.

Quitclaim  WYL230/587  12 Jun 1725

Contents:
From William Grange of Hartwith and Elizabeth his wife to Mary Ibeson, mother of Elizabeth and daughter of Abraham Midgley, of a house, stable, orchard and garden in Dacre Banks.

Assignment of a lease  WYL230/588  8 May 1742

Contents:
From William Grange of Hartwith, linen weaver, and Elizabeth his wife, to Thomas Ibbotson of Dacre Banks, innholder, and Mary his wife, of a cottage, stable, orchard, garden and other buildings at Dacre Banks for the remainder of a term of 3000 years.

Bond  WYL230/589  8 May 1742

Contents:
Of William Grange to Thomas Ibbotson to observe the covenants of an indenture of the same date.

Assignment of a lease  WYL230/590  1 May 1746

Contents:
From Thomas Ibbotson of Dacre Banks, innholder, and Mary his wife, to William Ibbotson of Dacre Banks, saddler, and Dinah his wife, of a cottage, stable, orchard, garden and other buildings in Dacre Banks, for the remainder of a term of 3000 years.

Bond  WYL230/591  1 May 1746

Contents:
Of Thomas Ibbotson to William Ibbotson in £300 to observe the covenants of an indenture of the same date.

Assignment  WYL230/592  26 Jul 1774

Contents:
From Thomas Ibbotson of Dacre Banks, blacksmith, to William Pawson of Dacre Banks, lastmaker, his son-in-law, of the cottage in which they both live for the remainder of a term of 2000 years.

Mortgage by assignment of a lease  WYL230/593  2 Feb 1781

Contents:
From John Ibbotson of Dacre Banks, linen weaver, to William Pawson of Dacre Banks, clogger, of a messuage with a stable, smith's shop, cowhouse, orchard and garden, and a cottage at Dacre Banks for the remainder of a term of 3000 years to secure £40.

Assignment of a mortgage  WYL230/594  17 May 1784

Contents:
By William Pawson of Dacre Banks, clogger to John Thorpe of Ripley, cordwainer, of a messuage, smith's shop, cottage, lands, etc. in Dacre Banks, mortgaged by John Ibbotson of Dacre Banks, linen weaver, for remainder of a term of 3,000 years.
Also 3 further mortgages by Ibbotson to Thorpe on this property.

Grant of administration  WYL230/595  18 May 1793

Contents:
Of Dinah Guisley, formerly Dinah Ibbeson, widow, late of Knaresborough, to John Guisley of Knaresborough, farmer, her husband.

Assignment  WYL230/596  27 Sep 1793

Contents:
From John Guisley of Knaresborough, farmer, administrator of the goods of Dinah Guisley, his late wife, formerly Dinah Ibbotson, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, bart., of a cottage and garth at Dacre Banks for the remainder of a term of 3,000 years created in a lease of 20 Jan. 1689 from Paul Skaife to Abraham Midgley.

Assignment  WYL230/597  15 Jun 1807

Contents:
From Jane Thorpe of Ripley, widow of John Thorpe, cordwainer, and William Thorpe of the same, his eldest son, William Barker of Hampsthwaite, stone cutter, President of the United Brotherly Society held at William Raper's house in Ripley, and William Haxby of Hampsthwaite, bread baker, and William Barker of Pannal, stewards of the said society, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a messuage, smith's house, etc., and a cottage in Dacre Banks for the remainder of a mortgage term of 3000 years.
Also a memorial of this deed.

Property acquired from Buck Family  [no ref. or date]

Assignment  WYL230/598  3 May 1634

Contents:
From Richard Wood of Park House in North Bierley, yeo., to Mathew Wood of Dacre Banks, yeo, of 3 closes at Monk Ings in Dacre for the remainder of a term of 1300 years created in 1 James I, paying 12 pence annually to Sir William Ingilby and his heirs.

Lease  WYL230/599  13 May 1674

Contents:
From Francis Wood of Ripon, gent., to Matthew Wood of Bainton, clerk, his brother of 3 beastgates in Dacre Pasture in the territories of Dacre for 1000 years at a peppercorn rent.

Mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/600  31 Dec 1697 & 1 Jan 1698

Contents:
From Matthew Wood, curate of Patrick Brompton, clerk, to Thomas Burton of Ripon, grocer, of a messuage and lands at Monk Ings to secure £50.

Settlement after the marriage of Matthew Wood of Patrick Brompton, clerk, and Elizabeth his wife  WYL230/601  21 & 22 Dec 1703

Contents:
By lease and release from Matthew to John Bowman of Barden Dykes, yeoman, and Joseph Wynne of Wett Rayne, yeoman, of a mansion house at Dacre a messuage at Monk Ings and lands, to the use of Matthew for life, then Elizabeth, then their heirs.

Quitclaim  WYL230/602  29 Jan 1722

Contents:
From Matthew Wood, son and heir of Matthew Wood formerly of Patrick Brompton but late of Bowden, Cheshire, deceased, to Gregory Elsley of Patrick Brompton, gentleman, of a mansion house at Dacre and a messuage at Monk Ings with lands etc., released 2 Feb. 1720/1 to Elsley in trust for Wood.

Lease and release  WYL230/603  9 & 10 Apr 1725

Contents:
From Gregory Elsley of Patrick Brunton, gent., to Isaac Patrick of Summerbridge, miller, of a mansion house at Dacre, a messuage at Monk Ings and lands in Dacre and Dacre Pasture.

Lease and release  WYL230/604  28 & 29 Apr 1725

Contents:
From Isaac Patrick of Summerbridge, miller, to Peter Buck of Dacre Pasture of a messuage at Monk Ings and lands in Dacre and Dacre Pasture.

Settlement before the marriage of Elizabeth Buck and John Fothergill of Carr End, parish of Aysgarth, yeoman  WYL230/605  29 & 30 Dec 1726

Contents:
By lease and release from Peter Buck of Dacre Pasture, yeoman, to Bosvile Middleton of Boroughbridge, yeoman, and John Dodshon of Bishop Thornton, yeoman, of a messuage at or near Monk Ings at or near Dacre Pasture with lands and cattlegates in Dacre or Dacre Pasture, in trust to pay the profits to Elizabeth and after her death to convey the property as directed by her. Also counterpart release.

Memorandum of a lease and release  WYL230/606  30 Dec 1726

Contents:
From Peter Buck of Dacre Pasture, yeoman, to Bosvile Middleton of Boroughbridge, yeo., and John Dodgson of Bishop Thornton, yeo., of a messuage and lands at Monk Ings.

Probate copy of will of Elizabeth Fothergill of Knaresborough  WYL230/607  4 Jul 1746

Contents:
Relict of John Fothergill of Knaresborough and daughter of James Buck late of Hole House, yeoman, deceased, made 24 Jan. 1744, leaving property at Monk Ings., Dacre, to Peter Buck, her brother.

Settlement by lease and release  WYL230/608  11 & 12 Apr 1783

Contents:
From Mary Buck of Dacre with Bewerley, widow and administratrix of Peter Buck, and Peter Buck of Thornthwaite, tanner, eldest son of the late Peter Buck, to Ralph Robinson of Knaresborough, tobacconist, of a messuage and lands (field - names) at New Houses in Dacre Pasture within the township of Laverton, a mansion house at Dacre with lands and 6 cattlegates on Dacre Pasture, and a messuage at Monk Ings with lands, in trust for James Buck; James Buck, Fawcett Bolland of Buckden and Mary his wife, Elizabeth Buck and William Buck of Thornthwaite, tanner, also being parties.
Also a copy of Peter Buck's will, made 20 June 1746.

Mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/609  19 Feb 1791

Contents:
From William Buck of Thornthwaite, tanner, Ralph Robinson of Knaresborough, Tobacconist, and James Buck youngest son of Peter Buck heretofore of Dacre with Bewerley, to Michael Benson of Low Hall in Dacre with Bewerley, butcher, of a mansion house at Dacre with land and 6 cattlegates, and a messuage at Monk Ings at or near Dacre Pasture with land and 5 cattlegates to secure £500; and assignment from William Buck to William Pawson of Banks, yeoman, of this property in trust.

Will of James Buck late of Halifax, cotton manufacturer, but now of Ripley  WYL230/610  19 Nov 1791

Contents:
Leaving property in Dacre with Bewerley in trust for his mother's lifetime and then to his brother Peter Buck and his sisters Mary Bolland, Elizabeth Glendening and Susannah Glendening.

Deposition of Richard Mason, before one of the justices of the parish of Trelawny, Cornwall, Jamaica  WYL230/611  22 Jul 1805

Contents:
Concerning a judgment obtained by Abraham Mason against the estate of James Buck in 1804.

Lease and release  WYL230/612  12 & 13 May 1806

Contents:
From Ralph Robinson of Knaresborough, brandy merchant, Mary Buck, now or late of Ripley, widow of Peter Buck of Dacre, yeoman, John Glendining of Halifax, brandy merchant, Alexander Glendining of Manchester, brandy merchant, and Elizabeth his wife, Mary Bolland of Kettlewell, widow of Fawcett Bolland of the same, yeoman, and Elizabeth Buck of Ripley widow of Peter Buck of Thornthwaite and afterwards Ripley, tanner to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a mansion house at Dacre and messuage at Monk Ings with land and beastgates on Dacre Pasture, reciting earlier indentures.

Final concords, a pair  WYL230/613  Trinity Term 1806

Contents:
Between Sir John Ingilby, Bart., querent and John Glendinning, Elizabeth his wife Alexander Glendinning and Mary Bollan, deforciants, of 2 messuages, 2 cottages, 4 barns, 4 stables, 4 cowhouses, 34 acres land, 25 acres meadow, 25 acres pasture, pasture for 11 beasts, common of pasture in Dacre.

Low Hall  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/614  30 Oct 1666

Contents:
From Mathew Wood of Dacre, gent., son and heir of Mathew Wood of Dacre, gent., deceased, and Jane his wife to William Laycon of Sawley, gent., of a messuage in Dacre, Dacre Banks and Laverton, with land.

Title deeds concerning Low Hall and lands in Dacre  WYL230/615  1666 - 1758

Contents:
Mentioning the names of William Laycon, Stephen Wilkes, Nicholas Wood, Richard Oddy, Thomas Knightson and Edmund Laycon.

Feoffment  WYL230/616  12 May 1675

Contents:
From Nicholas Wood of Dacre, husbandman, and Margaret his wife, to William Laycon, jun., of Dacre Banks, gent., of a close called Garris Leas, and the east side of a close called Brown Pasture in Dacre in the township of Laverton late parcels of a messuage held by William Lacon (sic) senior, paying an ancient rent of 2s 6d and a tithe rent to Sir William Ingilby.

Settlement after the marriage of Edmund Lacon of Gray's Inn, gent., and Sarah Mountaine  WYL230/617  24 Jan 1738

Contents:
By bargain and sale from Edmund to Robert Mountaine of Twyford, Hants, gent., and Robert Walker of Weston, gent., of a capital messuage in Dacre etc. called Low Hall, another messuage, closes (field - names) and beastgates in Dacre, and a messuage called Richmond Farm and lands (field - names) in Sawley, to the use of Edmund, then Sarah, then their heirs.

Lease and release to lead the uses of a recovery  WYL230/618  20 & 21 Apr 1742

Contents:
From Edmund Lacon of Gray's Inn, gent. to William Capstack of Clifford's Inn, gent., of a capital messuage in Dacre, etc., called Low Hall with lands (field - names) another messuage in Dacre with lands (field - names) and a messuage and lands in Sawley.

Lease and release  WYL230/619  30 & 31 May 1744

Contents:
From Edmund Lacon of Gray's Inn, gent., and Sarah his wife, to Joshua Smithson of Gill Bolton in the parish of Fewston, gent., of a capital messuage in Dacre etc. called Low Hall with lands (field - names) and another messuage at Dacre with lands (field - names) and all tithes on these lands.

Final concords (a pair)  WYL230/620  Trinity Term 1744

Contents:
Between Joshua Smithson, plaintiff, and Edmund Lacon, gent., and Sarah his wife, deforciants, of 2 messuages, 3 gardens, 35 acres land, 35 acres meadow, 35 acres pasture, 35 acres wood, pasture for 12 beasts and common pasture, in Dacre, Dacre Pasture, Deer Ing, Dacre Banks, Banger Houses, Foldshaw, High Rails and Laverton.

Probate copy of the will of Joshua Smithson of Gill Bottom in the parish of Fewston, made 22 March 1758.  WYL230/621  10 Sep 1760

Probate copy of the will of Joseph Smithson of Gill Bottom in the parish of Fewston made 21 Sept. 1779.  WYL230/622  8 Jan 1788

Agreement  WYL230/623  12 Nov 1788

Contents:
By Jacob Wilks of Darley, gent. Susanna his wife, only child of Joseph Smithson late of Gill Bottom deceased, and Charity Smithson of Otley Joseph's widow to levy a fine to John Wilks of Darley gent., of a capital messuage called Low Hall in the parish of Ripon, lands called Kiln Garth, Calf Garth, Gumwith, Three Nooked Close, Four Nooked Close, High Day Field, Middle Day Field, Low Day Field, Wood End Close, Near Wood, Middle Wood and Farr Wood, a messuage at Dacre, lands called Brown Pasture Head, Garres Leys, Buskey Close, Stack Close and Brown Pasture, 16 beastgates on Dacre Pasture, a barn at Gill in the parish of Fewston and lands called Long Holme, Two Long Holmes, Carrs, Well Close, Little Holme, Ock Flat, Over Bland Field, Nether Bland Field, and Far Bland Field, to the use of Jacob Wilks.
Enclosed is an abstract of Jacob Wilks' title to a freehold estate in Dacre with Bewerley mortgaged to Joseph Dresser.
1737-1802
(Made 1808)

Copy of final concord  WYL230/624  1804

Contents:
Between John Wilks, plaintiff, and Jacob Wilks and Susanna his wife and Charity Smithson, deforciants, of 3 messuages, 3 cottages, 5 barns, 5 stables, 3 gardens, 3 orchards, 22 acres land, 25 acres meadow, 45 acres pasture, 15 acres wood, pasture for 16 beasts and common pasture in the parishes of Ripon and Fewston.
Michaelmas Term 29 George III (1788)

Mortgage by lease  WYL230/625  20 May 1802

Contents:
From Jacob Wilks of Darley, gent., to Joseph Dresser the younger of Topcliffe, miller of a messuage called Low Hall with lands (field - names) and another messuage with lands (field - names) and beastgates in the township of Dacre or Dacre with Bewerley for 1000 years to secure £1000.

Assignment of a mortgage  WYL230/626  13 May 1808

Contents:
From Joseph Dresser the younger of Topcliffe, miller, to William Woodhouse of Ripon, gent., of a capital messuage called Low Hall and lands (field - names) in Dacre or Dacre with Bewerley for the remainder of a term of 1000 years to secure £1000.

Assignment of mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/627  17 & 18 May 1808

Contents:
From Joseph Dresser the younger of Topcliffe, miller, and Jacob Wilks of Knaresborough, gent. to Edward Wrather of Sharow, gent., of a messuage, lands and beastgates in Dacre or Dacre with Bewerley for the remainder of a term of 1000 years to secure £1000.

Conveyance  WYL230/628  7 Nov 1810

Contents:
From Jacob Wilks of Burley, gent., and Susanna his wife to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of the equity of redemption of a capital messuage called Low Hall, another messuage, lands (field - names) beastgates and tithes in Dacre or Dacre with Bewerley, subject to 2 mortgages, John Webster of Ripley, gent. being trustee.

Abstract, apparently of conveyance of 7 Nov. 1810  WYL230/629  Marked Jan 1811

Contents:
From Joseph Wilks to Sir John Ingilby.

Assignment  WYL230/630  29 & 30 Nov 1810

Contents:
From William Woodhouse and lease and release from Edward Wrather to Sir John Ingilby of mortgaged messuages and lands in Dacre.

Mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/631  4 & 5 Dec 1810

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley Bart. to Rosamond Alcock of Skipton, widow, of a capital messuage called Low Hall, another messuage, lands, beastgates and tithes in Dacre to secure £5000.

Schedule of title deeds to an estate situate at Dacre with Bewerley  WYL230/632  1737 - 1811

Contents:
... Belonging to Sir John Ingilby Bart., granted in mortgage to Mrs. Rosamond Alcock.

Lease and release  WYL230/633  21 & 22 Aug 1818

Contents:
From Henry Skelton of Leeds, corn merchant, and Henry Alcock Bramley of Skipton, Esq., executors of Rosamond Alcock, late of Skipton, widow, the latter being also her heir, to Ann Bramley of Skipton, spinster, of a capital messuage called Low Hall, another messuage, closes and beastgates with moduses of tithes, in Dacre or Dacre with Bewerley, mortgaged by John Ingilby of Ripley to Rosamond Alcock.

Lease and release  WYL230/634  28 & 29 Dec 1821

Contents:
From Henry Alcock Bramley of Skipton, esq., Henry Skelton of Leeds, wine merchant, William Collins of Knaresborough, gent., Rev. Thomas Collins rector of Barningham and Ann his wife, late Ann Bramley, to Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, Bart. of a capital messuage called Low Hall, another messuage, lands (field - names) beastgates and moduses in Dacre or Dacre with Bewerley.

Clocking Sike  [no ref. or date]

Copy of will of Richard Beckwith of Ripley, grocer  WYL230/635  15 Jan 1669

Contents:
Mentioning lands called Darley Closes or 'Clocconsike'.

Copy fine  WYL230/636  February 1763


Related information: Bundled with deeds of Clocking Syke and Star Carr.

Contents:
Between John Lister Esq., plaintiff, and Thomas Kitchingman, Esq., and Mary his wife, John Tanfield, Esq., and Catherine his wife, and William Wrather, gent. and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants, of 7 messuages, 3 cottages, 85 acres land, 110 acres meadow, 180 acres pasture and pasture for 10 beasts in the parishes of Masham, Kirkby Malzeard, West Tanfield and Ripon.

Lease and release  WYL230/637  9 & 10 May 1765

Contents:
From Thomas Kitchingman of Ripon, Esq., and Mary his wife, John Tanfield of Carthorpe, Esq., and Catherine his wife, William Wrather of Masham gentleman, and Elizabeth his wife, and Dorothy Beckwith, spinster, (Mary, Catherine, Elizabeth and Dorothy being the daughters and co-heiresses of William Beckwith, late of Lamb Hill, gentleman, deceased), to Gilbert Bake of Dacre, yeoman, of a dwelling house called Millers House closes called Star Carr, Middle Close and Farr Close, another dwelling house, a bleaching garth, parcels of ground containing c. 44 acres and 11 cattle gates on Dacre Pasture, all at Dacre; Catherine Beckwith widow of William Beckwith, and Samuel Wrather also being parties.

Copy probate of the will of Gilbert Bake of Dacre with Bewerley, yeoman  WYL230/638  5 Jan 1781

Contents:
Concerning property in Clockansike, Starr Carr, Dacre and Dacre with Bewerley.
(Later copy).

Copy probate of the will of William Bake of Clockansike in Dacre with Bewerley, farmer.  WYL230/639  17 May 1786

Contents:
(Later copy)

Copy probate of will of William Bake of Clockansike in Dacre with Bewerley, yeoman.  WYL230/640  1809

Contents:
Made 3 Nov. 1808, proved 9 May 1809.

Lease  WYL230/641  4 Mar 1816

Contents:
From Nathan Bake of Darley Mill, corn dealer, to John Markendale the elder of Ords Hall, parish of Salford, and John and Ellis Markendale of Manchester, butchers, of a messuage at Starr Carr, closes called Cow pasture and Low Meadow and 2 cattlegates on Dacre Pasture for a year at a peppercorn rent.

Release  WYL230/642  27 Dec 1820

Contents:
From Nathan Bake of Clockansike and Amos Bake of Darley Mill and their mortgagees, to Thomas Shaw Bancroft Reade, of mortgaged hereditaments at Clockansike and Starr Carr, and mortgage of hereditaments at Darley and Dacre with Bewerley.

Copy of will and codicil of Richard Scruton of Aldbrough, gentleman  WYL230/643  1823

Contents:
Concerning land in Aldbrough and Rockliffe.
Made 6 March and 1 April 1823.

Copy of will of Amos Bake of Menwith with Darley, corn dealer  WYL230/644  21 Sep 1823

Contents:
Mentioning Clockansike Farm.

Deed of partition  WYL230/645  21 Apr 1824

Contents:
Between Nathan Bake and the trustees of the will of Amos Bake, relating to freehold and copyhold hereditaments at Clockansike, Dacre with Bewerley and Menwith with Darley, including Darley Mill.

Final concord  WYL230/646  Easter and Trinity Terms 1824

Contents:
Between Edward Spence plaintiff and Nathan Bake and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants, of a moiety of property in Clockansike, Dacre and Menwith with Darley.

Assignment of a mortgage and further mortgage  WYL230/647  13 May 1824

Contents:
From Thomas Shaw Bancroft Reade of Leeds, Esq., and Nathan Bake of Dacre with Bewerley, flax spinner, to Matthew Thackwray of Bilton with Harrogate of property at Star Carr, Dacre with Bewerley and Clocking Sike to secure £2,500.

Assignment of mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/648  1 & 2 May 1827

Contents:
From Nathan Bake of Darley Mill, corn miller, and his mortgagee to John Morley the younger of Dishforth, gentleman, of property at Stam Carr (sic) and Clockansike.

Assignment of mortgage and further mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/649  28 & 29 Aug 1827

Contents:
From Nathan Bake and his mortgagees to Richard Scruton of Aldborough Hall, Esq., of property at Starr Carr and Clockansike.

Abstract of title  WYL230/650  1827

Contents:
Of the trustees of the late Nathan Bake to estates at Dacre with Bewerley and Menwith with Darley, 1765 - 1827.

Copy of will of Nathan Bake of Darley, corn and flax merchant  WYL230/651  1829

Contents:
Giving executors power to dispose of all his estate.
Made 9 July 1828, proved Jan. 1829.

Affidavit by Richard Blackburn of Aldbrough  WYL230/652  8 Feb 1829

Contents:
Concerning heirs of Richard Scruton.

Letter from Register Office, Wakefield  WYL230/653  19 Feb 1829

Contents:
To Powell & Son, Knaresborough, concerning deeds relating to Clockensyke and Starr Carr in Dacre with Bewerley.

Lease and release  WYL230/654  24 & 25 Feb 1829

Contents:
From the executors and mortgagees of Nathan Bake to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of property at Starr Carr and Clockensyke.

Beastgates on Dacre Pasture  [no ref. or date]

Assignment of a lease  WYL230/655  28 Mar 1753

Contents:
From William Petty of Padside, yeoman, to William Petty of Menwith Hill, his son, husbandman, of 2 beastgates on Dacre Pasture for the remainder of a term of 1300 years at a peppercorn rent.

Assignment of a lease  WYL230/656  25 Apr 1838

Contents:
From Mary Petty of Menwith with Darley, widow, and Thomas Furniss of the same, blacksmith, to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of 2 beastgates on Dacre Pasture for the remainder of a period of 1300 years created by an indenture of 14 Oct. 2 James I, mentioning the wills of Robert and Joseph Petty.

Property purchased from John Skaife  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds and related papers  WYL230/657  1741 - 1845

Contents:
Concerning messuages and lands, with leasehold tithes, in Dacre purchased by Sir William Amcotts Ingilby on 26 May 1845 from John Skaife and his mortgagees.

Estate at Hill Top and Heyshaw  [no ref. or date]

Deeds etc. relating to leasehold estates with tithes at Hill Top and Heyshaw in Dacre  WYL230/658  1612-1854

Contents:
Comprising an assignment of 11 April 1854 from William and David Whitley to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby for the remainder of terms created 1671, 1675 and 1 James I, abstract of title 1671 - 1854, 2 bundles of deeds, 1612 - 1705 and 1615 - 1747, and one bundle of bonds and other papers.
In more detail the two bundles of deeds contain:
Bundle A
1615 Long lease from Ingleby to Stephen Dean and John Dean
1617 Land transfer from Stephen Dean to John Corkill
1622 Land transfer from John Gill of Braisty Wood to John Corkill
1632 Lease from John Corkile of Bishopside to Thomas Oddy and sons John & Thomas
1632 Transfer of two messuages in Heyshaw from Stephen Dean to John & Thomas Oddy
1637 Transfer by John Corkill to Thomas Oddy
1649 Marriage settlement/land transfer by (i) Thomas Oddy to John Oddy his son, (ii) Thomas Oddy to John Oddy his brother, on the occasion of John Oddy's marriage to Dorothy daughter of William Marshall of Felbeck
1699 Will of Francis Whitely; beneficiaries: Francis Whitely son of John Whitely of Holehouse, William Skaife of Wilsill, Thomas Oddy of Heyshaw and William Whitely, George Whitely, Dorothy Whitely, Mary Whitely, Catherine Whitely and William Skaife
1705 Will of William Whitely of Heyshaw; beneficiaries: wife Rosamund, various Bensons, William Skaife son of sister Catherine, Margaret wife of Francis Hardcastle, brother John and his son William, nephew George Whitely, nephew John Whitely and his children William & Francis
Bundle B
1615 Ingleby to Dean
1617 Lease Ingleby to John Cockhill of house & farm at Heyshaw
1671 Sale by John Oddie of Felbeckhouse tanner to Luke Whitely of Heyshaw & John Whitely his brother of land in Heyshaw for £300
1671 Residue of 2000 year lease by Luke Whitely to William Whitely of Wheelhouseplace his natural brother and Rosamund Whitely wife of the said William of Hill Head close and The Hill in Heyshaw
1671 Residue of 2000 year lease by Luke Whitely to John Whitely his natural brother
1671 Residue of 2000 year lease by Luke Whitley to Francis Whitely his natural brother of Calfe Close
1675 Land sale by Isabel Whitely and Margaret Whitely her daughter to John Whitely sr and John Whitely jr butcher for £59, Luke Whitely deceased husband of Isabel referred to, also his will, signed by Isabel Whitely and at later date by Margaret formerly Whitely and by then wife of Francis Hardcastle
1698 Will of John Wheatley of Heyshaw; wife Dorothy, son George, daughter Dorothy, daughter Mary, son William, son John
1709 Sale by William Whitely of Hudgap, George Whitely of Hill Top, Robert Lantan of Adle and Dorothy his wife, Thomas Oddy of - yeoman and Catherine his wife, and William Skaife of Knaresborough to John Gill of Bangerhouse and Mary his wife of land at Heyshaw for £25; indenture refers to bequest to John Wheatley to William Whitely, George Whitely, Dorthy wife of Robert Lantan, Catherine wife of Thomas Oddy, Mary wife of John Gill, and William Skaife
1712 Sale Robert Langton and John Gill to George Whitely
1714 Sale George Whitely to John Gill and Mary his wife
1726 Sale John Whitely, John Gill, Robert Langton and Thomas Oddy to George Whitely
1734 Sale John Whitely of Bangerhouse and Elizabeth his wife to Francis Whitely of Bangerhouse
1735 Sale John Gill and Mary his wife to Francis Whitely of Calf Close
1742 Adm of estate of George Whitely of Heyshaw by George Whitely his son
1742 Sale Francis Whitely to Jonathan Holme
1742 Sale Francis Whitley to George Whitely
1746 Sale Francis Whitely to John Whitely
1746 Sale John Whitely to George Whitely

North Woods  [no ref. or date]

Lease and release  WYL230/659  13 & 14 May 1730

Contents:
From John Topham of Kildwick, clerk to William Myers of Norwoods, near Dacre, yeoman, and Jane Myers, spinster, his sister, of a messuage and lands called Norwoods Farm in Dacre.

Release  WYL230/660  20 Jun 1761

Contents:
From John Bake of Norwoods near Dacre, yeoman, and Jane his wife, sister and heir of William Myers late of Norwoods deceased, to John Gill of Dacre, blacksmith, of a messuage and land in Dacre, with a covenant for levying a fine, to be to the use of Jane Bake for life, then of John and his heirs.

Copy of will of John Baike of North Woods  WYL230/661  1766

Contents:
Made 18 Jan 1766, proved 22 Feb. 1766.

Abstract of title to North Woods Estate  WYL230/662  1766

Contents:
The property of Ann and Judith Hebden, 1761 - 66.

Settlement before the marriage of John Armistead of Clapham, merchant, and Jane Hebden of Braisty Wood, widow  WYL230/663  11 May 1811

Contents:
By release from Jane to Thomas Skaife of Littlethorpe, gent., and Thomas Darnbrough of Boroughbridge, tanner, of a messuage and land called Norwoods Farm and any other property of Jane's in Dacre or Dacre Pasture in trust. Skaife and Darnbrough are also to hold in trust £1,000 belonging to Jane, and Armistead promises to allow Jane to have the disposal of plate and linen which she brings to him to the value of £50 of each.

Mortgage  WYL230/664  1 Jul 1815

Contents:
By John Armistead of Clapham, cotton spinner, and Jane his wife, to William Sutcliffe of Settle surgeon, as trustee for Messrs Birkbeck, Birkbeck, Alcock, Peart and Moffatt, bankers, of a messuage and lands in Dacre, and pasture in Dacre Pasture for 1,000 years to secure £1,102.14s.3d

Assignment of mortgage  WYL230/665  13 Aug 1817

Contents:
By William Sutcliffe, Messrs. Birkbeck and Co. John Armistead and Jane his wife to Samuel Hall of Stirton, in the parish of Skipton, of messuage and land in Dacre and pasture in Dacre Pasture for the remainder of a term of 1,000 years to secure £1,400.

Assignment of a mortgage  WYL230/666  26 Dec 1820

Contents:
By Mrs. Mary Hall of Gargrave widow and administratrix of Samuel Hall of Stirton, deceased, John Armistead and Jane his wife, to Henry Alcock of Skipton, gent., executor by the will/William Topham late of Skipton, gent., of a messuage and lands in Dacre and pasture in Dacre Pasture for the remainder of a term of 1,000 years to secure £1,400.

