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Reference 157DD/SK
Covering dates 1283 - 1907
Held by Nottinghamshire Archives
Extent 82 Boxes
Conditions of access Accessible to all holders of a readers ticket
Creators Sherbrooke family of Oxton, Nottinghamshire

Administrative history:
The Sherbrookes first held property in Oxton, Nottinghamshire in 1566. The marriage of William Sherbrooke to Anne Foxcroft in 1785 brought in considerable property in Hackney, Middlesex. Properties in Derbyshire and Leicestershire, (Brassington, etc.) and properties in Nottinghamshire (Basford, etc.) came into the Sherbrooke family through a Savile connection.. The estate was built up in the later 16th and 17th centuries. Further complications to the estate arose in the 18th century owing to failure of male heirs. The property is considerably complicated by the existence of the Prebendal Manors of Oxton, as a result of which a very high proportion of the Sherbrooke estate was originally copyhold land.
The collection is formed of several deposits which were made in 1955, 1956, 1969, 1972 and 1977.

Contents:
The documents are chiefly concerned with the title deeds of the Sherbrooke estate in Oxton, Nottinghamshire and the neighbouring parishes, including Arnold, Calverton, Farnsfield, Halam, Edingley, Epperstone, Lowdham, Gunthorpe, Southwell and Halloughton (DD/SK/1-133). The deeds also refer to parts of Derbyshire, Leicester, Lincolnshire, Middlesex and Yorkshire 1283-1887 (DD/SK/134-155). The collection contains papers on estate administration, c1550-1885, and manorial documents c1550-1874 (DD/SK/174-189). Of note is the Sherwood Forest Book, which details the pleas of the forest court chiefly held at Mansfield, and associated papers c1661-1934 (DD/SK/229/1-9/12). The collection contains papers, 1751-1834, belonging to and concerning Rev. Robert Lowe, Prebendary of Southwell and Rector of Bingham (DD/SK/214-215). There are also papers referring to a lawsuit concerning succession to the Oxton estate between Rev. Edward Walter Lowe and Henry Porter Sherbrooke, (formerly Lowe) 1790-1850 (DD/SK/208/1-37).
Content Summary
TITLE DEEDS OF PURCHASES 1283-1887.
Oxton, mainly freehold 1283-1883.
DD/SK/1/1 - 6 Manor in Oxton
Digby-Sherbrooke 1551 - 1597
DD/SK/2/1 - 7 Moiety of Manor of Oxton
Strelley, Rolleston, Sherbrooke 1566 - 1605
DD/SK/3/1 Exchange, open field
Sherbrooke and Hodgekyn 1579
DD/SK/4/1 - 6 Exchange (closes)
Byron-Sherbrooke 1579
DD/SK/5/1 - 4 Croft in Oxton
Sherbrooke, Lupton, Sherbrooke 1551 - 1605
DD/SK/6/1 - 3 1/4 part of Manor of Cula
Purefey-Sherbrooke 1572
DD/SK/7/1 Combes End Green, Oxton
Savell-Sherbrooke 1638
DD/SK/8/1 - 41 Lonely Grange and free warren
Tomlinson, Jennison and Boyer, Leeke, Powell, Sherbrooke, Savile, Samon
Legal papers (including copy deeds 13th - 16th cent. of. bundles DD/SK/166, 167, 168) 1595 - 1730
DD/SK/9A/1 - 8 Messuage and 2 oxgangs
Sherbrooke, Gunthorpe, Camm, Marriott, Sherbrooke 1551 - 1672
DD/SK/9B/1 Linhedge Close
Walker-Sherbrooke 1664
DD/SK/10/1 - 11 Messuage, Oxgange, close
Holmes, Pigott, Sully, Martin; Barrett, Grubb, Martin, Sherbrooke 1581 - 1671
DD/SK/11/1 - 6 Ten Acre, Spring and Martin Closes
Gunthorpe, Kite, Pindar, Sherbrooke 1654 - c.1680
DD/SK/12/1 - 2 Messuage and 2 closes
Gunthorpe-Sherbrooke 1683
DD/SK/13/1 - 2 Messuage and oxgang
Walker-Sherbrooke 1683
DD/SK/14/1 - 5 Cottage and croft
Savile, Carrington, Sherbrooke 1629 - 1773
DD/SK/15/1 - 23 Little field and Orchard and Hanging
Closes and warren Savile, Lee, Sherbrooke 1678 - 1691
DD/SK/16/1 - 47 Farm of 5 oxgangs in Oxton and Epperstone (land in Hoveringham) Cade (Gill), Claxton, Byron and others, Sturtevant, Barratt; Rossell, Clark, Barrett; Hall, Chaworth, Barratt; Hall, Barratt; Barratt, Knolly; Sherbrooke, Barratt; (Burrow, Goodall, Williams), Sherbrooke 1549 - 1695
DD/SK/17/1 - 8 Messuage and lands
Clarke, etc., Pipes, Kyte, Sherbrooke c.1638 - 1695
DD/SK/18/1 Land in Waterstone Close
Watson, Sherbrooke 1696
DD/SK/19/1 - 14 Ruffe Close
Savile (Hodson), Woolhouse (Hacker, Carter, White), Sherbrooke 1682 - 1698
DD/SK/20/1 - 14 Strawberry Hill Closes and 2½ oxgangs
Ellis, Jackson (Beresford); Stubbins, Sherbrooke; Lamb, Sherbrooke 1637 - 1699
DD/SK/21/1 Close near Middlehay Wood
Hacket, Walker; Sherbrooke 1700
DD/SK/22/1 - 3 Close of 4½ ac. meadow
Walker and Hacket, Sherbrooke 1701 - 2
DD/SK/23/1 - 9 Messuage and close of 9ac.
Hackett, Carrington, Sherbrooke 1701 - 1702
DD/SK/24/1 - 33 Strawberry Close and meadow, Greaveshill Close (earlier deeds relate to messuage and open field land as well as closes)
Sherbrooke, Custans, Byron, Custans; Scothorne, Custance, alias Walker; Savile, Walker; Walker, Hackett; Cook, Hackett; (Denman), Sherbrooke 1579 - 1703
DD/SK/25/1 - 6 Cottage and croft adjoining (earlier deeds relate to open field land only)
Skothorn, Birch, Worth; Birch, Sherbrooke 1612 - 1706
DD/SK/26A/1 - 4 Land in fields
Walker and Hackett, Lamb, Sherbrooke 1701 - 1705
DD/SK/26B/1 - 2 Land in fields
Walker and Hackett, Naylor, Sherbrooke 1701 - 1708
DD/SK/27/1 - 10 Land in fields
Walker and Hackett, Goodall; Carrington, Goddall (Crampton), Sherbrooke 1701 - 1709
DD/SK/28/1 - 2 Shaftbeck's Close
Chapman and Whelpdale, Sherbrooke 1709
DD/SK/29/1 - 8 Messuages and lands
Carrington, Taylor, Sherbrooke 1701 - 1710
DD/SK/30/1 - 4 Darlton Grange
Stanhope Sherbrooke 1710 - 1721
DD/SK/31/1 - 3 Water Furrow Close
Watson, Lambe, Sherbrooke 1703 - 1714
DD/SK/32/1 - 5 Messuage and land in fields
Savile, Smyth; Ball, Smyth, Sherbrooke 1629 - 1714
DD/SK/33/1 2 selions in Netherfield
Little-Sherbrooke 1717
DD/SK/34/1 - 5 Land at Oxton; also at Morton, Epperstone
Den, Fonn, Damper, Strelley 1283 - 1361
DD/SK/34/6 Land at Winster (Derbs.) 1325
DD/SK/34/7 - 52 Manor of Oxton
Ayscough, Strelley, (Briggs, Kirby, Earl of Sussex), Byron 1537 - 1570
DD/SK/35/1 - 28 Manor of Oxton (continued) (including sales off
Byron, Savile, Mellish, Walker, Ellis, Manderville, Aslabie 1587 - 1718
DD/SK/36/1 - 20 Manor of Oxton
Mellish-Sherbrooke 1712 - 1720
DD/SK/37/1 - 22 Various deeds of land possible in sale of 1717 of Manor (viz. Savile-Mellish-Sherbrooke), including Darlton Grange
Sherbrooke-Harstoft-Savile, Knoll, Savile; Watson-Hodgkin, Savile; Ball-Savile; Butler-Savile, Lamb-Savile; Jackson-Savile, Smith-Savile, Taylor-Savile. 1554 - 1708
DD/SK/38/1 - 6 Mortgages on parts of property sold by Mellish in 1717 1681 - 1718
DD/SK/39/1 - 21 Moorfield (Strawberry closes, etc. and land in fields until c. 1690)
Pipes, Jackson (Hodson, Beresford, Seddon), Lambe, Sherbrooke 1641 - 1718
DD/SK/40/1 - 5 Six selions of land
Walker and Hackett, Redgate Roughton, Motteram, Sherbrooke 1701 - 1721
DD/SK/41/1 - 26 Farm in Oxton
Sherbrooke, Lupton; Clarke, Lupton, Lupton, Beale, Jackson; Taylor, Savile (Booth, Motteram), Pinder, etc., Sherbrooke 1612 - 1725
DD/SK/42/1 - 15 Messuages and land
Oldham, Sherbrooke 1707 - 1731
DD/SK/43/1 - 14 Messuage, 2 oxgangs
Savile, Watson, Chapman, Watson, C Sherbrooke 1612 - 1735
DD/SK/44/1 - 6 20 ac. land in fields
Walker, Bush, Sherbrooke 1674 - 1732
DD/SK/45/1 - 3 Exchange of land in Windmill field
Little, Jackson, Sherbrooke 1732 - 1739
DD/SK/46/1 Land, exchange Blatherwick and Sherbrooke 1741
DD/SK/47/1 Exchange of land in Upper Hatfield Oldham, Sherbrooke 1743
DD/SK/48/1 - 5 2 ac. in fields Harrison, Sherbrooke 1724 - 1754
DD/SK/49/1 Land, exchange Burgess, Sherbrooke 1753
DD/SK/50/1 Land, exchange Weightman and Sherbrooke 1754
DD/SK/51/1 Cottages, exchange Richardson and Sherbrooke 1770
DD/SK/52/1 - 2 Land Marshall and Hather, Sherbrooke 1784
DD/SK/53/1 Land Richardson, Lowe 1788
DD/SK/54/1 - 2 Land Blatherwick, Lowe 1789, 1795
DD/SK/55/1 - 7 "Harvey's farm" Hearson, Harvey, Blatherwick, Wilson and Nicholson 1769 - 1785
DD/SK/55/1 - 22 Messuage, closes and land Oldham, Elliott, Lowe 1723 - 1832
DD/SK/56/1 - 22 Messuage, closes and land Oldham, Elliott, Lowe 1723 - 1832
DD/SK/57/1 - 2 Messuage, etc. Lowe, Sherbrooke 1792
DD/SK/58/1 - 2 2 cottages Jackson, Sherbrooke 1793
DD/SK/59/1 - 6 Quaker Meeting House Sherbrooke, Trustees, Sherbrooke 1699 - 1799
DD/SK/60/1 - 34 Cottage and land Singleton, Trueman, Somers, Thick, Lowe 1711 - 1840
DD/SK/61/1 - 10 Hanging Greaves Close Brandreth, etc., Hand, Bowman, Sherbrooke 1701 - 1800
DD/SK/62/1 - 9 Messuage Hackett and Walker, Weightman, Sherbrooke 1701 - 1802
D/SK/63/1 - 4 Nether Hatfield Close Hather, Brett, Sherbrooke 1798 - 1803
DD/SK/64/1 - 3 Estate in bundle DD/SK/60 Lowe, Sherbrooke 1804
DD/SK/65/1 - 9 Closes and land Cotton, Smith, Rhodes, Sherbrooke 1792 - 1808
DD/SK/66/1 - 27 Messuage in Oxton Hankin, Heansworth; Sherbrooke, Hainsworth; Lovett, Thoroman; Birch, Thoroman; Glover, Thoroman; Thoroman, Heansworth; Thoroman, Sherbrooke 1744 - 1811
DD/SK/67/1 - 7 Strawberry Closes Hearson, Reynolds, Heansworth, Wilson, Sherbrooke 1760 - 1813
DD/SK/68/1 - 14 Exchange of closes and open meadows Gladwin, Hart, Waine, Sherbrooke 1795 - 1818
DD/SK/69/1 - 13 Moorgate Closes and land in fields Walker and Blackney, Hithersay, Asbury; Hearson, Asbury; Roberts, Weightman; Hather; Harvey, Shacklock, Sherbrooke 1701 - 1826
DD/SK/70/1 - 17 Pennycroft Close and other land Bradley, Pearce, Jackson, Pearce, Noble, Sherbrooke, Sheppard, Sherbrooke 1755 - 1827
DD/SK/71A/1 - 8 Messuage, Closes, lands Heath, Sherbrooke 1827 - 1850
DD/SK/71B/1 Exchange Sherbrooke 1833
DD/SK/72/1 - 17 Windmill and Close Hather, Thorpe; Handley, Lowe 1800 - 1837
DD/SK/73/1 - 10 Messuage, Cottages and land Sherbrooke, Jackson; Lowe, Jackson; Dalton, Lowe, Watson, Lowe 1738 - 1840
DD/SK/74/1 - 5 Pennycroft Lamb, Larratt, Sherbrooke 1753 - 1846
DD/SK/75A/3 - 4 Strawberry close Sherbrooke, Hodgkyn 1551 - 1591
DD/SK/75A/3 - 4 Lankwith Close Sherbrooke, Hodgkyn 1573
DD/SK/75A/5 Exchange of lands Sherbrooke, Hodgkyn 1579
DD/SK/75A/6 - 7 Wong in Windmill field Hodgkyn, Rowbotham, Truelove 1581 - 1652
DD/SK/75A/8 Close at South End Sherbrooke, Knolle 1575
DD/SK/75A/9 ?1 selion of land Custance alias Walker, Skothorne 1612
DD/SK/75A/10 - 11 1 selion in Windmill field Walker, Cooper 1629
DD/SK/75A/12 ? property Chaworth, Barrett 1579
DD/SK/75A/13 "All his lands" Greenhall, Todd 1574
DD/SK/75A/14 - 17 Six selions Clark alias Harstaff, Dawson, Green, Scothorn 1614 - 1670
DD/SK/75A/18 "Abstract of small parcels bought by William Savile" (NOTE: DD/SK/75A. was a miscellaneous bundle marked "found all together") 1698 - 1708
DD/SK/75B/1 - 18 101 ac. bought in Oxton - sale catalogues, requisitions, draft, abstracts (case and opinion) Jackson, etc., Sherbrooke 1849 - 1878
DD/SK/76/1 - 10 Purchase of land from Lamb, dec'd. Drafts, requisitions, etc. Bell, Lamb, Sherbrooke 1883
DD/SK/77/1 - 22 Estate in Oxton, agreements, drafts, legal papers in collusive action, in connection with purchase Beecher-Sherbrooke 1827 - 1883
DD/SK/78/1 - 2 Sale of land for burial ground in Oxton. Sherbrooke to Ecclesiastical Commissioners 1866
Oxton, copyhold land 1623-1849
DD/SK/79/1 - 11 Manor of Arnold, cottage and 5 ac. in Oxton. 1623 - 1708
Plowman, Dawson; Singleton, Booth, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/80/1 - 10 Manor of Oxton Netherhall and Overhall, land in Oxton and Blidworth Rumney, Collinson, Frost and Flint, Newbound, Blathewick, Sherbrooke 1662 - 1745
DD/SK/81/1 Manor of Oxton Netherhall, land in Oxton. Greaves, Sherbrooke 1732
DD/SK/82/1 - 2 Manor of Oxton Netherhall, land in Blidworth fields Gramer, Wakefield, Sherbrooke 1711 - 1750
DD/SK/83/1 - 3 Manor of Oxton Netherhall, cottage and closes in Oxton 1774 - 1780
Blatherwick, Harvey, Hearnsworth, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/84/1 - 2 Manor of Oxton Netherhall, Lothill Close. 1776 - 1830
Bagguley, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/85/1 - 3 Manor of Oxton Netherhall, Toothall Wong Lamb, Sherbrooke 1815 - 1831
DD/SK/86/1 - 7 Manor of Oxton Overhall, land in fields Ashbury, Hearnsworth, Heath, Barrett 1787 - 1830
DD/SK/87/1 - 7 Manor of Oxton Overhall, 3 cottages Chapman, Trueman, Coape, Ward 1834 - 1844
DD/SK/88/1 - 4 Manor of Oxton Netherhall, Hopwells etc. Cottingham, Lamb, Adams, Sherbrooke 1812 - 1845
DD/SK/89/1 - 13 Manors of Oxton Overhall and Netherhall,, land in Greaves Close 1756 - 1849
Jackson, Stanhope, Harding, Charge
DD/SK/90/1 - 10 Cottages, closes, etc. 1807 - 1849
Sherbrooke, Howett, Lowe, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/91A/1, 2 and 4 Manor 1588, 1735, 1737
Kynnersley to Taylor and Thompson, Buxton, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/91A/3 244 ac. Assarts 1614
Elye, Lucy, Ascough
DD/SK/91B/1 - 7 16 lands in fields 1663 - 1672
Pierrepont, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/92/1 - 7 House, Mill Close, lands Fillinggham, Jackson, Lupton (Rother, Heywood), Chadwick, Rudder; Johnson, Rudder, Smith, Halla, Sherbrooke 1624 - 1707
DD/SK/93/1 - 6 Mill Close 1694 - 1706
Need, Hallam, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/94/1 4 cottages 1732
Wilson, etc. Sherbrooke
DD/SK/95/1 Assart Rent 1735
Nathhurst, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/96/1 - 7 Copyhold land 1733 - 1760
Barber, Sturtivant, Leaver, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/97/1 Exchange 1741
Drury, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/98/1 - 40 Messuages, cottages, lands; royalties of Manor 1682 - 1759
Gibson, Wildbore, Wingfield, Hubbard, Trigg; Thorp, Trigg; Wilson, Trigg; Newbold, Trigg; Langford, Revill, Sherbrooke.
DD/SK/99/1 - 2 Exchange 1758
Cavendish, Coape, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/100/1 Exchange 1758
The Vicar, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/101/1 - 17 Exchange 1758 - 1773
Cox and others, Sherbrooke (papers seem to relate to other exchanges)
DD/SK/102/1 - 9 House, land royalty 1640 - 1771
Drury, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/103/1 Exchange 1726
Thompson, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/104/1 - 2 Exchange 1780
Dams, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/105/1 Exchange 1781
Rhodes, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/106/1 - 2 Land in Washington Close 1782
Popple, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/107A/1 - 4 Messuage, land, royalty 1621 - 1786
Beresford, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/107B/1 Close (copyhold) 1787
Jackson to Lowe
DD/SK/108/1 - 2 Land 1812
Padley, [...] Bettison, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/109/1 Closes, etc. 1824
Davison, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/110/1 - 2 Sales 1779, 1849
Beresford, Sherbrooke, Holden
DD/SK/111/1 - 100 Sales (agreements, drafts, etc.) of whole Arnold estate in lots 1848 - 1858
Calverton 1598-1863
DD/SK/112/1 - 20 Oxgang of land in fields Heron, Dring, Sturtevant, Cooper, Chaworth, Lees, Papper; Lees, Atkin, Sherbrooke 1598 - 1747
DD/SK/113/1 - 16 The "Hut" and land 1780 - 1788
Wood, Greensmith, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/114/1 - 2 Close 1792
Marshall, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/115/1 - 3 The Intake close 1809
Hopkins, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/116/1 - 2 Closes 1702
Wilkinson
DD/SK/117/1 Grimesmoor 1863
Surveyor of Highways, Sherbrooke
Farnsfield 1781-1879
DD/SK/118/1 Exchange 1781
Gregory, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/119/1 - 2 Banker Close 1786
Greaves, Lowe
DD/SK/120/1 - 66 Close of land (drafts, pedigrees, papers) c.1839 - 1879
Devisees of Bingham, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/121/1 - 2 Sale of close 1834
Sherbrooke, Davison
Halam and Edingley 1560-1744
DD/SK/122/1 - 88 Manors of Woodborough and Southwell, copyhold 1560 - 1737
Various, Cooper, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/123/1 - 7 Woofley Close 1730 - 1743
Gregory, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/124/1 - 7 Limepit Close, etc. 1715 - 1744
Foster, Gregory, Man, Sherbrooke
Lowdham and Gunthorpe 1596-1711.
(No purchase deed by Sherbrooke survives, but cf. Inclosure Award 1766)
DD/SK/125/1 - 8 Manor of Lowdham and Gunthorpe 1596 - 1711
Willoughby, Mullins; Andrews, Sherbrook
Bassetlaw Hundred 1652.
DD/SK/126/1 Parts of which are parcel of Manor of Hockerton 1652
Hutchinson, Sherbrooke
Car Colston (? Lowe) 1328-1858.
DD/SK/127/1 - 12 Raile Close and other pieces of land 1328; 1610 - 1832
Moryns, Grys; Whalley, Hamerton, Machin; Porter, Latham; Alvey.
Car Colston (Lowe)
DD/SK/128/1 - 31 Rectory, Hall and lands 1673 - 1783
Brome, St. Ledger, (Sherbrooke), Porter, Lowe, (Pownall), Newcastle, Porter, (Bury), Grundy, Porter
DD/SK/129/1 - 13 Closes, etc. 1781 - 1783
Kirkby, Lowe; Watkinson, Godshall and Bray, Turner, Lowe, Watkinson, Lowe
DD/SK/130/1 - 6 Car Colston Hall and Rectory, Mansfield, Laneham and Leicestershire 1805 - 1835
Lowe settlements
DD/SK/131A/1 - 17 Sale, some Epperstone (agreements, drafts, etc.) 1832 - 1858
Sherbrooke, Burton, Lowe, Houldsworth
Southwell 1729-1774.
DD/SK/131B/1 - 3 Brackenhurst Close 1729, 1774
Cooper, Bilby, Lowe
Various purchases and sales in Notts. 1857-1878.
DD/SK/132/1 - 21 Epperstone (some Calverton and Oxton) 1857 - 1878
Purchase and sale. Requisitions, abstracts of title, etc. Sherbrooke
DD/SK/133A/1 - 6 Calverton and Epperstone, draft conveyance 1878
Towle, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/133B/1 - 2 Sale, Epperston and Oxton 1837
Sherbrooke, Midland Railway
Halloughton 1820.
DD/SK/133C/1 Prebendal land, leasehold 1820
Prebendary of Halloughton, Sutton
Brassington (Derbyshire) 1639-1820.
DD/SK/134/1 - 13 Manor etc 1639 - 1652
Kent, Savile; Pembroke, Savile, Buxton, Savile; Pegg, Savile
DD/SK/135/1 Sheepwalk at Brassington, judgement about Howard, Savile 1615
DD/SK/136/1 - 13) Manor, etc. 1676 - 1808
DD/SK/137/1 - 2) Savile, Gilbert, Cooper, Coape 1676 - 1808
DD/SK/138/1 - 13) Sherbrooke, Lowe 1676 - 1808
DD/SK/139/1 - 14 Sale of houses, etc. (deeds, valuations) 1735 - 1805
Gilbert, various, Cooper
DD/SK/140/1 Close 1812
Fearn, Lowe, Goodwin, Johnson
DD/SK/141/1 Sale of house 1812
Fearn, Lowe, Goodwin, Johnson
DD/SK/142/1 - 31 Sale of Manor 1801 - 1820
Sherbrooke, Lowe
Derbyshire, various 1646-1780.
DD/SK/143/1 - 3 Ashover 1649 - 1676
Cowpe, Stevenson, Lee, Stokes, Matkin, Huthwaite, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/144/1 - 4 Duffield (3 deeds, 1 inventory) 1683 - 1780
Chatbourne, Woodhouse; Coape, Beighton, Sherbrooke 1683 - 1780
DD/SK/145/1 Hulland Webster 1646
DD/SK/146/1 Littleover 1714
Walker, Whitacre
Leicestershire 1704-1870.
DD/SK/147/1 - 2 Bardon Park 1704
Hood, Coape
DD/SK/148A/1 - 8 Prestop Park 1856 - 1870
Sherbrooke, Hastings
Lincolnshire 1787.
DD/SK/148B/1 - 5 Manor, etc. Haceby 1787
Lowe, Brownlow
Middlesex 1480-1858.
DD/SK/149/1 - 44 Hackney, freehold and copyhold 1480 - 1776
Various, Lamb, Moxon, Langford, Foxcroft
DD/SK/150/1 - 18 Hackney, freehold, with some leases 1701 - 1796
Lamb, Moxon, Langford, Foxcroft
DD/SK/151/1 - 18 Hackney, counterpart leases 1773 - 1827
Langford, Foxcroft
DD/SK/152/1 - 38 Hackney - sale (plans and papers) 1839 - 1858
Sherbrooke
DD/SK/152A/1 Wapping - Court of Sewers Order 1678
Yorkshire 1625-1752.
DD/SK/153/1 - 3 Burton alias Monkbretton Smithies 1749 - 1752
Kingston, Morley, (Sherbrooke)
DD/SK/154/1 - 8 Hunslett 1648 - 1665
Sherbrooke, Fenton
DD/SK/155/1 Leeds 1625
Sykes, Jenkinson
Settlements and Wills 1597-1887.
DD/SK/156/1 - 49 Sherbrooke settlements of Manors in and Granges in Oxton 1597 - 1739
DD/SK/157/1 - 41 Sherbrooke wills, settlements, etc., general property 1726 - 1849
DD/SK/158/1 - 41 Wills, settlements, etc. of Henry Sherbrooke, formerly Henry Porter Lowe 1833 - 1887
DD/SK/159/1 - 6 Wills and papers of John Coape Sherbrooke 1822 - 1824
DD/SK/160/1 - 4 Drafts of Wills, etc. of Sherbrooke Lowe 1841 - 1850
DD/SK/161/1 - 20 Sherbrooke settlements, Arnold estate 1755 - 1849
DD/SK/162/1 - 7 Coape wills and settlements 1682 - 1862
DD/SK/163/1 - 6 Langford/Foxcroft wills and settlements 1765 - 1817
DD/SK/164/1 - 20 Lowe wills and settlements 1761 - 1845
DD/SK/165/1 - 10 Porter wills and settlements 1724 - 1772
DOCUMENTS AFFECTING TITLE 1561-1883.
Legal 1561-1883.
DD/SK/166/1 - 12 Legal, Combes End Green 1609 - 1638
Savile v. Sherbrooke
DD/SK/167/1 - 31 Legal, relating to the Granges in Oxton, lately of Bennet Mountford 1561 - 1633
Heirs of Mountford v. Sherbrooke
DD/SK/168/1 - 29 Legal, Oxton Common Rights dispute 1694 - 1772
DD/SK/169/1 - 7 Legal, Oxton Warren rights dispute 1718 - 1781
DD/SK/170/1 - 39 Legal, briefs, opinions, court papers, etc.: an action, possibly collusive arising out of uncertainties in Will and codicils of Henry Sherbrooke, 1751 1834 - 1872
Lowe v. Lowe
DD/SK/171/1 - 14 Legal 1883
Wade-Gery v. Handley
Inclosure 1719-1850.
DD/SK/172/1 - 7 Inclosure, Arnold 1719 - 1790
DD/SK/173/1 - 16 Inclosure, Oxton 1832 - 1850
ESTATE ADMINISTRATION c.1550-1885.
Leases (see also DD/SK/150 and 151) 1659-1884.
DD/SK/174/1 - 6 Oxton and Arnold 1649 - 1839
DD/SK/175/1 - 12 Draft, Picadilly and Bond Street 1816 - 1873
DD/SK/176/1 - 9 Draft, 46 Old Bond Street 1847 - 1884
Manorial c.1550-1874.
DD/SK/177/1 Court Roll, Strelley, Bilborough, Oxton, Shipley (Derbs.) 1554
DD/SK/177/2 Occasional notes from Oxton roll, c. 1430 - 1510. n.d. c. 1550
DD/SK/178/1 - 43 Oxton Manor (Strelley's) - court papers (suit rolls, presentments, estreat, etc.) 1556 - 1726
DD/SK/179/1 - 13 Oxton Manor (Strelley's) - court papers (suit rolls, presentments, estreat, etc.) c.1719 - 1750
DD/SK/180/1 Notes from above made 1836
DD/SK/181/1 - 3 Oxton Overhall, pains and chief rents n.d. c.1550 and 1874
DD/SK/182/1 Arnold Manor court book 1743 - 1756
General Administration 1660 - 1851.
DD/SK/183/1 - 12 Terriers, etc. Oxton - some of these relate to land purchased and sold by Savile and to sale of Oxton Manor in 1717 1660 - 1851
DD/SK/184/1 Survey, etc. of Oxton, Epperstone, Farnsfield, Blidworth, Calverton 1848
DD/SK/185/1 Arnold survey 1757
DD/SK/185/2 Coape estate in Derbyshire 1732 - 1759
DD/SK/185/3 Brassington Terrier 1802
Financial Administration 1722-1885.
DD/SK/186/1 Oxton and Arnold, etc. (rentals, Leases, memos. etc.) 1788 - 1783
DD/SK/186/2 & 3 Arnold etc. rentals (includes miscellaneous accounts) 1722 - 1799
DD/SK/186/4 Car Colston, Thoroton, Aslockton (rentals and miscellaneous accounts) 1782 - 1811
DD/SK/187/1 - 3 Personal account book of Robert Lowe, Oxton and Arnold, etc. estate accounts. 1770 - 1846
DD/SK/188/1 - 34 Oxton - miscellaneous accounts 1847 - 1885
Miscellaneous Administration 1681-1788.
DD/SK/189/1 - 24 Oxton Warren - poaching bonds, letter, note of loan and Car Colston land tax 1681 - 1788
NON ESTATE ACTIVITIES 1657-1876
Local Affairs 1707-1851.
DD/SK/190/1 - 3 Justice's Clerk Fee book, Arnold Poor Law, Oxton Poor Law 1707 - 1851
Family And Business Correspondence 1781-1857.
DD/SK/192/1 - 47 Miscellaneous between Robert Lowe, his sons-in-law (Grant and Oliver) and others. Some deal with affairs of Newark Bank, Pocklington and Dickinson 1781 - 1857
Miscellaneous Documents 1657-1876
DD/SK/192/1 - 6 Various 1657 - 1876
DD/SK/193/1 - 5 Maps of world 1800 - 1804
TITLE DEEDS AND ESTATE PAPERS 1756-1907
Title Deeds 1756-1901
DD/SK/194/1 - 23 Farnsfield - Balker, Church and Bullpiece 1785 - 1849
Closes
Hacker; Hamkin, Heath, Mullins; Weightman; Mathews; Richardson, Matthews; Brown, Matthews; Blatherwick, Matthews; Wilson, Matthews; Lowe, Matthews, Cook, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/195/1 - 22 Oxton and Blidworth - messuage etc. 1756 - 1849
Little, Marshall, Hearson, Bush, Stansall, Sherbrooke
Blidworth - Banker close
Greaves, etc., Harvey, Bush, Stansall, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/196/1-18 Prebend of Oxton (first part) 1761-1850
Mercier, Hamer, Sherbrooke;
Ecclesiastical Commissioners, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/197/1-11 Oxton Common rights 1811-1851
Thoroman, Parker, Redgate, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/198/1-14 Blidworth - Banker Close 1789-1858
Slaney, Wrightman, Taylor, Godson, Bowman, Sykes, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/199/1-2 Car Colston and Epperstone 1855
Houldsworth, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/200/1-10 Oxton - messuage and land 1809-1867
Blatherwick, Mellors; Berridge, Hill, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/201/1-21 Oxton - closes, including Toothill, near Royal Oak; also houses 1800-1870
Hather, Palethorpe, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/202/1-6 Oxton - Pennycroft 1833-1877
Larrat, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/203/1-18 Oxton - 145 ac. and Prebend of Oxton 1801-1884
Netherhall
Beecher, Sherbrooke
DD/SK/204/1-9 Oxton - messuage and land 1843-1901
Thurman, Picker, Carter, Palethorpe, Sherbrooke
Estate Papers 1805-1907
DD/SK/205/1-14 Oxton, Epperstone, Car Colston - settlements and miscellaneous papers 1805-1907
Lowe, Pindar, etc.
Also includes exchange in Epperston and Car Colston, with map (1851) and Wills of Katherine Coape Sherbrooke.
LICENCES 1598-1715
DD/SK/206/1-7 Licences to alienate, etc. 1598-1715
ADDITIONAL PAPERS: 18TH-19TH CENTURIES 1734-1895
Oxton estate papers etc. 1734-1854
DD/SK/207/1 Oxton estate exchanges c.1790
DD/SK/208/1-37 Correspondence and papers re lawsuit over succession to Oxton estate between Rev. Edward Walter Lowe and Henry Porter Sherbrooke (formerly Lowe), c.1840-1850 1790-1850
DD/SK/209/1 Oxton lease 1734
DD/SK/210/1 Papers re wills and settlements 1779
DD/SK/211/1-5 Papers re Oxton and Car Colston tithes and Oxton Prebendal rent 1832-1854
DD/SK/212/1-8 Oxton and Car Colston tithes, commutation, etc. 1842-1854
DD/SK/213/1-2 Oxton Prebendal rent 1833-4
Rev. Robert Lowe 1751-1834
DD/SK/214/1-3 Rectory of Bingham advowson 1751-1805
DD/SK/214/4-12 Rev. Robert Lowe, ordination, institution papers, etc. 1803-1810
DD/SK/215/1-8 Rev. Robert Lowe, prebendary of Southwell: papers 1808-1834
Correspondence re railway 1872
DD/SK/216/1-5 Correspondence of Henry Sherbrooke and others re proposed Market Harborough (Le) - Worksop railway 1872
Diaries and letters, etc. 1793-1895
DD/SK/217/1-26 Robert Lowe: diaries and accounts 1793-1822
DD/SK/218/1-9 Henry Porter Lowe (later Sherbrooke): diaries 1831-40
DD/SK/219/1-21 William Sherbrooke, RN: diaries 1863-95
DD/SK/220/1-5 Letters of Charles Snart at Newark to Robert Lowe re fishing etc 1804-14
DD/SK/221/1 Letter of Eliza Oliver to Rev Robert Lowe 1833
Miscellaneous 18th-19th C.
DD/SK/222/1-8 Poems and verses, etc 18th - 19th C.
DD/SK/223/1- Miscellaneous 1814-1836
DD/SK/227/1-3 Legal suit re Moore family 1836
DD/SK/228/1 'Sherbrooke Family Stories' 1894
SHERWOOD FOREST PAPERS c1661-1934
DD/SK/229/1-9/12 'Sherwood Forest Book' and associated papers c.1661-1934



TITLE DEEDS OF PURCHASE  DD/SK/1-165  1283-1887

OXTON, FREEHOLD  DD/SK/1-78  1283-1883

Manor in Oxton (Digby-Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/1/1-6  1551-1597

[no title]  DD/SK/1/1  2 Oct 1551

Contents:
Indenture, Covenant for sale:
(1) William Digbye of Kettelbye, Leics., Esq.
(2) Thomas Sherebroke of Oxton, gent.
For certain sum (1) covenants to make over to (2) all his estate at Oxton; (2) covenants to pay £176 to (1) on completion of sale.
Tag, Seal.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/1/2  2 Oct 1551

Contents:
Bond:
William Digbye of Ketellbye, Leics., Esq. bound in £300 to Thomas Sherbrooke of Oxton, gent.
Condition to perform covenant of even date.
Sig., tag and seal of W.D.
Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/1/3  3 Oct 1551

Contents:
Deedpoll, grant:
(1) William Digbye of Ketelbye, Leics., Esq.
(2) Thomas Sherbrooke of Oxton, gent.
(1) to (2) all his messuage and lands in Oxton.
Warrantry, Thomas Biggs, yeo. and John Sherebroke, attorneys of (1) for delivery of seisin.
Endorsed: delivery, 15th October.
Sig., tag, and seal of (1)
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/1/4-5  8 April 1554. (Quindene of Easter, 1554)

Contents:
Final Concord, right and left hand indentures: Thomas Sherbrooke, quaer
William Digbie, Esq., deforceant
Manor of Oxton, 10 messuages, 4 cottages, 300 ac. arable, 20 meadow, 60 pasture, 100 wood, 100 brush and furze, and 40/- rent in Oxton.
£160.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/1/6  8 Sept "1597"

Contents:
Deedpoll, Quitclaim:
(1) Rowland Digbye and Symon Digbye, son and heir, Esq.
(2) Robert Sheirbrooke of Oxton, gent.
Of all title to lands in Oxton.
Sig., tag and seal of R.D.
Parch., Latin.

Moiety of Manor of Oxton (Strelley, Rolleston, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/2/1-7  1566-1605

[no title]  DD/SK/2/1  10 July 1566

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and Sale:
(1) Lancelot Rolleston of Hucknall Torkard, gent.
(2) Thomas Sherebrok of Oxton, gent.
£73.6.8.
Reversion of moiety of Manor of Oxton lately held of Agnes Rolleston, widow, with all its lands and rights.
Enrolled Mich. 8 & 9 Eliz. I.
Tag, seal.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/2/2-3  6 Oct & 20 Jan 1566 & 1570; (Octave of Mich. & Octave of Hillary 1566 & 1570)

Contents:
Final Concords, right and left hand indentures:
Thomas Sherbroke, quaer
Lancelot Rolleston, gent., deforceant
1 messuage, 3 tofts, 4 gardens, 50 ac. arable, 90 meadow, 600 pasture, 60 wood, 300 brush and furze, 200 moor in Oxton.
Endorsed: Examined at Fine Office, 1651.
£80.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/2/4  Enrolled: 3 May 1598

Contents:
Exemplification of a fine:
Fine Easter 3 and 4 Philip and Mary:
Thomas Rolleston, esq. and wife Elizabeth, Robert Rolleston and wife Ann, plaintiffs.
John Myllington and Robert Bykerstaffe, deforceants.
Moiety of Manor of Oxton, 2 messuages, 6 tofts, 300 ac. arable, 40 meadow, 100 pasture, 40 woods, 200 brush and furze in Oxton. For life, rent of 1 silver shilling.
Exemplified by Robert Sherbrooke.
Tag and part of seal.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/2/5  Enrolled: 3 May 1598

Contents:
Exemplification of fine, enrolled 17 Sept 8 Eliz. I and Hillary 12 Eliz.I
Parties as DD/SK/2/2-3 above.
Moiety of Manor of Oxton.
Exemplified by Robert Sherbrooke.
Tag and seal.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/2/6  16 Mar 1605

Contents:
Indenture, Covenant to levy a fine:
(1) Launcelott Rolleston of Hucknall Torkard, gent.
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, gent.
Covenant to levy a fine for moiety of Manor of Oxton, 1 messuage, 3 tofts, 4 gardens, 400 ac. arable, 80 meadow, close of meadow called Mylne Close, 500 ac. pasture, Callyngouss Close, Streberry and Greaves closes, Coley's Park wood, Myddle Haye wood, now property of Launcelott Rolleston.
For use of (2).
Sig., tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/2/7  Enrolled: 31 May 1605

Contents:
Exemplification of a fine, dated Trinity 3 James.
Robert Sherbrooke, gent., quaer
Launcelot Rolleston, gent, deforceant
1 messuage, 3 tofts, 4 gardens, 500 ac. arable, 90 ac. meadow, 600 ac. pasture, 60 ac. wood, 300 ac. heath and pine, 200 ac. moor in Oxton and moiety of Manor in Oxton and 3/- rent.
£240.
Tag., fragment of seal.
Parch., Latin.

Exchange, open field (Sherbrooke and Hodgekyn)  DD/SK/3/1  1579

[no title]  DD/SK/3/1  26 June "1579"

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart deed of exchange of lands at Oxton:
(1) Thomas Sherbroke of Oxton, gent.
(2) Robert Hodgekyn of Oxton, husbandman
(1) to (2)
4 ac. of arable land at Oxton and 21 swaithes in Towne meadow. (2) to (1) 7 ac. of land called Lankewith (3 closes).
Endorsed: witneses.
Sig., tag, seal of (2)
Parch., English.

Exchange (closes) (Byron-Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/4/1-6  1579

[no title]  DD/SK/4/1  23 Aug "1579"

Contents:
Indenture, deed of exchange:
(1) John Byron of Colwick, esq.
(2) Thomas Sherbroke of Oxton, gent.
Exchange of property in Oxton, i.e.:
(1) to (2) Fellowes Close (17 ac.3r), Middlehay meadow (11ac.2r.), Middlehey Springe (12 ac.1r.), Greves leys (20 ac. 29 p.), 14 other pieces of land totalling 49 ac. 1 r. 39 p.
(2) to (1) Cowe close (40 ac. 1 r. 10 p.), Bottom of Parke (4 ac. 32 p.), Lungewithe meadow (10 ac. 1r. 11p.), Parke croft (23 ac. 3r. 21p.), 1 close (12 ac. 2 r. 25 p.), Flute leyes (16 ac.), 5 meadows totalling 14½ swathes and 4 other pieces of land.
Sig., tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/4/2  23 Aug "1579"

Contents:
Deed poll (Bargain and sale), Grant:
(1) John Byron (as DD/SK/4/1 above)
(2) Thomas Sherbroke (as DD/SK/4/1 above)
Sale of one messuage in Oxton late occupied by Richard And Agnes Howthwaite, now by William Sheperde, for use of (2). Edmund Robotham and Robert Hodgekyn attorneys to deliver seisin.
Sig., tag, armorial seal
Parch, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/4/3-4  6 Oct 1579; Oct of Mich. 1579

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
John Byron, esq., quaer
Thomas Sherbroke and wife Elizabeth, deforceants
6 ac. arable, 16 ac. meadow, 100 ac. pasture, 50 ac. wood in Oxton.
£160.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/4/5-6  6 Oct 1579; Oct of Mich. 1579

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
Thomas Sherbroke, quaer
John Byron, esq. and his wife, deforceants
Sale of 7 ac. arable, 12 ac. meadow, 100 ac. pasture and 60 ac. woodland in Oxton.
£160.
Parch., Latin.

Croft in Oxton (Sherbrooke, Lupton, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/5/1-4  1551-1605

[no title]  DD/SK/5/1  6 Nov 1551

Contents:
Deed poll, grant:
(1) Thomas Sherebroke of Oxton, gent.
(2) William Lupton of Oxton, husbandman
Sale for 50s. of croft in Oxton by (1) to (2) for use of (2). Warranty clause. Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Sig., tag, seal of (1)
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/5/2  7 Nov 1551

Contents:
Bond:
Thomas Sherebroke of Oxton, gent., bound in 5 marks to William Lupton to observe covenant
(See DD/SK/5/1).
Sig., tag, seal of T.S.
Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/5/3  20 Nov 1605

Contents:
Deed poll, Grant:
(1) John Lupton of Oxton
(2) Robert Sherbroke of Oxton, gent.
Sale for £10 of croft and cottage, late occ. of Robert Stubbing, by (1) to (2), for use of (2). Warranty clause. Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Sig., tag, seal of (1)
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/5/4  20 Nov 1605

Contents:
Bond:
John Lupton of Oxton, yeo. bound in £20 to Robert Sherbroke of Oxton.
Condition: to observe covenant (DD/SK/5/3)
Sig., tag and seal of J.L.
Parch. Latin and English.

¼ part of Manor of Cula (Purefey-Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/6/1-3  1572

[no title]  DD/SK/6/1  28 July 1572

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and Sale:
(1) George Purefey of Drayton, Leics., esq.
(2) Thomas Sherbroke of Oxton, gent.
Sale of 4th part of Manor Cula with appurtenances, rents etc. in Oxton and Calverton. For use of (2). (1) covenants to confirm the sale by fine and feoffment.
Sig., tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/6/2-3  c. Sep/Oct 1572. (1572-3 weeks Mich.)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
Thomas Sherbroke, quaer
George Purefey, esq., deforceant
1 messuage, 2 tofts, 3 gardens, 250 ac. arable, 60 ac. meadow, 300 ac. pasture, 30 ac. wood, 150 ac. heath and pine, 100 ac. moor in Oxton and Calverton and a 4th part of the Manor of Cula with purtenances in Oxton and Calverton.
Endorsed: Examination at fine Office 1651.
£80.

Combes End Green, Oxton (Savell-Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/7/1  1638

[no title]  DD/SK/7/1  28 Nov 1638

Contents:
Deed poll, exemplification of a verdict:
Robert Sherbrooke, gent, plaintiff
William Clay, attorney to above
Thomas Savell, sen, gent., Thomas Savell, jun., gent., Robert Savell, gent., deforceants.
Walter Edge attorney to deforceants.
Re damages for breaking and entering Coombes End Greene (60 ac.) on 8 Apr. Deforceants found guilty. Plaintiff awarded damages of £7. 0s. 6d.
Tag. (Seal damaged)
Parch., Latin.

Lovely Grange and Free Warren (Tomlinson, Jennison and Boyer, Leeke, Powell, Sherbrooke, Savile, Samon).  DD/SK/8/1-41  1595-1730

[no title]  DD/SK/8/1a  16 Apr 1595

Contents:
Indenture, alienation:
(1) Michaell Thomlinson of St. Margarete in the Greives, Oxton, yeo. and wife Benedict
(2) William Bowyer of Denham, Bucks., esq., John Jenison of the Spittle, Derbs., esq.
For £340.
(1) to (2) messuage and farm of St. Margarettes in the Greives, Hartwell croft (8 ac.), Chapell Hill croft (8 ac.), Springe Leas croft (9 ac.), Springe wood (20 ac.), 1 croft occupied by John Bennet (2 ac.), Lovelye grange field (20 ac.), Lovelye grange close (11 ac.), Rough croft with cottage occupied by Anthony Ramshawe (4 ac.), 1 piece wood in occ. A.R. (2 ac.), 2 closes in Darton grant (20 ac.), unclosed ground adjoining latter (11 ac.), Lovelye grange and adjoining lands etc. For use of (2).
One lease to Edward Salmon and Issabell his wife for 21 years, rent £13.6s. 8d. p.a.
Another lease to Anthony Ramshawe for not longer than 15 years: now existing reserved to (2)
Mark, tags of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/1b  16 Apr 1595

Contents:
Indenture:
Counterpart of DD/SK/8/1a.
Sigs., tags, seals of (2)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/2  30 July "1595"

Contents:
Indenture, articles of agreement to assign a lease:
(1) Edward Salmon of Darton Grange, Notts., esq.
(2) Raufe Layton of Bretbye, Derbs., gent.
For £3 paid and £13 to be paid on feast of St. Mathew next, (1) to (2) remainder of lease of St. Margarete, Darton and Lovelye granges.
Sigs. of (1) and (2)
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/3  Exemplified: 11 June 1596; Dated: 6 June 1596. (Trinity 1596)

Contents:
Exemplification of a fine:
William Bowyer (see DD/SK/8/1a), quaer
John Jenyson (see DD/SK/8/1a), quaer
Michael Thomlinson and Benedict his wife, deforceants
60 ac. arable, 60 ac. meadow, 80 ac. pasture, 100 ac. heath and pine.
Sig., tag, seal (frag.)
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/4  25 June 1596

Contents:
Deed poll, declaration:
William Bowyer (see DD/SK/8/1a), quaer
John Jenyson (see DD/SK/8/1a), quaer
Agreement to convey the property described in DD/SK/8/1 against all claims.
Sigs., tags, seals of W.B. and J.J.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/5  16 Sept 1595

Contents:
Bond:
Edward Samon of Darton Grange, Notts., esq. bound in £30 to
Francis Sandford of Matlock, Derbs., gent.
Condition to strengthen lease, E.S. in consideration of £16 paid to F.S. of land and road warrant in Oxton at £10 p.a.
F.S. to have enjoyment.
Sig. of E.S.
Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/6  4 June 1598

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and Sale enrolled:
(1) William Bowyer of Denham, Bucks., esq. and John Jenison of Cleasbye, Yorks, esq.
(2) Thomas Leeke of Langhton Harbour, Notts., esq., Thomas Leeke, jnr. (alias Harrison) reputed son of above.
For £440 (1) to (2)
Messuage and grange called St. Margaret in the Greaves; all lands and buildings bought by (1) from Michael Thomlinson and wife Benedict, by grant dated 16 Apr 1595
(See DD/SK/8/1 & 2.).
For use of (2).
Sigs., tags, seals of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/7  4 June "1598"

Contents:
Deed poll, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) William Bowyer of Denham, Bucks., esq.
John Jenison of Cleasbye, Yorks, esq.
(2) Thomas Leeke and Thomas Leeke, jnr. both (alias Harrison) reputed son of above.
(1) to (2)
Messuages, farms, granges called St. Margrette in the Greives, Oxton Grange, Everseye or Darton grange and Lovely grange in Oxton: and all belonging houses, barns, buildings, stables, orchards, gardens, lands, etc. Also the messuages, farms, land, tenements etc. of Michael and Benedict Thomlinson of St. Margrette in the Greives which was conveyed to William Bowyer and John Jenison on 16 Apr 1595 (see DD/SK/8/1-2). For use of (2). Francis Canforth and Michaell Thomlinson, attorneys.
Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Sigs., tags, seals of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/8  4 June 1598

Contents:
Deed Poll, covenant:
(1) Michael Jenison of London
Rulfe Layton of Bretbye, Derbs., gent.
(2) Thomas Leeke and Thomas Leeke, jnr. (alias Harrison) reputed son of above.
(1) to (2)
Full enjoyment of property enfeoffed (as in DD/SK/6-7).
Sig., tag, seal of (2)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/9  19 June 1598

Contents:
Indenture, articles of agreement re payment:
(1) John Jenison of Cleasbye, Yorks, esq., Ralfe Layton of Bretbye, Derbs., gent.
(2) Thomas Leek of Langhton Harbour, Notts.
Concerning the feoffment and sale of property in DD/SK/8/7 & DD/SK/8/8 by (1) to (2), (2) agrees to pay £440 by installments.
Sig., seals of (1)
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/10  13 Oct 1601

Contents:
Deed poll, assignment of lease:
(1) Edward Samon of Darton Grange, Oxton gent.
(2) Edward Orpinger
(1) to (2)
One close of 19 ac. adjoining the Combes, late leased from Michael Thomlinson, esq. already occupied by (2), for remainder of period of 21 years.
Sig., seal of (1)
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/11  28 Nov 1605

Contents:
Deed poll, exemplification of a recovery:
(1) Thomas Hall, gent and William Savile, gent., plaintiffs
(2) Robert Sherbrooke, gent, deforceant
One messuage, 3 tofts, 4 gardens, 50 ac. arable, 90 ac. meadow, 60 ac. pasture, 60 ac. wood, 300 ac. heath and pine, 200 ac. moor in Oxton and moiety of Manor of Oxton and 3/- rent.
First vouchee, Lancelot Rolleston, gent.; James Leeke, his attorney. Second vouchee, Edward House.
Tag and frag. of seal.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/12  25 Apr 1610

Contents:
Deed poll, exemplification of a verdict:
Thomas Leeke, gent., plaintiff.
Robert Nonne, attorney to above.
John Darlinge of Oxton, husbandman, Richard Tayler late of Oxton, husbandman, servants of Robert Sherbrooke, deforceants; Francis Swale, attorney to deforceants.
Re damage for breaking and entering land of plaintiff at Oxton. Deforceants found not guilty. Plaintiff to pay damaged - 53s. 4d.
Tag., parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/13  30 July 1611

Contents:
Deed poll, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Thomas Leeke of St. Margaret in the Greaves or Greaveslane, gent.
(2) Robert Sherbroke of Oxton, gent.
(1) to (2)
All messuages etc. called St. Margaret in the Greaves, Oxton Grange (alias Evensedge grange or Darton grange) and Lovelye grange in Oxton, with buildings etc. and dovecote, rights of commong pasture, wood, undergrowth, rents and services, free warren, late occupied by Thomas Leeke, deceased. For use of (2). Held free from the Lord. Warranty clause.
Sig., tag, seal of (1)
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/14  30 July 1611

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, no delivery of seisin:
(1) Thomas Leeke (as DD/SK/8/13)
(2) Robert Sherbrok (as DD/SK/8/13)
For £880.
St. Margaret in the Greives, Oxton grange and Lovelye grange etc. (as in DD/SK/8/13).
For use of (2). (1) to suffer a fine within 5 years.
Sig., tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/15  30 July 1611

Contents:
Bond:
Thomas Leeke of St. Margarets in the Grieves bound in £1,300 to Robert Sherbroke of Oxton.
Condition to observe covenant of even date (DD/SK/8/14).
Sig, tag, seal of T.L.
Parch., English and Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/16-17  5 May 1633. (Quindene of Easter 1633)

Contents:
Final concord, right and left hand indentures:
Thomas Sherbrooke, gent., quaer
Thomas Leeke, gent and Margaret his wife, deforceants
Sale of 3 messuages, 3 tofts, 2 dovecotes, 3 gardens, 3 orchards, 100 ac. arable, 60 ac. meadow, 100 ac. pasture, 40 ac. wood, 100 ac. heath and pine and common pasture for all animals in St. Margaret in the Greives, Oxton grange.
Endorsed: examined in fine office 1651.
£240
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/18  28 Mar "1633"

Contents:
Indenture, agreement leading to uses of a fine and recovery:
(1) Thomas Leeke of Leeke, esq. and wife Margarett
(2) Thomas Sherbrooke, son and heir of Robert Sherbrooke, of Oxton, gent. and wife Elizabeth and Henry Sherbrooke
Of of the Middle Temple, London, gent.
On land received by Thomas Leeke and his father (now dead) from William Bowyer and John Jenison (see DD/SK/8/6,7), (1) to (2). (2) agrees to enter a recovery.
Sigs., tags, seals of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/19  9 Dec 1616

Contents:
Indenture, lease:
(1) Crown, in livery of Bennet, wife of late Lancelot Mountefort
(2) William Powell, gent. of Nottingham
Lease to (2) of land, late belonging to Bennet Mountforte, St. Margaret in the Greaves, 16 ac. arable, 20 ac. pasture, 6 ac. wood and 20 ac. arable, 5 ac. meadow, 30 ac. pasture, 2 ac. wood, Darton grange, Loveley grange, late occ. of Robert Sherbrooke, with messuages, once belonging to Welbeck monastery; and 2 closes pasture, 6 ac. now occupied by Anthony Ramshawe, 2 ac. called St. Margarett, 6 ac. meadow and pasture belonging to Lovely grange and Darton grange and moiety of Manor at Oxton with pasture for cattle now held by Robert Sherbrooke for yearly rent of £4.16s. 8d. Term from 27 Aug 1588 as long as in crown hands. Endorsed receipt in Chancery Court dated 9 Dec 1616/17
Sig. of W. Wallingford, Court of Livery and Wards.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/20  28 May "1633"

Contents:
Deed poll, quit claim:
(1) Thomas Leeke of Leake, Notts, gent.
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, gent.
Of all actions.
Receipt for £20 received by Margaret Leake from (2) in receipt of a fine of land between (1) and (2).
Sig., seal of (1); sig. of M.L.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/21  28 Nov 1633

Contents:
Deed poll, exemplification of a recovery:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke, gent., plaintiff
(2) Thomas Sherbrooke, gent, deforceant
Recovery of 3 messuages, 3 tofts, 2 dovecotes, 6 gardens, 100 ac. arable, 60 ac. meadow, 100 ac. pasture, 40 ac. wood, 100ac. heath and pine, free warren and common pasture for all animals in St. Margarette in the Greives, Oxton grange (alias Eversaye or Darton grange) and Lovelye grange in Oxton. First vouchee Thomas Leeke, attorney Richard Chatmill.
Edward House, second vouchee.
Tag
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/22a - h  1639 - 1649

Contents:
Receipts for 5s. 8d., being crown rent for Oxton and Lovelye grange, from Robert Sherbrooke. For the years 1639, 1641, 1642, 1643, 1644, 1646, 1647, 1648 and 1649.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/23  3 Oct 1642

Contents:
Crown auditors notice of meeting on 14th December to collect crown rents at Nottingham. William Groynn, auditor; to Thomas Savile and Robert Sherbrooke. Rents for lands in Lovelye grange.
Printed format.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/24  19 Apr 1650

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Sherbrooke at Oxton to Parsons (?). Asking for writ de particione facienda, for inclosure of 290 ac. of ground between T. Sherbrooke and Thomas Savile of Darton grange; for probate of Richard Dobson's will, late husband of his sister Elizabeth; and for allowance to be given to Thomas Farnworth who had kept a house at his own expense throughout the winter for benefit of inhabitants of Selston.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/25  25 Mar 1651

Contents:
Sheriff's writ. Panel of jurors and copy of case:
(1) Thomas Savile
(2) Thomas Shirbrooke, Thomas Carrington, Thomas Darley
Exemplification of a recovery (see DD/SK/8/26)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/26  12 Feb 1652

Contents:
Deed poll, exemplification of a verdict: Thomas Savile, gent., plaintiff, Walter Edge, attorney to above
Thomas Shirbrooke of Oxton, esq., Thomas Carrington of Oxton, husbandman, Thomas Darley of Oxton, husbandman, deforceants. William Flamsted, attorney to deforceants.
Re breaking and entering 200 ac. warren called The Lings at Iversage Grange (alias Darton grange), land of Savile in Oxton. Thomas Savile does not appear and case therefore goes by default. Savile to pay £5 costs.
Tag and large fragment of seal of Keepers of Liberty of England.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/27  20 Nov 1652

Contents:
Deed poll, exemplification of a verdict: Francis Medley, plaintiff, Walter Edge, attorney to above.
Thomas Shirbrooke, esq., deforceant, William Flamsteed, attorney to deforceant
Re trespass. Plaintiif dispossessed by default of 180 ac. arable, 180 ac. pasture and moiety of 60 ac. arable and 60 ac. pasture in Oxton let to plaintiff for 5 years by Thomas Savile, gent. Defendant found not guilty. Plaintiff to pay £5 costs.
Large fragment of seal of Keepers of Liberty of England.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/28  3 Jan 1671

Contents:
Indenture, alienation
(1) Francis, Lord Hawley, Baron of Langhton, Ireland; Sir Charles Harbord, H.M. Surveyor General; Sir William Howard of Tembridge, Surrey, Kt.; Sir John Talbott of Lacock, Wilts., kt., Sir Robert Stewart of Lincolns Inn, Mx., kt.; William Harbord of Grafton Park, Northants., esq. - Trustees of Fee Farm rents under letters patent
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
Grant by (1) to (2) of fee farm rents for sum of £11. Os. 10d., annual rent 11s. 4d. and all claims from Lovelye grange and Oxton. For use of (2).
Endorsed in Chancery court.
Sigs., tags, seals of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/29  3 Jan 1670/1

Contents:
Receipt
Received from Henry Sherbrooke on behalf of Robert Sherbrooke 5/- being annual rent for Lovelye Grange and Oxton Grange by Francis Hawley and other trustees of fee farm rents (see DD/SK/8/28 above)
Sigs. of trustees.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/30  25 Jan 1670

Contents:
Receipt.
Received by P.A. Lightfoot £3. 4s. 2d. for drawing up contract, conveyance etc. (see DD/SK/8/28 above)
Sig. of Lightfoot
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/31  9 May 1678

Contents:
Copy of grant of a free warren in Iversagh (now Oxton grange) to the Abbot and Convent of Welbeck, dated 5 Apr 1921.
Paper, Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/32  n.d. c. 1678

Contents:
Copy of confirmation of grant of free warren in the Manor of Oxton to Robert Strelley given 20 Oct
Confirmation dated 12 July 1441.
Paper, Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/33  4 June 1743

Contents:
As DD/SK/8/32 above.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/34  n.d. c. 1678

Contents:
Copy of a grant to Sir William Newerham and wife Benedict of Oxton Grange (alias Iversage grange), Lovelye grange and free warrens, late belonging to Welbeck monastery (then recently dissolved). Dated 20 Apr 1543
Damaged - damp and mice.
Paper, Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/35  n.d. c. 1678

Contents:
As DD/SK/8/34 above.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/36a - c  n.d. c. 1680

Contents:
(a) Witnesses' statements
(b) Questions asked by attorney, Joseph Biscoe, Hare Court Temple
(c) Copy of quotation from Thoroton's Antiquities of Notts. and more questions.
All concerned with case agains Sherbrooke re free warren.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/37  n.d. c. 1680

Contents:
Table showing list of witnesses for cases of Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/38a - b  n.d. c.1600

Contents:
Genealogical tables showing connections of Savile, Sherbrooke, etc. and how the several moieties of Darton Grange came to Sherbrooke and Savile.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/39  n.d. c. 1700

Contents:
Plan of field, part of Prior Lings or Warren, with notes on adjoining fields and their acreage. To north the Morefield containing 135 ac. 3 r. 27 p., to the south the Linges containing 291 ac. 2 r. 12 p. Measured by Thomas Hodgkin and witnessed by Thomas Carrington. (Transferred to map collection OX iS).

[no title]  DD/SK/8/40  3 Dec 1716

Contents:
Letter from E.W. Becker to Henry Sherbrooke at Oxton, expressing the opinion that no one has a better or clearer claim to the free warren than H.S. and that there are no grounds for an action of trespass against H.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/8/41  n.d. c. 1730

Contents:
Draft of a case between Henry Sherbrooke and other inhabitants of Oxton. Inhabitants of Oxton to farm 100 ac. of Sherbrooke's land at Iversagh (or Darton or Lovely Grange) for yearly sum of 4/- an acre.
Paper, English.

Messuage and 2 oxgangs (Sherbrooke, Gunthorpe, Camm, Marriott)  DD/SK/9A/1-8  1551-1672

[no title]  DD/SK/9A/1  28 Oct 1551

Contents:
Deed poll, grant:
(1) Thomas Sherbrooke of Oxton, gent.
(2) William Gunthorpe of Oxton, husbandman and wife Margaret
(1) to (2) for £38. 13s. 4d.
One messuage, all (1)'s lands in Oxton in occ. of (2) and piece of wood (2 ac.) called the Greves. For use of (2).
Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Sig., tag, seal of (2)
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/9A/2  31 Oct 1551

Contents:
Bond:
Thomas Sherebrooke bound in £50 to William Gunthorpe to observe covenant (see DD/SK/9A/1)
Sig., tag, seal of "Thomas"
Parch., English and Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/9A/3  Will - 26 Feb 1592; Probate - 10 May 1593

Contents:
Will and probate of Richard Gunthorpe of Eykeringe.
Sig., tag, seal.
Parch., English and Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/9A/4  28 Sept 1608

Contents:
Deed poll, grant, Marriage settlement:
(1) John Camme of Welhagh, Notts., yeo.
(2) Richard Radford of Welhagh, yeo., Randulf Camme of Chesterfield, Derbs., tanner (brother of (1))
(3) Alice, wife of (1) and daughter of Richard Radford
(1) to (2)
Messuage, for use of (1) during life, then for heir of (1) if any born of (1) and (3), or to (3) until heir is aged 21. Trustees - Richard Radford and Randulf Camme.
Sig., tag.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/9A/5  29 July 1636

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Rowland Marriot of Ekringe, carpenter and wife Alice, late wife of John Camme of Eakringe, husbandman; Mathewe Camme, eldest son of John Camme; James Camme, son of J.C.
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, gent. and Thomas Sherbrooke only son of R.S.
For £167, (1) to (2)
1 messuage and 2 oxgangs of land with appurtenances and common pasture at Oxton.
Endorsed with delivery of seisin. For use of (2)
Sigs., tags, seals of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/9A/6-7  23 April 1637. - (Quindene of Easter 1637)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indenture:
Robert Sherbrooke and Thomas Sherbrooke, gents., quaer
Roland Marriot and wife Alice, Mathew Camm and James Camm, deforceants
1 messuage, 1 garden, 1 orchard, 60 ac. arable, 10 ac. meadow, 20 ac. pasture, 4 ac. wood and common pasture in Oxton. £100.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/9A/8  1672

Contents:
Final concord, right hand indenture:
Robert Sherbrook, esq. and Richard Porter, gent., quaer
Thomas Martyn and Eleanor his wife and William Clagg, sen., deforceants
Sale of 1 messuage, 1 bovate arable, meadows and pasture in Oxton. 1 grain barn, 30 ac. arable, 3 ac. meadow, 6 ac. pasture in Grandby. £80.

Linhedge Close (Walker-Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/9B/1  1664

[no title]  DD/SK/9B/1  7 May 1664

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Robert Walker, Thomas Walker, yeos. and Elizabeth Walker, widow, all of Oxton
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, gent.
For £30. (1) to (2)
Linhidge close in late occ. of Thomas Manchester and parcel of farm called Brownley farm, now in occ. of Robert Walker. For use of (2).
Sigs., marks, tags, seals of (1).
Parch., English.

Messuage, Oxgange, close Holmes, Pigott, Sully, Martin, Barrett, Grubb, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/10/1-11  1581-1671

[no title]  DD/SK/10/1  6 Jan 1581

Contents:
Deed poll, bargain and sale, not enrolled:
(1) Henry Holmes of South Muskham yeo. and wife Jane
(2) Robert Pygott of Oxton, husbandman and wife Elizabeth
For £40. (1) to (2)
1 messuage, already in occ. of (2), and 1½ oxgangs of pasture and meadow already held by (2), in Oxton. For use of (2). Warranty clause. Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Sigs., tags, seals of (1)
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/10/2  17 Nov 1587

Contents:
Deed poll, grant for marriage settlement:
(1) Robert Pygott (as DD/SK/10/1 above)
(2) William Pygott (eldest son of (1)) and Elizabeth Romneye, daughter of George Romneye of Oxton
Grant from (1) to (2).
Messuage in Oxton for (2) and their heirs on death of (1). If no heirs, gift to Francis Pygott, second son of (1), who is to give 6s. 8d. p.a. to Elizabeth R. for life, on death of William P.
Sigs., tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/10/3  1 Apr 1608

Contents:
Deed poll, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) William Pygott of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Roger Sulley of Arnold, yeo.
(1) to (2)
1 messuage and 1 oxgang with appurtenances and common pasture in Oxton, late occupied by Elizabeth Pygott. For use of (2). Endorsed with delivery of seisin. Attorneys: Humfrey Hethersawe and Thomas Mee.
Mark, tag, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/10/4  4 June "1608"

Contents:
Deed poll, Feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) George Barrett of Thoroton, Notts., gent. and Francis Barrett brother of G.B. of Oxton
(2) Edward Grubbe of Oxton, husbandman
For £7. (1) to (2).
Close of meadow called the close beneath the Mylne, now in occ. of Grubbe, in Oxton between river Doverbeck and Netherfield. For use of (2).
Sigs., tags of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/10/5  17 Apr "1608"

Contents:
Deed poll, Feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Roger Sulley (as DD/SK/10/3)
(2) John Martyn of Oxton, Mylner
For £100. (1) to (2).
1 messuage and 1 oxgang of land in Oxton now in occ. of (1) and 1 cottage and land upon which builded, formerly belonging to above messuage in occ. of Elizabeth Shawe, widow.
For use of (2). Warrenty clause.
Sig., tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/10/6  Oct. Hil. 1609

Contents:
Final Concord, right hand indenture:
John Martyn, quaer
Roger Sulley, deforceant
1 messuage, 1 cottage, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 27 ac. arable, 1ac. meadow, 4 ac. pasture and common pasture in Hoggeston (alias Oxton) £40.
Parch., Latin

[no title]  DD/SK/10/7  16 Oct 1609

Contents:
Bond:
George Barret of Thoroton, gent. and his brother Francis Barret of Oxton
Bound in £14 to Edward Grubbe.
Condition: to observe covenant (see DD/SK/10/4)
Sigs., seals of G.B. and F.B.
Parch., Latin, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/10/8  26 Oct 1625

Contents:
Deed poll, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Edward Grubbe (as DD/SK/10/4)
(2) John Martine (as DD/SK/10/5)
(1) to (2). For £8.10s.
1 close called the close beneath the Mylne now in occ. of (2), common ways and paths belonging to it and all rights. For use of (2). Warranty clause.
Mark, tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/10/9  26 Oct 1625

Contents:
Bond:
Edward Grubbe of Oxton, husbandman bound in £17 to John Martin of Oxton, milner.
Condition: peacable enjoyment of covenant (see DD/SK/10/8).
Mark, tag, seal of E.G. (as for title deed)
Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/10/10  5 May "1671"

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year:
(1) Thomas Martyn of Hoveringham, yeo and Wife Ellen and Margarette Martyn of Nottingham, widow
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(1) to (2) for 5/-
1 messuage and 1 oxgang of land, late occupied by Francis Martyn, the Close beneath the Mill, late occupied by F.M., and all lands and buildings of (1) in Oxton with all appurtenances in Oxton.
For 1 year from 4 May 1671.
Marks, tags and seals of T.M. and E.M.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/10/11  6 May "1671"

Contents:
Indenture, release:
(1) Thomas Martyn and Ellen his wife and Margarett Martyn (all as DD/SK/10/10)
(2) Robert Sherbrook (as DD/SK/10/10)
(1) to (2) for £46
1 messuage, 1 oxgang, all close called the close beneath the Mill and other lands and buildings of (1) in Oxton (as DD/SK/10/10 above)
Marks, tags, seals of T.M. and E.M.
Parch., English.

Ten Acre, Spring and Martin Closes (Gunthorpe, Kite, Pindar, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/11/1-6  1654-c.1680

[no title]  DD/SK/11/1  1 Feb 1654/5

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment: no delivery of seisin:
(1) John Gunthorpe of Farnefield, yeo.
(2) Thomas Kite of Blackwell, Derbs., yeo.
For £140. (1) to (2).
2 closes, one called tene acre springe (10 ac.) and the other called Martynns close (12 ac.), late in occ. of (1), and all rights and appurtenances in Oxton. For use of (2).
Tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/11/2-3  3 Feb 1654/5

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
Thomas Kite, plaintiff
John Gunthorpe and wife Elizabeth, deforceants.
24 ac. of pasture in Oxton.
£41.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/11/4  9 Aug 1656

Contents:
Indenture, marriage settlement, feoffment, no delivery of seisin:
(1) Thomas Kite of Blackwell, Derbs., yeo.
(2) Thomas Pinder of Bilsthorpe, yeo. and Edmund Lilley of Hockerton, yeo.
(1) to (2) on marriage of (1) to (2)'s daughter Frances, 1 messuage in Oxton, late occupied by Anthony Clarke, 1 cottage now occupied by Maximilian Hills, 1 croft, 1 close known as Woolleys Parke, 2 selions of land adjoining aforesaid cottage, and all appurtenances and common pasture etc. in Oxton. 5 beastgates wanting 1 close, 10 ac. in Blackwell called the Neither pasture or Milne close and the Over pasture or Calwell close. 2 closes in Oxton, late bought from John Gunthorpe, called ten acre springe and Martyns close, 12 ac.
For use of (2) during their lifetimes, if marriage takes place. After deaths of (2) to come to heirs of (1).
Sigs., tags, seals of (2)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/11/5  6 Apr 1680

Contents:
Indenture, lease of 1 year:
(1) Thomas Kite of Blackwell, Derbs., yeo. and wife Frances, John Kite, son and heir of T.K.
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For 5/-. (1) to (2)
2 closes in Oxton, 1 called Ten Acre Spring (10 ac.), the other called Martin's Close (12 ac.), late in occ. of (1), with all ways, commons, woods, underwoods, waters, watercourses, emoluments, etc.
For one year from 5 Apr.
Sigs. (mark of F.K.), tags, seals of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/11/6  7 Apr 1680

Contents:
Indenture, release, feoffment, no delivery of seisin:
(1) Thomas Kite and wife Frances and John Kite son of T.K. all as above
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £130. (1) to (2)
2 closes called Ten Acre Springe and Martyne Close in Oxton (as in DD/SK/11/5 above). For use of (2).
Endorsed receipt.
Sigs. (mark of F.K.), tags, seals of (1)
Parch., English.

Messuage and 2 closes (Gunthorpe-Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/12/1-2  1683

[no title]  DD/SK/12/1  22 Mar "1682"

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Robert Gunthorpe of Farnsfield, yeo.
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £39. (1) to (2)
Messuage and 2 closes in Oxton called The Greves, now in occ. of Simon Richards. For use of (2).
Endorsed receipt.
Sig., tag, seal of (2)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/12/2  22 Mar "1682/3"

Contents:
Bond:
Robert Gunthorpe of Farnsfield, yeo.
Bound in £78 to Robert Sherbrooke above.
To observe covenant (see DD/SK/12/1)
Sig, tag, seal of R.G.
Parch., Latin and English.

Messuage and oxgang (Walker-Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/13/1-2  1683

[no title]  DD/SK/13/1  3 July "1683"

Contents:
Indenture, lease:
(1) Thomas Walker of Oxton, yeo and wife Mary
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For 5/-. (1) to (2).
Messuage late in occ of Richard Fryer and 1 oxgang of arable land called Woods Oxgang in Oxton. For 1 year from 2 July.
Sig. of T.W., mark of M.W., tags and seals of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/13/2  4 July "1683"

Contents:
Indenture, release:
(1) Thomas Walker and wife Mary as above
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £128. (1) to (2).
Release of messuage and oxgang of arable land in Oxton (as DD/SK/13/1). For use of (2).
Sig. of T.W., mark of M.W., tags, seals of (1)
Parch., English.

Cottage and croft (Savile, Carrington, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/14/1-5  1629-1773

[no title]  DD/SK/14/1  29 Sept 1629

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) John Savile of Oxton, esq.
(2) Robert Carrington of Oxton, husbandman.
For £19. (1) to (2)
2 tofts, 2 ac. late in occ. of John Savile and 2 selions of land in winde Mille fields, ½ ac. in Oxton.

[no title]  DD/SK/14/2  18 Feb 1645

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale, not enrolled:
(1) Robert Carrington of Oxton, yeo.
(2) William Carrington, son of (1), of Oxton, weaver
For £5. (1) to (2).
Cottage, now occ. by (2) and 2 leyes on which cottage stands in Oxton.
For use of (2). One penny rent yearly to be paid to Chief Lord of the fee. True copy of original deed.
Mark, tag, seal of (1) (as for a bond).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/14/3  1 Jan "1688"; (1689)

Contents:
Bond:
William Carrington of Oxton, tailor
Bound in £20 to Robert Sherbrooke, esq.
To observe covenant. No deed now existing.
Sig., seal of W.C.
Paper, Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/14/4  5 Apr 1689

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) William Carrington of Oxton, tailor
(2) Robert Sherbrooke as above
For £18. (1) to (2)
Cottage and croft in occ. of (1) in Oxton, with all purtenances and rights. For use of (2).
Sig., tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/14/5  25 April 1773. (Quindene of Easter 1773)

Contents:
Final concords:
Robert Sherbrooke, esq., Caleb Carrington, William Wightman, John Motteram, quaers. Thomas Walker, George Hackett and wife Mary, deforceants
Sale of 1 messuage, 1 cottage, 66 ac. arable, 20 ac. meadow, 50 ac. pasture and common pasture.
£160.
Parch., Latin.

Little Field and Orchard and Hanging Closes and warren (Savile, Lee, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/15/1-23  1678-1691

[no title]  DD/SK/15/1-2  20 & 21 Sept "1678"

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage in form of lease and release:
(1) Thomas Savile of Darton Grange (alias Oxton or Iversage Grange) in Oxton, gent. and Robert Savile son and heir of T.S.
(2) Thomas Lea of Inner Temple, London, esq.
For £400. (1) to (2)
The Orchard close (30 ac.) in tenure of Robert Bush, John Burgesse and Thomas Watson, 2 closes called Little Field and the Hinging Close (20 ac.) in ten. of Thomas Savile and John Little; all warren where the conyes usually are and all the conyes and all rights and privileges, 200 ac.; in tenure of Thomas Savile; with all ways, watercourses, easements, hedges etc. and communal pasture; all in Oxton.
For use of (2).
Sigs., tags, seals of (1). Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/2  21 Sept "1678"

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage
(1) Thomas Savile and Robert Savile (both as DD/SK/15/1) overleaf)
(2) Thomas Lee (as DD/SK/15/1 overleaf)
(2) to (1).
£400 on security of land, as in DD/SK/15/1.
Loan to be repaid with interest (in all £448) within two years. If default of payment, land and all rights to pass to (2).
Sigs., tags, seals of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/3  21 Sept "1678"

Contents:
Deed poll, receipt:
Receipt of £400 from Thomas Lee signed by Thomas Savile. See DD/SK/15/2.
Sig., tag, seal of T.S.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/4  21 Sept "1678"

Contents:
Bond:
Thomas Savile of Darton Grange bound in £800 to Thomas Lee of Inner Temple, London.
Consideration: to observe covenant (DD/SK/15/2)
Sig., tag, seal of T.S.
Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/5  n.d. c.March/April 1686. (n.d. Easter Term 1686)

Contents:
Bill of Complaint:
Thomas Lee, jun., plaintiff
Thomas Savile and Robert Savile, deforceants
Before Judge Jeoffries, Lord High Chancellor
Plaintiff's bill of complaint stating that Thomas and Robert Savile failed to repay mortgage money and interest, borrowed 20 & 21 Sept 1678 on lands (see DD/SK/15/1 & 2) conveyed to plaintiff, within arranged time. Thomas Lee snr. intended to foreclose then and gain possession of mortgaged lands and premises. He died leaving Thomas Lee, jnr., plaintiff, his sole heir. Thomas Lee jnr. demanded repayment, but deforceants refused to pay. Plaintiff asks for court order that mortgaged premises should pass to him or deforceants should repay money. Subpoena served on deforceants compelling heir to appear in court to answer bill of compalint.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/6  n.d. c.March/April 1686 (n.d. Easter Term 1686)

Contents:
Defendant's Answer to bill of complaint above:
Thomas Lee, plaintiff
Robert Savile, deforceant
Acknowledges money was borrowed and says Thomas Savile, his father, died 7 years ago. He was in arrears in paying interest but after being threatened he paid interest to John Thompson, plaintiff's agent. Plaintiff bought writ of habere facias possession, before interest was due, solely "out of vexation and to put defendant to unnecessary charges before he could redeem mortgaged lands". Deforceant asks for more time to repay and that plaintiff should be called to "strict account" for profits of lands and premises. Says Thomas Lee snr. might have intended to foreclose him.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/7  29 May "1689"

Contents:
Copy of oath:
Thomas Lee esq. quaer
Thomas Savile and Robert Savile, deforceants
Copy of oath of Thomas Burrowes of Bakewell, Derbs., swearing that he served deforceants with the subpoena of the Rolls court by delivering it to Elizabeth Savile "their sister" at Oxton Grange, summoning deforceants to appear.
Paper, Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/8  n.d. c. June 1689

Contents:
Brief for case:
Thomas Lee, plaintiff
Thomas Savile and Robert Savile, deforceants
Brief for case to be heard Friday, 7th June 1689 (see DD/SK/15/9 above).

[no title]  DD/SK/15/9a - b  7 June 1689

Contents:
Copies of bill:
Thomas Lee, nephew of Thomas Lee deceased, quaer.
Robert Savile, son and heir of Thomas Savile, deceased, deforceant.
Two copies of bill bought by Thomas Lee jun. against Robert Savile, to recover £400 and interest loaned by Thomas Lee, sen., of Inner Temple, London, to Thomas Savile of Darton Grange, or to enjoy possession of mortgaged lands. Referred to Roger Meredith who was to assess plaintiff's profits from mortgaged lands and deduct this from original mortgage money and interest. Deforceant to pay sum so agreed upon to plaintiff on All Hallows day next. In default of payment plaintiff to have possession of mortgaged lands. Deforceant to pay plaintiffs £5 costs.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/10  12 June 1689

Contents:
Oath:
Thomas Lee, esq., plaintiff
Robert Savile, deforceant
Oath of Thomas Burrowes of Bakewell, Derbs., yeo. swearing that he delivered the subpoena of the Rolls court to deforceant himself, summoning him to appear on 19th June.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/11a - b  25 June 1689

Contents:
Copies of Writ:
Thomas Lee, plaintiff
Robert Savile, deforceant
Two copies of writ issued by court declaring decree made 7 June 1689 absolute, since deforceant appeared but did not pay £5 costs or show any cause to contrary.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/12a - b  22 Nov 1689

Contents:
Copies of Writ:
Thomas Lee, plaintiff
Robert Savile, deforceant
Two copies of a writ which extends time within which deforceant must repay mortgage. Roger Meredith (see DD/SK/15/9 a & DD/SK/15/9 b) to make out account and deforceant to pay within 3 months after account is made.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/13  12 Dec "1689"

Contents:
Thomas Lee, plaintiff
Savile, deforceant
Report of Roger Meredith, assigned by court to prepare account re mortgage in above case. After profits of plaintiff have been deducted and costs added, deforceant to pay £475.12s.0d. by March 1690.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/14  17 Dec 1689

Contents:
Thomas Lee, plaintiff
Robert Savile, deforceant
Writ issued by Court ratifying report of Meredith (see DD/SK/15/13) unless some objection be lodged by deforceant within eight days.
Confirmation of writ added, dated 30 June 1690, no objection having been raised.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/15  3 July 1690

Contents:
Thomas Lee, plaintiff
Robert Savile, deforceant
Confirmation of report made by Roger Meredith (see DD/SK/15/13) in above case. Deforceant raised no objections to account prepared therefore decree declared absolute.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/16  22 July 1691

Contents:
Correction of date of mortgage, given in Roger Meredith's report (DD/SK/15/13) as 22 Sept 1685; whereas the actual deed bears the date 21 Sept 1678 (see DD/SK/15/2).

[no title]  DD/SK/15/17  23 July 1691

Contents:
Statement, signed by Thomas Lee and sworn before S. Kirk, that Robert Savile has not paid the £475.12s. owing to Thomas Lee by the date fixed in the report of Robert Meredith (see DD/SK/15/13).
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/18  24 Feb 1691

Contents:
Thomas Lee, plaintiff
Robert Savile, deforceant
Court Order to inroll decree made in above case on 3 July 1690 (see (DD/SK/15/15).
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/19  24 July 1691

Contents:
Thomas Lee, plaintiff
Robert Savile, deforceant
Decree stating that as deforceant has not repaid £475.12s. as assessed by Roger Meredith (DD/SK/15/13) by date fixed, mortgaged land shall pass into possession of plaintiff.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/20  n.d. July 1691

Contents:
Thomas Lee, plaintiff
Robert Savile, deforceant
Copy of Chancery Decree of above case. Quoting all decrees and writs made between above. (see DD/SK/15/6 - 19) (To secure Thomas Lee's title to lands).
Damaged.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/21-22  6 Aug "1691"

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Thomas Lee of New Windsor, Berks., esq.
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £500 (1) to (2)
Land and premises as in DD/SK/15/1, which Lee inherited from Thomas Lee, snr. and gained full possession of through a case against Robert Sale on default of payment of mortgage (see DD/SK/15/6-20). For use of (2).
Endorsed: receipt for £500, signed Tho. Lee; and quitclaim - Robert Savile in consideration of £120 from (2) relinquishes all claim to above lands and premises to Robert Shirbrooke, date 24 May "1692".
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/15/23  6 Aug 1691

Contents:
Copy of DD/SK/15/22

Farm of 5 oxgangs in Oxton and Epperstone (Land in Hoveringham) (Cade, Gill, Claxton, Byron, Sturtevant, Barratt, Rassell, Clark, Hall, Chaworth, Knolly, Sherbrooke, Burrow, Goodall, Williams)  DD/SK/16/1-47  1549-1695

[no title]  DD/SK/16/1  10 Nov 1549

Contents:
Deed poll gift:
(1) Elizabeth Cade of Newearke, widow
(2) William Cade, son and heir of above, of Thurgarton.
(1) to (2)
All her messuages, land, houses, pastures, closes, woods, etc. in occ. of (2), in town and fields of Oxton. William Gill and Robert Cade, attorneys.
Tag.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/2  11 Nov 1549

Contents:
Deed poll, appointment of attorney:
(1) Elizabeth Cade
(2) William Gill and Robert Cade
Grant of powers of attorney to (2) to deliver seisin of lands given by (1) to her son William Cade, at Oxton (see DD/SK/16/1). Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Mark, tag, seal of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/3  11 Nov. 1549

Contents:
[...] Ass DD/SK/16/2
Mark, tag, of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/4  18 Mar 1550

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale:
(1) William Cade of Newark, gent.
(2) Edmund Claxton of Balderton, gent.
For £39.12s., (1) to (2)
Portion of messuage at Oxton which (1) received from Elizabeth Cade, his mother (see DD/SK/16/1).
For use of (2). £3.10s. paid in horses.
Tag., seal.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/5  18 Mar 1550

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of grant:
(1) William Cade, gent. son and heir of Elizabeth Cade
(2) Edmund Claxton, gent.
(1) to (2)
Messuage in Oxton which (1) received from his mother Elizabeth Cade. Attached: appointment of Henry Cade as attorney to deliver seisin.
Tag, Seal. Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/6  15 June 1555

Contents:
Deed poll, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Edmund Claxton of Balderton, gent.
(2) John Byron, kt., Edward Bussy, esq., William Townrow, Richard Barrett, William Sturtevant, Henry Cade
(1) to (2)
Messuage and premises, meadows & pastures in town and fields of Bathley, Muskham, Newark, Farneton, Balderton, Oxton and Thoroton & messuage in Gelston, Lincs. For use of (1). Warranty clause.
Parch., Latin. Tag.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/7  4 June 1561

Contents:
Indenture, covenant to divide an inheritance:
(1) Agnes Sturtevant of Norwell, widow, a sister & co-heir of late Richard Claxton of Balderton
(2) John Peile and wife Elizabeth of Norwell, Elizabeth being sister and co-heir of Richard Claxton
(3) Richard Barrett of Thoroughton, jnr., yeo., son and heir of -. Barrett, co-heir of Richard Claxton
Land & premises of late Richard Claxton to be divided between (1) and (2) and (3) as follows:-
To (1): farm in Selston, Lincs., in ten. Thomas Johnson; 1 messuage in Balderton ten. of James Barrett; 1 tenement in Balderton called Mylne House, with adjoining close in ten. Nicholas Robotham; 1 ten. in Balderton, in ten. William Sheppard; 1 messuage in Newarke in street called Mylnegait in ten. Robert Kitchen; 1 close in Newarke at end of Balderton Gait in ten. John Farkeson. For use of (1) for ever.
To (2): 1 messuage in Baythley in ten. William Scrimshaw; 1 cottage in Baythley in ten. John Walkingson; 1 windmill in Baythley in ten. Agnes Sturtevant; 1 messuage in North Muskham in ten. Sheben Moorley; 1 messuage in South Muskham in ten. Thomas Smythe; 1 messuage in South Muskham in ten. John Howton; 1 tenement in Balderton and freehold land in ten. James Barron; 1 tenement in Balderton in ten. Adam Copweight; 1 messuage in Balderton in ten. Thomas Turner; 1 messuage in Balderton in ten Robert Spaldesforthe and 1 oxgang land (meadow and pasture) in ten. Henry Caid; and 3/- rent p.a. from each part & possession given to (1) and (2) by this indenture.
For use of (2) for ever.
To (3): 1 messuage in Oxton & Calverton in ten. Thomas Knowles; 1½ oxgang land late belonging to Newarke and ½ oxgang land in Balderton in ten. Christopher Darson; 1 messuage in ten. John Cothon; 1 tenement in ten. John Wright, 1 messuage in ten. John Scrimshaw, 1 messuage in ten. William Jackson - all in Balderton; 1 messuage in Mylnegait, Newark, with houses and bakeries in ten. Edmund Houghton; arable land in Newarke in ten. John Clarke; 1 messuage in Thoroughton in ten. Richard Barratt, snr. For use of (3).
Tag, seal (1). Sig., tag, seal of J.P., mark of E.P.
Tag, mark of (3).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/7a  27 July 1565

Contents:
Quitclaim, (2) to (3) of 18d.
(See DD/SK/16/7).

