Yorkshire Fines
1560

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Francis Collins (editor)

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1887

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231-243

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'Yorkshire Fines: 1560', Feet of Fines of the Tudor period [Yorks]: part 1: 1486-1571 (1887), pp. 231-243. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49635 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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1560

1559–60—HILARY TERM, 2 ELIZABETH.
* Nicholas Fayrffax, kt. Thomas Thwaite, esq. 7 Messuages with lands in Folyfate.
** William Paulett, K.G., Marquis of Winton and Thes of England, Bedds., William, Earl of Pembroke, K.G., Ld. Clynton and Saye, High Admiral of England, William Cecill, kt., Chief Secretary to the Queen, and Richard Sakvyle, kt. William Grey, K.G., Ld. Grey de Wylton Manor of Spaunton and 30 messuages and 30 cottages with lands there and in Appleton, Hutton, Dowthwatdale, Lastingh[a]m, and Rosdale.
William Lawrence and Nicholas Clarston Thomas Mychelborne, gent. The moiety of the moiety and the moiety of the fourth part of the manors of Tarnston, Alborowe als. Alborough and Hylston, and of 30 messuages, 3 windmills, 20 cottages with lands and 3 several fisheries there; also the moiety of the fourth part and the moiety of the moiety of the fourth part of the manor of Carleton, and of 7 messuages, a windmill, and 7 cottages with lands in Carleton and Aldborowe, and the moiety of the moiety and the moiety of the fourth part of the advowson of Hylston church,which, after a term of one month, remain to Thomas and Alicehis wife, and their lawful issue, and failing such, after their deaths, to the lawful male issue of Thomas, and failing such, to Edward Michelborne, and his lawful male issue, and failing such, after his death, to John Michelborne, junr., and his lawful male issue, and failing such, after his death, to the lawful heirs of Edward.
Robert Holmes, gent, and John Middelton Thomas Wentworth de Wentworth Woodhouse, esq., and Margaret his wife Lands in Barneby upon Donne, Thorpe Redds, and Rauds.
Thomas Woodhead John Kaye Messuage with lands in Barkesland, to be held at an annual rent of 22s to be paid by Thomas to John Kaye, after the death of Henry Kaye, the father of John.
William Jagger, junr. Edward Percy, esq., and Elizabeth his wife, Thomas Watterton, esq., Francis Watterton, Laurence Watterton, and George Watterton Land in Crigleston in the parish of Sandall Magna.
Richard Aire Hugh Smyth, gent. 7 messuages with lands in Atterclyff, Dernall, Tynslowe, Catclyff, and Sheffeld.
Nicholas Denman, gent. Thomas Wentworth de Wentworth, esq., and Margaret his wife The manor of Pollyngton and 6 messuages and 6 cottages with lands there and in Bawncrofte, Snaythe, and Cowyck.
Ralph Pynder Thomas Hall Manor of Lenerton and a messuage with lands there.
Henry, Earl of Cumberland William Widmerpole and Ann his wife 5 messuages with lands in Arneclyff, Arnclyff Coote, and Hawkeswik.
Henry Akeredd Richard Whalley and Barbara his wife 3 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Arynden.
John Stansfeld, Miles Stansfeld, Edward Stansfeld, Thomas Stansfeld, and Roger Lee William Wentworth, gent., and Helena his wife 4 messuages with lands in Shore and Stansfeld.
Stephen Paslewe Lady Elizabeth Drury, wid. The moiety of the manor of Girssington and of 66 messuages, 12 cottages, and a watermill with lands there and in Thorpe and Conyshton.
John Lambert, son and heir apparent of John Lambert, esq., and Christopher Mawde William Clapham, esq., and Margaret his wife and George Clapham, his son and heir apparent 12 messuages and a watermill with lands and a rental of 13s 4d, 1lb of pepper, and 1 pair of gold spurs in Gargreve and Beamesley, which, after the death of William and Margaret, remain to George, and his lawful male issue, and failing such, after his death, to the lawful male issue of William, and failing such, to the lawful male issue of Christopher Clapham, deceased, the father of William, and failing such, to the lawful male issue of William Clapham, the father of Christopher, and failing such, to the lawful heirs of George.
