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Reference RYCH
Covering dates 13th-19th centuries
Held by Manchester University, John Rylands Library
Extent 123 Series
Supplementary information Published handlists, Moses Tyson and Frank Taylor, Hand-List of Charters, Deeds and Similar Documents in the Possession of the John Rylands Library, 3 vols (Manchester, 1935-1975).

Contents:
A miscellaneous sequence of several thousand deeds, charters and other documents acquired by gift or purchase from various sources. Most counties in England and Wales are represented, with particularly good coverage of Cheshire, Derbyshire, Lancashire and Lincolnshire. Items include charters, deeds of conveyance, settlements, mortgages, leases, wills, rentals, manorial records, accounts and miscellaneous papers. Although documents are numbered consecutively, the separate provenances of collections have been respected. Among the larger collections are:
* a collection of deeds relating to Lancashire (Rylands Charters 285-700);
* deeds relating to Cheshire presented by Lord Stanley of Alderley (Ryl. Ch. 776-913);
* deeds mainly concerning the Salusbury family, acquired with the Thrale-Piozzi Manuscripts from Mrs R.V. Colman (Ryl. Ch. 914-1262);
* deeds chiefly concerning properties in Cheshire, particularly townships on the Wirral such as Higher and Lower Bebington, Bromborough, Eastham, Hooton, Mollington, Storeton and Tranmere, and also properties in Flintshire and Denbighshire, purchased from the Rev. P.G. Langdon (Ryl. Ch. 1263-1942);
* deeds and manorial records relating to the Aston family of Aston by Sutton in Cheshire, acquired from R.H. Linaker esq. (Ryl. Ch. 2012-2130);
* deeds relating to the Hadfield family of Hadfield in Derbyshire (Ryl. Ch. 2245-2477);
* deeds from the Clayton MSS relating to Lincolnshire (Ryl. Ch. 2478-2808);
* deeds relating to the Rochdale and Rossendale areas of Lancashire, particularly Bacup, Brandwood, Haslingden, Newchurch in Rossendale, Rawtenstall, Todmorden and Whitworth, presented by G. Calvert esq. (Ryl. Ch. 2891-2976);
* business and legal papers associated with Sir Robert Clayton (1629-1707), MP for the City of London, and his fellow apprentice and partner, Alderman John Morris (d. 1682) (Ryl. Ch. 3632-3849);
* leases from Dean Row and Styal and manorial records relating to the manor of Bollin cum Norcliffe in Wilmslow, Cheshire, presented by the 10th Earl of Stamford (Ryl. Ch. 3850-4317);
* records of the township of High Legh in Cheshire, including settlement and removal orders, apprenticeship indentures, constables' accounts, and records of the overseers of the poor and surveyors of highways (Ryl. Ch. 4318-4510).



[no title or ref. or date]

Contents:
WIGAN (co. Lanc.)

[no title]  RYCH/1943  Mar. 27, 1354

Fragment of seal.

Archival history:
[R. 72175]

Contents:
Mandate from the official of the Archdeacon of Chester to the Deans of Leylond, Blakeburn and Weryngton to warn those who had hunted, broken down fences, cut down timber, etc., in William de Faryngton's free park of Faryngton and Laylond that they should give satisfaction within twenty days under penalty of excommunication "pulsatis campanis, candelis accensis et extinctis ac cruce in manibus erecta." Wygan. Formerly belonged to Dr. William Farrer. Bought at Sotheby's, July 3-5, 1933, Lot No. 465.

[no title or date]  RYCH/1944-1953

Archival history:
[R. 72563]

Contents:
Ten miscellaneous deeds

GARTHORNE (co. Westmorland)  [no ref. or date]

The liberties of the tenants of Garthorne as belonging to the hospital of St. Leonard, York, in a deed from Thomas Magnus, clerk, master of the same, and the brethren of the same  RYCH/1944  Oct. 20, 1533

KENDAL (co. Westmorland)  [no ref. or date]

Agreement between Nicholas of Layburne and John of Wesshington relating to the marriage of William, son of the said John, and Mary, daughter of the said Nicholas  RYCH/1945  Aug. 24, 1447

NATEBY (co. Lanc.)  [no ref. or date]

Grant by William de Lancastir to Hugh Northeman  RYCH/1946  n.d

Contents:
"Hiis testibus Roberto filio Bernardi, Herberto de Ellale, Roberto breton', Waltero filio suani (?), Adam dec' (?), Willelmo de Kellet, Hailsi de Heton', Roberto de lond', Herui le facuner et aliis."

Another copy of the above  RYCH/1947  nd

Quitclaim by John, son of John de Riggemeyden, to William de Horneby, Alicia, his wife, and Lawrence, son of Thomas Trauers  RYCH/1948  June 20, 1322

PATTON, etc. (co. Westmorland)  [no ref. or date]

Agreement between William Thornbrugh and Thomas Layburne, concerning land which Thomas lately held to farm of Roger Godson, lately prior of Conyshed, and tenements, etc., in Whynfell, called Colthowse, Skelmser, Crostwate, and Langsleddell  RYCH/1949  Jan. 9, 1492

PLYMTREE (co. Devon)  [no ref. or date]

Bond of Richard Forde of Plimtree to John Everie of Brodewaie, co. Somerset  RYCH/1950  Aug. 11, 1590

SKELSMERGH (co. Westmorland)  [no ref. or date]

Grant and confirmation by Edward I, King of England, to Nicholas de Leyburne of free warren in Skelmesergh in Kendale  RYCH/1951  nd

Large fragment of Great Seal.

Contents:
"Hiis testibus Johanne de Warenna, comite Surr', Ademaro de Valenc(...)(........) enna, Hugone Le Despens', Hugone de Veer, Willelmo de Leyburne, Willelmo Le Latimer seniore, Waltero de Bellocampo, senescallo hospicii nostri et aliis. Datum per manum nostram apud Lynlidcu vicesimo secundo die Novembr' anno regni nostri Tricesimo. Ayrem'."

Lease by the abbot and convent of St. Mary's abbey, York, to James Layburne of the tithe corn of Skelmyssergh, Bradeleyfeld, Tranthwate, Connyswik, Bulmerstrande, Bradesl(ake), and Brindrige  RYCH/1952  June 26, 1535

SKIRWITH (co. Cumberland)  [no ref. or date]

Award made by Anthony Middelton of Kepeyeare, co. Durham, and Michael Crakenthroppe, clerk, parson of Kyrkbythore, co. Westmorland, between Henry Crakynthroppe of Newbyggyn, co. Westmorland, esq., and Cecily Middelton, late wife of Ambrose Middelton of Skyrwith  RYCH/1953  Mar. 6, 1558

[no title or date]  RYCH/1954-1956

Archival history:
[R. 72654-6]

Contents:
Three deeds acquired together with English MS. 737

HAPTON (co. Lanc.)  [no ref. or date]

Assignment by Charles Townley of Townley, co. Lancaster, Sir William Thorold of Marston, co. Lincoln, kt., and William Blyth of Strawston, co. Lincoln, to Henry Crispe of Seaton, co. Rutland  RYCH/1954  Jan. 9, 1634

STANSFIELD (co. York)  [no ref. or date]

Sale by Charles Radclyff of Todmerden, co. Lanc., and Henry Radclyff of Meareley, his son, to John Grenewode of Stancefeld, son of the late Richard Grenewode  RYCH/1955  May 19, 1569

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Pardon by George II, King of England, to Peregrine Widdrington  RYCH/1956  July 19, 1736

[no title or date]  RYCH/1957-2011

Archival history:
[R. 72738]

Contents:
Miscellaneous deeds mainly relating to Lancashire

BURY (co. Lanc.)  [no ref. or date]

Grant by Alexander Warde, Roger Brownelowe, William Radcliffe, kt., Robert Langley, esq., William Langley, clerk, and William Stanley the younger, at the request of Robert Holte of Stubley and Robert Holte the younger, his kinsman and heir, and by the advice of Andrew Barton of Smethils, co. Lancaster, to Thomas Holte, kt., Robert Assheton, clerk, Edmund Hopwood, esq., and Roger Gartsyde of an annuity from rents of property in Honerffeld, Spotland, Castelton, Burye and Totyngton, co. Lancaster  RYCH/1957  Sept. 22, 1544

CASTLETON (co. Lanc.)  [no ref. or date]

Indenture between Thurstan Tyldysley of Wordley in Worsley, co. Lancaster, Hugh Tyldysley, his brother, and Thurstan Barton of Graies Inne, co. Middlesex, of the one part, and Richard Radclyffe of Langley, co. Lancaster, and Owen Radclyffe, his son, of the other part, relating to lands, etc., in Marland, and in Castelton and Spoteland, co. Lancaster  RYCH/1958  Feb. 17, 1565

COLNE (co. Lanc.)  [no ref. or date]

Lease by Robert Dalton of Thurneham to Thomas Towneley of Grenefelde, co. Lancaster, and Lucy, his wife, of rights in Colne mills, etc  RYCH/1959  June 28, 1573

Seal.

CROSBY, LITTLE (co. Lanc.)  [no ref. or date]

Bond of Margaret Madocke of Hindley, widow, to Peter Henrison, or Harrison, of Westhaughton  RYCH/1960  Mar. 12, 1588

DALTON (near Huddersfield, co. York)  [no ref. or date]

Grant by John Savile of Wathe, co. York, and Bernard Towneley of Hyrstwodde, co. Lancaster, to Thomas Kilner of Dalton, co. York  RYCH/1961  Dec. 9, 1572

HARDSHAW (co. Lanc.)  [no ref. or date]

Certificate of the marriage of Jonathan Binns of Liverpool and Jane Cropper of Winstanley, co. Lancaster, solemnised in the Quaker Meeting House in Hardshaw  RYCH/1962  Nov. 17, 1790

HINDLEY (co. Lanc.)  [no ref. or date]

Lease by Abraham Langton of the Lowe in Hindley and Philip Langton, his son, to William Swift of Hindley  RYCH/1963  Mar. 22, 1668/9

MANCHESTER (co. Lanc.)  [no ref. or date]

Will of Ottiwell Kershaw of Manchester, woollen draper  RYCH/1964  July 1, 1791. Probate. Mar. 27, 1797

MUCHLAND (co. Lanc.)  [no ref. or date]

Record of court leet concerning Richard Gardner  RYCH/1965  May 13, 1625

The same concerning William Bachouse of Leece, and James, his son  RYCH/1966  Mar. 30, 1650

The same concerning the same and Jenet, his wife  RYCH/1967  Mar. 30, 1650

The same concerning James Bachouse, son of the late William Bachouse  RYCH/1968  April 20, 1653

The same concerning Francis Backhouse of Leece and Robert, his son  RYCH/1969  Mar. 6, 1660/1

The same concerning George Gardner of Leece and Thomas Dobson  RYCH/1970  Oct. 9, 1661

The same concerning William Gardner of Leece, Margaret, his wife, and Robert Backhouse  RYCH/1971  Oct. 18, 1662

The same concerning William Gardner, Margaret, his wife, and Thomas Dobson  RYCH/1972  Oct. 18, 1662

The same concerning William Gardner, Margaret, his wife, Elizabeth, her mother, and Francis Backhouse  RYCH/1973  Oct. 25(?), 1662

Torn.

The same concerning William Gardner, Margaret, his wife, and Thomas Dobson  RYCH/1974  Jan 15, 1665/6

The same concerning William Gardner, Margaret, his wife, and Thomas Dobson  RYCH/1975  Jan. 15, 1665/6

The same concerning Thomas Briggs of Holebecke, Elizabeth, his wife, and Thomas Dobson of Leece  RYCH/1976  Sept. 27, 1672

The same concerning Richard Han, son of the late Francis Han  RYCH/1977  Feb. 25, 1674/5

The same concerning Richard Simpson, Frances, his wife, and Thomas Dobson  RYCH/1978  May 29, 1675

The same concerning William Penny of Leece, Ann, his wife, and Robert Bacchouse  RYCH/1979  June 10, 1679

The same concerning William Penny, Ann, his wife, and Thomas Dobson  RYCH/1980  Feb. 25, 1679/80

The same concerning William Penny, Ann, his wife, and Thomas Dobson  RYCH/1981  Oct. 8, 1680

The same concerning Richard Danson, late of Gleaston, Bridget, his wife, and Thomas Dobson  RYCH/1982  Jan. 3, 1680/1

The same concerning William Penny, Ann, his wife, and James Bacchouse of Leece  RYCH/1983  Feb. 1, 1681/2

The same concerning John Chamber the elder of Roosebecke and Thomas Dobson  RYCH/1984  Jan 12, 1682/3

The same concerning James Robinson of Gleaston and William Bacchouse of Leece  RYCH/1985  Jan. 12, 1684/5

The same concerning William Penny, Ann, his wife, and Thomas Dobson  RYCH/1986  Jan. 22, 1686/7

The same concerning Elizabeth Chambers of Gleaston, Jane Chambers, widow, and William Bacchouse  RYCH/1987  Jan. 8, 1691/2

The same concerning James Chamber and Thomas Dobson  RYCH/1988  Oct. 29, 1694

The same concerning John Han of Roosebeck and James Backhouse  RYCH/1989  Feb. 6, 1696/7

The same concerning William Danson of Moorehouse, Ann, his wife, and William Backhouse  RYCH/1990  Jan. 23, 1699/1700

The same concerning William Backhouse, son of the late James Backhouse  RYCH/1991  May 10, 1700

The same concerning Lawrence Leece of Roosbeck and William Backhouse the elder  RYCH/1992  Nov. 24, 1711

NEWTON CUM SCALES (co. Lanc.)  [no ref. or date]

Lease by Robert Westby of Mowbrecke, co. Lancaster, to Richard Davis of Euxton and Richard Hornby of Newton cum Scales, for rents, boons, etc  RYCH/1993  May 1, 1729

PRESTON (co. Lanc.)  [no ref. or date]

Grant and sale by George Syngleton of Methop, co. Lancaster, to Ralph Dawson and Henry Hogekynson of Preston in Amounderness, mercers, of lands, etc., in Preston and Fishwick  RYCH/1994  June 25, 1543

Sale by Robert Dawson of Preston in Amounderness, goldsmith, to William Hodgkinsone the elder of the same, draper  RYCH/1995  Feb. 1, 1577

Bond of William Banaster of Preston, draper, to William Hodgekinson, the elder  RYCH/1996  Apr. 12, 1580

Will of Thomas Heskethe the elder of Preston in Amounderness, shoemaker  RYCH/1997  Aug. 10, 1580. Probate, July 23, 1581

Lease by the Mayor, bailiffs and burgesses of Preston in Amounderness to James Dyke of Preston, dyer  RYCH/1998  Apr. 29, 1596

Seal of Preston, slightly imperfect.

Lease by Henry Hodgkinson of Preston, draper, to Michael Highame of Preston, shearman  RYCH/1999  Jan. 20, 1610

Grant by John Barcrofte of Park House near Bradford, co. York, and Henry Breres of Preston to John Welshman of Preston, chapman  RYCH/2000  Jan. 7, 1612

Sale by Henry Lussell of Osbaldeston, co. Lancaster, and Thomas Lussell, his son, to Henry Hodgkinson of Preston  RYCH/2001  Apr. 13, 1615

Bond of the same to the same  RYCH/2002  Apr. 13, 1615

Sale by William Hodgkinson the elder of Preston to William Critchlaw of Lea, co. Lancaster  RYCH/2003  Aug. 26, 1633

Worn.

Sale by John Wall of Preston to Thomas Assheton and William Shawe of Preston  RYCH/2004  Aug. 20, 1641

Lease by Thomas Pigot of the Inner Temple, London, son of the late George Pigot of Manchester, to Francis Pigot, clerk, Elizabeth Pigot, Mary Pigot, Lucy Pigot and Katherine Pigot, spinsters, brother and sisters of the said Thomas  RYCH/2005  Oct. 9, 1722

Bond of Richard Turner of Fishwick to Ann Spyers of Isleworth, co. Middlesex, widow  RYCH/2006  May 3, 1738

SALFORD (co. Lanc.)  [no ref. or date]

Lease by the Rt. Hon. Charles, Earl of Derby, etc., to Samuel Dickenson of Manchester, fustianman, and Philip Stamp of Manchester, innkeeper  RYCH/2007  Aug. 16, 1671

SMITHHILLS (co. Lanc.)  [no ref. or date]

Lease for a year by the Rt. Hon. Thomas, Lord Fauconberg, and the Rt. Hon. the Lady Mary, his wife, to Sir William Frankland of Thirkleby, co. York, Bt., and Sir Thomas Slingsby of Redhouse, co. York, Bt., of the manors or lordships of Smithells, Tingreave or Tangrave, Oswaldtwisle, Blackburne cum Bradworth, or Beardworth, and Quarton, with appurtenances in Lancashire, and lands, etc., in the same and in Edgworth, Hallywell, or Hallywall, Eccleston, Ramsgrave, or Romesgrave, Horwich, Sharples, Fowles, Lostock, Wigan, Bolton in the Moores, Beardshawe, Ulneswalton, Witton and Turton, co. Lancaster  RYCH/2008  Jan. 17, 1678/9

URMSTON (co. Lanc.)  [no ref. or date]

Sale by John Hyde of Urmston to Richard Jones of Urmston  RYCH/2009  Oct. 26, 1611

WESHAM, MEDLAR WITH (co. Lanc.)  [no ref. or date]

Lease by Robert Browninge of Wesham to Edmund Fleetwood of the same  RYCH/2010  Oct. 30, 1674

Lease by John Westby of Burn Hall, co. Lancaster, to Daniel Lawson of Cornall Roe, co. Lanc  RYCH/2011  Nov. 2, 1721

[no title or date]  RYCH/2012-2130

Archival history:
[R. 72973]

Contents:
Acquired from R.H. Linaker, esq., together with English MS. 747. They relate to co. Chester unless otherwise stated.

ASTON, ETC  [no ref. or date]

Lease to Maud Aston of Aston, widow, Sir Robert Vernon of Hodnet, co. Salop, kt., and Thomas Ireland of Bewscy, co. Lancaster, esq., to the use of the said Maud, of a third part of the manors of Aston, Midle Aston and Kekewicke with appurtenances, a third part of messuages, rents, etc. in the same and in Aston Grange, Sutton and Mynshall Vernon, and a third part of one free fishing in the Weaver, together with land in Leighton, being a parcel of the lands and inheritance of Thomas Aston, H.M.'s ward (son and heir of the late John Aston, esq.), to hold during his minority  RYCH/2012  Feb. 21, 1616

Seal of Court of Wards and Liveries, fragment.

Assignment from John Hunt of Aston near Sutton, yeoman to Raphe Bughstiche of Sutton, husbandman, of a dwelling-house and land in Aston, including closes called the lower birdsfeyld' and Birdsfeyld'  RYCH/2013  Dec. 29, 1624

Seal.

Note respecting an agreement between Sir Thomas Aston, bart., and Laurence Maddock, blacksmith, for a lease of Birdswood  RYCH/2014  1644

Will of Thomas Parsons of Aston, esq  RYCH/2015  Oct. 17, 1653. Probate March 1, 1653/4

Seal, fragment.

(a) Interrogatories to be administered to witnesses on the part of Clement Spelman, esq., plaintiff, against Sir Willoughby Aston, bart. (b) Depositions of the same  RYCH/2016  Sept. 10, 1669

Aston's Quartering Blazoned, with a note by Sir Willoughby Aston  RYCH/2017  n.d. [late xviith cent]

Memdm how, if I live 3 years or a little more, I may pay all my Debts, provide for my yonger Children and preserve Draiton and Wadby in my family. Wby Aston  RYCH/2018  March 2, 1701/2

Will of Sir Willoughby Aston of Aston, bart., May 9, 1702. Two codicils, dated May 9 and May 16, 1702, concerning dame Mary, his wife  RYCH/2019  nd

Duplicate.

Memorandum by Sir Willoughby Aston respecting the above Will  RYCH/2020  n.d. [c. May, 1702]

Extract from proceedings in the court baron of Sir Thomas Aston for the manor of Aston, concerning Jonathan Ratcliffe  RYCH/2021  Oct. 29, 1705
Language:  Latin

Record of the above court baron  RYCH/2022  Feb. 8, 1714

Paper, 2 ff

Record of the above court baron  RYCH/2023  June 13, 1722

Paper, 2 ff

Record of the above court baron  RYCH/2024  Oct. 4, 1722

Paper, 3 ff

List of suitors at the same  RYCH/2025  April 2, 1723

Paper, 1 f

Presentments at the same  RYCH/2026  Nov. 8, 1723

Paper, 2 ff

Record of the same  RYCH/2027  April 24, 1724

Paper, 2 ff

The Names of the pices of Lands Belonging to the Township of Middle Aston  RYCH/2028  April 11, 1726

Paper, 1 f

Record of the above court baron  RYCH/2029  Nov. 1, 1739

Paper, 2 ff

Record of the same  RYCH/2030  July 5, 1743

Paper, 3 ff

Appointment by George, earl of Cholmondeley, of Henry Aston, esq., as a captain in the county militia  RYCH/2031  May 16, 1759

Similar appointment of Henry Hervey Aston, esq  RYCH/2032  July 29, 1761

Will of Henry Hervey Aston of Aston, esq. Certified copy  RYCH/2033  June 3, 1796

BASCHURCH (co. Salop)  [no ref. or date]

Licence for the marriage of John Aston, son of Thomas Aston, esq., and Maud Needham, daughter of Robert Needham, esq  RYCH/2034  July 21, 1598
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Endorsed: Lycence for my Father and Mother to marry

Certificate that the above marriage was duly solempnised by Thomas Davyes, clerk to the vicar of Bassechurch  RYCH/2035  Jan. 11, 1598/9

Contents:
Endorsed: Certificate when my father and mother were marryed.

BISHOP STORTFORD (co. Hertford)  [no ref. or date]

Writ to Margaret lady Denny for the observance of an order in chancery in Thomas Parsons, plaintiff, against the said lady Denny, defendant  RYCH/2036  Feb. 11, 1622

Seal fragment.

Co. BUCKINGHAM  [no ref. or date]

Commission of array to Robert earl of Carnarvon, the High Sheriff, Henry Lee, bart., Peter Temple and Robert Dormere, knights and barts., John Packinton, bart., Edmund Hirvey, Arthur Maynwaring, Robert Lovet, Henry Crooke, knights, and nine others  RYCH/2037  n.d. [prob. 1642]

Contents:
Copy.

CHESTER  [no ref. or date]

Power of attorney from David Mydilton', mayor of Chester, to Richard ap Madoc of Wrexham, franklin, to receive seisin from Elireus ap Richard ap Hoell' ap Morgan of certain closes and parcels of land (not specified).  RYCH/2038  June 18, 1539

Warrant of assistance to the officers of H.M. Customs for Sir Thomas Aston, bart., assignee of Endimion Porter, esq., groom of the Chamber, farmer of the customs, etc. on French wines, respecting the smuggling of such wines. Signed: Portland  RYCH/2039  Feb. 5, 1634/5

Orders to be observed and kept in the Porte of Chester and the Creeks thereto belonging for the discharging of Wynes brought into that Porte, and for shipping of them out from thence to other Portes  RYCH/2040  nd

Contents:
Endorsed: 1636. Orders drawen by Sr Tho. Ashton'.

CHURCH-HULME AND CRANAGE  [no ref. or date]

Plea of recovery at Chester by Thomas Bagnall and John Amson of Lees, gentlemen, against Thomas Browne and Ralph Lownds, gentlemen, respecting two messuages and land with appurtenances at Church Holme  RYCH/2041  July 28, 1662

Plea of recovery at Chester by Henry Birkened and William Bate against Samuel Sandelands respecting a messuage and land with appurtenances in Church-Hulme and Cranage  RYCH/2042  April 16, 1683

CLERKENWELL (co. Middlesex)  [no ref. or date]

Will of Maud Auston of the parish of St. James, Clerkenwell, widow  RYCH/2043  Nov. 6, 1635. Probate Nov. 18, 1635

Seal, fragment.

Contents:
Endorsed: My mothers Will.

DUTTON  [no ref. or date]

Agreement between Peter Langford Brooke of Mere Hall, esq., and William Whitley of Over Whitley relating to the Dutton estate  RYCH/2044  Nov. 14, 1826

Particulars of the Dutton Park Estate  RYCH/2045  Oct. 1836

Paper, 1 f

FRODSHAM, ETC  [no ref. or date]

Settlement after the marriage of Sir Thomas Aston of Aston, kt., and dame Marie, his wife, sister of Thomas Unton of Grays Inn, co. Middlesex, gentleman, concerning lands, tenements, etc. in Halton, Runcorne, Frodsham, Bradley, Hatton, Gropinhall, Thelwall and Lyskar  RYCH/2046  June 22, 1607

Opinion of William Noye concerning the enclosure of Frodsham common  RYCH/2047  n.d. [early xviith cent]

Warrant from Roger Comberbach, J.P., to the Constables of Frodsham, Kingsley, Norley, Overton and Helsby to search for concealed game, guns, nets, etc  RYCH/2048  July 15, 1716

Agreement between Jacob Littlemore, yeoman, and Joseph Prichley, grocer, both of Frodsham, for the purchase of a tenement there  RYCH/2049  Oct. 9, 1727

Assignment from Dame Katherine Aston, widow of Sir Thomas Aston, late of Aston, bart., and Edward Daniell of Frodsham, gentleman, to Joseph Tittley of Warrington, co. Lancaster, grocer, a trustee of Joseph Pritchley of Frodsham, grocer, of two messuages (one called Savages or Stretches Tenement) and land (including parcels called the Shires Meadow and the Poolstead in the Cole Meadow) in Frodsham  RYCH/2050  March 26, 1728

Will of Joseph Prichley of Frodsham, yeoman  RYCH/2051  April 21, 1747

HELSBY, ETC  [no ref. or date]

Fiat for an inquisition respecting acts of robbery and violence committed on Hellesby More by Thomas Walby and William Primerose, jun., and at Brugge Trafford by Thomas Smythe, Henry Smythe, Robert Norland, and others  RYCH/2052  n.d. [c. 1543]

Conveyance from Sir Thomas Aston of Aston, kt., to Sir Hugh Beeston of Beeston, kt. 7 James I. (1609/10)  RYCH/2053  nd

Contents:
Endorsed: A Draught of Conveiance of Hellsbie and Teurton to Sr Hugh Beeston for my Grandfather Aston to seale to. But it never was sealed or dated. Allsoe a licence for a Dedimus [which is attached] to Commissioners to take my Grandfathers Acknowledgement.

HEMLINGFORD, HUNDRED OF (Co. WARWICK)  [no ref. or date]

Record of View of Frankpledge with court baron of Sir Thomas Aston, bart., held at Kingsbury before Michael Baxter, gentleman, deputy steward  RYCH/2054  April 15, 1721

HESWALL  [no ref. or date]

Lease to Thomas Aston of Aston, esq., and Henry Birkenhead of Backford, gentleman, to the use of Thomas Browne, H.M.'s Ward (son and heir of Richard Browne, deceased), of the moiety of the manor of Hasselwall alias Hasewall with appurtenances, of messuages and lands there, and of the moiety of the rectory of the church of Hasselwall, being a parcel of the lands of the said Thomas Browne, to hold during his minority  RYCH/2055  May 22, 1626

Seal of Court of Wards and Liveries, fragment.

KECKWICK  [no ref. or date]

List of suitors at the court baron of Sir Thomas Aston for the manor of Keckwick  RYCH/2056  Feb. 7, 1714

1 f., paper.

Record of the above court baron  RYCH/2057  March 29, 1723

2 ff., paper

Presentments at the same  RYCH/2058  Nov. 5, 1723

1 f., paper

The Account of Thomas Taylor, Overseer of the Poor, for the year 1723  RYCH/2059  nd

1 f., paper

Record of the above court baron  RYCH/2060  April 21, 1724

2 ff., paper

Presentments at the same  RYCH/2061  Oct. 6, 1739

1 f., paper

KINGSBURY (Co. WARWICK)  [no ref. or date]

Book of accounts relating to lands in Kingsbury. Feb. 1727-July 1728. Examined and signed July 3, 1728, by Richard Smedley  RYCH/2062  nd

Paper, 3 ff.

LIVERPOOL (co. Lancaster)  [no ref. or date]

Writ of extent in chief in the second degree directed to the Chancellor of the County Palatine of Lancaster against Laurence Breers of Liver Poole, merchant, Sir Thomas Aston of Aston, bart., being the Crown debtor  RYCH/2063  Nov. 28, 1639

MACCLESFIELD  [no ref. or date]

Power of attorney from Francis Nicholson, gentleman, mayor of Macclesfield, to Nicholas Kent of Clifford's Inn, London, gentleman, to receive fifty pounds from the Treasury, being one year's stipend payable for the Preaching Minister of Macclesfield  RYCH/2064  Jan. 29, 1738/9

Order to pay to the mayor of Macclesfield thirty seven pounds ten shillings from the Civil List  RYCH/2065  Aug. 18, 1761

Power of attorney from Richard Tennant, gentleman, mayor of Macclesfield, to John Oldham of Lombard Street, London, merchant, to receive fifty pounds from the Exchequer, being one year's stipend payable for the Preaching Minister of Macclesfield  RYCH/2066  Sept. 3, 1771

MINSHULL VERNON  [no ref. or date]

Articles of agreement between Richard Allen of Aston, gentleman, and Thomas Warburton of Minshull Vernon, yeoman, respecting a grant to the latter of a capital messuage with appurtenances called Houlgreave and land belonging to it  RYCH/2067  March 20, 1634/5

Co. NORFOLK  [no ref. or date]

Will of Mary Aston of [blank], co. Norfolk, gentlewoman  RYCH/2068  1689

Contents:
Draft

NORTON  [no ref. or date]

Ministers' Account of rents received by the former Norton Abbey from Aston iuxta Sutton and Kekewike  RYCH/2069  1536

Paper, one sheet

Contents:
Copy.

The same. 3 Edward VI  RYCH/2070  (1549/50)

Paper, two sheets

Contents:
Copy.

ODELL OR WOODHILL (co. Bedford)  [no ref. or date]

Power of attorney from Sir Thomas Aston of Aston, bart., to John Oveattes of Buckingham, shoemaker, to receive seisin from Edward Robyns of Buckingham, yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Odill alias Woodhull, with appurtenances  RYCH/2071  Nov. 29, 1632

PRESTON (co. Lancaster)  [no ref. or date]

Writ of subpoeena to William Atkinson for Peter Plumpton, plaintiff, v. William Wareing Perrey, defendant of a plea of trespass  RYCH/2072  June 4, 1762

STANFORD IN WHITE HORSE VALE (co. Berks.)  [no ref. or date]

Extracts from proceedings at courts baron of Sir Willoughby Aston, bart., for the manor of Stanford, held there before Richard Pusey, gentleman, steward  RYCH/2073  Nov. 12, 1696-March 31, 1698

Contents:
Parchment, one skin. (Lat.) They concern John Englefeild, Mary Inglefeild [sic], widow, Elizabeth Poynter, widow, and Thomas Poynter, jun.

SUTTON  [no ref. or date]

Lease for three lives by Sir George Warburton of Arley, bart., to John Harper of Sutton, yeoman, of a messuage and tenement with appurtenances  RYCH/2074  Aug. 6, 1739

Lease for three lives by Sir Peter Warburton of Arley, bart., to Ralph Mulliner of Crew, yeoman, of a messuage and tenement with appurtenances called the Brown Cow and of a cottage  RYCH/2075  Jan. 16, 1765

Lease for twenty one years by the same to John Beckett of Sutton, yeoman, of Sutton Hall, Sutton Mill, and a cottage in Sutton, with appurtenances  RYCH/2076  May 29, 1776

Contents:
Counterpart.

Duplicate of the above lease  RYCH/2077  nd

Memorandum of an agreement between George Heron of Daresbury Hall, clerk (a devisee in trust and an executor of the late Henry Charles Aston of Aston Hall, esq.), and John Rigby Pickering of Frodsham, meal and flour dealer (on the part of Alice Pickering), for arbitration concerning a dispute about an expired lease of Sutton Mills and adjoining premises  RYCH/2078  March 3, 1830

[no title]  RYCH/2079  nd

Contents:
(a) Expences of the above arbitration. March 1830.
(b) Three receipts concerning the same. March 1830

[no title]  RYCH/2080  nd

Contents:
(a) Award of John Gibson of Warrington, co. Lancaster, ironfounder and millwright, and John Stephenson of Bolton, co. Lancaster, engineer, arbitrators in the above dispute. March 13, 1830
(b) Two receipts of the same for their expences as arbitrators. March 24, 1830

WADLEY (co. Berks.)  [no ref. or date]

Extract from proceedings at the view of Frankpledge with court baron of George Purefey, esq., for the manor of Wadley, held before Thomas Stratton, gentleman, steward, respecting the admittance of Valentine Smyth, son of Thomas Smyth, to premises at Littleworth  RYCH/2081  Oct. 7, 1650
Language:  Latin

WOODHILL  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See ODELL. (co. Bedford).

VARIOUS  [no ref. or date]

Bond of John Savage of Clifton, kt., George Irelond of Hutt [Childwall], co. Lancaster, esq., and George Biston of Biston, esq., to the Queen, for a payment by John Aston of Aston, esq., to the Receiver General of the Court of Wards  RYCH/2082  May 1, 1554

Six similar bonds of the same to the same respecting the same  RYCH/2083  May 1 (?), 1554

Abstract of (Oct. 25, 1595-Sept. 29, 1611) deeds relating to Sir Thomas Aston of Aston and John Aston, esq., and to lands in cos. Chester and Salop  RYCH/2084  n.d. [mid-xviith cent]

2 ff., paper

Contents:
Endorsed: A Breife of ye great Bookes betwixt Sr Tho: Aston and John Aston, Esq.

Interrogatories to be administered to witnesses on the part of Sir William Norres, K.B., plaintiff, against Richard Fletewood, esq., concerning the marriage of Margaret, a daughter of the said Sir William, and Edward, son and heir of the said Richard  RYCH/2085  n.d. [temp. James I]

Writ of assistance for Sir Thomas Aston, bart., appointed sheriff of the county  RYCH/2086  Nov. 18, 1634

Seal, fragment.

Exchequer acquittance for two years' farm (Mich. 1632-Mich.1634) of the custom, etc. on French wines shipped into the ports of Chester, Carnarvon, Conway, Beaumaris, Lancaster, Liverpool and Holyhead by Sir Thomas Aston, bart., assignee of the farmer, Endimion Porter, esq. V. sup. RYCH/2039  RYCH/2087  1634

The same for one year's farm (Mich. 1634-Mich. 1635)  RYCH/2088  1635

Memorandum of an agreement between Randle Rode of Rode, esq., and Raph Cartwright the elder of Odrode, yeoman, respecting a parcel of land  RYCH/2089  Sept. 3, 1635

Exchequer acquittance as 2087 above, for one year's farm (Mich. 1635-Mich. 1636)  RYCH/2090  1636

The same (Mich. 1636-Mich. 1637)  RYCH/2091  1637

The same (Mich. 1637-Mich. 1638)  RYCH/2092  1638

The same (Mich. 1638-Mich. 1639)  RYCH/2093  1639

The same (Mich. 1639-Mich. 1640)  RYCH/2094  1640

A Brief Account of what papers I have relating to the Public Transactions of the times, i.e. c  RYCH/2095  1625-1642

Appointment by Charles, earl of Derby, of John Shugborough, esq., as captain of a foot company in Col. Thomas Legh's regiment in the Cheshire militia  RYCH/2096  Aug. 9, 1664

Note relating to the assignment of a sum of money, signed Anglesey [then Treasurer of the Navy]  RYCH/2097  Oct. 1, 1667

Imperf.

Receipt of Sir Samuel Morland, kt. and bart., to the collectors of the annual tenth of the clergy within the diocese of Chester  RYCH/2098  July 5, 1672

Letters patent appointing John, earl of Bridgewater, Lord Lieutenant of the county  RYCH/2099  Jan. 24, 1673
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Transcript.

Appointment of Deputy Lieutenants by the above earl of Bridgewater  RYCH/2100  March 4, 1672/3

Seal.