Abstract of the title of Mr. Henry Alcock  WYL230/667  Marked 1842

Contents:
As mortgagee of certain hereditaments situate at Dacre ....

Copy of will of Jane Armistead of Braisty Woods.  WYL230/668  1842

Contents:
Made 24 July 1841, proved 10 Aug 1842.

Assignment of mortgage  WYL230/669  30 Nov 1842

Contents:
By Henry Alcock of Skipton, gent., and Ann and Judith Hebden of Braisty Woods, spinsters, to Dorothy Wigglesworth of Pateley Bridge, widow, of a messuage and. land in Dacre and pasture in Dacre Pasture for the remainder of a term of 1000 years to secure £1600.

Conditions of sale by auction  WYL230/670  20 Oct 1853

Contents:
Of the estate called Northwoods near Dacre Banks in the township of Dacre.
With receipt to Messrs. Smith and Ingilby for interest on the purchase money.
15 Oct. 1855.

Additional abstract of title  WYL230/671  1854

Contents:
Of Miss Ann Hebden and Miss Judith Hebden to hereditaments at Dacre.
1841 - 1854.

Papers concerning title to Northwood estate, tithes, enclosures and a pew in Thornthwaite Church.  WYL230/672  1855

Conveyance  WYL230/673  15 Oct 1855

Contents:
By Ann and Judith Hebden of Braisty Woods, spinsters, Jane Webster of Dalby Terrace, City Road, London, widow, and their mortgagees, to Charles Smiths of Parkfields near Stone, Staffs, esq., and Rev. Henry John Ingilby, late of West Keal, Lincs. now of Ripley Castle, clerk, executors of the will of Sir William Amcotts Ingilby, of a farm formerly called Norwoods and now called Northwoods near Dacre Banks in the township of Dacre, subject to the powers expressed in the will of Sir W.A. Ingilby; with attached plans and schedule.

Deed of covenant  WYL230/674  15 Oct 1855

Contents:
By Charles Smith and Rev. Henry John Ingilby with Miss Judith Hebden for production of title deeds relating to property at Dacre.
Also a copy.

Monk Ings  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/675  28 Mar 1712

Contents:
From William Wood of Low Bishopside, Francis Wood of Ripon and Thomas Wood of Heyshaw, yeomen, to Mary Myers of North-Woods in the parish of Ripon, widow and William Myers her son of North-Woods, husbandman, of a parcel of pasture at Monk Ings within Dacre Pasture called High Pasture, 2 closes called Farr Close and Narr Close, a way and 2 closes meadow ground.

Release  WYL230/676  19 Apr 1764

Contents:
From Moses Bake of Monk Ings in Dacre, yeoman, and Mary his wife, and John Field of Heaton within the parish of Bradford, Esq. to John Bake of Northwoods in Dacre, yeoman, of a cottage, closes (named) and 2½ beastgates on Dacre Pasture, all at Monk Ings, with tithes on these premises.

Probate copy of will of John Baike of North Woods, yeoman  WYL230/677  22 Feb 1766

Contents:
Bequeathing estates at Monk Ings and North Woods, made 18 Jan. 1766.

Lease and release  WYL230/678  5 & 6 Feb 1813

Contents:
From Ann Ellis, formerly of Ingleton and now of Clapham, Yorks. widow, to Jane Armistead, wife of John Armistead of Clapham, cotton spinner, her daughter, of a messuage, closes and 2½ beastgates at Monk Ings and Dacre Pasture in the parish of Ripon, with tithes on these premises, subject to the payment of an annuity of £20 to Ann Ellis for life and of £450, 12 months after her death as directed in her will.

Probate copy of will and codicil of Ann Ellis, now residing at Clapham, widow  WYL230/679  15 Nov 1815

Contents:
Made 8 Feb. 1813 and 26 July 1815

Legacy receipts on account of the estate of Ann Ellis of Clapham.  WYL230/680  May - Aug 1817

Mortgage by deed to declare the uses of a fine  WYL230/681  23 Aug 1819

Contents:
From John Armistead of Clapham, cotton spinner, and Jane his wife to Judith Hebden of the same place, spinster, of 2 messuages and lands called Monk Ings and 2½ beastgates on Dacre Pasture, all in Dacre with Bewerley, to secure £500.

Probate copy of will of Jane Armistead of Braisty Woods in the parish of Kirkby Malzeard  WYL230/682  10 Aug 1842

Contents:
Late wife of John Armistead of Clapham, cotton spinner made 24 July 1841.

Agreement  WYL230/683  15 Mar 1847

Contents:
By Judith Hebden of Braisty Woods in the township of Hartwith with Winsley to let to William Johnson of Winsley, farmer, the dwelling house and lands called Monk Ings in the township of Dacre with Bewerley at £31. 10s annual rent.
Also agreements by Christopher Norris to secure the first year's rent, 22 March 1847, and to fulfil the agreement made by his daughter Sarah Johnson's late husband, 18th June 1853.

'Abstract of the title of Miss Judith Hebden to a freehold farm called Monk Ings in the township of Dacre'.  WYL230/684  1859

Contents:
1813 - 1847.

Copy of conditions of sale of estate called Monk Ings in Dacre.  WYL230/685  10 Oct 1859

Papers concerning the purchase of Monk Ings  WYL230/686  Jan-May 1860

Contents:
Consisting of purchaser's observations on the title, certificates of search at Register Office, Wakefield, for years 1813-60, declaration by Ann Hebden concerning right of common on Heyshaw Moor, a schedule of documents handed over, and a letter from Sarah Johnson about the tenancy.

Conveyance  WYL230/687  15 May 1860

Contents:
From Judith Hebden of Braisty Woods in the township of Hartwith with Winsley, spinster, confirmed by Ann Hebden of Braisty Woods, spinster, to Rev. Henry John Ingilby of Ripley Castle, clerk, of 2 messuages and lands at Monk Ings in the township of Dacre (field-names) an inclosure on Dacre Pasture and the tithe rent charge from these premises, Henry Young of Essex Street in the Strand, Middlesex, gent., to be a trustee.

Cottages in Dacre Banks  [no ref. or date]

Deeds relating to the site of 2 cottages opposite the Royal Oak Inn in Dacre Banks  WYL230/688  1774-1863

Contents:
Assigned by John Bale, his wife, and others to Rev. Henry John Ingilby and Henry Day Ingilby 4 Nov. 1863, including an assignment of 26 July 1774 from Thomas Ibbotson to Reuben Place of a cottage, probate copies of the wills of Judith Walker, William Walker and Mary Fawson, a case and opinion concerning Reuben Place's will, and an assignment of 1 Dec. 1826 from Joseph Pawson and his wife to Robert and George Ingleson of 4 cottages.

Estate at Heyshaw  [no ref. or date]

Assignment of a lease  WYL230/689  27 May 1672

Contents:
From Christopher Moone of Heyshaw, husbandman, to Francis Oddy of Heyshaw, yeoman, of a close called Stubbles and a house called the smithy for the remainder of a term of 1300 years created in a lease of 3 Feb 1 James I from Sir William Ingilby to Robert Goulthwaite paying 18 pence to Sir William Ingilby and his heirs.

Assignment of a lease  WYL230/690  2 Feb 1684

Contents:
From Francis Oddy of Heyshaw, yeoman, to William Wood of Heyshaw Low Woods, yeoman, of a messuage and lands (field - names) in Heyshaw for the remainder of a term of 1300 years created in a lease of 3 Feb 1 James I for Sir William Ingleby to Thomas Oddy, paying 16s 8d annually to the heirs of Sir William.

Mortgage by assignment  WYL230/691  11 May 1704

Contents:
From John Wood, junior, of Heyshaw, yeoman, to Thomas Ingilby of Raventofts, gent., of a messuage and lands in Heyshaw, for the remainder of a term of 1300 years created in a lease of 3 Feb 1 James I from Sir William Ingilby to Thomas Oddy, to secure £220.

Assignment of a lease  WYL230/692  10 May 1705

Contents:
From John Wood the younger of Heyshaw, yeoman, and Margaret Wood of Dacre, spinster, to John Collyer of Dacre Banks yeoman, of a messuage and lands (field - names) in Heyshaw and Dacre Pasture for the remainder of a term of 1300 years created in a lease of 3 Feb. 1 James I from Sir William Ingilby to Thomas Oddy, paying 16s 8d to Sir William's heirs.

Assignment  WYL230/693  4 Jan 1732

Contents:
From Margaret Collyer of Heyshaw, widow of John Collyer of Heyshaw, and John Gill of Heyshaw, yeoman, and Mary his wife, to John Collyer of Heyshaw, Margaret's son, of their shares under John Collyer's will in a messuage and lands (field - names) in Heyshaw and Dacre Pasture for the remainder of a term of 1300 years, paying 16s 8d to Sir William Ingilby's heirs.

Mortgage by lease  WYL230/694  11 Nov 1743

Contents:
From John Collyer of Heyshaw, yeoman, to Thomas Hall of Thornthwaite, yeoman, of 4 closes called the Stubbles and one called Clark Close within Heyshaw Grange and Heyshaw for 1000 years to secure £100.

Mortgage by assignment  WYL230/695  2 May 1753

Contents:
From John Collyer of Heyshaw, yeoman, to Jonathan Holmes of Thornthwaite, yeoman, of 3 closes called Little Gransack, Holling Gransack and Horse Close at Heyshaw for the remainder of a term of 1300 years created by a lease of 3 Feb 1 James I from Sir William Ingilby to Thomas Oddy, to secure £100.

Assignment  WYL230/696  1 May 1755

Contents:
From John Collyer of Skireholm in the township of Appletreewick, yeoman and Eleanor his wife to William Shires of Pase House or Rex Gill End in the parish of Fewston, yeoman, of a messuage and lands (field - names) in Heyshaw and Dacre Pasture for the remainder of a term of 1300 years created in an indenture of 3 Feb. 1 James I from Sir William Ingilby to Thomas Oddy, paying 16s 8d to Sir William's heirs.

Assignment  WYL230/697  10 May 1765

Contents:
From Joseph Shires of Pasehouse or Rexgillend in the parish of Fewston, yeoman, executor of William Shires, deceased, to Miles Bilton of Heyshaw, yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Heyshaw and Dacre Pasture for the remainder of a term of 1300 years created by a lease of 3 Feb 1 James I from Sir William Ingilby to Thomas Oddy, paying 16s 8d to Sir William's heirs.

Probate copy of the will of George Whitley of Heyshaw, yeoman  WYL230/698  30 Oct 1776

Contents:
Made 30 April 1774

Mortgage by assignment  WYL230/699  26 Nov 1781

Contents:
From Miles Bilton of Heyshaw, yeoman, and William Bilton his son, to Elizabeth Scaife of Otley, spinster, of 2 messuages and lands in Heyshaw and Dacre Pasture for the remainder of a term of 1300 years created by a lease of 3 Feb I James I from Sir William Ingilby to Thomas Oddy, to secure £300.

Assignment  WYL230/700  5 Apr 1784

Contents:
From Miles Bilton of Heyshaw, yeoman, William Bilton his only child, and Elizabeth Scafe of Otley, spinster, to William and George Whitley of Heyshaw, yeomen, of 2 messuages and lands in Heyshaw and Dacre Pasture for the remainder of a term of 1300 years created in a lease of 3 Feb 1 James I from Sir William Ingilby to Thomas Oddy.

Probate copy of the will of William Whitley of Hill Top near Heyshaw, yeoman  WYL230/701  19 May 1801

Contents:
Made 26 June 1797.

Probate copy of the will of George Whitley of Hill Top near Heyshaw  WYL230/702  22 Sep 1812

Contents:
Made 8 Jan. 1812.

Probate copy of the will of William Whitley of Hill Top near Heyshaw in the township of Dacre with Bewerley, yeoman  WYL230/703  11 Dec 1817

Contents:
Made 5 Oct. 1817

Mortgage by assignment  WYL230/704  26 Apr 1839

Contents:
From George Whitley of Heyshaw in the township of Dacre, yeoman to George Ingleson of Summerbridge in the township of Hartwith with Winsley of a messuage and lands (field - names) at Heyshaw and Dacre Pasture and 2 messuages and lands in Heyshaw and Dacre Pasture in the township of Laverton for the remainder of terms of 1300 years to secure £1400.

Assignment  WYL230/705  3 Dec 1850

Contents:
From Ellen Snowden of Summerbridge, spinster, George Snowden of the same, gent., Timothy Robinson of Hartwith with Winsley, farmer, and George Whitley of Heyshaw in the township of Dacre, yeoman, to Isabella Britton of Clifton, widow, Marianne Mills wife of Robert William Fenwick Mills of Eastfield House in the parish of Dunnington esq., and Harriot Jane Britton of Clifton, spinster of a mortgage debt, leasehold property in Heyshaw mentioned in a deed of 26 Apr. 1839 and conveyance of a freehold allotment to secure £1800.
Endorsed is a reassignment to William and David Whitley.
31 March 1854.

Schedule of title deeds  WYL230/706  c1850

Contents:
Relating to a leasehold estate at Heyshaw in the township of Dacre and a freehold allotment belonging to Mr. George Whitley and mortgaged to Mrs. Isabelle Britton and others, 1718 - 1850.

Abstract of the title of Messrs. Whitley to leasehold property situate at Heyshaw in the township of Dacre  WYL230/707  1854

Contents:
Being part of lot 3 of their estate as advertised for sale in the month of October 1853.
1784 - 1850.

Probate copy of will and codicil of George Whitley of Hill Top in the township of Dacre  WYL230/708  1 Sep 1853

Contents:
Made 24 May 1853

Assignment  WYL230/709  11 Apr 1854

Contents:
From William and David Whitley of Heyshaw, farmers, to Joseph Topham of Pateley Bridge, innkeeper, of a messuage and lands at Heyshaw in the township of Dacre for the remainder of a term of 1300 years.

Assignment  WYL230/710  25 Nov 1854

Contents:
From Joseph Topham of Pateley Bridge, innkeeper, to William Whitley of Heyshaw, farmer, of a messuage and lands at Heyshaw in the township of Dacre for the remainder of a term of 1300 years.

Certificate of search in the Wakefield Register Office  WYL230/711  29 Sep 1865

Contents:
For memorials relating to property at Heyshaw between 1855 and 1865.

Assignment  WYL230/712  18 Oct 1865

Contents:
From William Whitley of Heyshaw, farmer, to Henry Day Ingilby of North Deighton, esq., of a messuage and lands in Heyshaw in the township of Dacre for the remainder of a term of 1300 years.

Allotments on Heyshaw Moor, 1876  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance  WYL230/713  2 Jun 1876

Contents:
From Procter Hutchinson of Spalding, Lincs., gent. to Sir Henry Day Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of an allotment on Heyshaw and Braithwaite Moors in Dacre.
Also abstract of title, 1855 - 76.

Conveyance  WYL230/714  20 Jun 1876

Contents:
From Louisa Robinson, Sophia Pickard Robinson and Annie Robinson of Knaresborough, spinsters, Charles Henry Robinson of Ripon, timber merchant, Emma Robinson of Knaresborough, spinster, and John Mc Landsbrough of Victoria Park, Shipley, civil engineer and Mary Jane, his wife to Sir Henry Day Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of two allotments on Heyshaw and Braithwaite Moors in Dacre one of them for the remainder of a term of 900 years.
Also abstracts of title of the devisees of the late Mr. William Pickard to these allotments. 1834 - 76.

Conveyance  WYL230/715  20 Jun 1876

Contents:
From William Robinson of Knaresborough, gent., to Sir Henry Day Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of an allotment on Heyshaw and Brathwaite Moors in Dacre.
Also abstract of title. 1793-1876.

Conveyance  WYL230/716  21 Jun 1876

Contents:
From William Grange of Dacre Banks in Dacre, flax spinner, to Sir Henry Day Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of an allotment on Heyshaw and Braithwaite Moors in Dacre.
Also abstract of title. 1846-76.

Conveyance  WYL230/717  21 Jun 1876

Contents:
From George Houseman of 52 Central Market, Leeds, provision dealer, and John Edward Houseman of Beckett Street, Leeds, milk seller, to Sir Henry Day Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of an allotment on Heyshaw and Braithwaite Moors in Dacre.
Also abstract of title. 1872-1876.

Conveyance  WYL230/718  21 Jun 1876

Contents:
From Edmund Longster of Dacre Banks in the township of Dacre, farmer, to Sir Henry Day Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of an allotment on Heyshaw and Braithwaite Moors in Dacre.
Also abstract of title 1830-76.

Conveyance  WYL230/719  21 Jun 1876

Contents:
From John Robinson the younger of Burley, woolstapler, Robert Robinson of Bradford, stuff warehouseman, John Robinson the elder of Summerbridge in Hartwith with Winsley, farmer, and Richard Pullan late of Hartwith with Winsley and now of Harrogate, flax spinner to Sir Henry Day Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of an allotment on Heyshaw and Braithwaite Moors in Dacre.
Also abstract of title 1856-76.

Conveyance  WYL230/720  21 Jun 1876

Contents:
By Michael Skaife of Pyefield House in the township of Dacre, yeoman, to Sir Henry Day Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of an allotment on Heyshaw and Braithwaite Moors in Dacre.
Also abstract of title 1791-1876.

'Abstract of title of Mr. William Myers to 2 leasehold allotments... on Heyshaw and Braithwaite Moors'.  WYL230/721  [1876]

Contents:
1842 - 76

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

Lease  WYL230/722  20 Nov 1521

Contents:
From Marmaduke the abbot and the convent of Fountains to William Ingylby Esq., of a moiety of a tenement called Newhows lately held by John Oddy, for 40 years rendering annually 40 shillings; William not to lease the said moiety without licence from the abbot, to do all repairs and not to overstock the common pasture or waste the woods.

Copy of bargain and sale  WYL230/723  1 Jun 1674

Contents:
From John Dove of Welton clerk and Ann his wife and James Johnson of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, B.D. to Dame Mary York of York, widow, of the manor of Bewerley and lands in Bewerley (field - names) with a schedule of rents excepted from this.
(Later copy).

Assignment  WYL230/724  6 May 1692

Contents:
From William Hardcastle of Dacre Banks, whitesmith, to Anne Ingilby, spinster, one of the daughters of Thomas Ingilby of Raventofts, gent., of a messuage and lands in Heyshaw for any term of years unexpired of any lease.

'Case and Title of Mr. William Pullan to two Leasehold Farms in Heyshaw, Dacre Pasture and Laverton'.  WYL230/725  [1772]

Contents:
1718-1772

Assignment of a lease  WYL230/726  19 Jun 1794

Contents:
From Richard Oddye of Hartwith in the parish of Kirkby Malzeard, gent., and Mary Oddy now or late of Hartwith, widow his mother, administratrix of the goods of William Oddye, late of Hartwith, her husband to George Wright of Padside in the parish of Hampsthwaite, yeoman, of 4 beastgates on Dacre Pasture for the remainder of a term of 1300 years at a peppercorn rent, these being part of 7 beastgates leased by Sir William Ingilby to Marmaduke Hardcastle.

Assignment  WYL230/727  12 May 1804

Contents:
From William Pawson of Dacre Banks to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley of the remainder of a term of 2000 years for a farm in Dacre Banks.

Lease and release  WYL230/728  3 & 4 Sep 1805

Contents:
From Thomas Addyman of Dacre Banks in the parish of Ripon, yeoman, and John Coates of Ripon, gent., with assignment of mortgage term from Coates and William Squire of Wath, butcher, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a messuage and 4 beastgates in Dacre Banks.

Assignment  WYL230/729  11 May 1811

Contents:
From Francis Day late of Leeds and now of Menwith with Darley, gent., and James Collins of Knaresborough, gent., to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of 14 cattlegates on Dacre Pasture.
Also abstract of wills and a lease and release.
1763-1810.

Surrender  WYL230/730  28 Apr 1830

Contents:
By Thomas Dew, Hugh Stott, Thomas Stubbs, John Marshall, Edward Spence and Gilbert Bake, to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of a piece of land in Menwith with Darley within the Forest of Knaresborough, now the south part of a freehold close called High Field in Dacre with Bewerley, and part of Darley Beck; with small plan. Enclosed are bills for expenses.

Assignment  WYL230/731  2 Jul 1834

Contents:
From Benson Bailey of Skipton, gent., Richard Oastler of Scriven with Tentergate, esq., Thomas and John Kirkby of Smelt House Mill near Pateley Bridge, flax spinners and Mary Pawson of Harbour Flat in the parish of Bongate, Westmorland, widow of Joseph Pawson late of Dacre Banks, to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle, bart., of pasture for 6 beasts on Dacre Pasture for the remainder of a term of 900 years.
Also an abstract of title 1664-1834 and other papers in the case of Bailey v Kirkby and others in Chancery. June 1834.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/732  22 Jul 1835

Contents:
From Peter Buck of Thornthwaite with Padside, yeoman, to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of a beastgate on Dacre Pasture.
Also receipt from John Buck to John Buck the elder for purchase money for cattle gate left him by his grandfather, Miles Reynard, 12 June 1782.
Will of John Buck of Thornthwaite, 14 April 1816 and a letter from Francis Blackett, Ripley Castle to Messrs. Powell, saying that the herdsman at Dacre can prove that the Bucks have owned this beastgate. 21 July 1835.

Release of a messuage and lands at Dacre charged with legacies of £200  WYL230/733  29 May 1876

Contents:
From Mr. Thomas Petty and seven other children of Jane Petty to William Myers.

Copy of conveyance  WYL230/734  31 Aug 1877

Contents:
From Joseph Knowles of Gill House, Yeadon, gent., to Richard Skilbeck of Bilton Grange, gent., of an allotment on Heyshaw and Braithwaite Moors in Dacre.

Assignment  WYL230/735  13 Oct 1880

Contents:
From Thomas, Joseph and John Lowcock, devisees under the will of Joseph Lowcock, to Sir Henry Day Ingilby, Bart., of a lease of a weaving shop or cowhouse in Dacre Banks for the remainder of a term of 1900 years.
Also abstract of title of devisees. 1851-79.
And residuary account of Lowcock 1880.

FOXHOLES (E.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL230/736  3 Dec 1533

Contents:
From Edward Goldysburgh, esq., serjeant at arms to the King, to James Vavasor of Orleston, gent., of a messuage and lands in Foxholes, Yorks.

HALTON GILL  [no ref. or date]

Lease  WYL230/737  24 Oct 1505

Contents:
From Marmaduke abbot of Fountains to Thomas Langstroth and Adam his son of half of a tenement called Coshe or Grenefelde Coshe for 15 years at 30 shillings annual rent.

HARTWITH WITH WINSLEY  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL230/738  ? Mar 1574

Slightly stained

Contents:
From Sir William Inglebie of Ripley, knight, and William Inglebie esq., his son and heir, to James Buck of Hartwith in the parish of Kirkby Malzeard, yeoman, of a farm in Hartwith, part of the manor of Brimham, and a tenth part of Hartwith Pasture or Common.

Copy of bargain and sale  WYL230/739  24 Mar 1574

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby, knight, and William Ingilby, esquire, his son and heir, to Robert Hardcastle of Hartwith and Christopher Hardcastle his son and heir, of a farm in Hartwith, late parcell of the manor of Brimham, a nineteenth part of Hartwith Pasture and holly trees called the Lord's Hollings on Hartwith Pasture and Winsley Pasture.

Quitclaim  WYL230/740  29 Oct 1590

Contents:
From Marmaduke Bramley of Ripley, yeoman, to William Inglebye Esq., of a farm in Winsley, leased by William on 1 Aug 30 Elizabeth to Anne Fawcett, deceased, Marmaduke's late wife.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/741  26 Jul 1591

Contents:
From Richard Thompson of Langton, gentleman, to John Milburne of Hinderskelfe, gentleman, and Thomas Milburne, his son, of a capital messuage, called Braisty Grange or Braisty Wood in Brimham within the township of Laverton.

Copy of final concord  WYL230/742  Michaelmas Term 1591

Contents:
Between John Milborne and Thomas Milborne, querents, and Richard Thompson and Bridget his wife deforciants, of 4 messuages, 4 barns, 4 gardens, 4 orchards, 300 acres land, 60 acres meadow, 80 acres pasture and 350 acres wood in Hartwith and Laverton.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/743  12 Jul 1596

Contents:
From William Inglebye of Ripley, esq., to Lawrence Bucke or Bramley of Hartwith, woollen webster and Helen his wife, of a farm in Hartwith, late parcel of the manor of Brimham, and granted to Inglebye and his father, by Sir Lewis Mordaunt Lord Mordaunt, Sir Henry Darcye and Dame Katherine his wife.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/744  11 Sep 1599

Contents:
From John Milburne of Hinderskelfe, gentleman, and Thomas Milburne his son and heir apparent to William Ingilby of Ripley, Esq., of all the capital messuage, lands, etc., called Braisty Grange or Braisty Wood in Brimham in the township of Laverton, with power of attorney to Thomas Day and Robert Long of Ripley to deliver seisin.

Licence  WYL230/745  1 Dec 1599

Contents:
To John and Thomas Milburne, gentlemen, to alienate Braisty Wood, held in chief, to William Ingilby, esq.

Exemplification of a fine for licence WYL230/745  WYL230/746  Hilary Term 1600

Lease  WYL230/747  27 Aug 1601

Contents:
From William Ingilby of Ripley, esq. to Sampson Lupton of Braisty Wood of a messuage and lands in Braisty Wood within the township of Laverton for 1,000 years paying annually 11s 3d and 13½d for tenths.

Lease  WYL230/748  27 Aug 1601

Contents:
From William Ingilby of Ripley esq., to Francis Skayff of Braisty Wood, husbandman, of a farm accounted as one quarter of the grange called Braisty Wood for 1,000 years, paying annually 15 shillings, and 18 pence for tenths.

Lease  WYL230/749  27 Aug 1601

Contents:
From William Ingilby of Ripley Esq. to Thomas Skayff of Braisty Wood, son of John Skayff, yeoman, of a messuage and lands accounted as one quarter of the grange called Braisty Wood for 1000 years paying annually 7s 6d and 9 pence for tenths.

Lease  WYL230/750  27 Aug 1601

Contents:
From William Ingilby of Ripley esq., to William Skayff of Braisty Wood, son of John Skayff, yeoman, of a farm called Lowlathe, with various lands, accounted as one quarter of the grange called Braisty Wood for 1,000 years paying annually 15 shillings, and 18 pence for tenths.

Lease  WYL230/751  10 Jan 1610

Contents:
From Sir William Ingleby of Ripley, knight, to John Reynand yeoman and Miles Reynand his son, both servants of Sir William, in consideration of a sum of £30, of a farm in Winsley in the township of Laverton, county of York, formerly occupied by William Ellisworthe the younger, deceased, now occupied by Robert Longe and Wilstropp Precyous at a rent of 13s - with the right to cut timber, for 900 years rendering 13s 6d annually, 2 fat hens at Christmas, 14½d for tenths due to the King.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/752  14 Aug 1615

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, to John Skaiffe of Braisty Wood, yeoman of a farm accounted as a quarter of the grange called Braisty Wood, formerly occupied by Francis Skaiffe, his father, paying annually 15 shillings and 18 pence for tenths.

Copy feoffment  WYL230/753  14 Aug 1615

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, to Thomas Skaiffe of Braisty Wood, yeoman, of a messuage in Braisty Wood and land, yielding annually 10s 10d and 13 pence for tenths.
(Copied early 19th cent.)

Copy memorial registered at Wakefield of an assignment of 29 Nov. 1738  WYL230/754  C 1810

Contents:
From William Coates of Ripley, tobacconist, Joshua Hardisty of Knaresborough, flax-dresser, trustees of John Hardisty late of Knaresborough, apothecary, and Thomasin Hardisty widow of John to Danson Roundell of Knaresborough, gent., of a farm at Winsley for the remainder of a term of 900 years, endorsed with notes about this estate.

Copies of lease  WYL230/755  Early 19th cent

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby to John and Miles Reynard, of a farm at Winsley for 900 years, 10 Jan. 7 James I, memorial of assignment of this from William Coates, Joshua Hardisty and Thomasin Hardisty to Danson Roundell, 29 Nov. 1738 and feoffment from Sir Henry Darcy to William Ingilby of the manor of Brimham, 7 Feb. 34 Elizabeth Book.

Lease and release  WYL230/756  19 & 20 Dec 1814

Contents:
From Thomas Richardson of Dacre Banks, yeoman to Robert and George Ingleson of Dacre Banks, flax spinners of a piece of land of ½ an acre, being the east end of Dam Close Pasture near Dacre Banks.

Extract from the will of George Ingleson of Summerbridge, made 31 Dec. 1842  WYL230/757  Proved Oct 1844

Contents:
Leaving a piece of land adjoining Summerbridge Mill Dam to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby.

Legacy receipt  WYL230/758  1873

Contents:
On account of estate of George Ingleson of Summerbridge, Hartwith with Winsley who died 8 Aug. 1844, with related letters.
Also declaration by John Robinson concerning land owned by Ingleson.
19 Oct. 1870.

HAVERAH PARK  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage by lease  WYL230/759  31 Aug 1637

Contents:
From William Tirwhitt of Kettleby, Lincs., esq., executor of the will of Jervase Markham, esq., to Gervase Helwys of Colby, Linc., esq., of Haverah Park for 10 years to secure £300, reciting a crown lease of 1 Feb 5 James I. Also counterpart.

Lease  WYL230/760  1 Sep 1637

Contents:
From Gervase Helwys of Colby, Lincs., esq., to William Tirwhitt of Kettleby, Lincs., esq., of Haverah Park for 2 years at £24 annual rent. Also counterpart.
(Endorsed with note dated 28 March 1639 of the surrender of this lease and its assignment to William Ingilby).

