RefNoJC/5/57
Alternative Reference numberJC/720
TitleDeed declaring the trusts of a post nuptial marriage settlement by John Blyth alias Rotherham of Norton, Derbyshire, yeoman, by way of a jointure, for his daughter-in-law Dorothy, daughter of Thomas Bossevile the father, of Brewell [?Braithwell], Yorkshire, who had married John Blyth eldest son of the said John Blyth alias Rotherham ...
Description... and in consideration of £150 then already paid by John Bossevile the father to John Blyth alias Rotherham it was covenanted and agreed that a messuage in Aston alias Cold Aston [Coal Aston], Derbyshire, where William Johnson then dwelt, with all landes, meadows etc and a cottage, in the tenure of Anthony White; and two closes called Collin Feildes, three closes called Riddinges, one close called the close under the hill, one other close called the [ - ] in Aston alias Cold Aston ; also his cheife messuage or mansion house, with the appurtenances, in Norton then in the occupation of John Blyth alias Rotherham, and all the lands and grounds to the same, and the closes called Over Bentes alias Beast Hills, Long Bentes alias Beast Hills, Storres, Mager Hay Meadowe, Fligge Hay Meadowe, Pittes, Cowclose, New Close, and Great Bentes, should be transferred by feoffment to Thomas Bossvile the father, John Frechwell of Maltby, Yorkshire, gentleman, Thomas Bosvile the son, Edward Gill and Godfrey Froggatt as trustees of the settlement; and held by them upon certain uses or trusts, which are set out at length, and in which the following names of persons occur, namely ; Alice then wife of John Blyth alias Rotherham, William Blyth second son of the last named John, John Blyth deceased brother to William Blyth deceased late father of the said John Blyth alias Rotherham, William Blyth deceased son and heir of Richard Blyth who was brother to the said William Blyth deceased father of John Blyth alias Rotherham, John Blyth second son of Richard Blyth deceased.

Date: 12 Jan in the 16th year of Charles I, 1640.

Witnesses : Thomas Kent, Phillip Humbacke, Thomas Cartlidge, William Blythe, Richard Gillat, T Wright, I Arthur, [ - ] Statham.

Notes : a memorandum endorsed states that this deed was produced to Thomas Bosvile clerk, at a commission held at Sheffield 9 Oct 1701, see JC/711.
Date12 Jan 1640 - 1641
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LanguageEnglish
AccessStatusOpen
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