Power of attorney from John Warren, esq., one of H.M.'s Justices of the Great Sessions in the County Palatine of Chester, to Robert Humfreyes of the Inner Temple, London, gentleman, to receive money due to him from the Exchequer  RYCH/2101  Dec. 4, 1682

Patent appointing Sir Willoughby Aston, bart., high sheriff of the county  RYCH/2102  Dec. 16, 1690

Seal.

Articles of agreement between Sir Willoughby Aston of Aston, bart., high sheriff, and James Croxton of Chester, gentleman, his under-sheriff, respecting the appointment of the latter as Clerk of the County Court  RYCH/2103  Dec. 17, 1690

Quietus of Sir Willoughby Aston, bart., for the shrievalty  RYCH/2104  Feb. 12, 1691

Writ of injunction for Sir Willoughby Aston, bart., against Thomas Rooper  RYCH/2105  Jan. 25, 1695

Seal, fragment.

Writ directed to Stephen Barton, Antony Brackstone, Richard Becke, Richard Baker, Alexander Banckes and Edward Flory, gentlemen, to sequester the property and goods of Thomas Rooper  RYCH/2106  May 3, 1698

Seal, fragment.

The Establishment of the Militia Horse in co. Chester  RYCH/2107  May 31, 1699

Parchment roll, 3 mm.

Order by the Deputy Lieutenants respecting contributions to the militia. Nantwich  RYCH/2108  July 12, 1699

Paper, 1 f

Contents:
Copy.

Articles of agreement between sixteen Cheshire gentlemen concerning the shrievalty of the county  RYCH/2109  n.d. [c. 1700]

Contents:
Copy.

Receipt of Mr. Richard Cartwright to Sir Willoughby Aston for five pounds subscribed for the obtaineing an Act of Parliament to confirme and declare the Privilledges of the County Pall: of Chester  RYCH/2110  Feb. 20, 1700

Reasons for Laying a Duty of at least 4d per Bushell in England on all Rock Salt Exported to Ireland  RYCH/2111  n.d. [c. 1710]

1 f., paper

Contents:
With draft. See Edward Hughes, Studies in Administration and Finance, 1558-1825 (1934), p. 246.

Extract from Customs demands relating to (a) William Jenks and (b) Joseph Jewell  RYCH/2112  n.d. [c. 1725]

Appointment by the King of Henry Hervy, gentleman, as a Cornet in Captain Archibald Hamilton's Troop in the Regiment of Dragoons commanded by Philip Honywood, esq  RYCH/2113  June 20, 1727

Appointment by the same of Henry Hervey, esq., as Captain of a Company in the Regiment of Foot commanded by Edward Montagu, esq  RYCH/2114  May 13, 1736

Certificate that William Dod, esq., was high sheriff of the county for the year 1736  RYCH/2115  Nov. 9, 1736

Appointment of Henry Hervey, esq., as Captain of a Troop in H.M. Own Regiment of Horse, commanded by Henry, earl of Pembroke  RYCH/2116  Dec. 20, 1738

Power of attorney from the Hon. Henry Hervey, Captain of a Troop in the Rt. Hon. the earl of Pembroke's Regiment of Horse, to the Rt. Hon. John Lord Hervey, Captain William Hervey and the Hon. Bussy Mansell respecting certain payments to be made to the said Lord Hervey and William Hervey  RYCH/2117  April 3, 1739

Extract from Exchequer accounts relating to (a) Mary Maisterson, spinster, and (b) William Broadbent  RYCH/2118  n.d. [mid-xviiith cent]

Receipt of the Hon. Lady Mary Cholmondeley, assignee of Peter Davenport, esq., to the Hon. Peter Yorke, a Teller of H.M. Receipt of Exchequer, for an annuity out of the Sinking Fund  RYCH/2119  July 10, 1750

Power of attorney from John Egerton, esq., high sheriff, to Ralph Griffith of Chester, gentleman, his undersheriff, and John Leche and John Barrow, both of the Middle Temple, London, gentlemen, to receive money due to him as sheriff  RYCH/2120  Dec. 19, 1758

Certificate that John Aslager [sic] of Alsager, esq., was high sheriff for the year ending Mich. 1763  RYCH/2121  Dec. 6, 1763

Power of attorney from Henry Harvey Aston, esq., sheriff, to John Leche and John Philpot, both of the Middle Temple, London, gentlemen, to receive patent money  RYCH/2122  Feb. 19, 1768

The same from Philip Egerton, esq., sheriff, to John Philpot of the Middle Temple, London, and Ralph Griffith of Chester, gentlemen, to receive conviction money  RYCH/2123  April 18, 1769

The same from Henry Hervey Aston, esq., late high sheriff, to John Philpot and Benjamin Boote, both of the Inner Temple, London, gentlemen, to receive surplus money, etc. due to him as sheriff  RYCH/2124  June 6, 1769

The same from William Leche of Garden, esq., sheriff, to David Roberts of the Inner Temple, London, gentleman, to receive conviction money  RYCH/2125  Aug. 30, 1774

The same from the same to John Philpot of the Inner Temple, London, gentleman, to receive patent money  RYCH/2126  Oct. 27, 1774

The same from George Wilbraham, esq., late high sheriff, to George Audley of Nantwich, gentleman, his undersheriff, and John Furnivall of Boswell Court in the parish of St. Clement Danes, co. Middlesex, gentleman, to receive money owing to him as sheriff  RYCH/2127  Dec. 9, 1775

The same from Sir Richard Brooke of Norton Priory, bart., sheriff, to Charles Potts of Chester, gentleman, his undersheriff, and Benjamin Darlington of Cliffords Inn, London, gentleman, to receive patent money  RYCH/2128  Feb. 8, 1788

The same from the Hon. Booth Grey, sheriff, to John Philpot and Richard Geldard, both of Red Lion Square, co. Middlesex, gentlemen, to receive surplus money, etc., due to him as sheriff  RYCH/2129  Dec. 10, 1796

The same from Henry Charles Aston of Dover St., Piccadilly, co. Middlesex, esq., to George Heron of Daresbury, co. Lancaster, clerk, respecting the management of his estates in cos. Chester and Warwick and elsewhere during his absence abroad  RYCH/2130  Oct. 7, 1815

[no title or date]  RYCH/2131-2154

Archival history:
[R.77328]

Contents:
They relate to co. Lancaster unless otherwise stated

CRUMPSALL  [no ref. or date]

Lease by Sir Edward Coke of Langford, co. Derby, bart., to John Holland of Cromsall, husbandman, of a messuage with appurtenances for twenty-one years  RYCH/2131  July 28, 1694

Lease by the same to Laurence Boardman of Manchester, yeoman, of a messuage with appurtenances for twenty-one years.  RYCH/2132  Nov. 16, 1698

Contents:
Counterpart

PENDLEBURY  [no ref. or date]

Lease by Sir Robert Coke of Longford, co. Derby, to John Fyles the elder of Pendlebury, yeoman, of a messuage in Pendlebury with appurtenances and a close on Swinton Moor between Bury Pitts and Moore Hill, for ninety nine years  RYCH/2133  July 14, 1687

Lease by the same to Robert Redford of Pendlebury, labourer, of a cottage with appurtenances in Pendlebury and a close on Swinton Moor, for ninety nine years  RYCH/2134  July 14, 1687

Lease by the same to Thomas Goodwin of Pendlebury, gentleman, of a messuage with appurtenances, for three lives  RYCH/2135  July 14, 1687

Lease by the above Sir Edward Coke to Mary Beswick, spinster, daughter of Hugh Beswick of Pendlebury, of a messuage with appurtenances for ninety nine years  RYCH/2136  Oct. 16, 1691

Lease by the same to Robert Radcliffe of Manchester, of part of a house with appurtenances for ninety nine years.  RYCH/2137  Nov. 15, 1695

Contents:
Counterpart

Lease by the same to John Cook of Pendlebury, yeoman, of a messuage called Thomas Scholes's and closes, for ninety nine years  RYCH/2138  April 30, 1725

Contents:
Counterpart.

PRESTWICH  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage by John Hilton of Prestwich, yeoman [son of the late Abraham Hilton, parish clerk of Prestwich], to William Killshaw of Crumpsall, yeoman, of the Farthest, Midle and Nearest Fields, three closes in Hilton's tenement near Sheepfoot Lane  RYCH/2139  Dec. 27, 1719

Lease by the above Sir Edward Coke to John Hulton of Prestwich, of Hulton's tenement and the land attached, for three lives  RYCH/2140  Sept. 25, 1722

[no title]  RYCH/2141  nd

Contents:
Counterpart of the above

Bond of the above John Hulton to James Diggle of Prestwich, whitster, for the payment of 15 l  RYCH/2142  April 17, 1723

Mortgage by the above John Hulton to Mary Clarke of Manchester, spinster, of Hulton's tenement and the lands attached  RYCH/2143  March 10, 1724/5

Bond of the above John Hulton and of Andrew Pickstone of Prestwich, husbandman, to the above Mary Clarke, for performance of the above  RYCH/2144  March 10, 1724/5

Note of promise of Thomas Wilkins to return the indenture of Dec. 27, 1719 [RYCH/2139 above] to William Kilshaw, jun., son of the William Killshaw concerned therein, within one week  RYCH/2145  Jan. 12, 1726/7

Similar note respecting the indenture of March 10, 1724/5 [RYCH/2143 above] and Mary Clarke  RYCH/2146  Jan. 12, 1726/7

Surrender by the above William Killshaw, sen., William Killshaw, jun., Mary Clarke and John Hulton to the above Sir Edward Coke, of Hulton's tenement and the lands attached, for the payment of Hulton's debts to the Killshaws and Mary Clarke and of the residue of 2501. to Hulton  RYCH/2147  Jan. 17, 1726/7

Bond of the above John Hulton to the above Sir Edward Coke for performance of the above  RYCH/2148  Jan. 17, 1726/7

REDDISH  [no ref. or date]

Petition to Sir Robert Coke, bart., from his tenants James Jolly and Jane, his wife, respecting their ejection from their tenement  RYCH/2149  n.d. [temp. James II]

Contents:
Copy.

Conveyance from the trustees of the Rt. Hon. Thomas William, late earl of Leicester, with the consent of the Hon. E.K.W. Coke of Longford, co. Derby, to Charles Lowe and John Gill, both of Manchester, chemical manufacturers, of a plot of land  RYCH/2150  June 14, 1879

Contents:
Duplicate.

SWINTON. See also PENDLEBURY  [no ref. or date]

Lease by Sir Robert Coke of Longford, co. Derby, to John Valentine of Pendlebury, husbandman, of a parcel of Swinton Moor  RYCH/2151  July 14, 1687

Co. LANCASTER  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of the title of Sir Robert Coke to the manors of Redich, Cramshall alias Crumshall, Prestwich, Pendlebury, Tetloe, and Heaton Fawkefeild alias Heaton Supra Fawkefeild  RYCH/2152  1695

Paper, three sheets

Assignment from Mary, dowager countess of Fauconberg, Henry Treton of Williamstrip, co. Gloucester, esq., Sir Thomas Frankland of Thirkleby, co. York, bart., and Thomas Gibson of London, gentleman, to Thomas Worsley the elder of Hovingham, co. York, esq., of the above six manors with appurtenances  RYCH/2153  Aug. 24, 1710

Mortgage of the above six manors with appurtenances, by Sir Edward Coke of Longford, co. Derby, bart. (brother and heir of the late Sir Robert Coke), to Edward Duncombe of the city of Westminster, esq  RYCH/2154  May 5, 1711

PRESTWICH (co. Lancaster)  RYCH/2155-2156  [n.d.]

Archival history:
[R.76920]

Contents:
Presented by T. A. Needham, esq.

Feoffment from Charles Robinson of Pepping Tree within Prestwich, saddler, and Ann, his wife, to Roger Yates of Prestwich, shoemaker, of a parcel of land in the Higher Field. Endorsed: Cuckoo Nest  RYCH/2155  Aug. 22, 1764

Bond of the above Charles Robinson to the above Roger Yates for performance of the above  RYCH/2156  Aug. 22, 1764

PRESTWICH (co. Lancaster)  RYCH/2157  Jan. 7, 1686/7

Archival history:
[R.73999]

Contents:
Presented by F. G. Emmison, esq.
LIVERPOOL (co. Lancaster).
Grant by Thomas, bishop of Chester, to David Pool(e) of Leverpoole, merchant, of a pew in Leverpoole chapel formerly belonging to John Hesketh, late of Leverpoole, gentleman, deceased

[no title or date]  RYCH/2158-2207

Archival history:
[R.77326]

Contents:
Presented by Col. H. G. Gregson. They relate to co. Lancaster unless otherwise stated

HALTON  [no ref. or date]

Final concord between Gilbert Hoghton', kt., plaintiff, and Francis Morley, esq., and Cassandra, his wife, defendants, respecting a messuage and lands with appurtenances in Halton  RYCH/2158  March 31, 1628

Release by Cuthbert Parkinson and Robert Lambert to Agnes Man of Hutton Roofe, Westmorland, of all their right, etc., in the capital messuage of Stubbe Hall with appurtenances and all demesne lands, etc. belonging thereto  RYCH/2159  July 19, 1660

Feoffment by Agnes Mann of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland, widow, to Miles Mann, gentleman, her second son, of the same  RYCH/2160  June 5, 1663

Note of five deeds relating to Stubb Hall  RYCH/2161  Sept. 4, 1660-June 5, 1663, n.d. [c. 1675]

List of writeings [mostly conveyances] relating to Stubb hall, Feb. 3, 1627-c. 1675  RYCH/2162  n.d. [c. 1675]

Assignment from Richard Adams and William Brooke, esquires, and Matthew Petley, gentleman, Bankruptcy Commissioners, to Daniel Mann, citizen and tallow-chandler of London, and Peter Cooper of Greenwich, co. Kent, brewer, creditors of Miles Mann, late of Fairebanck, Westmorland, merchant  RYCH/2163  Oct. 1, 1677

Bill of legal expences of Henry Minchard for major Richardson  RYCH/2164  Nov. 12, 1685

Two bills of accounts concerning Miles and Daniel Man and Dorothy Richardson. Examined by Thomas Heatly  RYCH/2165  Jan. 24, 1694

What munys D.M. hath paid ye widow for hir dowry [1676-1683] and What munyes D.M. hath recd att Stub in rents [1675-1684]  RYCH/2166  n.d. [late xviith cent]

Lease by William Robinson of Stubb, gentleman, to Thomas Kendall of Lancaster, flax-dresser, of the messuage called Stubb with appurtenances, for twenty-one years  RYCH/2167  Jan. 16, 1750

Contents:
Counterpart.

Memorandum of a Sale of Ash wood growing at Stub, Thomas Kendal, farmer  RYCH/2168  Nov. 28, 1751

Paper, 1 f

Receipts of Dorothy Rockliffe, John Robinson and Thomas Chippindale to William Robinson for legacies charged upon his estate at Stub Hall by the last will of John Robinson, deceased, his father  RYCH/2169  Feb. 18, 1758

Bond of Peter Woodhouse, merchant, to James Dearden, gentleman, both of Lancaster, for the payment of 3001  RYCH/2170  Feb. 13, 1768/9

Bond of the same to the same for the payment of 1001  RYCH/2171  Feb. 13, 1768/9

Bill of legal expences of George Postlethwaite, respecting William Robinson and Stub Hall estate, 1767/8. With note of receipt  RYCH/2172  Sept. 21, 1769

Bond of the above Peter Woodhouse to the above James Dearden for the payment of five hundred pounds secured by mortgage  RYCH/2173  Feb. 13, 1771

Lease by Peter Woodhouse of Lancaster, esq., to George Curwen of Cockerham, husbandman, of Stub Hall estate for fourteen years  RYCH/2174  Feb. 2, 1773

Contents:
Copy.

Lease by the Rev. Robert Fletcher of Halton Hall, Halton, and George Smith Bradshaw of Dean Street, Soho, co. Middlesex, esq., acting executors of William Bradshaw late of Halton Hall, esq., deceased, to Thomas Burrow of Warton, yeoman, of Stub Hall estate for seven years  RYCH/2175  Dec. 26, 1775

Contents:
Counterpart.

Lease by William Bradshaw Bradshaw [sic] of Halton Hall, esq., lord of the Manor of Halton, to Thomas Burrow of Stub, yeoman, of Stub estate for six years  RYCH/2176  Dec. 1, 1783

[no title]  RYCH/2177  nd

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

Miscellaneous expences relating to members of the Robinson family and to Stub Hall  RYCH/2178  n.d. [xviiith cent]

Paper, 3 ff

LIVERPOOL  [no ref. or date]

Bond for payment of Thomas Christian and Edward Williams, both of Liverpool, merchants, to Henry Blundell of Inceblundell, esq  RYCH/2179  April 15, 1678

Letters of administration of Edward Williams, formerly of London, deceased, granted to his sister, Sidney Morecroft alias Williams, wife of Silvester Morecroft  RYCH/2180  April 18, 1692

General release by John Parke of Liverpool, mariner, to Silvester Moorcroft of the same, milliner  RYCH/2181  Aug. 10, 1694

General release by Thomas Clayton of Adlington, esq., to the same  RYCH/2182  Jan. 20, 1698

Mortgage by alderman Silvester Moorcroft of Liverpool, gentleman, to James Bayley of Manchester, linen-draper, of that parcel of land leased from the Borough and Corporation of Liverpool on Nov. 26, 1720, and the building, recently erected thereon by the said Silvester Moorcroft, commonly called the New Custome house  RYCH/2183  Jan. 1, 1722/3

Mortgage by the same to James Shaw of Liverpool, gentleman, of messuages, houses, etc. with the ground belonging thereto called Mostocks Row  RYCH/2184  May 8, 1731

Contents:
Endorsed: Old Custom House.

Bill of expences for alderman Silvester Moorcroft and Rebecca, his wife, v. Furnivall and for Walmesley v. Moorcroft, his wife, and others, in the Chancery of Lancashire  RYCH/2185  n.d. [c. 1731]

Bond of indemnity of Peter Furnivall of Liverpool, gentleman, to Sylvester Moorcroft of the same, gentleman, respecting a messuage in West Derby, the George Inn in Liverpool, and a messuage in Church Holme, co. Chester  RYCH/2186  Dec. 31, 1731

Mortgage by Moorcroft Kirks of Liverpool, mariner, executor and residuary devisee of alderman Sylvester Moorcroft, deceased, to Rachael Davies of the same, widow, of the New Custom House, the newly erected warehouse in the yard of the same, and all those his rooms in the Old Custom House called the Tide Surveyors or Tide Waiters Rooms or Watch House, together with the Burning House and apartments for damaged tobacco, and all offices, yards, etc. appertaining to these premises  RYCH/2187  Dec. 15, 1743

Will of Moorcroft Kirks of Liverpool, gentleman  RYCH/2188  Sept. 24, 1749. Probate Dec. 11

Assignment from Catherine Kirk of Liverpool, widow, only surviving executrix of the late Sylvester Moorcroft, gentleman, to John Perkin of Liverpool, mariner, of a portion of a timber yard behind the New Custom House  RYCH/2189  Aug. 13, 1750

Assignment from Samuel Kirks of Liverpool, upholsterer, a devisee of the late Moorcroft Kirks, gentleman, and Ellen Kirks of the same, widow and executrix of the said Moorcroft Kirks, to John Perkin of the same, master mariner, of the same  RYCH/2190  Aug. 23, 1750

Will of John Beckett of Liverpool, shipwright  RYCH/2191  April 11, 1758

Contents:
Copy.

Mortgage by the above Ellen Kirks, widow, to Sir Ellis Cunliffe of Saighton, co. Chester, bart., of the New Custom House  RYCH/2192  Nov. 3, 1765

Imperf.

Articles of agreement between Morecroft Kirks and David Trearson respecting a partnership  RYCH/2193  March 25, 1775

Lease by Elizabeth Kirks of Cark near Cartmel, widow, and James Stockdale, jun., of the same, gentleman, acting executors and devisees in trust named in the Will of Morecroft Kirks, late of Liverpool, ironmonger, deceased (only son of Morecroft Kirks, mariner, deceased), to William Stiles, esq., Secretary to the Honourable the Commissioners of H.M.'s Customs, of the Custom House and additional warehouses belonging thereto until Jan. 5, 1815  RYCH/2194  March 29, 1787

Mortgage by the same to Cornelius Bourne of Liverpool, merchant, of the Custom House and a warehouse at the back of the same  RYCH/2195  Jan. 6, 1788

Will of Agnes Richardson of Liverpool, widow  RYCH/2196  Oct. 31, 1787

Contents:
With note of probate (May 16, 1799). Office Copy.

Patent granted to Mathew Gregson of Liverpool for his method of cleansing feathers and hair for beds  RYCH/2197  Aug. 1, 1805

Great seal, large fragment.

Will of Isabella Moore of Liverpool, widow  RYCH/2198  Jan. 22, 1806

Contents:
Copy.

Assignment by Richard Towers, late of Ulverston, now of Duddon Grove, co. Cumberland, esq., by the direction of James Stockdale of Cark, esq., to Moorcroft Kirkes of Liverpool, esq., of a mortgage of a moiety of the Custom House  RYCH/2199  Oct. 5, 1808

Certificate that Mathew Gregson of Liverpool, esq., was admitted an honorary member of the Antiquarian Society of Newcastle upon Tyne  RYCH/2200  July 3, 1822

Settlement on the marriage of Edward Guy Deane, gentleman, and Alice Elizabeth Horridge, spinster, both of Liverpool  RYCH/2201  Sept. 16, 1823

Acknowledgement by William Jackson of the receipt of five title deeds (Dec. 7, 1771-Dec. 2, 1828) to property in Liverpool belonging to Moorcroft Kirkes, esq  RYCH/2202  Dec. 6, 1828

Will of Gilbert Harrison Timmins of Liverpool, merchant  RYCH/2203  March 17, 1836. Probate Sept. 15, 1837

Mortgage by Ann Kirkes of Lancaster, widow, and others to William Tapley of Liverpool, esq., respecting the estate of the above Gilbert Harrison Timmins  RYCH/2204  Sept. 28, 1839

VARIOUS  [no ref. or date]

Answers of Margaret Wilson, widow, and Thomas Wilson, gentleman, her son, defendants, to the Bill of Complaint of Henry West and Richard Eskrigg, complainants; taken at Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland  RYCH/2205  May 4, 1685

Contents:
Copy.

Bill of legal expences relating to Robinson and others v. Eskrigg and others  RYCH/2206  May 18, 1710

Note to Francis Reynolds, esq., respecting a survey to be made by Mr. Hankinson  RYCH/2207  n.d. [mid-xviiith cent]

[no title or date]  RYCH/2208-2231

Archival history:
[R. 77327]

Contents:
A miscellaneous collection

Co. HUNTINGDON  [no ref. or date]

Lease for ninety nine years by Sir Lodowicke Deyer, bart., of Greate Stoughton, co. Huntingdon, to George Seignior the elder of Bechemsteede [Beachampstead] in Greate Stoughton parish, yeoman and servant of the said Sir Lodowicke, Barbara Seignior his wife, George Seignior his son, and Mary Foster, daughter of Raphe Foster, citizen and barber-surgeon of London, of a messuage, a close called Cuckowes Close and land in Bechemsteede  RYCH/2208  Jan. 31, 1635

Three seals.

Lease for twenty one years by Richard Dyer of Colmworth, co. Bedford, esq., to Robert Freshwater and Thomas Freshwater of Bechemsteed, tile-makers, of land and premises in Bechemsteed  RYCH/2209  April 1, 1652

Similar lease to Henry Richards of co. Bedford, husbandman, of a messuage with appurtenances and lands in Great Staughton parish  RYCH/2210  Oct. 10, 1652

Contents:
Counterpart.

Assignment from Richard Dyer of Nethersteed in Colmworth, co. Bedford, esq., and William Wye of Sainte Neotts, co. Huntingdon, gentleman, to George Parsons of Chauson, co. Bedford, and Thomas Ketelby of Langford, co. Derby, gentlemen, of an annuity issuing from lands in co. Huntingdon granted to Dyer by his father, the late Sir William Deyer [sic], kt  RYCH/2211  June 15, 1653

Two paper seals.

Lease for twenty one years by Doyelie Deyer of Colmworth, co. Bedford, esq., to Thomas Chylde of Hayleweston, co. Huntingdon, husbandman, of a messuage with appurtenances in Hayleweston  RYCH/2212  July 1, 1658

Lease for nine years by Doyly Dyer of Hailweston, co. Huntingdon, gentleman, to Rothomy Sibley and Thomas his son, both of the same, husbandmen, of land in Hailweston  RYCH/2213  Feb. 15, 1671

Co. LINCOLN  [no ref. or date]

Power of attorney from Humfrey Goldburne, John Fitzherbert, Anthony Fitzherbert, John Bradburne, Nicholas Fitzherbert and Edward Redfeerne, vicar of Longford [co. Derby], to Robert Bryton', William Folgram and [blank] to receive seisin from Ralph Longford, kt., of lands, etc. in Willyngham, Orby and elsewhere in co. Lincoln, in cos. Warwick and Leicester and in Wales  RYCH/2214  Jan. 20, 1513

Co. NORTHAMPTON  [no ref. or date]

Letters of commission for Charitable Uses directed to James earl of Northampton, John earl of Exeter, Mildmay earl of Westmorland, Henry earl of Peterborough, Robert viscount Mandevill, O'Brien viscount Cullen, the bishop of Peterborough, Charles lord Spencer, and others, for co. Northampton  RYCH/2215  Oct. 14, 1661

Great seal, imperf.

Co. NOTTINGHAM  [no ref. or date]

Grant by Robert the abbot and the convent of Roche, co. York [W.R.], to Symon de Wyten, son of Thomas de Kinton' [sic], of a toft in Karlton' in Lindrik [Carlton in Lindrick]. Hiis testibus Ricardo de Furneys de Karlton', Willelmo fratre eiusdem de eadem, Hugone de Aldani de eadem, Willelmo de Monte, Hugone Buscel, Galfrido de Warewik, Hugone le Cuper et multis aliis  RYCH/2216  n.d. [early xivth cent]

Seal missing.

Co. OXFORD  [no ref. or date]

Sale by Sir Thomas Denton of Hillesden, co. Buckingham, to Richard Waterer of Benson alias Bensington alias Bensingborne, co. Oxford, gentleman, of a watermill with appurtenances and two adjoining closes in Benson  RYCH/2217  Nov. 27, 1618

C///o. SALOP  [no ref. or date]

Release by Margaret Barker, widow of Thomas Barker, esq., and Sarah Barker, spinster, a daughter and heir of the said Thomas, to Thomas Jones, esq., and Richard Taylor, gentleman, both of Shrewsbury, of a moiety of the messuage called Adbrightlee, with appurtenances  RYCH/2218  Dec. 1, 1663

Contents:
Copy.

Exemplification of a plea between Job Charleton, kt., Chief Justice of Chester, and John Milward, esq., plaintiffs, and Edward Coke, bart., Robert Coke, esq., and Sarah his wife, Edward Kynaston, esq., and Anna his wife, Thomas Jones, esq., Thomas Rocke, esq., Samuel Wingfeild, esq., and Richard Taylor, gentleman, touching the manors of Haughmond alias Hamond, Upton alias Great Upton alias Upton under Haughmond, Rodington, Sinderne alias Sindorne, Withington, Aldbright lee, Uckington, Walcott and Norton with appurtenances, the barn of Great Rea alias Over Rea with appurtenances, and messuages, lands, etc. in co. Salop  RYCH/2219  Oct. 23, 1680

Bench seal, imperf.

Notes of proceedings on the part of Edward Kynnaston, jun., esq., and Amye his wife, Robert Coke, esq., and Sarah his wife, Robert Charlton, bart, Edward Kynnaston, sen., esq., and Francis Forester, esq., relating to the manors of Haughmond, Upton, Withington and Abbrightlee with appurtenances and to messuages, lands, etc. in co. Salop  RYCH/2220  n.d. [late xviith cent]

Paper, 1 f

Co. STAFFORD  [no ref. or date]

Indenture testifying that Roger de Waltham has restored to Nicholas de Longford, kt., lately the king's enemy, lands and tenements confiscated from him in co. Stafford, in fulfilment of a writ of Oct. 24, 1322  RYCH/2221  Nov. 6, 1322

Two seals, missing.

Sale by Nicholas Longforde of Longford, co. Derby, esq., to John Fletewoode of Caldwiche, co. Stafford, esq., of the manor of Elaston with appurtenances in Elaston, Caldwiche Prestwoode, Calton and Quycksyll in co. Stafford  RYCH/2222  Oct. 6, 1571

Seal.

Agreement between dame Priscilla Littleton of the Close of the Cathedral Church of Lichfield, widow, on the one part, and Sir Robert Coke of Longford, co. Derby, bart., on the other, respecting a lease of her house in the Close  RYCH/2223  April 25, 1685

WESTMORLAND  [no ref. or date]

Sale by the Rt. Hon. Phillip lord Wharton to Richard Hutton of Hunwicke, co. Durham, esq., and Anthony Wharton of Gillingwood, co. York, gentleman, of the rectory and parsonage of Ravenstondale, Westmorland, with appurtenances  RYCH/2224  Jan. 15, 1624

Sale by the Rt. Hon. Phillip lord Wharton, Humphrey Wharton of Gillingwood, co. York, gentleman, and the above Richard Hutton and Anthony Wharton to John Lowther of Lowther, Westmorland, of the messuage called Reagill Graunge or Rainegill Graunge with appurtenances  RYCH/2225  Sept. 9, 1624

Sale by John Gunter of Healaugh, co. York, Bachelor of Civil Law, with the consent of Philip lord Wharton, of an annuity issuing from lands, etc., in Orton parish, to the Hon. Thomas Wharton of Upper Winchingham, co. Buckingham (eldest son and heir of Philip lord Wharton), Philip Wharton (only son and heir of Sir Thomas Wharton of Edlington, co. York), William Wharton, esq., Anthony Prockter, curate of Russendale [Ravenstonedale], James Clerkson, Simon Alderson, Ralph Milner, William Fothergill, William Shaw, Robert Hunter, Richard Fothergill, Henry Bousfeild and Philip Bousfeild, feoffees, in trust as an additional maintenance for the schoolmaster at Russendale  RYCH/2226  Oct. 20, 1684

WEST INDIES, ISLAND OF ST. CHRISTOPHER  [no ref. or date]

Assignment from David Gregory, D.D., of Christ Church, Oxford, brother, heir and executor of the late James Gregory of the Island of St. Christopher, esq., to Robert Colhoun of the Island of St. Christopher, esq., of parcels of land in St. Mary Cayon parish in the said Island  RYCH/2227  Nov. 2, 1748

Release of trust in the affairs of Peter Matthew Mills, esq., residing at Brussels, from John Warington, jun., of London, merchant, to William Colhoune of Pall Mall, co. Middlesex  RYCH/2228  Nov. 22, 1771

Imperf.

Assignment of mortgage from the above William Colhoune to Catherine Mills of Soho Square, co. Middlesex, spinster, respecting plantations in the Island of St. Christopher  RYCH/2229  June 28, 1773

Imperf.

VARIOUS  [no ref. or date]

Bond for performance of Robert Heale of Leagrange, co. Leicester, yeoman, to George Wagstaffe of Haunton, co. Stafford, and Anne Wagstaffe of the same, spinster  RYCH/2230  Sept. 27, 1695

Agreement between the Hon. Philip Roberts of Bramley, co. Surrey, esq., and others, of the one part, and Thomas Turner, the younger, of co. Kent, esq., and Edward Maurice of St. George's parish, Hanover Square, co. Middlesex, esq., respecting a settlement on the said Philip Roberts, Ann his wife and Wenman Roberts, esq., their eldest son  RYCH/2231  Nov. 23, 1749

[no title]  RYCH/2232  March 5, 1687

Archival history:
[R. 76924]

Contents:
Presented by Bedfordshire County Council.
HAWKESHEAD (co. Lancaster).
Oath of Cicelie Mackreth, wife of James Mackreth, and Elizabeth Rigge, widow, that Ester Beck, interred in the parish of Haukeshead on March 1, was not buried in any material contrary to an Act of Parliament for burying in sheep's wool.

[no title or date]  RYCH/2233-2244

Archival history:
[R. 74342]

Contents:
Presented by Miss Harrison of Hawkshead, co. Lancaster. They refer to co. Lancaster unless otherwise stated

CHESTER  [no ref. or date]

Indenture of apprenticeship of John Shone, son of Rebecca Shone of Chester, widow, to Shaw Evans of Chester, currier  RYCH/2233  Nov. 18, 1726

Will of John Evans of Chester, currier  RYCH/2234  Oct. 4, 1816

Contents:
Two codicils, Jan. 15 and Nov. 26, 1817. Probate April 20, 1818.

LOWTON AND PENNINGTON  [no ref. or date]

Lease by Samuel ["Beau"] Byrom of Byrom within Lawton, esq., to Mary Mather of Pennington, widow, of land in Lowton (including the Geld Yord croft) and Pennington  RYCH/2235  Feb. 24, 1709/10

Contents:
Endorsed: No. 1.
At the foot is "Beau" Byrom's signature.

Assignment from Thomas Counsil of Balderstone, tailor, administrator of the goods, etc., of Henry Mather, late of Pennington, yeoman, deceased [son of the above Mary Mather], to Adam Mason of Croft, linen-weaver, of the same, in trust for Robert Moors of Pennington, yeoman.  RYCH/2236  May 20, 1746

Contents:
Endorsed: No. 2.

Assignment from the same to the same of a messuage with appurtenances in Brockhurst in Pennington, leased by the above Henry Mather from the Master, Ushers, etc., of the Hospital and Free School in Etwell and Repton alias Repingdon, co. Derby  RYCH/2237  May 20, 1746

Contents:
Endorsed: No. 3.

Lease by the Master, Ushers, etc., of the Hospital and Free School in Etwell and Repton, co. Derby, to Robert Moors of Brockhurst in Pennington, linen weaver, of the same, for twenty one years  RYCH/2238  Oct. 22, 1772

Contents:
Endorsed: No. 5.

Assignment from Robert Moors of Pennington, yeoman, to Henry Mather of Warrington, timber merchant, of the premises, etc., concerned in RYCH/2236 and 2238 above  RYCH/2239  March 11, 1773

Contents:
Endorsed: No. 4.

Assignment from the above Henry Mather, timber merchant, to James Robinson of Great Sankey, gentleman, of the same  RYCH/2240  May 17, 1780

Contents:
Endorsed: No. 6.

Memoranda Book (May-Nov. 1788) of William Mather of Warrington, timber merchant. 21 ff., of which 7-19 are blank  RYCH/2241  nd

Contents:
Includes Expences for the Cockpitt and a reference to Warrington Bank.

Lease for twenty one years by the Corporation of Etwall Hospital and Repton School, co. Derby, to William Mather of Warrington, timber merchant, of the [above-mentioned] messuage in Brockhurst, an orchard, and closes there called the Great Higher Croft, Less Higher Croft, Great part of Long Meadow, Less part of Long Meadow and Barn Field  RYCH/2242  Nov. 1, 1792

Contents:
Endorsed: No. 7.

Letter from William Thomas Beer, Master of Etwall Hospital, co. Derby, to William Mather, respecting the renewal of the lease under which the latter holds his farm and buildings from the Corporation of the Hospital  RYCH/2243  n.d. [1812/13]

Notice from the same to Henry Mather of Warrington to quit possession of the messuage, etc., in Pennington which he holds of the above Corporation  RYCH/2244  Jan. 6, 1813

[no title or date]  RYCH/2245-2477

Archival history:
[R. 67889]

Contents:
Presented by Mrs. Greene, Miss Porter and Mrs. T. H. Jones

BONSALL (co. Derby)  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale by Thomas White of Manchester, dealer in cotton waste, to John Woodhead of the same, woollen manufacturer  RYCH/2245  March 14, 1818

BRADWELL AND HOPE (co. Derby)  [no ref. or date]

Final concord between Wastell Robinson and John Chapman, plaintiffs, and Henry Cork, deforciant, respecting three messuages and land with appurtenances  RYCH/2246  Oct. 20, 1657

Contents:
Copy.

Exemplification of the above  RYCH/2247  Oct. 23, 1657

Seal missing.

