Yorkshire Fines
1566

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Francis Collins (editor)

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1887

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316-329

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'Yorkshire Fines: 1566', Feet of Fines of the Tudor period [Yorks]: part 1: 1486-1571 (1887), pp. 316-329. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49641 Date accessed: 23 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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1566

1565–6—HILARY TERM, 8 ELIZABETH.
Edward Nettleton and Robert Thorneton Edmund Thwynge, esq., and Margery his wife 16 messuages and 10 cottages in Roksy and Hutton Cranswyke.
George Bentley Thomas Grenewoode, gent. 2 messuages with lands in Stancefyld.
John Conceyt Gabriel Sayntquyntyn, esq., and Dorothy his wife and William Lutton, esq. Lands in Muston.
John Stephenson and Thomas Stephenson, gents. Alexander Amcotes, esq. 2 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Reednes, Swynflete, and Whytgyft in Marsheland.
John Bonnell als. Bonny Arthur Grey, kt., Ld. Grey de Wylton, and Dorothy his wife Manor of Spaunton and 200 messuages and 100 cottages with lands in Spaunton, Lastyngham, Hewton, Apleton, Dowthe-wayte Dale, Rosedale, Myddelton, and Normanby.
Richard Thorpe George Ranson and Sibella his wife and William Wyntryngham 3 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Aubrowgh in Holdernes.
Robert Pylkyngton, esq., and John Wombwell, gent. Richard Sackvyle, kt., and Wenefreda his wife Messuage with lands in Wath, Brampton, Bramtonbyerley, and Raynbargh.
James Byrkbye William Barkeston, gent., and Isabel his wife 2 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Dewisbury and Thorne-hill.
William Hessylwod, yoman William Hungayte, junr., esq., and Margaret his wife Messuage with lands in Belebye.
William Mason and Owen Shipley James Wormall and Elizabeth his wife 2 messuages with lands in Staynland, which, after a term of 7 days, remain to Barnard Deaton for his life, after his death, to Johanna his wife, and after her death, to Edward Wormall, son and heir apparent of James, and the lawful issue of Edward and Mary his wife, and failing such, on the decease of Edward, to the lawful heirs of James.
Richard Tasker and Robert Wright Edward Vavasour, esq. The third part of lands in Faxflete.
John Johnson als. P'kynson John Fetherstone and Katherine his wife Messuage and 2 cottages with lands in Lastyngham and Woodapleton.
John Carlyll, John Auder and William Carlyll Thomas Hussey, esq., and Brigitt his wife 4 cottages in Whytby.
Edmund Skelton James Westrope, gent. 6 messuages and 4 cottages with lands in Thorneton and Formanby.
William Newby Richard Norton, esq. Messuage with lands in Stirton.
Ralph Gowre, esq. Henry Scroope, kt., Ld. Scroope, and Margaret his wife Messuage with land in Rychemond.
Richard Laycocke William Parcker 3 messuages with lands in Kyrckfenton, Littlefenton als. Southfenton and Byggyn.
William Warde William Kent and Elizabeth his wife Messuage, a cottage, and a shop with land in Bradford.
John Dalton and Johanna his wife Robert Dalton and Agnes his wife 2 messuages with lands in Bonwick.
Gilbert Warter and Thomas Warter his son Edmund Skerne and Edith his wife Messuage and a windmill with lands in Hoton Cranswicke.
Wilfrid Daye Edward Clarvaux als. Clarvys and Agnes his wife 4 messuages with lands in Ripon and Bisshopton.
Robert Busshell Thomas Hussey and Brigitt his wife 3 cottages with lands in Whitby.
1566—EASTER TERM, 8 ELIZABETH.
* Ambrose, Earl Warr. (Warwick) Thomas Fairfax, esq., and Dorothy his wife 20 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Hornyngton.
* Robert Forster, gent. Thomas Normanvyle, esq. Messuage and a cottage with lands in Oxton and 4 messuages with lands in Tadcaster.
* Christopher Legerd, esq. Marmaduke Kendall, gent., and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Wolferton, Kircke Elley, Cottingham, and Wollerby.
* Edward Dalton and Henry Fulwood Thomas Dalton, esq. 4 messuages and a windmill with lands in Kingeston upon Hull, Myton, Aynelebye, Elley, and Swaneland.
* Christopher Legerd Walter Rudstone, esq., and John Rudstone, gent. Lands in Wolferton and Willerby.
** Ralph Chamberleyn, kt., John Tyrrell, kt., Edward Dymock, kt., and Andrew Gedney, esq. William Skipwith, kt., and Elizabeth his wife Manor of Skipwith and 100 messuages, 10 cottages, and a wind-mill with lands in Skipwith and free fishing in the water of the Owse.
Leonard Dacre, esq. William Tankerd, esq. Manors of Hallykeld and Potto and 20 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in the same.