[no title]  DD/SK/16/8  4 June 1561

Contents:
Deed poll, quit claim:
(1) Agnes Sturtevant of Norwell, widow and John Peile and wife Elizabeth of Norwell, yeo.
(2) Richard Barrett, the younger, of Thoroughton, yeo.
(1) to (2)
Of all claim of lands granted to (2)
By indenture of even date (see DD/SK/16/7).
Marks, sigs, tags, seals of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/9  4 June 1561

Contents:
Bond:
Agnes Sturtevant of Norwell, widow; John Peill and wife Elizabeth of Norwell, yeo. bound in £200 to
Richard Barrett, jnr. of Thoroughton, yeo.
Condition: to observe covenant
(DD/SK/16/8).
Marks, tags, seals of A.S., J.P., E.P.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/10  4 Nov 1561

Contents:
Deed poll, quit claim:
(1) William Caide of Newark, gent.
(2) Richard Barrett, the younger, of Thoroughton, yeo., Agnes Sturtevant of Norwell, widow, John Peile and wife Elizabeth of Norwell, yeo.
For certain sum.
(1) to (2)
Quit claim of full title to Thornedaill close in Calverton and one piece of ground "lying within my Lady Newnam" in Oxton.
For use of (1).
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/11-12  27 Jan 1564 (Quin.Hil. 1564)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indenture: Richard Barrett, jnr., John Pyle and wife Elizabeth, Agnes Sturtyrvant, widow, quaer
William Cade, gent., deforceant
Sale of 1 messuage, 1 cottage, 1 toft, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 50 ac. arable, 12 ac. meadow, 20 ac. pasture, 15 ac. wood in Oxton and Calverton.
£40.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/13  31 Jan 1564

Contents:
Deed poll, exemplification of a fine: Richard Barrett, jnr., John Pyle and wife Elizabeth, Agnes Sturtevant, widow, quaer
William Cade, gent., deforceant.
Property as DD/SK/16/11 & DD/SK/12 above.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/14  31 July 1566

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale, not inrolled:
(1) John Rossell of Ratclife-upon-Trent, esq.
(2) John Clarke of Mansfield, the elder and Christopher Clarke of Skegbye, husbandman
For £43.10s. (1) to (2).
Moiety of messuage in Oxton, all his lands, tenements, etc. in Oxton, Eperston and Hoveringham and all rights. For use of (2)
Tag., seal.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/15  11 Nov "1570"

Contents:
Deed poll, agreement of particulars for exchange:
(1) George Purefoy of Drayton, Leics., esq.
(2) Richard Barrett of Thuruton, yeo.
(1) to have Fallowes close and land adjoining on east side, land called the Browne Wood and the Berye close on north side of the Fallowes.
(2) to have woods and grounds in the Greaves and Cowley park. (1) to have the Netherlankwithes, now in occ. of William Lupton, the close under the manor field and 5 lands adjoining. (2) to have Upperlankwythes and the Pringell now in occ. of Thomas Knolles, Krynklebeck close and 5 lands in Krynklebeck.
(1) to have Thorndale close and ½ the meadow close next to the Mylne close.
(2) to have other ½ of the meadow close, small close beneath the Mylne, 2 leas at the Water Stone next to Lamb hedge, 5 leas beyond the Fallowes next to the Grange fields, 2 leas beyong far Grange fields next Mr. Byron's ground & 1 close under Lankworth hedge and the bottom of the parke.
(1) to have Brail croft in Oxton to west and north Thomas Sherbrooke, to east the Kyber and to south land of William Lupton.
(2) to have croft in Oxton: to east, west and north Mr. Byron, and to south
And 1 small croft called Futbale croft and 1 lane croft beyond the Fallowes.
(1) to have lands in Oxton in ten. of William Lupton.
(2) to have lands in Oxton in ten. of Thomas Knolles.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/16  8 Mar 1579

Contents:
Deed poll, Quit claim:
(1) Robert Hall of Radcliffe-upon-Trent, gent.
(2) George Chaworth of Wyverton, esq.
Quit claim from (1) of any claim to (2)'s lands, tenements etc. in Oxton.
Mark, Tag of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/17  29 Apr 1579

Contents:
Indenture, Alienation:
(1) George Chaworth of Wiverton, esq.
(2) Richard Barrett of Thoroughton, yeo.
For £100.
Messuage in Oxton with all buildings, gardens, arable land, meadows, pasture, common pasture, rents services, land and tenement in Epperstone and Hoveringham in field by mills territories and all other lands of (1) in Epperstone and Hoveringham; one time in possession of Robert Strelley, late purchased by John Erle of Bedford, Lord Keeper of Privy Seal, and Edmund Downing, gent. on 29 June 1553. Then purchased by Thomas Holmes of London, gent, 30 June 1553 and sold to Sir John Chaworth, kt., father of (1) on 2 July 1553, with all rights. For use of (2).
Sig., tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/18  29 Apr 1579

Contents:
Deed Poll, Confirmation of a feoffment:
(1) George Chaworth
(2) Richard Barrett
Confirmation of sale of messuage and lands at Oxton (as in DD/SK/16/17) by (1) to (2) for £10. Sealed with delivery of seisin.
Sig, tag, seal of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/19-20  9 April 1581. (Quin. of Easter 1581)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
Richard Barrett: quaer
George Chaworth, esq.: deforceant
1 messuage, 1 garden, 1 orchard, 80 ac. arable, 6 ac. meadow, 20 ac. pasture and common pasture in Oxton. £40.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/21  22 Nov 1580

Contents:
Deed poll, Confirmation of sale:
(1) Henry Hall of Screveton, yeo.
(2) Richard Barrett of Thoroton, yeo.
(1) to (2)
Messuage in Oxton with houses, buildings, barns, stables, orchards, gardens etc., rents and services. For use of (2).
Warranty clause.
Mark, tag of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/22a - b  11 Feb 1582

Contents:
Indenture, deed of exchange:
(1) Richard Barrett of Thoreton, yeo.
(2) Thomas Knottes of Oxton, yeo.
(a) (1) to (2)
1 croft, 3 r. in Oxton, abbutting east, west and north on lands of John Byron, kt., and south on a lane; and 3 selions of arable lands, 1½ ac. in Oxton fields. For use of (2). Warranty clause.
(b) (2) to (1)
1 croft, 3 r. in Oxton fields, to north land of (1) in tenure of Thomas Lymme, to south land of Randall Brakes, to east the river, to west Netherhatfelde, 3 selions arable (1½a.) west of above. For use of (1).
Parties reversed in (b) ). Warranty clause
Sigs, tags, seal of (2) on both (a) and (b)
Parch. Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/23  21 May 1586

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale, not inrolled:
(1) Christopher Clarke of Skegbye, yeo.
(2) Richard Barrett of Thoroton, gent.
For £100(1) to (2).
Messuage in Oxton in occ. of John Graves, with all houses, gardens, orchards, crofts, closes, meadows etc. belonging in Oxton, Epperstone and Hoveringham. For use of (2). (1) to make any further deeds required by (2) within next year.
Lease by (1) to John Graves and William Stonyforth, 40/- rent to be paid to (2).
Mark, tag of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/24  21 May 1586

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of Grant (DD/SK/16/23):
(1) Christopher Clarke of Skegbye, yeo.
(2) Richard Barrett of Thoroton, gent.
(1) to (2)
messuage in Oxton in occ. of John Greves, with all appurtenances (as in DD/SK/16/23).
For use of (2). Warranty clause.
Mark and tag.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/25  21 May 1586

Contents:
Bond:
Christopher Clarke of Skegby, yeo bound in £200 to Richard Barrett of Thoroton, gent.
Condition: to observe covenant (as in DD/SK/16/23).
Mark, tag, sig. of C.C.
Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/26  6 Oct 1588 - (Oct. of Mich. 1588)

Contents:
Final concord, right hand indenture:
Richard Barrett: quaer
Christopher Clarke and wife Margaret: deforceants
Moiety of messuage, 100 ac. arable, 10 ac. meadow, 100 ac. pasture, 20 ac. wood in Oxton, Eperston and Hoveringham.
£40.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/27  7 May 1587

Contents:
Deed Poll, exemplification of a recovery:
John Clarke snr. and Christopher Clarke:
Plaintiffs
Richard Lee: attorney
John Rossell, esq.: deforceant
Robert Clough: attorney to deforceant
Recovery of 20 ac. wood in Epperstone and moiety of messuage, toft, garden, 60 ac. arable, 10 ac. meadow, 20 ac. pasture in Oxton, Epperstone and Hoveringham.
First vouchee: John Holkett
Second vouchee: John Heal
Tag., Seal.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/28  20 Apr 1588

Contents:
Indenture, confirmation of deed of exchange:
Endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, son and heir of Thomas Sherbrooke
(2) Richard Barrett of Thoroton, yeo., George Barrett, son and heir of R.B.
(1) to (2)
[...] 1 piece pasture in Netherfield, High Park gates, in ten. of Thomas Cowper; 6 selions arable in Morefield in Oxton, 4 in tenure of R.S., 2 in tenure of Robert Swift; 1 selion arable, 6 furlongs of which are called Wheatehill, in tenure of R.S.; Meadowcroft in Oxton fields; and Water Stone in tenure of R.S. For use of (2)
(2) to (1)
1 selion in Oxton fields called Streaberry Well; wood called Culley Parke; 2 selions pasture in Lane Crofts; 3 selions arable in the Moor fields in Farre Brecke in Oxton fields; 1 selion arable called a butt in Netherfield. For use of (1).
Sig, tag of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/29  20 Apr 1588

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart deed of exchange:
Endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Robert Sherbrook (as DD/SK/16/28 above)
(2) Richard Barrett and George Barrett (as DD/SK/16/28 above).
Counterpart as DD/SK/16/28.
Sigs, tags, seals of (2).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/30  20 Apr 1588

Contents:
Indenture, confirmation of Deed of exchange:
Endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Richard Barrett, as above and George Barrett, as above.
(2) Robert Sherbrooke (as DD/SK/16/28 above)
Exchange in lands as in DD/SK/16/28.
Sigs., tags, seals of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/31  20 Apr 1588

Contents:
Indenture, Counterpart deed of exchange, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Richard and George Barrett (as DD/SK/16/28 above).
(2) Robert Sherbrooke (as DD/SK/16/28 above)
Counterpart of DD/SK/16/30.
Sig., tag, seal of (2).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/32  1 Apr 1593

Contents:
Deed Poll, confirmation of grant for marriage settlement:
(1) Richard Barrett of Thoroton, yeo.
(2) George Barret, son of R.B. above
Release by (1) to (2) of messuage and mill with appurtenances in Thoroton, Hawkesworth and Oxton, in consideration of marriage of (2) and Anna Savile, daughter of John Savile of Oxton, gent.
Messuage, mill and land formerly leased to George Chaworth of Wyverton, esq. and Thomas Shipman of Scarrington, yeo. on 8th March 1580.
For use of (1) for life; and after his death for use of (2).
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/33  14 Apr "1599"

Contents:
Deed poll, receipt:
(1) Anthony Sturtevant, son of Lawrence Sturtevant late of Norwell, deceased
(2) Edward Wymondsould, Richard Barrett, William Sturtevant, John Sturtevant
(1) acknowledges receipt of £22 for payment of debts of (2) and discharges them.
Sig., seal of (1).
Paper.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/34  2 May "1669"

Contents:
Indenture mortgage:
(1) Thomas Barrett of Thoroton, gent.
(2) William Burrowe of Nottingham, cordwinder, Elizabeth Goodale of Nottingham, widow
For £500.
(1) to (2)
Messuage:- 5 oxgangs of arable, land, meadows and pasture and 1 foot of land, 3 cottages with tofts, crofts and closes in Oxton and Epperston with houses, buildings, barns, stables, gardens, orchards, courts, yards, tofts, crofts, lands, meadow pasture, common pasture, beastgates, woods, water easements etc. In tenure of William Taylor of Oxton. And all other messuages and lands of (1) in Oxton and Epperstone and of Richard Barret, deceased, father of (1).
With all rights.
For use of (2) provided that if mortgage plus interest (£680) is paid at house of Ralph Edge, gent. in Long Row at dates and in sums mentioned, on or before 11 Nov 1675, indenture to be void and lands are to be returned to (1).
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/35  2 May 1669

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart mortgage:
(1) Thomas Barrett of Thoroton, gent.
(2) William Barrett and Elizabeth Goodale, both as above
Counterpart of DD/SK/16/34.
Sigs, tags, seals of (2).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/36-37  April/May 1669 (5 weeks of Easter 1669)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
William Borrowes and Elizabeth Goodale, widow: quaer
Thomas Barrett, gent.: deforceant
1 messuage, 4 cottages, 100 ac. arable, 5 ac. meadow, 60 ac. pasture, 50 ac. heath and pine and common of pasture in Oxton and Epperstone.
£200.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/38  9 Sept "1685"

Contents:
Indenture, Declaration:
(1) William Burrowes of Nottingham, cordwainer and Elizabeth Goodale of Nottingham, widow
(2) Edmund Cooke of Nottingham, chandler and grocer
Declaration by (1) that £200 of £500 mortgage money loaned to Thomas Barrett in security of lands in Epperstone and Oxton (see DD/SK/16/34) is property of (2). £500 was money of Edmund Cooke, Mary Cooke (deceased), Adrian Cooke and Joseph Cooke, all infants, for which (1) were guardians. £200 of it plus interest is to be paid to (2) when mortgage is redeemed.
Sigs., tags, seals of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/39  6 May "1680"

Contents:
Indenture, Declaration:
(1) William Burrowes and Elizabeth Goodale, both as above
(2) Adrian Cooke of Nottingham, frameworker and knitter
Declaration by (1) that £200 of £500 mortgage money loaned to Thomas Barrett on security of lands in Oxton and Epperstone (see DD/SK/16/34) is property of (2). £500 was money of Edmund Cooke, Mary Cooke (deceased), Adrian Cooke and Joseph Cooke, all infants, for which (1) were guardians. £200 of it plus interest is to be paid to (2) when mortgage is redeemed.
Endorsed: assignment of all claim to £200 and interest, to Margaret and Anne Cooke.
Sigs, tags, seals of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/40-41  6 and 7 Oct "1688"

Contents:
Indentures, lease and release, transfer and increase of mortgage:
(1) Thomas Barrett of Thoroton, gent., William Burrowe and Elizabeth Goodale, both as above
(2) William Williams of Kempstone, esq.
(1) to (2)
Lease for 3 months and release of messuage formerly mortgaged by Thomas Barrett to William Burrowe and Elizabeth Goodale (see DD/SK/16/34).
(2) to pay to William Burrowe and Elizabeth Goodale £562.10s. and to Thomas Barrett £37.10s. For use of (2) for ever unless Thomas Barrett repays to (2) £630 (£15 on 9 Apr and £615 on 9 Oct 1689) within 1 year.
Endorsed with receipts of William Burrowe and Elizabeth Goodale and of Thomas Barrett.
Sigs, tags, seals of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/42  14 May "1690"

Contents:
Indenture, lease:
(1) Thomas Barrett of Thoroton, gent.
(2) Robert Bush of Oxton, husbandman
(1) to (2)
Messuage in Oxton with arable land in Town fields and Nether meadow (2 ac.), meadow of Water Stone close (2 ac.), Cringlebecks meadow (3½ ac.), Lanckworth close (meadow) (8 ac.), Hutchindale Close (meadow) (3 ac.), 2 closes of meadow and pasture (2 ac.) in occ. of John Naylor and 7 swaithes and 5 gubbernes of meadow in the Upper meadow, close of pasture called Lea close (12a.), close of woodland called Cullow Parke, (5a.), pasture called Water Stone close (1½ ac.), Woodland and pasture called Barrett Spring (2 ac.) in occ. of George Richeson and 2 closes pasture called Gattfield close (3 ac.), 1 close pasture (1½ ac.), and 3 cottages with appurtenances, now in tenure of Francis Scotherne, John Cotterell and John Hodgkin. Lease for 21 years from 25 Mar. 1690 at annual rent of £36.
(2) to (1)
£3 for every acre of above land he ploughs without (1)'s consent. (2) to keep lands and buildings in good repair. (2) not to cut trees except to repair fences etc. (1) to pay half taxes, etc.
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/43  n.d. c. May 1690

Contents:
Detailed list of ground leased by Thomas Barrett to Robert Bush (see DD/SK/16/42). Conditions upon which land is leased.
Paper.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/44  19 May "1690"

Contents:
Articles of Agreement for sale:
(1) William Barrett
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(1) to (2)
messuage and lands and 3 cottages in Oxton for £1,070. (see DD/SK/16/45 and DD/SK/16/46).
Sigs, seals of (1) and (2)
Paper.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/45-46  13 and 14 Apr "1691"

Contents:
Indentures, lease and release:
(1) William Barrett of Thurrowton, gent., nephew and heir of Thomas Barrett, deceased, William Williams of Rempston, esq.
(2)(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Arnold, gent.
(1) to (2)
lease for three months and release of messuage etc. (as DD/SK/16/34) formerly mortgaged by Thomas Barrett, uncle of (1), to William Williams (see DD/SK/16/40 and 41). (2) to pay to William Barrett £399 and to William Williams £621. For use of (2).
Sigs., tags, seals of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/16/47  20 Dec "1695"

Contents:
Bond:
Thomas Kite of Blackwell, Derbs, and John Kite of Hucknall, son and heir of Thomas Kite bound in £660 to Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold to observe covenant of even date (no deed).
Sigs, seals of T.K. and J.K.
Paper, printed format.

Messuage and lands (Clarke, etc., Pipes, Kyte Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/17/1-8  c.1638-1695

[no title]  DD/SK/17/1-2  6 Oct 1638. (Oct. of Mich. 1638)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
John Pypes: quer
Robert Key and wife Eleanor, John Dawson and wife Anna, William Clarke (alias Harstaffe) and wife Elizabeth: deforceants
2 messuages, 2 gardens, 1 orchard, 30 ac. arable, 4 ac. meadow, 16 ac. pasture and communal pasture in Oxton.
£100.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/17/3  20 Nov. "1646"

Contents:
Indenture, Feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) John Pipes of (?) Hillcote, par. Blackwell, yeo. and wife Elizabeth
(2) John Kyte of Blackwell, Derbs., yeo.
For £173.
(1) to (2)
Messuage in Oxton late in ten. of Robert Keye, 1 cottage in Oxton, late in ten. of Anne Ball, widow, 1 croft near said house, Cristing close, meadow, croft, Coolley Parke, 2 selions of land adjoining cottage with all appurtenances.
For use of (2).
"John Kyte" inserted later throughout document.
Marks, tags of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/17/4  5 May 1647 Exemplification: 2 May 1647 (Quin, Easter 1647)

Contents:
Deed Poll, Exemplification of a fine:
John Kite; quer
John Pipes and wife Elizabeth: deforceants
1 messuage, 1 cottage, 1 garden, 1 orchard, 40 ac. arable, 6 ac. meadow, 6 ac. pasture and communal pasture in Oxton (see DD/SK/17/3)
Tag and seal.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/17/5-6  17 Nov. 1683 (Oct. of Martin 1683)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
Robert Sherbrooke, esq.: quer
Thomas Kyte and wife Frances, Thomas Walker and wife Mary: deforceants
1 messuage, 1 toft, 20 ac. arable, 6 ac. meadow, 20 ac. pasture and communal pasture in Oxton.
£60.
Parch. Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/17/7-8  19 & 20 Dec "1695"

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Thomas Kite of Blackwell, Derbs, yeo. and wife Frances, John Kite of Hucknall, yeo., son and heir of Thomas Kite
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
(1) to (2) for £180. paid to T.K. and F.K. and 5/- paid to J.K., messuage in Oxton, late in ten. of John Blatherwick, with 1 garden, and orchard and lands as follows:-
Upper Croft, near messuage house, 1½ ac. Meadow croft or Springe Close, 1½ ac.; Criffin close (2 ac.), Hunnynab close (2 ac. 2 r.), Greaves Hill close (1 ac.), 3 swathes in Nether Hill meadow (3 r.), 3 swathes in the great meadow and 6 gubborns of meadow (1ac.), Arable land in Morefield (c. 4 ac.), arable land in Wind Mill hill field, arable land in the Netherfield belonging to Oxton, arable Land in the Upper Hatfield, arable Land in the Nether Hatfield.
For use of (2)
Detailed terrier of closes and strips in open fields attached to 7 and 8.
Mark of F.K., sigs of T.K. and J.K.
Tags and seals.
Parch.

Land in Waterstone Close (Watson, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/18/1  1696

[no title]  DD/SK/18/1  27 Feb "1696"

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) William Watson of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £2.10s. (1) to (2)
Piece of meadow within Waterstone close in Oxton, ½ r.; with all appurtenances.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig. and wafer seal of (1).
Parch.

Ruffe Close (Savile, Hodson, Woolhouse, Hacker, Carter, White, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/19/1-14  1682-1698

[no title]  DD/SK/19/1  23 Jan "1682"; 1 July 1686

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) Robert Savile of Darton Grange, Oxton, gent.
(2) Andrew Hodson of Farnsfield, yeo.
For £30. (1) to (2).
Ruffe close (30 ac.), in Oxton.
For 500 years and peppercorn rent. Unless mortgage be repaid with interest (in all £53) by 24 Jan 1683/4.
Endorsed with receipt dated 23 Jan. 1682/3
Sig. of (1)
Endorsed with assignment of mortgage:
(3) Richard Hodson and William Hodson, executors of will of (1)
(4) John Hacker of Flintham, gent.
(3) to (4)
Ruffe close for remainder of period of 500 years.
Sig., tag of (1).
Sigs, seals of (3).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/19/2  1 May 1685

Contents:
Indenture, articles of agreement:
(1) Robert Savile of Darton Grange, Oxton, gent.
(2) William Woolhouse of Flintham, gent.
For £273.12s. (1) to (2)
Trees and wood standing in Mr Savile's Spring close (alias Ruffe close) in Oxton, right to fell and use trees during following 3 years, right of way for workmen and carts used in felling trees and pasture for cattle so employed.
Sig, seal of (1).
Paper.

[no title]  DD/SK/19/3-4  24 & 25 Sept "1685"

Contents:
Indentures, mortgage, in form of lease and release:
(1) Robert Savile of Darton Grange, Oxton, gent.
(2) William Woolhouse of Flintham, gent.
For £50. (1) to (2)
Ruffe close, 32 ac. in Oxton.
For use of (2) for ever. Unless mortgage be repaid with interest (in all £51.10s.) by following 25 Mar.
Sigs., tags, seals of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/19/5  19 Mar "1691"

Contents:
Indenture, Assignment of mortgage:
(1) John Hacker of Newark, gent.
(2) William Woolhouse of Newark, Doctor of Physic
For £50 (1) to (2)
Ruffe close in Oxton for remainder of period of 500 years. Formerly mortgaged by Robert Savile to Andrew Hodson and assigned by exors. of A.H. to (1).
Sig, tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/19/6-7  31 June and 1 July "1693"

Contents:
Indenture, Lease and Release, transfer of mortgage:
(1) Thomas Carter of Epperstone, gent. (trustee to Odingsall White)
(2) William Wodhouse of Newark as DD/SK/19/5 above.
For £40, (1) to (2)
Ruffe Close in Oxton formerly mortgaged with other lands, by Robert Savile to William White, and now vested in (1) and Odingsall White, an infant, under guardianship of (1).
(1) covenants that Odingsall White on reaching age of 21 will convey close to (2); and to produce mortgage at any time in defence of title.
For use of (2).
Sig., tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/19/8  1 July "1693"

Contents:
Indenture, Release:
(1) Thomas Carter of Epperstone, gent. (trustee to Odingsall White)
(2) William Wodhouse of Newark as DD/SK/19/5 above.
Counterpart of DD/SK/19/7 above.
Sig., tag, seal of (2).
Parch., English.

[no title or date]  DD/SK/19/9

Contents:
Abstract of Mr, Wodhouses title to Ruffe Close.
Quoting DD/SK/19/1,3-8 above and overleaf.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/19/10-11  22 and 23 Sept "1698"

Contents:
Indentures, Lease and Release:
(1) William Wodhouse of Newark as DD/SK/19/5 above.
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £55, (1) to (2)
Ruffe close (30 ac.) in Oxton.
For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt for £55, signed by (1).
Sig., tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/19/12  23 Sept "1698"

Contents:
Bond:
William Woolhouse of Newark, gent. bound in £100 to Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq. To observe covenant of even date (DD/SK/19/11 above)
Armorial seal and sig. of W.W.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/19/13  28 Sept "1698"

Contents:
Note from Thomas Sherbrooke, sent with purchase money for Ruffe Close, less one guinea, to William Woolhouse. Endorsed with receipt for £53.18s.
Signed by William Woolhouse.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/19/14  n.d. c. 1698

Contents:
Account from Samuel.......... to Robert Sherbrooke for £1.3.0. for drawing up deeds, bond, abstract of title etc. signed "Recd. the contents of this bill, by me Sam. Lowe"
Paper. English

Ellis Jackson (Beresford), Strawberry Hill Closes & 2½ oxgangs (Stubbins, Sherbrooke, Lamb)  DD/SK/20/1-14  1637-1699

[no title]  DD/SK/20/1  28 July "1637"

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Thomas Ellis of Grantham, Lincs, esq., George Ellis of Wyham, Lincs., gent.,
Thomas Shipman, Hanchwayte, Adwicke upon Streete, Yorks, gent., Frances Savile of Lincoln, widow, William Savile of Grays Inn, London, gent.
(2) Roger Jacson of Cropwell Butler, yeo. and his son and heir Roger Jacson
For £380, (1) to (2)
Messuage in Oxton, late in tenure of Frances and William Savile. One close of pasture called Strawberry close with the wood and trees on it, Strawberry Well close, Mooregate close and all arable land, meadow and pasture belonging to messuage.
For use of (2).
Tags of (1), Sigs. of G.E., T.S., F.S., W.S.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/20/2-3  25 & 26 May "1685"

Contents:
Indentures, Mortgage in form of Lease and Relase:
(1) John Jackson of Oxton, gent.
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £70, (1) to (2)
Strawberry meadow (10 ac.), and 2½ oxgangs of arable land in Oxton, in occ. of (1). For use of (2) for ever; unless (1) repays mortgage money with interest, £73.10s. on following 21 May.
Sig, tag of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/20/4-5  20 & 21 Aug "1686"

Contents:
Indentures, assignment of mortgage in form of Lease and Release:
(1) Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
(2) Christopher Beresford of Long Lednam, Lincs., esq.
For £100, (1) to (2)
Property as DD/SK/20/2 & DD/SK/20/3 above, formerly mortgaged to (1) by John Jackson of Oxton, gent.
For use of (2).
Sig, tag, seal of (1).
Parchment, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/20/6  2 May "1693"

Contents:
Indenture, Lease for 1 year (Release missing):
(1) Christopher Beresford of Long Lednam, Lincs., esq.
(2) Thomas Lamb of Oxton, basket-maker
For 5/-, (1) to (2)
Arable land in Oxton as follows:- in Moorfield, 6 butts and 1 lot hill land; in Wymond hill field on Wymond hill, 3 lands; in Netherfield, 3 lands; in Upper Hattfield, 2 lands; with all easements, paths, hedges, ditches etc.
For use of (2). Peppercorn rent.
Sig, tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/20/7-8  2 & 3 May 1693

Contents:
Indentures, Lease and Release:
(1) Christopher Beresford of Long Ledenham, Lincs., esq.
(2) John Jackson of Oxton, yeo and wife Elizabeth and William Jackson their son William Jackson
(3) Joseph Stubbins of Calverton, spectacle-maker
For £60, (1) to (2), with permission of (2).
11½ ac. arable land in Oxton. (2) mortgaged Strawberry close, Strawberry well close and Mooregate close to (1) for £200 on 21 Aug 1686.
On 21 Mar 1690 (1) claimed mortgage plus interest then amounted to £259.15.11d., which (2) was to repay by 1 Apr 1691; otherwise land was to pass to (1). (1) now leased to (3) arable lands as follows:- in Morefield, upon Nordale, 2 lands and 10 butts on Lot Hill, 4 lands; in Wymon Hill field, 4 Morrice butts, 2 butts on Middlehay hedge, 2 butts on Lothill stye, 3 butts on lane side, 2 pieces of wong land; in Netherfield, 1 poole land, 1 fair butt, 2 sweeting tree lands, 2 sallow treee lands, 1 land on Mt. Calbra and 1 other land.
For use of (3).
Sigs, tags, seals of (1) and (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/20/9  n.d. c. May 1693

Contents:
Terrier of arable land (open field) conveyed by Christopher Beresford to Joseph Stubbins by lease and release (DD/SK/20/7 & DD/SK/20/8 above).

[no title]  DD/SK/20/10-11  26 & 27 Apr "1697"

Contents:
Indenture, Lease and Release:
(1) Thomas Lamb of Oxton, skenebasket-maker
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £100, (1) to (2)
Strawberry close (12 ac.) in ten. of (1); 10 swathes and 1 gubbon in Upper Meadow; 1 arable land and ½ ac. mere called the Long Johnsons in Nether Field; 2 Parke butts, ½ r., in Nether Field; 2 pieces land called the Hoppells in Nether Field, 2 r.; 2 leys arable (Morefield Close, North and Windmill hedge, East); 3 other pieces in Morefield, ½ r. each; 2 lands in Morefield called Kibribbong.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt for £100.
Sig, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/20/12-13  2 & 3 June "1699"

Contents:
Indentures, Lease and Release:
(1) Joseph Stubbings of Calverton, spectacle-maker
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £90, (1) to (2).
Lands in Oxton as DD/SK/20/7 & DD/SK/20/8 above. For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt for £90, signed by (1).
Seals of (1), sig. of J.S., mark of H.S.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/20/14  3 June 1699

Contents:
Bond:
Joseph Stubbings of Calverton, spectacle-maker bound in £180 to Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq. to observe covenant of even date (DD/SK/20/12 & DD/SK/20/13 above).
Sig, seal of J.S.
Paper, English and Latin.

Close near Middlehay Wood (Hacket, Walker, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/21/1  1700

[no title]  DD/SK/21/1  1 Apr "1700"

Contents:
Indenture, Feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) George Hackett of Oxton, yeo. and wife Mary, Thomas Walker of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £10, (1) to (2)
Close, 3 r., in tenure of George Hackett, near Middlehay Wood in Oxton.
For use of (2). Enclosed with receipt for £10.
Tags, seals of (1), mark of M.H.
Parch., English.

Close of 4½ oc.Meadow (Walker, Hacket, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/22/1-3  1701-2

[no title]  DD/SK/22/1-2  25 & 26 Mar "1701"

Contents:
Indentures, Lease and Release:
(1) Thomas Walker, yeo., George Hackett, yeo. and wife Mary (daughter of Thomas Walker) all of Oxton
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £210. (1) to (2)
Close of meadow (4½ac.) in Oxton, close of (2) North and close of Savile South, in occ. of George Hackett. For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt for £210 signed by (1).
Sigs, seals of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/22/3  19 April 1702 (Quin. of Easter 1702)

Contents:
Final Concord, right hand indenture:
Robert Sherbrooke, esq., Caleb Carrington, William Wightman, John Motteram: quer Thomas Walker, George Hackett and wife Mary: deforceants
1 messuage, 1 cottage, 66 ac. arable, 20 ac. meadow, 50 ac. pasture, common pasture in Oxton.
£160.
Parch., Latin.

Messuage and close of 9 oc. (Hackett, Carrington, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/23/1-9  1701-1702

[no title]  DD/SK/23/1  7 Apr "1701"

Contents:
Indenture, Foeffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) George Hackett of Oxton, yeo. and wife Mary, and Thomas Walker of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Caleb Carrington of Roshill Wood, Epperstone, yeo.
For £177.4.6d. to George Hackett and Mary and 5/- to Thomas Walker, (1) to (2).
Messuage in Oxton in ten. of George Hackett; close of meadow called The Croft (1 ac. 2 p.); 1 piece grass land adjoining close (1 r.); 9 ac. arable in Townefields, precincts and liberties of Oxton, as follows:- in Netherfield, 2 sweating tree lands, 1 gripes land, 1 hallgate rood and a half, 1 Mere, 1 long Johnson; in Windmill field, 2 lands under Cringleby hedge, 2 in Greaves odd lands, 1 under John Scotherne's hedge, 1 land and the hedge row, 2 lands at Forest Lane side, ½ mere; in Moorfield 3 Nore moar lands, 1 odd heath hill land abutting on Odworke hedge, 2 lands, 3rd and 4th from the Round Bush, 1 land in Narrow Breck; in Upper Hatfield, 2 lands by way side, 1 piece hedging in Brecks, 1 other piece hedging in same Brecks, 1 piece fencing in Pinfold, 1 piece fencing at The Spoverge Gate, 2 pieces fencing in John Bradshawe's close. With all appurtenances.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt for £177.4.6d., signed by T.W. and G.H.
Sigs., tags, seals of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/23/2-4  4 May 1701 (Quin. Easter 1701)

Contents:
Final concords, 3 copies, not indented:
Robert Sherbrooke, esq., Caleb Carrington, William Wightman, John Motteram: quer Thomas Walker, George Hackett and wife Mary: deforceants
1 messuage, 1 cottage, 66 ac. arable, 50 ac. meadow, 50 ac. pasture and common pasture in Oxton.
£160.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/23/5  10 Nov "1701"

Contents:
Indenture, Mortgage in form of lease:
(1) Caleb Carrington of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Benjamin Dutton of Bridgford, gent.
For £60, (1) to (2)
Messuage in Oxton (except for the Kilne house, brick stable and land between), close of meadow (1 ac.) (across lane on N. side of messuage called The Croft), and arable land as follows:- In Netherfield, 2 sweeting tree lands (1 ac.), 1 Gripas land (½ ac. 10 p.); in Windmill Mill field, 2 landeside lands (1 ac.), 2 lands by Cringlebeck Hedge (½ ac.); in Moorfield, 3 Normore lands (1½ ac.), 1 Loath Hill land (½ ac.); in the Far Brecks, 1 ley (½ ac.).
For 500 years, with peppercorn rent.
Unless (1) repays mortgage money, plus interest (£363) by 11 Nov 1702.
Endorsed with receipt for £60, signed by (1)
Sig., tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/23/6-7  6 & 7 Nov "1702"

Contents:
Indentures, Lease and Release:
(1) Caleb Carrington the elder of Oxton, yeo. and wife Elizabeth and Benjamin Dutton of East Bridgford, schoolmaster
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Arnold, gent.
For £6.1.6d. paid to Caleb Carrington, and £60 paid to Benjamin Dutton, (1) to (2)
1 messuage, 1 orchard, garden and yard in Oxton in ten. of C.C.; 1 piece fencing in the Pinfold; with all appurtenances and rights.
For use of (2) for ever.
Endorsed with receipt for £66.1.6d. signed by C.C. and B.D. and with mark of E.C.
Sigs. of C.C. and B.D., mark of E.C., seals of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/23/8  7 Nov "1702"

Contents:
Bond:
Caleb Carrington, the elder and Caleb Carrington the younger both of Oxton bound in £130 to Henry Sherbrooke of Arnold, gent.
Condition:- property bought by H.S. from C.C. has provision in form of dower for Elizabeth, wife of C.C. C.C. to save and keep harmless title of H.S.
Sigs. and seals of C.C. and C.C.
Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/23/9  7 Nov 1702

Contents:
Bond:
Caleb Carrington of Oxton yeo. bound in £180 to Henry Sherbrooke of Arnold, gent.
Condition:- to leave messuage and premises, property of H.S., now in occ. of C.C., by Lady Day next, in as good repair as now.
Sig, Seal of (1) Paper, Latin, English.

Strawberry Close and Meadow, Greaves hill Close (Sherbrooke, Byron, Custans/Custance, Scothorne, Savile, Walker, Cook, Hackett, Denman)  DD/SK/24/1-33  1579-1703

[no title]  DD/SK/24/1  9 Aug 1579

Contents:
Deed Poll, confirmation of a bargain and sale:
(1) Thomas Sherbrooke of Oxton, gent.
(2) Robert Custans of Oxton, husbandman
For £20, (1) to (2)
Croft in Oxton, 5 selions of arable land to north of croft, 6 selions of arable land, 1 of which is below WindmillHill, 2 beneath Skelwong and 3 in Over Hatfield. With all appurtenances.
For use of (2). Warranty clause.
Mark, tag, seal of (1)
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/2  9 Aug 1579

Contents:
Bond:
Thomas Sherbrooke of Oxton, gent. bound in £40 to Robert Custans of Oxton, husbandman
Condition:- to grant peaceable possession of croft and lands, as in DD/SK/24/1 above.
Tag, seal, mark of T.S.
Parch., Latin, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/3  29 Nov 1579

Contents:
Deed Poll, confirmation of bargain and sale:
(1) Thomas Sherbrooke of Oxton, gent.
(2) Robert Custans of Oxton, husbandman
For £20, (1) to (2)
Lands in Oxton:- 1 piece of arable land called a Wong in Netherfield, in ten. of Thomas Sherbrooke; 1 piece arable called a Wong in Windmill hill field; 1 selion arable in Windmill Hill field, 5 selions arable in Windmill Hill field, 1 selion arable in Overhatfield, 2 swaithes meadow in lower part of Town Meadow. With all appurtenances and rights.
For use of (2). Warranty clause.
Tag and seal.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/4  29 Nov 1579

Contents:
Bond:
Thomas Sherbrooke of Oxton, gent. bound in £40 to Robert Custans of Oxton, husbandman
Condition:- to grant peaceful possession of lands as DD/SK/24/3 above.
Parch., Latin, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/5  20 June 1589

Contents:
Deed Poll, Quit claim:
(1) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, gent.
(2) Robert Custans of Oxton, husbandman
Quit claim from (1) to (2) of lands in Oxton as in DD/SK/24/3 above.
Tag.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/6  8 Apr 1586

Contents:
Indenture, Deed of exchange:
(1) John Byron of Newstead, esq.
(2) Robert Walker, alias Custans of Oxton, husbandman
(1) to (2)
3 selions of land, arable or pasture in Oxton in Windmill Field.
For use of (2), (2) to (1). 2 swaithes of meadow in Oxton for use of (1).
Tag, sig. of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/7  29 Sept 1612

Contents:
Indenture, Feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) William Skothorne of Oxton yeo.
(2) Thomas Custance (alias Walker) of Oxton, husbandman
For £53, (1) to (2)
Lands in Oxton as follows:- In the Netherfield, 2 lands on the hill, 1 other land on the hill, 2 lands together called Poole lands, 2 lands called Corkshutt lands, 1 land called Poole land, 2 butts on Breckdale furlonge, 1 Hopwell land, 1 other land, 2 lands called Forebutts. In Morefield, 1 land called a Falowe land, 1 land called a Farrmore land, 1 More butt and half of new butt adjoining, 1 middle moreland. In Netherhatfield, 1 land, ½ land. In Windmill hill field, 4 lands together on furlong called Greaves Hill Wonge, 3 lands, except 30 yds. in South, on furlong called Honynaywonge, 2 butts, except 30 yds. in South, on Honynabwong, 1 land, 6 lands together on south side of a wong, 1 land on Wyndmill Hill, 3 lands. In Upperhatfield, 1 piece of ground, 1 land.
For use of (2).
Tag and mark of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/8  30 July 1629

Contents:
Indenture, Feoffment:
(1) John Savile of Oxton, esq. and wife Elizabeth
(2) Robert Walker, citizen and apothecary of London
For £600, (1) to (2)
Lands in Oxton as follows:- 1 messuage in ten. of William Brownell, 1 messuage in ten. of John Wilkinson, 1 messuage in ten of Robert Sherbrooke, 1 meadow close in Neather Meadow in ten. of John Ward, 1 pasture close on Greaves Hill in ten. of John Burgess (2 ac), 1 close arable on Hobblesmith in ten. of Edward Singleton, 3 lands in Upperhatfield abutting on Forest Lane, 3 butts in the Morefield abutting on Forest Lane. With all appurtenances, except Edens croft in ten. of William Brownell, Lane croft in ten. of Robert Sherbrooke, 3 arable lands with hades belonging lying in Fair Brecke in the Moorefield in ten. of Robert Sherbrooke, 7 Lawn butts in ten. of Robert Sherbrooke. With all appurtenances, rights and deeds to property. For use of (2). For counterpart see DD/SK/35/5.
Sigs, tags, seal of (1).
Parch., English

[no title]  DD/SK/24/9  30 July "1629"

Contents:
Bond:
John Savile of Oxton, esq. bound in £1,200 to Robert Walker of London, apothecary.
Condition:- to observe covenant of even date (DD/SK/24/8 above).
Sig., tag, seal of J.S.
Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/10-11  6 Oct 1629 (Oct. of Mich. 1629)

Contents:
Final Concord, right and left hand indentures:
Robert Walker, quer
John Savile, esq. and Elizabeth his wife., deforceants
3 messuages, 3 tofts, 3 gardens, 3 orchards, 100 ac. arable, 14 ac. meadow, 20 ac. pasture and common pasture in Oxton.
£120.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/12-13  4 May 1635 pr. 23 July 1635

Contents:
Two copies of the Will of Robert Walker, citizen and apothecary of London. Property to be divided as follows:- 1/3 to wife Elizabeth, 1/3 to their children and remainder to two eldest children of his brother William.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/14  12 July "1670"

Contents:
Indenture, Covenant to levy a fine:
(1) Thomas Walker of Oxton, cordwainer
(2) Robert Alvey of Elton, yeo.
For lands in Oxton as follows:-
messuage in Oxton in ten. of (1) and 6 selions of land belonging to messuage, once purchased by Robert Custans from Thomas Sherbrooke (DD/SK/24/1). 3 selions of land or pasture in Windmill Field purchased by Robert Custans, alias Walker, from John Byron (see DD/SK/24/6). Oxgang of land, meadow or pasture, called Skotherne farm, purchased by Thomas Custans, alias Walker, from William Skothorne (DD/SK/24/7). Piece of meadow (1 ac.), in Windmill Hill field in place called Midley, purchased by Robert Walker from John Hodgkin (no deed).
Messuage and inclosed ground belonging, known as Wilkinson's farm, now in ten. of Thomas Walker. Messuage in ten. of Robert Walker and oxgang of land, meadow or pasture, called Wood Oxgang belonging.
Both messuages purchased by Robert Walker from John Savile (DD/SK/24/8). Arable land called a Wong in Windmill Hill field, 19 butts. With all buildings, houses, barns, stables, gardens, orchards, etc. and appurtenances.
(1) to (2), for use of (1).
Tags, seals of (1) and (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/15-16  20 Oct 1670 (3 weeks Mich. 1670)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures: Robert Alvey, quer
Thomas Walker, deforceant
3 messuages, 40 ac. land, 15 ac. meadow, 5 ac. pasture and common pasture in Oxton.
£100.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/17  2 Feb "1673/4"

Contents:
Indenture, Feoffment with delivery of seisin: (1) Robert Walker of Oxton, yeo., and Thomas Sherbrooke, gent.
(2) Thomas Walker of Oxton, yeo.
For £100, (1) to (2)
4 closes, namely the Meadow Strawberry, the Pingle upon the Upper End of of Middlehay Wood, the Greaves Hill close and the pingle near the More field gate (6 ac.) and 1 oxgang arable land known as Woods Oxgang.
For use of (2). 4 closes formerly mortgaged by R.W. to R.S.
Sigs, tags of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/18  2 Feb "1673"

Contents:
Bond:
Robert Walker and Thomas Sherbrooke as above bound in £200 to Thomas Walker above
Condition:- to observe covenant of even date (DD/SK/24/17 above).
Sigs., tags, seals of R.W. and R.S.
Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/19  1 Aug "1677"

Contents:
Deed Poll, confirmation of bargain and sale:
(1) Roger Jacson of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Thomas Walker of Oxton, yeo.
For £15, (1) to (2)
1 pingle in the Moorefield in Oxton, late in ten. of Robert Bush. With all treees, fences, ways, etc.
For use of (2)
Sig., seal of (1)
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/20  10 Nov 1686

Contents:
Indenture, Marriage settlement:
(1) Thomas Walker, as above, and wife Mary
(2) George Hackett of Tickhill, Yorks, yeo. son and heir of Nicholas Hackett, Mary Hackett of Tickhill, widow, mother of G.H., Cordall Storrs of Lound, gent.
On marriage of G.H. and Mary Walker, daughter of (1), (1) to (2)
The following lands to be used as follows:-
4 closes, namely, Meadow Strawberry, Pingle on upper end of Middlehay Wood, Greaves Hill close and Pingle near the Moorefield gate, 6 ac.; 1 oxgang arable land called Wood oxgang; 6 swaithes in Over Meadow; 2 closes meadow or pasture, 6 ac.; called Wilkinson Greaves close.
For use of T.W. until marriage takes place, then for use of G.H. and M. for life and after their death for use of their heirs, if any.
Messuage in which T.W. lives, with orchard and croft adjoining; 3 closes called Greaves Hill, 4 ac.; 1 oxgang called Scotherne oxgang in Moore field, Wymen hill field, Neatherfield, Overfield and Neatherhatfield; 4 closes called Moore gate closes, 3 ac.
For T.W. and M. for life. Then if marriages of G.H. and M.W. has taken place, to them for life and after death to their heirs.
Tags of (1) and (2), sigs. of T.W., G.M., mark of M.H.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/21  10 Nov 1686

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart of DD/SK/24/20.
Tags, seals of (1) and (2), sigs. of T.W. and G.H., mark of M.H.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/22  22 Nov 1686

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year (no release):
(1) Thomas Walker of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Mary Hackett of Tickhill, Yorks., widow, Cordall Storrs of Lound, gent.
For 5/-., (1) to (2)
Messuage late in ten. of John Godfrey, 2 oxgangs of land known as Wilkinson farm, Neather meadow (5 ac.), 2 closes called Midleys (3 ac.), 1 wong called True love wong (2 ac.), all in Oxton.
For use of (2) for 1 year from 20 Nov.
Sig. of T.W., mark of M.H.
Tags of (1) and (2), seals of T.W. and M.H.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/23-24  6 & 7 June 1690

Contents:
Indenture, Lease and release:
(1) Margaret Cooke of Whatton, widow of Francis Cooke, gent., one of heirs of Thomas Leek, formerly of Osmondthorpe, gent., deceased, and one of sisters of John Leeke, son and heir of Thomas Leeke, now also deceased; Thomas Cooke of Whatton, gent., son and heir of Margaret Cooke and wife Anne
(2) George Hackett of Oxton, husbandman
For £200, (1) to (2)
Strawberyy close (30 ac.) in Oxton in ten. of Thomas Walker. With all appurtenances and rights. For use of (2) for ever. Held of the chief Lord of the Fees.
Seals, tags of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/25  11 Oct "1690"

Contents:
Deed Poll:
(1) Thomas Cooke of Whatton, gent.
(2) George Hackett of Oxton
(1) to (2) of all claim.
Sig, seal of (1)
Printed format, paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/26  6 July 1690 (3 weeks Trinity 1690)

Contents:
Final concord, right hand indenture:
George Hackett: quer
Margaret Cooke, widow, Thomas Cooke, gent and wife Anne: deforceants
1 messuage, 4 cottages, 180 ac. arable, 90 ac. meadow, 90 ac. pasture, 100 ac. heath and pine and common pasture in Osmondthorpe and Oxton.
£40.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/27  19 Dec 1693

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year (no release):
(1) Thomas Walker of Oxton, yeo. and wife Mary, Robert Bush of Oxton, yeo, Thomas Morton of Holme, yeo., Robert Best of Haughton, yeo and wife Alice (daughter of T.W.), Thomas Craine of North Collingham, yeo. and wife Elizabeth (daughter of T.W.)
(2) Mary Hackett of Tickhill, widow, Cordall Storrs of Lound, gent.
For 5/-, (1) to (2)
Messuage late in ten. of John Godfrey, 2 oxgangs called Wilkinson Farm, Neather meadow (5 ac.), 2 closes called Midleye (3 ac.), Truelow Wong (2 ac.), in Oxton.
For use of (2) for 1 year.
Sigs., tags, seals of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/28  20 Dec 1693

Contents:
Indenture, Quitclaim:
(1) Thomas Walker of Oxton, yeo. and wife Mary et alii as in DD/SK/24/27 above
(2) Mary Hackett of Tickhill, widow, Cordall Storrs of Lound, gent., George Hackett of Oxton, yeo., son and heir of Nicholas Hackett, deceased, and Mary Hackett, and Mar Mary, his wife, daughter of Thomas Walker
(1) to (2), quitclaim for £300 for land as in DD/SK/24/27 above, granted by (1) to Mary Hackett and Cordall Storrs, for use of George Hackett and his wife Mary, as marriage settlement.
Sigs, tags, seals of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/29  2 May 1698

Contents:
Indenture, Mortgage:
(1) George Hackett of Oxton, husbandman
(2) Thomas Denman of Bevercoates, par. West Markham, yeo.
For £90, (1) to (2)
Strawberry close (30 ac.) in Oxton. For 500 years; unless mortgage money plus interest at rate of £5 per cent p.a. (in all £94.10s.) be repaid by 2 May 1699.
Endorsed with receipt for £90, signed by (1).
Sig., tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/30  2 June 1702

Contents:
Articles of Agreement:
(1) Mary Hackett of Tickhill, and Francis
Walton of............, Notts.
(2) Thomas Lamb of Oxton, basket-maker
For £270, (1) to (2)
Strawberry close, meadow close at foot of Strawberry close and Greaves Hil Close.
All deeds etc. to be passed to Henry Sherbrook who is to promise access to them to George Hackett.
Sigs, seals of (1) and (2)
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/31-32  16 & 17 July 1703

Contents:
Indenture, Assignment of mortgage to clear: with Lease and Release:
(1) George Hackett of Tickhill, yeo. and wife Mary
(2) Thomas Denman of Bevercoates, par. West Markham, yeo.
(3) Henry Sherbrooke of Arnall, esq.
Assignment of mortgage, for £91 paid by (3) to (2) and 179/- to (1), (1) and (2) to (3)
Strawberry close (30 ac.) in Oxton
For remainder of 500 years. Formerly mortgaged by (1) to (2) (DD/SK/24/29)
Lease and Release:
For £170.1s., (1) to (2)
Strawberry close (30 ac.), Strawberry meadow (2 ac.), Greaves Hill close (5 ac.), 1 close, (land of (3) south and lane leading to the Greaves, west), 1 ley at south end of Greaves Hill close (½ r.), all in Oxton.
For use of (3) for ever. To be held of the Chief Lord ot the Fee. Endorsed with receipts.
Sigs, tags, seals of (1), mark, tag, seal of (2).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/24/33  17 July 1703

Contents:
Bond:
George Hackett above bound in £40 to Henry Sherbrooke above
Condition:- property bought by H.S. from G.H. has provision in form of dower for Mary, wife of G.H. G.H. to save and keep harmless title of H.S.
Sig., seal of G.H.
Paper, English

Cottage and croft adjoining (Skothorn, Birch, Worth, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/25/1-6  1612-1706

[no title]  DD/SK/25/1  28 Nov 1612

Contents:
Indenture, Feoffment:
(1) William Sherbrooke of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Richard Byrche of Oxton, husbandman
For £14,10s., (1) to (2)
5 leas in Netherhatfield upon furlong called the Neererwater furrowes and abutting on the Water lane, with the house and buildings on them; 1 other land in same field near the Newhedge; 4 lands in field of Oxton aforesaid towards Eperston, 1 in Stonepytes, 1 in Hopwell, 1 other on same furlong, 1 abutting on the meadow on west; 4 lands in Wyndmyll field, 1 near the pynfold abutting on Forst lane, 1 other abutting on same lane, 1 on Skelwonge, 1 between lands of William Savile south and George Taylor, north; 2 lands in Overhatfield, 1 between lands of William Savile and abutting on the Forest lane, 1 on Over furlong abutting on Forest hedge; land called Morefield on the fallow, furlong between lands of William Savile and George Taylor.
For use of (2)
Mark, tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/25/2  26 June "1674"

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and Sale, not inrolled:
(1) Joseph Birche of Oxton, blacksmith
(2) Thomas Worthe of Oxton, labourer
For £28, (1) to (2)
Lands in Oxton as follows:- In Netherhatfield, 1 long land; in Overhatfield, 2 lands, 1 on Upper furlong, 1 on Nether furlong; in Moorefield, 1 Fare Moore land; in Wymond Hill field, 2 lands, 1 called a Laneside land, 1 called a Loathill Stye land; in the Netherfield, 3 lands, 1 called a Stone pitt land, 2 called Hopwell lands. With all tenements and appurtenances.
For use of (2). Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Sig., tag, no seal, of (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/25/3  17 May "1701"

Contents:
Indenture, Mortgage:
(1) John Birch of Oxton, blacksmith, son and heir of Joseph Birch late of Oxton, blacksmith
(2) Richard Parleby of Nottingham, maltster
For £16, (1) to (2)
Cottage with appurtenances in Oston in the Water Lane, in ten. of (1) with croft and orchard adjoining.
For (2) for 500 years, with peppercorn rent.
Unless mortgage money, plus interest (in all £18.16s.) be repaid in said sums on said days by 18 May 1704. Endorsed with further mortgage of £4.14s. raised on same property on 1 May 1703.
Sig., tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/25/4  18 Nov 1704

Contents:
Indenture tripartite, assignment of mortgage:
(1) John Birch as above and wife Priscilla, and his son John Birch
(2) Richard Parleby of Nottingham, maltster
(3) John Wells of Nottingham plumber
For £24.7s. paid by (3) to (2) and £5.13s. paid by (3) to (1), (2) to (3) at direction of (1)
Cottage in the Water Lane, Oxton, late in ten. of (1), and croft and orchard adjoining. Premises formerly mortgaged by (1) to (2) on 17 May 1701 (DD/SK/25/3 above) and not redeems within appointed time. Therefore passed, through default, to (2).
Mortgage now assigned to (3). Premises for (3) for remainder of 500 years unless (1) repays mortgage money plus interest (in all £31.16s.) by 18 Nov 1705.
Endorsed with receipts, signed by (1) and (2).
Sigs. of J.B. snr. and R.P., mark of P.B.
Seals of (1) and (2)
Parch., English.

[no title]   [...] DD/SK/25/5-6  16 & 17 May 1706

Contents:
Indenture, Assignment of mortgage to clear
(Lease and Release);
(1) John Birch of Oxton, blacksmith and wife Priscilla, and John Wells of Nottingham, plumber
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £2.6s. paid by (2) to John Birch and Priscilla and £32. 14s. paid by (2) to John Wells, (1) to (2)
Cottage in the Water Lane in Oxton, late in ten. of John Birch with croft and orchard adjoining.
For use of (2) for ever. Endorsed with receipts signed by (1).
Sigs. of J.B. and J.W., mark of P.B.
Tags, seals of (1)
Parch., English.

Land in fields (Walker, Hackett, Lamb, Sherbrook  DD/SK/26a/1-4  1701-1705

[no title]  DD/SK/26a/1  1 May 1701

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Thomas Walker of Oxton, yeo., George Hackett of Oxton, yeo and wife Mary
(2) Thomas Lamb of Oxton, labourer
For £16, (1) to (2)
Arable lands in Oxton as follows:- in the Netherfield, 3 selions called Hopp hills, 1 ac.; in the Windmill Hill field, 2 selions called Lothillsty lands, ½ ac. and ½ r.; in the Morefield, 1 selion called Sallow land, 1½ r.; in Upper Hatfield, 1 selion, 1 r. 30 p.; in Nether Hatfield, ½ selion, 1½ r.
(2) to repair following fences:- fencing of Ant Hill between the Morefield and the Windmill field, 2 pieces of ring of fencing called Pageons in Birch close and style called Toma wood style. Fences formerly repaired by George Hackett. With all appurtenances and rights.
For use of (2). Held of the Chief Lord of the Fee.
Endorsed with receipt, signed by (1).
Sigs, seals of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/26a/2  20 May 1702

Contents:
Indenture, Mortgage:
(1) Thomas Lamb of Oxton, labourer
(2) Richard Parleby of Nottingham malster
For £8, (1) to (2)
Arable lands in Oxton as DD/SK/26a/1 above, now in ten. of (1). For (2) for 500 years, with peppercorn rent, unless (1) repays mortgage money plus interest (in all £9.8.4d.) by 20 May 1704.
Seal and mark of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/26a/3-4  23 & 24 Feb 1704/5

Contents:
Indenture, Lease and Release:
(1) Thomas Lamb of Oxton, labourer and wife Elizabeth
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £14, (1) to (2)
Arable lands in Oxton as DD/SK/26a/1 above. For use of (2) for ever. Held of the Chief Lord of the Fee. Endorsed with receipt.
Seals of (1), mark of T.L.
Paper and Parch., English.

Land in fields (Walker, Hackett, Nayler Sherbrooke  DD/SK/26b/1-2  1701-1708

[no title]  DD/SK/26b/1  1 May 1701

Contents:
Indenture, Feoffment, with delivery of seisin:
(1) Thomas Walker of Oxton, yeo., George Hackett of Oxton, yeo. and wife Mary
(2) John Nayler of Oxton, yeo.
For £11.15.6d., (1) to (2)
7 selions arable, 2½ ac., in the Morefield on the near Breck furlong in Oxton, in ten. of G.H. For use of (2) for ever. Held of the Chief Lord of the Fee. Endorsed with receipt, signed by (1).
Sigs. and seals of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/26b/2  17 Apr 1708

Contents:
Deed Poll, Confirmation of a sale:
(1) John Nayler of Eastwood, yeo.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Arnold, gent.
For £7.15s., (1) to (2)
7 selions arable land in Morefield as 26b/1 above. For use of (2) for ever. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs. and seals of (1)
Parch., English.

Land in fields (Walker, Hackett, Goodall/Goddall, Carrington, Crampton, Sherbrooke  DD/SK/27/1-10  1701-1709

[no title]  DD/SK/27/1  1 May 1701

Contents:
Indenture, Feoffment, with delivery of seisin:
(1) Thomas Walker and George Hackett and wife Mary as DD/SK/26b/1 above
(2) Constance Goodall of Lindby, spin., daughter of Edward Goodall, deceased, yeo.
For £11.15s., (1) to (2)
2 ac. arable land in Oxton as follows:- in the Netherfield, 3 selions called Lamb Close Butts, 1 selion called the Half Meare; in Windmill Hill field, 3 selions called Skell Wong; in the Morefield, 1 selion called the Morris Butt, 1 selion called the Little Lothill land, late in ten of G.H. (2) to repair fence as follows:- 1 piece fencing in Breck Close between an elder tree and a gate stead.
For use of (2) for ever. Held of the Chief Lord of the Fee. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/27/2  7 Nov 1702

Contents:
Indenture, Release (lease missing):
(1) Caleb Carrington, the elder, of Oxton, yeo. and wife Elizabeth, Benjamin Dutton of East Bridgford, school-master
(2) Mary Walford of Oxton, spin, and Constance Goodall of Lynby, spin.
For £57 paid to C.C. and £3 to B.D., (1) to (2) Piece of meadow ground called the Croft, 1 ac. 2 p.; in the Netherfield, 2 sweeting tree lands, 1 ac.; 1 Gripes land, 3 r.; in the Windmill Hill field, 2 lands under Cringleby Hedge, 2 r. 2 p.; in theMorefield, 2 Nare More lands, 1 ac.; 1 Odd Loath hill, 1 land abutting Odworke hedge, ½ ac.; 1 land in Narrow Brecke, ½ ac.; 1 piece hedging in the Brecke, 1 other piece of hedging in same Brecke, 1 piece fencing at the Spoverge gate, 2 pieces fencing in J. Bradshaw's close. In Oxton. All appurtenances. For use of (2) for ever.
Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs. of C.C. and B.D., mark of E.C., seals of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/27/3-4  20 & 21 May 1705

Contents:
Indentures, Mortgage in form of Lease and Release:
(1) Patrick Goodhall of Nottingham, sword-sliper and wife Lydia
(2) Mary Crampton of Nottingham, widow
For £20, (1) to (2)
Piece of meadow called the Croft (1 ac. 2p.); in the Netherfield, 2 sweeting tree lands (1 ac.), 1 Gripes land (3 r.); in the Windmill Hill field, 2 lands under Cringleby Hedge (2 r. 9 p.); in the Morefield, 2 Narrmore lands (1 ac.), 1 Odd loath hill land abutting on Oldwork hedge (½ ac.), 1 land in the Narrow Brecke (½ ac.). All in Oxton. With all ppurtenances. For (2) for ever, unless (1) repays mortgage money plus interest (in all £21.4s.) at various dates by 20 May 1706.
Receipt signed by (1)
Sig. of R.G., mark of L.G., seals of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/27/5  21 May 1705

Contents:
Bond:
Patrick Goodhall as above, bound in £40 to Mary Crampton, as above
Condition:- to observe covenant of even date (DD/SK/27/4 above).
Sig, seal of P.G.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/27/6  21 May 1706

Contents:
Deed Poll, Increase of mortgage:
(1) Patrick Goodall and wife Lydia as DD/SK/27/3 above
(2) Mary Crampton, as DD/SK/27/3 above
(2) to (1). £10 on security of premises mortgaged for £20 by (1) to (2) on 21 May 1704 (see DD/SK/27/4 above).
Sig. of P.G., mark of L.G., seals of (1)
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/27/7  2 Mar 1708/9

Contents:
Letter from William Thorpe, jnr, to Henry Sherbrooke quoting Patrick Goodall's right to lands purchased by Constance Goodall from Caleb Carrington.

[no title]  DD/SK/27/8-9  11 & 12 Mar 1708/9

Contents:
Indentures, Lease and Release:
(1) Patrick Goodall and wife Lidia, Mary Crampton, alias Tayler, of Nottingham, wdi widow
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £32.12s. paid by (2) to P. and L.G. and £35.8s. paid by (2) to M.C., (1) to (2) 2 ac. land in Oxton as follows:- in the Netherfield, 3 selions called Lamb Close Butts, 1 selion called the Half Meare; in Windmill Hill field, 3 selions called Skell Wong; in the Morefield, 1 selion called the Morris Butt, 1 selion called the Little Lothill land (2) to the piece of fence in close called the Breck close between the elder tree and gate stead (land bought by Constance Goodall, DD/SK/27/1, and inherited by P.G.). Piece of meadow ground called the Croft (1 ac. 2 p.); in the Netherfield, 2 sweeting treelands (1 ac.), 1 Grippes land (3 r.); in the Windmill Hill field, 2 lands under Cringlebree hedge (2 r. 9 p.); in the Morefield, 2 Nare more lands (1 ac.), 1 odd Loathill land abutting on Odworke hedge (12 ac.), 1 land in Narrow Brecke (12 ac.), 1 piece hedging in the Brecke, 1 other piece hedging in same Brecke, 1 piece fencing at Spoverge gate, 2 piece fencing at John Bradhswe's close (land bought by Constance Goodall, DD/SK/27/2, and inherited by P.G. and mortgaged to M.C., DD/SK/27/3 & DD/SK/27/4). With all appurtenances. For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig. of P.G., marks of L.G. and M.C., seals of (1). Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/27/10  11 Mar 1708/9

Contents:
Bond:
Patrick Goodall of Nottingham, sword-sliper, bound in £100 to Henry Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
Condition:- J.G. to received £15 ordered by his sister (Constance Goodall) in her Will and chargeable on lands released by P.G. to H.S. J.G. to release claim to lands with next 10 years.
Sig. and seal of P.G.
Paper, Latin and English.

Shaftbeck's Close (Chapman and Whelpdale, Sherbrooke  DD/SK/28/1-2  1709

[no title]  DD/SK/28/1-2  28 & 29 Sept 1709

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and Release:
(1) Richard Chapman of Oxton and John Whelpdale of Southwell, yeos.
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £40, (1) to (2)
Shaftbecks close (6 ac.), in ten. of Richard Chapman. With all appurtenances. For use of (2) for ever.
Sigs., seals of (1).
Parch., English.

Messuages and lands (Carrington, Taylor, Sherbrooke  DD/SK/29/1-8  1701-1710

[no title]  DD/SK/29/1-2  10 & 11 Nov 1701

Contents:
Indentures, Lease for 1 year and Release
(1) Caleb Carrington of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Robert Tayler of Rufford, yeo. and wife Mary
For £31.10s., (1) to (2)
Kilne house and brick stable (part of messuage purchased by (1) from George Hackett) with ground between, except a water-gutter, and 4 ac. arable land as follows:- in the Netherfield, 1 land on the Long Johnson, 1 Lawgate rood and a half, a Meer (3½ r.); in Windmill Hill field, 2 lands and a quick-sett hedge on the Greaves hill (3 r.); in the Moorefield, 2 lands (5 r.); in the Upper Hatfield, 2 lands (1 ac. 5 p.). With all appurtenances. For use of (2) for ever.
Sig, tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/29/3  25 Mar 1704

Contents:
Indenture, Deed of exchange:
(1) Robert Taylor, late of Rufford, now of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
(1) to (2)
Piece of ground 15 yds. x 6 ft., formerly part of Caleb Carrington's orchard yard; and strip of ground between (2)'s barn and (1)'s Cowhovell (8 yds. x 5 yds), in Oxton.
For use of (2) for ever.
(2) to (1)
Piece of ground (10 yds. x 5 yds) north of a certain cottage formerly a kiln and stable, in Oxton. For use of (1) for ever.
Mark, seal of (1) Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/29/4  5 Mar 1708/9

Contents:
Deed Poll, Feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Robert Taylor of Oxton, labourer, and wife Ann
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £20, (1) to (2)
3 bays of building in Oxton (14 yds. x 5 yds.), abutting on Cowhovel of (2) south and bounded by highway leading to Windmill Hill field; and 4 ac. arable land as follows:- in the Netherfield, 1 land on the Long Johnson, 1 Lowgate rood and a half, a Meer containing 3½ r.; in the Windmill Hill field, 2 lands and a quick-sett hedge on the Greaves Hill, 3 r.; in the Moorefield, 2 lands, 5 r.; in the Upper Hatfield, 2 lands, 1 ac. 5 p. With all appurtenances. For use of (2) for ever. Endorsed with receipt.
Seals, marks of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/29/5  "10 & 11 Nov 1701"

Contents:
Copy of release of lands in Oxton to Robert Taylor by Caleb Carrington (see DD/SK/29/2). Endorsed with memo. dated 14 May 1709 signed by Henry Sherbrooke, guarenteeing to produce original deed, which he holds, when requested.

[no title]  DD/SK/29/6  21 Dec 1709

Contents:
Indenture, Mortgage:
(1) Robert Taylor of Oxton, wood collier
(2) Richard Chapman of Oxton, yeo.
For £4.10s.
Cottage with appurtenances.
For use of (2), unless (1) repays mortgage money on 24 June following. Endorsed with memo. signed by (2) that (1) repaid mortgage in full, dated 2 Apr 1711.
Seal and mark of (1).
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/29/7-8  5 & 6 May 1710

Contents:
Indentures, Lease for 1 year and Release:
(1) Robert Taylor of Oxton, yeo. and wife Anne
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £14, (1) to (2)
2 messuages with gardens belonging in Oxton, late in ten. of Robert Taylor and Francis Noble. For use of (2) for ever. Endorsed with receipt.
Seals, marks of (1).
Parch., English.

Darlton Grange (Stanhope, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/30/1-4  1710-1721

[no title]  DD/SK/30/1-2  7 & 8 Nov 1710

Contents:
Indentures, Lease for 1 year and Release:
(1) Thomas Stanhope of Elvaston, Derbs., esq. (attorney appointed by William Stanhope of Linby, esq. to sell Darton Grange)
(2) Henry Sherbrooke, jnr. of Arnold, esq.
For £66.13s., (1) to (2)
Darton Grange and 3 arable lands belonging, late in ten. of Ralph Johnson.
For use of (2).
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/30/3  28 May 1711

Contents:
Indenture, Feoffment, confirmation of Lease and Release (see DD/SK/30/1 & DD/SK/30/2 above
(1) William Stanhope of Linby, esq.
(2) Henry Sherbrook, jnr. of Arnold, esq.
For £66.13s., (1) to (2)
Darton Grange and 3 arable lands belonging, late in ten. of Ralph Johnson. Messuage and land leased by Thomas Stanhope, attorney appointed by (1) to sell premises, to (2) on 8 Nov 1710. For use of (2)
Tag and sig. of (1).
Parch., English. Damaged.

[no title]  DD/SK/30/4  20 Mar 1721

Contents:
Indenture, Confirmation of a Lease
(1) Odingsells White of Mansfield, gent. son and heir of William White, late of Epperston, gent., deceased
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £7.7s., (1) to (2)
Oxton Grange alias Darton Grange, 3 ac. arable land and Ruffclose (30 ac.) in Oxton. Premises and land formerly leased by Robert Savile to William White on 14 Mar 1684 and later leased by Thomas Carter, then guardian to (1), son and heir of William White, to William Stanhope and William Wodhouse. (2) purchased premises from William Stanhope.
(1) now confirms this sale.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch., English.

Water Furrow Close (Watson, Lambe, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/31/1-3  1703-1714

[no title]  DD/SK/31/1  6 May 1703

Contents:
Indenture, Feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) William Watson of Martin, par. Timberland, Lincs. yeo.
(2) Thomas Lamb of Oxton, yeo.
For £17.10s., (1) to (2)
Water furrow close (5 r.) in Oxton in ten.
Of Thomas Blatherwick.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/31/2  7 May 1703

Contents:
Indenture, Mortgages:
(1) Thomas Lamb of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Thomas Tye of Burton Joyce, clerk
For £15, (1) to (2)
Waterfurrow close (5 r.) in Oxton, late in ten. of Thomas Blatherwick and recently purchased by (1) from Thomas Tye (see DD/SK/31/1).
For (2) for 500 years unless (1) repays mortgage money plus interest (in all £15.17.6d.) by 8 May 1705. Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, tag, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/31/3  27 Sept 1714

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and Sale, not inrolled:
(1) William Tye and Edward Tye, both of Newport, Salop (exors. of Will of Thomas Tye late of Burton Joyce, clerk, dec'd.), and Thomas Lamb of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £12, (1) to (2)
Waterfurrow close (5 r.) in Oxton, late in ten. of Thomas Blatherwick and purchased by Thomas Lamb from William Watson (DD/SK/31/1). For (2) for 500 years. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs. of W.T. and E.T., mark of T.L., seals of (1).
Parch., English.

Messuage and land infields (Savile, Smith, Ball, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/32/1-5  1629-1714

[no title]  DD/SK/32/1  29 Sept 1629

Contents:
Indenture, Feoffment, with delivery of seisin
(1) John Savile of Oxton, esq.
(2) Alexander Smyth of Oxton, husbandman
For £30, (1) to (2)
Cottage with appurtenances now in occ. of (2) with all buildings, barns, dovecotes, gardens, orchards, etc. belonging; 1 close (1 ac.) in the Windmill field on the Honye Nabbe foot, in ten. of (2); 1 selion (½ ac.), in the Windmill field on the Skell Wong; 1 selion on the Overhatfield (12 ac.); 1 selion in the Netherfield, 1r. With all appurtenances. In Oxton.
For use of (2). Held of the Chief Lord of the Fee.
Tag, sig. of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/32/2  24 Nov 1634

Contents:
Indenture, Feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) William Ball of Besthorpe, alias Bestropp, blacksmith
(2) Alexander Smyth of Oxton, husbandman
For £4.4s., (1) to (2)
2 selions of arable land (1 ac. 1r.) in the Netherfield in Oxton. With all appurtenances.
For use of (2). Appointment of Thomas Ball as attorney.
Mark, tag, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/32/3  25 Jan 1698/9

Contents:
Indenture, Mortgage:
(1) Alexander Smith of Fiskerton, yeo., son and heir of Robert Smith, late of Oxton, carpenter, dec'd.
(2) William Booth of Southwell, gent.
For £30, (1) to (2).
1 house known as the Newbuilding or Brickbuilding adjoining to the cottage, with the hop garden and bee garden and all other lands formerly belonging to Robert Smith in Oxton. Premises and lands divided by Will of Robert Smith, 18 Feb 1694, as follows:- To Mary, his daughter, house known as the Newbuilding or Brickbuilding adjoining to the cottage with the hop garden and bee garden: to Ann, his wife, all his other lands and tenements in Oxton. For their life times. To be inherited by (1) at their deaths.
For (2) immediately after death of Ann and Mary Smith for 500 years; at peppercorn rent. If (1) repays mortgage money (£30) plus interest on 25 Jan 1699/1700, mortgage to be void.
Endorsed with receipt for £30 with mark of (1); and with note signed by (2) dated 4 Mar 1699, stating that (1) has repaid £15 of mortgage and interest due to that date.
Mark, tag, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/32/4  18 Dec 1708

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of Mortgage:
(1) Alexander Smith, as above, and William Booth of Southwell, gent.
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £30, (1) to (2) house and lands as in DD/SK/32/3, except 1 close sold to William Savile by A.S. and Ann Smith. For (2) for 400 years from deaths of Mary and Ann Smith; with peppercorn rent. If Alexander Smith repays £30 mortgage money plus interest at rate of £5 % p.a. on 18 Dec 1709, mortgage to be void.
Endorsed with receipt for £30 with sig. of William Booth and mark of Alexander Smith.
Sig. of W.B., mark of Alexander S., seals of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/32/5  17 May 1714

Contents:
Indenture tripartite, assignment of Mortgage to attend inheritance:
(1) Alexander Smith, as above and Thomas Darley of Oxton and wife Mary (a daughter of Robert Smith)
(2) Richard Porter of Nottingham, gent. (an exor. of late Robert Sherbrooke, late of Arnold, esq.)
(3) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. (another exor. of R.S.)
For £37.8s., (1) and (2) to (3)
House and land as in DD/SK/32/3, except 1 close sold to William Savile by Alexander Smith and Ann Smith. House and lands divided by Robert Smith between Mary and Ann Smith (see DD/SK/32/3) for their life times and then to be inherited by Alexander Smith. Ann Smith now dead. House and land for use of (3) for 390 years, with peppercorn rent. Endorsed with receipt.
Sig. of R.P., marks of A.S., T.D., M.D., seals of (1) and (2). Parch., English.

2 selions in Netherfield (Little-Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/33/1  1717

[no title]  DD/SK/33/1  30 Apr 1717

Contents:
Indenture, Feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) John Little of Oxton, blacksmith
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £5, (1) to (2)
2 selions land in the Neatherfield called Long Johnsons, and half a mear of land in same field, in possession of (1), in Oxton. With all appurtenances.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch., English.

Land at Oxton, Morton, Epperstone (Den, Fonn, Damper, Strelley)  DD/SK/34/1-5  1283-1361

[no title]  DD/SK/34/1  n.d.c.1283

Contents:
Deed Poll, Grant:
(1) John de Den, kt.
(2) Sewall Fonn
(1) to (2)
Lands and buildings in Oxton and Soreneton which (1) received from Elizabeth, daughter of Hugo Capella. With messuage, cottages, arable lands, woods, meadows, pastures. For (2) for ever at annual rent of 1 florin to be paid on Feast of John the Baptist.
Warranty clause.
Witnesses:- Ralph Rastel, Richard de Sancto Litino, knights, Robert le Somonour of Stuickele, Paulinus of Stuickele, William le Champioun of Stuickele, Warinus of Dene, Nicholas Caperoun, William le ..sinturer, Henricus of Gygdighe, Richard...sintourer, Richard Eaude, John of Scheltone, John of Koynner, Walter of Den, domini, Walter of Ludham and Ralph of [...] Wodemur, knights, John of Sibetorp and Ludham, Peter of Ludeham, Geoffry la Skyar, Adam of Cropbulle, Richard Cessar, Peter his son, Reginald of Oxtone, Richard le Foun, and others.
Tag., Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/2  25 Jan 1283 (Conversion of St. Paul)

Contents:
Deed Poll, confirmation of a Grant
(See DD/SK/34/1);
(1) John de Den, kt.
(2) Sewall le Fonn
(1) to (2)
Lands and buildings in Oxton and Soreneton.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/3  7 Dec 1348

Contents:
Deed Poll, Quitclaim:
(1) Richard Damper of Notchekelsay
(2) Richard de Strelley of Wodeborough
(1) to (2) claim to land and buildings with rents and services, once held by John de Waldeschef a relative of (1), in Oxton and Epperstone.
Warranty clause.
Witnesses:- Lord Ralph de Cromwell, jnr.; John of Louda(m); Robert of Strelley, knts.; John of Sutton, Lord of Averham; Robert of Calverton, Nicholas Bernak, Adam of the Crouche, John of Saltesleby, William of le Rodes and others.
Tag and seal.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/4  29 Aug 1359 ( [...] Decollatio S. John Bapt. 1359)

Contents:
Deed Poll, Grant:
(1) Richard de Strelley
(2) William de Colston, chaplain, William de Colston, kinsman of above
(1) to (2)
Lands in Oxton with woods, meadows, and pastures and all appurtenances, which (1) received at death of his father, Sampson de Strelley. Annual rent of 1 florin to be paid on festival of John the Baptist. Warranty clause.
Tag.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/5  15 Aug 1361 (Assumption of Blessed Mary 1361)

Contents:
Deed Poll, Confirmation of a grant:
(1) Robert Chenworth, chaplain, and John de Colston, chaplain
(2) William de Strelley
(1) to (2)
Lands and buildings, with woods, meadows, pastures and all appurtenances in town and fields of Oxton which (1) held by grant and feoffment from Sampson de Strelley and William, Vicar of Oxton. Warranty clause.
Witnesses:-
Thomas de Rosselby, Thomas de Nevill, Robert de Moindene, knights, Stephen de Strelley of Oxton and William, Vicar of Cade and others.
Parch., Latin.

Land at Winster (Derbs.)  DD/SK/34/6  1325

[no title]  DD/SK/34/6  30 June 1325 (Saturday after Feast of S.Peter & Paul, 1325)

Contents:
Deed Poll, Grant:
Grant to Wilhem de Minchoue of rents received by person unnamed from property in Wynst (Winster, Derbs.)
Tenants:-
Richard de la More and Edusa his wife, Hugh son of William Gerard, Richard Aleyn and wife Maude, Richard Gerard and wife Agnes, Richard son of Robert and wife Maude, Robert son of Robert son of (sic) Henry William Mariot and wife Cecile, Peres de Winst, Robert Mariot and wife Sara, Ralph son of Louwys.
Parch., Anglo-Norman French.

