Yorkshire Fines
1546-50

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Francis Collins (editor)

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1887

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120-153

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'Yorkshire Fines: 1546-50', Feet of Fines of the Tudor period [Yorks]: part 1: 1486-1571 (1887), pp. 120-153. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49629 Date accessed: 16 September 2014.


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1546–50

1545–6—HILARY TERM, 37 HENRY VIII.
Henry Bradshawe, esq., and Thomas Aylmer Robert Percehey, gent. Manor of Ryton and 15 messuages with lands, a several fishery there; 300 acres of pasture, of which, after a term of one month, remain to Robert and Ann his wife, and their lawful issue, and failing such, on their deaths, to William Percehey, esq., and his lawful issue, and failing such, to his lawful heirs. The manor and remaining portion, after a term of one month, remain to William Percehey and Elizabeth his wife, and their lawful issue, and failing such, on their deaths, to Robert and his lawful issue, and failing such, after his death, to the right heirs of William.
Maurice Denys, esq. Edward Gower, kt., and Margery his wife Manor of Gryndalle, and 20 messuages with lands in Gryndalle and Byrlyngton.
John Swynbourn, junr. Thomas Elryngton, esq. The moiety of the manor of Uglebarbye and of 20 messuages with lands there, which Christopher Elryngton and William Elryngton hold for their lives, and which, after their deaths, remains to John Swynbourne, aforesaid, and his lawful male issue, and failing such, on his death, to John Swynbourn, son and heir of Christopher Swynbourne and his lawful male issue, and failing such, on his death, to the right heirs of John Swynbourne, the father of John Swynbourne, junr.
William Babethorpe, William Skrymsher, Oswald Scisson, and Thomas Beverley Anthony Villers, gent. Manor of Cotnes and 4 messuages with lands in Cotnes, Rednes, Howdon, Belby, Hasselby, Youkflete, Laxton, and Saltemarshe.
William Romsden, gent. Thomas Key, one of the sons of Thomas Key of Hotherfeld, marchaunte 7 messuages with lands in Almondbury.
John Hanley and Richard Hanley John Markham, kt., and Ann his wife, and Gervase Clyfton, kt., same, and Mary his wife Manor of Melton on the Hill and 8 messuages with lands in the same.
Arthur Darcy, kt. Thomas Proctor Manor of Appultrewyke and 40 messuages with lands there and in Woodhouse.
George Smythe Thomas Elryngton, esq., and John Swynborn Manor of Uglebarbye and 2 messuages with lands there, which, should John Swynborn die without die without lawful male issue, remain to John Swynborn, son and heir of Christopher Swynborn, and should he die without lawful male issue, after his death, to the right heirs of John Swynborn, deceased.
Edmond Wright Bartholomew Metheley Messuage and cottage with lands in Norton near Campsall.
William Romsden Robert Feston, gent. 2 messuages with lands in Heyton, Almondbury and Burton.
Christopher Tomlynson Thomas Wright, gent., and Sithe his wife, the daughter and heir of John Wyghyll 2 messuages and 4 cottages with lands in Great Thyrkelby, Little Thyrkelby and Osmotherley.
William Sekker, Roger Sekker, and Thomas Sekker Richard Sekker de Hymmesworth, son and heir of John Sekker Messuage with lands in Hymmesworthe.
1546—EASTER TERM, 38 HENRY VIII.
* Thomas Mitton William Fayrefax, kt., and George Shaw, clerk Manor of Bilbrogh upon the Hill and 12 messuages and 12 cottages with lands there.
** George Lassellys, esq. Richard Towneley, esq. 3 messuages with lands in Annston and Woodesettys.
** Leonard Bekwith, kt. George Darcy, kt., and Dorothea his wife Manor of Acaster Selby and 30 messuages and 10 cottages there, a several fishing in the water of the Use, and a free passage beyond the water of the Use, also 4 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Styllyngflett.
John Waterhowse, George Waterhowse, and George Waterhowse, son of Robert Waterhowse de Halyfaxe John Lacy de Leuenthorphall in the parish of Bradforth, esq., and Ann his wife 2 watermills, a fulling mill, 3 ponds belonging to the same mills, 2 streams of water, called Shybdenbroke and Halyfaxbroke, and 16 acres of land covered with water in Southourome, Halyffaxe, and Skircote, and certain suits, &c., in Southourome.
John Hardie John Prestley and Alice his wife Messuage with lands in Ovenden.
Alexander Stokedale George Hogg and Margaret his wife Lands in Sutton in Holdernes.
John Brikhed als. Robynson and Henry Batt John Gascoigne, esq., and Ann his wife, and Thomas Gas coigne his son and heir apparent Manors of Mirfeld and Westhetton and 16 messuages, 5 cottages, and 3 watermills with lands in Esthetton, Westhetton, and Mirfeld.
Thomas Nycols Thomas Beamount de Heton and Agnes his wife, and Richard Beamount his son and heir apparent Messuage with lands in Shelly.
Edmond Ramysden and Thomas Rayner Richard Hawme 3 messuages with lands in Barkysland,
William Chamberlayne, esq. John Gresham, esq., and Frances his wife Manor of Barthorpe and 40 messuages with lands there and in Leppyngton and Acclom.
William Babthorpe, esq. Thomas Chapman and Richard Chapman and Agnes his wife Land in Naburne.
George Hogg William Burton Messuage and a cottage with lands in Sutton in Holdernes.
Cuthbert Cokson and Hugh Hakney Jo Rawlynson and Margaret his wife 3 messuages with lands in Doncaster and Balbye.
William Thwaytys, esq., and Ann his wife John Gresham, esq., and Frances his wife 20 messuages with lands in Eske and Whitfeld near Beu[er]ley.
William Adam, son of Edward Adam, late de Tyls William Wright de Annes Burton and Elizabeth his wife A third part of 3 messuages with lands in Anston and Holme in the parish of Anston.
Gilbert Legh Richard Beyston, clerk, and Ralph Beyston, gent. 10 messuages with lands in Middelton.
Oliuer Lokwood and William Chamber Richard Ellystones, John Ellystones and Johanna his wife, and John Wylkynson Messuage, called The Newke, with lands in Gretland and Staynland.
John Tyndale and Johanna his wife Nicholas Watkynson Messuage with lands in Sutton and Brotherton.
George Conyers, esq. Hugh Cotton, gent. 3 messuages with lands in Boroby, Danby, and West Cotton.
John Hardy Christopher Mychell and Lucy his wife Pasture land in Ardyslawe.
George Darcy, kt. Christopher Danby, kt., and Elizabeth his wife 10 messuages and 4 cottages with lands in Kelholme on the Wold.
Richard Remyngton John Acclom, esq. A capital messuage with lands in Elvyngton.
Stephen Tempest William Vavasour, kt. 8 messuages with lands in Broughton.
Thomas Wylson, senr., and Thomas Wylson, junr., his son and heir John Coke son and heir of Thomas Coke Manor sive (or sine?) a capital messuage, called Woulwheite, in the township of Tykhill and 10 messuages with lands in Woulwheite, Staynton, Bugthorp, and Sandekes in the township of Maltbye.
Henry Askewyth Robert Roose, esq., and Elizabeth his wife Manor of Ou[er] Sylton and 6 messuages and 12 cottages with lands in the same.
Roger Medhope William Howghton, son and heir of Roger Howghton, deceased, and Elizabeth Waryngton, wid., late the wife of Roger Howghton 2 messuages with lands in Newton in Bolland and Bradford in Bolland.
Thomas Wrightson Philip Lovell and Brigitt his wife Messuage with lands in Newton upon Ouse and Nune Monkton.
George Darcy, kt. John Pope, gent. Manors of Wales and Waleswood and 20 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in the same.
John Hermytage James Botherode A bovate of land in Hoddersfeld and Almandbury.
John Yorke, esq., and Ann his wife Nicholas Fayrffax, kt. 2 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Shyrborne in Hartfordlythe and Hasthrop.
1546—TRINITY TERM, 38 HENRY VIII.
Richard Chapman Thomas Chapman 4 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Naborne.
John Peke John Mosley de Yngbyrcheworth and Johanna his wife and Richard Mykelwheyte Messuage with lands in Yngbirecheworth and Thurleston.
Stephen Hogge William Cliderowe, gent., and Margaret his wife Messuage with lands in Sprotteley in Holdernes.
John Henrison, merchant John Buller and Johanna his wife Messuage and a cottage with lands in Elstanwyke in Holdernes.
John Gresham, esq., and Frances his wife William Thwaytes, esq., and Ann his wife Manor of Barthorp and 40 messuages with lands in Barthorp, Leppyngton, Aclom, Eske, and Whytfeld near Beverley.
Robert Whitson John Thyrkell and Jane his wife Manor of Outnewton and lands in Outnewton and Esyngton.
Richard Chamber John Lambart, senr., John Lambart, junr., his son and heir apparent Manors of Airton and Colton and 41 messuages, 6 burgagirs, 2 shops and a watermill with lands and a rent of 1lb of pepper in the same and in Skypton.
The King Edward Grey, kt., Ld. Powes Manor of Cottyngham and 40 messuages and 2 mills with lands in Cottyngham, Downeswall, Thwayte, Newgate, and Northouse,and the advowson of Cottyngham church.
James Gascoigne de Lasyngcroftc, senr, esq. Thomas Wentworth, kt., Ld. Wentworth, and Margaret his wife Manor of Parlington and 26 messuages and 12 cottages with lands there and in Aberforth, Hillome, Baraby, and Shyppon.
John Lambart de Calton, senr. Richard Remyngton, son and heir of Walter Remyngton 3 messuages with lands in Scothorp.
Marmaduke Fawkes and John Donyngton Richard Nelson, gent., and Elizabeth his wife Manor of South Frodyngh[a]m and 8 messuages with lands and 1lb of pepper rent there and in Newsom and Ottryngh[a]m.
