RefNoOD/1074, 1075
TitleSettlement and counterpart
Description<head>Scope and Content</head><p>Richard Banaster of Barnoldsweke Cootes in Craven, gentleman, and Thomas, his son and heir, to John Hamerton of le Pele in Craven, esquire, and William Myddylton of Longthwhayte (co. Westmoreland), gentleman. The capital messuage called Barnoldisweke Cootes of an annual value of £4 13s. 4d. formerly belonging to the manor of Christall (Kirkstall) and then to Arthur Darcy, knight, deceased, from whom it was acquired by Richard Banaster, messuages in Thorneton in Craven of an annual value of 38s. 4d., 16d and 6s. 8d., a cottage in the same place of an annual value of 2s. 2d., messuages in Cononley of an annual value of 16s., 10s. 2d., 10s. 8d., 16s., and 6s. 6d., and a cottage in the same place of an annual value of 2s. 0d., and all their property in Ivall, Langill, Hultwhayte, Cansefelde, Preston in Amoundernesse, Rawcliffe, Longton, Penwartham, Chaygheton, and Goosener (co. Lancashire), formerly the inheritance of William Clyton of Ballum, deceased. To the uses stated in the attached schedule: that Hamerton and Myddylton stand and be seized of the property in Barnoldisweke Cootes and Cononley to the use of Richard Banaster for his life, then to the use of Rauffe (son of Thomas son of Richard) and his heirs male, remainder to Richard (2nd son of Richard) and his heirs male, remainder to Alan (3rd son of Richard) and his heirs male, and a final remainder to the right heirs of Richard; and that they should stand and be seised of all the property in Thorneton in Craven and all the other property in Lancashire to the use of Richard the father for his life, and then to the use of Thomas and his heirs male, remainder to Rauffe and his heirs male, with following remainders as in the first half of the property.</p>
Date23 Oct 1573
LanguageEnglish
English
Latin
Latin
AccessStatusOpen
LevelItem
    Powered by CalmView© 2008-2024