Copy of agreement  WYL230/761  1639 & 1640

Contents:
To sell Haverah Park to William Ingilby and of receipts for purchase money paid to the City of London

Assignment of lease  WYL230/762  16 Mar 1639

Contents:
From William Tirwhitt of Kettleby, Lincs., to William Ingilby of Ripley, Esq., for remainder of a term of 40 years of Haverah Park, leased by the crown 5 James I to Jarvas Markham, and left by him to Tirwhitt.

Copy of assignment of lease  WYL230/763  16 Mar 1639

Contents:
From William Tirwhitt of Kettleby, Lincs., Esq., to William Ingilby of Ripley Esq.

Assignment  WYL230/764  21 Mar 1639

Contents:
From Gervase Helwys of Colby, Lincs., Esq., to William Ingilby of Ripley, Esq., for the remainder of a term of 10 years, of a lease of Haverah Park, reciting letters patent of 5 James I and a lease of 13 Charles I.

Rough copy of assignment of a lease  WYL230/765  1639

Contents:
From Robert Mitchell, William Williams, Walter Marks and Robert Marsh, citizens of London to William Ingilby of Ripley Esq. for remainder of term of 99 years, of Haverah Park, reciting indentures of 10 Jan. 14 James I and 19 July 1628.

Quitclaim  WYL230/766  28 Mar 1639

Contents:
From William Tirwhitt of Kettleby, Lincs. Esq., executor of the will of Gervase Markham, Esq., to William Ingilby of Ripley, Esq. of Haverah Park, leased by the crown to Gervase Markham 5 James I.

Observations on the title to Haverah Park  WYL230/767  28 Aug 1639

Contents:
Tracing its ownership from 43 Edward III. Also William Ingilby's consent to the purchase.

Assignment of a lease  WYL230/768  6 Nov 1639

Contents:
From William Ingilby of Ripley, Esq., to Francis Apelby of Lirtington, gent., of Haverah Park, for the remainder of a term of 40 years at an annual rent of £23.6s.8d to the King, and £4.16s for 6 wether sheep.

Rough copy of bargain and sale  WYL230/769  ? 1639

Contents:
From John Highlond, alderman, London, Edward Dichfeild, salter, Humphrey Clark, dyer, and Francis Mosse, secretary, London to Peter Middleton of Stockeld, knight, and William Mallory of Studley, Esq., of Haverah Park, reciting letters patent of 25 Sept. 4 Charles I and lease for 99 years of 10 Jan 14 James I.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/770  8 May 1640

Contents:
From John Highlond, alderman of London, Edward Dichfeild, salt worker, Humphrey Clarke, dyer, and Francis Mosse, scrivener, commissioners for disposing of royal lands, to Peter Middleton of Stockeld, knight, and William Mallory of Studley, esq., of Haverah Park, rendering annually £3.6s.8d.
(Endorsement of enrolment on dorse of close rolls).

Assignment  WYL230/771  8 May 1640

Contents:
From Robert Michell, William Williams, Walter Marks and Robert Marsh, citizens of London, to William Ingleby of Ripley, esq., of Haverah Park for the remainder of a term of 99 years, reciting a Crown lease to Sir Francis Bacon and others.

Declaration  WYL230/772  27 Jul 1640

Contents:
By Sir Peter Middleton of Stockeld, knight, and William Mallory of Studley, esq., that a bargain and sale of Haverah Park of 8 May 1640 was in trust for Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, esq..

Bill for consideration to patentees, copies of documents and other expenses  WYL230/773  Nd [17th century]

Contents:
(Connected with the purchase of Haverah Park) signed by Sidenham Lukins.

Copies of deeds of James I Sir John Walter and others and Charles I concerning Haverah Park  WYL230/774  17th cent

Paper book with parchment covers.

Contents:
With some details of the property at the beginning.

Short notes on the history of Knaresborough and the Duchy of Lancaster, Henry III - Edward IV.  WYL230/775  Mid 17th cent


Related information: Found rolled with papers concerning Haverah Park.

Lease  WYL230/776  11 Nov 1657

Contents:
From Henry Ingilby of Killinghall, gent., to Anthony Salvin of Newcastle upon Tyne, gent., one of the younger sons of Jarrand Salvin of Croxdale, co. Durham, esq., of the park called Haverah Park and all buildings etc. belonging to it for 57 years at 4 pence annual rent.

Defeasance of a lease of Haverah Park  WYL230/777  11 Nov 1657

Contents:
From Henry Ingilby of Killinghall, gentleman, to Anthony Salvin of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, gentleman, one of the sons of Gerard Salvin of Croxdale, co. Durham, if Ingilby pays £1,060. Also counterpart.

Copy inquest of 35 Edward I  WYL230/778  1686

Contents:
Into whether Haverah Park and Haya Park are within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Mortgage and disentailing deed by lease and release  WYL230/779  28 & 29 Sep 1762

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley Bart., to William Masterman of Gray's Inn, gent., of Haverah Park to the use of a recovery to be to the use of Hannah Jackson of Guisborough in Cleveland, widow to secure £2,000, Ralph Jackson of Guisborough, gent., also being a party.

Agreement  WYL230/780  30 Sep 1762

Contents:
By Sir John Ingilby Bart., that he and his heirs will keep a sum of £2,000 borrowed from Mrs. Hannah Jackson for 5 years, paying interest which accrues, unless Mrs. Jackson requires it sooner.

Copy of an exemplification of a recovery  WYL230/781  Michaelmas Term 1762

Contents:
Brought by Ralph Jackson against William Masterman of property in Haverah Park and Knaresborough Forest, Sir John Ingilby being vouched to warranty.

Grant  WYL230/782  20 Jun 1804

Contents:
From William Chaytor the elder and William Chaytor the younger of Spennithorn, esqs., to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a fee farm rent of £3.6s.8d from Haverah Park. Also a copy.

HESSLE (W.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL230/783  20 Sep 1599

Contents:
From Samson Ingilby of Spofforth Park, gent., to Samuel Saltonstall of Huntwick Grange gent., of 3 parts of the capital messuage and farm called Heysell Hall in Hessle in the parish of Wragby and 3 parts of all buildings, lands etc., belonging to it in Hessle, Purston Jaglin, Ackworth and Wragby.

KILLINGHALL  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/784  27 Feb 1549

Contents:
From James Pulleyn of Killinghall to John Beane of Killinghall, yeoman, of a close called Chapel Park in Killinghall.

Admission  WYL230/785  Late 17th cent copy

Contents:
At court held at Knaresborough of James Pulleyn of Killinghall Esq. to one acre of waste on the moor of Killinghall with licence to enclose, liberty to take rabbits, and pasture on the moor, rendering 20 pence annually.
4 July 1555

Bargain and sale  WYL230/786  31 Aug 1635

Contents:
From Henry Wythes of Killinghall, gent., and Thomas Wythes of Killinghall, gent., his brother, to Edward Killingbeck of Chapel Allerton, gent., of all the freehold part of closes in Killinghall called Braycroft, Intack, Fleets, Holmes and Crooke of the Holmes.
Also feoffment of same date.

Surrender  WYL230/787  2 Sep 1635

Contents:
By Henry Withes and Elizabeth his wife to the use of Edward Killingbeck of Chapel Allerton of 2 acres in closes called Braycroft, Intack, Fletes, Holmes and Crooked Holmes in Killinghall in the forest of Knaresborough.

Exemplification of a fine  WYL230/788  Michaelmas Term 1635

Contents:
Between Edward Killingbeck, gent., querent, and Henry Withes, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, and Thomas Withes, gent., deforciants, of 30 acres land, 30 acres meadow, and 30 acres pasture in Killinghall.

Exemplification of a common recovery  WYL230/789  Hilary Term 1636

Contents:
Brought by Robert Benson and Robert Killingbeck against Edward Killingbeck concerning 30 acres land, 30 acres meadow and 30 acres pasture in Killinghall.

Copy of inquisition post mortem of Robert Killingbeck of Barrowby Grange.  WYL230/790  8 Apr 1636

Exemplification of a fine  WYL230/791  Michaelmas Term 1637

Contents:
Between Charles Tankard, esq., and Henry Tankard, gent., querents and Christopher Hogg, gent., and Anne his wife, deforciants, of 10 acres pasture in Killinghall.

Settlement by feoffment  WYL230/792  20 Aug 1643

Contents:
From Edward Killingbeck of Allerton Grange, gent., to Sir Thomas Gascoygne of Barnbow, bart., Benjamin Waide of New Grange, gent., Thomas Jackson of Leeds, gent., and James Pinckney of Leeds, linen weaver of all the freehold part of closes in Killinghall called Braycrofte, Intack, Fleets, Holmes and Crook of Holmes, and Sand Croft and Smythie Croft, to hold to the use of Edward for life, then of Robert Killingbeck his second son; with power of attorney to John Sowden of Moor Allerton to deliver seisin.

Articles of purchase  WYL230/793  29 Mar 1655

Contents:
By which Henry Tankard of Killinghall, gent., agrees to surrender according to the custom of the Forest of Knaresborough to the use of Henry Ingleby of Killinghall, gent., 5 messuages and 46½ acres land in Killinghall, assign 3 closes for the term of his (Tankard's) life and make a good estate of the 10 acres of freehold land to Ingleby.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/794  20 Jul 1663

Contents:
From Robert Kyllingbecke of Moor Allerton in the parish of Leeds, gent., to Gabriel Layton of Barrowby, gent., and Richard Fishwicke of Moor Allerton, gent., of all freehold parts of closes called Braycrofte, Intacke, Fleets, Holmes and Crooke of the Holmes in Killinghall.

Admission  WYL230/795  10 Aug 1664

Contents:
Of Robert Killingbeck, gent., to 2 acres in Killinghall within the Forest of Knaresborough held by his late father, Edward Killingbeck, formerly of Chapel Allerton.

Release  WYL230/796  14 Oct 1664

Contents:
From Isabel Killingbeck, widow of Edward Killingbeck of Chapel Allerton, to Sir William Inglebye of Ripley, Bart., of her jointure and dower in closes called Braycrofte, Intacke, Fleets, Holmes and Crooke of the Holmes conveyed to Sir William by Robert Killingbeck her son, Gabriel Layton and Richard Fishwicke.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/797  18 Oct 1664

Slightly damaged by mice.

Contents:
From Robert Killingbeck of Moor Allerton in the parish of Leeds, gent., Gabriel Layton of Barrowby, gent., and Richard Fishwicke of Moor Allerton, gent., to Sir William Ingleby of Ripley, Bart., of the freehold part of closes in Killinghall called Braycrofte, Intack, Fleets, Holmes and Crooke of the Holmes.

Feoffment  WYL230/798  4 Feb 1665

Contents:
From William Beane of Killinghall, yeoman, and Frances Beane his wife, to Sir William Ingilbie of Ripley, Bart., of freehold land in closes in Killinghall called Holmes and Goose Holme Head.

Exemplification of a fine  WYL230/799  Michaelmas Term 1665

Contents:
Between William Inglebye, Bart., querent, and Robert Killingbeck, gent., Gabriel Laton, Richard Fishwicke, William Deane and Frances his wife of 35 acres land, 35 acres meadow and 30 acres pasture in Killinghall and Nidd.
Fragments of seal wrapped in paper concerning lawsuit.

Abstract of title to a corn mill and land at Killinghall  WYL230/800  1834

Contents:
Late the property of William Hartley, 1768-1834

Certificate of acknowledgement  WYL230/801  30 Jul 1836

Contents:
By Ann wife of George Milner of Sawley, farmer, of an indenture of 31 May 1836 between (1) Samuel Stocks, (2) John Hartley, Charles Henry Hartley and Mary Hartley (3) Francis Buck and Samuel Powell, (4) John Hartley a minor (5) George and Ann Milner (6) Sir W.A. Ingilby.

Deeds concerning Killinghall mill and lands sold to Sir W.A. Ingilby 31 May 1836  WYL230/802  1768 - 1877

Contents:
And the fee farm rent issuing from there conveyed to Sir Henry Day Ingilby 4 May 1877, including abstract of title to the rent 1763 - 1873 and mentioning the names of John Strother and John Hartley.

KIRKBY MALZEARD (W.R.) AND THIRSK (N.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Lease  WYL230/803  10 Feb 1595

Contents:
From the Rt. Hon. William Earl of Derby etc. to John Hanforth of Thirsk, yeoman, of 2 closes called Thisley Closes and 6 cattlegates in Low Hagberie Howe, all parcel of the demesnes of Woodhill Field, for 21 years at 32 shillings annual rent.

Copy of lease  WYL230/804  20 Oct 1595

Contents:
From the Rt. Hon. William Earl of Derby etc., to Frances Horsman the younger of Kirkby Malzeard, husbandman of a messuage and 18 acres in the Low Closes, parcel of the demesne lands of Kirkby Malzeard for 21 years at 28s 4d annual rent.

Copy of a lease  WYL230/805  20 Oct 1595

Contents:
From the Rt. Hon. William, Earl of Derby etc., to Vincent Pickersgill of Kirkby Malzeard, husbandman, of a messuage and land in Kirkby Malzeard for 21 years at 6s 8d annual rent.

Copy of lease  WYL230/806  20 Oct 1595

Contents:
From the Rt. Hon. William Earl of Derby, etc., to John Richmond the elder of Skelden within the parish of Kirkby Malzeard, husbandman of a messuage in Skelden with common of pasture for 21 years at 17s 6d annual rent.
(Contemporary copy).

Copy of lease  WYL230/807  20 Oct 1595

Contents:
From the Rt. Hon. William Earl of Derby etc., to John Tuke the younger of Kirkby Malzeard, yeoman, of a messuage and 16 acres in the Low Close commonly called Lanwyth Copstere Paddock and Corn Close for 21 years at 26s 4d annual rent.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/808  9 Nov 1596

Contents:
From the Rt. Hon. William Earl of Derby to Thomas Dyke of Pepingburye or Penburye, Kent, gent., and Humphrey Curteys of Manchester, gent., the Earl's servant, of all the wood in a wood at Thirsk called Dowland, Dowlandes Woodes or Dowland Wood.

Indenture  WYL230/809  19 Feb 1597

Contents:
By which William Earl of Derby, on the submission of those against whom he has exhibited a bill in Star Chamber for laying open inclosed land in the lordship of Kirkby Malzeard and at the request of William Ingleby his steward, grants that 100 acres of common at Swetton occupied by John Atkinson shall be inclosed, improved and enjoyed in severalty, Bowes Intack shall be in severalty as before, pieces of waste called Lady Hill, Respill Knotte and Hollyn Bank shall lie open, and his suit will not be prosecuted further.

Award  WYL230/810  30 Dec 1598

Contents:
By George Earl of Cumberland, Lord Clifford, etc., that if the Earl of Derby does not want a lease to William Ingilby of Kirkby Malzeard and Thirsk to be surrendered and extinguished, he is to pay £330, and, if he wants to redeem it and accept a surrender, £140 over and above £520.

Assignment  WYL230/811  17 Jul 1604

Contents:
From Sampson Ingilby of Spofforth, gent., to Thomas Day of Bondgate near Ripon and Thomas Ingilby of Brimham Park, gent., of the manors of Thirsk and Kirkby Malzeard, assigned to him by his brother, Sir William Ingilby of Ripley.

KNARESBOROUGH  [no ref. or date]

Assignment  WYL230/812  25 Nov 1635

Contents:
From Sir Henry Clovile of Hanningfield, Essex, knight, and William Goldingham of Gray's Inn, esq., by the appointment of Sir William Fitch of Ramsden, Essex, knight, to John Denny of Howe, Norfolk, esq., and Hammond Claxton of Boston, Norfolk, gent., of a mortgage term in Haya Park and a piece of land near it called the Veevers.

Assignment  WYL230/813  26 Nov 1635

Contents:
From Maurice Barrow of Barningham, Suffolk, esq., Thomas Cornwalleys of Lincoln, esq., and Hammond Claxton of the parish of St. Giles in the Fields, Middlesex, esq., at the direction of Sir William Fitch of Ramsden, Essex, knight, to William Rawley of Landbeach, Cambridge, and Charles Cornwalleys of Wolverhampton, Staffs., of Haya Park and a piece of ground called the Veevers for the remainder of any terms unexpired.

Assignment  WYL230/814  20 May 1636

Contents:
From John Denny of Howe, Norfolk, esq., Hammond Claxton of Boston, Norfolk, gent., William Rawley of Landbeach, Cambridgeshire, D.D., and Charles Cornwallis of Wolverhampton, Staffs., esq., to Sir Henry Clovile of Hanningfield, Essex, knight, William Goldingham of Gray's Inn, esq., Maurice Barrowe of Barningham, Suffolk, esq., Thomas Cornwallis of Lincoln, esq., and Hammond Claxton of St. Giles in the Fields, Middlesex, of Haya Park and a piece of land called the Veevers in or near the parish of Knaresborough for the remainder of a term of years, in trust for Sir William Fitch of Ramsden, Essex.

Feoffment  WYL230/815  2 Mar 1639

Contents:
From Sir William Fitch of Woodhamwater, Essex, knight, to Robert Lowther of London, merchant and Anthony Bedingfeild of London, merchant, of Haya Park.

LEEDS  [no ref. or date]

Testimony  WYL230/816  10 Nov 1561

Contents:
Signed by a number of people, that James Cook is rightful heir to a house and tenements in Leeds, once the property of John Sargentson.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/817  19 Apr 1586

Contents:
From William Ingleby of Ripley, esq., to Richard Mennell of North Kilvington, gent., and Christopher Lynesse of Pickhall, yeo., of a fourth part of Whytwood or Weetwood and Leedeswroy or Leedeswray in the parishes of Kirkstall, Adel and Leeds.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/818  31 Mar 1593

Contents:
From William Inglebye of Ripley, esq., and Cyril Arthington of Arthington, esq., to William Oglethorppe of Roundhay, esq., Robert Lyttlewodd of Brandon, John Smythson of Burdenhead, Thomas Hyntchliff of Bargrange, Richard Thornhill of Leeds and Richard Smythe of Headingley, yeomen, of the wood called Whitwood or Weetwood and Ledeswroye or Ledeswraye (Leeds Wray) with all buildings etc., in the town fields and parishes of Kirkstall, Adel and Leeds, except for the fourth part of these woods, granted to Richard Mennell.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/819  1 May 1595

Contents:
From Cyril Arthingtonne of Arthington, esq., to William Ingelbie of Ripley, esq., of the woods called Whitewood or Weetwood and Leedswroye or Leedswraye in Kirkstall, Adel and Leeds.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/820  26 Mar 1596

Contents:
From William Ingleby of Ripley, esq., to Robert Litlewood of Brandon, John Smithson of Burden Head, Thomas Hintchliffe of Bargrange and Richard Thornill of Leeds, yeomen, of the woods called Whitwood or Wetewood and Ledeswroye or Ledeswraye with all buildings etc., in the towns, fields and parishes of Kirkstall, Adel and Leeds, except the fourth part granted to Richard Mennell.

Copy of a fine  WYL230/821  Michaelmas Term 1671

Contents:
Between Thomas Slingsby knight and bart and Sutton Oglethorpe esq., querents, and Richard Aldbrough esq. and Mary his wife, deforciants, of the manor of East Armley and 20 messuages, 10 cottages, a water mill, 200 acres land, 200 acres meadow, 400 acres pasture, 100 acres furze and heath and 100 acres moor in East Armley and Holbeck.

Opinion of Christopher Driffeild  WYL230/822  1678 - 1685

Contents:
That the fee simple of the manor of East Armley and a water cornmill in Holbeck rests in Sir Thomas Slingsby and Sutton Oglethorpe.

Copy of lease and release  WYL230/823  26 & 27 Mar 1729

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby, Bart., Lord of the Manor of Armley, to Rev. Joseph Cookson, clerk, William Cookson Esq. and Thomas Sawer Esq., all of Leeds, of waste called Armley Moor, to hold in trust to maintain the minister of the chapel of Armley and his successors.

MALHAM  [no ref. or date]

Lease  WYL230/824  12 Oct 1551

Contents:
From Sir John Gressham of Brimham, knight, to Miles Toller of Malwaterhouse in Craven, yeoman, of half of a farm called Malwaterhousse (i.e. Water Houses in Malham), now occupied by Thomas Toller, Miles' father, for 21 years at 22s 2d annual rent.

MARKINGTON  [no ref. or date]

Lease  WYL230/825  30 Mar 1581

Contents:
From William Gresham of Westram, Kent, esq., to Thomas Atkinson of Morker in the parish of Ripon, yeoman, of a farm, being the west end of Morker (in the township of Markington) with lands for 21 years at £19 annual rent.

MARSTON  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL230/826  12 Jun 1578

Contents:
From William Ingelby of Brantingham, Esq., to John Akame of Hutton Wandesley, husbandman of 2 messuages and lands in Marston.

NEWBY  [no ref. or date]

Lease  WYL230/827  26 Jul 1592

Contents:
From Marmaduke Ward of Mulwith, gent., to Michael Steyle of Skelton, yeoman, of a close of pasture called Mylner Lease and another close called Ellas Bank in Mulwith, lying next to the River Ure for 7 years at a penny rent.

NEWLAND (E.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL230/828  11 Jul 1556

Contents:
From Thomas Langdayle of Santon, esq., to Anthony Smethelay of Thorpe Brantingham, esq., of a messuage, croft, and 3 closes, 2 closes called Beane Closes, 2 closes called Snawball Lands and one close called Gayres in Newlands in the parish of Eastrington.

Power of attorney  WYL230/829  27 Jul 1556

Contents:
From Anthony Smetheley of Thorp Brantingham, esq., to Robert Constable of Thorp Brantingham, gent, to recover possession of a messuage, a croft, 3 closes, 2 closes called Beane Closes, 2 closes called Snaball Lands and 2 closes called Gayres in Newland in the parish of Eastrington.

Quitclaim  WYL230/830  20 Aug 1556

Contents:
From Anthony Langdayle of Santon, esq., to Anthony Smethelay of Thorpe Brantingham, esq., of a messuage and croft in Newland in the parish of Eastrington, 2 closes called Beane Closes, 2 closes called Snawball Lands and 2 closes called Gayres which Smethelay has of the gift of Thomas Langdayle.

Quitclaim  WYL230/831  20 Aug 1556

Contents:
From Thomas Langdayle of Santon in the county of York Esq. to Antony Smethelay of Thorpe Brantingham in co of York Esq. of 1 messuage and one croft adjoining the said messuage in Newland in the parish of Eastrington in occupation of Robert Palmer containing 9 acres; 2 closes called Beane Closes adjoining the said 9 acres on south lately in occupation of Thomas Langdayle, containing 14 acres; 2 closes called Snawball Land adjoining Beane Closes in south occupied by Robert Palmer, William Wardrope and Peter Atkinson, containing 7 acres; and 2 closes called Gayres adjoining Snawball Lands in south, occupied by Robert Palmer, William Wardrope and Peter Atkynson, containing 20 acres.

Quitclaim  WYL230/832  20 Aug 1556

Contents:
From Isabel Sayntequyntyne of Santon to Anthony Smethelay of Thorpe Brantingham, esq., of a messuage and croft in Newland in the parish of Eastrington, 2 closes called Beane Closes, 2 closes called Snawball Lands, and 2 closes called Gayres.

NORTH AND SOUTH CAVE (E.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Assignment  WYL230/833  3 Jul 1566

Contents:
From Anthony Smetheley of Brantingham, esq., to William Ellerker of Ellerker, esq., of his interest in the mansion house of the late prebend or parsonage of South Cave, leased to him and Christopher Eastofte by Sir Henry Nevell of Sunninghall, Berks., 1 Nov. 7 Elizabeth for 21 years, paying £20 annually to Sir Henry.

Copy of lease  WYL230/834  18 Jun 1591

Contents:
From the Crown to William Ingleby, esq., of a parcel of the possessions late of William Ellerker in the East Riding viz. 2 parts of the rectory of North Cave, 2 parts of a capital messuage called Heyholme Grange with lands, and 2 parts of 2 messuages, cottages and lands belonging to that messuage, for the minority of John Ellerker, at an annual rent of £4.11s.11d to be paid to the feodary of the East Riding.
At the end is a note of enrolment in the Court of Wards and Liveries.
Michaelmas Term 1618.

Extract from record of Court of Wards and Liveries  WYL230/835  1591-2

Contents:
Concerning lands and tenements late of William Ellerker, William Ingleby, Esq., having a lease of the rectory of North Cave, East Riding.

Copy order of the Court of Wards and Liveries  WYL230/836  Hilary Term 1613

Contents:
That processes be laid against Sir Thomas Metham and other occupiers of the rectory of North Cave and issue against Sir William Ingleby and his lands in Ellerker and any other of his lands which were William Ellerker's.

Copy order of the court of Wards and Liveries  WYL230/837  4 Dec 1618

Contents:
That processes be set on a third part of the rectory of North Cave, Hayholme Grange and messuages and cottages in Ellerker, which William Ellerker's wife should have in dower, and William Inglebie, his lands and occupiers be discharged of the same.

NORTH DEIGHTON  [no ref. or date]

North Deighton Manor  [no ref. or date]

Copy of the will of Nicholas Middilton of North Deighton  WYL230/838(a)  14 May 1500

Slightly tattered

Contents:
Including bequests to the churches of Kirk Deighton and Spofforth.

Copy of a deposition at York  WYL230/838(b)  1 Oct 1517

Slightly tattered

Contents:
Concerning land in North Deighton conveyed by Nicholas Mydelton to trustees

Copy of inquisition post mortem of Nicholas Myddelton taken at Doncaster.  WYL230/838(c)  16 Mar 1518

Slightly tattered

Copy or draft settlement before the marriage of Robert son and heir of William Plompton and Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Lord Clyfford.  WYL230/838(d)  Nd

Slightly tattered

Settlement made before the marriage of Robert Sotehill and Elizabeth Mydilton  WYL230/839  23 Sep 1520

Contents:
Which is to take place before the following Michaelmas by which it is agreed by Sir John Rouclyff, knight, William Babthropp and Robert Sotehill that within 3 years of the marriage Sotehill will make over to Henry, Earl of Northumberland, Isabel Ward, William Thwaites of Marston and Thomas Mydilton son and heir to Sir William Mydilton an estate to the yearly value of £10 for the term of Elizabeth's life, and that if Robert dies within 3 years, John and William will within 3 months have this estate made over or else an annual rent of £10 during Elizabeth's life; and that after 8 years of marriage Robert will make over an estate or an annual rent of £10 to Elizabeth.

Confirmation from Henry Earl of Northumberland and Robert Ratcliff  WYL230/840  6 Jan 1522

Contents:
To accomplish the will of Nicholas Middilton, to Isabel, Nicholas's wife of the manor of North Deighton and lands there and in Barrowby for life, remainder to Elizabeth Sotehill, one of Nicholas's daughters, wife of Robert Sotehill, and her heirs of the body, except for a messuage and lands in the tenure of John Lewte and a messuage and lands in the tenure of Thomas Hor reversion to Emmot Mering, Nicholas's other daughter, with power of attorney to John Wodburne and Thomas Herryson to deliver seisin.

Feoffment  WYL230/841  17 Jun 1526

Contents:
From Elizabeth Sotehill, widow, one of the daughters of Nicholas Midilton of North Deighton, esq., to Thomas Midilton, esq., son and heir apparent of William Midilton, knight, Brian Palmer, William Twate, esq., William Babthorppe, Robert his son and Thomas Salven, gents., of the manor of North Deighton to the use of Elizabeth and her heirs.

Copy of letters patent  WYL230/842  Early 16th cent

Contents:
To John Constable and Johanna his wife and Elizabeth Sotehyll concerning the issues of lands of Elizabeth Sotehyll, deceased, mother of Johanne and Elizabeth.

Quitclaim  WYL230/843  20 Mar 1541

Contents:
From Robert Roos of Ingmanthorpe to William Skrymsher and Elizabeth his wife and the heirs of Elizabeth of the manor of North Deighton and all other lands etc. in North Deighton.

Award of William Babthorp of Osgodby, knight  WYL230/844  18 May 1548

Contents:
In a dispute between Robert Rosse of Ingmanthorpe, esq., and William Skrymsher of North Deighton, esq., concerning certain enclosures made between Rosse's manor of South Deighton (Kirk Deighton) and the manor of North Deighton.

Copy of inquisition made before the escheator  WYL230/845  1549-50

Tattered roll

Contents:
Concerning the manor of North Deighton and property in Barrowby, mentioning Elizabeth Skrymsher, and reciting several documents beginning with a writ of entry of Easter Term?? Henry VII.
Endorsed 3 Edward VI

Agreement  WYL230/846  4 Jul 1554

Contents:
Between Sir William Babthorpe of Osgodby, knight, and William Skrymsher of North Deighton, gent., that Skrymsher will deliver to Sir William evidence concerning the manor of North Deighton and lands in North Deighton, Ilkley and Aldborough claimed by Henry Sothell as heir to Elizabeth Sothell daughter of Nicholas Mydletone and about which a bill of complaint has been made before the Council of the North, with summaries of the deeds concerned.

Pedigree tracing descent of land in North Deighton etc.  WYL230/847  16th cent

Contents:
In Roos family and Middelton family as far as Elizabeth Skrymsher on one side, Robert Roos on the other.

Award  WYL230/848  16 Apr 1555

Contents:
Of William Vavasour of Hazlewood, knight, Edmund Malleverer of Wethersome, knight, John Middelton of Stockeld, esq., and Henry Gooderyke of Great Ribstone, esq. between William Skrymsher of North Deighton, esq., and Anthony Askham of South Deighton, priest, concerning the enclosure of a field called Huberdfeld in North Deighton from another field called Huberdfeld in South Deighton, adjoining the first.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/849  2 Apr 1559

Contents:
From Henry Sothell of North Deighton, gentleman, to Robert Roos of Ingmanthorpe, Esq., for £6.13s.4d of all his wood on North Deighton moor.