Robert Haldesworth, clerk Bartholomew Methley, gent. 4 messuages with lands in Thorpe, Daryngton, Kyrkesmeton, and Stapylton.
Anthony Thorpe, gent. Arthur Darcy, kt., and Mary his wife The manor or garange, called Hell Graunge, and lands in the parish of Bugthorp and Skyrkynbeck.
Robert Roose John Butler and Johanna his wife Lands and a close, called the Greate Reddyng Clouse, in Ingmanthorp and South Dyghton als. Kirkedighton.
Richard Banester John Fitz William, esq. The moiety of 13 messuages and of a watermill with lands in Esyngton in Bolland, Slaydborn, and Gargrave.
Alann Dune William Foster and Johanna his wife and William Freeman and Johanna his wife Cottage with lands in Cottnes.
The King Richard Gresh[a]m, kt., citizen and alderman of London, and Isabel his wife, John Gresh[a]m, kt., citizen and alderman of the same city, and Thomas Gresham, son of Richard, and a merchant in the city aforesaid Manors of Wetherwicke, Dogleby, and Whetley, and 40 messuages and 20 cottages with lands in the same and in Baynton, Lokyngton, and Skynthorpe.
Robert Eyre Thomas Beamounte, gent., and Richard Beamounte his son and heir apparent 2 messuages with lands in Thurleston.
John Rokeby, gent. Robert Snydal, gent. A capital messuage with lands in Kyrk Sandall, Arkesey, Bentlay, Barnby upon Don, and Thorpe in Balne.
1546—MICHAELMAS TERM, 38 HENRY VIII.
* Walter Jobson Thomas Metham and Ann his wife 4 cottages with lands in Hasell and Tranby.
** The King Marmaduke Constable, kt., and Elizabeth his wife Manors of Righton, Thornholme, and Nafferton, and 200 messuages, 100 cottages, and 6 mills with lands there and in Waynefforde, Baronsburton, Flixton, and Catlande.
** Edward Clynton, kt., Ld. Clynton and Say, and Henry Ward, gent. Thomas Wymbyshe, esq., and Elizabeth his wife Manor of Newton Kyme als. Newton in the Wyllowes and 40 messuages, 20 cottages with lands, and free fishing in the Wharf in the same and in Hornyngton, also the advowson of the church of Newton Kyme and the manor of Hornyngton and a certain rent there.
Thomas West James Frankyshe and Elizabeth his wife, and Amerus Burdhed Manor of Byrthwaytt and a capital messuage with lands there and in Kesberd and Darton, which remain to the lawful heirs of Roger Rockley after the death of Elizabeth.
William Elryngton Thomas Elryngton The moiety of the manor of Howglebarby and of 20 messuages with lands there.
George Gayll John Barton, esq., and Thomas Barton, gent. 7 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Hunburton.
William Grene, gent. George Darcy, kt., and Dame Dorothea his wife The rectory and parochiall church of Staynton with the advowson of the same church and all the great and small tythes of the aforesaid in Staynton and Helluby, also the advowson and right of patronage of the vicarage of the church of Staynton.
George Gayll John Barton, esq., and Thomas Barton, gent. Lands in Hunbarton.
John Hedworth, son and heir apparent of Ralph Hedworth of Hamerton, kt., Johanna his wife The same Ralph Hedworthe 12 messuages with lands in Hoke and the moiety of the manor of Hoke.
Nicholas Botherod de Eland James Botherod de Rastryke Messuage with lands in Rastryke, in which Johanna Botherod, wid., has a life interest.
Leonard Reresby, clerk, and Thomas Belamy, clerk Roger Vavasour, esq. Manor of Denbye and 7 messuages and 5 cottages with lands in Denbye, Mekysburghe, Tykhyll, and Newhall.
John Dawney, kt. Thomas Marton, and Margaret his wife Cottage with lands in Sessay.
John Blundell Arthur Bentley and Isabell his wife 4 messuages with lands in Halyfax.
Hugh Laycoce Dionisius Garford de Steyton and Isabel his wife 2 messuages with lands in Collyng in the parish of Kyldewyke.
Arthur Key William Tyas and Isabel his wife 2 messuages in Ferneley and Meltham.
Richard Wilkynson Thomas Beamond and Agnes his wife, and Richard Beamond Messuage with lands in Great Horton.
Ambrose Wolley, esq. William Harpyn and Johanna his wife 3 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Aberforth, Sherborne, Barwyke in Elmyt, Garforth, Saxton, and Hambleton.
Robert Jackson Richard Daye and Elizabeth his wife Cottage with lands in Galmethorpe.
William Hewet Nicholas Keton, gent. 2 messuages and a watermill with lands in Herthill and Wodhall.
John Beamond John Grenewod and Thomas Grenewod Messuage with lands in Mygesley.
George Plompton and Marmaduke Bellyngem William Plompton, esq. 4 messuages with lands in Plompton and Rufferlyngton, which, after the death of William, remain to Dionisius Plompton, his son, and after his death, to the lawful heirs of William.
Barnard Pavor, John Pavor, and Nicholas Pavor, clerk Robert Roos, esq., and Dorothea his wife Lands in Southdyghton and Walshefurth.
Robert Meth[a]m esq. Stephen Holford, gent., and Elienora his wife 6 messuages with lands in Lokton.
The King Francis Ascue, kt. 6 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Bysshop Burton, Kyllom, Lokyngton, and Ruyston.
Francis Hewett Oliuer Bylby de Southanston 2 messuages and 5 cottages with lands in Southanston.
Richard Stannysfeld Thomas Goldthorpe, gent. Messuage with lands in Dorfeld als. Darfeld.
Robert Kyllnybek William Kyllynbek 4 messuages, a burgage, and 7 cottages with lands in Chappell Allerton, Morley, Leydes, Knowesthorp, Kyllynbeck, Potterton, Potternewton, and Armeley.
George Conyers, esq. Hugh Cottom, gent. Manor of Ellerby and 13 messuages with lands in Ellerby and Hynderwell.
Robert Hennage esq. Henry Wyddall and Ann his wife Messuage with lands in Hemswell and Kyllyngthorpe als. Kellethorpe.
Robert Fermer George Darcy, kt., and Dorothea his wife Manor of Hamylton and lands there.
Humphrey Colwyche, late of London, gent. Arthur Banke, esq., and Isabel his wife Messuage with lands in Whypley.
John Pek Ralph Hall, gent., Thomas Hall, his son and heir apparent, William Wylson, and John Wodhouse, junr. Land in Lennerton.
Thomas Wentworth de Northelmesall, esq. Ralph Beston de Beston, clerk, and Ralph Beston, esq., son and heir apparent of Ralph Beston and Mary his wife Manors of Morley and Holey als. Houghley and lands in the same and in Smerlstye, Scolcrofte and Holden Cloughe, and the knight's service, homage, fealty, and rents issuing from the lands of Thomas Greatehedd in Smerlstye and Scolcrofte, and from those of John Fossard, Richard Morley, William Thompson, John Sotyll, William Smyth, Robert Greathedd, John Naylor, William Myrfeld, John Rotherfyld, John Souche, and the aforesaid Thomas Wentworth in Morley.
Thomas Darley and John Pek William Adam and Elena his wife 4 messuages, 2 cottages, and a windmill with lands in Hecke, Hensall, Goldale, Balne, Pollyngton, and Snath, a portion of which, after the death of William and Elena, remains to Oswald Rycard, son of John Rycard, and his lawful issue, and failing such, after his death, to Nicholas Rycard and his lawful issue, and failing such, after his death, to the aforesaid Thomas and John, another portion, on the death of Nicholas, if he fail to have lawful issue, remains to the right heirs of Oswald.
1546–7—HILARY TERM, 38 HENRY VIII.
John Motherley Elena Delff, wid. Messuage with lands in Selby and Ferrybrigg.
Arthur Darcy, kt. George Darcy, kt., and Dorothia his wife Manor of Hutton near Rudby alias Hutton Rudby and 20 messuages with lands in the same and in Kyllyngley.
William Hewett Hugh Serleby, esq., and Margaret his wife 8s 1d rent in Harthill.
Arthur Darcy, kt. George Darcy, kt., and Dorothia his wife Manor of Cotnes als. Cotneys and 10 messuages and 6 cottages with lands and £7 rent in the same.
Edward Newton Richard Nelson and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with land in Rymmeswell.
John Peck Edmond Sandeforthe de Thorpesaluen, gent., and Katherine his wife, and William Hewett Watermill, called Pekmylne, in Thorpesaluen.
John Bardyll, gent. Thomas Passelow, gent. 3 messuages with lands in Esterkessewyke, which, after the decease of Thomas, remain to Francis Passelowe, his son and heir apparent, and after his decease, to John Passelowe, the son and heir apparent of Francis and his heirs.
Ralph Beyston, clerk, and Ralph Beyston, esq. Thomas Wentworth de Northelmsall, esq., and Elizabeth his wife Lands in Morley and Chorlewett(?)
Marmaduke Thweyng, gent. Robert Balam, gent., and Elizabeth his wife Manor of Helperthorp and 6 messuages with lands in the same.
1547—EASTER TERM, 1 EDWARD VI.
** Ann Knyvet, wid. Robert Pykeryng, gent. The moiety of the manor of Sedbergh and of 4 messuages and 4 cottages with lands there.
(fn. 1) Richard Pavor and Jo Pavor Christopher Kelk and Johanna his wife A third part of the manor of Brame and a capital messuage, 12 messuages, and 16 cottages with lands in Brame, Barroby, Spofforth, Kerkby, Kyrkby Ou[er]blows, Lynton, Collyngh[a]m, Follyfatt, Ou[er]dunforth, and Grafton.
William Hewett Hugh Serleby and Margaret his wife Messuage with land in Harthill.
George Gayll John Barton, esq., and Thomas Barton, gent. Land in Whenby.
John Hunte Thomas Watson de Cottyngham and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Melton.
