RefNoJC/5/135
Alternative Reference numberJC/633
TitleIndenture of Enfranchisement and Sale between Sir Philip Gell of Hopton, Derbyshire, baronet and Dame Elizabeth his wife, and Robert Scholler of Great Rowsley in the parish of Bakewell [Derbyshire], gentleman, whereby the former as lord of the manor of Hope, in consideration of £300, enfranchised certain copyhold messuages, lands and tenements, formerly in the possession of John Hall deceased of Goosehill in the parish of Castleton [Derbyshire] and Dorothy his wife, Enoch Ellott and Elizabeth his wife and Tristram Ridgeway, gentleman, and surrendered by them to John Plumer of Blacksware, Hertfordshire, esquire, and by him at a Court Baron of Hope, 27 Feb, 1711-12 to Robert Scholler.
DescriptionDate: 4 Mar in the 10th year of Anne, 1711.

A chief rent of one shilling yearly and suit of court at the Court Baron of Hope were reserved. The property is fully described, and the following place-names occur: Nearer Croft, Farr Croft, Broad Arrowhead, Hard Meadowend, Stevenclose, Astonfeild, Outfall, Elston Close, Heywards Meadows, Owlerr Carr, Hayes, Farbroughshipp, Emmcroft, White Lee, Reape Flatt, Oldfeild Oldfeild Gate, an outfall in Fitchettfield, Over Marstons, Bean Butts, Pitts Meadows, Howbrookeside, Heathcotts Croft, Nether Marston, Holme Bank, Brooke Furlong, Ox Meadow, Ecclesend, Honey Spotts, Appletree Furlong, Saltwood Furlong, Long Meadowhead, Long Meadow Causey, Hassop, a sellion on the Hagh Greene, Long Lee, Astonfeild, Great and Little Fulwood Feilds, Crofts in Hope, Shepley Chartledge; also the following personal names: John Hall, Ralph Bocking, Thomas Gascoyne. By the same deed Sir Philip Gell covenanted to convey to Robert Scholler an old building at Kill Croft, formerly in the occupation of John Paramore senior, and later divided into tenements in the occupation of Christopher Bocking, Reginald Hollingworth, and John Burdekin, together with an "olde thackt barne" and certain pieces of land lying in the common fields and here described, which were formerly held by John Paramore senior, John Paramore his son and John Hall, at a yearly rent. Further place-names: Hall Greene, Duglidge Furlong, Bents, Deepehomeyate, Cornell Pingle, Rowsons Sheepley, Emmcroft, Sourebutts, Killhillcroft, Gib Knowles, Redflatt, Morne Acre, Nickohay, Elston, Hayes, Crooked Rood, Castleton Close Side, Crabtree.

Witnesses: Tho Bagshaw, Ant Buxton, Ralph Smith, Edw Brock.
Date4 Mar 1711 - 1712
Extent1 item
LanguageEnglish
AccessStatusOpen
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