Settlement before marriage  WYL230/850  11 Nov 1578

Contents:
Of Arthur Sothell son and heir of Henry Sothell of North Deighton, gent., and Susan Whitfelde, daughter of Richard Whitfelde of Cowhouse in Craven, gent., by which Henry declares that feoffees of the manor of North Deighton and lands there will hold them to his use and agrees to convey these premises to Thomas Prockter, Francis Woodd, Lionel Whitfelde and Miles Escrick, to hold part to the use of Arthur and Susan, to provide a jointure for Susan, and their heirs, the rest to the use of Henry for life, giving Arthur and Susan housebot, hedgebot etc., so that Susan will not take another husband, and after Henry's death to provide an annuity for his younger son Thomas. Also counterpart.

Feoffment  WYL230/851  15 Nov 1578

Contents:
From Henry Sothell of North Deighton, gentleman, in performance of an indenture between him and Richard Whitfeld of Cowhouse in Craven concerning the marriage of Arthur Sothell, Henry's son and heir, and Susanna Whitfeld, daughter of Richard given 11 Nov. 20 Elizabeth, to Thomas Prockter, Francis Woodd Lionel Whitfeld and Miles Eskricke, of the close in North Deighton called Rough Close, and all the meadow adjoining the said close, called Tomling Inge, all the wood next to the said close, all the close called Vivers and that part of his mansion house from the chapel to the stable and all his barn, the portion of the house called the wheat lathe, a piece of land called Hempe Garth, and a piece called Cowe Lande.

Feoffment  WYL230/852  18 Nov 1578

Contents:
From Henry Sothell of North Deighton, gentleman, in performance of the covenant between him and Richard Whitfeld of Cowhouse in Craven, gentleman, concerning the marriage between Arthur Sothell son and heir of Henry and Susanna Whitfeld, Richard's daughter, of 11 Nov. 20 Elizabeth, to Thomas Prockter, Francis Woodd Lionel Whitfeld and Miles Eskricke of all his manor of North Deighton and all lands etc. in North Deighton.

Feoffment  WYL230/853  9 Aug 1593

Contents:
From Thomas Briggs of Cookridge, clothier, and Thomas Hodgson of Bowling, yeoman, to Arthur Sothell of North Deighton of messuages and lands in North Deighton lately in the tenure of William Schrimshawe and late belonging to Arthington Priory with power of attorney to Henry Hicke of North Deighton and George Howseman to deliver seisin.

Feoffment  WYL230/854  9 Mar 1600

Contents:
From Rose Ramsden of North Deighton, widow, to Arthur Sothell of North Deighton, gent., of all meastedes, lands, etc. now in his possession but belonging to a messuage in North Deighton.

Settlement before marriage  WYL230/855  6 Jun 1601

Contents:
Of William Sothell, son of Arthur Sothell of North Deighton, gent., and Dorothy, daughter of Thomas Beverley of Selby, esq., by which Henry and Arthur Sothell covenant to grant a manor house and lands in North Deighton to Ralph Babthrope esq., Andrew Yonge, Francis Wood and Richard Paver, gents., to be reserved for the use of William and Dorothy and their heirs.

Copy of statute merchant  WYL230/856  4 Mar 1603

Contents:
From Arthur Sothell of North Deighton, esq., and William Sothell, gent., his son and heir to Richard Paver of Braham, gent., in £200.
(Contemporary copy with note of redemption 5 Sept. 1607).

Lease  WYL230/857  21 Nov 1603

Contents:
From Arthur Soithill of North Deighton, gent., and William Soithill his son and heir, to Anthony Geldert of York, armourer, and Beatrix his wife, of closes called Hall Wood, Inner Park, Stoned Horse Park, Hillclose, Horton close, and the Ridings, with the reversion and rent of a farm, for 9 years at 4 pence annual rent.

Feoffment  WYL230/858  1604-5

Contents:
From Henry Sothell of North Deighton, gent., to Thomas Beverley of Selby esq., and Richard Paver, Andrew Young and John Beverley the younger of his manor house and lands in North Deighton in trust to the use of Henry for life, then of Arthur Sothell, then of William, Arthur's son, etc.

Quietus  WYL230/859  Early 17th cent

Contents:
To the tenants of 2 parts of the land of Henry Suttell seized by the crown on account of his recusancy, for a farm for 7 years, from 39 Elizabeth to 2 James I.

Exemplification of a fine  WYL230/860  Michaelmas Term 1611


Related information: See also Accession 3/65 for copy bargain and sale, 5 July 1611

Contents:
Between William Ingilbye, knight, querent, and Arthur Sothell and Anne his wife and William Sothell his son and heir of the manor of North Deighton and 10 messuages, 10 cottages, 20 barns, 2 water mills, a dovecote, 20 gardens, 20 orchards, 300 acres land, 150 acres meadow, 300 acres pasture, 40 acres wood, 300 acres moor and 40 shillings rent in North Deighton, Kirk Deighton, Spofforth, Kirkby Overblow, and Barrowby.

Extract from court of Common Pleas  WYL230/861  Michaelmas Term 1611


Related information: See also Accession 3/65 for copy bargain and sale, 5 July 1611

Contents:
Concerning a plea of covenant of the manor of North Deighton and tenements and 40 shillings rent in North Deighton, Kirk Deighton, Spofforth, Kirkby Overblow and Barrowby, between William Ingilbie, knight, and Arthur Sothell gentleman, and Anna his wife.

Exemplification of a recovery  WYL230/862  Hilary Term 1612


Related information: See also Accession 3/65 for copy bargain and sale, 5 July 1611

Contents:
Brought by Thomas Ingilbye, gent., and John Rayner against William Ingilbye, Knight, concerning the manor of North Deighton and 10 messuages, 2 water mills, a dovecote, 20 gardens, 300 acres land, 50 acres meadow, 300 acres pasture, 40 acres wood, 300 acres moor and 40 shillings rent in North Deighton, Kirk Deighton, Spofforth, Kirkby Overblow and Barrowby, Arthur Sothell, gent., and William his son being vouched to warranty.

Exemplification of a fine  WYL230/863  Easter Term 1651

Contents:
Between Henry Arthington, esq., and Allan Bellingham, esq., querents and William Ingleby, knight and bart., deforciant, of the manor of North Deighton and 14 messuages, 10 cottages, 20 barns, 2 mills, a dovecote, 20 gardens, 20 orchards, 350 acres land, 150 acres meadow, 300 acres pasture, 40 acres wood, 300 acres furze and heath, and 60 shillings rent in North Deighton, Kirk Deighton, Kirkby Overblow, Spofforth, Sproatley, Studley, Ripon, and a prebend in the Church of Studley with tithes belonging to it.

Abstract of Sir William Ingilby's title to the manor of North Deighton.  WYL230/864  c1806

Contents:
1733-1806.

Grant  WYL230/865  10 Jun 1808

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Albany, Middlesex, Bart., to Lewis Disney Ffytche of Jermyn Street, parish of St. James, Middlesex, of an annuity of £200 from the manor of North Deighton and all his lands in North Deighton mentioned in a bargain and sale of 10 Sept. 1804, for the lives of John Disney, Sophia his wife, and Sophia Disney, John's daughter, Francis Fladgate to be trustee. Also a warrant of attorney from Sir William Ingilby to receive a declaration for him in an action of debt.

Grant  WYL230/866  2 Nov 1808

Contents:
From Sir William Ingelby of Albany, Middlesex, Bart., to Lewis Disney Ffytche of Jermyn Street, parish of St. James, Middlesex, esq., of an annuity of £180 from the manor of North Deighton and all his lands in North Deighton mentioned in a bargain and sale of 10 Sept. 1804, for the lives of John Disney, Sophia his wife and Sophia Disney, Francis Fladgate to be trustee.
Also a warrant of attorney from Sir William Ingilby to receive a declaration for him in an action of debt.

Surrender  WYL230/867  26 Jan 1819

Contents:
From Humphrey Fletcher of Boroughbridge esquire to Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a term of 500 years on property in North Deighton mortgaged 3 April 1785 by Sir John Ingilby to William Fletcher.

Mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/868  18 & 19 Nov 1825

Contents:
From Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., to Humphrey Fletcher of Minskip in the parish of Aldborough, gent., of the town, township, manor or lordship of North Deighton, messuages and lands (field - names) in North Deighton, the manor of Newsome and lands there (field-names) to secure £10,000.

Mortgage  WYL230/869  31 May 1826

Contents:
By Humphrey Fletcher of Minskip in the parish of Aldborough, gent., and Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., to Henry Thompson of Skelton, esq., and Thomas Hall Plumer, esq., one of the examiners of the High Court of Chancery of the town or manor of North Deighton with messuages and lands (field-names) to secure £10,000.

Messuage acquired from Richard Dickins  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL230/870  2 Sep 1607

Contents:
From Arthur Sothell of North Deighton, gent., and William Sothell his son and heir apparent to Simon Dickins of Fryton, yeoman, of a capital messuage, a cottage, 16 beastgates in the moor, 2 closes called Helme Closes, 4 beastgates in the Ox pasture, 50 acres land, waste ground, etc., in North Deighton.
Also counterpart.

Exemplification of a common recovery  WYL230/871  Hilary Term 1609

Contents:
Brought by Richard Dickins against Simon Dickins, concerning a messuage, 2 gardens, 60 acres land, 15 acres meadow, 24 acres pasture and 20 acres moor in North Deighton, Arthur Sothell, gent., and William Sothell his son and heir, being vouched to warranty.

Lease  WYL230/872  20 Mar 1631

Contents:
From George Ableson of Fryton in the parish of Hovingham, yeoman, and Richard Dickins of Foston, yeoman, to Robert Easterby of North Deighton, yeoman, of a messuage, stable, barn, orchard, garden, 2 closes called Helme Closes and 50 acres arable, in North Deighton, for 18 years at £13.6s.8d annual rent.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/873  20 Mar 1641

Contents:
From Richard Dyckins of Burythorpe, yeoman, to William Ingilbye of Ripley, esq., of a capital messuage and a cottage in North Deighton, 16 beastgates on North Deighton Moor, 2 closes called Helme Closes, 4 beastgates in the Ox Pasture and 50 acres lands.

Feoffment  WYL230/874  31 Mar 1641

Contents:
From Richard Dickins of Burithorpe, yeoman, to William Ingilbye of Ripley, esq., of a capital messuage in North Deighton, a cottage, 16 beastgates on North Deighton Moor, 2 closes called Helme Closes, 4 beastgates in the Ox Pasture, 50 acres, and waste in North Deighton.

Exemplification of a fine  WYL230/875  Easter Term 1641

Contents:
Between William Ingilbye, esq., querent, and Richard Dickins and Rebecca his wife, deforciants, of a messuage, a cottage, a barn, 2 gardens, an orchard, 60 acres land, 15 acres meadow, 24 acres pasture and 20 acres moor in North Deighton.

Note of fine between William Ingleby and Richard Dickins  WYL230/876  Easter Term 1641

Contents:
With receipt for post fine.

Capital messuage etc. acquired from William Chambers  [no ref. or date]

Quitclaim  WYL230/877  4 Jul 1515

Contents:
From Thomas Ellys and Thomas Lentton, chaplains, at the request of Alice Banke formerly wife of Thomas Chamber son of Christopher Chamber, to Thomas Chamber of lands and tenements in North Deighton which they had of the gift of Christopher Chamber.

Exemplification of a verdict of the court of King's Bench  WYL230/878  28 Apr 1534

Contents:
That Thomas Chamber did not die seised of a messuage and 80 acres in North Deighton, nor was this property held of the King as of his manor and fee of the Wapentake of Claro, but that Gregory Man was seised of the messuage and 80 acres to the use of Thomas Chambers' right heirs, and held them of William Skrymsher and Elizabeth his wife, in right of Elizabeth, as of their manor of North Deighton.

Settlement before marriage  WYL230/879  12 Jan 1548

Contents:
Of Peter Chamber son and heir of Thomas Chamber and Elizabeth Pollard daughter of John Pollard of York, 'monyour', by feoffment from Peter to Oswald Chamber, merchant, Robert Man, merchant, of the city of York, Bernard Pawer, yeoman, Percival Crafurth, Cuthbert Boyne, monyours, and Robert Water, yeoman, of his capital messuage and lands in North Deighton, to the use of Peter and Elizabeth for life, then their heirs, remainder to the right heirs of Peter.

Award by William Skrymsher of North Deighton  WYL230/880  28 Mar 1548

Contents:
In a dispute between Peter Chaumbre and Richard Snawdon concerning a lease from Chaumbre to Snawdon of a messuage and lands in North Deighton, giving the dates on which Chaumbre may enter various parts of the premises.

Bond  WYL230/881  6 Oct 1552

Contents:
Of Margaret Raystrycke of Selby, widow, to Peter Waykefeild of Pontefract, gent., and Peter Chamber of Deighton, yeoman, in £40, to keep them harmless concerning their bond for the administration of the goods of Leonard Raistricke of Selby, deceased.

Lease  WYL230/882  2 May 1553

Contents:
From Peter Chambre of North Deighton to William Lobley of Little Ribston of a moiety of a close in North Deighton called Smethye Hyll for 12 years.

Lease  WYL230/883  6 Jun 1557

Contents:
From Peter Chamber of North Deighton, yeoman, to Robert Hunter of Tockwith, the elder, husbandman, of a messuage and lands in North Deighton for 41 years at 33s 4d annual rent.

Grant of administration to Elizabeth Chambers of North Deighton, widow  WYL230/884  24 Oct 1558

Contents:
Of the goods and chattels of Peter Chambers her husband.

Confirmation by Elizabeth Chamers of North Deighton, widow  WYL230/885  17 Feb 1559

Contents:
Of a lease of 6 Dec. 6 Edward VI from Peter Chamers her husband to Bernard Pavor of Micklethwaite Grange, of a close of pasture called Smethie Hill, bounding on the Crimple in the north and the north field of Deighton on the south for 20 years.

Settlement by feoffment  WYL230/886  23 Apr 1588

Contents:
From Thomas Chambers of North Deighton to Robert Ramsden, clerk, archdeacon of York, Richard Bankes of Whixley, gent., Anthony Higgens, clerk, rector of South Deighton, and John Wrighte of Knaresborough, yeoman, of 2 messuages and lands in North Deighton, to the use of Thomas Chambers for life, then Katherine his wife, then Richard Chambers and his heirs, then Peter Chambers and his heirs, then Anthony Chambers and his heirs, then Thomas's heirs. This settlement is contained in 2 attached documents, the feoffment in Latin, and the uses in English.

Assignment  WYL230/887  16 Mar 1591

Contents:
From Henry Southill and Arthur Southill his son of North Deighton, gent., to Katherine Chambers of North Deighton, widow, of the wardship and marriage of Richard Chambers son and heir of Thomas Chambers, deceased.

Copy of the inquisition post mortem of Thomas Chambers late of North Deighton, yeoman, deceased.  WYL230/888  18 Mar 1591

Decree of the Court of Wards and Liveries  WYL230/889  Michaelmas Term 1600

Contents:
That the lands of Richard Chambers in North Deighton, formerly put in charge, are to be discharged, and, that all processes and seizures against the occupiers are also to be discharged, it being proved that the lands are held of Henry Sothell and not of the Crown.

Agreement  WYL230/890  20 Mar 1613

Contents:
Between Richard Chambers of North Deighton, gent., of one part, and Thomas Coghill and Thomas Wythes of Goldsborough, gents., of the other, that Chambers will levy a fine of 2 messuages, one cottage, 3 barns, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 100 acres land, 30 acres meadow, 60 acres pasture, 5 acres wood and 40 acres moor in North Deighton, to be to the use of Chambers.

Copy of agreement WYL230/890  WYL230/891  20 Mar 1613

Mortgage by lease  WYL230/892  20 Dec 1626

Contents:
From Richard Chambers of North Deighton, gent., to Sir Peter Middelton of Stockeld, knight, of a messuage in North Deighton, a croft, a close called Smythye Hills, 6 gates in the Ox pasture, commonly called the Ox Close, and other lands, for 90 years at one penny rent, to secure £108, or £90 if Ursula Middelton, Sir Peter's daughter, dies in the meantime.

Agreement  WYL230/893  10 Feb 1631

Contents:
Between Richard Chambers of North Deighton, gent. and Robert Chambers of Collingham, tanner, concerning the purchase of Richard's capital messuage and lands in North Deighton.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/894  10 Mar 1631

Contents:
From Richard Chambers of North Deighton, gent., to Robert Robinson of Linton of a messuage in North Deighton, a croft, a close called Smithye Hills, 6 gates in the ox pasture or Ox Close and other lands in North Deighton, in performance of a clause in a lease to Sir Peter Middleton.

Agreement  WYL230/895  17 Sep 1631

Contents:
By Robert Chambers of Collingham, yeoman, with William Chambers of Compton, yeoman, and Richard Tompson of East Keswick, yeoman, that the capital messuage and lands, lately purchased from Richard Chambers, will be held to the use of Robert for life, then of William Chambers his son, and that he will levy a fine of these premises to Chambers and Thompson at their request.

Lease  WYL230/896  1 Nov 1716

Contents:
From William Chambers of Ripon, apothecary, to Thomas Nursey of Ripley, yeoman, of a capital messuage and lands in North Deighton for a year at a peppercorn rent.

Deeds concerning a capital messuage and lands in North Deighton  WYL230/897  1631 - 1735

Contents:
Obtained by John Ingilby, esq., from William Chambers, 11 & 12 March 1735, mentioning also the names of Richard and Robert Chambers and mortgagees.

Letter from Edward Carter, Theakstone  WYL230/898  22 Feb 1736

Contents:
Concerning the conveyance of an estate at Kirk Deighton from Mr. Chambers.

Articles of purchase  WYL230/899  28 Feb 1736

Contents:
Between William Chambers of Ripon, surgeon, and John Ingilby of Ripley, esq., of a messuage and lands in North Deighton.

Letter from Edward Carter, Theakston  WYL230/900  31 Oct 1736

Contents:
To Mr. Wetherill at Sir John Ingilby's Ripley, asking about Sir John's decision concerning a fine, with draft reply from Sir John concerning deeds relating to property in North Deighton bought from Mr. Chambers, and expressing willingness to join in a fine.

Final concords (a pair)  WYL230/901  Hilary Term 1737

Contents:
Between John Ingilby, plaintiff, and William Chambers and Margaret his wife, deforciants, of a messuage, 40 acres land, 40 acres meadow and 40 acres pasture in North Deighton and Kirkby Overblow.

Deed to declare the uses of a fine  WYL230/902  15 Feb 1738

Contents:
Levied by William Chambers and Anne his wife to John Ingilby of Ripley esq., of a messuage and land in North Deighton and Kirkby Overblow of which one close called Toadhole is to the use of Christopher Pike of Harewood, gent.

Estate acquired from Walter Pallisser  [no ref. or date]

Deed, account and surveys  WYL230/903  1703-1759

Contents:
Copy of covenants concerning division of North Deighton moor.
1703.
Copy release from Francis Clark to Hugh Pallisser of messuages and lands in North Deighton, 10 March 1718/9
With note of charges for this and related deeds.
6 June 1719.
Account shares of fee farm rent from Mr. Wilson's estate at North Deighton.
1759.
Surveys of several farms in North Deighton and 2 surveys (paper books) of wood there.
Early 18th cent.

'A survey of our land in the common fields in North Deighton'.  WYL230/904(a)  1714

Contents:
Note at back '... this book delivered by Mr. Wilson in my purchase ...'

'Rents due to Captain Pallisser for field land at Lady Day.'  WYL230/904(b)  1716

Release of actions  WYL230/904(c)  24 Mar 1718

Contents:
From William Lynsley of North Deighton, husbandman to Hugh Palliser of North Deighton, gent.

Release of actions  WYL230/904(d)  14 Mar 1719

Contents:
From John Wilson of North Deighton, gent., to Hugh Pallisser of North Deighton.

Bond  WYL230/904(e)  24 Mar 1725

Contents:
Of Hugh Pallisser of North Deighton, esq., to Walter Palliser of Elvington, esq., in £2,200 to observe the covenants of a release of the same date.

Bond  WYL230/904(f)  10 Oct 1748

Contents:
Of Walter Pallisser of Stokeham, Notts., clerk to William Plant of York, gent., in £800 to secure payment of £400 in performance of a condition of a lease of the same date.

Bond  WYL230/904(g)  28 Feb 1756

Contents:
Of Walter Pallisser of Laneham, Notts. clerk, to Henry Thompson of York, esq., in £800 to secure payment of £400 in performance of a condition of a lease of the same date.

Title deeds concerning a capital messuage and lands in North Deighton  WYL230/905  1709 - 70

Contents:
Purchased from Rev. Walter Pallisser by Sir John Ingilby in 1770 also mentioning the names of John Wilson, Hugh Pallisser and various mortgagees.

Lease and release  WYL230/906  5 & 6 Apr 1770

Contents:
From Walter Pallisser of Laneham, Notts., clerk, eldest son and heir of Walter Pallisser late of North Deighton who died intestate, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a mansion house, a close of meadow, 73 acres arable, parcels of meadow in West Ing. part of the moor, and a close called Moor Lane Close in North Deighton.

Assignment  WYL230/907  6 Apr 1770

Contents:
From Margaret Grimston of York, widow, by the direction of Walter Pallisser of Laneham, Notts., clerk, son and heir of Walter Pallisser late of North Deighton, to Thomas Lamplugh of Copgrove, clerk, of a mortgage of a capital messuage and land in North Deighton for the remainder of a term of 500 years in trust for Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart.

Farm acquired from Francis Smyth  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/908  21 May 1631

Contents:
From Richard Chambers of North Deighton, gent., to Peter Chambers of the same, his brother, of a messuage, croft, close called Mower Close, common for 6 oxen in the Ox Close, common for 15 beasts in the stinted pasture, 35½ acres and all his other premises in North Deighton.

Probate copy of the will of Peter Chambers of North Deighton  WYL230/909  1662

Contents:
Made 25 Aug. 1652.

Mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/910  6 & 7 Jun 1681

Contents:
From James Hickman of North Deighton, yeoman, Katherine his wife and Peter Hickman his son and heir to Peter Dawson of York, gent., of a moiety of a messuage, a croft, a close called Moor Close, common for 6 oxen in the Oxclose, common for 15 beasts on the stinted pasture of North Deighton and 35½ acres land, to secure £84.16s.

Assignment of a mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/911  14 Apr 1685

Contents:
From James Hickman of North Deighton, yeoman, Katherine his wife, and Mary and Ann their daughters, with the consent of Peter Dawson of York, gent., their mortgagee, to William Barron of York, gent., of a moiety of a messuage, a croft, a close called Moor Close, common for 6 oxen in Oxclose, common for 15 beasts on the stinted common of North Deighton, and 35½ acres land, to secure £106.
Also counterpart release.

Lease and release  WYL230/912  19 & 20 Feb 1695

Contents:
From James Hickman of the Tower of London, gent., and Katherine his wife, to James Warwick of Kirke Overdale their son-in-law and Mary his wife of a moiety of a messuage, croft and close called Moor Close common for 6 oxen in Oxclose, common for 15 beasts on the pasture of North Deighton and 35½ acres in North Deighton.

Lease  WYL230/913  1 Jan 1700

Contents:
From James Warwick of Kirkby Underdale, gent., and Katharin Hickman of North Deighton, widow, of a moiety of a messuage, croft, close called Moor Close, common for 6 oxen in the Oxclose, common for 15 beasts on the pasture of North Deighton and 35½ acres land in North Deighton for a year at a peppercorn rent.

Lease and release  WYL230/914  19 & 20 Jan 1700

Contents:
From John Wilson of North Deighton, gent., to Katherine Dawson of York, widow, of a moiety of a messuage, croft, close called Moor Close, common for 6 oxen in Ox Close, common for 15 beasts on the pasture and 35½ acres land in North Deighton.

Settlement by lease and release  WYL230/915  14 & 15 Sep 1703

Contents:
From Catherine Dawson of York, widow, to William Garforth of York, merchant, and Thomas Tyreman of the same, gent., of 2 messuages and lands in Coneythorpe and Clareton to the use of Elizabeth wife of John Bowes and Catherine's daughter, a messuage in Skeldergate in the parish of St. John at Ouse Bridge, York, to the use of Dorothy Dawson, Catherine's daughter, and a moiety of a messuage, croft, close called Moor Close, common for 6 oxen in the Oxclose, pasture for 15 beasts on the stinted pasture of North Deighton and 35½ acres land to the use of Peter Dawson, Catherine's son.

Copy of lease and release  WYL230/916  (Copied Jun 1804)

Contents:
From Richard Mawhood and Samuel Wand of York, gents., at the direction of George Faceby of Huby, gent., to Elizabeth Bowes of York, widow, of the remainder of a moiety of messuages and lands in North Deighton, Kirk Deighton, Coneythorpe, Clareton, Upper and Nether Dunsforth and Great Ouseburn.
23 & 24, Feb. 1731.

Copy of quitclaim  WYL230/917  20 Jun 1752

Contents:
From George Faceby of Huby, gent., to Elizabeth Bowes of York, widow, of a moiety of lands in North Deighton, Kirk Deighton, Cunnistrope (Coneythorpe) Clareton, Upper and Nether Dunsforth and Great Ouseburn, and of property in Skeldergate, York, mentioned in indentures of 10 Dec. 6 George I.

Copy of final concord  WYL230/918  (Copied Jun 1804)

Contents:
Between William Bowes, gent., plaintiff, and Elizabeth Bowes, widow, deforciant, of a moiety of 4 messuages, 100 acres land, 60 acres meadow and 60 acres pasture in North Deighton, Kirk Deighton, Cunistrope (Coneythorpe?) Carleton, (Clareton) Upper and Nether Dunsforth and Great Ouseburn.
Michaelmas Term 1733

Copy of declaration  WYL230/919  (Copied Jun 1804)

Contents:
By William Bowes of York, gent., that a fine between him and Elizabeth Bowes of York, widow, of a moiety of messuages and lands in North Deighton, Kirk Deighton, Coneythorpe, Clareton, Upper and Nether Dunsforth and Great Ouseburn, will be to the use of Elizabeth.
5 April 1734.

Copy of lease and release  WYL230/920  (Copied Jun 1804)

Contents:
From Elizabeth Bowes of York, widow, to William Bowes of the same, gent., of messuages and lands in North Deighton, Kirk Deighton, Cunnistrope (Coneythorpe?) Clareton, Upper and Nether Dunsforth and Great Ouseburn, and in the city of York (street-names) to hold for 80 years, or longer if John Bowes, Elizabeth's son, lives so long, in trust to pay John £50 annually after Elizabeth's death.
6 & 7 Nov. 1734.

Exchange  WYL230/921  24 Sep 1742

Contents:
By which Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., grants to Elizabeth Bowes of York, widow, 2 parcels of meadow or pasture in the north townfield of North Deighton in a place called Timber Garth End, and Elizabeth grants him a parcel of ground in the townfield of North Deighton called Kirk Field in a place called Mill Hill Flatt, and a piece of ground on the east side of a garth parcel of North Deighton Hall Farm.

Copy of lease and release  WYL230/922  (Copied Jun 1804)

Contents:
From Samuel Wand of York, esq., to Dorothy Bowes of York, spinster, surviving daughter and coheiress of Elizabeth Bowes late of the same, widow, sister and coheir of Thomas Dawson, of the moiety late of William Faceby and Dorothy his wife, who was Elizabeth Bowes' sister, of all the messuages and lands in North Deighton, Kirk Deighton, Coneythorpe, Clareton, Upper and Nether Dunsforth and Great Ouseburn, heretofore the estate of Thomas Dawson.
16 & 17 Nov. 1785.

Copy of will and codicil of Dorothy Bowes of York, spinster  WYL230/923  [1797]

Contents:
Mentioning lands in Coneythrope, Clareton, Allerton and Flaxby, a dye-house and other property in York, and lands in Upper and Lower Dunsforth, Branton, North Deighton and Kirk Deighton.
Made 21 Nov. 1794 & 4 Oct. 1797.

Lease and release  WYL230/924  26 & 27 Dec 1803

Contents:
From William Gray of York, gent., Francis Smyth of New Building, esq., Joseph Smyth of Kirkby Knowles, clerk, and Robert Smyth, Francis's younger son, the last three being devisees of the will of Thomas Smyth, Mary Smyth, Francis's eldest daughter, and Phebe, Ann Elizabeth and Elizabeth Emm Smyth, his younger daughters to Anthony Thorpe of York, gent., of a messuage and farm containing 78 acres 23 perches in North Deighton, to hold 2 sixth parts to the use of Francis, one sixth part to the use of John Robert, one to the use of Phebe, one to the use of Anne Elizabeth and one to the use of Elizabeth Emm.

Lease and release  WYL230/925  1 & 2 May 1804

Contents:
From John Robert Smyth of Newbuilding, esq., only surviving younger son of Francis Smyth of the same place, esq., and Phebe Smyth, Anne Elizabeth Smyth and Elizabeth Emm Smyth all of Newbuilding, spinsters, younger daughters of Francis Smyth, to the said Francis Smyth, of 4 sixth parts of a messuage and farm in North Deighton late the estate of Dorothy Bowes.

Lease and release  WYL230/926  5 & 6 Apr 1805

Contents:
From Francis Smyth of New Building, esq., to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a messuage and farm in North Deighton, and all his lands in North Deighton and the parish of Kirk Deighton, to the use of Smyth for 1000 years by way of mortgage to secure £2000, part of the purchase money.

Extract from the North Deighton enclosure Award of 27 June 1785  WYL230/927  7 May 1805

Contents:
Relating to Mrs. Dorothy Bowes, in a letter from the Register Office, Wakefield, to Messrs. Gray, Thorpe and Gray Lincoln's Inn Fields.