Thomas Proctor and Anthony Watson Arthur Darcy and Mary his wife Manor of Knight Steynfourth and 24 messuages and 12 cottages with lands in the same and in Scudfold and Horton in Rybbysdall, also the advowson of a chantry in Gygglyswyk church.
John Gascoign, brother of William Gascoign, kt, The same William Gascoign, junr., kt., and William Gascoign, his son and heir apparent Manors of Wheldale and Newton Walleis and to messuages with lands there.
Thomas Preston de Ayrton Gilbert Lyster, gent. The moiety of 4 messuages and 4 cottages with lands in West Bolton near Bolland.
John Scrope, Ld. Scrope de Bolton Thomas Neelson 6 messuages with lands in Ayskarthe.
Alexander Stokedale George Hogg and Margaret his wife, and William Hogeson and Agnes his wife 2 messuages and a cottage with lands in Sutton in Holdernes.
Ralph Wyllan John Redman de Thornton, esq, and Johanna his wife 2 messuages with lands in Longacre in the parish of Dent.
Thomas Gledehill William Bayly de Okenlee Messuage with lands in Barkeslande, in which Richard Bayly, the father of William has a life interest.
Matthew Morwyng John Gower, son and heir of Robert Gower de Wygyngthorpe, gent. 3 messuages with lands in Sledmer.
Richard Hochonson, gent., and Margery his wife Edward Gower, kt., and Thomas Gower, esq. Manor of Gryndalle and 20 messuages with lands there and in Byrlyngton.
William Paget, kt., and Christopher Aleyn, junr., gent. Francis Ayscough, kt., and Elizabeth his wife Manor of Blaktoft and 30 messuages with lands there, in which Isabel Lumley, relict of Roger Lumley has a life interest.
Richard Jenkynson Richard Hewood and Agnes his wife 2 messuages with lands in Wath.
William Hungatte, junr., gent. John Amcotts and Johanna his wife The moiety of the manor of Saxton and 4 messuages and 4 cottages with lands in Saxton and Saxton Woodhous.
William Skrymsher Peter Chamber Messuage with lands in North Dyghton.
Henry Wylkynson de East Pashull Gilbert Lyster, gent. The moiety of 4 messuages and 4 cottages with lands in West Bolton near Boland.
Alexander Stokedale (Squer in the Index) Francis Salvyn, esq., and Margaret his wife and Christopher Hall and Margery his wife Manor of Lokynton and 8 messuages, 16 cottages, lands, a rental of 1lb of pepper and common pasturage from the feast of St Elene to the feast of St Michael the Archangel in a certain pasture, called Great Byley, in Lokynton, Scorburgh, and Etton.
William Edryngton Geroge Lyndsey and Robert Lyndsey Messuage with lands in Great Dryffylde, Nafferton, and Wandeforth.
Richard Bunny, esq., and Brigitt his wife Francis Jobson, esq., and Elizabeth his wife The manor of Newland and 30 messuages and 10 cottages with lands and 1lb of cumin rent in Newland, Normanton, Wodehouse, Altoftes, Snytall, Huntwyke, Sherleston, Sandall, Walton, Chapelthorp, Crigelston, Mylnethorp, Wakefeld, Stanley, Owthethorp, Loftehouse, Pounteffrete, Frieston near the water, Horbury, Kyrkethorp, and Carleton.
Richard Ive and Richard Forssett, gents. John Redyard, gent., and Alice his wife Messuage and a cottage with lands in Hymsworth.
(fn. 2) William Milbourn and George Crede Francis Salvyn, esq., and Margery his wife and Christopher Hall and Margery his wife 60 messuages and a fulling mill with lands in Egton, Sutton, Nafferton, Lawthorpe, Haburn, and Crume.
Thomas Elles (?) Michael Willoughby Isabel Johnson, wid. Manor of Lyndeley and 15 messuages and a fulling mill with lands there, also a perpetual chantry in Lyndeley, and the advowson of the chantry in Lyndeley.
William Wade and Richard Askewith William Gascoign, senr., kt., and Brigitt his wife and William Gascoign, junr., kt. Manor of Thorpe Arch and 20 messuages and 3 watermills with lands there and in Walton, and free fishing in the water of the Wharff.
(fn. 3) George Key Richard Bramley and Agnes his wife Messuage in Wakefeld.
(fn. 3) Thomas Crawshay, Nicholas Marsden, and John Jessop William Wombewell de Wombewell, esq. Messuage with lands in Thurgurland in the parish of Sylkeston and Rughebyrcheworth in the parish of Pennyston, a portion of which, in Rughebyrcheworth, John Barker and Katherine his wife hold during the life of Katherine.
(fn. 3) Miles Fairfax, gent., and James Fairfax, gent. George Mountforth and Margaret his wife 10 messuages and 4 cottages with lands in Kyrkby Malsargh, Carlesmore, and Swetton, which, after the decease of George and Margaret, remain to Nicholas Chapman, younger son of Margaret, and his lawful male issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Margaret.
1547—TRINITY TERM, 1 EDWARD VI.
* Edward Blunt Thomas Wymbyshe, esq., and Lady Elizabeth Taylboys his wife Manor of Paderthorpe als. Padethorpe als. Padokthorp and 3 messuages with lands there and in Grymston and Hornyngton Inngs.
** George Crede and Richard Brayton Robert Poge, son and heir of Thomas Poge de Mysterton, deceased 3 messuages with lands in Tykhyll, in which Robert Poge has a life interest, and which, on his death, remain to John Poge and his lawful issue, and failing such, to the lawful issue of Robert Poge and Ann his wife.
** John Constable, kt. William Drury, kt., and Elizabeth his wife A fourth part of 30 messuages with lands in Idle and Stewdley Rogers.
John Stephenson Edward Beu[er]ley and Elizabeth his wife and John Bromley and Johanna his wife The moiety of 2 messuages with lands in Holmeton and Penstrope in Holdernes.
Robert Tayler Matthew Morwynge 3 messuages with lands in Sledmer.
Francis, Earl of Salop Nicholas Strylley, kt. 4 messuages with lands in Sheffeld.
Robert, Archbishop of York Thomas Hurtiskie, kt., and Ann his wife 6 messuages and 5 cottages with lands in Hugayte upon the Wolde, 2 of these messuages, 1 cottage, and a certain portion of the lands Thomas Styryng and Johanna hold during the life of Johanna.
William Cressyngham William Gascoign, junr., kt. Manors of Shepley and Broughwalys, and 100 messuages with lands there and in Bayldon, Wrose, Bradforth, Sutton near Kempsall, Askarn, Newmarche, Skellowe, Carcroft, Rokleyhall, and Shurlehowse, also the advowson of Broughwalys church. A portion of this to be held, after a term of one month, to Leonard West and Barbary his wife and their lawful issue, and failing such, to William Gascoign and his heirs, the remainder, after a term of one month, to Thomas Gascoign, gent., and his heirs.
Richard Taverner, esq., Roger Taverner, gent., and Robert Taverner, gent. Robert Ward, gent., and Elizabeth his wife 4 messuages with lands in Lowthorp.
The King John Russell, kt., Ld. Russell, Keeper of the King's Seal, and Ann his wife, late the wife of Richard Jarnyngham, kt. Manor of Skeftling in Holdernes and 100 messuages, 100 cottages and a rental of 20 capons with lands in the same, and the advowson of the Skeftling church and of the chapel within Skeftling church.
William Tankard Robert Roose Manor of Potto and 10 messuages and 6 cottages with lands in Potto and Halykeld, which Charles Brandon, kt., and Lady Elizabeth his wife hold during the life of Elizabeth.
Robert Moys William Brodelay Messuage and 2 fulling mills with lands in Sydalbroke, the moiety of the aforesaid tenement remains to Christabel, wife of William, after his death, and after her decease, to John Brodley, the bastard son of William and Christabel, and his heirs.
Richard Musgrave, esq., Walter Striklond, esq., and William Pennyngton, esq. Thomas Malyuerer, kt. 8 messuages and a cottage with lands in Thornbury, Carleton, and Blabery Croft.
William Grymeston Bartholomew Hylton Lands in Mowthorpe and Grendall.
1547—MICHAELMAS TERM, 1 EDWARD VI.
* Robert, Archbishop of York Thomas Wharton, kt., Ld. Wharton, and Lady Alianora his wife 2 messuages with lands in Sandwyth.
** Humphrey Rudding, gent. William Vylers, esq., and Collecta his wife Manor of Thropon als. Thropyn and a messuage with lands there.
William Dalyson, esq., and Richard Bunche William Kyddall, esq., and Margaret his wife Manor of Edlyngflete and 26 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Adlyngflete in Marsheland.
William Mygeley, senr. John Estburne 2 messuages with lands in Okeworth and Howorth.
Robert Haldesworth, clerk John Seyntpolle, esq., and Ann his wife 6 messuages with lands in Wentbrig, Thorpe, Darryngton, Smeton, Worsborowe, and Stapleton.
William Wade John Modyclyff and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Eccleshall and Whytley Wood, which, after a term of one week, remain to Robert Modyclyff, son and heir apparent of John, and to a certain Elizabeth Unwen and their lawful issue, and failing such, after their deaths, to Richard Modyclyff, a younger son of John, and his lawful issue, and failing such, after his death, to Thomas Modyclyff, another son of John, and his lawful issue, and failing such, on his death, to the right heirs of John.
Thomas Bekwyth Nicholas Slyfelde and Elizabeth his wife 2 tenements with lands in Clynt.
John Redman Christopher Watson and Anne his wife, William Dobson and Agnes his wife, and James Tyndall and Alice his wife A capital messuage with lands in Myton.
Robert Moreley Christopher Moreley, gent. 3 messuages, 4 cottages, and a windmill with lands in Normanbye and Ormesbye.
Robert Vycarman and Robert Robynson William Hungayte of Warter, esq. 2 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Haistrope and Barneston.
William Constable de Shirburn Peter Corte de Bakenesthorpe and Johanna his wife 2 messuages and a cottage with lands in Thweyng upon the Wold, Foxhoilles, and Langton near Byrdsall.