BREDBURY AND ROMILEY (co. Chester)  [no ref. or date]

Lease by Sir Fulke Lucy of Henbury, co. Chester, kt., and dame Isabell, his wife, to William Milnes the elder of Romeley, husbandman, of a messuage in Romeley and land in Bredbury near Buttercrosse, with appurtenances  RYCH/2248  Aug. 15, 1670

CHARLESWORTH (co. Derby)  [no ref. or date]

Assignment from John Henshaw of Longford, co. Salop, gentleman, to John Eddowes of Wichmalbank, co. Chester, ironmonger, of two messuages and lands in Charlesworth  RYCH/2249  Feb. 8, 1717

Assignment from Esther Hall of Charlesworth, widow, shopkeeper, to John Shaw of the same, farmer, of a life annuity  RYCH/2250  Jan. 28, 1824

CHEADLE AND CHEADLE HULME (co. Chester)  [no ref. or date]

Release by Sir Edward Mosley of Hough Hall, co. Lancaster, bart., to Edward Bate of Cheadle, husbandman, of a messuage and land with appurtenances in Cheadle and Cheadle Holme alias Cheadle Hulme  RYCH/2251  Feb. 6, 1662/3

Release by John Chandley of Cheadle, limner, to his brother, Josiah Chandley of the same, chapman, of closes in Cheadle belonging to Bates Tenement  RYCH/2252  March 3, 1723/4

DENTON (co. Lancaster)  [no ref. or date]

Assignment from Robert Duckenfield of Duckenfield, co. Chester, esq., Sir Robert Duckenfield of the same, bart, John Wadsworth of co. York, gentleman, and John Hollinworth of Tintwistle, co. Chester, gentleman, to John Crew of Utkinton, co. Chester, kt., and the Rev. James Arderne, D.D., dean of Chester, of the moiety of an annuity, in trust for Grace Hyde, a daughter of Robert Hyde, late of Denton, co. Lancaster, esq., deceased  RYCH/2253  Dec. 2, 1686

DONCASTER (co. York)  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage of the tolls arising on the Doncaster and Salter's Brook Turnpike Road, by the trustees to Samuel Hadfield of Town-Head in Thurlstone, co. York, esq  RYCH/2254  Nov. 22, 1826

FAILSWORTH (co Lancaster)  [no ref. or date]

Assignment from Matthew Scoales of Newton in the parish of Manchester, linen-weaver, to John Goodyear of Failsworth, yeoman, of his apprentice Mary Clarkson  RYCH/2255  Feb. 16, 1741/2

Assignment from John Goodier of Failsworth, chapman, to Robert Andrew of Ashton under Line, weaver, of his apprentice John Lees of Failsworth  RYCH/2256  Oct. 20, 1742

Lease by Thomas Marriott of How Lane in co. Chester, esq., John Mitchell of Mile-end near Stockport, co. Chester, doctor of physic, and Mary, wife of the said John, to Samuel Hobson of Manchester, merchant, of premises in Failsworth  RYCH/2257  May 28, 1806

GLOSSOP (co. Derby)  [no ref. or date]

Final concord between William, son of Nicholas de Hadfeld', complainant, and Thomas, son of William Hudeson', and Elena his wife, deforciants, respecting a messuage and land with appurtenances in Glossop  RYCH/2258  May 3, 1378

Contents:
Endorsed: **Greek**

Deed of covenants between Nicholas Hadfield of Hadfeild, co. Derby, yeoman, of the one part, and Ottiwell Wood and Edward Carlicke, both of Glossop parish, yeomen, for suffering a recovery  RYCH/2259  Jan. 5, 1648

HADFIELD, etc. (co. Derby)  [no ref. or date]

Grant by William son of Richard de Hadefeld' to Ralph son of Adam de Hadefeld' of half a bovate of land in Hadefeld.'  RYCH/2260  n.d. [mid-xiiith cent]

Seal, fragment.

Contents:
Hiis testibus Jacobo de Meinwarin, Johanni de Leys, Ade de Hadefeld', Willelmo de Hadefeld", Willelmo de le Hul et aliis fidedignis.
Endorsed as RYCH/2258 above.

Grant by Ralph de Hadefeld to Robert, his son and heir, of half a bovate of land in Hadefeld.'  RYCH/2261  n.d. [late xiiith cent]

Seal with black cloth covering.

Contents:
Hiis testibus Rogero de Melner, Willelmo de Stafford, Ricardo Le Ragged, Johanne de Leyes, Willelmo de cadem, et aliis.
Endorsed as RYCH/2258 above.

Release by Elena, daughter of Robert son of Robert Raulynson of Hadfeld', to William son of Nicholas de Hadfeld' of all her right and claim in all messuages, lands, etc. which were of the aforesaid Robert, the son, in the vill of Hadfeld'  RYCH/2262  Aug. 30, 1372

Seal, missing.

Contents:
Endorsed as RYCH/2258 above.

Release of all actions, etc., by Joan, daughter of John Haddefeld, and Richard, Thurstan and William, sons of the said John, to William Newton and William Haddefeld  RYCH/2263  April 10, 1439

Fragments of two seals.

Contents:
Endorsed as RYCH/2258 above.

Deed of covenants between John Hadfeld of Hadfeld, and James Godderd of Little Padfeld, yeomen, respecting the marriage of Robert, son and heir of the said John, and Margaret, daughter of the said James  RYCH/2264  April 20, 1612

Imperf.

Exemplification of a fine between George Boothe and Reginald Godderd, complainants, and John Hadfeild, deforciant, respecting two messuages and lands with appurtenances in Hadfield and Glossopp  RYCH/2265  May 13, 1612

Seal in green bag.

Contents:
Endorsed as RYCH/2258 above.

Assignment from Thomas Newton of Hadfeild, fellmonger, to Thomas Hadfeild of the same, yeoman, of the Towne Feilde in Hadfeild  RYCH/2266  July 29, 1637

Exemplification of a recovery by Cromwell Meverell and Henry Kniveton, gentlemen, against Nicholas Hadfeild, respecting a messuage and land with appurtenances in Hadfeild and Glossopp  RYCH/2267  Feb. 12, 1648

Seal in red bag.

Contents:
Endorsed as RYCH/2258 above.

Bond for performance of Nicholas Hadfield to Thomas Hadfield, both of Hadfield  RYCH/2268  April 22, 1648

Similar bond of the same to the same  RYCH/2269  April 24, 1648

Final concord between Thomas Hadfield, complainant, and Nicholas Hadfield and Elizabeth, his wife, respecting a barn and lands in Hadfeild and Glossopp  RYCH/2270  May 1, 1648

Counterpart of the above  RYCH/2271  nd

Bond for performance of Nicholas Hadfield of Hadfield, yeoman, to Thomas Hadfield of the same, gentleman  RYCH/2272  Dec. 16, 1648

Similar bond of the same to George Hadfield, son of Thomas Hadfield of Hadfield, gentleman  RYCH/2273  Dec. 16, 1648

Final concord between Thomas Hadfeild, gentleman, complainant, and Nicholas Hadfeild, deforciant, respecting land with appurtenances in Hadfeild and Glossopp  RYCH/2274  Nov. 12, 1649

[no title]  RYCH/2275  nd

Contents:
Counterpart of the above

Will of Nicholas Hadfeild of Hadfeild, yeoman  RYCH/2276  Aug. 16, 1650. Probate June 23, 1652

Another copy of the above Will and probate  RYCH/2277  nd

Agreement between Thomas Hadfield of Hadfield, yeoman, and Richard Newton of Dinting, yeoman, respecting the wall in Marle Shaw joyninge to the Castle lane  RYCH/2278  April 24, 1654

Agreement between the same and Thurston Newton of Dinting, yeoman, respecting the same  RYCH/2279  April 25, 1654

Order of Court in Attorney General against Thomas Hadfeild, defendant  RYCH/2280  May 22, 1666

Feoffment from Samuel Hadfield of Hadfield, yeoman, to George Hadfield of the same, yeoman, of a moiety of premises and closes (the upper banke, the neather banke, the longe croft, the two Pingatts, the cowhey croft, the cowheay, the buftonn, the Townfield, the upper and lower meadow, the Bent and the Birchen lee) in Hadfield  RYCH/2281  July 13, 1668

Bond of the same to the same respecting the same  RYCH/2282  July 13, 1668

Agreement between the same respecting the same  RYCH/2283  July 13, 1668

Receipt of the same to the same respecting the same  RYCH/2284  July 14, 1668

Feoffment from Samuel Hadfield of Hartington, yeoman, to George Hadfield of Hadfield, yeoman, of a moiety of a messuage in Hadfield and a moiety of the closes there named in RYCH/2281 above  RYCH/2285  Oct. 27, 1668

Deed of defeasance by the above George Hadfield respecting the same  RYCH/2286  Oct. 27, 1668

Bond of the above Samuel Hadfield to the above George Hadfield respecting the same  RYCH/2287  Oct. 27, 1668

Receipt of the same to the same respecting the same  RYCH/2288  Oct. 27, 1668

Feoffment from Samuel Hadfield of Hadfield, yeoman, son and heir of Nicholas Hadfield late of the same, deceased, to Thomas Hadfield, son and heir of George Hadfield of the same, yeoman, of parcels of land in Hadfield  RYCH/2289  Dec. 31, 1668

Deed of defeasance by the above George Hadfield respecting the same  RYCH/2290  Dec. 31, 1668

Bond of the above Samuel Hadfield to the above Thomas Hadfield respecting the same  RYCH/2291  Dec. 31, 1668

Receipt of the same to the same respecting the same  RYCH/2292  Dec. 31, 1668

Final concord between George Hadfield, plaintiff, and Samuel Hadfield, defendant, respecting a messuage, a barn and land with appurtenances in Hadfeild, Padfeild, Glossoppe and Dintinge  RYCH/2293  Jan. 20, 1669

[no title]  RYCH/2294  nd

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

Articles of agreement between Samuel Hadfeild, clerk, and George Hadfeild, yeoman, both of Hadfeild, respecting the conveyance of all the former's lands and premises in Hadfeild to the latter  RYCH/2295  Nov. 16, 1670

Power of attorney from the above Samuel Hadfeild, clerk, to the above George Hadfeild to receive any documents concerning the above lands or premises  RYCH/2296  Nov. 16, 1670

Bond for performance of the same to the same  RYCH/2297  Nov. 16, 1670

Receipt of Samuel Hadfeild, clerk, to Thomas Hadfield, sen., George Hadfield and Thomas Hadfeild, jun., for money concerned in a release [dated Nov. 17] to the said George of all the said Samuel's lands and premises in Hadfeild  RYCH/2298  Nov. 18, 1670

Abstract of ten deeds (Apr. 22, 1648-Nov. 17, 1670) relating to the Hadfield family and to the conveyance of lands and premises in Hadfeild  RYCH/2299  n.d. [late xviith cent]

Will of Richard Newton of Hadfield, yeoman  RYCH/2300  Feb. 22, 1671/2

Contents:
True copy.

Inventory of the goods and chattels of George Hadfeild late of Hadfield, yeoman, deceased, taken by Thomas Garlike and William Fynney  RYCH/2301  June 29, 1672

Contents:
He died on June 10.

Letters of administration of George Hadfield, deceased, granted to Thomas Hadfield, his father  RYCH/2302  July 3, 1672

Will of Thomas Hadfeild of Hadfield, yeoman  RYCH/2303  Nov. 26, 1673

Bill of complaint for the defendant in Samuel Hadfeild, clerk (son and heir of Nicholas Hadfeild), plaintiff, against Thomas Hadfeild (son, heir and executor of George Hadfeild, son, heir and executor of Thomas Hadfeild), defendant, respecting a messuage and land in Hadfeild, to be heard  RYCH/2304  June 27, 1685

Paper, six sheets


Related information: See RYCH/2305

Order of Court in the above case  RYCH/2305  June 27, 1685

Bond of Thomas Hadfeild of Hadfeild, yeoman, to James Bagshaw of Glossopp, yeoman  RYCH/2306  Dec. 18, 1689

Release by George Rollinson of Heyfeild, co. Derby, innkeeper, to Thomas Hadfeild of Hadfeild, yeoman, of all his right, etc., in the latter's houses, land, etc., in Hadfeild  RYCH/2307  May 30, 1695

Deed of covenants between the above Thomas Hadfeild, yeoman, of the first part, Samuel Hadfeild of Manchester, gentleman, of the second part, and James Fynney of Little Longson in Bakewell parish, yeoman, of the third part, for suffering a recovery of a messuage with appurtenances in Hadfeild  RYCH/2308  March 20, 1698/9

Duplicate of the above  RYCH/2309  nd

Release by the above Samuel Hadfeild, gentleman, to the above Thomas Hadfeild, yeoman, of messuages, lands, etc., in Hadfeild heretofore the inheritance of the late Nicholas Hadfeild, the grandfather, and the late Samuel Hadfeild, clerk, the father of the said Samuel  RYCH/2310  March 21, 1699

Exemplification of a recovery at Derby by James Fynney, gentleman, against Thomas Hadfeild of a messuage and land with appurtenances in Hadfeild  RYCH/2311  May 22, 1699

Seal in black bag.

Will of Thomas Hadfeild of Hadfeild, yeoman  RYCH/2312  April 23, 1741

Inventory of the goods, chattels and debts of the late Thomas Hadfeild, yeoman, taken by William Deernley and Nicholas Hougton [sic]  RYCH/2313  Oct. 4, 1743

Note of a sale by Thomas Booth to Thomas Hadfeild of Abraham Broadbent's household goods and hay  RYCH/2314  Nov. 11, 1772

Some acct of ye Hadfield Family [from Ralph, born c. 1540, to Thomas, born. c. 1600] written in 1800  RYCH/2315  nd

Paper, book of 4 ff

HAYTON (Cumberland)  [no ref. or date]

Will of Daniel Woodhead of Headsnook in the parish of Hayton, gentleman. May 22, 1877. Codicil  RYCH/2316  July 28, 1879. Probate, Dec. 29, 1880

HOLLINGWORTH (co. Chester)  [no ref. or date]

Will of George Hadfield, esq  RYCH/2317  June 14, 1810

Contents:
With note of probate, March 15, 1832. Office copy.

HOLMFIRTH (co. York)  [no ref. or date]

Proceedings at the Holmfirth Great Court Baron of Francis, duke of Leeds, lord of the manor of Wakefield, held before Samuel Tooker, esq., steward, relating to the admittance of Rebecca Mellor to premises at Wooldale  RYCH/2318  May 28, 1794

Proceedings at the same respecting John Mellor of Wooldale, son and heir of the above Rebecca  RYCH/2319  Oct. 31, 1821

HOOLEY HILL (co. Lancaster)  [no ref. or date]

Lease by William Hyde of Hollingworth, co. Chester, calico print cutter, to James Bardsley of Hooley Hill, feltmaker, of a messuage and land  RYCH/2320  May 12, 1826

HOPE  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See BRADWELL AND HOPE (co. Derby).

MACCLESFIELD (co. Chester)  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage by John Barber of Macclesfield, gentleman, to alderman William Mottershed of the same, of dyehouses situated near the Waters, from the west end and south side of the Bridge called the Bridge at the Waters to the Copperhouse and of a moiety of the Copperhouse buildings, with appurtenances  RYCH/2321  Dec. 17, 1728

Contents:
Endorsed: (No. 1).

Assignment from the above William Mottershed, Nicholas Thornley, jun., of Macclesfield, surgeon barber, and George Mottershead of North Rhode, co. Chester, yeoman, to Nathaniel Barber of Chester, gentleman, son of John Barber, alderman, deceased, of the same and of all dyeing implements therein  RYCH/2322  Jan. 5, 1730/31

Contents:
Endorsed: (No. 2).

Final concord between Nathaniel Barber and John Barber, gentlemen, respecting two messuages, two dyehouses, le Barn and a moiety of le Copperas house with appurtenances  RYCH/2323  Sept. 15, 1732

Deed declaring the uses of the above fine  RYCH/2324  Sept. 29, 1732

Contents:
Endorsed: (No. 3 and 4).

Mortgage by the above Nathaniel Barber, by the direction of the above John Barber, to Elizabeth Jodrell of Blackden, co. Chester, spinster, of the premises, etc., concerned in 2322 above  RYCH/2325  Oct. 30, 1733

Contents:
Endorsed: (No. 5).

Mortgage by the same to Sir George Warburton of Arley, co. Chester, bart., of a messuage and tenement with appurtenances near Birtles Eyes and of the dyehouses near the Waters, together with the dyeing implements therein  RYCH/2326  Dec. 17, 1739

Contents:
Endorsed: (No. 6).

Release by the same, by the direction of the above Sir George Warburton, to Thomas Slaughter of Aston Parks in Great Budworth parish, co. Chester, esq., in trust for the said Sir George, of the above dyehouses and implements and of all other messuages, lands, etc., of the said Nathaniel in Macclesfield  RYCH/2327  April 15, 1742

Contents:
Endorsed: (No. 8). [(No. 7) was apparently the lease portion of this conveyance, now missing.]

Lease for a year by the above Thomas Slaughter to John Turner the younger of Macclesfield, dyer, of the same  RYCH/2328  Nov. 24, 1742

Contents:
Endorsed: (No. 9).

Release by the same to the same of the same  RYCH/2329  Nov. 25, 1742

Contents:
Endorsed: (No. 10.)

Assignment from the above Elizabeth Jodrell, by the direction of the above Sir George Warburton and John Turner, to Thomas Vardon of Macclesfield, chapman, in trust for the said John, of all her estate, etc., in the above buildings, etc., which she acquired by RYCH/2325 above  RYCH/2330  Nov. 25, 1742

Contents:
Endorsed: (No. 11).

Lease for a year by the above Thomas Slaughter, devisee of the above Sir George Warburton, deceased, to the above John Turner, of the buildings, etc., concerned in RYCH/2327 above  RYCH/2331  Aug. 8, 1743

Contents:
Endorsed: (No. 12).

Release by the same to the same of the same  RYCH/2332  Aug. 9, 1743

Contents:
Endorsed: (No. 13).

Lease for a year by the above John Turner to Joshua Marriott of Manchester, merchant, of the same  RYCH/2333  Aug. 15, 1743

Contents:
Endorsed: (No. 14).

Release, by way of mortgage, by the same to the same of the same  RYCH/2334  Aug. 16, 1743

Contents:
Endorsed: (No. 15).

Lease for a year by Joshuah Marriott, son and heir of [the above] Joshua Marriott, deceased, and John Turner, to John Acton, Joseph Street and John Brocklehurst, all of Macclesfield, merchants, of the same  RYCH/2335  May 28, 1761

Contents:
Endorsed: (16).

Release by the same to the same of the same, being a transfer of the said mortgage  RYCH/2336  May 29, 1761

Contents:
Endorsed: (17).

Abstract of John Turner's title to the same  RYCH/2337  n.d[c. 1761]

MANCHESTER (co. Lancaster)  [no ref. or date]

Lease for six months by James Edge of Manchester, gentleman, to Joshua Marriott the younger, merchant, and William Marriott, chapman, both of the same, of a parcel of Hewets Meadow near Sudehill and of part of the Copperas house lately erected thereon, with appurtenances  RYCH/2338  July 3, 1749

Release by the same to the same of the same  RYCH/2339  July 4, 1749

Settlement after the marriage of John Quincey of Manchester, linen draper, and Martha, a daughter of Samuel Goodyear, late of Newton Heath, merchant, deceased  RYCH/2340  April 18, 1780

Feoffment by John Fawsett, jun., of Manchester, gentleman, to Cornelius Tape of the same, gentleman, of a parcel of land in Newtown within Manchester  RYCH/2341  Dec. 7, 1799

[no title]  RYCH/2342  nd

Contents:
Counterpart of the above

Feoffment by the above Cornelius Tape to Thomas Wallington and Robert Hanna, both of Manchester, joiners, of two parcels of land in the same  RYCH/2343  Dec. 9, 1799

Contents:
Counterpart.

Feoffment by the same to Samuel Parsonage of Manchester, plumber, of a plot of land in the same  RYCH/2344  Dec. 10, 1799

Contents:
Counterpart.

Feoffment by the same to John Lees of Manchester, bricklayer, of a messuage and a parcel of land in the same  RYCH/2345  Dec. 13, 1799

[no title]  RYCH/2346  nd

Contents:
Counterpart of the above

Feoffment by the same to Henry Dixon of Accrington, co. Lancaster, joiner, of a parcel of land in the same  RYCH/2347  Dec. 21, 1799

Counterpart of the above  RYCH/2348  nd

Feoffment by the same to the same of two parcels of land in the same  RYCH/2349  Dec. 26, 1799

Mortgage by the same to Sarah Newton of Manchester, widow, of thirteen messuages in Portland Street, Dixon Street and Water Street at Newtown, and the chief rents  RYCH/2350  Jan. 14, 1800

Lease for a year by the same to Charles Dean of Manchester, gentleman, of the same  RYCH/2351  Jan. 15, 1800

Release by the same to the same of the same  RYCH/2352  Jan. 16, 1800

Lease for a year by the above Henry Dixon to William Sutton of Overton, co. Chester, lime-dealer, Thomas Worsley of Manchester, cheesemonger, and George Wagstaffe of Glossop, co. Derby, manufacturer, of a plot of land in Newtown and the factory built thereon  RYCH/2353  April 22, 1800

Release by the same to the same of the same, by way of mortgage  RYCH/2354  April 23, 1800

Feoffment by John Lees of Manchester, bricklayer, to John Branch of the same, accountant, of a plot of ground and two messuages in Newtown  RYCH/2355  Sept. 18, 1800

Feoffment by the above John Branch to Daniel Dyson of Denby, co. York, clothier, of the same  RYCH/2356  Nov. 22, 1800

Final agreement made at Lancaster between Thomas Halstead, plaintiff, and John Fawcett the elder and Hannah, his wife, deforciants, respecting land and a factory in Manchester  RYCH/2357  Aug. 28, 1802

Release by John Fawcett the elder of Manchester, gentleman, and Hannah his wife, John Fawcett the younger of Leeds, co. York, gentleman, Ralph Fawsett [sic], Cornelius Tape, and others, to Thomas Halstead, of land and premises in Newtown  RYCH/2358  Sept. 29, 1802

Reconveyance by the above Henry Dixon to the above Cornelius Tape of two parcels of land in the same  RYCH/2359  July 15, 1803

Conveyance from the above Cornelius Tape to Isaac Nixon Browne, esq., and his trustee, Thomas Ainsworth, gentleman, both of Manchester, of land and messuages in Newtown  RYCH/2360  March 1, 1804

Feoffment by the above Daniel Dyson to the above Isaac Nixon Browne of two messuages in the same  RYCH/2361  June 24, 1804

Feoffment by the above Isaac Nixon Browne and his trustee to John Pass of Sheffield, co. York, silversmith, of a parcel of land in the same  RYCH/2362  Feb. 1, 1805

Will of Samuel Hadfield of Manchester, gentleman  RYCH/2363  May 26, 1806

Contents:
With note of probate, Sept. 8, 1807. Office copy.

Another copy of the above Will  RYCH/2364  nd

Mortgage by the above Isaac Nixon Browne and his trustee to Samuel Hadfield of Old Hall near Mottram in Longendale, co. Chester, esq., and his trustee, of messuages, land and rents in Newtown  RYCH/2365  June 1, 1808

Bond of the above Isaac Nixon Browne to the above Samuel Hadfield respecting the above mortgage  RYCH/2366  June 1, 1808

Schedule of deeds, etc. (Dec. 7, 1799-June 1, 1808) relating to Isaac Nixon Browne's title to certain buildings, lands and rents in Newtown, mortgaged to Samuel Hadfield, esq  RYCH/2367  n.d. [c. 1808]

Diploma of George Woodhead, esq., on election to the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society  RYCH/2368  April 21, 1846

MARPLE (co. Chester)  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment by Joseph Wood of Spout House in Marple, carpenter, to Francis Wood, his son and heir of closes (the Slacks and Slacks Wood, the Great Fox Holes and the Little Fox Holes) in Marple  RYCH/2369  April 2, 1705

Settlement on the marriage of the above Francis Wood and Martha Lingard, daughter of Charles Lingard the elder of Chappell Melton, co. Derby, yeoman, respecting Spouthouse in Marple  RYCH/2370  Jan. 15, 1711/12

Will of Thomas Marriott of High Lane in Marple, gentleman  RYCH/2371  Feb. 6, 1836

Contents:
Copy.

Receipt of George Woodhead to Samuel Hadfield, esq., and Mr. Rowbottom, executors of the late Thomas Marriott, for deeds, etc., constituting the title to the Spouthouse estate  RYCH/2372  Oct. 12, 1837

MOTTRAM IN LONGDENDALE (co. Chester), parish of  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also HOLLINGWORTH

A survey of lands appertaining to Old Hall in Mottram Longdendale parish belonging to Mr. Hollinworth, gentleman, by R. Wardleworth, surveyor  RYCH/2373  1756-58

Paper, book of 8 ff

Will of George Hadfield of Hill end in Mottram parish, yeoman  RYCH/2374  April 10, 1759. Probate Sept. 15, 1760

Another copy of the above Will  RYCH/2375  [early xixth cent]

A Terrier of all the houses, lands and tithes belonging to the Rectory of Mottram  RYCH/2376  nd

Paper, 2 ff.

Contents:
Signed at a Visitation in the year 1783 by the Minister and 12 parishners.

Articles of agreement between James Bancroft, grocer, of the first part, William Rowbottom, and Richard Smith, grocers, of the second part, and George Rowbottom and John Smith, farmers, of the third part, for the lease of a messuage in Mottram  RYCH/2377  Nov. 5, 1835

Lease by James Bancroft of Mottram-in-Longdendale, grocer, to William Rowbottom of the same, grocer, and Richard Smith of Roe Cross in Mottram parish, grocer, of the above messuage for seven years  RYCH/2378  Jan. 1, 1836

Will of Samuel Hadfield of Old Hall in Mottram parish, esq., Nov. 9, 1841. Codicil, same date. Letters of administration to his nephew, George Woodhead, Nov. 26, 1845  RYCH/2379  Hadfield died Feb. 21, 1842

Two further copies [xixth cent] of the above Will and codicil  RYCH/2380  nd

Will of Moses Hadfield of Old Hall in Mottram, esq., Oct. 7, 1844. Codicils, Oct. 12 and Oct. 15  RYCH/2381  nd

Contents:
Copy.
Hadfield, who died Oct. 31, 1844, was a benefactor to Lancashire Independent College.

Three further copies [xixth cent] of the above Will and codicil  RYCH/2382  nd

Release by Martha Wood of Thorncliffe Hall, spinster, to John Turner of Godley, co. Chester, esq., and John Yates of New Mills, co. Derby, calico printer, of her interest in certain estates under the late Samuel Hadfield's Will  RYCH/2383  April 18, 1845

Contents:
Attested copy.

Similar release by Jane Wood of Thorncliffe Hall, spinster, to the same  RYCH/2384  May 24, 1845

Similar release by Zipporah Wood of the same, spinster, to the same  RYCH/2385  May 24, 1845

Will of George Woodhead of Old Hall in Mottram parish, esq  RYCH/2386  Dec. 4, 1857. Probate May 24, 1861

Two further copies (xixth cent.] of the above Will and probate  RYCH/2387  nd

Will of Bessy Woodhead of Old Hall in Mottram parish, spinster  RYCH/2388  May 22, 1861. Probate, June 18

Three further copies [xixth cent.] of the above Will and probate  RYCH/2389  nd

Funeral charges of the late Bessy Woodhead  RYCH/2390  June 12, 1861

Authority to William Buckley for the sale of a house and the transfer of cottages at Mottram  RYCH/2391  Feb. 21, 1862

Agreement between the executors of the late Bessy Woodhead respecting certain of her properties  RYCH/2392  May 30, 1862

General release by the devisees and legatees under the Will of the late Bessy Woodhead to the executors under the same  RYCH/2393  Sept. 30, 1863

NEWTON (MANCHESTER) (co. Lancaster)  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See H. T. Crofton, A History of Newton Chapelry, i. 233-234 (Chetham Soc., N.S., vol. 52).

Contents:
All in the following section, save RYCH/2420-2422 (incl.) relate to Kemp's tenement in Newton, which was leased on April 13, 1675, by Thomas Kempe of Newton, yeoman, from the Warden and Fellows of the Collegiate Church of Manchester.

Articles of agreement between Robert Garside of Manchester, innkeeper, and Elizabeth, his wife, of the one part, and James Jackson of Newton in the parish of Manchester, whitster, of the other. [Day and month blank]  RYCH/2394  1712

Will of Thomas Kemp of Newton, chapman  RYCH/2395  Feb. 16, 1720/21

Contents:
Copy.

Assignment from John Wagstaffe, jun., of Glossop, co. Derby, gentleman, to Elizabeth Gartside of Manchester, widow  RYCH/2396  Nov. 4, 1721

Assignment from Randle Kemp of Manchester, tape-weaver, to James Jackson of Newton, whitster  RYCH/2397  Dec. 14, 1727

Assignment from James Kemp of Manchester, barber, to the same  RYCH/2398  Feb. 1, 1727/8

Assignment from the above Elizabeth Gartside and Robert Watson of Polton in the Filde, co. Lancaster, carrier, and Hannah, his wife, to the same  RYCH/2399  April 11, 1728

Contents:
Endorsed: (3).

Assignment from the above Elizabeth Gartside and James Barlow of Salford, chapman, and Sarah, his wife, to the same  RYCH/2400  April 13, 1728

Contents:
Endorsed: (4).

Lease for twenty one years by the Rt. Rev. Samuel Lord, bishop of Chester, Warden of the College of Christ in Manchester, and the Fellows of the same, to Elizabeth Gartside of Newton, widow  RYCH/2401  Sept. 24, 1728

Contents:
Counterpart. Endorsed: (5).

Mortgage by the above Elizabeth Gartside to John Sidebothom of Manchester, gentleman  RYCH/2402  Sept. 28, 1728

Contents:
Endorsed: (6).

Articles of agreement between the above James Jackson and the above Elizabeth Gartside  RYCH/2403  Feb. 10, 1731/2

Contents:
Endorsed: (7).

Assignment from the above James Jackson to Jeremiah Bradshaw of Manchester, merchant, devisee and trustee of the late John Sidebothom, gentleman  RYCH/2404  July 18, 1732

Contents:
Endorsed: (8).

Indenture of agreement between Benjamin Richardson of Manchester (with the consent of Elizabeth, née Gartside, his wife, and Mary, wife of Thomas Stringer and mother of the late John Sidebothom) and Jeremiah Bradshaw of Manchester, chapman  RYCH/2405  July 1, 1735

Contents:
Endorsed: (9).

Lease by the above Warden and Fellows of the Collegiate Church to the above Jeremiah Bradshaw.  RYCH/2406  Sept. 24, 1735

Letters of administration of Hannah Watson, spinster, deceased, granted to Elizabeth Richardson, her mother, wife of Benjamin Richardson of Manchester, innkeeper  RYCH/2407  Jan. 27, 1738

Articles of agreement between the above Benjamin Richardson and Elizabeth, his wife, of the one part, and John Lingard of Newton, gentleman, of the other  RYCH/2408  Aug. 19, 1738

Release by Samuel Kemp of Manchester, barber, to the above Benjamin Richardson  RYCH/2409  Sept. 19, 1738

Receipt of [torn] to Peter Heywood for eleven deeds (Dec. 14, 1727-Sept. 19, 1738)  RYCH/2410  Oct. 23, 1738

Letters of administration of Charles Kemp, late of Manchester, deceased, granted to Elizabeth Richardson, his mother, wife of William Richardson  RYCH/2411  Dec. 23, 1738

Assignment from James Bradshaw of Manchester, chapman, executor of the late Jeremiah Bradshaw, to John Lingard of Newton, chapman  RYCH/2412  June 22, 1739

Lease for twenty one years by Samuel Peploe, L.L.B., Warden of Christ's College, Manchester, and the Fellows of the same, to John Lingard the younger of Newton, chapman  RYCH/2413  Oct. 26, 1742

Contents:
Counterpart.

Lease for twenty one years by the same to John Lingard of Newton, chapman  RYCH/2414  Oct. 28, 1749

Contents:
Counterpart.

Lease by the same to the same  RYCH/2415  June 25, 1757

Contents:
Counterpart.

Codicil to the Will of John Linguard  RYCH/2416  Nov. 4, 1768

Contents:
Copy.

Lease for twenty one years by the above Warden and Fellows of the Collegiate church to John Hyde of Failsworth, chapman, an executor of the late John Lingard  RYCH/2417  June 25, 1778

Contents:
Counterpart.

Lease for eighteen years by William Rigby of Manchester, esq., and Thomas Marriott of How Lane within Marple, co. Chester, gentleman (executors of the late Moses Hadfield, gentleman), to Robert Walmsley of Failsworth, co. Lancaster, innkeeper. [Day and month blank]  RYCH/2418  1787

[no title]  RYCH/2419  nd

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

Lease for one life by the above Thomas Marriott to William Waterworth, horse dealer, Charles Sandiford, calico printer, and John Norris, calico printer, all of Manchester, of a house and premises at Newton  RYCH/2420  July 14, 1800

Contents:
(See the note at the beginning of this section, above p. 31.)

Mortgage by Robert Walmsley of Dean Lane within Newton, yeoman, to Thomas Ogden, timber-merchant, and Joseph Booth, shopkeeper, both of Failsworth, of a messuage and closes at Newton  RYCH/2421  March 12, 1809

Contents:
(See the note at the beginning of this section, above p. 31.)

Assignment of lease from the same to the same  RYCH/2422  Aug. 9, 1813

Contents:
(See the note at the beginning of this section, above p. 31.)

SIMMONDLEY (co. Derby)  [no ref. or date]

Will of Thomas Hadfield of Simondley  RYCH/2423  May 3, 1784

Contents:
Copy.

Lease for ninety nine years by Henry Howard of Glossop, esq., to George Booth of Simonly, cotton manufacturer, of a parcel of the Hough in Simonly and the messuage erected thereon  RYCH/2424  Oct. 1, 1784

SOUTHWARK  [no ref. or date]

Indenture of agreement between James Knott of Southwark, co. Surrey, hat manufacturer, and Sarah, his wife, of the first part, John Lowther of Southwark, mariner, of the second part, and Thomas Warlters, auctioneer, and Daniel Woodhead, Manchester warehouseman, both of London, of the third part, re the late William Lowther's Will  RYCH/2425  Dec. 10, 1821

Will of John Lowther of Southwark, co. Surrey, master mariner  RYCH/2426  Jan. 11, 1826

Contents:
Probate, March 19, 1833.

STOCKPORT (co. Chester)  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale by Thomas Chedull of Bewmorres, Anglesey, gentleman, to Henry Smith of Withington, co. Lancaster, chapman, of all his burgages, messuages, etc., in Stockport  RYCH/2427  Sept. 29, 1618

Feoffment by Henry Smith of Barsicroft in Withington, co. Lancaster, yeoman, to John Smith of the same, husbandman, of the same  RYCH/2428  Aug. 20, 1623

Indenture of agreement between John Smith of Barsye Croft within Withington, co. Lancaster, yeoman, on the first part, Thomas Smith of the same, yeoman, on the second part, William Danyell of Stockport, salter, and Elizabeth, his wife, on the third part, and John Chorleton of Withington, yeoman, on the fourth part, to declare the uses of a fine respecting six messuages and land in Stockport  RYCH/2429  Nov. 4, 1672

Conveyance by Martha Bruckshawe of Stockport, widow of George Bruckshawe, late of the same, yeoman, Robert Dodge of co. Chester, alderman, and John Bruckshawe of Harry Towne within Bredbury, yeoman, to John Hall of Redditch, co. Lancaster, chapman, of burgages, lands, etc., situated near the Underbanke and elsewhere in Stockport  RYCH/2430  Feb. 2, 1682/3

Contents:
True copy.