Thomas Wentworth de Wentworth, esq. Nicholas Denman, gent., and Elena his wife The manor of Tynneslawe and 5 messuages, 4 cottages, and a watermill with lands there and in Brinsforth, Cattacliffe, Orgrave, Hansworth, Darnall, Treton, Whitehill, Rotherham, and Attercliffe, also free fishing in the Donne, and the advowson of the free chapel of St Laurence in Tynneslawe.
William Turton Brian Bayles, merchant, and Richard Bevett, son and heir of Ralph Bevett, deceased 4 messuages with lands in Bagden and Denby.
Nicholas Fayrffax, kt. William Wyldon, gent. A watermill with land in Yearsley.
Thomas Bromley and Richard (fn. 1) — Henry Scrope, and James Phillippe als. Philip, gent. The manor of Brignell als. Brignall and 13 messuages, 14 cottages, and a watermill with lands there, to be held for a term of 92 years, at an annual rent of £3 16sd, payable to — during the lives of John and Arthur Phillipp als. Philip, sons of James.
William Sutcliff Richard Whalley, esq., and Barbara his wife 12 messuages and a watermill with lands in Arynden.
John Dyghton, gent., and Anthony Hyrst Thomas Wentworth, esq., and Elizabeth his wife Manor of Dyghton als. Dyton and 4 messuages, 3 cottages, with lands, and 12 acres of land covered with water there and in Edgerton, Gledholt, Grenehed, and Huddersfelde.
Francis, Earl Salop, George Talbott., kt., Ld. Talbott, Thomas Parry, kt., Treasurer of the Queen's household, William Cordell, kt., Master of the Rolls of the Court of Chancery, James Dyer, kt., Chief Justice of the Queen's Common Bench, Anthony Broun[..], one of the Justices of the Queen's same Common Bench, Thomas Gargrave, kt., Richard Lee, kt., Edward Gryffyn, esq., John Carryll, esq., the Queen's Attorney of the Duchy of Lancaster, and Christopher Wraye, esq. Edward Sayvyle, esq. The manors of Thornehill, Hunsworth, Eland, Sowth Orum als. Eland Parke, Stayneland, Barkysland, Russheworth, Northland, Skyrcoote, Ovenden, Shelfe, Wyke, Waddysworth, Rowtunstall, Emley, Thurleston, Myrfelde, and Stansfelde, and 1,120 messuages, 406 cottages, 20 watermills, 20 fulling mills, and 6 windmills with lands there and in Heyton Clacke, Greteland, Bryghowse, Hypperholme, North Orum, Hallyfax, Byrstall, Go[m]msall, Skelmanthorpe, Hundersfeld, Almondbery, Horton, and Bradford, also the advowsons of Thornehill and Emley churches.
John Cockrell, John Lynsey, William Humler, and John Wryght Richard Paynell, esq. Manor of Ryall, called Panell manor, and 3 messuages with lands in Ryall, Camerton, Ottrynghame Mershe, Sunthorpe, and Gunh[m]me in Holdernes.
Dionisia Graves, wid., and Nicholas Graves Nicholas Odley and Agnes his wife Messuage and a cottage with lands in Wyrrall and Bradfeld.
Thomas Gargrave, kt. William Towers and Dorothea his wife, Thomas Stoughton and Frances his wife, George Stoughton and John Dunston 2 messuages with lands in Felkirk, Havercroft, Hotrood, Bradfeld, and Morchall.
1560—EASTER TERM, 2 ELIZABETH.
* Robert Dalton Richard Harryson de Beu[m]ley, and Elizabeth his wife Messuage in Kingston upon Hull.
* Robert Dalton Elizabeth Hancoke, wid. of John Hancoke, and Margaret Mellyngton, wid. of Thomas Mellyngton Messuage, a shop, and 3 cellars in Kingston upon Hull.
** Anthony Huse, Thomas Huse, William Thorold, and John Alcocke Henry, Earl of Rutland Manors of Raventhorpe and Heskethe and 40 messuages and a mill with lands and a free fishery in the same and in Bolteby, Scalton, Croft, and Orlyaunce.
Martin Anne, esq. Robert Baxter, gent. Messuage and a cottage with lands in Clayton.