Manor of Oxton (Ayscough, Strelley, Briggs, Kirby, Earl of Sussex, Byron)  DD/SK/34/7-52  1537-1570

[no title]  DD/SK/34/7  29 Dec 1537

Contents:
Deed Poll, Grant for Marriage settlement:
(1) Francis Ayscugh of Stalynburgh, Lincs., esq.
(2) William Ayscugh, kt., Andrew Seilsby, kt., Martin Hylyerd, George Sayntpoll, Vincent Granntham, Hugo Grantham, William Ustwayte, Robert Skerne, Thomas Kyme, jnr., John Otley, Christopher Smyth, Robert Ayscugh, snr., John Coythe, Robert Snydall, clerk, Carol Yerburgh, snr., Nicholas Gyzlyngton, snr. of Hagforth
(1) to (2)
Manor at Oxton with appurtenances and all lands, buildings, meadows, pastures, woods and underwoods in Oxton. For use of (2). Held of the Chief Lord of the Fee. (2) to hand over Manor and lands to (1) and Elizabeth, his wife, on feast of Michael the Archangel next following. For use of (1) and wife Elizabeth and their heirs. If no heirs of Francis and Elizabeth, for use of Francis and Elizabeth heirs of Francis. Held of the Chief Lord of the Fee.
Warranty clause.
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/8  29 Dec 1537

Contents:
Deed Poll, Grant of powers of Attorney:
(1) Francis Ayscugh of Stalynburgh, Lincs., esq.
(2) John Lalley
(1) to (2) grant of powers of attorney to give full and peaceful possession and seisin of Manor of Oxton and lands to William Ayscugh et alii as in DD/SK/34/7. Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/9  22 Aug 1538

Contents:
Deed Poll, grant fulfilling Marriage settlement:
(1) William Aycugh, etc. as in DD/SK/34/7(2) overleaf
(2) Francis Ayscugh of Stalynburgh, Lincs, esq. and wife Elizabeth
(1) to (2)
Manor of Oxton as DD/SK/34/7, formerly granted by (2) to (1) (DD/SK/34/7) on condition that (1) handed it back to (2) on Feast of Michael the Archangel next following. For use of (2) and their heirs for ever. If no heirs for use of (2) and heirs of Francis Ayscugh.
Sigs., tags, seals of 12 of (1)
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/10  22 Aug 1538

Contents:
Deed Poll, grant of powers of attorney:
(1) William Ayscugh, kt. et alii as in DD/SK/34/9 above
(2) John Cooke, yeo.
(1) to (2)
Grant of powers of attorney to give full and peaceable possession and seisin of Manor of Oxton and lands to Francis Ayscugh and wife Elizabeth. Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Sigs, tags, seals of 10 of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/11-12  6 Oct 1542 (Oct. of Mich. 1542)

Contents:
Final Concords: right and left hand indentures:
Nicholas Strelley, kt.: quer
Francis Ayscoughe, esq.: deforceant
Manor of Oxton with appurtenances, 40 messuages, 10 cottages, 10 tofts, 2000 ac. arable, 300 ac. meadow, 2000 ac. pasture, 1000 ac. wood, 1000 ac. heath and pine, 100/- rent, with appurtenances in Oxton.
£440.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/13  9 Oct 1542

Contents:
Exemplification of a fine:
Nicholas Strelley, kt.: quer
Francis Ayscoughe, esq.: deforceant
Manor of Oxton and all land as DD/SK/34/11 & DD/SK/12 above.
Tag, seal.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/14  24 Feb 1544

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and Sale (counterpart):
(1) Six Nicholas Strelley of Strelley, kt.
(2) George Bryggs of London, Merchant taylor, and wife Alice
For £100, (1) to (2)
Manor of Oxton, with the appurtenances.
For (2) for life.
Marks, tags, seals of (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/15  27 Feb 1544

Contents:
Indenture, Lease:
(1) Nycholas Strelley of Strelley, kt.
(2) George Bryggs as above and wife Alyce
(2) to (1)
Manor of Oxton for 40 years at £15 p.a.
Seals of (2), sig. of G.B., Mark of A.B.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/16  9 May 1559

Contents:
Indenture, Mortgage, in form of Bargain and Sale, inrolled:
(1) Sir Nicholas Strelley of Strelley, kt.
(2) Richard Kirby of Hennam, Essex, gent.
For £500, (1) to (2)
Manor of Oxton with appurtenances and all messuages, lands, tenements, rents etc.
For use of (2) for ever if (1) does not repay £500 on 2 June 1564, at the time and place appointed.
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/17  9 May 1559

Contents:
Indenture, Mortgage in form of Bargain and Sale, counterpart:
(1) Sir Nicholas Strelley of Strelley, kt.
(2) Richard Kirby of Hennam, Essex, gent.
Counterpart of DD/SK/34/16.
Sig., tag, seal of (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/18  16 May 1559

Contents:
Indenture, Counterpart lease:
(1) Richard Kirby, gent.
(2) Sir Nicholas Strelley, kt.
(1) to (2)
Manor of Beauchief, Derbs., with appurtenances, formerly leased by (2) to (1) on 20 Apr at rent of £3.6.8d. p.a., and manor of Oxton with appurtenances and all lands, tenements, etc. belonging.
For (2) until 28 Apr 1564, at annual rent of £36.13.4. for manor of Beauchief and £30 for manor of Oxton, to be paid on 28 May at place appointed.
Sig., tag, seal of (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/19-20  22 May 1559 (Morrow Trinity 1559)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indenture:
Richard Kirby, gent: quer
Nicholas Strelley, kt.: deforceant
Manor of Oxton with appurtenances and 30 messuages, 1 water mill, 2000 ac. arable, 400 ac. meadow, 1000 ac. pasture, 400 ac. wood, £10 rent, with appurtenances in Oxton.
£600.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/21  18 Nov 1596

Contents:
Exemplification of a fine:
Richard Kirby, gent.: quer
Nicholas Strelley, kt.: deforceant
Manor of Oxton and property as DD/SK/34/19 & DD/SK/34/20.
Exemplified by Tho. Walmysley.
Tag and large fragment of seal.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/22  30 May 1559

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and Sale, inrolled:
(1) Richard Kyrby, gent., servant of (2)
(2) Thomas, Earl of Sussex, Viscount Fitzwauter, Lord Egremound and Burnell, Chief Justice in Eyre of the Forests, Lord Deputy of Ireland
(1) to (2)
Manors of Oxton and Beauchief (Derbs.), with appurtenances.
For (2). All former bargains and sales, leases etc. void except a lease made to Sir Nicholas Strelley on 16 May (DD/SK/24/18)
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title or date]  DD/SK/34/23

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and Sale, counterpart:
(1) Richard Kyrby, gent.
(2) Thomas, Earl of Sussex
Counterpart of DD/SK/34/22.
Tag, seal of (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/24  29 May 1564

Contents:
Indenture, covenant:
(1) Anthonie Strelley of Strelley, kt.
(2) Richard Kyrbie of Henham, Essex, gent.
(1) and (2) covenant that mortgage raised by Sir Nicholas Strelley on Manor of Oxton due to be repaid on 2 June next (see DD/SK/34/16) is to be repaid by (1) on 29 Nov or (1) is to give reasonable assurance that he will repay £500 mortgage, otherwise land is to pass to (2).
Sig, tag, seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/25  29 May 1564

Contents:
Indenture, covenant:
(1) Anthonie Strelley, kt
(2) Richard Kyrbie, gent.
Countypart of DD/SK/34/24.
Tag, seal of (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/26  30 Nov 1564

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and Sale:
(1) Richard Kyrby, gent.
(2) Sir Anthony Strelley
(1) to (2)
Manor of Oxton with appurtenances. Formerly mortgaged by Sir Nicholas Strelley to (1) and not redeemed. For use of (2), provided that (2) pays (1) £833.5.8d. before 1 Dec 1569.
Sig., tag, armorial seal of (2)

[no title]  DD/SK/34/27-28  20 Jan 1566 (Oct. of Hillary 1566)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
Anthony Strelley, kt.: quer
Richard Kyrkeby, gent and wife Mary: deforceants
Manor of Oxton, 2 messuages, 4 cottages, 4 tofts, 4 gardens, 2 orchards, 300 ac. arable, 60 ac. meadow, 400 ac. pasture, 100 ac. wood, 300 ac. heath and pine, £4 rent, with appurtenances in Oxton.
£680.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/29  10 Mar 1569

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and Sale:
(1) Sir Anthony Strelley of Strelley, kt.
(2) John Byron of Newstead, esq.
For £200 and for certain sums to be paid to Richard Kirkby (alias Kirbey) of Henham, Essex, (1) to (2)
Manor of Oxton, called Strelleis Manor, with all appurtenances, lands, tenemtns, meadows, pastures, etc.
For use of (2), (1) to pay £390.6.8d. to (2) before 17 Apr and £566.13.4d. to Richard Kirkby by 1 Dec, at times and appointed places.
Sig, tag, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/30  14 Mar "1569"

Contents:
Deed Poll, confirmation of a grant, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Anthony Strelley, kt.
(2) John Byron, esq.
(1) to (2)
Manor of Oxton etc. as DD/SK/34/29 above.
For use of (2). Warranty clause.
Sig., tag, armorial seal of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/31  24 April 1569 (Quind.Easter 1569)

Contents:
Final Concord, left hand indenture:
John Byron, esq.: quer
Anthony Strelley, kt. and wife Johanna: deforceants
Manor of Oxton, called Strelleys Manor, 13 messuages, 7 cottages, 20 tofts, 1 water mill, 1 dovecote, 20 gardens, 16 orchards, 400 ac. arable, 150 ac. meadow, 200 ac. pasture, 200 ac. wood, 400 ac. heath and pine, 400 ac.moore, 400 ac. peat land, 6/- rent, in Oxton.
£280.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/32  27 Apr 1569

Contents:
Deed Poll, Exemplification of a fine:
John Byron, esq.: quer
Anthony Strelley, kt. and wife Johanna: deforceants
Manor of Oxton etc. as DD/SK/34/31.
Exemplified by Gardiner.
£280.
Tag and large frag. of seal.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/33  14 June 1569

Contents:
Deed Poll, receipt:
Richard Kyrby (alias Kyrkebye) received from John Byron, esq. by the hands of Gilbert Sherington of Middlesex. gent., 50 marks, which Sir Anthony Strelley owed to R.K. for Manor of Oxton, recently bought by J.B. from Sir A.S.
Sig., tag, seal of R.K. Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/34  20 Mar 1570

Contents:
Deed Poll, Confirmation of a grant:
(1) Edmund Assheton, esq. and Henry Townerowe
(2) John Byron, esq.
(1) to (2)
Manor of Oxton etc. as DD/SK/34/31 which (1) recently recovered from (2). For use of (2). Held of the Chief Lord of the Fee.
Warranty clause.
Tags of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/35  6 June 1573

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and Sale, inrolled:
(1) Thomas, Earl of Sussex, Viscount Fitzwater, Lord Egremonde and Burnell, K.G.
(2) John Byron of Newstead, esq.
For £300.
(1) to (2)
Manor of Oxton with appurtenances and all lands, etc.
For use of (2).
Sig, tag, armorial seal of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/36  15 Feb 1574

Contents:
Deed Poll, Exemplification of a recovery:
Robert Fletcher, Gilbert Sheryngton, gent.: quer
Michael Boyes: attorney to above
John Byron, esq.: deforceant
Nicholas Buck: his attorney
Manor of Oxton called Strelleys Manor, 10 messuages, 7 cottages, 20 tofts, 1 water mill, 1 dovecote, 20 gardens, 400 ac. arable, 150 ac. meadow, 200 ac. pasture, 200 ac. wood, 400 ac. heath and pine, 400 ac. moor, 400 ac. peat land and 6/- rent in Oxton. First vouchee, Thomas, Earl of Sussex; second vouchee, John Howell.
Tag and frag. of seal.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/37  14 Feb 1574

Contents:
Deed Poll, Confirmation of a grant (quoting fine):
(1) Robert Fletcher, Gilbert Sherrington, gent.
(2) John Byron, esq.
(1) to (2)
Manor of Oxton etc. as DD/SK/34/36. For use of (2).
Held of Chief Lord of Fee. Property recently recovered by (1) from (2). Warranty clause.
Marks, tags, seals of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/38  28 May "1560"

Contents:
Receipt:
Richard Kyrby of Henham, Essex, gent. received from Sir Nicholas Strelley, kt. £66.13.4d., being 1 years rent for Manors of Beauchief and Oxton. (Lease DD/SK/34/18).
Sig, seal of R.K.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/39  28 May 1561

Contents:
Receipt:
Richard Kyrby of Henham, Essex, gent. received from Sir Nicholas Strelley, kt. £66.13.4d., being 1 years rent for Manors of Beauchief and Oxton. (Lease DD/SK/34/18).
Sig, seal of R.K.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/40  28 May 1562

Contents:
Receipt:
Richard Kyrby received from Sir Anthony Strelley (son and heir and exor. of Will of Sir Nicholas Strelley) by hand of Anthony Cotton, £66.13.4d., being 1 years rent for manors of Beauchief and Oxton.
Sig, seal of R.K.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/41  28 May "1583"

Contents:
Receipt: as DD/SK/34/40.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/42  20 Apr 1564

Contents:
Receipt: as DD/SK/34/40.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/43  7 Dec 1564

Contents:
Receipt:
Richard Kirby received from Sir Anthony Strelley, £33.6.8d., being 6 months rent for Manor of Oxton.
Sig., seal of R.K.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/44  16 June "1565"

Contents:
Letter of Attorney from Richard Kyrby to his brother Thomas Kyrby of Smythfield, appointing him to receive £33.6.8d. from Sir Anthony Strelley on 21 June next. Endorsed with power of attorney for brother to collect £5 owed by A.S. to R.K.
(Bargain and Sale DD/SK/34/26)
Sig, seal of R.K.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/45  21 June 1565

Contents:
Receipt:
Thomas Kyrby received for Richard Kirby £33.6.8d. from Sir Anthony Strelley.
Sig, seal of T.K.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/46  30 Jan 1563

Contents:
Letter from Richard Kyrby to Sir Anthony Strelley, extending period for payment of £5.
Sig. of R.K.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/47  21 June 1565

Contents:
Receipt:
Thomas Kirby received for Richard Kirby £5 from Sir Anthony Strelley.
Sig, seal of T.K.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/48  19 June "1566"

Contents:
Receipt:
Richard Kyrby received the sum of £33.6.8d. from Sir Anthony Strelley, for manor of Oxton.
Sig, seal of R.K.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/49  20 Nov "1566"

Contents:
Receipt:
Richard Kyrby received the sum of £33.6.8d. from Sir Anthony Strelley, for manor of Oxton.
Sig, seal of R.K.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/50  18 June 1567

Contents:
Receipt:
Richard Kyrby received the sum of 50 marks from Sir Anthony Strelley, for the manor of Oxton.
Sig, seal of R.K.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/51  4 Jan 1569

Contents:
Receipt:
Sir Anthony Strelley received the sum of £200 from John Byron of Newstead, part of payment for Manor of Oxton.
Sig., armorial seal of A.S.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/34/52  17 Apr 1569

Contents:
Receipt:
Sir Anthony Strelley received £390.6.8d. from John Byron, remainder of payment for manor of Oxton.
Sig., armorial Seal of A.S. Paper, English

Manor of Oxton-including sales off (Byron, Savile, Mellish, Walker, Ellis, Manderville, Aslabie)  DD/SK/35/1-28  1587 - 1718

[no title]  DD/SK/35/1  30 June 1587

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart deed of exchange:
(1) John Savile of Lyndeby, esq., and son and heir William Savile
(2) Sir John Byron of Colwyke, kt. and son John Byron, esq.
For manors of Oxton sold by (2) to (1), (1) to (2)
Manor of Lyndeby, with all appurtenances in Lyndeby, Papplewick and Hucknall Torkard.
For use of (2). List of about 40 tenants, lands they hold and rents due, which leases are to be observed by (2).
Tags and sigs. of (2)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/2  12 Feb 1718

Contents:
Deed Poll, explification of a fine dated Oct. of Hilary 1588
John Savyle, esq., William Savyle, son and heir of J.S.: quer
John Byron, kt., John Byron, son of J.B., and wife Margaret: deforceants
Manor of Oxton, 10 messuages, 10 cottages, 10 tofts, 1 water mill, 2 dovecotes, 10 gardens, 10 orchards, 200 ac. arable, 100 ac. meadow, 100 ac. pasture, 100 ac. wood, 100 ac. heath and pine, 100 ac. moore, 40/- rent.
Tag and seal, printed portrait.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/3  2 Sept 1616

Contents:
Indenture, Inquisition post mortem at Newark-on-Trent on 2 Sept 1616, before George Wigfall, esq.
Property of William Savile:-
Manor of Oxton, 9 messuages, 11 tofts, 1 water mill, 1 dovecote, 300 ac. land, 400 ac. meadow, 60 ac. pasture, 80 ac. wood, free warren and 3/- rent. W.S. died seised of above on 9 Apr last.
Sig. of G.W., tag.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/4  30 July 1629

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart Bargain and Sale:
(1) John Savile of Oxton, esq. and wife Elizabeth
(2) Robert Walker of London, citisen and apothecary
For £600, (1) to (2)
1 messuage, now in ten. of William Brownell, 1 messuage, now in ten. of John Wilkinson, 1 messuage, now in ten. of Robert Sherbrooke, 1 close meadow in Nether meadow, in ten. of John Ward, 1 close pasture on Greves hill in ten. John Burges (2 ac.), 3 lands in Upper Hatfield abutting on Forest Lane, 3 butts on Moore field lying beyond the Sallow land abutting on Forest Lane, 1 close arable on Hobblesmith, in occ. of Edward Singleton, with all appurtenances, in Oxton; Edens croft, Lane croft, 3 arable lands in Farr Brecke in Morefield, 7 lawn butts in occ. of Robert Sherbrooke excepted. For use of (2).
Tag, seal of (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/5  30 July 1629

Contents:
Indenture, Counterpart feoffment:
(1) John Savile
(2) Robert Walker
For £600, (1) to (2)
Lands as in DD/SK/35/4.
For use of (2). Detailed terrier of all lands purchased by (2) from (1), attached.
(See also DD/SK/24/8).
Sig., tag, seal of (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/6  30 July 1629

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart bargain and sale:
(1) John Savile of Oxton, esq. and wife Elizabeth
(2) Thomas Elys of Grantham, Lincs, esq., George Elys of Wyham, Lincs., gent., Thomas Shipman of Hauthwayte, par. Alwick-upon-Streete, Yorks., gent.
For £180, (1) to (2)
1 messuage in ten. of Edward Singleton, Strawberrie close with all appurtenances, except close arable on Hobblesmith and its appurtenances, in Oxton.
For use of (2).
Sig., tag, seal of T.S.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/7  3 Oct 1629

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart feoffment:
(1) John Savile of Oxton, gent.
(2) Robert Gunthorpe of Farnsfield, yeo.
For £162.10s. received from Richard Gunthorpe, father of (2), (1) to (2)
Ten Acre spring, Martyns close, both part of manor of John Savile in Oxton; cottage and 1 close meadow or pasture (4 ac.) in which cottage stands, part of Darby Grange once part of Welbeck Monastery, in Oxton.
With an appurtenances.
To (2) for use of Richard Gunthorpe, his father.
Sig., tag of (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/8  30 Nov "1629"

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart feoffment, with delivery of seisin:
(1) John Savile of Oxton, gent.
(2) John Watson of Oxton, husbandman
For £160, (1) to (2)
Messuage with appurtenances in which (2) lives, 2 oxgangs meadow and pasture in Oxton, except Hill Close, Langwith Close, 4 lands in the Further brecks, 1 land at the Mill, 1½ lands abutting Water Lane, 1 butt near Spourges House, 1 land by Walkers Leyes, with all appurtenances; 4 swaithes meadow, 4 other swaithes meadow, 1 gubbone meadow, 4 lands inclosed in the Netherfield, 1 land between lands of Robert Sherbrooke and Francis Barrett, 1 fallow land between lands ofRobert Sherbrooke and John Birch, 1 fallow land between lands of Francis Barrett and Robert Walker, 2 butts on Lydgate Bank, 1 butt in Netherfield, 2 butts in same field, 3 butts in the nearer water furrowes, 1 land on the Weisleyes, with all appurtenances.
For use of (2). Held of the Chief Lord of the Fee.
Mark, tag, seal of (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/9  20 Jan 1656 (Oct. Hilary 1656)

Contents:
Final concord, right hand indenture:
John Moseley, esq.: plaintiff
William Savile, esq.: deforceant
Manor of Oxton, 5 messuages, 2 cottages, 2 tofts, 1 watermill, 1 dove cote, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 50 ac. arable, 25 ac. meadow, 25 ac. pasture, 25 ac. wood, 25 ac. heath and pine, 25 ac. moor and 40/- rent, in Oxton.
£240.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/10  22 Oct 1696

Contents:
Indenture, covenant to levy a fine, to fulfill agreement made before marriage of (1)
(1) William Savile of Mexborough, Yorks, esq. and wife Katherine
(2) John Mandevile of Rotherham, Yorks., gent.
Covenant to levy a fine for manor of Oxton, the inheritance of Katherine Savile, with all its appurtenances, 8 messuages, 8 cottages, 1 water mill, 1 dove cote, 10 gardens, 10 orchards, 200 ac. arable, 200 ac. meadow, 200 ac. pasture, 50 ac. wood, 2000 ac. heath and pine, 2000 ac. moor, 70/- rent, common pasture and free warren in Oxton. For use of Katherine Savile during her life, then for use of William Savile during his life, and after for heirs of (1).
Fine to be levied to fulfill agreement made between William and Katherine Savile before marriage, that Catherine would settle manor and lands as above, and William would settle and assure upon trustees, lands to yearly value of £300 for use of William and Catherine.
Sigs., tags, seals of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/11  30 Oct 1696

Contents:
Exemplification of a fine dated month of Michaelmas 8 William III:
John Mandevile, gent.: quer
William Savile, esq. and wife Katherine: deforceants
Manor of Oxton, 8 messuages, 8 cottages, 1 water mill, 1 dovecote, 10 gardens, 10 orchards, 200 ac. arable, 200 ac. meadow, 200 ac. pasture, 50 ac. wood, 2000 ac. heath and pine, 2000 ac. moor, 70/- rent, common pasture and free warren, in Oxton.
Tag and frag. of seal, printed portrait.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/12  September 1696 (Month of Mich. 1696)

Contents:
Copy of final concord:
John Mandevile, gent.: quer
William Savile, esq. and wife Katherine: deforceants
Manor of Oxton etc. as DD/SK/35/11.
£1,000.
Paper, Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/13-14  18 Oct 1703

Contents:
Indenture tripartite, lease and release for purpose of recovery:
(1) William Savile of Oxton, esq.
(2) William Aslabie of Rotherham, gent.
(3) Richard Orme of par. St. Andrews, Holbourne, London, gent.
For 10/-, (1) to (2)
Manor of Oxton with all appurtenances, 10 messuages, 1 water mill, 1 dovecote, 10 gardens 300 ac. arable, 100 ac. meadow, 200 ac. pasture, 50 ac. wood, 2000 ac. heath and pine, [...] 60/- rent, free warren and common pasture in Oxton.
For (2) so that (3) may take a common recovery before end of Michaelmas term next. (3) to be demandant, (1) vouchee. Endorsed 19th and 20th Sept 1705.
Sigs., tags, seals of (1) and (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/15  29 Nov 1703

Contents:
Deed Poll, exemplification of a recovery:
Richard Orme, gent.: plaintiff
William Aslabie, gent.: deforceant
Manor of Oxton with appurtenances and 10 messuages, 1 water corn mill, 1 dovecote, 10 gardens, 300 ac. arable, 100 ac. meadow, 200 ac. pasture, 50 ac. wood, 2000 ac. heath and pine, 60/- rent., free warren and common pasture in Oxton.
First vouchee William Savile. second vouchee John Cooke.
Tag and frags. of seal., printed portrait, Parch., Latin.
(Seal fragmentary discarded June 1967. too few & too damaged to be of value)

[no title]  DD/SK/35/16  29 Nov 1703

Contents:
Deed Poll, exemplification of a recovery:
Richard Orme, gent.: plaintiff
William Aslabie, gent.: deforceant
Manor of Oxton with appurtenances and 10 messuages, 1 water corn mill, 1 dovecote, 10 gardens, 300 ac. arable, 100 ac. meadow, 200 ac. pasture, 50 ac. wood, 2000 ac. heath and pine, 60/- rent., free warren and common pasture in Oxton.
First vouchee William Savile. second vouchee John Cooke.
Tag and frags. of seal., printed portrait, Parch., Latin.
(Seal fragmentary discarded June 1967. too few & too damaged to be of value)

[no title]  DD/SK/35/17  4 Feb "1705"

Contents:
Indenture tripartite, covenant to levy a fine:
(1) William Savile of Mexborough, Yorks, esq. and wife Katherine
(2) Francis Ward of Wilford, gent., John Birch of Mansfield, gent.
(3) William Aslabie of Rotherham, Yorks., gent.
(1) covenant to levy fines for the manor of Oxton with all appurtenances for messuages and lands in Thurgaland and Silkston, Yorks., and for rectory of Mexbrough, Yorks. It had been agreed that William Savile should pay £1650 to Catherine Savile, Francis Ward and John Birch, for sole and separate use of Catherine, and that Catherine should convey all her estate in manor of Oxton to William and his heirs and also all her estate in lands settled on her by William at the time of their marriage (i.e. messuages in Thurgaland and Silkston, and rectory of Mexbrough) to William and his heirs. In pursuance of this agreement, (1) covenant to levy this fine for above manor and lands.
For use of Francis Ward and John Birch until £1650 be paid to Katherine Savile. When paid, for use of (3) until money owed to (3) by William Savile be repaid. After repayment for use of William Savile and his heirs.
Endorsed that before sealing of this deed, it was agreed that the £1650 should be paid to Francis Ward and John Birch by William Savile for sole use of Katherine Savile within 3 months. If not paid William Aslabie promises to pay the £1650 plus interest at £5 per cent p.a. within 5 months for sole use of Katherine Savile.
Sigs, tags, seals of (1), (2) and (3).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/18  4 Feb "1705"

Contents:
Indenture tripartite, covenant to levy a fine:
(1) William Savile of Mexborough, Yorks, esq. and wife Katherine
(2) Francis Ward of Wilford, gent., John Birch of Mansfield, gent.
(3) William Aslabie of Rotherham, Yorks., gent.
(1) covenant to levy fines for the manor of Oxton with all appurtenances for messuages and lands in Thurgaland and Silkston, Yorks., and for rectory of Mexbrough, Yorks. It had been agreed that William Savile should pay £1650 to Catherine Savile, Francis Ward and John Birch, for sole and separate use of Catherine, and that Catherine should convey all her estate in manor of Oxton to William and his heirs and also all her estate in lands settled on her by William at the time of their marriage (i.e. messuages in Thurgaland and Silkston, and rectory of Mexbrough) to William and his heirs. In pursuance of this agreement, (1) covenant to levy this fine for above manor and lands.
For use of Francis Ward and John Birch until £1650 be paid to Katherine Savile. When paid, for use of (3) until money owed to (3) by William Savile be repaid. After repayment for use of William Savile and his heirs.
Endorsed that before sealing of this deed, it was agreed that the £1650 should be paid to Francis Ward and John Birch by William Savile for sole use of Katherine Savile within 3 months. If not paid William Aslabie promises to pay the £1650 plus interest at £5 per cent p.a. within 5 months for sole use of Katherine Savile.
Sigs, tags, seals of (1), (2) and (3).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/19-20  9 Feb 1706 (Oct. Pruif. 1706)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
John Birch, Francis Ward, William Aslabie, gent.: quer
William Savile, esq. and wife Katherine: deforceants
Manor of Oxton with appurtenances. 8 messuages, 8 cottages, 1 watercorn mill, 1 dovecote, 10 gardens, 10 orchards, 200 ac. arable, 200 ac. meadow, 200 ac. pasture, 50 ac. wood, 2000ac. heath and pine, 2000 ac. moor, 70/- rent, common pasture and free warren.
£660.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/21  8 Mar "1709"

Contents:
Copy of final concord dated Oct. of Purif, as above.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/22-23  17 & 18 May "1706"

Contents:
Indentures, Lease for 1 year and release:
(1) William Savile of Mexborough, Yorks, esq. and wife Katherine, Francis Ward of Wilford, John Birch of Mansfield, William Aslabie of Rotherham, Yorks., gents.
(2) Robert Mellish of Badbury, Wilts., esq.
For £3957 10s. paid by (2) to William Savile, and £1650 paid by (2) to Francis Ward and John Birch and £1000 paid by (2) to William Aslabie (money to discharge agreement made between (1)(see DD/SK/35/17) on 4 Feb "1705", (1) to (2)
Manor of Oxton with appurtenances and messuages, cottages, water mills, dovecotes, orchards, gardens, barns, arable lands, meadow, pasture, wood, heath and pine and moor, common pasture, free warren and rents in Oxton. For use of (2) for ever.
Tags, seals of (1) and (2).
Sigs. of William Savile, William Aslabie and Robert Mellish.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/24  18 May "1706"

Contents:
Indenture, Release: as above.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/25  18 May "1706"

Contents:
Indenture, Release: as above.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/26  n.d. c. 1706

Contents:
Abstract of Robert Mellish's claim to Oxton Manor and lands, quoting 7 deeds from 1696 - 1706. Prepared for case on title.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/27  n.d. c. 1706

Contents:
Notes on family of Savile and descent of manor of Oxton to Katherine Savile.

[no title]  DD/SK/35/28  25 Feb 1708

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Lamb to William Aslabie concerning the sale of manor of Oxton to Robert Mellish. Dated at Oxton.
Paper, English.

Manor of Oxton (Mellish-Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/36/1-20  1712-1720

[no title]  DD/SK/36/1-2  11 & 12 Jan 1712

Contents:
Indenture quadrupartite, Lease for 1 year and release:
(1) William Savile of Mexborough, esq. and wife Katherine
(2) Francis Ward of Wilford, and John Birch of Mansfield, gents.
(3) William Aslabie of Rotherham, gent.
(4) Charles Mellish of Ragnell, esq. brother and heir and administrator of Robert Mellish late of Oxton, dec'd.
Whereas Robert Mellish had bought manor at Oxton and messuages, lands etc. from (1), (2) and (3) on 17 & 18 May 1706 for £6607.10s. of which he had paid £5847 10s., there was a dispute re validity of his title because of a settlement for William Savile, infant son of (1). Robert Mellish died and Charles Mellish (4) took up dispute with William Savile. Mr. Orlebar was appointed to make a report which was later ratified to the effect that if William Savile's title to lands was good, Charles Mellish was to pay residue of purchase money and William Savile, the infant son, was on attaining age of 21, to join in this conveyance. Now, for £760 to William Savile and 5/- to Francis Ward, John Birch and William Aslabie, (1) to (4)
Manor of Oxton, messuages, lands, etc. For use of (3). (1) to levy a fine.
Sigs. of (1) and (3) and Francis Ward, seals of (1), (2) and (3).
Parch., English

[no title]  DD/SK/36/3-4  20 Jan 1712 (Oct. Hil. 1712)

Contents:
Final concords, left and right hand indentures:
Charles Mellish, esq.: quer
William Savile and wife Katherine: deforceant
Manor of Oxton with appurtenances, 8 messuages, 8 cottages, 1 water mill, dovecote, 10 gardens, 10 orchards, 200 ac. arable, 200 ac. meadow, 200 ac. pasture, 50 ac. wood, 2000 ac. heath and pine, 2000 ac. moor, 70/- rent, common pasture and free warren in Oxton; 5 messuages, 5 barns, 5 gardens, 200 ac. arable, 40 ac. meadow, 200 ac. pasture, pasture for 10 animals and common pasture, moiety of 1 messuage, 40 ac. arable, 10 ac. meadow, 20 ac. pasture with appurtenances in Thurgaland, Eastland, Silkston and Mexbrough, Yorks.
£1700.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/36/5-6  14 May "1714"

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) John Birch of Mansfield, gent.
(2) Elizabeth Mellish, widow and relict and exor. of Will of Charles Mellish late of Ragnell
For 5/-, (1) to (2)
Manor of Oxton with all rights, appurtenances, messuages, cottages, watermills, dovecotes, orchards, gardens, lands, etc. in Oxton, in pursuance of a court order.
For use of (2).
Sig, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/36/7-8  5 & 6 June 1717

Contents:
Indenture, tripartite, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) William Savile, the elder, of Mexborough, esq.
(2) William Savile, the younger, son and heir of (1)
(3) Elizabeth Mellish of Groave, Notts., widow, exor. of Charles Mellish late of Ragnall
For 5/-, (2) to (3) at instance of (1)
Manor of Oxton with appurtenances and messuages, cottages, watermills, dovecotes, orchards, gardens, lands, etc. in Oxton to fulfil an agreement made between (1) and Charles Mellish and others on 12 Jan 1712 (DD/SK/36/2). For use of (3), (2) to to levy a fine.
Sigs., seals of (1) and (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/36/9-10  7 July 1717 (3 weeks of Trin 1717)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
Elizabeth Mellish, widow: quer
William Savile, the younger, gent.: deforceant
Manor of Oxton, 8 messuages, 8 cottages, 1 watermill, 1 dovecote, 10 gardens, 10 orchards, 200 ac. arable, 200 ac. meadow, 200 ac. pasture, 50 ac. wood, 2000 ac. heath and pine, 2000 ac. moor, 70/- rent, common pasture and free warren in Oxton.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/36/11  3 Feb "1717"8"

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and sale, inrolled:
(1) Elizabeth Mellish of Grove, widow of Charles Mellish, late of Ragnall, dec'd.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £6987.10s., (1) to (2)
Manor of Oxton, late called Strelleys manor, with all appurtenances, messuages, cottages, watermills, dovecotes, orchards, gardens, lands, etc. belonging in Oxton and all other premises and lands of (1) in Oxton which were formerly the estate and inheritance of William Savile and Katherine, his wife. For use of (2).
Sig., armorial seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/36/12  5 Feb "1717/8"

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Elizabeth Mellish of Grove, widow of Charles Mellish, late of Ragnall, dec'd.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £6987.10s., (1) to (2)
Manor of Oxton, late called Strelleys manor, etc. as DD/SK/36/11 above. For use of (2). Sale to fulfill Will of Charles Mellish.
Copyhold lands to be included in purchase but as heir at law is a minor, title cannot be vested in (2) for some time. (1) covenants that heir, child of Robert Mellish, will surrender copyhold lands to (2) when heir attains age of 21.
Endorsed with receipt, signed by (1).
Sigs., armorial seals of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/36/13  6 Feb "1777/8"

Contents:
Indenture, deed of covenant:
(1) Elizabeth Mellish of Grove, widow and exor. of Charles Mellish late of Ragnall, esq.
(2) Henry Sherbrook of Oxton, esq.
(1) covenants to use money received from sale of property (as in DD/SK/36/13) to (2) to uses expressed in codicil to Will of G.M., to save and keep harmless property sold to (2) to see that E.M., on attaining age of 21, conveys her interest to (2) at cost and charge of (2), for use of (2)
Sig. and armorial seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/36/14  11 June 1717

Contents:
Copy of Will of William Savile, leaving two thirds of lands etc. in Thurgaland and all his personal estate to Susannah Wilson, his servant and housekeeper and appointing her sole executive.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/36/15  1719

Contents:
Account for drawing up deeds and preparing a fine, for Henry Sherbrook. Signed "Received the 15th of Dec. 1720...." W.M. Thompson, the amount of £13.11.10d.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/36/16  1720

Contents:
Mr. Thompson's account to Joseph Galliard for drawing up etc. of fine for Mr. Sherbrooke.
Total £13.13s.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/36/17  1718

Contents:
Account for drawing up deeds, searching previous ones etc. for Henry Sherbrooke.
Signed "Rec. Nov. 17th 1718." W.M. Thompson, the amount of £33.14.9d.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/36/18  22 Aug 1720

Contents:
Receipt, signed by John Maddacks, bayliffe, for £6 from Henry Sherbrooke "for a licence of agreeing with Thomas London, Esq." re manor of Oxton and lands etc.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/36/19  1 Jan 1704 (Will); 27 Mar 1713 (codicil)

Contents:
Copy of Mr. Charles Mellish's Will leaving property etc. to his wife Elizabeth and his children, with instructions abouts its sale and the use of the money thus raised and appointing his wife as sole exor.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/36/20  6 Apr "1720"

Contents:
Indenture, confirmation of a sale:
(1) Thomas Condon of Willerby, Yorks, esq. and wife Elizabeth (only daughter of Charles Mellish, esq., late of Ragnall, decd.)
(2) Henry Sherbrooke, as above
For 5/- and to fulfill covenant made between Elizabeth Mellish (mother of Elizabeth the wife of Thomas Condon) (1) (see DD/SK/36/13), (1) to (2)
Manor of Oxton with all appurtenances, all messuages, cottages, water mills, dovecotes, gardens, orchards, lands, etc. belonging in Oxton. For use of (2).
Sigs.armourial seals of (1). Parch., English.

Various deeds of land possible in sale of 1717 manor (viz. Savile - Mellish - Sherbrooke etc.)  DD/SK/37/1-22  1554-1708

[no title]  DD/SK/37/1  16 Jan 1554

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of a bargain and sale:
(1) Thomas Sherbrooke of Oxton, yeo.
(2) John Harstoft of Oxton and his son Jacob Harstoft
For £26.13.4d., (1) to (2)
Messuage to west of Oxton, with all lands and appurtenances.
For use of (2). Warranty clause.
Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Tag, seal.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/2  12 Mar 1612

Contents:
Deed Poll, feoffment (no delivery of seisin):
(1) William Harstaffe (alias Clarke) of Oxton, yeo. and his son and heir Robert
Harstaffe (alias Clarke)
(2) William Savile of Oxton, gent. and son and heir John Savile
For £135, (1) to (2)
Messuage and 1 oxgang of land in Oxton, late inheritance of William Hellowe and Bettrice, his wife, which passed to (1) as cousins and next heir to Bettrice. For use of (2).
Tags, seals of (1), marks of W.H., sig of R.H.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/3  12 Mar 1612

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of a feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) William and Robert Harstaffe, both as above
(2) William and John Savile, both as above
(1) to (2)
Messuage and 1 oxgang of land in Oxton (as DD/SK/37/2). For use of (2). Warranty clause.
Tags, seals of (1), mark of W.H., sig. of R.H.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/4-5  26 April 1612 (Quind. Easter 1612)

Contents:
Final concord, right and left hand indentures
William Savile and John Savile, gents: quer William Harstaffe, alias Clarke, and wife Elizabeth, Thomas Hodgkyn and wife Elizabeth, John Watson: deforciants
1 messuage, 1 garden, 1 orchard 30 ac. arable, 12 ac. meadow, 24 ac. pasture and 1 common pasture in Oxton.
£80.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/6  11 Nov "1587"

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of a grant:
(1) Roger Knolle of Oxton, yeo.
(2) John Savile of Oxton, gent.
(1) to (2)
Close of pasture called the Nether Croft.
For use of (2). Warranty clause.
Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Mark, tag, seal of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/7  11 Nov 1587

Contents:
Bond:
Richard Knoll ox Oxton, yeo. bound in £50 to John Savile of Oxton, gent.
Condition:- J.S. to have peaseable enjoyment of land, as in DD/SK/37/6.
Mark, tag, seal of H.K.
Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/8  13 May 1606

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of a bargain and sale
(1) John Watson, jnr. of Farnsfield, yeo.
(2) Thomas Hodgkin of Oxton, yeo.
(1) to (2)
Strawberry close in Oxton.
For use of (2).
Mark, tag, seal of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/9  9 Mar 1612

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment (no delivery of seisin):
(1) Thomas Hodgekin of Bilsthorpe, yeo.
(2) William Savile of Oxton, gent. and son and heir John Savile
For £200, (1) to (2)
2 closes called the Strawberry close, in ten. of (1), with all rights and appurtenances and land in Nether meadow as follows:-
1 piece (9 swaithes), 1 pieces (4 swaithes), 1 piece (8 swaithes) - late in ten. of John Clarke and wife Alice, mother of (1).
For use of (2).
Sig, tag,mark of T.H.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/10  9 Mar 1612

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of a feoffment:
(1) Thomas Hodgkin of Bilsthorpe, yeo.
(2) William and John Savile, as above
(1) to (2)
2 closes called the Strawberry close in Oxton.
For use of (2). Warranty clause. Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Mark, tag, seal of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/11  10 May 1613

Contents:
Deed poll, quit claim:
(1) Thomas Balle of Oxton, husbandman
(2) William Savile, as above
(1) to (2)
All claims to 1 croft to S.E. of messuage of William Savile, now in occ. of Nicholas Martin.
Mark, tag, seal of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/12  14 July 1630

Contents:
Indenture, grant, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Lawnceclott Butler of HucknallTorkard, yeo.
(2) John Savill of Oxton, esq.
(1) to (2)
Piece of (1)'s fold yard adjoining messuage of (2)'s, 5 perches. For use of (2).
Mark, tag, of (1)
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/13  1 Apr "1630"

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment:
(1) John Savile of Oxton, gent.
(2) Thomas Savile of Darton Grange, Oxton, gent.
For £50, (1) to (2)
Piece of wood ground and pastures in the Greaves called Eight Acres, in occ. of (2), and 1 piece of wood ground and pasture called Brierie close in ten. of (2), 5 ac, in Oxton. Lands formerly sold by (2) to (1) and his father, William Savile. For use of (2).
Tag, seal of (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/14-15  11 & 12 May "1698"

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) John Jackson of Oxton, yeo. and wife Elizabeth
(2) William Jackson of Oxton, yeo.
(3) William Savile of Oxton, esq.
For £40 paid by (3) to (1), (1) and (2) to (3)
1 messuage in ten of (1) and 1 closed called Hatfield close in Oxton, with all rights and appurtenances. For use of (3).
Tags of (1) and (2), seals of (1), sigs. of J.J.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/16  6 Sept "1698"

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Thomas Lamb of Oxton, yeo. and wife Mary
(2) William Savile of Oxton, esq.
For £3.2s., (1) to (2)
2 lands, 2 r. in Oxton, 1 being in the Netherfield in the Near Mill Nook, the other in the Windmill Hill field in the Lidgid Banke, with all appurtenances. For use of (2)
Endorsed with receipt for £3.2.6d.
Sigs, tags, seals of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/17  4 Mar "1699"/1700

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Alexander Smith of Fiskerton, yeo, son and heir of Robert Smith, late of Oxton, carpenter, dec'd., and Annie Smith, widow of R.S.
(2) William Savile of Oxton, esq.
For £30, (1) to (2)
Close of meadow called Homing Nab close (1 ac.), with all appurtenances. For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Marks, seals of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/18  26 Dec "1699"

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) William Taylor of Oxton, yeo. and wife Elizabeth
(2) William Savile of Oxton, esq.
For £14.10s, (1) to (2)
Close of pasture called the Pingle, in Oxton.
For use of (2).
Tags, seals of (1), sig. of W.T.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/19  28 Dec "1700"

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) William Taylor and wife Elizabeth, as above
(2) William Savile of Oxton, esq.
For £72., (1) to (2)
A meadow (2 ac.), in Oxton, a pingle of (2) east, meadow ground of John Ouldham, south, and Widow Bush north.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig. of W.T., mark of E.T., seals of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/20  20 Oct "1708"

Contents:
Deed poll, quitclaim:
(1) Elizabeth Taylor of Oxton, widow of William Taylor late of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Robert Mellish of Oxton, esq.
(1) to (2) claim to close of meadows on pasture ground in Oxton called the Low Meadow and a close called the Pingle, purchased of W.T. by William Savile.
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/21  26 Aug 1566

Contents:
Indenture, marriage settlement in form of confirmation of a grant:
(1) John Harstafffe of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Beatrice Harstaffe, daughter of (1)
(1) to (2)
Messuage in Oxton, now in occ. of (1) and Margaret Harstaffe (widow of late Jacob H.) purchased by (1) from Thomas Sherbrooke on 16 Jan 1554.
For use of (2) and her heirs. Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Tag, seal.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/37/22  26 Aug 1566

Contents:
Indenture, marriage settlement in form of confirmation of a grant:
(1) John Harstaffe
(2) Beatrice Harstaffe
Counterpart of above.
Tag, seal.
Parch., Latin.

Mortgages on parts of property sold by Mellish in 1717  DD/SK/38/1-6  1681-1718

[no title]  DD/SK/38/1  9 June "1681"

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) Robert Savile of Darton Grange, Oxton, gent.
(2) Clifton Leeke of Westminster, esq.
For £200, (1) to (2)
Meadow close and Daffodil Close, parts of Darton Grange in ten. of (1). For use of (2) for 1000 years at peppercorn rent, if (1) does not repay mortgage plus interest (£212) by 9 June 1692, (1) to receive rents and profits unless there be default in repayment of mortgage.
Sig, tag of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/38/2  7 Dec "1685"

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of mortgage:
(1) Druell Leeke of St. Giles in the Fields, Mx., esq.
(2) William Andrew of St. Clements Danes, Mx., turner
For £200, (1) to (2)
Meadow close etc. (as DD/SK/38/1), formerly mortgaged by Robert Savile to Clifton Leeke, now dec'd. For use of (2) for remainder of 1000 years if (1) does no repay £200 on 3 June next, with interest.
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/38/3  20 June "1698"

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of mortgage:
(1) William Andrews of St. Clements Danes, Mx., turner
(2) William Savile of Oxton, esq.
For £255, (1) to (2)
Meadow close and Daffodil close in Oxton.
For remainder of 1000 years.
Sig., tag, seal of (1). Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/38/4  24 May 1701

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) William Savile, esq. of Oxton
(2) John Forrest of Thurgarton, yeo.
For £200, (1) to (2)
Messuage in ten. of John Moore, Hatfield close, Meadow close or Great Meadow, Daffodil close, close of meadow or pasture ground purchased by (1) from Alexander Smith and Ann Smith, in Oxton.
For use of (2) for 500 years at peppercorn rent, if (1) does not repay £200 plus interest by 24 May 1702.
Endorsed with receipt.
Sig, seal. of (1). Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/38/5  19 Apr "1712"

Contents:
Indenture tripartite, assignment of mortgage:
(1) John Forrest of Thurgarton, yeo.
(2) Charles Mellish, late of Ragnall, now of Grove, esq.
(3) Henry Clempson of Woodburgh, yeo.
For £77. 1s. paid by (2) to (1) and 5/- paid by (2) to (3), (1) to (3) at direction of (2)
Lands formerly mortgaged by William Savile to (1) (as in DD/SK/38/4) and not redeemed.
Lands sold by W.S. to Robert Mellish, now deceased, brother of (2), and inherited by (2).
For (2) for remainder of 500 years in trust to await the inheritance of the lands and to preserve the trust from being merged in the inheritance.
Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/38/6  7 Feb 1717/8

Contents:
Indenture quadrupartite, assignment of mortgage:
(1) John Wilson of Carlton-in-Lindrick, yeo. and wife Susannah, sole executrix of William Savile
(2) Elizabeth Mellish of Grove, widow and sole exor. of Charles Mellish
(3) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(4) Richard Porter of Arnold, gent.
For £295 paid to (2) by (3), being part of purchase money £6987.10s. for manor of Oxton bought by (3) from (2), and for 5/- paid by (4) to (1), (1) to (4) at direction of (2) and (3)
Meadow close and Daffodil close in Oxton, formerly mortgage by Robert Savile to Clifton Leeke, assigned by D. Leeke to William Andrew and assigned by William Andrew to William Savile (DD/SK/38/1-3)
For (1) for remainder of 1000 years and period in trust for and for use of (3).
Sigs. of (1), (2), (3) and (4), seals of (1) and (4), armorials seals of (2) and (3).
Paper., English.

Moorfield (Strawberry closes, etc. and land in fields until c.1690 (Pipes, Jackson, Hodson, Beresford, Seddon, Lambe, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/39/1-21  1641-1718

[no title]  DD/SK/39/1  15 July 1641

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and sale, not inrolled:
(1) John Pipes and wife Elizabeth
(2) Roger Jacson of Oxton, yeo.
For £230., (1) to (2)
Lands in Oxton as follows:- 8 Lands and 2 buts in the Netherfield and 6 lands in the Wymondhill field.
For use of (2). Detailed terrier of lands attached.
Tags, marks of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/39/1-2  20 & 21 Aug "1686"

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of mortgage, in form of lease and release:
(1) Richard Hodson, son and heir of Andrew Hodson, late of Farnsfield, dec'd, yeo.
(2) Christopher Beresford of Long Lednam, Lincs., esq.
For £74, (1) to (2)
Pasture ground (8 ac.) called the Strawberry in Oxton, formerly mortgaged by Roger Jacson to (1) in 1678. For use of (2).
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/39/4-5  20 & 21 Aug "1686"

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage in form of lease and release:
(1) John Jackson of Oxton, yeo. and wife Elisabeth
(2) Christopher Beresford of Long Lednam, Lincs., esq.
For £200, (1) to (2)
Messuage in ten. of (1), Strawberry close, Strawberry Well close, Mooregate close, in Oxton, all selions of arable land of (1) in Oxton, all meadow ground of (1) in Oxton and any other messuages, cottages, lands etc. of (1) in Oxton.
For use of (2) for ever if (1) does not repay mortgage money plus interest, £212, at place and time appointed in the covenant.
Tags, seals of (1), sig. of J.J., mark of E.J.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/39/6  31 Mar "1690"

Contents:
Indenture, second mortgage:
(1) John Jackson and wife Elizabeth, as above.
(2) Christopher Beresford of Long Lednam, Lincs., esq.
Second deed of mortgage of property as in DD/SK/39/5. (1) to repay £259.15.11d. plus interest by 1 Apr 1691. If not messuage and lands for use of (2). (1) covenants to levy a fine.
Sig. of J.J., mark of E.J., tags and seals of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/39/7-8  4 May 1690 (Quin. Easter 1690)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand intendutres:
Christopher Beresford, esq.: quer John Jackson and wife Elizabeth: deforceants
1 messuage, 20 ac. arable, 10 ac. meadow, 20 ac. pasture, and common pasture in Oxton.
£120.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/39/9-10  1 & 2 June "1693"

Contents:
Indenture tripartite, transfer of mortgage in form of lease and release:
(1) Christopher Beresford, as above
(2) John Jackson, as above
(3) John Seddon of Papplewick, confectioner
For £110, (1) to (2), with consent of (3)
Messuage and lands as in DD/SK/39/5.
For use of (2).
Sigs, tags, seals of (1) and (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/39/11  3 June "1693"

Contents:
Indenture, covenant:
(1) John Seddon of Papplewick, confectioner
(2) John Jackson of Oxton, yeo.
(2) covenants to (1) that if mortgage (£110) plus interest is repaid by 16 May 1696 he will reconvey messuage and lands as in DD/SK/39/5
Sig., tag, seal of (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/39/12  26 June 1696

Contents:
Indenture, quitclaim:
(1) John Jackson of Oxton, yeo.
(2) John Seddon of Papplewick, confectioner
For 5/-, (1) to (2)
All claim to messuage and lands as DD/SK/39/5 mortgaged by (1) to (2) and not redeemed. For use of (2).
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/39/13-14  19 & 20 Apr "1697"

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) John Seddon and John Jackson, both as above, Elizabeth wife of J.J. and William Jackson the son and heir of J.J.
(2) Thomas Lamb of Oxton, skernebasket-maker
For £116 paid by (2) to J.S. and £5 paid by (2) to J.J., E.J. and W.J., (1) to (2)
Strawberry close (12 ac.), Moorfield close (4 ac.), 10 swaithes of meadow in Upper Meadow in Oxton and other lands and tenements of (1) not conveyed to Joseph Stubbings, Thomas Lamb or Edward Singleton, except messuage and orchase and close in Netherhatfield in occ. of J.J., with all rights and appurtenances.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipts.
Seals of (1), sigs. of J.S., J.J. and W.J.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/39/15-16  15 & 16 Aug "1717" (1716)

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage in form of lease and release:
(1) Thomas Lamb of Nottingham, stocking-maker and wife Mary
(2) Henry Sherbrook of Oxton, esq.
For £40, (1) to (2)
Moorfield close (4 ac.) in Oxton.
For (2) if (1) does not repay mortgage plus interest on 16 Aug "1718" (1717). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs, seals of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/39/17-18  20 Oct 1717 (3 weeks Mich. 1717)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
Henry Sherbrooke, esq.: quer Thomas Lamb and wife Mary: deforceants
4 ac. pasture in Oxton.
£60.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/39/19  15 June 1718

Contents:
Receipt: signed by John Maddacks, Bayliffe, for 10/- received from Henry Sherbrooke for a fine, for the use of the Sheriff.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/39/20-21  13 & 14 June 1718

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Thomas Lamb of Nottingham, framework-knitter and wife Mary, Thomas Truswell of Girton, gent.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £60, (1) to (2)
Moorefield close (4 ac.) in Oxton.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1).
Parch., English.

Six selions of land (Walker, Hackett, Redgate, Roughton, Molteram, Sherbrooke  DD/SK/40/1-5  1701-1721

[no title]  DD/SK/40/1  1 May "1701"

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Thomas Walker of Oxton, yeo.; George Hackett of Oxton, yeo. and wife Mary
(2) John Redgate of Epperston, miller
For £11.5s., (1) to (2)
6 selions of arable land (1 ac. 3 r.) in the Netherfield on Breckdale furlong. For use of (2). Held of the Chief Lord of the Fee.
Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/40/2  17 Apr c. 1720

Contents:
Copy of Will of John Redgate of Epperston, dividing lands between his son John and daughters Elizabeth and Mary and appointing John Motteram his exor.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/40/3  20 Oct "1721"

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Gervas Rowton of Radford, yeo. and wife Elizabeth (daughter of Johb Redgate as above dec'd.)
(2) John Motteram of Calverton, yeo.
For £12, (1) to (2)
6 selions of arable (1 ac. 3 r.) in the Netherfield on Breckdale furlong. For use of (2). (1) covenants to levy a fine. Endorsed with receipt.
Seals of (1), sig. of G.R., mark of E.R.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/40/4  2 Oct "1721"

Contents:
Bond:
Gervas Rowton bound in £24 to John Motteram.
Condition:- to observe covenant of even date (DD/SK/40/3).
Sig., seal of G.R.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/40/5  30 Oct 1721

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, with delivery of seisin:
(1) John Motteram of Calverton, yeo.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £15.15s., (1) to (2)
6 selions of arable as above. For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch., English.

Farm in Oxton (Sherbrooke, Lupton, Clarke, Beale, Jackson, Taylor, Savile, Booth, Motteram, Pinder).  DD/SK/41/1-26  1612-1725

[no title]  DD/SK/41/1  15 May 1612

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment:
(1) Robert Sherbrook of Oxton, gent.
(2) Robert Lupton of York, public notary
For £205, (1) to (2)
Farm in Oxton in ten. of John Lupton, father of (2), with all appurtenances and lands held by J.L. as tenant from (1), with certain exceptions.
For use of (2).
Sig., tag, of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/2  15 May 1612

Contents:
Deed Poll, confirmation of a bargain and sale, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, gent.
(2) Robert Lupton of York, public notary
For £205, (1) to (2)
Farm in Oxton and lands as DD/SK/41/1.
For use of (2).
Sig., tag of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/3  15 May 1612

Contents:
Bond:
Robert Sherbrooke bound in £300 to Robert Lupton.
Condition:- to observe covenant of even date (DD/SK/41/1 & 2).
Sig., tag, seal of R.S.
Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/4  11 Oct 1616

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of a bargain and sale, with delivery of seisin:
(1) Robert Clarke alias Harstaffe of Oxton, husbandman
(2) Robert Lupton of York, public notary
For £4, (1) to (2)
2 selions of arable in the Netherfield in Oxton (3 r.). For use of (2).
Warranty clause.
Sig, tag, seal of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/5  29 Apr "1648"

Contents:
Indenture, confirmation of a feoffment:
(1) Joseph Beale of York, merchant, and wife Mary (daughter and heir of Robert Lupton, gent. dec'd.)
(2) Paul Beale of York, gent.
For certain sum of money, (1) to (2)
Messuages and lands etc. of (1) in Oxton, late property of Robert Lupton. For use of (2).
Sigs., tags, seals of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/6  23 Oct 1648

Contents:
Exemplification of a fine: dated 3 weeks Mich. 1648
Paul Beale, gent.: quer Joseph Beale and wife Mary; deforceants
1 messuage, 80 ac. arable, 20 ac. meadow, 30 ac. pasture, with appurtenances in Oxton.
Exemplified by Goodwyn.
Tag and frags. of seal.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/7  7 Feb 1653

Contents:
Exemplification of a fine: dated Oct. of Pur.1653.
Roger Jackson, gent.: plaintiff
Paul Beale and wife Sarah: deforceant
1 messuage, 80 ac. arable, 20 ac. meadow, 30 ac. pasture, with appurtenances in Oxton.
Tag and frags. of seal.
Parch., English.
(Seal fragments discarded June 1967 too few & too damaged to be of value).

[no title]  DD/SK/41/8  20 Feb 1669

Contents:
Indenture, quitclaim:
(1) William Savile of Oxton, esq.
(2) Roger Jackson of Oxton, gent.
(1) to (2) claim to messuage with croft belonging and 2 closes in Oxton, which had been exchanged by (2) for certain lands of (1). For use of (2).
Sig., tag of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/9  24 Feb 1669

Contents:
Indenture, Sale: endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Roger Jackson of Oxton, gent. and his son John Jackson
(2) William Tayler, the elder and William Tayler the younger, son of W.T. the elder, of Oxton, husbandman
For £350, (1) to (2)
Messuage with toft belonging, 1 close in Gringle becks (3 ac.), 1 close in the Netherfield (3 ac.), 60 ac. land, arable, meadow and pasture, now in ten. of Robert Bush which (1) bought from Paul Beale and Joseph Beale, commonly known as Lupton lands, with all appurtenances in Oxton.
For use of (2), for their lives and afterwards for heirs of William Tayler, the elder.
Sigs., tags, seals of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/10  "1668" (24 Feb 1669)

Contents:
Bond:
Roger Jackson and John Jackson, as above, bound in £700 to William Tayler snr. and William Tayler, jnr., as above.
Condition:- to observe covenant of even date (DD/SK/41/9).
Sigs., seals of R.J. and J.J.
Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/11  6 July 1672

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) William Taylor of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Robert Taylor of Oxton, husbandman
For £350, (1) to (2)
Land in Oxton as follows:- messuage with 1 toft belonging, now in ten. of Samuel Parkinson, 1 close in Gringlebecks (3 ac.), Wheatleys close (3 ac.), Hebblesmith close, Broome close, Neather meadow close, with all appurtenances, 60 ac. land of arable, meadow and pasture in Oxton, now in ten. of Robert Bush and any other messuages, lands etc. of (1) in Oxton. For use of (2).
Sig., tag, seals of (1).
Parch., English

[no title]  DD/SK/41/12  7 Apr "1699"

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) William Tayler of Oxton, yeo.
(2) William Booth of Southwell, gent.
For £25, (1) to (2)
Moiety of messuages, cottages, lands etc. of (1) in Oxton.
For (2) for 500 years at peppercorn rent if (1) does not repay mortgage money plus interest by 7 Apr 1700. (other ½ of messuage etc. settled on Elizabeth, wife of (1). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/13  10 Nov "1701"

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) William Taylor, as above, and wife Elizabeth
(2) John Motteram of Calverton, yeo.
For £20, (1) to (2)
Close of meadow called Broom close or Overhatfield.
For (2) for 500 years at peppercorn rent, if (1) does not repay £22 by 11 Nov 1703. Endorsed with receipt for £20 signed by (1) and with receipt for £5 signed by (2) and dated 13 July 1711, part of principle and interest to date.
Tags, seals of (1), sig. of W.J., mark of E.T. Parch., Enlish.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/14-15  26 Feb "1703/4"

Contents:
Indenture, marriage settlement in form of lease and release:
(1) William Taylor, as above
(2) Thomas Pynder of Nottingham, framework-knitter and Henry Hall of Fosson, Lincs., yeo.
For 10/- and for settling provision and allowance for Elizabeth wife of (1), (1) to (2)
Messuage and garden belonging in Oxton, 1 close called Wheatley close (4 ac.), Cringlebecks close (4 ac.), 2 arable lands called Poole lands (1 ac.), Poole land in the Netherfield (½ ac.), Sandylane land (½ ac.), Allgate rood (1 ac.), 5 laneside lands (2 ac.), Stubbing green (½ ac.), Scalewong (½ ac.), Lupton goars (2 ac.), the Moreland (½ ac.), Wheathill (½ ac.).
To (2) for use of Elizabeth Taylor and after her death for her heirs. If no heirs 4 sisters of Elizabeth to receive £5 each.
(1) to receive rents etc. for use of Elizabeth and after her death, to receive rents until money has been rasied to pay £5 to 4 sisters.
Tags, seals of (1) and (2), sigs. of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/16  18 Jan 1704/5

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of mortgage:
(1) William Taylor, as above, and William Booth of Southwell, gent.
(2) William Benson of Southwell, clerk
For £60.5s. paid by (2) to William Booth and for £29.15s. paid by (2) to W.T., (1) to (2) Moiety of messuages, lands etc. of W.T. in Oxton formerly mortgaged by him to William Booth (see DD/SK/41/12). For (2) for remainder of 500 years if William Taylor does not repay £90 plus interest on 18 Jan 1705/6.
Sigs., seals of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/41/17  10 Apr 1707

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of William Taylor of Oxton, yeo., leaving house and land to wife Elizabeth and after her death to his son John. Various small bequests. Elizabeth Taylor appointed exor.
Proved at Southwell 21 Nov 1707.
Tag, seal.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/18  10 Apr 1707

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of William Taylor of Oxton, yeo., leaving house and land to wife Elizabeth and after her death to his son John. Various small bequests. Elizabeth Taylor appointed exor.
Proved at Southwell 21 Nov 1707.
Tag, seal.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/19  13 July "1711"

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of mortgage:
(1) William Benson of Rolleston, clerk
(2) John Motteram of Calverton, yeo.
For £92.5s., (1) to (2)
Moiety of messuages, cottages, lands, etc.
In Oxton formerly mortgaged by William Tayler to William Booth (DD/SK/41/12) and assigned by Booth to (1) (DD/SK/41/16) for (2) for residue of 500 years. Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/20  10 Oct 1724

Contents:
Articles of agreement:
(1) John Taylar of Nottingham, butcher
(2) John Clay of Oxton Grange (for Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.)
(1) agrees to convey to H.S. messuage with all arable land, meadow and pasture belonging in Oxton, now in possession of Thomas Greaves, to (2).
(2) covenants to pay (1) £600.
(1) and (2) bound in £500 to observe above covenants.
Sig., seal of (1).
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/21-22  4 & 5 Mar 1724/5

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) John Taylar as above, son and heir of late William Taylor of Oxton, and Sarah his wife
(2) Henry Sherbrooke, as above
For £600, (1) to (2)
Messuage with appurtenances in Oxton in possession of Thomas Greaves and Wheatley close (4 ac.), Cringlebecks close (4 ac.), Forest lane close (4 ac.), and all arable land, meadow and pasture belonging to messuage and all other messuages, lands etc. of (1) in Oxton. For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/23  5 Mar 1724/5

Contents:
Bond:
John Taylar bound in £1,200 to Henry Sherbrooke
Condition:- peaceable enjoyment of premises conveyed by J.T. to H.S. (DD/SK/41/21 & DD/SK/41/22).
Sig. of J.T.
Paper, Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/24  3 Feb 1725 (Morrow of Purif. of B.V. Mary 1725)

Contents:
Final concord, left hand indenture:
Henry Sherbrooke, esq., Thomas Wheat, Thomas Platts: quer
Thomas Platts: quer
John Tayler and wife Sara, Harbottle Wilkinson and wife Elizabeth, William Winfield and wife Maria: deforceants
1 messuage, 1 cottage, 70 ac. arable, 10 ac. meadow, 10 ac. pasture and common pasture in Oxton, Mansfield and Sutton Bonnington.
£100.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/25  5 Mar 1724/5

Contents:
Indenture quadrupartite, assignment of mortgage:
(1) John Motteram of Calverton, yeo.
(2) John Taylor of Nottingham butcher (son and heir of late William Taylor of Oxton)
(3) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(4) Richard Porter of Arnold, gent.
For £134.7s.6d., (1) to (4) at direction of (2) Moiety of messuages, cottages, lands etc. in Oxton. Formerly mortgaged by William Taylor to William Booth (DD/SK/41/12), assigned by Booth to William Benson (DD/SK/41/16) and assigned by Benson to (1) (DD/SK/41/19). (4) to hold lands etc. in trust for use of (3) for remainder of 500 years. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1), (2) and (3) and (4).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/41/26  5 Mar 1725

Contents:
Account for drawing up various deeds for Mr. Sherbrooke for purchase of land from John Taylor. Endorsed with receipt, signed by T.S. Sterropp for £2.17s.8d.

Messuages and land (Oldham, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/42/1-15  1701-1731

[no title]  DD/SK/42/1  11 Oct "1707"

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) John Oldham of Oxton, webster and wife Anne
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £90, (1) to (2)
Messuage with appurtenances and 1 croft adjoining, meadow close (4 ac.), Mill close (2½ ac.), 2 Hobblesmith closes (4 ac.), Honey Nabb close (1 ac.), Graves Hill close in Oxton.
For (2) for 1,000 years at peppercorn rent, if (1) does not repay £94.10s. by 11 Oct 1708. Endorsed with receipt.
Sig. of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/42/2  11 Oct 1707

Contents:
Bond:
John Oldham of Oxton, webster bound in £200 to Robert Sherbrooke.
Condition:- to observe terms of mortgage (DD/SK/42/1)
Sig. of J.O.
Paper, Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/42/3  11 Apr 1712

Contents:
Deed poll, increase of mortgage:
(1) John Oldham of Oxton, webster bound in £200 to Robert Sherbrooke.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke and Richard Porter, gents., exors. of Will of Robert Sherbrooke
(2) to (1) £36 on security of lands as in DD/SK/42/1. Interest at rate of £5 per cent to be paid half yearly.
Sig. or (1).
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/42/4  3 Feb 1708 (Morrow of Purif. 1708)

Contents:
Final concord:
Robert Sherbrooke, esq.: quer
John Blatherwicke and wife Mary, John Oldham and wife Anne and John Greenfield, gent.: deforceants
2 messuages, 20 ac. arable, 20 ac. meadow, 30 ac. pasture and common pasture in Lambley, Calverton, Oxton and Gedling.
£120.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/42/5-6  10 & 11 July 1716

Contents:
Indenture tripartite, lease and release clearing a mortgage:
(1) Richard Porter of Nottingham, gent. one of exors. of Will of Robert Sherbrooke
(2) John Oldham of Oxton, webster, and wife Anne, and son and heir Joseph Oldham
(3) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £152.14s. paid by (3) to (1), (1) to (3) with consent of (2), land in Oxton formerly mortgaged by (1) to Robert Sherbrooke (DD/SK/42/1) For use of (3) for residue of 1,000 years. For £12.13s. paid by (3) to (2), (2) to (3) lands as above, for use of (3) for ever. Endorsed with receipts.
Sigs., seals of (1) and (2).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/42/7  28 Dec 1723

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of John Oldham of Oxton, yeo., leaving property to wife Anne for life and after her death to be divided among his children. Probate dated 17 Feb 1723/4.
Tag, seal.
Parch., Latin, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/42/8  14 May 1725

Contents:
Indenture, release:
(1) Anne Oldham of Oxton, widow
(2) Benjamin Oldham son of (1)
(1) to (2)
Messuage and croft adjoining and arable land and closes etc. in Oxton, late belonging to John Oldham, dec'd., late husband of (1) and left by him in his Will to (1) for her life and then to (2); excepting one parlour, 2 cellars and 2 chambers above, and garden, at west end of messuage, which are to be property of (1) for her life. For use of (2). (2) to pay to (1) yearly rent of £7 during her life, and within 12 months of her death to pay £10 to be divided equally among 3 children of William Doncaster and £20 to Elizabeth Taylor, his sister, as stated in Will of John Oldham.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/42/9-10  13 May 1730

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage in form of lease and release:
(1) Benjamin Oldham of Oxton, yeo. and wife Elizabeth
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £60, (1) to (2)
Messuage, croft and orchard adjoining, Honey-Nabb close, Greaves Hill close, Milln close, Stubbin-Green close, 12 ac. tag, 20 ac. arable, with all appurtenances in Oxton. For use of (2), if (1) does not repay £60 on 13 Nov next. Endorsed with receipt.
Seals, marks of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/42/11-12  2 June 1729 (Morrow of Trinity 1729)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
Henry Sherbrooke, esq.: quer
Benjamin Oldham and wife Elizabeth: deforceants
1 messuage, 1 toft, 1 garden, 1 orchard, 20 ac. arable, 12 ac. meadow, 12 ac. pasture and common pasture in Oxton.
£60.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/42/13-14  27 & 28 July 1731

Contents:
Indentures, lease and release:
(1) Benjamin Oldham and wife Elizabeth, deforceants, and Anne Oldham, widow of John Oldham, yeo. and mother of B.O.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke, esq.: quer
For £72.12s. paid by (2) to B.O. and 5/- paid by (2) to A.O., (1) to (2)
Lands in Oxton as follows:- in the Netherfield, 2 Sanday lane lands, 2 Crab tree lands, 4 Halow close lands; in the Windmill Hill field, 2 lands and a headland on Windmill Hill furlong, 1 land and ½ meer on the Upper Stubbing Green furlong; in the Moorefield, 1 wheat hill land, 3 Middlemore lands, 3 More butts, ½ butt and ½ mere and all lands of BO. in the Upper and Nether Hatfields. For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs. and marks of BO. and E.O., sig, and seal of A.O.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/42/15  15 Oct 1731

Contents:
Bond:
Benjamin Oldham of Oxton, yeo. bound in £60 to Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. and John Blatherwick of Oxton, yeo.
Condition:- to afford peaceable possession of land sold by BO to H.S. and J.B.
Mark, seal of B.O.
Paper, Latin, English.

Messuage, 2 oxgangs (Savile, Watson, Chapman, Sherbrooke  DD/SK/43/1-14  1612-1735

[no title]  DD/SK/43/1  4 Dec 1612

Contents:
Indenture, lease:
(1) William Savile of Oxton, gent.
(2) Symon Watson of Oxton, yeo.
For £26.13s. 5d., (1) to (2)
Messuage in Oxton and 2 oxgangs of land, with all appurtenances, 3 arable lands in Over Hatfield late in occ. of Richard Birche; lands of (1) purchased from William Harstaffe, 1 close in occ. of (2), 3 swaithes meadow in the Neither and 1 butt arable in Netherfield near the Park Gate excepted. All wood growing on lands and right of entry for (1). For use of (2) for 21 years at annual rent of 49s. 4d. and 4 caporns.
Sig., tag of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/43/2  30 Nov 1629

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, with delivery of seisin:
(1) John Savile of Oxton, esq.
(2) John Watson of Oxton, husbandman
For £160, (1) to (2)
Messuage in ten. of (2), 2 oxgangs land, with all appurtenances, in Oxton, and other lands in Oxton as detailed in terrier (DD/SK/43/3.). For use of (2). Held of the Chief Lord of the Fee.
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/43/3  n.d. c.1629

Contents:
Terrier of the lands purchased by John Watson from John Savile (DD/SK/43/2). Strips in open fields.

[no title]  DD/SK/43/4-5  29 & 30 May 1702

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release: (1) John Chapman of Oxton, yeo.
(2) William Watson of Willingor, Lincs, yeo.
For £24, (1) to (2)
6 parcels meadow ground in Upper meadow in Oxton (3 r.). For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, tag, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/43/6  30 May 1702

Contents:
Bond: John Chapman and Richard Chapman both of Oxton, yeos. bound in £48 to William Watson, as above.
Condition: to observe covenant of even date (DD/SK/43/5).
Seals of J.C. and R.C. Sig. of R.C.
Paper, Latin, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/43/7  15 June 1702

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart lease:
(1) William Watson, of Willingor, Lincs, yeo.
(2) Thomas Blatherwick of Oxton, baker (1) to (2)
1 messuage, 1 croft, 1 close in Littlewater furrow, Penney croft, 21 swaithes meadow, 4 Gubbons meadow, with all appurtenances in Oxton. For use of (2) for 12 years commencing 25 March last at annual rent of £10.10s.
Sig., seal of (2).
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/43/8  11 Sept 1727

Contents:
Copy of Will of William Watson of Waddington, Lincs., yeo., leaving houses and lands in Oxton to son William Watson and providing for wife and daughter.
Endorsed: "Prov'd at Lincolne"

[no title]  DD/SK/43/9  26 July 1731

Contents:
Statement signed by William Watson that Henry Sherbrooke is to buy his house and lands in Oxton for £431. Receipt for £1, part payment for lands above, signed by W.W.
Sig. of W.W.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/43/10-11  27 & 28 July 1731

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) William Watson, son and heir of W.W. in DD/SK/43/8; and Mary Watson widow of W.W. in DD/SK/43/8.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £431, (1) to (2)
Messuage and lands in Oxton as follows:- 2 Hatfield closes, Cotteral close, Penny croft close, Waterstone or Lane croft close, Greaves Hill close, 22 swaithes in Town Meadow and 28 ac. arable in Netherfield, Windmill Hill field, Moarefield, Upper Hatfield and Nether Hatfield. For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of W.W., mark, seal of M.W.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/43/12  28 July 1731

Contents:
Bond:
William Watson of Waddington, Lincs., yeo. bound in £1,000 to Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
Condition:- peaceable enjoyment of Lands purchased by H.S. from W.W. (DD/SK/43/11).
Paper, Latin and English.
Sig., seal of W.W.

[no title]  DD/SK/43/13  22 June 1735 (3 weeks Trinity 1735)

Contents:
Final concord, left hand indenture: Henry Sherbrooke, esq. and Ellenor Hutton, spin.: plaintiffs
John Disney, esq., William Watson, Robert Watson, John Milnes and wife Anne and John Redgate and wife Susanna: deforceants
1 messuage, 40 ac. arable, 12 ac. meadow, 20 ac. pasture and common pasture in Oxton, Farnsfield, North Collingham, Calverton, Rectory of Thorney.
£300.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/43/14  15 Oct 1735

Contents:
Receipt for £3.10s. and for £4 signed by Ro. Heron. Received from Henry Sherbrooke at hands of Daniel Cooke (£3.10s.) for share of fine. Received from Daniel Cook £4 for his share in fine and for his purchase deeds.
Paper, English.

20 ac. Land in fields (Walker, Bush, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/44/1-6  1674-1732

[no title]  DD/SK/44/1  22 Jan 1674/5

Contents:
Indenture, quadrupartite, covenant to levy a fine
(1) Robert Walker of Halloughton, yeo. and wife Mary
(2) Robert Bush of Oxton, yeo.
(3) Thomas Walker of Oxton, yeo.
(4) William Walker of Oxton, yeo.
(1) covenants with (2), (3) and (4) to levy a fine for 33 ac. arable, 2 ac. meadow, 8 ac. pasture and common pasture in Oxton. 22 ac. arable, 2 ac. meadow and common pasture for use of (2). 11 ac. arable, 4 ac. pasture and common pasture for use of (3). Messuage, 4 ac. pasture for use of (4).
Tags of (1), (2), (3), (4); seals of M.W., (2) and (4); sigs of R.W., (2), (3) and (4).; mark of M.W.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/44/2  n.d. c. 1674/5

Contents:
Terrier of the lands, meadow and pasture in Oxton bought by Robert Bush from Robert Walker. Strips on open fields.
Sig., seal of R.W.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/44/3  2 Feb 1674/5

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Robert Walker, as above, and Thomas Sherbrooke of Oxton, gent.
(2) Robert Bush, as above
For £150, (1) to (2)
2 oxgangs arable called Brownley oxgangs; 11 swaithes, 8 gubbons meadow in Town Meadow (1½ ac.). For use of (2)
Sigs., tags of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/44/4-5  5 & 6 June 1732

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Thomas Bush of Oxton, yeo. and wife Sarah and his son and heir Robert Bush
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £114, (1) to (2)
20 ac. arable in Oxton in Netherfield, the Moorefield, Nether Hatfield, Upper Hatfield and Windmill Hill field. For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/44/6  6 June 1732

Contents:
Bond:
Thomas Bush of Oxton. yeo. bound in £200 to Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
Condition:- to afford peaceable enjoyment of lands conveyed by T.B. to H.S. (DD/SK/44/4 & 5).
Sig, seal of T.B.
Paper, Latin and English.

Exchange of land in Windmill field (Little, Jackson, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/45/1-3  1732-1739

[no title]  DD/SK/45/1  14 Apr 1732

Contents:
Copy Court Roll:
Prebendary of Oxton Netherhall.
Court Baron: Rev. Hollis Pigot and others.
Steward: J. Benj. Clay
William Hather and wife Susanna, surrendered William Jackson, admitted.
3 little butts in Oxton.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/45/2  5 May 1732

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) John Little of Oxton, blacksmith
(2) William Jackson of Oxton, carpenter
For £3.3.0d.
2 selions arable land in Windmill Hill Field, called the Brickhill Butts (1 r.) in Oxton.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/45/3  31 Jan 1738/9

Contents:
Indenture, deed of exchange:
(1) William Jackson, of Oxton, carpenter
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(1) to (2)
2 r. 20 p. land - 3 Town End butts, 1 Brickhill butt, 1 Forebutt, all in Oxton. For use of (2). (2) to (1) 9 butts (2a.20p.) called Town End butts in occ. of (1) in Oxton. For use of (1).
Sig. and seal of (1).
Parch., English.

Land, exchange (Blatherwick and Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/46/1  1741

[no title]  DD/SK/46/1  2 Feb 1740/1

Contents:
Deed poll, Deed of exchange:
(1) John Blatherwick of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(1) to (2)
3 lands, 1 land and a gore in Upper Hatfield, 2 lands in Nether Hatfield, 3 lands in Netherfield in Oxton. For use of (2), (2) to (1). 8 lands in Upper Hatfield, Oxton.
Mark, seal of (1).
Paper, English.

Exchange of land in Upper Hatfield (Oldham, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/47/1  1743

[no title]  DD/SK/47/1  17 Jan 1742/3

Contents:
Indenture, deed of exchange:
(1) Joseph Oldham of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(1) to (2)
2 ac. 2 r. in Oxton - 1 land in Upper Hatfield, 1 land in Moorfield, 2 lands in Netherfield, 2 lands in Netherfield called Penny croft lands. For use of (2).
(2) to (1), 2 ac. 2 r. 32 p. land in Oxton - 2 lands in a close in Upper Hatfield, 1 piece inclosed from Upper Hatfield, (1 r. 20 p.) in Upper Hatfield, (2r.) in Windmill Hill field, 1 land and ½ meer in Windmill Hill field, 1 land in Moorefield. For use of (1).
Mark, seal of (1).
Parch., English.

2 ac. in fields (Harrison, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/48/1-5  1724-1754

[no title]  DD/SK/48/1-2  18 & 19 Feb 1754

Contents:
Indentures: Lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Elizabeth Harriwson, widow and Joseph Sherbrooke Harrison, baker (son and heir of E.H.) both of Nottingham
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £21, (1) to (2)
2 ac. arable land in Oxton as follows:-
2 lands in the Neatherfield, 1 land in the Upper Hatfield, 2 lands and ½ a mear in the Windmill Hill field, 2 coney-butts in the Moorfield.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Seals of (1). Sig. of J.S.H., mark of E.H. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/48/3  n.d. c. 1754

Contents:
Draft for lease and release above 2 ac. arable in Oxton bought by Henry Sherbrooke from Elizabeth Harrison and Joseph Sherbrooke Harrison.

[no title]  DD/SK/48/4  14 Apr 1724

Contents:
Survey of lands of John Harrison belonging to his nether house. Surveyed by John Darley.
Total acreage 2 ac. or. 27 p.
Sig. of J.D.

[no title]  DD/SK/48/5  19 Feb 1754

Contents:
Letter from George Dakeyne at Nottingham to HenrySherbrooke, esq. at Oxton, drawing up of conveyance for purchase of lands from Harrison (see DD/SK/48/1-2 above)
Sig. of J.D.

Land, exchange (Burgess, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/49/1  1753

[no title]  DD/SK/49/1  19 Dec 1753

Contents:
Indenture, deed of exchange:
1. Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
2. Joseph Burgess of Oxton, yeo.
(1) to (2)
Inclosed land in Upperhatfield (2 ac. 28 p.) in Oxton.
For use of (2), (2) to (1), 2 lands in Nether Hatfield (1 ac. 2 r. 36 p.) and 1 r. 32 p.
For use of (1).
Sig., seal of (2).
Parch.

Land, exchange (Weightman, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/50/1  1754

[no title]  DD/SK/50/1  18 Feb 1754

Contents:
Indenture, Deed of exchange:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(2) George Weightman of Oxton, yeo.
For 5/-, (1) to (2)
4 lands in the Upper Hatfield (1 ac. 3 r.) in Oxton.
For use of (2). For 5/- (2) to (1), 1 land in Upper Hatfield on the Nether furlong (2 r.), 1
Stump Oak land (1 r.), 1 land (3 r).
For use of (1).
Seal, mark of (2).
Parch.

Cottages, exchange (Richardson, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/51/1  1770

[no title]  DD/SK/51/1  6 Mar 1770

Contents:
Indenture, Deed of exchange:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(2) John Richardson of Oxton, husbandman
(1) to (2)
Cottage with yard, garden and croft adjoining in Oxton, in ten. of John Corby. For use of (2). (2) to (1) cottage with yard, garden and croft adjoining in Oxton, in occ, of (2). For use of (1).
Sigs, seals of (1) and (2).
Parch.

Land (Marshall, Hather, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/52/1-2  1784

[no title]  DD/SK/52/1-2  28 & 29 Sept 1784

Contents:
Indenture tripartite, lease and release:
(1) Thomas Marshall of Clumber Park, Worksop, yeo.
(2) Robert Hather of Oxton, yeo.
(3) Margaret Sherbrooke of Oxton, widow
For £129.4s. paid by (3) to (2) and 10/- paid by (3) to (1), (1) and (2) to (3)
Robin Wood Hill Wood (1 ac. 3 r. 26 p.), Wood close (2 ac. 1 r. 23 p.), with all appurtenances in Oxton. For use of (3), in trust as other lands which (3) inherited from Henry Sherbrooke, her father. Land part of lands formerly mortgaged by (2) to (1) on 21 and 22 Nov 1782 for £200 and not redeemed. Remainder of lands now property of (1) as security for £200 and interest, which has still to be repaid. Endorsed with receipt for £129.4s. signed by (2).
Sigs., seals of (1) and (2).
Parch.

Land (Richardson, Lowe)  DD/SK/53/1  1788

[no title]  DD/SK/53/1  18 Apr "1788"

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Samuel Richardson of Oxton, farmer
(2) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq.
For £14.14s., (1) to (2)
Close in Blidworth (2 ac. 1 r.), now in occ. of (1).
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch.

Land (Blatherwick, Lowe)  DD/SK/54/1-2  1789 - 1795

[no title]  DD/SK/54/1  28 Jan "1789"

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Thomas Blatherwick of Oxton, farmer and William Weightman of Oxton, farmer
(2) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq.
For £20, (1) to (2)
Close in Blidworth at Old Baulker (2½ ac.) in occ. of (2). For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/54/2  8 Aug 1795

Contents:
Deed poll, lease:
(1) Thomas Blatherwick of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Robert Lowe, of Oxton, esq.
(1) to (2)
Screed of land (28 ft. x 7 ft.) adjoining dwelling house of (2). For use of (2) for the time he and his family dwell in house in Oxton at yearly rent of 1s.
Sigs, seals of (1) and (2).
Paper.

"Harvey's farm" (Hearson, Harvey, Blatherwick, Wilson and Nicholson)  DD/SK/55/1-7  1769 - 1785

[no title]  DD/SK/55/1-2  17 & 18 Feb 1769

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Thomas Hearson of Oxton, farmer
(2) William Harvey of Oxton, staymaker
For £83.11s. (1) to (2)
3 ac. 3 r. of arable lands in the Moorfield, in the Windmill field and in the Neather field in Oxton. For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/55/3-4  9 & 10 Mar "1778"

Contents:
Indentures: lease for 1 year and release:
(1) William Harvey of Oxton, stakmaker
(2) John Harvey, the elder, of Oxton, farmer
For £83.11s., (1) to (2)
3 ac. 3 r. arable land in the Moorfield, in the Windmill field and in the Neatherfield in Oxton. For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/55/5  3 May 1783

Contents:
Copy of Will of John Harvey leaving arable lands in the Netherfield, the Windmill field and the Moorfield, Oxton, in trust to Thomas Blatherwick and Samuel Hainsworth who are to sell them and divide the money equally between J.H.'s children. Proved 1 May 1784.

[no title]  DD/SK/55/6-7  25 & 26 Mar 1785

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Thomas Blatherwick and Samuel Heansworth, both of Oxton, farmers
(2) John Harvey (oldest son and heir of John Harvey, dec'd.), Matthew Harvey, both farmers, and James Harvey, yeo. all of Oxton; William Harvey of Rampton, shop-keeper; William Cottingham, shop-keeper, and wife Hannay and George Lawson, gardener, and wife Martha, all of Oxton. All being children of John Harvey late of Oxton dec'd.
(3) James Wilson and John Nicholson of Blidworth, farmers
For £71.16s. paid by (3) to (1) to be divided among (2) in accordance with terms of Will of John Harvey (see DD/SK/55/5) and for 10/- paid by (3) to (1), (1) to (3) at direction of (2), arable land in the Moorfield, in the Nether field, in the Windmill field in Oxton (3 ac. 3 r.). To (3) for use of Samuel Heansworth and wife Mary during their lives and then for use of their heirs for ever.
Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1) and (2).
Parch.

Messuage, closes and land (Oldham, Elliott, Lowe)  DD/SK/56/1-22  1723 - 1832

[no title]  DD/SK/56/1-2  25 & 26 Feb 1723/4

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Ann Ouldham of Oxton, widow
(2) Joseph Ouldham of Oxton, son of (1)
(1) to (2)
Arable lands, meadow and pasture in Oxton in the Netherfield, in the Nether Hatfield, in the Upper Hatfield, in the Moorfield. For use of (2).
Sig., seal of (1).

[no title or date]  DD/SK/56/3-4

Contents:
Copy of lease and release overleaf dated 7 June 1755

[no title]  DD/SK/56/5-6  24 & 25 July 1752

Contents:
Indenture, tripartite, Marriage settlement, in form of lease and release:
(1) Joseph Ouldham of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Elizabeth Frances of Lenton, widow
(3) Joshua Reckless of Mansfield, flax-dresser, Job Booth of Nottingham, wheel-wright
For 5/- paid by (3) to (1), messuage of (1) in Oxton with croft adjoining (1 ley 1r.), Hatfield close (1 ac.), 5 arable lands in Moorfield (5 r.). To (3) for use of (1) until marriage of (1) and (2) then for use of (1) and (2) for their lives and then for their heirs.
Mark, seal of (1), sig. and seal of (2).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/56/7  21 Aug 1752

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) Joseph Oldham, of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £25, (1) to (2)
Sturly or Strelley close (3 ac.), arable lands in the Windmill Hill field, the Nether field and the Netherhatfield and all messuages of (1) in Oxton. For use of (2) for 1,000 years at peppercorn rent, if (1) does not repay mortgage plus interest by 21 Feb next ensuing.
Endorsed with receipt for £25.
Mark, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/56/8-9  4 & 5 June 1755

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Joseph Oldham, of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Thomas Elliott of Nottingham, gent.
For £51.1s., (1) to (2).
Strelly close (3 ac.) in Oxton, with all appurtenances. For use of (2). Close mortgaged with other lands to Henry Sherbrook, dec'd. Mortgage to be assigned to (2) by trustees of H.S.
Endorsed with receipt for £51.1.
Mark, seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/56/10  6 June 1755

Contents:
Indenture, quadrupartite, assignment of mortgage:
(1) Margaret Sherbrooke, the younger, Sarah Sherbrooke, both of Oxton, spinsters, Henry Porter of Arnold, esq. William Cock of Mansfield, gent.
(2) William Elliott of Nottingham, gent.
(3) Thomas Ellliott of Nottingham, gent.
(4) Joseph Oldham of Oxton, yeo.
For £27.14s.9d. paid by (3) to (1) with consent of (4) and 5s. paid by (2) to (1) with consent of (4), (1) to (2) with consent of (4), in trust for (3).
Strelly close in Oxton, in trust for (3). Residue of land mortgaged, in trust for (4).
Mark, seal of (4), sigs, seals of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/56/11  7 June 1755

Contents:
Deed poll, covenant:
(1) Thomas Elliott of Nottingham, gent.
(2) Joseph Oldham of Oxton, yeo.
(1) covenants with (2) that he will not plough up or out down the grass in Strelly close in Oxton which (2) leased to (1) on 25 Mar for 4 years at annual rent of £2.2s.
Mark of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/56/12  25 Jan 1757

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 21 years:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq. and wife Sarah, daughter of Henry Sherbrooke, dec'd.
(2) James Huthwaite of Nottingham, gent.
(1) to (2)
Manors and messuages of (1) in Arnold, with all appurtenances.
For use of (2) for 21 years at annual rent of £309.1s.6d.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/56/13-14  1 & 2 Apr 1757

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Godfrey Elliott of Nottingham, hosier, brother and heir at law of Thomas Elliott, dec'd.
(2) William Elliott of Nottingham, gent. brother of (1)
For 10/-, (1) to (2)
Strelley close in Oxton (3ac.) formerly bought by Thomas Elliott from Joseph Oldham, (2) supplying money. For use of (2).
Sig, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/56/15-16  17 & 18 Nov 1761

Contents:
Indenture, tripartite, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Joseph Oldham of Oxton, yeo. and wife Elizabeth
(2) William Elliott, of Nottingham, gent. brother of (1)
(3) Samuel Stephenson of Nottingham, gent.
For £160 paid by (2) to (1), (1) to (2)
Messuage with gardens, orchard, croft adjoining in occ. of (1), 1 ley to north of croft and arable land, meadow and pasture in the Moorfield, in the Netherfield and in the Windmill Hill field in Oxton.
For use of (2). (1) covenants with (3) to levy a fine. Endorsed with receipt.
Seals of (1) and (2), mark of J.O., sigs. of E.O. and S.S.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/56/17  18 Nov 1761

Contents:
Copy of release above.

[no title]  DD/SK/56/18-19  2 & 3 Feb 1792

Contents:
Indenture, tripartite, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) William Elliott, of Nottingham, gent. brother of (1)
(2) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq.
(3) Samuel Turner of Nottingham, gent.
For £225 paid by (2) to (1), 10/- paid by (3) to (1), (1) to (2)
Messuage with garden, orchard, with croft adjoining, in occ. of ? Jackson, Strelly close (3 ac.), 1 ley to north of croft and arable land, meadow and pasture in the Moorfield, in the Netherfield and in Windmill Hill field in Oxton.
For use of (2) and (3) and heirs of (2), in trust for (3). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (2).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/56/20  3 Feb 1792

Contents:
Copy of above release.

[no title]  DD/SK/56/21  1723 - 1792

Contents:
Schedule of deeds relating to lands in Oxton. Quoting 12 deeds.

[no title]  DD/SK/56/22  13 June 1832

Contents:
Indenture, grant of rent:
(1) Robert Rodgers of Sheffield, Yorks, gent.
(2) Ann Sherbrooke of Oxton, widow
For £11.10s. (1) to (2), annual rent of 10/- payable from lands, lately belonging to William Sherbrooke dec'd., in Oxton.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch.

Messuage, etc. (Lowe, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/57/1-2  1792

[no title]  DD/SK/57/1-2  13 & 14 Apr 1792

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq., and Samuel Turner of Nottingham., gent., trustee of R.L.
(2) William Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £155 paid by (2) to R.L. and 10/- paid by (2) to S.T., (1) to (2)
Messuage with garden, croft and appurtenances in Oxton and 1 ley to north of croft, with all appurtenances.
For use of (2).
Schedule of earlier deeds, affecting messuage at foot (see also DD/SK/56/21)
Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1).
Parch.

2 cottages (Jackson, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/58/1-2  1793

[no title]  DD/SK/58/1-2  11 & 12 Jan 1793

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Roger Jackson of Oxton, yeo.
(2) William Sherbrooke, of Arnold, esq.
For £200, (1) to (2)
Old cottage with yard and garden adjoining inocc. of John Cooper, new cottage with yard and garden adjoining, in occ. of William Jackson, with all appurtenances, in Oxton.
For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, seal of (1).
Parch.

Quaker Meeting House (Sherbrooke, Trustees)  DD/SK/59/1-6  1699 - 1799

[no title]  DD/SK/59/1-2  7 & 8 Apr 1699

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Robert Sherbrooke, as above
(2) Richard Roe of Eperstone, clockmaker
Jonathan Reckless, snr., milliner, John Johnson, snr., wheelwright, Samuel Hunt, snr., jersey comber, Benjamin Reckless, snr., maltster, Francis Hodson, glover, William Thompson, school-master; all of Nottingham. Trustees for Quakers.
For £10, (1) to (2)
Long croft in Oxton, with house recently built there, known as the Meeting House.
To (2) for use of Quakers for their meetings and ground for use as a grave-yard. When trustees reduced by death to four, then survivors to convey house and ground to such people as they may nominate. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1) and (2).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/59/3-4  31 Aug and 1 Sept 1748

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) William Thompson of Nottingham, tobacconist, brother and heir at law of Adam Thompson, dec'd. who was eldest son and heir at law of William Thompson dec'd.
(2) Joshua Reckless, flax-dresser, William Marriott, tallow-chandler, Richard Marriott, maltster, all of Mansfield; John Leaver, grazier, Richard Harrison, hosier, Francis Hart, grocer, all of Nottingham. Trustees for Quakers.
In pursuance of agreement contained in lease of 7 & 8 Apr 1699, and for 10/, (1) to (2). Meeting House and grave-yard adjoining in Oxton. To (2) for use of Quakers for their meetings, when trustees reduced to three, survivors are to appoint at least six trustees and convey house and ground to them.
Sigs., seals of (1) and (2).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/59/5-6  26 & 27 Dec 1799

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Francis Hart, gent., David Johnson, gent., William Fox, grocer, all of Nottingham; George Ellis, flax-dresser, Richard Leaver, gent., all of Mansfield; Joseph Storrs of Chesterfield, Derbs., merchant; David gent of Broomhouse, Carlton, farmer; Trustees for Quakers.
(2) William Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £50, (1) to (2)
Building used by Quakers as a Meeting House, and ground on which it stands, formerly called the grave-yard, in Oxton.
For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1).
Parch.