Release by Nathaniel Wilson the elder and Nathaniel Wilson the younger, both of Stockport, yeomen, to Edmund Heyes of the same, yeoman, of the close called the Lower Feild  RYCH/2431  Feb. 2, 1683/4

Release by John Sidebothom and John Collyer, executors of the late Edmund Heyes, yeoman, to John Shepley of Stockport, grocer, of the same  RYCH/2432  Nov. 17, 1698

Lease for six months by Henry Smith of Barcy croft, alderman (nephew, heir and devisee of John Smith, late of the same, yeoman, deceased) to Edward Norris and John Potts, both of Stockport, gentlemen, of his messuages, cottages and shops on Kelsall's, Cutler's or Brierley's Bank  RYCH/2433  March 1, 1732/3

Release by the same to the same of the same, by way of mortgage  RYCH/2434  March 2, 1732/3

Plea of recovery at Chester by William Holme and John Sidebotham against Edward Norris and John Potts, gentlemen, respecting the same  RYCH/2435  March 27, 1733

Mortgage by the above alderman Henry Smith to John Bancroft of Stockport, gentleman, of the same  RYCH/2436  Nov. 20, 1738

Bond for performance of the same to the same  RYCH/2437  Nov. 20, 1738

Release of title by Anne Tilson, widow of Thomas Hide and now widow of John Tilson of Wakefield, co. York, to David Hide, brother of the said Thomas, respecting messuages, etc., in Stockport held by Nathan Hall  RYCH/2438  June 7, 1740

Articles of agreement between Peter Hall, late of Stockport and now of Cheadle, innholder, and James Astley of Cheadle, yeoman, respecting the Marled Acre in the Long Shutt and a pew in Stockport Parish Church  RYCH/2439  Dec. 20, 1742

Lease for six months by the same to the same of the same  RYCH/2440  March 22, 1742/3

Release by the same to the same of the same  RYCH/2441  March 23, 1742/3

Surrender by James Didsbury of Burnage, co. Lancaster, yeoman, and George Smith, late of the same but now of Stockport, cordwainer, to the above alderman Henry Smith and John Smith, his son and heir, of a messuage and cottage in Stockport  RYCH/2442  March 25, 1743

Assignment of mortgage [RYCH/2436 above] from the above John Bancroft, by the direction of the above alderman Henry Smith and John Smith, his heir, to Samuel Hyde of Stockport, chapman, in trust for David Hyde of the same, flaxman  RYCH/2443  March 25, 1743

Lease for a year by the above alderman Smith and John Smith to the above David Hyde of a messuage and cottage with appurtenances in Stockport  RYCH/2444  April 20, 1743

Release by the same to the same of the same  RYCH/2445  April 21, 1743

Memorandum of a purchase agreement between John Bradburn, George Holme and James Derbyshire (trustees for the sale of James Astley's estates), of the one part, and David Hyde, of the other part, respecting land [i.e. the Marled Acre] in the Longshutt  RYCH/2446  March 29, 1745

Release by John Bradbury of Adswood in the parish of Cheadle, yeoman, Charles Astley, late of Sale and now of Cheadle Heath, yeoman, George Hulme of Bramhall, yeoman, and James Darbyshire of Edgeley in the parish of Cheadle, yeoman (trustees for the sale of the late James Astley's estates), to David Hyde of Stockport, flaxdresser, of the same  RYCH/2447  May 2, 1745

Deed of partition between John Walmesley of Northen, butcher, and the above David Hyde of two pews in Stockport Parish Church  RYCH/2448  Nov. 18, 1746

Assignment from Samuel Daniel of Stockport, grocer, to the above David Hyde, of the moiety of a messuage in the Underbank  RYCH/2449  Aug. 25, 1747

Mortgage by John Turner of Macclesfield, dyer, to Dorothy Chadwick of the same, widow, of four messuages in the Petty Carr, with appurtenances  RYCH/2450  June 18, 1759

Articles of agreement between Thomas Hyde of Stockport, flaxdresser, of the first part, Samuel Thompson of Chelford, grocer, and Mary Thompson of the same, spinster, his daughter, of the second part, and David Hyde of Stockport, checkmaker, and William Thompson of Chelford, chandler, of the third part, respecting the marriage of the above Thomas Hyde and Mary Thompson  RYCH/2451  June 11, 1763

Lease for a year by Jonathan Robinson of Stockport, grocer, Samuel Daniel of the same, grocer, and others to William Marriott of Heaton Norris, co. Lancaster, merchant, of four messuages with their appurtenances in the Chestergate, otherwise the Petty Car  RYCH/2452  Jan. 23, 1769

Assignment from Alexander Golden of Heaton Norris, co. Lancaster, tanner (surviving executor of his late father Samuel Golden, of the same, tanner), to Robert Hardey of Bramhall, yeoman, John Hardey, his son, Thomas Heginbotham of Stockport, chapman, Robert Anderton and Willoughby Ashbrooke, both of the same, chapmen, John Brown of the same, grocer, William Brown of Cheadle, yeoman, James Brown of Stockport, check manufacturer, and Robert Collier the younger, yeoman, of the Protestant Dissenters' Chapel in Stockport  RYCH/2453  Sept. 7, 1776

Inquisition taken at Stockport before John Astley, esq., sheriff of co. Chester, at the suit of Timothy Topham and Frances, his wife, against Charles Hyde  RYCH/2454  Nov. 26, 1776


Related information: See RYCH/2458 below.

Lease for a year by John Astley of Dukinfield, esq., to Thomas Hyde of Stockport, flaxdresser, of a parcel of land in the Longshoot in Stockport  RYCH/2455  March 24, 1777

An abstract of title deeds [May 10, 1649-March 24 and 25, 1777] relating to premises and lands in Stockport, the inheritance of Thomas Hyde  RYCH/2456  n.d. [late xviiith cent]

Feoffment by Robert Bancroft of Stockport, gentleman, to Thomas Hyde of the same, chapman, of a parcel of land in the Longshutt  RYCH/2457  April 5, 1777

Assignment under an Elegit from Timothy Topham of Wakefield, co. York, gentleman, and Frances (née Hyde), his wife, to Thomas Hyde of Stockport, merchant, of premises in the Great Underbank and a parcel of land in the Longshut, with appurtenances  RYCH/2458  Sept. 29, 1777

Opinion of Nicholas Smith respecting an exchange made by the late David Hyde in connection with land adjoining Brierley Bank  RYCH/2459  Feb. 2, 1780

Award of Edmund Kershaw and John Hampson, arbitrators in the dispute between Thomas Hyde of Stockport, flaxdresser, on the one part, and Samuel Stone of the same, chapman, and others, on the other part, respecting a road alongside the Castle Hill wall  RYCH/2460  Sept. 12, 1782

THORNSETT (co. Derby)  [no ref. or date]

Assignment from John Mitchell of Manchester, Doctor of Physic, to Thomas Nixson of Plainsteads in Glossop parish, bleacher, of premises at Ringstones  RYCH/2461  April 28, 1824

Final agreement between John Jowett, plaintiff, and Samuel Ibbetson and Martha, his wife, deforciants, respecting two messuages, lands, etc., with appurtenances at Ringstones in Thornset hamlet  RYCH/2462  May 20, 1827

WAKEFIELD (co. York)  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also HOLMFRITH.

Extract from proceedings at the Wakefield court baron of George William Frederic, duke of Leeds, lord of the manor, respecting Samuel Hadfield of Carlcoates, co. York  RYCH/2463  Sept. 9, 1825

WHITFIELD (co. Derby)  [no ref. or date]

Will of Samuel Goodyear of Newton (Manchester), co. Lancaster, gentleman. Codicil, same date  RYCH/2464  June 26, 1782

Contents:
Copy. Endorsed: Conveys the Whitfield Estate to the Hadfield Family.

WITHINGTON (co. Lancaster)  [no ref. or date]

Will of John Smith of Barsicroft in Withington, yeoman  RYCH/2465  Oct. 4, 1705

WITHINGTON, OLD (co. Chester)  [no ref. or date]

Lease by John Clegg of Old Withington, esq., to William Thompson of Chelford, co. Chester, chandler, of Statham's tenement and the closes belonging to it, for three lives  RYCH/2466  July 6, 1767

Co. DONEGAL  [no ref. or date]

Lease for a year by William Wray of Ards, co. Donegal, esq., to Wybrants Olphert of Olpherts Lodge, co. Donegal, esq., of lands in the Barony of Killmacrenan  RYCH/2467  Sept. 10, 1739

Release by the same to the same of the same, by way of mortgage  RYCH/2468  Sept. 11, 1739

Lease for a year by the same to John Anderson of Londonderry, merchant, of lands in the said Barony  RYCH/2469  April 27, 1740

Release by the same to the same of the same, by way of mortgage  RYCH/2470  April 28, 1740

Mortgage by the same to the above Wybrants Olphert of lands in the same  RYCH/2471  May 2, 1750

Copy of the rent roll of the lands sold by Mr. Wray of Ards  RYCH/2472  n.d. [c. Nov. 1764]

Articles of agreement between William Wray of Ards, esq., and William Wray the younger, his son and heir, of the one part, and Samuel Hadfield of Londonderry, merchant, respecting lands in the Barony of Killmacrenan  RYCH/2473  Aug. 15, 1769

Final agreement between the above Samuel Hadfield and Moses Hadfield of Drogheda, merchants, plaintiffs, and the above William Wray the elder and William Wray the younger and Anne Wray (wife of William the elder) respecting premises and lands in the same  RYCH/2474  June 11, 1770

Reconveyance by Wybrants Olpherts the younger, with the consent of Richard Olpherts of Armagh, esq., and of the above Samuel and Moses Hadfield, to George Wood of Londonderry, merchant, of lands in the same  RYCH/2475  Sept. 10, 1772

Duplicate of the above  RYCH/2476  nd

Bill of costs of George Hatfield [sic], esq., attending the sale of his estate of Doe, co. Donegal  RYCH/2477  Nov. 5, 1814

[no title or date]  RYCH/2478-2808

Archival history:
[R. 65877].

Contents:
For this collection v. sup., pp. 1-2. They relate to co. Lincoln unless otherwise stated

ABY  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See BELLEAU.

ALFORD AND WELL  [no ref. or date]

Rental for the manors of Alford and Well.  RYCH/2478  n.d. [mid-xviith cent]

Contents:
Copy.
Endorsed: Lord Lyndsay

ALGARKIRK  [no ref. or date]

Grant by Ralph, son of Roger Champoneys of Quappelode to Thomas de Derbi, a groom of the king, and his wife, of a piece of ground in the township of Algerkyrke  RYCH/2479  April 2, 1314

Seal missing

AMCOTTS  [no ref. or date]

Assignment from Augustine Perrin of Blackfryers, London, to Martyn Noell of London, merchant, of manors, messuages, etc., with appurtenances in Amcotts and elsewhere in the Isle of Axholme  RYCH/2480  April 16, 1657

Contents:
Copy.

ASHBY  [no ref. or date]

Sale by William Wray of Ashby, esq., to Thomas Cullum of London, esq., of a farm-house and premises with appurtenances at Ashby  RYCH/2481  May 20, 1657

Contents:
Draft.

Mortgage by Sir Christopher Wray of Ashby, bart., to Richard Hampden of Great Hampden, co. Buckingham, esq., of the manors of Ashby and Radcliffe and of the capital messuage and park in Ashby, with appurtenances in co. Lincoln  RYCH/2482  Nov. 30, 1675

BARDNEY, etc  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of seven deeds (July 1654-July 1659) relating to Francis lord Willoughby and to messuages, land, etc., in Bardney, Bucknall, Upton, Stow, and elsewhere in co. Lincoln  RYCH/2483  n.d. [late xviith cent]

Lease for fifty years by the Rt. Hon. Francis lord Willoughby of Parham to his brother, William Willoughby of Hunsdon, co. Hertford, esq., of farms and land in Bardney parish, being parcels of Bardney manor  RYCH/2484  June 13, 1659

A perticuler of some Farmes in Osgerby Daris in Bardney parish  RYCH/2485  April 29, 1661

Paper, 1 f

Bargain and sale by the above lord Willoughby and William Willoughby to Sir George Smyth of London, kt., and Gabriel Roberts of the same, merchant, executors of the late John Nelson, merchant, of messuages (including Bettersbyes house) and closes with appurtenances in Bardney  RYCH/2486  Nov. 12, 1661

Contents:
Draft

Abstract of letters patent of Aug. 17, 1548, and of two conveyances of 1634 and 1658, relating to the lords Willoughby and Bardney manor  RYCH/2487  1661

Paper, 2 ff

Indenture of agreement between John Morris and Robert Clayton, both of London, gentlemen, of the one part, and the above Francis lord Willoughby and William Willoughby, of the other, respecting the sale of the manors of Bardney, Tupholme and Knayth, and messuages, etc., in co. Lincoln  RYCH/2488  May 27, 1663

[no title]  RYCH/2489  May 28, 1663

Contents:
Conveyance from the above Francis lord Willoughby, the above William Willoughby, Sir Bulstrode Whitlock of the Middle Temple, London, kt., and Sir Charles Harbord of Westminster, co. Middlesex, kt., to the above John Morris and Robert Clayton, of the lordship and manor of Bardney and Southray, the house and site of the monastery of Bardney and the demesne lands of the said monastery, the house and site of the late abbey of Tupholme, the house and site of the late priory of Henyngys alias Hevenynges, the manors of Tupholme, Knayth, Stow and Gateburton, the rectory and parsonage of Upton and Kexby, and all other the manors, messuages, closes, etc., of the said lord Willoughby and William Willoughby in co. Lincoln, with appurtenances.
This indenture is particularly rich in field names.

Mortgage by the above John Morris and Robert Clayton, with the consent of the above William Willoughby, to James Perrott of Amersham, co. Buckingham, esq., of the manor of Bardney and Sothrey with appurtenances in co. Lincoln  RYCH/2490  June 5, 1664

Declaration of trust by the above John Morris and Robert Clayton to the Rt. Hon. William Willoughby, lord Willoughby of Parham  RYCH/2491  Jan. 28, 1666

Contents:
Counterpart.

Indenture of agreement between the above John Morris and Robert Clayton, of the one part, and John Fitzgerald of Westminster, co. Middlesex, esq., of the other, respecting a mortgage of woods, messuages, lands, etc. in Bardney and Southrey  RYCH/2492  March 4, 1668/9

Feoffment by William, lord Willoughby, Sir Robert Clayton, kt., alderman and sheriff of London, and John Morris of London, esq., to William Daynes and Thomas Browne of London, gentlemen, of woods, messuages, lands, etc., in Bardney and Southrey  RYCH/2493  Jan. 24, 1671/2

Contents:
Counterpart.

Declaration of trust by the above William Daynes and Thomas Browne to the above Sir Robert Clayton and John Morris respecting the above  RYCH/2494  Jan. 27, 1671/2

Release by the above Sir Robert Clayton to James Hoste of London, esq., of a fee farm and rent issuing from the manor of Bardney  RYCH/2495  May 15, 1672

Contents:
Counterpart.

An Estimate of the Wood that belongs to Sir Robert Clayton and Alderman Morris in Bardney and Tupholme  RYCH/2496  1674

Paper, 2 ff

Mr. Host's Perticuler of his land at Bardney  RYCH/2497  1675

A Perticuler of Mr. James Host's lands... sold to Mr. Ed: Atkyns  RYCH/2498  1676

Paper, 1 f

Mortgage by Sir Robert Clayton of London, kt., to John Jeffreys of London, esq., of the woods, messuages, lands, etc. concerned in RYCH/2492 above  RYCH/2499  July 22, 1686

Contents:
Counterpart.

Assignment from Anne Wyse of London, widow, by the direction of Thomas Vyner of Swakeley, co. Middlesex, esq., and Sir Robert Clayton, kt., alderman of London, to Robert Snell of the Inner Temple, London, esq., and John Huggins of the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, co. Middlesex, esq., of the same  RYCH/2500  May 25, 1704

Contents:
Counterpart.

BARLINGS  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also STAINTON BY LANGWORTH.

Bargain and sale by Sir William Wraye of Glentworth, kt., to Sir William Cecill, kt., lord Burghley, and Sir Thomas Smythe of London, kt., of the house, site, precinct, etc., of the late abbey of Barlinges, of Smithnes Wood and of two parts of a messuage and meadow called Phillips Hill alias Byltostes, with all appurtenances  RYCH/2501  Jan. 24, 1614

Indenture between the above two parties declaring the uses of a fine respecting the same  RYCH/2502  Feb. 21, 1614

Mr. Wray's title to Barlings, an abstract of twelve deeds (March 20, 1610-Feb. 1669)  RYCH/2503  [c. 1670.]

Paper, 2 ff

BARROWBY  [no ref. or date]

An Abstract of Henry Savile's title to the manor of Barrowby  RYCH/2504  n.d. [c. 1660]

Paper, one sheet

The Rentall for Michmas and Discharge of Michmas Rents  RYCH/2505  1666

Paper, 2 ff

Contents:
Endorsed: Mr. Saviles Perticuler to borrow 20001.

BECKINGHAM  [no ref. or date]

Lease for twenty one years by the Rt. Hon. Roger earl of Rutland to William Segrave, gentleman, his servant, of a messuage with appurtenances in Beckingham  RYCH/2506  Dec. 15, 1597

BELLEAU, ABY and SWABY  [no ref. or date]

A Rental for the year ending Ladyday  RYCH/2507  1663

BELVOIR  [no ref. or date]

Power of attorney from Roger earl of Rutland to his servants Hugh Rest and Richard Collishawe to receive seisin from William Morris, husbandman, of the moiety of a messuage with appurtenances in Belvoire in co. Lincoln  RYCH/2508  Aug. 22, 1595

Seal of Rutland, fragment.

BENNINGTON, LONG  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment by Roger Manners, an esquire of the body of the Queen, to his brothers John Manners of Haddon, co. Derby, esq., and Thomas Manners of Nottingham, kt., of all his manor of Longe Benyngton with appurtenances and all other his messuages, mills, tenements, etc. with appurtenances in Longe Benyngton and Foston' and elsewhere in co. Lincoln belonging to the said manor, to the uses declared in an annexed schedule. [Blank for day and month] 20 Eliz  RYCH/2509  1577/8

Revocation by the same of a feoffment to uses of Feb. 1593 to Sir George Savile, George Manners and Henry Manners respecting the same  RYCH/2510  June 7, 1594

Revocation by Roger Manners of Uffington, esq., of a feoffment to uses of June 17, 1600, to Francis Vincent and Robert Cleyborne, gentlemen, of the manor of Bennyngton and all messuages, etc. belonging to it, with appurtenances, and all other his manors, messuages, etc., in Bennyngton and Foston'  RYCH/2511  May 5, 1607

Feoffment to uses by the same to the same of the manor of Bennington' and all messuages, etc. belonging to it, with appurtenances; saving the rectory and church of Bennington and the lands, etc. belonging thereto, and the advowson of the vicarage  RYCH/2512  May 6, 1607

Exemplification of a recovery by [blank] Boyer and Gilbert Jones, gentlemen, against Francis earl of Rutland respecting the rectory of Bennyngton' alias Bennyngton' longa  RYCH/2513  Feb. 12, 1633

Seal missing.

BISCATHORPE  [no ref. or date]

Mr. Compton's Perticuler of Biskerthorpe Rentes  RYCH/2514  1662

Paper, 2 ff

Surrender by John Ledgingham of London, draper, and James Clitherow and John Clitherow, both of the same, gentlemen, to William Compton of Girsby, esq., and Richard Compton of co. Sussex, esq., of the manor of Biskerthorpe and three farms there, with all appurtenances  RYCH/2515  July 6, 1663

Contents:
Draft.

Abstract [1613-1663] of Mr. Compton's title to the Mannor of Biskerthorpe  RYCH/2516  1670

Paper, 7 ff

Part of an abstract [1613-1618] of Mr. Compton's title to lands, etc., in Biscerthorpe, Brough alias Burgh upon Bayne, Girsbye and elsewhere in co. Lincoln  RYCH/2517  n.d. [c. 1670]

Paper, 1 f

BITCHFIELD  [no ref. or date]

A Particular of the Mannor and parsonage of Bitchfeild  RYCH/2518  n.d. [c. 1666]

Paper, 1 f

BLANKNEY AND EVEDON  [no ref. or date]

Lord Widdrington's Perticuler of the Mannors of Blenkeney and Evedon  RYCH/2519  n.d. [c. 1650]

BOLINGBROKE  [no ref. or date]

A Rentall of Bullingbroke for Mr. Clayton  RYCH/2520  n.d. [mid-xviith cent.]

Paper, 2 ff

BOOTHBY PAGNELL  [no ref. or date]

Indenture between Thomas Harrington of Boothbie Pannell, esq., of the one part, and Knightley Purefoy of Grayes Inn, co. Middlesex, esq., and Edward Harrington of London, fishmonger, of the other, respecting a recovery of the manor of Boothby Pannell with appurtenances, of messuages, land, etc. there and of the advowson of the church  RYCH/2521  March 26, 1664

BOSTON  [no ref. or date]

Perticuler of [Samuel] Barons land by Boston  RYCH/2522  1675

Paper, 1 f

BOUGHTON  [no ref. or date]

Mr. Rooe's perticuler of his estate at Boughton  RYCH/2523  n.d. [mid-xviith cent]

Paper, 1 f

BRANSTON  [no ref. or date]

A Perticuler of the manor of Branston  RYCH/2524  1652

Paper, 1 f

BUCKNALL  [no ref. or date]

The Lord Willoughbys Perticuler of the manor of Bucknall  RYCH/2525  1660

Paper, 2 ff

BURGH-LE-MARSH  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage by Gilbert Crouch of the parish of St. Clement Danes, co. Middlesex, gentleman, to Hugh Lawton of London, draper, of Brickland Milne Farme in Brough alias Borrough in the Marsh parish and all other his messuages, etc. in the same with appurtenances  RYCH/2526  July 31, 1657

Contents:
Copy.

A particular of the above farm  RYCH/2527  June 1666

Paper, one piece

An abstract of the title of Gervase Hollis to lands at Burgh alias Burgh Marsh  RYCH/2528  n.d. [c. 1666]

Paper,1 f

Assignment from James Clitherow and John Clitherow of London, gentlemen, to Richard Beasley and Nicholas Beasley of the parish of St. Martins in the Fields, co. Middlesex, gentlemen  RYCH/2529  Jan. 13, 1670

BURTON [GATE]  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See GATE BURTON.

BUTTERWICK  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also FRIESTON.

Lease for ten years by Richard Sh[stained]nd, steward of lord William de Roos, lord of Hamelak, John Corby, rector of the parish church of Botteford, and Ralph Farceux of Freston' to John Carter of Boterwyke, of a piece of ground, with the buildings upon it, and land in Boterwyk  RYCH/2530  Sept. 30, 1410

Seal.

Lease for twenty one years by the Rt. Hon. Francis earl of Rutland, K.G., to Richard Kelsey of Fishtofte, yeoman, of land in Butterwick and Freiston  RYCH/2531  Aug. 20, 1632

Contents:
Counterpart.

Similar lease by the same to William Austrupp of Freiston, yeoman, of a cottage and land in Butterwick and land in Freiston  RYCH/2532  Aug. 20, 1632

Contents:
Counterpart.

Similar lease by the same to Symon Hall of Freiston, yeoman, of a cottage and land in Butterwick and land in Freiston  RYCH/2533  Aug. 20, 1632

Contents:
Counterpart.

CAWKWELL  [no ref. or date]

The title of the Mannor of Cawkwell... nowe belonging to Sir Charles Dymok, kt  RYCH/2534  1682

Paper, 2 ff

A Perticuler of Cawkewell  RYCH/2535  1684

Paper, 1 f

A Perticuler of Cawkwell  RYCH/2536  n.d. [late xviith cent]

Paper, 2 ff

CLAYTHORPE  [no ref. or date]

Mr. Hardy's Perticuler of Claythorp  RYCH/2537  n.d. [c. 1671.]

Paper, 2 ff

COLSTERWORTH  [no ref. or date]

A rental of lands belonging to Mr. Alchorne  RYCH/2538  1668

Paper, 1 f

An abstract of Mr. Hodgkinson's deeds (1644-1658) relating to Colsterworth  RYCH/2539  1675

Paper, 1 f

A rental of lands belonging to William Johnson  RYCH/2540  n.d. [late xviith cent]

Paper, 1 f

CRANWELL  [no ref. or date]

A Perticuler of my [William Thorold's] Mannour of Cranwell, Together wth my Lease there, wch I holde of St John's Colledg in Cambridg  RYCH/2541  n.d. [mid-xviith cent]

Paper, 1 f

DALBY  [no ref. or date]

Mr [William] Landen's Perticuler of Dalby  RYCH/2542  1667

Paper, 1 f

DEEPING FEN  [no ref. or date]

A rental of a parcel of ground in Deeping Fen belonging to the earl of Berkshire  RYCH/2543  n.d. [c. 1670]

Paper, 1 f

DONINGTON  [no ref. or date]

A rental of James Raven's lands at Donington  RYCH/2544  1663

Paper, 2 ff

Letter from Richard Roche to Edward Trussell, esq., of London, respecting the same  RYCH/2545  Aug. 5, 1663

A Perticuler of Donington  RYCH/2546  n.d. [c. 1670]

Paper, 2 ff

DUNSTON  [no ref. or date]

A perticuler of Dunston for Mr. Abbatt  RYCH/2547  Dec. 10, 1656

EDENHAM  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale by the Rt. Hon. Montagu, earl of Lindsey, Lord Great Chamberlain of England, William Cokayne of London, esq., and Philip Armstrong of the same, gentleman, to John Langham of Cottesbrooke, co. Northampton, esq., of premises and lands at Edinham  RYCH/2548  April 27, 1654

Contents:
Draft.

EDMONTON  [no ref. or date]

Mr. Bullivant's Perticuler... of Edmonton  RYCH/2549  n.d. [mid-xviith cent]

Paper, 1 f

EPWORTH  [no ref. or date]

A perticuler of the mannour of Epworth in the Isle of Axholme  RYCH/2550  1675

Paper, 2 ff

Contents:
With a copy.

EVEDON  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See BLANKNEY AND EVEDON.

FISHTOFT  [no ref. or date]

A Perticuler of the Mannour of Fishtofte  RYCH/2551  n.d. [mid-xviith cent]

Paper, 1 f

Lease for twenty one years by the Rt. Hon. Francis, earl of Rutland, K.G., to John Morfoote of Freiston, yeoman  RYCH/2552  Aug. 20, 1632

Contents:
Counterpart.

Release by the Rt. Hon. Montagu, earl of Lindsey, to Robert Abdy of London, esq., and Robert Abbott of the same, gentleman, of the manor of Toft alias Hiptoft alias Fishtoft with appurtenances, except certain parcels of pasture in Skirbeck  RYCH/2553  [Jan. 18] 1653

Draft. Imperf.

Assignment from Henry Hawley of New Brentford, co. Middlesex, esq., and Alice, his wife, and George Keate of London, merchant, by the direction of Sir John Abdy of Albyns, co. Essex, bart, to Elizabeth Chislett of Stockwell, co. Surrey, widow, of a moiety of the manor of Fishtoft with appurtenances and of a moiety of manors, lands, etc., of the late Sir Robert Abdy in Fishtoft and Boston  RYCH/2554  Oct. 9, 1676

Contents:
Counterpart.

A Perticuler of the mannour of Fishtoft  RYCH/2555  1680

Paper, 2 ff

Imperf.

Feoffment by Sir John Abdy of Albyns, co. Essex, bart., to William Cranmer and John Wyse of London, merchants, and William Daynes of the same, gentleman, of a moiety of the manor of Fishtoft with appurtenances and manors, lands, etc. in Fishtoft, Boston and Wildmore Fen  RYCH/2556  Jan. 18, 1681

Contents:
Draft.

FLEET  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment by the Rt. Hon. George, duke of Buckingham, K.G., to Thomas Fotherley of London, esq., of the advowson of the rectory of the parish church of Fleete  RYCH/2557  Nov. 28, 1618

A perticuler of landes [to be sold by Thomas Welby of Holbech] at Fleet  RYCH/2558  n.d. [mid-xviith cent.]

Paper, 1 f

FOSTON  [no ref. or date]

Lease for twelve years by the Rt. Hon. Francis, earl of Rutland, K.G., to William Fisher the elder of Foston, husbandman, of a messuage and land at Foston  RYCH/2559  April 20, 1624

FRIESTON, etc  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also BUTTERWICK.

Lease for twenty one years by the Rt. Hon. Henry, earl of Rutland, and lady Margaret, his wife, to John Sypsey of Freston', yeoman, of land in the lordship of Freston' and Butterwyke, being a parcel of the demesnes of the manor of Freston'  RYCH/2560  July 20, 1555

Similar lease to John Morefoote of Freston', fyssher, of a messuage and land in the same  RYCH/2561  July 20, 1555

Lease for twelve years by Henry, earl of Rutland, to [the above] John Sypsie, of his manor place of Fryston and land in Fryston  RYCH/2562  June 27, 1557

Decree of the Court of Wards and Liveries, adjudging that the manors of Freston' and Butterwicke with appurtenances shall remain in the king's hands in the right of William, lord Roosse during his minority, as against the claims of Roger, earl of Rutland  RYCH/2563  Nov. 28, 1604

Contents:
Copy.

Lease for twenty one years by John Roe of Uffington, gentleman, John Cresbye of Boston, gentleman, and Peter Mawer of Freiston, yeoman, to Robert Megson of Freiston, yeoman, of a messuage and land in Freiston, to the use of the poor of Freiston and Boston  RYCH/2564  May 1, 1609


Related information: See RYCH/2566 below.

Grant by the Rt. Hon. William lord Roos of Hamlack to Francis Thorneff [sic], his servant, of an annuity of 20 marcs from the manors of Freeston and Butterwick, for services to him and his late mother, Elizabeth, lady Roos  RYCH/2565  April 13, 1612

Lease for twenty one years by the Rt. Hon. Francis, earl of Rutland, K.G., to Thomas Megson of Freiston, yeoman, of the messuage, etc. concerned in RYCH/2564 above to the same use  RYCH/2566  Aug. 26, 1626

Are counterparts of leases, dated Aug. 20, 1632, for twenty-one years by the Rt. Hon. Francis, earl of Rutland, K.G., of premises and land in the lordship of Freiston and relate to the following, who are yeomen of Freiston unless otherwise stated  RYCH/2567-2583  [n.d.]

Andrew Burton  RYCH/2567  1632

John Curtis  RYCH/2568  1632

Thomas Fiddle  RYCH/2569 and 2570  1632

Michael Hoult, husbandman  RYCH/2571  1632

William Kelsey of [? B]ennington  RYCH/2572  1632

Anthony Lawes  RYCH/2573  1632

Peter Lawes  RYCH/2574  1632

Richard Lawes  RYCH/2575  1632

Symon Pedder  RYCH/2576  1632

John Robynn  RYCH/2577  1632

Henry Turpyn  RYCH/2578  1632

Robert Turpin  RYCH/2579  1632

Thomas Turpin  RYCH/2580  1632

Richard Utting  RYCH/2581  1632

Richard Ward, husbandman  RYCH/2582  1632

Gilbert Willson, clerk  RYCH/2583  1632

FRISKNEY  [no ref. or date]

Mr. Knight's Perticuler of lands in Friskney, late Sr Robert Barkham's  RYCH/2584  July 26, 1679

Paper, 1 f

FULBECK  [no ref. or date]

Mr. Gregory's Perticuler of lands in Fulbeck, to bee sold  RYCH/2585  1676

Paper, 1 f

FULSTOW  [no ref. or date]

Particulars of the estate of Henry Hyldeyard, esq., in Fulstow  RYCH/2586  n.d. [c. 1685]

Paper, 4 ff

GATE BURTON [BURTON]  [no ref. or date]

Two rentals of Gate Burton, being the lands of the Rt. Hon. Francis, lord Willoughby, baron of Parham  RYCH/2587  1654 and 1660

Paper, 2 ff

GEDNEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RYCH/2588  nd

Contents:
Inquisition taken at Boston before Anthony Kyme, esq., deputy of Thomas Heron, esq., escheator in co. Lincoln, after the death of Adlerd Welbye, formerly of Gedney, esq. Sept. 1, 1571.
He died June 15, 1571. Lands, etc. in co. Lincoln, including the manors of Gedney and Goxhill. The heir was his son Henry, aged 25 years and more. (In the article on Henry in D.N.B., xx. the date of his birth is not given and Adlerd is stated to have died on Aug. 11, 1570.)

Copy of the above inquisition. Paper, thirty-one sheets  RYCH/2589  n.d. [xviith cent]

Imperf. at end.

Assignment of mortgage from Sir Geffery Palmer, kt., and bart., Attorney General, and Gabriel Bedell of London, stationer, by the direction of Sir Adrian Scrope, kt., William Crane, esq., and Francis Crane, to John Morris and Robert Clayton of London, of the manor of Gedney and other lands in co. Lincoln  RYCH/2590  July 12, 1666

Imperf.

Mr. Adlard Stewkeleys Perticuler of Gedney  RYCH/2591  1684

Paper, 2 ff

Indenture of agreement between Sir Robert Clayton of London, kt. (executor of the late John Morris, esq.), of the first part, the Hon. Mary Crane of the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, co. Middlesex (widow of the late Francis Crane, esq.) and the Hon. Ralph Widdrington of the same (brother of the said Mary), of the second part, and Mary Crane (sister of the said Francis) of the third part, respecting RYCH/2590 above  RYCH/2592  April 29, 1684

General release by the above Hon. Mary Crane, Mary Crane and William Crane (widow, sister and son of the late Francis Crane, esq.), to the above Sir Robert Clayton, respecting the same  RYCH/2593  July 15, 1685

Draft of the above general release  RYCH/2594  nd

Assignment from the above Sir Robert Clayton, by the direction of the above Hon. Mary, Mary and William Crane, to the Rt. Hon. Philip, earl of Chesterfield, of the mortgage concerned in RYCH/2590 above  RYCH/2595  July 15, 1685

A Perticuler of the Mannour of Gedney  RYCH/2596  n.d. [Late xviith cent]

Paper, 2 ff

GONERBY  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See GRANTHAM AND GONERBY.

GOSBERTON  [no ref. or date]

Release by Sir John Finch of London, kt., to Sir Elias Harvey, kt., and John Prestwood of London, merchant, of a moiety of the manor of Monckes Hall and lands, etc. in Monckes Hall, Gosberkirke, and elsewhere in co. Lincoln, with appurtenances  RYCH/2597  May 29 [1662]

Draft. Imperf.

The title of the Mannour of Monkeshall in Gosberkirke, an abstract of sixteen documents  RYCH/2598  (July 1, 1631-Sept. 30, 1662.) c. 1662

Two rentals of the manor of Barrapier in Gosbertowne  RYCH/2599  n.d. [mid-xviith cent]

Paper, 2 ff

Contents:
Endorsed: Mr. Meller and Mr. Millard respectively.

GOXHILL  [no ref. or date]

Indenture of agreement between Sir Thomas Wentworthe, kt., lord Wentworthe, of the one part, and John Gosnold, esq., and Thomas Sackefurthe, the younger, gentleman, of the other part, for suffering a recovery of the manor of Gouxhill' otherwise Gouxhull', Gowsill' or Godesell' with appurtenances  RYCH/2600  April 13, 1551

Two seals (one missing).

Indenture declaring a fine between Thomas lord Wentworth and lady Mary, his wife, of the one part, and John Gosnold, esq., and Thomas Sakefurthe the younger, gentleman, of the other, respecting the manor of Gouxhill' and lands, etc. in Gouxhill', Thornton', Elseham, Wotton', Rexston', and Immyngham, with appurtenances, to have been levied to the use of Athelard Welby, gentleman  RYCH/2601  Nov. 28, 1551

Seal, fragment.

[no title]  RYCH/2602  nd

Two seals (one heraldic).

Contents:
Counterpart of the above.

Grant by Thomas, lord Wentworth, to Athelard Welby, gentleman, of the reversion of the same  RYCH/2603  April 15, 1556

Contents:
Two copies.

Release by the same to the same of all his right in the same and in an annuity issuing from the same  RYCH/2604  n.d. [c. 1560]

Contents:
Copy.

Indenture of agreement between the same respecting the same  RYCH/2605  May 21, 1562

Contents:
With a copy.

Receipt of John Haullsey to the Rt. Hon. George, marquis Buckingham, for rent due to the King  RYCH/2606  March 6, 1620/21

Bargain and sale by the Rt. Hon. George, marquess and earl of Buckingham, to John Armestronge of Gouxhill, gentleman, of a messuage with appurtenances in Gouxhill  RYCH/2607  July 30, 1622

Contents:
Counterpart.