Margaret Layton, widow Edmond Bowthe, gent., and Ann his wife Messuage with lands and free fishing in a certain water, called the Owes in Howden, Belby, and Skylton.
Cuthbert Kyng Thomas Jenyson, gent., and Alice his wife Messuage and 2 cottages with lands in Blacketoft upon Ows.
Robert Hesselwood Thomas Clapham, gent., and Margaret his wife Messuage with lands in South Fenton, Kyrke Fenton, and Byggyng.
William Kyng and William Wilkynson John Kyng and Johanna his wife Messuage with lands in Skyrcote.
William Grenewood William Myggeley, son and heir apparent of John Myggeley Messuage with lands in Myggeley, in which John Myggeley has a life interest.
William Wombewell, esq. Henry Sayvell, kt. 6 messuages with lands in Aldam, Wombewell, Worsburghe, and Darfeld.
John Dobson John Garthfurthe, junr., and Johanna his wife Messuage with lands in Ilkeley.
John Pek John Aske and Elena his wife 2 messuages with lands in Bubwyth and Wylytoste, which, after the death of John and Elena, remain to Christopher Ivetson and Margaret his wife, and their lawful issue, and failing such, after their deaths, to the right heirs of Margaret.
John Pek Henry Norton de Secrofte and Elizabeth his wife The whole of Elizabeth's share in the manor sive (or sine ?) the capital messuage of Newton Hall and in a messuage with lands in Newton, Morecarr, and Patryke Brumpton.
William Bapthorpe, kt. Richard Ascoughe and Elizabeth his wife Manor of Sutton and 6 messuages with lands in Sutton and Elmett.
Thomas Fowler Thomas Kighley, esq. Messuage with lands in Utley.
George Ramysden John Fyrthe 4 messuages with lands in Barkysland and Skamonden, which, after the death of John, remain to George Fyrthe, his son and heir, and his lawful issue, and failing such, on his death, to Ambrose Fyrthe, and his lawful issue, and failing such, after his death, to Ingram Fyrthe, and his lawful issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of John Fyrthe.
William Haryson Adam Baynes and John Baynes, his son and heir apparent Messuage with lands in Marethwait.
Robert, Archbishop of York Richard Goldethorpe, gent., and Johanna his wife Messuage with lands and free fishing in Sandehoton and Sandehoton Carre.
Robert Swathe de Rotheram Robert Heye and Johanna his wife, daughter and heir of William Chapman, deceased 2 messuages and 2 cottages with lands and pasturage in a common pasture, called Catcliffe pasture in Catcliffe, which, after the death of Johanna, remain to William Swathe, next of kin, the heir apparent of Robert Swathe, and his lawful issue, and failing such, on his death, to Robert Swathe, the brother of William Swathe, and his lawful issue, and failing such, on his death, to Anne and Elizabeth Swathe, their sisters, and their lawful issue, and failing such, after their deaths, to the right heirs of Johanna.
1547–8—HILARY TERM, 1 EDWARD VI.
* Nicholas Fayrefax, kt., and John Yorke, esq. Edward Blunte, gent. Manor of Paderthorpe, als. Padethorpe als. Padokthorp, and 3 messuages with lands there and in Grymston and Hornyngton Inngs.
** Richard Gressham, kt., and Isabel his wife John Thynne, kt., and Christian Gressham The moiety of the manor of Nonkelyng and of lands in Nonkelyng, Bewholme, Benyngholme, Catewyke als. Catwike and Waghan, and of Nonkelyng rectory.
James Fox Robert Roos, esq., and Dorathea his wife Manor of Thyrlby and 5 messuages and 8 cottages with lands there.
Ralph Babott George Skynner and Johanna his wife A third part of 7 messuages with lands in Wakefeild and Rowclyff, and of Batley rectory, and the tithes in Batley, Morley, and Gilderston, and the advowson of the vicarage of Batley.
William Huett Edmond Sandeforde and Brian Sandeforde his son and heir Messuage and a mill with lands in Thorpe Salvyn als. Thorpe Ryknell.
Nicholas Thepland Thomas Phillipe and Alice his wife 2 messuages with lands in Wylsden.
Godfrey Bossevyle, esq. John Bossevyle and Johanna his wife 3 messuages and 5 cottages with lands in Ardysley.
John Norton, Francis Lassellys, and William Norton, junr., Anthony Preston and Elizabeth his wife 30 messuages with lands in Mylton, Gaterley, Northcowton, Southcowton, Whytwell, Rysmere, Kyerby, and Kyerby Underbrowe.
Thomas Cursson, esq. Thomas Goourde and Isabel his wife Messuage with lands in Hyckylton and Howton.
John Yorke, esq., and Anna his wife Thomas Yorke, esq., and Mary his wife Manor of Sledmore and 30 messuages and 10 cottages with lands and free warren, &c., there and in Fym[a]m, Crome, Towthorppe, and Donnyngton.
William Fairfax, esq.. Thomas Ogglesthorpe, esq., and Michael Wandesworth, gent. William Fairfax, kt., and Guy Fairfax, his son and heir apparent Manors of Benton, Askuyth, Thwaytes, Newsom, Keyghley, Byngley, Tolston, Clyfford, and Baddesworth, and 120 messuages, 30 cottages, and a watermill with lands in the same.
John Gresham, kt., brother of Richard Gresham, kt., Roland Hyll, Thomas Atkyns, esq., and Paul Gresham, gent. The aforesaid Richard Gresham, kt., and Isabel his wife Manor of Sutton and 10 messuages and 6 cottages with lands in Rypon, also the moiety of the manor of Nonkelyng and of 15 messuages with lands there and in Bewholme, Benyngholme, Catewyke als. Catwyke and Waghen, also the rectory of Swyne and the moiety of Nonkelyng rectory.
Thomas Cheyney, K.G., and Robert Darkenold, esq. William Cheyney, esq., and John Southcote The manors of Thornegumbolde and Pawleholme and 12 messuages with lands there, which, after a term of 6 days, remain to William and a certain Frances Cheyney als. Jesper, daughter of the aforesaid Thomas Cheyney, whom William Cheyney is about to marry.
1548—EASTER TERM, 2 EDWARD VI.
John Walker John Gels, gent. 3 messuages with lands in Bradford.
Thomas Preston Henry Brownrig de Hovenden and Alice his wife Messuage, &c., in Hovenden.
Thomas Hewett James Banke and Alice his wife Messuage and a watermill with lands in Roche and Sandbecke.
William Romesden de Langeley Robert Beamount 5 messuages with lands in the parish of Huthersfeld and Heaton.
Peter Robynson of the city of York, alderman, and William Savage of the same city, merchant Thomas Newporte de Boynton, esq. 20 messuages and 16 cottages with lands in Bucketon, Willerbye, and Boynton, also the moiety of 6 messuages and 8 cottages with lands in Bennyngton.
William Fairfax, kt., and Thomas Mytton Arthur Preston and Johanna his wife Manor of Bylburghe on the hill and 10 messuages, 12 cottages, a windmill, and a horsemill with lands there.
John Tee John Grene and Elizabeth his wife, and Robert Swyft, esq. Messuage with lands in Tylne.
Richard Denbye Robert Norres de Tikhyll Messuage with lands in Tikhyll.
John Newcomen, esq. Nicholas Gyrlyngton, esq., and Ann his wife 6 messuages with lands in Barnebowe in the parish of Barwyk in Elmytt.
William Westby, esq. Katherine Westby, wid. 40 messuages with lands in Gargrave, Gysburne and Thorpe.
Thomas Irby and Isabel his wife John Reve and Johanna his wife A fifth part of the manors of Mawgre and Laxton and of 10 messuages with lands in Whitgyft, Rednes, Laxton, Howden, Cotnes, Wyngflete, Saltmarsh, Skeflete, Grenelacke, Meteha[a]m, Ayer, Blakholme, and Newlond.
Roger Burton Stephen Halford and Elianor his wife Manor of Allerston and 9 messuages with lands there.
Thomas Jolye Henry Holme Messuage, burgage, and a shop, with lands in Skipton in Craven.
Thomas Horsley, son and heir of William Horseley, deceased Nicholas Gyrlyngton and Ann his wife Messuage and a cottage with lands in Fymu[m?].
Anthony Hamond and William Hamond John Savage, kt. 7 messuages and 5 cottages with lands in Saxton, Skardyngwell, Barston, Southfenton als. Lyttyll Fenton, Kyrkefenton, and Byggynge.
Ralph Duffeld Thomas Newporte, esq. 2 messuages with lands in Rudston, Warter, Muston, Garton, Thorpp, Brigham, Flyxston, Willerley, Scaxton, Righton, Sawersbye, Befurth, and Amotherby.
Thomas Thwayte, gent. Thomas Newporte, esq. 2 messuages and a windmill with lands in Boynton and Thyssyndalle.
(fn. 4) John Cley Jo Swyfte Tenements in the hamlet of Lyndley in the township of Wharmby.
1548—TRINITY TERM, 2 EDWARD VI.
*George Dakyns, esq. John Clarvaux, esq. 20 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in the Anstye of York.
Richard Tempest, esq., Charles Jackson, junr., Robert Bradforthe, and Aluered Flemyng John Sheffeld and Johanna his wife and Robert Sheffeld, their son and heir apparent 4 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Pountefrette, Sharleston, and Watton.
Francis Ayscughe, kt. Vincent Grauntham, esq., and Brigitt his wife, Nicholas Gyrlyngton and Elizabeth his wife The moiety of the manor of Howke and of 16 messuages and 20 cottages with lands in Howke, in which Elizabeth Ayscughe, wid. of William Ayscughe, kt., deceased, has certain rights.
Thomas Smythe and George Bothes Robert Waterhouse and Sibil his wife 3 messuages with lands in Shipden in the township of Southewrome, which, on the decease of Robert and Sibil, remain to John Waterhouse, their son and heir apparent, and his lawful male issue by Johanna his wife, and failing such, to his lawful male issue, and failing such, to George Waterhouse, another son of Robert, and his lawful male issue, and failing such, on his death, to Gregory Waterhouse, another son, and his lawful male issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Gregory.
