Alternative Reference numberJC/636
TitleIndenture of Settlement made between John Bullocke of Darleighe [Darley], Derbyshire, esquire of the one part and Sir Henry Fanshawe of Ware Park, Hertfordshire, knight, 'the Kings Highnes' Remembrancer of the Exchequer' and Thomas Fanshawe of Jenkins, Essex, esquire 'his Majesty's Auditor of the Duchye of Lancaster in the north parts' [Duchy of Lancaster] of the other part; on the then intended marriage of the said John Bullocke with Katherine, the second daughter of Thomas Fanshawe then late of Ware Parke aforesaid esquire deceased, late Remembrancer of the late Queen Elizabeth in the said Exchequer, and sister of the said Sir Henry and Thomas Fanshawe. The settled property included the capital mansion house, and site of the then late dissolved monastery of Darleigh, the manor of Grenehill [Greenhill], and Norton Hall
DescriptionDate: 1 May in the 6th year of James I, 1608.

In the description of which, the following names of persons and places occur; namely, Robert Holland, William Bate, Little Norton, Henry Maure, Anthony Maure, Heynor [Heanor] Derbyshire, William Stevens, John Baggelye, Thomas Bourne, Lawrence Brearelye, Quarne alias Quarnedon [Quarndon], John Walker, Thomas Walker, widow Boote, Derby, Darleighe, Marketon [Markeaton], Markworth [Mackworth], Alestree [Allestree], Greenehill [Greenhill], Norton, Bradway, Birchett, Woodcytes [Woodseats], Beauchieffe [Beauchief], Little Lees, Little Norton, Dronfield, Duffeld [Duffield], Burlye, Hoyner [Heanor], Blackwell, Hillcoates, Newton.

Witnesses: William Fanshawe, Edward Boraston, Jo Halilie, Thomas Handson.

Notes: this document is executed only by the Fanshawes, and evidently there was a counterpart executed by John Bullocke.
Date1 May 1608
Extent1 item
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