Release by William Slater of Spaldinge and William Howett of Donington, gentlemen, by the appointment of Thomas Hall of Donington, esq., and Wiatt Perkins of Pinchbeck, gentleman, to Henry Hildyard, late of Winestead, co. York, esq., of the manors of Wentworth Abbotts and Cotes with appurtenances in Gouxhill, the manor of Easthalton, and messuages, etc. in Gouxhill  RYCH/2608  Dec. 19, 1648

Declaration of trust by Richard Evelyn of Epsham, co. Surrey, esq., to Henry Hildyard of East Horsley, co. Surrey, esq., respecting the manors of Wentworth Abbotts and Cotes and messuages, etc. in Gouxhill  RYCH/2609  Feb. 20, 1648/9

An abstract of twenty four documents (1551-1674) respecting the title of the manor of Goxhill  RYCH/2610  n.d. [c. 1674]

Paper, 3 ff

GRANTHAM AND GONERBY  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale by William Bury, the younger, of Grantham, gentleman, to Elizabeth Baxter of London, widow, of the capital messuage called the Graunge or the Fryers in Grantham, the Conduit close in Gunwarby, and all other his lands, etc. in Grantham and Gunwarby, with appurtenances  RYCH/2611  Jan. 17, 1654/5

Contents:
Copy.

GREETWELL  [no ref. or date]

A particular of Sir Robert Dallison's estate  RYCH/2612  n.d. [mid-xviith cent.]

Paper, 1 f

HAGNABY  [no ref. or date]

A perticuler of Hagnaby  RYCH/2613  c. 1653

Paper, 2 ff

HARRINGTON  [no ref. or date]

Mr. [Hugh] Bethell's perticuler of the mannour of Harrington  RYCH/2614  n.d. [mid-xviith cent]

Paper, 2 ff

HECKINGTON  [no ref. or date]

A rental and particular of the manor of Heckington  RYCH/2615  1654

Paper, 1 f

HOLBEACH  [no ref. or date]

A particular of the rents of the lands of Thomas, earl of Sussex, lying within the parish of Holbeach  RYCH/2616  n.d. [mid xviith cent]

Paper, 2 ff

A perticuler of the Mannour of Hackbitch neare Holbitch  RYCH/2617  n.d. [mid-xviith cent.]

Paper, 2 ff

Contents:
Endorsed: Mr. Claypoole.

A particular of the rents of the manor of Holbeech  RYCH/2618  1678

Paper, 1 f

HORSINGTON  [no ref. or date]

A perticuler of a Colledge [Magdalen, Oxford] Lease of the Mannour of Horsington  RYCH/2619  1669

Paper, 1 f

HOUGH  [no ref. or date]

Two particulars of Sir William Thorold's estate at Hough  RYCH/2620  1675

Paper, 2 ff

HOUGHTON (co. Lancaster)  [no ref. or date]

A particular of the estate of Nicholas Wadsworth of Houghton, esq  RYCH/2621  1690

Paper, 2 ff

INGLEBY  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage by Edward Heath of Cottesmore, co. Rutland, esq., to Thomas Baxter of Rushall, co. Wilts, gentleman, of the site of the manor of Ingleby called Ingleby Hall with appurtenances, and all lands, etc. demised to George Evelyn, esq., Sir John Evelyn, kt., and John Seyliard, esq., by letters patent of April 24, 1623  RYCH/2622  Jan. 20, 1657

Contents:
Copy.

INGOLDSBY  [no ref. or date]

Appointment of Col. Richard Ingoldesby as the king's agent to receive a year's rent issuing from the manor of Ingoldesby  RYCH/2623  Oct. 15, 1660

Contents:
Copy.

A perticuler of lands in Ingolsby. Sent by J. Mirfield to Mr. Lulls in Blackfriars  RYCH/2624  1664

Paper, 1 f

Mortgage by Sir Michael Armyne of Osgodby, bart., to Edmund Wodehouse of Grays Inn, co. Middlesex, esq., of messuages, lands, etc., in Ingoldsby  RYCH/2625  June 17, 1668

Defeasance of Sir Samuel Barnardiston of London, bart., to Sir Thomas Barnardiston of co. Suffolk, bart., respecting an assignment on May 4, 1670, of the above mortgage  RYCH/2626  May 6, 1670

Contents:
Copy.

KELSTERN, etc  [no ref. or date]

Particulars and rentals of Mr. South's lands in Kelstern, Coats and Elkington  RYCH/2627  1674-78

Paper, 17 ff

KETTLEBY  [no ref. or date]

Two particulars respecting (a) the estate of the late Francis Tirwhitt, esq., 1673; (b) Mr. Elwes, 1674  RYCH/2628  nd

Paper, 2 ff

KNAITH  [no ref. or date]

A perticuler of Knath Lordshipp  RYCH/2629  June 11, 1661

Paper, 1 f

KYME, NORTH, etc  [no ref. or date]

A Perticuler of lands in Mr. Taylor's Security  RYCH/2630  1652

Paper, 2 ff

An abstract (1619-51) of the title of Charles Dymoke, esq., to North Kyme, South Kyme, Anwick, Dogdike and Billinghay  RYCH/2631  Dec. 19, 1664

Paper, 3 ff

An abstract (1642-83) of Charles Dymoke's title to lands in co. Lincoln  RYCH/2632  n.d. [c. 1683]

Paper, 7 ff

A Perticuler of Sr Charles Dymock's landes in Mortgage to Mr Clitherow  RYCH/2633  1683

Paper, 1 f

LEAKE  [no ref. or date]

Indenture of agreement between Thomas Blinckarne of Chislehurst, co. Kent, gentleman (heir of Thomas Haughton, esq., deceased, late alderman of Boston), of the one part, and William Whorwood and John Morris, both of London, gentlemen, of the other part, to levy a fine respecting messuages, lands, etc. in Leake, Algarkirk and Kerton  RYCH/2634  Jan. 16, 1650

Imperf.

LINCOLN  [no ref. or date]

Assignment from Sir Paul Neile of Hutton Bonvile, co. York (N.R.), kt., Challoner Chute and Anthony Collyns, both of the Middle Temple, London, esquires, and Thomas Kecke of London, gentleman, to William Baker of London, merchant tailor, of a lease of a capital messuage in the close of Lincoln, with all appurtenances  RYCH/2635  Jan. 22, 1649

Three seals (two heraldic).

Lease for a year by William Turpin of London, draper, to Adrian Scrope of Lowthe, esq., of the above capital messuage, with appurtenances  RYCH/2636  Feb. 14, 1655

Release by the same to the same of the same  RYCH/2637  Feb. 15, 1655

Assignment from the above Sir Paul Neile and William Baker to Thomas Ellys of Wyham, esq., of the same  RYCH/2638  Feb. 5, 1655/6

Acknowledgement by the above Thomas Ellys that the above capital messuage was assigned to him in trust for the above Adrian Scrope  RYCH/2639  Sept. 15, 1657

Assignment from Francis Crane, esq., Sir Robert Clayton, kt., and John Morris, esq., to John Hamond, archdeacon of Huntingdon, of the above capital messuage with all appurtenances  RYCH/2640  Jan. 15, 1674/5

Contents:
Counterpart.

LUDBOROUGH  [no ref. or date]

An abstract (Henry VIII-Charles I) of Thomas Baker's title to the manor of Ludborough. Paper, 4 ff. With duplicate  RYCH/2641  n.d. [c. 1626]

A rental of the manor of Ludborough  RYCH/2642  1663

Paper, 1 f

Contents:
Endorsed: Sir Thomas Hanmore. With two duplicates.

MABLETHORPE  [no ref. or date]

A perticuler of land to bee sold  RYCH/2643  n.d. [mid-xviith cent]

Paper, 1 f

Contents:
Endorsed: Baron Atkins.

MAXEY (co. Northampton)  [no ref. or date]

A rental of Maxey manor  RYCH/2644  n.d. [mid-xviith cent]

Paper, 1 f

MINTING  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage by the Rt. Hon. Francis, earl of Rutland, K.G., to William Pelham of Brockesby, kt., of the park called Myntinge Park alias Thurlowe and lands, tenements, etc. in co. Lincoln, with appurtenances  RYCH/2645  Oct. 12, 1620

Assignment from Sir Thomas Ellys of Grantham, kt., and Francis Jephson of Okeham, co. Rutland, gentleman, to the above earl of Rutland, of the same  RYCH/2646  Jan. 4, 1621

MUMBY  [no ref. or date]

A particular of Mumby, drawn up by William Hardy for lord Sherard  RYCH/2647  June 28, 1673

Paper, 1 f

NOCTON  [no ref. or date]

An abstract of lord Stanhope's title to an annuity issuing from Nocton and Dunston  RYCH/2648  n.d. [c. 1662]

Paper, 2 ff

A Perticuler of Nocton  RYCH/2649  1675

Paper, 2 ff

Contents:
With duplicate.

An abstract (1630-1667) of lord Stanhopp's title to Nockton  RYCH/2650  1676

Paper, 2 ff

ORBY  [no ref. or date]

Lease for twenty one years by Frances, lady Willoughby, dowager of Parham, to Thomas Taylor of Orbye, yeoman, of closes in Orbye  RYCH/2651  June 20 [c. 1626]

Imperf.

Similar lease to Edward Piggot of Orbye, gentleman, of land in Orbye  RYCH/2652  June 20, 1626

Lease by the same to Richard Hurstcrofte of Winthorpe, yeoman, of a messuage and land in Orbye for term of her life  RYCH/2653  Nov. 6, 1629

Lease for twenty one years by the same to John Tompson of Orbie, yeoman, of a cottage in Orbie  RYCH/2654  June 3, 1631

Similar lease to Charles Dennys of Horncastle, woollen draper, of land in Orbye  RYCH/2655  June 22, 1631

Similar lease to Robert Smyth of Orforde, gentleman, of land in Orbye  RYCH/2656  June 24, 1635

Lease for eleven years by the same to Thomas Saunders of Ingoldmells, yeoman, of a close in Orby  RYCH/2657  May 1, 1636

The Articles of the Court belonging to the mannour of Orby found and agreed upon by the Jury... att a Court held 16 Aprill 1655, followed by a rental of freehold rents due to Robert Claiton each Michaelmas  RYCH/2658  nd

Letter from William Hardy to John Morris at London, respecting lands in Orby  RYCH/2659  Oct. 30, 1665

Letter from John Thornton to John Morrys at London respecting Orby court  RYCH/2660  Jan. 27, 1669

Extract from proceedings at the view of frankpledge with court baron of Robert Clayton and John Morris for the manor of Orby, respecting the admittance of Anna Curteene (or Curteeve), widow  RYCH/2661  April 20, 1670

Suit roll for the manor of Orby  RYCH/2662  Sept. 29, 1670

Paper, one sheet

Extract from proceedings at the above court, respecting the admittance of Richard Nottingham  RYCH/2663  April 27, 1671

Letter from John Thornton to [appar.] John Morris, respecting RYCH/2658 above  RYCH/2664  June 7, 1671

Contents:
Copy.

Letter from the same to the same, respecting Orby court  RYCH/2665  Dec. 5, 1673

The same, respecting proceedings at the Michaelmas court. Attached is Thornton's bill of expences for keeping Orby courts from Easter 1668 to Mich. 1675  RYCH/2666  Nov. 9, 1675

The same, respecting Orby tenants.  RYCH/2667  Feb. 20, 1676

Letter from John Howard, Richard Pacy and others to Sir Robert Clayton and John Morris, on behalf of the widow of Richard Cocke  RYCH/2668  April 20, 1676

Letter from John Thornton to the same, respecting Orby court. Attached is Thornton's bill of expences for keeping Orby courts from Easter 1668 to Mich. 1676  RYCH/2669  Nov. 8, 1676

A particular of Orby, sent to Peter Clayton by Mathew King  RYCH/2670  June 15, 1678

Paper, 1 f

Letter from William Hardy to alderman John Morris at London, respecting Orby court  RYCH/2671  Oct. 24, 1680

Three sketches concerning Orby drayne  RYCH/2672  1680

Paper, three sheets

Contents:
Endorsed: for Sr Charles Dymocke.

A rental of Orby  RYCH/2673  Mich. 1680

Paper, 1 f

Letter from William Hardy to Peter Clayton respecting Orby  RYCH/2674  Feb. 17, 1681

Contents:
With a rental and particular.

Letter from Langley Gates to the same respecting Orby  RYCH/2675  June 21, 1681

Contents:
With a rental, 1681.

Petition of the lords of Orby and divers inhabitants to His Majesty's Justices of Sewers respecting Orby drain  RYCH/2676  1682

Contents:
Copy.

A bill of expenses of William Hardy for draining Orby  RYCH/2677  1682

An abstract of the verdict of the jury of Sewers respecting the same  RYCH/2678  1682

Bills of expences and receipts for work of various kinds in Orby parish  RYCH/2679  1682-83

Paper, 8 ff

Notes respecting John Rowell's surrender of a messuage in Orby  RYCH/2680  n.d. [c. 1682]

Paper, two pieces

Three rentals and particulars of Orby  RYCH/2681  1685-86

Paper, 3 ff

Receipt to John Chambers for repairing the highways  RYCH/2682  June 4, 1687

A Note of all the Grounds and persons chargeable to the Scowring and ditching of Orby Dreyne  RYCH/2683  1688

Paper, 2 ff

Langley Gates' Accompt to the Hon. Sr Robert Clayton, knt., for Orby  RYCH/2684  1689

Paper, 2 ff

Two rentals of Orby  RYCH/2685  1690 and 1691

Paper, 2 ff

Bundle of thirty five receipts and allowances relating to land farmed in Orby  RYCH/2686  1704-5

Accounts of Langley Gate to William Clayton, esq., for Bottlemas [appar. Botolphmas] and Michaelmas 1709 and 1710  RYCH/2687  nd

Paper, 4 ff

Taxes allowed by Robert Wright who Gathered Orby and Ingoldmells Free and Coppy Rents for the year 1710  RYCH/2688  1711

Paper, 1 f

Five rentals of Orby  RYCH/2689  1706, 1709, 1710, 1711 and 1747

Paper, 5 ff

ORFORD  [no ref. or date]

Abstract (1613-79) of Sir William Wraye's title to the manor of Irford  RYCH/2690  1679

Paper, 3 ff

Assignment from Thomas Westerne of London, grocer, by the direction of Sir Christopher Wray of Ashby, bart., to John Mitford of London, merchant, of a mortgage of the manor of Irforth (Urforth, Irford or Urford), the site and demesnes of the late dissolved priory of Irforth and a water-mill, with all appurtenances  RYCH/2691  July 22, 1679

Contents:
Counterpart.

ORMSBY, NUN  [no ref. or date]

Particulars of the half-yearly rents of Nun Ormsby  RYCH/2692  n.d. [mid-xviith cent]

Paper, 3 ff

PANTON  [no ref. or date]

Rental of Panton for half a year, due at Michaelmas 1671  RYCH/2693  nd

Paper, 1 f

PICKWORTH  [no ref. or date]

A rental of Pickworth for half a year  RYCH/2694  1657

Paper, 1 f

A particular of Pickworth  RYCH/2695  1690

Paper, 2 pieces

PINCHBECK  [no ref. or date]

Particulars of lands in Pinchbeck parish, concerning William Wymberley, Samuel Cust, John Morris and Capt. Martin  RYCH/2696  1660-69

Paper, 4 ff

Letter of Langley Gate to Sir Robert Clayton at London, respecting Pinchbeck  RYCH/2697  March 17, 1674

POINTON  [no ref. or date]

Lease for a year by the Rt. Hon. Theophilus, earl of Lincoln, to Robert Abdy of Albyns, co. Essex, esq., and John Morris of London, gentleman, of the manor of Pointon and manors, messuages, etc. in Pointon, Sempringham and Milthorpe, with appurtenances  RYCH/2698  June 1, 1657

Contents:
Counterpart.

A view of the manor of Pointon taken by Jonas Moore, surveyor to the Rt. Hon. Sir Theophilus Fynnes, K.B., earl of Lincoln and lord of the manor  RYCH/2699  June 10, 1659

Contents:
Book of 8 ff. Copy.

Particular of lands in Poynton parish belonging to the Rt. Hon. Theophilus, earl of Lincoln  RYCH/2700  1659

Paper, 2 ff

REEPHAM  [no ref. or date]

Petition of the Mercers' Company of London respecting a presentation to the church of Repham  RYCH/2701  [1685/8]

Imperf. Parchment copy.

ROUTH (co. York (E.R.))  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of seventeen documents (1595-1669) relating to the title to the manor of Routh. Paper, 5 ff. Endorsed: Mr Hildeyerd's Abstract  RYCH/2702  1675

SCAMPTON  [no ref. or date]

A particular of the lordship and manor of Scampton  RYCH/2703  1672

Paper, 1 f

SKELLINGTHORPE  [no ref. or date]

A particular of a farm in Skillingthorp occupied by widow Bradshawe  RYCH/2704  n.d. [mid-xviith cent]

Paper, 1 f

SOMERCOTES  [no ref. or date]

Two particulars of Somercotes, one concerning George Porter  RYCH/2705  c. 1672

Paper, 2 ff

SOUTHREY  [no ref. or date]

An abstract concerning premises and land in Southrey purchased by Sir Robert Clayton and John Morris from Thomas Roughton  RYCH/2706  n.d. [c. 1675]

Paper, 1 f

SPALDING  [no ref. or date]

Petition of Thomas Welby, esq., and Anthony Oldfeild, gentleman, to the Rt. Hon. the marquis of Buckingham, lord of the manor of Spalding, concerning the building of a Town Hall in Spalding  RYCH/2707  1620

Grant by the Rt. Hon. George, marquis of Buckingham, K.G., to Bevill Wimberley, esq., Thomas Welby, esq., Anthony Oldfeild, gentleman, John Oldfeild, Richard Hobson (son of William Hobson, gentleman), and Christopher Greaves of Spalding, yeoman, of a parcel of land in the street or market stead of Spalding as a site for the Town Hall  RYCH/2708  Jan. 20, 1621

Seal (Anthony Oldfeild).

Two particulars of land in Spalding concerning W. H[arrington]  RYCH/2709  n.d. [mid-xviith cent]

Paper, 2 ff

STAINTON BY LANGWORTH AND BARLINGS  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance from Sir John Lacy of Shipton under Whichwood, co. Oxford, kt., to Sir Christoper Wraye of Ashby, kt., and dame Francis Wraye (mother of the said Christopher), of the third part of a messuage, close and free fishing with appurtenances in Staynton and Barlinge  RYCH/2710  May 23, 1631

Seal, large fragment.

STOW  [no ref. or date]

Indenture of agreement between Sir Robert Clayton, kt., alderman and sheriff of London, and John Morris of London, esq., of the one part, and the Rt. Hon. William Willoughby, lord Willoughby of Parham, of the other, respecting a mortgage of the manor of Stow and other manors, etc. in co. Lincoln for raising a marriage portion for lady Anne Willoughby, daughter of the said lord Willoughby  RYCH/2711  May 18, 1672

STRUBBY  [no ref. or date]

A particular of Strubby Grange  RYCH/2712  n.d. [mid-xviith cent]

Paper, 1 f

SUTTON  [no ref. or date]

The title of the Mannour of Sutton (1635-56), belonging to lord Herbert  RYCH/2713  1663

Paper, 2 ff

Contents:
With duplicate.

Rental for Sutton Marsh for Lady Day and Michaelmas  RYCH/2714  1688

Paper, 1 f

SWABY  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See BELLEAU

TALLINGTON  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also UFFINGTON

Lease by the Rt. Hon. Henry, earl of Rutland, to Edmund Lamberte of Tallington, husbandman, of a messuage with appurtenances in Tallington, for twenty-one years after the death of Eleanor, countess dowager of Rutland  RYCH/2715  May 8, 1552

Seal missing.

Assignment from John Pinsent of Lincoln's Inn, co. Middlesex, by the direction of George, duke of Buckingham, K.G., to James and John Clitherow, both of London, gentlemen, of the residue of a term of years of a demise of the manor of Tallington and the rectory of Tallington, with all appurtenances  RYCH/2716  Dec. 10, 1667

Contents:
Counterpart.

TATTERSHALL, etc  [no ref. or date]

Lord of Lincolne's Perticuler  RYCH/2717  1657

Paper, 6 ff. Includes rentals of Tattershall, Tattershall Thorpe, Snowden Grange, Kirkby and Martin.

THORPE TILNEY  [no ref. or date]

Indenture of agreement between Henry Fynes of Kirkstead, esq., and Jane, his wife, of the one part, and the Rt. Hon. William Willoughby, lord Willoughby of Parham, of the other, for the levying of a fine respecting the manor of Thorpe alias Thorpe Tilney alias Tymberland Thorpe, all the said Henry's messuages, etc. in the same, and closes, etc. there  RYCH/2718  Oct. 25, 1671

A rental of the manor of Thorpe Tilney alias Timberland Thorpe  RYCH/2719  1673

Paper, 2 ff

TIMBERLAND  [no ref. or date]

A rental of Timberland  RYCH/2720  Mich. 1657

Paper, 1 f

TORRINGTON, EAST  [no ref. or date]

Lease for twelve years by the Rt. Hon. Eleanor, countess dowager of Rutland to George Gelyott of Esteryngton, husbandman, of premises and land in Esteryngton  RYCH/2721  Sept. 10, 1544

Similar lease to Alice Burton of Esteryngton, widow  RYCH/2722  Sept. 10, 1544

Similar lease to Robert Good, parson of Esteryngton  RYCH/2723  Sept. 10, 1547

TUPHOLME, etc  [no ref. or date]

Grant, in tail, by Henry VIII to Sir Thomas Hennege, kt., of the house and site of the dissolved abbey of Tupholme with its possessions in Tupholme and Randby (except the rectories of Randby and Stirton); the house or manor of Knayth with the advowson of the parish church of Knayth, etc.; and the reversion and rent reserved upon a lease of a farm and lands, etc. in co. Lincoln belonging to the dissolved priory of Markeby  RYCH/2724  May 1, 1538

Contents:
Copy.

Grant by Charles II to Francis, lord Willoughby of Parham and his heirs of the same, as granted by Henry VIII to [the above] Sir Thomas Hennege  RYCH/2725  April 30, 1661

Contents:
Copy.

A particular of the manor of Tupholme  RYCH/2726  1661

Paper, 2 ff

Indenture of agreement between John Morris and Robert Clayton of London, gentlemen, of the one part, and the Rt. Hon. Francis, lord Willoughby of Parham and the Hon. William Willoughby, esq., of the other part  RYCH/2727  May 27, 1663

Contents:
Counterpart.

Indenture of defeasance from Sir Robert Vyner for securing the payment of a debt to the above John Morris and Robert Clayton  RYCH/2728  Jan. 4, 1670/71

Contents:
Counterpart.

Indenture of defeasance from Sir Robert Vyner for securing the payment of a debt to the above John Morris and Robert Clayton  RYCH/2729  Oct. 10, 1672

Seal, fragment.

Appointment by Sir Robert Clayton, kt., and John Morris, esq., both of London, lords of the manor of Tupholme, of Sir Philip Tirwhitt of Staynfeild, bart., as their gamekeeper within the said manor  RYCH/2730  July 14, 1673

Contents:
Copy.

Bill of complaint of the same to the Rt. Hon. Heneage, lord Finch, Keeper of the Great Seal, respecting an infringement of a lease to Henry Andrews of the manor of Tupholme and parcels in Tupholme and Bardney, with appurtenances  RYCH/2731  n.d. [c. 1673]

Contents:
Copy.

The title of the mannour of Tupholme, an abstract of four documents 1538-1663  RYCH/2732  1676

Paper, 1 f

Lease for ninety nine years by Sir Robert Clayton of London, kt. (executor of the late John Morris, esq.) and William Daynes of London, gentleman, by the direction of Sir Robert Vyner, kt., and bart., an alderman of the City of London, to John Kenrick of London, merchant, of the site of the former abbey of Tupholme and the manor of Tupholme, with appurtenances  RYCH/2733  June 7, 1686

TYDD ST. MARY  [no ref. or date]

Lease for a year by John Trafford of the Inner Temple, London, esq., to John Smyth, esq., Thomas Halford, gentleman (both of Lowe Layton, co. Essex), Thomas Jennery, skinner, and Robert Abbot, scrivener (both of London), of the manor of Tilneys alias Tilney Hall alias Lovedens with appurtenances in the parish of Tidd St. Mary and his other lands in the said parish or elsewhere in co. Lincoln  RYCH/2734  Feb. 3, 1652

Three seals.

UFFINGTON, etc  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also TALLINGTON.

Lease for twenty years by the Rt. Hon. Thomas, earl of Rutland, to William Netland of Ryall, co. Rutland, yeoman, of the site of the manor of Uffyngton and land in Uffyngton  RYCH/2735  July 12, 1526

Imperf.

Counterpart of the above  RYCH/2736  nd

Imperf.

Similar lease by the above earl and dame Eleanor, his wife, to Harry Smyth alias Lane, servant to Harry Dygby, gentleman, general surveyor to the said Earl, of a tenement with appurtenances in Uffyngton  RYCH/2737  May 10, 1540

Lease for twenty one years by the Rt. Hon. Eleanor, countess dowager of Rutland, to John Netland of Riall', co. Rutland, yeoman, of the site of Uffyngton manor and land in Uffyngton  RYCH/2738  Dec. 12, 1545

Similar lease to Robert Holme, her servant, of a messuage and land in Uffington  RYCH/2739  Oct. 23, 1551

Lease for twenty one years by Henry, earl of Rutland, to John Markeham of Ketton, co. Rutland, gentleman, of a messuage and land in Uffyngton  RYCH/2740  Nov. 10, 1555

Lease for twelve years by the Rt. Hon. Francis, earl of Rutland, K.G., to William Dowman of Uffington, gentleman, of his manor house in Uffington, the rectory of Tallington with the tithes, etc., and land in Uffington  RYCH/2741  July 15, 1624

Mortgage by George, duke of Buckingham, K.G., to Nicholas van Acker of London, gentleman, of the manors of Uffington and Tallington, the rectory of Tallington, and his other manors, etc. in Uffington, Tallington, Newstead, St. James Deeping and Barrholme, with appurtenances  RYCH/2742  July 7, 1662

Bond of the same to the same for performance of the above  RYCH/2743  July 7, 1662

Receipt of the same to the same for the money involved in the same  RYCH/2744  July 8, 1662

Mortgage by the same to John Morris and Robert Clayton of London, gentlemen, of the same properties [as RYCH/2742]  RYCH/2745  Feb. 9, 1662/3

Assignment from the above Nicholas Vanacker, by the direction of the above duke of Buckingham, to the above Robert Clayton of the mortgage of July 7, 1662 [RYCH/2742 above]  RYCH/2746  Sept. 10, 1664

Counterpart of RYCH/2746  RYCH/2747  nd

Appointment by the above duke of Buckingham of the above Robert Clayton to mortgage the same properties [RYCH/2746 having been redeemed] in order that a debt of the said duke to the Rt. Hon. Henry, earl of St. Alban may be paid  RYCH/2748  April 3, 1665

A particular of lands and tenements in Uffington and Tallington  RYCH/2749  n.d. [c. 1670]

Paper, 2 ff.

Contents:
Endorsed: John Clitherow. With duplicate.

Assignment from James and John Clitherow of London, gentlemen, by the direction of the above duke of Buckingham, the Rt. Hon. Edward Seymour, esq., Sir Charles Harbord, kt., Sir Robert Clayton, kt., Ranald Grahme, esq., and John Wildman, esq., to Thomas Cole, esq., and Robert Bidolph, merchant, trustees for the Hon. Charles Bertie of the Middle Temple, London, esq., of the manors of Uffington and Tallington, the dissolved monastery of Newstead, the rectory of Uffington and manors, etc., in Uffington, Newstead, St. James Deeping and Barholme  RYCH/2750  June 8, 1674

Contents:
Counterpart.

Feoffment from the above duke of Buckingham and also the above Edward Seymour, Sir Charles Harbord, Sir Robert Clayton, Ranald Grahme and John Wildman, and Bryan Fairfax and John Fisher, to the above Charles Bertie, of the manors of Uffington, Tallington, Newstead and Deeping, the late dissolved monastery of Newstead with its site and demesnes, Tallington rectory, the advowsons of Uffington parish church and Tallington vicarage, and messuages, etc., in Uffington, Tallington, Newstead, St. James Deeping, West Deeping, Stamford and Barholme, with all appurtenances  RYCH/2751  June 10, 1674

VAUDEY  [no ref. or date]

Ministers' Account of the former abbey of Valdye  RYCH/2752  31 Henry VIII (1539/40)

Paper, 3 "skins."

WAINFLEET  [no ref. or date]

Two particulars of Wainefleet, concerning Mr. Barkham  RYCH/2753  n.d. [mid-xviith cent.]

Paper, 2 ff.

WELL, see ALFORD AND WELL  [no ref. or date]

WICKENBY  [no ref. or date]

Will of William Reersby of Wickenby, D.D  RYCH/2754  Aug. 15, 1670. Probate, Sept. 9, 1670

WILLOUGHBY  [no ref. or date]

A particular of Sir Thomas Ogles' estate  RYCH/2755  1673

Paper, 1 f.

A particular of Willoughby  RYCH/2756  1702

Paper, 1 f.

WITHAM, NORTH, etc  [no ref. or date]

Settlement on the marriage of William Johnson (son and heir of William Johnson of Lincoln's Inn, co. Middlesex, and Mary, his wife) and Angellett Tooke (daughter of Thomas Tooke of Wormeley, co. Hertford, esq.), respecting the manors of Northwitham and Twiforde and messuages, etc. in the same and in South Witham, Gunbye, Sewsterne, and Coulstersworth  RYCH/2757  July 24, 1638

Imperf. at end.

Contents:
Copy.

WOODTHORPE  [no ref. or date]

An abstract of William Ballett's title to the manor of Woodthorpe  RYCH/2758  n.d. [c. 1660]

Paper, 1 f.

Assignment from Henry Avery of London, gentleman, to George Ullocke of Clements Inn, co. Middlesex, of a mortgage of the manor of Woodthorpe, the manor house of Woodthorpe and messuages, etc. in Woodthorpe, Strubby in the Marsh, Wytherne, Trustroppe and Croft  RYCH/2759  Feb. 19, 1675/6

WOOLSTHORPE  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale by John Hornewold of Notyngham, co. Nottingham, yeoman, to Robert Grene of Harlaston, husbandman, of a messuage with appurtenances in Wollesthorpp'  RYCH/2760  July 6, 1537

Bargain and sale by Nicholas Pierson of co. Worcester and Joan, his wife, to Roger Forest of Barkston, co. Leicester, of messuages, etc. in Wolstroppe and elsewhere in cos. Lincoln and Leicester inherited by Joan from her father, the late John Talbone of Wollestroppe  RYCH/2761  Dec. 10, 1544

Seal.

Grant by the above Roger Forest of Barkeston, co. Leicester, to his servant Robert Holme of an annuity issuing from his property in Wolstropp  RYCH/2762  March 12, 1549

Lease for twenty one years by Leonard Homan of East Norton, co. Leicester, yeoman, to Everard Boothe of Halloughton, co. Leicester, yeoman, of messuages, etc. in the same  RYCH/2763  Nov. 20, 1587

Lease for twenty one years by Thomas Horniwoode of Wolstroppe, labourer, to John Alee of the same, webster, of a messuage with appurtenances in the same  RYCH/2764  Nov. 2, 1590

Seal.

Release of right by Alice Bennett of the city of Westminster, co. Middlesex, widow of Thomas Bennett, late of Wolstropp, clerk, to her son Samuel Bennett, in premises in Wolstrop  RYCH/2765  June 25, 1596

Lease for twenty one years by Samuel Bennett of Westminster, co. Middlesex, yeoman, and Alice, mother of the said Samuel, to Richard Edwards of Croxton Kerryall, co. Leicester, gentleman, of premises in Wolstrop late in the tenure of [the above] Thomas Bennett, clerk, deceased  RYCH/2766  June 26, 1596

Imperf.

WRAGBY  [no ref. or date]

Lease by Sir Thomas Maners, K.G., to Thomas Hevyn' of Wragby, gentleman, of two messuages, land, etc. in Wragby for life  RYCH/2767  April 26, 1525

Lease for twelve years by Eleanor, countess dowager of Rutland, to Richard Lesyngs of Wragby, husbandman, of premises in Wragby  RYCH/2768  Sept. 10, 1544

Lease for twenty one years by the Rt. Hon. Roger, earl of Rutland, to Robert Manby of Wragby, gentleman, of a messuage, lands, etc. in Wragby alias Wraby and King Thropp  RYCH/2769  Aug. 4, 1609

Lease for fourteen years by the Rt. Hon. Francis, earl of Rutland, to Richard Dickins of Newarke, co. Nottingham, gentleman, of a tenement and closes, etc., parcel of the manor of Wragbie  RYCH/2770  Feb. 1, 1615

Lease by the same to his servant Peter Walker of Wraggeby, yeoman, of a messuage in the lordship of Wragbie, for life  RYCH/2771  March 20, 1614/15

Contents:
Attached is Walker's bond for performance of the same. March 20.

Lease for a year by George, duke of Buckingham and Raynold Graham of the city of Westminster, co. Middlesex, esq., to William Howard of Lincoln's Inn, esq., and Maximilian Petty of London, esq., of the manor of Wragby with appurtenances  RYCH/2772  Jan. 20, 1661/2

Release by the same to the same of the same, by way of mortgage  RYCH/2773  [Jan. 21], 1661/2

A particular of farm rents at Wragby  RYCH/2774  1662

Paper, one sheet.

Letter from Walter Long to Robert Clayton at London, concerning Wragby  RYCH/2775  Jan. 12, 1662/3

A particular of Wragby  RYCH/2776  1663

Paper, 3 ff.

Release by John Morris and Robert Clayton of London, gentlemen, to George, duke of Buckingham and Ranald Grahme, esq., of the manor of Wragby with appurtenances, and messuages etc. in co. Lincoln. [Blank for day and month.]  RYCH/2777  1663

Indenture of agreement between the above duke of Buckingham and lady Mary, his duchess, of the first part, Ranald Grahme, esq., Sir George Browne, K.B., and dame Elizabeth, his wife, John Morris, esq., and Robert Clayton, gentleman, of the second part, and Thomas Rocke and William Belke, both of London, gentlemen, of the third part, declaring the use of a recovery of the same  RYCH/2778  May 27, 1670

Release by the above duke of Buckingham and John Morris and Robert Clayton to William Waterson and Philip Marsh, both of London, gentlemen, of the same  RYCH/2779  July 14, 1670

Two seals.

Contents:
Counterpart.

An abstract of the title of the manor of Wragby  RYCH/2780  n.d. [c. 1670.]

Paper 2, ff.

Release by the above duke of Buckingham and Anthony, earl of Shaftesbury, Sir Thomas Osborne, bart., Sir Robert Moray, kt., and John Tillotson, D.D. (by the appointment of the said duke), to the above William Waterson and Philip Marsh, of a covenant for the reconveyance of the manor, etc. concerned in RYCH/2779 above  RYCH/2781  June 30, 1672

Contents:
Counterpart.

WYKES  [no ref. or date]

Particulars of the manor of Wykes, concerning Sir John May, kt., and dame Mary, his wife, and John Morris and Robert Clayton  RYCH/2782  [c. 1672-6]

Paper, 11 ff.

VARIOUS  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment to uses by Henry, earl of Rutland, to Thomas Huse, William Thorold and John Allcocke of all his manors of Eagle, Gouxhull, Melton Roose, Wragby and Freston', all his lands, etc. within the bailiwick of Freston' cum Butterwycke, and all messuages, etc. in the townships, etc. of Eagle, Gouxhull, Melton Roose, Bekebye, Ulceby, Glamforde Brige, Wragbye, Houghton and fourteen other places in co. Lincoln, with all appurtenances  RYCH/2783  May 26, 1560

Indenture of agreement between the Rt. Hon. Edward, earl of Rutland, of the one part, and the Rt. Hon. William lord Burghley, Thomas earl of Sussex, Henry earl of Huntington, Robert earl of Leycester, Francis lord Tallbot, Sir Francis Wallsingham, kt., Thomas Bromley, esq., Sir Christopher Wray, kt., and others, of the other part, for entailing divers Honours, castles, manors, etc. of the said earl in cos. Lincoln, Leicester, Nottingham, York, Northampton, Bedford and Buckingham on the heirs male of the Rt. Hon. Thomas, 1st earl of Rutland, deceased, his grandfather  RYCH/2784  March 29, 1579

Contents:
Copy.