Roger Baynes William Power and Agnes his wife and Alice Savyll Messuage with lands in Horberye.
James Grenewod Henry Aykeroid and Ann his wife Messuage with lands in Waddisworth.
Christopher Stansfelde Thomas Askh[..]m Messuage with lands in Gysley.
Wilfrid Banaster, esq. John Redman, esq., and Jane his wife and Francis Redman and Margaret his wife The moiety of a messuage with lands in Helleyfeld. A warrant against the claims of John Hamerton and his heirs.
John Ellerton and Christopher Ellerton Marmaduke Lacye and Alice his wife 2 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Boythorpe, Sowthcliff, and Northcliff.
Leonard Whittey Thomas Whyttey Messuage with land in Walden and Burton in Bishopdale.
Edward Stansfelde Richard Whalley, esq., and Barbara his wife 7 messuages with lands in Airingden and Airingden Park.
Christopher Readshawe Leonard Marton and Thomasine his wife and William Wilden 4 messuages with lands in Yowersley.
Robert Sotheby Marmaduke Lacye and Alice his wife Messuage and 8 cottages with lands in Easthorpe.
Alvered Coplay, esq. Richard Babott, esq. Messuage with lands and the tithes in garbs and grain in Batley, and the moiety of the patronage and of the advowson of the vicarage church of Batley.
William Mitton Wilfrid Banaster, esq., and Isabel his wife Messuage with lands in Newby and Rymington.
John Redyerde Francis Pytte and Isabel his wife, and George Clarke Land in Brereley.
Thomas Talbott and Stephen Pudsey, gents. Wilfrid Banaster, esq., and Isabel his wife 10 messuages and 4 cottages with lands in Bancke Newton, Hellyfeld, Cawlton, Kyrby, and Mawlham.
Henry Cockell George Foxcrofte and Johanna his wife Messuage with lands in Wakefeld.
John Richardson Ralph Crayke and Grace his wife Messuage with lands in Gannton.
Thomas Sayll William Skelton and Johanna his wife Messuage with lands in Pountfret.
Thomas Woodhead James Wormall and Elizabeth his wife Cottage with lands in Stayneland.
Leonard Helagh William Sherewood and Johanna his wife Messuage with lands in Pountfret.
Thomas Wentworth Henry Shawe, gent., and Effanna his wife Lands in Morley.
Richard Sonderland John Tempest, kt. 3 messuages with lands in Hayneworthe.
Richard Lounde Robert Hawdenby 2 messuages with lands in Rednes and Swynflet.
Richard Bunche and Robert Reade Thomas Norres Messuage with lands in Tyckhill.
John Webster Thomas Estborne Messuage, &c., in Bradford and Bradford Dayle.
John Batt and Henry Batt Edward Savile, esq. Messuage with lands in Tonge.
John Mawde Marmaduke Rayner Messuage with lands in Staynland.
Oswald Rykarde, gent. Thomas Dylcock Messuage with lands in Heck and Hethensall.
Edmond Broke and John Kytson William Broke Lands in Liu[m]sege.
Brian Bayles and William Lister Anthony Wylson 2 messuages with lands in Wakefelde and Alu[m]thorpe.
Thomas Rygg, John Wilkynson, Thomas Ingham, Henry Cokcroft and John Hobson Richard Whalley, esq., and Barbara his wife 6 messuages with lands in Airingden and Airingden Park.
Thomas Rycard Humphry Grandorge, gent. Messuage and a cottage with lands in Snayth, Soca de Snayth, and Pollyngton.
George Babyngton, esq., and Thomas Babyngton, junr., gent. John Darcy, kt., Ld. Darcye Manors of Swyne, Catwyke, and Hattefeld, and 30 messuages, 50 cottages, and 3 mills with lands there and in Carleton and Owstewyke.
John Fournes Walter Calu[m]ley, esq., and Ann his wife The moiety of a messuage with lands in Pygburne.
George Shottylworth John Hamerton, esq. Messuage with lands in Esyngton.
Joseph Broke John Broke and Ann his wife Messuage and 3 cottages with lands in Lyttlegom[er]sall and Gretgom[er]sall.
