RefNoJC/4/93
Alternative Reference numberJC/688
TitleCharter confirming a grant from Thomas Barten of Woodceyts Dale [Woodseats Dales] in the parish of Norton, Derbyshire, tanner to John Parker of Little Norton, yeoman, of a half share of and in a messuage or tenement in Little Norton, with all lands, closes, woods etc in Little Norton and Norton, then or then lately in the tenure or occupation of the said John Parker
DescriptionDate: 13 Jun in the 29th year of Elizabeth, 1587.

Namely, a close called Hoth land, 2 acres 3 roods of arable land lying in a field there called Highstorth, a close of arable land called Lyard Land Close, a close called Holestorth, a close called Pingle lying near Lowhedge Yate [Lowedges], 3 acres of land lying in a field called Shepley, 4 acres of land lying in a field called Lowhedge, 3 acres of pasture lying in the common fields of little Norton, a rood of arable land lying in a close there called Ley, two closes there called Moscarrs [Moss Car], one other close called Leagh, one wood called Johnsettwood and six closes of meadow and pasture called Johnsettwood Closes adjoining the same wood, and all easements whatsoever with the said messuage usually enjoyed; all which the said Thomas Barten had, from the feoffment of Anthony Babington then late of Dethick, Derbyshire, esquire.

The said Thomas appointed Jasper Fyssher and William Foxe his attorneys to give possession and seisin.

Witnesses : Frauncis Babington, Robert Holland, George Myrfyn, John Mycok, Thomas Farnehill, John Valyaunce, William Mawre, William Rawlynson, Thomas Byggen, Richard Grene, Ellis Bradbery, Philip Gille, Leonard Gill, Robert Brownell.

Vellum: one skin, a thick red seal bears the head and shoulders of, probably, a woman with the letters I and M on each side, apparently not armorial
Date13 Jun 1587
Extent1 item
LanguageLatin
AccessStatusOpen
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