Exemplification of a final concord between Francis, earl of Bedford, and Brigitt, his wife, complainants, and Francis, earl of Rutland, deforciant, respecting the manors of Freston' and Butterwicke, co. Lincoln, and Croxton Kyryall' and Stathorne alias Saturne, co. Leicester, Croxton Kyryall rectory and parish church, and messuages, etc. in cos. Lincoln and Leicester  RYCH/2785  June 16, 1587

Bench seal, fragment.

A particular concerning lands of William lord Willoughby and Charles lord Willoughby in co. Lincoln, including abstracts of the title of the manors of Stow and Gateburton  RYCH/2786  n.d. [Early xviith cent]

Paper, 5 ff.

A particular of lands, etc. in co. Lincoln, a parcel of the possessions of the former Spalding Monastery and formerly assigned for the jointure of the late Queen Anne; to be granted with other manors, etc. elsewhere to the total of 12001. to George, marquis of Buckingham, for support of his dignities  RYCH/2787  1619

Paper, 11 ff.

Contents:
They were granted on July 20, 1619. See Cal. State Papers Domestic (1619-23), p. 64.

Indenture of agreement between the Rt. Hon. Francis, earl of Rutland, K.G., of the one part, Sir John Tufton of Hothefeild, co. Kent, kt. and bart., Richard Tufton of Lincoln's Inn, co. Middlesex, esq., Sir Francis Gofton and Sir Richard Greene of London, kts., and William Sexten and Richard Hayes, gentlemen, servants of the said earl, of the other, respecting the jointure of lady Cecily, countess of Rutland, wife of the said earl  RYCH/2788  Sept. 12, 1622

Indenture of agreement between the Rt. Hon. lady Katherine, duchess of Buckingham (widow of the late George, duke of Buckingham), of the one part, and the Rt. Hon. Thomas viscount Savage, the Rt. Hon. George lord Goring, Sir Robert Pye and Thomas Fotherley, esq., for the levying of a fine respecting the manors of Wragbye, Uffington, Newsteed and Tallington, co. Lincoln and Garrowden and Shepshead, co. Leicester, the rectory of Tallington, the dissolved monastery of Newsteed, the site of the dissolved monastery of Garrowden, and messuages, etc. in cos. Lincoln and Leicester  RYCH/2789  June 16, 1633

Agreement between dame Elizabeth Hildyard, widow, of the one part, and Nicolas Leeke of Sutton in Dale, co. Derby, and John More of Bewicke, co. York, esq., of the other, respecting the manors, etc. of her late father, Henry Welbye  RYCH/2790  Oct. 19 [sic], 1636

An extent of all the manors, etc. of the late Henry Welbye, formerly of Grub Street, London, esq., inherited by his daughter, Elizabeth lady Hildyard  RYCH/2791  1637

Parchment, imperf.

Lease for sixty years by the Rt. Hon. Randell, earl of Antrim, and Katherine, duchess of Buckingham, his wife, to the Rt. Hon. Philip, earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (Lord Chamberlain), and Sir Robert Pye, kt., of the wood and underwood growing on the manors, etc. specified in RYCH/2789 above, for the payment of certain debts of the said earl of Antrim  RYCH/2792  July 5, 1638

Contents:
Counterpart.

Assignment from the above Philip, earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, and Sir Robert Pye, to George Feilding of Knight Ryders Street, London, esq., of the same  RYCH/2793  Feb. 21, 1638/9

Two seals: (1) Pembroke (2) missing.

Inquisition post mortem of dame Elizabeth Hildyard of Routh, co. York, widow of Sir Christopher Hildyard, taken at Spalding before Robert Christopher, gentleman, escheator.  RYCH/2794  Aug. 7, 1639

Contents:
Attested copy.
Lands, etc. in co. Lincoln and three tenements in Grub Street, London. Date of death not given. The heir was her son Henry Hildyard of Winestead, co. York, esq., aged twenty eight years and more at her death.

Warrant from Philip, earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, and Sir Robert Pye to William Andrew, Robert Everard and George Andrew for the sale of wood growing on a certain parcel of the manors, etc. leased by RYCH/2792 above  RYCH/2795  Nov. 25, 1639

Contents:
Draft.

Two particulars of lands in co. Lincoln  RYCH/2796  n.d. [mid-xviith cent.]

Paper, 11 ff.

Mortgage by Theophilus, earl of Lincoln, and, by his direction, William Gore, esq., Thomas Smyth the younger, and John Travell, merchant, all of London, to Robert Abdy of Albyns, co. Essex, and John Morris of London, gentleman, of manors, etc. in co. Lincoln  RYCH/2797  June 28, 1657

Contents:
Copy.

[no title]  RYCH/2798  nd

Contents:
Lord of Lincolne's perticuler, 1658. Paper, book of 6 ff.
Being rentals of Sempringham, Folkingham, Pointon, Aslackby, Swaton, Threckingham and Billingborough for Ladyday 1654.

Lease for a year by George, duke of Buckingham, K.G., to Martin Clifford and Thomas Paulden of Westminster, co. Middlesex, esquires, and James Scudamore of the Middle Temple, London, esq., of the manors of Wragby, Uffington, Newsteed [sic] and Tallington, the late dissolved monastery of Newstead, the rectory of Tallington, and all his messuages in Wragby, Uffington, Tallington and Newstead, with all appurtenances  RYCH/2799  Aug. 31, 1660

Abstract (1650-61) of Robert Pierrepont's title to manors and lands in co. Lincoln  RYCH/2800  1664

Paper, 1 f

Contents:
With duplicate.

A rent-roll of certain demesne rents due to the earl of Berkshire in co. Lincoln  RYCH/2801  Oct. 12, 1664

Paper, one sheet.

Demise by George, duke of Buckingham, to Sir Robert Clayton, kt., and alderman of London, and John Wildman, esq., of certain fee-farm rents granted by Charles I to Katherine, duchess of Buckingham, and to Philip, earl of Pembroke and Sir Robert Pye, issuing from lands in cos. York, Lincoln and Nottingham, for 500 years upon trust  RYCH/2802  July 29, 1674

Contents:
Counterpart. See RYCH/2807 below.

Release by James Hoste of Gray's Inn, co. Middlesex, esq., to Sir Stephen Langham, kt., and Thomas Sleigh, esq., both of London, of divers manors, messuages, etc. in co. Norfolk (including the park commonly called Sandringham Park and the advowson, etc. of the rectory and church of Sandringham), being a settlement on Elizabeth, wife of the said James  RYCH/2803  Feb. 24, 1675/6

Assignment of two mortgages of messuages, lands, etc. in Nun Cotton, Haborough, Stallingborough, and elsewhere in co. Lincoln, from (a) the Hon. Jane Berkeley, daughter of the late Charles viscount Fitzharding, and (b) Sarah, duchess dowager of Somerset, to John Mitford, merchant, and Christopher Cratford, gentleman, both of London  RYCH/2804  July 15, 1679

A particular of John Colvile's estate in co. Norfolk  RYCH/2805  1681

Paper, 2 ff.

Plea of trespass by Simon Beech, gentleman, against Philip Hildeyard, formerly of Goxhill, co. Lincoln, esq., Hilary  RYCH/2806  1682

Imperf.

Contents:
Copy

Assignment from Sir Robert Clayton and John Wildman, by the appointment of George, duke of Buckingham, to George Pitt of Stratfeildsea, co. Southampton, esq., of the fee-farm rents demised to them by RYCH/2802 above  RYCH/2807  Aug. 16, 1684

[no title]  RYCH/2808  nd

Contents:
(a) Abstract (1639-81) of the earl of Stamford's title to the manors of Stamford, Bourne and Thurleby, co. Lincoln. 1687. Paper, 4 ff. (b) Abstract (July-Dec. 1682) relating to the same manors. Dec. 1687. Paper, 1 f. Endorsed: Note of the writings in this Box for wch Sr Robert Claytons note is given

[no title or date]  RYCH/2809-2823

Archival history:
[R. 77355]

Contents:
A miscellaneous collection

CAMBRIDGE  [no ref. or date]

Acknowledgement by the Master (Francis Turner, D.D.), Fellows and scholars of St. John's College, Cambridge, to Sir Andrew Hackett, kt., son and executor of the late John Hackett, late lord bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, of 50 I. given by the said lord bishop to purchase books for the College Library  RYCH/2809  Feb. 13, 1671/2

Contents:
Copy.

HOLKHAM (co. Norfolk)  [no ref. or date]

Will of John Coke of Holkham, esq  RYCH/2810  June 21, 1661

Paper, eight sheets.

Contents:
Copy.

WIGHTON (co. Norfolk)  [no ref. or date]

Extract from proceedings at the General Court concerning the admission of John Moundford  RYCH/2811  April 16, 1616
Language:  Latin

Extract from proceedings at the General Court, concerning Thomas Burredge  RYCH/2812  Oct. 24, 1622 and Dec. 9, 1623
Language:  Latin

Aquittance of Thomas Burradge of Wighton, joiner, to Anna Miller, widow, for 20s. for the purchase of a tenement from him  RYCH/2813  Aug. 1, 1624

Will of John Yaxly of Wighton, blacksmith  RYCH/2814  Feb. 17, 1642

Contents:
Parchm. copy.

Extract from proceedings at the above General Court, concerning the admittance of William Burredge, sen  RYCH/2815  Dec. 10, 1644
Language:  Latin

Bond of Thomas May of Great Yarmouth, sailor, to John Yaxley of Wighton, blacksmith, respecting a feoffment by the former to the latter of a messuage in Wighton  RYCH/2816  May 6, 1647

Extracts from proceedings at the above General Court, concerning the admittance of Ann Cocke, widow, and Edmund, her son  RYCH/2817  April 11, 1654 and Oct. 13, 1657

Extracts from proceedings at the above General Court, concerning William Burredge, jun  RYCH/2818  Oct. 18, 1659

Extracts from proceedings at the above General Court, concerning Robert May and Margaret, his wife  RYCH/2819  April 1, 1662
Language:  Latin

Feoffment from William Yaxly of West Newton, co. Norfolk, blacksmith, to John Sillis of Wyton, blacksmith, of a messuage in Wyton  RYCH/2820  Oct. 8. 1673

Extracts from proceedings at the Court Baron concerning Robert May, jun., and Anna, his wife  RYCH/2821  May 2 and Oct. 14, 1674
Language:  Latin

Extracts from proceedings at the Court Baron, concerning Robert May (son of Robert May of Wighton, thatcher, and Margaret, his wife)  RYCH/2822  Nov. 7, 1695
Language:  Latin

Extracts from proceedings at the Court Baron, concerning Thomas Sillis  RYCH/2823  July 27, 1721
Language:  Latin

[no title or date]  RYCH/2824-2864

Archival history:
[R 57415]

Contents:
Presented by Miss Helen M. Shawcross. Places mentioned are in co. Lancaster unless otherwise stated.

BROUGHTON  [no ref. or date]

Will of James Moss of Broughton, yeoman  RYCH/2824  March 28, 1763. Probate, Aug. 1

GORTON  [no ref. or date]

Deed of covenants between Peter Shawcross of Droylsden, whitster, and James Simister of Openshaw, yeoman, for the production of title deeds  RYCH/2825  Sept. 11, 1802

HAYFIELD (co. Derby)  [no ref. or date]

Warrant of Robert Royle of Hayfield, calico printer, to William Lyon and John Jones, attornies, to confess judgement on a bond  RYCH/2826  Nov. 8, 1796

MANCHESTER  [no ref. or date]

Lease for ninety nine years by James Holland of Could Wall in Rochdale parish, gentleman, to Richard Partington of Manchester, baker, of Partingtons Bakehouse in Milgate  RYCH/2827  March 27, 1707

General release by William Hill, son and heir of George Hill, deceased, to James Moss of Broughton and Peter Lomax of Worsley, yeomen  RYCH/2828  March 4, 1759

Will of Thomas Froggatt of Manchester, gentleman  RYCH/2829  Jan. 3, 1773. Codicils, March 25 and April 2. Probate, Dec. 6

[no title]  RYCH/2830  nd

Contents:
Articles of agreement between Richard Pawsey of St. James's parish, Cornwall, Jamaica, late of Manchester, and William Shawcross of Manchester, cotton manufacturer, of the one part, and Isaac Godelia of the said St. James's parish, gentleman, of the other, respecting a co-partnership. March 1, 1797. Copy.
Prefixed are (a) George Atkinson's certificate that the above is a true copy. April 13, 1797; (b) Certificate of the Rt. Hon. Alexander [6th] earl of Balcarres, Lieutenant-Governor and Commander in Chief of Jamaica, that Atkinson is Secretary and Notary Public of Jamaica. April 13, 1797. Broad seal of Jamaica.

Partnership articles between William Shawcross, Richard Pawsey, Richard Wainwright and James Booth  RYCH/2831  Jan. 19, 1798

Imperf.

Letter of licence to William Shawcross of Manchester, and Richard Pawsey, late of Manchester, now of Kingston, Jamaica, merchants, from their creditors  RYCH/2832  Jan. 4, 1803

Assignment of personal estate and effects from John Dutton of Salford, cotton merchant, to William Stonehewer, John Birch and William Shawcross, all of Manchester, cotton merchants, in trust for the equal benefit of creditors  RYCH/2833  Sept. 23, 1805

Certificate of Bankruptcy Commissioners concerning William Shawcross of Manchester, merchant, partner of James Booth of Jamaica, surviving partners of Richard Pawsey and Richard Wainwright in Shawcross, Pawsey & Co. and Wainwright, Booth & Co  RYCH/2834  Aug. 13, 1808

OPENSHAW  [no ref. or date]

Lease for three lives by George Legh of High Legh, co. Chester, esq., to James Walker the younger of Openshaw, butcher, of a messuage and closes in Openshaw  RYCH/2835  Feb. 14, 1757

Mortgage by Joseph Taylor of Openshaw, whitster, to Edward Hobson of Salford, merchant, of a messuage and land in Openshaw  RYCH/2836  March 9, 1773

Lease for three lives by Joseph Taylor of Openshaw, yeoman, to John Taylor of Whitby, co. York, whitster, of a messuage and land in Openshaw  RYCH/2837  Feb. 17, 1791

Will of Joseph Taylor of Openshaw, farmer  RYCH/2838  May 24, 1797. Probate July 3, 1800

SALFORD  [no ref. or date]

Will of Richard Pawsey of Salford, cotton manufacturer  RYCH/2839  Nov. 12, 1796

SWINTON  [no ref. or date]

Settlement on the marriage of Thomas Fyldes of Monton, yeoman, and Margret Aldred, a daughter of the late George Aldred, yeoman, concerning a messuage with appurtenances in Monton, Swinton and Little Houghton, and a parcel of land, formerly part of Swinton Moor  RYCH/2840  Jan. 10, 1712/13

Contents:
Counterpart.

Lease for ninety nine years by the Rt. Hon. James, earl of Barrymore, to Thomas Fildes of Swinton, yeoman, of Brickill Feild  RYCH/2841  July 24, 1718

Portion of the will of [? Thomas] Fields  RYCH/2842  n.d. [early xviiith cent.]

Paper, 1 f.

Contents:
Copy.

Lease for ninety nine years by the above earl of Barrymore to Thomas Arrowsmith of Pendlebury, Thomas Bromelow of Barton upon Irwell and John Strettill of Stretford (executors of the late Thomas Fildes of Swinton) of the messuage, etc. concerned in RYCH/2840 above  RYCH/2843  Dec. 11, 1729

Similar lease of Brickill Feild  RYCH/2844  Dec. 11, 1729

Lease for ninety nine years by the same to Martha Leigh, spinster, daughter of George Leigh, late of Westhoughton, deceased, and niece of the late Thomas Fildes of Swinton, of the Moorfield and Pittfield, part of Swinton Moor  RYCH/2845  Oct. 24, 1744

Lease for ninety nine years by the same to the same of the messuage, etc. concerned in RYCH/2843 above  RYCH/2846  Oct. 24, 1744

Lease for three lives by the Rt. Hon. Penelope, lady Cholmondley to Richard Wainwright of Swinton, yeoman, of the Brick Killn Close, part of Swinton Moor  RYCH/2847  Jan. 19, 1757

Release by Daniel Bayley of Manchester, esq., and Thomas Bromiley of Singeley in Little Houghton, chapman, to William Farnworth of London, merchant, of a messuage with appurtenances in Swinton, Little Houghton and Worsley  RYCH/2848  Nov. 2, 1758

Will of Mary Ormerod of Swinton, widow of Oliver Ormerod of the same  RYCH/2849  June 6, 1760. Codicil March 18, 1761. Probate Sept. 28, 1767

Settlement on the marriage of Richard Wainwright of Swinton, gentleman, and Martha Moss of Chetham, spinster, concerning closes in Swinton, Little Houghton and Worsley  RYCH/2850  Aug. 22, 1771

WESTHOUGHTON  [no ref. or date]

Lease for ninety nine years by Geoffrey Shakerley of Hulme, co. Chester, esq., to Charles Leigh of Westhaughton, yeoman, of a messuage in Westhaughton  RYCH/2851  Aug. 23, 1647

Lease for three lives by Richard Richardson of Culceth, gentleman, to George Leigh of Westhoughton, yeoman, of the Dickon dole in the close called the Hillocks, in Westhoughton  RYCH/2852  Aug. 6, 1720

Lease for a year by Thomas Richardson of Atherton, gentleman, to Richard Wainwright of Swinton, gentleman, of land in the Little Barn Croft and the Great Barn Croft and the parcel called the Dickon Dole, in Westhoughton  RYCH/2853  July 18, 1771

Release by the same to the same of the same  RYCH/2854  July 19, 1771

Two letters from Thomas Peake concerning Wainwright v. Leigh  RYCH/2855  Dec. 1 and Dec. 4, 1775

Contents:
Copies.

Opinion of George Kenyon concerning the will [dated 1724] of the late George Leigh of Westhoughton, father of George Leigh, lately [i.e. in 1768] deceased  RYCH/2856  n.d. [c. 1780]

Bill of Complaint in Chancery of Catherine Leigh of Anderton, spinster (heiress and administratrix of her late brother George Leigh), plaintiff, against Richard Wainwright of Monton, gentleman, defendant, respecting a mortgage of a messuage, etc. in Westhoughton  RYCH/2857  n.d. [c. 1780]

Contents:
Copy.

Answer of the above Richard Wainwright to the above Catherine Leigh  RYCH/2858  n.d. [c. 1780]

Two copies (of 16 and 18 ff.)

Imperf.

WORSLEY  [no ref. or date]

Articles of agreement between Richard Wainwright of Swinton, gentleman, and Henry Chetham of Worsley, webster, concerning a lease of a tenement in Worsley  RYCH/2859  Dec. 6, 1755

Settlement on the marriage of the above Richard Wainwright of Swinton and Betty Lansdall, daughter of Robert Lansdall of the same, yeoman  RYCH/2860  Aug. 24, 1774

Will of Robert Lonsdale of Lightbound Green in the parish of Eccles, husbandman  RYCH/2861  Sept. 5, 1777

Contents:
Two copies.

VARIOUS  [no ref. or date]

Boundaries walked in 1723  RYCH/2862  nd

Paper, 2 ff.

Contents:
In the Worsley area.

Order to examine Thomas Froggatt, a defendant, as a witness in Anthony Badley v. John Hague and Thomas Froggatt  RYCH/2863  Nov. 15, 1771

General release by Isaiah Pawsey of Cockey Moor, fustian manufacturer, to Richard Wainwright of Manchester, fustian manufacturer, respecting a co-partnership, lately dissolved  RYCH/2864  Oct. 4, 1796

[no title or date]  RYCH/2865-2866

Archival history:
[R. 77352]

Contents:
Presented by W. Fergusson Irvine, esq.

Bibliography: Printed in The Cheshire Sheaf, 3rd Ser., vol. xxviii., by R. Stewart-Brown. For a note on the provenance see ibid., p. 8.


BUCKLOW HUNDRED (co. Chester)  [no ref. or date]

Subsidy Roll, 1593; assessed before Hugh Cholmondeley, kt., Peter Warburton, esq., and Thomas Brooke, esq., commissioners, etc., and levied, etc., by Thomas Tuchette of Netherwhitle, co. Chester, esq.  RYCH/2865  nd

Parchm. Three seals, missing. No signatures
Language:  Latin

Subsidy Roll; assessed at Neither Knotsford and Budworth Magnam, Sept. 25 and 26, 1663, before George Warburton, bart., Peter Leycester, bart., and Henry Legh, esq., commissioners etc., and levied etc., by William Touchet of Neither-Whitley, esq., principal collector of the Hundred.  RYCH/2866  nd

Parchm. Three seals, missing. Signatures
Language:  Latin

[no title or date]  RYCH/2867-2883

Archival history:
[R. 74647]

Contents:
Presented by Dr. E. B. Leech.

ALTHAM (co. Lancaster)  [no ref. or date]

Assignment from Henry Crooke, merchant, Webster Fishwick, gentleman, and George Holgate, banker, all of Burnley, executors of the late Laurence Tattersall, to the said George Holgate and Thomas Holgate, banker, of shares in certain leasehold coal mines  RYCH/2867  Dec. 24, 1822

Assignment from William Birkbeck of Settle, co. York, banker, Theodore Heelis, gentleman, John Roberts, cotton-spinner, both of Burnley, and others, to Henry Clegg of Altham, yeoman, of shares in the Altham colliery  RYCH/2868  Oct. 23, 1826

Bill of Complaint in Chancery of William Dewhurst of New Accrington, brewer, plaintiff, against George Fishwick, Lord Massey, Richard Clegg and others, defendants, concerning the Altham Coal Company  RYCH/2869  April, 19, 1853

The same of Jane Clegg of Clayton-le-Moors, widow of the late Henry Clegg, coal merchant, plaintiff, against Richard Clegg, Lord Massey, James Green, and others, defendants, concerning the same  RYCH/2870  Feb. 1855

GORTON (co. Lancaster)  [no ref. or date]

Writ of livery from Charles I to the escheator in co. Lancaster for Francis Gorton, son and heir of the late William Gorton  RYCH/2871  June 20, 1631

Seal, fragment.

Release by Peter Cowap of Tottington, co. Lancaster, dyer, to William Peake and Hugh Taylor, both of Worsley, co. Lancaster, yeomen, of closes, etc. in Gorton  RYCH/2872  Nov. 10, 1636

Feoffment from John Brooke of Droylsden, co. Lancaster, linen webster, and William Brooke of London, draper, to Thomas Ashton of Gorton, husbandman, of lands in Gorton  RYCH/2873  Nov. 27, 1639

Release by Martha Taylor of Gorton, widow of the late Richard Taylor, yeoman, and John Taylor of Gorton, their son, to William Shaw the elder of Preston, gentleman, of two messuages (Taylors in the Fields and Abby Hey) in Gorton, with appurtenances  RYCH/2874  Aug. 2, 1758

IXWORTH (co. Suffolk)  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment from William Smith of Ixworth, yeoman, to George Arney of the same, gentleman, and Mary, his wife, of messuages and land in Ixworth  RYCH/2875  Jan. 28, 1647/8

LEVENSHULME (co. Lancaster)  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance from Alexander Bowerhouse alias Tomlinson of Heaton Norris, co. Lancaster, yeoman, to John Arderne of Reddish, co. Lancaster, and John Heawood of Taunton, co. Lancaster, yeomen, of a messuage (Blackbrooke) in Levenshulme and messuages, etc. in Stockport, co. Chester, near the Underbanke  RYCH/2876  Feb. 15, 1661/2

MANCHESTER  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment from John Stonehouse, felt-maker, and William Birch, merchant, both of Manchester, to John Branch of the same, book-keeper, of a plot of land near Ancoats Lane  RYCH/2877  June 16, 1789

Release by Daniel Leech, late of Mount St. in the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, co. Middlesex, now of High St. in the parish of St. Mary le bone, London, and Laurence Walker of Stockport, co. Chester, gentleman, to John Ogden and George Aungle, both of Manchester, cotton manufacturers, of land and houses at Shooters Brook, Manchester  RYCH/2878  July 12, 1791

Settlement on the marriage of William Booth of Manchester, manufacturer, and Mary Clegg of Altham, spinster. Aug. 3, 1841. With endorsements of Feb. 3, 1865, and March 4, 1870, appointing new trustees under the said settlement  RYCH/2879  nd

Appointment by the above William Booth and Mary, now his wife, of William Pike of Manchester to be a new trustee under the same  RYCH/2880  May 20, 1851

READ (co. Lancaster)  [no ref. or date]

Assignment from Reginald Hargreaves and James Roberts, both of Burnley, cotton spinners, and others, to Henry Clegg of Altham, yeoman, of shares in the Read Colliery  RYCH/2881  March 1, 1828

WILMSLOW, PARISH OF (co. Chester)  [no ref. or date]

Will of John Leigh of Hawthorne, gentleman. Dec. 16, 1719. Codicil, Jan. 12, 1719/20. Letters of administration granted to Hanna Merewether, April 27, 1725  RYCH/2882  nd

Assignment of trust from the Rt. Hon. George, earl of Warrington, surviving trustee of the above John Leigh, to John Michell of London and Charles Foulkes of Chester, gentleman, respecting the capital messuage called Hawthorne and lands, etc. in cos. Chester and Lancaster  RYCH/2883  April 10, 1728

BOSTOCK (co. Chester)  RYCH/2884  Jan. 5, 1760

Archival history:
[R. 77353]

Contents:
Presented by Miss Alice Edleston.
Settlement on the marriage of William Tomkinson of Manchester, gentleman, and Sarah Marsden of the same, widow, respecting four messuages with appurtenances in Bostock.

[no title or date]  RYCH/2885-2889

Archival history:
[R. 77354]

Contents:
The following relate to co. Lancaster

DARCY LEVER  [no ref. or date]

Grant by George Lorte alias Lorde of Dercye lever, husbandman, to James Bradshawe of the same, clothier, of all his right in a close of land called the furrfylde and a bank at the end of the same  RYCH/2885  June 1, 1591

Plea of recovery at Lancaster by Arthur Issherwood and Peter Greenhalgh against John Bradshawe concerning eleven messuages and land, etc. with appurtenances in Darcye Leaver and Bolton in le Mores  RYCH/2886  March 28, 1631

Contents:
Copy.

Plea of recovery at Lancaster by Robert Scott against Hugh Parr, gentlemen, concerning five messuages and land, etc. with appurtenances in Darcy Lever and Tonge  RYCH/2887  Aug. 26, 1704

Contents:
Copy.

HASLINGDEN  [no ref. or date]

Indenture of agreement between Robert Holden of Holden, esq., of the first part, Robert Hey of Haslingden, yeoman, of the second part, Oliver Taylor of the same, yeoman, of the third part, Raphe Holden of the same, yeoman, of the fourth part, Thomas Holden of the same, yeoman, of the fifth part, and Edward Rawstorne of the Lume, gentleman, and John Cunliffe of Wooddhead, gentleman, of the sixth part, respecting a conveyance to be made by the said Robert Holden and Raphe Holden, his son and heir, to the said Edward Rawstorne and John Cunliffe of four messuages with appurtenances in Haslingden called by the name of Cockham  RYCH/2888  Jan. 26, 1614

HUYTON  [no ref. or date]

Lease for three lives by John Harrington of Huyton Hey, esq., to Peter Williamson of Cronton, slater (trustee of Elizabeth Denton, daughter of John Denton late of Huyton), of a messuage and two parcels of land with appurtenances in Huyton  RYCH/2889  Aug. 2, 1690

Formerly Phillipps MS. 31843, being lot 303 in the 1911 sale  RYCH/2890  April 3, 1605

Archival history:
[R. 77719]

Contents:
Co. DEVON.
An extent of all the manors, etc. of the late John Pincombe, gentleman, inherited by his son and heir, John Pincombe the younger; taken at South Molton, co. Devon, Parchment roll. Seal missing.

[no title or date]  RYCH/2891-2976

Archival history:
[R. 78097]

Contents:
Presented by G. Calvert, esq. They relate to co. Lancaster unless otherwise stated

BACUP, etc  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also BRANDWOOD.

[no title]  RYCH/2891  June 9 1551

Contents:
Extract from proceedings at the Halmote of the manor of Accrington, held there before Arthur Darcy, kt., chief steward, concerning Robert Whittacar and Thomas Brige and a bridle-way in Roclyffwodde.

[no title]  RYCH/2892  Sept. 30, 1587 and May 4, 1588

Contents:
Two acquittances from John Lorde of Bacoppe, yeoman, to Adam Holden of Stubbelee, husbandman, for money concerned in a marriage agreement (Sept. 2, 1586) made between them.

[no title]  RYCH/2893  July 20, 1596

Contents:
Acquittance from James Lord alias Bolton of Baccop, yeoman, to Richard Holden and Robert Holden (executors of the late Adam Holden) for money bequeathed by the said Adam.

[no title]  RYCH/2894  Nov. 24, 1684

Contents:
General release by Ann Low of Baccop, ale-house keeper, to John Houlden of Trough, carpenter.

[no title]  RYCH/2895  Aug. 3, 1702

Contents:
Will of John Hoyle of Huttock.

[no title]  RYCH/2896  nd

Contents:
Communications from Richard Holden, James Haworth and others to various "brethren," relating mostly to certain religious differences with pastor Richard Ashworth. n.d. [Early xviiith cent.] Paper, 7 ff.
Cf. F. Overend, History of the Ebenezer Baptist Church, Bacup (London, 1912).

[no title]  RYCH/2897  May 6, 1740

Contents:
Memorandum of a surrender by Henry Heap of New Hall Hey in the Forest of Rossendale, yeoman, to Robert Cunliff, day labourer, of a messuage, etc. in Bacop.

[no title]  RYCH/2898  May 26, 1749

Contents:
Note from John Greenwood to James Hoyle concerning the estate of the late widow Cleg.

[no title]  RYCH/2899  Jan. 19, 1750

Contents:
Will of Richard Holden of Heyhead, yeoman.
Copy.

[no title]  RYCH/2900  Jan. 1, 1752

Contents:
Certificate of agreement between James Holden of Heyhead and his mother concerning her jointure of land in Heyhead.

[no title]  RYCH/2901  March 5, 1753

Contents:
Indenture of agreement between James Holden of Heyhead, clothier, and James Ashworth of Tonge in Spotland, yeoman, of the one part, and Adam Scholfield of Bacop, yeoman, of the other part, concerning the getting of coal in certain closes at Hoyle heyhead.

[no title]  RYCH/2902  July 17, 1767

Contents:
Will of Joshua Hoyle of Rockcliffe Wood, yeoman.
Copy. With note of probate (Oct. 18, 1768).

[no title]  RYCH/2903  July 17, 1783

Contents:
Oath of Hugh Royston of Walton in Sandal Magna parish, co. York, malster, that William Hoyle of or near Backup, yeoman dealer and chapman, is indebted to him for purchases of malt.

[no title]  RYCH/2904  Dec. 3, 1827

Contents:
Will of John Hoyle of Rockliff Wood near Bacop, woollen manufacturer.

[no title]  RYCH/2905  Dec. 31, 1840

Contents:
Agreement between David Lord of Rockliffe Wood near Bacup, beerseller, and Mary, his wife, concerning their separation.

BRANDWOOD, etc  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also BACUP.

[no title]  RYCH/2906  Feb. 10, 1664

Contents:
An inventory of the goods, etc., of Adam Holden, late of Stubbeeleigh, deceased, taken by Christopher Bridge, John Hoyle, Joseph Ashworth and James Ashworth.

[no title]  RYCH/2907  March 1, 1664

Contents:
Letters of administration of the late Adam Holden, granted to Anna Holden, his widow.

[no title]  RYCH/2908  Nov. 27, 1689

Contents:
Lease for twenty one years by Thomas Baskervile of Underwood in Spotland, gentleman, to Robert Haworth the elder of Rawcliffe, carpenter, of messuages, etc. in Rawckliffe.

[no title]  RYCH/2909  Jan. 2, 1691

Contents:
Acquittance from John Hoyle, yeoman, and Elizabeth, his wife, to Adam Houlden of Stubby lee, yeoman, for the marriage portion of the said Elizabeth.

[no title]  RYCH/2910  Oct. 17, 1709

Contents:
Agreement between Robert Haworth the elder, Robert Haworth the younger, Henry Haworth and James Lord, tenants of a messuage and tenement called Rokeliffe in Spotland, respecting the paths, etc. belonging to it.
Two copies.

[no title]  RYCH/2911  Sept. 2, 1713

Contents:
General release by Robert Payne, gentleman, and Margaret Baskervile, widow, both of New Sarum, Wilts, to Robert Haworth, Sarah Lord, Samuel Lord and James Lord, respecting the messuage called Rawcliffe.

[no title]  RYCH/2912  [Blank for day and month] 1719

Contents:
Will of Edmund Pilling of Ugshead in Spotland, husbandman.
Draft.

[no title]  RYCH/2913  Feb. 4, 1719/20

Contents:
Bond of Henry Haworth of Rockliffe, yeoman, to Adam Houlden of Redish hill in Rochdale parish, yeoman, respecting a conveyance by the former of a messuage and land in Rockliffe within Brandwood.

[no title]  RYCH/2914  March 11, 1720/21

Contents:
Agreement between Adam Houlden of Trough, yeoman, and James Pilling of Troughyate, husbandman, respecting the same.

[no title]  RYCH/2915  July 4, 1721

Contents:
Mortgage by Henry Haworth of Rowcliffe, yeoman, to Adam Houlden of Redish hill, yeoman, of a messuage, closes, etc. in Rowcliffe and Branwood.

[no title]  RYCH/2916  May 30, 1726

Contents:
Acknowledgement by the same to the same of a further debt, for which the above messuage, closes, etc. are a surety.

[no title]  RYCH/2917  May 17, 1728

Contents:
Lease for a year by Robert Howorth the elder, late of Rowcliffe in Spotland, yeoman, and now of Booth Fould in Rossendale, and his son Henry Howorth of Rowcliffe, yeoman, to Adam Holden of Hogshead in Spotland, yeoman, of premises and land in Rowcliffe, Brandwood and Spotland.

[no title]  RYCH/2918  May 18, 1728

Contents:
Release by the above Robert Howorth and Ann, his wife, and the above Henry Howorth and Elizabeth, his wife, to the above Adam Holden, of the same.

[no title]  RYCH/2919  May 18, 1728

Contents:
Bond of the above Robert and Henry Howorth to the above Adam Holden for performance of the above.

[no title]  RYCH/2920  Sept. 5, 1728

Contents:
Final concord at Lancaster between William Greenwood and Adam Holden, plaintiffs, and James Roberts, clerk, and Elizabeth, his wife, Robert Holdsworth, gentleman, and Rebecca, his wife, Robert Howorth and Anna, his wife, and Henry Howorth and Elizabeth, his wife, deforciants, respecting two messuages and land, etc. with appurtenances in Casleton, Spotland, Moorbank, Rawcliffe and Brandwood.

[no title]  RYCH/2921  Oct. 17, 1728

Contents:
Indenture between William Greenwood of Langfeild, co. York, and Adam Holden of Hogshead in Spotland, yeomen, declaring the uses of the above fine.

[no title]  RYCH/2922  n.d. [c. 1730.]

Paper, 1 f.

Contents:
Opinion in a case concerning John Lord's interest in lands, etc. at Tongue in Spotland, arising from the will of the late James Hoyle, his father-in-law.

[no title]  RYCH/2923  July 26, 1732

Contents:
Articles of agreement between Mary Hoyle of Tongue in Spotland, widow, and Adam Holden of Trough, yeoman, respecting rights of dower of the said Mary in messuages, etc. at Tonge.

[no title]  RYCH/2924  June 24, 1735

Contents:
Receipt of Robert Heyworth of Water in the Forest of Rossendale, John Hardman, and Richard Lord of Rockcliffe, yeoman, to John Holden of Stubilee, yeoman (an executor of the late Richard Holden of Stubilee), for legacies bequeathed by the said Richard.

[no title]  RYCH/2925  July 15, 1761

Contents:
Bond of James Holden of Hogshut in Brandwood, yeoman, to his brother Henry Holden of Tong in Brandwood, for the payment of 1001. Aug. 21, 1756. Endorsed is an acquittance from the said Henry to the said James.