Cottage and Land (Singleton, Trueman, Somers, Thick, Lowe  DD/SK/60/1-34  1711-1840

[no title]  DD/SK/60/1  5 Oct 1711

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebendary of Oxton Overhall
3. Court Baron: Elizabeth Tyson
4. Steward: J. Chappell
5. Mary Singleton, dec'd., surrendered
6. Elizabeth Singleton, widow, youngest daughter of M.S., admitted.
7. Messuage, cottage, lands etc. in Oxton.
8. 3/- fine.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/2  1 July 1720

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebendary of Oxton Overhall
3. Court Baron: George Pickett and others
4. Steward: J. Chappell
5. Elizabeth Singleton, spin., surrendered
6. Jonathan Thrueman, gent., admitted
7. Messuage, cottage, lands etc. in Oxton.
8. 3/- fine.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/3-4  15 & 16 Mar 1722/3

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Mary Singleton of Nottingham, spin., one of sisters and co-heirs of John Singleton, son of Edward Singleton, late of Oxton
(2) Jonathan Truman of Milnhay, Derbs., gent., uncle of (1)
For settling moiety of cottages, dischargeing several debts for (1) and for 25/-, (1) to (2)
Moiety of 2 cottages in Oxton, with homestead and close belonging, 4 ac. land with all appurtenances, now in occ. of Nathaniell Simpson, and Matthew Barrowcliffe. To (2) for use of (1) during her life and then for use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/5  19 Apr 1723

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebendary of Oxton Overhall
3. Court Baron: George Prickett and others
4. Steward: J. Chappell
5. Barlow Summers and wife Elizabeth, surrendered
6. Jonathan Truman, admitted
7. Messuage, cottage, land etc.
8. 3/1d. fine
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/6-7  26 & 27 Apr 1723

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Barlow Sommers of Nottingham, frame-work knitted and wife Elizabeth, one of sisters and co-heirs of John Singleton, son of Edward Singleton of Oxton dec'd.
(2) Jonathan Truman, the younger, of Nottingham, gent.
For £100, (1) to (2)
Moiety of 2 cottages in Oxton and homestead and close belonging, Strawberry close, 10 ac. land in fields of Oxton. All now in occ. of William Hayther and Matthew Barrowcliffe, late of inheritance of Edward Singleton, late father of Elizabeth Sommers. For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt for £50 in part payment.
Sigs., seals of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/8  27 Apr 1723

Contents:
Bond:
Barlow Sommers of Nottingham as above bound in £200 to Jonathan Truman, the younger, of Nottingham, gent.
Condition:- to observe covenant of even date (DD/SK/60/6 & 7 above).
Sig., seal of B.S.
Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/9  10 June 1723 (Morrow of Trin. 1723)

Contents:
Final concord, right hand indenture: Jonathan Truman, jnr. and Marmaduke Atkin: quer
Barlow Sommers and wife Elizabeth, Mary Singleton, spin, and Elizabeth Jackson, widow: deforceants
3 cottages, 1 toft, 200 ac. arable, 10 ac. meadow, 10 ac. pasture and common pasture in Oxton and Stapleford.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/10  7 Apr 1738

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebendary of Oxton Overhall
3. Court Baron: George Prickett and others
4. Steward: William Seagrave
5. Jonathan Truman, gent. surrendered. To the use of his will and in default to use of heirs of J.T.
6.
7. Messuages, cottages, lands etc. in Oxton.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/11-12  26 & 27 Feb 1741/1742

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Jonathan Truman of Eastwood, gent.
(2) Jonathan Truman of Nottingham, gent., kinsman of (1)
For 10/-, (1) to (2)
Moiety of 2 cottages in Oxton, homestead and close belonging and 4 ac. land now in ten. of John Shepheard and John Blatherwick.
For use of (2).
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/13  25 Sept 1780

Contents:
Copy of Will of Jonathan Truman proved at York 6 December 1780, leaving majority of property in Nottingham and Oxton to his wife Elizabeth, with various provisos and other bequests.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/14  25 Sept 1780

Contents:
Extract dated 23 May 1812, from Will of Jonathan Truman. Leaving property in Oxton to wife Elizabeth and at her death to Richard Milford and Samuel Smith in trust for Elizabeth Thick, great-niece of J.T.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/15  10 Mar 1792

Contents:
Deed poll, articles of agreement
(1) William Thick of Decker Staff., near Portland Chapel, Middlesex, miniature painter, and wife Elizabeth, devisee of Will of Jonathan Truman, late of Nottingham dec'd.
(2) Samuel Turner of Nottingham gent. for and on behalf of Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq.
For £600 (1) agrees to convey to (2)
2 cottages with appurtenances in Oxton, homestead and close belonging, 4 ac. land, several closes in Blidworth, Farnsfield, Calverton (29ac. 3 r. 28 p.) all lately the estate of Jonathan Truman.
Seals of (1), sig. of W.T.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/16-17  19 May 1792; Endorsed: 2 Nov 1792

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) William Thick of Duke Staff., near Portland Chapel, Middlesex, miniature painter, and wife Elizabeth
(2) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq., Richard Becher of Southwell, gent., trustee for Robert Lowe
(3) James Houson of Lincolns Inn, esq., Peter Whitwood of Burlington Staff., Middlesex, dentist.
For £600 paid by R.L. to (1) and 10/- paid by R.B. to (1), (1) to (2)
Public house called "The Sign of the Plough" with yard, garden and homestead belonging (1 a. 3 r.); cottage in Oxton with garden and appurtenances (16 p.); Hatfield close (4a. 1 r.); Strawberry close (7 a.); arable land in the Moor field, in the Windmill Field and in the Nether Field; close in Blidworth (4 a. 1r 13p.); close in Farnsfield (2 a.), piece of land in Calverton (1r. 30p.).
To (2) for use of (3) for next 1,000 years with certain conditions as expressed in an Indenture of even date. On expiration of term or other sooner determination, for use of (2). (1) covenants with (2) to levy a fine and to surrender premises into hands of Lord of Manor at next meeting of court.
Endorsed with receipt for £600.
Endorsed with surrender by (3) to (2) of above, dated 2 Nov 1792.
Seals of (1), (2) & (3), sigs. of (3).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/18-19  19 May 1792

Contents:
Indenture, tripartite, delcaration of trust in form of lease and release:
(1) Robert Lowe
(2) William Thick
(3) James Houson and Peter Whitewood
Reciting lease and release of even date (DD/SK/60/16 & 17 above) and that Elizabeth Thick, wife of W.T., by power granted under Will of Jonathan Truman (DD/SK/60/13) has appointed cottages, tenements and lands in Oxton, after her death in trust for 2 children - Elizabeth aged 15 and Charlotte aged 6. £500 of £600 purchase money paid by R.L. for property, to be retained in hands of R.L. and secured by mortgage for 1000 years to (3), upon trusts declared below. If R.L. repays mortgage and interest by 19 Nov next, agreement to be void.
Declaration of trust on the term of 1000 years created on the property bought by (1) from (2) for indemnifying (1) against claims of children of Elizabeth and William Thick.
Endorsed 2 Nov 1792. R.L. repaid mortgage of £500. Money then lent by (3) to (1) as security of property in Charles Street, Staff. Pancras, Middlesex, on same conditions as above. Executed at request of (1).
Endorsed 23 Mar 1799. Whereas Elizabeth daughter of (2) was 21 on 22 Feb last and at her request and that of (1), (2) and (3), had assigned all leasehold premises etc. in Oxton to (2), her father. Elizabeth, daughter of (2) in consequence of above assignment and for 1/- paid by R.L. and Richard Becher grants to R.L. and Richard Becher grants to R.L. and R.B. cottages etc. in Oxton, purchase by R.L. from (2). For use of R.L. and R.B. after death of Elizabeth Thick, wife of (2). Also (3) to (2) claim to above premises in Oxton for remainder of 1000 years.
(DD/SK/60/19 has first endorsement only).
Sigs., seals of (1), (2) and (3).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/20-21  18 May 1792; (Morrow of the Ascension 1792)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures: Robert Lowe: plaintiff
William Thick and wife Elizabeth: deforceants
1 messuage, 2 cottages, 20 ac. arable, 20 ac. meadow, 20 ac. pasture and common passture in Oxton Overhall, Blidworth, Farnsfield and Calverton.
£100.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/22  30 Mar 1812

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebendary of Oxton Overhall
3. Court Baron: Everilda Mercier
4. Steward: Caractacus d'Aubigney Shilton
5. Robert Lowe of Southwell, esq. surrendered
6. Edward Chapman of Oxton, farmer, admitted
7. Messuage adjoining Town Street, Oxton, with stable, outhouses, yard and croft belonging.
8. 3s. 1d. fine.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/23  30 Mar 1812

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Overhall
3. Court Baron: Everilda Mercier
4. Steward: Caractacus d'Audbigney Shilton
5. Edward Chapman of Oxton, farmer, surrendered
6. -
7. Messuage, adjoining Town Staff., Oxton, with stable, outhouses, yard and croft belonging.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/24  19 Nov 1813

Contents:
Indenture, covenant:
(1) Robert Lowe of Southwell, esq.
(2) Edward Chapman of Oxton, farmer
(1) covenants to (2) to produce deeds etc. affecting messuage adjoining Town Street, Oxton, with stables, outhouses, yard and croft belonging, as detailed in schedule written below.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/25  1835

Contents:
Fourteen letters to Rev. Robert Lowe at Bingham concerning his title to cottages and lands at Oxton:
Five letters from P.R. Falkner
Two letters from John Fox
Two letters from George Rawson
Three letters from Mr. Grant
One letter from Abel Smith
One letter from Thomas Allan

[no title]  DD/SK/60/26  1720-94

Contents:
Five extracts from the court roll of the Manor of Oxton Overhall, concerning messuages, cottages, lands etc. in Oxton, once property of Elizabeth Singleton.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/27  16 Sept 1835

Contents:
Copy of the case between Elizabeth Thick and Robert Lowe, concerning title to messuage and about 30 ac. land in Oxton, once the property of Jonathan Truman, great uncle of Elizabeth Thick. With the opinion of John Hodgson, Lincolns Inn.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/28a - b  n.d. c. 1840

Contents:
Abstracts of the title of the devisees for sale under the Will of Edward Chapman to a messuage, croft and land etc. at Oxton.
a. quoting documents from 18 May 1792 to Nov 1792 (DD/SK/60/16 & 17)
b. quoting documents dated 19 May 1792 and endorsed 2 Nov 1792 and 23 Mar 1799 (DD/SK/60/18 & 19).

[no title]  DD/SK/60/29  n.d. c. 1840

Contents:
Abstract of title of the devisees of the late Edward Chapman to premises at Oxton, copyhold of the manor of Oxton Overhall.
Quoting extracts from court roll, 4 deeds and Will of Edward Chapman.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/30-31  30 & 31 July 1840

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Abel Smith of Berkeley Square, Middx., esq.
(2) Elizabeth Thick and Charlotte Thick both of Duke Staff., Portland Place, Mdx., spins. daughters and only children of William Thick, late of Duke Staff., portrait painter, dec'd. and wife Elizabeth dec'd., great niece and heir of Jonathan Trueman dec'd.
(3) Rev. Robert Lowe of Bingham, clerk, eldest son and heir at law of Robert Lowe, late of Oxton dec'd.
(4) Thomas Dalton of Oxton, yeo.
(5) Roger Dalton of Oxton, butcher
(6) Mary Watson of Southwell, spin.
(7) Philip Richard Falkner of Newark, gent.
In consideration of annuities of £50 which (3) had given to both Elizabeth and Charlotte Thick and for 10/- paid by (7) to (1), to E.T. and C.T., (1) at request and direction of (2), and (2) to (7), freehold premises and pieces of land in Oxton, part of property sold and released by William Thick and wife Elizabeth, parents of (2), to Robert Lowe, father of (3). To (7) for use of Robert Lowe piece of land in Blidworth, now a plantation, and piece of land in Farnsfied, also a plantation (2ac.16 p.). To (7) for use of (6) 20 p. land in Oxton abutting the highway leading from Oxton to Mansfield. Both lands in trust as terms in indentures of 14 Mar 1834. (see also DD/SK/60/16-19,27).
Seals of (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (7)., sigs. of (2) and (3) and of Thomas Dear for (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/32-33  30 & 31 July 1840

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release and covenant:
(1) Abel Smith, of Berkeley Square, Middx., esq.
(2) Henry Smith of Wilford, esq., youngest son and heir of Samuel Smith dec'd.
(3) Charlotte and Elizabeth Thick, both as above
(4) Rev. Robert Lowe, of Bingham, clerk
(5) Robert Lowe, the son and William Wylde of Southwell - devisees in trust for Will of William Sherbrooke
In consideration of two annuities of £50 which (4) had given (3) and for 10/- paid by (5) to (1), to E.T. and C.T., (1) at request and direction of (3), and (3) to (5)
Hatfield close (4 ac.1r.) Strawberry close (7 ac.), and lands in the Moorfield, in the Windmill field and in the Netherfield in Oxton.
For use of (5) in trust.
(3) covenant with (5) that (2) shall be admitted tenant and will surrender to Manor of Prebend of Oxton Overhall copyhold land, so that Lord or Lady of Manor may regrant it to (5), under conditions expressed in Will of William Sherbrooke.
Sigs. of (2), (3), (4) and of Thomas Dear for (1), seals of 1,2,3,4,5,.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/60/34  31 July 1840

Contents:
Indenture, covenant:
(1) Elizabeth and Charlotte Thick, as overleaf
(2) Henry Smith, as overleaf, surviving trustee of Will of Jonathan Truemen.
(3) Rev. Robert Lowe, as overleaf
(4) William Wylde of Southwell, esq.
(5) Mary Chapman of Oxton, spin.
In consideration of 2 annuities of £50 which (3) had given to (1), (1) with consent of (2) covenant and agree with (3) and also with (4) & (5), that (2) shall be admitted tenant and will surrender to Manor of Prebend of Oxton Overhall copyhold land in Oxton, which shall be regranted to (4). Similarly 3 copyhold cottages in Oxton shall be surrendered and granted to (5).
Sigs. of (1),(2),(3), seals of (1),(2),(3),(4),(5).
Parch.

Hanging Greaves Close (Brandreth, etc., Hand, Bonman, Sherbrooke  DD/SK/61/1-10  1701-1800

[no title]  DD/SK/61/1  1 May 1701

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Thomas Walker of Oxton, yeo. and George Hackett of Oxton, yeo. and wife Mary
(2) George Boote of Kirkby, bricklayer
For £80, (1) to (2)
Hinging Greaves close and Brackenny Greaves close (7 ac. 3 r. 10 p.) in Oxton.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/61/2  14 Apr 1720

Contents:
Copy of Will of George Boot of Kirkby, mason, leaving his property and lands in Oxton to wife Ann and after her death to daughter Elizabeth.

[no title]  DD/SK/61/3-4  5 & 6 Apr 1756

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Jonathan Brandreth of Sutton-in-Ashfield, framework-knitter and James Cook of Budby, Edwinstowe, farmer, and wife Elizabeth; Thomas Gregory of Annesley, farmer, and wife Ann; Hannah Brandreth of Sutton-in-Ashfield, spin.
(2) Samuel Hand of Oxton, farmer.
For £142.19s., (1) to (2).
Hanging Greaves Close (7a.3r.5p.) in Oxton.
For use of (2). (1) covenant to levy a fine.
Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs. of J.B.,J.C., T.G., marks of E.C., A.G., H.B.,
Seals of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/61/5-6  3 Nov 1756 (Morrow of All Souls 1756)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
Samuel Hand: plaintiff
Joseph Shaw and wife Ann, James Cook and wife Elizabeth, Thomas Gregory and wife Ann: deforceants
1 messuage, 1 cottage, 14 ac. arable, 6 ac. meadow, 6 ac. pasture in Mansfield and Oxton.
£60.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/61/7  3 Feb. 1775; pr. 2 Jan 1776

Contents:
Will and probate of Samuel Hand of Oxton, farmer, leaving £100 and Hanging Graves close to daughter Elizabeth Bowman for life and after her death to her son Samuel; other bequests to other children and grandchildren.
Tag., seal.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/61/8  n.d. c. 1800

Contents:
Abstract of the title of Elizabeth Bowman and son Samuel to Hanging Graves close in Oxton. Quoting 5 deeds, DD/SK/61/1-7.

[no title]  DD/SK/61/9-10  19 & 20 Dec 1800

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Elizabeth Bowman of Oxton, widow of William Bowman, devisee of Will of Samuel Hand, her late father.
(2) Samuel Bowman, of Oxton, yeo., (son of (1))
(3) William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £300 paid by (3) to (1) and (2), (1) and (2) to (3)
Hanging Greaves close (7 ac. 3 r. 5 p.) in Oxton.
For use of (3). Endorsed with receipt.
Mark of (1), sig. of (2)., seals of (1) & (2).
Parch.

Messuage (Hackett and Walker, Weightman, Sherbrooke  DD/SK/62/1-9  1701-1802

[no title]  DD/SK/62/1  5 May 1701

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of Seisin:
(1) Thomas Walker of Oxton, yeo. and George Hackett of Oxton, yeo. and wife Mary
(2) William Wightman of Oxton, wheel-wright
For £83, (1) to (2)
1 messuage in occ. of (2), croft adjoining and arable land in Windmillfield, the Moorefield, Nether Hatfield and the Netherfield.
For use of (2). Held of the Chief Lord of the Fee. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/62/2  15 Dec 1730; Copy Will dated: 29 Nov 1800

Contents:
Copy of Will of William Weightman of Oxton, wheel-wright, leaving house to wife for life and all his messuages, lands etc. in Oxton to his two sons John and George and various other bequests.

[no title]  DD/SK/62/3  12 Oct 1747

Contents:
Copy of Will of John Weightman, leaving, messuage, dwelling house etc. in Oxton to wife Hannah and after her death to heir heirs.
Copy dated 29 Nov 1800.

[no title]  DD/SK/62/4  17 Sept 1800; pr. 26 Nov 1800

Contents:
Copy of Will of William Weightman leaving various sums of money to his children Samuel, Elizabeth, Mary and Sarah. All the rest of his property and goods to his son Robert.

[no title]  DD/SK/62/5  n.d. c. 1801

Contents:
Abstract of Robert Weightman's title to a messuage and premises in Oxton, quoting DD/SK/62/1-4.

[no title]  DD/SK/62/6  25 May 1801

Contents:
Agreement:
(1) Robert Whiteman of Oxton
(2) William Sherbrooke, esq.
(1) agrees to sell (2)
Messuage and outbuildings etc. in Oxton bounded by Town Street of Oxton, for £525 on or before 5 Apr 1802.
Printed

[no title]  DD/SK/62/7-8  5 & 6 Apr 1802

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Robert Weightman of Oxton, yeo., oldest son and heir of William Weightman dec'd.
(2) Isabella Weightman of Oxton, widow, mother of (1)
(3) William Sherbrooke, esq. of Oxton
For £525 and in pursuance of an agreement, (1) to (2)
Messuage with outhouses and shop etc. adjoining in Oxton, in occ. of (1).
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1) and (2).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/62/9  8 Apr 1802

Contents:
Bond:
Robert Weightman, of Oxton, yeo., bound in £300 to William Sherbrooke, esq. of Oxton.
Condition:- peaceable enjoyment of premises, as in DD/SK/62/7 & 8, for W.S. and indemnity against several legacies charged by the Wills of William Weightman and John Weightman.
Sig., seal of R.W.

Nether Hatfield Close (Hather, Brett, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/63/1-4  1798-1803

[no title]  DD/SK/63/1  30 Nov 1798

Contents:
Indenture, deed of partition:
(1) Samuel Greaves of Oxton, farmer, surviving devisee in trust for Will of Robert Hather, late of Oxton, dec'd.
(2) William Hather of Oxton, baker, son of R.H.
(3) Robert Hather of Oxton, frame-work knitter, son of R.H.
(4) John Brett of Oxton, farmer
In pursuance of Will of Robert Hather dec'd. which stated that (1) should sell whatever of R.H.'s property was necessary to pay his debts and then divide remainder between (2) and (3) when both were 21, and for 10/- each paid by (4) to (1), (2) and (3), (1), (2) and (3) to (4)
Messuage called by Sign of the Royal Oak with yard and garden adjoining in or near Sandy Lane, dwelling house built by (2) in yard, dwelling house also built by (2) adjoining first house, messuage divided into two tenements, near Water Lane, malting office in yard of messuage, lands and Criftin close and Margarets closes in Oxton.
To (4) messuage in Sandy Lane, dwelling house in yard adjoining, dwelling house adjoining first house, Toothill close (1 ac. 3 r. 26 p.), Pynear close (4 ac. 3 r. 6 p.) and Margarets closes (5½ac.) for use of (2) and (4) and heirs of (2).
To (4) messuage divided into two, near Water Lane, Maltkiln or malting office in the yard, Nether Hatfield close (7 ac. 3 r. 15 p.), Middle pingle (2 r.), the pingle by the Back Lane (1 r.) and Criftin close (1½ac.), for use of (3) and (4) and heirs of (3).
Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Sigs., seals of (1),(2),(3),(4).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/63/2  n.d. c.1800

Contents:
Abstract of the late Robert Hather's title to several closes of freehold land in Oxton, quoting DD/SK/63/1 and 15 earlier deeds from 1741-98.

[no title]  DD/SK/63/3-4  13 & 14 Dec 1803

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Robert Hather of Oxton, frame-work knitter, one of sons of Robert Hather dec'd.
(2) John Brett of Oxton, farmer, trustee for (1)
(3) William Coap Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(4) Francis Evans of Leuton, esq., trustee for (3) for piece of land
For £478.8s.1d. paid by (3) to (1) and for 10/- paid by (3) and (4) to (1) and (2), (1) and (2) to (3)
Nether Hatfield close (7ac. 2 r. 15 p.) in Oxton.
For use of (4) in trust for (3).
Endorsed with receipt.
Seals of (3) and (4)., sigs, seals of (1) & (2).
Parch.

Estate in bundle DD/SK/60 (Lowe Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/64/1-3  1804

[no title]  DD/SK/64/1-2  23 & 24 Mar 1804

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq.
(2) William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(3) Francis Evans of Lenton, gent., trustee to (2) for sale
For £1,200 paid by (2) to (1), (1) to (2)
Hatfield close (4 ac. 1 r.), Strawberry close (7 ac.) and arable land in Moorfield and in Windmill field in Oxton.
To (2) for use as he shall appoint. Schedule of deeds relating to above land written at end.
Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/64/3  6 Apr 1804

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year (release missing):
(1) Robert Lowe, of Oxton, esq., and Henry Forster of Newark, gent.
(2) William Sherbrooke, of Oxton, esq.
For 5/- each, (1) to (2)
Messuage with yard, gardens and outbuildings belonging and closes and parcels of land in occ. of William Toplis and other closes and lands in Oxton.
For use of (2) for 1 year at peppercorn rent.
Sigs., seals of (1).
Parch.

Closes and Land (Cotton, Smith, Rhodes, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/65/1-9  1792-1808

[no title]  DD/SK/65/1-2  19 & 20 Sept 1792

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Thomas Cotton of Greenfield Staff., White Chappell, Mdx., gent., devisee in trust in will of late Christopher Cotton late of Mansfield.
(2) Martha Cotton, Ann Cotton and Mary Cotton, all of Mansfield, spins., grand-daughters and devisees of Christopher Cotton.
(3) William Walker of Mansfield, gent., devisee in trust in a codicil to Will of late William Wilson
(4) William Smith of Mansfield, gent.
Whereas Christopher Cotton was seised at his death of and in two thirds of property as below and he left it to his wife Sarah, who was to raise whatever mortgage necessary to meet his debts and after her death to his brother Thomas, (1) who was to give William Cotton, son of Christopher, £400 and hold the remainder in trust for (2).
And whereas William Wilson was seised and in remaining third of property and he agreed with (2) to sell entire property to (4), appointing (3) to execute sale, if he should die before sale was completed. in pursuance of agreement and for £230 paid by (1) to (2) and for £115 paid by (4) to (3), (1) at direction of (2), and (3) to (4) Greaves close (7 ac. 34 p.) and lands in the Netherfield called the Wong (6ac.) in Oxton. For use of (4). Endorsed with receipts
For £230 and £115.
Sigs., seals of (1), (2), (3).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/65/3-4  29 & 30 Mar 1797

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) William Smith of Mansfield, gent.
(2) Jeremiah Rhodes of Oxton, farmer
For £460, (1) to (2)
Property as above.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/65/5  1802

Contents:
Abstract of Jeremiah Rhodes' title to 2 closes in Oxton, quoting DD/SK/65/1-4.

[no title]  DD/SK/65/6-7  29 & 30 Apr 1802

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Jeremiah Rhodes, of Oxton, farmer
(2) William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £133.10s., (1) to (2)
Netherfield close (6 ac.) and piece of land extending along south side of it.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/65/8-9  21 & 22 Apr 1808

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Jeremiah Rhodes, of Oxton, farmer
(2) William Sherbrooke, of Oxton, esq.
For £410, (1) to (2)
Greaves lane close (7 ac. 34 p.), 3 piece of land called Moor Butts (1 r. 24 p.).
For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, seal of (1). Parch.

Messuage in Oxton (Hankin, Heansworth/Hainsworth, Lovett, Thoroman, Birch, Glover)  DD/SK/66/1-27  1744-1811

[no title]  DD/SK/66/1  6 Nov 1744

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment (no delivery of seisin):
(1) Ann Upton of Halam, widow, Thomas Hankin of Middle Raisin, Lincs., yeo. and wife Mary William Hankin of Stoke, and wife Mary
(2) Richard Hankin of Hucknall Torkett, yeo.
(3) Richard Turner Becher of Southwell, gent.
For £195 paid by (2) to (1), (1) to (2), their 3 shares in Middlefield close (20 ac.)
For use of (2). (1) appoints (3) attorney to delivery possession and seisin. Endorsed with 3 receipts each for £65.
Seals of (1), mark of A.O., sigs of others.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/2  April/May 1745; (3 weeks of Easter 1745)

Contents:
Final concord, right hand indenture: Richard Hankin: plaintiff
Ann Upton, widow, Thomas Hankin and wife Mary, William Hankin and wife Mary, deforceants.
20 ac. meadow, 20 ac. pasture in Oxton.
£60.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/3-4  9 & 10 Dec 1762

Contents:
Indentures, marriage settlement in form of lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Richard Hankin, as overleaf
(2) Thomas Hankin of Newstead grounds, farmer, son of (1), and wife Hannah
(3) William Hankin of Hucknall Torkard, frame-work knitter and Henry Hankin of Hucknall Torkard, farmer
(1) to (3)
Middlefield close (20 ac.) in Oxton.
To (3) in trust. Half for use of (2), half for use of (2) for their lives, and then for their heirs, as T.H. shall appoint.
Sigs., seals of (1) and (2).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/5  27 Mar 1775

Contents:
Indenture, covenant declaring use of fine to be levied:
(1) Thomas Hankin of Kimberley, yeo. and wife Hannah
(2) Thomas Barber of Bilboro, gent.
To convey close and for 10/-, (1) covenants with (2) to levy a fine of Middlefield close (20 ac.), now divided into 2 closes, in Oxton. For use of such person as (1) shall appoint and until such person is appointed, for use of (1) and (2) and heirs of (1), (2) holding estate in trust for (1).
Sigs. of (1), seals of (1) and (2).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/6-7  9 Feb 1775; (Oct. of Purif. of B.V. Mary 1775)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures: Thomas Barber, gent.: plaintiff
Thomas Hankin and wife Hannah: deforceants
10 a. arable, 15 a. meadow, 15 a. pasture and common pasture in Oxton.
£60.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/8  14 Feb 1778

Contents:
Agreement for sale of close:
(1) Joseph Grammar of Newthorpe, farmer, on behalf of Thomas Hankin of Kimberley
(2) Samuel Heanesworth of Oxton, farmer
(1) covenants with (2) to sell 2 closes (once one) called Middlefield close in Oxton.
For £540.
Sigs., of (1) and (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/66/9-10  21 & 22 Apr 1778

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release, clearing mortgage:
(1) Thomas Hankin, of Kimberley, yeo. and wife Hannah
(2) Joseph Grammar, of Newthorpe, farmer, on behalf of Thomas Hankin of Kimberley
(3) Samuel Heansworth of Oxton, farmer
For £465. 7s. paid by (3) to clear mortgage and for £74.13s. paid by (3) to (1) and for 10/- paid by (3) to (1), (1) and (2) to (3)
Property as DD/SK/66/8 above.
For use of (3). Endorsed with receipt for £74.13s.
Sigs., seals of (1), (2), (3).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/11  22 Apr 1778

Contents:
Bond:
Thomas Hankin and Joseph Grammar bound in £540 to Samuel Heansworth.
Condition: to afford peaceable possession of property sold by lease and release of even date DD/SK/66/7 & 8 overleaf) and to indemnify S.H. against claims of T.H. or his children.
Sigs., seals of T.H. and J.G.
Printed.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/12  22 Apr 1778

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of mortgage to clear:
(1) Mary Peake of Melton Mowbray, Leics., widow, Rev. John Brown of Little Dalby and wife Elizabeth (Mary and Elizabeth being daughters and exors. of Will of Edward Wright, late of Nottm.)
(2) Thomas Hankin of Kimberley, yeo.
(3) Joseph Grammer of Newthorpe, yeo.
(4) Samuel Heansworth of Oxton, farmer
(5) James Wilson of Blidworth, farmer
Whereas (2) & (3) had mortgaged property in Oxton (as below) to Edward Wright for £600 which was not repaid and E.W. had died leaving M.P. and E.B. the exors. of his will and (1) had purchased property from (2) for total of £540, £465.7s. of which was to clear mortgage.
For £465.7s. paid by (4) to (1) at direction of (2) and (3) and for 10/- paid by (4) to (3), (1) to (5) 2 closes known as Middlefield in Oxton.
To (5) for remainder of 1000 years, in trust for (4). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of all parties.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/13  9 Sept 1785

Contents:
Copy of Will of Samuel Heansworth of Oxton. yeo. leaving lands and house in Oxton to wife for ever, after her death to nephew John Wilson and his heirs.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/14-15  3 & 4 Apr 1780

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Margaret Sherbrooke of Oxton, widow
(2) Samuel Hainsworth of Oxton, yeo.
In consideration of a cottage with outbuildings, lands, etc. in Oxton surrendered by (2) to Lord of Manor for use of (1) and for 10/- paid by (2) to (1), (1) to (2) messuage with outbuildings, yard, croft, etc. (3 a. 29½ p.). For use of (2).
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/16  4 Apr 1780

Contents:
Bond:
Margaret Sherbrooke, of Oxton, widow, and William Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq. bound in £800 to Samuel Hainsworth.
Condition: quiet possession and enjoyment of property as in DD/SK/66/14 & 15, purchased by S.H. from M.S.
Sigs., seals of M.S. and W.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/17-18  16 & 17 Nov 1786

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Samuel Graves of Oxton, farmer, surviving devisee in trust of Will of late Robert Hather of Oxton, farmer
(2) Mary Heansworth of Blidworth, widow
For £300 (1) to (2)
Moorfield close, now divided into 3 (9a. 22 p.) in Oxton. For use of (2). Once property of Robert Hather, who left all his property and personal estate to (1) and Samuel Heansworth, in trust to discharge his debts from his personal estate and if necessary by sale of his property.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/19-20  4 & 5 Sept 1767

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Gervas Lovett of Lambley, framework knitter and wife Mary (a daughter and heiress of Elizabeth Burgess of Oxton, widow)
(2) Joseph Thoramon of Oxton, framework knitter
For £18, (1) to (2)
4th part of messuage in Oxton now in occ. of E.B., 4th part of 1½ ac. land belonging to messuage, 4th part of all appurtenances.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt for £18.
Marks, seals of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/21  1 Oct 1774

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, with delivery of seisin:
(1) John Birch of Oxton, blacksmith and wife Joanna (a daughter and co-heiress of Elizabeth Burgess of Oxton, widow)
(2) Joseph Thoramon, of Oxton, framework knitter, and wife Sarah
For £25, (1) to (2)
4th part of messuage in Oxton in occ. of (2), 4th part of 1½ a. arable land belonging to messuage, 4th part of all appurtenances. For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/22  3 May 1785

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, with delivery of seisin:
(1) Robert Glover of Woodborough, weaver and wife Elizabeth (daughter and co-heir of late Joseph Burgess late of Oxton)
(2) Joseph Thoroman, of Oxton, framework knitter, and wife Sarah
For £36, (1) to (2)
4th part of messuage in Oxton, now in occ. of (2), 4th part of Meadow Side close (½ ac.), 4th part of 1 ac. arable land in the Netherfield and 4th part of appurtenances. For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Seals, marks of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/23-24  20 Dec 1786

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Joseph Thoroman and wife Sarah, as above
(2) Mary Heansworth of Blidworth, widow
For £22, (1) to (2)
6 pieces arable land in the Netherfield, Oxton.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig. of J.T., mark of S.T., seals of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/25  20 Dec 1786

Contents:
Bond:
Joseph Thoroman bound in £30 to Mary Heansworth.
Condition:- peaceable possession and enjoyment of property bought by M.H. from J.T. as above.
Sig., seal of J.T.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/26  18 Dec 1786

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll
2. Prebendary of Oxton Overhall
3. Copyhold court: Everilda Stainforth
4. Steward: Robert Seagrave, gent.
5. Matthew Harvey of Oxton surrendered
6. Mary Heansworth of Blidworth, widow
7. Skell Wong land in the Windmill field, a wong in Moorfield, piece of land in the Netherfield called the three Long Johnsons and a mear abutting on Walker Wood, all together containing 3 a. 3 r. 7 p. Permission from Lady of Manor to Mary Heansworth to lease lands to which she is now admitted tenant.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/66/27  22 Apr 1811

Contents:
Indenture, deed of exchange
(1) Joseph Thoroman, the elder, of Oxton, yeo., Joseph Thoroman of Oxton, tailor (only son and heir of J.T. the elder, by Sarah Thoroman dec'd, late Sarah Burgess, spin.)
(2) William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For land received from (2) and for 10/- paid to each of them by (2), (1) to (2)
Messuage with outbuildings and appurtenances, etc. once in occ. of Elizabeth Burgess, now in occ. of J.T. the elder. For use of (2)
For land as above received from (1) and for 10/- paid to him by (1), (2) to (1)
Messuage with yard belonging, in occ. of Thomas Rowbotham, and close in Oxton (2 a. 2 r.).
For use of J.T., the younger.
Sigs., seals of (1) and (2).
Parch.

Strawberry Closes (Hearson, Reynolds, Heansworth, Wilson, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/67/1-7  1760-1813

[no title]  DD/SK/67/1  25 July 1760

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, with delivery of seisin:
(1) Thomas Hearson of Oxton, yeo.
(2) John Reynolds of Bilsthorpe, yeo.
For £280, (1) to (2)
2 closes meadow or pasture in Oxton called Strawberry closes (10 a.), close of arable land called Hatfield close (2 a.), lately purchased by (1) from Thomas Marshall of Truswell and Penelope his wife. For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, seal of (2).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/67/2-3  27 & 28 Mar 1771

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) John Reynolds, of Bilsthorpe, yeo.
(2) Samuel Heansworth of Oxton, farmer
For £305, (1) to (2)
Property as DD/SK/67/1 above.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Endorsed with covenant dated 29 Sept 1813 to produce deed.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/67/4  n.d. c. 1813

Contents:
Abstract of Mr. John Wilson's title to two pieces of land called Strawberry closes in Oxton. Drawn up for William Sherbrooke. Quoting DD/SK/67/1-3.

[no title]  DD/SK/67/5-6  28 & 29 Sept 1813

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) John Wilson, formerly of Blidworth, now of Mickleholme, Innholme, Lincs., farmer (nephew and devisee in Will of Samuel Hransworth) and wife Sarah
(2) William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(3) Thomas Wilson of Nottingham, draper
For £569.6s. paid by (2) to (1), (1) to (2) Great Strawberry close (7 a. 1 r. 5 p.) and Little Strawberry close (2a. 1r. 31p.).
For use of (2). (1) covenants to levy a fine unto (3) for use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1) and (3).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/67/7  7 Oct 1813

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Netherhall
3. Copyhold Court and Court Baron: Rev. William Becher, amd Elizabeth Lucas his wife
4. Steward: George Hodgkinson Barrow
5. John Wilson (as DD/SK/67/5 & 6 above) and wife Sarah, surrendered
6. William Sherbrooke, of Oxton, esq., admitted
7. For £149 paid by W.S. to T.W., pieces of arable land in Moorfield, in Windmill field and Nether field in Oxton.

Exchange of closes and open meadows (Gladwin, Hart, Waine, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/68/1-14  1795-1818

[no title]  DD/SK/68/1  6 Apr 1795

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, with delivery of seisin:
(1) John Gladwin of Mansfield, esq., trustee in Will of late John Richardson of Oxton
(2) John Hart of Thurgarton, farmer
For £141, (1) to (2)
Several pieces of land lying dispersed in Towne meadow, Oxton.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/68/2  17 Apr 1802

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, with delivery of seisin:
(1) John Hart, of Thurgarton, farmer
(2) Samuel Waine of Oxton, shoemaker
For £100, (1) to (2)
Property as DD/SK/68/1 above.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/68/3  11 Sept 1802

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) Samuel Waine, of Oxton, shoemaker
(2) John Marshall of Oxton, yeo.
For £100, (1) to (2)
Property as DD/SK/68/1 above.
For use of (2), if (1) does not repay mortgage money and interest by 11 Mar. following.
Endorsed with receipt for £100, signed by (1).
Endorsed with memorandum that S.W. conveyed above lands to Samuel Strutt by Feoffment on 12 June 1804.
Endorsed with receipt signed by (2) for £115, mortgage and interest, dated 9 Aug 1815.
Sig, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/68/4  5 June 1812

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll (surrender for mortgage)
2. Prebend of Oxton Overhall
3. Customary Court, Everilda Mercier, widow
4. Steward: Caractacus d'Aubigney Shilton, gent.
5. Samuel Wain of Oxton, cordwainer, surrendered
6. George Smith of Nottingham currier, admitted
7. For £200 paid by G.S. to S.W., 2 dewlling houses with barns and homestead ajoining in occ. of S.W., and house adjoining in occ of John Burton. If S.W. repays £200 with interest by 5 Dec next, surrender to be void. 1d. fine.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/68/5  19 Apr 1813

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll (surrender in fee)
2. Prebend of Oxton Overhall
3. Customary Court and Court Baron, Everilda Mercier, widow
4. Steward: Caractacus d'Aubigney Shilton, gent.
5. George Smith, of Nottingham currier, surrendered
6. John Fellows, Charles Mellor and Francis Hart, the younger, all of Nottingham, bankers and co-partners, admitted
7. For £200 G.S. to J.F., C.M., and F.H. 2 dwelling houses etc. as DD/SK/68/4 above, subject to same terms as surrender of above property to Smith from Wain.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/68/6-7  16 & 17 June 1815

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(2) Samuel Wain, as above
(3) Caractacus D'Aubigney Shilton of Nottm., gent.
In exchange for lands in Town Meadow, Oxton (1a. 7p.) and for 5/- paid by (2) to (1), (1) to (2) close called Little Meadow, Oxton (1a.1r.18p.). To (3) in trust for (2).
Sigs., seals of (1), (2), (3).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/68/8  19 June 1815

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) Samuel Wain, as above
(2) William Gwyn of Basford, joiner
For £300, (1) to (2)
Little Meadow in Oxton as above. For use of (2) for 1000 years if (1) does not repay mortgage and interest by 19 Dec next (1) covenants to surrender property to Lord of Manor of Oxton Overhall so that (2) may be admitted, surrender to be void if (1) repays mortgage. Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/68/9  19 June 1815

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll (surrender in mortgage)
2. Prebend of Oxton Overhall
3. Customary Court. James Hamer, esq.
4. Steward: Caractacus D'Aubigney Shilton
5. Samuel Wain and George Smith, both as above
6. William Gwym, of Basford, admitted
7. For £300 paid by W.G. to S.W., 2 dwelling houses with barns and homestead adjoining in occ. of S.W. and house adjoining in occ. of William Hithersay, formerly mortgaged by S.W. to G.W. If S.W. repays £300 with interest by 19 Dec next, surrender to be void. 1d fine.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/68/10  c. 1818

Contents:
Abstract of the title of Samuel Wain to certain freehold and copyhold lands at Oxton, quoting 7 deeds, 1815.

[no title]  DD/SK/68/11-12  11 Aug 1818

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release (clearing mortgage)
(1) Samuel Wain of Oxton, cordwainer
(2) Caractacus D'Aubigney Shilton of Nottm., gent.
(3) William Gwyn of Basford, joiner
(4) William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(5) Henry Coape of Sherwood Lodge, esq.
For £160 paid by (4) to (3) at direction of (1)
To discharge part of mortgage and for 10/- paid by (4) to (1) and (2). (1) and (3) to (4)
Little Meadow (1a.1r.18p.) in Oxton.
To (5) in trust for (1). For £140 paid by (4) to (3) to discharge remainder of mortgage and for £120 paid by (4) to (1), (1) and (3) covenant to surrender to Lord of Manor of Oxton Overhall, 2 tenements with croft adjoining, late in occ. of (1). For use of (4). Endorsed with receipt for total of £420.
Sigs., seals of (1), (2), (3).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/68/13  12 Aug 1818

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll (surrender in fee)
2. Manor of Oxton Overhall
3. Customary Court. James Hamer, esq.
4. Steward: Caractacus D'Aubigney Shilton, gent.
5. Samuel Wain and William Gwyn, both as above, surrendered
6. William Sherbrooke, of Oxton, admitted
7. For £260 paid by W.S. to S.W., 2 dwelling houses with croft adjoining in Oxton, in occ. of S.W. and house adjoining, in occ. of William Hithersay.
1d. fine.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/68/14  12 Aug 1818

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll (surrender to Will)
2. Manor of Oxton Overhall
3. Customary Court. James Hamer, esq.
4. Steward: Caractacus D'Aubigney Shilton
5. William Sherbrooke, surrendered, to uses of Will
6.
7. Property as DD/SK/68/13 above.
Parch.

Moorgate Closes and Land in fields (Walker, Blackney, Hithersay, Asbury, Hearson, Asbury, Roberts, Weightman, Hather, Harvey, Shacklock, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/69/1-13  1701-1826

[no title]  DD/SK/69/1  1 May 1701

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Thomas Walker and George Hackett and wife Mary, of Oxton, yeos.
(2) John Hithersay of Calverton, yeo.
For £23, (1) to (2)
4 a. arable lands in Netherfield, Oxton as follows:- 1 selion called Sallow tree land, 2 selions called Great Cock Shutts, 2 selions in Breckdale, 1 selion called Hop Hill, 1 parcel called a half mease and 1 selion called Meadowside land. For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/69/2  22 Feb 1739

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Joseph Blackney of Calverton, framework-knitter, and wife Alice and John Hithersay of Calverton, framework-knitter, and wife Hannah.
(2) William Ashbury of Oxton, yeo.
For £21, (1) to (2), property as DD/SK/69/1 above.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs. of A.B. and J.H., marks of J.B. and H.H., seals of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/69/3  April 1742 (Month of Easter 1742)

Contents:
Copy of final concord:
William Wilson and William Ashbury: plaintiffs
Joseph Borrowcliffe and wife Mary, Joseph Blanckney and wife Alice, John Hithersay and wife Hannah: deforceants
7a. arable, 7a. meadow, 7 a. pasture in Blidworth and Oxton.
£60.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/69/4  23 June 1763

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Thomas Hearson of Oxton, yeo.
(2) William Ashbury of Oxton, yeo.
For £25, (1) to (2)
Arable lands in Windmill field in Oxton as follows:- 3 lands and ½ meer called Skelwong lands (3r.), 1 land called Skelwong land (1r.), 2 butts called Brickkiln butts (1r.). For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/69/5  15 May 1773

Contents:
Indenture, release (lease missing):
(1) Joseph Roberts of Lenton, miller
(2) William Weightman of Oxton, wheelwright
For £280, (1) to (2)
Cottage now divided into 3 tenements, with gardens, crofts, etc. adjoining in Oxton in occ. of William Meads, William Gell and Thomas Crossland, and Moorgate close (4a.) in the Moorfield. For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/69/6  20 July 1785

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of Robert Hather leaving annuity of £8 to be paid to his wife Jane and parts of his personal estate to her and giving to Samuel Greaves of Oxton, farmer, and Samuel Heansworth of Oxton, farmer, all his messuages and lands in Oxton, in trust, to be sold to discharge any debts or expenses and to provide annuity for his wife.

[no title]  DD/SK/69/7  5 Nov 1801

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) James Harvey of Oxton, gent.
(2) Matthew Harvey of Oxton, farmer
(3) William Samson of Nottingham, gent.
For £353 paid by (2) to (1) and for 10/- paid by (3) to (1), (1) to (2)
Moorgate close (4a.), lands in the Netherfield, in the Windmill Hill field and in the Moor field Oxton.
For use of (2). (3) to be trustee for (2).
Schedule of deeds at foot of indenture relating not only to title of above lands but also to other lands purchased by (1) from Robert Weightman, which deeds were to remain in hands of (1). (1) covenants to produce deeds for (2) when required. Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/69/8  1826

Contents:
Abstract of the title of William Shacklock and wife Mary and John Newton and wife Ann to freehold property at Oxton, quoting 38 deeds from 1741 to 1763. Marginal comments by H.P. and Harrow and Hodgkinson.

[no title]  DD/SK/69/9  n.d. c.1826

Contents:
Copies of certificates of baptisms, marriages and burials made to support title of William Shacklock and wife Mary and John Newton and wife Ann to freehold property in Oxton.

[no title]  DD/SK/69/10-11  31 July & 1 Aug 1826

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) William Shacklock of Southwell, hatter, and wife Mary and John Newton of Whitwell, Derbs., farmer, and wife Anne
(2) William Sherbrooke, of Oxton, esq.
For £624.15s., (1) to (2)
4a. arable land in the Netherfield, Oxton (as DD/SK/69/1), arable lands in Windmill Hill field (as DD/SK/69/4), Moorgate close (4a.) and several pieces of land in the Netherfield and in Moorfield in Oxton. For use of (2). (1) covenants to levy a fine. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/69/12-13  11 June 1826 (3 weeks Holy Trin. 1826)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
William Sherbrooke: plaintiff
William Shacklock and wife Mary and John Newton and wife Ann: deforceants
20a. arable, 20a. meadow, 20a. pasture and common pasture in Oxton.
£60.
Parch.

Pennycroft Close an other Land (Bradley, Pearce, Jackson, Noble, Sherbrooke, Sheppard)  DD/SK/70/1-17  1755-1827

[no title]  DD/SK/70/1  7 Apr 1755

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year (release missing):
(1) Joseph Bradley of Oxton, yeo.
(2) William Peirce of Oxton, labourer
For 5/-, (1) to (2)
Cottage, lately divided into 2 dwelling houses in Oxton in occ. of (1) and Matthew Bradley, and also Forbutt close (1a.). For use of (2) for 1 year at peppercorn rent.
Mark, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/70/2  5 June 1757

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) William Jackson of Oxton, carpenter
(2) William Pearce of Oxton, yeo.
For £4.14s., (1) to (2)
Sallow Tree land in the Netherfield (½a.) in occ. of (2). For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/70/3  3 Mar 1758

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) William Jackson, of Oxton, carpenter
(2) William Pearce, of Oxton, yeo.
For £5.2s.6d., (1) to (2)
Land in the Netherfield, Oxton, called the North Long Johnson (½a.). For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/70/4  31 Oct 1778

Contents:
Copy of Will of William Pierce of Oxton, proved 11 Jan 1780 leaving messuage, the Forebutt close, the Sallow Tree land and the Long Johnson, in Oxton to Mary Noble for life and after her death to Elizabeth Noble.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/70/5-6  8 & 10 May 1819

Contents:
Indentures, lease and release:
(1) James Noble of Greaves Lane, Edingley, yeo.
(2) Elizabeth Noble of Newark, spin., daughter of (1)
(3) James Hall of New Boswell Court, Carey Staff., Mdx., gent.
(4) William Farmerie of Newark, esq.
For 10/- paid by (3) to both (1) and (2), (1) and (2) to (3)
Messuage and lands as in Will of William Pierce (see DD/SK/70/4) so that (3) may be tenant and (4), at costs of (2), may gain recovery for use of (2).
Sigs., seals of (1), (2), (3), (4).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/70/7  24 May 1819

Contents:
Exemplification of a recovery, dated Easter Term 59 George III:
William Farmerie, esq. plaintiff from James Hall, gent., deforceant of 3 messuages, 3 a arable, 3 a. meadow, 3 a. pasture and common pasture in Oxton.
First vouchee Elizabeth Noble, spin.
Second vouchee George Humphreys
Printed portrait of George III.
Tag and large frag, of seal.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/70/8  25 Mar 1819

Contents:
Copy of an agreement made between Elizabeth Noble and George Cooke on behalf of William Sherbrooke. E.N. agrees to sell to W.S. 2 cottages with lands and appurtenances in Oxton by 25 May for £320, having first proved her title to them.

[no title or date]  DD/SK/70/9

Contents:
Abstract of title of Miss Elizabeth Noble to a freehold estate in Oxton, quoting DD/SK/70/1,4 - 7

[no title]  DD/SK/70/10-11  18 & 19 June 1819

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Elizabeth Noble, of Newark, spin., daughter of (1)
(2) William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £320, (1) to (2)
cottage, now 2 dwelling houses, with yards, barns etc. belonging in Oston. For use of (2). Schedule of deeds at foot of deed quoted to prove title of (1) to cottage. Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1)
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/70/12  19 June 1819

Contents:
Geo. Hodgkinson's bill to William Sherbrooke for persuing title and drawing up deeds for conveyance of land from Elizabeth Noble to William Sherbrooke (see DD/SK/70/10 & 11).
Signed "Received Geo. Hodgkinson".

[no title]  DD/SK/70/13-14  27 & 28 July 1827

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Hercules Matthew Sheppard of Newark, gent. and wife Elizabeth, late Elizabeth Noble
(2) George Mabbott of Newark, gent.
(3) William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £110, (1) to (3), close in Oxton formerly known as Forebutt close now Pennycroft close (3r.9p), the Sallow Tree land in the Netherfield (1r. 32p.) and the North Long Johnson in the Netherfield (1r.31p.)
For use of (3). (1) covenants to (2) to levy a fine. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/70/15-16  1 July 1827 (3 weeks Trinity 1827)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures: George Mabbott, plaintiff
Hercules Sheppard and wife Elizabeth, deforceants
3 a. arable, 3 a. meadow, 3 a. pasture and common pasture in Oxton.
£60.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/70/17  17 Sept 1827

Contents:
Geo. Hodgkinson's account to William Sherbrooke for persuing title and drawing up deeds for conveyance of land from Hercules Sheppard and wife to W.S. (see DD/SK/70/13, 14,15,16).
Receipted with sig. of G.H.

Messuage, closes, lands (Heath, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/71a/1-8  1827-1850

[no title]  DD/SK/71a/1  13 Nov 1827

Contents:
Copy of Will of William Heath dated 26 May 1819 and proved 12 Jan 1822. Leaving lands and premises at Oxton in occ. of Samuel Butler and messuages and lands at Blidwoth in occ. of John Heath, to his father John Heath. Leaving lands at Blidworth in occ. of Samuel Wilson to his uncle John Nicholson, Copy dated 13 Nov 1827.

[no title]  DD/SK/71a/2-3  21 & 22 Nov 1827

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) John Heath of Blidworth, gent.
(2) Ann Wright Whitehead of Nottm., spin.
(3) James Butlin of Nottm., surgeon
For £1,000 paid by (2) to (1), (1) to (3) at request of (2)
Moiety of a messuage in Oxton, and of Middlefield close (16a.) and Moorfield closes (10½a.) in occ. of Samuel Butlar and of all other messuages and lands of (1) in Oxton.
To (3) in trust for (2) to resell property.
Endorsed with receipt.
Sig. of (1), seals of (1),(2) & (3). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/71a/4  1827

Contents:
Abstract of DD/SK/71a/2 & 3.

[no title]  DD/SK/71a/5-6  17 & 18 Jan 1828

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) James Butlin, of Nottm., surgeon
(2) Anne Wright Whitehead, of Nottm., spin.
(3) John Heath of Blidworth, gent. (devisee in Will of William Heath dec'd, of a moiety of premises below)
(4) Samuel Wilson of Fulnetby, Lincs., farmer & grazier (entitled to other moiety of premises below)
(5) James Wilson of Blidworth, farmer
(6) William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(7) Ichabod Wright of Mapperley, esq.
For £1000 paid to (2) by (6) at direction of (3). for £220 paid to (3) by (6), for £1220 paid to (4) & (5) by (6) and for 10/- paid to (1) and (2) by (6), (1),(2),(3),(4),(5) to (6)
Messuage in Oxton, with barns, croft, orchard and garden (3a.2r.), 2 closes called Middle fields (16a.), 2 closes called Moorfields (10a.) and 3 lands and near ½ meer in the Moorfield (½a.).
For use of (6), (7) to be trustee.
Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of 1,2,3,4,5. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/71a/7-8  1 & 1850

Contents:
Indentures, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) John Heath of Blidworth, farmer & grazier
(2) Samuel Wilson of Fulnetby, Lincs., farmer & grazier
(3) James Wilson of Blidworth, farmer
(4) John Nicholson of Horsley, Derbs., farmer and wife Elizabeth
(5) William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(6) Ichabod Wright of Mapperley, esq.
For £360 paid by (5) to (1), (2), (3) & (4), (1),(2),(3) & (4) to (5)
Lands in open fields in Oxton, 4 a. 27 p. in the Netherfield, Ia.2r.37 p. in Windmill field, 2a.3r.38p. in the Moorfield. Totalling 8a.3r.22p.
For use of (5). (1),(2),(3) & (4) covenant to surrender any of above lands which are copyhold to Lord of Manor so that (5) may be admitted, (5) to pay half the costs of the surrender. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of 1,2,3 & 4. Parch.

Exchange (Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/71b/1  1833

[no title]  DD/SK/71b/1  23 Mar 1833

Contents:
Agreement for exchange of land:
(1) Ann Sherbrooke of Oxton, widow, Henry Coape of Sherwood Lodge, esq., Rev. Robert Lowe of Bingham, Henry Porter Lowe of Bingham, esq
(2) Charles Larratt of Oxton, yeo.
(1) to (2)
1 ac. land from Penny croft close in Oxton.
(2) to (1)
Lambs Penny croft close (1a.) in Oxton.
Exchange to be subject to terms of Will of W.S

Windmill and close (Hather, Thorpe, Handley, Lowe)  DD/SK/72/1-17  1800-1837

[no title]  DD/SK/72/1  n.d. c. 1800

Contents:
Abstract of Robert Hather's title to several closes of freehold land in Oxton, quoting deeds from 1741-98. (see also DD/SK/63/2)

[no title]  DD/SK/72/2  31 Dec 1804 Deilvery of seisin dated 5 July 1805

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) John Richardson of Oxton, farmer
(2) William Hather of Oxton, baker
(3) Henry Moore of Oxton, butcher
(4) William Thorp of Oxton, carrier
(5) Thomas Blatherwick of Oxton, farmer
For £384 paid by (4) to (2), (1), (2) & (3) to (4)
Lands and premises in Oxton formerly mortgaged by (2) to (1) on 8 Nov 1800, as follows:-
Middle Pingle (2r.), the close by Back Lane (1r.) now used as 1 close in occ. of (4), and the stable on the close.
For (4) to uses directed by him, (5) being trustee. (1) at direction of (2) to (4)
Wind Corn mill in Oxton, with stones, sails, tackle, etc.
For use of (4). Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, seal of (4), sigs, seals of (1),(2) & (3). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/72/3-4  3 & 4 April 1812

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year and release:
(1) William Thorpe of Oxton, farmer
(2) Thomas Blatherwick of Oxton, farmer
(3) William Handley of Oxton, miller
(4) George Walkden of Mansfield, gent.
For £410 paid by (3) to (1), (1) and (2) to (3) & (4).
Middle Pingle (2r.) and land by Back lane (1r.) now used as 1 close and the stable on the close, in Oxton.
For use of (3) & (4).
(1) to (3)
Wind Corn mill in Oxton, with stones, sails, tackle etc. for use of (3).
Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, seal of (1), sigs., seals of (2) (3). 1
Parch

[no title]  DD/SK/72/5  3 Oct 1814

Contents:
Deed poll, Deed of exchange:
(1) William Sherbooke of Oxton, esq.
(2) William Handley, of Oxton, miller
(1) to (2)
Part of Goss Hill close (2r. 28p.) in Oxton in occ. of (2) on which (2) recently erected a wind corn mill. For use of (2).
(2) to (1)
Middle Pingle and pingle by Back Lane (1r.) now used as 1 in occ. of (1). For use of (1).
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/72/6  10 Jan 1815

Contents:
Draft of above agreement, with note by Middlemore and Perry, solicitors, to 14r. Sherbrooke saying they see no objection on Mr. Sherbrooke's behalf to the agreement.

[no title]  DD/SK/72/7  6 July 1815

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) William Handley, of Oxton, miller
(2) Thomas Lee of Alloughton, nr.Southwell, farmer
For £200, (1) to (2)
Part of Goss Hill close (2r. 28p.) in Oxton and wind corn mill on it with machinery and tackle. For use of (2) for 1000 years, if (1) does not repay mortgage with interest by 6 Jan next. Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/72/8  12 Nov 1816

Contents:
Fire insurance policy made by William Handley with British Fire Office for windmill in Gosshill close in Oxton and for a stable near Annual premium of £1.4s. to be paid by Michealmas.

[no title]  DD/SK/72/9  19 June 1824

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of mortgage:
(1) William Bagson of Halloughton, farmer, John Newham of Thurgarton, farmer (exors. of Will of late Thomas Lee)
(2) William Handley, of Oxton, miller
(3) Henry Pacey of Nottm., gent.
(4) William Sherbrooke, of Oxton, esq.
For £200 paid by (3) at direction of (2) to (1) and for £100 paid by (3) to (2), (1) and (2) to (3)
Goss Hill close and the wind corn mill on it, formerly mortgaged by (2) to Thomas Lee, and stable on the land.
For use of (3) for remainder of 1000 years, if (1) does not repay mortgage by 19 Dec next. (4) covenant to produce deeds re title to above. Endorsed with receipts.
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/72/10a - d  24 June 1826

Contents:
(a) Fire Insurance policy taken out by William Handley Oxton with County Fire Office for Wind Mill in Oxton and stable near. Annual premium of 19s. 9d. to be paid on 24 June.
(b) Receipt for premium on above policy for Midsummer 1827 ro Midsummer 1828.
(c) Demand note for premium for Midsummer 1832-Midsummer 1833.
(d) Notice from County Fire Office concerning penalties incurred by servants wilfully setting fire to proerty. Extracted from Building Act, 14 George III.

[no title]  DD/SK/72/11-12  3 & 4 Feb 1837

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release and assignment of mortgage to attend Inheritance:
(1) William Handley of Oxton, miller and baker
(2) Henry Percy of Nottm., gent.
(3) Ann Sherbrooke of Oxton, widow (exor. of Will of late William Sherbrooke)
(4) Rev. Robert Lowe of Bingham
(5) Henry Coape of Sherwood Lodge, esq.
For £360 paid by (4) to (2) and for 10/- paid by (4) to (1), (1) to (4)
Part of Gorse Hill close (2r.28p.) in Oxton, with granary, stable, etc. erected there. For use of (4). (1), (2), & (3) to (4)
Wind corn mill standing on above land, with machinery etc. belonging. For use of (4).
For 10/- paid by (5) to (2) & (3), (2) and (3) assign to (5) land release above. In trust for (4).
Endorsed with receipt for £360 signed by (2).
Sigs., seals of (1),(2),(3),(4). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/72/13  6 Feb 1837

Contents:
Indenture, lease:
(1) Rev. Robert Lowe of Bingham
(2) Paul Harvey of Oxton, miller (Henry Moore - not entered)
(1) to 2
Land late part of Gorse Hill close in Oxton (2r.28p.) with granary, stable, etc. belonging and the corn mill standing on it. For use of (2) for 14 years at annual rent of £20. (2) to pay fire insurance and carry out repairs.
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/72/14  1824

Contents:
Abstract of title of William Sherbrooke to lands in Oxton, late property of Henry, Margaret and William Sherbrooke, quoting 7 deeds 1751-1800.

[no title]  DD/SK/72/15  1825

Contents:
Abstract of a deed of exchange between William Sherbrooke, esq. and William Handley (DD/SK/72/5)

[no title]  DD/SK/72/16  1825

Contents:
Abstract ot title to several closes of land and a wind corn mill at Oxton, quoting 6 deeds from 1804 - 1816.

[no title]  DD/SK/72/17  1825

Contents:
Supplemental abstract of the title of William Handley to a wind mill and premises at Oxton.

Messuage, Cottages and Land (Sherbrooke, Jackson, Lowe, Dalton, Watson)  DD/SK/73/1-10  1738-1840

[no title]  DD/SK/73/1  31 Jan 1738

Contents:
Attested copy, made 13 Mar 1839, of an indenture, deed of exchange:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(2) William Jackson of Oxton, yeo.
(1) to (2)
9 butts (2r.20p.) Town Ednd butts in Windmill hill field in Oxton.
For use of (2). (2) to (1) 3 Town End butts in Windmill hill field, 2 Brickhill butts and 1 Forebutt in the Netherfield (2r.20p.). For use of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/73/2  11 June 1759

Contents:
Copy of Will of William Jackson of Oxton, carpenter, leaving all lands and premises in Oxton to wife Katherine for her life, then to his children Roger, John and Mary.

[no title]  DD/SK/73/3  12 Jan 1788

Contents:
Copy, dated 9 Mar 1839, of an indenture, mortgage:
(1) Roger Jackson of Oxton, carpenter
(2) Rev. James Bingham of Calverton
For £200, (1) to (2)
Messuage with yard, garden, croft etc. adjoining in Oxton (1a.2r.) in occ. of (1), 6 cottages lately built by (1) in Oxton, formerly 11 butts of land belonging to William Jackson, father of (1), now dec'd, and Laneside close (4½a.).
For (2) for 1000 years at peppercorn rent, if (1) does not repay mortgage plus interest by 12 July next.
Endorsed with receipt and note that the mortgage was paid off about the year 1800.

[no title]  DD/SK/73/4  21 May 1799

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq.
(2) Roger Jackson, of Oxton, carpenter
For £15 (1) to (2)
20p. inclosed land in Oxton in occ. of (2).
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/73/5-6  13 & 14 Mar 1834

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage in form of lease for 1 year and release:
(1) Thomas Dalton of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Roger Dalton, late of Oxton, now London, butcher
(3) Mary Watson of Southwell, spin.
For £250, (1) & (2) to (3)
Messuage in occ. of (1) with stable and shop belonging, adjoining Town Staff., Oxton, with garden and orchard belonging (1a.), 6 tenements and close called the Croft (2r.). For use of (3) if (1) & (2) do not repay £250 by 14 Sept next. (3) empowered to sell property if mortgage not repaid, (1) & (2) covenant to insure against loss by fire. Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, seal of (1), sig., seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/73/7  1839

Contents:
Abstract of the title of Thomas and Roger Dalton to a freehold estate at Oxton, quoting 9 deeds 1738-1837, Lowe and Sherbrooke to Jackson to Dodgson to Dalton.

[no title]  DD/SK/73/8  2 Apr 1839

Contents:
Indenture, conveyance:
(1) Thomas Dalton, yeo. and Roger Dalton, farmer, both of Oxton
(2) Rev. Robert Lowe of Bingham
(3) Philip Richard Falkner of Newark, gent.
For £325, (1) to (2)
Messuage in Oxton in occ. of (1) with stable and shop belonging adjoining Town Staff., piece of land called the Croft and garden and orchard belonging to messuage (1a.), and 6 tenements near messuage.
For use, of (2), (3) to be trustee, (2) to repay £250 and £100 raised by mortgage by (1) on above property.
Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, seal of (1), sig., seal of R.D. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/73/9-10  6 & 7 Oct 1840

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Mary Watson late of Southwell, now Staff. Thomas, London district in Upper Canada, spin.
(2) Rev. Robert Lowe, of Bingham
(3) Philip Richard Palkner, of Newark, gent.
For £350 (1) to (2) property as DD/SK/73/5 & above formerly mortgaged by Thomas Dalton and Roger Dalton to (1). For use of (2). (3) to act as trustee after death of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).

Pennycroft (Lamb, Larratt, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/74/1-5  1753-1846

[no title]  DD/SK/74/1  10 Apr 1753

Contents:
Copy of Will of John Lamb of Oxton, framework-knitter leaving lands and premises in Oxton and Farnsfield to son Thomas Lamb. £40 to his daughters Mary and Jane and the residue of godds to be divided among then as stated.

[no title]  DD/SK/74/2  10 Oct 1801

Contents:
Attested copt, made 12 Mar 1833, of Will of Thomas Lamb of Oxton, framework-knitter.
Leaving lands and premises in Oxton to Thomas Lamb, his son, £60 and goods to daughter Jane Strutt, £60 and goods to daughter Phyllis Hallam, £60 and goods to daughter Ann Blatherwick, and £10 each to Maria and Elizabeth, his grand-children.

[no title]  DD/SK/74/3a - d  5 Nov 1805; 5 Nov 1805; 28 Oct 1805; 26 Oct 1805; 5 Nov 1805

Contents:
Copies of receipts for legacies left in Will as DD/SK/74/2 above:-
(a) £60 received by Jane Strutt
(b) £60 received by Phillis Hallam
(c) £60 received by Ann Blatherwick
(d) £10 received by Elizabeth Cooper
£10 received by Maria Savage

[no title]  DD/SK/74/4  20 & 21 Mar 1833

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Thomas Lamb of Oxton, gent.
(2) Charles Larratt of Oxton, yeo.
(3) Thomas Watson of Calverton, bricklayer
For £100, (1) to (2)
Penny croft close, near Southwell turnpike rd. in Oxton (1a.).
To (3) for use as he shall appoint. (3) to be trustee on death of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/74/5  12 Mar 1846

Contents:
Indenture, conveyance
(1) Charless Larrett, of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Mary Lamb of Oxton, widow
(3) Ann Sherbrooke of Oxton, widow
For £100, (1) to (3)
Property as above. For use of (3). (2) covenants to produce deeds re title. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

Strawberry close (Sherbrooke, Hodgkyn)  DD/SK/75a/1-2  1551-1591

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/1  28 Oct 1551

Contents:
Deed poll, Confirmation of a grant, not executed:
(1) Thomas Shyrebrooke of Oxton, gent.
(2) William Hodgeskyn of Oxton, husbandman
For £19, (1) to (2)
Strawberry close in Oxton.
For use of (2). Endorsed with delivery, not signed.
No sigs. or seals. Paper, Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/2  19 July 1591

Contents:
Deed poll, quitclaim:
(1) Thomas Hodgkyn of Farnsfield, yeo.
(2) Thomas Hodgkyn, nephew of (1), son of Robert Hodgkyn dec'd
(1) to (2)
Claim to Strawberry else in Oxton now in occ. of Alice Hodgkyn, widow of R.H.
Mark, tag of (1). Parch., Latin.

Lank with Close (Sherbrooke, Hodgkyn)  DD/SK/75a/3-4  1573

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/3  2 Jan 1573

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart bargain and sale:
(1) Thomas Sherbrooke of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Agnes Hodgekyn of Oxton, widow, Robert Hodgekyn of Oxton, husbandman, son of A.H.
For £28, (1) to (2)
Lankwith close in Oxton (7a.) For use of (2).
Sigs., seals of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/4  2 Jan 1573

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of a bargain and sale
(1) Thomas Sherbrooke, of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Agnes Hodgekyn and Robert Hodgekyn, both of Oxton
(1) to (2)
Property in DD/SK/75a/3 above.
For use of (2).
Sig., seal of (1). Parch., Latin.

Exchange of lands (Sherbrooke, Hodgkyn)  DD/SK/75a/5  1579

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/5  26 June 1579

Contents:
Bond:
Thomas Sherbrooke, of Oxton, yeo., bound in 100 marks to Robert Hodgekyn, Oxton.
Condition:- peaceable possession of arable lands and meadow received by R.H. from T.S. in exchange for other lands in Oxton by indenture of even date.
Sig., tag of T.S. Parch., Latin and English.

Wong in Windmillfield (Hodgkyn, Rowbotham, Tricelove)  DD/SK/75a/6-7  1581-1652

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/6  1 Nov 1581

Contents:
Bond:
Robert Hodgekyn, Oxton, bound in £10 to Richard Robotham of Oxton, husbandman.
Condition:- peaceable possession of a wong in Windmillhill field in Oxton bought by R.B. from R.H. by an indenture of even date.
Sig., tag of R.H. Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/7  16 Aug 1652

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of a bargain and sale:
(1) Richard Robotham of Oxton, tayler
(2) Francis Truelove of Oxton, labourer
For £4.6s. (1) to (2)
Property as DD/SK/75a/6 above. For use of (2).
Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Mark, tag, seal of (1). Parch., Latin.

Close at South End (Sherbrooke, Kindle)  DD/SK/75a/8  1575

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/8  24 Oct 1575

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of grant:
(1) Thomas Sherbrooke of Oxton, gent.
(2) Roger Knolle of Oxton, the younger
(1) to (2)
Close of pasture at South End, Oxton.
For use of (2). Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Mark, tag, seal. Parch. Latin.

?1 Selion of Land (Custance alias Walker, Skothorne)  DD/SK/75a/9  1612

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/9  29 Sept 1612

Contents:
Bond:
William Skotherne of Oxton yeo. bound in £80 to Thomas Custance, alias Walker, of Oxton
Condition:- fulfillment of grants and covenants specified in an indenture of even dated made between W.S. and T.C.
Mark, tag of W.S. Parch., Latin and English.

1 Selion in Windmillfield (Walker, Cooper)  DD/SK/75a/10-11  1629

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/10  11 Dec 1629

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of a bargain and sale:
(1) Thomas Walker of Oxton, yeo.
(2) William Cooper of Oxton, labourer
For 5 marks, (1) to (2)
1 selion arable land in Windmill field in Oxton (1r.). For use of (2) and wife Alice for life and after their deaths for their heirs.
Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Sig., tag, seal of (1). Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/11  11 Dec 1629

Contents:
Bond:
Thomas Walker, above, bound in £6 to William Cooper, above
Condition:- peaceable possession of property in DD/SK/15a./10 above. which W.C. purchased from T.W. by an indenture of even date.
Sig., tag, seal of T.W. Parch., Latin, English.

? Property (Chaworth, Barrett)  DD/SK/75a/12  1579

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/12  29 Apr 1579

Contents:
Bond:
George Chaworth of Winton, esq. bound in £200 to Richard Barrett of Thoroughton, yeo.
Condition: to observe grants and covenants made in an indenture of even date between G.C. and R.B.
Sig., tag, seal of G.C. Parch., Latin & English.

"All his lands" (Greenhall, Todd)  DD/SK/75a/13  1574

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/13  12 May 1574

Contents:
Indenture, marriage settlement:
(1) Francis Greenhall of Holme, North Muskham, husbandman
(2) John Todd of Southwell, clerk and John Peile of South Muskham, yeo.
In consideration of a marriage to be solemnized between Henry Holme and Jane Greenhall (d. of (1)) and for 3s. 4d. annually, (1) to (2) all his Lands in Oxton. For use of H.H. and J.G.
Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Mark, tag, seal of (1). Parch., Latin.

Six selions (Clark alias Harstaff, Dawson, Green, Scothorn  DD/SK/75a/14-17  1614-1670

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/14  28 Dec 1614

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of a feoffment:
(1) Robert Clarke, alias Harstaffe, of Oxton, husbandman
(2) William Clarke, alias Harstaffe, brother of (1)
(1) to (2)
6 selions of arable land in Hobblesmith, called Hobblesmith wonge, in the Netherfield in Oxton.
For use of (2). Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Tag, seal. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/15  10 Apr "1665"

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and sale, not inrolled:
(1) Robert Dawson, cloth-worker and citizen of London
(2) William Greene of Oxton, cordwainer
For £10, (1) to (2)
6 selions of arable land in Oxton, as in DD/SK/75a/14.
For use of (2), Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Mark, tag, seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/16  15 Mar "1670"

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and sale, not inrolled:
(1) William Greene of Oxton, cordwainer
(2) William Skotherne of Oxton, yeo.
For £10, (1) to (2)
6 selions of arable land in Oxton as in DD/SK/75a/14.
For use of (2). Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Mark, tag, seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/17  15 Mar "1670"

Contents:
Bond:
William Greene, above, bound in £20 to William Scotherne, above.
Condition:- to observe covenant of even date, see DD/SK/75a/16.
Mark, seal of W.G. Paper, Latin & English.

"Abstract of small parcels bought by William Savile"  DD/SK/75a/18  1698-1708

[no title]  DD/SK/75a/18  n.d

Contents:
Abstract of several small parcels of land purchased by William Savile from various people between May 1698 and October 1708.

101ac. bought in Oxton-Sale catalogues, requisitions, draft, abstracts (case & opinion) (Jackson, etc. Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/75b/1-18  1849-1878

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/1  7 May 1849

Contents:
Valuation of a freehold estate in Oxton belonging to T.B. Seagate, viewed 4 May 1849. Valued by Thos. Huskinson of Epperstone at about £7,176.
About 100 a. Giving tenants and field names.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/2  n.d

Contents:
Newspaper cutting concerning the Oxton estate late the property of Thomas Redgate dec'd., to be sold by private contract, giving detailed schedule of lands.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/3  n.d. c. 1878

Contents:
Schedule of an estate at Oxton purchased from trustees of Redgate, showing how land is to be let from Lady Day 1879 and giving tenants and field names.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/4  27 Feb 1878

Contents:
Letter from H.J. Newbold to H. Sherbrooke, esq. Oxton Hall, re purchase of Redgate's estate at Oxton. Dated at Newark.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/5a - b  July 1877

Contents:
Two copies of a sale catalogue for an estate at Oxton, 101a., to be sold by auction on 4 July 1877. Fragments of map of estate.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/6  14 Sept 1877

Contents:
Epitome of abstracts of title to various parts of Oxton estate. Godson and others to Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/7  26 Sept 1877

Contents:
Purchaser's requisitions and observations concerning estate at Oxton. Williams, jnr. and others to Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/8  1877

Contents:
Analysis of title to estate at Oxton under settlement 23 Aug 1848. Williams jnr. and others to Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/9  12 Oct 1877

Contents:
Instructions to councel to advise on replies to the requisitions and observations concerning Oxton estate. Williams jnr. and others to Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/10  22 Oct 1877

Contents:
Further requisitions concerning Oxton estate. Williams to Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/11  20 Oct 1877

Contents:
Further opinions on title to Oxton estate.
William to Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/12  13 Sept 1877

Contents:
Case, concerning the Oxton estate, for the opinion of Mr. Pollock.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/13  14 Sept 1877

Contents:
Copy of a letter from William Williams jnr. dated at Poultry Arcade, Nottingham to Messrs.Newbold and Falkner concerning the purchase of the Oxton estate by Mr.Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/14  n.d. c.1877

Contents:
Schedule of deeds to be given up on completion of purchase of Oxton estate by Mr. Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/15  1877

Contents:
Draft conveyance of estate at Oxton:
(1) John Jesse Handley and others
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(1) to (2)
Estate at Oxton.
(1) covenants to produce deeds.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/16  1877

Contents:
Draft conveyance:
(1) William Jackson and others
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(1) to (2)
Estate at Oxton.
(1) covenants to produce deeds.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/17  1878

Contents:
Draft accounts for purchase of Oxton estate.

[no title]  DD/SK/75b/18  1 Mar 1878

Contents:
Copy of draft conveyance:
(1) William Jackson and others
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(1) to (2)
Estate at Oxton.
(1) covenants to produce deeds.

Purchase of land from Lamb, dec'd. Drafts, requisitions, etc (Bell, Lamb, Sherbrooke).  DD/SK/76/1-10  1883

[no title]  DD/SK/76/1  15 Oct 1883

Contents:
Statutory declaration of Mr. William Wain in support of title of Late Mrs. Mary Lamb to lands in Oxton to be purchased by Henry Sherbrooke from Mrs. Mary Lamb's representatives.
Schedule of estate attached.

[no title]  DD/SK/76/2  15 Aug - 24 Oct 1883

Contents:
Correspondence from William Bryan, solicitor to Messrs. Newbold and Falkner, solicitors, Newark, concerning purchase of late Mrs. Lamb's lands at Oxton by Henry Sherbrooke, esq.

[no title]  DD/SK/76/3  Oct 1883

Contents:
Draft conveyance:
(1) William Bell of Castle Rock, Whitwick, Leics., gent., Thomas Blatherwick of Blidworth, farmer (trustees under Will of late Mary Lamb)
(2) Henry Sherbrooke, esq. of Oxton Hall
For £1600, (1) to (2)
Freehold lands (14a.) late property of M.L. in Oxton. (2) covenant to surrender copyhold lands at Oxton Netherhall.

[no title]  DD/SK/76/4  25 Oct 1883

Contents:
Draft conveyance as above. With map of lands attached. Endorsed, approved on the vendor's behalf, 6th Oct 1883. W. Bryan.

[no title]  DD/SK/76/5  11 Oct 1883

Contents:
Draft entries for court roll of Manor of Oxton Netherhall. Bell and Blatherwick surrender, Sherbrooke admitted, to copyhold lands late held by Mrs. Mary Lamb.

[no title]  DD/SK/76/6  1 Sept 1883

Contents:
Observations and requisitions on the title to lands at Oxton to be purchaseed by H.Sherbrooke from trustees of Mrs. Mary Lamb dec'd.

[no title]  DD/SK/76/7  24 Sept 1883

Contents:
Further observations and requisitions on the title to above lands at Oxton.

[no title or date]  DD/SK/76/8

Contents:
Copy of DD/SK/76/6.

[no title or date]  DD/SK/76/9

Contents:
Copy of DD/SK/76/7.

[no title]  DD/SK/76/10  25 Oct 1883

Contents:
Schedule of deeds relating to title to lands purchased by Henry Sherbrooke from trustees of Mrs. M. Lamb. Endorsed with receipt for above deeds, signed by Mr.Newbold for Mr.Sherbrooke.

Estate in Oxton, agreements, drafts, legal papers in collusive action, in connection with purchase (Beecher-Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/77/1-22  1827-1883

[no title]  DD/SK/77/1  3 Feb 1827

Contents:
Copy of indenture, deed of trust:
(1) William Sherbrooke, esq.
(2) William Wylde, esq.
Deed of trust concerning an annuity of £476 and other monies for the benefit of Miss Morris.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/2  21 Nov 1878

Contents:
Copy of valuation of an estate in Oxton belonging to J.H. Becher, esq. in occ. of Mr.May.
£9409. 145 ac. approx. Valued by J.H. Bradwell.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/3  1 Apr 1879

Contents:
Copy of draft agreement for sale of land:
(1) John Henry Becher of Southwell, esq.
(2) Elizabeth Susanna Becher of Southwell, widow, Rev. Thomas Coates Cane, of Southwell, Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. (trustees for sale)
(3) Henry Sherbrooke, of Oxton, esq.
For £9409. 4s. (1) & (2) to (3)
Lands in Oxton as detailed in schedule in deed.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/4  1 Apr 1879

Contents:
Copy of draft agreement for sale of land:
(1) John Henry Becher of Southwell, esq.
(2) Elizabeth Susanna Becher of Southwell, widow, Rev. Thomas Coates Cane, of Southwell, Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. (trustees for sale)
(3) Henry Sherbrooke, of Oxton, esq.
For £9409. 4s. (1) & (2) to (3)
Lands in Oxton as detailed in schedule in deed.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/5  1 Apr 1879

Contents:
Copy of draft agreement for sale of land:
(1) John Henry Becher of Southwell, esq.
(2) Elizabeth Susanna Becher of Southwell, widow, Rev. Thomas Coates Cane, of Southwell, Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. (trustees for sale)
(3) Henry Sherbrooke, of Oxton, esq.
For £9409. 4s. (1) & (2) to (3)
Lands in Oxton as detailed in schedule in deed.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/6  1 Apr 1879

Contents:
Copy of draft agreement for sale of land:
(1) John Henry Becher of Southwell, esq.
(2) Elizabeth Susanna Becher of Southwell, widow, Rev. Thomas Coates Cane, of Southwell, Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. (trustees for sale)
(3) Henry Sherbrooke, of Oxton, esq.
For £9409. 4s. (1) & (2) to (3)
Lands in Oxton as detailed in schedule in deed.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/7  1 Apr 1879

Contents:
Copy of draft agreement for sale of land:
(1) John Henry Becher of Southwell, esq.
(2) Elizabeth Susanna Becher of Southwell, widow, Rev. Thomas Coates Cane, of Southwell, Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. (trustees for sale)
(3) Henry Sherbrooke, of Oxton, esq.
For £9409. 4s. (1) & (2) to (3)
Lands in Oxton as detailed in schedule in deed.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/8  Apr 1879 - Apr 1880

Contents:
Correspondence concerning above purchase.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/9a - b  19 May 1879

Contents:
Two copies of writ of summons between John Henry Becher, Rev. William Becher, Edward French Becher, Rev.Joseph Walker and others: plaintiffs Elizabeth Susannah Becher, Rev.Thomas Coats Cane and Henry Sherbrooke: deforceants
To obtain confirmation of agreement made 1 Apr 1879.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/10a - b  23 May 1879

Contents:
Two copies of statement of claim delivered 23 May 1879:
John Henry Becher and others: plaintiffs Elizabeth Susanna Becher, Thomas Coats Cane, Henry Sherbrooke: deforceants.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/11a - b  8 July 1879

Contents:
Two copies of notice of motion. Parties as above.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/12a - c  8 July 1879

Contents:
Three copies of affidavits on behalf of the plaintiffs made by J.H. Becher and J.H.Bradwell.
Parties for case, as above.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/13  12 July 1879

Contents:
Minutes of decree. Parties as above.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/14  12 July 1879

Contents:
Brief on motion for judgement in above case.
For the defendant Henry Sherbrooke, Mr. Begs.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/15  12 July 1879

Contents:
Judgement in above case. Agreement to be in full force. Defendant to pay costs.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/16a-b  29 May 1879

Contents:
Two copies of instructions for counsel sent with title deeds and abstracts of title for Oxton estate.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/17  27 June 1879

Contents:
Counsel's opinion on title to Oxton estate to be purchased by Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/18a-b  13 Sept 1879

Contents:
Two copies of instructions to counsel to settle draft conveyance of Oxton estate to Mr. Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/19  July - Aug 1879

Contents:
Messrs. Newbold and Falkner's observations and requisitions on the title to Oxton estate on behalf of Mr. Sherbrooke, the purchaser.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/20  1 Jan 1880

Contents:
Accounts for purchase of estate at Oxton by Mr. Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/21  28 Jan 1880

Contents:
Copy of the succession duty account of John Henry Becher of Southwell on lands inherited by him from John Drake Becker.

[no title]  DD/SK/77/22  1883

Contents:
Abstract of the title of Henry Sherbrooke, esq. to a freehold estate at Oxton, late property of Becher.

Sale of land for burial ground in Oxton (Sherbrooke to Ecclesiastical Commissioners)  DD/SK/78/1-2  1866

[no title]  DD/SK/78/1  10 Mar 1866

Contents:
Copy of draft conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(2) Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England
(1) to (2)
23 p. land to enlarge churchyard of Oxton Parish Church. Plan attached.

[no title]  DD/SK/78/2  12 Apr 1866

Contents:
Certificate, from Messrs. Falkner and Newbold, confirming accuracy of title of Mr. Sherbrooke to land given by him to Ecclesiastical Commissioners. To be endorsed on abstract of title.

OXTON, COPYHOLD  DD/SK/79-90  1623-1849

Manor of Arnold, cottage and 5 ac. in Oxton (Plowman, Dawson, Singleton, Booth, Sherbrooke).  DD/SK/79/1-11  1623-1708

[no title]  DD/SK/79/1  3 Jan 1623

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold, William Deverell & Henry Sulley
3. Curia parva
4. Steward: William Fletcher
5. John Clark, on behalf of Thomas Plowman and Isabella, his wife: surrendered
6. William Dawson: admitted
7. Cottage, yard and hempland (38yds. x 36 yds.), 2 selions arable, 1 in Waterfurrowes in the Netherhatfield and other in the Netherfield near Claye pitts, in Oxton.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/79/2  10 May 1633

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold, William Deverell and Henry Sulley
3. V.F.P. Court
4. Steward: William Fletcher
5. William Dawson and wife Alice: surrendered
6. Edward Singleton and wife Elizabeth: admitted
7. Croft, 16yds. x 19yds. in Oxton, in exchange for 1 selion in the Netherfield called a Land Butt and 1 piece of land in the Netherfield called a Pole land.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/79/3  10 May 1633

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold, William Deverell and Henry Sulley
3. V.F.P. Court
4. Steward: William Fletcher
5. William Dawson and wife Alice: surrendered
6. Edward Singleton and wife Elizabeth: admitted
7. Croft, 16yds. x 19yds. in Oxton, in exchange for 1 selion in the Netherfield called a Land Butt and 1 piece of land in the Netherfield called a Pole land.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/79/4  15 Apr 1633

Contents:
Bond:
William Dawson of Oxton, labourer, bound in £60 to Edward Singleton of Oxton, distiller
Condition:- to afford peaceable possession of land surrendered as above.
Paper, Latin & English.

[no title]  DD/SK/79/5  14 Oct 1641

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll
2. Manor of Arnold, Henry Sulley
3. V.F.P. Court
4. Steward: Walter Edge, esq., gent.
5. William Dawson and wife Alice: surrendered
6. Edward Singleton and wife Elizabeth: admitted
7. cottage and strips in Oxton fields.
8. Fine - 12d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/79/6  14 Oct "1641"

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll
2. Manor of Arnold, Henry Sulley
3. V.F.P. Court
4. Steward: Walter Edge, esq., gent.
5. Edward Singleton, surrendered
6. Elizabeth Singleton, admitted, for life and after her death to son John Singleton
7. 2 selions land in Oxton fields.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/79/7  20 Oct "1646"

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll
2. Manor of Arnold, Henry Sulley
3. V.F.P. Court
4. Steward: Walter Edge, esq., gent.
5. Edward Singleton and wife Elizabeth: surrendered
6. John Singleton, son of above: admitted
7. Cottage and lands in Oxton fields.
8. Fine: 12d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/79/8  5 Oct 1649

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll
2. Manor of Arnold, Henry Sulley
3. V.F.P. Court
4. Steward: Walter Edge, esq., gent.
5. Robert Sherbrooke: surrendered
6. Thomas Sherbrooke: admitted
7. 2 selions land in Oxton (1a.).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/79/9  21 Jan 1707

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold. Richard Porter and others
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: John Wood, gent.
5. William Booth: surrendered
6. John Wilkinson and John Sturtevant: admitted and are to surrender again to Robert Sherbrooke
7. Cottage and 5 a. arable land in Oxton.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/79/10  3 Feb 1707/8

Contents:
Receipt for £41.1s.6d. received by William Booth of Robert Sherbrooke for a house and lands in Oxton, late property of Edward Singleton.

[no title]  DD/SK/79/11  n.d. c. 1707

Contents:
Rough draft for schedule of copyhold lands in Arnold held by Robert Sherbrooke.

Manor of Oxton Netherhall & Overhall, land in Oxton & Blidworth (Rumney, Collinson, Frost, Flint, Newbound, Blatherwick, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/80/1-10  1662-1745

[no title]  DD/SK/80/1  6 Oct 1662

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. John Andrew, gent.
3. Manor Court
4. Steward: William Grove
5. Henry Rumney and wife Elizabeth: surrendered
6. Samuel Rumney, son of above: admitted
7. Messuage and 2 leys in Blidworth.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/80/2  16 Nov 1688

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. John Andrew, gent.
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Fr. Wyld
5. John Morton and Lawrence Medlam, for Samuel Rumney and wife Anna: surrendered
6. Thomas Flint: admitted
7. Cottage, with appurtenances in Blidworth.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/80/3  10 Nov 1699

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. John Andrew, gent.
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: William Gosling
5. Thomas Collinson: surrendered
6. Thomas Flint: admitted
7. Messuage in Blidworth.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/80/4  26 Apr 1715

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Overhall. Elizabeth Tyson
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: J. Chappell
5. Feoffees of John Frost, surrendered
6. Thomas Flint, admitted
7. Lands in Blidworth
8. Fine - 1d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/80/5  2 Mar 1729

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll (mortgage for £60)
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. Hollis Pigott and others.
3. Customary court
4. Steward: Joseph Clay jnr.
5. Thomas Flint, surrendered
6. Richard Thompson, admitted
7. Cottage, croft, lands in Blidworth (2a.).
8. Fine - 2½d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/80/6  30 Mar 1733

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Overhall. George Prickett and others.
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: W. Seagrave
5. Thomas Flint and wife Mary, surrendered
6. Matthew Johnson and William Hather, (trustees of Timothy Newbound), admitted
7. Lands in Blidworth
8. Fine - 1d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/80/7  30 Mar 1733

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. Hollis Pigott and others
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Benjamin Clay, gent.
5. Richard Thompson, Thomas Flint and wife Mary surrendered
6. John Blatherwick and Thomas Cooper, admitted (in trust to fulfill Will of Timothy Newbound)
7. Cottage, croft, lands in Blidworth (2a.).
8. Fine - 2d.
Parch. English.

