RefNoOD/785, 786
TitleDeed to levy a fine and lead uses, and counterpart
Description<head>Scope and Content</head><p>John Parker the elder of The Okes in the parish of Norton, yeoman, Anthony Parker, his eldest son, George Parker, another of his sons, and William Tryppet of Brameley Hall, William Mawer of Byrchet, Robert Curtes of Somerlees, and Richard Parker of Staveley Netherthorpe, yeomen. A fine to be levied within one year by John Parker of the messuage called The Okes with all its lands (named), except a house called Mystawe with one chamber in it, a barn called the Newe Lathe (on the south of the Okes), and a piece of ground, all of which are to provide a jointure for Elizabeth, wife of John, and also of a messuage called The Weyt Lands with all its lands (named); to stated uses, entailing the estates to Anthony and George, sons of John Parker (specified parts to each), with remainder to John, a younger son.</p>
Date10 Nov 1590
AccessStatusOpen
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