[no title]  RYCH/2926  Jan. 14, 1811

Contents:
Judgement of the Rev. Thomas Dunham Whitaker, LL.D., and John Hargreaves, clerk, Justices of the Peace in Blackburn Hundred, concerning the repair of part of the Old Highway and a New Turnpike Road from Bacup to Rochdale by the inhabitants of Higher Brandwood.

[no title]  RYCH/2927  Trinity, 1812

Contents:
Plea at Westminster of John Turner and James Dawson, on behalf of the inhabitants of the division of Brandwood in Spotland township, concerning the repairing of part of the highway from Burnley to Rochdale.
Copy.

[no title]  RYCH/2928  Jan. 20, 1813

Contents:
Subpoena for James Ormerod and James Schofield in King v. the inhabitants of Brandwood township, respecting the same.

[no title]  RYCH/2929  [c. 1839-48.]

Contents:
Papers concerning a suit in Chancery between Maden and others and Veevers and others, respecting the working of mines of coal and other minerals under Tooter Hill and Reaps Moss.

HASLINGDEN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RYCH/2930  Oct. 28, 1669

Contents:
Conveyance from Richard Hoyle of Haslingden, yeoman, to John Barnes of Flaxmosse in Haslingden, yeoman, of land in Haslingden.

[no title]  RYCH/2931  Nov. 2, 1669

Contents:
Conveyance from Richard Hoyle of Haslingden, yeoman, to John Barnes of Flaxmosse, of two closes in Haslingden.

[no title]  RYCH/2932  Jan. 12, 1669/70

Seal, fragment.

Contents:
Conveyance from Richard Hoyle to John Barnes, jun., of Haslingden, yeoman, of messuages and land, apparently in Haslingden.

[no title]  RYCH/2933  May 2, 1699

Contents:
Extract from proceedings at the Halmote of Ralph, earl of Montagu, and Elizabeth, duchess of Albemarle, his wife, of the manor of Accrington, held there before Robert Sclater, deputy steward, concerning the admittance of Henry Kayley, jun., of Todmerden, to land at Flaxmosse.

HUNCOAT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RYCH/2934  May 21, 1661

Contents:
Acquittance from John Eytough of Huncote, yeoman, to Adam Houlden of Stubbelee, yeoman, for money concerned in the marriage agreement of Richard, son and heir of the said John, and Ann, daughter of the said Adam.

NEWCHURCH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RYCH/2935  Oct. 18, 1583

Contents:
Extract from proceedings at the Halmote of the manor of Accrington, held there before Richard Mollineux, esq., chief steward, respecting James Cleton(e).

[no title]  RYCH/2936  Feb. 14, 1753

Contents:
Bond of John Ormerod of Tunstead and John Hargreaves of Newchurch, gentlemen, to John Hoyle of Fairwall and Timothy Hoyle of Lee, yeoman, concerning an agreement about a pew in the chapel of Newchurch in Rossendale.

[no title]  RYCH/2937  Feb. 3, 1763

Contents:
Conveyance from the above John Hargreaves to the above John and Timothy Hoyle of a pew in the same.

PADIHAM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RYCH/2938  April 15, 1818. Probate, Aug. 3, 1819

Contents:
Will of Margaret Hoyle of Knighthill in the township of Padiham, widow.

RAWTENSTALL, etc  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RYCH/2939  Oct. 29, 1534

Contents:
Extract from proceedings at the Halmote of the manor of Accrington, respecting the admittance of Peter Yngham to premises at Constable, Henherdes and Frerehill.

[no title]  RYCH/2940  Feb. 3, 1611

Contents:
Bond for performance of John Romsbothom of Ockenheadwood, yeoman, to Edmund Yngham of Cunstablelie, yeoman.

[no title]  RYCH/2941  Sept. 27, 1623

Contents:
Will of Edmund Ingam of Cunstablee, yeoman.
Copy.

[no title]  RYCH/2942  May 2, 1628 and June 23, 1648
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Extracts from proceedings at the Halmote of the manor of Accrington concerning Sir Raphe Ashton, bart., Raphe Holden, esq., and Lawrence Rawstorne and two water corn-mills in the Forest of Rossendale and eleven messuages, etc. in the Booths of Okenheadwood, Cunstabliegh, Rowtenstall, Wolfendenbooth and Rackliffwood.

STANSFIELD (co. York)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RYCH/2943  Feb. 16, 1692/3

Contents:
Release by Richard Holden of Stubbilee in Brendwood, yeoman, to his father Adam Holden of Stubbilee, of a messuage and lands in Stansfield.

[no title]  RYCH/2944  March 12, 1693/4

Contents:
Acquittance of Edmund Barker of Greenehurst in Stansfield, to James Hoyle and Timothy Hoyle of Fairewell in Spotland, yeoman, for purchase money for certain lands (not specified).

[no title]  RYCH/2945  Feb. 8, 1708/9

Contents:
Bond of Adam Houlden, son of John Houlden of Reddissh hill in Spotland, yeoman, to John Houlden, jun., son of the said John, yeoman, respecting a messuage, etc. in the township of Stansfielde.

TOCKHOLES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RYCH/2946  Sept. 6, 1764

Contents:
Will of Adam Holden of Lifsey within Tockholes, minister of the Gospel.
Two copies.

TODMORDEN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RYCH/2947  May 7, 1700

Contents:
Acquittance of Henry Keley, yeoman, and Martha Keley of Todmorden Edge, to John Hoyle and James Hoyle, yeomen (executors of the late John Hoyle of Fairewell), for legacies bequeathed by the said John, deceased.

[no title]  RYCH/2948  May 7, 1700

Contents:
Similar acquittance from Henry Hoyle, yeoman, son of the above John Hoyle, deceased.

[no title]  RYCH/2949  Aug. 20, 1722

Contents:
Acquittance of Richard Ecroyd of [blank] in Burnley parish, yeoman, and Susan, his wife (only daughter and heir of Henry Kayley, late of Todmerden, yeoman, deceased), to James Hoyle of Lee in Spotland, yeoman, and Joshua Feilden of co. York, clothier (executors of the said Henry) for 2001., being the residue of the testator's personal estate.

WALMERSLEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RYCH/2950  July 24, 1684

Contents:
Award of Thomas Bradshawe of Hollins, gentleman, in a dispute between Elizabeth Haworth of Bacopp, spinster, and John Holden of Trough, carpenter, concerning a cottage and land in Walmesley within the manor of Bury.

WHITWORTH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RYCH/2951  1628

Contents:
Extracts from proceedings at courts of Sir Robert Heath, kt., for the manor of Rachdale, concerning the admittance of James Longbothome to land in the Troughe in Spotland.

[no title]  RYCH/2952  May 7, 1633

Contents:
Extracts from proceedings at courts of Sir Robert Heath, kt., for the manor of Rachdale, concerning James Longbothom, son of James Longbothom, and Adam Holden and premises in le Trough.

[no title]  RYCH/2953  April 26, 1636

Contents:
Extracts from proceedings at courts of Sir Robert Heath, kt., for the manor of Rachdale, concerning John Smith and Samuel Hanson of Sawrebie, co. York, and premises in le Trough.

[no title]  RYCH/2954  Sept. 29, 1658

Contents:
Extracts from proceedings at copyhold courts for the manor of Rachdall, concerning the admittance of John Pillinge to land near the Trough-Yate and on Uggshutt and of Edmund Pillinge to land at Trough.

[no title]  RYCH/2955  July 25, 1660 and July 1, 1664
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Extracts from proceedings at Courts Baron of Richard lord Byron, baron of Rachdall, for the manor of Rachdall, concerning John Smyth, Joshua Smyth, Robert Towne and James Dyson, jun., and premises at Trough.

[no title]  RYCH/2956  May 17, 1667

Contents:
Extracts from proceedings at Courts Baron of Richard lord Byron, baron of Rachdall, for the manor of Rachdall, concerning Grace and Katherine Pillinge (daughters of the late Edmund Pillinge) and land at Trough.

[no title]  RYCH/2957  March 3, 1669

Contents:
Acquittance of Thomas Posthumus Holte of Grislehurst, esq., to James Grindrod of Longacres in Whitworth, yeoman.

[no title]  RYCH/2958  May 6, 1669

Contents:
Extract from proceedings at the above Court Baron, concerning John Pillinge of Brandwood and land at Trough.

[no title]  RYCH/2959  Dec. 3, 1680

Contents:
Extracts from proceedings at the court of William lord Byron, baron of Rachdall, for the manor of Rachdall, concerning the admittance of John Pillinge of Trough to land at Trough and of James Lord of Troughyate to premises on Ugshutt in Brandwood.

[no title]  RYCH/2960  May 25, 1683

Contents:
Extracts from proceedings at the court of William lord Byron, baron of Rachdall, for the manor of Rachdall, concerning John Holden of Trough and premises at Trough in Whitworth.

[no title]  RYCH/2961  Oct. 23, 1688

Contents:
Extracts from proceedings at the court of William lord Byron, baron of Rachdall, for the manor of Rachdall, concerning John Pilling of Uggshutt and a messuage and land at Trough.

[no title]  RYCH/2962  June 28, 1693

Contents:
Receipt of Isabel Lord of Lonacres in Whitworth, widow, to John Holden of Radish hill in Whitworth and John Clegg of Levingreave in Whitworth, for purchase money for a yearly rent charged on two tenements called Fould Head and Wardles.

[no title]  RYCH/2963  Feb. 6, 1709/10

Contents:
Bond for performance of John Clegg of Levengreave in Whitworth, husbandman, to Adam Holden of Reddish Hill in Whitworth, carpenter.

[no title]  RYCH/2964  June 23, 1774. Probate, Sept. 3

Contents:
Will (two copies) of Henry Holden of Halsteads in Spotland, yeoman.

[no title]  RYCH/2965  Jan. 1, 1799

Contents:
Opinion of Thomas Plumer in a case arising from the Wills of Adam Holden (Sept. 6, 1764) and Henry Holden (June 23, 1774).

VARIOUS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RYCH/2966  Oct. 12, 1640 and Oct. 11, 1641

Contents:
Two receipts of Edward Boulton to Adam Holden and others.

[no title]  RYCH/2967  Sept. 10, 1670

Contents:
Arbitration award of Lawrence Rawstorne, esq., in a dispute between Adam Houlden, yeoman, and John Houlden, carpenter, both of Stubbie leigh, of the one part, and Edmund Jones, yeoman, and Elizabeth, his wife, of the other part.

[no title]  RYCH/2968  Aug. 2, 1686

Contents:
Bond of James Ashworth of Hughmill, yeoman, to Adam Holden of Stubilee, yeoman, for the observance of an award of Henry Hargraves of Nabb in the Forest of Rossendale, yeoman, in a dispute between Lawrence Rawstorne, of the one part, and the above Adam Holden and Jonathan Greave, John Ashworth, Nathan Lord, Jenet Hoyle and Thomas Hoyle, of the other part.

[no title]  RYCH/2969  Aug. 3, 1686

Contents:
Award of the above Henry Hargraves in the above dispute.

[no title]  RYCH/2970  May 21, 1716

Contents:
General release by Hugh Darlington of Manchester, inn keeper, to Ralph Hamer of Butterworth, gentleman, and Adam Holden of Spotland, yeoman.

[no title]  RYCH/2971  July 20, 1730

Contents:
Bond for payment of James Haworth of Liverpool, yeoman, to Robert Haworth of Booth Fold in Rossendale, yeoman.

[no title]  RYCH/2972  March 31, 1750

Contents:
Summons to Isaac Smith to appear in an action of trespass between Thomas Holdfast, plaintiff, and Lawrence Ormerod and others, defendants.
Copy.

[no title]  RYCH/2973  Sept. 26, 1750

Contents:
Receipt of Lawrence Ormerod to James Hoyle.

[no title]  RYCH/2974  Dec. 10, 1756

Contents:
Sale by Robert Howorth, son of James Howorth, to Timothy Hoyle of Lee in Spotland, yeoman, of an annuity bequeathed him by the late John Hoyle of Hall Barn in the Forest of Rossendale, yeoman.

[no title]  RYCH/2975  May 22, 1769

Contents:
Bond for payment of Timothy Hoyle of Lee in Spotland, yeoman, to Henry Clayton of Harwich, co. Essex, Excise Officer.

[no title]  RYCH/2976  1725-1867

Twenty-one items.

Contents:
Miscellaneous papers and family letters relating mostly to members of the Hoyle family.

They related to co. Lincoln unless otherwise stated  RYCH/2977-3260  [n.d.]

Archival history:
[R 54606]

Source of acquisition: Acquired from Julian Peacock, Esq.


ABDY, co. York (W.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Will of Robert Hudson of Abdy in Wath upon Dearne parish, co. York, wheelwright  RYCH/2977  27 June 1670

Contents:
Copy.

ALTHORPE  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance from Freeman Flower of Clapham, co. Surrey, esq., to William Brown of Gunhouse, gentleman, of a messuage and land, etc. in Althorpe, a pew in Althorpe church, and a cottage and land in Burringham  RYCH/2978  12 May 1769

Bond of William Brown of Althorpe, gentleman, and Sarah Brown, his daughter and heir, to Charles Greenfield of Burringham, gentleman, respecting a feoffment made between them  RYCH/2979  24 June 1795

ASHBY  [no ref. or date]

Grant by Richard Gotson of Asseby to John Gotson of the same, his brother, and Margaret, his [John's] wife, of a moiety of a messuage in Asseby and all his arable lands, meadows and pastures in the vills and territories of Asseby and Brumby which descended to him from John Gotson his father  RYCH/2980  7 Jan. 1439

Seal, missing.

Grant by John Kelsey of Asseby to John Gotson of the same, of land in the fields and meadows of Asseby, including a small parcel of meadow anglice vocata half a swathe  RYCH/2981  12 Dec. 1444

Seal, imperf.

Grant by John Cutler to his son Robert Cutler of a toft and land in Ashby  RYCH/2982  4 Oct. 1551

Seal.

Release by William Gotson of Askeby, tailor, to Richard Gotson, his brother, of all his right, etc. in a messuage and land in Askeby  RYCH/2983  3 Oct. 1564

Seal, imperf.

A note of meadow in Ashby Marsh  RYCH/2984  n.d. [early 17th cent.]

Feoffment from Robert Beck of Asheby alias Askeby, yeoman, to Richard Parkin of the same, yeoman, of a messuage and land in Asheby  RYCH/2985  14 May 1604

Seal, imperf.

Bond for performance of the above  RYCH/2986  14 May 1604

Seal missing.

Bargain and sale by Richard Parkin of Ashbie to George Hall of Brumby and his wife Margaret of a messuage and land in Ashbie. With schedule attached  RYCH/2987  12 Apr. 1606

Seal missing.

Bond for performance of the above  RYCH/2988  12 Apr. 1606

Bargain and sale by John Parkinson of Scunthorpe, yeoman, to Peter Wetherhead of Asbie, yeoman, of a messuage and land in Asbie  RYCH/2989  4 Dec. 1606

Seal, imperf.

Bond for performance of the above  RYCH/2990  4 Dec. 1606

Seal, fragment.

Bargain and sale by the same to Peter Wetherhead alias Wetheritt of Ashby, yeoman, of land in Ashby  RYCH/2991  17 Oct. 1607

Seal missing.

Bond for performance of the above  RYCH/2992  17 Oct. 1607

Seal.

Feoffment by William Godson alias Gotson of Ashby, husbandman, his wife Jeannette and Richard their son to Anthony Godson of Bottesford, yeoman, of a messuage and land in Ashby  RYCH/2993  31 Mar. 1608

Three seals.

Bond for performance of the above  RYCH/2994  31 Mar. 1608

Seal.

Feoffment from Anthony Godson alias Gotson of Asbie, yeoman, and his wife Margaret, to Richard Godson of Scawbie, bachelor, of a messuage and land in Asbie  RYCH/2995  3 Oct. 1622

Bargain and sale by Peter Wetherhead of Asby, husbandman, to William Clarke of the same, yeoman, of land in Asby  RYCH/2996  30 May 1623

Bond for performance of the above  RYCH/2997  30 May 1623

Bargain and sale by the same and his wife Agnes Wetherhead, to the above William Clarke, of land in Asbye  RYCH/2998  5 June 1623

Two seals (one imperf.).

Lease for eleven years by the above William Clarke to the above Peter Wetherhead of the land he acquired by RYCH/2998 above  RYCH/2999  20 Jan. 1624

Contents:
With counterpart.

Feoffment from Anthony Godson of Asbye, yeoman, to Richard Godson of Scawbie, husbandman, of land on Asbie Moor  RYCH/3000  5 June 1628

Sale by Matthew Hall of Asbie, yeoman, to William Clarke of the same, yeoman, of land in Asby  RYCH/3001  21 June 1632

Seal.

Final concord between William Clarke and John Clarke, plaintiffs, and Matthew Hall and his wife Mary and John Smyth and his wife Matthia, respecting a cottage and land in Asby  RYCH/3002  20 Jan. 1633

Bargain and sale by Matthew Hall of Asbye, yeoman, to William Clarke of the same, yeoman, of land in Asbye  RYCH/3003  1 May 1633

Seal.

Bond for performance of the above  RYCH/3004  1 May 1633

Bargain and sale by Matthew Godson of Asbie, mason, to his brother Henry Godson of the same, labourer, of a toft and land in Asbie  RYCH/3005  19 May 1638

Seal.

Bond for performance of the above  RYCH/3006  19 May 1638

Bond of John Fowler of Conisbye and his mother Lucy Fowler of Froddingham, widow, to William Clarke of Asbie, yeoman, for performance of convenants contained in a grant to the said William of land in Asbie  RYCH/3007  24 June 1642

Two seals, imperf.

Release by Richard Parkins of Kingston upon Hull [co. York], gentleman, to Nathaniel Bulwer of Risby, clerk, of all his right, etc. in a cottage, half another cottage and land in Asby  RYCH/3008  10 Sept. 1642

A tarrie [terrier] of three quarterens of an oxgan of arible land, meadow and pasture lying wthin the feilds and territores of Asbie, bargained and sould by William Lightfoot to William Clarke of the same towne  RYCH/3009  1649

Paper, 2 "skins".

A note of ye Moores in Ashby  RYCH/3010  n.d. [mid-17th cent.]

Sale by Thomas Godfrey of Kingston upon Hull [co. York], mariner, to William Clarke of Assby, yeoman, of one sixteenth of the ship called Ye Providence of Hull and of the boat, stock, cables, etc. of the same  RYCH/3011  10 Nov. 1670

Exemplification of records relating to the title of Richard Hilbert and James Clarke to property in Ashby, made at their request  RYCH/3012  23 July 1682

Bargain and sale by Edward Parkin of Ashby, gentleman, to John Clarke of the same, gentleman, of a cottage and land in Ashby  RYCH/3013  5 May 1687

Seal.

Indenture of exchange between Richard Kitching of Flixbrough, gentleman, and John Healey of Frodingham, gentleman, of land in Ashby  RYCH/3014  10 Sept. 1722

Ashby Quarterly Tax, May ye 10, 1725  RYCH/3015  nd

What William Clarke hath disburst in the Cargravers office  RYCH/3016  1727

Abstract of the title of Edward Skinner and Everatt Jackson to freehold land at Ashby  RYCH/3017  1874

BARNBY MOOR, co. Nott  [no ref. or date]

Will of Ann Scales of Barnby Moor, spinster, 31 July 1804. Letters of administration, granted to her sister and sole executor Phoebe Scales, 25 Nov. 1805.  RYCH/3018  nd

BARNBY-UPON-DON, co. York (W.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Will of Joshua Hepworth of Barnby upon Dunn, co. York  RYCH/3019  14 Aug. 1786. Codicil 25 Dec. 1788

Contents:
Copy.

BELTON  [no ref. or date]

Lease for possession by Stephen Caister the elder of Bottesford, gentleman, Mary his wife, and Stephen Caister the younger of Houlden, co. York, gentleman, his son, to Robert Poplewell of Belton, gentleman, of four selions of land in Belton  RYCH/3020  16 Nov. 1705

BEVERLEY, co. York (E.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Will of Thomas Vessey of Beverley  RYCH/3021  10 May 1703. Probate 18 Aug

BOTTESFORD  [no ref. or date]

The endowment of Bottesford, 4 May 1310. True copy [18th cent.] extracted from the Registry of the Diocese of Lincoln  RYCH/3022  nd

Surrender by Margaret Bower of Bottesforth, widow of Ralph Bower, esq., to Marmaduke Tyrwhitt of Scotter, esq., of all her right in the manor of Bottesforth and in divers lands, tenements, etc. which she holds for term of her life by grant, etc. of the late Thomas Reresby, esq  RYCH/3023  4 Oct. 1591

Seal missing.

Bargain and sale by Marmaduke Tirwhitt of Scotton, esq., and his son and heir Robert Tirwhitt to Thomas Urye of Messingham and William Shawe of Ashbye, gentlemen, of the manor of Bottesworth alias Bottesford and all other lands, etc. there and in Yadlethorpe alias Yettlethorpe which were acquired by Charles Sutton, Richard Welbye and Thomas Yorke by letters patent of 37 Hen. VIII, together with messuages, cottages and lands in the same; with covenant that an equal division of the same is to be made between the said Thomas and William  RYCH/3024  13 Sept. 1595

Bond of the above Marmaduke and Robert to the above William Shawe for performance of the same  RYCH/3025  13 Sept. 1595

Feoffment from the same to the above Thomas Urye and William Shawe in performance of RYCH/3024 above  RYCH/3026  20 Sept. 1595

Deed of partition between the above Thomas and William, of the same  RYCH/3027  10 June 1597

Settlement on the marriage of John Shawe, son and heir of William Shawe of Bottesworth alias Bottesford, gentleman, and Elizabeth Borrow, daughter of Silvester Borrow, late of Kirton, esq., deceased  RYCH/3028  23 Sept. 1597

Seal.

Grant by the above William Shawe to Thomas Darnell, esq., and John Parkins, yeoman, of all that moiety of Bottesford manor and of the lands, etc. there and in Yadlethorpe which he acquired by RYCH/3024 above; in part fulfilment of the above marriage settlement (RYCH/3028)  RYCH/3029  23 Sept. 1597

Grant to William Parkins of Ashbye, gentleman, of the custody, wardship and marriage of John Shawe, son and heir of the late John Shawe. With extent attached  RYCH/3030  23 Nov. 1616

Seal missing.

Grant of general livery to John Shawe, son of John Shawe, late of Bottesworthe, deceased  RYCH/3031  28 May 1625

Seal in white bag.

Grant of general livery to Marmaduke Dolman for and in the right of his wife Ann, sister and heir of John Shawe, gentleman, deceased  RYCH/3032  25 June 1634

Seal.

Release by William Shawe of London, merchant tailor, to Marmaduke Douleman of Bottesford, gentleman, and his wife Anne, and Elizabeth Shawe and Beatrice Shawe, both of the same, widows, of all his right, etc. in all his lands, tenements and hereditaments in Bottesford and Yaddlethorpe  RYCH/3033  28 Nov. 1634

Seal.

Feoffment by Marmaduke Dolman of Bottesford, gentleman, Anne his wife, and Elizabeth Shawe of the same, widow, to William Lincoln of the same, clerk, of four pieces of ground in Bottesford  RYCH/3034  14 Feb. 1650

Memorandum of an agreement between Marmaduke Dolman, gentleman, and Henry Lillingston, gentleman, respecting certain yearly payments to be made by the latter for lands demised to him by the said Marmaduke and Mrs. Shawe  RYCH/3035  8 Nov. 1652

Final concord between Henry Lillingston, gentleman, plaintiff, and Marmaduke Dolman and John Dolman, gentlemen, respecting a messuage and land in Bottesford and Yadlethorpe  RYCH/3036  6 June 1653

Contents:
With counterpart.

Indenture of covenants between John Doleman of Bottesford alias Bottesworth, gentleman, and Thomas Morley of Holme in Bottesford parish, for the levying of a fine respecting the manor house of Bottesford and all other the lands, etc. in the same and in Yaddlethorpe which are in the said John's possession or which he has in reversion expectant on the death of Elizabeth Shawe, widow, his grandmother  RYCH/3037  19 Mar. 1654

Seal missing.

Final concord between the same, respecting a messuage, thirteen cottages and land in Botesford and Yadlethorpe  RYCH/3038  30 Apr. 1655

Contents:
With counterpart.

Agreement between Oakeley Lincolne of Bottsworth alias Bottsford, widow, and William Lincolne of the same, clerk, of the one part, and John Dollman of the same, gentleman, of the other, respecting a judgement obtained by the two former against the latter  RYCH/3039  19 Feb. 1657

Two seals, missing.

Deed of settlement between Henry Lillingston of Bottesford esq., and his wife Elizabeth, of the first part, Ann Dolman of the parish of St. Clement Danes, co. Middx., spinster (sister of the said Elizabeth), of the second, Ursula Dolman of the same parish, spinster (sister of Elizabeth and Ann), of the third part, John Dolman of Bottesford, gentleman (brother of Elizabeth, Ann and Ursula), of the fourth part, and Henry Morley of Lincoln, apothecary, and John Whittingham of Kirton in Lindsey, gentleman, of the fifth part, of six messuages and land in Bottesford  RYCH/3040  1 Apr. 1658

Contents:
With duplicate.

Release by the above Henry Lillingston and his wife Elizabeth to the above John Dolman of a proviso contained in the above deed of settlement  RYCH/3041  2 Apr. 1659

Contents:
Two seals, missing.

[no title]  RYCH/3042  25 Apr. 1659

Contents:
Oath of the above Henry Lillingston that he has not in his possession any evidences touching lands in Bottesworth late the freehold inheritance of the late Anne Dolman other than those he has delivered to John Dolman in performance of the above deed (3040)

Release by the above Anne Dolman and Ursula Dolman to the above John Dolman of a proviso contained in the above deed (3040)  RYCH/3043  2 Apr. 1661

Will of William Dolman of Bottesford, gentleman  RYCH/3044  8 May 1662. Probate, 17 Oct

Bargain and sale by John Dolman of Bottesford alias Bottesworth, gentleman, and Persida his wife, and Mary Nevile of the Close of Lincoln, spinster, to John Disney of Swinderby, esq., of a cottage and land in Bottesford  RYCH/3045  7 July 1664

General release by Henry Lilingston, esq., to Ann Dolman, spinster  RYCH/3046  1 Oct. 1671

General release by Edward Story of Bernards Inn, London, esq., to John Dolman of Botesworth, gentleman  RYCH/3047  10 June 1673

Mortgage by John Dolman of Bottesford alias Bottesworth, gentleman, to Elizabeth Lamb of Lincoln, widow, of three cottages, a tenement and land in Bottesford  RYCH/3048  9 Apr. 1678

Feoffment to uses by John Dolman of Bottesworth alias Bottesford, gentleman, and Persida his wife, William Gamble, gentleman, and his wife Mary, John Wyvell of Osgodby, co. York, esq., and Dorothy his wife, and James Turre of Belton, gentleman, and Elizabeth his wife (which Persida, Mary, Dorothy and Elizabeth are daughters and coheirs of the late William Lincolne, D.D.), to Thomas Williamson of Scotter, esq., and George Healey of Conisby, gentleman, of a moiety of the manor and lordship of Bottesford and the manor house, and messuages, lands, etc. there and in Yadlethorpe, Burton on Stather and West Halton of which the said Dr. Lincolne was seised  RYCH/3049  16 Apr. 1681

Settlement on the marriage of John Dolman of Bottesforth, gentleman, and Anna Wolley of the Bayle of Lincoln  RYCH/3050  15 Nov. 1683

Bargain and sale by William Gamble and his son Lincoln Gamble of Clifford's Inn, London, gentlemen, to Stephen Caister of Lincoln, gentleman, of four closes in Bottesworth alias Bottesford  RYCH/3051  18 Oct. 1684

Contents:
Counterpart.

Final concord between William Dolman, gentleman, plaintiff, and John Dolman, gentleman, and Ann his wife, respecting a messuage, four cottages and land in Bottesford  RYCH/3052  9 Feb. 1686

Bond of indemnity of John Dolman of Bottesford, esq., and William Dolman of the same, gentleman, to Charles Healey of Frodingham, gentleman  RYCH/3053  17 Sept. 1688

Marriage settlement of William Dolman (son and heir of John Dolman of Bottesford, gentleman, and his late wife Persida) and Elizabeth Cary of Ganesburgh, widow  RYCH/3054  17 and 18 Apr. 1689

Letters of administration of Ann Dolman, late of Bottesford, deceased, granted to her brother John Dolman  RYCH/3055  12 Mar. 168[rest torn.]

Mortgage by John Dolman of Bottesford, gentleman, to Josias Morley of Retburne, gentleman, of four cottages, a tenement, three closes and land in Bottesford  RYCH/3056  5 Mar. 1691

Mortgage by William Dolman of Bottesworth alias Bottesford, gentleman, his wife Elizabeth, Charles Healey of Froddingham, gentleman, and Charles Woolley of Ashby, gentleman, to Josias Morley of Retburne, gentleman, of the capital messuage or manor house in Bottesford and all lands and tenements there which descended to John Dolman and his late wife Persida (parents of the said William) from the late William Lincolne, D.D. (father of Persida), together with a piece of ground adjoining the said capital messuage  RYCH/3057  7 and 8 Dec. 1691

Receipt of William Dolman to Josias Morley for consideration money mentioned in RYCH/3057 above  RYCH/3058  8 Dec. 1691

Assignment from Charles Healey of Froddingham, gentleman, to Josias Morley of Retburne, gentleman, of a bond  RYCH/3059  8 Dec. 1691

Will of John Dolman of Bottesford, gentleman  RYCH/3060  4 June 1692. Probate, 10 Nov. 1694

Mortgage as RYCH/3057 above  RYCH/3061  27 July 1693

Promise of Marmaduke Dolman, gentleman, to redeliver to Josias Morley, gentleman, an indenture to lead the uses of a fine made between John Dolman and Anne his wife, of the one part, and William Dolman, of the other, and dated 15 Jan. 1685. 2 Mar. 1694  RYCH/3062  nd

General release by William Hardy of Alford, gentleman, to Marmaduke Dolman (son and executor of John Dolman, late of Bottesford, gentleman)  RYCH/3063  7 Nov. 1694

Mortgage by Josiah Morley of Retburne, gentleman, and Elizabeth Dolman of Bottesford, widow, to Christopher Pym of Glamfordbriggs, apothecary, of the properties mortgaged by RYCH/3061 above  RYCH/3064  9 and 10 Dec. 1698

Mortgage by Marmaduke Dolman of London, mercer (son of John Dolman, late of Bottesford, deceased), to George Rayner of Ganesburgh, gentleman, of cottages, closes, a tenement and land in Bottesford  RYCH/3065  14 Apr. 1699

Mortgage by Christopher Pym of Glamford Briggs, apothecary, with the consent of Elizabeth Dolman of Botesford, widow of William Dolman, gentleman, to Robert Dixon of West Owmby, clerk, of the premises mortgaged to him by RYCH/3064 above  RYCH/3066  7 and 8 June 1700

Assignment from George Rayner of Ganesburgh, gentleman, to Thomas Simpkinson of Upton, gentleman, of the premises mortgaged to him by RYCH/3065 above  RYCH/3067  14 Oct. 1706

Articles of agreement between Elizabeth Dolman of Lincoln, widow, and Samuel Crowder of Botsford, farmer, respecting a lease by the former to the latter of her two halls or capital messuages with appurtenances in Botsford  RYCH/3068  10 Mar. 1709

Agreement between William Dolman of Doncaster, co. York (son and heir of William Dolman late of Botsford, gentleman, deceased), and Robert Dixon of Owmeby, clerk, respecting RYCH/3066 above  RYCH/3069  8 Jan. 1712/13

Mortgage by Robert Dixon of West Owmby, clerk, Elizabeth Dolman of Bottesford, widow, and William Dolman of Doncaster, co. York, her son, to John Morley, D.D., rector of Scotton, of the premises mortgaged by RYCH/3066 above  RYCH/3070  8 and 9 July 1715

Final concord between John Morley, S.T.P., plaintiff, and William Dolman, gentleman, respecting a messuage, two cottages and land in Bottesford alias Bottesworth  RYCH/3071  20 Jan. 1716

Contents:
With counterpart.

Indenture between the same parties declaring the above mortgaged premises (3070) to be security for an additional sum borrowed by the above William Dolman from the above John Morley  RYCH/3072  30 Apr. 1717

As RYCH/3072  RYCH/3073  30 June 1717

Deed of William Dolman of Doncaster, co. York, gentleman (nephew, heir and devisee of Marmaduke Dolman, late of London, mercer, deceased), to lead the uses of a common recovery of his estate, late Marmaduke Dolman's  RYCH/3074  10 Apr. 1718

Assignment by Thomas Simpkinson of Gainsburgh, gentleman, by the direction of William Dolman, to John Morley, D.D., rector of Scotton, of the premises mortgaged to him above (3067)  RYCH/3075  29 Apr. 1718

As RYCH/3072  RYCH/3076  29 Apr. 1718

Exemplification of a plea of David Robinson, plaintiff, against John Launder, gentleman, deforciant, respecting five messuages and land in Bottesford alias Bottesworth  RYCH/3077  26 May 1718

Indenture declaring that the mortgaged premises assigned by RYCH/3075 above shall be security for an additional sum borrowed by the above William Dolman from the above John Morley  RYCH/3078  29 Oct. 1718

As RYCH/3072  RYCH/3079  6 Nov. 1718

As RYCH/3078  RYCH/3080  1 June 1719

Settlement on the marriage of William Dolman of Doncaster, co. York, gentleman, and Mary Liech of the same, spinster  RYCH/3081  2 Dec. 1719

Bond of the above William Dolman to John Liech of St. Martin in the Fields, co. Middlesex, mercer, respecting the above settlement  RYCH/3082  3 Dec. 1719

Assignment from William Gylby of Gray's Inn, co. Middx., esq., and Laurence Robinson of Kingston upon Hull [co. York], merchant, to Francis Boynton of Beverley, co. York, esq., George Holgate of the same, esq., John Morley, D.D., Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford, and William Fenwick of Kingston upon Hull, co. York, esq., of an annuity in trust  RYCH/3083  6 Jan. 1720

Deed of William Dolman of Doncaster, co. York, gentleman, to lead the uses of a common recovery of the manor of Bottesford alias Bottesworth alias Bottesforth, and messuages and parcels of land there  RYCH/3084  3 Aug. 1721

As RYCH/3078  RYCH/3085  30 Sept. 1721

Exemplification of a plea of George Rayner, gentleman, against Thomas Hutton, gentleman, respecting the manor of Bottesford and a messuage and land there  RYCH/3086  28 Nov. 1721

As RYCH/3085  RYCH/3087  30 Apr. 1724

Conveyance from the Rev. John Morley, D.D., Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford, and Rector of Scotton, to Mary Liech, widow, Anne Gilbey (wife of John Gilbey) and Mary Dolman, widow, all of Doncaster, co. York, of the premises mortgaged to him by RYCH/3070 above  RYCH/3088  1 and 2 Aug. 1728

Articles of agreement between the landowners and inhabitants of the township of Burringham, on the one part, and the inhabitants and parishioners of the parish of Botsford, on the other part, respecting the payment of Bottesford church rate  RYCH/3089  8 July 1745

Lease by Persida Dolman of Doncaster, co. York, spinster, to Abraham Hawksworth of Thorn, co. York, yeoman, of the Great Hall Farm in Botsworth, for twenty-one years  RYCH/3090  6 Oct. 1753

Memorandum of an agreement between Richard Sheppard of Doncaster, co. York, gentleman (on behalf of Henry Marsden, esq., and his wife Persida), of the one part, and John Dowson of Thorne, co. York, gentleman (on behalf of Edward Peacock of Northorp, yeoman), of the other, for a conveyance to the said Edward Peacock of the Botsworth estate  RYCH/3091  16 June 1755

Contents:
Copy.

