Alternative Reference numberJC/459
TitleDeed of Surrender by John Alleyne the elder and John Alleyne the younger of Norton, Derbyshire, yeomen to John Bullok of Darleigh [Darley], Derbyshire esquire, of their interest in two closes called the Healds, and another close which was parcel of a close called Berkenfield including a lane on the north of the Berkenfield, all of which belonged to a farm or tenement, which Edmund West by an indenture of lease of 25th September 10 Elizabeth [1568] had let with other properties to John Low of Woodseats, carpenter for 800 years, at a yearly rent of 20s 2d and one hen.
DescriptionDate: 26 Mar in the 21st year of James I, 1623.

The entire property consisted of a messuage called Houlmhurst in Woodseats Dale then in the tenure of John Low and of 'meadowes, pastures, feedings and commons,' and at the time of the present indenture was vested in the Alleynes, father and son, with reversion to John Bullok. Also John Alleyne senior and John Alleyne junior granted to John Bullok free liberty to bring the river running by the side of Berkenfield into the close, through the lower end of a close of the Alleynes adjoining, and to enter their lands to fish any part of the river there.

Witnesses: John Bullock, Thomas Bullocke, Godfrey Frogat, Thomas Ball, Jo Rodgers.
Date26 Mar 1623
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