John Sale Robert Newith and Jane his wife Cottage with lands in Kyrksmeton and Norton.
Andrew Young, gent. Edward Wyndesore, kt., Ld. Wyndesore 2 messuages and a cottage with lands in Methley, Rothewell, and Wakefeld. A warrant against any claim Edward Dymock, kt., and Thomas Watterton, esq., and their heirs may have on this property.
Thurstan Mawdysley William Hawkesworth, esq. Messuage and a cottage with lands in Mytton.
William Yowerd, gent. John Feywyther, merchant, and Ann his wife Messuage in New Malton.
William Cornwaleys, gent. Richard Gascoigne, esq., son and heir apparent of Henry Gas-coigne, kt., and Jane his wife Messuage with lands in Lakenbye in Cleveland.
Richard Pulleyn als. Bate John Pulleyn Messuage with lands in Goldale in the parish of Snathe.
William Rayley Richard Grymston, gent. Cottage with lands in Ulram.
Thomas Boynton, esq. John Goddyere, Gilbert Hall and Alice his wife and Francis Skelton and Ann his wife 4 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Rowesbye and Scaling.
John Wayde and Miles Smyth Christopher Metecalff, kt. Messuage with lands in Mounckton als. Bysshope Mounckton and Estwyck in the parish of Rypon.
George Bowes, kt. Edward Collinge Lands in Kyrkbye and Ravenswathe.
Thomas Wentworth de Went-worth, esq. Charles Jackson, gent. Manor of Westhall, Ferehowse, and Underwaye, and 20 messuages with lands in Wentworthe, Wathe, Brampton, Brampton Byerlay, Barowe, Thorpe, and Rotherh[a]m.
William Stryckland, esq. Roger Marshall, gent., and Mary his wife Lands in Huton on Darwent and Huton Bardolff.
William Blenkynshope William Harvye and Isabel his wife Pasture land in Doncaster.
John Cordyngley Richard Cordyngley 2 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Boldynge.
John Burrowes John Darcy, kt., Ld. Darcy Messuage with lands in Gilthwayte and Whyston.
John Thurleston, clerk. Henry Brome, gent., and Katherine his wife Pasture land in Hymysworthe.
Richard Speight William Dughtie and Johanna his wife 2 messuages with lands in Ovyden and Haldesworth.
William Jesoppe William Wordesworth and Ann his wife Lands in Worsburgh and Worseburghdale.
John Thorneholme, esq., and Francis Haldenby, esq. Hillary Constable, esq., and Margery his wife Manor of Buckton and 2 messuages with lands in the same.
Richard Skyrra Hillary Constable, esq., and Margery his wife Messuage with lands in Crome. A warrant against any claims the heirs of William Nelson and Thomas Langdale, deceased, may have on the same.
John Sawmon Thomas Smyth, gent., and Elena his wife Messuage with lands in Cayton.
Thomas Tayler William Rodley, gent. 3 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Bollynge and North Byerley.
William Hessylwood Alexander Dawson and Arnold Dawson, his son and heir apparent Meadow land in Belebye.
Robert Perrett Thomas Smyth, gent., and Elena his wife and John Scothorpe and Ann his wife Messuage with lands in Cayton.
James Wadeson and Henry Corney John Vaghan, esq., and Ann his wife and Thomas Knevett, esq. 9 messuages with lands in Sedburgh.
Thomas Dalton, esq. John Dalton, merchant Pasture land in Westland and Ottringh[a]m Marshe in the parish of Pattrington.
John Thornton, merchant Edward Ellerker, esq., and Ralph Ellerker, gent. Manor of Ryall and a messuage with lands in Ryall, Camerton, Thurnegumbold, and Pawle.
Henry Banke, esq. Wilfrid Banaster, esq., and Isabel his wife 2 messuages and a cottage with lands in Banke Newton.
Miles Bayne William Lunde and Margaret his wife and John Tayler and Agnes his wife Messuage with lands in Selbye.
John Bynglay William Frobisher, esq., and Margaret his wife Messuage with lands in Middleshitlington als. Middelston, Horbury, and Dyrcarr.
Thomas Seriantson John Halton and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Hanleth in the parish of Kirby in Malholme Dale.
John Lawson Reginald Haber and Ann his wife Messuage with lands in Mallam. A warrant against any claim John Lambert, senr., and his heirs may have on the same.
Edward Dacre, esq., Thomas Hemsworth, gent., John Lake, gent., and William Prynce Edward Wyndesore, kt., Ld. Wyndesore 3 messuages and 2 cottages with lands and the fourth part of the messuage in Metheley, Wakefeld, Rothewell, and Barwick in Elmett. A warrant against any claim Edward Dymmock, kt., and Thomas Watterton and their heirs may have on the same.
