Alternative Reference numberJC/647
TitleIndenture of Bargain and Sale between John Parker of Norton Lees, Derbyshire, esquire of the 1st part, John Bullocke of Darlye [Darley], Derbyshire, esquire of the 2nd part and Edward Deane and Henry Spencer gentlemen of the 3rd part regarding land in Norton ...
Descriptionwhereby John Parker, in consideration of three hundred and three score pounds paid by John Bullocke, granted to him a messuage called Cliffe Feild in Norton aforesaid, and a cottage there in the occupation of James Wardell and Stephen Bamforth; one croft on the backside of the said messuage; two closes called Cliffe Feild Closes; one close called The Meadow, on the backside of a barn belonging to the said messuage; all that spring or wood ground called Smithie Wood; two closes called Nether East Cliffe Feilds; three closes called Little Brome Fieldes; two closes (then divided), being the two upper parts of a close called Wheelehouse Close, lying towards the south; and one close called Wheelehouse Meadow, to the use of John Bullocke his heirs and assigns for ever.

The covenants are lengthy, including one that the freehold title may be perfected by a recovery action; and also one not to break down the bank of the river or water goite, in the bottom of Wheelehouse Meadow; and a schedule is annexed containing particulars of certain lands of John Parker, excepted from the sale to John Bullock. In the covenant and schedule the following names of persons and places occur; namely, Mary wife of the said John Parker, Robert Barnes, John Barnes, Robert Eyre, two cottages called Smythies, Hyley Mylne [?Heeley], a water whele [water wheel] for Lees Broke, Drye Meadow, Wet Meadow, Garlicke Wheele.

Date: 28 Nov in the 6th year of James I, 1608.

Witnesses: John Clay, Godfrey Clay, Ri Reyner, Thomas Henderson.
Date28 Nov 1608
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