Ralph Palmer, gent. John Marshall and Agnes his wife, and William Payne 2 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Buttercrame.
George Darcy, kt. Arthur Darcy, kt., and Mary his wife 2 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Todwyk.
William Gascoigne, junr., gent. William Fytz Will[ia]m, esq., and John Fitz Will[ia]m, esq. Manor of Cusworth and 10 messuages and 4 cottages with lands in Cusworth, Sprotburgh, Newton, Bentley, Arkesey, Doncastre, Wathe, and West Melton.
George Conyers, kt. Francis Kyllynghall, esq. Messuage with lands in Ou[er]dynsell and free fishing in the water of Teyse, in which Elianor Layton, the mother of the aforesaid Francis, has a life interest.
George Dakyns, esq. John Clarvaux, esq. Manor of Longe Cowton and 40 messuages, 40 cottages, and a watermill with lands and the advowson of the church of Longe Cowton in Longe Cowton.
Thomas Smythe de Lyghtclyff, and John Bothes de Bothes John Waterhouse, son and heir of Robert Waterhouse de Halyfaxe and Johanna his wife, daughter and heir of Thomas Bosswell, late of Connysburghe, deceased 10 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Connysburghe, Hoyton Robert, Ravenfeld, Barneburghe, Thurnestowe, and Hessyll. Ralph Hogeson and Johanna his wife, widow of Thomas Bosswell, have rights in a portion of this property during the life of Johanna.
1548—MICHAELMAS TERM, 2 EDWARD VI.
** Richard Bellyngh[a]m Margaret Hurton, widow 10 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Flaxflett, Bromeflett, Blacktoft, Yokclyffe, Grenehake, Bellisise, Benetlonde, and Sandholme.
John Smythe Thomas Sayvell de Ecclesley, and Cecilia his wife Messuage and 2 cottages with lands in Elland.
Oliuer Breeres Ralph Grynacres and Alice his wife Messuage and a watermill with lands in Bolland in the parish of Sladeborne.
Thomas Wentworth Robert Thomson 3 messuages with lands in Morley.
William Ingilby, kt. George Ingilby Manors of Esthaersley, Stoketon Super Moram, Aymonderby, Tolthorpe, Swynton, and Skelton near York, and 40 messuages and 30 cottages with lands in the same.
Richard Charlsworth de Hudersfelde James Botheroyde 3 messuages with lands in Hudersfeld, Alumburye, and Thurstonlande.
John Wylkynson and Elizabeth his wife Richard Stansfeld, esq., and Elizabeth his wife, John Coke, esq., and Isabel his wife Messuage with lands in Darfeld, Byllyngley, and Mylnehowse.
Robert Pylkyngton Thomas Gargrave and Johanna his wife Messuage with lands in Kyrkleys.
Robert Brydeley William Hunte and Elizabeth his wife Lands in Swynton.
William Smyth John Sheffeld, gent., and Johanna his wife 2 messuages in Wakefeld.
John Brandesby, clerk James Parkyn, gent., and Agnes his wife Messuages with lands in Kyllome on the Wold.
Richard Carter Thomas Carter, senr. Messuage and a cottage with lands in Denby and Flocton.
Matthew Will[ia]mson Stephen Holford and Elienora his wife Messuage and 2 cottages with lands in Sherborne.
Edmond Hagh and Nicholas Botheroyde Peter Anderton and Elizabeth his wife 4 messuages and a cottage with lands in Slack in the lordship of Quarnby in the parish of Huddersfeld.
William Robson, senr., Johanna his wife, and William Robson, junr., his bastard son Stephen Holford and Elienora his wife 24 messuages with lands in Thornton, Farmonby, and Ellerborne.
Hugh Hilton, gent. Francis Percy, gent., and Elianora his wife Messuage with lands in Slengsby.
Edmond Walker Nicholas Lemyng, gent., and Imina his wife, and William Warner and Johanna his wife Lands in Doncaster, Hexthorp, and Wheatley near Doncaster.
John Warde, Thomas Marsshall, and John Marshall Wilfrid Pygborne and Isabel his wife 3 messuages and a windmill with lands in Doncaster and Wheytley.
Richard Fenton Edward Hall, gent. Messuage and 3 cottages with lands in Atterclyff in the parish of Sheffeld.
1548–9—HILARY TERM, 2 EDWARD VI.
** William Turnour William Knollys, kt., and Johanna his wife The manors of Bylton, Sutcoytys, Preston, Tunstall, Waxham, and Catwyke and 40 messuages, 3 watermills, and 3 windmills with lands and 61bs of pepper rent in the same and in Drypole, Sutton Ingys, Pullerey, Estmershe, Bennyngholme, and Hersthorpe, and common pasturage in Pullerey and Estmershe, and in Kerkfeld and Drypole, also a third part of 3 messuages with lands in Waxham, Preston, Tunstall, and a ninth part of a messuage with lands in Sutcoytys and Drypole, also 10 messuages with lands in Kyngeston upon Hull, Hassall, Anlaby, Elley, Wellerby, and Tranby, and common pasturage in le Forth in Kyngston upon Hull.
Robert Wryght, esq. Richard Flemyng The manor of Danthorp and 4 messuages with lands there and in Oustwyke.
Robert Jackson Robert Bylethe and Margaret his wife Lands in Waxsome and in the Estrydyng near Holdernes.
Stephen Hogge William Cliderhow and Margaret his wife 3 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Emistede and Burton.
Robert Wright Robert Shepard and Cecilia his wife 3 messuages with lands in Southorp.
Edward Molyneux, Serjeant at law John Staveley, esq. 100 messuages with lands and free chace and a fourth part of the manor of Helagh and of the manor of Swaldall and of 100 messuages with lands and free chace in Helagh, Grinton, and Swaldall, and in the parish of Grinton.
Francis, Earl of Huntingdon Thomas Saunders and Mary his wife, and John Prowde and Agnes his wife Manor of Sutton in Haldernesse and 20 messuages, 10 cottages with lands, 100 acres of land covered with water, free fishing in a water, called the Marre, and 2 fairs in Sutton.
Thomas Byrkby William Armyn Manor of Scourthehall and 10 messuages and 6 cottages with lands in Drax, Howden, and Skelton.
Richard Smythe Francis Kyllynghall Manor of Est Rongton and 6 messuages with lands in Westrongton, Estrungton, and Estappleton, a moiety of which Elianora Layton, the mother of the aforesaid Francis, holds during her life.
Stephen Holforde and Elienora his wife Francis, Earl of Huntingdon, and Katherine his wife Manor of Allerston and 100 messuages, 40 cottages, and 2 watermills with lands, and the advowson of Thorneton church in Thorneton, Allerston, Everston, Snaynton, Heselyngton, and Sherborne, and free fishing in the water of the Darwyn.
1549—EASTER TERM, 3 EDWARD VI.
* John Yorke, esq., and William Yorke, gent. William Wymbyshe, esq., and Lady Elizabeth Taylboys, his wife Manor of Paderthorpe als. Padethorp als. Padokthorp, and 3 messuages with lands there and in Grymston and Hornyngton Ings.
Christopher Estofte and John Fauconer, gent. John Wryght and Alice his wife Messuage with lands in Owt Newton, Skefflyng, Baynton, and Sprotley, also a third part of the manor of Owt Newton, and of 4 messuages and a rental of Ilb of pepper there and in Skefflyng, a portion of which is held by John Buller and Johanna his wife during the lifetime of Johanna, and in another portion George Gouxsill has a life interest.
Robert Holgnte, als. Halgate, Archbp. of York Thomas Gargrave, kt., and Johanna his wife, and John Wentworth, esq. 2 messuages with lands in Hymaworthe and Felkyrke.
John Redman, gent. Nicholas Radeclyffe, gent., and Ann his wife Lands in Waterfulforth and Gaytfulforth.
John Townehend, son of John Townehend, Robert Townehend, and John Townehend, the son of Edmond Townehend John Key, gent. Three parts of a messuage, into 4 parts divided, called Sowode, and lands in Stayneland.
George Gryffyth, kt. George Myddulton and Sibil his wife Manor of Little Kelke and 6 messuages and 2 fulling mills with lands there.
John Parker, senr., esq. John Selyok and Elisabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Gledeles in the lordship of Haynsworth.
John Welbore and Thomas Frankeleyn John Jackson Messuage with lands in Arkesey and Bentley.
George Yong John Constable de Constable Burton, esq. Messuage with lands in Great Coldon.
John Baxter and Richard Smyth John Kynder and Katherine his wife A moiety or the purperty of lands in Darfeld.
Thomas Gravesend, gent., William Wenham, John Mychelbourne, and Richard Mychelbourne John Cutt, kt., and Sibil his wife Manors of Kylwarbye als. Kylarby, Routhe, Tarnston, Alborowe, Benyngholme, and Hylston, and 6 messuages, 40 cottages, and 4 windmills with lands in the same and in Cateryk, Carleton, Estnewton, Westnewton, Ryngburgarth, Coldon, Mapulton, Rylaton, Ethurwyke, Waxham, Garton, Pydsey Burton, Thorpe als. Owthorn, Catwyk, Sylston, Kelke Magna, Foston, Wassandd, Beverley, Wodmanse, Sandholme, Barnston, Beford, Bodyngton, Bolnewyk, Ryes, Rolaton, Guxhyll, Paule, Hedon, Preston, Oustwyke, Swyne, Rawfflche, and Pulhill, and the moiety of the manor of Carleton, and the advowson of Hilston church.
Robert Clerke and Agnes his wife John Constable of Constable Burton, esq. Lands in Great Coldon.
John Newton George Thorpe and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Patryngton.
Thomas Draper William Lonsdayll and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Ovenden.
