Description<head>Scope and Content</head><p>Richard Bagshaw of Wormhill, esquire, eldest son and heir of Richard Bagshaw, late of Oakes, and William Bagshaw of the Inner Temple, to William Sitwell of Renishaw. Messuage, lands and tithes granted to William Bagshaw (acting on behalf of Richard Bagshaw deceased), by Henry Johnston&apos;s deed of 18th June, 1737, i.e. Haslehurst farm and other property in Norton; and also reserved yearly rents and fee farm rents issuing out of the Commons and waste ground of Fairfield called the Blake Edge, Mellor Moor, Little Hucklow, Bowdon Edge in the parish of Chappel, Brownside in Glossop (described in detail), and messuages in Mellor, granted to Bagshaw by Thomas Chetham of Mellor; and messuages in Chesterfield and Whittington and lands etc., in Greenhill, Brimington and Whittington; for £2,700, for terms of 1,000 and 500 years at a peppercorn rent. Excepting £2,000 left out of these properties under the will of Richard Bagshaw, deceased, father of the said Richard, party hereto and by certain other recited deeds.</p>
Date14 Oct 1755
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