RefNoJC/5/81
Alternative Reference numberJC/472
TitleDeed of Bargain and Sale from William Bullok of Norton, Derbyshire, esquire to Nichollas (sic) Stones of Himsworth in Norton, lead merchant, of all and all 'manner of tythes' of corn, sheaves and blade of corn, hay, 'money for tythe,' wool, lamb, woods, herbage [the right of pasture on another person’s land], etc., belonging to the rectory of Norton, arising out of lands of him the said Nichollas Stones
DescriptionDate: 6 Oct in the 14th year of Charles II, 1662.

Blackstocks Old Storth, Litle Sowter Croft (formerly the inheritance of Edward Gill), land in Whisnow and Newfield (formerly the inheritance of Anthony Urton), a messuage in the occupation of Thomas Hudson and closes called Cockshutt Meadow, Junfield or Jimfield, Nether North Croft, Well Croft, Junfield Lane containing together about 44 acres, and all common of pasture and balks, in the ground of him the said Nichollas Stones theretofore enclosed in Whisnow and Newfield; and one encroachment made by the said Nichollas upon the waste at Maggerhae ; the said tythes being sometime parcel of the possessions of the then late dissolved monastery of Beauchief [Beauchief Abbey] and since the dissolution were of John Bullok, esquire, deceased, father to the said William Bullok, and he obtained the same of the grant of Richard Robertes and George Tyte of London gentlemen, by deed enrolled in Chancery, which said rectory was to be holden of His Majesty, as of the manor of East Greenwich, Kent, by fealty only, in free and common soccage, and not in capite nor by knights service.

Witnesses : Fran (?) Barker, Joseph Stones, Sarah Bullok, Jo Frode.
Date6 Oct 1662
Extent1 item
LanguageEnglish
AccessStatusOpen
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