TitleMortgage (lease and release) of the manor of Rockley otherwise called Falthwaite
DescriptionJames Hackett of Rockley, esquire, and Katherine (Catherine), his wife (formerly widow of Francis Rockley late of Rockley, esquire, deceased) and Katherine Rockley, spinster, sole daughter and heiress of Francis Rockley, deceased, to Richard Mynshull of the Inner Temple, London, esquire.

Including: the capital messuage called Rockley Hall, closes called Rockley Green, the Falthwaite, Little and Great Stubwood, the Stubwood Head, the Calfe Croft, Miln Ing, the Stampers, the Carr, the site of Rockley Furnace, the Annisfeild, Grang Ing Spice Royd, Oakenfitts, the Clayroyd, the Stockens, the Great Birkhill, the Long Lands, the Ran Royd, the Highfield, and Highfield Spring, Little Birkhill, the Three Coate Closes, the Bird Bank, the Conywarren, the site of Rockley Smithy, the Smithy Green, the two pingles and the Old Parke, the woods (also named), the water cornmill called Rockley Mill with the kiln and all appurtenances, and all the ironworks commonly called Rockley Smithy and Rockley Furnace with the 3 acres of land on which the furnace stands.

For £1000.

Final concord.
Date30 Sep - 1 Oct 1698
Extent2 items
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