RefNoJC/5/125
Alternative Reference numberJC/672
TitleIndenture of lease from Edward Parker of Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire, gentleman, to William Parker of Little Norton, Derbyshire, yeoman, of a messuage or tenement with all outbuildings etc and appurtenances, situate in Little Norton ...
Description... then in the occupation of the said William Parker; and all the closes, crofts, pastures, meadows or mowing ground, coppice, wood etc, and hereditaments occupied therewith; and also a cottage, croft, orchard etc in Little Norton, then in the occupation of Joseph Parker; reserving timber, with the right to enter with horses, oxen, carts, waines, and other carriages; and 'to fall, cutt down, stockup, saw, coard, coale, make saw-pitts, get turfe and soile for coaleing, worke up, take and carry away' etc; not hurting standing corn or mowing grass, leaving nevertheless sufficient wood and tynsell for the necessary repairs of the demised premises; for seven years from the 25 Mar then next, at a yearly rent of £40 10s 0d. The covenants contain (inter alia) one by the lessor, to pay the duty for such part of the said premises as were held of the manor of Tickill.

Date: 20 Nov in the 7th year of William III, 1695.

Witnesses: Joseph Ranby, Fran Parkes.

Notes : this lease would expire 25 Mar 1703, and on its expiration the lessor granted a lease of the same premises, at the same rent, for fourteen years to Joshua Calton, see JC/670. Tynsell is an obsolete word meaning brushwood for fencing. See Oxford Dictionary, also JC/670 where the word is spelt tincell.
Date20 Nov 1695
Extent1 item
LanguageEnglish
AccessStatusOpen
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