RefNoJC/6/7
Alternative Reference numberJC/488
TitleDeed Poll by way of Marriage Settlement, whereby Peter Dickonson the eldest of Claworth Nottinghamshire, yeoman, on the intended marriage of his son and heir apparent Peter Dickonson the youngest with Sarah daughter and heir of William Lacy of Ganesburgh, [Gainsborough] Lincolnshire, gentleman ...
Description... granted to the said William Lacy gentleman William Darwynne of Cletham, Lincolnshire, gentleman and William Dickons of Retford Nottinghamshire, gentleman, all those his lands, tenements, meadows, pastures, feedings, closes, commons, commodities and appurtenances whatsoever; situate in Claworth or in "the feildes, precinctes, and territories" of the same, which he purchased of Nicholas his brother of Claworth, and were particularly mentioned in a certain " scedull or terroll indented and fyxed to an indenture thereof " from the said Nicholas Dickonson the brother and Peter the son and heir apparent of Nicholas to the settlor ; and also all those lands etc in Claworth and in Woodhouse near Claworth, which the settlor had in mortgage from his brother Nicholas; and likewise " one Winde Mill," with the appurtenances, situate in " Gringley upponn the Hill" Nottinghamshire,, then in the tenure of the settlor; to the use of Peter Dickonson the settlor's son for life, with remainder to the heirs of his body by Sarah and in default for his right heirs for ever, to be held of the chief lord etc.

Date: 9 Apr in the 8th year of Charles I, 1632.

Witnesses: William Humbartey, William Saunder-son, Thomas Fye, Edm Nicholson, Robert Storr, William Gabitus and others.
Date9 Apr 1632
Extent1 item
LanguageEnglish
AccessStatusOpen
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