Surrender  WYL230/928  12 Feb 1808

Contents:
From Francis Smyth of New Building, esq., to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a term of 1,000 years in a farm in North Deighton.

Mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/929  11 & 12 Nov 1808

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., to Stephen Beecroft of Leeds, Maltster, of a messuage and farm of closes (areas and field-names) in North Deighton, once the estate of Dorothy Bowes and then of Francis Smyth, to secure £1,000.

Schedule of deeds relating to an estate in North Deighton  WYL230/930  12 Nov 1808

Contents:
Belonging to Sir John Ingilby and mortgaged to Stephen Beecroft of Leeds, Maltster.
1631-1808

Lease and release  WYL230/931  17 & 18 Nov 1817

Contents:
From Francis Foster of Middlesmoor, gent., executor and devisee of Stephen Beecroft, late of Leeds, Maltster, to Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a messuage and 78 acres 23 perches land in North Deighton.

Estate acquired from Robert John Walker  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL230/932  8 May 1542

Contents:
From Francis Roos of Laxton, esq., to William Skrymsher, gent., of a croft or close called Ampulford close in North Deighton.
Attached is Francis Roos's bond for performance.

Copy inquisition taken at Pontefract after the death of Elizabeth Skrymsher  WYL230/933  1547-1553

Contents:
Concerning North Deighton, 3 June? Edward VI.

Assignment  WYL230/934  18 Nov 1557

Contents:
From Henry Suthill to Robert Suthill his son of a lease of 2 closes called Swynelonde Closes, arable land lying in the Rydding containing 6 acres, a parcel called Five Rygges and a close called Bonney close and all other lands in North Deighton, called Four Land, granted him by Maude Skrymsher of North Deighton 9 Nov. 4 and 5 Philip and Mary, for 30 shillings annually, for the remainder of a term of 21 years.

Exchange  WYL230/935  20 Nov 1557

Contents:
By which Matilda Skrymshyer of North Deighton, single woman, grants to Henry Suthill of North Deighton, gent., lands called Ampleforthe Close, Ryddings, Sewelands or Swynelondes Fyve Rygges in Parke, Bonneyclos in Parke and an acre in North Deighton, and Henry grants to Matilda lands called Neweclos, Snawdonclos, Smethiehill, and Twentielondes in North Deighton. Also counterpart.

Indenture  WYL230/936  Jan 1558

Contents:
Between Sir Francis Englefeld, knight, Master of the Court of Wards and Liveries and Henry Marshall, by which Marshall, who has delivered a schedule of the lands which descend to his wife Maud from her father, William Skrymshere, covenants that he will permit any future valuation of this property at his own charge, and make satisfaction for anything omitted or undervalued. Attached is the schedule referred to.

General livery  WYL230/937  12 May 1558

Contents:
For Henry Marshall of closes in North Deighton called Ladyflatt, Cotegarth, Twentey Lands, Swynelandes Fyve Rygge, Ryddyngs, Hewbers, Ampulfirth Close and others, 3 messuages, a cottage and 80 acres in Kirk Deighton, and 2 messuages and 60 acres in Linton, of which William Skrympsher, father of Matilda Marshall, Henry's wife, died seised.

Feoffment  WYL230/938  1 Feb 1582

Contents:
From Ralph Marshall, gent., son and heir apparent of Henry Marshall of South Carlton in the parish of Southmustham (?), Notts., to William Marshall, Henry's second son, of all his messuages and lands in Kirk and North Deighton, to hold to William and his heirs male, Ralph covenanting that if ever only female heirs are left, he or his heirs will pay them £200.

Quitclaim  WYL230/939  24 Sep 1585

Contents:
From Henry Marshall late of South Carleton, Notts., to Ralph Marshall his son and heir of all his houses, lands etc. in North Deighton, Kirk Deighton otherwise South Deighton and Linton.

Feoffment  WYL230/940  4 Feb 1586

Contents:
From Ralph Marshall of South Carlton, Notts., to Robert Ramsden of Spofforth, clerk, of a mansion house or capital messuage and lands (some field - names) in North Deighton, with power of attorney to Thomas Tayler to deliver seisin.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/941  13 Feb 1586

Contents:
From Ralph Marshall of South Carlton, Nottinghamshire, to Robert Ramsden of Spofforth, clerk, for £720 of the mansion house of North Deighton with messuages, lands, beastgates, oxgates, etc., excepting the dower of Ann Pecocke, lately wife of William Skrimshay, a rent of 46 shillings and a lease to Richard Stagge; and also of Marshall's claim to a lease of lands in North Deighton formerly belonging to the Priory of Healaugh Park.

Power of attorney  WYL230/942  3 Feb 1587

Contents:
From Ann Peacock lately wife of Robert Peacock late alderman of the city of York and same time wife of William Skrymsher late of North Deighton, Esq., to John Godfrey and Thomas Walker to deliver seisin of all her lands in North Deighton to Robert Ramsden clerk according to her deed of 22 Jan. 29 Eliz.

Settlement after marriage  WYL230/943  9 Jun 1596

Contents:
Of Robert Ramsden, son and heir apparent of Robert Ramsden of Spofforth, clerk, and Elizabeth, daughter of Marmaduke Willson of Tanfield, gent., by feoffment from Robert Ramsden the father to Marmaduke Willson, John Marshall of Morton on Swale, gent., Richard Paver of Braham, gent., and John Smithe of Moorside, yeoman, of a capital messuage and other messuages and lands (specified with some field - names) in North Deighton, to hold a moiety to the use of Robert the younger and Elizabeth, and the remainder to the use of Robert the younger for his father's lifetime, then to the use of Rose Ramsden, wife of Robert the father, for life, then to the use of Robert the younger.
(The feoffment is in Latin, with the conditions, in English, attached).

Exemplification of a fine  WYL230/944  Trinity Term 1598

Contents:
Between Marmaduke Wilson, gentleman, John Marshall, gentleman, Richard Paver gentleman, and John Smith, querents, and Robert Ramsden, clerk, deforciant, of 4 messuages, 4 tofts, a dovecote, 4 gardens, 4 orchards, 120 acres pasture 4 acres wood and common pasture in North Deighton.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/945  15 Mar 1600

Contents:
From Rose Ramsden of North Deighton, widow, to Robert Ramsden of North Deighton, gent., of a messuage in North Deighton, once belonging to the late Priory of Healaugh now dissolved and lands, granted by letters patent of 4 Feb. 42 Elizabeth, to Peter Page and Henry Best, among others.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/946  10 Jun 1600

Contents:
From Robert Ramsden of North Deighton, gent., to Marmaduke Wilson of West Tanfield of a mansion house, another messuage, lands (field - names) and beastgates in North Deighton.

Feoffment  WYL230/947  23 Jun 1600

Contents:
From Robert Ramsden lately of North Deighton, gentleman, to Marmaduke Wilson of West Tanfield of a mansion house in North Deighton now in the occupation of himself and Rose Ramsden his mother and other messuages, lands, rents, etc. in North Deighton; with power of attorney to Richard Barnes and John Headlam.

Exemplification of a fine  WYL230/948  Easter term 1601

Contents:
Between Marmaduke Wilson, gentleman, querent and Robert Ramsden gentleman and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants, concerning 5 messuages, 5 tofts, 5 barns, one dovecote, 5 gardens, 5 orchards, 140 acres land, 60 acres meadow, 140 acres pasture, 4 acres wood and common pasture in North Deighton.

Defeasance of a recognisance in statute staple  WYL230/949  23 May 1612

Contents:
Of Marmaduke Wilson the younger of West Tanfield, gent., in £1000, if Wilson pays £500 to the Rt. Hon. Thomas Earl of Exeter.

Inquisition post mortem of Marmaduke Wilson  WYL230/950  17 Jun 1615

Contents:
Concerning lands in West Tanfield and North Deighton.

Indenture  WYL230/951  24 Nov 1631

Contents:
Between Sir Robert Naunton, knight, Master of the Court of Wards and Liveries, and Benjamin Rudyerd, knight, surveyor of the same Liveries, and Marmaduke Wilson, son and heir of Marmaduke Wilson late of Matton on the Moor, deceased, by which Wilson, who has delivered a schedule of lands which descend to him from his father, covenants that he will permit any future valuation of the property at his own charge, and make satisfaction for anything omitted or undervalued. Attached is the schedule referred to.

Feoffment  WYL230/952  16 Mar 1637

Contents:
From William Ingilby of Ripley, esq., to Marmaduke Wilson of West Tanfield, gent., of a parcel of meadow in North Deighton called the Newe Intacke.
Also Ingilby's bond for performance.

Exemplification of a recovery  WYL230/953  Michaelmas Term 1670

Contents:
Brought by John Blakeston, gent., against Thomas Langley, gent., concerning 4 messuages, 250 acres land, 100 acres meadow, and 260 acres pasture in North Deighton and Kirk Deighton, Anne Wilson, widow, and John Wilson, gent., being vouched to warranty.

Draft settlement by release  WYL230/954  25 Oct 1694

Contents:
From John Wilson of North Deighton, gent., and Catherine his wife to Thomas Crofts of Stillington, esq., John Bolling of York gent. and Christopher Goulton of Highthorne, gent., (of property in North Deighton) limited to a period of 99 years in trust to pay various annuities during John Wilson's lifetime and after his death to provide portions for his younger children and surrender their interest to John Wilson his son and heir.

Mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/955  29 & 30 May 1705

Contents:
From John Wilson of North Deighton and Anne his wife, to John Bolling of York, gent., of 4 messuages or cottages, a close called Garth End Flat and 7 acres meadow in the New Ing in North Deighton, to secure payment of £150 to Margaret Prince.
Enclosed is a pair of final concords between John Hardwicke, gent., querent, and John Wilson gent., and Anne his wife, deforciants, of 3 messuages, 70 acres land, 10 acres meadow and 20 acres pasture in North Deighton.
Hilary 1709

Mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/956  5 & 6 Dec 1706

Contents:
From John Wilson of North Deighton, gent., and Ann his wife, to William Stainforth, D.D. residentiary of St. Peter's Cathedral, York, Thomas Adams of York, esq., and Margaret Dawnay of Leventhorpe, spinster, of 4 messuages with lands appertaining, a close called Garth End Flat, 48 acres in Ox Pasture, and 7 acres meadow in the New Ing in North Deighton to secure £74. 4s in trust for Darcy Dalton of Hauxvell, clerk, and Darcy Dalton his son, an infant.

Deeds concerning property in North Deighton  WYL230/957  1705-1719

Contents:
(1) Final concord between Elizabeth Blanshard and John Boiling, quers., and John Alcock, Peter Alcock and Ellen his wife, and John Wilson and Anne his wife of 4 cottages, 40 acres land, 10 acres meadow and 20 acres pasture in Burnsall, Thorpe and North Deighton.
Trinity Term 1705
(2) Release from John Wilson of North Deighton, gent., to Joseph Clarke of Ingmanthorpe, gent., of 3 closes called Court Garth, Twenty Lands and Smithy Hills in North Deighton, Francis Clark of Kirk Deighton also being a party.
26 May 1716.
(3) Lease and release from John Wilson and Anne his wife to Francis Clark of the equity of redemption of 2 closes in North Deighton.
2 & 3 June 1718.
(4) Bargain and sale from John Wilson late of North Deighton and now of Knaresborough, gent., and Anne his wife, and Hugh Pallisser of North Deighton, esq., and Mary his wife, to Francis Clark, of lands (field - names) in North Deighton.
10 March 1718/19.
(5) Final concords (pair) concerning above.
Trinity Term 5 George I (1719).

Assignment of a mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/958  5 & 6 Dec 1706

Contents:
From John Wilson of North Deighton, gent., and Anne his wife and John Bolling of York, gent., to William Stainforth of York, D.D. Thomas Adams of the same, esq., and Margaret Dawnay of Leventhorpe, spinster, of 4 messuages with lands appertaining, a close called Garth End Flat and 7 acres meadow in the New Ing in North Deighton.

Final concords (a pair)  WYL230/959  Hilary Term 1707

Contents:
Between William Stainforth, professor of Sacred Theology, Thomas Adams, esq., and Margaret Dawnay, spinster, querents, and John Wilson, gent., and Anne his wife, deforciants, of 3 messuages, 70 acres land, 10 acres meadow and 20 acres pasture in North Deighton.

Assignment of a mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/960  25 & 6 Jan 1709

Contents:
From John Wilson of North Deighton, gent., and Anne his wife, and their mortgagees Rev. William Stainforth, Doctor in Divinity and Residentiary of St. Peter's York, Thomas Adams of York, Esq., and Margaret Dawnay of York, spinster, to John Hardwick of York, gent., surviving trustee of Richard, Margaret, John and Joseph Sowray, of messuages and lands in North Deighton to secure £538.

Covenant  WYL230/961  24 Apr 1711

Contents:
By John Wilson of North Deighton, gent., and Ann his wife, with John Hardwicke of York, gent., that messuages and lands in North Deighton mentioned in a lease and release of 25 & 26 Jan. 1708/9 will be security not only for the sum of £510 but for the additional sum of £83.10s.

Mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/962  10 & 11 Jul 1712

Contents:
From John Wilson of North Deighton, gent., and Anne his wife, to Francis Clark of Kirk Deighton, gent., of 2 messuages with lands appertaining, a cottage, a close called Garth End Flat, 48 acres in the Ox Pasture and parcels of meadow in the New Ing. all in North Deighton, to secure £527.10s.

Bond  WYL230/963  20 Jul 1712

Contents:
Of John Wilson of North Deighton, gent., to Francis Clark of Kirk Deighton, gent., in £1,000 to observe the covenants of a release of the same date.

Final concord  WYL230/964  Michaelmas Term 1712

Contents:
Between Francis Clarke, querent, and John Wilson and Anne his wife and William Simpson and Anne his wife, deforciants, of 3 messuages, 2 cottages, 110 acres land, 20 acres meadow and 40 acres pasture in North Deighton and Bramhain.

Letters  WYL230/965  Nov 1712

Contents:
From John Wilson to Sir John Ingilby, Gt. Russell Street London (3), from Edward Ridsdale to Ingilby (1) and Peter Johnson, Esq. Brick Court, Middle Temple (1) and from Johnson to Ingilby (1) concerning Wilson's bill of sale of his property in North Deighton to pay arrears of rent

Papers concerning the Chancery suit between Francis Clark and John Wilson, over mortgaged lands in North Deighton  WYL230/966  1712-17

Contents:
Including Wilson's promises to repair fences on land occupied by Clarke and give peaceable possession, an affidavit about a judgment granted to Sir Thomas Slingesby, a copy of a Chancery decree that if Wilson does not pay his mortgage debt he is to be foreclosed from the equity of redemption, costs of the case, accounts of receipts from the property, tenants' attornments, letters, etc.

Assignment of a mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/967  5 & 6 Feb 1713

Contents:
From John Hardwicke of York, gent., at the request of John Wilson of North Deighton, gent., and Anne his wife, to Francis Clarke of Kirk Deighton, gent., of messuages and lands in North Deighton to secure £725.

Release  WYL230/968  19 May 1716

Contents:
From William Stainforth of Simonburn, Northumberland, clerk, Sir Thomas Slingsby of Redhouse, Bart., and Leonard Thompson of Sheriff Hutton, esq., with the consent of John Wilson the younger of North Deighton, gent, to Francis Clark of Kirk Deighton, gent., of closes called Court Garth, Twenty Lands and Smithy Hills in North Deighton.

Lease  WYL230/969  25 May 1716

Contents:
From John Wilson of North Deighton, gent., to Joseph Clarke of Ingmanthorpe, gent., of 3 closes called Court Garth, Twenty Lands and Smithy Hills in North Deighton for a year at a peppercorn rent.

Assignment  WYL230/970  26 May 1716

Contents:
From John Wilson the younger of North Deighton gent., John Wilson the elder of Alne, gent., and Catherine his wife, William, Marmaduke, Ann, Margaret, Thomas, Catherine and Mary Wilson, younger sons and daughters of John the elder, Robert Hitch of Leathley, esq., and Richard Kay of Moor Monkton, clerk with the consent of Sir Thomas Slingsby of Redhouse, Bart., to Joseph Clarke of Ingmanthorpe, gent., of closes called Court Garths, Twenty Lands and Smithy Hills, for the remainder of a term of 99 years, in trust for Francis Clark of Kirk Deighton, gent.

Administration of Francis Clarke gent., late of Kirk Deighton  WYL230/971  1 Feb 1733

Contents:
Granted to Elizabeth Clarke of Kirk Deighton, widow.

Quitclaim  WYL230/972  20 Jun 1734

Contents:
From Elizabeth Clark of Kirk Deighton, widow, administratrix of Francis Clark her late husband, to Elizabeth and Isabella Clark, her daughters, of all her dower in estates in Follifoot, North Deighton, Wetherby and York, in return for an annuity of £40 from the Follifoot and North Deighton estates.

Lease and release  WYL230/973  20 & 21 Jun 1734

Contents:
From Isabella Clark of Kirk Deighton, spinster, to Elizabeth Clarke of Kirk Deighton spinster, of all the premises and lands in Follifoot late belonging to Francis Clarke, their father, and from Elizabeth to Isabel of all his premises and lands in North Deighton.

Certificates  WYL230/974  18th Cent

Contents:
Of baptism of Francis Clark, 25 Jan 1663/4 and his marriage to Elizabeth Setterthwait 13 Nov. 1705, a note of his dates and his daughter Elizabeth's marriage and a receipt by G. Hutchinsonto Mrs. Clark for his wife's fortune, 15 Oct. 1736.

Exchange by grant  WYL230/975  24 Sep 1742

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley to Isabel Dodsworth of a parcel of arable in the North Town field of North Deighton in a place called Garr Ends or Garr Ends Flatt, and from William Dodsworth of York, clerk Isabel his wife and Elizabeth Clarke, widow, Isabel's mother to Sir John of a parcel of arable in Kirk Field in a place called... Hill Close.

Probate copy of the will of Rev. William Dodsworth of St. Giles in Gillygate, York  WYL230/976  22 Nov 1762

Contents:
Made 12 Aug. 1754, leaving an estate in North Deighton to his eldest son, Francis.

Opinion of P. Johnson  WYL230/977  4 Dec 1762

Contents:
On questions concerning William Dodsworth's will which bequeathed lands in York, North Deighton and Swinnow, the two latter having come to him by his wife.

Abstract of William Dodsworth's title to an estate in North Deighton.  WYL230/978  (Late 18th cent)

Contents:
4 & 5 Philip & Mary (1557) - 1785

Administration of the goods of William Dodsworth late of York, gent.  WYL230/979  6 Jan 1798

Contents:
Granted to Isabella Walker of Northallerton, spinster.

Copy of the register of the burials  WYL230/980  Copied Mar 1809

Contents:
Of Rev. William Dodsworth, Francis Dodsworth and John Dodsworth, 1754, 1763 and 1772.

Lease and release  WYL230/981  5 & 6 Apr 1809

Contents:
From Robert John Walker of Northallerton, gent., nephew and heir of William Dodsworth late of York, and Ann his wife, to Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of 2 messuages and lands (some field - names) in North Deighton, subject to a mortgage, to hold to the use of Walker, then Sir William for life, then Sir John Ingilby and his heirs, with a covenant to levy a fine.

Covenant  WYL230/982  6 Apr 1809

Contents:
By Robert John Walker with Sir William Ingilby Bart., for the production of title deeds.

Final concords, a pair  WYL230/983  Trinity Term 1809

Contents:
Between Sir William Ingilby, Bart., plaintiff, and Robert John Walker and Ann his wife, deforciants, of 2 messuages, 2 barns, 4 stables, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 150 acres land, 50 acres meadow, 50 acres pasture and common in North Deighton.

Surrender  WYL230/984  1 Nov 1825

Contents:
By William Dodsworth Walker of Romanby, gent., and Thomas Stubbs Walker of Maunby, esq., executors of Robert John Walker, deceased, to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of a mortgage term in 2 messuages, 2 garths and lands called the Intack, North Field Allotments, Hill, Ox Closes, Twenty Lands Smithy Hills, Court Garths, East Moors and Huber Field Allotments in North Deighton.

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

Notification of attornment  WYL230/985  31 May 1525

Contents:
By Thrustan Banke and Alice his wife, tenants of John Wakefield and Leonard Maleverer for a messuage and land in North Deighton.

Feoffment  WYL230/986  12 Aug 1613

Contents:
From Richard Chambers of North Deighton, gent., to William Ingilbye of Ripley, knight, and Thomas Ingilbie of Ripley his servant, of a close called West Pighell in North Deighton.

Feoffment  WYL230/987  16 Mar 1637

Contents:
From Marmaduke Wilson of West Tanfield, gent., to William Ingilby of Ripley, esq., of the north end of a close of meadow or pasture called Smithy Hills in North Deighton, a water race and footway.

Lease and release  WYL230/988  1 & 2 Dec 1699

Contents:
From John Wilson of North Deighton, gent., to Sir John Ingleby of Ripley, Bart., of a parcel of ground in the West Field and a parcel of ground in the North Field in North Deighton.

Mortgage by lease  WYL230/989  23 Apr 1785

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., to William Fletcher of Boroughbridge, gent., of a parcel of land in North Field, one in West Field, 2 in Kirk Field, 2 in Huber Field and one in New Ing in North Deighton for 500 years to secure £400.

Mortgage by lease  WYL230/990  23 Apr 1785

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., to Matthew Glenton of Boroughbridge, gent., of 2 pieces of land in the North field and one piece in the West Field of North Deighton for 500 years to secure £400, referring to a provision of the North Deighton Enclosure Act.

Assignment  WYL230/991  21 Jun 1788

Contents:
From Matthew Glenton of Boroughbridge, gent., and Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., to Ralph Robinson of Knaresborough, tobacconist, and William Topham of York, jeweller, of a mortgage of 2 parcels of land in the North Field and one in the West Field of North Deighton, for the remainder of a term of 500 years to secure £400.

Assignment  WYL230/992  16 Aug 1804

Contents:
From Ralph Robinson of Knaresborough, brandy merchant, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., and William Ingilby his son and heir, of a mortgage of 2 pieces of land in the North Field and one piece of land in the West Field of North Deighton, for the remainder of a term of 500 years, created in a mortgage from Sir John to Matthew Glenton.

Abstracts of the title of Sir William Amcotts Ingilby  WYL230/993  1826

Contents:
To an estate in North Deighton bought from Francis Smyth (1631-1817) the manors of North Deighton and Newsone (1733-1806) hereditaments at North Deighton, late Dodsworth's (1734-1825) and a mansion house at North Deighton purchased from Walter Pallisser (deeds of 1770) with schedules of title deeds and an abstract of a mortgage of 18 and 19 Nov. 1825 to Humphrey Fletcher.

OULSTON (N.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage by assignment  WYL230/994  1 Jun 1590

Contents:
From Marmaduke Ward of Spofforth gent., to William Inglebye of Ripley, esq. of the manor of Oulston, a mansion house and lands in Mulwith, and the offices of bailiff of Spofforth and keeper of the park there, to secure £50.

Grant  WYL230/995  13 Feb 1588

Contents:
To Isabel Redshawe, mother of the ward, and Henry Slingsby, of the wardship and marriage of William Redshawe, the Queen's ward, cousin and heir of William Redshawe, deceased.
Attached is a schedule of the value of the manors, etc. of William Redshawe, deceased, in Oulston, Button, Ripon and Newton Wallis.

Letters patent  WYL230/996  26 Nov 1590

Contents:
Granting to Isabel Redshawe, widow, and Henry Slingesby, gent., the wardship and marriage of William Redshawe, next of kin to William Redshawe deceased (d. 20 Oct. 29 Elizabeth) and son and heir to Christopher Redshawe deceased, William's brother, and also for his education an annuity of £5 from the manor of Oulston, ¼ of the manor of Newton Wallis and lands in Oulston, Button, Ripon, Bishopton, Studley and Newton Wallis which belonged to William Redshawe, and since Robert Redshawe otherwise Tankard, Julian Lawson and William her son, William Geffrason, William Bulmer, Edward Redshawe and Anna Reigold hold annuities totalling £42.2s, granted by William Redshawe, which revert to the crown if any of them die during William junior's minority, Isabel and Henry are conceded a further annuity of £5.

Order of the Court of Wards and Liveries  WYL230/997  Easter Term 1592

Contents:
That the feodary of the North Riding pay to Isabel Redshawe and Henry Slingesby an annuity of £5 during the minority of William Redshawe.

Assignment  WYL230/998  29 Apr 1592

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From Thomas Posthumus Hoby of the Strand; Middlesex, esq., to William Inglebie of Ripley, esq., to William Inglebie of Ripley, esq., of the site of the manor of Oulston during the minority of William Redshawe or Tankard at £30 annual rent.

Mortgage by lease  WYL230/999  20 Oct 1599

Contents:
From William Redshawe of Oulston, gent., and Alice his wife, and Richard Myller of the same, gent., to John Wedley of Thornton on the Hill, gent., of ground called Sellersters, in the lordship of Ulleston or Ouston (Oulston) for 10 years at 12 pence annual rent, to secure £65 to be paid by Myller.

Agreement  WYL230/1000  26 Oct 1599

Contents:
By John Wright of Ulleston that John Wedley of Thornton upon the Hill shall peacefully occupy the land called Sellersters in Ulleston (Oulston) for 10 years.

Assignment  WYL230/1001  17 Apr 1600

Contents:
From John Wedley of Thornton upon the Hill, gent., to Thomas Inglebye of Ripley, gent., and John Rayner of Ripley, yeo., of a lease of lands called Sellersters in the manor of Oulston for the remainder of a term of 10 years.

Assignment  WYL230/1002  17 Apr 1600

Contents:
From John Wedley of Thornton-upon-the-Hill to Thomas Ingleby of Ripley, gent., and John Reyner of the same yeoman, of a bond for performance of William Readshaw of Oulston and Richard Meller of the same, gents., in £260, and of a deed by which John Wright of Ulleston (Oulston) covenanted that Wedley would have quiet enjoyment of ground called Sellersters in Oulston kept harmless from a writing obligatory or statute merchant of Readshaw and Meller to Sir John Hart of London.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/1003  28 Aug 1600

Contents:
From William Readshaw or Tankard of Oulston, gent., and Alice his wife, and Richard Meller of Oulston, gent., to Sampson Ingleby of Spofforth Park and Thomas Ingleby of Ripley, gents., of closes called Sellersters, Cliffs, Adam Field, Ox Close, Low Woods, and several Intackes in the manor of Oulston and parish of Coxwold.

RIPLEY  [no ref. or date]

Lands acquired from John Pullan  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/1004  10 Mar 1505

Contents:
From John Ardyngton of Arthington, esq., to John Pullan of Killinghall, Percival Frank, Chaplain, and William Rose, chaplain, of all his lands in Ripley and Clint to hold to the use of the heirs and assignees of John Pullan, with power of attorney to John Rudd and John Maxwell to deliver seisin.

Feoffment  WYL230/1005  20 Oct 1516

Contents:
From John Pulleyn of Killinghall, gentleman, and Percival Franke, chaplain, at the special request of John Pulleyn, to William Ingilby, esq., Ralph Batty, gentleman, Henry Stapilton, chaplain and Ralph Bacheler chaplain, of lands in Ripley and Clint, late of John Ardyngton, Esq., to hold to the use of William Ingilby, with power of attorney to John Maxswell and William Dawson to deliver seisin.

Chantry property  [no ref. or date]

Quitclaim  WYL230/1006  1 Apr 1553

Contents:
From Ralph Rokebye sergeant at law to William Jeffraye for a sum of money, of a cottage, garden and orchard in Ripley, which Rokebye and Jeffraye obtained by bargain and sale from John Wryght and Thomas Holmes of London by a charter of 29 March 7 Edward VI, then or lately held by John Thomson and widow Knaresburghe and lately belonging to the chantries of the Blessed Mary and St. Catherine in the parish of Ripley.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/1007  12 May 1555

Contents:
From William Jeffraye to William Inglebye of Ripley, knight, of 2 buildings under one roof with 2 gardens in Ripley, held by John Thomson and widow Knaresburghe.

Assignment  WYL230/1008  16 Jun 1576

Contents:
From Christopher Mather of Seacroft, Yorkshire, gentleman, to Sir William Inglebye of Ripley, knight, for the remainder of a period of 21 years, and rendering 2 shillings to the crown annually, of the lease of the mansion house of the late chantry or guild of Our Lady at Ripley, leased by the Duchy of Lancaster on 29 November 16 Elizabeth to John Yonge whose interest Mather now has, by a writing of Yonge's of 7 March 16 Elizabeth granted to Timothy Feilding of London.

Land which maintained 3 lamps in Ripley Church  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/1009  20 Jul 1549

Contents:
From John Howe of London, gentleman, and John Broxolme of Lowthe Park, Lincolnshire, Esquire to William Phelypps lately of London, gentleman, for £20 paid by him, of all lands, estimated at 6 acres, now or lately in the tenures of Robert Ryppley and William Thompson in Ripley, which were formerly for the provision of 3 lamps in Ripley, and which came into the hands of the King by the statute of 1 Edward VI and were granted to Howe and Broxolme by letters patent of 4 July 3 Ed. VI. with power of attorney to Richard Bargeman goldsmith and Anthony Hamlyn yeoman to deliver seisin.
(Endorsement that it was enrolled in the office of Walter Mildmay knight, auditor for the Duchy of Lancaster in the north).

Feoffment  WYL230/1010  20 Jun 1553

Contents:
From William Phillips, late of London, gentleman, to Walter Whalley of Screveton, Notts., gentleman, of 6 acres of land in Ripley, formerly for maintaining 3 lamps in Ripley Church, referring to the act for dissolving chantries and a grant of 3 Edward VI; with power of attorney to Richard Bargeman, goldsmith, and Anthony Hamlyn to deliver seisin.