Thomas Cokayn, kt., and William Fynney Godfrey Foliambe, esq., and Trothea his wife Manors of Pennyston, Waterhall, Holleyhall, Hollandsweyn, and Newton upon Darwen, and 20 messuages and 10 cottages with lands there, which, after a term of 3 days, remain to Francis, the son of James Foliambe, kt., deceased, for his life, and after his death, to Godfrey and his heirs.
John Eshe, son of Dorothie Eshe, wid. The same Dorothie Eshe, wid. Messuage with lands in Woudhaule and Burton Constable, and two fifths of a messuage in Burton Constable.
Roger Lee and Francis Snawdone Dorothea Eshe 5 messuages with lands in Spenythorne, and the fifth part and the moiety of another fifth part of the manor of Spenythorne, and of the advowson of Spenythorne church.
Thomas Watson John Hamerton, esq. 5 messuages with lands in Hally feld and the moiety of 4 messuages with lands there.
Richard Sutcliff, Henry Sutcliff, and Anthony Sutcliff Henry Aikeroyde and Ann his wife 3 messuages with lands in Withnis, Manckenholes, and Sowreby.
John Fort Wilfrid Banaster, esq., and Isabel his wife Messuage with lands in Newby and Rymyngton.
Thomas Wodhead, James Foxcrofte, Thomas Gledhyll, and John Hanson John Kendall 2 messuages and 3 cottages with land in Rysshworth.
John Bee and Margaret his wife Richard Babott 3 messuages with lands in Snaythe, Rawclif, and Cowycke.
Henry, Earl of Cumberland Edmond Jennyngs Messuage and 3 cottages with lands in Sylesden.
John Beirestowe and Robert Beirestowe John Hardy Messuage with lands in Ovenden.
John Lacy William Sutclyff and Agnes his wife Messuage with lands in Migeley.
Robert Fletcher and Bartholomew Warryner George Foxcrofte Messuage and a cottage with lands in Bargrange in Heddyngley, which, after the death of George, remain to John Foxcrofte of Sulland, his brother, and his heirs.
Matthew Warcop Leonard Brugh, gent., and Agnes his wife Manor of Est Hawkyswell and 26 messuages, 8 cottages, and a watermill with lands there and in West Hawkyswell.
Edmond Brooke Richard Leigh and James Haldisworth and Margaret his wife Messuage with lands in Myrfeld.
Thomas Bell Ralph Vincent and Elizabeth his wife, and John Vincent Messuage in Thryske.
Robert Foster Thomas Normanvell, esq. Manor of Smalves and 3 messuages and 4 cottages with lands in Smalves, Tadcaster, and Newton, and free fishing in the Wharfe.
Roland Brashey, George Knolles, Edmond Aierton, and Henry Paycock John Lambert and Ann his wife, and Adam Swyer and Johanna his wife Watermill in Malholme.
John Folkingham, gent., son of Thomas Folkingham, esq., and Lady Jane his wife, late the wife of Giles Huse, kt. The same Thomas and Jane Manor of Northall and a messuage and a watermill with lands in Ledes, Shopkar, and Burlay.
William Bowrdale, Robert Hemingwaye, Thomas Culpon. Richard Smythe, and William Thomas Richard Whalley, esq., and Barbara his wife 3 messuages with lands in Ayringden and Ayringden Park.
Henry Atkinson Richard Aldburgh and William Ryther Messuage with lands in Kyrkby Overblowes.
Robert Hood George Gilliott Lands in Dyke.
Edmond Jennyngs Henry, Earl of Cumberland 3 cottages with lands in Sylesden.
John Killingbeck Roger Marshall and Mary his wife 3 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Thorner.
John Redman, gent. Thomas Lovell, gent. 3 messuages with lands in Schupton in the forest of Galtres.
1560–TRINITY TERM, 2 ELIZABETH.
* Richard Stapilton, kt. Thomas Meth[..]m, kt., and Edith his wife Manors of Askham Bryan and Ruffurthe, and 60 messuages and 20 cottages with lands there and in Tockwith, Wilstrope, Knapton, and Aton.
1560–MICHAELMAS TERM, 2 & 3 ELIZABETH.
