Alternative Reference numberJC/831
TitleAbstract of Title (1523 - 1711) to a capital messuage and lands at Ford Collin, Hays Rushop, in the parish of Chapel en le Frith in Peak Forest, Derbyshire belonging to Samuel Bagshaw
Description(a) Feoffment from Richard Vernon of Hasilbach Derbyshire, to Godfrey Foljambe, Robert Makersley, William Bagshaw and Christopher Gardyner of lands in Foorth in Chapel en le Frith, Bowden, Casilton [Castleton], Bradwell and Hope to the use of Richard Vernon, his son, [8 Sep 1523] vigil of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

(b) Indenture between Francis Vernon of Tideswell gentleman, and Anthony Creswell of the Ford in the parish of Chapel en le Frith yeoman, whereby the former sold to the latter lands and tenements in Ford and Chapel en le Frith, 25 Aug in the 38th year of Elizabeth [1596]

(c) Indenture between Anthony Creswell of Ford and Nicholas Creswell his son and heir, and Francis Bradshaw of Bradshaw, relating to a marriage between Nicholas Creswell and Lucy Bradshaw sister of the above, and the conveyance of a messuage and appurtenances in Ford to Geo. Bowden junior of Bowden and John Wilson of Bradshaw, yeoman, for the use of Anthony Creswell, with remainder to the children of the marriage, or to Geo. Bowden of Bowden and Geo. Bradshaw of London merchant taylor, in trust for them, or to Francis Creswell, son of Anthony Creswell, and to his sons James and Francis, 24 Sep in the 19th year of James I [1621]

(d) Indenture between Nicholas Creswell of Ford gentleman, Lucy his wife and Barbara their daughter and John Bretland of Thorncliff, Cheshire, gentleman and Peter Ashe of Bradshaw Hall, yeoman, whereby the former granted to the latter the messuage at Ford with appurtenances, together with five cottages, a burgage and croft, and closes of land known as the Collin Hay, 1 Jun 1647

(e) Deed Poll reciting the above transaction, which was for the purpose of levying a fine, and that John Bretland and Peter Ashe regranted the above premises to Nicholas Creswell, 20 Sep 1647.

(f) Indenture of Feoffment between James Creswell of Hardwicke in the parish of Coreswall, Staffordshire, Francis Creswell and Ralph Creswell brothers, Lucy Creswell widow of Nicholas Creswell, Barbara Creswell, and Robert Ashton of Stony Middleton [Stoney Middleton, Derbyshire], yeoman, whereby the former sold to the latter for £1040 the messuages, etc. in Ford and Chapel-en-le-Frith, 16 Apr 1648

(g) Indenture between Robert Ashton of Stony Middleton gentleman, and Wm Bagshaw of Great Hucklow, recording the sale to the latter for £1,300, of the messuage called Ford, a messuage in Chapel- en-le-Frith, parcels of land called Shoe Broad and the Sitch in Malcalfe alias Ford Field, and a herbage farm called Whiteside, 22 Jan in the 14th year of Charles II [1662 - 1663].

(h) Receipt for the above consideration of £1,300, 30 Jun 1663

(i) Indenture of Lease and Release between William Bagshawe of Ford eldest son of William Bagshawe, and Henry Kirk of Martinside in the parish of Chapel-en-le-Frith, yeoman and Nicholas Bagshaw, joiner, whereby the former sold to the latter the messuage, etc., called Ford or Malcalfe and a farm at Hargate Wall Hill or Wormhill, Derbyshire with land formerly in the tenure of John Moorwood, clerk, another messuage then in the possession of Henry Bagshaw, and lands then in the tenure of Geo Bower, Robert Bower and Robert Smith ; lands in Kempsil and Rushop, and a Burgage in Chapel en le Frith then in the tenure of John Lomas to the use of Agnes the wife of William Bagshaw and Samuel Bagshaw his son and heir, as jointure and inheritance, 13 - 14 Oct 1679

(j) Indenture between William Bagshaw of Ford, Richard Bagshaw of Castleton and Chas Potts, containing a covenant to levy a fine for the purpose of docking the estate tail in the messuage, etc., late in the possession of Saml Bagshaw and then of Wm Bagshaw in Ford with fields, etc., specified by name, Calfcroft Pringle, Lowerfield, Middle Field, Upper Hay, Lower Hay, Lower Cowhey, Upper Cowhey, Malcalfe, Upper Swine Green, Lower Swine Green, Moss Pasture, Collin Hayes, lands called Russop or Whiteside, inclosures in Green Fairfield in the tenure of Henry and William Swinscow, lands in Losehill, buildings, etc., in the occupation of Hugh Palfreyman, George Thornhill of Hargate Wall, Richard Alsop senior, Anthony Buxton, Jarvis Smith, Wm Bagshaw, Francis Thomason, Ellis Needham and Robert Needham, land called Hemsall, improved land called Lower Greenlow, closes called Bolehill, Tom Moor, Tom Moor Top, Swire Green, Colbron, all lying in the High Peak Forest, Green Fairfield, Chapel en le Frith, Tideswell and Hope to the use of Charles Potts until a recovery should be obtained, 1 Jun 1713

(k) Fine, Charles Potts plaintiff and William Bagshaw deforciant of the above lands, Trinity Term 10 Anne [1711]

(l) Recovery suffered by Charles Potts against Richard Bagshaw, plaintiff, Charles Potts tenant and William Bagshaw being vouchees of the above lands, 1711

Paper, 8 sheets.
Date[18th cent]
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