Alternative Reference numberJC/625 and JC/627
TitleIndentures of Lease and Release between Edward Haigh of Thornehill [Thornhill], Derbyshire, gentleman and Joseph Haigh his son and heir apparent of the one part and Richard Torr of Castleton, Derbyshire, gentlemen of the other part; whereby the said Edward and Joseph Haigh granted, enfeoffed and confirmed unto the said Richard Torr, four messuages in Castleton with lands
DescriptionDate: 29 - 30 Mar in the 4th year of James II, 1688.

The following names of persons and places occur ; namely, Edmund Hall, John Barber, The Yard, John Dakeyne of Castleton, yeoman, The Acre lying by the Town Ditch of Castleton, Robert Dakeyne of Castleton yeoman, Rowland Eyre of Hassoppe [Hassop, Derbyshire] esquire, Cornicroft, Anne Pointon of Castleton widow, Banke, William Eyre of Highlow esquire, Benjamin Ashton of Hathersedge [Hathersage, Derbyshire], gentleman, parish church of Castleton, Beanhill End, Edward Bennett of Castleton yeoman, Henry Slacke of Castleton blacksmith, Spittlecrosse, Willowbush, Cunningree End, Harpur Lands, Gospell Knowle, Furlonge, Christopher Stavely of Castleton gentleman, Howesitch Tongue, Robert Hall of Castleton yeoman, Thomas Gascoigne of Barnebowe Yorkshire, esquire, Robinlandes, William Mills of Castleton taylor, Further Shutt End, Sarah Mellor of Pointon [Poynton], (Cheshire) widow, Silcocke, John Timme the younger of Loosehill [? Lose Hill, Edale, Derbyshire], yeoman, Francis Barber of Castleton yeoman, John Moorewood of Offerton Derbyshire esquire, Henry Eyre of Castleton yeoman, Over Shutt, Ellis Howe of Castleton yeoman, Well Landes, Kilne Landes, John Tymme the elder of Loosehill yeoman, Wymeing Feild, Arkehill Carr, The Hole, Burndend, Neather Hallom Pingle, Nicholas Kirke of Loosehill yeoman, Mamsitch Feild, Edale, Hacbutts, Greetylands, Humphrey Barber of Castleton yeoman, Long Lands in Mamsitch Feild, Neather Gorbroodes, New Hall Barn, Old Kill, New Hall Orchard, Jumboe Close, Highbrinke, John Hall of Castleton gentleman, Roger Hall of Castleton yeoman, Crookedrood and Cowesitch.

The covenants are lengthy and the covenant for title refers to a deed of 30 Charles II [1678], to which Edmund Hall the elder of Hollins, Castleton was a party.

Witnesses : Tho Legh, Chr Staveley, Charles Baker, Tho Charlesworth, Char Potts.
Date29 - 30 Mar 1688
Extent2 items
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