Alternative Reference numberJC/689
TitleIndenture of Settlement between John Parker the elder of Little Norton, Derbyshire, yeoman of the one part and Gabriell Parker of Hymesworth in Great Norton and Thomas Parker of Holmesfield [Dronfield, Derbyshire], yeoman of the other part, whereby all those messuages or tenements, cottages, houses, edifices, buildings, orchards, gardens, foulds, yards, arable lands, meadows, etc. situate in Little Norton and Great Norton then or then late in the holding of John Parker the elder and of George Parker his brother, were settled ...
Descriptionas to a moiety or half part, to the use of John Parker the elder for life, with remainder to John Parker the younger 'eldest sonne of him the said John the feoffor' his heirs and assigns for ever; except and reserved to and for Anne then wife of the said John Parker the settlor, one parlour and one chamber in the then mansion house of the said John 'meete and fitt for hir the said Anne to lodge and dwell in, with free egresse' etc; one close commonly called Wall Storth ; one other close called Long Storth; one other close called Thissle Storth; one other close called Broom Storth, and one other close commonly called Pigman Crofte, which said parlour, chamber and closes should, from and after the decease of the said John Parker the elder, remain and be for the said Anne 'in name of her joynture or dower'; and after her death to the said John Parker the younger; and as to the other moiety or half part, to the use of the said John Parker the feoffor, until John Parker the younger married; and on the death of John Parker the feoffor or the marriage of John Parker the younger, the same moiety to go to John the younger.

Date: 24 Nov in the 4th year of Charles I, 1628.

Witnesses: William Mower, George Parker, Wilam (sic) Parker, Ralph Landsall.
Date24 Nov 1628
Extent1 item
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