Lease for possession by Henry Marsden of Wennington Hall, co. Lancaster, esq., and his wife Persida (sister and heir of Elizabeth Dolman, spinster), to Edward Peacock of Northrop, yeoman, of the manor of Bottesford, alias Bottesworth, the Little Hall there, and all other the messuages, cottages, hereditaments, etc. belonging or appertaining to the said Henry and Persida in the parish of Bottesford. 5 Apr. 1756. The release [6 Apr. 1756] is missing  RYCH/3092  nd

Bond for performance of the above  RYCH/3093  6 Apr. 1756

Final concord between Edward Peacock, plaintiff, and Henry Marsden, esq., and Persida his wife, deforciants, respecting the manor of Bottesford, two messuages, ten cottages, ten tofts and land in Bottesford parish  RYCH/3094  14 June 1756

Mr. [Edward] Peacock's case relating to the purchase of Botsworth estate  RYCH/3095  n.d. [c. 1756]

Mortgage in fee by Thomas Peacock of Northorpe (son and heir of the late Edward Peacock) to John Box of Thorne, co. York, gentleman, of the manor of Bottesford alias Bottesforth alias Bottesworth, and the Little Hall and divers cottages, closes, etc. there  RYCH/3096  13 Oct. 1759

Declaration of trust by William Healey of Southorpe, farmer, respecting Jeremiah Gill of Gainsbrough, gentleman  RYCH/3097  3 Mar. 1761

Exchange by Thomas Peacock of Northorpe, gentleman, the Rev. Edward Bristowe of Messingham, clerk, vicar of Bottesford, and Elizabeth Clixby of Bottesford, widow, of land in Bottesford  RYCH/3098  15 May 1764

A schedule of the title deeds of Mr. Thomas Peacock to his manor of and estate at Bottesford. With receipt of Samuel Crompton for the same  RYCH/3099  1 Apr. 1775

Contents:
With copy.

Will of Francis Sowerby of Bottesford, farmer  RYCH/3100  5 Aug. 1788

Contents:
True copy.

Abstract of the title of William Hall, esq., to leasehold lands at Bottesford  RYCH/3101  1772-96

Articles of agreement between William Hall of Kingston upon Hull, co. York, gentleman, and Thomas Peacock of Northorpe, gentleman, for drawing and warping land at Botsford and East Butterwick under the superintendence of Anthony Bower  RYCH/3102  Jan. 1799

Conveyance by Thomas Gerrard Ferrand of Trinity College, Cambridge, esq., to Thomas Peacock of Northorpe, esq., of premises at Bottesford and Yaddlethorpe  RYCH/3103  6 Apr. 1807

Release by William Southworth Ashton of Carlton Scroop, gentleman, and his wife Mary Ann, to Edward Shaw Peacock of Northorpe, gentleman, of a legacy charged upon hereditaments at Botsford, Yaddlethorpe and Northorpe  RYCH/3104  20 Oct. 1825

Memorandum of an agreement between Edward Peacock of Botsford Moors, esq., of the one part, and Charles Park of Botsford and John Smith of the parish of Carlton, co. Nott., farmers, for taking a farm at Botsford  RYCH/3105  1831

Letters of administration of the goods of William Eastland, late of Bottesford parish, deceased  RYCH/3106  6 Nov. 1844

Reconveyance by John Staniforth Beckett of Torquay, co. Devon, esq., and Edward Peacock of Bottesford Moors, gentleman, to Edward Shaw Peacock of Bottesford Moors, esq., of lands in Bottesford parish  RYCH/3107  4 Oct. 1854

Release by Edward Shaw Peacock of Bottesford Moors, gentleman, to his son and heir Edward Peacock of Bottesford, gentleman, of estate at Bottesford  RYCH/3108  30 July 1855

Record of the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace respecting the diversion of part of a public highway by Edward Shaw Peacock of Bottesford, esq  RYCH/3109  6 Jan. 1860

Miscellaneous papers relating to the Peacock family  RYCH/3110  [19th cent.]

14 Items

BRIGG  [no ref. or date]

Will of Thomas Mills of Brigg, gentleman  RYCH/3111  29 Feb. 1836. Probate, 27 Mar. 1837

BRISTOL, co. Gloucester  [no ref. or date]

Will of Ann Cary, daughter of William Cary of Bristol, clerk and Chancellor of the Diocese  RYCH/3112  29 Mar. 1791. Probate, 2 Oct. 1795

BRUMBY  [no ref. or date]

Will of William Parkinson of Brumby, yeoman  RYCH/3113  3 Oct. 1665

Award of Sir Edward Rosseter of Somerby, kt., arbitrator in a dispute between Robert Parkinson the elder of Scunthorpe, yeoman, George Wingreene, butcher, and his wife Jane, Robert Parkinson the elder of Burringham, yeoman, and John Parkinson, yeoman, respecting a claim to messuages, etc. late of William Parkinson of Bromby, deceased, in Bromby, Scunthorpe and Frodingham  RYCH/3114  17 Aug. 1666

Seal missing.

Note by George Micklethwait respecting caveats entered by him in the case of the goods of William Parkinson late of Brumby, deceased  RYCH/3115  20 Aug. 1666

Inventory of the goods and chattels of the late William Parkinson, made by Thomas Johnson, John Stevens and John Slater, all of Brumby, yeomen  RYCH/3116  23 Oct. 1666

Release by Roger Netleshipp of Glamford Brigge, woollen draper, and his wife Anne, to Robert Parkinson the elder of Scunthorpe, yeoman, of their right, etc. in messuages in Brumby, Scunthorpe and Froddingham, formerly the inheritance of William Parkinson of Brumby, deceased, and David Parkinson of Scunthorpe, deceased  RYCH/3117  7 Apr. 1670

A trew, peffecte [sic] Bill of all ye mesuages, toftes, oxganes of middow, oxganes of more, and acres of land wch hath beene antyently seste [assessed] for ye building and repaireing Brumby sewer  RYCH/3118  May 1682

BURRINGHAM  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale by John Healey of Asbie, gentleman, and his wife, Ann, to John Healey of Burringham, sailor, of a toft and land in Burringham  RYCH/3119  27 Nov. 1645

Two seals (one missing).

Bond for performance of the above  RYCH/3120  27 Nov. 1645

Seal missing.

Inventory of the goods and chattels of John Foster, late of Burringham, deceased  RYCH/3121  22 Oct. 1714

Conveyance from George Denison of Headon, co. York, merchant, and his wife Mary to Freeman Flower of Gainsbrough, esq., of a cottage and land in Burringham  RYCH/3122  25 and 26 June 1756

Bond for performance of the above  RYCH/3123  26 June 1756

Agreement between Edward Peacock of Yaddlethorpe, esq., and William Hall of Cottingham Hall, co. York, esq., respecting the warping of certain lands in Burringham  RYCH/3124  5 Mar. 1840

BUTTERWICK, East  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of the title of William Hall, esq., to lands at East Butterwick  RYCH/3125  1684-1798

Conveyance by William Hall of Kingston upon Hull [co. York], esq., to Thomas Peacock of Northorpe, esq., of lands at East Butterwick  RYCH/3126  11 Apr. 1816

Parliamentary declaration of Thomas Lockwood of Burringham, farmer, as to the title of John Walker and Thomas Walker to two parcels of land in East Butterwick  RYCH/3127  26 June 1838

Bond of indemnity of John Walker of Lound, co. Nott., and Thomas Walker of Sutton cum Lound parish, co. Nott., gentlemen, to Edward Shaw Peacock of Bottesford Moors, gentleman  RYCH/3128  14 July 1838

Conveyance by John Walker and Thomas Walker to Edward Shaw Peacock of two pieces of land in East Butterwick  RYCH/3129  14 July 1838

Mortgage in fee by Edward Shaw Peacock of Bottesford Moors, gentleman, to John Stainforth Beckett of Conisburgh, co. York, esq., and Francis Marchant of Hemsworth, co. York, M.D., of lands in East Butterwick and Bottesford  RYCH/3130  20 May 1843

COTTINGHAM, w. Northampton  [no ref. or date]

Compotus of Robert Chapman, collector there  RYCH/3131  Mich. 1523-Mich. 1524

Parchment roll, 2 skins. Imperf.

EDLINGTON  [no ref. or date]

Will of John Hutchinson of Edlington, gentleman  RYCH/3132  30 Mar. 1691

Contents:
True copy.

Letters of administration of the late John Hutchinson granted to his brother Charles Hutchinson  RYCH/3133  7 July 1701

FALDINGWORTH  [no ref. or date]

Will of John Navyll, gentleman  RYCH/3134  12 Aug. 1505

FERRY, East  [no ref. or date]

Testament of Francis Rowbothom of East Ferry, yeoman  RYCH/3135  29 Oct. 1655

FRODINGHAM  [no ref. or date]

Will of Mary Parkinson of Frodingham, widow  RYCH/3136  19 Mar. 1680. Probate, 26 Apr. 1681

GLANFORD BRIGG  [no ref. or date]

Roll of courts with view of frankpledge of the feoffees of William Tyrwhit, kt., 1503-4. [The margin is decayed and the names of the places where the courts were held are now gone, save for "Glamefford Brygg"]  RYCH/3137  nd

Parchment, 2 skins. Imperf.

Will of William Morley of Glamford Briggs  RYCH/3138  10 Mar. 1865. Probate, 22 May

GUNTHORPE  [no ref. or date]

Final concord between Forth Winter, gentleman, plaintiff, and Thomas Glew and his wife Mary, and James Mason and his wife Margaret, deforciants, respecting two messuages two cottages and land in Gunthorpe, Yaddelthorpe and the parishes of Owston and Bottesford  RYCH/3139  26 Nov. 1753

HEMSWORTH, co. York  [no ref. or date]

Instructions for my funeral, by Michael Woodcock  RYCH/3140  18 Apr. 1825

HOLME  [no ref. or date]

Articles of agreement between John Morley of Holme, esq., and James Calah of Knaresborough, co. York, esq., for cutting a drain and erecting bridges at Holme  RYCH/3141  7 Aug. 1809

Will of John Morley of Holme, esq  RYCH/3142  30 Nov. 1810. Probate, 25 May 1811

Miscellaneous letters (17) and papers relating to Holme and the Morley family  RYCH/3143  [18th-19th cent.]

48 Items.

HOOK, co. York  [no ref. or date]

Will of Alice Hall of Hook, 21 June 1725. Letters of administration granted to Elizabeth, wife of William Godrey, 28 Nov  RYCH/3144  nd

KIRTON  [no ref. or date]

Will of John Wilkinson of Kirton, yeoman  RYCH/3145  26 May 1756. Probate, 3 Mar. 1760

Conveyance from Charles Wigelsworth of Manton, gentleman, to Richard Short of Kirton, farmer, of parcels of land in the fields of Kirton  RYCH/3146  4 and 5 Apr. 1774

Surrender by Richard Short of Elksley, co. Nott., grazier, of all his messuages, cottages, etc. in Kirton to such uses as he may direct by his last will and testament  RYCH/3147  19 July 1784

KIRTON, Parish of  [no ref. or date]

Will of Francis Wilkinson of the parish of Kirton  RYCH/3148  23 May 1724. Probate, 23 May

KIRTON, Soke of  [no ref. or date]

The Custom of the Soke of Kirton. This Inquisition taken at Kirton the 12 day of July anno Henerici octaui decimo nono [RYCH/1527]  RYCH/3149  18th cent

Paper roll of 6 "skins"

Contents:
Copy.

LAPFORD, co. Devon  [no ref. or date]

Exemplification of a plea by Thomas Shapcott, and John Short, gentlemen, against William Lee, gentleman, respecting the manor of Lapford and messuages, lands, etc. there and in Bishopps Morchard alias Morchard Episcopi  RYCH/3150  29 June 1631

LAUGHTON  [no ref. or date]

Lease by Frances, Viscountess Irwin to Thomas Peacock of Northorpe and Thomas Lindley of Laughton, of land and premises in Laughton, for eighteen years  RYCH/3151  13 June 1804

LEVEN, co. York (E.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Will of Thomas Nayler of Leaven in the East Riding of the county of York, yeoman  RYCH/3152  7 Nov. 1775. Probate, 30 Dec

Co. LINCOLN  [no ref. or date]

Call Roll of Capt. Ashton's Company  RYCH/3153  1813

Parchment roll.

LINCOLN  [no ref. or date]

Will of William Bland of Lincoln, yeoman  RYCH/3154  29 Sept. 1814. Probate 2 Sept. 1817

LONDON  [no ref. or date]

Will of Marmaduke Dolman of London. 15 Oct. 1702. Letters of administration granted to Elizabeth Dolman, widow, during the minority of William Dolman, nephew of the said Marmaduke  RYCH/3155  7 Apr. 1703

MESSINGHAM  [no ref. or date]

Lease by Gerard Sothell of Redborn, esq., to John Ellis of Messingham, labourer, of a cottage in Messingham, for twenty-one years  RYCH/3156  5 Mar. 1559

Seal missing.

Mortgage by William Mortymer of Messingham, labourer, to Edward Hopkinson of the same, gentleman, and Daniel Eracroft of a cottage in Messingham  RYCH/3157  20 Nov. 1590

Seal missing.

Bond for performance of the above  RYCH/3158  20 Nov. 1590

Bargain and sale by Marmaduke Tyrwhitt of Scotter, esq., to William Shadforth of the same, yeoman, of land in Messingham  RYCH/3159  27 Jan. 1595

Seal missing.

Bond of John Duckle of Messingham, yeoman, to Nicholas Porter of the same, cordwainer, for performance of covenants contained in a bargain and sale by the said John Duckle and Richard Awdys of Messingham to the said Nicholas of a cottage and land in Messingham  RYCH/3160  4 Dec. 1595

Seal.

Bond of William Robothom of Motteram in Longdendayle parish, co. Chester, yeoman, to Richard Robothom of Messingham, clerk, for performance of covenants contained in articles of agreement between them of the same date  RYCH/3161  31 Mar. 1596

Seal, imperf.

Feoffment from Richard Rowbotham of Messingham, clerk, to Richard Awdus and James Brumby of the same, yeomen, of a tenement and land in Messingham, to the use of the said Richard Rowbotham and his wife Dorothy for term of their lives, and then to the use of Richard Rowbotham, their son  RYCH/3162  4 July 1610

Seal missing.

Will of Dorothy Rowbothum of Messingham, widow  RYCH/3163  19 Dec. 1622. Probate, 8 Mar. 1623

Bond of Thomas Shadforth of Scotter, shoemaker, to William Hood of Messingham, yeoman, for performance of covenants contained in a bargain and sale by the former to the latter  RYCH/3164  29 May 1626

Bargain and sale by William Childers (son and heir of William Childers late of Doncaster, co. York, gentleman, deceased) to Ralph Rowbothom, clerk, and Richard Rowbothom, yeoman, both of Messingham, of land in Messingham  RYCH/3165  27 May 1634

Bond of Robert Smithe of Applebie, yeoman, to Richard Rowbotham of Messingham, yeoman, for performance of covenants contained in a bargain and sale by the former to the latter of a cottage in Messingham  RYCH/3166  14 June 1637

Testament of Ralph Rowbotham of Messingham, clerk  RYCH/3167  10 July 1638

Bond of Thomas Nelson of Braughton, labourer, to Richard Rowbothom of Messingham, yeoman, for performance of covenants contained in a bargain and sale by the former to the latter  RYCH/3168  9 Mar. 1641

Seal.

Will of John Stocks, jun., of Messingham, yeoman  RYCH/3169  28 Feb. 1692. Probate, 26 Apr. 1693

Contents:
True copy.

Bond of Thomas Stutting to William Stutting of Messingham, yeoman, for performance of covenants contained in a bargain and sale by the former to the latter of a selion of land in Messingham  RYCH/3170  5 Dec. 1716

Will of William Stuting of Messingham, yeoman  RYCH/3171  26 Oct. 1728. Probate, 31 Oct

Agreement for a separation between William Allison of Missingham, beast jobber, and his wife Elizabeth  RYCH/3172  22 July 1799

Conveyance by Thomas Gerrard Ferrand of Trinity College, Cambridge, esq., to William Hall of Kingston upon Hull, co. York, esq., of land in Messingham, Botsford and Yaddlethorpe  RYCH/3173  5 and 6 Apr. 1807

Abstract of the title of Thomas Gerrard Ferrand, esq., to divers messuages, lands and hereditaments in Messingham, sold to William Hall, esq  RYCH/3174  1807

Conveyance and settlement by William Walker of Messingham, gentleman, to John Walker of Lound, co. Nott., and Thomas Walker of the parish of Sutton cum Lound, co. Nott., gentleman, of real and personal estates upon trusts  RYCH/3175  11 Jan. 1837

Contents:
With abstract.

NEWALL, co. York  [no ref. or date]

Inventory of the goods and chattels of Robert Hudson of Newell, co. York  RYCH/3176  18 Oct. 1672

NORTHORPE  [no ref. or date]

Declaration of the Head Steward of the manor and soke of Kirton in Lindsey respecting Edward Peacock, tenant of lands and tenements in Northorpe within the said manor and soke  RYCH/3177  4 Sept. 1742

Bill of John Dowson for Edward Peacocke of Northorpe  RYCH/3178  16 Oct. 1755-24 July 1756

Contents:
With receipt, 26 Sept. 1756.

Letters of administration of Edward Peacock, late of Northorpe, deceased, granted to his son Thomas Peacock  RYCH/3179  16 May 1759

Will of Thomas Peacock of Northorpe, gentleman  RYCH/3180  27 Mar. 1779

Lease by Henry Dalton of Knaith, esq., to Thomas Peacock of Northorpe, grazier, of a farm at Northorpe, for twenty-one years  RYCH/3181  30 Sept. 1808

Indenture of covenants between Thomas Peacock, esq., and William Hall, esq., on the one part, and Mary Hill, spinster, George Sowersby, farmer, James Morley, gentleman, and James Platt, bleacher, of the other, respecting the cleansing and repairing of a drain  RYCH/3182  11 Apr. 1816

Inventory of the effects of Thomas Peacock  RYCH/3183  12 Nov. 1824

Will of Elizabeth Shaw of Northorpe, spinster  RYCH/3184  11 Mar. 1826. Probate, 16 June 1827

Contents:
With bill relating to the same.

Will of Keturah [sic] Shaw of Northorpe, spinster. 7 Aug. 1814. Letters of administration granted to Edward Shaw Peacock of Northorpe, gentleman, her nephew  RYCH/3185  31 Aug. 1837

NORTON, co. York  [no ref. or date]

Will of Alice Woodhouse of Norton, co. York  RYCH/3186  10 June 1726

OWSTON  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage by William Holmes of Owston, weaver, to Edward Peacock of Scotter, yeoman, of a cottage and land in Owston  RYCH/3187  28 Apr. 1737

PETERBOROUGH, w. Northampton  [no ref. or date]

Roll of courts of the dean and chapter [of Peterborough] held at Colingham Northeby, 10 Oct. anno supradicto; Grantham, 11 Oct. a.s.; and Longthorpe, 18 Oct. a.s. n.d. Endorsed: 2 Ed: 6: [1548]  RYCH/3188  nd

Parchment roll, one skin. Imperf.

RANSKILL, co. Nott  [no ref. or date]

Lease by John Barker of Barnby, co. Nott., gentleman, to Ann Scales and Phoebe Scales, both of Ranskill, co. Nott., spinsters, of a farm at Ranskill, for twenty-one years  RYCH/3189  24 June 1777

SCOTTERTHORPE  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale by John Dawbney of Scotter, clerk, to Thomas Atkynson of the same, yeoman, of a toft and croft in Scawthropp  RYCH/3190  20 Mar. 1595

SCOTTER  [no ref. or date]

Compotus of Robert Doygne, bailiff, and of Thomas de Banham, bailiff  RYCH/3191  Mich. 1372-Mich. 1373

Parchment roll, 7 skins.

Compotus of John othe Hille, bailiff  RYCH/3192  Mich. 1385-Mich. 1386

Parchment roll, 4 skins.

Compotus of Richard Chadoke, collector of the rents, farmer and bailiff of the liberty  RYCH/3193  Mich. 1454-Mich. 1455

Parchment roll, 3 skins.

Compotus of Richard Chadoke, collector  RYCH/3194  Mich. 1455-Mich. 1456

Parchment roll, 3 skins.

Compotus of William Walles, collector of the rents and farmer  RYCH/3195  Mich. 1460-Mich. 1461

Parchment roll, 3 skins.

Compotus of William Walles, collector of the rents  RYCH/3196  Mich. 1462-Mich. 1463

Parchment roll, 4 skins.

Compotus of George Sheffyld, collector of the rents and farmer  RYCH/3197  Mich. 1483-Mich. 1484

Parchment roll, 3 skins.

Compotus of [blank for name]  RYCH/3198  n.d. [early 16th cent.]

Parchment roll, 3 skins.

Compotus of Richard Couper, collector of the rents  RYCH/3199  Mich. 1501-Mich. 1502

Parchment roll, 3 skins.

Compotus of Richard Couper, collector of the rents  RYCH/3200  Mich. 1502-Mich. 1503

Parchment roll, 2 skins.

Compotus of Richard Couper, collector of the rents  RYCH/3201  Mich. 1503-Mich. 1504

Parchment roll, 3 skins. Imperf.

Compotus of Richard Couper, collector of the rents  RYCH/3202  Mich. 1504-Mich. 1505

Parchment roll, 2 skins.

Compotus of Robert Sheffeld, collector  RYCH/3203  Mich. 1508-Mich. 1509

Parchment roll, 1 skin. Imperf.

Compotus of Robert Sheffeld, collector  RYCH/3204  Mich. 1509-Mich. 1510

Parchment roll, 2 skins.

Compotus of Robert Sheffeld, collector  RYCH/3205  Mich. 1510-Mich. 1511

Parchment roll, 2 skins.

Compotus roll  RYCH/3206  n.d. [c. 1523-4]

Parchment, 3 skins. Imperf.

Compotus of Henry Columbell, collector  RYCH/3207  Mich. 1523-Mich. 1524

Parchment roll, 3 skins.

Compotus of Robert Brokylsby, bailiff  RYCH/3208  Mich. 1540-Mich. 1541

Parchment roll, 2 skins.

Compotus of Robert Brokylsby, bailiff  RYCH/3209  Mich. 1542-Mich. 1543

Parchment roll, 2 skins.

Compotus of Robert Brokylsby, bailiff  RYCH/3210  Mich. 1543-Mich. 1544

Parchment roll, 2 skins.

Surrender by Richard Holland of a toft and croft to the use of Thomas Norrys  RYCH/3211  6 Oct. 1562

Contents:
Extract from proceedings at the View of Frankpledge with Great Michaelmas Court of Marmaduke Tyrwhit, esq.

Surrender by Richard Lodyngton and William Lodyngton of a selion of meadow to the use of John Webster  RYCH/3212  3 Oct. 1603

Contents:
Extract from proceedings at the View of Frankpledge with Great Michaelmas Court of Ellen Tirwhitt, widow of Marmaduke Tirwhitt, esq.

Surrender by William Stuttyng, jun., of a selion of arable land to the use of John Webster  RYCH/3213  30 Mar. 1604

Contents:
Extract from proceedings at the View of Frankpledge with Great Easter Court of the above Ellen Tirwhitt.

Will of Joseph Spark of Scotter, farmer  RYCH/3214  25 Aug. 1741. Probate, 25 May 1742

Will of Thomas Peacock the elder of Scotter, yeoman  RYCH/3215  15 Oct. 1743. Probate, 27 Apr. 1744

SCOTTON  [no ref. or date]

Will of John Webster of Scotton, husbandman  RYCH/3216  19 Sept. 1653. Probate, 12 June 1657

Will of John Lees of Scotton, yeoman  RYCH/3217  14 June 1658

Will of Edmund Webster of Scotton, yeoman  RYCH/3218  19 Feb. 1719. Probate, 11 May 1720

SCUNTHORPE  [no ref. or date]

Will of [blank for Christian name] Parkinson. Imperfect copy (2 pp.). n.d. Copy of probate, 28 Nov. 1613. (His wife Elizabeth and children Anne, David, Dorothy, John and Robert are mentioned.)  RYCH/3219  nd

Exemplification of particulars relating to "lincolescire" in Domesday Book, made at the request of Robert Parkinson of Sculthorpe [sic], yeoman  RYCH/3220  1 Aug. 1646

Seal missing.

Will of John Parkinson the elder of Scunthorp, yeoman  RYCH/3221  29 Nov. 1661

Contents:
True copy.

Will of Robert Parkinson of Scunthorp, yeoman  RYCH/3222  19 Nov. 1676. Probate, 4 May 1677

Will of David Parkinson of Scunthorpe, yeoman  RYCH/3223  11 Oct. 1723

Contents:
Letters of administration granted to Rebecca Parkinson, 21 Oct.

TILN, co. Nott  [no ref. or date]

Will of William Walker of Tiln, co. Nott., farmer  RYCH/3224  26 Nov. 1823

Contents:
Copy.

WOMERSLEY, co. York (W.R.)  [no ref. or date]

Will of Margaret Morley of Womersley, co. York, spinster  RYCH/3225  7 May 1700

WOOTTON  [no ref. or date]

Will of Edmund Smith of Wootton  RYCH/3226  10 July 1733. Probate, 23 Oct. 1784 [sic]

YADDLETHORPE  [no ref. or date]

Bargain and sale by Francis Bowyer of Lincoln, gentleman, to Elizabeth Morley of Bottesford, widow, of a cottage and croft in Yadlethorpe  RYCH/3227  24 Sept. 1628

Seal missing.

Bargain and sale by Elizabeth Morley of Bottesford, widow, to Henry Lillingston of [blank for place], gentleman, of a cottage and croft in Yadlethorpe  RYCH/3228  8 Oct. 1639

Mortgage by Henry Lillingston of Holme, gentleman, to Thomas Hunsworth of the Baile of Lincoln, public notary, of a cottage and croft in Yadlethorpe  RYCH/3229  7 Sept. 1640

Seal missing.

Bargain and sale by Francis Bowyer of Santon, gentleman to Richard Rowbothom of Messingham, yeoman, of a tenement and croft in Yaddlethorpe  RYCH/3230  14 Jan. 1642/3

Bond for performance of the above  RYCH/3231  14 Jan. 1642/3

Seal missing.

Bargain and sale by Wilfrid Smith of Messingham, gentleman, to Henry Lillingston of Bottesford, gentleman, of a cottage and croft in Yadlethorpe  RYCH/3232  18 Apr. 1649

Release by Peter Boothby of Ashby, yeoman, to David Blow of Yadlethorpe, yeoman, of all his right, etc. in a cottage and croft in Yadlethorpe  RYCH/3233  16 May 1692

Seal missing.

Conveyance by Lewis West of York, co. York, esq., to John Wilson of Yaddlethorpe, yeoman, of two messuages, and land in Yaddlethorp  RYCH/3234  17 and 18 Oct. 1711

Release by Lewis West of York, co. York, esq., to Lewis Smith alias Carrington of York, co. York, esq., and Christopher Driffield, of Rippon, co. York, esq., of messuages and land in Yaddlethorpe and Bottesforth  RYCH/3235  28 Sept. 1714

Mortgage by Alexander Grime of Yaddlethorpe, brasier, to John Toft, jun., of Glamford Briggs, mariner, of a cottage and croft in Yaddlethorpe  RYCH/3236  9 Jan. 1721

Bargain and sale by Elizabeth Elat alias Elliot of Scotter, and Ann Thomas of Kirton, widows, to Alexander Grime of Yaddlethorpe, brasier, of a cottage and croft in Yaddlethorpe  RYCH/3237  24 May 1721

Mortgage by the above Alexander Grime to John Wilson of Yaddlethorpe of a cottage and croft in Yaddlethorpe  RYCH/3238  24 May 1721

Assignment by the above John Toft jun., with the consent of the above Alexander Grime, to John Wilson of Yaddlethorpe, yeoman, of the mortgage of 9 Jan. 1721 (RYCH/3236 above)  RYCH/3239  27 July 1722

Release by the above Alexander Grime and his wife Elizabeth to the above John Wilson of a reversion in a cottage and croft in Yadlethorpe  RYCH/3240  11 Aug. 1722

Conveyance by John Morley of Holme, gentleman, to Robert Chapman of Botesford, yeoman, of a messuage and land in Yaddlethorpe  RYCH/3241  23 and 24 June 1725

Bond for performance of the above  RYCH/3242  24 June 1725

Bargain and sale by John Wilson of Yaddlethorpe, yeoman, to James Campbell of Yaddlethorpe, yeoman, of a cottage and croft in Yaddlethorpe  RYCH/3243  1 May 1731

Settlement on the marriage of James Campbell of Yaddlethorpe, yeoman, and Mary Mayior, spinster, daughter of Thomas Mayior of Ashby, farmer  RYCH/3244  5 May 1731

Will of John Wilson of Yaddlethorpe, yeoman  RYCH/3245  6 Feb. 1737. Probate, 12 Feb. 1738

Mortgage by John Chapman of Ashby, butcher, to William Hill of Scawthorpe, gentleman, of a messuage and land in Yaddlethorpe  RYCH/3246  1 May 1746

Mortgage by James Mason of Yaddlethorpe, yeoman, and his wife Margaret, and Elizabeth Bancroft of the same, widow, to Robert Dixon of Gainsbrough, gentleman, of a messuage and land in Yaddlethorpe  RYCH/3247  25 Nov. 1746

Final agreement between Robert Dixon, plaintiff, and James Mason and his wife Margaret, Elizabeth Bancroft, widow, and William Ellis and his wife Sancta, deforciants, respecting a messuage, a cottage and land in Yaddlethorpe and Crays Lound  RYCH/3248  20 Jan. 1747

Conveyance from John Chapman of Ashby, butcher, to John Ferrand of Messingham, clerk, of a messuage and land in Yaddlethorpe  RYCH/3249  20 and 21 Mar. 1748

Assignment by Thomas Hill of Scawthorpe, gentleman, by the appointment of John Chapman of Ashby, butcher, to Joshua Waddington of Walkeringham, co. Nott., clerk, of a mortgage of 1 May 1746 (above 3246)  RYCH/3250  21 Mar. 1748

Assignment by Joseph Dixon the younger of Brislingthorpe, esq., Adam Lugg of Gainsbrough, gentleman, and John Basset of Gainsbrough, apothecary (executors and devisees of Robert Dixon, late of Gainsbrough, gentleman, deceased), by the appointment of James Mason of Yaddlethorpe, yeoman, and his wife Margaret, to Jane Peatfield of Welbeck, co. Nott., singlewoman, of a mortgage of 25 Nov. 1746 (RYCH/3247 above)  RYCH/3251  21 Nov. 1751

Assignment from the above Jane Peatfield, by the appointment of the above James Mason and his wife Margaret, and of Edward Peacock of Northorpe, yeoman, to John Hutton of Gainsburgh, gentleman (nominated in trust for the said Edward Peacock), of the same mortgage (3247)  RYCH/3252  21 May 1753

Conveyance from James Mason of Yaddlethorpe, yeoman, to Edward Peacock of Northorpe, yeoman, of a messuage and land in Yaddlethorpe  RYCH/3253  1 and 2 June 1753

Mortgage in fee by Edward Peacock of Northorpe, yeoman, to John Box of Thorne, co. York, gentleman, of a messuage and land in Yaddlethorpe  RYCH/3254  1 and 2 Apr. 1756

Settlement after the marriage of Thomas Peacock of Northrop, yeoman, and his wife Mary (née Cadman)  RYCH/3255  7 Nov. 1759

Settlement on the marriage of Thomas Peacock of Northrop, yeoman, and Abigail Scales of Ranskill, co. Nott., spinster  RYCH/3256  4 Jan. 1762

Abstract of the title of Thomas Gerrard Ferrand, esq., to divers messuages, lands, etc. in Yaddlethorpe and Bottesford sold to Thomas Peacock  RYCH/3257  29 Nov. 1806

Similar abstract respecting divers messuages, lands, etc. sold to William Hall, esq  RYCH/3258  1807

Conveyance by James Jackson of Yaddlethorpe, labourer, to Thomas Hunt of Torksey, of a cottage at Yaddlethorpe  RYCH/3259  3 Feb. 1845

Conveyance by Isaac Jackson of Yaddlethorpe, yeoman, and Thomas Hunt of Torksey, farmer, to William Sowerby of Messingham, gentleman, of cottages and premises at Yaddlethorpe  RYCH/3260  29 Feb. 1848

[no title or date]  RYCH/3261-77

Archival history:
[R 92752]

Contents:
A miscellaneous collection relating to London

Lease by the parson and wardens of the parish church of St. George nygh Escheape, London, to Thomas Gawyne of the Inner Temple, esq., of two tenements in St. Buttolphes Lane, for ninety-nine years  RYCH/3261  10 Nov. 1572

3 seals.

Contents:
Endorsed: B.

Lease by Edmund Andrewes of Burie Sainte Edmunde, co. Suffolk, gentleman, to Thomas Gawyne of the Inner Temple, esq., of his tenement in Butholfe Lane, for twenty-one years  RYCH/3262  12 June 1588

Seal.

Contents:
Endorsed: C.

Lease by the same to Judith Artson, Walter Artson and James Artson, the natural children of Walter Artson of London, merchant, of the same tenement, for term of their lives, the above Thomas Gawyne having surrendered his lease  RYCH/3263  13 Nov. 1590

4 seals (1 imperf., 1 missing).

Contents:
Endorsed: D.

Lease by Thomas Gawine of the Inner Temple, esq., to John Potter, citizen and girdler of London, of his tenement named The Horse Shooe in Buttolphes Lane, for twenty-one years  RYCH/3264  26 Feb. 1590/91

Seal.

Contents:
Endorsed: E.

Lease by the same to John Wevell, citizen and haberdasher of London, of a tenement in Buttolphe Lane which he leased from the parson and wardens of St. George's nigh Eastcheape on 10 Nov. 1572 (RYCH/3261 above), for twenty years  RYCH/3265  4 May 1591

Seal.

Contents:
Endorsed: F.

Mortgage by the same to Humphrey Yonge, citizen and fishmonger of London, of the tenements he leased on 10 Nov. 1572 (RYCH/3261 above)  RYCH/3266  23 Nov. 1591

Seal.

Contents:
Endorsed: G.

Order of Chancery that Thomas Gawyne shall pay the rent of the above two tenements, with arrears  RYCH/3267  23 June 1597

Contents:
Endorsed: M.

Mortgage by the above Thomas to Humphrey Yonge of the same two tenements  RYCH/3268  9 May 1599

Seal missing.

Letter from Thomas Gawen, nephew of the above Thomas Gawen, to John [sic for "Edward"] Coke, Attorney General  RYCH/3269  16 Sept. 1599

Contents:
Endorsed: J.

Note that the administration of the goods of the late Thomas Gawen [the uncle] was granted to Elizabeth Jesopp, his sister, and William Napper, and that all his leases in London were given to Clement Cooke, a younger son of Edward Cooke, esq., Attorney General  RYCH/3270  11 Oct. 1599

Contents:
Endorsed: K.

Assignment from Humphrey Yonge to the above Clement Cooke of the mortgage of 9 May 1599 (RYCH/3268 above)  RYCH/3271  18 Oct. 1599

Seal.

Contents:
Endorsed: H.

Receipt of the churchwardens of the parish of Lyttell St. George in Buttholphe Layne near Eastcheap to Edward Coke, Attorney General, for one half year's rent for the two tenements in Buttholphs Laine  RYCH/3272  11 Nov. 1599

Contents:
Endorsed: L.

Draft of Thomas Gawyne's title to the same tenements. In the hand of Sir Edward Coke  RYCH/3273  n.d. [early 17th cent.]

Contents:
Endorsed: Paper A.

List of the evidences [deeds A-H, J-M above] concerning Clement Coke's title to the same  RYCH/3274  n.d. [early 17th cent.]

Lease by Henry Hassard of Kensington, gentleman, to Dame Katherine Coke, widow of Sir Edward Coke, bart., deceased, of a messuage built on Little Conduit Close in Kensington, for three years  RYCH/3275  24 Sept. 1677

Seal missing.

Contents:
With schedule attached.

Affidavit of John Lancaster of Bloomsbury Square, gentleman, touching the delivery of an indenture of release dated 22 Nov. 1771  RYCH/3276  7 Dec. 1771

Assignment from William Colhoun of Wretham, co. Norfolk, esq., to William Dunn of Lincoln's Inn, co. Middx., gentleman, of a messuage and premises in Great George Street, Westminster  RYCH/3277  7 Apr. 1792

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