Godfrey Bossevyle, esq. Richard Eyre de Normanton Supra Soram The moiety of the manors of Oxspring als. Oxbryng and Hornetweyt, and of 10 messuages and 3 watermills with lands in Oxspryng, Byrcheworth, Thurlyston, Penyston, and Bradfeld.
Thomas Gargrave, kt. George Mille, esq., and Dowsabella his wife, and William Burton, clerk, and George Burton Manor of Havercrofte and 24 messuages, 12 cottages, and a windmill with lands in the same and in Preston, Kynnesley, Hymmesworth, South Hendley, Cold Hendley, Ryle, Brereley, Derfeld, Hoytroyde, Ruston, Herdwyke, Felkyrk, Preston Jakelyn, Wakefeld, and Stanley.
Robert Clarke George Brigh[a]m, esq. Messuage with lands in Coldon Magna.
Thomas Barbar Nicholas Garleke and Agnes his wife Messuage with lands in Carlecoutes and Thurleston.
Brian Harwood Francis Percy, gent., and Elianora his wife Messuage with lands in Hoton Busshell, Ayton, and Marton.
Walter Robynson and Thomas Banke Thomas de la Ryu[er] (or Lyu[er]? no doubt intended for Ryver) Manors of Brandysbye, Sterysbye, Skewysby, and Brafferton, and 200 messuages and 100 cottages in the same.
Henry Sayvell de Bradley, gent. Thomas Sayvell de Ecclesley and Cecilia his wife 3 messuages with lands in Coppriddyng and Lyndeley.
John Horseman John Wright and Alice his wife Messuage and a cottage with lands in Holme in Spaldyngmore and Everyngh[a]m. Certain of the lands in Holme in Spaldyngmore are held by John Buller and Johanna his wife during her lifetime.
Richard Wilkynson and Jo Wilkynson his son Edward Thornton Lands and the moiety of a messuage with lands and a twelfth part of a messuage with lands in Mikylhorton in the parish of Bradford.
John Eglesfelde, esq. Rob Constable and Dorothea his wife Manor of Argam and a messuage, 2 cottages, and a windmill with lands in Argam, Bartingdale and Langtofte, also free warren in Argam, and the advowson of the church there.
Richard Wilkenson and John Wilkenson his son Thomas Lokkey 3 messuages with lands in Bradford.
1549—TRINITY TERM, 3 EDWARD VI.
Thomas Draper and William Fennay William Lokwood and Johanna his wife 10 messuages with lands in Almandbury, in which Thomas Lokwood, son and heir apparent of William, and Margaret his wife, have certain rights.
Robert Pereson and Margery his wife, and Thomas Pereson, their son and heir John Gower, gent., and Thomas Scothorpe and Agnes his wife Messuage with lands in Acclome.
Richard Shypabodom George Brigh[a]m, esq. 2 messuages with lands in Flyxton.
William Fayrefax kt. Richard Johnson. 2 messuages with lands in Cattall.
John Fawconer and John Gelsthrope John Shupton Manor of Shupton and 16 messuages, and 10 cottages, with lands in Shupton and North Dulton on the Wolde, which should John Shupton die without lawful issue, remain to William Radclyff, son and heir apparent of Nicholas Radclyff, and his lawful issue, and failing such, after his death, to Richard Radclyff, his brother, and his lawful issue, and falling such, after his death, to the lawful heirs of William.
Hugh Halstede Richard Townley, esq. 3 messuages with lands in Almonbury.
Edmond Genyns John Blaykey 4 messuages with lands in Selesden.
William Burden and John Burden, his younger son John Gower, gent., and Thomas Scothorp and Agnes his wife Messuage with lands in Acclome.
Richard Wilkynson and John Wilkynson his son Thomas Wentworth, esq., and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Bolton in the parish of Calverley.
Richard Shyppabodom George Brygh[a]m and Margery his wife Manor of Flyxton and 2 messuages with lands there.
Godfrey Bossevyle, esq. William Swynden Messuage and 2 cottages with lands in Hollandsuayn and Syklston
Richard Hopkynson de Sowreby George Moldson, son and heir apparent of Sethe Moldson Messuage, called Wyttakers, with lands in Stayneland.
Robert Saunderson, gent. Richard Turke, citizen and Aldn of London Manors of Barneby on Donne, Bramwyth, Sandebecke, Hutton Slade, and Hykylton, and 30 messuages, 20 cottages, and a watermill in the name and in Hykylton Carre, Hutton Levyett, Mutton Robert, Cadby, Hunchelff, Wolley, and Notton, also the rectory of Hekylton and all the tithes in the same parish, and the advowson of the vicarage church of Hekylton.
Thomas Draper and William Fennay William Lokwood and Johanna his wife Messuage and fulling mill, with lands in Golker and Lynthwalte, and a fourth part of 10 messuages with lands in Orthecrosland, Margaret, the wife of Thomas, the son and heir apparent of William Lokwood, has certain rights in a portion of the above property.
1549—MICHAELMAS TERM, 3 EDWARD VI.
** The King William Willoughby, Ld. Willoughby de Parham, and Thomas Hennage, kt., and Katherine his wife Manors of Ou[er]ton, Kylnewyke, Belthorp, and Tybbethorpe, and the rectory of Olde Byland, and 100 messuages with lands there and in Owsthorpe, Tolthorpe, Fymbre, Old Byland, Howlym, and Lowthorpe.
Richard Maners, kt., and Thomas Paston, kt. Henry, Earl of Roteland Manors of Lynton upon Owse, Thorneton in Craven, Turneham Hall, and Howseham, and 50 messuages with lands in the same. After a term of one month, Roger Maners, a brother of the Earl, has a life interest in the manor of Lynton upon Owse with certain lands in the same, which, after his death, revert to the Earl. After the same term the manor of Thorneton remains to John Maners, another brother of the Earl, and this, after his death, reverts to the Earl, the manor of Turneham Hall remains to Thomas Maners, another brother, reverting to the Earl after his death, and the manor of Howseham remains to Lady Elianora, Countess of Rutland, and mother of the Earl, and this, on her death, remains to Oliver Maners, another brother of the Earl, reverting to the Earl, on his decease.
Henry Smyth and John Jakson Philip Lovell, gent., and Brigitt his wife Lands in Nunmokton.
Robert Crosby and Brian Baylles Thomas Gargrave, kt., and Johanna his wife 6 messuages with lands in Wakefeld, Thornes, and Sandall near Wakefeld.
Edmond Braswell Edward Thomlynson, clerk 2 messuages and a cottage with lands in Bradforthe, which Peter Wod and Isabel his wife hold during the life of Isabel.
John Syngleton William Yngylby, kt., and Ann his wife 2 messuages with lands in Towthorpe near Euar.
Thomas Waterton, kt. Robert West and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Walton near Sandall.
Robert Ellerton, clerk Thomas Scothorpe Messuage and 2 cottages with lands in Acclome and Levenyng.
Wiliam Byarde William Hyrste and Elizabeth his wife 2 messuages with lands in Burghwalles.
Henry Savyle, esq., Thomas Gargrave, kt., and Robert Savyle, esq. Anthony Talbott, esq. Manor of Hymmesworthe and 20 messuages and a watermill with lands there and in Baddysworth, Northelmeshall, Southe Kyrkeby, Felkyrke, Upton, and Kyngeslaye.
John Redman, esq. William Clapeham, esq. Manor of Overlond and 5 messuages and 4 cottages with lands there and in Thorneton, Burton and Westhowse.
Richard Hopkynson George Molson, son and heir apparent of Sethe Molson Messuage with lands in Staneland, in which Seth has a life interest.
Miles Bane William Holbek 20 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Nafferton, Kyllom, Russheton, Morton, Mapleton, Cowdon, and Wetherwyke, which, should William die without issue, remain to John Beverley and his heirs.
Amerus Burdhed, esq. Thomas Burdhed, gent. Manor of Denby and 8 messuages, 4 cottages, a watermill, and a fulling mill with lands in Denby, Clayton, Yngburcheworthe, Cawthorne, Skeumanthorpe, Langesett, and Carlecoyttes.
John Gascoign, esq., son of William Gascoign, senr., kt. Francis Gascoign, gent., and Elizabeth his wife Manor of Newton Wales.
Thomas Metham, esq. Arthur Darcy, kt., and Mary his wife Manor of Cotneys als. Cotnes and 16 messuages with lands there.
John Webster John Fossart 2 messuages with lands in Morley, Westardysley, and Tyngley.
William Fayrefaxe, kt., and Francis Fayrefaxe his younger son Thomas Barton, esq. Messuage with lands in Hyll and Ryther and free fishing in the water of the Wharf.
William Grenewodd John Mygeley and Emota his wife Messuage with lands in Mygeley.
Thomas Grene, gent. William Gascoign, junr., kt. Messuage with lands in Barneby on Don, in which William Gascoign, senr., kt., father of William Gascoign, junr., has a life interest.
Martin Rosse Richard Jaklyng and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with land in Moscrofte.
Henry Yonge Anthony Roose, gent., and Alice his wife Land in Carleton near Snathe.
Ralph Rokeby and Gerard Salvyn, esqs. Anthony Preston, esq., and Elizabeth his wife, and Francis Bulmer, son and heir apparent of Elizabeth and Katherine his wife 6 messuages with lands in Rysmyre, Atlowe Cooton, Milton, Hyghgatherley, Lowgatherley, Over Whytwell, and Soth cooton, which, should Francis die without lawful issue, remain to Anthony Bulmer, and his lawful issue, and failing such, after his death, to Cuthbert Bulmer, and his lawful issue, and failing such, after his death, to Mary, Anne, and Dorathea, daughters of Elizabeth, and their lawful issue, and failing such, after their deaths, to the right heirs of Elizabeth.
John Redman, esq. Robert Langton, gent. 4 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Burton le Nether, Lounde, and Westhouse.
William Rookys, James Hyll, John Broke, James Tayllor, Thomas Dawson, and Tristram Bollyng John Gells, gent. 16 messuages with lands in Bradford and Mannyngham.
