Description<head>Scope and Content</head><p>Abraham Halsteed of London, merchant, and John Halsteed of Rowley (Lancashire), gentleman, to Edward Parker of Broosholme (co. Yorks.), William Edmonson of Coat flat in Barnoldswick, yeoman, and Robert Ellis of Barnoldswick, yeoman (being persons nominated as Trustees on behalf of themselves and all other the plaintiffs in a cause in Chancery). The Royalty and seignory of the Manor of Barnoldswick and all Courts Leet and Baron, profits, fines, amerciaments, reliefs, goods and chattels of felons, deodands, fishing, fowling, hawking and hunting, moors, commons etc., belonging to the Manor; in pursuance of an order in Chancery. Reciting another indenture made in pursuance of an order in the said cause, by which Halsteed conveyed to Edmondson, Higgin and Watson, divers messuages and lands, part of the manor of Barnoldswick.</p>
Date10 Nov 1659
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