Alternative Reference numberJC/727
TitleIndenture of Bargain and Sale between John Bullock of Derleigh [Darley], Derbyshire esquire and Thomas Stringer of Himsworth in the parish of Norton, Derbyshire, gentleman, whereby the said John Bullock, in consideration of £40 10s 0d, granted to the said Thomas Stringer his heirs and assigns for ever, all and all manner of tithes etc, being parcel or of right belonging to the said John Bullock as rector of Norton, and arising out of the messuage, buildings, lands, tenements and hereditaments of him the said Thomas Stringer; such tithes having belonged to the then dissolved monastery of Beauchief [Beauchief Abbey], and were granted at such dissolution to the said John Bullock by Richard, Robert and George Tyte of London by an indenture of grant, enrolled in chancery, dated the 1st March, in the 4th year James I; and which had been granted to them by Royal Letters Patent dated the 8th February in the same year.
DescriptionDate: 18 Feb in the 19th year of James I, 1621.

In the covenant for warranty of title, John Bullock refers to his brothers Francis Bullock and Henry Bullock.

Witnesses: Phillippe Gill, James Bate, God Frogat, John Rodgers.
Date18 Feb 1621
Extent1 item
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