[no title]  DD/SK/80/8  28 Jan 1744

Contents:
Extract from Will of Timothy Newbound leaving copyhold messuages and lands in Blidworth to his third son Richard Newbound.

[no title]  DD/SK/80/9  24 July 1745

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. Hollis Pigott and others.
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Robert Wilmot, gent.
5a. John Blatherwick (trustee for Will of Timothy Newbound), surrendered
6a. Richard Newbound, admitted
5b. Richard Newbound and wife Mary, surrendered
6b. Henry Sherbrooke, admitted
7. Cottage, croft, lands in Blidworth (2a.).
8a. Fine - 2½d.
8b. Fine - 2½d.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/80/10  24 July 1745

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Overhall. William Stainforth
3. Customary court
4. Steward: William Seagrave
5a. William Hather (trustee for Will of Timothy Newbound), surrendered
6a. Richard Newbound, admitted
5b. Richard Newbound and wife Mary, surrendered
6b. Henry Sherbrooke, admitted
7. Land in Blidworth
8a. Fine - 1d.
8b. Fine 1d.

Manor of Oxton Netherhall, land in Oxton (Greaves, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/81/1  1732

[no title]  DD/SK/81/1  14 Apr 1732

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. Hollis Pigot & others
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Benjamin Clay
5. Samuel Greaves and wife Anna, surrendered
6. Nathaniel Simpson and John Blatherwick (trustees for Henry Sherbrooke), admitted
7. Strips in fields in Oxton (4a.).
8. Fine - 6d.
Parch., Latin.

Manor of Oxton Netherhall, land in Blidworth fields (Gramer, Wakefield, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/82/1-3  1711-1750

[no title]  DD/SK/82/1  22 Oct 1711

Contents:
1. Copy court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. John Andrews
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: William Andrews, gent.
5. Jacob Gramer, surrendered
6. John Wakefield and wife Mary, admitted
7. Strips in Blidworth fields
8. Fine - 2d.
Parch., Latin & English.

[no title]  DD/SK/82/2  16 Apr 1750

Contents:
1. Copy court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall, Hoolis Pigot & others
3. As DD/SK/82/1 above
4. Steward: Francis Turner, gent.
5. William Wakefield son of John Wakefield, Mary Wakefield, mother of W.W. and widow of J.W., surrendered
6. Henry Sherbrooke, admitted
7. Strips in Blidworth fields.
8. Fine - 2d.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/82/3  16 Apr 1750

Contents:
Bond:
Mary Wakefield of Blidworth and son William Wakefield bound in £28 to Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
Condition: that surrender shall be fully executed
(see DD/SK/82/2)
Mark, seal of M.W., sig., seal of W.W.

Manor of Oxton Netherhall, cottage and closes in Oxton (Blatherwick, Harvey, Heansworth, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/83/1-3  1774-1780

[no title]  DD/SK/83/1  4 Apr 1774

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll (mortgage for £160)
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. William Becher, clerk
3. Court Leet
4. Steward: William Clay, gent.
5. John Blathereick and wife Sarah, surrendered
6. William Harvey, admitted
7. Cottage with croft and other appurtenances in Oxton
8. Fine - 2d.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/83/2  23 Aug 1776

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll (mortgage for £160)
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. William Becher, clerk
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: William Clay
5. William Harvey, surrendered
6a. John Blatherwick, admitted
5b. John Blatherwick, surrendered
6b. Samuel Heansworth, admitted
7. Cottage, with croft etc. in Oxton.
8a. Fine - 2d.
8b. Fine - 2d.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/83/3  4 Apr 1780

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll (mortgage for £160)
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. William Becher, clerk
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: William Clay
5. Samuel Heansworth and wife Mary, surrendered
6. Margaret Sherbrooke of Oxton, widow, admitted
7. Cottage and croft and Spencer close, Oxton.
Parch.

Manor of Oxton Netherhall, Lothill Close (Bagguley, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/84/1-2  1776-1830

[no title]  DD/SK/84/1  25 Apr 1776; 31 Mar 1777

Contents:
Copy of Will of Elizabeth Scotharn leaving meadow, pasture, and arable land in Oxton to grand-daughter, Mary Baguley
and
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. William Becher, clerk
3. Court Leet and Court Baron
4. Steward: W. Clay
5.
6. Mary Baggaly, grand-daughter and devisee in Will of E.S. above dec'd.: admitted
Fine - 7d.

[no title]  DD/SK/84/2  12 Apr 1830

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. Elizabeth Becher & others
3. Court Leet and Court Baron
4. Steward: William Hodgson Barrow, gent.
5. Mary Baguley of Oxton, widow, surrendered
6. William Sherbrooke, admitted
7. Lands in Oxton fields.
8. fine - 4d.

Manor of Oxton Netherhall, Toothall Wong (Lamb, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/85/1-3  1815-1831

[no title]  DD/SK/85/1  27 Mar 1815

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. William Becher
3. Court Leet and Court Baron
4. Steward: George Hodgkinson Barrow, gent.
5.
6. John Lamb, framework-knitter, admitted
7. Toottall Wong in Windmillfield, Oxton.
8. Fine - 1d.

[no title]  DD/SK/85/2  1824

Contents:
Abstract of the title of John Lamb to Toothill (alias Toottall) Wong, Oxton.

[no title]  DD/SK/85/3  4 Apr 1831

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Netherhall. Elizabeth Becher & others
3. Court Leet and Court Baron
4. Steward: William Hodgson Barrow, gent.
5. John Lamb Of Oxton, yeo., surrendered
6. William Sherbrooke, admitted
7. Toothall Wong, Oxton (1a.).
8. Fine - 1d.

Manor of Oxton Overhall, land in fields (Ashbury, Heansworth, Heath, Barrett  DD/SK/86/1-7  1787-1830

[no title]  DD/SK/86/1-2  1 & 2 Jan 1787

Contents:
Copy of lease and release for marriage settlement:
(1) John Barrett of Calverton, yeo.
(2) Mary Heansworth of Blidworth, widow
(3) John Nicholson of Blidworth, farmer and Jonathan Toule of Watnall, farmer
(1) to (3)
Messuage in Calverton and Henshaw close, Nunwell Close, Woodside close and Pinfold close (14a.), and 16 a. of inclosed land in Calverton. To (3) in trust for (1) & (2) and heirs
(2) to (3)
Messuage at Oxton and 2 Middlefield closes, 2 Moorfield closes, 2 Strawberry closes, Balker close, Calverton Close and Hatfield close (44a.). To (3) in trust for (1) & (2) and heirs. (2) covenants to surrender copyhold land to use of (1) and (2) & heirs.

[no title]  DD/SK/86/3  1830

Contents:
Abstract of the title of Mary Heansworth to copyhold land in Oxton, quoting 4 deeds 1780 - 1786.

[no title]  DD/SK/86/4  n.d. c. 1830

Contents:
Pedigree of Heath, Nicholson, Wilson family of Blidworth and Calverton. 4 generations.

[no title]  DD/SK/86/5  24 Apr 1830

Contents:
Affidavit of Joseph Winfield of Blidworth confirming the above pedigree, drawn up concerning Heath's title to lands in Oxton.

[no title]  DD/SK/86/6  28 Dec 1827

Contents:
Affidavit of James Harvey of Oxton concerning copyhold land in Oxton open fields which were in possession of Samuel Heansworth until his death in Sept 1785.

[no title]  DD/SK/86/7  26 May 1819

Contents:
Copy of Will of William Heath of Blidworth, gent., leaving all his lands etc. in Blidworth and Oxton to his father John Heath.

Manor of Oxton Overhall, 3 cottages (Chapman, Trueman, Coape, Ward)  DD/SK/87/1-7  1834-1844

[no title]  DD/SK/87/1  15 Aug 1854

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll.
2. Manor of Oxton Overhall. Ann Sherbrooke
3. Customary court
4. Steward: Caractacus D'Aubigney Shilton, gent.
5.
6. Mary Chapman of Oxton, spin., admitted
7. 3 cottages in Oxton.
8. Fine - 6d.

[no title]  DD/SK/87/2  3 Feb 1843

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll.
2. Manor of Oxton Overhall. Ann Sherbrooke
3. Customary court
4. Steward: Caractacus D'Aubigney Shilton, gent
5. Henry Smith of Wilford (son and heir of Samuel Smith dec'd., trustee of Will of Jonathan Trueman), Elizabeth and Charlotte Thick, both of Duke Staff., Nr. Portland Chapel, Mdx., daughters of Elizabeth Trueman devisee in Will of Jonathan Trueman), surrendered
6. Mary Ward (late Chapman), admitted
7. 3 cottages in Oxton
8. Fine - 6d.

[no title]  DD/SK/87/3  8 Apr 1844

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll.
2. Manor of Oxton Overhall. Ann Sherbrooke
3. Court Baron and Customary court
4. Steward: Caractacus D'Aubigney Shilton, gent
5. James Ward of Edinwstone and wife Mary, surrendered
6. Henry Coape, esq., admitted
7. 3 cottages in Oxton
8. Fine - 6d.

[no title]  DD/SK/87/4  1844

Contents:
Abstract of the title of Mrs. Mary Ward to 3 tenements in Oxton, copyhold of Manor of Oxton Overhall, quoting 3 deeds from 1812-34.

[no title]  DD/SK/87/5  27 Mar - 1 Apr 1844

Contents:
2 letters from Philip W. Dodd at Southwell to Messrs. Perry, Smith and Perry concerning above 3 cottages in Oxton.

[no title]  DD/SK/87/6a-b  n.d. c. 1844; 4 Aprl. 1844

Contents:
a. Copy of entry in Blidworth Parish register recording burial of Mary Chapman on 1 May 1822
b. Copy of entry in Haxey (Lincs.) parish registers recording marriage of James Ward of Edwinstowe and Mary Chapman of Haxey on 11 Jan 1842.

[no title]  DD/SK/87/7  18 Mar 1844

Contents:
Notice for sale by auction on 18 Mar 1844 of 3 cottages in Oxton, copyhold of Manor of Oxton Overhall and agreement for sale to Mr. John Cooke for £230.

Manor of Oxton Netherhall, Hopwells etc. (Cottingham, Lamb, Adams, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/88/1-4  1812-1845

[no title]  DD/SK/88/1  20 Oct 1812

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Netherhall. William Becher & wife Elizabeth
3. Customary Court & Court Baron
4. Steward: William Clay
5. William Cottingham, the younger, butcher, surrendered
6. John Adam of Oxton, frame-work knitter, admitted
7. Great Hopwell land in the Netherfield (½a.) and Narrow Moor land in Moor field (3r.), Oxton
8. Fine - 5d.

[no title]  DD/SK/88/2  27 Mar 1815

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Netherhall. William Becher & wife Elizabeth
3. Court Leet and Court Baron
4. Steward: George Hodgkinson Barrow
5. William Lamb of Hockerton, farmer, surrendered to Will
6. William Lamb, above, admitted
7. Land called Hoppells, in the Netherfield, Oxton (1½a.).
8. Fine - 1d.

[no title]  DD/SK/88/3  19 Apr 1824

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Netherhall. Elizabeth Becher & others
3. Customary court and Court Baron
4. Steward: George Hodgkinson Barrow
5. William Lamb, of Hockerton, surrendered
6. John Adams, admitted
7. Property as DD/SK/88/2 above
8. Fine - 1d.

[no title]  DD/SK/88/4  24 Mar 1845

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Netherhall. Thomas Becher & others
3. Customary court and Court Baron
4. Steward: George Hodgkinson Barrow
5. John Adams, surrendered
6. Ann Sherbrooke of Oxton, widow, admitted
7. Close and a half called Hoppells, Great Hopwell land in the Netherfield (½a.), and Narrow Moor land in the Moorfield (3r.), Oxton.

Manors of Oxton Overhall & Netherhall, land in Greaves Close (Jackson, Stanhope, Harding, Charge)  DD/SK/89/1-13  1756-1849

[no title]  DD/SK/89/1  19 Apr 1756

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Overhall, William Stainforth, esq.
3. Court Baron & Customary Court
4. Steward: William Seagrave, gent.
5.
6. William Jackson, son & heir of Susannah Jackson, widow, admitted
7. Long close in the Greaves, Oxton
8. Fine - 6d.

[no title]  DD/SK/89/2  19 Aug 1765

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Overhall, William Stainforth, esq.
3. Customary Court
4. Steward: William Seagrave, gent.
5. & 6. Charlotte Stanhope, heir of Wm. Jackson dec'd. admitted and surrendered to Will
7. Copyhold land of Wm. Jackson, as above
8. Fine - 6d.

[no title]  DD/SK/89/3  3 Oct 1788

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Overhall. Everilda Stainforth, widow
3. Customary Court
4. Steward: Robert Seagrave
5. & 6. Wm. Harding of Chesterfield, gent. (devisee in Will of late Charlotte Stanhope) admitted and surrendered to Will
7. Copyhold land, once held by Charlotte Stanhope, heir of Wm. Jackson dec'd. admitted and surrendered to Will
8. Fine - 6d.

[no title]  DD/SK/89/4  14 June 1794

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Overhall. Francis Mercier & wife Everilda
3. Customary court
4. Steward: Charles Twells
5. & 6. Mary Harding, widow (devisee in Will of William Harding) admitted and surrendered to Will
7. Copyhold land, once held by W.M. as above
8. Fine - 6d.

[no title]  DD/SK/89/5  17 May 1830

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Overhall. William Sherbrooke, esq.
3. Customary court
4. Steward: Caractacus D'Aubigney Shilton, gent.
5.
6. John Charge of Chesterfield, devisee in Will of late Mary Harding, admitted
7. Copyhold land, once held by M.H. in Oxton
8. Fine - 6d.

[no title]  DD/SK/89/6  19 Apr 1756

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. Hollis Pigot & others
3. Court Leet and Court Baron
4. Steward: William Clay, gent.
5.
6. William Jackson of Nottm., gent., admitted
7. Long close in the Greaves, Oxton
8. Fine - 6d.

[no title]  DD/SK/89/7  19 Aug 1765

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. Elizabeth Drake, widow & others
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: William Clay
5. & 6. Charlotte Stanhope, heir of William Jackson, dec'd, admitted and surrendered to Will
7. Property as above
8. Fine - 6d.

[no title]  DD/SK/89/8  3 Oct 1788

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. Wm. Becher & wife Elizabeth
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: William Clay
5. & 6. William Harding of Chesterfield, gent., devisee in Will of Charlotte Stanhope dec'd., admitted and surrendered to Will
7. Property as above
8. Fine - 6d.

[no title]  DD/SK/89/9  14 June 1794

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. Wm. Becher & wife Elizabeth
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: William Clay
5. & 6. Mary Harding, widow and devisee in Will of late William Harding, admitted and surrendered to Will
7. Property as above
8. Fine - 6d.

[no title]  DD/SK/89/10  17 May 1830

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Oxton Netherhall. Elizabeth Becher & others
3. Customary court & court Baron
4. Steward: William Hodgson Barrow, gent.
5.
6. John Charge, devisee in Will of late Mary Harding, admitted
7. Property as above
8. Fine - 6d.

[no title]  DD/SK/89/11  1848

Contents:
Abstract of title to a close of land called the Long close at Greaves Lane in the Manors of Oxton Netherhall and Oxton Overhall, late belonging to Mary Harding dec'd. See DD/SK/89/1-10.

[no title]  DD/SK/89/12  n.d. c. 1849

Contents:
Copy of condition for sale of lands in Oxton as above, and memo. of Henry Sherbrooke's agreement to purchase Lot 5 for £40 an acre.

[no title]  DD/SK/89/13  26 Mar 1849

Contents:
1. Surrender out of court.
2. Manor of Oxton Netherhall
3.
4. Steward: George Hodgkinson Barrow
5. John Charge, devisee of Will of late Mary Harding, surrendered
6. William Fane of Lincoln's Inn, in trust for Henry Sherbrooke, admitted
7. Long close in the Greaves, Oxton.

Cottages, closes, etc. (Sherbrooke, Howett, Lowe)  DD/SK/90/1-10  1807-1849

[no title]  DD/SK/90/1  30 Mar 1807

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Overhall. Everilda Mercier, widow
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Charles Twells
William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. admitted tenant to messuages, cottages, lands etc. in Oxton & Blidworth formerly held by Henry Sherbrooke, dec'd., and surrendered. Caractacus D'Aubigney Shilton admitted tenant to above land. John Heath recovered above land from Shilton. First vouchee W.S., second vouchee Henry Patching. J.H., C.D'A.S. and W.S. surrendered above land to uses of William Sherbrooke's Will.

[no title]  DD/SK/90/2  8 June 1821 pr. 29 Nov 1821

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of John Howett of Oxton leaving copyhold property and lands to wife Ann.
Tag., seal of Southwell Chapter. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/90/3  7 Aug 1837

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Netherhall. Elizabeth Becher & others
3. Customary court and Court Baron
4. Steward: George Hodgkinson Barrow
5.
6. Ann Howett, widow, and devisee in Will of John Howett, dec'd., admitted
7. Copyhold premises late in ten. of J.H. in Oxton.
8. Fine - 1d.

[no title]  DD/SK/90/4  7 Aug 1837

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Netherhall. Elizabeth Becher & others
3. Customary court and Court Baron
4. Steward: George Hodgkinson Barrow
5. Ann Howett and William Howett, miller, son and heir of late John Howett, miller, surrendered
6. Rev. Robert Loweof Bingham, admitted
7. 12 butts in Moorfield and other copyhold land late of J.H. in Oxton
8. Fine - 1d.

[no title]  DD/SK/90/5  15 July 1833

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Netherhall. Elizabeth Becher & others
3. Customary court and Court Baron
4. Steward: George Hodgkinson Barrow
Henry Coape, only surviving son of William Coape Sherbrooke, esq. and wife Sarah, admitted tenant to cottage (late in occ. of George Blatherwick) with croft etc. adjoining. Spencer close (2a.), Stubbwood Close (3r.), Toothill Butt in the Windmill field and all other cottages, lands in Oxton surrendered by Samuel Heansworth and wife Mary to Margaret Sherbrooke on 4 Apr 1780. Henry Coape surrendered above property. Philip Richard Falkner, admitted tenant. Rev. Robert Lowe recovered above property from Falkner. First Vouchee Henry Coape, second Vouchee Thomas Greaves. Robert Lowe, Philip Richard Falkner and Henry Coape surrendered. Henry Coape admitted tenant to above property. Fine 6d. Henry Coape surrendered, Robert Lowe and William Wylde, devisees in Will of William Sherbrooke, admitted. Fine 6d.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/90/6  15 July 1833

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Netherhall, Elizabeth Becher & others
3. Customary court and Court Baron
4. Steward: George Hodgkinson Barrow
5.
6. Rev. Robert Lowe of Bingham and William Wylde of Southwell (devisees in trust in Will of William Sherbrooke dec'd.), admitted
7. Copyhold messuages and lands in Oxton, late in ten. of William Sherbrooke dec'd.
8. Fine - £1.13.6½d.

[no title]  DD/SK/90/7  16 Apr 1838

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Netherhall. Elizabeth Becher & others
3. Court Leet and Court Baron
4. Steward: George Lodgkinson Barrow
5. William Clay of Woodborough, son & heir in Will of late Richard Clay, admitted and surrendered
6. Rev. Robert Lowe, admitted
7. Messuages, lands in Oxton, late held by late R.C.
8. Fine - 1d.

[no title]  DD/SK/90/8  7 May 1846

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Netherhall. John Thomas Becher & others
3. Customary Court & Court Baron
4. Steward: George Hodgkinson Barrow
5.
6. Henry Porter Lower of Calverton (devisee in fee in Will of late Rev. Robert Lowe), admitted
7. Messuage, lands in Oxton, late of Rev. R.L.
8. Fine - 1d.

[no title]  DD/SK/90/9  4 July 1849

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Overhall
3.
4. Steward: Caracactacus d'Aubigney Shilton, gent.
6. Rev. Edward Walter Lowe of Northwingfield, Derbs. (devisee in Will of late Henry Sherbrooke), admitted
7. Lands in Oxton, as devised by Will of H.S.
8. Fine - 2d.

[no title]  DD/SK/90/10  10 July 1849

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll
2. Manor of Oxton Netherhall
3.
4. Steward: George Hodgkinson Barrow
5.
6. Rev. Edward Walker Lowe, admitted
7. Lands in Oxton as devised by Will of Henry Sherbrooke.
8. Fine - 4d.

ARNOLD  DD/SK/91-111  1588-1858

Manor (Kynnersley to Taylor & Thompson)  DD/SK/91a/1-2  1588-1737

[no title]  DD/SK/91a/1  4 Jan 1588

Contents:
Indenture, marriage settlement
(1) Nicholas Kynnersley of Arnold, gent.
(2) Richard Taylor of Basford and Richard Thomson of Arnold, husbandmen
(1) to (2)
Manor of Arnold with appurtenances.
For use of (1) for life and then for use of Alice (nee Sullye) and Thomas Chedd and their heirs.
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/91a/2  11 Mar 1737

Contents:
Schedule of deeds and opinion of W. Makepeace for title to house and lands in Arnold.

244 ac. Assarts (Elye, Lucy, Ascough)  DD/SK/91a/3  1614

[no title]  DD/SK/91a/3  2 Mar 1614

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and sale, enrolled:
(1) Thomas Elye, Nicholas Lucye of London, gent.
(2) Edward Ayscough, esq. of Grays Inn
For £100 paid by (2) to (1) for use of sovereign and for 20/- paid by (2) to (1) for use of (1), (1) to (2) 244 a. land in Sherwood Forest, formerly granted to (1) by letters patent.
Sigs., tags, seals of (1). Parch.

Manor (Buxton, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/91a/4  1682

[no title]  DD/SK/91a/4  11 Dec 1682

Contents:
Deed poll, assignment of rights:
(1) John Buxton of Nottm., hickler
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(1) to (2)
rights to and interests in Manor of Arnold. For use of (2).
Sig., tag. seal of (1).
Parch.

16 lands in fields (Pierrepont, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/91b/1-7  1663-1672

[no title]  DD/SK/91b/1  18 Sept 1663

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) Hon. George Pierrepont of Oldcotes, Derbs., esq.
(6th son of Earl of Kingston-upon-Hull)
(2) Hon. William Pierrepont of Thoresby, esq.
(2nd son of Earl of Kingston)
(3) John Scrimshire of Cotgrave, gent., Richard Norton, gent., servant of (2)
For competent sum of money, (1) to (3) in trust for (2) Messuage and 3 closes (19a.2r.12p.), messuage and 5 closes (42a.1.28p.) in Middleton and Rothwell, Yorks. For 500 years at peppercorn rent, provided (2) does not gain possession of those lands at Arnold let by him to Thomas Freeman for 500 years and of those lands let to Robert Higglesworth for 99 years.
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/91b/2-3  26 & 27 Mar 1672

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Hon. William Pierrepont, of Thoresby, esq.
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £600, (1) to (2)
16 lands in Arnold (1a.1r.) Swinehouse close (7a.), 3 lands in the Swinehouse field, 5 lands in Tavell field and 5 lands in Park field (3a.), Broomhill close (14a.), Bare or Open Swinehouse pasture (110a.), 2 selions in Swinehouse field, 3 selions in Tavell field, 1 selion in Park field.
For use of (2).
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/91b/4  18 May 1672

Contents:
Receipt for £600 received by W. Pierrepont from Rbt. Sherbrooke for land as above.
Sig, tag, seal of W.P. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/91b/5  18 May 1672

Contents:
Receipt for £1,000 received by W.P. from R.S., both as above, for copyhold lands bought by W.P. from R.S.
Sig., seal of W.P. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/91b/6  21 May 1672

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of mortgage:
(1) Hon. Wm. Pierrepont, Michael Scrimshire of London, goldsmith
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(3) Thomas Porter, gent. and Ralph Bennett, mercer, both of Nottm. (trustees for 2)
(1) to (3) in trust for (2)
Property as DD/SK/91b/1 above. For (3) in trust for (2) for remainder of 500 years.
Sigs., tags, seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/91b/7  16 Sept 1672

Contents:
Deed poll, quitclaim:
(1) Hon Wm. Pierrepont
(2) Robert Sherbrooke
(1) to (2) any claim of (1) to Manor of Arnold.
Sig., tag, seal of (1).

House, Mill Close, lands (Fillingham, Jackson, Lupton, Rother, Heywood, Chadwick, Rudder, Johnson, Smith, Hallam, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/92/1-16  1624-1707

[no title]  DD/SK/92/1  1 Aug 1624

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of a feoffment:
(1) Thomas Fillingham of Cropwell, yeo.
(2) George Jackson of Arnold, husbandman
(1) to (2)
Toft in Arnold with all houses and woods etc. belonging.
For use of (2) for life and then for son Thomas.
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/92/2  15 Nov 1658

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of a bargain & sale:
(1) John Lupton of Arnold, husbandman
(2) John Pinder of Arnold, labourer
For 50/-, (1) to (2)
Selion of land in Arnold.
For use of (2).
Endorsed with delivery of seisin.
Mark, tag, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/92/3  20 Mar 1673

Contents:
Deed poll, grant:
(1) Nathaniel Need of Arnold, yeo. and Valentine Johnson of Arnold, yeo.
(2) John Rudder of Arnold, yeo.
For £5.10s.; (1) to (2)
selion of land in the Swinehouse field on Breckwelldale furlong and 2 lands in Parkfield on Maydendale in Arnold.
For use of (2).
Sigs., tags, seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/92/4  25 Mar 1679

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of a feoffment:
(1) Daniell Chadwicke of Arnold, clerk, & wife Mary
(2) John Rudder of Arnold, labourer
For £30, (1) to (2)
Close in Arnold now in occ. of (2).
For use of (2).
Sigs., tag, seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/92/5  25 Mar 1679

Contents:
Bond: Daniel Chadwick, of Arnold, clerk, bound in £60 to John Rudder, of Arnold, labourer.
Condition: to observe covenant of even date (see DD/SK/92/4).
Sig., seal of D.C.
Paper, Latin & English.

[no title]  DD/SK/92/6  19 Apr 1685 pr.24 June 1685

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of John Rother of Arnold, labourer, leaving cottage, lands and goods to wife and daughter and appointing Nicholas Man of Clipston, exor.
Seal of Chapter of York. Parch., Latin & English.

[no title]  DD/SK/92/7-8  19 & 20 Mar 1673

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Joseph Smyth of Nottm., tanner
(2) George Hallam of Arnold, yeo.
For £67, (1) to (2)
messuage and croft (1½a.) with all appurtenances in Arnold. For use of (2) at annual rent of 4/-. Held of Chief Lord of the Fee.
Sig., tag, seal of (1).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/92/9  25 Apr 1687; pr. 26 May 1687

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of George Hallam of Arnold, husbandman, leaving house and property to wife for life and appointing son George as exor.
Seal of Chapter of York. Parch., English & Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/92/10-11  16 & 17 Oct 1705

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage in form of lease for a year and release:
(1) George Hallam of Hucknall Torkard, yeo. & wife Alice
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £50, (1) to (2)
messuage and croft (1½a.) with appurtenances in Arnold and close in Arnold purchased from Daniel Chadwick by John Rudder dec'd father of A.H.
For use of (2), if (1) does not repay mortgage plus interest by 17 Oct 1706.
Endorsed with receipt.
Sig. of G.H., mark of A.H. Seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/92/12  17 Oct 1705

Contents:
Bond: George Hallam bound in £100 to Henry Sherbrooke
Condition:- repayment of mortgage and interest on property (see DD/SK/92/10-11).
Sig., seal of G.H.

[no title]  DD/SK/92/13  24 Nov 1705 (Quin. Martini 1705)

Contents:
Final concord, left hand indenture:
William Thorpe gent.: quer
George Hall and wife Alice, Hacker Crough and wife Ann, John Plumb: deforceant
2 messuages, 1 cottage, 2 gardens, 18a. arable, 15a. meadow, 32a. pasture and common pasture in Arnold, Lambley and Wilford.
£100.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/92/14  1 Dec 1705

Contents:
Deed poll, further mortgage:
(1) George Hallam and wife Alice
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
£20 paid by (2) to (1), further mortgage on security of same property as former mortgage (see DD/SK/92/10 & 11).
Sig., seal of G.H., mark, seal of A.H.

[no title]  DD/SK/92/15  8 Apr 1706

Contents:
Deed poll, further mortgage:
(1) George Hallam and wife Alice
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
£10 paid by (2) to (1), further mortgage on security of same property as former mortgage.
(see DD/SK/92/10 & 11).
Sig., seal of G.H., mark, seal of A.H.

[no title]  DD/SK/92/16  19 May 1707

Contents:
Indenture, quitclaim to mortgaged lands:
(1) George Hallan and wife Alice, as above
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
For further £70, (1) to (2) lands as in DD/SK/92/10 & 11 mortgaged by (2) to (1) for £70.
Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of G.H., mark, seal of A.H. Parch.

Mill Close (Need, Hallam, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/93/1-6  1694 - 1706

[no title]  DD/SK/93/1-2  10 & 11 Jan 1694

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Samuel Need of Arnold, husbandman, and wife Dorothy
(2) George Hallam of Hempsall, Greasley, yeo.
For £21,15s., (1) to (2)
Mill close in Arnold.
For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Marks, tags, seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/93/3  10 Jan 1704

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) George Hallam
(2) Richard Watkinson of Nottm., gent.
For £13.5s., (1) to (2)
Property as above.
For use of (2) for 1,000 years at peppercorn rent if (1) does not repay mortgage + interest by 10 July next.
Sig., seal of (1). Paper.

[no title]  DD/SK/93/4-5  31 May & 1 June 1706

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of mortgage to clear, in form of lease and release:
(1) George Hallam and wife Alice & Richard Watkinson.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £10 paid by (2) to G.H. and A.H. and for £20 paid by (2) to R.W., (1) to (2)
Property as above.
For use of (2). Receipts for £10 and for £20 with sigs. of (1) at foot.
Mark, seal of A.H., sigs., seals of G.H. and R.W. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/93/6  9 Nov 1706

Contents:
Bond:
George Hallam bound in £60 to Henry Sherbrooke.
Condition: to indemnify land release by G.H. to H.S. against dower of Alice, wife of G.H. above., should she survive him.

4 cottages (Wilson, etc. Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/94/1  1732

[no title]  DD/SK/94/1  21 Mar 1732

Contents:
Indenture: lease, release missing:
(1) Martha Wilson late of Arnold, now Nottm., spin., Charles Dolby of London, packer and wife Dorothy, Mary Wilson of Nuthall, spin., Luke Jackson of Nuthall, yeo and wife Anne, Francis Barber of Greasley Castle, and Thomas Lamb of Nottm., gents.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq., Robert Wilkinson and William Newham both of Arnold, yeos.
(1) to (2), 4 cottages in Rue croft, Arnold, late property of Charles Wilson, dec'd., the father of M.W., D.D., M.W. and A.J. above. For use of (2) for 1 year at peppercorn rent.
Sigs., seals of (1). Parch.

Assart Rent (Bathhurst, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/95/1  1735

[no title]  DD/SK/95/1  10 June 1735

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale, not inrolled:
(1) Hon.Allen Lord Bathurst, Baron of Battlesden, Beds., and Hon Lady Katherine, his wife (sister & heir of Peter Apsley, esq., dec'd., late son and heir of Sir Peter Apsley, kt. dec'd.)
(2) Henry Sherbrooke, of Oxton, esq.
For £18.15s., (1) to (2) assart rent of 15/- payable for 110 a. meadow or pasture in Arnold. For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1). Parch.

Copyhold land (Barber, Sturtivant, Leaver, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/96/1-7  1733-1760

[no title]  DD/SK/96/1  8 June 1733

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold. Richard Porter, esq.
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: William Thorp, gent.
5. Francis Barber, gent. and Edward Barber, mercer - surrendered
6. John Barber - admitted
7. Messuage in ten. of J.B. and arable meadow and pasture belonging (31 a.) in Arnold.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/96/2  8 June 1733

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold. Richard Porter, esq.
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: William Thorp, gent.
5. Francis Barber, gent. and Edward Barber, mercer - surrendered
6. John Sturtivant admitted, on payment of £120 (mortgage) and interest to Margaret Gelsthorpe and Frances Gelsthorpe
7. Ox close (15 a.) in Arnold.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/96/3  8 June 1733

Contents:
Bond:
John Sturtivant of Arnold, yeo. bound in £240 to Margaret and Frances Gelsthorpe of Arnold, spins.
Condition: payment of £120 + interest by 8 Dec next.

[no title]  DD/SK/96/4  16 June 1741

Contents:
Deed poll: release:
(1) Frances Gelsthorpe, of Arnold, spins.
(2) John Sturtevant, of Arnold, yeo.
For £120, formerly borrowed by (2) from (1) and now repair, (1) to (2)
Ox close in Arnold (15 a.).
Sig., seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/96/5  16 June 1741

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold. Richard Porter, esq.
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: John Thorp, gent.
5. John Sturtevant - surrendered
6. John Leaver, the younger, admitted and surrendered to uses of Will
7. Ox close (15 a.) in Arnold.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/96/6  26 July 1757

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold. William Coape Sherbrooke, esq. and others.
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: William Cock, gent.
5. John Leaver of Nottm., surrendered
6. Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton and James Huthwaite - admitted, in trust to perform
Will of Sarah, wife of W.C.S.
7. Ox close (15 a.) in Arnold.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/96/7  n.d. c. 1760

Contents:
Abstract of title of Mr. Coap to Ox close in Arnold, quoting DD/SK/96/1-6.

Exchange (Drury, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/97/1  1741

[no title]  DD/SK/97/1  6 Nov 1741

Contents:
Memorandum of an exchange:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke, esq.
(2) Mr. Drury
(1) to (2)
3 lands in the Tavil field on Lankbuts furlong, Arnold.
(2) to (1)
4 lands in the Tavil field on Tenters furlong, 1 land in Swinehouse field on Woolertaw furlong, and the Hade in Cesar Jones close. Sig. of (1).

Messuages, cottages, lands; royalties of Manor (Gibson, Wildbore, Wingfield, Hubbard, Trigg, Thorp, Wilson, Newbold, Langford, Revill, Sherbrooke).  DD/SK/98/1-40  1682-1759

[no title]  DD/SK/98/1  8 Nov 1682

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage (in form of lease & release, lease missing):
(1) Thomas Gybson of Arnold, yeo.
(2) Elizabeth Gylby of Chaworth, spin.
For £60, (1) to (2)
Rowe croft close (4 a.) and Lee close (13 a.) in Arnold.
For use of (2) if (1) does not repay mortgage with interest by 8 Nov 1683.
Tag. of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/2  7 July 1684

Contents:
Indenture, lease (release missing) assigning mortgage:
(1) Elizabeth Gilby, of Chaworth, spin and Thomas Gibson, of Arnold, yeo.
(2) Mary Andrews of Arnold, widow
(1) to (2)
Property as above.
For use of (2) for 1 year.
Sigs., tags, seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/3  25 Mar 1700

Contents:
Indenture tripartite, release assigning mortgage: (lease missing):
(1) Mary Andrews, of Arnold, widow
(2) Thomas Gibson, of Arnold, yeo., and son and heir Henry Gibson
(3) Robert Harewell of Nottm., gent.
For £100 paid by (3) to (1) and for 5/- paid by (3) to each of (2). (1) and (2) to (3)
Property as above.
For use of (3), if (2) does not repay mortgage + interest, in all £103, by 29 Sept next.
Endorsed with receipt for £100 with sig. of (1).
Sigs., tags, seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/4  28 Sept 1702

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 1 year, release missing:
(1) Thomas and Henry Gibson, both of Arnold
(2) Edward Wildbore of Nottm., yeo.
(1) to (2)
messuage with croft in possession of (1), Rowcroft close and Lee close in Arnold.
For use of (2).
Sigs., seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/5  23 Nov 1724

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) Henry Wingfield of Arnold, cordwainer
(2) Richard Hubbart of Nottm., grocer
For £20, (1) to (2)
cottage and croft called the Orchard, Arnold, ½a., recently purchased by (1) from Henry Gibson and wife Mary. For use of (2) for 500 years, if (1) does not repay mortgage + interest £20.10s. by 23 May next.
Endorsed with receipt for £20 with sig. of (1).
Sig. of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/6-7  19 & 20 Apr 1727

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) William Thorp of Nottm., gent.
(2) Thomas Trigg of Nottm., gent, and alderman
For £70, (1) to (2)
Cottage, late in occ. of John Cooke, part of a messuage recently purchased by (1) from Henry Gibson and ½ oxgang royalty belonging to messuage. For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/8-9  27 & 29 May 1727

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Henry Gibson of Arnold, yeo. and wife Mary
(2) Thomas Trigg, of Nottm., gent, and alderman
For £70 (1) to (2)
Messuage, garden, orchard in Arnold, in occ. of (1) and oxgang of royalty belonging. For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/10-11  25 & 26 Nov 1728

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Thomas Wilson of Sutton Bonington, clerk and wife Dorothy
(2) Thomas Trigg, of Nottm., gent, and alderman
For £7, (1) to (2)
1 ley of land in Lower Peartree Hill close, Arnold.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/12  26 Nov 1728

Contents:
Bond:
Thomas Wilson bound in £7 to Thomas Trigg.
Condition: to observe covenant of even date (see DD/SK/98/10 & 11 above).
Sig., seal of T.W. Paper, Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/13  19 Nov 1728

Contents:
Indenture, release, lease missing:
(1) Matthew Newbold of Nottm., innholder
(2) Thomas Trigg, of Nottm., gent, and alderman
For £45, (1) to (2)
cottage and croft called the Orchard, on which it stands, ½a. recently purchased by (1) from Richard Hubbard (see DD/SK/98/5 overleaf). For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/14-15  29 & 30 Sept 1730

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Tirwhitt Gibson of Newark, butcher
(2) Thomas Trigg, of Nottm., gent, and alderman
For £190, (1) to (2)
Cottage in Arnold in occ. of Joseph Fairfield with close adjoining called Rood croft (4 a.).
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/16-17  23 & 24 Feb 1736

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage, in form of lease & release:
(1) Thomas Trigg, of Nottm., gent, and alderman
(2) John Brittan of Chesterfield, Derbs., gent.
For £300, (1) to (2)
Inn known as Rose Tavern at the Hen Cross in Nottingham in possession of T.T., Edward Tuton, George Garton, Joseph Clarke and Thomas Wright at rent of £24 p.a. and Swinehouse field close (10 a.) in occ. of John Flinders at rent of £6 p.a.
For use of (2), if (1) does not repay mortgage + interest by 24 Dec 1736. Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/18  7 Feb 1736

Contents:
Bond
Thomas Trigg of Nottm., grocer and alderman, Thomass Trigg, the younger, son of above, bound in £500 to Margaret Wilson of Gainsborough, Lincs., widow.
Condition: payment of £250 by 7 Feb
Sigs., seals of T.T. and T.T. jnr.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/19  10 Feb 1735

Contents:
Bond
Thomas Trigg and son Thomas, both grocer and alderman bound in £600 to Christopher Swift of Newark, gent.
Condition: repayment of £300 mortgage, raised on 16 Oct 1734, by 16 Oct 1735.
Sigs., seals of T.T. and T.T. jnr.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/20  28 Oct 1737

Contents:
Indenture, tripartite
(1) Christopher Swift, of Newark, gent.
(2) Thomas Twigg snr. as above.
(3) Thomas Stowe, esq., Benjamin, Farnworth, stationer, John Mimmarch, barber, all of Newark and Danby Pickering of Hatton Garden, vintner.
For £300 paid by (3) to (1) and 5/- paid to (2) by (3), (1) and (2) to (3)
Cottage in Arnold in occ. of Joseph Fairfield, Rood croft (4 a.), newly erected cottage and ground on which built, called the Orchard (½a.), cottage and S. part of yard in occ. of Henry Gibson, 10yds at upper end of Orchard, ½ oxgang of royalty belonging to messuage and 1 oxgang of royalty belonging to messuage, in Arnold.
All formerly mortgaged for £300 by (2) to (1) on 16 Oct 1734 for 1000 years. For use of (3) for remainder of 1000 years if (2) does not repay £300 + interest by 28 Apr. next. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/21  28 Oct 1737

Contents:
Bond
Thomas Trigg and son Thomas, both grocer and alderman bound in £600 to Thomas Stowe, B.F., J.M. and D.P. as above. Condition: repayment of mortgage (see DD/SK/98/20 above).
Sigs., seals of T.T. and T.T. jnr.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/22  29 Oct 1739

Contents:
Indenture, lease for 3 months, release missing
(1) Thomas Trigg and son Thomas, both grocer and alderman
(2) Elton Levett and William Trigge of Nottm., gents., Thomas Langford, esq. of Basford
(1) to (2)
Messuage with warehouse, yard, etc. nr. Hen Cross, Nottingham, 3 tenements adjoining, rent £21. 5s. p.a.; 3 tenements near Pennyfoot Style, yearly value £14. 5s.; freehold lands of T.T. snr. in Arnold, Windmill at Carlton, yearly value £6; messuage and lands of (1) at Long Whatton, Leics., rent £8 p.a.; house and land at Belton, Leics., rent £4 p.a.; messuage of (1) in Grantham, yearly value £10. For use of (2) for 3 months at peppercorn rent.
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/23  22 Oct 1740

Contents:
Indenture, covenant to levy a fine
(1) Thomas Trigge, the elder of Nottingham, gent. and son Thomas, Elton Levett and William Trigge both of Nottm., gents., Thomas Langford of Basford, esq.
(2) Thomas Wainwright of Hatton Garden, Mdx., gent.
Of messuage in Arnold in ten. of T.T. snr., abutting on Arnold Town Staff., 2 cottages in ten. of John Smith and John Eaking, Roodcroft close (4 a.), Swinehouse close, 4 a. arable, 1½a. meadow, 3 cow gates, Peartree hill close (3 a.), 2 leys pasture on Peartree hill (1 a.), 4 a. arable and 2 leys in New close of pasture (1 a.), 6 a. meadow with 7 cow gates in ten. of Wm. Newham, 2 leys pasture called Bowling Leys (1 a.), part of Berk meadow called a Farthing, parts of the Break on the Forest now allotted to the tenants of the said cottages, in Arnold and royalties. To Elton Levett and Thomas Langford in trust as follows:- to pay rents and profits to use of Ann Trigge for life and after her death to sell property and pay £250 due to Margaret Wilson and the interest on it, to pay £200 to Mary Trigge and Ann Trigge, daughters of T. and A. T. and to pay residue of such money arising from sale to T.T. jnr.
Sigs., seals of (1) and (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/23b  24 Nov 1740 (Quind. Martini 1740)

Contents:
Final concord: right hand indenture
Thomas Wainwright, plaintiff
Thomas Trigge, snr, and son T.T., Elton Levett, William Trigge and Thomas Langford, deforceants
1 messuage, 2 cottages, 1 stable, 1 garden, 1 orchard, 5 a. arable, 14 a. meadow, 16 a. pasture and common pasture in Arnold.
£60.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/24-25  28 & 29 Nov 1740

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release
(1) John Brittan of Chesterfield, Derbs, gent.
(2) Thomas Langford and Elton Levett, both as above
For 10/-
(1) to (2)
Swinehouse field close (10 a.) at annual rent of £6.
For the use of (2) in trust, as DD/SK/98/23 above.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/26  6 June 1741

Contents:
Indenture
(1) Margaret Wilson of Gainsborough, Lincs., widow
(2) Thomas Langford, of Basford, esq.
For £277.15s., (1) to (2) bond, made between (1) and Thomas Trigge snr. and son T.T. on 7 Feb 1736 (see DD/SK/98/18 overleaf) and money due upon it.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/98/27-28  7 & 8 Dec 1744

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release
(1) Robert Broadhurst of Nottingham, innholder
(2) Thomas Trigge, jnr. of Arnold, gent.
For £1.15s., (1) to (2)
Share of Manor of Arnold and of royalties belonging to ½ of a Farthing of freehold land.
For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/29  21 Oct 1757

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage
(1) Thomas Langford of Basford, esq.
(2) Thomas Trigge, jnr. of Arnold, gent, son and heir of T.T. snr.
(3) Mary and Ann Trigge, spins, daughters of T.T. snr.
(1) and (2) to (3)
Roodcroft close (4 a.), and cottage adjoining now a Public House, in Arnold, to secure payment of £200 to (3) as under trust imposed in (1) by DD/SK/98/23. For use of (3) for 500 years, if (2) does not repay mortgage and interest by 21 Apr next.
Endorsed with receipt for £10 dated 25 June 1759.
The interest due on the mortgage from Lady Day 1758; paid by William Coape Sherbrooke and receipted by (3).
Sigs., seals of (1) and (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/30a  22 Oct 1757

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage
(1) Thomas Langford, of Basford, esq.
(2) Thomas Trigge, jnr. of Arnold, gent, son and heir of T.T. snr.
(3) Thomas Revill of Arnold, gent.
For £200 paid by (3) to (1), (1) at request of (2) to (3)
Messuage lately divided into 2 dwelling houses, with stable, yard and orchard belonging, abutting Arnold Town Staff., in ten. of Thomas Trigge, snr., and cottage in Arnold in ten of John Smith.
For use of (3) for 500 years, if (2) does not repay mortgage and interest by 22 Apr next.
Endorsed with receipt for £200 with sig. of (1).
Endorsed with receipt for £205.12s., the mortgage and interest due, paid by William Coap Sherbrooke, the purchaser of the above premises, to (3) on 4 July 1758.
Sigs., seals of (1) and (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/30b  n.d. c. 1757

Contents:
Schedule of the deeds deposited with Thomas Revill to secure £200 and interest advanced by him to Thomas Trigge, jnr. (see DD/SK/98/30a. above).

[no title]  DD/SK/98/31  6 Dec 1757 proved 30 Mar 1758

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of Thomas Trigge, jnr. as above, leaving certain property to his father T.T. snr. and the remainder to his sister Betty Haynes, wife of Charles Haynes.
Proved at York.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/32-33  16 & 17 June 1758

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release and discharge of mortgage
(1) Charles Haynes of Chipping Norton, Oxford, surgeon and wife Betty (sister and devisee of Thomas Trigge, jnr.)
(2) Thomas Revill of Arnold, gent.
For £900 paid by (2) to (1) and £400 kept by (2) to discharge mortgage. (1) to (2)
Messuage, now divided into 2 dwellings, with stable, yard and orchard belonging, in ten. of Thomas Trigge, snr., abutting Arnold Town Staff., 2 cottages late in ten. of John Smith, now George Wilson, Rood croft close (4 a.), Swinehouse close, 4 a. arable, 1½ a. meadow, 3 cowgates, Peartree Hill close (3 a.), 2 leys pasture on Peartree Hill (1 a.), 4 a. arable, 2 leys in New close of pasture (1 a.), 6 a. meadow with 7 cowgates in ten. of William Newham, 2 leys of pasture called Bowling Leys (1 a.), part of Berk meadow called a Farthing, parts of any Break on the Forest, allotted to tenants of above cottages, in Arnold, and royalties.
For use of (2), (1) covenant to levy a fine and to surrender copyhold premises, late property of Thomas Trigge, to uses to be appointed by (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/34a-b  (3 weeks of Trin. 1758) May/June 1758

Contents:
Final concord, left and right hand indenture
Thomas Revill, gent., plaintiff
Charles Heynes, gent and wife Betty, deforceants
1 messuage, 2 cottages, 1 stable, 1 garden, 1 orchard, 20 a. arable, 15 a. meadow, 20 a. pasture and common pasture in Arnold.
£60.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/35  4 Nov 1746

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold. Richard Porter, esq.
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: William Cock
5. John Hearson of Arnold, yeo.: surrendered
6. Jeremiah Kirke of Nottm., yeo.: admitted
7. Arable lands in Parkfield, Swinehouse field, and Tavil field, all in Arnold.
(Total acreage - 5 a 2 r. 36 p.)
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/36  n.d. c. 1758

Contents:
Abstract of the title of William Coape Sherbrooke to an estate in Arnold, late property of Thomas Trigge, covering period 1682 - 1759.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/37  30 June 1758

Contents:
Indenture, marriage settlement, in form of release, (lease missing)
(1) Thomas Revill of Arnold, gent.
(2) Coape Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq. and wife Sarah
(3) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. and James Huthwaite, the younger, of Nottm., gent.
Whereas by indentures dated 16 & 17 June 1758 (see DD/SK/98/32 & 33) (1) purchased lands with marriage portion of Sarah Coape Sherbrooke, (1) to (3) lands and premises, as in DD/SK/98/32 & 33 above, in trust as expressed in an indenture tripartite made 17 Mar 1756 between W.C.S., S.C.S. and H.S.
Seals of (3), sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/38  12 Oct 1754

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale, not inrolled
(1) Gervas Gibson of Epperstone, yeo.
(2) Richard Gibson of Arnold, yeo. younger bro. of (1).
For 10/-, (1) to (2)
Royalties of manor of Arnold.
For use of (2).
Mark, seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/39  13 Apr 1758

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale, not enrolled
(1) Richard Gibson, of Arnold, yeo. younger bro. of (1).
(2) William Coape Sherbrooke, as above
For £50, (1) to (2), 6 farthings royalty in Manor of Arnold. For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/98/40  23 Oct 1759

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of mortgage
(1) Mary and Ann Trigge, spins., daughters of Thomas Trigge, gent.
(2) William Coape Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
(3) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £202. 10/- paid by (2) to (1) to discharge mortgage (DD/SK/98/29), (1) at direction of (2) to (3).
Roodcroft close (4 a.) and cottage adjoining in Arnold (as DD/SK/98/29). To (3) for remainder of 500 years in trust for (2), to attend the inheritance.
Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1) and (2). Parch.

Exchange (Cavendish, Coape, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/99/1-2  1758

[no title]  DD/SK/99/1-2  27 & 28 Dec 1758

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release - exchange
(1) Rutld. Hon. Lord Charles Cavendish
(2) William Coape-Sherbrooke, of Arnold, esq.
(1) to (2)
Cottage in Arnold with garden and homestead in occ. of Edward Jones and lands. For use of (2), (2) to (1)
Cottage with homestead in Arnold in occ. of -. Kirk, and lands. For use of (1).
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

Exchange (The Vicar, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/100/1  1758

[no title]  DD/SK/100/1  1 Apr 1758

Contents:
Indenture, deed of exchange
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke, of Arnold, esq., and wife Sarah (daughter and devisee of Henry Sherbrooke, dec'd.)
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. and wife Mary (daughter and devisee of Henry Sherbrooke, dec'd.)
(3) Rev. John Parsons, vicar of Arnold
(4) William, Duke of Devonshire, patron of Arnold
(5) John, Lord Archbishop of York
(1) to (3)
Closes and lands in Arnold, as detailed in the 2nd schedule attached to the indenture, 31 a. 3 r. 33 p.
For use of (3).
(3) to (1)
Glebe lands in Arnold, as detailed in 1st schedule, 30 a. 2 r. 2 p. For use of (1).
Two schedules of lands attached.
Sigs., armorial seals of all parties. Parch.

Exchange (Cox & others, Sherbrooke - papers seem to relate to other exchanges)  DD/SK/101/1-17  1758-1773

[no title]  DD/SK/101/1  n.d. c. 1760

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke
(2) Samuel Need
(1) to (2)
Close in ten. of Mr. Whiteman.
(2) to (1)
Beck meadow land.
Sigs. of (1) & (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/101/2  n.d. c. 1760

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange
(1) William Leland
(2) William Coape Sherbrooke
(1) to (2)
Lands in Arnold (1 a. 1 r. 4 p.).
(2) to (1)
Lands in Arnold (1 a. 2 r. 3 p.).
Sig. of (1)

[no title]  DD/SK/101/3  14 Apr 1758

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke
(2) William Godber
(1) to (2)
2 leas in Church Moare close, Arnold, (2r.11p.).
(2) to (1)
Lands in Arnold (2 r.).
Sigs., of (1) and (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/101/4  16 Mar 1759

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke
(2) William Godber
(1) to (2)
Lands in Arnold (1 a. 2 r. 7 p.).
(2) to (1)
Lands in Arnold (1 a. 1 r. 22 p.).
Sigs., of (1) and (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/101/5  11 Apr 1761

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange:
(1) Benjamin Lomas
(2) William Coape Sherbrooke
(1) to (2)
Land at Ox Close gate, Arnold (28 p.).
(2) to (1)
Land in Speer points, Arnold (30 p.).
Sigs. of (1) and (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/101/6  18 Apr 1761

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke
(2) John Hornbuckle
(1) to (2)
3 lands on Park side, Arnold, (2 a. 0 r. 25 p.).
(2) to (1)
Lands in Arnold (1 a. 2 r. 4 p.).

[no title]  DD/SK/101/7  9 Oct 1762

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke
(2) Edward Jones
(1) to (2)
Lands in Gedling Gate Moore, Arnold (3 a. 1 r. 8 p.).
(2) to (1)
Lands in Arnold (3 a. 2 r. 16 p.).
Sigs., of (1) and (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/101/8  9 Oct 1762

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke and wife Sarah
(2) Edward Jones
(1) to (2)
Cottage and lands in Arnold (2 a. 1 r. 22 p.).
(2) to (1)
Cottage and lands in Arnold (4 a. 0 r. 19 p.).
Sigs. of (1) & (2)

[no title]  DD/SK/101/9  29 Oct 1762

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange:
(1) Thomas and John Alvey
(2) William Coape Sherbrooke and wife Sarah
(1) to (2)
2 lands in Arnold (3 r. 4 p.)
(2) to (1)
Cottage and croft in Arnold (36 p.)
Sigs. of (1) & (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/101/10  3 Feb 1763

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke
(2) Nathaniel Need
(1) to (2)
2 closes in Arnold (2 a. 1 r.).
(2) to (1)
Lands in Arnold (3 a. 3 r. 26 p.).
Sigs. of (1) & (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/101/11  26 Feb 1763

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke
(2) Martha Godber, widow of William Godber, and trustees
(1) to (2)
Lands in Arnold as detailed
(2) to (1)
Lands in Arnold as detailed.
Sigs. of (1) & (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/101/12  27 Apr 1767

Contents:
Indenture: deed of exchange:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
(2) Thomas Cox, jnr., hosier
(1) to (2)
Arnold Well close (2 a.).
For use of (2).
(2) to (1)
Peartree Hill close (3 a.).
For use of (1).
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/101/13  16 May 1767

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke
(2) Mr. Newham
(1) to (2)
2 lands in Arnold (1r 15 p.).
(2) to (1)
1 land in Arnold (36 p.)
Sig. of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/101/14  10 Oct 1768

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke
(2) Mr. Daveral
(1) to (2)
Lands in Arnold (10 a. 2 r. 18 p.).
(2) to (1)
Lands in Arnold (7 a. 1 r. 21 p.).
Sigs. of (1) & (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/101/15  3 Apr 1772

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange:
(1) Charles Thompson
(2) William Coape Sherbrooke
(1) to (2)
Lands in Arnold (2 a. 0 r. 37 p.)

[no title]  DD/SK/101/16  30 July 1773

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke
(2) Thomas Wilkinson
(1) to (2)
Close, 3 lands and 12 p. in Arnold.
(2) to (1)
Close, 3 lands in Arnold.
Sigs. of (1) & (2)

[no title]  DD/SK/101/17  n.d. c. 1760 - 70

Contents:
Schedule of lands (drawn up for an exchange?)

House, land royalty (Drury, Sherbrook)  DD/SK/102/1-9  1640-1771

[no title]  DD/SK/102/1  27 Apr 1640

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold. Henry Sulley
3. View of Frank Pledge
4. Steward: William Fletcher
5. Robert Haulton, surrendered
6. Mary Barrett, admitted
7. Messuage in Arnold with appurtenances.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/102/2  14 Oct 1641

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold. Henry Sulley
3. View of Frank Pledge
4. -.
5. Adam Barber, surrendered
6. Mary Barrett, admitted
7. Lands in Arnold.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/102/3  18 Apr 1677

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold. Henry Sulley
3. View of Frank Pledge
4. Steward: Ralph Edge, gent.
5. William and John Drewry, surrendered
6. Charles Drewry, admitted
7. Messuage and lands in Arnold.
8. Fine - 2s. 6d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/102/4a-b  12 June 1689

Contents:
Memorandum of surrender and admission (2 copies):
William Beardsley of Arnold, blacksmith and his son and heir William Beardsley, surrendered
Charles Drewry, admitted
Moiety of Ox close in Arnold.

[no title]  DD/SK/102/5  23 Nov 1768

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold, John, Lord Pollington and others
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: James Foxcroft, gent.
5. & 6. William Drury of Liverpool son and heir of late Charles Drury, admitted and surrendered to Will
7. Messuage and Ox close, Killisick close, Swinehouse close and strips in Park Field, Tavell Field, Swinehouse Field and Beckmeadow
(14 a. 1 r. 24 p. in all), late in ten. of Charles Drury, dec'd.
8. Fine - 2 s. 6d.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/102/6  28 Mar 1770

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold; John, Lord Pollington and others
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: James Foxcroft, gent.
5.a. Richard Dale of Nottingham, druggist, surrendered
6.a. William Drury of Liverpool, admitted
5.b. William Drury, of Liverpool, surrendered
6.b. James Drury of Manchester, merchant, admitted
7. Property as DD/SK/102/5 overleaf
8.a-b Fine - 2s. 6d.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/102/7  6 July 1771

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold; John, Lord Pollington and others
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: James Foxcroft, gent.
5. William Drury, of Liverpool, mathametical instrument maker and James Drury of Manchester, as above, surrendered
6. Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, feoffee in trust for William Coape Sherbrooke, admitted
7. Property as DD/SK/102/5
8. Fine - 2s. 6d.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/102/8  6 July 1771

Contents:
Indenture, release, lease missing:
(1) James Drury, as above, eldest son and heir of late Charles Drury of Nottm.; William Drury, of Liverpool, youngest son and devisee of C.D.
2. William Coap Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £800, (1) to (2)
Messuage, Ox close, Killisick close, Swinehouse close and strip in Park field, Tavil field, Swinehouse field and Beck meadow (in all 14 a. 1 r 24 p.), in Arnold.
For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/102/9  23 Mar 1770

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke
(2) William Drury
(1) to (2)
Lands in Arnold (2 a. 3 r. 23 p.).
(2) to (1)
Lands in Arnold (2 a. 3 r. 15 p.).

Exchange (Thompson, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/103/1  1726

[no title]  DD/SK/103/1  3 July 1726

Contents:
Indenture, deed of exchange:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke
(2) Charles Thompson of Arnold, gent.
(1) to (2)
5 lands in Tavil field (2a. 35 p.), close in Tavil field (1 a. 2 r.) and Spout lane close (1 a. 1 r. 14 p.).
For use of (2).
(2) to (1)
Washing stones close (1 a.), in the Park field, 1 land (32 p.), 1 land (1 r. 39 p.) and 2 lands (1 r. 31 p.); in Swinehouse field, 1 land (2 r. 3 p.), 2 lands (1 r. 19 p.), 1 Land (2 r. 32 p.) and 2 Lands (1r).
For use of (1).
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

Exchange (Dams, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/104/1-2  1780

[no title]  DD/SK/104/1  31 Oct 1780

Contents:
Indenture, release, lease missing:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
(2) William Dams of Basford, gent.
For £260, (1) to (2)
Arable land in New close, Arnold (4 a.) and beastgates belonging, purchased by (1) on 27 June 1758 from William Trigge, and land in open fields of Arnold (6 a.) purchased by (1) on 3 Aug 1759 from Walter Mather, gent.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/104/2  1 Nov 1780

Contents:
Indenture, deed of exchange:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke and wife Sarah
(2) William Dams, of Basford, gent.
(1) to (2)
2 closes called Breck closes in Arnold (8 a.). For use of (2).
(2) to (1)
Lands in New close, Arnold and beastgates belonging, and strips in open fields of Arnold (10 a.) (see DD/SK/104/1). For use of (1).
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2)., Parch.

Exchange (Rhodes, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/105/1  1781

[no title]  DD/SK/105/1  10 Mar 1781

Contents:
Indenture, deed of exchange:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke
(2) William Rhodes of Arnold, baker
(1) to (2)
Close in Windmill field (3 a. 2 r. 20 p.) in Arnold.
For use of (2).
(2) to (1)
Lands in Tavil field (6 a.) in Arnold. For use of (1).
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

Land in Washington Close (Popple, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/106/1-2  1782

[no title]  DD/SK/106/1-2  11 & 12 Apr 1782

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) John Popple, late of East Retford, now Captain in the 11th Dragoons, nephew and devisee of John Hornbuckle dec'd.
(2) William Coape Sherbrooke
For £13.17s., (1) to (2)
Piece of land in Swinehouse field Arnold (1 r. 9 p.).
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

Messuage, land, royalty (Beresford, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/107A/1-4  1621-1786

[no title]  DD/SK/107A/1  20 Dec 1621

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of a bargain and sale:
(1) Alexander Barnes of Arnold, husbandman
(2) Robert Beresford of Arnold, gent.
(1) to (2) interest, benefit etc. of (1) in Manor ofArnold. For use of (2), except for copyhold messuage of (1).
Tag., mark of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/107A/2  7 June 1693

Contents:
Schedule of deeds received by "me" from Christopher Beresford, relating to property in Arnold, recently sold by Christopher Beresford to John Jackson and wife Elizabeth.

[no title]  DD/SK/107A/3-4  2 & 3 Oct 1786

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Rev. Edward Beresford of Arnold
(2) William Coap Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
For £210. (1) to (2)
Messuage, late in ten John Godfrey, 2 cottages, with orchard and homestead belonging (3 r. 23 p.), 2 leys in New close (3 r.), 1 beastgate, one half farthing royalty and 1a. Breck land in Arnold.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
(Land formerly bought by (1) from (2) see DD/SK/1110/1.)
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

Close (Copyhold) (Jackson to Lowe)  DD/SK/107B/1  1787

[no title]  DD/SK/107B/1  10 Dec 1787

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold. Earl of Mexborough and others
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: James Foxcroft, gent.
5. Roger Jackson of Oxton, carpenter, surrendered
6. Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq., admitted
7. Close of meadow ground, 3 r.

Land (Padley, Bettison, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/108/1-2  1812

[no title]  DD/SK/108/1-2  10 & 11 Jan 1812

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Robert Padley of Burton Joyce, esq.
(2) Jonas Bettison of Holme Pierrepont, esq.
(3) William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £447.5s. paid by (3) to (1) and 10/- paid by (3) to (2), (1) to (3)
Piece of land (2 r. 29 p.) being north part of Dolcot Lane close; piece of land (2 a. 2 r. 3 p.) at north end of Tavil field, adjoining piece of land; 2 closes (3 r. 7 p. and 3 r. 6 p.), in ten. of John Brewster, in the Tavil field; piece of land to north of above (2 r. 1½ p.) and a plantation (22½ p.).
All in Arnold.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1), (2) & (3). Parch.

Closes, etc. (Davidson, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/109/1  1824

[no title]  DD/SK/109/1  29 Sept 1824

Contents:
Indenture, release of equity of redemption:
(1) Sandford Tatham Davison of Nottm., surgeon, son and heir of late Robert Davison late of Arnold
(2) William Machin of Nottm., worsted spinner, assignee of John Hawkesley, late of Arnold, dec'd.
(3) William Sherbrooke, of Oxton, esq.
(4) Ichabod Wright of Basford, esq.
(5) Henry Coape of Sherwood Lodge, esq.
For £3833. 5s.5d. paid by (5) to (3) being the amount due to (3) from (2) and (1) on a mortgage, (3) at direction of (1) and (2) to (5)
Closes and lands in Arnold, mortgaged by (1) and (2) to (3) and all rights. Lands as follows:- Meadowside close (3 a. 3r. 20 p.), Waterslade close (3 a. 20 p. and 2 a. 1 r.), Meadowside close (2 a. 2 r.), Willow Bridge close (2 r. 26 p.), Beck Meadow End (1 a. 35 p.), newly inclosed land in Beck meadow (12a. 26 p.), Meadow End closes (2 a. 2 r. 13 p. and 2 r. 21 p.).
For use of (3). (4) trustee.
Sigs., seals of (1), (2) & (3). Parch.

Sales (Beresford, Sherbroke, Holden)  DD/SK/110/1-2  1779-1849

[no title]  DD/SK/110/1  7 Apr 1779

Contents:
Indenture, release, lease missing:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
(2) Rev. Edward Beresford of Arnold
For £210, (1) to (2)
Messuage and 2 cottages with orchard and homestead belonging (3 r. 23 p.), Sick furlong close (2 r. 16 p.), 2 leys in New close (3 r.), 1 beastgate, royalty and 1 a. Breck land in Arnold.
For use of (2).
Endorsed with receipt.
(Land later repurchased by (1) from (2), see DD/SK/107A/3 & 4).
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/110/2  29 Mar 1849

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale, inrolled:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(2) Robert Holden of Nuttall, esq.
(1) to (2)
Brick yard close (8 a. 15 p.) in Arnold to indemnify the purchasers of the Arnold estates of (1) against the payment of several annual sums charged on estates by Will of late Henry Sherbrooke and against annual sum of 12/2d. payable to Earl of Harrington.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

Sales (agreements, drafts, etc.) of whole Arnold estate in lots  DD/SK/111/1-100  1848-1858

Contents:
Particulars and conditions for sale of Henry Sherbrook'e freehold estate at Arnold sold 15 Dec 1848. With form for agreement for purchase at end. Lots 1 to 44.
Solicitor: Falkner of Newark.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/1  1854

Contents:
Plan and survey of Sanson Wood Farm, Arnold.
(Transferred to map collection. AR 6 S)

[no title]  DD/SK/111/2  1848

Contents:
Summary of Sherbrooke's estate at Arnold to be sold in lots on 19 Dec 1848. Giving tithe rent charge, valuation by Mr. Parkinson and reserve price, also details of purchaser and price where known.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/3a-i  1848

Contents:
9 copies of sale catalogues of Sherbrooke's estate in Arnold, consisting of farm houses, cottages and over 260 a. arable, meadow and pasture land to be sold by auction by J.M. Pott on 19 Dec 1848. With map of estate, scale 12 chains = 1 inch.
Printed.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/4  19 Dec 1848

Contents:
Lot 1, house and garden (1r. 12 p.), purchased by Samuel Matthews at £79.
Sig. of S.M.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/5  19 Dec 1848

Contents:
Lot 2, house and garden and 2 closes meadow and pasture (2 a. 3 r. 16½ p.). Purchase by William Robinson at £300.
Sigs. of W.R. and H.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/6  19 Dec 1848

Contents:
Lot, 3, house and garden and 2 closes pasture (4 a. 2 r. 10 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/7  29 Dec 1848

Contents:
Lot 4, farm house and garden and 3 closes pasture (6 a. 1 r. 36 p.). Purchased by John Swanwick, Walter Evan Jackson and John Birkhead.
Endorsed with note that the above agreement be cancelled in favour of sale of lands to Mrs. Elizabeth Bryan at £610.
Sigs. of J.S., W.E.J., J.B.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/8  15 Dec 1848

Contents:
Lot 4, farm house and garden and 3 closes pasture (6 a. 1 r. 36 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/9a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 5, close of meadow called the Pingle (2 r. 28 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/10  15 Dec 1848

Contents:
Lot 6, the Quarry close (2 a. 1 r. 18 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/11  27 Jan 1851

Contents:
Lots, 3, 5, and 6, as above. Purchased by William Miller at £500.
Sigs. of W.M. and H.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/12a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 7, Cellar Hill close (6 a. 2 r. 36 ½ p). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/13a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 8, Church Moor close (4 a. 2 r. 26 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/14 & 15a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies each

Contents:
Lot 9, Lady Wong (3 a. 2 r. 4 p.).
Lot 10, as above. Agrees. blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/16a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 11, close meadow and lane adjoining (4 a. 3 r. 34 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/17a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 12, Dorket Head meadow (3 a. Or. 22 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/18a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 13, 3 closes arable and meadow ground (17 a. O r. 32 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/19  15 Dec 1848

Contents:
Lot 14, Cherry close (1 a. 37 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/20  24 Feb 1852

Contents:
Lots 14 and 15. Cherry close and Spear Points close (1 a. 37 p. and 2 a. 3 r. 27 p.) purchased by Mr. Norton at £100 an acre. Sig. of J.N.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/21a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 15, Spear points close (2 a. 3 r. 27 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/22a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 16, close of arable land, Sloe Thorn hill close (3 a. 1 r. 20¾ p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/23a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 18, cottage and close (3 a. 2 r. 24 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/24  19 Dec 1848

Contents:
Lot 20, 2 closes (3 a. 3 r. 32 p.) purchased by Edward Dean at £212. Sigs. of E.D. and H.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/25  26 Jan 1849

Contents:
Lots, 21, 22, part of 23, close (3 a. 28 p.), close (5 a. 2 r. 6 p.) and lands (22 a. 2 r. 18 p.) purchased by Samuel Mathews at £1,350.
Sig of S.M.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/26a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 22, close 5 a. 2 r. 6 p. Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/27a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 23, meadow, pasture and arable lands (26 a. 2 r. 22 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/28a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 24, messuage and lands (9 a. 2 r. 14½ p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/29  1849

Contents:
Lots 25 and 26, close (3 a. 1 r. 34 p.), close (2 a. 2 r. 1 p.) and garden (1 r. 28 p.).
Purchased by John Birkhead, John Swanwick, Walter Evan Jackson and James Drayan at £95 an acre.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/30  1849

Contents:
Lot 26, close (3 a. 1 r. 34 p.). Purchased by parties as above, at £93 per acre.
Sig. of H.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/31a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 27, close (2 r. 13 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/32  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 28, close and plot of garden (1 a. 3 r. 28¾p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/33  19 Dec 1848

Contents:
Lot 29, close and 3 plots of garden (3 a. 3 r. 33 p.). Purchased by Anthony Wood at £361. Sigs. of A.W. and H.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/34a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 30, 3 closes and road belonging (20 a. 16 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/35a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 32, 2 closes (2 a. 3 r. 29 p.). Agreements blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/36a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 33, garden (1 a. 2 r. 9¼ p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/37a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot, 34, piece of arable land (1 r. 17 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/38  15 Dec 1848

Contents:
Lot 35, shop and close adjoining (3 a. 1 r. 14½ p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/39  15 Dec 1848

Contents:
Lot 36, Backside close (1 a. 3 r. 21 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/40  15 Dec 1848

Contents:
Lot 37, close (1 a. o r. 16 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/41a - b  19 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 39, 2 closes meadow (5 a. 2 r. 23 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/42  24 Feb 1852

Contents:
Lot 40, 3 closes arable and pasture land (18 a. O r. 39 p.). Purchased by William Plowright at £65 per acre.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/43a - b  15 Dec 1848

2 copies

Contents:
Lot 43, 2 closes meadow and pasture land (12 a. 2 r. 1 p.). Agreement blank.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/44a - b  26 Jan 1849

Contents:
Lot 44, messuage and close adjoining (5 a. 1 r. 29 p.). Purchased by John Warrell at £735.
Sig. of J.W.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/45  26 Sept 1848

Contents:
Articles of agreement for sale:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(2) Timothy Barrow
(1) to (2)
Bar close in Arnold (4 a. 1 r. 28 p.) at 110 gns. per ac.
Sig. of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/46  6 Mar 1852

Contents:
Agreement for sale:
(1) Thomas Huskinson, for Henry Sherbrooke above.
(2) Richard Birkin of Basford, esq.
For £9,800, (1) to (2)
197 a. land in Arnold, as detailed in schedule attached, yearly rental £323. 3s. 11d.
Sigs. of (1) & (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/47  1852

Contents:
Draft indenture: conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Richard Birkin
For £9,800, (1) to (2) lands as above. With Schedule of lands referred to. For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/48  4 Aug 1848

Contents:
Agreement for sale:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke, of Oxton, esq.
(2) William Bramley of Arnold, innkeeper
(1) to (2)
Close (7 a. 3 r. 6 p.) at £105 per ac. and close called Maidendale (5 a. 2 r. 6 p.) in Arnold at £70 per ac.
Sigs. of (1) and mark of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/49  1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) William Bramley
(3) John Buttery of Nottingham Park, trustee to (2)
For £1,559. 12s. 6d. (1) to (2)
Long Maidendale close (5a. 2r. 2p.), Sloe Thorn Hill (3a. 1r. 32p.), Sloe Thorn Bottom (2r. 23p.), Nether Broadmere Lane (1a. 1r. 18p.), Middle Broadmere Lane (1a. 2r. 20p.), Meadowside close (3a. 3r. 20p.), and Water Slade close (2a. 3r. 37p.), containing together 19a. 2r. 2p. in Arnold. For use of (2), as appointed. Schedule of deeds referred to inscribed at end.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/50  1852

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) William Bramley
(3) Edward Percy of Nottm., gent, trustee to (2)
For £600 (1) to (2)
Close called Street Furlong (8a. 3r. 27p.) in Arnold.
For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/51  23 Oct 1848

Contents:
Agreement for sale:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) John Burrowes of Arnold, setter-up of frames
(1) to (2)
2 closes (2a.1r.3p.) for £300. In Arnold.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/52  1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, covenant to produce deeds:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) John Burrowes
(1) covenants to produce deeds, as detailed in attached schedule, for land to be purchased by (2) from (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/53  1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) John Burrowes
(3) Charles Smith of Arnold, framework-knitter
For £300 (1) to (2)
2 closes (2a.1r.3p.) in Arnold. For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/54  1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) John Cooke of Oxton, farmer
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
For £999 (1) to (2)
Bull Piece close (13a.9p.), Cottage Close (6a.2r.20p.) and Plantation close (5a.1r.15p.) in Farnsfield.
For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/55  7 Apr 1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) John Cooke
For £80, (1) to (2)
Meadow ground in Oxton (2r.33p.). For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/56  1852

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) John Cox of Nottm., gent.
(3) John Rogers Browne of Nottm., gent., trustee to (2)
For £240, (1) to (2)
Waterslade close (2a.1r.29¾p.) in Arnold. For use of (3).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/57  1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Edward Dean of Bingham
For £499 (1) to (2)
2 closes, Gedling Gate Moor (2a.1r.19p.) and (3a.1r.4p.) in Arnold and piece of land (1a.2r.9¾p.) and garden
For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/58  1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Edward Dean
For £212 (1) to (2)
2 closes Howbeck closes (1a.Jr.33p.) and (1a.3r.39p.) in Arnold. For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/59  1851

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Edward Dean
For, (1) to (2) messuage and lands as detailed in schedule attached.
For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/60  4 Oct 1848

Contents:
Agreement for sale:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Marc Denison of Daybrook, esq.
(1) to (2)
3 closes arable land (16a.2r.21p.) at £73.10s. pe ac., and Toll Bar field (4a.1r.28p.) at £115.10s. per ac., in Arnold.
Sig. of (2)

[no title]  DD/SK/111/61  1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Marc Denison
For 1,733.123. (1) to (2)
Hatchet close (4a.1r.35p.) and 2 Ox closes (6a.1r.30p. and 9a.3r.20p.) in Arnold. For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/62a - b  20 Apr 1850

Contents:
Bond and rough draft of same:
Henry Sherbrooke bound in £100 to Marc Denison
Condition:- peaceable enjoyment of 1a. land allotted on Inclosure of Arnold to Surveyors of Highway and sold by them to Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/63  1850

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Marc Denison
For £1,740 (1) to (2)
Mansfield Road close (11a.18p.), Lime lane close (11a.24p.), Forest close (5a.1r.26p.), Forest Close (5a.3r.35p.), Forest close (5a,17p.) and Forest close (4a.3r.1p.) in Arnold. For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/64  1851

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Marc Denison
For £850, (1) to (2)
Clay Pit close (6a.3r.24p.), Clay Road close (4a.28p.) and Clay Pit meadow (1a.2r.11p.) in Arnold.
For use of (2)

[no title]  DD/SK/111/65  27 Nov 1851

Contents:
Draft indenture, covenant to produce deeds:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Marc Denison
(1) covenants to produced deeds, as detailed in schedule attached for 3 closes purchased by (2) (from (1) (see DD/SK/113/64).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/66  1852

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) William Hearson and others
For £640 (1) to (2)
3 closes called Backside closes (3a.1r.12p., 1a.3r.17p. and 1a.25p.) in Arnold. For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/67  29 Mar 1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, bargain and sale:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Robert Holden of Nuttal
(1) to (2)
Brichyard close in Arnold, to indemnify the purchasers of the Arnold estates of (1) against the payment of several annual sums charged thereon by Will of late Henry Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/68  1852

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) William Holmes of Arnold
For £100, (1) to (2)
Messuage inocc. of (2) and 3 messuages adjoining each other in Arnold. For use of (2). (1) covenants to produce deeds as scheduled.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/69  1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) John Jeffery of Arnold
For 4505 (1) to (2)
Close of pasture called Sloe Thorn Hill (6a.3r.22p.) in Arnold. For use of (2). Schedule of deeds attached.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/70  7 Apr 1848

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Mary Jones of Arnold
For £90, (1) to (2)
Close called Spout Lane Head (1a.12p.) in Arnold.
For use of (2). (1) covenants to produce deeds as scheduled.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/71  6 Sept 1848

Contents:
Agreement for sale:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) William Kelk of Arnold, framesmith
(1) to (2)
Close in Tavill field (13a.) in Arnold and 50 gns. an ac.
Sig. of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/72  1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) William Kelk
For £682.10s. (1) to (2)
Close in Tavill field (13a.) in Arnold. For use of (2), (1) covenants to produce deeds as scheduled.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/73  6 July 1849

Contents:
Agreement for sale:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) William Leverton of Arnold
(1) to (2)
Shawell closes (4) (17a.3r.20p.) and piece of garden (2r.13p.) in Arnold at £895. Receipt for £50 received by Thomas Huskinson on behalf of (1) from (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/74  1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) William Leverton
For £890, (1) to (2)
4 closes, Spawell close and piece of garden (2r.13p.) in Arnold. For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/75  1851

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) William Leverton
(1) to (2)
New Close (7a.); Little New close (4a.2r.26p.); Far New close (8a.1r.14p.); messuage and land (1a.26p.); 2 closes (2a.18p.) and (1a.38p.); small close (2r.9p.) all in Arnold.
For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/76  1851

Contents:
Queries and observations on abstract of title to lands, as above, purchased by W.L. of H.S. above.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/77  21 Oct 1851

Contents:
Draft indenture, covenant:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) William Leverton
(1) covenants with (2) to produce title deeds, for land purchased by (2) from (1), as detailed in schedule attached.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/78  1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Samuel Matthews of Lambley House
(3) Thomas Matthews of Car Colston
For £1,350, (1) to (2)
Howbeck closes (3a.28.) and (5a.2r.6p.); Intake closes (7a.3r.3p.) and (7a.11p.) and (7a.3r.4p.) in Arnold.
For use of (2). (1) covenants to produce deeds as detailed in schedule attached.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/79  1851

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) William Miller of Arnold, joiner
For £500, (1) to (2)
Messuage and garden (24p.); Broadhurst closes (2a.27p.), (2a.39p.); the Pingle (2r.28p.) and Quarry close (2a.1r.18p.) in Arnold.
For use of (2). (1) covenants to produce deeds as detailed in schedule attached.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/80  1848

Contents:
Draft indenture: exchange:
(1) John Richardson
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(1) to (2)
Brackendale closes (2a.20p.) and (3a.3r.7p.) piece of land (1a.1r.33p.), Hatfield close (3a.1r.22p.) Foothills (2a.8p.), part of Robin Hood's hill (2a.13p.), lands in Moorfields (4p. and 1r. 34p.), in the Netherfield (1a.1r.35p.), (1r.23p.), (3r.25p.), (3r.5p.), (1r.26p.) and (3r.6p.), in Arnold.
For use of (2).
(2) to (1)
Finger ends (1a.1p), lands in Wymanhill field (2r.21p.), (3r.5p.), (1r.38p.), (1r.11p.) and (3r.28p.), close (3a.3r.26p.), Windmill Hill closes (5a.1r.36p.) and (1a.1r.1p.) and Hatfield close (4a.14p.) in Arnold.
For use of (1).
(1) covenants to produce deeds as scheduled.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/81  7 Apr 1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) William Robinson of Arnold
Messuage and 2 closes (2a.3r.16p.) in Arnold.
For use of (2). (1) to produce deeds as scheduled.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/82  31 July 1848

Contents:
Articles of agreement on sale:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) John Simpson of Arnold
(1) to (2)
3 closes (14a.3r.7p.) in Arnold at £126 per ac.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/83  1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Mark Spink
For £172.10s., (1) to (2)
Dorket Head close (2a.3r.20p.).
For use of (2). (1) to produce deeds as scheduled.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/84  22 Aug 1848

Contents:
Agreement for sale:
(1) Thomas Stansall of Kirton, cottager
(2) Samuel Matthews on behalf of Henry Sherbrooke
(1) to (2)
7 messuages in Oxton and Banker close (3a.2r.) in Blidworth, at £1,025.
Sigs. of (1) & (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/85  6 Apr 1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(i) Thomas Stansell and others
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(1) to (2)
7 messuage in Oxton and Banker close in Blidworth, 2a.0r.1p. and 1a.1r.7p.
For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/86  17 Apr 1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(i) Thomas Stansell and others
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(1) to (2)
7 messuage in Oxton and Banker close in Blidworth, 2a.0r.1p. and 1a.1r.7p.
For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/87  21 Dec 1857

Contents:
Agreement for sale:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Samuel William Welfitt of Langwith Lodge
(1) to (2)
9 closes, house, garden, stackyard and piece of arable land in Arnold (89a.29p.) at £3,200.
Sig. of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/88  21 Dec 1857

Contents:
Draft for above, with maps of lands, detailed schedule and letter from Thomas Huskinson, the surveyor and agent, to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold of Newark, solicitors.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/89  Apr 1858

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Samuel William Welfitt and trustees
For £3,200, (1) to (2)
Messuage and closes, as overleaf (89.29p.) in Arnold. For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/90  Apr 1858

Contents:
Draft indenture, covenant to produce deeds:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Samuel W. Welfitt
(1) covenants to produce title deeds for property purchased by (2) from (1) (see DD/SK/111/89 above).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/91  1849

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) John Worrell of Arnold
For £735, (1) to (2)
Messuage and close (5.1r.29p.) at Arnold.
For use of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/92  23 May 1818

Contents:
Draft conditions of sale of Arnold Estate of Henry Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/93  19 Dec 1848

Contents:
Declaration of Thomas Redgate of Arnold concerning Sherbrooke title to lands in Arnold as detailed in schedule attached.
Sig. of T.R.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/94  1849

Contents:
Declaration of John Cooke concerning Sherbrooke's title to Long Close, Oxton.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/95  1848

Contents:
Book containing memoranda as to sales of Arnold estate of Henry Sherbrooke (5 entries only).
Book, skin boards.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/96  n.d. c.1850

Contents:
Schedule of deeds relating to property at Arnold covenanted to be produced by Henry Sherbrooke to William Hearson and others.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/97  n.d. c.1850

Contents:
Queries and observations on the title of Henry Sherbrooke to an estate at Arnold.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/98  1807

Contents:
Abstract of the title of William Sherbrooke to an estate in Arnold quoting deeds from Jan 1708
With pedigree of Sherbrooke family from 1658.

[no title]  DD/SK/111/99a-b  1849 - 50

Contents:
Abstract of the title of Henry Sherbrooke to an estate at Arnold, quoting deeds from 27 Aug 1751 (2 copies).

[no title]  DD/SK/111/100  1852

Contents:
Requisitions on title to land to be sold by Henry Sherbrooke to Birkin.

CALVERTON  DD/SK/112-117  1598-1863

Oxygang of Land in fields (Heron, Dring, Sturtevant, Cooper, Chaworth, Lees, Pepper, Atkin, Sherborne)  DD/SK/112/1-20  1598-1747

[no title]  DD/SK/112/1  25 Aug 1598

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisins:
(1) Edward Heron, esq.
(2) Robert Dringe of Halam, husbandman, and Elizabeth Stanley of Calverton, widow
For £20, (1) to (2)
Messuage and oxgang belonging in Calverton.
For use of (2). Warranty clause. William Lees and John Clyver appointed attorneys.
Sig., tag of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/112/2  16 Nov 1605

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Robert Dringe of Halam, husbandman
(2) John Sturtyvaunt of Calverton, yeo.
For £10, (1) to (2)
Moiety of messuage and oxgang at Calverton (see overleaf).
For use of (2).
Mark, tag of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/112/3  23 Dec 1605

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) (John Cowper of Calverton, husbandman)
(2) John Chaworth of Southwell, esq.
For........, (1) to (2)
(Moiety) of a messuage and oxgang of land at Calverton.
For use of (2).
Mark, tag, seal of (1), right hand side missing.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/112/4  23 Dec 1605

Contents:
Bond: John Cowper of Calverton bound in £80 to John Chaworth of Southwell. Condition:-
Performance of covenant, as above.
Mark, tag, of J.C. Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/112/5  21 Dec 1629

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Henry Chaworth of Woodborowe, esq. and wife Mary
(2) John Lees of Calverton, yeo.
For £120, (1) to (2)
Messuage and oxgang in Calverton.
For use of (2).
Tags., sigs. of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/112/6  21 Dec 1629

Contents:
Bond: Henry Chaworth bound in £200 to John Lee.
Condition:- performance of covenant, as above.
Tag., sig. of H.C. Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/112/7  11 April 1630 (Quind. Easter 1630)

Contents:
Final concord, left hand indenture:
John Lees, quer
Henry Chaworth, esq. and wife Mary, deforceant
1 messuage, 1 garden, 1 orchard, 10 a. arable, 10 a. meadow, 10 a. pasture and common pasture in Calverton.
£60.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/112/8  Exemplified 29 Nov 1630

Contents:
Exemplification of a recovery:
John Wyte and John Motteram, plaintiffs
John Lees, deforceant
1 messuage, 1 garden, 10 a. arable, 10 a. meadow, 10 a. pasture in Calverton.
1st vouchee Henry Chaworth, 2nd vouchee Edward House.
Tag. Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/112/9  5 June 1645

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, with delivery of seisin:
(1) John Lees of Calverton, yeo.
(2) John Pepper of Calverton, yeo.
(3) John Lees of Loudham, yeo.
(1) to (2)
Messuage and oxgang of land, 2 closes called the Moares and New Close, Calverton.
To (3) for use of (1) for life and then for use of Edward Lees, son of (1) and heirs.
Mark, tag, seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/112/10  16 Jan 1655

Contents:
Indenture, covenant for uses of a recovery:
(1) Edward Lees of Calverton, yeo.
(2) John Mason of Nottm., the younger, gent.
(2) to gain a recovery from (1) of 2 messuages, 2 gardens, 20a. arable, 10a. meadow, 10a. pasture and common pasture in Calverton.
Sigs., tags of (1) and (2). Seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/112/11  29 Sept 1670

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, counterpart:
(1) Edward Lees of Cathorpe, yeo.
(2) Jane Pepper of Calverton, widow
For £75, (1) to (2)
Meadowhead close (1½a.), Edward Lees Burhaw close (1a.), 2 arable lands in Nethersand field, 2 arable lands in Hillgapfield and ½a.1r. in Pinfold field in Calverton.
For use of (2).
Sig., tag, seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/112/12  30 Sept 1685 pr. 5 May 1702

Contents:
Will and probate of Edward Lee of Cathorpe, leaving lands and property in Calverton to Grace Atkin, wife of William Atkin of Loudham, his daughter.
Tag., seal of Southwell. Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/112/13  22 Apr 1743

Contents:
Will of William Atkin of Lowdham, yeo, leaving property in Calverton to nephew James Atkin and various sums of money to other relatives.
Mark, seal of W.A.