Feoffment  WYL230/1011  8 Apr 1556

Contents:
From Walter Whalley of Screveton, Nottinghamshire, gentleman, to William Ingleby knight for a payment of £16, of all the parcel of land containing 4½ acres then or lately held by William Thompson in the parish of Ripley, and formerly for the provision of 3 lamps for Ripley parish church, and all his lands within the demesne of Ripley held by Thompson, with woods etc., to be held as freely as when Whalley obtained it from William Philips lately of London or when Philips obtained it from John Howe and John Broxholme, or when it came into the King's hands by the statute of 1 Edward VI; with power of attorney to John Syngleton and Leonard Kendall to deliver seisin.

Far Close  [no ref. or date]

Assignment of a lease  WYL230/1012  23 Oct 1613

Contents:
From William Pallisser of Birthwaite near Ripley, yeoman, to Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, and William Ingilby of Gray's Inn, his nephew and heir, of a close called Farre Close or Half Acres in Ripley, for the remainder of a term of 21 years created in a lease of 18 March 5 James I from Sir Major Vavasour of Weston and William Vavasour his son.

Feoffment  WYL230/1013  23 Oct 1613

Contents:
From Marmaduke Pallisser of Birthwaite next Ripley, yeoman, to William Ingilby of Ripley, knight, and William Ingilby of Gray's Inn, gent., his nephew and heir, of a close of meadow and pasture called Far Close or Half Acres in Ripley, abutting on Newclose in the south and Buskie Close or Scaskell Buskes in the north; with Pallisser's bond for quiet enjoyment and further assurance.

Cross Close  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/1014  19 May 1621

Contents:
From Robert Hodgeson of Birthwaite, yeoman, and William Stubbes of the same, yeoman, for £80, to Thomas Ingilby of Ripley, gentleman, William Browne of Killinghall, yeoman, and George Browne of Birthwaite, butcher, of a close called Cross Close containing 5 acres, lying within the manor of Ripley and now or late in the tenure of Stubbes, being a parcel of Hodgeson's messuage in Birthwaite; with covenant for levying fine.

Bond  WYL230/1015  19 May 1621

Contents:
Of Robert Hodgeson of Birthwaite, Yorkshire, yeoman and William Stubbe of the same, yeoman, to Thomas Ingilby of Ripley, gentleman, William Browne of Killinghall, yeoman, and George Browne of Birthwaite, butcher, in £160, to perform the conditions of the indenture made between them on the same date.

Final concords (pair)  WYL230/1016  Michaelmas term 1621

Contents:
Between George Browne, Thomas Ingilbie and William Browne, querents, and Robert Hodgeson and Janet his wife and William Stubbes and Anne his wife, deforciants, about 7 acres of meadow in Ripley.

Lists of expenses of George Browne in case, WYL230/1016  WYL230/1017  C 1621

Feoffment  WYL230/1018  20 Mar 1626

Contents:
From Thomas Ingilbie of Raventofts, Yorkshire, gentleman and William Browne of Killinghall, yeoman, to George Browne of Birthwaite, butcher, of a close called Crosse Close containing 5 acres, bargained and sold by William Stubb and Robert Hodshon by a deed of 19 May 19 James I to all three to hold jointly until George Browne came of age.

Feoffment  WYL230/1019  2 Apr 1627

Contents:
From George Browne of Birthwaite, butcher, and Anne his wife, Thomas Ingilby of Raventofts, gent., and William Browne of Killinghall, yeoman, to William Ingilby of Ripley, esq., of a close called Crosse Close containing 5 acres within the manor of Ripley, now or late in the tenure of George Browne and once a parcel of Robert Hodgson's messuage in Birthwaite, with covenant for levying of fine.

Bond  WYL230/1020  2 Apr 1627

Contents:
From George Browne of Birthwaite, Yorkshire, butcher, and Thomas Flint of Ripley, yeoman, to William Ingilby of Ripley esq., in £160, to perform the conditions of the indenture made on the same date.

Receipt  WYL230/1021  12 Apr 1627

Contents:
From George Browne Birthwaite, Yorkshire, butcher, to William Ingilby of Ripley, Yorkshire, Esq., for £80 payment for Cross Close.

Final concords (a pair)  WYL230/1022  Easter term 1627

Contents:
Between William Ingilbye esq., querent and George Browne and Anne his wife, deforciants, concerning 7 acres in Ripley.

Bill, receipted, for costs of levying fine.  WYL230/1023  21 May 1627

Receipt from sheriff's collector to William Ingleby  WYL230/1024  20 Aug 1628

Contents:
For his final concord with George Browne concerning 7 acres in Ripley.

Farm acquired from Jonas Palliser  [no ref. or date]

Grant  WYL230/1025  20 Mar 1570

Contents:
From Robert Ryplaye of Birthwaite in the vill of Ripley, yeoman, to Katharine Hodgeson wife of Anthony Hodgeson of Killinghall, one of his daughters and heirs, of the reversion of his messuage in Birthwaite, lands on the north and east called Wudd Close, Stone Close and Farr Close, and on the south and west called Bagrowes, Intack and Park Close, and a close called Crosse Close in the fields of Ripley, to hold after the death of Robert and Joanna his wife to Katharine and her heirs, with power of attorney to John Battye and Robert Longe to deliver seisin.

Feoffment  WYL230/1026  1 Apr 1624

Contents:
From Robert Hodgson of Birthwaite, yeoman, to John Nursey of Cayton, yeoman, to John Nursey of Cayton, yeoman, of a moiety of a messuage, outbuildings and garth, and 4 closes called Wood Close, Bagrowes Close, Le Intack or Green Close and Park Close in Birthwaite.

Bond  WYL230/1027  1 Apr 1624

Contents:
Of Robert Hodgson of Birthwaite in the parish of Ripley, yeoman, to John Nursey of Cayton, yeoman, in £240, to observe the covenants of a bargain and sale of the same date.

Quitclaim  WYL230/1028  Nd [c1625]

Contents:
From Robert Hodgeson of Birthwaite, yeoman, and Anne Stubbe of the same, widow, his mother, to John Nursey of Cayton, yeoman, of a moiety of a messuage, outbuildings and garth in Birthwaite and 4 closes called Wood Close, Bagrowes, Lea Intack or Green Close and Park Close.

Exemplification of a fine  WYL230/1029  Hilary Term 1626

Contents:
Between John Nursey, querent, and Robert Hodgson and Janet his wife, deforciants, of a kiln, 10 acres land, 10 acres meadow, common of turbary and pasture, and a moiety of a house and barn, at Birthwaite.

Feoffment  WYL230/1030  18 Nov 1628

Contents:
From Robert Hodgson of Warsill, yeoman, and Anne Stubb of Birthwaite, widow, his natural mother, to Thomas Palliser of Cayton, bachelor, of the west part of a messuage, a moiety of outbuildings and garth, and 4 closes called Great Stone Close, Little Stone Close, Farre Stone Close and Greene Close in Birthwaite.

Bond  WYL230/1031  18 Nov 1628

Contents:
Of Robert Hodgson of Warsill, yeoman, and Anne Stubb of Birthwaite, widow, to Thomas Palliser of Cayton, batchelor, in £260, to observe the covenants of an indenture of the same date.

Exemplification of a fine  WYL230/1032  Easter Term 1629

Contents:
Between Thomas Pallyser, querent, and Robert Hodgson and Janet his wife, deforciants, of 10 acres land and 10 acres meadow in Birthwaite, and a moiety of a messuage, barn and garden in Birthwaite and Scarah.

Probate copy of will of Thomas Pallisser of Birthwaite, made 7 Aug. 1666  WYL230/1033  3 Dec 1666

Contents:
Concerning land in Birthwaite.

Lease and release  WYL230/1034  22 & 23 Oct 1668

Contents:
From Thomas Pallisser of Leeds, shearman, to Jonas Pallisser of Birthwaite, yeoman, of a moiety of a messuage barn and garth, an oxhouse and 4 closes called Wood Close, Bagrowes Close, Intack or Greenclose and Park Close in Birthwaite.

Bond  WYL230/1035  23 Oct 1668

Contents:
Of Thomas Pallisser of Leeds, shearman, to Jonas Pallisser of Birthwaite in the parish of Ripley, yeoman, in £300, to observe the covenants of an indenture of the same date.

Copy of exemplification of a fine  WYL230/1036  Trinity Term 1669

Contents:
Between Francis Wood, gent., and Sara his wife and Jonas Pallicer, querents, and Tristram Inman and Helen his wife and Thomas Pallicer and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants, of the manor of Winksley and 6 messuages, a water corn mill, 100 acres land, 100 acres meadow, 210 acres pasture, 20 acres wood and 200 acres moor, and a moiety of a messuage and 2 acres land, in Winksley, Woodhouse, and Birthwaite, and the parishes of Ripon and Ripley.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/1037  2 Jul 1670

Contents:
From Thomas Pallisser of Leeds, shearman, to Jonas Pallisser of Birthwaite, yeoman, of half of a messuage with 4 closes in Birthwaite in the parish of Ripley.

Bond  WYL230/1038  18 Jul 1670

Contents:
Of William Brown of Stainley, yeoman, to Jonas Pallisser of Birthwaite, yeoman, in £260, to indemnify Jonas against the claims of Matthew and Stephen Pallisser for portions due to them under Thomas Pallisser's will, Jonas having paid this money to William.

Lease and release  WYL230/1039  10 & 11 Jan 1671

Contents:
From Thomas Pallisser, second son of Thomas Pallisser late of Birthwaite, deceased, to Jonas Pallisser his brother of the reversion of the last part of a messuage, ½ of outbuildings and garth, and 4 closes called Great Stone Close, Little Stone Close, Farr Stone Close and Greene Close in Birthwaite, of which Frances Pallisser, Thomas's widow, is seised for life.

Copy of lease and release  WYL230/1040  10 & 11 Jan 1671

Contents:
From Thomas Pallisser, second son of Thomas Pallisser late of Birthwaite, yeoman, deceased, to Jonas Pallisser his brother, of the reversion of the west part (sic) of a messuage, ½ of outbuildings and garth and 4 closes called Great Stone Close, Little Stone Close, Farr Stone Close and Greene Close in Birthwaite, of which Frances Pallisser, Thomas's widow, is seised for life.

Bond  WYL230/1041  11 Jan 1671

Contents:
Of Thomas Pallisser of Leeds, cloth dresser, to Jonas Pallisser of Birthwaite, yeoman, in £300 to observe the covenants of an indenture of reversion of the same date.

Release of actions  WYL230/1042  2 May 1672

Contents:
From William Browne of Stainley, curator or guardian of Matthew and Steven Palliser, to Jonas Palliser of Birthwaite, yeoman, in respect of money due to Matthew and Stephen, acknowledging receipt of £134.10s.

Lease and release  WYL230/1043  25 & 26 Jun 1675

Contents:
From Jonas Palliser of Birthwaite in the parish of Ripley, yeoman, Anne his wife, and Frances Palliser, widow, his mother, to Sir William Ingleby of Ripley, Bart., of a messuage in Birthwaite, outbuildings, and lands called Wood Close, Bagrowes Close, Intacke or Green Close, Park Close, Great Stone Close, Little Stone Close, Farr Stone Close and Green Close, with Jonas Palliser's bond for performance.
Enclosed are a receipt for the purchase money, 28 June, 1675
And a receipt for the costs of a fine.
21 Sept. 1676.

Final concords (a pair)  WYL230/1044  Michaelmas Term 1675

Contents:
Between William Ingleby, Bart., querent, and Jonas Palliser and Anne his wife and Frances Palliser, widow, of one messuage, 10 acres land, 10 acres meadow, 20 acres pasture in Birthwaite and Scarah.

Nidd End Closes  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL230/1045  28 Aug 1598

Contents:
From Joanna Wesco of the parish of Pannall, Yorkshire, widow and Thomas Wesco her son and heir, yeoman, to William Browne of Birthwaite in Ripley, butcher, for 100 marks, of the culture called Nyddend Close containing 12 acres, next the vill of Nidd within Ripley, in the outer part of the territory of Ripley in the east, now held by William Browne; with power of attorney to Robert Longe and John Reynard to deliver seisin.

Exemplification of fine for bargain and sale WYL230/1045  WYL230/1046  Easter term 1599

Bargain and sale  WYL230/1047  30 Apr 1678

Contents:
From William Browne of Kirk Stainley to Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of closes called Nidd End Closes in Ripley. Also feoffment.
Exemplification of a fine as above.
Michaelmas Term 1681.

Palliser House  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/1048  1 Feb 1619

Contents:
From Marmaduke Palliser of Birthwaite, yeoman, to George Pallisser of Ripley, blacksmith, of a close called Snawhell Inge within the lordship of Ripley and Birthwaite or Scarah yielding 8 pence annually.

Bond  WYL230/1049  1 Feb 1619

Contents:
Of Marmaduke Pallisser of Birthwaite, yeoman, to George Pallisser of Ripley, blacksmith, in £100 to observe the covenants of indentures of bargain and sale of the same date.

Lease and release  WYL230/1050  15 & 16 Mar 1686

The release is badly damaged by mice

Contents:
From George Cowlin of Richmond, woollen draper, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a messuage called Pallisser House in Ripley and a close called Sowhell Inge.

Defeazance of a lease and release  WYL230/1051  16 Mar 1686

Contents:
From George Cowlin of Richmond, woollen draper, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., if Cowlin pays £100.

Lease and release  WYL230/1052  23 & 24 Mar 1693

Contents:
From George Cowling of Richmond, woollen draper, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a messuage called Palliser House in Ripley and a close called Sowhell Inge.

Bond  WYL230/1053  24 Mar 1693

Contents:
Of George Cowling of Richmond, linen draper, to John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., in £280 to observe the covenants of a release of the same date.

Cottage acquired from Miles Shiperd  [no ref. or date]

Lease and release  WYL230/1054  15 & 16 Apr 1719

Contents:
From Miles Shiperd of Ripon, yeoman, cousin and heir of Thomas Parlour late of Ripley, yeoman, deceased, to Sir John Ingleby, Bart., of a cottage and appurtenances in Ripley.
Enclosed are an agreement between Shipherd and John Nursey for the conveyance of this property to Sir John
14 April 1719.
And 2 copies of Thomas Parlour's will.
Made 13th Nov. 1710.

Lease and release  WYL230/1055  9 & 10 Jan 1726

Contents:
From Richard Shipard, Miles Shipard and Jane Shipard, sons and daughter of Miles Shipard of Ripon, yeoman, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a cottage with appurtenances in Ripley.
Enclosed is a memorial of a lease and release as above to be registered at Wakefield.
Dated 10 April 1724.

Farm acquired from Robert Foster  [no ref. or date]

Copy of will of Thomas Palliser of Birthwaite, yeoman  WYL230/1056  6 May 1686

Contents:
Leaving property to be divided between his nieces Elizabeth Edeson and Grace Nursey.

Lease and release  WYL230/1057  1 & 2 Feb 1705

Contents:
From Thomas Edeson of Ripley, yeoman to John Edeson of Ripley, dyer, his father, of a moiety of a messuage and of closes called Well Close, Middle Close, Far Fog Close and Bottoms in Birthwaite in the parish of Ripley.

Probate copy of will of Bartholomew Foster of Ripley, butcher, dated 14 July 1779  WYL230/1058  8 Dec 1790

Contents:
Mentioning property at Birthwaite.

Feoffment  WYL230/1059  23 Nov 1804

Contents:
From John Grimston of Ripon, surgeon and apothecary to Robert Foster of Ripley, butcher, of a moiety of a messuage in Ripley and of 6 closes called Well Close, Far Closes, Middle Pasture, Bottoms and Allotment, Foster being already seised of the other moiety.

Lease and release  WYL230/1060  13 & 14 Jun 1836

Contents:
From Robert Foster of Ripley, yeoman, to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of a messuage and closes called Well Close, Far Closes, Middle Pasture, the Bottoms and the Allotment at Birthwaite and Scarah Moor in Ripley; with a letter from the Register Office, Wakefield, that there are no incumbrances in the name of Robert Foster.

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

Agreement  WYL230/1061  10 Jan 1513

Contents:
Between Marmaduke abbot of Fountains and William Ripley of Birthwaite next Ripley, that William will pay to the abbot an annual rent of 2 shillings mentioned in a grant from Richard the clerk of Ripley, one of his ancestors, to Thomas son of Roger de Ulcotes, he having already paid 12 silver pence in satisfaction of arrears, and that he and his ancestors will be participants in all prayers, hymns and other works of charity within the monastery.

Feoffment  WYL230/1062  6 Nov 1518

Contents:
From Richard Bekwith of Ardington in Lincolnshire, son and heir of Robert Bekwith to William Ingleby of Ripley, Esq., of 1 messuage and 6 acres in Ripley and Clint between Dobloming and a close of Robert Atkinson called Thomlynflat.
Given at Ripley

Feoffment  WYL230/1063  6 Nov 1518

Contents:
From Richard Bekwith one of the sons of Robert Bekwith late of Broxholme next Ripley in Yorkshire to William Ingleby Esq., in consideration of £15 paid by John Pulleyn of Killinghall, of 1 messuage 6½ acres of land with meadow in Thomlynflatt in Ripley; and power of attorney to Henry (?) Stapleton, chaplain, and John Maxwell to deliver seisin.

Indenture  WYL230/1064  13 Sep 1523

Contents:
By which William Ingleby of Ripley, Esq. leases to Thomas Skawseby parson of Ripley church, a parcel of ground between the mill beck and the park named Barkhowsegarth and a close adjoining beside the mill beck between the said parson's orchard and the park, called Milncloys, with wood, to hold for life, and Thomas Skawseby leases to William Ingleby a close within the said park at Ripley called Tyndallcloys and 3 acres of pasture in the place called Fowlay with wood, for lifetime of Thomas Skawseby and longer if his successors as parson agree; no rent to be paid but William Ingleby to have access with carriages to Barkhowsegarth and Milncloys both parties binding themselves in £20 for the performance of this agreement.

Quitclaim  WYL230/1065  10 Sep 1525

Contents:
From Thomas Bekwith of Clint, Esq., to William Ingleby of Ripley, Esq., for himself and his tenants, of the common highway through Ripley Park from Clint to Ripley Church and also to the markets of Knaresborough, Ripon and Boroughbridge.

Grant of liberty  WYL230/1066  21 Oct 1538

Contents:
From William Ingelby of Ripley, Yorkshire, Esq., to Robert Rypley of Birthwaite in same county, yeoman, to take and carry away marle from Marlepitte, William and Robert having exchanged lands in the field of Ripley; with covenant by William to build a fence from the highway along the west side between Robert's land now enclosed in the east field of Ripley and the lands next adjoining now in the tenure of Thomas Lang to the bottom of Elom.

Lease  WYL230/1067  20 Jun 1544

Contents:
From Richard Vavasour, proctor of the parish church of Ripley to Peter Knarisburghe of Killinghall, of the church and parsonage of Ripley with all tithes, glebe lands and other property, for 6 years at £33.6s.8d annual rent, Knarisburghe to find an able priest, appointed by the parson of Ripley, and pay his wages.

Feoffment  WYL230/1068  27 Jan 1547

Contents:
From Richard Atkinson of Killinghall to William Yngleby knight of a close called Reystclose within William's land in his park of Ripley newly built, which Richard had of the gift of John Atkinson his father late deceased.
Given at Ripley

Grant  WYL230/1069  14 Feb 1572

Contents:
From William Ingelby of Ripley, knight, to Edmund Hampden of Stoke Poges, Bucks., esq., Isabelle his wife and Elizabeth their daughter of an annual rent of £45 from the manor of Ripley for 21 years. Also counterpart.

Covenant  WYL230/1070  15 Feb 1572

2 copies

Contents:
By Sir William Inglebye of Ripley, knight, Sir Robert Stapleton of Wighill, knight, and Francis Slyngsbye of Scriven, esq., with Edmond Hampden of Stoke Poges, Bucks., esq., that when Sir William granted an annuity of £45 from the manor of Ripley to Edmond, Isabel his wife and Elizabeth his daughter, he was lawfully seised of this manor, and that the manor will continue to Edmond, Isabel and Elizabeth of the yearly value of £50 above all charges.
Attached to one copy is receipt for half a year's rent.
22 June 14 Elizabeth (1572).

Exemplification of a fine  WYL230/1071  Michaelmas Term 1586

Contents:
Between William Inglebye esq., querent, and William Knolles and Cecilia his wife, deforciants, of 10 acres land, 10 acres meadow, and 10 acres pasture in Ripley.

Lease and release  WYL230/1072  23 & 24 Mar 1693

Contents:
From John Haire of Ripley, yeoman, Thomas Haire of Ripley, yeoman, and Francis Gailes of Scarah, yeoman, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a messuage and 2 tofts or crofts in Ripley. Also John Haire's bond of performance.
Enclosed is lease from John Haer of Ripley shoemaker to Frances Gales of Scarah, thatcher, of his mansion house in Ripley for 399 years at a peppercorn rent, paying 5 shillings annually to the Rector of Ripley.
24 June 1692.

Lease and release  WYL230/1073  7 & 8 May 1705

Contents:
From Richard Dearlove of Ripley, yeoman and Mary his wife to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of a messuage with a garth in Ripley.

Grant  WYL230/1074  6 Jan 1729

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., to Sir Henry Goodrick of Ribston, Bart., and John Stockwell of Chelsea, esq., of the advowson of Ripley in trust that when the living falls vacant, they will present Samuel Kirshaw, son of Richard Kirshaw, the present incumbent.
Enclosed is a letter from Richard Wilson, Boroughbridge, to Sir John.
(Endd with note that Samuel Kirshaw refused to accept).

Lease and release  WYL230/1075  5 & 6 Nov 1735

Contents:
From Martin Hodgson of Ripley, yeoman, and Mary his wife to John Ingilby of Ripley, esq., son and heir of Sir John Ingilby of a messuage with a stable and garth in the town of Ripley.
Also related papers including Martin Hodgson senior's will, dated 30 Nov. 1734, articles of purchase, final concords, receipts for arrears of rent paid by John Ingilby, and a lease of 7 Nov. 1735 to Martin Mary and Thomas their son of this property for 99 years at £5 annual rent, in trust for them.
Sept.-Nov. 1735.

Grant  WYL230/1076  5 May 1780

The seals have been cut off.

Contents:
From John Ingilby of Ripley, esq., lately called John Wright, to Thomas Gordon of Princes Court, Westminster of an annuity of £200 from the manor of Ripley during the life of John Ingilby.

Copy assignment  WYL230/1077  15 May 1792

Contents:
From Alexander Lord Loughborough, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, at the request of Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., and with the consent of Martin Bladen Lord Hawke and William Lord Grantley to Samuel Heywood of Harpur Street, Red Lion Square, London, esq., and Rev. Matthew Woodford of Winchester, clerk, of a mortgage of the manor of Ripley, Ripley Park and premises in Ripley, for the remainder of a term of 500 years to secure £8,500.

RIPON  [no ref. or date]

Lease  WYL230/1078  5 Dec 1588

Contents:
From Marmaduke Warde of Mulwith gent., to Christopher Daye of North Lees Wood ('Northlay Woods') yeoman of a messuage in Ripon in a street called Horsefayre and 4 acres land in the town fields of Bishopton, for 10 years at 24 shillings annual rent.

Release  WYL230/1079  6 May 1679

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., to John Hardcastle of Nidd of a burgage in Ripon in a street called Westgate.

Lease  WYL230/1080  21 Mar 1690

Contents:
From the Rev. Christopher Wyvill, clerk, Dean of the collegiate church of Ripon and the chapter to William Bankes of a messuage converted into 2 stables in Agnesgate in Ripon for 21 years at 12s annual rent.

Lease and release  WYL230/1081  17 & 18 Apr 1719

Contents:
From Miles Shiperd of Ripon, yeoman, cousin and heir of Thomas Parlour late of Ripley, yeoman, deceased, to Sir John Ingleby of Ripley, Bart., of a messuage, burgage or tenement with appurtenances in Westgate in Ripon, as collateral security for the quiet enjoyment of property in Ripley.
Enclosed is a certificate of the baptisms of Miles son of Miles Shepeard, 29 October 1706, and Jane, daughter of Miles Shepeard, 27 January, 1711/2.
20 Jan. 1727/8

Bond  WYL230/1082  30 Apr 1739

Contents:
From Ralph Lomas of Grewelthorpe yeoman and others, mortgagees of hereditaments in Littlethorpe, the fields of Ripon, Thorpe and Bondgate to save harmless the executors of William Norton, trustee in the mortgage of 1721 which has now been assigned to William Hutchinson of Goldsborough.

SALTMARSHE (E.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Lease by letters patent  WYL230/1083  6 May 1577

Contents:
To Lady Isabel Ellerker, formerly wife of Christopher Estofte, of tithes in Saltmarshe, Cotness, Metham and Yokefleet, belonging to the prebend of Saltmarshe in the collegiate church of Howden, formerly held by John Fowberie, gent., and Richard Semer, yeoman, for 21 years at £18.6s.8d annual rent, in consideration of the surrender of a previous lease of 6 July 8 Elizabeth for 19 years and a fine of £36.13s.4d part of a sum of £67.13s.4d paid into the Exchequer.

SOUTH STAINLEY  [no ref. or date]

Property acquired from Henry Jeffrey  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL230/1084  13 Apr 1596

Contents:
From Francis Percye of Stubbs Walden in the parish of Womersley, gent., to William Allen of Nidd, yeoman, of closes called Howle Closes in (South) Stainley.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/1085  1 Jun 1628

Contents:
From William Allen of Nidd, yeoman, to Francis Allen his son and heir of closes called Howlle Closes, New Close and North Wood, in Stainley, reserving a moiety of this to William and Margaret his wife for their lives.

Settlement after marriage  WYL230/1086  8 Oct 1633

Contents:
Of Francis Allen of Houlecloses, yeoman, and Jane his wife, by feoffment from Francis to John Barister, of the parish of Fewston, gent., and John Hill of Harrogate of closes called Houle Closes, New Close and Northwood in (South) Stainley to the use of Francis and Jane for life and then their heirs.

Quitclaim  WYL230/1087  12 May 1647

Contents:
From Margaret Allaine of Howe or Howle Closes within the township of South Stainley, widow, late wife of William Allaine late of Nidd, to Francis Allaine her son of the third part of closes, parcel of Howe or Howle Closes, called Far Pasture or New Pasture.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/1088  11 Feb 1653

Contents:
From Francis Allaine of Howe or Howle Closes in the parish of Kirk Stainley, yeoman, to John Ayscough of York, gent., of a close of pasture called the Pingles and 5 closes of arable called North Wood, parcel of Howe or Howle Closes.

Defeazance of the bargain and sale WYL230/1088  WYL230/1089  11 Feb 1653

Contents:
If Allaine pays Ayscough £100.

Assignment of mortgage and further mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/1090  4 & 5 Aug 1674

Contents:
From John Allan of How or Howle Closes in the parish of South Stainley, yeoman and John Ayscough of Pontefract, gent., to Nicholas Sugar of York, gent., of a close called Pingles, 5 closes called North Wood, and a messuage and closes called Howle Close, Yates Close, Low Burrill Pitt and High Burrill Pitt, to secure £360.10s.

Final concord  WYL230/1091  Michaelmas Term 1674

Contents:
Between Nicholas Sugar, querent, and John Allen and Dorothy his wife, deforciants, of one messuage, 2 barns, one garden, one orchard, 80 acres land, 10 acres meadow, 30 acres pasture in Howle Closes and South Stainley.

Lease  WYL230/1092  26 Mar 1677

Contents:
From John Allan of Houlclose, yeoman, to Henry Swale, esq., of South Stainley of lands in Houlclose called Laith Close, Yates Close, Low Burrill Pitt, High Burrill Pitt, Pingills, 2 little closes beside the messuage at Houlclose, Haver Leas and Helme Close (details of crops) for one year at 20 shillings rent.

Lease and release  WYL230/1093  15 & Apr 1678

Contents:
From John Allan of Howe or Howle Closes within the parish of South Stainley and Nicholas Sugar of York, gent., to Michael Barstow of York, gent., of a messuage in South Stainley with closes called Howle Close, Yates Close, Low Burrill Pitt and High Burrill Pitt, a close called Pingles and 5 closes called North Wood.

Lease and release  WYL230/1094  2 & 3 May 1693

Contents:
From Michael Barstow of York, gent., to Henry Jeffrey of Stubbing within the parish of Ripon, yeoman, of a messuage in South Stainley with closes called Howle Close, Yates Close, Low Burrill Pitt, and High Burrill Pitt, and a close called Pingles and 5 closes called North Wood. Also Barstow's bonds to observe the covenants, to produce his indentures from John Allan and Nicholas Sugar when asked, and to secure the premises from his wife Alice's right of dower.

Lease and release  WYL230/1095  2 & 3 Mar 1700

Contents:
From Henry Jeffrey of Stubbing in the parish of Ripon, yeoman, to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart. of a messuage in South Stainley and closes called Hawle Close, Yates Close, Low Burrill Pitt, High Burrill Pitt and 5 closes called North Wood.

Birk Close  [no ref. or date]

Copy of will of Christopher Benson of South Sainley  WYL230/1096  4 Sep 1780

Lease and release  WYL230/1097  23 & 24 Mar 1787

Contents:
From Priscilla Storzaker of Aldfield, spinster, sister and heir of Thomas Storzaker, deceased, and Robert Donkin of South Stainley, gent., devisee in the wills of Christopher Benson late of South Stainley and Christopher Benson late of Givendale, and Hannah his wife to Francis Matson of Cayton, farmer, of Birk Close in South Stainley with tithes, Thomas Storzaker's executors also being a party.