Ambrose, Earl Warr. (Warwick) Thomas Fairfax, esq., and Dorothy his wife Manor of Newton Kyme als. Newton in the Willowes and 40 messuages and 20 cottages and free fishing in the Wharff, and the advowson of the church of the same.
Isabel Walker als. Smyth, wid., and Edmund Heyforth and Isabel his wife William Vavsour, kt., and Elizabeth his wife and John Vavasour, esq., his son and heir apparent, and Elena his wife Messuage and 4 cottages with lands in Feryffryston als. Ferybrygges.
Edward Wright Henry Halley, gent. Messuage with lands in Baddysworth and Ackworthe.
Marmaduke Constable, kt., William Hussey, esq., Martin Ann, esq., and George Mallery, gents. William Babthorpe, kt. Manors of Babthorpe, Brakenholme, and Woodall, and 40 messuages, 20 cottages, a watermill, and a windmill with lands in the same and in Hagthorpe, Myddelton upon the Wold, North Cave, Selby, Cammylsforth, Hemynghburgh, and Clyff.
Gilbert Saltonstall Alexander Ryshworth, gent. Lands in Hipperhom, in which John Risheworth, esq., has a life interest.
John Cholmeley, esq. Richard Esshe, gent. Manor of Hunton and 20 messuages and 2 watermills with lands in the same.
John Vavasor and Thomas Dowman Thomas Hopkynson and Margaret his wife, Robert Swanne and Alice his wife, William Barden and Ann his wife and Robert Rychardson and Elena his wife 2 messuages and 6 cottages with lands in Willytoft, Ellerton, and Bubwith.
William Wharrom, senr. William Hungate, junr., esq., and Margaret his wife Land in Fridathoppe.
Richard Moone William Banaster, esq., and Isabel his wife 2 messuages with lands in Kyrkeby in Malhomdale, Mallhom, and Mallhommore.
Christopher Steyde, William Tayler, James Crofte, William Crofte and Robert Rodley William Rodley 5 messuages with lands in Byerle als. Northbyerle.
John Armytedge Robert Pylkyngton, gent., and Alice his wife Messuage, 3 cottages, and a watermill with lands in Kyrkleys.
John Jenkynson and Ralph Jenkynson John Key, gent., and John Key, his son and heir apparent, and Jane his wife, and Edward Dingland and Elizabeth his wife Capital messuage, called Gawberdhall, and 4 messuages and a cottage with lands in Bargh and Barnesley. A warrant against any claim the Dean and Chapter of St Peter, York, may have on the same.
Richard Pighles John Pighles and Alice his wife Messuage with lands in Oxenhoppe, in which Henry Pighles has a life interest.
William Pole Beatrix Ameas, wid., and John Ameas Messuage and 3 cottages with lands in Cudworthe and Houghtoun.
John Mawde and George Anderson Henry Walker and Johanna his wife Messuage and a cottage with lands in Waddisworthe, which, after the term of one week, remain to William Sutclif and Elizabeth his wife and Richard Sutclif, for their lives, at an annual rent of six pence.
Robert Allott Charles Sykes An annual rent of £3 6s 8d issuing out of 3 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Flockton, the first payment to be made after the decease of John Syks, father of Charles.
John Harryson John Key, gent., John Key, his son and heir apparent, and Jane his wife, and Edward Dyngland and Elizabeth his wife Capital messuage, called Lacelhall, and 16 messuages with lands in Lepton, Barsland, Dodeworth, Barnesley, and Lawroydes in Shelley.
Michael Wandisford and Giles Fulthrope Christopher Wandisford, senr., gent., and Cecilia his wife The moiety of the manors of Hippeswell, Startforth als. Stratford, and Bolron, and of 60 messuages, 35 cottages, 2 watermills, and a fulling mill with lands in the same and in Law Waitwith, High Waitwith, Skotton, Sandbecke, Richemond, Bowes, Huddeswell, Esby, Longmores, and Sandbecke in the parish of St Martin, which, after the decease of Christopher and Cecilia, aforesaid, remain to Francis Wandysford, their son, and his lawful issue, and failing such, on his decease, to Henry Wandisford, another son, and his lawful issue, failing such, on his decease, to Thomas Wandisford, another son, and his lawful issue, failing such, to the lawful issue of Christopher and Cecilia, and failing such, to the right heirs of Cecilia.
William Mason and Ralph Bankes John Hartley and Margaret his wife, Barnand Hartley, his son and heir apparent, and Edward Hurst and Ann his wife A third part of 4 messuages and a cottage with lands in Barnoldwick and Gylkircke, to be held to Barnard and Elizabeth his wife, for their lives, and on their decease, to the lawful issue of Barnard, and failing such, to the lawful issue of John Hartley.
1566—TRINITY TERM, 8 ELIZABETH.