Arthur Darcy, kt. Thomas Metham, esq., and Dorothea his wife, and Thomas Trollop, esq., and Grace his wife 2 messuages with lands in Southborne.
Robert Blunte, gent., and Richard Brayton William Parker Messuage with lands in Richmond in the parish of Hannesworthe, which, on the death of William, remain to Thomas Talbott, esq., son of Francis, Earl of Salop, and his lawful issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of William.
John Fawconer and Thomas Ellys Richard Newson, and Isabel his wife Messuage with lands in Kyghley.
William Grymeston Richard Jaklynge and Elizabeth his wife 10 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Myddylton and Kyplyng Coote.
William Strykland, gent., and Walter Strikland, his son and heir apparent Roger Burton and Alice his wife Manor of Allerstone and 9 messuages with lands there.
William Wharton, Edward Wharton, George Wharton, Richard Wharton, William Wylkynson, and John Bothe John Gascoign, esq. Messuage with lands in Ledshill and Newton Walleys.
William Strikland, gent. Ralph Duffeld, yoman, and Johanna his wife, and Percivall Crawfurthe, monyer The manor of Boyntone and 2 messuages and a windmill with lands in the same and in Twyssindale.
Thomas Colyngwood Ursula Colyngwood, wid. Manor of Bukton and 80 messuages and 40 cottages with lands there and in Righton, Baynton, Hutton Busshell, Twyng, Hamanby, Speyton, Scarburgh, Swayton, Ebberston, and Fexley. Part of which Walter Cawood and Elianora his wife hold during the life of Elianora, another portion, on the death of Ursula, remains to Cuthbert Colyngwood, son and heir apparent of Ursula, and his lawful issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Ursula.
1549–50—HILARY TERM, 3 EDWARD VI.
Christopher Blaston Adlardus Welby, gent., and Elianora his wife 6 messuages and 6 cottages with lands in Etton.
Thomas Gravesende, John Gravesende, and William Wenham William Gascoigne, junr. kt. Manor of Thorpe in Bawne and 100 messuages and 100 cottages with lands there and in Barnby on Done and Sandall.
John Yorke, kt. Francis, Earl of Hunt., and Katherine his wife Manor of Slyngesby and 30 messuages with lands there and in Colton and Holte Crofte, also the advowson of Slyngesby church.
Reginald Noble Thomas Gelles, gent. Messuage or burgage in Wakefeld.
Hugh Hudson William Gom[er?]sall and Richard Gom[er?]sall and Margery his wife Messuage with lands and a pasture, called Towne Homes, in West Haddylsey.
Hugh Wirral Thomas Barnerdeston and Mary his wife Manor of Wheatley and 16 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Wheatley, Potrecare, Sandall, Bentley, Dancaster, Carrhouse near Dancaster, Hexthorpe, Baldye, Loversall, and Warmysworth.
James Lorde and Richard Biddwell Thomas Smyth, esq., and Mary his wife Manors of Leedys, Gypton, and Kyrkeby on the moor, near Burhughbrygge, and 30 messuages, 37 cottages, and a mills with lands in the same and in Langthorpe and Skelton, also a third part of the manors of Thornetonbrygge, Coundale, and Letby, and of 40 messuages with lands there and in Helparbie, Braverton, and Difford.
Thomas Coxon, clerk Henry Sayvell, kt., and Elizabeth his wife The manors of Suttyll, Rowtonstall, Darton, Laxton, Haddelsey, Darryngton, and Emley, and 300 messuages, 10 watermills, and a windmill with lands there and in Chydsell, Mirfeld, Stannesfeld, Byrstall, Dewsbury, and Ovenden, the advowsons of Emley parish church and of the chantries of Haddelsey and Dewsbury, which, after the death of Henry and Elizabeth Sayvell, remain to Edward Sayvell, their son and heir apparent, and his lawful issue, and failing such, on his death, to the right heirs of Elizabeth.
1550—EASTER TERM, 4 EDWARD VI.
** John Bereton, esq., and Henry Tempest, esq. John Tempest, kt., and Ann his wife Manors of Hebdon and Pattnoll in Craven and the manor of Conyston in Ketilweldale, and 60 messuages, 60 cottages, and 2 watermills with lands there and in Allerton, Wellesden, Colyngworthe, and Manyngh[a]m in Bradforddale, and the advowson of the parish church of Burnesall in Burnesall in Craven.
Marmaduke Cleryonett, gent. Robert Barmeton, gent. Messuage, called Lelinnehall, and 10 messuages, 6 cottages, with lands in Egtoft, Lelinne, Danby, Glasydale, Denton, Lyberston, Grysethorpp, Atterbergh Feld als. Northstede, Newby, Burnysshton, and Scawby, also free fishing "infra mare voc. sex Coble rights juxta Scarburgh."
George South Richard Bean and Elizabeth his wife Manor of Burton Pidsey with lands there and free fishing in the water of Pidsey.
Robert Atherton William Ryther, esq., Humphrey Browne, kt., and Agnes his wife, and Matthew Redman, esq. Pasture land and the moiety of the site and castelle of Harwood in Harwood.
John Wylkynson Johanna Myrfeld, wid., and Christopher Myrfeld Cottage with lands in Bolton upon Derne.
Thomas Weste and Robert Flecher Ralph Greves 4 messuages, a cottage and fulling mill with lands in Hunshelfe and Waddeshelfe, which, if Ralph dies without lawful issue, remain to Nicholas Greves als. Wilson, the bastard son of Ralph, and his lawful issue, and failing such, after his death, to William, the son of John Greves, and his lawful issue, and failing such, after his death, to William, the son of Arthur Greves, and his lawful issue, and failing such, on his death, to the right heirs of the aforesaid Ralph.
George Ireland and Robert Darwyn John Lee, junr., and Margery his wife Messuage, cottage, &c., in Ecclesall and Parkhed.
Robert Conyers, esq. Thomas Metham, senr., and Ann his wife A third part of a messuage with lands in Lytyll Danby, South Cowton, and Hutton upon Wyske.
Christopher Marler John Parke and Johanna his wife Lands in Benetlonde and Newlonde.
John Asteley de Allerton Bywatter, yoman John Lacy de Medley, gent., and Johanna his wife Messuage in Woodrow and a cottage with lands in Medley and Mekyltowne.
Robert Haymworth John Tempest, kt., and Ann his wife 2 messuages with lands in Collyngworth.
Christopher Mirfeld and Henry Tempest and Elena his wife Tristram Bollyng Manors of Tonge, Collynghed and Grendesthorp and 65 messuages and a watermills with lands there and in Holme, also the advowson of the chapel of St James of Tonge in Tonge.
John Hodshon Robert Bossall and Isabel his wife 2 messuages, &c., in Richmond.
Robert Rutter John Collyn[..] and Johanna his wife Messuage with lands in Wykham.
Ambrose Bekwyth, esq. Henry Dycson and Margaret his wife The moiety of the manor of Rycall and of 20 messuages and 60 cottages with lands in Rycall, Houghton, Castelforthe, Whytwod Mere, Ayketon, and Clyfford, which William Metham and Constance his wife hold during the life of Constance.
Nicholas Pollard John Rodley 2 messuages with lands in Northebyrell.
John Midelton, esq., next of kin and heir apparent of William Midelton, kt. The same William Midelton, kt., and Johanna his wife Manors of Stokell, Habton, Brakynthwayte, Beymysley, Stubh[a]m, Berwyk, and Drawghton and 200 messuages, 200 cottages, a watermill, and a fulling mill with lands in Middelton, Austbye, Kyrkbywise, Kyreby, and Osberwyke.
Thomas Ellys John Harrison and Elizabeth his wife Land in Doncaster.
Edward Hawley, gent. Robert Hawley Messuage with lands and the moiety of a messuage in Pontefreyt, Adwyke upon Derne, and Mexburghe.
Richard Dawson Thomas Lacy de Medley, gent., and Johanna his wife Messuage with land in Medley.
Edmond Mawhawte als. Mawde, gent. Matthew Redman, esq. 2 messuages with lands in Helthewatehill and Dounkesewyke.
William Edwyn and Jo Harryson Thomas Methm[..], senr., esq. 2 messuages and 4 cottages with lands in Yokeflete and Bawkeholme, and free flshing in the water of the Owse.
Robert Darley John Blaunche and Johanna his wife Messuage with lands in Westmelton in the parish of Wathe.
Thomas Beamont William Lyle and Johanna his wife Messuage with lands in Almondburye.
Robert Deyne and William Deyne, his son and heir apparent Thomas Sayvile de Welbourne, son and heir apparent of Thomas Sayvile de Eckylsley, deceased, and Cecilia his wife Messuage, called Eckylsley Hall, &c., and a close, called Pypyghell als. Spynkpyghell with lands in Eckylsley and Sowthorome.
Marmaduke Clerionett William Butler, gent. 4 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Rokysby, Pycall, and Synderby.
John Key de Dalton John Herrison and Elizabeth his wife, John Jenkynson de Gawberdhall, and Raiphe Jenkynson, his son and heir apparent, and Ann his wife Manor of Shelley and 16 messuages, 6 cottages, and a watermill with lands in Shelley, Shepeley, Thurstonlande, and Burton.
Brian Bradforde, Michael Cure, Henry Cokkell, Giles Dolyff, Christopher Pensone, and Henry Tompsone Thomas Gargrave, kt., and Johanna his wife 11 messuages with lands in Wakefelde, Horbury, and West Ardesleyew.
William Edwyn, gent. William Clyderhow, gent. Messuage with lands in Yokefflete and free fishing in the water of the Owse.
John Jenkynson and Ralph Jenkynson John Key and Johanna his wife, and John Herryson and Elizabeth his wife Mansion house, called Gawberdhall and 4 messuages and a cottage with lands in Bargh and Barnesley.
Thomas Nicols John Key and Johanna his wife, and John Herryson and Elizabeth his wife, John Jenkynson, and Ralph Jenkynson and Ann his wife Land, called Lawroides, and land in Shelley.
