RefNoJC/5/99
Alternative Reference numberJC/569
TitleIndenture of Agreement for a marriage settlement, between Thomas Brailesford of Heignor alias Heinor in the parish of Hault Hucknall [Ault Hucknall], Derbyshire, gentleman and Phoebe his wife of the one part and John Stuffyn junior of Hopton, [Derbyshire], gentleman and Henry Brailesford of Doncaster [Yorkshire], gentleman of the other part.
DescriptionDate: 30 May in the 24th year of Charles II, 1672.

The parties of the first part covenanted to convey to the parties of second part by fine, certain messuages and lands in Chesterfield and Newbold [Derbyshire], the dower of Phoebe Brailesford; and other messuages and lands in Heignor. The former were to be sold by them to pay a debt due to German Pole of Radborne, Derbyshire, gentleman and to revoke a lease made to him given as security by Thomas Brailesford on the Heinor lands and dated 13 Apr 20 Charles II [1668], in consideration of which the Heinor lands were to be settled on Thomas and Phoebe with certain reversions to the latter. The properties are fully described and the following names occur in connection with the Heinor property; namely, Penelope Brailesford widow, Robert Parsons, Pitt Fields, Narr Pittfield, Broome Pittfield, Broad Pittfield, Little Pittfield, Long Pittfield, Broad Meadow, Oat Close; and in connection with the Chesterfield and Newbold properties, Henry Ward, James Lunne, Coate Closes, Butts, Crabtree Closes.

Witnesses : Ja Webster, Geo White, Will Newton, Will Newton junior.
Date30 May 1672
Extent1 item
LanguageEnglish
AccessStatusOpen
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