[no title]  DD/SK/112/14  22 Apr 1743

Contents:
Will of William Atkin of Lowdham, yeo, leaving property in Calverton to nephew James Atkin and various sums of money to other relatives.
Mark, seal of W.A.

[no title]  DD/SK/112/15  Apr - May 1747

Contents:
Receipts for various sums of money bequeathed by William Atkin to Samuel Atkin, Francis Dennis, Sarah Dennis, John Owen, Mary Marshall, Richard Atkin and John Burton.
Sigs., marks of legatees.

[no title]  DD/SK/112/16  13 Oct 1746

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) James Atkin of Lowdham, yeo., nephew and heir at law and devisee under Will of late William Atkin
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £100, (1) to (2)
Messuage in occ. ofRichard Atkin, New close (1a.), Field gate close (1a.), Acre heads close (1½a.) and lands in Hill Gap field, Woodend field and Clay field, in Calverton.
For use of (2) if mortgage is not repaid by 13Apr.
Mark, seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/112/17  13 Oct 1746

Contents:
Bond: James Atkin bound in £200 to Henry
Sherbrooke. Condition:- repayment of mortgage as overleaf.
Mark, seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/112/18-19  31 Mar 1747

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) James Atkin of Lowdham
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £250, (1) to (2)
Messuage in occ. of Richard Atkin, New Close (1a.), Field gate close (1a.), Acre heads close (1½a.) and lands in Hill gap field, Woodend field and Clayfield in Calverton.
For use of (2).
Mark, seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/112/20  4 Apr 1747

Contents:
Bond: James Atkin bound in £500 to Henry Sherbrooke. Condition:- performance of covenant, as above.
Mark, seal of J.A.

The "Hut" and Land (Wood, Greensmith, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/113/1-16  1780-1788

[no title]  DD/SK/113/1  7 July 1780

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) Abraham Wood of The Hutt, Calverton, inn-keeper, and wife Elizabeth
(2) Thomas Higgins of Mansfield, waiter
For £100, (1) to (2)
Piece of land in Sherwood Forest on which The Hutt stands (6a.1r.) and the Hutt.
For use of (2) if mortgage is not repaid by 7 July 1781.
Endorsed with receipt.
Marks, seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/113/2  7 July 1780

Contents:
Bond: Abraham Wood bound in £200 to Thomas Higgins. Condition: repayment of mortgage.
Mark, seal of A.W.

[no title]  DD/SK/113/3-4  2 & 3 Apr 1784

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release, with assignment of mortgage in trust to attend the inheritance:
(1) Abraham Wood and wife Elizabeth
(2) Thomas Higgins, late of Mansfield, now Uttoxeter, Staffs, inn-keeper
(3) John Greensmith of Nottm., hatter
(4) Mathew Heath of Nottm., baker
For £100 paid by (3) to (2) and £55 paid by (3) to (1), (1) and (2) to (3)
Land and house as in DD/SK/113/1 above, formerly mortgaged by (1) to (2). For use of (3). (4) trustee. (1) covenant to levy a fine.
Endorsed with receipts.
Marks of (1), sigs. of (2) & (3), seals of (1), (2), (3).
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/113/5  n.d

Contents:
Inventory of goods unsold at The Hut and at Oxton, ? the property of Abraham Wood. Value total - £15.4s.6d.

[no title]  DD/SK/113/6-7  21 May 1784 (Morrow of Ascen. 1784)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indenture:
John Greensmith, plaintiff
Abraham Wood and wife Elizabeth, deforceants
1 messuage, 8 a. arable in Calverton.
£60.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/113/8  31 Aug 1784

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of a lease:
(1) Abraham Wood
(2) Richard Bonnington, of Nottm.
For £30, (1) to (2)
Public house called The Hutt and close adjoining (6a.1r.) formerly leased to (1) by John Greensmith for 42 years at £8 p.a. from 5 Apr 1784.
For use of (2) for remainder of 42 years.
(2) to pay £8 p.a. Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/113/9  15 Apr 1786

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of lease:
(1) Richard Bonnington
(2) James Archer of Nottm., warrener
For £47, (1) to (2)
Property as above.
For use of (2) for remainder of 42 years term. (2) to pay £8 p.a. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1) and (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/113/10  16Apr 1786

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of lease by way of mortgage:
(1) James Archer
(2) William Taylor of Nottm., hosier
For £30, (1) to (2)
Property as anove.
For use of (2) of (1) does not repay mortgage by 16 Oct next. Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/113/11  2 Apr 1787

Contents:
Indenture, lease:
(1) Margaret Sherbrooke of Oxton, widow
(2) Joseph Barker of Nottm., basket-maker
(1) to (2)
The Osiery (8a.) in Calverton.
For use of (2) for 21 years at £1 p.a.
Sig., seal of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/113/12  26 Jan 1788

Contents:
Agreement for sale of lease:
(1) James Archer of Nottm., rabbit-seller
(2) Edward Jones of Arnold, yeo.
For £105, (1) to (2)
Property as DD/SK/113/8 above.
For (2) for remainder of 42 year term.
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/113/13  28 Jan 1788

Contents:
Inventory of goods of James Archer at the Hut, Calverton. Total value £63.0s.11d.

[no title]  DD/SK/113/14  4 Feb 1788

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of lease:
(1) James Archer
(2) Elizabeth Taylor, widow, and William Taylor, stocking-trimmer, both of Nottm. (joint exors. of Will of late William Taylor)
(3) Edward Jones of Arnold, farmer
For £30 paid by (3) to (2) to repay mortgage (see DD/SK/113/10) and £75 paid by (3) to (1), (1) & (2) to (3)
Property as DD/SK/113/8 above.
For use of (3) for remainder of 42 year term.
Endorsed with receipts.
Sigs., seals of (1), (2) and (3). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/113/15-16  24 & 25 Mar 1788

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) John Greensmith of Nottm., hatter, and Matthew Heath of Nottm., baker, trustee
(2) Margaret Sherbrooke of Oxton, widow
For £210, (1) to (2)
The Hutt and close adjoining (6a. 1r.) in Calverton.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Mark, seal of J.G., sig., seal of M.H. Parch.

Close (Marshall, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/114/1-2  1792

[no title]  DD/SK/114/1-2  26 & 27 Jan 1792

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) John Marshall of Oxton, framework-knitter (surviving trustee for Will of late John Hollingworth); John Carding of Nottm., Michael, Robert, William and Samuel Carding, farmers all of Oxton, Mary Carding spin., Thomas Lamb of Oxton and wife Ann, John Giles of Car Colston and wife Elizabeth (children of daughter of late John Hollingworth); Henry Pearson of Nottm. and wife Ann (daughter of J.H.); Mary Oldfield of Nottm., spin. (child of daughter of J.H.)
(2) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq.
For £298, (1) to (2)
4 closes in Calverton called Thorney Dale (14 a.).
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1). Parch.

The Intake close (Hopkins, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/115/1-3  1809

[no title]  DD/SK/115/1  1809

Contents:
Abstract of title of John Hopkins to the Intake close at Calverton, quoting documents from Feb 1730.

[no title]  DD/SK/115/2-3  5 & 6 May 1809

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) John Hopkins of Kingston-on-Soar, gent.
(2) William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(3) Francis Evans of Lenton, esq.
For £124,2s.6d., (1) to (2)
Intake close (4a.30p.) in Calverton,
For use of (2), as he shall appoint, (3) trustee.
Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

Closes (Wilkinson)  DD/SK/116/1-2  1702

[no title]  DD/SK/116/1-2  1 & 2 May 1702

Contents:
Indenture, marriage settlement in form of lease and release:
(1) Hannah Wilkinson of Calverton, spin.
(2) Thomas Wilkinson of Calverton, uncle of (1), and Richard Porter of Bingham, gent.
For marriage of (1) and Joshua Simpson of Oxton, (1) to (2) 1/3 part of Burnah close (4a.) and Meadowhead close (3a.), in Calverton.
To (2) for use of (1) and her husband for life, and then for use of heirs.
Sig., mark of (1). Parch.

Grimesmoor (Surveyor of Highways, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/117/1  1863

[no title]  DD/SK/117/1  10 Feb 1863

Contents:
Sale of land:
(1) Surveyor of Highways
(2) H.P. Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £10, (1) to (2)
2r. land on Grimesmoor Common, Calverton.
Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs. of (1).

FARNSFIELD  DD/SK/118-121  1781-1879

Exchange (Gregory, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/118/1  1781

[no title]  DD/SK/118/1  2 Apr 1781

Contents:
Indenture, deed of exchange:
(1) Joshua Gregory of Greaves Lane, Edingley, yeo.
(2) Margaret Sherbrooke of Oxton, widow, and
William Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq. (nephew of M.S.)
(1) to (2)
Forest close, Farnsfield (11a.3r.). For use of (2).
(2) to (1)
Leaves Ley close in Edingley (3½a.)
For use of (1).
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

Banker Close (Greaves, Lowe)  DD/SK/119/1-2  1786

[no title]  DD/SK/119/1-2  28 & 29 Sept 1786

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Samuel Greaves of Oxton, farmer (exor. and devisee in trust for Will of late Robert Hather)
(2) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq.
For £62, (1) to (2)
Banker close (8a.) in Farnsfield.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

Lose of land (drafts, pedigrees, papers) (Devisees of Bingham, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/120/1-66  c. 1839 - 1879

[no title]  DD/SK/120/1a - d  1 Mar 1839

Contents:
Four copies of Will of Richard Bingham of Oxton leaving house and lands (6a.24p.) in Farnsfield to wife Mary for life and after her death to be divided equally between his nephews and nieces.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/2a - c  n.d. c. 1867

Contents:
Three copies of pedigree of nephews and nieces of late Richard Bingham who are entitled to a share in his real estate. 35 claimants altogether.
(a) with pencilled notes on some entries.
(b) some names marked with cross showing they are willing to sell to Sherbrooke.
(c) 28 names marked with circles showing they sold share to Sherbrooke in July 1863, Nov 1866 and Nov 1867.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/3a - b  28 Feb 1863

Contents:
(a) Declaration by Robert Mapleston of Lincoln as to the family of Mrs. Eleanar Walker (formerly Eleanar Bingham), sister of Richard Bingham, naming her 5 children as follows:- Elizabeth wife of Thomas Mason, George, Richard, Henry and Ann Walker. Copy of marriage certificate of William Walker and Eleanar Bingham attached.
(b) Draft for above.
Sig. of R.M.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/4  4 Mar 1863

Contents:
Declaration by William Godson of Sutton-on-Trent as to the family of Thomas Bingham, the brother of Richard Bingham, naming his 9 children. Copy of marriage certificate of Thomas Bingham and Sarah Cook attached.
Sig. of W.G.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/5a - d  10 Apr 1863

Contents:
(a) Declaration by William Bingham as to heirship of Elizabeth Ann Gilbert (formerly Bingham).
(b) Copy of marriage certificate of John Bingham and Elizabeth Gregory.
(c) Copy of certificate of baptism of Elizabeth Ann Bingham, daughter of parties in (b).
(d) Certificate of marriage of William Gilbert and Elizageth Bingham.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/6  n.d. c. 1865

Contents:
"Extracts from the Log Book of Henry Bingham, surgeon, on board the Symmetry and Aurora to Greenland and Davis's Straits, 1813-14" being an account of his family. Further declarations made at Bradford and Leeds concerning the later part of his life and his relatives, with personal memoranda on them.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/7  n.d. c. 1865

Contents:
Pedigree of Henry Bingham giving names of his 8 children and their dates of birth.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/8a - b  17 Aug 1866

Contents:
(a) Delcaration by George Bingham as to family of Henry Bingham, his father, naming 8 children of whom declaimant is eldest.
(b) Draft for above.
Sig. of G.B. on (a).

[no title]  DD/SK/120/9a - e  1866

Contents:
Copies of certificate of marriage and baptism of Henry Bingham and his 8 children, produced to support above declaration. Pedigree of H.B.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/10a - b  5 Sept 1866

Contents:
(a) Delcaration by Joseph Guirdam and William Tinker as to family of William Tinker and Sarah Bingham, naming their 9 children.
(b) Draft for above.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/11a - b  c.1866

Contents:
Copies of certificates of marriage and baptism of William Tinker and his 9 children, produced to support above delcaration. Pedigree of W.T.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/12  c. 1866

Contents:
Pedigree of William Tinker.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/13  7 Sept 1866

Contents:
Letter from William Esam of Retford to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold enclosing delcarations, pedigrees and certificates for William Tinker's family and George Bingham's family (as DD/SK/120/8-12 above).

[no title]  DD/SK/120/14a - v  Oct 1859 - Aug 1863

Contents:
22 letters from Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Gilbert (grand-daughter of George Bingham, bro. of Richard Bingham) to Messrs. Falconer and Newbold concerning her share in estate of late Richard Bingham. 2 shares accepted to be hers. Later correspondence concerns sale to Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/15a - c  Oct 1859 - Sept 1862

Contents:
3 letters from Mrs. Mary Atkinson (daughter of Elizabeth Hutchinson (nee Bingham) sister of Richard Bingham) to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold concerning her share in estate of Richard Bingham. By third letter she withdraws her claim to a share as she is unable to produce evidence of her mother's marriage as required.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/16  1860

Contents:
Letter from Elizabeth Wilson (daughter of Thomas Bingham, brother of Richard Bingham) to her brother Thomas Bingham, authorising him to act on her behalf for sale of their Uncle Richard Bingham's estate in which she has a share.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/17  1860

Contents:
Letter from William Bingham (son of Thomas Bingham, brother of Richard Bingham) to his brother Thomas, authorising him to act on his behalf for sale of their Uncle Richard Bingham's estate, in which he has a share.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/18a - b  1860

Contents:
(a) Name and address of William Slingsby (in America), husband of Mary (Bingham) daughter of Thomas Bingham, bro. of Richard Bingham.
(b) Letter from Mary Slingsby to brother Thomas authorising him to act on her bahalf for sale of their Uncle Richard Bingham's estate, in which she has a share.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/19  14 Jan 1861

Contents:
Letter from Henry Bingham (in America) the son of Thomas Bingham, brother of Richard Bingham, to ? Messrs. Falkner and Newbold asking them to act as his agent for sale of Richard Bingham's estate, in which he has a share, and to send him more information about it.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/20  1860

Contents:
Letter from George Bingham to his brother Thomas asking him to act as his agent for sale of Richard Bingham's, their Uncle, property in which he has a share.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/21  1860

Contents:
Letter from Jane Coulson (nee Bingham) to brother Thomas, requesting as above.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/22  1860

Contents:
Letter from Richard Bingham to brother Thomas, requesting as above.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/23a - c  Oct 1859 - Apr 1862

Contents:
3 letters from William Tinker to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold concerning his share in estate of his uncle, Richard Bingham. W.T. was authorised by his brothers and sisters to act on their behalf for sale of the estate.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/24  11 Oct 1859

Contents:
Letter from George Tinker to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold concerning his share in estate of his late uncle, Richard Bingham.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/25a - b  1859 - 1864

Contents:
2 letters from Henry Tinker to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold re his share in estate of his late uncle, Richard Bingham.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/26a - b  Oct 1859 - 1861

Contents:
2 letters from Mary Clark (nee Tinker) to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold re her share in estate of her uncle, Richard Bingham.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/27  1 Nov 1859

Contents:
Letter from Mary Ann Hind to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold re her share in estate of Richard Bingham, uncle of her mother Elizabeth Tinker.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/28  18 Aug 1860

Contents:
Letter from Robert Small, husband of Jane (Tinker) to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold re their share in property of Richard Bingham uncle of J.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/29  24 Oct 1859

Contents:
Letter from Martha Aldam to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold re her share in property of her late uncle, Richard Bingham.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/30a - c  Oct 1859 - 1862

Contents:
3 letters from Robert Lindley to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold re his wife Ann's share in estate of her uncle, Richard Bingham.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/31a - b  13 Jan and 8 Mar 1862

Contents:
2 authorisations from George Tinker, Henry Tinker, Jane Small, Mary Woodward, Ann Lindley, Martha Adams, Mary Ann Hind to William Tinker enabling him to act on their behalf in the settlement of their Uncle Richard Bingham's estate.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/32  27 Oct 1864

Contents:
Letter from William Tinker to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold enquiring about settlement of Richard Bingham's affairs.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/33a - c  Nov - Apr 1859/60

Contents:
3 letters from Henry James Bingham to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold, re his share in estate of Richard Bingham.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/34  12 Apr 1860

Contents:
Copy of certificate of baptism of James, son of James and Ann Bingham, brother and sister-in-law of Richard Bingham; baptised 28 Sept 1806.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/35a - h  June - Aug 1879

Contents:
8 letters from Messrs. Hodgkinson and Pashley, solicitors, Rotherham to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold, written on behalf of Henry James Bingham re his share in estate of Richard Bingham.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/36a - d  Nov 1879

Contents:
(a) & (b) Rough draft and draft of delcaration by Ann Bingham as to identity of Henry James Bingham.
(c) & (d) 2 letters from Hodgkinson and Pashley to Falkner and Newbold enclosed with above.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/37a - c  24 Mar 1862

Contents:
(a) Letter from Jane Steel, niece of Richard Bingham, enclosing her certificates of baptism and marriage.
(b) Copy of certificate of baptism of Jane Bingham.
(c) Copy of marriage certificate of Jane Bingham and George Steel.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/38a - d  Oct - Nov 1867

Contents:
4 letters from Jane Steel to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold claiming her share of the money raised by sale of estate of Richard Bingham.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/39a - d  1859 - 62

Contents:
4 letters to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold from Thomas, husband of Elizabeth Mason, niece of Richard Bingham, claiming her share to his estate.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/40a - e  1859 - 62

Contents:
4 letters and reply to questionnaire from George Walker to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold re his share in his uncle, Richard Bingham's, estate. George Walker agrees to sell.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/41a - b  June - July 1863

Contents:
2 letters from exors. of late George Walker's will to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold re late G.W.'s claim to share of Richard Bingham's estate.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/42a - f  1859 - 63

Contents:
(a - c) 3 letters from Richard Walker to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold re his share in his uncle Richard Bingham's estate.
(d) Consent of R.W. to sell his share.
(e) Answers to questionnaire re R.W.'s share.
(f) Printed business card of R.W., watch and clock-maker.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/43a - d  1859 - 63

Contents:
(a - b) 2 letters from Henry Walker to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold re his share in Uncle Richard Bingham's estate and that of his sister Anne.
(c) Answers to questionnaire re his share.
(d) Consent of H.W. to sell his share.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/44  22 Nov 1862

Contents:
Letter from Robert Mapleston to Messrs. F. & N. re children of Willian Walker and wife Ellen, sister of Richard Bingham.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/45a - c  Aug - Nov 1863

Contents:
3 letters from Henry Walker to Messrs. F. & N re his sister Jane's share of estate of their uncle R.B. H.W. claims J.W., now dec'd, share as her next of kin.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/46a - e  1862 - 3

Contents:
(a & b) Will and copy of George Walker leaving share in his Uncle R.B.'s esate to his sister Ann Walker
(c) Letter from John Beecham, trustee for will, to Messrs. F. & N. stating that he has sent Ann Walker (bro. of George Walker) and copy of G.W.'s Will.
(d) Letter from A.W. to Messrs. F. & N. enclosing copt of G.W.'s Will and arranging a meeting in London.
(e) Consent of A.W. to sell her share in R.B.'s estate.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/47a - e  1860 - 5

Contents:
4 letters from Thomas Bingham to Messrs. F. & N. and 1 from T.B. to Sherbrooke, re his share in R.B.'s estate and those of his brothers and sisters.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/48a - b  1860

Contents:
2 letters from George Bingham to Messrs. F. & N. re his share in R.B.'s estate and asking for early settlement.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/49a - c  1868 - 9

Contents:
3 letters from Edwin Bingham and 1 from George B. to Messrs. F. & N. and certificate of E.B.'s discharge from the Horse Guards, all re E.B.'s claim to share in R.B.'s estate.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/50a - b  1859

Contents:
2 copies of list of the 8 children of Thomas and Sarah Bingham.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/51a - b  Oct 1859

Contents:
2 letters from Thomas Bingham claiming his share in estate left by R.B. Endorsed "not entitled".

[no title]  DD/SK/120/52  10 Dec 1859

Contents:
Letter from John Moxon to Messrs. F. & N. claiming share in R.B.'s estate. ?not entitled.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/53  31 Dec 1860

Contents:
Letter from John Cutts, solicitor to the Tinkers of Whitwell to Messrs. F. & N. re the settlement of R.B.'s affairs.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/54  15 Nov 1859

Contents:
Letter from Richard Pidcock, solicitor to Henry Walker to Messrs. F. & N. re the settlement of R.B.'s affairs.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/55  29 Aug 1863

Contents:
Letter from Thomas and Williams to Messrs. F. &. N. re Henry Walker, who had claimed a 2nd share in R.B.'s estate, that of his sister Jane, after signing the deed.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/56a - e  1859 - 66

Contents:
5 letters from William Esam to Messrs. F. &. N. re the claims of Henry Bingham's family and Wm. Tinker's family to shares in R.B.'s estate.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/57a - c  1863

Contents:
Accounts of R. Mapleston, esq. and Thurston G. Dale for expenses incurred in drawing up delcaration in connection with settlement of R.B.'s estate (see DD/SK/120/3 a & b).

[no title]  DD/SK/120/58  12 June 1863

Contents:
Letter from J. Hawbridge of the District Probate Registry to Messrs. F. & N. enclosing copy of R.B.'s Will, for which the charge was 6/-.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/59a - c  1862/3

Contents:
3 letters from Henry Sherbrooke to Messrs. F. & N. re the purchase of land late property of R.B., from the devisees of R.B.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/60  29 July 1862

Contents:
List of devisees of R.B. who had agreed to sell their shares in his estate to Henry Sherbrooke; with valuation of land and amount due to each of devisees.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/61  1863 - 1866

Contents:
Memo. of sale by 11 of devisees of late R.B. of 13 shares of piece of land (6a.24p.) in Farnsfield, late property of R.B., to Henry Sherbrooke of £7 per share. H.S. then in possession of 13/36 of land.
Endorsed with memo. that in Nov 1866, H.S. purchased 15 more shares from other devisees of R.B. and was then owner of 7/9 of land.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/62  1863

Contents:
Draft for above.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/63  29 July 1863

Contents:
Draft conveyance:
(1) 11 devisees of R.B.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
For £7 paid to each of (1) for each share, (1) to (2) 13 shares of 6a.24p. land in Farnsfield late property of R.B.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/64  29 July 1863

Contents:
Account of amounts due to Richard, Thomas, William, and George Bingham, William and Elizabeth Wilson and Edward and Jane Coulson from sale of their shares in R.B.'s land, with deductions for costs and fees.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/65  1866

Contents:
Draft conveyance:
(1) 15 devisees of R.B.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
For £7 paid to each of (1), (1) to (2) 15 shares of land as in DD/SK/120/63.

[no title]  DD/SK/120/66  16 Nov 1867

Contents:
Draft conveyance:
(1) Jane Steel
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
For £7 (1) to (2) her share in R.B.'s land as in DD/SK/120/63.

Sale of close (Sherbrooke, Davison)  DD/SK/121/1-2  1834

[no title]  DD/SK/121/1-2  13 & 14 Feb 1834

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Ann Sherbrooke of Oxton, widow
(2) Henry Coape Sherbrooke of Sherwood Lodge, esq.
(3) Nathaniel Denison of Daybrook, esq.
(1) and (2) to (3)
71a.3r.24p. land in Farnsfield and Forest close (11a.3r.) in Farnsfield.
For use of (3).
Deed of disposition made under statute passed 3 & 4 William IV for abolishing fines and recoveries.
Sigs. of (1) & (2), seals of (1), (2) & (3).

HALAM, EDINGLEY, GREAVESLANE AND OSMONDTHORPE  DD/SK/122-124  1560-1744

Manors of Woodborough & Southwell, copyhold (Various, Cooper, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/122/1-88  1560-1737

[no title]  DD/SK/122/1  31 May 1605

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton
3. Manor Court
4. Steward: William Monday
5. William Hardmeat: surrendered
6. William Cowper: admitted
7. 1 selion arable in Halam and Edingley.
8. Fine 2d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/2  23 June 1606

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton
3. Manor Court
4. Steward: William Monday
5. Thomas May: surrendered
6. William Cowper: admitted
7. 2 selions arable in Halam, Edingley, Osmondthorpe
8. Fine 1d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/3  28 June 1606

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton
3. Manor Court
4. Steward: William Monday
5. Ralph Ellis: surrendered
6. William Cowper: admitted
7. 2 selions arable (½a.) in Halam, Edingley, Osmondthorpe.
8. Fine 1d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/4  28 June 1606

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton
3. View of Frank Pledge
4. Steward: William Monday
5. Edward Wymondesold: surrendered
6. William Cowper: admitted
7. 1 selion arable on Drinksall Nook in Halam & Edingley
8. Fine - ½d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/5  26 Oct 1610

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton
3. View of Frank Pledge
4. Steward: William Monday
5. William Hardmeat and William Dring (on behalf of Anna Leake, widow of Henry L.); surrendered
6. William Cowper: admitted
7. Piece of meadow in Halam & Edingley
8. Fine 1d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/6  26 Oct 1610

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton
3. View of Frank Pledge
4. Steward: William Monday
5. Ralph Ellis: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. 3 pieces meadow (1½r.) in Halam
8. Fine 1d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/7  26 Oct 1610

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton
3. Manor Court
4. Steward: William Monday
5. Richard Harman: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. 2 pieces land (1½r.) in Halam.
8. Fine 2d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/8  27 Oct 1610

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton
3. View of Frank Pledge
4. Steward: William Monday
5. William Dring: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. Piece of meadow land in Halam
8. Fine - ¼d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/9  23 Mar 1615

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton
3. View of Frank Pledge
4. Steward: John Martrall
5a. Lawrence Lupton: surrendered
6a. Thomas Herringe: admitted
5b. Thomas Herringe: surrendered
6b. William Cooper: admitted
7. ½a. meadow and 4 selions arable (1a.) in Halam & Edingley.
8. Fine 5d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/10  21 Jan 1616

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: John Martrall
5. Richard Cooke and Robert Cooke: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. Part of Rhodes croft, the south side, in Halam.
8. Fine 2d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/11  19 Apr 1616

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton
3. View of Frank Pledge
4. Steward: John Martrall
5. Cecilia Lupton, widow and William Penson and wife Katherine: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. Lands late of Lawrence Lupton dec'd in Halam & Edingley
8. Fine 13d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/12  19 Apr 1616

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton
3. View of Frank Pledge
4. Steward: John Martrall
5. Thomas May: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. 1 selion land in Norwood field in Halam & Edingley
8. Fine 4d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/13  25 May 1616

Contents:
Bond: Richard Cooke of Blidworth yeo. and Robert Cooke son of Richard C. bound in £80 to William Cooper jnr. Condition: peaceable enjoyment of land surrendered by R.C. to W.C. (DD/SK/122/10).
Sigs., seals of R.C. and R.C. Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/14  15 Oct 1617

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton.
3. View of Frank Pledge
4. Steward: John Martrall
5. Thomas May: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. Piece of meadow in Halam
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/15  20 Oct 1618

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton.
3. View of Frank Pledge
4. Steward: John Martrall
5. Francis Leake: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. Lands of F.L. in Halam
8. Fine 3d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/16  14 Oct 1619

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton.
3. View of Frank Pledge
4. Steward: John Martrall
5. Stephen Brome and wife Anne: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. 7 selions in Edingley & Halam
8. Fine 6d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/17  15 Apr 1623

Contents:
Bond: Stephen Brome of Farnsfield, gent. bound in £80 to William Cooper jnr. of Halam, yeo.
Condition: peaceful possession and enjoyment of lands surrendered by S.B. to W.C. (DD/SK/122/16)
Sig., tag, seal of S.B. Parch., Latin and English.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/18  19 Apr 1624

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton.
3. View of Frank Pledge
4. Steward: John Martrall
5. William Cooper jnr: surrendered
6. Constance Cooper, wife of above: admitted
7. Lands in Halam, Edingley & Osmondthorpe
8. Fine 3s. 2d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/19  11 Jan 1670/1

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Edward Hatton.
3. Customary court
4. Steward: William Clay
5. Thomas Cooper: surrendered
6. Edward Greathead and others: admitted
7. Messuages of T.C. in Halam
8. Fine 3s.4d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/20  18 Oct 1686

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll.
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Henry Smith
3. Manor court
4. Steward: Samuel Lowe
6. William Cooper gent., son and heir of Thomas C. dec'd.: admitted
7. Messuage, cottages, lands in Halam, Edingley, Greaves lane and Osmondthorpe, inherited by W.C. from T.C.
8. Fine 3s.4d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/21  19 Oct 1704

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll.
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Elias Stansfield
3. Court baron
4. Steward: Samuel Lowe
5. Zecharias Burton: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted and surrendered to Will
7. Lands in Halam, formerly mortgaged by W.C. to Z.B. on 10 Nov 1696.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/22  19 Jan 1736/7

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll.
2. Prebend of Woodborough. Robert Ayde
3. Customary court
4. Steward: Benjamin Clay
5. Benjamin Cooper: admitted and surrendered
6. John Clay and Gervas Marshall: admitted (trustees for Henry Sherbrooke)
7. Lands in Halam, inherited by B.C. from William Cooper, dec'd, his father
8. Fine 2s.11d.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/23  18 Jan 1736

Contents:
Account for surrender and admittance for Henry Sherbrooke, as above (DD/SK/122/22). Total costs - £1.16s.11d.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/24  27 Apr 1608

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll (recovery)
2. Prebend of Oxton Overhall. George Chaworth,kt.
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: George Small, snr.
5a. William Pigot: surrendered (cut of court)
6a. Roger Sulley: admitted
5b. Roger Sulley: surrendered
6b. William Savile, gent. and John Savile, his son: admitted
7. messuage and bovate of land in Oxton.
Recovery:
William Blanche: plaintiff
William and John Savile: deforceants
Messuage and bovate of land, as above.
1st vouchee: Roger Sulley
2nd vouchee: Lactucia Romney
3rd vouchee: William Pigot and wife Elizabeth
4th vouchee: Robert Downes (fails to appear) therefore William Blanche recovers land.
William Blanche, Roger Sulley, Lactucia Romney, William Pigot and wife Elizabeth, Robert Downes: surrendered William Savile and John Savile: admitted.
Land as above
Fine; 10s.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/25  27 Apr 1608

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll (recovery)
2. Prebend of Oxton Overhall. George Chaworth,kt.
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: George Small, snr.
5a. William Pigot: surrendered (cut of court)
6a. Roger Sulley: admitted
5b. Roger Sulley: surrendered
6b. William Savile, gent. and John Savile, his son: admitted
7. messuage and bovate of land in Oxton.
Recovery:
William Blanche: plaintiff
William and John Savile: deforceants
Messuage and bovate of land, as above.
1st vouchee: Roger Sulley
2nd vouchee: Lactucia Romney
3rd vouchee: William Pigot and wife Elizabeth
4th vouchee: Robert Downes (fails to appear) therefore William Blanche recovers land.
William Blanche, Roger Sulley, Lactucia Romney, William Pigot and wife Elizabeth, Robert Downes: surrendered William Savile and John Savile: admitted.
Land as above
Fine; 10s.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/26  14 Oct 1609

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll
2. Chapter of Southwell
3. View of Frank Fledge
4. Steward: John Martrall
5. William Hardmeat: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. 2 selions arable in Micklebarowhade, 1 ley meadow in Walton and 1 selion arable in Norwood field inHalam and Edingley and Osmondthorpe.
8. Fine 8d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/27  31 Mar 1610

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll
2. Chapter of Southwell
3. View of Frank Fledge
4. Steward: John Martrall
5. Thomas Leek: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. 5 selions arable (2a.) in Wolsley field in Halam,Edingley, Osmondthorpe and Greaves Lane
8. Fine 6d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/28  13 Apr 1560

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Queen (in absence of Archbishop of York)
3. Queens Court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. Thomas Dringe: surrendered
6. Thomas Cowper: admitted. Lease for 8 yrs.
7. Close in Holbeck.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/29  19 June 1568

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Thomas, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5a. Thomas Cowper: surrendered
6a. Thomas Dringe: admitted
5b. Thomas Dringe: surrendered
6b. Robert Cowper: admitted. Lease for 18 yrs.
5c. Thomas Dringe: surrendered
6c. Thomas Cowper: admitted
7a & b. Close in Holbeck
7c. Holbeck close
8c. Fine 17d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/30(A)  13 Oct 1576

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Queen, in absence of Archbishop of York
3. Queen's court
4.
5. Robert Mylner: surrendered
6. John Sye: admitted
7. 2 wongs arable land called Newhawfield (5a.) in Edingley, Halam, Osmondthorpe.
8. Fine 4d.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/30(B)  19 Jan 1577

Contents:
1. Copy of Court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Queen, in absence of Archbishop of York
3. Queen's court
4.
5. Robert Mylner: surrendered
6. Thomas Cowper: admitted
7. ½a. arable land in Halam,Edingley, Osmondthorpe.
8. Fine 1d.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/30(C)  7 Sept 1577

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. John Sye: surrendered
6. Thomas Cowper: admitted
7. 2 wongs arable called Newhawfeld (5a.) in Edingley, Halam, Osmondthorpe
8. Fine 4d.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/30(D)  28 Sept 1577

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. Alexander Cowper: surrendered
6. Thomas Cowper: admitted
7. 1a. meadow land in Halam, Edingley, Osmondthorpe.
8. Fine 1d.
(copies of 4 entries (A) to (D) on 1 sheet)
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/31  11 May 1580

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwid, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. Edmund Bulby: surrendered
6. Thomas Cowper: admitted
7. Close in Holbeck
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/32  2 May 1601

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell, Mathew, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Samuel Bettenham
5. William Atkinson: surrendered
6. Thomas Cowper: admitted
7. 2 ac. meadow in Halam & Edingley
8. Fine 8d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/33  9 Feb 1604

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell, Mathew, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: John Ferne, kt.
5. Thomas Cowper: surrendered (out of court on 5 Jan)
6. William Cowper, son of above: admitted
7. 2 closes in Holbeck
8. Fine 2s.5d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/34  2 Mar 1604

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell, Mathew, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: John Ferne, kt.
6. William Cowper, son of late Thomas Cowper; admitted
7. Lands etc. late held by Thomas Cowper, in Halam and Edingley(?)
8. Fine 37s.8d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/35  4 May 1605

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: John Ferne, kt.
5. Edmund Wymondesold: surrendered
6. William Cowper: admitted
7. 3 pieces land in Nether Meadow, ½ r. and 1 piece land in Upper Meadow and 1 swathe in Halam
8. Fine 1d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/36  5 July 1606

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell, King, in absence of Archbishop
3. King's court
4. Steward: John Ferne, kt.
5. Edmund Wymondesold: surrendered
6. William Cowper: admitted
7. 1 selion pasture in Norwoodfield (1r.) in Halam.
8. Fine 1d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/37  5 July 1606

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell, King, in absence of Archbishop
3. King's court
4. Steward: John Ferne, kt.
5. William Leeke, snr. and son Thomas Leeke: surrendered (out of court)
6. William Cowper: admitted
7. 4 selions pasture in Halam and Edingley (1a.).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/38  27 Sept 1606

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Tobias, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: John Ferne, kt.
5. William Cowper surrendered, for marriage settlement
6. William Cowper and Alice Alvey: admitted
7. 1 messuage in Easthorpe, with all lands and meadows and pastures belonging
8. Fine 24s.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/39  23 May 1607

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Tobias, Archbishop of York
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: John Ferne, kt.
5. Edmund Wymondesold: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. 1 selion land (½a.) in Halam and Edingley
8. Fine 1d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/40  20 May 1609

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Tobias, Archbishop of York
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: John Ferne
5. John Owthweyt, Richard Owthweyt and Edward Manascie: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. Close of pasture in Holbeck
8. Fine 12d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/41  1 July 1609

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Court Baron
4. -
5. William Cooper snr.: surrendered
6. William Cooper jnr.: admitted
7. Close of pasture in Halam
8. Fine 4d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/42  15 Jan 1610

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Toby, Archbishop of York
3. Court baron
4. Steward: George Small, clerk
5. Thomas Wright: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. 1 a. meadow, 1 selion pasture in Edingley & Halam.
8. Fine 2d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/43  14 Apr 1610

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Toby, Archbishop of York
3. Court baron
4. Steward: George Small, clerk
5. John Watson and wife Elizabeth: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. 13 selions in Newhallfield and 6 selions in Goldhillfield in Halam, Edingley & Osmondthorpe.
8. Fine 12d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/44  26 May 1610

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Toby, Archbishop of York
3. Court baron
4. Steward: George Small, clerk
5. William Dringe: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. Piece of meadow, 9 "series" and piece of meadow, 11 "series" in Halam & Edingley.
8. Fine 2d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/45  26 May 1610

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Toby, Archbishop of York
3. Court baron
4. Steward: George Small, clerk
5. Richard Cooke: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. 1 selion meadow (½a.) in Halam and Edingley.
8. Fine 1d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/46  23 May 1612

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Toby, Archbishop of York
3. Manor Court
4. Steward: George Small, clerk
5. William Cowe and Edward Kay: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. 48 selions arable and ½a. meadow in Halam, Edingley and Osmondthorpe
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/47  17 Oct 1612

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Manor court
4. Steward: George Small, clerk
5. Edmund Wimondsold: surrendered
6. William Cooper, jnr.: admitted
7. 2 selions meadow (1r.) in Halam
8. Fine 1d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/48  10 Apr 1613

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Manor court
4. Steward: George Small, clerk
5.Thomas Leeke: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. 3 selions arable (1a), 1 selion arable (½a.) and 1 swathe meadow in Halam and Edingley.
8. Fine 5d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/49  22 May 1613

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Manor court
4. Steward: George Small, clerk
5. Henry Martin: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. 1 close pasture (1a) in Edingley and Halam
8. Fine 4d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/50  15 Jan 1614

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Manor court
4. Steward: George Small, clerk
5. Richard Cooke, Francis Leeke, John Sturtevent: surrendered (out of court)
6. William Cooper: admitted (at court held 26 Feb 1614)
7. 2 leys pasture, 2 selions land (1a), 1 ley (1r), 2 selions land (1a), 2 selions pasture (1r) in Halam, Edingley and Osmondthorpe
8. Fine 20d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/51  9 Apr 1614

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Manor court
4. Steward: George Small, clerk
5. William Cooper, son of Robert Cooper dec'd: surrendered
6. William Cooper, son of Thomas Cooper: admitted
7. 1r. meadow, selion arable (½a.), 2 selions arable and 1 selion arable in Halam.
8. Fine 2nd.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/52  9 Apr 1614

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Manor court
4. Steward: George Small, clerk
5. William Cooper, son of Robert Cooper dec'd: surrendered
6. William Cooper, son of Thomas Cooper: admitted
7. Close, arable, meadow, pasture lands in Halam, Edingley, Greeves lane and Osmondthorpe.
8. Fine 2d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/53  11 June 1614

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. Henry Ward: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. Piece of meadow in Halam
8. Fine ¼d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/54  10 June 1615

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. Bartholomew Dring and John Watson jnr.: surrendered
6. William Cooper jnr.: admitted
7. 3 selions arable (1a) in Halam and Edingley.
8. Fine 2d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/55  10 June 1615

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. Francis Leek: surrendered (out of court on 20 May)
6. William Cooper jnr.: admitted
7. cottage in Halam with croft adjoining
8. Fine 3d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/56  13 Oct 1615

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. Thomas Leek: surrendered
6. William Cooper jnr.: admitted
7. 2 selions arable and 1 piece meadow (1r) in Halam, Edingley and Greaves Lane.
8. Fine 2d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/57  25 Nov 1615

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. William Cooper snr.: surrendered
6. William Cooper jnr.: admitted
7. 4 selions arable in Norwoodfield in Halam and Edingley
8. Fine 1d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/58  16 Dec 1615

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. Matthew Woodcock: surrendered
6. William Cooper jnr.: admitted
7. Piece of meadow in Halam
8. Fine ½d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/59  4 May 1616

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. Richard Cooke and son Robert: surrendered (out of court on 20 Apr)
6. William Cowper jnr.: admitted
7. 2 selions arable in Norwood field in Halam and Edingley
8. Fine 4d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/60A-B  28 Feb 1617; 11 Apr 1618

Contents:
(A) 1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. Anna Cowper: surrendered
6. William Cowper jnr.: admitted
7. 7 selions arable in Halam and Edingley
8. Fine 4d.
Parch., Latin.
(B) 1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. Thomas Stanhope: surrendered (out of court on 16 Mar)
6. William Cowper jnr.: admitted
7. Meadow, pasture and arable in Halam and Edingley, as detailed
8. Fine 4d.
(2 entries DD/SK/122/60A & DD/SK/122/60B on 1 sheet)
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/61  26 July 1617

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. Henry Ward: surrendered
6. William Cowper jnr.: admitted
7. 2 selions arable (1a) in Halam and Edingley
8. Fine 4d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/62  27 Sept 1617

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. Robert Cooke: surrendered
6. William Cowper jnr.: admitted
7. 2 selions (½a.) and 2 selions (3r.) in Halam and Edingley
8. Fine 4d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/63  2 May 1618

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. William Hardmeat: surrendered
6. William Cowper jnr.: admitted
7. 3 selions arable in Gouldhill field in Halam and Edingley
8. Fine ½d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/64  23 May 1618

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Edwin, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Chroughton(?)
5. John Firman: surrendered
6. William Cowper: admitted
7. Piece of meadow in Snayleholes Close, Halam
8. Fine ½d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/65  4 July 1629

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Samuel, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Humphrey Small
5. William Loscoe and wife Margaret (daughter and heir of late William Cowper): surrendered
6. Thomas Cowper: admitted
7. Close in Holbeck
8. Fine 2s. 5d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/66  22 May 1647

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Samuel, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: Humphrey Small
5. Gervas Ward: surrendered (out of court on 29 Mar)
6. Thomas Cooper: admitted
7. 1 selion (½a.) pasture in Halam and Edingley
8. Fine 2d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/67  30 Nov 1650

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Samuel, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: William Clay
5. Thomas Cooper: surrendered (?for marriage settlement)
6. Thomas Cooper and wife Anne; admitted
7. Meadow and pasture lands in Bank closes, Holbeck closes, Long close, Walton, Parrock and Flash closes and 10 a. arable in open fields inHalam, Edingley, Osmondthorpe and Greaves Lane.
8. Fine 3s.4d.
Paper, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/68  27 July 1661

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell, Acceptus, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: William Clay
5. George Cooper: surrendered
6. Thomas Cooper: admitted
7. 13a. meadow, 2 closes pasture (13a.) in Halam and Edingley.
8. Fine 4s.8d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/69  17 Aug 1667

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell, Acceptus, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: William Clay
5. Simon Cooper: surrendered
6. Thomas Cooper and wife Anne: admitted
7. Lands of Simon Cooper in closes called
Micklebarrow hades in Halam
8. Fine 1d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/70  15 June 1671

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell, Richard, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: William Clay
5.-
6. William Cooper, son and heir of late Thomas Cooper: admitted
7. Lands in Halam, late held by Thomas Cooper
8. Fine 9s.5d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/71  30 Nov 1672

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell, Richard, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: William Clay
5. William Redman: surrendered
6. Anne Cooper: admitted
7. 3 selions arable in Halam, Edingley, Greaves Lane and Osmondthorpe
8. Fine 2d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/72  13 Jan 1682/3

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell, Richard, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: William Clay
5. Stephen Moore: surrendered
6. Anne Cooper: admitted
7. 3 selions arable, 1a. in Newhallfield and 1 selion, ½a. in Wolsley field in Halam
8. Fine 5d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/73  13 Jan 1682/3

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell, Richard, Archbishop of York
3. Archbishop's court
4. Steward: William Clay
5. Stephen Moore: surrendered
6. Anne Cooper: admitted
7. 3 selions arable, 1a. in Newhallfield and 1 selion, ½a. in Wolsley field in Halam
8. Fine 5d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/74  22 Sept 1686

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll (recovery)
2. Manor of Southwell. King, in absence of Archbishop of York
3. Customary court
4. Steward: Samuel Lowe
5. Edward Greathead and wife Constance (a daughter of late Thomas Cooper): surrendered
6. George Cooper: admitted
7. Lands, tenements etc. in Halam, Edingley, Greaves Lane and Osmondthorpe
8. Fine 3s.6d.
Recovery:
Edward Stourton: plaintiff
George Cooper: deforceant
30 a. arable, 60 a. meadow, 60 a. pasture and common pasture in Halam, Edingley, Greaves Lane and Osmondthorpe.
1st vouchee: Edward Greathead
2nd vouchee: Richard Wells (fails to appear)
Therefore E.S. recovers land
Edward Stourton, George Cooper, Edward Greathead and wife Constance: surrendered
William Cooper: admitted
Land as above
William Cooper, surrendered, for mortgage. Edward Greathead, admitted.
W.C. to repay mortgage of £100 plus interest by 20 Sept 1689.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/75A - C  10 Nov 1696; 28 Feb 1701/2

Contents:
A 1. Copy of court roll (recovery)
2. Manor of Southwell. John, Archbishop of York
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Samuel Lowe
5. Robert Moare, clerk and William Booth, gent., feoffees of Samuel Lowe: surrendered
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. Mansion house, 14 closes and 14 a. arable land in Halam, Edingley, Greaves Lane and Osmondthorpe, formerly mortgaged for £300 on 11 May 1694 to Robert Moare and William Booth
8. Fine 7s.
B 1. Copy of court roll (recovery)
2. Manor of Southwell. John, Archbishop of York
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Samuel Lowe
5. William Cooper, surrendered for mortgage
6. Zacharias Burton: admitted
7. Lands as above
W.C. to repay £50 mortgage with interest by 11 May 1698
C 1. Copy of court roll (recovery)
2. Manor of Southwell. John, Archbishop of York
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Samuel Lowe
5. Zecharias Burton: surrendered (on repayment of mortgage)
6. William Cooper: admitted
7. Lands as above
8. Fine 7s.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/76  19 Oct 1704

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll (recovery)
2. Manor of Southwell. John, Archbishop of York
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Samuel Lowe
5. William Cooper: surrendered to will
6.-
7. All messuages, cottages, lands, tenements in Halam held by W.C. from Manor
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/77  24 Apr 1721

Contents:
Copy of William Cooper's Will, leaving copyhold and freehold lands in Halam and elsewhere in Notts. to Benjamin, his son, charged with £40 p.a. to be paid to W.C.'s wife during her life-time. In event of Benjamin's death, lands to pass to Samuel, his 2nd son. Other bequests to Samuel and his 3 daughters (Ann, Mary and Isabel). Ann Cooper, his wife, to act as trustee until children are 21. Thomas Burton and Joseph Hydell appointed guardians to children.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/78  24 May 1735

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Lancelot, Archbishop of York
3. Customary Court
4. Steward: Edward Becher
5. Ann Cooper, widow of late William Cooper: admitted (until son Benjamin is 21)
6.-
7. Lands, messuages, cottages etc. in Halam, Edingley, Greaves Lane and Osmondthorpe late held by William Cooper from Lord of Manor
8. Fine 11s. 8d.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/79  30 Dec 1736

Contents:
Articles of agreement for sale:
(1) Benjamin Cooper of Boston, Lincs, grocer
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(1) to (2)
Farm in Halam in occ. of John Upton, with all buildings and lands, both freehold and copyhold and leasehold in Halam, Edingley, Greaves Lane and Osmondthorpe.
(2) to (1). £1340.
(2) to pay costs of surrender and other deeds.
Sigs. of (1) and (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/122/80  3 Jan 1736/7

Contents:
Letter from Edward Becker at Norwood to Henry Sherbrooke re Cooper's surrender of lands at Halam to Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/81  n.d. c. Jan 1737

Contents:
Terrier of lands late held by late William Cooper of Manor of Southwell, now being surrendered by Benjamin Cooper to Henry Sherbrooke. Giving names of closes and acreage and total acreage of lands in fields. Also, on back, amounts due on lands each year.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/82  17 Jan 1736/7

Contents:
Statement, signed by curate and churchwarden of Friskney, Lincs., that Benjamin Cooper was baptised at Friskney on 27 Nov 1715.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/83  18 Jan 1736/7

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Lancelot, Archbishop of York
3. Customary court
4. Steward: Edward Becher
5. -
6. Benjamin Copper, son of late William Cooper: admitted
7. Messuages, cottages, and lands in Halam, Edingley, Greaves Lane and Osmondthorpe, late held by W.C.
8. Fine 11s.8d.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/84  18 Jan 1736/7

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll (Recovery)
2. Manor of Southwell. Lancelot, Archbishop of York
3. Customary court
4. Steward: Edward Becher
5. Benjamin Cooper and Ann Cooper: surrendered
6. John Clay: admitted
7. Mansion house, now in occ. of John Upton, 40 a. arable in fields, 14 closes in Halam, Edingley, Greaves Lane and Osmondthorpe.
8. Fine 11s.8d.
Recovery:
John Hoyland: plt.
John Clay: def.
1 messuage, 40 a. arable, 60 a. meadow, 60 a. pasture and common pasture in Halam, Edingley, Greaves Lane and Osmondthorpe.
1st vouchee: Benjamine and Ann Cooper
2nd vouchee: Gervas Marshall (fails to appear) therefore J.H. recovers land. Fine 11s.8d.
J.H., J.C., B.C. and A.C.: surrendered
Benjamin Cooper: admitted.
Land as above.
Fine 11s.8d.
B.C.: surrendered
Henry Sherbrooke: admitted
Land as above
Fine 11s.8d.
Henry Sherbrooke: surrendered
John Clay and Gervas Marshall: admitted, in trust for H.S.
Land as above.
Fine 11s.8d.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/85  19 Jan 1736/7

Contents:
Bond:
Benjamin Cooper bound in £2,700 to Henry Sherbrooke.
Condition: to afford peaceable possession of lands surrendered by B.C. to H.S. as DD/SK/122/22 and DD/SK/122/84.
Sig., seal of B.C.

[no title]  DD/SK/122/86-87  18 & 19 Jan 1736/7

Contents:
Lease and release:
(1) Benjamin Cooper of Boston, Lincs., grocer and his widowed mother Ann Cooper
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £1340 (1) to (2)
Freehold parts of farm in Halam and lands etc. belonging (copyhold parts of farm surrendered by (1) to (2) see DD/SK/122/22 and DD/SK/122/84).
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/122/88  18 Jan 1736/7

Contents:
Edward Becher's account for drawing up deeds, searching court rolls and preparing surrenders, admissions and recovery for purchase of lands and farm by H.S. Total £9.19.11d.
Endorsed with receipt.

Wootley Close (Gregory, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/123/1-7  1730-1743

[no title]  DD/SK/123/1  8 Feb 1730

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Thomas Hitchbone of Farnsfield, husbandman
(2) Joshua Gregory of Graves Lane, Edingley, framework-knitter
For £64.2.6d. (1) to (2)
Woofley close (7a.) in Edingley, Halam, Greaves Lane and Osmondthorpe.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., tag, seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/123/2  13 Nov 1733

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) Joshua Gregory
(2) Hannah Gregory of Graveslane, spin.
(1) to (2)
Property as above.
For use of (2).
Sig., tag, seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/123/3-4  28 & 29 Mar 1743

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Joshua Gregory, Matthew Johnson of Blidworth yeo and wife Hannah (daughter of J.G.)
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
For £90, (1) to (2)
Woofaley close (8a) in Edingley.
For use of (2). (1) to levy a fine.
Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1)

[no title]  DD/SK/123/5  29 Mar 1743

Contents:
Bond: Joshua Gregory to Matthew Johnson bound in £180 to Henry Sherbrooke.
Condition: to observe covenant of even date
(DD/SK/123/4).
Sigs., seals of J.G. and M.J.

[no title]  DD/SK/123/6-7  28 Apr 1743 (Quind. Easter 1743)

Contents:
Final concord, right and left hand indentures: Henry Sherbrooke, esq.: plaintiff
Joshua Gregory and Matthew Johnson and wife Hannah: deforceants
8 a. arable, 8 a. meadow, 8 a. pasture in Edingley, Halam, Greaveslane and Osmondthorpe.
£60.
Parch.

Limepit Close, etc. (Foster, Gregory, Man, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/124/1-7  1715-1744

[no title]  DD/SK/124/1-2  18 & 19 Apr 1715

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Samuel Foster of Southwell, mercer
(2) Joshua Gregory of Greveslane, Edingley, framework knitter
(3) William Man of Greveslane, Oxton, yeo.
For 5/- paid by (3) to (1) and £63 paid by (3) to (2), (1) & (2) to (3)
Limepitt (alias Leesley) close and Parkinson's Orchard (3½a.) in Edingley.
For use of (3). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/124/3  2 Jan 1727 pr. 13 June 1730

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of William Man of Oxton. Various small bequests to his brothers, sisters, nephews and neices, leaving Leevesley close to be sold to Henry Sherbrook for £60 at the death of W.M,'s wife.
Tag., seal of Chapter of Southwell. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/124/4  20 Apr 1730

Contents:
Inventory of goods and personal estate of William Man of Oxton, total value £120. Appraised by William Hather, Joshua Gregory, William Stagg and W. Morton.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/124/5  20 May 1740 pr. 14 Mar 1743

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of Ruth Man of Oxton, widow, leaving various sums of money and articles to her nephews and neices and appointing nephews William Weightman and John Weightman as exors.
Tag, seal of Chapter of Southwell. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/124/6-7  10 & 11 May 1744

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) William Weightman of Greaves, Oxton & John Weightman of Oxton, wheelwrights (exors of late Ruth Man)
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
In accordance with terms of will of William Man (see DD/SK/124/3 above), for £60, (1) to (2) Limepitt close (alias Leesley) close and Parkinson Orchard (3½a.) in Edingley.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

LOWDHAM AND GUNTHORPE  DD/SK/125  1596-1711

Manor of Lowdham and Gunthorpe (Willoughby, Mullins, Andrews, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/125/1-8  1596-1711

[no title]  DD/SK/125/1  5 July 1596

Contents:
Draft indenture, covenant, for marriage settlement:
(1) Sir Francis Willughbie of Wollaton kt., and wife Lady Dorothy; Edmond and Thomas Mullynor of London, esqs.; Ralph Ball, citizen and goldsmith of London
(2) Sir Michael Mullyns of Clapcott, Berks., kt., Barrartyne Mullyns (son and heir of above)
(1) covenants to (2) that in consideration of marriage of Sir F.W. and Lady Dorothy, Manors of Gunthorpe, Lowdham and Lambley, purchased by Sir F.W. from Thomas Sutton on 27 May last, shall be for use of Sir F.W. for life and then for use of Lady D. and her heirs for ever.

[no title]  DD/SK/125/2  n.d. c. 1645

Contents:
Notes re title of William Mullins, Elizabeth Rearsbie and William Dalston to manors of Lowdham and Gunthorpe. Notes of 4 deeds re manors on reverse.

[no title]  DD/SK/125/3  15 June 1647

Contents:
Indenture, tripartite, deed of partition:
(1) William Mullins, younger son of late Bridget M., of Sherfield Court, Southampton, esq.
(2) Dame Elizabeth Rearsbie of Icles, Rotherham, widow
(3) Sir William Dalston of Dalston, Cumberland, kt. and baronet
Deed of partition of manors of Lowdham and Gunthorpe as follows:-
To (1) c. 47 a. arable c. 26½ a. meadow, c. 29a. pasture. farms and cottages c. 320 a. and c. 110 a. wood and the ferry in Gunthorpe.
(1) to pay £8.17s.9¼d. p.a. to King and £2.5s. p.a. to Philip, Earl of Chesterfield.
To (2) c. 47 a. arable, c. 27a. meadow, c. 13a. pasture, farms and cottages c. 319a. and c.172 a. wood and water mill in Lowdham.
(2) to pay £8.17s.9¼d. p.a. to King and to Philip, Earl of Chesterfield. £2.
To (3) c. 47 a. arable, c. 30 a. meadow, c. 55 a. pasture, farms and cottages c. 344 a. and 113 a. wood.
(3) to pay £8.17s.9¼d. p.a. to King and 8s. 4d. p.a. to Philip, Earl of Chesterfield.
Sigs., seals of (2) & (3). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/125/4  1 Sept 1647

Contents:
Indenture, lease for marriage settlement:
(1) William Mullins, younger son of late
(2) George Pitt of Stratfield Sey, Hants, esq., and Humphrey Glastocke of Herkfield, Hants, esq. (trustees for Mary, wife of (1))
In consideration of marriage of (1) and Mary, (1) to (2) 1/3 part of manors of Lowdham and Gunthorpe with lands etc. belonging as apportioned to him above (see DD/SK/125/3 above). To (2) in trust for Mary wife of (1), after death of (1), for remainder of her life or 99 years, at peppercorn rent.
Sig., tag of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/125/5  n.d. c. 1650

Contents:
Abstract of 2 deeds re Manors of Lowdham and Gunthorpe (DD/SK/125/3 and DD/SK/125/4).

[no title]  DD/SK/125/6  9 July 1650

Contents:
Decree in Chancery:
Mary Mullins, widow of William M. of Sherfield, Hants., and children William and Ursula: plaintiffs
George Pitt and Humphrey Glastocke: deforceants
Decree re 1/3 part of manors of Woodland, Knowleton, Malperton, Winterborne Kingston, Winterborne Minsterton, Blacksworth, West Morden, East Morden, Langton, Kington, Lacy, Laughton, Heiring, Heringston and Withrige, Dorset, which were conveyed to deforceants on 18 May last as follows:- or use of William Mullins during his life-time and at his death to be sold by deforceants and money raised to be handed to Mary M. who was to use it as appointed for her children William and Ursula. Defs. failed to carry out trust imposed on them and plaintiff bought bill to Chancery Court.
Decree orders defs. to sell property in accordance with the trust and pass purchase money to plt., who is to use it as appointed. Defs. are to receive from purchase money, charges, etc. incurred in sale.
Tag and Chancery seal. Parch., Latin & English.

[no title]  DD/SK/125/7  11 Aug 1675

Contents:
Indenture, counrtpart release, marriage settlement (lease missing):
(1) William Molyns of Sherfield upon Loden, Hants, esq.
(2) Richard Agliffe of Whitchurch, Hants, esq.
(3) Anne Stocker, snr. of Illesfield, Hants, widow
(4) Sir Thamworth Reresby of Sherfield upon Lodon, esq., and John Matthew of Hoddington, Hants, esq.
(5) Mary Stocker of Illesfield, spin, eldest d. of (3)
In consideration of marriage between (1) and (5), (1) to (2), (3) and (4)
Messuages and lands of (1) in Sherfield upon Loden and his part of manors of Lowdham and Gunthorpe. For use of (1) for life, then for use of (5) for life and for their heirs.
Tags of (2) & (5).; seals, tags, seals of (3) & (4). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/125/8  9 June 1711

Contents:
Deed of gift:
(1) Denzill Andrews of Caythorpe, gent., nephew of (2)
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
(1) to (2)
Lands in Lowdham and any other lands of (1).
Seal, sig of (1). Parch.

BASSETLAW HUNDRED  DD/SK/126  1652

Parts of which are parcel of Manor of Hockerton (Hutchinson, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/126/1  1652

[no title]  DD/SK/126/1  31 Aug 1652

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) George Hutchinson of Owthorpe, esq.
(2) Thomas Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £301.13s.4d., (1) to (2)
The bailiwicks and liberties beyond and on this side of Trent and Bassetlaw as 1 part of the Manor of Hockerton and common fines, chief rents, etc. belonging, amounting to £14.1s.4d. p.a.
For use of (2). Survey of fines and rents take Apr 1650 attached.
Sig., tag, seal of (1). Parch.

CAR COLSTON  DD/SK/127-131A  1328-1858

Raile Close & other pieces of land (Moryns, Grys, Whalley, Hamerton, Machin, Porter, Latham, Alvey)  DD/SK/127/1-12  1328-1832

[no title]  DD/SK/127/1  13 July 1328 (Wednesday after trans. of St. Thomas 1328)

Contents:
Deed poll, Grant:
(1) Emma, d. of Robert Moryn of Kylfyngton, staying at Kercolston
(2) John Grys of Kercolston and wife Emma
(1) to (2)
1 a. arable land in Shackurdale, Kercolston.
To (2) for term of life of (1). Warrantry clause.
Witnesses: Alan de Raby of Kercolston; William, son of Master John, clerk of the same place; John son of Thomas; John son of Randolf; John ?Botild of the same place and others.
Tag. Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/127/2a  1 Nov 1610

Contents:
Deed poll, Gift:
(1) Richard Whalley, esq.
(2) Robert Allvye, gent.
(1) to (2)
4 a. land by the Fosse at Carcolston, in occ. of Richard Kyrke (given because division of land at Carcolston between (1) and (2) was questionable)
For use of (2), after death of Kyrke's wife.
Endorsed with memo. that the document was shown to Richard Reeve at a Commission at Newark on 28 Dec 1638 (probably a case in Chancery) between Thomas Alvey, plt. and John Machin and others, defs.
Sig., seal of (1). Paper. Damaged.

[no title]  DD/SK/127/2b  4 July 1620

Contents:
Deed poll, Quitclaim:
(1) Thomas Whalley s. and heir of Richard W., of Kirton Hall, Notts., esq.
(2) John Hamerton of Car Colston, gent.
(1) to (2)
All claim to 5 a. land in close adjoining Fosee Way in Car Colston, known as Trueman's plot. Sold by R.W. to (2).
Sig., tag, seal of (1). Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/127/3  n.d. c.1832

Contents:
Copy of above, made by Thos. Bentinck c.1832.

[no title]  DD/SK/127/4  2 Oct 1832

Contents:
Letter from Thomas William Bentinck at Belvoir Castle to Rev. C. Thoroton re the copy and original deed above, for land at Car Colston.

[no title]  DD/SK/127/5  1 Sept 1619

Contents:
Deed poll, Quitclaim:
(1) Grissell Aston of Leicester, widow
(2) Thomas Latham of Kerbie Bellard, Leics., gent.
(1) to (2)
All claim to messuages and lands of (1) in Car Colston.
Sig., tag of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/127/6  17 Apr 1620

Contents:
Bond: Richard Whalley of Kirton Hall, esq. bound in £60 to John Hammerton of Carcolston.
Condition: to observe covenant of even date.
Sig., tag, seal of R.W. Parch., Latin & English.

[no title]  DD/SK/127/7  24 June 1637

Contents:
Deed poll, feoffment, with delivery of seisin endorsed:
(1) John Machin of Carcolston, wheelwright
(2) Launcelot Machin, younger son of (1)
For £20 (1) to Edmond Winter of Carcolston, clerk and William Cookson of Shelton, yeo.
Royle close in Carcolston in occ. of (1).
For use of (1) for life and then for use of (2).
Endorsed with memo. that document was shown to Thomas Wilson at a Commission held at Newark on 28 Dec 1638 between Thomas Alvey and John Machin and others defs. (see also DD/SK/127/2).
Mark, tag, seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/127/8  14 Oct 1639

Contents:
Indenture, release:
(1) John Machin of Carcolston, wheelwright
(2) Launcelot Machin of South Collingham, wheelwright, younger son of (1)
(1) to (2)
Property as above, formerly conveyed by (1) to Edmund Winter and William Cookson, for use of (1) and (2) (see DD/SK/127/7).
Mark, tag, seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/127/9  10 Feb 1641

Contents:
Bond, Thomas Alvey bound in £100 to John and Lancelot Machin.
Condition: to perform award to be made by William Babbington and William Allestrey, esqs. before next Easter Term, of all titles and claims between T.A. and J. and L.M.
Sig., seal of J.A.

[no title]  DD/SK/127/10  30 Apr 1650

Contents:
Bond, Lancelot Machin bound in £600 to Richard Porter of Bingham, gent. Condition: to observe covenants contained in indentures of bargain and sale of even date.
Sig. of L.M. Parch., Latin, English.

[no title]  DD/SK/127/11  22 Aug 1650

Contents:
Receipt for £30 received by Lancelot Machin from Richard Porter: money part of £100 due on a bond to be paid to L.M. at Mich.next.
Sig. of L.M. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/127/12  1 May 1652

Contents:
Bond, Robert Alvey bound in £300 to Thomas Jalland of Scarrington, yeo. Condition: to observe covenant contained in indentures of even date.
Sig., tag, seal of R.A. Parch.

Rectory, Hall and lands Brome, St. Ledger, Sherbrooke, Porter, Lowe, Pownall, Newcastle, Bury, Grundy)  DD/SK/128/1-31  1673-1783

[no title]  DD/SK/128/1  27 Feb 1673/4

Contents:
Indenture, further mortgage:
(1) Gregory Brome of Carcolston, gent.
(2) Sir Anthony St.Leger of Tower of London, Sir William Carey of Lincolns Inn Fields, kts., Robert Butler of Grays Inn, esq. (exors of late Robert, Lord Lexington)
(1) had formerly mortgaged on 8 Nov 1664 to Lord Lexington, Great Coxcolme leyes close (16a.), yearly value of £16 p.a, Oldworke close (7a.), yearly value £9 p.a., Ox close (5a.) yearly value £5 p.a. and Miclemore close (11a.) yearly value £10 p.a. in Car Colston, for £300, to be repaid by 20 May 1665. Mortgage not repaid.
(1) confirms above lands to (2), exors. of late Lord Lexington, and for further £344 mortgages Great Plott close (40a), Great Hall close (14a.), Little Hall close (10a.), Denison Nooke (4a.), close in ten. of Widow Laming (3a.) and Little Coxcolme close (4a.) in Carcolston. For 500 years. Both sums of money + interest, in all £682.12s.8d. to be repaid by 27 Feb 1674/5.
Endorsed with further mortgage of £36.13s.8d. raised by (1) on same security and same terms as above.
Mark, tag, seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/2  25 June 1678

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of mortgage:
(1) Gregory Brome, s. and heir of late Gregory Brome
(2) Sir Anthony St.Leger and Robert Butler, both of Tower of London
(3) Thomas Porter of Bingham, gent.
(4) Henry Sherbrooke, citizen and draper of London, esq.
For £893.12s. paid by (4) to (2) at direction of (1), being part of £2480 for lands purchased by (4) from (1), (2) at direction of (1) and (4) to (3) Lands, formerly mortgaged by (1) to Lord Lexington and his exors. (see DD/SK/128/1) in Carcolston.
For remainder of terms of 1,000 years and 500 years. (3) to hold land in trust for (4) under same terms as (2) formerly held there.
Sigs., tag, seals of (1) & (2), tag, seal of ?(3). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/3  25 June 1678

Contents:
Receipt for £893.12s. paid by Henry Sherbrooke to Anthony St.Leger and Robert Butler to clear mortgage raised by Gregory Brome on lands in Carcolston.
Sigs., seal of A.S.L. and R.B.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/4-5  11 & 12 Sept 1678

Contents:
Indentures, lease and release:
(1) Gregory Brome
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
For £2480, (1) to (2)
The Hall, Widow Laming's house and close (4a.), Widow Cobb's house, John Pee's house, Little Hall close (7a.), Denison Nooke (3a.), Thoroughfare close (14a.), Great Oxholme leys (18a.), Westing close (24a.), Michlemore close (11a.), Thackmore close (4a.), Great Plott close (40a.), Great Hall close and wong (15a.), Quakefield close (8a.), Stocking close (7a.), Newin close (11a.), Oldworke close (9a.), Oxclose (5a.), Little Oxholme close (4a.) and all other messuages and lands of (1) in Carcolston (except Brusmore close). For use of (2). Schedule of deeds relating to lands above attached, mainly mortgages and including DD/SK/128/1.
Sig., tag, seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/6  27 Mar 1712

Contents:
Indenture, covenant, counterpart:
(1) Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle
(2) Sir Robert Dashwood of Norbrooke, Oxon, bart.
(1) to indemnify (2) against all charges etc.
He may incur by assigning decree concerning arrears of Carcolston chief rents.
Sig., armorial seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/7  26 Sept 1714

Contents:
Extract from Will of Henry Sherbrook of Arnold, leaving moiety of his messuages and lands in Car Colston to his nephew Henry Porter and his heirs and in default of such heirs, to Richard Porter, Thomas Grundy and Henry Porter, son of Robert Porter, to be divided between them and leaving other moiety of above messuages and lands to Richard Porter.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/8  26 Sept 1714

Contents:
Copy of Will and two codicils of Henry Sherbrooke from which DD/SK/28/7 is extracted, leaving major portion of his estate to nephews and neices, as detailed.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/9  14 & 15 June 1717

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release - marriage settlement:
(1) Richard Porter of Arnold, gent.
(2) Thomas Smith of Nottm., gent. (exor of Will of late Elizabeth Morley, mother of Elizabeth, now wife of (1))
(3) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. and Henry Porter of Nottm., gent.
(1) to (2)
Stourgreaves close (40a.), ancient cottage and homestead adjoining, 5 lands in the Netherfield, 3 lands in Northfield, 7 lands on Foxwood Hill and 6 lands in Cottage close (14a.) in Lambley and moeity of lands in Carcolston (as in DD/SK/128/4 & 5).
To (3) for use of (1) for life and then for use of Elizabeth, his wife. After her death (3) are to hold lands for 500 years as trustees for daughters and younger sons of (1).
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/10-11  14 & 15 July 1719

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Rutld Hon.William Lord Viscount Cheyne of Scotland and Peter Walter of St. Margaret, Westminster, esq. and John Morley of Halstead, Essex, esq.
(2) Rutld Hon. Edward, Lord Harley and Rutld Hon.Lady Henrietta Cavendish Holles Harley, his wife, sole daughter and heir of John, late Duke of Newcastle, dec'd.
(3) Richard Porter
For £1260 paid by (3) to be used by (1) as directed by a certin Act of Parliament re the will of John, late Duke of Newcastle, (1) with consent of (2) to (3), the Rectory of Car Colston with all glebe lands, tithes etc. and High West Ings, Ten Acre close, Short Acre close, Low West Ings, Dry Acre Close, Thackmore close, frehold Thackmore close (2a.); with all appurtenances.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs. and armorial seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/12  15 July 1719

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and sale, inrolled:
(1) Rutld Hon.William Lord Viscount Cheyne of Scotland and Peter Walter of St. Margaret, Westminster, esq. and John Morley of Halstead, Essex, esq.
(2) Rutld Hon. Edward, Lord Harley and Rutld Hon.Lady Henrietta Cavendish Holles Harley, his wife, sole daughter and heir of John, late Duke of Newcastle, dec'd.
(3) Richard Porter
For £1260 (1) to (3)
Property as DD/SK/128/10 & 11 overleaf.
For use of (2).
Sigs., armorial seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/13  9 & 10 Mar 1723

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release - settlement:
(1) Richard Porter of Arnold, gent.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. and Thomas Smith of Nottm., esq.
(1) to (2)
1/3 part of moiety of messuages and lands in Carcolston, late property of Henry Sherbrooke, who by his Will of 1714 left said moiety to his nephew Henry Porter and his heirs and in default of such heirs to be divided between (1), Thomas Grundye, Henry Porter, son of R.P. (see DD/SK/128/7).
To (1) to use of (2) for life; then for use of wife Elizabeth, for her life, then for use of (2) for 500 years as trustees for daughters and younger sons of (1) (on same conditions as in DD/SK/128/9).
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/14  29 Mar 1724

Contents:
Indenture, release:
(1) Thomas Grundy of Bleasby, gent.
(2) Richard Porter
For £500, (1) to (2)
1/3 part of moiety of messuages, lands, etc. in Car Colston, late property of Henry Sherbrooke and left by him in his Will of 1714 as detailed in DD/SK/128/7.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/15-16  25 & 26 Mar 1729

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release, mortgage:
(1) Richard Porter
(2) John Bury snr. of Nottm., esq.
For £2000 (1) to (2)
Property as DD/SK/128/10, 11 & 12 above and 2 thirds of a moiety of messuages and lands in Car Colston, late property of Henry Sherbrooke and left by him as detailed in his Will of 1714 (DD/SK/128/7), 1/3 of which is inherited by (1) under Will and the other 1/3 of which (1) purchased from Thomas Grundy (DD/SK/128/14).
For use of (2), if (1) does not repay mortgage + interest, in all £2090, by 25 Mar 1730. Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/17  n.d. c. 1729

Contents:
Pedigree of Porter family, showing their relationship to Henry Sherbrooke. Drawn up to support title of Richard Porter to parts of H.S.'s lands in Carcolston.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/18  5 Mar 1749

Contents:
Deed poll, further mortgage:
(1) Richard Porter, son and heir of late Richard Porter of Arnold
(2) William Bury of Windsor, Berks, esq. son of William Bury, dec'd.
(2) to (1) £100 on same security as mortgage raised by father of (1) from father of (2) on lands in Car Colston. Endorsed with receipt.
(See DD/SK/128/15 & 16).
Sig., armorial seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/128/19  25 Apr 1752

Contents:
Indenture, release:
(1) Elizabeth Porter of Arnold, widow of late Richard Porter
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(3) Margaret Porter of Arnold (spin.) only daughter of late R.P.
(4) Richard Porter of Arnold, esq. only son and heir of late R.P.
(1) to (4) her life estate in 1/3 part of moiety of messuages and lands in Car Colston.
For use of (4).
(2) to (4) surrender of a term created on same estate by indenture of 9 & 10 Mar 1723 (DD/SK/128/13). For use of (2).
Sigs., armorial seals of (1), (2) & (3). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/20-21  30 June & 1 July 1743

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Henry Porter of Arnold, gent. son of late Robert Porter of Oxton
(2) Robert Porter of Friday St., London, linen draper
(1) to (2)
1/3 part of moiety of messuages and lands in Car Colston, late property of Henry Sherbrooke dec'd which (1) inherited under Will of H.S. (see DD/SK/128/7).
To (2) in trust for (1).
Sig., armorial seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/22-23  29 & 30 Apr 1752

Contents:
Indenture, Assignment of mortgage, lease and release:
(1) William Bury of Windsor, Berks, esq. son and sole exor of late John Bury, snr. late of Nottingham.
(2) Judith Letitia Bury of Headon, spin. only child and heir of late John Bury, jnr. who was eldest s. and heir of J.B. snr.
(3) Richard Porter of Arnold, esq. s. and heir of late Richard Porter of Arnold
(4) Henry Porter of Arnold, gent. son of late Robert Porter of Oxton, and Catherine Porter, spin.
For £1,900 paid by (4) to (1) to discharge mortgage and interest due to (1) & (2), and for £100 paid by (4) to (3), (1) & (2) with consent of (3) to (4) The Rectory with lands, tithes, etc. belonging and 2 thirds of a moiety of messuages and lands in Car Colston, as mortgaged by J.B. snr. to Richard Porter, father of (3) on 25 & 26 Mar 1729 (see DD/SK/128/15 & 16). Except advowson, right of patronage and presentation of, in and to the vicarage and parish church of Car Colston, which were sold to Henry Martin in Apr 1750.
For use of (4) if (3) does not repay £2000 mortgage x interest by 30 Oct next.
Endorsed with receipts for £1900 and £100. Endorsed with Deed Poll of 4 Aug 1753 to effect that a further £100 paid by (4) to (3) is to be on same security and conditions as original mortgage. Endorsed with memo, with sigs. of (4), that of £1,900 and £100 paid to (1), (2) & (3) £350 was paid by Henry Porter and £1650 was paid by Catherine Porter.
Sigs., seals of (1), (2), (3). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/24  30 Apr 1752

Contents:
Bond: Richard Porter bound in £4000 to Henry and Catherine Porter. Condition: repayment of £2000 mortgage and interest by 30 Oct next. (see DD/SK/128/23).
Sig., seal of R.P.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/25  4 Aug 1753

Contents:
Bond: Richard Porter bound in £200 to Henry and Catherine Porter. Condition: repayment of £100 mortgage raised by R.P. from H.P. and C.P. by 4 Feb next. (see endorsement of DD/SK/128/23).
Sig., seal of R.P.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/26-27  16 & 17 May 1764

Contents:
Indenture, clearance of mortgage, lease and release:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. and Catherine Porter, spin.
(2) Robert Porter of Hackney Middx., esq. cousin and heir at law of late Richard Porter.
In consideration of all principal money and interest due to (1) on mortgages raised by late Richard Porter and his father (see DD/SK/128/15, 16,22,23) and now paid by (2), (1) to (2)
Property as DD/SK/128/22 & 23.
For use of (2) for ever. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/128/28-29  26 & 27 June 1781

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage, lease and release:
(1) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq., cousin and devisee in Will of late Henry Sherbrooke, formerly Porter, late of Oxton
(2) Peter Pownall of Bramhall, Cheshire, gent.
For £1,000, (1) to (2)
Car Colston Hall, the Rectory, with all lands and tithes, and Dennisons Nook, Hall Croft, Three Newins meadow,s Little Westing, the Plot, the Thoroughfare, Ox Leys, Coxam Leys, near High Westing, far High Westing, Short Acres, Ten Acres, Pry Acres, Low Westing, Thackmoor meadow, 4 ac. Thackmoor, Thackmoor close, Micklemoor close and Castle Hill, in Car Colston, With all appurtenances and all other messuages, houses and lands of (1) in Car Colston.
For use of (2) if (1) does not repay £1000 mortgage + interest by 27 Dec next. Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch

[no title]  DD/SK/128/30-31  24 & 25 Apr 1783

Contents:
Indenture, clearance of mortgage, lease and release:
(1) Peter Pownall of Bramhall, Cheshire, gent.
(2) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq., cousin and devisee in Will of late Henry Sherbrooke, formerly Porter, late of Oxton
For £1000, (1) to (2)
Property as DD/SK/128/28 & DD/SK/128/29 above.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

Closes, etc. (Kirleby, Lowe, Watkinson, Godshall, Bray, Turner)  DD/SK/129/1-13  1781-1783

[no title]  DD/SK/129/1-2  28 & 29 Sept 1781

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Rev. Richard Kirkby of Gedling
(2) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq.
For £15, (1) to (2)
1 a. in Pry Acres Close in Car Colston. For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/129/3-4  28 & 29 Dec 1781

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) William Farnham of Quorndon, Leics., clerk; Nathaniel Palmer-Johnson, esq., William Cradock, gent. and Rev.James Bickham, Doctor of Divinity, all of Loughborough, Leics. (trustees under Will of late John Watkinson of Loughborough, gent.)
(2) William Man Godshall of Weston House, Surrey, esq., and William Bray of Shire, Surrey, esq.
(3) Jane More Molyneux and Ann Cornwallis Molyneux both of Loseley, Surrey, spins. and William Molyneux Green, cornet in 16th Regt. of Dragoons (co-heirs of Thomas More Molyneux, late of Loseley, dec'd.)
(4) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq.
Whereas T.M.M. had mortgaged messuages and lands in Car Colston, including a close, to John Watkinson for £3,000 on 15 June 1773 and the money had not been repaid when T.M.M. and J.W. died; and by an Act of Parliament in 1779 (2) were appointed to sell part of estate of T.M.M. to meet debts and estate was sold by lots, 1 of which was purchased by (4) for £46. For £3000 (mortgage money) + interest paid by (2) to (1) and for £46 paid by (4) to (3) and for 10/- paid to each of (2) and (3). (1) and (2) with consent of (3) to (4) Close in Car Colston (4a.36p.)
For use of (4).
Sigs., armorial seals of (1),(2),(3). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/129/5-6  28 & 29 Dec 1781

Contents:
Indentures, lease and release and covenant:
(1) Nathaniel Palmer Johnson, William Craddock, Rev.James Bickham and William Farnham, all of Loughborough, Leics. (trustees under Will of late John Watkinson of Loughborough, gent.)
(2) Jane More Molyneux, Ann Cornwalles Molyneux, and William Molyneux Green, all as above; James Molyneux of Christ Church Oxford, esq.; Elizabeth Wilbraham Boothe (all devisees of estate of late Thomas More Molyneux)
(3) Edward Heathcote of East Bridgford, clerk
(4) William Man Godschall and William Bray, as above
Reciting mortgage of 1733 and Act of Parliament of 1779, as above, for £3000 (mortgage money) with interest paid to (1) from money arising from sale by (4) of estate of T.M.M. (1) at request of (2) to (4) Thackmoor close (5a.2r.20p.) and the freehold Thackmoor close (6a.) in Car Colston.
To (4) in trust as 1779 Act of Parliament appoints. Whereas (4) had sold majority of T.M.M.'s estate to (3) and (3- holds deeds for same, (3) covenants to produce deeds, as scheduled, when required. Schedule of deeds attached (15 deeds) 1673 - 1773.
Sigs., seals (some) armorial of (1), (2), (3). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/129/7-8  17 & 18 May 1782

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) William Man Godshall and William Bray, both as overleaf
(2) Samuel Turner of Nottingham and Samuel Bolton of Nottingham, gents.
Reciting mortgage of 1773 and Act of Parliament of 1779 as detailed above. and indentures above (DD/SK/129/5 & 6) for £110, (1) to (2)
Thackmoar close (5a.2r.20p.) and the freehold Thackmoar close (6a.) in Car Colston.
For use of (2), Samuel Bolton being trustee for Turner.
Sigs., seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/129/9  29 Aug 1782

Contents:
Indenture, deed of exchange:
(1) Samuel Turner and Samuel Bolton, of Nottingham, gents (S.B. being trustee for S.T.)
(2) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq.
(1) to (2)
Freehold Thackmoor close (6a.) in Car Colston.
For use of (2).
(2) to (1)
4a. 36p. close in occ. of William Sharp and others arising from Thackmoor close in Car Colston. For use of (1).
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/129/10  29 Aug 1782

Contents:
Counterpart of above.

[no title]  DD/SK/129/11-12  2 & 3 May 1783

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Samuel Turner and Samuel Bolton
(2) Robert Low
For £94.10s., (1) to (2)
Property as DD/SK/129/9 above.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/129/13  n.d. c. 1783

Contents:
Abstract of title to lands in Car Colston quoting 12 deeds, 1781 - 1783 (DD/SK/129/1-12).

Car Colston Halland Rectory, Mansfield, Laneham and Leicestershire (Lowe Settlements)  DD/SK/130/1-6  1805 - 1835

[no title]  DD/SK/130/1  1805

Contents:
Draft indenture, mortgage:
(1) Robert Lowe
(2) William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £6000 (1) to (2)
Property as DD/SK/128/28 & 29.
For use of (2) for 1000 years if (1) does not repay mortgage + interest by ----.

[no title]  DD/SK/130/2  20 Jan 1807

Contents:
Indenture, settlement, pursuant to agreement in marriage settlement:
(1) Rev. Robert Lowe of Sherwood Lodge and wife Ellen
(2) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq., father of R.L. above
(3) Rev. Reginald Pynder of Hadsor, Worcs., father of Ellen Lowe
(4) Rev.Jeremy Innys Baker of Westbury, Gloucs., clerk and William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
In pursuance of agreement in marriage settlement of Car Colston Hall, Rectory and lands, made between above parties on marriage of (1), (4) being trustees, (1) covenants to (4), with consent of (2) and (3) to levy a fine for 1/6 part of freehold messuages and lands in Wymondham, Purley, Edmonthorpe, Edmere, Coxton, Buckminster and Long Clawson in Leics. and in Mansfield and Laneham in Notts., as detailed, which share Ellen inherits under Will of William, Wright, as 1 of 6 daughters of Mary Pyndar. For use of (4) in trust for (1) for their lives and then for their children, on conditions detailed in marriage settlement of earlier date.
(1) covenants to (4), with consent of (2) and (3) to surrender to Lord of Manor 1/6 part of copyhold lands in Mansfield, also inherited by E.L. as above. (4) to be admitted, as trustees as above. (1) to (4)
1/6 part of trusts, monies and personal estate of late William Wright bequeathed to E.L. To (4) in trust as above.
Sigs., seals of (1),(2) and W.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/130/3-4  Jan 1807; (8 days Hilary 1807)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
William Sherbrooke and Jeremy Innys
Baker, clerk: plaintiffs
Robert Lowe, clerk and wife Ellen: deforceants
1/6 part of 2 messuages, 2 gardens, 30 a. arable, 30 a. meadow, 30 a. pasture and common pasture in Mansfield.
£60.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/130/5  21 Feb 1833

Contents:
Indenture, conveyance to secure annuities:
(1) Henry Porter Lowe of Bingham esq.
(2) Rev. Robert Lowe, snr. of Bingham and wife Ellen
(3) Thomas John Lloyd Baker of Hardwick, Gloucs., esq. and Edward Valentine Stead of Winkbourne, Notts., esq.
(4) John Sherwin Sherwin of Bramcote, esq.
(5) Ellen Pynder Lowe, jnr., Frederick Pyndar Lowe and Robert Lowe, jnr., Margaret Ann Lowe and Elizabeth Agnes Lowe
To confirm and secure annuities to (5), younger children of (2), expressed in a deed poll endorsed on marriage settlement of (2) in 20 Feb 1833, by which Car Colston Hall(and property as DD/SK/130/1) were appointed to (1) elder son of (2)charged with annuities to(5). (1) to (3) & (4)
Car Colston Hall, Rectory, tithes, lands, in trust to secure above annuities.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/130/6  23 Dec 1835

Contents:
Indenture, grant of an annuity:
(1) Rev. Robert Lowe of Bingham
(2) Henry Porter Lowe of Bingham, esq. son of (1)
(3) Philip Richard Falkner of Newark, gent.
(1) to (2) annuity of £100 charged on Car Colston Hall, Rectory, tithes and lands (as DD/SK/130/1). For use of (2) for lives of (1) and (2). (1) with consent of (2) to (3) Car Colston Hall, Rectory, tithes and lands. To (3) for 99 yrs. in trust to secure above annuity.
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

Sale, some Epperstone (agreements, drafts, etc.) (Sherbrooke, Burton, Lowe, Houldsworth).  DD/SK/131A/1-17  1832-1858

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/1  12 Apr 1832

Contents:
Draft deed poll, to be endorsed on marriage settlement of (1), dated 20 Feb 1833:
(1) Rev. Robert Lowe and wife Ellen
(2) Henry Porter Lowe, eldest son of (1)
Appointment of Car Colston Hall, Rectory, with lands and tithes etc., 353 a. to (2) subject to life estates of (1) and chargeable with annuities to 5 younger children of (1). (1) reserve power to revoke deed and reappoint the estate.

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/2  8 June 1841

Contents:
Instructions re settlement of Car Colston estate of Rev. Robert Lowe. Former deeds to be revoked and new appointment of estate drawn up as directed. Solicitors for Lowe:-
Falkner and Hillyard of Newark.

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/3a-b  31 Oct 1857

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Houldsworth of Cottness, Lanarks., esq.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. (formerly known as Henry Porter Lowe)
For £21,978.3s.10d. (1) to (2)
Messuages, houses, woodlands, closes etc. in Epperstone, as detailed in attached schedule (380a.0r.21p.). For use of (2).
2 copies, 1 with notes.

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/4  31 Oct 1857

Contents:
Draft indenture, covenant to produce deeds:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Henry Houldsworth
(1) covenants to (2) to produce deeds concerning estate at Epperstone, purchased by (1) from (2), as detailed in 2 schedules attached.

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/5  31 Oct 1857

Contents:
Draft indenture, covenant:
(1) Henry Houldsworth
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(1) covenants with (2) to produce receipts for legacies paid by (1) under Will of late William Houldsworth and charged on estate of late W.H., part of which (2) has purchased. Schedule of legacy receipts.

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/6  31 Oct 1857

Contents:
Draft indenture, covenant:
(1) Henry Houldsworth
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(1) covenants to pay 4 remaining shares of legacy charged on estate sold by (1) to (2) and to produce receipts for said legacies.

