TitleFinal Concord
DescriptionPlaintiff: John Cavendish, esquire, alias John, Lord Cavendish

Deforciants: Henry, Lord Ravensworth, Charles, Marquis of Rockingham and Mary, his wife.

In the manors of Badsworth, Ecclesall, Billingley, 85 messuages, 95 cottages, 3 water corn mills, 176 barns, 180 stables, 10 dovehouses, 190 gardens, 190 orchards, 2,000 acres land, 800acres meadow, 1,800acres pasture, 700acres wood, 1,000acres furze and heath, 1,000acres moor, 200acres land covered with water, £252 rents, common of pasture, courts leet, courts baron, views of frankepledge, waifes, estrays, goods and chattels of felons and fugitives in Badsworth, Billingley, Darfield, Milnhouse, Great Houghton, Himsworth alias Hemsworth, Wragby, Ackworth, Halifax, Ecclesall, Sheffield, Hansworth, Altofts, Warmfield, Bramwith, Brayfit, Purston als Preston, Jacklin als Jamlin, Adwick, Norton, Campsall, Bentley, South Kirklby, Bolton upon Dern, Goldthorpe, Owston, Barnsley, Pogmore, Kellington, Beal, Lower and Over Egbrough, Whitley, Thorpe Elam, Wilke, Huddersfield, Melton on the Hill, Metton, Sprodborough, Pontefract, Haddlesey, Batley, Healey, Staincliff, Boswell, Cawthorne, Burrowbridge, Aldborough, Brompton, Ayton, Hutton, Bushell, Pickering and Middleton, Yorkshire.

Consideration of £10,000

The 8 days of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary 1776.
Extent1 item
    Powered by CalmView© 2008-2024