Alternative Reference numberJC/692
TitleIndenture of Lease from Ann Parker of Little Norton [Derbyshire], widow to William Parker the younger of Jordanthorpe, Norton [Derbyshire] husbandman, of the hall or firehouse of the mansion or messuage-house of William Parker, yeoman then deceased, late husband of the said Ann Parker, in Little Norton aforesaid
DescriptionDate: 24 Mar in the 36th year of Charles II, 1683.

Witnesses: Robert Parker, James Bate, William Bull.

Excepting way and passage to and for Edward Parker son and heir apparent of the said William Parker late owner thereof, when the said Edward Parker and his family should thereafter have occasion to make use thereof; that was to say, by, over, and through the said hall or firehouse, to and from the new parlour and kitchen there, with the entry leading into the said hall or firehouse and the parlour, on the southside of the hall; the chambers over the hall, parlour and entry, and the milkhouse and buttery adjoining to the said hall; the moiety of the stable, standing on the southside of the 'fould,' the moiety of the kitchen, the moiety of the 'threshing floare' of the barn, and the moiety of the fouldes, curtlages, gardens etc; for a term of twenty one years, at a yearly rent of £19 10s 0d. Covenant by Ann Parker to allow all military taxes, such as might be levied upon the said demised premises by act of parliamant, for the use and service of His Majesty; and also to defray her part of the charge of finding a foot soldier in arms and pay, at the respective musters, during the said term; and also to pay her proportion of the chief rent charged upon the demised premises.

Notes : for firehouse see JC/691, the field-names there mentioned also occur in this lease.
Date24 Mar 1683 - 1684
Extent1 item
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