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/7  1858

Contents:
Draft indenture, covenant:
(1) Henry Houldsworth
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(1) covenants to produce legacy receipt at request of (2); legacy charged on Epperstone estate. Endorsed "not used".

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/8  Nov 1857

Contents:
Draft agreement for mortgage:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Henry Houldsworth
To secure payment of £11,978.3s.10d. remainder of purchase money due to (2) from (1) for estate at Epperstone, (1) to (2) said estate at Epperstone in trust till remainder of purchase price is paid.

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/9a  14 Nov 1857

Contents:
Draft indenture, mortgage:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Henry Houldsworth
(1) to (2)
Estate in Epperstone, as detailed in attached schedule, to secure payment of £11,978.3s.10d., remainder of purchase money for said estate.

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/9b  1857

Contents:
Draft indenture, mortgage:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) (blank)
Mortgage of estate at Epperston by (1).
Parts left blank. Endorsed "not used".

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/10a  Mar 1858

Contents:
Draft articles of agreement, assigning mortgage:
(1) Henry Houldsworth
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(3) Anthony Wilson of South Rauceby, Lincs., esq., Philip Handley of Muskham Grange, North Muskham, esq., Wilkinson Peacock of Greatford Hall, Lincs., banker
(1) at direction of (2) to (3)
Assignment of mortgage on estate at Epperston, for £11,978.3s.10d. (1) agrees to pay drafts which he holds from (2) for this sum when they become due.

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/10b  Mar 1858

Contents:
Draft agreement:
(1) Henry Houldsworth
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(1) agrees to pay 2 drafts of £6000 and £5,978.3s.10d. when they become due, being remainder of purchase money for estate at Epperstone, as mortgage of said estate by (2) to (1) has now been assigned, as above.

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/11a - d  28 Oct 1857

Contents:
Draft agreement for sale:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Robert Burton of Carrington, lace-maker
Whereas (1) has purchases estate at Epperstone from Henry Houldsworth and has exchanged this estate for an estate at Car Colston with his sisters, for £24,200 (later increased to £24,500)
(1) to (2)
Estate at Car Colston (352a.0r.29p.) as detailed in attached schedule. £6,000 of purchase money paid, remainder to be paid on 6 Apr next.
For use of (2).
4 copies, with various notes by Messrs. Wadsworth and Watson and Messrs. Falkner and Newbold.

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/12  16 Nov 1857

Contents:
Draft indenture, mortgage:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Henry Houldsworth
(3) Robert Burton
Mortgage of estate at Epperstone being purchased by (1) from (2), as detailed in attached schedule, to secure £6,000 deposit in case purchase of estate at Car Colston by (3) from (1) is not completed.

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/13  24 Sept 1858

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Henry Houldsworth
(3) Robert Burton
On completion of purchase by (1) from (2) of estate at Epperstone and exchange by (1) with his siters of said estate for estate at Car Colston, for £24,500, (1) to (3) estate at Car Colston, as detailed in schedules 1,2,3,4 attached, containing 219a.1r.27p., 20a.2r.15p., 107a.1r.36p., and 8a.3r.34p. For use of (3).

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/14  24 Sept 1858

Contents:
Draft indenture, covenant:
(1) Ellen Pyndar Lowe, Elizabeth Agnes and Margaret Ann Lowe
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(3) Robert Burton
(1) covenant to produce deeeds for estate at Car Colston purchased by (3) from (2). Schedule of deeds attached.

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/15  24 Sept 1858

Contents:
Draft indenture, covenant:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Robert Burton
(1) covenants to produce deeds for estate at Car Colston purchased by (2), as scheduled.

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/16a - b  25 Sept 1858

Contents:
Draft indenture, covenant:
(1) Robert Burton
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(1) covenants to produce deeds for manor and lands at Car Colston purchased by (1) from (2). 3 schedules of deeds attached. (2 copies)

[no title]  DD/SK/131A/17a - b  25 Sept 1858

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) Henry Houldsworth
(2) Robert Burton
(3) Henry Sherbrooke
On completion of purchase by (3) from (1) of estate at Epperstone, of exchange by (3) with his sisters of Epperstone estate for estate at Car Colston, of sale by (3) to (2) of Car Colston estate and of clearance of mortgage on Epperston estate.
(1) and (2) to (3)
96a.2r.28p. woodland in Epperstone Park.
For use of (3).

SOUTHWELL  DD/SK/131b  1729-1774

Brackenhurst Close (Cooper, Bilby, Lowe)  DD/SK/131b/1-3  1729-1774

[no title]  DD/SK/131b/1  29 May 1729

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Lancelot, Archbishop of York.
3. Customary court.
4. Steward: Edmund Becher
5. John Cooper, surrendered
6. Henry Huggins and John Bilby, admitted
7. Brackenhurst close (2a.) in Easthorpe, Southwell.
8. Fine: 1s.1d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/131b/2  29 May 1729

Contents:
Receipt for £80 paid by William Bilby to John Cooper for 2 closes land at Easthorpe surrendered by J.C. to W.B. at copyhold court of Manor of Southwell.
Sig. of J.C.

[no title]  DD/SK/131b/3  24 Sept 1774

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Southwell. Robert, Archbishop of York
3. Customary court and court baron
4. Steward: George Hodgkinson
5. William Bilby, surrendered
6. Robert Lowe, admitted
7. Brackenhurst close (2a) in Easthorpe, Southwell
8. Fine 1s.1d.

VARIOUS PURCHASES AND SALES IN NOTTS.  DD/SK/132-133B  1857-1878

Epperstone (some Calverton & Oxton) purchase & sale. Requisitions, abstracts of title, etc. (Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/132/1-21  1857-1878

[no title]  DD/SK/132/1a - c  1857 - 8

Contents:
3 letters from Thomas Huskinson at Epperstone to Henry Sherbrooke, esq. re various pieces of land which Sherbrooke may wish to purchase.

[no title]  DD/SK/132/2  16 Apr 1857

Contents:
Articles of agreement for sale:
(1) Henry Houldsworth
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
For £21,978.3s.10d., (1) to (2)
Epperstone Park and lands as detailed in attached schedule (380a.21p.) (see DD/SK/131A/3).
Sigs. of (1) & (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/132/3  22 Sept 1858

Contents:
Schedule of lands in Epperstone purchased by Henry Sherbrooke from Henry Houldsworth giving acreage (total380a.21p.), valuation for purchase (total £508.17s.2d.) and valuation for exchange (total £548.6s.2d.). Drawn up by Thomas Huskinson.

[no title]  DD/SK/132/4  1857

Contents:
Draft supplemental abstract of title of Henry Sherbrooke to Epperstone estate, quoting 3 deeds, DD/SK/131A/3,5,6, all dated 31 Oct 1857.

[no title]  DD/SK/132/5  1857

Contents:
Draft supplemental abstract of title of Henry Sherbrooke to Epperstone estate, quoting 2 deeds, DD/SK/131A/9a and 12, dated 14 & 16 Nov 1857.

[no title]  DD/SK/132/6  1857

Contents:
Draft abstract of title of Henry Sherbrooke to a Cowgate at Car Colston, quoting release of 6 Apr 1845 from Matthew Hall to Ellen Lowe which includes schedule of earlier deeds for this land. Endorsed "not wanted".

[no title]  DD/SK/132/7  1857

Contents:
Draft abstract of the title of H.S. to the Intake close at Calverton, quoting deed of exchange dated 8 Feb 1857 made between H.S. and William Bell. Endorsed "not wanted because not included in the exchange" (i.e. that exchange between H.S. and his sisters).

[no title]  DD/SK/132/8  1858

Contents:
Abstract of Will of Henry Sherbrooke, esq. of 24 Sept 1778, leaving property to wife Margaret and Robert Lowe, his cousin, in trust for H.S.'s heirs.

[no title]  DD/SK/132/9  1857

Contents:
Abstract of covenent of 28 Oct 1819 of John Wright to Thomas Houldsworth to produce deeds for lands in Langar, Barnston, Granby and Colston Bassett, purchased by T.H.

[no title]  DD/SK/132/10  Jan - Mar 1858

Contents:
Requisitions and observation of abstract of title to land at Epperstone (24a.0r.11p.) marked on schedule as A, Aa, C and F (part of estate at Epperstone purchased by Sherbrooke, exchanged at time of inclosure, by him for estate at Car Colston, which he then sold to Burton, see DD/SK/131A). Solicitors: Wadsworth and Watson and Falkner and Newbold.

[no title]  DD/SK/132/11  Jan - Mar 1858

Contents:
Requisitions and observation of abstract of title, re land at Epperstone (283a.1r.33p.) marked on schedule as A,Aa,B,Ba.

[no title]  DD/SK/132/12  Jan - Mar 1858

Contents:
Requisitions and observation of abstract of title, re land at Epperstone and Cavlerton (96a.3r.33p.) marked on schedule as D and F.

[no title]  DD/SK/132/13  Jan - Mar 1858

Contents:
Requisitions and observation of abstract of title, re land at Epperstone and Oxton (8a.2r.10p.) marked on schedule as E.

[no title]  DD/SK/132/14  Mar 1858

Contents:
Schedule of documents re estate at Epperstone belonging to Henry Sherbrooke; delivered to Messrs. Handley & Co. on their advancing money to pay off mortgage on said estate, to Henry Houldsworth and agreeing to take a transfer of the security (see DD/SK/131A/10).

[no title]  DD/SK/132/15  Jan - Mar 1858

Contents:
Requisitions and observations on abstract of title of Henry Sherbrooke to estate at Car Colston (353a.), contracted to be sold to Robert Burton (see DD/SK/131A/11).

[no title]  DD/SK/132/16  20 July 1858

Contents:
Draft supplemental abstract of title of Henry Sherbrooke to estate at Car Colston (352a.16p.) quoting 2 deeds of 1842 & 1845.

[no title]  DD/SK/132/17  24 Sept 1858

Contents:
Copy covenant to produce deeds:
(1) Ellen Pyndar Lowe, Elizabeth Agnes Lowe and Margaret Ann Lowe
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(3) Robert Burton
(1) covenant to produce deeds for estate at Car Colston, purxhased by (3) from (2) as detailed in attached schedule (see DD/SK/131A/14).

[no title]  DD/SK/132/18  24 Sept 1858

Contents:
Copy covenant to produce deeds:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Robert Burton
(1) covenants to produce deeds for estate at Car Colston, purchased by (2), as given in attached schedule (see DD/SK/131A/15).

[no title]  DD/SK/132/19  1852

Contents:
Abstract of title of James Harvey to messuages and lands in Oxton, in mortgage to Messrs. Godfrey & Riddell, quoting 8 deeds 1789 - 1835 (Carding: Brett: Rhodes: Harvey).

[no title]  DD/SK/132/20  1858

Contents:
Abstract of deed of exchange between Henry Sherbrooke and Thomas and John Richardson, dated 24 Jan 1849, of lands in Oxton. Schedule of 5 deeds attached to support H.S.'s title to lands he exchanges.

[no title]  DD/SK/132/21  Nov 1878

Contents:
Copy statement with reference to Oxton estate, quoting 7 deeds 1875 - 1880, mortgages on various parts of estate. "Original sent to Mr. Sherbrooke 11/11/78". Drawn up by Newbold and Falkner

Calverton & Epperstone, draft conveyance (Towle, Sherbrooke  DD/SK/133A/1-6  1878

[no title]  DD/SK/133A/1  18 Apr 1878

Contents:
Draft indenture, conveyance:
(1) John Towle of Castle Donington, Leics., gent.
(2) Frances Helen Dilke of Coventry, spin and Charles Wentworth Dilke of Coventry, gent.
(3) John Towle, as above, as mortgagor to (4)
(4) George Towle of Ramsey, Isle of Man, gent.
(5) Robert Dalby of Staunton Harold, Leics., clerk, Robert Dalby Dalby of Wimbledon, Surrey, barrister
(6) Otho Francis Wyer of Leamington, Warwicks., M.D., and wife Mary Ann
(7) Julia Lucy Eaton of Cavendish Bridge, Leics.
(8) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton Hall, esq.
Whereas (1),(2) and (7) are each entitled to 1/6th of land etc. as below, (4) is entitled to 2/6th which are mortgaged to (1),and (6) are entitled to 1/6th which was conveyed to (5) in trust for a marriage settlement, (1), (2), (3), (4), (5) as trustees for (6) and (7) to (8)
Messuage, watermill, farmand lands (60a.2r.17p.) in Epperstone and Calverton for £4,602.18s.6d., £767.3s.1d. to be paid to (1), £767.3s.1d. to be paid to (2), £1,534.6s.2d. to be paid to (4), £767,3s.1d. to be paid to (5) and £767.3s.1d. to be paid to (7). For use of (8). Detailed schedule of lands attached.

[no title]  DD/SK/133A/2  18 Apr 1878

Contents:
Authorisation from George Towle for Messrs. Towle & Burton, Solicitors, Castle Donington, to receive £1,534.6s.2d., being G.T.'s share of purchase money for estate sold (DD/SK/133A/1). To Messrs. Falkner & Newbold, Newark).
Sig. of G.T.

[no title]  DD/SK/133A/3  18 Apr 1878

Contents:
Authorisation from P.H. Dilke and C.W. Dilke to Towle and Burton to receive £767.3s.1d.
Sigs. of F.H.D. and C.W.D.

[no title]  DD/SK/133A/4  18 Apr 1878

Contents:
Authorisation, from Julia L. Eaton to Towle and Burton to receive £767.3s.1d.
Sig. of J.L.E.

[no title]  DD/SK/133A/5  18 Apr 1878

Contents:
Authorisation, from Robert Dalby and R.D. Dalby to Towle and Burton to receive £767.3s.1d.
Sigs. of R.D. and R.D.D.

[no title]  DD/SK/133A/6  18 Apr 1878

Contents:
Draft indenture, covenant:
(1) Edwin Moses Kidd of Nottm.
(2) Robert Dalby, Robert Dalby Dalby and Otho Francis Wyer
(3) George William Sanford of Hemington, Leics.
(4) Frances Helen and Charles Wentworth Dilke
(5) Henry Sherbrooke
(1),(2),(3) and (4) covenant with (3) to produce deeds for messuage, mill and lands in Epperstone and Calverton purchased by (5) (DD/SK/133A/1).
4 Schedules of deeds attached, 1805 - 1878.

Sale, Epperstone & Oxton (Sherbrooke, Midland Railway)  DD/SK/133B/1-2  1873

[no title]  DD/SK/133B/1  10 Feb 1873

Contents:
Mem. of agreement:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Midland Railway Co., Manchester, Sheffield and Lincs. Railway Co.
Whereas (2) are to construct railway passing over lands of (1) in Epperstone and Oxton, (2) agree to provide a station and sidings at certain point and to construct tunnel at certain point in Oxton; to be void if Bill is not passed for it in Parliament; (1) not to oppose Bill in Parliament.
(2) to pay all costs for agreement.
Sigs., seals of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/133B/2  10 Feb 1873

Contents:
Duplicate of DD/SK/133B/1 overleaf.

HALLOUGHTON  DD/SK/133C  1820

Prebendal land, leasehold (Prebendary of Halloughton, Sutton  DD/SK/133C/1  1820

[no title]  DD/SK/133C/1  29 Mar 1820

Contents:
Draft indenture, Lease:
(1) Rev. Robert Philip Goodernough, M.A., Prebendary of Halloughton
(2) Sir RichardSutton of Norwood Park, bart.
(3) George Hodgkinson, jnr. of Southwell
(1) to (2)
Manor of Halloughton with manor house and all houses, lands etc. except trees growing there. For use of (2) for 3 lives of (1), (3) and Joseph Banks Wright. Rent £10.7s.6d. p.a. and £10 p.a. Churchyard to remain as such.

BRASSINGTON (Derbyshire)  DD/SK/134-142  1639-1820

Manor, etc. (Kent, Savile; Pembroke, Buxton, Pegg)  DD/SK/134/1-13  1639 - 1652

[no title]  DD/SK/134/1  10 May 1639

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale, enrolled:
(1) Henry, Earl of Kent, Lord Hastings Ruchin and Weilford and wife Lady Elizabeth, Countess of Kent
(2) William Savile, gent., servant to John Manners of Haddon, Derbs., esq.
For £950, (1) to (2)
1/3 part of manor of Brassington and farm called Gibbfield in Hognaston, with all messuages, houses, lands and appurtenances in Brassington and Hognaston.
For use of (2).
Sigs., tags, armorial seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/134/2  10 May 1639

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Henry, Earl of Kent and wife Lady Elizabeth
(2) William Savile
(3) Anthony Savile, gent. and Peter Eyre
For £950, (1) to (2)
1/3 part of manor of Brassington and of farm called Gibbfield in Hognaston, with all appurtenances etc. in Brassington and Hognaston.
For use of (2).
Sigs., tags, armorial seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/134/3  27 May 1639

Contents:
Exemplification of a recovery:
Anthony Savile and Peter Eyre: plaintiffs
William Savile: deforceant
1/3 of Manor of Brassington, 40 messuages, 40 gardens, 320a. arable, 30a. meadow, 300a. pasture, 50a. heath and pine, £14.16s. rent and common pasture in Brassington, Hognaston, Gibfield, Moniasche, Longston and Bakewell, Derbs.
1st vouchee: Henry, Earl of Kent and Lady Elizabeth
2nd vouchee: Edward House (fails to appear.
Plaintiffs recover property.
Tag. Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/134/4  3 July 1640

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale, enrolled:
(1) Philip, Earl of Pembroke of Montgomery (Chamberlain to his Majesty's household), Michael Oldsworth and William Pester, servants of Earl.
(2) William Savile of Bakewell, gent.
For £1,300, (1) to (2)
2/3rd. manor of Brassington, with all lands, rents, etc.
For use of (2).
Sigs., tags, armorial seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/134/5  3 July 1640

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, with delivery of seisin:
(1) Philip, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, Michael Oldsworth and William Pester
(2) William Savile
For £1,300, (1) to (2)
2/3rds. of Manor of Brassington. For use of (2).
Sigs., tags, armorial seals of (1), Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/134/6  7 Aug 1643

Contents:
Indenture, covenant for settlement:
(1) William Savile of Bakewell, Derbs., gent.
(2) Anthony Savile, gent., bro. of (1)., and John Stevenson of Cowsley, Derbs., gent.
(1) covenants to convey, by fine and feoffment, to
(2) Manor of Brassington with lands, rents, etc.
For use of (1) and wife Jane for life, then for use of George Savile, eldest son of (1) and his heirs, if no heirs for use of William Savile, 2nd son of (1) and his heirs.
Tag., seal. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/134/7  8 Aug 1643

Contents:
Indenture, settlement, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) William Savile
(2) Anthony Savile and John Stevenson
(1) to (2)
Manor of Brassington in trust, as above (DD/SK/134/6).
Tag, seal. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/134/8  24 Nov 1646

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Philip, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, K.G., Michael Ouldsworth and William Pester, esq., servants of Earl
(2) William Savile
For £1,200, (1) to (2)
2/3rds. of messuages, houses, lands, etc. in Brassington except 2/3rds of Manor of Brassington already sold by (1) to (2) on 3 July 1643 (DD/SK/134/4 & 5). For use of (2).
Sigs., tag, armorial seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/134/9  24 Nov 1646

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, inrolled:
(1) Philip, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, K.G., Michael Ouldsworth and William Pester, esq., servants of Earl
(2) William Savile
For £1,200. (1) to (2)
2/3rds of messuages, houses, lands etc. in Brassington (as DD/SK/134/8). For use of (2).
Sigs., tags, seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/134/10-11  4 & 5 June 1649

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Richard Buxton of Brassington, gent.
(2) William Savile
For £150, (1) to (2)
¼th part of King's Manor, Brassington and all messuages, houses, lands etc. For use of (2).
Sig., tag, frag. of seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/134/12-13  10 & 12 Nov 1652

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Edward Peggs of Ashbourne, Derbs., esq., John Beresford of Radborne, Derbs., clerk, Henry Stokes of Windley, Derbs., gent.
(2) William Savile of Bakewell, gent.
(3) George Buxton of Bradborne, Derbs., gent. and his son and heir Henry Buxton
For £663.6s.8d., (1) to (2) and (3)
Moiety of Manor of Brassington, with all messuages, houses, lands etc. belonging in Elston, Carsington, Winster and Ible, Derbs. ½ of moiety for use of (2) and ½ for use of (3).
Sigs., tags, seals of (1) & (3). Parch.

Sheepwalk at Brassington, judgement about (Howard, Savile)  DD/SK/135/1  1615

[no title]  DD/SK/135/1  4 July 1655

Contents:
Exemplification of a verdict:
Robert Hayword: Plaintiff
William Hodgkinson: Deforceant (servant to William Savile)
Re Sheepwalk at Brassington called the Plaine below Harbour Hall. Def. awards costs £6.10s.
Tag. Parch. English, Latin.

Manor, etc (Savile, Culbert, Cooper, Coape, Sherbrooke, Lowe)  DD/SK/136-138  1676-1808

[no title]  DD/SK/136/1  4 Apr 1676

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate (dated 13 Nov 1676) of William Savile of Beely, Derbs., gent., leaving lands in Matlock, Darleigh, Moiniash, Dudwood and Northlees, Derbs., to son John Savile and other bequests to his children George, Jane and others.
Tag. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/136/2  6 May 1734

Contents:
Copy of Will of George Savile of South House Grange, Derbs. esq., leaving lands and personal estate to nephew John Gilbert.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/136/3  30 Dec 1735

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) John Gilbert of South House Grange, Derbs., esq.
(2) Sir John Harper of Caulke, Derbs., bart.
For £6,000, (1) to (2)
Manor of lordship of Brassington and messuages, closes and lands in Brassington. For use of (2) for 500 years if (1) does not repay mortgage + interest (£6,240) by 30 Dec next. Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/136/4  30 Dec 1735

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart mortgage:
(1) John Gilbert of South House Grange, Derbs., esq.
(2) Sir John Harper of Caulke, Derbs., bart.
For £6,000, (1) to (2)
Property as DD/SK/136/3 above.
Sig., armorial seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/136/5  30 Dec 1735

Contents:
Deed poll, declaration of trust
(1) Sir John Harper of Caulke, Derbs, bart.
(2) John Wakelin of Inner Temple, London, gent.
Declaring that 21,000 of 6,000 loaned by (1) to John Gilbert on security of premises in Brassington is property of (2). (1) is declared to be trustee for £1,000 and interest for (2).
Endorsed with receipt of 16 July 1742 for £1,000 and interest amounting to £61.155. received by (2) from Lady Catherine Harpur, exor. of (1).
Sig., armorial seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/136/6  19 Dec 1741

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) John Gilbert Cooper of Locke, Derbs., esq.
(2) Thomas Fisher of Repton, Derbs., gent.
For £1,000, (1) to (2)
Manor of Brassington and messuages, closes, and lands in Brassington.
For use of (2) for 1,000 yrds. if (1) does not repay mortgage + interest by 19 June next.
Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., armorial seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/136/7  24 Feb 1741/2

Contents:
Deed poll, declaration of trust:
(1) Thomas Fisher
(2) Dame Catherine Harpur, widow of Sir John H.
Declaring that £1,000 loaned to John Gilbert Cooper on security of Manor of Brassington (DD/SK/136/6) by (1), is property of (2). (1) is trustee and covenants to execute assignment of mortgage if (2) requests this.
Sig. of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/136/8  17 July 1742

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of mortgage:
(1) Lady Catherine Harpur, widow of Sir John H.
(2) John Gilbert Cooper of Lockoe, Derbs., esq.
(3) Thomas Hill of Tern, Salop, esq.
For £6,000 paid by (3) to (1), (1) with consent of (2) to (3)
Manor of Brassington and messuages, closes and lands in Brassington formerly mortgaged by (2) to Sir John Harpur (DD/SK/136/3 & 4). for use of (3) for remainder of 500 years, under same conditions as (1) held lands. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., armorial seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/136/9  17 July 1742

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of mortgage:
(1) Thomas Fisher of Repton, Derbs., gent. and Lady Catherine Harpur
(2) John Gilbert Cooper
(3) William Noel of Inner Temple, London, esq.
For £1,000 paid by (3) to C.H., (1) to (3) with consent of (2), Manor of Brassington and messuages, closes and lands formerly mortgaged by (2) to Thomas Fisher, in trust for C.H. (as DD/SK/136/6).
For use of (3) for remainder of 1,000 yrs. on same conditions as former mortgage. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs. and armorial seals of (1) and (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/136/10  18 July c.1742

Contents:
Abstract of John Gilbert Cooper's title to manor of Brassington quoting 12 deeds 1639 - 1741 (DD/SK/134/1-13 and DD/SK/136/3-8).

[no title]  DD/SK/136/11  17 Dec 1743

Contents:
Indenture, further mortgage:
(1) John Gilbert Cooper
(2) Thomas Hill
(2) to (1) £1,000 on same security as former mortgages (DD/SK/136/3,6,8,9). Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/136/12-13  3 Nov 1804 (Morrow of All Souls 1804)

Contents:
Final concords, right and left hand indentures:
Robert Lowe, esq.: plaintiff
William Sherbrooke, esq. and wife
Ann: deforceants
Manor of Brassington, 12 messuages, 10 cottages, 20 barns, 20 stables, 15 gardens, 700a. arable, 400 a. meadow, 400 a. pasture and common pasture in Brassington.
£1,800.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/137/1-2  20 & 21 Oct 1748

Contents:
Indentures, lease and release: marriage settlement:
(1) John Gilbert Cooper, snr. of Leicester, esq. and his son and heir John Gilbert Cooper, jnr.
(2) William Wrighte of Newark, nr. Leicester, esq., Leeke Okeover of Oakover, Staffs, esq.
(3) John Gardiner of Thundridge, Bury, Herts., esq. and Samuel Bonner of Inner Temple, London, esq.
(4) Francis Stratford of Merevale, Warwicks, esq. and Godfrey Webster of Nelues, Essex, esq.
(5) Susanna Wrighte, spin., eldest d. of William Wrighte, above
To secure payment of annual rent of £600 to Jane Hayford (late Jane Cooper) of £200 p.a. to John Gilbert Cooper, snr., and of debts specified in attached schedule, in consideration of intended marriage of (5) and J.G.C. jnr. and of £2,000 paid to J.G.C. jnr. and given to (2) in trust to pay fines payable on renewal of leases of certain lands in Thurgarton and Hoveringham, and to provide for (5) should she survive J.G.C. jnr.
(1) to (2)
Manor of Thurgarton and messuages, cottages, closes, lands etc. in Thurgarton, Hoveringham Haseby (Lincs.), Brassington, Kniveton, Birchover and Dudwood (Derbs.).
(2) to sell some of lands, those in Brassington, Kniveton, Birchover and Dudwood first, to pay mortgages, bonds and debts detailed in attached schedule.
Any money remaining after debts cleared, to be used to buy more freehold land.
(2) to hold remaining land in trust for J.G.C., jnr. for life and after his death for use of (5) and then for use of their heirs. Endorsed with receipts for various sums owed by (1) and paid by (2) as agreed above.
Sigs., seals of (1), (2) & (5). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/138/1  20 Jan 1749

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of mortgage to attend inheritance:
(1) Thomas Hill
(2) William Wrighte, Leake Okeover, John Gilbert Cooper, snr. and John Gilbert Cooper, jnr.
(3) Henry Coape of Duffield, Derbs., esq.
(4) Samuel Crompton jnr. of Derby, esq.
For £8,113.6s.8d. paid to (1) by (3) at direction of (2), (1) at direction of (2) to (4)
Manor of Brassington and messuages, closes and lands there formerly mortgaged to Sir John Harpur and assigned to (1) (DD/SK/136/3,6,8,9,11). To (4) for remainder of term of 500 yrs. in trust for (3) and to attend inheritance. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1),(2) & (3). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/138/2-3  25 & 26 Jan 1749

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) William Wrighte, Leak Okeover, John Gilbert Cooper, snr., John Gilbert Cooper, jnr.
(2) Henry Coape
For £8,113,6s.8d. paidby (2) to Thomas Hill see DD/SK/138/1) and for £3,386.13s.4d. paid by (2) to (1), (1) to (2)
Manor of Brassington, messuages, closes, lands etc. belonging and all other messuages, etc. of (1) in Brassington.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/138/4A  31 Mar 1779

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale, inrolled:
(1) Catherine Bonell of Sutton Coldfield, Warwicks, widow (neice and heir of late Henry Sherbrooke)
(2) Margaret Sherbrooke of Oxton, widow and devisee in Will of late Henry Sherbrooke
(1) to (2)
Messuages, cottages, farms, closes, etc. in Brassington, Denbigh, Kniveton and Narfields. For use of (2).
To confirm and ratify Will and Codicil of H.S.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/138/4B  4 Aug 1802

Contents:
Abstract of title of William Sherbrooke to estate at Brassington, quoting DD/SK/134 to DD/SK/138/3 and Wills of H.S. and Margaret S.
Compiled with notes by Richard Oreston, Inner Temple.

[no title]  DD/SK/138/5-6  4 & 5 Apr 1804

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) William Sherbrooke and wife Ann, of Oxton
(2) Robert Lowe, esq. of Oxton
(3) Henry Forster of Newark, gent., trustee for (2)
For £24,000 paid by (2) to (1), (1) to (2) and (3) Manor of Brassington and messuages, closes, lands etc. in Brassington (late property of Henry Coape and inherited by (1) from him).
For use as (2) shall direct, if no direction for use of (2), (3) being trustee. (1) covenant to levy a fine. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., armorial seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/138/7  12 Aug 1805

Contents:
Deed poll, release:
(1) Samuel Hamer Oates of Chapel Town, Yorks., merchant and wife Sarah
(2) William Sherbrooke
(1) to (2)
Release of a legacy of £1,000, given to (1) by Will of Margaret Sherbrooke dec'd and charged on estate at Brassington, Derbs. left to (2). (2) paid £1,000 to (1) on 10 June 1802.
Sigs., seals of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/138/8  12 Aug 1805

Contents:
Deed poll, release:
(1) Elizabeth Coape Sherbrooke
(2) William Sherbrooke
(1) to (2) release of legacy of £1,000 inherited by (2) as above and paid by (1) on 10 June 1802.
Sig., seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/138/9  7 Apr 1804

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage - release, lease
(1) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq.
(2) Henry Forster of Newark, gent.
(3) William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £12,000 (1) and (2) to (3)
Messuages, closes, lands etc. in Brassington (part of lands as in DD/SK/138/5 & DD/SK/138/6). For use of (3) if (1) does not repay mortgage + interest by 7 Oct next. Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/138/10  1 Jan 1805

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of mortgage:
(1) Samuel Crompton of Woodend, Yorks, esq.
(2) William Sherbrooke
(3) Henry Forster
(4) Robert Lowe
(5) Joseph Benjamin Smith of Newark, gent.
For nominal consideration, (1) at direction and with consent of (2),(3) & (4) to (5)
Manor of Brassington and messuages, etc. as in DD/SK/136/3 (lands formerly mortgaged and assigned as in DD/SK/136/3,6,8,9,11 and DD/SK/138/1).
To (5) for remainder of 500 years, in trust for (4), to dispose of or assign as (4) wishes and to attend inheritance.
Sigs., seals of (1),(2),(3),(4). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/138/11-12  3 & 4 Apr 1805

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) William Sherbrooke
(2) Robert Lowe, Henry Forster (trustee for R.L.)
Whereas (2) purchased messuages, closes etc. in Brassington (as DD/SK/138/5 & DD/SK/138/6), mortgaged then for £12,000 to (1) (DD/SK/138/9) and is now selling premises except certain cowgates and (2) now wishes (1) to release premises except certain cowgates for (2) to sell, and (1) considers cowgates to be security sufficient for £3,000 only and has required (2) to enter into bond for remaining £9,000.
In consideration of bond for £9,000 made by (2) with Isle Grant of Binbrooke, Lincs., (1) at request of (2) to (3), messuages etc. as in DD/SK/138/9, except cowgates mentioned there.
To (2) in trust (as DD/SK/138/5 & DD/SK/138/6.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/138/13  n.d. c. 1808

Contents:
Abstract of title of Robert Lowe to estate at Brassington, quoting DD/SK/134 - DD/SK/138/12 and 2 later deeds. Compiled by Smith & Fox of Newark.

Sale of houses, etc. (deeds, valuations) (Gilbert, various, Cooper)  DD/SK/139/1-14  1735-1805

[no title]  DD/SK/139/1  29 Nov 1735

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart feoffment:
(1) John Gilbertlate of South House Grange, Derbs., esq.
(2) William Beresford of Brassington, husbandman
For £30, (1) to (2)
Cottage with croft, garden and stable in Brassington in occ. of (2).
For use of (2). 6d.p.a. rent to be paid by (2) to (1).
Mark, seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/139/2  29 Nov 1735

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart feoffment:
(1) John Gilbert
(2) John Briddon of Brassington, husbandman
For £9, (1) to (2)
Cottage with garden and coal house adjoining, in Brassington in occ. of (2). For use of (2) at 2d. p.a.
Mark, seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/139/3  29 Nov 1735

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart feoffment:
(1) John Gilbert
(2) Robert Briddon of Brassington, miner
For £20, (1) to (2)
Cottage with barn and garden adjoining in Brassington in occ. of William Briddon. For use of (2) an 6d. p.a. rent.
Sig., seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/139/4  29 Nov 1735

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart feoffment:
(1) John Gilbert
(2) Robert Hughes of Brassington, husbandman
For £7.7s., (1) to (2)
Cottage with garden in Brassington in occ. of (2).
For use of (2) at 1d. p.a. rent.
Mark, seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/139/5  29 Nov 1735

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart feoffment:
(1) John Gilbert
(2) Job Marple of Brassington, yeo.
For £25, (1) to (2)
Cottage with shop and garden in Brassington in occ. of John Briddon, blacksmith. For use of (2) at 6d. p.a. rent.
Sig., seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/139/6  29 Nov 1735

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart feoffment:
(1) John Gilbert
(2) Robert Spencer of Brassington, miner
For £10, (1) to (2)
Cottage with 2 small gardens in occ. of (2) in Brassington. For use of (2) at 2d. p.a. rent.
Mark, seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/139/7  29 Nov 1735

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart feoffment:
(1) John Gilbert
(2) George Walton of Brassington, baker
For £70, (1) to (2)
Cottage with croft, garden, stable adjoining, in occ. of William Kirk, and cottage and garden in off of John Briddon in Brassington. For use of (2) at 1s. p.a. rent.
Mark, seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/139/8  29 Nov 1735

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart feoffment:
(1) John Gilbert
(2) Richard Wild of Brassington, weaver
For £10, (1) to (2)
Cottage with shop and garden adjoining and 40sq.yds. in Western croft in occ. of (2), in Brassington.
For use of (2) at 2d. p.a. rent.
Sig., seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/139/9  29 Nov 1735

Contents:
List of houses at Brassington sold by John Gilbert, giving purchaser, present tenants and late tenants, consideration paid and annual rent; list receipted by Joseph Hayne for 2 gns. for counterparts of conveyances.

[no title]  DD/SK/139/10  28 July 1741

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart feoffment:
(1) John Gilbert Cooper of Locko, Derbs., esq., Rev. William Newton of Ashbourne, Derbs., esq. (Lords of Manor of Brassington)
(2) John Hardy of Brassington, school-master
For 5s. and "other good causes", (1) to (2).
Cottage with garden in occ. of (2) and built by him in Brassington. For use of (2) at 1d. rent p.a.
Sig., seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/139/11  n.d. c. 1743

Contents:
Particulars of John Gilbert Cooper's estate at Brassington, mortgaged to Thomas Hill (1742-3) to secure £7,000 (DD/SK/136/8 & DD/SK/136/11); giving tenants, lands and number of beastgates (total 108½).
Letter from Joseph Hayne to ? Hill re above lands, written at end of particulars.

[no title]  DD/SK/139/12  n.d. 1743

Contents:
Rental of estate at Brassington of John Gilbert, drawn up by J. Hayne. Total rents £459.8s.
Endorsed "Delivered a copy of this rental to Mr.Hill 23rd April 1743". Property mortgaged to Hill to secure £7,000.

[no title]  DD/SK/139/13  6 Jan 1752

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart foeffment:
(1) Henry Coape of Duffield, Derbs., esq.
(2) Samuel Kinder of Brassington, labourer
For £8.8s., (1) to (2)
Cottage and garden in Brassington in occ. of (2).
For use of (2) at 2d. rent p.a.
Mark, seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/139/14  n.d. c. 1805

Contents:
List of deeds (for manor of Brassington and messuages, lands etc. there) covenanted to be produced by Robert Lowe to Robert Alsop (DD/SK/134 to DD/SK/138).

Close (Fearn, Lowe, Goodwin, Johnson)  DD/SK/140/1  1812

[no title]  DD/SK/140/1  4 Apr 1812

Contents:
Indenture, reconveyance of close and surrender of mortgage term to attend inheritance:
(1) Richard Goodwin of Ashbourne, Derbs., gent. (nephew and heir at law to late Francis Johnson)
(2) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq.
(3) John Goodwin Johnson of Bradborne, Derbs., gent. sole exor. for will of Francis Johnson, and sole acting devisee in trust for will of William Fearn
William Fearn dec'd had mortgaged to F.J and to R.L. lands and premises in Brassington and had transferred lands etc to (3) in trust to sell and repay mortgages and other debts, including £670 owed by W.F. to (3) and mortgages had been repaid during lifetime of W.F. but no reconveyances made, and he had died leaving remaining lands to (3) in trust to pay his debts.
(1) and (2) to (3)
Upper Field Pringle (1a.2r.5p.) in Brassington, formerly mortgaged with other lands by W.F. to F.J.
For use of (3), in trust to sell and pay remaining debts of W.F.
Sigs., seals of (1),(2),(3). Parch.

Sale of house (Fearn, Lowe, Goodwin, Johnson)  DD/SK/141/1  1812

[no title]  DD/SK/141/1  11 Apr 1812

Contents:
Indenture, foeffment, with delivery of seisin:
(1) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq.
(2) John Goodwin Johnson, of Bradborne, Derbs., gent. sole exor. for will of Francis Johnson, and sole acting devisee in trust for will of William Fearn
(3) Robert Briddon of Brassington, yeo., Thomas Wise of Ashbourne, Derbs., gent.
W.F. had agreed to buy messuage as below from (1) for £10 and sale had not been completed, for £10 paid (3) to (1) and£4 paid by (3) to (2), (1) & (2) to (3)
Messuage, cottage with garden, etc. belonging in Brassington in occ. of Benjamin Tomlinson.
For use of (3) in trust for R.B. Endorsed with receipts for £10 & £4.
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

Sale of Manor (Sherbrooke, Lowe)  DD/SK/142/1-31  1801-1820

[no title]  DD/SK/142/1  1801

Contents:
Valuation of estate at Brassington giving lands, tenants, acreage, value per ac. and value p.a. Total value £24,030. Property of William Sherbrooke.
Book, paper.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/2a - c  1802

Contents:
Drafts of release of manor of Brassington and lands, closes, messuages, etc. in Brassington by William Sherbrooke to Robert Lowe. Lease and release finally completed on 4 & 5 Apr 1804 (DD/SK/138/5 & DD/SK/138/6). Drafts, in various stages of completion, compiled by Smith & Forster of Newark and perused by Evans, Middlemore and Priory.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/3a - c  3 & 4 Apr 1805

Contents:
Draft lease and release:
(1) William Sherbrooke
(2) Robert Lowe and Henry Forster
(1) to (2)
Messuages, closes, lands etc. in Brassington.
To (2) in trust on certain terms, see DD/SK/138/11 & DD/SK/138/12)
(2 copies of release).

[no title]  DD/SK/142/4a- c  1802 - 5

Contents:
Draft assignment of mortgage (3 copies)
(1) Samuel Crompton
(2) William Sherbrooke
(3) Henry Forster
(4) Robert Lowe
(5) Joseph Benjamin Smith
(1) at direction of (2), (3), (4) to (5)
Manor of Brassington and messuages, closes etc. in Brassington. To (5) in trust for (4). See DD/SK/138/10.
Drawn up by Smith and Forster of Newark perused by Evans, Middlemore and Priory and Mr. Hirst.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/5  Apr 1805

Contents:
Draft release:
(1) Robert Lowe
(2) Henry Forster
(3) Joseph Benjamin Smith
(4) Thomas Frost
(5) Thomas Jackson, trustee for (4).
For £248, (1) to (4) & (5)
Great Brickendale close (5a.0r.4p.) and Little Brackendale close (1a.1r.28p.) in Brassington. For use of (4) and heirs.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/6  6 Apr 1805

Contents:
Draft Release:
(1) Robert Lowe
(2) Henry Forster
(3) Joseph Benjamin Smith
(4) Mark Millington
(5) William Charlton, trustee for (4)
(6) Rev. Robert Greville
For £300, (1) to (4) and (5)
Nether Shelboards (1a.2r.10p.), Upper Shelboards (3r.), 2 lands (1a.3r.28p.), Upper Croft (25p.), in Brassington.
For use of (4) and heirs. Compiled by Smith and Forster, Newark, with numerous alterations.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/7  n.d. c. 1805

Contents:
Draft abstract of title to lands etc. in Brassington, quoting 3 deeds DD/SK/138,5,6,10.
Compiled by Smith & Forster, Newark.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/8  n.d. c. 1809

Contents:
Draft additional abstract of title to Brassington estate, quotes 3 deeds (DD/SK/138/11 & DD/SK/138/12) inclosure award of 1808 and indentures between Sherbrooke, Lowe and Allsopp whereby Sherbrooke reconveys to Lowe & Allsopp cowgates as excepted in DD/SK/138/11 & DD/SK/138/12.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/9  n.d. c. 1805

Contents:
Description of estate at Brassington purchased by Robert Lowe from William Sherbrooke (157/DD/SK/138/5,6).

[no title]  DD/SK/142/10  1803

Contents:
Inclosure Act for Brassington.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/11  n.d. c. 1803

Contents:
Map showing lands allotted to William Coape Sherbrooke (? by Inclosure Award); 4 pieces, total acreage 26a.3r.36p. Scale: 2 chns. to 1".

[no title]  DD/SK/142/12a - b  1804

Contents:
2 notices re sale of Brassington Estate "to be sold by public auction......on Saturday 28th April 1804". 1 with inked notes and calculations.
Printed.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/13  n.d. c. 1805

Contents:
Survey of lands sold and remaining to be sold at Brassington, gives field name and acreage.
Total sold 375a.1r.10p. and 11a.3r.22p.; land unsold 184a.2r.22p., giving total for all lands as 571.3r.24p.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/14  n.d. c. 1806

Contents:
Description of premises at Brassington sold by Robert Lowe esq. to various people, gives names of purchaser and field and acreage.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/15  n.d. c. 1806

Contents:
Map showing part of Brassington estate.
Showing 8 pieces land adjoining each other and bounded by Brassington Rd. and Aldwark Rd.
Acreage of each piece given and purchasers of 5 pieces added. Several notes and calculations in pencil and ink.
Paper, backed with cloth.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/16  1802-10

Contents:
Accounts of Robert Lowe from Oct 1802 - May 1810 showing deficit up to Apr 1808 and then after he had sold lands, balance due to R.L. Final balance of May 1810 shows £6500 due to R.L.
Book, paper.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/17  18 June 1805

Contents:
".J.B. Smith in account with Robert Lowe, Esq. respecting the purchase monies of Brassington" Accounts from 10 Apr to 16 Apr 1805, compiled 18 June by J.B. Smith. Smith received £19,431.8s.5½d. and paid out £12,800 leaving balance of £6,631.8s.5½d. due to Robert Lowe which is accounted for in DD/SK/142/18 below. Smith received £19,431.8s.5½d. of total purchase monies; £870.10s. remains to be received and £1,978.0.0. was paid previous to execution of conveyances, £1278 to Mr. Greville and £700 to Mr.Lowe. Endorsed with recapitulations giving total of receipts for Brassington lands as £23,750.4s.0d.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/18a-b  1805

Contents:
"J.B. Smith in account with Robert Lowe". Summary of above, giving total received and spent by Smith and balance of £6,631.8s.5½d. due to Robert Lowe in connection with Brassington lands. Accounts for Swinethorpe - Smith received and spent £14,265.16s.4d., including balance due to Lowe as above. Accounts for £600 received by Smith for I. Grant, esq. and paid to him as directed. (2 copies).

[no title]  DD/SK/142/19A  1805

Contents:
General debit and credit account of Robert Lowe, gives amounts owed by and due to R.L. and leaving balance of £2,006.6s.1½d. to R.L. Drawn up by J.B. Smith, with note that balance due to R.L. is considerably reduced on account of Greville's several charges on Lowe's account. (see DD/SK/142/30 & DD/SK/142/31.)

[no title]  DD/SK/142/19B  Dec 1806

Contents:
"J.B. Smith in account with Robert Lowe". Accounts for William Fearn's purchase. Total received £1,020 paid into Bank of Pocklington and Co. Note at foot "Dec 20th 1806 settled by me, Robert Lowe".

[no title]  DD/SK/142/20a - b  1802 - 5

Contents:
Accounts - "Robert Lowe, esq. in account with Isle Grant and others requesting purchase of Brassington estate ofWilliam Sherbrooke".
Gives various sums received from estate and amounts paid to Grant and others in connection with purchase, mortgage, sale of various portions of estate. (2 copies).
(a) not completed; balanced to end of 1804; balance then due to R.Lowe, £24.1s.7d. Not corredt as shown by (b).
(b) balanced to end of 1805; balance then due to Messrs. Grant and others £380.7s.5d.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/21  1802-5

Contents:
Account of Messrs. Lowe, Greville and others with Smith andForster for drawing up deeds, perusing title etc. for purchase and sale of lands at Brassington. Toal for period 28 June 1802 - 31Aug 1805, £628.17s.1d.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/22  1806-7

Contents:
Account of Messrs. Lowe, Greville and others with Smith and Fox for drawing up deeds, etc. and other expenses for purchase and sale of Brassington lands. Total for period 19 Jan 1806 - Feb 1807, £77.13s.7d.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/23  1808

Contents:
Account of Messrs, Lowe, Greville and others with John Fox for drawing up deeds etc. for lands at Brassington. Total for period 3 May - 8 May 1808. £2.7s.6d.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/24  8 Dec 1806

Contents:
Account of Robert Lowe, esq. with Messrs. Evans, Middlemore and Percy for drawing up deeds, etc. for his estate at Brassington. Total £28.5.0. for period 1805-6.
Receipted by H. Percy on 5 Dec 1806

[no title]  DD/SK/142/25a - c  1808 - 1810

Contents:
Accounts of Robert Lowe and L. Allsopp:
(a) Robert Lowe in account with Allsopp
(b) Mr. Allsopp's account
(c) Mr. Lowe's account
All cover period May 1808 - Jan 1810 and concern Brassington purchases.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/26a - e  1810 - 13

Contents:
(a) Robert Lowe in account with L. Allsopp
& (b) (Apr 1810 - Jan 1813), shows balance of £988.8s.9d. due to Allsopp. (2 copies of (a) completed to Nov 1812 only)
(c) Letter from Battison of 3 Nov 1812 authorising Allsopp to receive monies owed to Bettison by R.L.
(d) 2 letters from Allsopp of 28 Oct 1812
& (e) and 12 Jan 1813 re accounts.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/27  5 Jan 1811

Contents:
Letter from Allsopp to Mr. Lorbett asking for loan of £3,000 on security of 123 ac. of land at Birbrooke, to enable Mr.Lowe to discharge his accounts with Smith.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/28  27 July 1804

Contents:
Letter from R. Greville to R.L. dealing with R.G.'s efforts to sell Lowe's lands at Brassington. R.G. has sold 1 piece to Millington for £1,850 and is negotiating with 3 others for sale of land.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/29  Apr 1805

Contents:
Account of bills remitted to Messrs. Dolden & Co. on account of Lowe and Grant. Total £12,800.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/30  17 May 1805

Contents:
Account between R.L. and R.G. above. Balance due to Lowe £212.

[no title]  DD/SK/142/31a-k  1817 - 1820

Contents:
Correspondence btween R.L. and R.G. above, who was R.L.'s agent for Brassington estate and who tricked him of some money.
(a) R.L. to R.G. (20 Dec 1817) complaining he has has heard nothing from him for a long time and wishes his affairs settled radpidly.
(b) R.L. to R.G. (6 Dec 1818) again complaining R.G. still has not written and that he now owes R.L. large sum of money and threatening to withdraw loan.
(c) R.G. to R.L. (28 Dec 1818) R.G. postpones reply re above and discusses sale of the Moar.
(d) R.L. to R.G. (6 Jan 1818) in reply to above. R.L. consents to sale of the Moar for £1,800 or less.
(e) R.G. to R.L. (15 Jan 1819) enclosing draft for £51.7s.6d. & promising to answer earlier letters as (b) above when he hears from Mr. Sybrey re purchase of the Moar.
(f) R.G. to R.L. (4 May 1819) replying to (b) pleading he has made many calls upon his money and he will forward further draft to R.L. next month
(g) R.G. to R.L. (1 Oct 1819) re the Moar asking R.L. to consider buying out his share and suggest they meet in Nottm. to discuss it.
(h) R.L. to R.G. in reply to above, agreeing to meet in Nottm.
(i) R.G. to R.L. (20 Oct 1819) again asking R.L. to buy his share of the Moar or give him sufficient title to it and says he has written to Mr. Wylde for his account.
(j) R.L. to R.G. (23 Oct 1819) arranging to meet R.G. in Nottm. when he will discuss purchase of R.G.'s share of the Moar.
(k) Account of R.G. and R.L. showing balance of £901.16s.6d. due to R.L. and endorsed with note that R.L. gave R.G. deeds of Matlock estate so R.G. may make a title to his moiety of the Moor which R.L. is to purchase from him for £600.

DERBYSHIRE, VARIOUS  DD/SK/143-146  1646-1780

Ashover (Cowpe, Stevenson, Lee, Stokes, Matkin, Huthwaite, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/143/1-3  1649-1676

[no title]  DD/SK/143/1  10 Apr 1649

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart feoffment:
(1) John Cowpe of Windly, Duffield, Derbs., yeo.
(2) John Stevenson of Tupton, Northwinfield, Derbs., yeo.
For £178, (1) to (2)
Messuage in Ashover, nr. Bole Hill and Hobb Ridding close.
For use of (2).
Initials and seal of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/143/2  16 July 1651

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, with delivery of seisin:
(1) John Lee (alias Lees) and son and heir Walter Lee (alias Lees) both of Ladyhole, Ashbourne, gents.
(2) Henry Stoakes of Wyndley, Duffield, Derbs., gent.
For £121, (1) to (2)
Jessoppe Field (10a.), and right of way over 3 other closes to Jessoppe Field, Duffield.
For use of (2).
Sigs., tags, seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/143/3  13 Apr 1676

Contents:
Indenture, tripartite, Deed of partition:
(1) William Matkin of Duffield, Derbs., yeo. and wife Mary (sister and co-heir of late John Stokes of Wyndley, Duffield)
(2) John Huthwaite of Nottm., gent. and wife Mary (sister and co-heir of John Stokes dec'd.)
(3) Nathaniel Willot of Duffield, gent and wife Sarah (sister and co-heir of late John Stokes)
To (1)
Messuage with barns, stables, etc. (3r.), Stoope close (5a.), Longdale close (2a.), Great Newland and Little New Land (4a.), Carre close (3a.1r.28p.) in Ashover and 1/3 of cottage in occ. of Thos. Walker, 1/3 of 12/- p.a. rent, Potters Pingle (2a.), stables close (2a.) and 1 bay of barn in Duffield.
For use of (1) and heirs.
To (2)
Messuage, 2 bays barn garden and meadow (8a.), Great Start close (1a.3r.), Jessops field (11a.), close adjoining (3a.), 1 land called Rybuts, Wallflatt and Northend (13a.), Carre close (3r.6p.), 1/3 part of cottage in occ. Thomas Walker, 1/3 of 12/- p.a. rent, More close and Barley close (7a.), Great Dole close (4a.16p.) in Ashover and Duffield.
For use of (2) & heirs.
To (3)
Messuage, garden, close (7a.), Barne close (2a.), Nearhighfield and Farhighfield closes (9a.), New Breaks close (6a.), the Wood (3r.), Great Dole Close (2a.1r.34p.) in Ashover and close above barne (4a.), Hillorkey close (8a.), closes below barne (2a.3r.) in Duffield and 1/3 of cottage in occ. of Thomas Walker and 1/3 of 12/0 p.a. rent.
For use of (3) and heirs.
Tags. of (1) & (2), sigs. of W.M. and (2), Mark of M.M., seal of W.M. Parch.

Duffield (3 deeds, 1 inventory) Chatbourne, Woodhouse, Coope, Beighton, Sherbrooke  DD/SK/144/1-4  1683-1780

[no title]  DD/SK/144/1  26 Mar 1683

Contents:
Indenture, lease (release missing):
(1) William Chatborne of Duffield, yeo.
(2) Joseph Woodhouse of Wooscote, Derbs, gent.
For 5/-, (1) to (2)
Champion Rowe close, Duffield (3a.).
For use of (2)., for 1 year.
Sig., tag, seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/144/2  4 May 1704

Contents:
Inventory of goods of William Coape, snr., late of Farnow, par. Duffield, gent. dec'd. taken and appraised by George Harrison and Humphrey Lane. Sum total £4,252.10s., of which £4,000 is owing to Coape.

[no title]  DD/SK/144/3  30 Oct 1779

Contents:
Agreement for sale:
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
(2) John Beighton of Hazlewood, Derbs., esq.
For £100 and £3,250 to be paid when conveyance is completed, (1) to (2)
Messuage with yards, etc. and closes around messuage (118a.2r.30p.) and the Motts close (15a.2r.7p.) in Duffield.
(2) to pay costs of conveyance, except fine which (1) is to levy.
Sig., seal of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/144/4  9 Apr 1780 (Quind. of Easter 1780)

Contents:
Final concord, left hand indenture:
John Beighton, gent.: plaintiff
William Coape Sherbrooke, esq.: deforceant
1 messuage, 2 barns, 2 stables, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 200a. arable 100 a. meadow, 100 a. pasture and common pasture in Farnoe, Windley, Mugginton and Duffield.
£400.
Parch.

Hulland (Webster)  DD/SK/145/1  1646

[no title]  DD/SK/145/1  10 Aug 1646

Contents:
Indenture, covenant, with delivery of seisin:
(1) William Webster of Hulland, yeo.
(2) William Webster, jnr. son and heir of (1)
(3) William Wilcoxon of Biginge, Derbs., yeo. and John Kyveton of Osmaston, Derbs., gent.
For £80, (1) to (2)
Part of cottage and outbuildings, right of pasture for 1 swine in the orchard, ½ a garden and the Broad Meadow in Hulland.
(1) covenants with (3) that (2) shall have all cottages, buildings, and lands of (1) in Hulland after death of (1). For use of (2), to be held of Chief Lord of the Fee.
Mark, tag, seal of (1). Tags and seal. Parch.

Littleover (Walker, Whitacre)  DD/SK/146/1  1714

[no title]  DD/SK/146/1  28 Apr 1714

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment, endorsed with delivery of seisin and receipt:
(1) William Walker of Littleover, yeo.
(2) Ralph Whitacre of Littleover, labourer
For £9.10s., (1) to (2)
4 selions arable in Brooke field, (1a.) in Littleover.
For use of (2).
Mark. tag, seal of (1). Parch.

LEICESTERSHIRE  DD/SK/147-148A  1704-1870

Bardon Park (Hood, Coape)  DD/SK/147/1-2  1704

[no title]  DD/SK/147/1-2  23 & 24 Feb 1704

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Elianor Hood of Nottingham widow, John Hood of Bardon Park, Leics., gent.
(2) William Coape snr. of Farnham, Derbs., gent., Henry Coape of Doeefield, Derbs., esq. and Mary Coape, spin, eldest daughter of W.C.
In consideration of marriage of M.C. and J.H. and for £1,000 paid to J.H. by W.C. (1) to (2)
Bardon Lodge and closes in Bardon Park.
For use of J.H. for life and after his death for use of M.C. then to their heirs.
Sig. of E.H. Parch., English.

Prestop Park, Ashby de la Zouche (Sherbrooke, Hastings)  DD/SK/148a/1-8  1856-1870

[no title]  DD/SK/148a/1  1864

Contents:
Draft abstract of title of Henry Sherbrooke to the Prestop Park Estate in Ashby de la Zouche, quoting 8 deeds 1814 - 1841.

[no title]  DD/SK/148a/2  1869

Contents:
Draft supplemental abstract of title of H.S. to Prestop Park estate in Ashby, quoting 3 deeds 1854 - 1861.

[no title]  DD/SK/148a/3  1870

Contents:
Schedule of deeds and writings relating to Prestop Park estate devised by Will of Rev. Edward Walter Lowe to Henry Sherbrooke and sold by him to Charles F. Hastings, esq.

[no title]  DD/SK/148a/4  1856

Contents:
Map of an estate at Prestop Park, Ashby.
Scale: 6 chains = 1 inch.
Printed, paper backed cloth.

[no title]  DD/SK/148a/5  10 Mar 1870

Contents:
Requisitions on title of Sherbrooke to Prestop Park Estate, which he is selling to Hastings.
Solicitors: Smith & Mammoth for Hastings; Newbold & Falkner for Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/148a/6  1 Feb 1870

Contents:
Draft, agreement for sale:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton
(2) Lady Hastings
For £11,000, (1) to (2)
Prestop Park Estate (180a.2r.35p.) as detailed in schedule.

[no title]  DD/SK/148a/7  1 Feb 1870

Contents:
Agreement for sale:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Charles Frederick Abney Hastings of Donington Park, Leics., esq.
For £11,000, (1) to (2)
Property as above. Purchase to be completed on 29 Sept next.
Sig. of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/148a/8  16 Nov 1870

Contents:
Draft conveyance:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) C.F.A. Hastings
For £11,000, (1) to (2)
Property as above. For use of (2).
Endorsed with calculation of interest due on remainder of purchase money from 25 Mar when £2,000 deposit was paid to 16 Nov. Total remaining to be paid £9,234.14s.1d.

LINCOLNSHIRE, VARIOUS  DD/SK/148b  1787

Haceby, Manor, etc. (Lowe, Brownlow)  DD/SK/148b/1-5  1787

[no title]  DD/SK/148b/1  4 Jan 1787

Contents:
Articles of agreement:
(1) Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq.
(2) Rutld Hon Brownlow, bart. of Belton, Lincs.
(1) agrees to sell to (2)
2/3rds. manor of Haceby and messuages, etc. belonging. Purchase price to be fixed by John Beighton of Hazlewood Hall Derbs., and William Fillingham of Flawborough, surveyors.
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/148b/2  1 Aug 1787

Contents:
Articles of agreement:
(1) Robert Lowe
(2) Rutld Hon Brownlow, bart.
For £6,800, (1) to (2)
Property as above.
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/148b/3a-b  1787

Contents:
(a) Survey of lands at Haceby giving name of tenant, acreage, value.
Lands of Henry Hoyte, Widow Searson, Robert Lupton, Mrs. Simpson, Lands late of Michaelson, of John Mason and John Andrews: total ac. 650a.0r.12p., total value £444.15s.11d.
(b) Draft for above.

[no title]  DD/SK/148b/4  1781-84 and 1787

Contents:
Accounts between Samuel Turner and Robert Lowe from 1781-84. Lowe sold the Haceby estate to pay off these debts. Receipt for £296.1s.1d. attached, the balance due to Turner and paid to him by Lowe on 10 Oct 1787.

[no title]  DD/SK/148b/5  n.d. c.1787

Contents:
Letter from Lowe to Turner re debts of the writer and his intended payment of them.
No sig. initials of R.L.

MIDDLESEX  DD/SK/149-152  1480-1858

Hackney, freehold & copyhold (Various, Lamb, Moxon, Langford, Foxcroft)  DD/SK/149/1-44  1480-1776

[no title]  DD/SK/149/1  21 Oct 1480

Contents:
Deed poll, confirmation of a grant:
(1) Alexander Brok of Hackney
(2) Thomas Clifford and wife Emma
(1) to (2)
1½a. meadow, in two 3 r. pieces, in Hackney.
For use of (2). Warranty clause.
Witns.: Robert Anston, Thomas Childmell, William Gefferey, John Colyn, John Stokeley and others
Tag, Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/2  9 Oct 1578

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney. Queen Elizabeth I
3. View of frank pledge
4. Steward; Thomas Wrothe
6. Edward Partridge, admitted
7. Tenement and close adjoining (6a.), in Welstreate, Hackney.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/3  3 June 1588

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney. Queen Elizabeth I
3. View of frank pledge
4. Steward; Thomas Wrothe
5. Edward Partridge, surrendered out of court on 16 Feb last
6. Thomas Cordell of London, mercer and wife Margaret, admitted
7. Messuage with garden and close adjoining (6a.) in Well Street, Hackney.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/4  16 Sept 1612

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney. James I
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Richard Langley
5. Thomas Cordell and John Cordell, sons of late Thomas C., admitted and surrendered
6. Nicholas Askwith, admitted
7. Messuage and close, as above. Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/5  9 Apr 1594

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney. Anne, of Wentworth, widow
3. View of frank pledge
4. Steward: Edmund Poley
5. Francis Lynnell, gent., surrendered out of court
6. John Cordall, admitted
7. 1a. 1 r. meadow and ½a. meadow in Hackney Marsh.
8. Fine: 2s.4d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/6  22 Nov 1613

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney: William Pope, kt. and bart.
3. Court baron
4. Steward: Thomas Saunderson
5. John Cordall, surrendered out of court
6. Nicholas Askwith, admitted
7. 2 ac. in Hackney marsh
8. Fine: 2s.84.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/7  23 Dec 1639

Contents:
Bond:
Sara Edwards of London, widow and William Cole of London, gent., bound in £300 to William Hobson.
Condition: to observe covenant of even date.
Sigs., tags, seal of S.E. and W.C.
Parch., Latin & Eng.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/8  23 Dec 1639

Contents:
Bond:
Abraham Chamberlyn of London, merchant bound in £300 to William Hobson, citizen and haberdasher of London.
Condition: to observe covenant of even date.
Sig., tag, seal of A.C.
Parch., Latin, Eng.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/9  23 Dec 1639

Contents:
Bond:
John Littlebury of Hatfield, Herts, esq. bound in £300 to William Hobson.
Condition: to observe covenant of even date.
Sig., tag, seal of J.L.
Parch., Lat. & Eng.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/10  2 Jan 1639/40

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney. Thomas, Count Cleveland
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Robert Dixon
5. Sara Edwards, Alice Miller, Elizabeth Littlebury, all daughters of late Nicholas Askwith, admitted. Sara Edwards and Richard and Alice Miller, surrendered
6. William Hobson, admitted
7. Two fourth parts of 2a. land in Hackney marshes
8. Fine: 2s.8d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/11  2 Jan 1639/40

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney. Thomas, Earl of Cleveland
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Robert Dixon
5. Sara Edwards, Alice Miller, Elizabeth Littlebury, all daughters of Nicholas Askwith. Abraham Chamberlayne, Thomas C., and Nicholas C., sons of Anne C. 4th daughter of Nicholas Askwith, admitted.
Sara Edwards, surrendered
6. William Hobson, admitted
7. ¼ part of 2a. land in Hackney Marshes.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/12  2 Jan 1639/40

Contents:
Copy, in English, of DD/SK/149/10.
Mem. added of surrender out of court on 30 Apr 1640 by John Littlebury and wife Elizabeth, of their 4th part of 2 a. land in Hackney. Marshes. William Hobson, admitted.
Paper.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/13  6 Oct 1638

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney. William Benning, gent.
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Peter Phesaunt
6. As DD/SK/149/11(5) above.
7. Messuage, garden, close (6a.) in Well St., Hackney.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/14  2 Jan 1639/40

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney. William Benning, gent.
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Peter Phesaunt
5. John Littlebury and wife Elizabeth, Richard Miller and wife Alice, Sara Edwards, widow, Abraham Chamberlayne sen. on behalf of Abraham, Thomas and Nicholas Chamberlayn, co.-heirs of Nicholas Askwith, dec'd., surrendered
6. William Hobson, admitted
7. As above in DD/SK/149/13
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/15  16 Nov 1641

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney. William Benning, gent.
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Ambrose Benning
5. William Hobson, surrendered to uses of Will, out of court
7. Messuage and 6 a. in Hackney.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/16  4 Jan 1639/40

Contents:
Receipt for £205 received by Abraham Chamberlayn from William Hobson being part of purchase money for messuage and lands in Hackney, late property of late Nicholas Askwith, sold by A.C., Sarah Edwards, William Cole and wife Sarah, Richard Miller and wife Alice, John Littlebury and wife Elizabeth to William Hobson.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/17  4 Jan 1639/40

Contents:
Receipt for £205 received by Sarah Edwards from William Hobson, being part of purchase money for messuage and lands in Hackney (see DD/SK/149/16).

[no title]  DD/SK/149/18  14 Apr 1662

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney
3. View of frank pledge and Court Baron
4. Steward: William Northey
5. Abraham Chamberlaine, admitted and surrendered to William Bolton, William White and Patience Ward, Lords of Manor
7. 4th part of messuage, garden and close in Well St., Hackney.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/19  25 Mar 1689

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Edward Northey
5. Roger Gillingham, surrendered out of court
6. Richard Bristowe snr. and Richard Bristowe, jnr., admitted
7. The Pound field close (4a.) in Hackney.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/20  15 Mar 1693/4

Contents:
Bond:
Mary Harris of Essington, Gloucs, spin. bound in £100 to John Sikes of London, merchant.
Condition: peaceable enjoyment for J.S. of Manor, lands etc. of St. John of Jerusalem at Hackney, conveyed by M.H. and others to J.S. on 19 & 20 Dec last.
Sig., seal of (1). Paper, English, Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/21  n.d. c. 1693

Contents:
Copy of entry in Cirencester parish register dated 25 Nov 1676 recording the baptism of Solomon Harris, son of William Harris.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/22  11 June 1696

Contents:
Bond:
William Harris, citizen and blacksmith of London and William Havell, citizen and weaver of London, bound in £100 to John Sikes of London, merchant.
Condition: peaceable enjoyment for J.S. of manor, lands etc. of St. John of Jerusalen in Hackney conveyed by W.H. and others to J.S. on 19 & 20 Dec 1693.
Sigs., seals of W.H. and W.H. Paper, Latin & English.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/23  1698

Contents:
Memorandum of a reference in an indenture to lease of piece of ground (30' x 10') at bottom of garden belonging to Dr. Bates house in London, Fields, Hackney for 57 years (i.e. lease expires Christas 1755).

[no title]  DD/SK/149/24  4 Apr 1707

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney
3.
4. Steward: Edward Northey
Grant of licence to John Sikes to let Poundfield (4a.), in Well Street, Hackney for 1,000 years.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/25  9 Apr 1708

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney
3. View of Frank Pledge and Court Baron
4. Steward: Edward Northey
5. Rebecca Bard, daughter and heir of Thomas Glover, dec'd., admitted and surrendered to uses of her will
7. Messuage in Meere St., 2 gardens, 1 stable and 2 a. land in Hackney.
8. Fine: 2s. 8d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/26  2 Apr 1714

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney
3. View of Frank Pledge and Court Baron
4. Steward: Edward Northey
5. Rebecca Moxon (late Bard) admitted and surrendered
6. Joseph Moxon and wife Rebecca, admitted and surrendered to uses as described in marriage settlement of 7 June 1699
7. 2 messuages, barns etc. and 2 a. land in Hackney
8. Fine: 12s. 8d. and 6s.4d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/27  22 July 1714

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Edward Northley
5.& Joseph Woolfe kt. and alderman of London, died
6. seised of 4 tenements, 3 cottages, with orchards, gardens, 2 ac. of land in Hackney: by his will these descended to Joseph Woolf, his son, who was admitted tenant and died without heirs; by will of J.W. sen. these properties then descended to John Godden Woolfe, his nephew.
By this copy of court roll he is admitted tenant.
John Godden Woolfe, surrendered
Edward Desboverie, admitted.
Richard Bromley recovered the 7 messuages and 2 a. land from E.D, J.G.W. being 1st vouchee, Thomas Johnson, 2nd vouchee.
Johnson failed to appear and R.B. recovered the property.
Richard Bromley, J.G.W. and E.D., surrendered.
J.G.W., admitted.
J.G.W. surrendered to uses of will 7 messuages, 2 ac. land in Hackney.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/28  20 July 1716

Contents:
Abstract of title of John Godden Woolfe to the Great House in London Field, Hackney, quoting 16 deeds 1650 - 1714. Endorsed "I approve of this title. Ri.Webb Aug 6 1716".

[no title]  DD/SK/149/29  20 July 1716

Contents:
Abstract of title of J.G.W. to copyhold lands in Hackney, quoting 19 deeds, 1652 - 1714.
Endorsed "I approve of this title. Ri. Webb Aug 6 1716".

[no title]  DD/SK/149/30  18 Apr 1718

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney
3. View of Frank Pledge and Court Baron
4. Steward: Edward Northey
5. Division of close of 3 ac., bordering London Field and Meer St., in Hackney between Joseph [...]idge and Joseph Moxon.
J.S. given permission to indorse his position.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/31  12 June 1723

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: Edward Northey
5. Thomas Cross, bart., Matthew Lant, esq. and Roger Hudson, 3 of trustees appointed by Act of Parliament of the Estates of the Directors of South Sea Co., surrendered out of court
6. Jacob Lamb, admitted and surrendered to will.
7. 4 tenements, 3 cottages, orchards, gardens and 2 ac. land in Hackney, late property of Jacob Sawbridge, 1 of directors of South Sea. Co. (as in DD/SK/149/27)
8. Fine: 47s.8d.
Entry added giving licence to Jacob Lamb to let above properties for 41 yrs.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/32  12 June 1723

Contents:
Copy of court roll, as DD/SK/149/31 above.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/33  2 Apr 1725

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney
3. V.F.P. and Court Baron
4. Steward: Edward Northey
6. Rebecca Moxon and Persina Moxon, sisters and co-heirs of late Joseph Moxon, admitted
7. 2 messuages, barns etc. and 2 a. land in Hackney (as DD/SK/149/26 above)
8. Fine: 12s. 8d.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/34  8 Dec 1725

Contents:
Copy of will of William Clark, leaving property to Catherine Longford, Catherine Clark, Mary Clark, Joseph Clark and others.
Paper, Spanish.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/35  14 Apr 1732

Contents:
1. 4 Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney
3. V.F.P. and Court Baron
4. Steward: William Northey
5. James Lamb, son and heir of late James Lamb admitted tenant of the reversion to him and his heirs after death of Elizabeth, late wife of James Lamb snr., now wife of John Barber.
J.B. and wife Elizabeth and J.L. jnr., surrendered
6. Stamp Brooksbank, John Hollister and Henry Jacomb, admitted to hold lands on trust as expressed in indenture of 7 July 1730.
8. 7 messuages and orchards, gardens and 2 a. land in Hackney (see DD/SK/149/31).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/36  n.d. c. 1732

Contents:
Abstract of title of James Lamb to copyhold lands in Hackney, purchased by his father from trustees of the South Sea Co. (DD/SK/149/31), quoting 7 deeds, 1717 - 1732.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/37  30 Mar 1733

Contents:
1. 4 Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney
3. V.F.P. and Court Baron
4. Steward: William Northey
5. Rebecca Moxon and Persiona Moxon, surrendered out of court
6. James Lamb, admitted and surrendered to will
7. 2 messuages, barns, etc. and 2 a. land in Hackney (as in DD/SK/149/33)
8. Fine: 12s. 8d.
Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/38  4 Nov 1738

Contents:
Bond:
Joseph Pollard of Nuttall yeo. bound in £850 to Thomas Langford, esq.
Condition: payment of £425 by 4 May 1739.
Mark, seal of J.P.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/39  8 Apr 1740

Contents:
Order of James Lamb to Makham Spearing, Robert Grubb, Thomas Sandford, Mr. Graham, Richard Speed, tenants at Hackney, telling them to pay rents due from Lady day last to Thomas Langford to whom J.L. has sold his estate at Hackney.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/40  n.d. c.1740

Contents:
Abstract of title of copyhold lands at Hackney purchased by James Lamb from Rebecca Moxon (DD/SK/149/37 above) and sold by him to T.L. on 8 Apr 1740, quoting 8 deeds, 1708 - 1740.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/41  n.d. c. 1740

Contents:
Plan of houses in Meere St., Hackney, showing house and measurements, outbuildings, gardens.
Endorsed "Demised by James Lamb to Mr. Spearing".

[no title]  DD/SK/149/42  7 June 1760

Contents:
Agreement discharging debt:
(1) Martha Procter
(2) Thomas Langford
(1) discharges (2) from £500 due as her share of £1,150 New South Sea Annuities as stated in agreement 24 Jan 1750.
Sig. of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/149/43  15 June 1761

Contents:
Copy of Will of Elizabeth Langford, spin, leaving lands and properties in Hackney to her father Thomas Langford in trust for her children if any and otherwise for her brother Joseph's children and her sister Catherine Foxcroft and her heirs.

[no title]  DD/SK/149/44  3 June 1776 (Morrow Trin.1776)

Contents:
Final concord, left hand indenture:
John Foxcroft, esq., Plaintiff
Coulson Skottowe and wife Ann, Deforceants
¼th part of two-thirds of 1/3 part of 9 messuages in par. St. George Hanover Square.
£100.

Hackney, freehold, with some leases (Lamb, Moxon, Langford, Foxcroft)  DD/SK/150/1-18  1701-1796

[no title]  DD/SK/150/1  25 Sept 1701

Contents:
Indenture, assignment of lease:
(1) Thomas Glover of Hackney, esq.
(2) Joseph Woolfe of Hackney, merchant
For £250, (1) to (2)
Brick messuage and shed with ground behind and garden, 2 little tenements and 2a. meadow in Meare St., Hackney, formerly leased to (1) by John Eaton and wife Elizabeth on 9 Mar 1696 for 61 yrs. at £16 p.a.
For (2) for remainder of term of 61 years at rent as above. Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., tag, seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/150/2  9 Oct 1724

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: William Northey
5. Joseph Moxon, son and heir of Rebecca Moxon dec'd., admitted and surrendered
6. Richard Glover, admitted
Recovery:
Thomas Linton, plaintiff
Richard Glover, deforceant
Joseph Moxon, 1st vouchee, Joseph Wright, 2nd vouchee; failed to appear. Thomas Linton recovered property. T.L., R.G. J.M., surrendered J.M., admitted
7. 2 messuages and 2 a. land in Meare St., Hackney.
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/150/3  21 Dec 1725

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale, enrolled:
(1) Trustees, appointed by Act of Parliament of estates of Directors of South Sea Co.
(2) James Lamb of St. John's parish, Hackney.
For £4,005, (1) to (2)
4 copyhold tenements, 3 cottages, orchard and garden and 2 a. land in Meer St., Hackney. For use of (2).
(See also DD/SK/149/31).
Sigs., seals of 3 of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/150/4  17 Apr 1732

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Hackney
3. Out of court
4. Steward: William Northey
5. Rebecca Moxon and Persiona Moxon, surrendered to use of Jacon Lamb; out of court on 17 Apr 1732
7. 2 messuages, 2 ac. land in Hackney (see DD/SK/149/33 and DD/SK/37).
Parch., Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/150/5  17 Apr 1732

Contents:
Indenture, release:
(1) Rebecca and Persiana Moxon of Holborn, sisters and co-heirs of late Joseph M.
(2) James Lamb of Hackney, esq.
For £500, (1) to (2)
2 messuages and 2 a. land in Meere St., Hackney.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt.
Sigs., seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/150/6  22 Dec 1732

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart lease:
(1) James Lamb of Hackney, esq.
(2) Richard Speed of Hackney, bricklayer
(1) to (2)
2 ac. land fronting Mare St., Hackney.
For (2) for 21 years from 25 Dec next at
(2) to build 1 or 2 houses by 25 Dec 1737.
(1) to renew lease for 2 further periods of 21 and 20 years. Plan of land attached.
Sig., seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/150/7  8 Apr 1740

Contents:
Indenture, covenant:
(1) James Lamb
(2) Thomas Langford of Nottingham, esq.
For £450, (1) covenants to surrender, at next court of Manor of Hackney, to use of (2)
Messuage and 2 a. land in Mare St., Hackney.
Endorsed with receipt. (see also DD/SK/149/39 overleaf).
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/150/8  n.d. c. 1754

Contents:
Abstract of title to a messuage and lands at Hackney, quoting 18 deeds, 1693 - 1754 finally becoming property of Langford.

[no title]  DD/SK/150/9  6 Jan 1761

Contents:
Indenture, covenant:
(1) T.L. of Basford, esq.
(2) Elizabeth Langford of Basford, daughter of (1)
For £1,350, (1) covenants to surrender at next court of Manor of Hackney to use of (2)
Messuage and 2 a. land in Hackney. Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/150/10  1 Feb 1763

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart lease:
(1) Thomas Langofrd of Nottm., esq.
(2) Robert Bennet of St. John, Hackney, linen-draper
(1) to (2)
Messuage in Lambs Lane, Hackney.
For (2) for 21 yrs from 29 Sept 1762 at £30 p.a.
(2) has liberty to quit at end of 7 or 14 yrs. after giving 6 months notice.
Sig., seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/150/11  20 Sept 1770

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart lease:
(1) Thomas Langford of Bolsover, Derbs., esq. and wife Elizabeth
(2) Dorothy Hunt, widow of late Rev.Wm.Hunt, and William Hunt, their son, of St. John, Hackney
(1) to (2)
Messuage in Mare St., Hackney. For (2) from 29 Sept next for 21 yrs at £22 p.a.
Sigs., seals of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/150/12  4 Apr 1771

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale, inrolled:
(1) Thomas Langford of Trowell, gent. son and heir of late Joseph Langford and grandson and heir of late Thomas Langford, late of Basford
(2) John Foxcroft of Nottm., gent.
For £500, (1) to (2)
6 copyhold messuages at Hackney.
For use of (2).
Sig., seal of (1). Parch., English.

[no title]  DD/SK/150/13  26 June 1771

Contents:
Agreement:
(1) Thomas Howard, Earl of Effingham and wife Catherine
(2) John Foxcroft
(1) discharges (2) from £366.12s.6d. due to (1) as share of £1,150 New South Sea Annuities as stated in agreement 24 Jan 1750 (see also DD/SK/149/42).
Sigs., seals of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/150/14  22 Aug 1783

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart lease:
(1) Thomas Langford of Bolsover, Derbs., esq. and wife Elizabeth
(2) Catharine Foxcroft, of Nottm., widow
(3) John Beach of St. John, Hackney, esq.
(1) & (2) to (3)
Messuage in Lambs Lane, Mare St., Hackney.
For (2) for 21 years from Mich. next at £30 p.a.
Sig., seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/150/15  24 Nov 1785

Contents:
Deed poll, release (copy):
(1) James Kingston of Chipping Wycomb, Bucks., surgeon and wife Jane
(2) Katherine Foxcroft, as above, exor. of will of late Ann Skottowe
(3) Nicholas Skottowe of Berners St., St.Marylebone, Mx., esq.
(3) at direction of (2) to (1), £1,000 part of a sum of £3,000 which A.S. disposed of in her will in pursuance of a power in her marriage settlement of 17 Sept 1743, in which (3) is the surviving trustee.
(1) releases (2) & (3) from £1,000 legacy.
Copy of original "examined by Robert Seagrave and Chas.Twells". 23 Dec 1785.

[no title]  DD/SK/150/16  17 Dec 1785

Contents:
Deed poll, release (copy)
(1) Thomas Langford of Nottm., esq. brother of Ann Skottowe
(2) Katherine Foxcroft
(3) Nicholas Skottowe
(3) at direction of (2) to (1) £500 left by A.S. to (1), as above (DD/SK/150/15). (1) releases (2) and (3) from payment of £500. Copy "examined by Robert Seagrave and Chas.Twells." 24 Dec 1785.

[no title]  DD/SK/150/17  17 Dec 1785

Contents:
Deed poll, release (copy):
(1) Katherine Foxcroft
(2) Nicholas Skottowe
(2) to (1) £1,000 legacy left to (1) by A.S. (DD/SK/150/15).
(1) releases (2) from payment of £1,000 legacy. Copy "examined by Robert Seagrave and Chas.Twells". 23 Dec 1785.

[no title]  DD/SK/150/18  1 Jan 1796

Contents:
Bond:
Mercy Foxcroft and Elizabeth Foxcroft of Nottm., milliners bound in £400 to Catherine Foxcroft of Nottm., widow.
Condition: repayment of £200 and interest by 1 July next.
Endorsed: exhibited under commission of bank receipt against M. and E.F. on 22 Nov 1796.
Sigs., seals of M.F. and E.F.

Hackney, counterpart leases (Langford, Foxcroft).  DD/SK/151/1-18  1773-1827

[no title]  DD/SK/151/1  24 Nov 1773

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart lease:
(1) Thomas Langford of Bolsover, Derbs., esq. and wife Elizabeth
(2) John Harlow of St. John, Hackney, Mx., butcher
(1) to (2)
Messuage in Mare St., Hackney.
For (2) for 21 yrs. at £6 per 1st year and £26 p.a. for remaining years.
Sig., seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/151/2  27 Feb 1781

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart lease:
(1) Thomas Langford and wife, as above
(2) William Burleton of St. John, Hackney, grocer and tallow chandler.
(1) to (2)
Messuage in Hackney for 21 years at £14 p.a. from 24 June last.
Sig., seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/151/3  25 Nov 1785

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart lease:
(1) Thomas Langford and wife, as above and Catherine Foxcroft of Nottm., widow
(2) Deborah Marsom, Martha M. and Sarah M. of St. John, Hackney, linen drapers and haberdashers
(1) to (2)
Double messuage in Mare St., Hackney.
For 21 yrs. from 25 Dec next at £26 p.a.
Sigs., seals of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/151/4  29 Sept 1791

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart lease:
(1) Thomas Langford and wife, as above
(2) William Hunt of St. John, Hackney, gent and Frances and Mary Hunt, spins.
(1) to (2)
Messuage in Mare St., Hackney.
For 14 yrs. at £22 p.a.
Sigs., seals of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/151/5  22 Sept 1806

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart lease:
(1) Catherine Foxcroft, as above
(2) Edward Bolton of Hackney, butcher
(1) to (2)
Property as above.
For 21 years from Mich. next. at £30 p.a.
(2) to spend £40 on repairs within next 12 months.
Sig., seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/151/6  22 Sept 1806

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart lease:
(1) Catherine Foxcroft
(2) John Beaumont of Beach St., Cripplegate, cabinet-maker
(1) to (2)
Property as above.
For 21 years at £30 p.a. (2) to carry out repairs within next 12 months at cost of £80. Sig., seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/151/7  22 Sept 1806

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart lease:
(1) Catherine Foxcroft of Nottm., widow
(2) Owen Holmes of Lamb Lane, Hackney, gent.
(1) to (2)
Messuage in Lamb Lane, Hackney, also 2 piece ground adjoining, as detailed in plan, for 21 yrs. from Mich. next., at £42 p.a., (2) to spend £70 on repairs within 12 months.
Sig., seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/151/8  22 Sept 1806

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart lease:
(1) Catherine Foxcroft
(2) John Hodgkin of Hackney, chinaman
(1) to (2)
Messuage in Mare St., Hackney.
For 21 years from Mich. next at £15 p.a., (2) to spend £18 on repairs within next 12 months.
Sig., seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/151/9  29 Sept 1806

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart lease:
(1) C.F.
(2) William Hunt of St. John Hackney
(1) to (2)
Property as above.
For 21 years at £30 p.a, (2) to spend £20 on repairs within next 12 months. Endorsed with schedule of fixtures, the property of (1).
Sig., seal of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/151/10  31 Aug 1807

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart lease:
(1) C.F.
(2) Matthew Blackley of Hackney, shoe-maker
(1) to (2)
Property as above.
For 21 yrs. at £11 p.a.
Sig., seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/151/11  Aug 1803

Contents:
Valuation of estate in Mare St., Hackney taken by W.H. Ashpetit, Homerton, giving old leases of 6 messuages, total rental £132 p.a. and total value £2,580 (DD/SK/151/3 & DD/SK/4 above) and suggesting new leases at increased rents and expenditure by tenants and landlord on repairs which would give total rental of £156 p.a. and total value of £3,130.

[no title]  DD/SK/151/12  21 Dec 1775

Contents:
Receipt for 18 indenture bonds, value £100 each and bill on John James, due 18 Apr for £200 (total £2,000), received by J.W. Chattens for account of John Foxcroft.

[no title]  DD/SK/151/13a-b  1802 -4

Contents:
a. Accounts between Mrs. Catherine Foxcroft and Alex. Foxcroft and others. Paid to A.F. and others £437.5s. (£72.17.6. each) being their shares of a legacy of £800 left by late Mr.Benjamin Foxcroft. Balance due £103.8s.9d. on 30 Sept 1802.
b. Account of A.F.'s share of legacy, final part of which he received on 13 Sept 1804.
Sig. of A.F.

[no title]  DD/SK/151/14  26 Apr 1797

Contents:
Letter from Mr.J. Beardmore to Mrs. Foxcroft giving rent roll of estate at Hackney vested in her on the death of Mr. Langford. Total income from 6 messuages, let to various tenants, after tax has been deducted is £129.1s.
Sig. of J.B.

[no title]  DD/SK/151/15a-d  Sept 1803 - Dec 1809

Contents:
4 letters from Roger Hunt to his aunt Mrs. Catherine Foxcroft re. 6 messuages at Hackney, her property, and the leases.
Sigs. of R.H.

[no title]  DD/SK/151/16a-j  June 1806 - Apr 1807

Contents:
6 letters from R.H. and 3 letters from Edmund Chalmer to William Sherbrooke re sale of Mrs. Foxcroft's estate at Wapping and also lease of her property at Hackney.
Sigs. of R.H. and E.C.

[no title]  DD/SK/151/17a-b  May 1818

Contents:
a. Account of Lady Day rents for property at Hackney received by R.H. for W.S. Total after deduction for insurance, £77.13s.
b. Account of money placed to credit of Samuel Smith and Co. for use of W.S. from 1 Jan to 22 May 1818. Total, including above £77.13, £352.13s.

[no title]  DD/SK/151/18  24 June 1827

Contents:
Fire insurance policy (No.46361) taken out by W.S. with "The Hand-in-Hand Contributionship". Premium £2.8s. for 6 houses in Hackney, insured for £2,500. Valuation of houses at side of policy. Conditions of insurance printed on reverse.
Sigs. of 3 trustees and directors and seal of Sty. Printed.