* Thomas Wharton, kt., Ld. Wharton Robert Tempest, esq., and Margaret his wife, and Michael Tempest, his son and heir apparent The house and site of the late Monastery and Priory of Synyngethewait als. Synyngtwhit, and a messuage with lands there and in Walton, Bykerton, and Bylton.
* John Newcome and Stephen Bowes Nicholas Fairefax and George Fairefax, one of his sons Land in Akester, which, after a term of one week, remains to Frances, wife of George, for her life, and after her death, to Nicholas, and his heirs.
* Francis Slyngesbie, esq. Christopher Aleyn, kt., and John Ascoughe Manors of Redhowse and Scaggylthorpe als. Skaggilthorpe and a watermill with lands there.
** Thomas Rerysby and Ralph Westby, esqs. Robert Swyft, esq., and William Ball, gent. The grange, called Woodlethes, and the grange, called Barley hall, and 9 messuages, 40 cottages, 5 shops, and the moiety of a shop with lands there and in Cunysburgh, Wentworth, Wakefeld, Rotheram, Sheffeld, Mexbrugh, Swynton, Gresebroke, Brinceforth, Dalton, and Crokes.
Richard Becke and John Storye John Phillipp, gent., and Elienora his wife The castle, called Hiddeswell Pyle, and 40 messuages, 20 cottages, 30 shops, 2 watermills, and a fulling mill with lands in Richemonde.
Alexander Rysheworthe and Edward Bollyng, gents. Matthew Redman, esq., and John Plesyngton Messuage with lands in Harwood, Wardeley, Dunkeswyke, and Angrame.
Thomas Prestone Richard Shippabotham and Agnes his wife Lands in Besinbie.
Gregory Greenwood and Thomas Foxcrofte Nicholas Hicke Messuage with lands in Batley and Soothill.
Gilbert Watson William Lyster, esq,, and Brigitt his wife The moiety of the manor of Hartlyngton and of 40 messuages, 10 cottages, and a watermill with lands there and in Burnesall, Cawgarth-howse, and Appletrewyke.
Robert Brandling, kt. William Bulleyn and Agnes his wife, and John Baxter, esq. Manor of Linton and a messuage and a cottage with lands there.
William Strickland, esq. Christopher Metecalff, kt. Manor of Newton near Wyntryngham als. Place Newton, and 10 messuages, 4 cottages, and a watermill with lands there.
Robert Thompson George Bowes, kt. Messuage with lands in Newsam and Kyrkby on the Hill.
Thomas Dyddesbury Robert Towry, gent., and Elena his wife 2 messuages and 2 shops with lands in Beverley.
Richard Bell John Cholmeley, esq., and Katherine his wife Messuage with land in Beverley.
John Bryg Thomas Savile, esq. Land in Northland.
Francis Redman John Ham[er]ton, esq. The moiety of a messuage with lands in Helleyfeld.
Margaret Wilcock George Wilcocke. gent., and Elizabeth his wife Land in Ackworth.
Christopher Rypley Gabriel Sanquintane Messuage with lands in Picaring.
James Tocoott and John Postgate, clerk Richard Cholmeley, kt., and James Strangways, esq. Lands in Whytby and Sneton.
Edward Walker and George Fyssher William Franke, senr. Messuage and 2 cottages with lands in Alwodley and Cotyngley, which, after the death of William, remain to William and Stephen Franke, his sons, and after their deaths, to Matilda Franke, Elizabeth Morus, wife of Christopher Morus, Johanna Saxton, wife of Thomas Saxton, and Dorothee Watson, wife of John Watson, daughters of William Franke, and after their deaths, to Frances Morus, daughter of the aforesaid Elizabeth, Thomas and William Saxton, sons of the aforesaid Johanna Saxton, Beatrice and Ann Watson, daughters of Dorothee Watson, for their lives, and after their deaths, to the right heirs of William Franke, senr.
Gregory Waterhouse and Robert Brighouse John Rodleye Messuage with lands in Byreleye als. Byarle.
George Clarke Thomas Arlay and Elizabeth his wife, and John Arlay, his son and heir apparent Messuage with lands in South-hynley.
Hugh Morwen and George Morwen George Constable and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Wharrum in le Strete.
