RefNoOD/28, 704, 705, 706
TitlePrenuptial settlement (lease and release and counterpart)
Description<head>Scope and Content</head><p>Richard Bagshaw the elder of Castleton, esquire and Richard Bagshaw the younger his eldest son and heir, to John Simpson of Stoke (co. Derby), clerk, and William Drake of Cotes (Yorks.), esquire. In consideration of the marriage to be had between Richard Bagshaw the younger and Mary Simpson of Renishaw, spinster and £2,500 her dowry; all the messuages, lands etc., in Norton, lately purchased by Richard Bagshaw the elder from Thomas Stones of Mosbrough, esquire, the messuage called Herdings farm in the occupation of Robert and Thomas Bagshaw (except certain timber rights), a third part of messuages and lands in Norton and Dronfield lately purchased of Thomas Bagshaw of Middleton by Wirksworth and formerly the inheritance of Samuel Wood, and all their property in Tideswell, to certain uses: from the date of the intended marriage to the use of Richard Bagshaw the younger, and a rent charge of £200 to Mary if she survive her husband; and other stated uses.</p>
Date5-6 Dec 1732
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