Hackney-sale (plans and papers) (Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/152/1-38  1839-1858

[no title]  DD/SK/152/1  21 Feb 1839

Contents:
Agreement (copy), extension of period of lease:
(1) Ann Sherbrooke of Oxton, widow
(2) John Comfort of Hackney, butcher
(1) to (2)
Messuage and butcher's shop in Mare St., Hackney, for further 10 yrs. from Mich. 1848 at £36 p.a., formerly leased to Edward Bolton 8 Mar 1828 and assigned by him to (2) on 10 Jan 1833.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/2  31 Dec 1847

Contents:
Bond:
Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. bound in £8,000 to John Mills of Nottm., esq.
Condition: repayment of £4,000 borrowed on mortgage and interest within 6 months of J.M. requesting repayment.
Sig., seal of H.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/3  1847-9

Contents:
Geo. Deverill's bill to H.S. for expenses of preparing and drawing up mortgage deeds for £4,000 loan and bond for mortgage. Total £46.17.11, "received by cheque 14th April 1849".
Sig. of G.D.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/4  14 Apr 1849

Contents:
Receipt for £4,153.2s.5d. principal and interest due on mortgage made by trustees of marriage settlement of H.S., paid by H.S. to Job Bradshaw, solicitor for John Mills on 14 Apr 1849.
Sig. of J.B.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/5  28 Nov 1848

Contents:
Survey of property in Mare St., Hackney belonging to Henry Sherbrooke made by Edward Foxhall and R. Hunt on 28 Nov 1848. Giving description of property and its state of repair, tenant, date and term of leases, annual rent and date of expiry of leases.
Sig. of E.F.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/6  12 Dec 1848

Contents:
Description and plan of property in Mare St. and Lambs Lane, Hackney as detailed in admission of H.S. on 12 Dec 1848 to these premises, copyhold of Manor of Hackney.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/7  n.d. c. 1850

Contents:
Plan of 6 messuages in Mare St. and Lambs Lane, Hackney, property of H.S., showing houses, shops, yards and outbuildings.
Scale: 16 ft.: 1 inch.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/8a-b  n.d. c. 1858

Contents:
Draft abstracts of title of H.S. to estate in Mare St., Hackney, copyhold of Lord of Manor of Hackney. Quoting 7 deeds 1740 - 1858.
Endorsed "abstract sent to Messrs. Sheffield, 10 May 1858". Drawn up by Messrs., Falkner and Newbold.
(2 copies).

[no title]  DD/SK/152/9  June 1858

Contents:
Notes on some of requisitions on the title of H.S. to an estate in Mare St., Hackney.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/10  1858

Contents:
Copy of requisitions on title of H.S. to estate in Mare St., Hackney. Purchaser's solicitors, J. & W. Sheffield. Draft replies of Messrs. Falkner & Newbold, vendor's solicitors.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/11  1858

Contents:
Copy purchaser's requisitions and vendors replies with further observations of purchaser's counsel, on title of H.S. to property in Mare St., Hackney. Dated by J. & W. Sheffield, purchaser's counsel, June 26, 1858, and by Falkner & Newbold, vendor's solicitors, 3 July 1858.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/12  June/July 1858

Contents:
Observations of purchaser's counsel on answers of vendors solicitors on title of H.S. to property in Mare St., Hackney.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/13  1858

Contents:
Draft instructions to Mr. Skinner to draw up a release of annuity and conditions of sale for Mare St. property.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/14a-b  1858

Contents:
Draft conditions for sale of 6 copyhold messuages in Mare St., Hackney, to be sold by auction on 30 Apr by Rushworth and Jarvis
(2 copies).

[no title]  DD/SK/152/15a-b  8 June 1858

Contents:
Draft indenture, grant of annuity:
(1) H.S. of Oxton, esq.
(2) Eliza Kingston of High Wycomb, Bucks., spin.
(1) to (2)
Annuity of £10 charged on his estate at Oxton, as-detailed in schedule attached, in lieu of annuity of £10 left to (1) by Ann Sherbrooke charged on property at Hackney, now belonging to (2).
Draft endorsed (2) "died 16 Sept 1877" (2 copies).

[no title]  DD/SK/152/16  8 June 1858

Contents:
Draft indenture, for grant of annuity:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(2) Elizabeth Sadler of Oxton, spin.
(1) to (2)
Annuity of £10 charged on his estate at Oxton, as detailed in schedule attached, in lieu of annuity left to
(2) by Ann Sherbrooke, as in DD/SK/152/15 overleaf.
Draft endorsed (2) "died 3 Nov 1877 at Oxton, aet 65".

[no title]  DD/SK/152/17  8 June 1858

Contents:
Draft indenture, grant of annuity:
(1) H.S.
(2) Elizabeth Hunt late of Hackney, now of Lower Clapton, Mx., spin.
(1) to (2)
Annuity of £100 charged on his estate at Oxton, as detailed in schedule attached, in lieu of annuity left to
(2) by Ann Sherbrooke, as in DD/SK/152/15. Draft endorsed
(2) "died 22 Oct 1859, aet 64, at Lower Clapton".

[no title]  DD/SK/152/18  10 July 1858

Contents:
Draft instructions of Messrs. Falkner & Newbold for passing succession accounts of Hackney estate giving details of annuities charged upon it and their transfer to Oxton estate of H.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/19  12 Apr 1858

Contents:
List of 5 leases of Hackney property left with Messrs. Rushworth and Jarvis for inspection.
Receipt for leases at foot of list.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/20  n.d. c.1858

Contents:
List of leases of 6 houses at Mare St. and Lamb Lane, Hackney, belonging to H.S.; giving names of lessees and of occupiers, terms and period of lease, date of expiry, and annual rents.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/21  1858

Contents:
Proof of sale catalogues for auction of 6 messuages in Mare St., Hackney and house in Lamb Lane, Hackney. Alterations and additions in ink. With printed plan of property. Sent by Messrs. Rushworth and Jarvis, auctioneers to Falkner and Newbold for their approval.
Printed paper.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/22  1858

Contents:
Draft particulars for sale catalogue for property in Mare St., Hackney to be sold by Rushworth & Jarvis.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/23a-l  1858

Contents:
Printed sale catalogues, with map, (incorporating alterations and additions as above) for property as above, to be sold by auction on 30 Apr by Rushworth & Jarvis. (11 copies and 1 extra plan).

[no title]  DD/SK/152/24  1858

Contents:
H.S.'s account with Rushworth & Jarvis for the auction of estate at Hackney sold to T.P. Wright, who paid deposit of £534 to Rushworth & Smith.
Balance due to H.S. £465, 14s., after deduction of £68.6s. being Rushworth & Smith's charges.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/25  28 May 1858

Contents:
Summons served on H.S. under Nuisance Removal act of 1855 by the Board of Works for Hackney, re cesspools of certain houses in Mare St., in occ. of Mr. Martin, which should be drained in the sewer. H.S. to appear at Town Hall, Hackney on Thursday 3 June.
Printed.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/26  7 July 1858

Contents:
Copy of Police court summons as above.
H.S. to appear at Worship St. Police Court on 15 July.
Sig. of William Corlie, J.P.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/27  July 1858

Contents:
Account of Henry Sherbrooke with Steward of Manor of Hackney for presenting and registering 5 leases of copyhold property.
Total £4.11s.8d. paid by R. Hunt in July 1858.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/28  Dec 1858

Contents:
Account of H.S. with Steward of Manor of Hackney, total £21.8s.5d. Receipt attached, dated 12 July 1849, and signed by C. Cheston, deputy steward.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/29a-f  Feb - July 1858

Contents:
6 letters from H.S. to his solicitors, Falkner and Newbold at Newark, dated 9 Feb and 9 July 1858. Mainly re his estate at Hackney, annuities due upon it (DD/SK/152/15-17 overleaf), its sale and the question arising from bad drainage there (DD/SK/152/125/26 overleaf), also about his Arnold estate.
Sig. of H.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/30a-i  July 1857 - Mar 1858

Contents:
5 letters from Edward Foxhall to H.S. and 4 to Falkner & Newbold re the condition and value of H.S.'s property in Mare St., Hackney and proposed sale of it by Rushworth & Jarvis, auctioneers.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/31  Apr - July 1858

Contents:
29 letters from Roger Hunt of 5 Bank Buildings, London, E.C., agent for Hackney property of H.S. to Falkner & Newbold, H.S.'s solicitors at Newark, re leases of property, especially Dr. William's lease, reserved bidding for property, annuities due upon it, summonses under Nuisance Act for drainage of property and Sherbrooke's liability to repair same (DD/SK/152/13-20,25-26 above).
Sigs. of R.H.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/32  May - July 1858

Contents:
12 letters from Sheffield, solicitors, for Mr. Wright purchaser of Sherbrooke's property in Mare St. Hackney, to Falkner and Newbold, re abstract of title for the property, requisitions and observations on title (DD/SK/152/8-12 above) summonses under Nuisance Removal Act 1855 (DD/SK/152/25-26) and Mr. Sherbrooke's liability to act on these summonses.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/33  15 Apr 1858

Contents:
Letter from Walter D. Williams to Falkner & Newbold refusing to allow people to look over house in Lamb Lane, Hackney, which he leases from Sherbrooke and uses as a home for "invalid ladies"
Sig. of W.D.W.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/34a-c  Apr 1858

Contents:
3 letter from Rushworth & Jarvis of Savile Row, Regent St., auctioneers for sale of Henry Sherbrooke's property in Mare St., Hackney.
To Falkner & Newbold at Newark re proofs of sale catalogue (DD/SK/152/21), conditions of sale (DD/SK/152/14), leases of the property which are to be deposited with Rushworth & Jarvis, reserve bidding and other arrangement for auction.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/35a-f  June - July 1858

Contents:
6 letters from H. Kingston of Camberwell to Falkner & Newbold of Newark re annuity due to Miss Eliza Kingston charged on property in Mare St., Hackney and the agreement made between H.S. and E.K. for annuity charged on H.S.'s estate at Oxton in substitution for above annuity (DD/SK/152/15 above).
Sig. of H.K.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/36a-b  March - May 1858

Contents:
2 letters from C. Cheston, deputy steward of Manor of Hackney to Falkner & Newbold, dated 29 March and 26 May 1858, re entries in Court Roll for property in Mare St., Hackney.
Sig. of C.C.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/37a-c  March and July 1858

Contents:
3 letters from Marten, Thomas & Hallams of Mincing Lane, E.C. to Falkner & Newbold re entries in Hackney Manor court roll for property in Mare St. and the liability for repairs to property under the Nuisance Removal Act.

[no title]  DD/SK/152/38  3 Apr 1858

Contents:
Letter from Fitzowen Skinner to Falkner & Newbold enclosing conditions of sale etc. which he has drawn up for Sherbrooke's Hackney property, and advising on the drawing up of Grants of Annuity. (DD/SK/152/13-17).
Sig. of F.S.

Wapping - Court of Sewers Order  DD/SK/152A/1  1678

[no title]  DD/SK/152A/1  28 May 1678

Contents:
Order of the Court of Sewers to Joseph Burrough, Thomas Pope and Anthony Power to collect money due from inhabitants of parishes of St. Paul Shadwell, Wapping and Whitechapel, for 2 sluices rebuilt and enlarged in Wapping.
6 sigs., seals of Commissioners. Parch.

YORKSHIRE  DD/SK/153-155  1625-1752

Royston - Burton alias Monkbretton Smithies (Kingston, Morley, Sherbrooke)  DD/SK/153/1-3  1749-1752

[no title]  DD/SK/153/1  16 May 1749

Contents:
Indenture, feoffment endorsed with delivery of seisin:
(1) John Kingstone, the elder, of Burton Smithies (alias Monkbretton Smithies) Royston, cordwainer
(2) Joseph Kingstone of Sutton-in-Ashfield, son of (1), cordwainer
For £40, (1) to (2)
Croft at Smithies, par. Royston.
For use of (2). Endorsed with receipt,
Mark, seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/153/2  31 Mar 1752

Contents:
Indenture, release, lease missing:
(1) John Kingstone
(2) Joseph Kingstone
(3) John Morley, jnr. of Sutton-in-Ashfield, taylor
For £40 paid by (2) to (1), (1) to (3)
Messuage and croft adjoining in Smithies, par. Royston.
To (3) in trust for use of (1) for 99 yrs. or life and afterwards for use of (2). Receipt at foot of deed.
Endorsed with note that deed was registered at Wakefield 13 Nov 1758.
Mark, seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/153/3  1 Apr 1752

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) John and Joseph Kinstone and John Morley, all as given overleaf
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £40 paid by (2) to Joseph Kingstone, (1) to (2)
Messuage and croft adjoining at Smithies, par. Royston.
For (2) for 1,000 yrs. if (1) do not repay £40 + interest by 1 Oct next. Endorsed with receipt and note that deed was registered at Wakefield 13 Nov 1758.
Marks, seals of (1). Parch.

Hunslett (Sherbrooke, Fenton)  DD/SK/154/1-8  1648-1665

[no title]  DD/SK/154/1  18 Apr 1648

Contents:
Deed poll, appointment of attorneys: Dame Mary Bolles of Heath Hall, Yorks. appoints John Reysare of Wakefield and John Warde of Heath Hall, Yorks, her attorneys to receive possession and seisin of several closes of land, meadow, pasture in Hunslett purchased by Dame Mary from Nicholas Greathead by indentures of even date.
Mark, tag, seal of M.B. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/154/2  15 Oct 1656

Contents:
Note with signature of Nicholas Greathead promising to pay £50 to Mr. Waller for use of George Gill when he receives remainder of Lady Bowles money "due upon her purchase".
Sig. of N.G.

[no title]  DD/SK/154/3  23 Oct 1656

Contents:
Note of delivery of seisin by N.G. to John Waller for use of Dame Mary Bolles of messuage and 6 closes in Hunslett.
Memo. that Thomas Buckle tenent of Nelsing Ing is now tenant to J.W.
Sigs. of J.G., Alexander Smyth, Richard Moxon.

[no title]  DD/SK/154/4  n.d. c. 1662

Contents:
Will of Dame Mary Bolles of Heath Hall, Warmfield, Yorks., leaving bequests to various people, including bequest of mansion house and lands in Hunslett, lately purchased from N.G. to Robert Sherbrooke, her grand-child and various legacies to Elizabeth S., her daughter and to the children of E.S. Exors. William Dalston and (Thomas Leigh).
Last page missing.

[no title]  DD/SK/154/5  17 Apr 1665

Contents:
Bond:
Robert Sherbrooke bound to George Dashwood of Hose, Leics., to repay £220 by 25 Apr 1665.
Endorsed with note from R.S. to his brother Henry asking him to pay money to G.D. and with receipt signed by G.D. for £220.
Sig. of R.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/154/6  2 Nov 1665

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart feoffment:
(1) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(2) William Fenton of Hunslett Woodhouse, gent.
For £587.10s., (1) to (2)
Southern half of messuage and 6 closes in Hunslett.
For use of (2).
Sig., seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/154/7  2 Nov 1665

Contents:
Indenture, counterpart feoffment:
(1) Robert Sherbrooke
(2) Thomas Fenton of Hunslett, yeo.
For £587.10s., (1) to (2)
Northern half of messuage and 6 closes in Hunslett.
For use of (2).
Sig., tag, seal of (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/154/8  3 May 1665

Contents:
Schedule of deeds received by William Fenton and Thomas Fenton of Huslett, from Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton for lands as above. Receipted by W.F. and T.F.
Sigs. of W.F. and T.F.

Leeds (sykes, Jenkinson)  DD/SK/155/1  1625

[no title]  DD/SK/155/1  17 Dec 1625

Contents:
Indenture, marriage settlement, foeffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Richard Sykes of Leeds, Yorks, gent.
(2) William Sykes, son of (1), and Grace Jenkinson, daughter of Josiah J. of Leeds, clothier
In consideration of marriage of (2), (1) to (2) Toft in Leeds, messuage, Westfield close and Donebrigge close in Hunslett and messuage, piece of land, cottage, ½ croft, cottage and Lockey close in Holbeck.
For use of (2). Held of Chief Lord of Fee.
No sigs. or seals. Parch., Latin.

SHERBROOKE WILLS AND SETTLEMENTS, ETC. OXTON ESTATE MAINLY (1597 - 1735)  DD/SK/156-165  1597 - 1887

Sherbrooke settlements of Manors in and Granges in Oxton  DD/SK/156/1-49  1597 - 1739

Contents:
DD/SK/156/17-49 relate to:
Papers arising from Wills of Robert Sherbrooke (DD/SK/156/10) and Henry Sherbrooke (DD/SK/156/15)
DD/SK/156/17-28 relate to:
Legacy left by Henry Sherbrooke by his Will of 1714 (DD/SK/156/15) to Henry Sherbrooke, his nephew in trust for children of Sarah Cock to be paid to them when they reach age of 21
DD/SK/156/29-31 relate to:
Legacy left by Henry Sherbrooke by his Will of 1714 (DD/SK/156/15) to Thomas and George children of Elizabeth Donisthorpe
DD/SK/156/32-49 relate to:
Legacies left by Wills of Henry Sherbrooke (DD/SK/156/15) and Robert Sherbrooke (DD/SK/156/10) to Elizabeth Burbridge and her children; Henry Sherbrooke and Richard Porter being trustees

[no title]  DD/SK/156/1  20 Mar 1597/8

Contents:
Copy of Will of Michell Shirbrooke of Morton, Derbs., parsom, leaving money, household goods and animals, as detailed, to wife Elizabeth, to daughters Katherine and Elizabeth. Second part of will date 7 Mar 1605/6 leaves farm implements and animals, as detailed, to son John and to son Robert, leaving remainder of possession to son Robert and appointing him as sole exor. Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, gent., cousin of M.S. to supervise Robert's education. Supervisors of Will - Robert Sherbrooke, cousin of M.S., Francis Tinsley of Skegby, esq., Richard Parsons, vicar of Tibshelf and John Clay of Routhorne, Derbs., yeo. Note of debts owing to M.S. at foot of Will.
Probate endorsed dated 3 Apr 1609.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/2  8 Aug 1628

Contents:
Indenture, marriage settlement - feoffment with delivery of seisin:
(1) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq., and son and heir Thomas Sherbrooke
(2) Thomas Bolles of Osberton, Worksop, esq., Thomas Jobson of Cudworth, Yorks., esq., Henry Walker of Osberton, yeo.
In consideration of marriage to be has between T.S. and Elizabeth daughter of late Thomas Jobson and Mary, now wife of Thomas Bolles, (1) to (2)
St. Margaret's Grange with Kilne close, Chappell Hill close, Spring Leys, Rough close and 4 Nobles close, tenement in occ. of Anthony Renishawe with the Over and Nether Closes, Loveley Grange with Highfield close and 11 ac. close, Darkton Grange with 2 Combes End closes and Harteswell Springs. To (2) for use of T.S. and Elizabeth and their heirs.
(1) to (2) Manor and house of Oxton with lands belonging in occ. of R.S. For use of R.S. for life, then for use of with Mary for her life, then for use of T.S. and Elizabeth.
Sigs., tags, seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/3  14 Oct 1635

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) Thomas Sherbrooke gent. and Robert Sherbrooke, esq. both of Oxton
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Middle Temple, London, esq.
For £700, (1) to (2)
2 messuages in occ. of Henru Broome and Robert Bradshaw, Hartwell close (30a.), Sixteen Acre close (30a.), Greaves close (20a.), close of pasture (10a.), 2 closes meadow called Brecks close (8a.), Collin crofts (12a.) in Oxton.
For use of (2), (1) to levy a fine, if T.S. does not repay £28 interest on 20 Apr and 20 Oct 1636, 1637, 1638 and 1639 and principal money + interest, £728 on 20 Apr 1640.
Endorsed with note in hand of H.S. cancelling indenture and acknowledging receipt for £700 from R.S.
Not dated, c. 1663.
No sigs. or seals. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/4-5  Sept/Oct 1635; 3 weeks of Mich. 11 Charles I (1635)

Contents:
Final concord: right and left hand indentures:
Henry Sherbrooke, esq.: quer
Thomas Sherbrooke: deforceant
2 messuages, 2 cottages, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 20 a. arable, 20 a. meadow, 100 a. pasture and common pasture in Oxton.
£120. Parch. Latin.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/6  12 Oct 1655

Contents:
Indenture, covenant to execute bargain and sale: (to disentail estate)
(1) Robert Sherbrooke (son and heir of late Thomas S.)
(2) Francis Stubbins of Calverton, yeo.
(1) covenants to (2) to execute bargain and sale of Manor of Oxton with all messuages, closes, etc. to make (2) tenant so that a recovery may be made. John Tourney gent. to commence writ of entry
Sur disseisin en le post against (2)
Sig., tag, seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/7  18 October 1655

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale, inrolled:
(1) Robert Sherbrooke
(2) Francis Stubbins
For 5/-, (1) to (2)
Manor of Oxton, with all messuages, closes, etc.
For (2) so that recovery may be made for (1), as above (DD/SK/156/6). Note at foot "acknowledged 24th Nov 1655 before me, Dr. of Lawes, Master of Chancery Wm. Warington".
Sig., tag, seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/8  28 Nov 1655

Contents:
Exemplification of a recovery:
John Tourney gent.: plaintiff
Francis Stubbing: deforceant
Manor of Oxton, 15 messuages, 2 dovehouses, 15 gardens, 200 a. arable, 100a. meadow, 200a. pasture and common pasture in Oxton.
1st vouchee - R.S.
2nd vouchee - George Hunston - fails to appear.
Sig., tag and frag. of seal. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/9  1663

Contents:
Deed poll, Quit claim:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Robert Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. son and heir of late Thomas S.
(1) to (3) all claim to property mortgaged by R.S. and T.S. to (1) on 14 Oct 1635 (DD/SK/56/3)
Sig., tag, and armorial seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/10  29 Jan 1708/9

Contents:
Will of Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq., leaving manors, partsof manors, mansion houses, messuages, farms, lands etc. in Oxton, Arnold, Caythorpe, Lowdham, Gunthorpe, Hoveringham and elesewhere in Notts., to Henry Sherbrooke, his nephew, 2nd son of late Thomas S., and his heirs (if no heirs lands to pass to John Grundy, then to Thomas Porter and then to John Walker), leaving messuages in Mansfield to Elizabeth Burbridge, his niece, cottage and lands in Lowdham and Denzill Andrews, son of John A his nephew, cottage and lands in Lenton and Radford to Henry Porter his nephew, cottages and lands in Radford to Robert Malyn his nephew, and various annuities and legacies to other nieces and nephews, sisters, servants and friends. Henry Porter and William Thompson appointed trustees to pay poor of Arnold, Cavlerton, Farnsfield, Edingley, Halam and Epperston. H.S. and Richard Porter, his nephews, appointed exors.
Sig., seal of R.S. on each page. Paper, 18 pages.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/11  29 Jan 1708/9

Contents:
Will of Robert Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq., leaving manors, partsof manors, mansion houses, messuages, farms, lands etc. in Oxton, Arnold, Caythorpe, Lowdham, Gunthorpe, Hoveringham and elesewhere in Notts., to Henry Sherbrooke, his nephew, 2nd son of late Thomas S., and his heirs (if no heirs lands to pass to John Grundy, then to Thomas Porter and then to John Walker), leaving messuages in Mansfield to Elizabeth Burbridge, his niece, cottage and lands in Lowdham and Denzill Andrews, son of John A his nephew, cottage and lands in Lenton and Radford to Henry Porter his nephew, cottages and lands in Radford to Robert Malyn his nephew, and various annuities and legacies to other nieces and nephews, sisters, servants and friends. Henry Porter and William Thompson appointed trustees to pay poor of Arnold, Cavlerton, Farnsfield, Edingley, Halam and Epperston. H.S. and Richard Porter, his nephews, appointed exors.
Sig., seal of R.S. on each page. Paper, 18 pages.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/12  20 Apr 1717

Contents:
Copy of above with probate. Proved by H.S. and R.P. at Canterbury.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/13  25 Mar 1713

Contents:
Bond:
Roland Show of Mansfield, butcher and John Shaw of Mansfield, courier bound in £100 to H.S. of Oxton, esq.
Condition: repayment of £50 by 29 Sept next.
Endorsed with 6 receipts for sums totalling £50, dated Mar 1716 to Jan 1721.
Sigs., seals of R.S. and J.S. Paper, Latin and Eng.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/14  25 Apr 1713

Contents:
Bond:
John Ryley of Mansfield, doctor bound in £100 to H.S.
Condition: repayment of £50 by 25 Oct next.
Endorsed with receipt for £2. 10s. being interest due 25 Apr 1714.
Sig., seal of J.R. Paper, Latin and Eng.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/15  20 Sept 1714

Contents:
Copy of will of Henry Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq. (bro, of Robert S., see DD/SK/157/4-6) leaving lands, houses, etc. in Nottingham, Halam, Edingley and Lambley to his 4 nephews, Henry S., John Grundy, Henry and Richard Porter, various sums of money to nephews and nieces and their children, to Vicar and Churchwardens of Oxton and his tenants and servants; the 4 nephews appointed exors.
2 codicils, both dated 26 Sept. 1714., leaving other small sums of money and possessions to nephews, nieces, their children, his tenants, servants and friends.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/16  pr. 7 June 1717

Contents:
Copy of will as above, with probate.
Will proved at Canterbury by Richard Porter.
Tag.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/17  6 June 1707

Contents:
Copy of entry in Mansfield Parish register recording baptism of Sarah Cock, daughter of Patricius Cock, on 6 June 1707.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/18  27 May 1728

Contents:
Deed poll, quit claim:
(1) Sarah Cock of Mansfield, spin, daughter Sarah late wife of Patrick Cock dec'd.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
For £32.10s., (1) to (2) release from all claim under legacy left to children of Sarah Cock under will of H.S. (DD/SK/156/15).
Endorsed with receipt.
Sig., seal of (1). Paper. English.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/19  13 June 1709

Contents:
Copy of entry of Mansfield Parish register record baptism of William, son of Patrick Cock, on 13 June 1709.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/20  15 June 1730

Contents:
Deed poll, quit claim:
(1) William Cock
(2) H.S.
For £34.10S., (1)'s share of legacy, (1) to (2) release from all claim to legacy left to children of Sarah Cock by Will of H.S. as above.
Endorsed with receipt. (DD/SK/156/15)
Sig., seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/156/21  29 May 1731

Contents:
Apprenticeship indenture:
(1) Patrick Cock
(2) Joseph Kirk, of Nottm., clock-maker
(1) apprenticed to (2) for 7 yrs. H.S. to pay £10, part of legacy.
Sig., seal of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/156/22  11 June 1731

Contents:
Indenture, agreement:
(1) Joseph Kirk
(2) Patrick Cock
Apprenticeship (as above) reduced to 6 yrs.
Sig., seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/156/23  23 Mar 1712

Contents:
Copy of entry recording baptism of Patrick Cock on 23 Mar 1712.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/24  20 July 1734

Contents:
Deed poll, quit claim:
(1) Patrick Cock
(2) H.S.
For £37., (1) to (2) all claim to his share of legacy left by H.S. dec'd. With receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/156/25  29 July 1731

Contents:
Receipt for £16 paid by H.S. to Samuel Creswell for apprenticeship of Thomas Cook.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/26  25 Oct 1738

Contents:
Deed poll, release:
(1) Thomas Cock
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
For £31. 8s., (1) releases (2) from any claim under legacy left by late Henry Sherbrooke. With receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/156/27  29 Apr 1718

Contents:
Copy of entry in Mansfield parish register record baptism of Margaret Cock on 29 Apr 1718.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/28  1 May 1739

Contents:
Deed poll, release:
(1) Margaret Cock
(2) H.S.
For £38, (1) to (2) release from all claim under legacy of late H.S. With receipt.
Sig., seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/156/29  8 Apr 1717

Contents:
Agreement:
(1) John Grundy, Henry Porter, Richard Porter (exors. of Will of late Henry Sherbrooke)
(2) Henry Sherbrooke, exor. of Will of late H.S.
(2) to pay interest on £100, part of £150 left by H.S. to George and Thomas Donisthorpe, to Elizabeth D, their mother, until they are 24 yrs. old.
Sigs. of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/156/30  1717 - 1728

22 docs.

Contents:
Receipts for interest on above £100 paid by H.S. to E.D.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/31  9 Sept 1730

Contents:
Deed poll, release:
(1) George Donisthorpe
(2) H.S.
For £129, (1) to (2) release from legacy left by late H.S. (Thomas Donisthorpe had died).
Sig., seal of (1)

[no title]  DD/SK/156/32  1717 - 20

Contents:
Receipts for maintenance of children of Mr. Burbridge by Elizabeth Barker. H.S. paid £13.15.0 per ½ yr. to E.B. (8 docs.).

[no title]  DD/SK/156/33  1721 - 1724

Contents:
Receipts for maintenance of Sarah Burbridge by Sarah and Samuel Turner. H.S. paid S.T. £6 per yr.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/34  10 July 1721

Contents:
Apprenticeship indenture. Elizabeth Burbridge apprenticed to Elizabeth Carruthers (milliner) for 6½ yrs. H.S. pays £12 to E.C.
Receipt for £12 with sig. of E.C.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/44  Jan 1735

Contents:
Receipt for 2 sums of £35.11s.1d. paid to Thomas and Ronert Burbridge being their shares of a 1/3rd. of legacy left by Lady Lucy Jackson.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/45  Feb 1735

Contents:
Admon. granted to Patrick Cock for Sarah C., his wife's estate.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/46  Feb 1735

Contents:
Receipt for £104.4s.6d. received by .C. above, being 1/3rd. of legacy above.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/47  Feb 1735

Contents:
Admon. granted to Sarah Green of her mother Elizabeth Burbridge's estate.

[no title or date]  DD/SK/156/48

Contents:
Receipt for £35.13s.6d. received by S.G. being her share of 1/3rd.of above legacy.

[no title]  DD/SK/156/49  1736

Contents:
Accounts for expenses incurred in claiming and paying legacy.

Sherbrooke Wills, Settlements, etc. general property 1726 - 1849  DD/SK/157/1-41  [n.d.]

Contents:
DD/SK/157/1-17 relate to:
Wills of Henry Sherbrooke (died 1734) and wife, Lady Margaret and deeds connected with them
DD/SK/157/18-27 relate to:
Will (and papers arising) of Henry Sherbrooke (died 1778)
DD/SK/157/28-31 relate to:
Will of Margaret Sherbrooke (died 1799)
DD/SK/157/32-41 relate to:
Deeds and Will of William Sherbrooke (died 1831)

[no title]  DD/SK/157/1  1 May 1726

Contents:
Deed poll, assignment of bond:
(1) William Mann of Oxton, yeo.
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
For £80, (1) to (2) bond made by Francis Asthin and John Turner to (1) for repayment of £80.
For use of (2). Endorsed with memo, with sig. of
(2) that £20 of money due on bond still belongs to (1).
Sig. of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/157/2  25 Apr 1727

Contents:
Copy of entry in Arnold Parish register record marriage of Henry Sherbrooke and Margaret Porter on 10 Feb 1711.
Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/3  2 May 1727

Contents:
Release:
(1) Charles Sadley of Nuttall, bart.
(2) H.S. as above
(1) to (2) release from any claim whatsover.
Sig., seal of (1). Printed paper.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/4  24 Oct 1747

Contents:
Codicil of Will of Henry Sherbrooke (will is dated 28 Aug 1747) leaving land in Carleton in Mooreland, Lincs., recently purchased from Richard Porter, to Henry Porter of Arnold and Daniel Cooke in trust for his daughter Elizabeth Lowe for life, then for Sherbrooke Lowe, her eldest son and his heirs.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/5  27 Aug 1751

Contents:
Will of Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. leaving to wife Margaret mansion house and lands in Oxton for life or until she re-marries; to his daughter Margaret messuages and lands in Oxton, Epperstone, Calverton and Blidworth; to his daughter Sarah messuages and lands in Arnold, Basford and Caythorpe; to Sherbrooke Lowe his grandson messuages and lands in Halam, Edingley, Greaves Lane, Osmondthorpe and Carlton in Moarland (Lincs.). If no heirs of any of these, lands to pass to Sherbrooke Lowe, Lee Lowe and Robert, Lowe as detailed. H.S. also left sums of money to various people and to Poor of Arnold. Exors. Wife. Margaret Sherbrooke, daughters Margaret and Sarah; Henry Porter, William Cock, Michael Hartshorn and Daniel Cook.
Sig., armorial seal of H.S. on each page.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/6  27 Aug 1751

Contents:
Copy of Will of Henry Sherbrooke as DD/SK/157/5 overleaf, with addition of codicil date 3 June 1754. Codicil leaves lands recently purchased in Oxton to daughter Margaret Sherbrooke with his other lands in Oxton, Epperstone, Cavlerton and Blidworth, and gives sums of money to various people. H.S. stipulates that successor to estates at Oxton shall take name of Sherbrooke. If H.S. ho heirs, property to pass to Sarah, daughter of H.S. and her heirs.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/7  1751 and 1754

Contents:
Copy of Will of Henry Sherbrooke as DD/SK/157/5 overleaf, with addition of codicil date 3 June 1754. Codicil leaves lands recently purchased in Oxton to daughter Margaret Sherbrooke with his other lands in Oxton, Epperstone, Cavlerton and Blidworth, and gives sums of money to various people. H.S. stipulates that successor to estates at Oxton shall take name of Sherbrooke. If H.S. ho heirs, property to pass to Sarah, daughter of H.S. and her heirs.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/8  1751 and 1754

Contents:
Copy of Will of Henry Sherbrooke as DD/SK/157/5 overleaf, with addition of codicil date 3 June 1754. Codicil leaves lands recently purchased in Oxton to daughter Margaret Sherbrooke with his other lands in Oxton, Epperstone, Cavlerton and Blidworth, and gives sums of money to various people. H.S. stipulates that successor to estates at Oxton shall take name of Sherbrooke. If H.S. ho heirs, property to pass to Sarah, daughter of H.S. and her heirs.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/9  1751 and 1754

Contents:
Copy of Will and codicil of Henry Sherbrooke, with Probate. Proved at Canterbury 22 Oct 1754 by Margaret Sherbrooke, Sarah Sherbrooke, Henry Barter and William Cock, 4 of the exors.
Tag. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/10  1751 and 1754

Contents:
Copy of Will and codicial of Henry Sherbrooke with probate.
Proved at York on 9 July 1754 by William Cock and on 3 Aug 1754 by Margaret and Sarah Sherbrooke and Henry Porter.
Tag., seals of York. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/11  Oct 1754

Contents:
Extracts from will of H.S. relating to Sarah Sherbrooke's inheritance. "Extracted from the Registry of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury".
Sigs. of 3 deputy registrars.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/12  1754

Contents:
Extracts from Will and codicil of H.S. with queries and comments.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/13  27 Mar 1756

Contents:
Indenture, agreement:
(1) Margaret Sherbrooke, jnr.
(2) Sarah Sherbrooke
Re £4,000 which H.S. (father of (1) and (2) above) had left to (1) and (2) intrust for Lee, Elizabeth, Robert and Henrietta Lowe, (1) and (2) agree that if either of them should die before money is due to be paid, her exors. should hold the moiety in trust as by Will of H.S.
Sigs., armorial seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/157/14  27 Mar 1756

Contents:
Indenture, agreement:
Counterpart of above.
Sig., armorial seal of (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/157/15  11 Dec 1756

Contents:
Deed poll, agreement for surrender of copyhold property:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. (formerly Porter) and wife Margaret
(2) William Coape Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq. and wife Sarah
(3) William Cock of Mansfield, gent.
(1), (2) & (3) agree to surrender cottage in Sutton-in-Ashfield, copyhold of Manor of Mansfield in trust to perform uses of Will of late Henry Sherbrooke. Joseph Hicton to be admitted tenant.
Sigs., armorial seals of (1) & (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/157/16  21 Mar 1757

Contents:
"Case for the opinion of Mr. Wilbraham" quoting Henry Sherbrooke's will and codicil with queries and comments by R. Wilbraham of Lincoln's Inn.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/17  16 Aug 1754

Contents:
Will of Margaret Sherbrooke, widow, leaving £1,000 to her two grandaughters Elizabeth and Henrietta Margetta Lowe, to be divided between them when they are 21, and remainder of property to her Daughters Margaret and Sarah. M. and S. appointed exors.
Mark, seal of M.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/18  9 Mar 1776

Contents:
Indenture, Lease:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
and wife Margaret
(2) Robert Lowe of Southwell, esq.
(1) to (2)
Manors, freewarrent and fishponds of (1) in Oxton, messuage in occ. of (1) and 5 closes belonging, 2 closes, woods, arable lands in the fields of Oxton. For use of (2) for 21 yrs. at £90 p.a.
Sigs., seals of (1). Parch.

[no title or date]  DD/SK/157/19

Contents:
Indenture, declaration of trust
(1) Robert Lowe
(2) Henry Sherbrooke and wife Margaret
(1) covenants to (2) that lease of manors in Oxton (DD/SK/157/18) by (2) to (1) is in trust for use of (2).
Sig., seal of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/20  24 Sept 1778

Contents:
Copy of Will and codicil (dated 9 Dec 1778) of Henry Sherbrooke, formerly Porter, of Oxton, esq. Proved at York 9 Sept 1779. Leaving messuages and lands in Duffield and £10,000 to wife Margaret; messuages and lands in car Colston, messuage nr. High Pavenent, Nottingham, and leasehold messuage at Hackney (see DD/SK/165/6 & 8), to cousin Robert Lowe; other properties in Derbs., messuages nr. King St., Covent Garden and leasehold estate at Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire (DD/SK/165/6 & 8) to Catherine Bonell his niece, and various legacies and annuities to other relatives and friends. Codicil leaves estate at Brassington and Kniveton, Derbs.
Tag., seal of York. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/21  23 Apr 1782

Contents:
Case and opinion of J. Holliday of Lincoln's Inn re a legacy of £1,500 left to Catherine and Ann Bonell, daughters of Catherine B., to be divided between them when they are 21, by Henry Sherbrooke in his will of 24 Sept 1778 (DD/SK/157/20) as Catherine has died Ann is to receive whole of the £1,500 on attaining 21 yrs.
Sig. of J.H.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/22  1 June 1782

Contents:
Letter from Wm. Morley to Mrs. Sherbrooke re above legacy and quoting opinion of L. Kenyon of Lincoln's Inn.
Sig. of W.M.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/23  12 Sept 1787

Contents:
Deed poll, release:
(1) Richard Remington of Sketty, Glam., esq.
(2) Margaret Sherbrooke, Robert Lowe
(1) acknowledges receipt of £1,500 legacy left by H.S. to his wife Ann and releases (2) from any claim to that legacy.
Sig., seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/157/24  12 Sept 1787

Contents:
Receipt for £1,500 paid by Mrs. 'Margaret Sherbrooke to R. Remington being the legacy left by H.S. to Ann Bonell, now wife or R.R. above.
Sig. of R.R.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/25  31 May 1797

Contents:
List of deeds and bonds left by Robert Lowe with Anne Bonnell and receipt for same.
Sig. of A.B.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/26  17 May 1790

Contents:
Indenture, assignment: 17 May 1790
(1) Sherbrooke lowe of Southwell, esq.,
Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq.
(2) Margaret Sherbrooke of Oxton
In consideration of alterations to property at Oxton made by (2), (1) to (2) assignment of all claim to their share of £1,500, under will of H.S.
Sigs., seals of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/157/27  17 May 1790

Contents:
Indenture, assignment: 17 May 1790
(1) William Coape Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.,
William Sherbrooke of Arnold, eldest son and heir of W.C.S., Henry and John Sherbrooke (sons of W.C.S.)
(2) Margaret Sherbrooke
In consideration of alterations made by (2) to property at Oxton, (1) to (2) assignment of their claim to parts of £1,500, under will of H.S.
Sigs., seals of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/157/28  18 Oct 1798

Contents:
Will of Margaret Sherbrooke of Oxton, widow of late Henry Sherbrooke (formerly Porter), leaving estates at Oxton, Epperstone, Calverton and Blidworth to her sisters Sarah Coape Sherbrooke for life, then to her eldest son (i.e. William) and his heirs, in accordance with Will and codicil of late H.S., father of Margaret and Sarah made in 1751 and 1754; leaving messuage
(The Hutt) in Calverton to S.C.S. for life them to her son William; messuages and lands in Brasington, Derbs., to said W.S., charged with 2 £1,000 bequests to Sarah Oates and Elizabeth Coape Sherbrooke, nieces of M.S.; messuage and lands in Denbigh, Derbs., to John Sherbrooke, son of S.C.S. charged with £1,000 bequest to his brother Henry Coape Sherbrooke; messuage and farm at Nunfields in Trusley, Langley and Brailsford (Derbs.) to Robert Lowe her nephew; £8,000 in South Sea Annuities and Government securities to Bridget, Elizabeth, Margaret and Sarah, daughters of her nephew Sherbrooke Lowe; interest from £2,000 to Henrietta Margaretta Becher, her niece; various sums of money to her nieces Sarah Oates, Elizabeth Coape Sherbrooke and Elizabeth Becher and to her great nieces Margaret Pigot and Henrietta Lowe Rogerson and to her nephew Edward Lowe; various sums of money to her servants and personal effects to her relatives. R.L. appointed exor.
Sigs., seal of M.S. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/29  13 July 1849

Contents:
Copy of above extracted from Registry of Prerogative Court of Canterbury, Produced in Exchequer Court, in case between Edward Walter Lowe, pltt. and Henry Porter Lowe, who took surname of Sherbrooke on 13 July 1849.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/30  18 Oct 1798

Contents:
Copy of above will of M.S. with probate.
Proved at Canterbury 13 Feb 1800 by Robert Lowe, nephew and sole exor of M.S.
Tag., seal. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/31  28 Apr 1793

Contents:
Will of Sarah Coape Sherbrooke of Arnold, widow leaving money and goods to be divided among her 3 sons William, Henry and John and her 2 daughters Elizabeth and Sarah, as directed.
Sig., armorial seal of S.C.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/32  2 Apr 1800

Contents:
Copy indenture, lease:
(1) William Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq.
(2) Francis Evans of Nottm., gent.
(1) to (2) Manor of Oxton, mansion house, messuages, cottages, mills, farms, closes, lands etc. in Oxton, Epperston, Edingley, Calverton, Blidworth, as detailed. To (2) from 25 Mar last for 99 yrs.
Attested copy made 25 Feb 1833.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/33  13 July 1800

Contents:
Copy declaration of trust:
(1) Francis Evans
(2) Wm. Sherbrooke
Declaration that lease by (2) to (1) of
Manor of Oxton, etc. as above, is in trust for (2).
Copy attested 8 Feb 1833.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/34-35  9 & 10 Apr 1800

Contents:
Copy indentures, lease and release, for recovery:
(1) William Sherbrooke and wife Ann
(2) Alexander Macdougall of Staples Inn, Mx., gent.
(3) Rev. Reginald Pynder of Hadsor, Worcs., clerk
(4) Ichabod Wright of Mapperley, esq.
(1) to (2) Manor of Oxton etc. as in DD/SK/157/32.
(2) to suffer recovery bought by (3). Property then to be such use as (1) shall appoint.
Copy attested 21 Feb 1833.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/36  26 May 1800

Contents:
Exemplification of a recovery (copy):
Reginal Pynder, pltt.
Alexander Macdougall, deforceant
Manor of Oxton, 45 messuages, 1 mill, 4 dovecotes, 40 gardesn, 1,000 ac. arable, 400 ac. meadow, 800 a. pasture, 80a. wood, 10 a. land covered with water, free warren, free fishery and common pasture in Oxton, Epperston, Calverton, Blidworth and Edingley.
1st vouchee: William Sherbrooke and wife Ann
2nd vouchee: Thomas Francis Martin - defaults.R.P. recovers lands.
Copy attested 21 Feb 1833.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/37  25 Mar 1830; pr. 23 Jan 1832

Contents:
Copy of will and probate of William Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq. leaving legacies totalling £1,150 to brother, sisters, nephews, nieces and friends and personal goods to Ann, his wife, several annuities to be charged on his estates, house in Oxton to sister Elizabeth for life, estate in Oxton, Arnold, Epperstone, Calverton, Blidworth and Farnsfield to Robert Lowe and William Wylde in trust for wife Ann, for life then for Henry Coape his brother for life then to Henry Porter, son of R.L., provided he takes name of Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/38  15 Nov 1833

Contents:
Memo. of agreement re £800 borrowed from Mary Denison to renew lease, as by power given by Will of W.S.
(1) Ann Sherbrooke of Oxton, widow, Henry Coape of Sherwood Lodge, esq. Rev. Robert Lowe of Bingham, Henry Porter Lowe of Bingham, esq.
(2) William Wylde of Southwell, esq.
By will of William Sherbrooke, his estates were left to Robert Lowe and William Wyld in trust for wife Ann, for life and then for Henry Coape for life and heirs, then for use of R.L. for life and finally for Henry Porter Lowe and his heirs for ever, the trustees having power to raise a mortgage to pay costs of surrendering and renewing any lease. Trustees had raised £800 from Mary Denison to pay cost of making a new lease for Oxton property and H.C., R.L. and H.P.L. are bound in £1,600 to M.D. to repay loan.
(1) and (2) agree that A.S. shall pay interest on £800 during her life, H.C. will then pay it for his life, and R.L. for his life. H.P.L., if estates pass to him, will then pay interest on loan. R.L. and W.W. may raise mortgage to pay off loan if expedient.
Endorsed with note with sig. of M.D. acknowledging that Mr. Sherbrooke (late H.P.L.) paid the £800 and interest due on 30 Apr 1849.
Sigs. of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/157/39  26 June 1841

Contents:
Copy of will and probate of Rev. Robert Lowe of Bingham, leaving estate at Oxton, Blidworth, Farnsfield and Calverton to eldest son Henry Porter Lowe, charged with annuities to Charlotte and Elizabeth Thick; property in Nottingham and Matlock to Robert Lowe and Frederick Pyndar Lowe, charged with payment of £4,000 to Isle Grant; all household and personal goods to wife Ellen; money and securities to wife Ellen and daughters Ellen, Elizabeth and Margaret.
Will proved at York 2 May 1845.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/40  21 June 1845; pr. 5 June 1847

Contents:
Copy of will of Ann Sherbrooke (and Probate), leaving £4,000 to Henry Porter Lowe, as agreed by marriage settlement of H.P.L. (DD/SK/158/3 & 4), legacies and annuities to niece and nephews (children of Sarah Oates, her sister-in-law) and others, and estates and lands etc. to H.P.L.
H.P.L. sole exor.

[no title]  DD/SK/157/41  1849

Contents:
Extract from Will of Elizabeth Coape Sherbrooke dated 26 Aug 1843 leaving principal sums due from estate of late William Sherbrooke and Henry Coape, her brothers, to Frances Oates in trust to divide it between William, and John Coape Sherbrooke Oates and also Frances Oates. Proved 27 Apr 1844.
Abstract of release from F.O. to H.S. (late H.P.L.) now in possession of above estates, on receipt of £4,000 due on estates as above.

Settlements, Wills, deeds and papers of Henry Sherbrooke (formerly H. Porter Lowe)  DD/SK/158/1-41  1833-1887

Contents:
DD/SK/158/31-41 relates:
Marriage settlements of children of Henry Sherbrooke

[no title]  DD/SK/158/1  10 Apr 1833

Contents:
Bond:
Henry Porter Lowe of Bingham, esq. bound in £600 to Sarah Hyde of Winthorpe, widow
Condition: payment of £300 and interest by 10 Oct next. Endorsed "For Cambridge debts. paid 1849"
Sig., seal of H.P.L.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/2  5 Jan 1839

Contents:
Copy of will of William Fane leaving all estates and property in trust to trustees to invest and pay interest to Louisa Hay Fane, his wife for life and then in trust for their children, to be divided equally among them.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/3-4  Dec 1840

Contents:
Two draft indentures for marriage settlements:
(1) H.P.L.
(2) (Louisa Anne) Fane of Blackney, Lincs.
(3) Rev. Frederick Pyndar Lowe
Settlements, made on marriage of (1) and (2) settling estates at Oxton and elsewhere, now property of Ann Sherbrooke, widow, on (1) and (2) and their heirs on death of A.S. and settling money inherited by (2) as 1/8th share of her father's estates on (1) and (2) and their heirs. (3) to be a trustee. (with many alterations)

[no title]  DD/SK/158/5  31 Dec 1847; 6 Aug 1870

Contents:
Indenture, mortgage:
(1) William Wylde of Southwell, esq.
and Rev. John Downall of Blidworth
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton (formerly H.P.L.)
(3) John Mills of Nottm., esq.
For £4,000, (1) & (2) to (3) 55,56,60,61 & 62 Piccadilly and 45 & 46 Old Bond Street, Mx. To (3) for 1,000 yrs. if (2) does not repay mortgage and interest. Money raised in execution of power granted by settlement of 19 Dec 1840 on marriage of (2) and Louisa Anne Fleming Fane. Endorsed with receipt for £4,000 with sig. of (1).
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2).
Indenture endorsed: surrender
(1) George Brightmore Mills
(2) John Downall
(3) Henry Sherbrooke
On repayment of £4,000 and interest (3) at direction of (2) to (1) all claim to above property.
Sigs. of (1), (2) and (3). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/6  1849

Contents:
Bond: Henry Porter Lowe of Oxton, esq. known as Henry Sherbrooke bound in £8,000 to John Mills of Nottm., esq. to secure £4,000 and interest.
No sigs.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/7  15 May 1849

Contents:
Copy indenture:
(1) Rev. Edward Walter Lowe
(2) Joseph Phipps Townsend
(1) to (2) for use of (1)
Manor and lands etc. in Oxton, Epperstone, Calverton, Blidworth and Edingley, as described in Will of H.S. dated 1751, to disentail estate.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/8  17 July 1850

Contents:
Draft indenture:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke (lately Porter Lowe)
(2) P.N. Falkner
(1) to (2), for use of (1)
All estates in Oxton, Epperstone, Calverton, Blidworth, Edingley, Farnsfield and elsewhere in Notts. as described in will of H.S. dated 1751, to disentail estate.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/9  29 July 1850

Contents:
Draft indenture:
(1) Rev. Edward Walter Lowe
(2) Joseph Phipps Townsend
(1) to (2) for use of (1)
Estate in Notts. as described in will of H.S. dated 1751, to disentail estate.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/10  2 Aug 1850

Contents:
Abstract of an indenture, mortgage:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Louisa Hay Fane and others
For £5,000, (1) to (2)
Manor, messuages, and lands at Oxton and elsewhere as security for mortgage, subject to several life annuities and to an earlier mortgage to W.C. Oates.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/11  1850

Contents:
Schedule of deeds re the title of Henry Sherbrooke to estates in Oxton in mortgage to Frances Jane Longden to secure £10,000 by indenture of 3 Aug 1850. Endorsed with receipt for deeds scheduled signed by F.J.L. on 24 Oct 1850. Note on outside "Redeemed".

[no title]  DD/SK/158/12  13 Sept 1850

Contents:
Notice to W.C. Oates from solicitors of F.J.L. above of mortgage of £13,000 raised by H.S. on property at Oxton, subject to mortgage to W.C.O. and to mortgage to Louisa Hay Fane.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/13  March 1858

Contents:
Agreement:
(1) Henry Houldsworth
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(1) agrees to pay 2 drafts of £6,000 and £5,978.3s.10d. and indemnify (2) from them and give up drafts to him when paid.
Sigs. of (1) & (2).

[no title]  DD/SK/158/14  1 Mar 1859

Contents:
Draft indenture, assignment of mortgage:
(1) Marcus Beresford, and
William Dashwood Fane
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
(3) Frederic Pyndar Lowe and William Dashwood Fane
For £5,000 paid by (3) to (1), (1) to (3) at direction of (2)
Manor, messuages, lands in Notts., mortgaged by (2) to Louisa Hay Fane on 2 Aug 1850 (DD/SK/158/10) subject to several life annuities and an earlier mortgage.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/15  1858

Contents:
Two letters from W.D. Fane to Messrs. Falkner and Newbold re above.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/16  1 Mar 1859

Contents:
Draft indenture, further mortgage:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) F.P. Lowe and W.D. Fane
Further charge of £172.9s.4d. on above mortgage.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/17  1865

Contents:
Draft indenture, further mortgage:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke
(2) Henry Coape Oates and John Downall,
trustees under will of late William Coape Oates
Further charge of £4,000 on estates of (1) in Notts. already mortgaged by (1) to late W.C.O. for total of £16,000 on 1 Aug 1850.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/18  16 Apr 1880

Contents:
Letter from H. Newbold, solicitor, of Newark to H. Sherbrooke of Oxton Hall with list of loans and interest due on them raised by H.S. on lands etc. at Oxton. Total principal £43,672.9s.8d. and total interest due per half yr. £1,746.17s.8d.
Sig. of H.N.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/19  27 Dec 1840

Contents:
Draft Will and Will of Henry Porter Lowe.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/20  7 Feb 1842

Contents:
Draft and 2 copies of codicil to above.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/21  14 Feb 1844

Contents:
Second codicil to above.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/22  1847

Contents:
Draft for part of Will of Henry Sherbrooke, late Henry P.L.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/23  8 Apr 1859

Contents:
2 drafts for Will of H.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/24  1865

Contents:
Draft will of H.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/25  Feb 1871

Contents:
Instructions and drafts for will of H.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/26  1879 and 1880

Contents:
Draft codicil and 2nd codicil to above.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/27  1884

Contents:
Draft will and will of H.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/28  1887

Contents:
2 draft codicils to above.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/29  15 Mar 1887

Contents:
Two drafts for final Will of Henry Sherbrooke appointed as trustees his son Henry Nevile S., his cousin William Charles Hill and William Huskinson, leaving £15,000 to trustees to pay Caroline Ann and John Chaworth Musters as agreed in settlement on their marriage in 1859, £5,000 to Alice Louisa and George Eden Jarvis as agreed in settlement on their marriage in 1863 and £5,000 to Henry Nevile Sherbrooke and Lady Harriet Alice as agreed in settlement on their marriaged in 1871; leaving estates in Oxton, Epperstone, Blidworth, Farnsfield and Calverton and elesewhere to wife for life, then to William S., his eldest son and his heirs; leaving £5,000 to trustees for his daughter Mary Beresford Sherbrooke, and all personal goods to his wife.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/30  13 May 1853

Contents:
Abstract of main bequests of Will of Henry Sherbooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/31  12 Mar 1859

Contents:
Draft indenture, marriage settlement:
(1) John Chaworth Masters of Annesley Hall
(2) Caroline Anne Sherbrooke and her father Henry S.
(3) Trustees of (1) and (2)
On marriage of (1) and C.S., (1) to (3) in trust for (1) and C.S.
Manors of Annesley, Felley, Cropwell Butler, Tithby and Wiverton, Annesley Hall and estate etc.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/32a-b  16 Feb 1863

Contents:
Draft indenture, marriage settlement:
(1) George Knollis Jarvis of Doddington Hall, lincs.
(2) George Eden Jarvis, only son of (1)
(3) Henry Sherbrooke, father of (4)
(4) Alice Louisa Sherbrooke
(5) Trustees of (2) and (4)
On marriage of (2) and (4), (1) to (5) in trust for (2) and (4) £400 p.a. for joint lives and for (4) if she should survive (2), from Lincs., Warwicks. and Kent estates settled by will of grandfather of (2).
(2 copies - with notes and alterations).

[no title]  DD/SK/158/33  1863

Contents:
Draft indenture, marriage settlement:
(1) George Knollis Jarvis
(2) George Eden Jarvis
(3) Henry Sherbrooke
(4) Alice L. Sherbrooke
(5) Trustees for (2) and (4)
On marriage of (2) and (4), (3) to (2) and (4) £150 p.a. for lives of (3) and (4) and on death of (3) £5,000 for use of (2) and (4) as directed.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/34  28 Jan 1863

Contents:
Instructions from Messrs. Falkner & Newbold, solicitors of Newark to Mr. Skinner to prepare settlement for marraige of G.E. Jarvis and Miss Sherbrooke, second daughter of Henry S.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/35  1871

Contents:
Abstract showing title to £20,000 raisable for portions under settlement of family estates of Earl Howe, quoting settlements of 29 May 1852 with full schedule of estates and indenture of 31 Dec with schedule of lands sold and purchased. Abstract drawn to show title to raise a portion for Lady Alice Curzon on her marriage to Henry Nevile Sherbrooke.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/36  2 Feb 1871

Contents:
Copy deed, appointment of portion:
(1) George August Frederick Louis, Earl Howe
(2) Lady Harriet Alice Curzon, only child of (1)
(1) to (2), on marriage with Henry N. Sherbrooke, £10,000 to be paid on death of (1), part of portion due to (2) as shown by above abstract.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/37  2 Feb 1871

Contents:
Draft indenture, marriage settlement:
(1) Earl Howe
(2) lady Harriet Alice Curzon
(3) Henry N. Sherbrooke
(4) Henry Sherbrooke, father of (3)
(5) Trustees for (2) and (3)
On marriage of (2) and (3), (2) to (5) £10,000, appointed to her by above deed, in trust as directed for (2), (3) and their heirs; (1) to (3) for use of (2) and (3), £400 p.a. during life of (1); (4) to (5) for (2) and (3) £200 p.a. during life of (4); (4) to (5) £5,000 for use of (2) and (3), to be paid on death of (4).

[no title]  DD/SK/158/38  Feb 1871

Contents:
Copy of signatures and attestations to signatures to above settlement.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/39  1870 - 1871

Contents:
Suggestions, proposals, queries and comments by solicitors of Sherbrooke and Earl Howe re above settlement and appointment.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/40  1870 - 1871

Contents:
Correspondence from Henry Nevile Sherbrooke, Henry Sherbrooke, Messrs. Newbold and Falkner and Messrs. Parkin and Pagden, solicitors for Earl Howe re above settlement.

[no title]  DD/SK/158/41  1871

Contents:
Precis of deeds executes on marriage of Lady H.A. Curzon and Henry N. Sherbrooke (DD/SK/158/36-7).

Will and papers of John Coape Sherbrooke (died 1830)  DD/SK/159/1-6  1822-1824

[no title]  DD/SK/159/1  17 Jan 1822

Contents:
Will of Lt.Gen. Sir John Coape Sherbrooke of Calverton, K.G., leaving messuages, cottages, farms and lands at Calverton to wife Katharine for life and then to their children, or if no children to William Coape Oates, esq., his nephew, charged with annuity of £10 to Mrs. Margaret Rogerson and with annuity of £10 to Mrs. Lee Hanson (youngest d. of late Sherbrooke Lowe); plate etc. and all household goods to wife Katharine; £200 each to William Sherbrooke and Henry Coape, his brothers, and also to Rev. Robert Lowe; £100 each to Sarah Oates and Elizabeth Coape Sherbrooke, his sisters, and to Ann Sherbrooke, his sister-in-law; £50 each to nephews William and John and Henry Coape Oates and to niece Frances Oates; £4,000 to William Sherbrooke and Robert Lowe in trust for Sarah Oates and Elizabeth Sherbrooke; residue of personal estate to W.C. and R.L. in trust for wife Katharina and heirs.
K.S., W.S. and R.L. exors.
Sigs. and armorial seal of J.C.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/159/2  12 Nov 1822

Contents:
First codicil to Will of John Coape Sherbrooke devising estate in Calverton and elsewhere including that recently purchased, to Katharina his wife for life, then to her heirs and if none to William Coape Oates, his nephew and his heirs (if no heirs property to pass to Henry Coape Oates, then to John Coape Sherbrooke Oates, then to Frances Oates). £4,000 left to William Sherbrooke and Robert Lowe in trust, revoked and £2,000 left to them on same trusts. £50 to Margaret Pigot or if dead to her daughter Elizabeth. £25 each to Frederick Pyndar Lowe and to Ellen Georgiana Walker, his god-daughter.
Sigs., armorial seal of J.C.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/159/3  June 1824

Contents:
Copy letter from John Coape Sherbrooke to his solicitor Henry Percy and reply dated 14 June 1824 re a second codicil to J.C.S.'s will.

[no title]  DD/SK/159/4  28 June 1824

Contents:
Second codicil to Will of J.C. Sherbrooke above devising real estate purchased since Will and first codicil to the uses and Will and codicil and revoking bequest of residue of estate to trustees and leaving it to his wife Katharina, subject to legacy of £25 to be paid to Margaret Ann Lowe, the god-daughter of J.C.S.
Sig., armorial seal of J.C.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/159/5  30 June 1824

Contents:
List of legacies bequested in Will and codicils of Sir John Coap Sherbrooke. Total value £3,325. In hand of J.C.S. and endorsed "I leave this memorandum for the use of my executors".
Sig. of J.C.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/159/6  c. 1824

Contents:
Analysis of the Will and 2 codicils of General Sir John Coape Sherbrooke.

Will of Sherbrooke Lowe (died 1841) and papers arising  DD/SK/160/1-4  1841-1850

[no title]  DD/SK/160/1a-b  1 Oct 1841 pr. 9 Dec 1841

Contents:
Copy of Will of Sherbrooke Lowe leaving £4,000 invested in Manchester and Leeds Railway to trustees to pay interest to his mother for her life, then to his brother Edward Walter Lowe and on his death £4,000 to be divided between children of S.L.'s aunt Lee Hanson; £3,000, as in will of S.L.'s aunt Bridget Lowe to children of Lee Hanson; £500 each to Ellen and Johanna, daughters of George Hodgkinson Barrow; £200 each to George William Barrow & Richard Bridgman Barrow; remainder of property to Edward Walter Lowe.
(2 copies, both attested by Richard Barrow)

[no title]  DD/SK/160/2  7 Dec 1841

Contents:
Pedigree of family of Sherbrooke Lowe and wife Birdget with declaration from Sarah Lee Hanson (daughter of S.L.) that pedigree is correct and that Edward Walter Lowe is the heir at law of late Bridget Lowe; and with copies of entries from Southwell Parish registers giving baptisms, marriages and burials of S.L.'s family.

[no title]  DD/SK/160/3  n.d. c. 1850

Contents:
Pedigree of Sherbrooke family from 1750. Drawn up for case in which Edward Walter Lowe was plaintiff and Henry Porter Sherbrooke defendant.

[no title]  DD/SK/160/4  c. 1850

Contents:
Manor of Oxton Netherhall - memorandum of admission of E.W. Lowe to cottage and closes in Oxton, surrender by him and admission of Henry Sherbrooke.

Sherbrooke Settlements, Will, deeds, etc. concerning Arnold estate  DD/SK/161/1-20  1755-1849

[no title]  DD/SK/161/1  12 Dec 1755

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold
3. Court Baron
4. Steward: William Cock
6. Margaret Sherbrooke, jnr., admitted
7. Copyhold messuages, cottages and lands, late held by her father Henry Sherbrooke and her great uncle Robert Sherbrooke, in Arnold
5. Sarah Sherbrooke surrenders
6. Margaret Sherbrooke admitted
7. Property of S.S. in Oxton.
5. Margaret Sherbrooke surrenders to uses of Will.

[no title]  DD/SK/161/2  14 Apr 1758

Contents:
1. Copy of court roll
2. Manor of Arnold
3. View of Frank Pledge and Court Baron
4. As above
5. Richard Gibson, surrendered
6. Henry Sherbrooke and James Huthwaite, admitted in trust as by provisions of marriage settlement of William Coape and Sarah Sherbrooke
7. Town end close in Arnold, 2 ac.

[no title]  DD/SK/161/3-5  17 Mar 1756

Contents:
Indenture, marriage settlement and 2 counterparts:
(1) William Coape
(2) Sarah Sherbrooke
(3) Henry Porter, trustee for (2), James Huthwaite, trustee for (1).
On marriage of (1) & (2), (2) to (3) £3,000, legacy under Will of late H.S., dated 1751, (3) to pay £500 to (1) and invest remainder, interest to be for use of (1) for life, then for use of (2) and then for their children.
Sigs., seals of (1),(2) & (3).

[no title]  DD/SK/161/6  18 Aug 1761

Contents:
Case "for Mr. Rivett's opinion" quoting marriage settlement of 17 Mar 1761 above, lease and release of 29 & 30 June 1758 and 6 other deeds, with queries and comments by William Rivet.

[no title]  DD/SK/161/7-8  29 & 30 Dec 1761

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Henry Sherbrooke and James Huthwaite
(2) William Coape Sherbrooke and wife Sarah
(3) Henry Coape of Duffield, Derbs.
Whereas W.C.S. had purchased property in Arnold and had paid £1,689.10s. for it, which money was money of wife Sarah in accordance with terms of their marriage settlement of 17 Mar 1756 for which (1) were trustees for £1,689.10s. paid by W.C.S. to (1), (1) to (2) and (3) messuages and lands in Arnold purchased by W.C.S. For use of (2) and heirs, (3) being trustee.
Endorsed with receipt and statement that money has been laid out in purchase of 4% annuities in names of (1).
Sigs., armorial seals of (1) & (2)

[no title]  DD/SK/161/9  18 Mar 1773

Contents:
Deed poll, quitclaim:
(1) Hannah and Mary Huthwaite
(2) William Coape Sherbrooke and Rev.Edward Williams, exors of Will of James Huthwaite
(1) to (2) all claim under Will of James Huthwaite, father of (1).
Sigs., seals of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/161/10  29 Mar 1790 pr.27 July 1791

Contents:
Copy of Will, codicil and probate of William Coape Sherbrooke of Arnold, esq., leaving messuages and lands in Arnold, and Lambley to son William S.; various annuities and sums of money to his wife Sarah and his children Henry, John, Elizabeth and Sarah (wife of Hamer Oates) and to several other people. Codicil date 10 May 1790 leaving further annuity to Lydia, Elizabeth and Mary Wood. Proved at Canterbury by Sarah Coape Sherbrooke and William Sherbrooke, exors. of Will.
Tag., seal.

[no title]  DD/SK/161/11  1 & 2 Apr 1799

Contents:
Abstract of lease and release and of a recovery:
(1) William Sherbrooke and wife Ann
(2) Alexander McDougall of Staples Inn, Mx., gent
(3) Francis Evans of Nottm., gent.
(4) Ichabod Wright of Mapperley, esq.
(1) to (2) Manor of Arnold and lands etc. in Notts., to suffer a recovery.
(3) recovers from (2), (1) being first vouchee (DD/SK/161/12-15).

[no title]  DD/SK/161/12-13  1 & 2 Apr 1799

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release, for recovery:
(1) William Sherbrooke and wife Ann
(2) Alexander McDougall of Staples Inn, Mx., gent
(3) Francis Evans of Nottm., gent.
(4) Ichabod Wright of Mapperley, esq.
(1) to (2)
Manor of Arnold mansion house, messuages, farms, closes, lands in Arnold, Basford, Caythorpe, Lowdham and Gunthorpe as detailed. (2) to suffer a recovery brought by (3).
Sigs., seals of (1), (2) & (3).

[no title]  DD/SK/161/14  2 Apr 1799

Contents:
Indenture, bargain and sale, enrolled:
(1) William Sherbrooke and wife Ann
(2) Alexander MacDougall
(3) Francis Evans
(4) Ichabod Wright
(1) to (2) Manor of Arnold, messuages, lands in Arnold, Basford, Caythorpe, Lowdham, Gunthorpe as detailed. (2) to suffer a recovery brought by (3).
Sigs., seals of (1) & (3)

[no title]  DD/SK/161/15  6 May 1799

Contents:
Exemplification of a recovery:
Francis Evans, plaintiff
Alexander Macdougall, deforceant
Manor of Arnold, 28 messuages, 2 dovecotes, 20 gardens, 900 a. arable, 200 a. meadow, 300 a. pasture and common pasture in Arnold, Basford, Caythorpe, Lowdham, Gunthorpe and Hoveringham.
1st vouchees: Wm. Sherbrooke and wife Anne
2nd vouchee: Thomas Francis Martin - defaults.
F.E. recovers lands.

[no title]  DD/SK/161/16  20 Jan 1800

Contents:
Indenture, Bargain and sale, inrolled:
(1) William Sherbrooke
(2) Ichabod Wright
(1) to (2)
4 closes in Arnold, Bowling Leys, Backside close, Revells Backside close and the Street furlong (15a.) to indemnify purchasers of Arnold and other estates of (1) against payment of several sums of money charged by Wills of Robert and Henry Sherbrooke.
Sig., seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/161/17  n.d. c. 1800

Contents:
List of title deeds of William Sherbrooke for Arnold estate, listing 7 deeds (1799 - 1800).

[no title]  DD/SK/161/18  2 Mar 1802

Contents:
Indenture, release (lease missing):
(1) William Sherbrooke
(2) Robert Davison
(3) John Hawksley
(4) William Richard Middlemore
For £3,670 to be paid by (3) and (2) to (1), (1) to (4) in trust for (2) & (3) as directed, Meadow side close, 3a.3r.20p.; Water Slade closes (3a.20p. and 2a.1r.; Meadow side close 2a.2r.; Willow bridge close 2r.26p.; Beck meadows 1a.35p. and 12a.26p.; meadow end closes 2a.2r.13p. and 2r.21p.; in Arnold.
(2) & (3) to pay £3,670 and interest by 25 Dec 1808 when (1) will finally release lands to them.
Sigs. of (1),(2) & (3).

[no title]  DD/SK/161/19  6 Apr 1849

Contents:
Deed poll, release:
(1) Frances Oates, exor. of Elizabeth Coape Sherbrooke
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
For £4,000 paid by (2) to (1) to clear debt of £4,000 owed by William Sherbrooke (now dec'd.) to late Elizabeth Coape Sherbrooke and charged by him on Arnold estate, release of Arnold estate, now property of (2) by will of William Sherbrooke.
Sig. of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/161/20  7 Apr 1849

Contents:
Indenture, conveyance:
(1) John Charles Wylde of Southwell, esq. son of late William Wylde, trustee for (2)
(2) Henry Sherbrooke
Whereas all legacies and debts charged on Arnold estate by will of William Sherbrooke dec'd. have been paid, (1) to (2) Manor of Arnold and messuages and lands in Arnold. For use of (2).
Sig., seal of (1).

Coape Wills and Settlements  DD/SK/162/1-7  1682-1862

[no title]  DD/SK/162/1  7 Aug 1685

Contents:
Indenture, marriage settlement:
(1) William Coape of Duffield, Derbs.
(2) John Wagstaffe, son and heir of John Wagstaffe, snr. of Glossop, and Samuel Wagstaffe, son of snr.
(3) John Wagstaffe, snr.
On marriage of (1) and Sarah Wagstaffe, a daughter of S.W. snr., and for £400 to be paid to (1) for portion for S.W., (1) to (2)
Lands in Duffield in trust for use of (1) and their heirs as appointed.
Sigs. of (1),(2) & (3).

[no title]  DD/SK/162/2  18 Oct 1682

Contents:
Copy of Will of Henry Coape of Covent Garden, Mx., mercer, leaving 2 messuages in Covent Garden and £3,000 to eldest son Henry; £2,250 to son Richard; £2,250 to daughter Katherine; silver and personal goods to be divided between them as stated.
Copy made 16 Dec 1691 by Henry Coape jnr., 4 days after the Will was proved.

[no title or date]  DD/SK/162/3

Contents:
Will of John Coape of Duffield appointing wife Hannah and brothers William and Henry exors of Will. Leaving household goods and plate to his wife for life, then to be divided equally among his children, legacies to John and William his sons, and estate to his exors. to sell and hold the money in trust for John, William and Elizabeth as directed.
Sig. of J.C.

[no title]  DD/SK/162/4  12 Aug 1748; pr.25 Oct 1749

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of William Coape of New Court, Broad St., London, leaving various annuities and legacies to his sister Hannah Coape, his brother Henry C., his nephews William and John C., his niece Elizabeth Huthwaite and others. Proved at Canterbury.

[no title]  DD/SK/162/5  13 Dec 1773

Contents:
Declaration that £1,5000 left by Joanna Coape late of Tottenham dec'd in her Will of 1773 to William Coape Sherbrooke, Samuel Blyth and V. Lawford, in trust for children of W.C.S., has been invested in Bank 3% Consolidated Annuities.
Sigs. of trustees.

[no title]  DD/SK/162/6  12 Sept 1778

Contents:
Admon, granted to Henry Porter Sherbrooke and Samuel Crompton of estate of Henry Coape, late of Duffield, bachelor, who died intestate.

[no title]  DD/SK/162/7  15 Feb 1862

Contents:
Copy of Will and codicil of William Coape Oates of Bath, esq., leaving various sums of money to friends and servants, £4,000 to trustees for his cousin Mary Lambert and her daughters, £2,000 to trustees for Ellen Cawthorn and her children, messuage and lands in Southwell to his sister Frances Oates, residue of money and £16,000 due from Henry Sherbrooke on mortgage to trustees for his brother Henry Coape Oates and Frances Oates, property in Darcy Lever and Little Lever, Lancs., to Henry Coape Oates and residue of estate to John Downall. Henry Coape Oates and John Downall appointed trustees and exors.

Langford and Foxcroft Wills and Settlements  DD/SK/163/1-6  1765-1817

[no title]  DD/SK/163/1  21 Jan 1765; pr.12 Apr 1768

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of Thomas Langford of Basford leaving property in Picadilly and Bond St. and in Wapping to his son-in-law John Foxcroft to pay £3,000 as in marriage settlement of his daughter Ann and Coulson Skottowe, house and lands in Basford to his daughter Catherine Foxcroft, 6 messuages in Hackney to his son Thomas and his wife Elizabeth and if no heirs then to John Foxcroft and his wife Catherine and their heirs, and sums of money to other persons.
Proved at Canterbury.

[no title]  DD/SK/163/2  24 June 1784; pr.30 Aug 1784

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of Ann Skottowe of Chesham, Bucks., leaving £500 to her brother Thomas Langford, £500 to her nephew Thomas Langford (son of Joseph L.), £1,000 to Katherine Foxcroft (her sister), £1,000 to Jane Kingston and residue of estate to Katherine Foxcroft whom she appoints sole exor.
Proved at Canterbury.
Tag., seal of Canterbury. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/163/3  31 Mar 1785

Contents:
Indenture, marriage settlement:
(1) William Sherbrooke
(2) Ann Foxcroft of Nottm., only daughter of late John Foxcroft
(3) Nicholas Skottowe and Reginald Pyndar
In consideration of marriage of (1) and (2), (1) covenants with (3) that when he inherits Oxton estate he will devise it to (3) in trust after his death to provide annuity of £700 for (2) for her life.
Sigs., seals of (1) & (2). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/163/4  1806-7

Contents:
Mrs. Foxcroft's account with Edmund Chalmers for preparing deeds and abstracts for lands to be sold by Mrs. Foxcroft and for other legal business.

[no title]  DD/SK/163/5  29 May 1809

Contents:
Attested copy of Will of Catherine Foxcroft of Nottingham leaving messuages and lands in Wapping and elsewhere in Middlesex and house in Nottingham to William Sherbrooke and his wife Ann (daughter of C.F.) leaving various sums of money to William Sherbrooke and Reginald Pyndar in trust for her nieces and nephews and residue of estate to W.S. and his wife Ann.

[no title]  DD/SK/163/6  6 May 1817

Contents:
Letter from Alex. Foxcroft to William Sherbrooke re legacies left by Will of Catherine Foxcroft.
Sig. of A.F.

Lowe Wills and Settlements  DD/SK/164/1-20  1761-1845

[no title]  DD/SK/164/1  29 Oct 1761

Contents:
Indenture, marriage settlement:
(1) Richard Turner Becher of Southwell, esq.
(2) Elizabeth Lowe of Southwell
(3) Samuel Lowe (father of (2)), William Warren of Farnsfield
(4) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, William Coape Sherbrooke of Arnold.
For £1,000 left to (2) by Will of late Henry Sherbrooke dated 1751, which (1) is to use to clear mortgage on copyhold lands, and in consideration of marriage of (1) and (2), (1) covenants to surrender copyhold lands to lord of Manor of Southwell, (3) to be admitted as trustees for (1) and (2) and heirs.
£500 left to (2) by will of Margaret Sherbrooke dec'd dated 1754 is to be held by (4) and invested for (2) and her heirs.
Sigs., seals of all. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/164/2  13 Dec 1794

Contents:
Deed poll, release:
(1) Elizabeth Becher and Margaret Pigot, widows, both of Southwell, and Henrietta Lowe Becher of Oxton
(2) William and Sarah Coape Sherbrooke (exors. of Will of late William Coape Sherbrooke, surviving trustee for marriage settlement of E.B.
(1) to (2), on transfer of premises mortgaged to (2) for £500, being trust money in marriage settlement of E.B. and Richard Turner Becher, of £500 trust money and of trusts in marriage settlement.
Sig., and armorial seals of (1). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/164/3  5 July 1764; pr.29 Mar 1766

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of Samuel Lowe of Southwell esq. leaving £1,200 to Daniel Cooke in trust to use same as set out by marriage settlement of S.L. to make rental of estate total £300 p.a., which will pass to his eldest son Sherbrooke Lowe, £500 to trustees to pay interest to Mary Blundall for life and at her death to pay principal to S.L's daughter Henrietta Margaretta Lowe, remainder of estate to be equally divided between Robert and Henrietta Margaretta Lowe. Trustees and supervisors - Henry Sherbrooke and George Hodgkinson.
Tag., seal of Southwell. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/164/4  7 Dec 1768

Contents:
Account, drawn up after death of Samuel Lowe, of his estate showing remainder which is to be divided between Henrietta Margaretta and Robert Lowe.
Receipt for £171.14s.0¾d. at foot with sigs. of H.M.L. and R.L. being share paid to H.M.L.

[no title]  DD/SK/164/5  21 Nov 1768

Contents:
Deed poll, release:
(1) Sherbrooke Lowe, eldest son of Samuel Lowe
(2) Robert and Henrietta Margaretta Lowe (children of S.L.) and Daniel Cooke
For £1,200 and £750 (1) releases (2) from all claim on his father, Samuel Lowe's estate.
Sig., seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/164/6  11 Mar 1776

Contents:
Indenture, release:
(1) Henrietta Margaretta Bugg of Southwell
(2) Robert Lowe of Southwell
For £200 paid by (2) to (1) being remainder of £1,000 due to be paid to (1) on death of her husband Henry as agreed by settlement made on their marriage, for which settlement (2) was a trustee, (1) releases (2) from payment of £1,000.
Sig., seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/164/7-8  14 & 15 June 1793

Contents:
Indenture, marriage settlement, lease and release:
(1) Samuel Oliver of Newark, esq.
(2) Elizabeth Lowe, daughter of Robert Lowe
(3) Robert Lowe, father of (2)
(4) Rev. Robert Greville and Rev. George Bass Oliver, trustees
In consideration of marriage of (1) & (2) and of £4,000 to be paid by (3) on marriage of (1) & (2) (£2,000 to clear mortgage on (2)'s lands and £2,000 to be paid on death of (3) to trustees for use of (2)), (1) to (4) moiety of messuages and lands in Great Wigston, Huncote, Glenfield, Ayleston and Little Glen, Leics., in trust for (1) and (2) and heirs as directed.
(1) covenants to (4) to surrender copyhold lands held of Manor of Burbage and Sketchley to Lord of Manor. (4) to be admitted in trust to sell lands and use money in trust as above.
(3) covenants to pay £2,000 to clear mortgage as agreed and remaining £2,000 at his death to (4) for use of (2).
Sigs., armorial seals of (1),(2),(3). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/164/9-10  30 & 31 Oct 1795

Contents:
Indenture, marriage settlement, lease and release:
(1) Isle Grant of Binbrook, Lincs., esq.
(2) Ann Lowe daughter of Robert Lowe
(3) Robert Lowe, father of (2)
(4) Rev. John Hildyard and Rev. Robert Grevill, trustees
In consideration of marriage of (1) and (2), (1) to (4)
Messuages, cottages and lands in Thorpe, Lincs., in trust for use of (1) and (2). (3) covenants to give £1,000 within 1 yr. of marriage and £3,000 on his death to (4) in trust for (1) and (2).
Sigs., armorial seals of (1),(2),(3). Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/164/11  24 Dec 1796

Contents:
Deed poll, release:
(1) Isle Grant
(2) Robert Lowe
On receipt of £1,000, (1) releases (2) from £1,000, agreed by marriage settlement to be paid by (2) at end of 12 months after marriage of (1) and Ann Lowe, daughter of (2).
Sig., armorial seal of (1).

[no title]  DD/SK/164/12-13  22 & 23 Apr 1799

Contents:
Indenture, lease and release:
(1) Isle Grant
(2) Robert Lowe and Rev. John Hildyard
(1) to (2)
Messuages and lands in Thorpe, Binbrooke and Thoresby, Lincs., purchased by (1) from Hall Clay and William Wright. (2) to sell lands and pay remainder of purchase money and (1)'s debts to R.L. and others. (2) to invest residue of purchase money for (1) and Ann his wife.
Sigs., seals of (1) and R.L. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/164/14  29 Mar 1811

Contents:
Will of Sarah Lee Lowe of Grant Grimsby, Lincs., spin., leaving real and personal estate to Robert Lowe and Isle Grant in trust to pay debts and to pay £700 to Maria Mason, natural daughter of Edward Richard Lowe, brother of Sarah, when she is 21 and remainder to Elizabeth Lowe, sister of Sarah, as directed.
Sig., seal of S.L.L.

[no title]  DD/SK/164/15  27 Feb 1804

Contents:
First Will and codicil (dated 5 Mar 1805) of Robert Lowe of Oxton, esq., leaving messuage and croft, goods, farm at Oxton and Calverton rented from William Sherbrooke; £1,000 legacy and £400 annuity to wife Ann, presentation to Bingham Church to son Robert; £2,000, as by marriage settlement to Samuel Oliver; £3,000, as by marriage settlement, to Isle Grant; and various legacies and annuities to his daughters Elizabeth Oliver and Ann Grant and his son Robert Lowe and others. Codicil leaves further £1,000 to wife Ann and parts of estates at Brassington, Derbs. and Binbrooke, Lincs., to son Robert.
Sigs., seals cut away.

[no title]  DD/SK/164/16  15 Feb 1821; pr.12 Dec 1822

Contents:
Copy of second Will and probate of Robert Lowe of Southwell, esq., leaving estates at Car Colston, Oxton, Calverton, Farnsfield and Blidworth and presentation to Bingham Church to son Robert; messuage in Southwell to his wife Ann for life then to Robert; £2,000 borrowed by Samuel Oliver to be paid to trustees of marriage settlement.
DD/SK/164/7 & 8): £3,000 borrowed by Isle Grant to be paid to trustees of marriage settlement (DD/SK/164/9 & 10); £7,500 owed by S.O. to R.L. and S.O. to pay £200 annuity to his wife Ann for life, then debt to be transferred to son Robert and I.G. in trust to pay interest to Elizabeth Oliver (daughter of R.L. and wife of S.O.); £11,000 owed by I.G. to R.L. to be transferred to son Robert and S.O. in trust to pay £1,000 to Ann wife of R.L.: £2,000 to Ann Grant (daughter of R.L. and wife of I.G.); interest on remaining £8,000 to I.G. and Ann for life and then principal to their children; residue and goods to Ann wife of R.L. for life, then to son Robert and Elizabeth Oliver and Ann Grant, his daughters.
Robert Lowe, his son, appointed sole exor.
Proved at Southwell. Parch. Tag, seal.

[no title]  DD/SK/164/17  15 Feb 1821; pr.16 May 1823

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of Robert Lowe, as above.
Proved at Canterbury.
Tag., seal. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/164/18  26 Oct 1831

Contents:
Abstract of Will of Rev. Reginald Pyndar of the Upper Hall, Ledbury, Herts., leaving The Upper Hall and contents to his wife Mary; £6,000 to his wife Mary and other legacies; remainder of estate, money and securities to trustees to pay £3,000 each to his daughters Elizabeth and Mary and interest on remainder to wife Mary for life; after her death remainder to be divided - 1/6th to daughter Katharine (widow of John Coape Sherbrooke) 1/6th to Robert Lowe and his wife Ellen (daughter of testator) and other 4/6th to his other daughters as directed.

[no title]  DD/SK/164/19  26 Oct 1831

Contents:
Abstract of Will of Rev. Reginald Pyndar as above.

[no title]  DD/SK/164/20  29 July 1845

Contents:
Affidavit of Ellen Lowe, late of Bingham now of Ledbury, Herefords, widow, re trust property of Rev. Robert Lowe dec'd (late husband of E.L.) in province of Canterbury.
Sig. of E.L.

Porter Wills and Settlements  DD/SK/165/1-10  1724-1772

[no title]  DD/SK/165/1  5 June 1724; pr.28 Mar 1729

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of Margaret Porter of Oxton, widow, leaving furniture to daughter Margaret Sherbrooke and son Richard Porter; £5 to daughter E.P.; £3 to poor of Oxton; residue of estate to Henry Sherbrooke and R.P., her sons. H.S. and R.P. exors.
Proved at Southwell.

[no title]  DD/SK/165/2  16 July 1724

Contents:
Affidavit of Hannah Chadbourne of burial in woollen of Margaret Porter of Oxton. Sworn before Christopher Seton of Epperston, rector.
Sig., seal of C.S.

[no title]  DD/SK/165/3  19 Apr 1729

Contents:
Copy of schedule of deeds delivered by Richard Porter to John Bury to secure £2,000. Receipt of J.B. at foot and note that on 9 May 1752 deeds were handed to Mr. Saville.

[no title]  DD/SK/165/4  20 May 1722; pr.29 June 1723

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of Henry Porter of Nottingham, gent., leaving £10 to his cousin Elizabeth Donisthorpe and residue to his brother Richard Porter, whom he appoints exor. Proved at York.
Tag., seal. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/165/5  11 Sept 1725

Contents:
Copy of Will of Catherine Porter of Stoke Newington, Mx., widow of Robert Porter dec'd, leaving tythes, glebes, messuages, and lands in Steeple Moredon, Cambs., leased from New College, Oxford and left in trust for C.P. by Will of William Nicholas, in trust for Thomas her eldest son; £400 to Robert her second son; £20 each to her sons Robert and Henry and her daughters Catherine and Margaret; residue to son Thomas. Thomas exor.

[no title]  DD/SK/165/6  21 Feb 1754

Contents:
Copy of Will of Thomas Porter of Little Shelford, Cambs., esq., leaving messuages and lands in Bingham, Car Colston, Granby, Nottingham, East Halton (Lincs.) and Godeby nr. Waltham (Leics.) to brother Robert Porter and sons, if none to brother Henry Porter and sons, if none to sister Catherine Porter and sons and if none to niece Catherine Osborne; estates in Steeple Morden, Cambs. held of New College, Oxford to wife Esther for life and then to Robert Porter; £100 each to Henry and Catherine Porter and Catherine Osborne; all monies due to T.P. to wife Esther. Esther Porter exor.

[no title]  DD/SK/165/7  16 June 1756; pr.16 Mar 1772

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of Catherine Porter of Arnold, spinster, leaving £600 to brother Robert Porter; 20 gns. to cousin Margaret Porter; 20 gns. to sister Esther Porter; £20 annuity to niece Catherine Bonnel: residue of estate and goods to brother Henry Porter. H.P. appointed exor. Proved at Canterbury.
Tag., seal. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/165/8  7 Apr 1767; pr 25 May 1769

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of Robert Porter of Hackney, Mx., leaving £4,000 to sister Catherine Porter; 3 leasehold messuages in Hounsditch and 1 leasehold messuage in Slaughter St., Spittlefields to Ann West for remainder of lease in trust to pay profits to Elizabeth Knaggs for life then to Henry Sherbrooke; £10 p.a. to Ann West for life if she carries out trusts; houses in Church St., Hackney and Upper Hummerton, Hackney, £220 Bank annuities and 2 houses in Spittlefields to be sold to meet legacies etc.; household goods to Catherine Porter; residue of estate to brother H.S. (formerly Porter). H.S. appointed exor. Proved at Canterbury.
Tag., seal. Parch.

[no title]  DD/SK/165/9  12 Dec 1749

Contents:
Deed poll, quitclaim:
(1) Elizabeth Porter of Arnold widow of Richard P., dec'd and exor. of his Will
(2) Henry Sherbrooke of Oxton, esq.
(1) to (2) all claim under Will of R.P. (1) covenants to indemnify (2) from any action which may arise from Will of R.P.
Sig., seal of (1)

[no title]  DD/SK/165/10  28 Jan 1754/5; pr.12 May 1755

Contents:
Copy of Will and probate of Elizabeth Porter of Arnold, widow, leaving silver to son Richard and rest of property to daughter Margaret.
M.P. exor. Proved at York.
Tag., seal. Parch.

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