John Harryson de Lacelhall, gent. John Key de Dalton and Johanna his wife, John Jenkynson de Gawberdhall, and Ralph Jenkynson, his son and heir apparent Mansion house, called Lacelhall, with lands in Lepton, Barsland, Dodeworthe, and Barnesley.
James Tailor Thomas Horton and Isabel his wife 3 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Bollyng.
Richard Beamond, esq. Robert Beamond, gent. 8 messuages and a cottage with lands in Lepton, Gawhthorpe, and Heton.
Arthur Darcye, kt. Thomas Scott 4 messuages, 3 cottages, and a watermill with lands in Potternewton and Boslyngthorpe, in which Dowsabel Scotte has a life interest.
Warrenn Scargill, gent., and Dorothy his wife Robert Ryther and Alice his wife 2 messuages with lands in Cowyke and Snaythe.
1550—MICHAELMAS TERM, 4 EDWARD VI.
* John Bellowe, esq. John Syssotson Lands in Swanland, Kyrke Ellay, and West Ellay in Kingston upon Hull.
** William Porter John Ayer and Elizabeth his wife A third part of 9 messuages, &c., in the parish of All Hallowes, "Sup. le Pavement," in the city of York, and a third part of 20 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Benyngton, Buckton, and Boynton.
** John Peck and Peter Newton William Copley, kt., and Lady Mary his wife, and Richard Bellingham, esq., and Johanna his wife 10 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Flaxfleyte, Bromefleyte, Blaktofte, Yokeflete, Grenehake, Bellysysse, Bennetland, Sandholme, Gilberdyke, Bothebye, Gowtrye, Gowthorpe, Stadyethorpe, and Scalbye.
Thomas Waterton, kt., Peter Fretchwell, kt., Richard Tempest, Alvered Tempest, William Tempest, Francis Tempest, younger brothers of John Tempest, esq. John Tempest, esq. Manor of Myddelshytlyngton and 7 messuages and 4 cottages with lands there, which John Ryddyard and Alice his wife hold during the life of Alice.
Thomas Raynolde, esq. William Halyday, gent., and Alice his wife Lands in Pountefrete and Ackworth.
John Hargraves Christopher Holmes de Oxynhop and Margaret his wife 3 messuages with lands in Carlton in Craven.
Nicholas Pollard William Froste and Constance his wife 2 messuages and a cottage with lands in Sandall, Wodethorp, Milnethorpe, and Dyrkacre.
Miles Burton Thomas Savell, gent., son and heir of Leonard Savell, and John Pek Manor of Hollynghedge and 20 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Eland, Staneland, Clyfton, Waddesworth, Heptonstall, Hallyfax, Barkesland, Warneby, and Sawreby. A portion of this Christopher Hydes and Elizabeth his wife hold during the life of Elizabeth and after her death it remains to Miles. The remainder to be held to John for a term of one week, and on its expiration, it remains to Thomas Savell and Murielle his wife, the daughter of Thomas Watterton, kt., and their lawful issue, and falling such, after their deaths, to the right heirs of Thomas.
Edward Brand Thomas Greneall and Sithe his wife Messuage with lands in Carleton Mynyon near Thirske and Skypton upon Swale.
Thomas Burton John Nelson and Anne his wife Messuage and 2 cottages with lands in Firbek and Twaite.
William Babthorpe, kt. Geffrey Proctor, gent., and Winefreda his wife Lands in Hagthorp and Brakenholme.
Hugh Erryngton and John Clerke John Copyndale, gent. Manor of Barmeby near Bossall and 7 houses with lands there and in Beverley and Harton, which, after a term of one week, remain to Elizabeth Trckeld, whom John Copyndale is about to marry, and after her death, to John Copyndale and his heirs.
William Wylson Richard Nelson, gent., and Elizabeth his wife Manor of Southefrodyngham and 10 messuages, 6 cottages with lands, and a rental of 1lb of pepper in the same and in Otringham, Rymeswell, Newsom, and Long Preston in Holdernes.
Gilbert Bothomley George Molson and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Staynland in the parish of Eland.
William Parke Hamon Knottesford and Katherine his wife Messuage and cottage with lands in Troumfleyte in the parish of Kyrke Sandall.
John Bradyll, gent. Thomas Hesketh, esq., de Rufforthe and Alice his wife Messuage with lands in Newton in Bolland.
Thomas Jowland John Ossett and Johanna his wife Messuage with lands in Cowyke and Snaythe.
Edward Hawlye, gent. Robert Hawlye 3 messuages with lands in Clayton in the parish of Higheholand.
George Parker William Marton de Stabyloke Messuage with lands in Newton in Bowland.
Thomas Hardwyke, gent. Arthur Darcye, kt., and Mary his wife Manor of Potter Newton and 2 messuages with lands there and in Ledes.
William Haigh John Tempest de Walton in the parish of Sandall and Elizabeth his wife, and John Rudyard de Newstede and Alice his wife Messuage with lands in Whitley and Birtwisyll.
Arthur Dakyns and Richard Foxe Andrew Wythes and Katherine his wife Lands in Thorpe Bassett.
William Marton Thomas Heskethe, esq., de Rufforth and Alice his wife 3 messuage with lands in Newton in Bolland.
Roger Moddye William Hagney and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with land in Doncaster.
William Tayler Robert Tayler and Margaret his wife Messuage with lands in Little Sheyfyld.
Thomas Thorneton and Thomas Woodhouse Thomas Hall, gent. Lands in Lenarton.
Alexander Burgh and Robert Burgh Thomas Mytton and John Arthyngton Manor of Great Cattall and 8 messuages and 4 cottages with lands there and In Ryppon and Brampton.
William Jopson William Wylbforce and Ann his wife Messuage and cottage with lands in Yapeh[a]m and Meltonbye.
Christopher Marshall and Robert Fletcher Thomas Gower, esq., and Ann his wife, William Conyers, esq., and Katherine his wife, and Peter Slyngsbye, esq., and Johanna his wife Manors of Wodersom, Eltoft, Erneclyffe and Daletowne, and 140 messuages, 60 cottages, and 3 watermills with lands in the same and in Inglebye, Westclafeld, Tryanham, Thorner, Clifford, Tadcaster, Sutton, Potternewton, Gledhall, Mooreallerton, Chapeltowne, Hawkysworthe, Rawdon, Rygton, Bramham, Billysdale, Otteley, Shadwell, Donkeswyke, and Byrtby, which, after a term of one week, remain to William Malyverer, kt., for his life, and after his death, to Edward, son of Robert Malyverer, esq., and his lawful male issue, and failing such, after his death, to Thomas, his brother, and his lawful male issue, and failing such, after his death, to William, son of William Malyverer, deceased, late of Thorner, and his lawful male issue, and failing such, after his death, to the right heirs of William Malyverer, kt.
John Hanley, Richard Hanley, and George Hanley Christopher Metcalfe, kt. 2 messuages with lands in Warmesworth and Loversall and common pasturage in Potter Carr.
Robert Foster, gent. Thomas Normanvyle and Dorothy his wife Manor of Newton and 10 messuages and 16 cottages with lands in Newton in Cleveland.
John Waynwright de Bolsterstone John Bromhed and John Tyndale als. Kendall and Elena his wife Messuage with lands in Bradfeld in the parish of Ecclesfeld.
Thomas Wentworth, gent. Richard Lyster, kt., Chief Justice of the Common Pleas. Messuage and 4 cottages with lands in Westerton, Erlesheton, and Wakefeld, in which Lady Katherine late the wife of Thomas Borough, kt., deceased, has a life interest.
Humphrey Broun, kt., one of the Justices of the King's Bench, William Hungaite, gent., William Hothom, gent., Hugh Hungaite, gent., and Peter Anne, gent. Martin Anne, esq. Lands in Frykley, Garettynge, and Frykwell.
Robert Sotheby William Wilberforce and Ann his wife 2 messuages, 6 cottages with lands, and 2 lbs of pepper rent in Yapeh[a]m, Meltonbye, and North Duffeld.
Richard Bryghouse Robert Beamonte and Marina his wife 5 messuages and 4 cottages with lands in Nether Whitley.
Miles Baynbrygge Robert Baynbrigge de Hungarhowe Messuage with lands in Howgyll in Sedbarre.
Robert Trayne William Wilbforce and Ann his wife Lands in Yapeh[a]m and Meltonbye.
William Marshall Thomas Marshall Messuage with lands in Southclyff.
Henry Hawkesworth John Wylkokson and Alice his wife A third part of a messuage with lands in Haldesworth Banke near Lokkersley in the parish of Bradfeld.
George Ireland and Thomas Ellys Amerus Burdett, esq., and Richard Burdett, his son 5 messuages with lands in Clayton and Skelmanthorpe in the parish of Higholland and Yngbyrchworthe in the parish of Penyston, a portion of which, lying in Clayton, remains, after a term of one week, remains to Richard Burdett and Ann his wife and their lawful male issue, and failing such, after their deaths, to the right heirs of Amerus.
Thomas Lodge, citizen and grocer of London Henry Stafford, Ld. Stafford, and Ursula his wife, and Henry Stafford, his son and heir apparent The manor of Essyngton als. Esyngton and 100 messuages, 60 cottages, 3 watermills, — windmills with lands there and in Crosteyland, Dymelton als. Dombleton, Kynge Garthys, and Gyvdoneland, and free fishing in the water of the Hoomber, and 4 fairs in Essyngton, Crosteyland, Dombleton, Kyng Garthys, and Gyevdoneland.
Symon Kyrkbe Thomas Marshall Messuage with lands in Southclyff.
Thomas Pekston William Hansby and Agnes his wife 2 messuages, 2 cottages, &c., in Malton.

Footnotes

1 By mistake this is in the bundle of fines for Divers Counties.
2 This fine is imperfect.
3 This fine is imperfect.
4 This fine is in the Index, but not in the feet of Fines.