William Chadweke William Warde 3 messuages, &c., in Bradford, in which Robert Rawson has a life interest.
Edward Hawlye, gent. Dorothea Wylcock, wid. Messuage with lands in Howton Pannell and Morehouses.
John Jackson de Whytwood, and Elena his wife Thomas Savyle de Kyrkby, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, and William Pylley, gent. The moiety of the manor of Ederthorp and of 12 messuages and 8 cottages with lands there and in Derfeld, Lyttlehaughton, Ardysley Hill, Overswayle, and Worsbrough.
William Ball and George Fyssher, gents. William Blagburne als. Blakborne and John Crossley Messuage with lands in Huddersfelde.
Francis, Earl of Salop, Edward, Earl of Derby, Henry, Earl of Rutland, William, Earl of Pembrock, William Cycylle, kt., Chief Secretary to the Queen, William Cordell, kt., Master of the Rolls of the Court of Chancery, James Dyer, kt., Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench, Thomas Gargrave, kt., William Calverley, kt., William Gascoygn, esq., and Walter Calverley, esq. Edward Savyle, esq. Manors of Tankersley and Haddylsey and 40 messuages, a windmill, and 20 cottages with lands there and in Hunshelf, Pound, Birkyn, West Haddylsey, Myddylhaddylsey, and Esthaddylsey, and the advowson of Tankersley church.
George Wilkinson Richard Bothe and Elena his wife, and Thomas Byskett and Isabel his wife Messuage and 2 cottages with lands in Claxton.
Thomas Marshall George Constable and Elizabeth his wife Messuage and a cottage with lands in Rastrop and Wharram Persey.
John Tyrlynge, gent. Robert Northclyff 2 messuages with lands in Barseland als. Byrkesland.
James Ketchyn Edward Haldworthe and Matilda his wife Messuage and a burgage with lands in Skipton in Craven.
Thomas Preston Anthony Turner and Mary his wife Messuage with lands in Ruston.
James Croft Peter Beamount and Mary his wife 2 messuages and a cottage with lands in Morley, Churwell, Beston, and Wakefeld.
George Ward and Robert Ward William Towers and Dorothea his wife 2 messuages with lands in Waldershelf, Westmanhaugh, and Bradfeld.
John Risheworth, junr., and Richard Risheworth Alexander Risheworth, gent. Messuage with lands in Shelf, in which John Risheworth, senr., has a life interest.
Gerrard Lowther, Lawrence Banyster, and Thomas Bates Christopher Monckton, esq. Manors of Carvyll als. Carvell and Burlande als. Byrlande and 20 messuages, 8 cottages, and a windmill with lands there.
Ralph Blackar Francis Wodroff, esq. Land in Crigleston.
Francis Wodruff, esq. Leonard Dacre, esq. Manor of Notton and 60 messuages and 20 cottages with lands in Notton, Royston, Wolleye, Brereley, Darton, Felchurche, Chappelthorpe, Crigleston, Hymysworth, Woodsome, and Appleday.
Reginald Heyver William Lyster, esq., and Brigitt his wife The moiety of the manor of Hartlyngton, and of 40 messuages, 10 cottages, and a watermill with lands there and in Burnesall, Cawgarthhowse, and Appletrewyke.
Robert Beeston, esq. Richard Babott A toft and all the tithes in corn and grain in Morley and the moiety of the advowson of Batley church.
Nicholas Levett, gent. George Tatursall, gent., and Richard Tatursall, gent. 2 messuages with lands in Hutton, Morehowse, Ackworthe, and Anston.
Miles Brignell George Bowes, kt. Messuage with lands in Newsam and Kyrkby on the Hill.
William Stubley Richard Babott The tithes in corn and grain in Gyrdersh[a]m als. Gylderston.
Richard Askwyth Christopher Bussey and Mary his wife Messuage with lands in Nether Sylton.
George Thompson George Bowes, kt. Messuage with lands in Newsam and Kyrkby on the Hill.
John Wood, gent. Thomas Smith, gent. Messuage and cottage with lands in Rudston.
Christopher Askwyth Richard Aldburghe and Elianora his wife Messuage with lands in Bellerbye.
