RefNoJC/4/57
Alternative Reference numberJC/262
TitleSurrender and Admittance, extracted from the court rolls of the manor of Norton (Derbyshire), relating to a Great Court held on the above date, before Thomas Chaworth knight, lord of the said manor, when came John Wodehous and surrendered into the hands of the lord, a croft called Cokhagh which he held of the lord, at Norton, for a term of twenty years, to the use of William Blyth of Norton; whereupon the said William Blyth came and took of the lord the said croft, to hold to him and his assigns from that date, to the end of a term of forty two years then next ensuing and fully to be completed; paying meanwhile to the lord annually twenty pence, at the times usual there; and the said William was admitted tenant and he paid to the lord a fine, to the clerk a penny and to the beadle a penny.
DescriptionDate: 24 Apr in the 7th year of Edward IV.

Vellum: one skin.
Date24 Apr [1467]
Extent1 item
LanguageLatin
AccessStatusOpen
LevelItem
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