Mortgage by bargain and sale  WYL230/1098  7 Apr 1787

Contents:
From Francis Matson of Cayton, farmer, to Ralph Rawling of Rainton farmer, of Birk Close or New Closes in South Stainley with tithes to secure £400.

Final concords (a pair)  WYL230/1099  Easter Term 1787

Contents:
Between Francis Matson querent and Robert Donkin and Hannah his wife, deforciants, of 40 acres land, 30 acres meadow and 30 acres pasture in South Stainley, and all tithes on these premises.

Extract from final concord  WYL230/1100  Easter Term 1787

Contents:
Between Francis Matson, querent, and Robert Donkin and Hannah his wife, deforciants, of land in South Stainley.

Mortgage by lease  WYL230/1101  19 Apr 1792

Contents:
From Francis Matson of Cayton, farmer, to Thomas Rawling of Topcliffe, joiner, of Birk Close or New Closes in South Stainley with tithes for 1000 years to secure £200.

Grant  WYL230/1102  1 Feb 1803

Contents:
From Horner Reynard of Ripon, gent., to Francis Matson of Ingmanthorpe, of a moiety of a modus of 3s 11d from Matson's land in Stainley with Cayton called Birk Closes.

Estate acquired from Matthew Thackwray  [no ref. or date]

Licence  WYL230/1103  2 Oct 1582

Contents:
To William Gresham esq. to alienate a messuage called South Cayton Grange and lands (field-names) held in chief, to William Vavasour esq.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/1104  1 Nov 1582

Contents:
From William Gresham of Westram, Kent, esq., to William Vavasour of Weston, Yorks, of a messuage called South Cayton Grange and closes (field-names) in the parish of Stainley.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/1105  13 Mar 1583

Contents:
From William Vavasour of Weston, Yorks., esq., to Frances Pulleyn of Scotton, widow, of a messuage in South Cayton in the parish of Stainley and closes (field-names) in South Cayton in the parish of Stainley.

Copy of letters patent  WYL230/1106  15 Jun 1587

Contents:
Granting to William and Thomas Kirkham lands in Stainley formerly belonging to Fountains Abbey, and lands belonging to other dissolved monasteries, chantries etc. in various counties of England.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/1107  7 Jul 1587

Contents:
From William Kirkham and Thomas Kirkham of Gray's Inn, gents., to Mauger Vavasour of Newton, Yorks., Esq., and John Vavasour of Waltham Holy Cross, Essex, of closes (field-names) lately belonging to the abbey of Fountains, in the parish and township of Stainley, granted to the Kirkhams by letters patent of 15 June 29 Eliz., paying to the queen the yearly rent therein mentioned.

Deed of covenant  WYL230/1108  13 Jan 1588

Contents:
Between Frances Pulleyne of Newhall, parish of Otley, widow, and Denis Baynebrigge her son of Newhall, gent., on one part, and Mauger Vavasour of Weston on the other, for the conveyance from Frances and Denis to William Nawdon and Robert Metcalfe of Weston, yeomen, of a messuage in South Cayton in the parish of Stainley and several closes (field-names) in South Cayton in the parish of Stainley, thereafter to be leased to Frances for 4 years.

Defeasance of a recognisance by statute merchant  WYL230/1109  13 Jan 1588

Contents:
By which Mauger Vavasour of Weston, esq., agrees that if Frances Pulleyne of Newhall, widow, and Denis Bayne-brigge of Newhall, gent., Frances' son fulfil the conditions of an indenture, their recognisance by statute merchant of the same date will be void.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/1110  17 Nov 1625

Contents:
From Marmaduke Palliser of Birthwaite near Ripley, yeoman, to William Vavasour of Weston, Esq., of a close of arable in Newton near Ripley called Four Nooke Close or Four Corner close abutting on the north on part of Vavasour's property called Beckleys, on the east on the highway to the Hall in Newton, on the south on a parcel occupied by Mr. Pulleine, parson of Ripley, on the west on the lordship of Scarah.

Deed to declare the use of a fine  WYL230/1111  20 Jan 1627

Contents:
Between Sir Ferdinand Fairefax of Denton and Sir Peter Middleton of Stockeld, knights, and William Vavasour of Weston, esq., of a capital messuage and lands in Newton and 2 closes in South Cayton, to be held to the use of Vavasour for life and then to the use of Anne his wife.

Lease  WYL230/1112  24 Mar 1629

Contents:
From William Vavasour of Weston, esq., and Mauger Vavasour his son and heir to George Pallesser of Ripley, blacksmith, of a small parcel of ground taken by Pallesser from their close called Becke Lease in Newton, and added to his close called Sawkell Inge in the parish of Ripley, for 1,000 years at 2 pence annual rent, Pallesser to maintain the fences between Sawkell Inge and the Vavasours' closes of Becke Lease and Little Wood Field.

Settlement after marriage  WYL230/1113  30 Jun 1637

Contents:
Of Mauger Vavasour (now dead) son of William Vavasour of Weston, Esq., and Frances, eldest daughter of Piers Leigh late of Lyme in co. Palatine of Chester, by which William Vavasour and Anne his wife agree to levy a fine to Francis and Peter Leigh of Lyme, esqs., of the grange or capital messuage of South Cayton with lands for 99 years as a jointure for Frances.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/1114  3 Nov 1653

Contents:
From Thomas Vavasour of Weston, esq., to George Reinoldson and Richard Bickerdike of Ulleskelf, yeomen, of the grange or capital messuage of Newton and South Cayton and lands there.

Declaration  WYL230/1115  7 Nov 1653

Contents:
By William Creyke of the city of York, mercer, that a lease to him by William Vavasour of Weston, esq., on 3 Nov. 1653, of the grange or capital messuage of Newton and South Cayton and lands in these places for 99 years was in trust for Lawrence Parsons.

Exemplification of a fine  WYL230/1116  Trinity Term 1654

Contents:
Between George Reynoldson and Richard Bickerdike, plaintiffs, and Thomas Vavasour, Esq., and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants, of the manor of Newton and 2 messuages, 4 barns, one dovehouse, 3 gardens, 3 orchards, 140 acres land, 140 acres meadow, 150 acres pasture, 40 acres wood, 80 acres furze and heath, 20 acres moor, in Newton, South Cayton, Ripley, Nidd, Stainley, Scarah and Birthwaite.

Declaration  WYL230/1117  6 Feb 1656

Contents:
By George Reynoldson and Richard Bickerdike of Ulleskelf, yeomen that a bargain and sale of 3 Nov. 1653 from Thomas Vavasour to them of the manor of Newton and South Cayton was in trust for Lawrence Parsons of Ulleskelf, esq., and agreement to hold it to the use of Parsons for life, then his wife Frances for life, then their heirs, Richard Standish of Duxbury, Lancs., esq., and Richard Sandys of Downe, Kent, also being parties.

Deed of covenant  WYL230/1118  18 Jul 1659

Contents:
By Mauger Vavasour, esq., of York, son and heir of Thomas Vavasour of Weston, esq., with Lawrence Parsons of Ulleskelf, esq., to move a writ of entry in the name of Robert Walters of Cundall against George Reinoldson and Richard Bickardike of Ulleskelf, yeomen, tenants of the grange or capital messuage of Newton and South Cayton and to appear to warranty and vouch to warranty the common vouchee.

Lease and release  WYL230/1119  1 & 2 Jun 1668

Contents:
From George Reynoldson of Ulleskelf, yeoman, and Richard Bickardike of Roch, Yorks., yeoman, to Lawrence Parsons of Newton Hall, esq., of the manor, grange, and capital messuage of Newton and South Cayton, sold to them in trust for Parsons.

Assignment  WYL230/1120  9 Apr 1675

Contents:
From Stephen Thompson of York, knight, to William Vavasour of Weston of a term of 21 years in the manor of Newton with lands in Newton and South Cayton, reciting an indenture of 15 March 22 Charles II, Frances Vavasour also being a party.

Mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/1121  30 & 31 Jul 1688

Contents:
From William Vavasour of Weston, Esq., and Frances Vavasour of Weston, widow, his mother, to Thomas Langley of York, gentleman, and Abraham Fothergill of Chancery Lane, gentleman of farms and lands in Newton and South Cayton, to secure £1,000 and interest.
Also counterpart to above.
Attached are receipts from Vavasour to Langley and Fothergill for £1,000 and from John Battie of Warmsworth to Vavasour for £500 due to his wife Susanna, Vavasour's sister.
31 July 1688.

Further mortgage  WYL230/1122  4 Feb 1689

Contents:
To secure additional £200 on property as in WYL230/1121.
Also counterpart.

Declaration  WYL230/1123  18 Feb 1689

Contents:
By Thomas Langley of York, gent., Abraham Fothergill of Chancery Lane, gent., and Roger Belwood of the Middle Temple, esq., that each of them contributed £400 of the £1200 lent to William Vavasour, and that each is to receive one third of the money repaid by him.

Copy settlement after marriage  WYL230/1124  27 Oct 1692

Contents:
Of William Vavasour of Weston, esq. and Mary his wife, by release from Vavasour, Mary his wife, and Frances Vavasour of Weston, widow, his mother, to Darcy Molineux of Manfield, Notts., esq., and Francis Procter of Furnivalls Inn, gent., of the manor or lordship of Weston, the capital messuage called Weston Hall and all messuages and lands in Newton and Cayton, to hold to the use of William Vavasour for 99 years, then in trust to preserve contingent remainder and provide portions for younger children providing an annuity of £120 for Frances Vavasour for life from Weston Hall and several closes (named) and an annuity of £120 for Mary Vavasour from the manor of Weston until William's death, after which she is to receive £350; Thomas Fawkes of Farnley, Esq., also being a party.

Mortgage by lease  WYL230/1125  9 Jun 1697

Contents:
From William Vavasour of Weston, esq., to Lawrence Eusden of Spofforth, D.D. of messuages and lands in Newton and Cayton for 99 years to secure £800 and interest, reciting deeds of 26 & 27 Oct. 1692.
Also counterpart to above.

Bond  WYL230/1126  9 Jun 1697

Contents:
Of William Vavasour of Weston, esq., to Lawrence Eusden of Spofforth, professor of Sacred Theology, in £1600 to perform the covenants of indentures of lease and release of the same date.

Mortgage  WYL230/1127  13 May 1701

Contents:
By William Vavasour of Weston, esq., to Battina and Frances Eusden, spinsters, daughters of Lawrence Eusden late of Spofforth, D.D. to secure additional £200 on the Newton and South Cayton property.

Assignment of mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/1128  16 & 17 Apr 1717

Contents:
From Thomas Fothergill of the parish of St. Andrews, Middlesex, grandson and heir of Abraham Fothergill, late of the Six Clerks Office, Chancery Lane, gent., Henry Currer of Kildwick, esq., William Busfield of Rishworth, esq., and Thomas Langley of Grimston, esq., (executors of Abraham Fothergill) and William Vavasour of Weston esq., to Bridget Thornton of Wakefield, widow, of messuages and lands in Newton and South Cayton.
Also counterparts to above.

Copy of release  WYL230/1129  Copied 1795

Contents:
By Sarah Vavasour of Weston, spinster, to William Vavasour her father and William Vavasour her brother, of her portion under her father's marriage settlement and all actions.
11 Feb. 1723.

Extract from recovery  WYL230/1130  Hilary Term 1729

Contents:
Suffered by William Vavasour etc., of the manors of Weston and Newton and lands in Weston Askwith, Newton and lands in Weston, Askwith, Newton, South Cayton, Stainley and Ripley.

Copy of acquittance  WYL230/1131  Copied 1795

Contents:
By Thomas Vavavasour to William Vavasour his brother for his share of money due under his father's marriage settlement.
17 Oct. 1730.

Copy of settlement before marriage  WYL230/1132  Copied 1784

Contents:
Of William Vavasour of Weston, esq., eldest son of William Vavasour, late of Weston, deceased and Ann Chaplin, one of 3 daughters of Porter Chaplin late of Tathwell, Lincs. by release from Vavasour to Sir Walter Calverley of Calverley, Bart., and Israel Woollaston of the Middle Temple, gentleman, of the manor of Weston, Weston Hall, messuages and lands in Newton and Cayton, and all other lands in Weston, Askwith, Newton, Cayton, Ripley and Stainley, in trust to provide an annuity for Ann after William's death, then to provide for their children; Thomas Fawkes of Farnley esq. and William Churchman the younger of Illington, Norfolk, esq., also being named trustees.
4 June 1731.

Lease and release  WYL230/1133  25 & 26 Feb 1734

Contents:
From Tempest Thornton of Wakefield, esq., son and heir of Bridget Thornton, to Sir Walter Calverley of Calverley, Bart., and Israel Woolaston of the Middle Temple, gentleman, of messuages and lands mortgaged by William Vavasour in Newton and South Cayton, the principal sum having been paid by Thomas Fawkes of Farnley, esq., and William Churchman the younger of Illington, Norfolk, esq., to be held in trust according to a deed of release of settlement, William Vavasour of Weston, esq., son of William Vavasour, deceased, also being a party.

Copy of settlement made before marriage  WYL230/1134  Copied 1795

Contents:
Of William Candler of Calen, Kilkenny, esq., and Mary Vavasour of Weston, spinster, providing that, of Mary's portion of £2,000 from the manor of Weston and lands in Newton and South Cayton, £1,000 shall be to the use of William, and £1,000 will be held by Ann Vavasour of Weston, widow, and Walter Vavasour of Weston, esq., paying the profits to William for life, then Mary for life, and then their children.
9 Dec. 1758.

Copy of lease and release  WYL230/1135  Copied 1784

Contents:
From Walter Vavasour of Weston, Esq., to Francis Fawkes of Furnivall's Inn, gent., of the manor of Weston, the capital messuage called Weston Hall, messuages and lands in Newton and Cayton, and lands, reversions etc. in Weston, Askwith, Newton, Cayton, Ripley and Stainley, to be held until an action for recovery is brought by John Richardson of Furnivall's Inn, gent.
1 & 2 May 1761.

Copy settlement before marriage  WYL230/1136  Copied 1790

Contents:
Of Walter Vavasour of Weston, esq., eldest son of William Vavasour, deceased, and Ellen Elmsall of Thornhill, only daughter of Edward Elmsall, late of Tower Dock in the parish of All Hallows Barking, by release to Ayscough Fawkes of Farnley, esq., and Edward Elmsall of Thornhill, gent., of the manor of Weston, Weston Hall and lands in Askwith, Newton and Cayton, in trust to provide an annuity for Ellen after Walter's death, and to provide for their children.
30 June 1761.

Copy exemplification of a recovery  WYL230/1137  Copied 1784

Contents:
Brought by John Richardson against Francis Fawkes of the manors of Weston and Newton and appurtenances in Weston, Askwith, Newton, South Cayton, Stainley and Ripley, vouching Walter Vavasour to warranty.
Trinity Term 1761

Copy of acquittance  WYL230/1138  Copied 1795

Contents:
From John Vavasour of London, esq., one of the younger sons of William Vavasour of Weston, esq., deceased, to Walter Vavasour, his brother, Thomas Fawkes and William Churchman, for the portion due to him under his father's marriage settlement.
5 June 1767.

Copy of acquittance  WYL230/1139  Copied 1795

Contents:
By Charles Vavasour of Burley, gentleman, one of the younger sons of William Vavasour of Weston, esq., deceased, to Walter Vavasour his brother, Thomas Fawkes and William Churchman for the portion due under his father's marriage settlement.
27 June 1769.

Copy of will of Walter Vavasour of Weston, esq.  WYL230/1140  Copied 1784

Contents:
Providing for his children, and appointing Sir Walter Vavasour of Hazlewood and Rev. James Willoughby of Guiseley as trustees.
9 Oct. 1778.

Mortgage by lease  WYL230/1141  17 Feb 1784

Contents:
From Edward Elmsall of Thornhill, esq., the surviving trustee for raising fortunes for the younger children of Walter Vavasour, to Gilbert Michell of Thornhill, esq., of messuages and lands (field-names) in Ripley, Newton, Cayton and Stainley for 500 years at a peppercorn rent, to secure £2,000 to pay Ellen Vavasour's portion.

Declaration  WYL230/1142  17 Feb 1784

Contents:
By Gilbert Michell that, of £2,000 paid by him to Edward Elmsall as consideration money of an indenture of the same date £1700 is his own money, and £300 is Elmsall's in trust according to the marriage settlement of Walter Vavasour, deceased.
Attached are 2 receipts from Elmsall for the interest on the £1700, and for the £300 plus interest.
3 March & 17 Aug 1784.

Copy of acquittance  WYL230/1143  Copied Aug 1795

Contents:
By Ellen Vavasour, spinster, daughter of Walter Vavasour, late of Weston, esq., to Walter Ayscough Fawkes Vavasour, her brother, for her portion under her father's marriage settlement, paid by Edward Elmsall, the trustee.
18 Feb. 1784.

Copy of acquittance  WYL230/1144  Copied 1795

Contents:
From Mary Candler of York, widow, Sir Jonathan Cope of the kingdom of France, Bart., and Anna Bella his wife (Mary Candler's daughter) Henry Candler of Tadcaster, gent., and Thomas Candler of the Royal Navy, to Walter Ayscough Fawkes Vavasour, for money due to Mary Candler's children after her death under her marriage settlement, they having received money in lieu of this.
17 Aug. 1786.

Copy lease and release  WYL230/1145  Copied 1789

Contents:
From Edward Elmsall Vavasour of Weston Hall, esq., to Joseph Lyon of Gray's Inn, gent., of the manor of Weston, Weston Hall, a moiety of the manor of Askwith, the manor of Newton or Newton with Cayton and all lands etc. in Weston, Askwith, Newton, Cayton, South Cayton, Ripley, Nidd and South Stainley so that a common recovery can be brought by Peter Earnshaw the younger, now or late of the city of London.
9 & 10 March 1789.

Copy exemplification of recovery  WYL230/1146  Copied 1789

Contents:
Brought by Peter Earnshaw the younger, gent., against Joseph Lyon, gent., of the above property, vouching Edward Elmsall Vavasour to warranty.
Easter Term 1789.

Assignment  WYL230/1147  7 Aug 1789

Contents:
From Gilbert Michell of Thornhill, esq., to Rev. John Michell of Thornhill, clerk, of a mortgage term of property in Newton, Ripley, Cayton, and Stainley, in trust for Gilbert Michell and his heirs and after payment of sum involved in trust for Edward Elmsall Vavasour, to attend the inheritance of the same premises.

Copy of further mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/1148  Copied 1795

Contents:
From Edward Elmsall Vavasour of Weston, eldest brother and heir of Walter Ayscough Fawkes Vavasour, deceased, to Gilbert Michell of Thornhill, esq., of mortgaged property in Newton, Ripley, Cayton, Stainley, Weston, and Askwith, to secure additional £3,000.
7 & 8 Aug. 1789.

Copy of acquittance  WYL230/1149  Aug 1790

Contents:
By William Vavasour late of Weston, esq., youngest son of Walter Vavasour, deceased, to Edward Elmsall the trustee, and Edward Elmsall Vavasour, his brother, for the portion due to him under his father's marriage settlement.

Lease and release  WYL230/1150  1 & 2 Aug 1792

Contents:
From Edward Vavasour of Weston Hall, esq., to Thomas Hill of Grange, York, esq., of the manor of Newton or Newton with Cayton and messuages and lands in Newton and Cayton, in trust for Edward Vavasour and his heirs, as Edward is about to marry Augusta Ann Sutton, youngest daughter of Elizabeth Sutton of Scotton House, Notts., widow, who is in her minority and so cannot execute a settlement.

Release of actions  WYL230/1151  9 Apr 1795

Contents:
From Frances Vavasour of Sowerby, spinster, only child of Charles Vavasour late of Wetherby one of the children of William Vavasour formerly of Weston, to Edward Elmsall Vavasour, reciting William Vavasour's marriage settlement of Oct. 1692.
Enclosed is a letter from Robert Stockdale, York, about obtaining a release from Miss Vavasour's trustee.
28 March 1795.

Lease and release  WYL230/1152  14 & 15 Apr 1795

Contents:
From Thomas Turton, late of Meanwood and now of Great George Street, Westminster, devisee by will of John Michell of property mortgaged to Gilbert Michell and vested in John at Gilbert's death, Edward Elmsall Vavasour of Weston esq. and Thomas Hill of Grange, York, esq., to Henry Duncombe of Copgrove, esq., and John Beckett of Leeds, esq. of the manor of Newton or Newton with Cayton, and lands (field-names) in Ripley, Newton, Cayton and Stainley, Ann Wilson of Tanfield Hall, widow, and Thomas Norcliffe Dalton of the same, esq., also being parties. At the end is a schedule of deeds which are to be conveyed with the property.

Lease and release  WYL230/1153  16 & 17 Apr 1795

Contents:
From Henry Duncombe of Copgrove, esq., and John Beckett of Leeds, esq., to Rev. James Dalton of Copgrove, clerk, and John Calverley of Leeds, esq., of the manor of Newton or Newton with Cayton and lands (field-names) in Ripley, Newton, Cayton and Stainley, to the uses expressed in Thomas Norcliffe Dalton's marriage settlement of Dec. 1784 concerning lands in Leeds and Moor Allerton.

An abstract of the Title  WYL230/1154  [1799]

Contents:
Of the Trustees in Mr. Dalton's Settlement to Estates at Newton and Cayton ...
1582-1795.
With an opinion by W. Withers, York.
10 April 1799.

Lease and release  WYL230/1155  8 & 9 Apr 1799

Contents:
From Henry Duncombe of Copgrove, esq., and John Beckett of Leeds, esq., as trustees for Thomas Norcliffe Dalton and Ann Wilson, to William Gray of York, gent., of the manor of Newton or Newton with Cayton, and lands (field-names) in Ripley, Newton, Cayton and Stainley, in trust for Matthew Thackwray of Bilton with Harrogate, innkeeper; with mortgage by lease from Thackwray to Duncombe and Beckett for 500 years to secure half of the purchase money.
Endorsed with surrender of mortgage term.
22 Dec. 1800.

Deeds concerning estates in Newton, Cayton and Stainley  WYL230/1156  1800 - 1835

Contents:
Bought by Sir William Amcotts Ingilby from Matthew Thackwray Aug. 1815, and subsequently reconveyed to him by Richard Oastler, his mortgagee.
Also a schedule of deeds.
24 Eliz. (1582) - 1815.

Grant  WYL230/1157  30 Apr 1801

Contents:
From Horner Reynard of Ripon, gent., to Matthew Thackwray of Bilton with Harrogate, innkeeper, of a moiety of a modus of £3.7s 6d from Thackwray's lands in Stainley with Cayton.

Abstract of a mortgage  WYL230/1158  Made 1818

Contents:
Of an estate at Newton, etc., from Sir William Ingilby to Matthew Thackwray.
29 Aug. 1815

Schedule of the title deeds and writings  WYL230/1159  [1818]

Contents:
Relating to an estate at Newton, Cayton and Stainley in the county of York belonging to Sir William Ingilby, Bart., and in mortgage to Richard Oastler, esq. ..
1582 - 1818.

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale  WYL230/1160  28 Oct 1622

Contents:
From William Singleton of Ripley, gent., to William Ingilby of Ripley, Esq., of a close called Stubb Wood, part of the land in South Stainley granted by Francis Swale to Thomas Ingilby and William Singleton.

Copy of a declaration  WYL230/1161  24 Jun 1763

Contents:
By Sir John Ingilby of Ripley that a farm in Cayton in the parish of South Stainley, released to Sir John on the same date, is in trust for John Michael Messenger, esq., only son of Michael James Messenger of Fountains Abbey, who had advanced the consideration money.
Enclosed is a letter from James Collins saying that he is returning Mr. Messenger's deed,
12 March 1766.
With a note at the bottom of its signing by Sir John.
2 April 1766.

Copy of release  WYL230/1162  20 Feb 1800

Contents:
From John Tekell, the younger, esq., Ann Tekell spinster and Sarah Tekell, spinster, of Hambledon House, nr. Horndean, Hants., children of Ann Tekell one of the children of Humphrey Bellamy, to Horner Reynard of Ripon, gent., of a moiety of a close called Poor Folks Close in South Stainley or Kirk Stainley with tithes from them and moduses from lands in South Stainley with Cayton.

Grant  WYL230/1163  6 Apr 1805

Contents:
From Horner Reynard of Ripon, gent., to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley Park, gent., and William Ingilby of the same, esq., of a moiety of a modus of 5 shillings from lands of Sir John and William Ingilby at Stainley with Cayton called Docken Bush Farm.

Abstracts of title  WYL230/1164  1854 - 55

Contents:
Of Rev. Meredith Brown to Dockenbush Farm at South Stainley (1768 - 1845) with observations on his title, a deed of covenants to produce documents and other related papers.

SPOFFORTH  [no ref. or date]

Assignment of a lease  WYL230/1165  19 Apr 1592

Contents:
From Marmaduke Ward of Mulwith, gent., and John Godfrey, William Allenson, William Woodborne and James Nursey of Spofforth, yeomen, to Sampson Inglebye, gent., of a moiety of the herbage and pasture of Spofforth Park, for the remainder of a term of 21 years created in a lease of 8 April 32 Elizabeth from Henry Earl of Northumberland.

Settlement  WYL230/1166  2 Apr 1614

Contents:
By which Richard Paver of Braham, esq., and William Paver his son and heir covenant with William Sottell of Aketon (?) gent., and Henry Sottell his son, and Thomas Beverley of Great Smeaton, esq., and Robert Beverley of York, esq., that George Fryer will bring a common recovery against William Paver concerning the manor of Newsome, and lands in Newsome, Spofforth, Ribston and Kirk Deighton, Richard Paver being vouched to warranty, and all parties covenant that the recovery will be variously to the uses of Henry Sottell, William Sottell, William jointly with his wife Dorothy, and Dorothy Sottell his daughter.

Exemplification of a fine  WYL230/1167  Hilary Term 1632

Contents:
Between William Sothell, gent. querent, and William Pavyer, gent., deforciant, of the manor of Newsome, and 50 acres land, 70 acres meadow, and 70 acres pasture in Newsome, Spofforth, Kirk Deighton, Plompton and within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Settlement before marriage  WYL230/1168  26 May 1634

Contents:
Of William Sothell of Newsome, gent., and Elizabeth Skelton, daughter of Seth Skelton of Osmondthorpe, esq., by which Sothell agrees to convey to Sir Peter Midleton of Stockeld, knight, and Skelton, the manor of Newsome, and levy a fine to them, after which Arthur Godfrey of Spofforth, gent., will bring a recovery against them, the closes called Leafeild, Little Cowclose, Leavy Close and Inge Close, to be to the use of Elizabeth, the rest to the use of Sothell.

Exemplification of a fine  WYL230/1169  Michaelmas Term 1634

Contents:
Between Peter Middleton, knight, and Seth Skelton, esq., querents, and William Sothell, gent., deforciant, of the manor of Newsome and 100 acres land, 50 acres meadow, 70 acres pasture, 50 acres furze and heath and 50 acres moor in Newsome, Spofforth, Ribston, Kirk Deighton, Plompton and the Forest of Knaresborough.

Exemplification of a common recovery  WYL230/1170  Hilary Term 1635

Contents:
Brought by Arthur Godfrey, gent., against Peter Middleton, knight, and Seth Skelton, esq., concerning the manor of Newsome, and 100 acres land, 50 acres meadow, 70 acres pasture, 50 acres furze and heath and 50 acres moor in Newsome, Spofforth, Ribston, Kirk Deighton, Plompton and the Forest of Knaresborough, William Sothell being vouched to warranty.

Covenant  WYL230/1171  20 Apr 1657

Contents:
Between Edward Foster of Thorne, gent., Elizabeth his wife, and Seth Sothell of Thorne, gent., on one part, George Kinde of Colby, Lincs., gent, on the second part, and William Skelton of Thorne, gent., that Foster his wife and Sothell will levy a fine of the manor of Newsome and all their lands in Newsome, Spofforth, Ribston, Kirk Deighton, Plompton, Stainforth and the Forest of Knaresborough to Kinde, after which William Skelton will bring a recovery, the land in Stainforth to the use of Foster and the rest to the use of Sothell.

Exemplification of a recovery  WYL230/1172  Michaelmas Term 1657

Contents:
Brought by William Skelton against George Kinde of the manor of Newsome and a messuage, 67 acres land, 78 acres meadow and 66 acres pasture in Newsome, Spofforth, Ribston, Kirk Deighton and Plumpton within the forest of Knaresborough and Stainforth, Edward Foster and Elizabeth his wife and Seth Sothell being vouched to warranty.

Note of a fine  WYL230/1173  Hilary Term 1632

Contents:
Between William Sothell, gent., and William Paver, gent., of Newsome and 50 acres land, 70 acres meadow and 70 acres pasture in Newsome, Spofforth, Kirk Deighton, Plompton and the forest of Knaresborough, with receipt for the charges.

Feoffment  WYL230/1174  22 Jan 1669

Contents:
From Seth Sothell of Thorne, gent., to Sir William Ingleby of Ripley, Bart., of the manor of Newsome and all his lands, etc., in Newsome, Spofforth, Ribston, Kirk Deighton, Plompton and the Forest of Knaresborough, with Sothell's bond for performance.
Enclosed are a pair of final concords relating to the above.
Easter Term 21 Charles II (1669).

Lease  WYL230/1175  4 Apr 1806

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., William Ingilby of Ripley his only son, and Horner Reynard of Ripon, gent., to Jane Marcella Brooke of the Grange near Bedale, widow, of the manor of Newsome, and all Sir John's and William's messuages and lands in Newsome in the parish of Spofforth for a year at a peppercorn rent.
Enclosed is a bond of Sir John and William Ingilby to Jane Marcella Brooke in £4000 to secure payment of £2000.
5 April 1806.