Robert Robynson William Dogilbye Messuage and 2 cottages with lands in Thurnam.
Robert Thornton and William Thornton his son and heir apparent Thomas Sayvell, esq., and Cecillia his wife Manor of Nawtondaille and 7 messuages and 7 cottages with lands there and in Wombylton and Bowforthe.
Christopher Leeds and George Anderson Robert Aske, esq., and John Ellys Manor of Stokebrygefeildhowse and a messuage and a cottage with lands there and in the parish of Ryther; a portion of which Humphrey Broun, kt., one of the Justices of the Queen's Bench, and Agnes his wife hold during the life of Agnes, and another portion Martin Anne and Frances his wife hold during the life of Frances.
Stephen Pudsey Arthur Darcy, kt. Manor of Arneforde and 2 messuages and a watermill with lands there.
George Conyers, kt. Edward Ellerker, esq., and Eliza-beth his wife 3 messuages with lands in Ayton, Preston, and Newton in Pekering-lyth.
Robert Tempest Thomas Wharton, kt., Ld. Wharton Manors of Great Broughton, Little Broughton, and Ayresome, and 30 messuages and 10 cottages with lands there and in Kyrkby in Cleveland, Yarh[a]m, Carleton, Pynchynthrope, Facebye, Readcarre, and Newton, and the tithes in hay in Ayresome, Acclame, Ledenthrope, and Stanesby als. Staynesby.
Robert Nandicke and William Nandicke Johanna Nandicke, wid. A third part of 6 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Horbury, Thornes, Mexbury, Cadby, and Byllyngley.
John Teisdaill George Constable and Elizabeth his wife Lands in Westow.
William Skorgyll Robert Neweth Messuage and a cottage with lands in Stapleton.
Richard Rolles William Lovelace, gent., and Margery his wife Rectory of Waddisworth and 2 messuages and a mill with lands, all the tithes and oblations, &c., and the advowson of the vicarage church of Waddisworth.
William Belassys, kt. Leonard Marton and Thomasin his wife and William Wildon, gent. Manor of Yearsley and 8 messuages and 16 cottages with lands there and in Yearsley Peill.
Richard Marshall, clerk Edward Ellerker, esq., and Eliza-beth his wife 2 messuages and a cottage with lands in Est Aton, Newton, Hutton, and Wikeh[m]m.
John Chambers Francis Hanfurthe The moiety of the manor of Baxby and of 5 messuages and 6 cottages with lands in Baxby and Thormoby.
Henry Grice, esq., and Brian Thornehill Roger Rayne, gent. Messuage with lands in Bentley, which, after the death of Roger, remain to Elizabeth, his wife, for her life, and after Her death, to her lawful heirs.
William Denton Francis Wodruff, esq. Messuage and a cottage with lands in Darton.
Thomas Kylner Richard Longley, esq., and Agnes his wife Cottage and a fulling mill with lands in Dalton and Kirkheaton.
Edward Savyle, esq. Mary Lee Manors of Tankersley, Thirleston, Myrfeld, Estrington, and Southourum, and 12 messuages and 6 cottages with lands there and in Eland. An annual rent of £40 issuing from the same to be paid to Mary during her life, in equal portions on the feast of Penticost and St Martin, at Sopewell, near the Burgh of St Albans, in the county of Hertford.
Roger Thewlesse Richard Longley and Agnes his wife Messuage with lands in Dalton and Kyrkheaton.
Thomas Dowman and Ralph Mayere William Wilberforce and Ann his wife Lands in Poklington.
John Beleby William Cooke and Johanna his wife Messuage with lands in Beleby.
Richard Sheffelde Charles Sheffelde, gent. 2 messuages with lands in Wakefelde and Warmeffelde.
Francis Tunstall, esq. Thomas Newton 3 messuages with lands in Blande and Sedbergh.
John Thornton, mercator John Constable, kt. 3 messuages with lands in Riall and Camerton.
George Anderson William Pylley, gent., and Thomas Savile 6 messuages and 8 cottages with lands in Pylley and Tankersley.
Robert Risheworth and John Risheworth, junr. Alexander Risheworth, gent. 2 messuages with lands in Great Horton, in which John Risheworth, senr., has a life interest.

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