RefNoOD/799, 800
TitleBargain and sale and counterpart
Description<head>Scope and Content</head><p>John Parker the elder of the Oakes, gentleman, and Anthony, George, Gabriel and John, his sons, to Thomas Hudson of Hymesworthe, yeoman. Also parties are Edward Wilson of Charnocke Hall in the parish of Eckington, yeoman, Thomas Rowland, yeoman, and James Bate, yeoman. The messuage called the Sicke House in Hymesworthe, and closes called the Wellcrofte, the Cockshutte Meadowe, the Infeild, land in the field of Hymesworthe (described), land in the Middle Whisnowe field (described), land in the Over Whisnowe field (described), and part of a close called Over Weite land laid out as a pathway, but excepting a small piece of land in the Innefeild; for 100 marks. Also John Parker and his sons Anthony, Gabriel, and John sell to his son George the messuage called the Weite Lands in Norton, and Over Weite Lands, Nether Weite Lands, a piece of wood, Nether Morecrofte, and Over More Crofte but excepting a piece of ground set out as a path, and a croft with a cottage on it; for £55 paid to Rowland Eyre of Hassoppe, esquire. Also John Parker, and his sons Anthony, George, and John sell to his son Gabriel the capital messuage called The Okes with the Pond Yarde, the Greene, Doble Crofte, the Meadowe, the Ashes, the Middle Peece, the Greitwood, Cockshuttbanke, Woodbente, the Over Rye Feild, the Newe Feild, Blomesmith Carre, the Nether Ryefeildrowhay, and other pieces of land (described); for £195 to be paid to Rowland Eyre, and for £145 to be paid in discharge of the debts of John Parker the elder.</p>
Date17 Apr 1599
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