Abstract of the title  WYL230/1176  1806

Contents:
Of Sir John Ingilby and William Ingilby to the manor of Newsome and messuages and lands there, now mortgaged to Mrs. J.M. Brooke.
1733 - 1805.

Schedule of deeds, 1657-1806  WYL230/1177  Apr 1806

Contents:
Concerning the manor of Newsome and premises in Newsome and the parish of Spofforth now mortgaged to Mrs. Jane Marcella Brooke.

Lease and release  WYL230/1178  13 & 14 Feb 1832

Contents:
From John Elsworth of Ribston with Walshford, farmer, to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of a parcel of land in the parish of Spofforth.
Enclosed are lawyers' bills.
1831-32.

Memorandum of agreement  WYL230/1179  10 Feb 1858

Contents:
Between Rev. Henry Ingilby and Rev. Henry Day Ingilby of Ripley Castle on one part, and Richard Ellsworth of Dunkeswick, farmer, to straighten the boundary between Newsome Farm and Ellsworth's property in the parish of Spofforth, with attached plan.

SPROATLEY (E.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Lease  WYL230/1180  29 May 1516

Contents:
From Leo Parchay esq., Walter Parchay and William Parchay to Richard Smetheley and Elizabeth his wife, of all their lands and tenements in Sproatley, Wolverton, Swanland, and Kirk Ella, and a rent of 13s. 4d in Hessle, for 7 years, at a red rose rent.

Lease  WYL230/1181  2 Jun 1517

Contents:
From Walter Parchay esq., William Parchay and Peter Parchay to Henry Thwaytes, knight, John Pykeryng, gent., Peter Assheby, clerk, and Christopher Canybe, priest, of all their lands and tenements in Sproatley in Holderness to the use of Richard Smetheley, gent., and Elizabeth his wife and their heirs, with power of attorney to Robert Pylholme, lately their tenant, and Walter Emerson to deliver seisin.

THRUSCROSS  [no ref. or date]

Quitclaim  WYL230/1182  1 Sep 1519

Contents:
From John Thorpe, Alice his wife, Lancelot Skirrow, Christian his wife, James Tenant and Joanna his wife, to Ralph Pulleyn, gent., of 7 acres of land in Thruscross sold to him and recovered by him against them in the court of the lord King at Knaresborough.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/1183  26 Apr 1558

Contents:
From Walter Pulleyn of Scotton, esq., to William Inglebie of Ripley, knight, of all his freehold and copyhold lands in the hamlet of Hill and township of Thruscross.

Feoffment  WYL230/1184  24 Jun 1559

Contents:
From Walter Pulleyn of Scotton esq., and William Pulleyn his son and heir of the same place, gent., to William Inglebye of Ripley, knight, of 9 acres of land in Thruscross in the forest of Knaresborough; with power of attorney to Richard Frankland and Christopher Banke to deliver seisin.

Deeds concerning a piece of land called New Moss at Thruscross within Knaresborough Forest  WYL230/1185  1775-1817

Contents:
Bought by Dr. John Jebb from the Commissioners for Knaresborough Forest Inclosure, sold by the Earl of Harewood to Rev. Henry Ramsden Sept. 1817 and later sold to Sir W.A. Ingilby, with abstract of Ramsden's title.

Surrenders  WYL230/1186  1807 - 21

4 items

Contents:
Concerning a piece of land in Thruscross on Redlish sold by William Fielding and his mortgagee to Rev. Henry Ramsden.

Deeds, surrenders, etc. concerning land at Thruscross  WYL230/1187  1775-1823

Contents:
Sold in 1820 to Rev. Henry Ramsden and by him to Sir W.A. Ingilby in 1828 including the certificate of the commissioners for enclosing Knaresborough Forest describing the lot sold to John Jebb, with an abstract of Ramsden's title.

Deeds  WYL230/1188  1796 - 1823

4 items

Contents:
Concerning land at Thruscross on Redlish within the Forest of Knaresborough sold by James Hebden to Robert Abbey in Jan. 1797.

Surrender  WYL230/1189  23 Oct 1828

Contents:
By Henry Ramsden of Bradsby clerk, to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle of a piece of land called New Moss, a piece in Thruscross and 2 pieces in Thruscross on Redlish and any other lands in Thornthwaite with Padside and Thruscross, within the Forest of Knaresborough.

WELBURY (N.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Lease  WYL230/1190  5 Mar 1683

Contents:
From John Walker of Headingley, gent., to Dame Margaret Ingleby, widow, and Sir John Ingleby, Bart., her son and heir of a mansion house called West Sawcocke or Salcocke in the parish of Welbury with lands (field - names) for a year at a peppercorn rent.

Part cut off an indenture of mortgage  WYL230/1191  Late 17th cent

Contents:
Between John Walker, and Dame Margaret and Sir John Ingleby to secure £500.

Last sheet of mortgage  WYL230/1192  17th cent

Contents:
From John Walker to Dame Margaret and Sir John Ingleby to secure £500.

WETHERBY  [no ref. or date]

Final concord  WYL230/1193  Easter Term 1673

Contents:
Between Martin Tayler, gent., and Katherine his wife, querents, and Richard Pulleyne and Jane his wife, Alice Pulleyne, widow, and Dorothy Sympson, widow, deforciants, of a messuage, 10 acres land and 20 acres meadow in Wetherby.

YORK  [no ref. or date]

Bond  WYL230/1194  4 Jan 1559

Contents:
Of Peter Newarke of Acomb, York, gent., to Robert Pallester of Holgate, husbandman, in £20, for quiet enjoyment of a messuage in Holgate.

Draft (?) lease  WYL230/1195  1683

Used as wrapper for deeds

Contents:
From Edward Thompson lord mayor of York and the commonalty of the city to Abraham Faber of York, gent., of a common moat outside Micklegate Bar on the east of the Bar in the suburbs of York for 21 years at £1.5s.8d annual rent.

VARIOUS  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment  WYL230/1196  23 Jan 1536

Contents:
From Brian Rouclyff, esq. son and heir of John Rouclyff of Colthorp, knight, deceased, to William Skrymsher and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of Nicholas Middelton of North Deighton, deceased, of all his lands etc., in the towns, fields and hamlets of Spofforth, Leathley, Castley, Newby, Wescoehill ('Westow'), Weeton, Healthwaite, and a moiety of a messuage and lands in Aldbrough late of William Shawes, which John Rouclyff, esq., Robert Pycherd, clerk, William Fairfax, William Babthorp, James Roos and Robert Ratclyff now deceased lately had of the gift of Nicholas Middelton by a deed of 1 Aug. 14 Henry VII.

Grant by letters patent  WYL230/1197  1547-1553

Contents:
To George Talbot, knight, Lord Talbot, of the manor and castle of Bolsover, Derbyshire, and former monastic lands in Galphay, Kirkby Malzeard, the manor of Brampton, 'Cantelowe' (Cantley?) Newland, Pontefract, Clifton, and Kelsit Grange in the Forest of Galtres, Yorkshire, Hilton, Derbyshire, and Denbighshire.
20 May ? Edward VI.

Surrenders of land in the Forest of Knaresborough  WYL230/1198  1524-1574

Attached

[no title]  WYL230/1198(1)  22 Sep 1574

Contents:
Peter Fawvell to William Inglebie of an acre of land and meadow at Herper Yeat in the hamlet of Thornthwaite within the vill of Thruscross.

[no title]  WYL230/1198(2)  31 Jul 1566

Contents:
Lawrence Jeffraie late of Fewston to William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, of 3 messuages and lands in the hamlet of Fewston within the vill of Timble, and a fulling mill.

[no title]  WYL230/1198(3)  1524

Contents:
John Hill of Pannal, John Foxe of the same and William Maxwell of Ripley, feoffators of Ralph Baok, to William Baok, Ralph's son, of 39 acres land in Clint, 18 May 1524
And William Baoke to William Ingleby esq. of 6½ acres in 5 closes in Clint called Whipley Closes or Northfeld.
17 Sept. 1524

[no title]  WYL230/1198(4)  7 Feb 1565

Contents:
William Inglebie, knight, to Robert Pullene of Padside of ½ acre of land called Blaburye Close for 12 years.

[no title]  WYL230/1198(5)  8 May 1567

Contents:
Robert Lewtie of Clint and Johanna his wife to Brian Brown of the reversion of a close called Wodside Close in Clint for 12 years.

[no title]  WYL230/1198(6)  31 Jan 1563

Contents:
William Yngleby, knight, to Nicholas Clintys of 3 messuages and 8 acres in Clint for life.

[no title]  WYL230/1198(7)  4 Oct 1571

Contents:
William Hodshon of Beckesyde in the parish of Ripley and vill of Clint to William Inglebye of 4 closes called Sade (?) Felde, Hye Felde and Whawe in Clint.

[no title]  WYL230/1198(8)  26 Mar 1567

Contents:
Miles Ellisworth of Darley, miller, to William Inglebye of Ripley, knight, of a messuage and land in Menwith and Darley in the vill of Thruscross.

[no title]  WYL230/1198(9)  9 Mar 1569

Contents:
George Bancke to William Inglebie, knight, of half a messuage and 3 acres 1 rood land in Thruscross.

[no title]  WYL230/1198(10)  11 May 1569

Contents:
William Levitt of Harewood, yeoman, to William Inglebie, knight, of a messuage and 6 acres land in the hamlet of Fewston within the vill of Timble for 17 years.

[no title]  WYL230/1198(11)  30 Jul 1566

Contents:
Lawrence Jefferaye late of Fewston, to William Inglebye of Ripley, knight, of 3 messuages and lands in the hamlet of Fewston within the vill of Timble.

[no title]  WYL230/1198(12)  23 Feb 1541

Contents:
John Hervyson and Joanna his wife to William Ingilbie, esq., of ½ an acre of land called Buttes in Clint.

[no title]  WYL230/1198(13)  27 Jul 1563

Contents:
Lawrence Jeffrey of Fewston, yeoman and Thomas Evers of Leeds Woodhouse, yeoman, and Margaret his wife, to William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, of 4 closes called Wiseman Fields and Homesteides in the hamlet of Fewston within the vill of Timble.

[no title]  WYL230/1198(14)  12 Jul 1564

Contents:
Robert Stevins of Killinghall, yeoman, to William Ingilbie of Ripley, knight, of ½ a messuage and 3 acres 1 rood in Thruscross.

Agreement  WYL230/1199  13 Apr 1588

Contents:
Between William Inglebye of Ripley, esq., and Ralph Hausbye of Bishop Burton, esq., to partition land in Bishop Wilton, Cottingham and Bishop Burton and tithes in Barnby upon the Moor.

Assignment  WYL230/1200  14 Aug 1588

Contents:
From William Inglebie of Ripley, esq., to Ralph Hausbie of Bishop Burton, gent., of a parcel of ground called Sycee (Sicey) near Thearne and grounds called Callis Wolde and Bleyberye Moore and a close called Cow Close in the parish of Bishop Wilton, for the remainders of terms created in leases from the Earl of Leicester to Simon Musgrave and from the Queen to Christopher Estofte.

Bond  WYL230/1201  5 Oct 1646

Contents:
Of William Lumley of Ripon, tailor, to John Cundall of the same, yeoman, in £40 to observe the covenants of a bargain and sale of the same date.

Final concord  WYL230/1202  Michaelmas Term 1653

Contents:
Between Whittingham Wood, Esq., querent, and William Ingilby, Esq., deforciant, of the manors of Ripley, Broxholme, North Deighton, Brimham, and land there and in Birthwaite, Scaro, Kirk Stainley, Clint, Killinghall, Barton, Newton Morrell, Harewell, Laverton, Ripon, Heyshaw, Dacre, Dacre Pasture, Dacre Banks, Banger Houses, Newhouse, Deer Ing. Foldshaw, High Rails, Braisty Wood, Summerbridge, Winsley, Hartwith, Bolershaw, Warsell, North Pasture Houses, Fellbeck, Bewerley, with prebend of Studley.

Final concord  WYL230/1203  Michaelmas term 1653

Contents:
Between Whittingham Wood, querent and William Ingilby Esq., deforciant, of the manors of Ripley, Broxholme, North Deighton, and Brimham, lands and tenements there and in Birthwaite etc., and the prebend of Studley.

Copy of surrender  WYL230/1204  25 Nov 1685

Contents:
By John Ingleby of Ripley, Bart., to John Legard, Bart., and William Stockdale, esq., of 13 messuages and 235 acres in Bilton with Harrogate, Clint and Killinghall within the Forest of Knaresborough.

Assignment of a mortgage  WYL230/1205  7 Jan 1693

Contents:
From Dame Margaret Ingleby, widow of Sir William Ingleby, Bart., deceased, with the consent of Sir John Ingleby of Ripley, Bart., and Sir Thomas Gascoigne of Parlington, Bart., to William Killingworth of the Middle Temple serjeant at law, of the manors of Lazencroft, Barnbow, Fotterton, Parlington, Garforth, Hillam, Aberford, Barwick and Scholes, for the remainder of a term of 500 years.

Exemplification of a common recovery  WYL230/1206  Easter Term 1701

Contents:
Brought by Christopher Driffeild, esq., and Edward Ridsdale, gent., against Richard and George Cooke, gents., concerning the castle and manor of Ravensworth, and 31 messuages a lead mill, 25 gardens, 200 acres land, 300 acres meadow, 1500 acres pasture, 100 acres wood, 50 acres furze and heath, and 4000 acres moor in Ravensworth, Kirkby Ravensworth, Wharton (sic), Applegarth, Feldom, Cleasby, Gilling, Dalton, Thorpe, Marske, Gailes, Shawcote, Woodhall, Askrigg, Patrick Brompton, Hunton, Preston, Fremington, Langton, Uskerly, East Layton, Listington, Windhill, Linton, Nappa, Middleton, Whernehowe, Stockton, Appleby, Richmond, Barforth, Nunleas, Clinton, Scorton, Mickleton, and Cotherstone; Robert Byerley and Mary his wife being vouched to warranty.

Admittance  WYL230/1207  2 May 1744

Contents:
Of Sir John Ingilby to 13 messuages, one ancient building and 235 acres land in Clint, Killinghall and Bilton and half an acre in Clifton within the Forest of Knaresborough, held by his father

Agreement  WYL230/1208  12 Mar 1746

Contents:
Between Sir John Ingilby and Sir Thomas Bootle for the payment of interest on a mortgage sum.

Receipt  WYL230/1209  27 Jul 1748

Contents:
From T. Bootle for interest paid by Sir John Ingilby on a mortgage sum.

Surrender  WYL230/1210  21 Mar 1753

Contents:
From Ralph Robinson of Ripley, yeoman, on behalf of Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., to the use of Sir John's will, of all his lands in the Forest of Knaresborough; and a copy.

Admission  WYL230/1211  1 Dec 1773

Contents:
Of John Wright, a minor, to 13 messuages, 3 ancient buildings, 241½ acres and half a pennyworth of land in the townships of Clint, Killinghall, Bilton with Harrogate and Clifton, within the Forest of Knaresborough, devised to him by the will of Sir John Ingilby.

Description and account of incroachments and allotments in Knaresborough Forest  WYL230/1212  21 Aug 1775

Contents:
Made for Sir Bellingham Graham and William Masterman, executors and devisees of Sir John Ingilby. On printed form.

Surrender  WYL230/1213  21 Jun 1780

Slightly damaged.

Contents:
From Samuel Mirfield of Hartwith with Winsley, yeoman, to John Ingilby of Ripley of a piece of land lately inclosed in the Forest of Knaresborough containing 5 acres customary measure

Grant  WYL230/1214  8 May 1788

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., to James Scott of Green Street, Grosvenor Square, of an annuity of £100, and assignment to James Milbourne of the Strand, carver and frame maker, of his Yorkshire estates in trust, with Sir John's bond for the payment of this.
Endorsed is Scott's discharge of Sir John's estates from this annuity.
12 Aug. 1789.
Also a copy of the judgment in the King's Bench against Sir John in a case of debt brought by Scott.
Trinity Term 1788.
And Scott's authorization to the attorneys of the court to acknowledge satisfaction on the record of the judgment.
31 Aug. 1789.

Grant and counterpart  WYL230/1215  14 Oct 1788

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., to Abraham Purshouse Driver of Kent Road, parish of St. George Southwark of an annuity of £150 and assignment to William Driver of Yorkshire estates in trust, with Sir John's bond for payment of this.
Endorsed is Driver's discharge of Sir John's estates from this annuity.
16 Nov. 1789.
Also a copy of the judgment in the King's Bench against Sir John in a case of debt brought by Driver.
Trinity Term 1788.

Grant  WYL230/1216  10 Dec 1788

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., to John Compton of Conduit Street, parish of St. George Hanover Square, of an annuity of £50 from his estates in Yorkshire for Sir John's life, Thomas Chandless of Lower Brook Street in the same parish being trustee.
Also Sir John's bond in £498 to secure payment.
Copy of final judgment in King's Bench between Compton and Sir John for payment of £498.
10 Jan. 1789.
Release from Compton to Sir John of the annuity and assignment from Chandless of the estates. Also Compton's warrant to attorneys of King's Bench to enter satisfaction.
24 June 1789.

Release  WYL230/1217  20 Jun 1789

Contents:
From James Scott of Green Street, Grosvenor Square, gent., James Milbourne of the Strand, carver and frame maker, Abraham Purshouse Driver and William Driver of Kent Road, parish of St. George Southwark, land surveyors to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of the manor of Ripley and property in the township and parish of Harrogate from 3 several annuities.

Bond  WYL230/1218  23 Jul 1793

Contents:
Of Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., to John Coore of Winchester Street, London, esq., in £600, to secure the payment of £300.

Copy of lease  WYL230/1219  11 Mar 1794

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., to William Morland and Thomas Hammersley of Pall Mall, bankers, of the manors of Ripley, Dacre and North Deighton, Haverah Park, and estates in Yorkshire, for 99 years in trust to pay or repurchase various annuities, pay debts and pay the surplus to Sir John.

Grant  WYL230/1220  7 Jun 1794

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., William Morland and Thomas Hammersley of Pall Mall, bankers, to James Webber of Twickenham, of an annuity of £250, from manors, lands, etc. leased to Morland and Hammersley in March 1794, for the duration of Sir John's life, with Sir John's bond for the payment of this.
Also a note of arrears of annuity, now assigned to Mrs. Frances Livingstone, with a receipt for payment of them.
1815.

Release  WYL230/1221  1 Aug 1803

Contents:
From Benjamin Hobhouse of Hartham House near Chippenham, Wilts., esq., to Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., of an annuity of £130, a release from Abraham Purshouse Driver of Kent Road in the parish of St. George Southwark, land surveyor, of Sir John's Yorkshire estates on which the annuity was charged, and re-grant of them to the Rt. Hon. Martin Bladen Lord Hawke and the Rt. Hon. William Lord Grantley for 99 years to secure the payment of the consideration money.
Also the agreement for the repurchase of this annuity.
5 July 1803.

Receipt  WYL230/1222  30 Dec 1803

Contents:
From Thomas Toppin to Sir John Ingilby for money for the repurchase of an annuity.

Letter  WYL230/1223  19 Mar 1804

Contents:
From J. Coore, Winchester Street, to Mr. Tatham, Han Court, Temple, sending particulars of his account with Sir J. Ingilby and of a letter from Sir John concerning a payment due and not yet received by Coore.

Letter  WYL230/1224  19 Mar 1804

Contents:
From J. Coore, Winchester Street, to John Tatham, Sir John Ingilby's, Ripley, as above.

Bargain and sale  WYL230/1225  10 Sep 1804

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., and William Ingilby his son to John Tatham of the Inner Temple, gent., of manors and estates in Yorkshire to suffer a recovery to be brought by Charles Deare of the Inner Temple, to the use of the Ingilbys, Lords Hawke and Grantley, and others.

Surrender  WYL230/1226  26 Sep 1804

Contents:
By Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., and William Ingilby esq., his only son and heir of copyhold land in Clint, Bilton with Harrogate, Killinghall and Clifton to the uses of Sir John's will.

Exemplification of a recovery  WYL230/1227  Michaelmas Term 1804

Contents:
Brought by Charles Deare against John Tatham concerning the manors of Ripley etc., and other estates and property in Yorkshire, William Ingilby being vouched to warranty.

Release  WYL230/1228  18 Feb 1805

Contents:
From Sir Charles Blicke of Billitee Square, London, knight, John Waldron one of the cashiers of the Bank of England, John Bowers Hodson of Greenwich, esq., William Sharpe of Fulham, esq., Brathwate Warre of East Barnet, widow, Henry Warre of East Barnet, esq., and Benjamin Hobhouse of Hartham House near Chippenham, Wilts., esq., to Sir John Ingilby for an instalment and interest due on consideration money for the redemption of annuities, which was paid to them by Horner Reynard.

Mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/1229  18 & 19 Feb 1805

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., and William Ingilby, esq., his only son, to Horner Reynard of Ripon, gent., of property in Newsome, Haverah Park and elsewhere in Yorkshire to secure £4526. 13s.4d.

Deed of covenant  WYL230/1230  6 Apr 1805

Contents:
Between William Reynard of Hob Green in the parish of Ripon, gent., and Sir John and William Ingilby of Ripley, concerning copyhold property in Bishop Thornton and Clint sold by Reynard to the Ingilbys, but to be surrendered to his use until the purchase money is paid.
Also duplicate of above and Sir John's and William's bond to observe the covenants.
Enclosed are surrenders etc. and a certificate of allotments in Knaresborough Forest Inclosure with related papers concerning this property.
1683 - 1779.

Assignment of a mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/1231  22 & 23 Nov 1805

Contents:
From Horner Reynard of Ripon, gent., to Lancelot Rainforth of Dishforth, gent., of messuages and lands in South Stainley and Bishop Thornton mortgaged by Sir John and William Ingilby, and assignment of a covenant, to secure £2000.

Abstract of Sir William Ingilby's title  WYL230/1232  after 1815

Contents:
To estates in Ripley, Killinghall, Scarah, Birthwaite, Clint, Bishop Thornton and Harewell.
1733-1806.

Abstract of Sir William Ingilby's title  WYL230/1233  after 1828

Contents:
To estates in Ripley, Killinghall, Scarah, Birthwaite, Clint, Bishop Thornton, Harewell and Haverah Park.
1733-1806.

Deed of covenant  WYL230/1234  17 Jun 1806

Contents:
By Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., and William Ingilby his son, to transfer to Horner Reynard of Ripon, gent., 3 per cent consolidated bank annuities worth £3753.5s.10d. and further mortgage on property mortgaged 18 & 19 Feb. 1805 to secure payment.

Abstract of the title of Horner Reynard  WYL230/1235  after 1815

Contents:
To a mortgage on Sir John Ingilby's estates.
1805-6.

Grant  WYL230/1236  19 May 1807

Contents:
From Sir John Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., to William Jones of Charles Street, Grosvenor Square, Middlesex, esq., of an annuity of £330 chargeable on property in Newsome, Haverah Park and elsewhere in Yorkshire for the lives of Mary Ann Jones, Hugh Ley the younger and Charles Prichard the younger, John Tatham of Craven Street in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, Middlesex, gent., to be trustee.

Abstract of the securities of Launcelot Rainforth, Esq.  WYL230/1237  1818

Contents:
On estates of Sir John Ingilby and Sir William Ingilby in the county of York.
1805-8.

Covenant  WYL230/1238  25 Feb 1811

Contents:
By Mary Reynard, widow, and Horner Reynard of Ripon, to surrender copyhold premises to James Groves of Dishforth, gent., and assignment of a bond, to secure £2000 purchase money from Sir John and William Ingilby.

A Schedule of several Deeds Writings and Papers  WYL230/1239  1815

Contents:
Late belonging to Sir John Ingilby Baronet now deceased in the Hands of Francis Fairbank as his Attorney
1701 - 1815.

A Schedule of several Deeds, writings and papers  WYL230/1240  1815

Contents:
Late belonging to Sir John Ingilby Baronet now deceased in the Hands of Francis Fairbank, as his attorney, 1745-1807.
Rough copy with note of copy made and delivered to Mr. Powell, Jan. 1816.

Mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/1241  22 & 23 Jan 1819

Contents:
From Sir William Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., and Horner Reynard of Hob Green, esq., to Henry Brougham of Lincoln's Inn, esq., barrister at law, William St. Julien Arabin of the Inner Temple, sq., barrister at law, Henry Dalston Lowndes of Red Lion Square, gent., Peter Rainier of the Albany, esq., and Rev. Thomas Knox of Tonbridge, Kent, clerk, of premises in Ripley, Killinghall, Scarah, Birthwaite, Clint, Bishop Thornton and Harewell to secure £16,000; with Sir Wm. Ingilby's bond for payment.

Assignment  WYL230/1242  23 Jan 1819

Contents:
From Frederick Richard Coore of Winchester Street, London, esq., Rev. William Reynard of Ripon, clerk, and Samuel Heywood of Bedford Place, Middlesex, serjeant at Law and chief justice for Carmarthen, Pembroke and Cardigan, to Robert Clement Sconce of Rochester and Romaine William Clarkson of Essex Street, Middlesex, of mortgage terms of 1000 and 500 years in an estate in Yorkshire in trust to attend the inheritance.

Further abstract of the title of Sir William Amcotts Ingilby Bart  WYL230/1243  after 1827

Contents:
To divers hereditaments in the county of York being the abstract of the securities to Mr. V. Knox and his trustees.
1819.

Lease  WYL230/1244  30 May 1826

Contents:
From Humphrey Fletcher of Minskip, gent., and Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., to Henry Thompson of Skelton, esq., and Thomas Hall Plumer, one of the examiners of the High Court of Chancery, of the manor of North Deighton with lands (many field-names) and the manor of Newsome in the parish of Spofforth with lands (field-names) for a year at a peppercorn rent.

Declaration  WYL230/1245  31 May 1826

Contents:
That £10,000 advanced to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby was part of the money settled on the marriage of Richard John Thompson of Kirby Hall esq., and Elizabeth his wife and is the proper money of Henry Thompson of Skelton, esq., and Thomas Hall Plumer, esq., one of the Examiners of the High Court of Chancery, trustees of this settlement, and that they shall not be compelled to receive the principal sum within 3 years.

Assignment of a mortgage and further mortgage by lease and release  WYL230/1246  18 & 19 Jul 1828

Contents:
From Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., and his mortgagees to Thomas Fenton Scott of Bramham Lodge, esq., Sir John Vanden Bempde Johnstone of Hackness, Bart., and William Becket of Leeds, esq., of the manors of Ripley and Dacre and other property to secure £31,500, with schedule of property concerned.
Also a lease from Henry Brougham of Lincoln's Inn, esq., and other mortgagees to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of property in Clint and Bishop Thornton.
18 July 1828.

Reconveyance  WYL230/1247  19 Jul 1828

Contents:
From Henry Brougham of Lincoln's Inn, esq., barrister at law, William St. Julien Arabin of the Inner Temple esq., barrister at law, Henry Dalston Lowndes of Red Lion Square, gent., Peter Rainier of the Albany, esq., and Rev. Thomas Knox of Tonbridge, Kent, clerk, to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of mortgaged premises in Clint and Bishop Thornton.

Surveys of Dacre, Haverah Park and Ripley, Nidd and South Stainley  WYL230/1248  c1829

Contents:
Copies of or extracts from the wills of Sir Bellingham Graham, Sir Bellingham Graham the son, Lancelot Rainforth, Frederick Richard Coore and Thomas Fenton Scott, certificate of the baptism of Sir W.A. Ingilby, certificates of the burials of William Danby, Lord Hawke, Matthew Woodford, Lancelot Rainforth, Thomas Rainforth and Lord Grantley, a letter concerning William Masterman, Serjeant Heywood and F.R. Coore, and Joseph Walker's affidavit concerning annuities; in re Ingilby and Scott.

Letter of administration  WYL230/1249  1 Jul 1831

Contents:
To Samuel Powell the elder of Knaresborough, of Samuel Heywood late of Bedford Place, Russell Square, Middlesex, limited to the interest in 2 leases made by indenture of 26 June 1789 of lands of Sir John Ingilby in Ripley and Harrogate.

Schedule of deeds  WYL230/1250  1842

Contents:
Concerning Sir W.A. Ingilby's estates lately mortgaged to Thomas Fenton Scott and others.
1733 - 1832

Reconveyance by lease and release  WYL230/1251  19 & 20 Feb 1840

Contents:
From Henry Thompson of Skelton, esq., and Thomas Hall Plumer, esq., one of the examiners of the High Court of Chancery, to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley Castle, Bart., of the town, township, manor or lordship of North Deighton, messuages and lands in North Deighton, the manor of Newsome and lands there.

Schedule of deeds  WYL230/1252  1842

Contents:
Concerning estates of Sir W.A. Ingilby in mortgage to Thomas Fenton Scott and others.
1733 - 1842.

Reconveyances  WYL230/1253  20 Jul 1842

Contents:
From Sir John Vanden Bempde Johnstone of Hackness, Bart., William Beckett of Leeds, Esq., and others to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby of Ripley, esq., of mortgages of Sir William's estates in Yorkshire including the manors of Ripley, Dacre and North Deighton, and merger of a term of 500 years.

Assignments of mortgages  WYL230/1254  1831 - 42

Contents:
Affecting the estates of Sir William Amcotts Ingilby in mortgage to Horner Reynard and then to Sir John Vanden Bempde Johnstone and William Beckett; with letters of administration of John Coore, 1 July 1831, William Masterman, 1 July 1831 and Romaine William Clarkson, 24 May 1832.

List of deeds 1854-1906  WYL230/1255  1907

Contents:
Part retained by Young & Co. part received by Henry Day Ingilby

Admittance  WYL230/1256  11 Nov 1908

Contents:
Of Sir Henry Day Ingilby to 6 closes in Clint and Killinghall, part of the Forest of Knaresborough; with 3 plans attached.

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