Description<head>Scope and Content</head><p>William Bullok of Norton, esquire, to Nicholas Stones of Himsworth in the parish of Norton, lead merchant. All tithes of corn, sheaves and blade of corn, hay, money for tithe hay, wool and lamb, woods, herbage and all other tithes belonging to the Rectory of Norton, growing on the lands of Nicholas, and which belong to Bullock as of his Rectory of Norton (properties named in detail), parcel of the late dissolved monastery of Beauchief and obtained by John Bullok, father of William by a grant of Richard Roberts and George Tyte of London; to be held of the King as of his manor of East Greenwich, by fealty only and not in capite; for £30.</p>
Date6 Oct 1662
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