RefNoJC/5/105
Alternative Reference numberJC/572
TitleIndenture of Agreement, declaring the uses of a fine, between Thomas Trickett of Cold Aston Moreside [Coal Aston] in the parish of Dronfeild [Dronfield], Derbyshire felmonger and Anne his wife, and Joseph Bradbury of Gleadlesse [Gleadless] in the parish of Handsworth, Yorkshire, sheather of the one part, and Richard Woodrove of Woodthorpe in the parish of Handsworth, yeoman of the other part
DescriptionDate: 10 Jun in the 30th year of Charles II, 1678.

The parties of the first part agreed to convey by fine to the parties of the second part, a moiety of two messuages and two cottages at Aston alias Cold Aston, in the occupation of Thomas Trickett, William Woodhouse, John Banes and Godfrey Haslam, and of certain closes called 'the close under the Hill,' Broom Hill, Bents, Stanifeilds, Hallows, Easte Hill Flatt, Create Close under the Hill, and Little Hallows, to the use of Thomas Trickett and Anne his wife during the life of the latter, and after her death one moiety of the said moiety to the use of Thomas Trickett and his heirs, and the other moiety to the use of Joseph Bradbury and his heirs.

Witnesses: Edward Wood, James Hoole, James Lee.
Date10 Jun 1678
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LanguageEnglish
AccessStatusOpen
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