Description<head>Scope and Content</head><p>Sir Archibald Grant, of Moneymusk in that part of Great Britain called Scotland, to Richard Bagshaw of Wormhill (co. Derby), esquire, William Bagshaw of the Inner Temple and John Bagshaw of Castleton (co. Derby), esquire. That Sir Archibald will defend and keep harmless Richard, William and John Bagshaw from all claims and demands on account of the payment of certain dividends, or an account of £500 lent on a bond, or on account of forty fothers of lead, part of the estate of Charles Potts and certain other sums, for which Richard Bagshaw, father of Richard Bagshaw, party to the deed, was held liable as executor of Charles Potts of Castleton who died in 1725, the other executor being testator&apos;s daughter Anne Potts who afterwards married Sir Archibald Grant; giving details of proceedings brought by Sir Archibald against Bagshaw.</p>
Date3 Jul 1750
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