DescriptionJames Brooke, esquite, alderman of the city of York, to William Wilkinson of Pontefract, gentleman, and Robert Beard of Worsbrough, gentleman, with John Brooke of York, esquire, also a party.

The manor of Rockley and a capital messuage, 200 acres of land, 50 acres of meadow and 200 acres of wood called Rockley Hall and demesne in the parish of Darfield, an iron forge in the same parish, and various messuages, mills, lands etc. in Staynbrough, Birdwell and Worsbrough which were conveyed to him in 1652 until Francis Rockley should discharge a debt of £1800, together with the Statute Merchant of Francis Rockley. A lease of the capital messuage to William eyford is reserved and the rents to be received by John Brooke on behalf of James Brooke.

For a competent sum and other good causes.
Date26 Mar 1666
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