RefNoJC/22/163
Alternative Reference numberJC/1340
TitleMortgage of a close called the Narr Richmond Field and two Little Crofts or Closes [Richmond, Handsworth]
DescriptionJohn Fowler of Richmond in the parish of Handsworth (Yorkshire), cutler; John Bright of Banner Crosse in the parish of Sheffield, gentleman; John Woodrove of Woodthorpe in the parish of Handsworth, gentleman.

An indenture dated 12th March 1711/12 is quoted, by which Joseph Ashmore of Sheffield, yeomen, in return for £69 received from John Bright, due from John Fowler, and £11 paid by John Bright to John Fowler leased to John Bright for the remainder of a term of nine hundred years the house in Richmond in which John Fowler dwells, a close called the Narr Richmond Field and two Little Crofts or Closes.

This land was mortgaged to John Bright by John Fowler in 1708, together with a tenement, a croft, the Lane Side Close, the Barley Close, the Nether Close, in Richmond , for £80.

All this property is now assigned to John Woodrove for £85 6s (principal and interest) paid to John Bright, and £14 4s paid to John Fowler.

Witnesses John Battie. William Battie.
Date18 Apr 1713
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LanguageEnglish
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