* Benedict Spinola, gent. Ambrose, Earl Warr., and Ann his wife Manor of Newton Kyme als. Newton in the Willowes and 40 messuages, 20 cottages, free fishing in the Wharff there, and the advowson of the church of the same, also 20 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Hornyngton.
** The Queen Robert, Earl Leicester Manors of Beverley als. Beverlacq, Watton, Scidby, Bentley, and Riding als. Ridinge field, and 50 messuages, 40 burgages, and 8 watermills with lands, and free fishing in the water of the Hull in the same and in Wodmansley, Thorne, Weike, Tickton, Storke, Hulbrige, Sandholme, and Bishops Burton als. Burton Fields, also the advowson of Holme church and the churches of St Marie and St John in Beverley.
** Robert Tyrwhitt, kt., and Henry Darcye, esq. Thomas Darcye, esq., and Elizabeth his wife A third part of the manors of Skelton, Horneby, Marske, Readkaryarmer (?) Brotton, Tonstall, Northotterington, Aldwarke, Great Crakall, Little Crakall, Langethorne, Estbrunton, Newton Morkar, Uplethome, Stangehawe, and Eston, and of 40 messuages and 40 cottages with lands in the same and in Errethorne als. Arrothorne, West Appelton, West Brunton, —, Soberghe als. Solbergh, Northe Allerton, Longnewton, Broughton, Hackfurth, Thorneton Steward, Constable Burton, Skipton Brigge, —, Ronkton, Hilton, Seynete, Scoterskelfe, Traneholme, Brokengton, Little Langbarghe, Kyrkethome, Tocketts, Lacenby, Normandby, Orryson, —, Stoneton, Thorneton, Maltbye, Ingleby, Lawrend, Worsall, Kyrkleventon, Castleleventon, Craythorne, Ingleby near Harrewclyff, Faceby, —, Kyrkeby, Parmaybroughton (?) Ingleby near Grenehowe, Newton, Pynchenthorpe, Easeby, Murten, Tampton, Hulton, Kylton, Skuryngrave, —, Rokesby, Hinderwell, Gesleby, Northluftus, and East Cotton, and a third part of the advowson of the churches of Skelton, Horneby, Aldwicke, and —.
John Michell, senr. John Michell, junr. Messuage and 6 cottages with lands in Stansfeld.
George Bowes, kt. Thomas Gray, esq., and Melucina his wife An eighth part of 40 messuages with lands in Richemond.
John Parker and Richard Cocks Thurstan Mawdysley. Messuage and a cottage with lands in Mytton.
Robert Kyng William Robson and Isabel his wife Messuage with lands in Pyckering.
John Dalkins and Henry Remyngton John Palmer, esq. 2 messuages, 3 cottages with lands, and common pasture for 70 two year old sheep and 60 oxen and cows in Thixindale als. Sixindale.
William Tanckard, John Withes, and Christopher Bland Robert Lacy, gent. 4 messuages with lands in Roclif, Bishopmonckton, Skelton, and Bishopton.
Peter Smyth, esq., and Edward Eldryngton, esq. William Pykeryng, kt. Manor of Oswoldkirke and 10 messuages and 20 cottages with lands in the same and in Strangrave and Blackemore, and the advowson of Oswaldkirke church.
Percivall Bradley Francis Palmes, esq., and Margaret his wife Messuage with lands in Castley, Poole, Home, and Leathley.
Thomas Fenby (or Feuby) John Palmer, esq. Messuage with lands in Killam.
Alexander Magson John Palmer, esq. Messuage with lands in Killam.
Thomas Stable Thomas Margetson and Margaret his wife 2 cottages in Pounfrett.
George Maynpryse John Palmer, esq. 3 messuages with lands in Killam and Lowthorpe.
Richard Browne, gent., and Dorothy his wife William Frobyser, esq., and Margaret his wife 2 messuages with lands in Meixbrugh, Wath, Adwycke, and Swynton.
John Lemynge William Robsonn and Isabel his wife Messuage and 6 cottages with lands in Pyckering and Ayton in Pyckeringlythe.
George Laycocke John Bunny, gent., and Henry Marshall, clerk. Messuage with lands in Ryell.
Robert Flawwathe William Robson and Isabel his wife Messuage with lands in Pyckerynge.
Thomas Boswell Robert Lewes and Elizabeth his wife, Thomas Wykham and Isabel his wife, and John Tyas 3 messuages and a cottage with lands in Warmesworth, Loversall, and Potter Carre.
Matthew Beamond and Roland Turner William Farborne and Ann his wife Messuage and a cottage with lands in Aston and Aughton.
John Cholmeley, gent. Henry Nevell, kt., and Elizabeth his wife. Manor of Fyrby als. Fyrthby and 20 messuages, 20 cottages, a watermill, and a windmill with lands in the same and in Wystowe.
Christopher Danby, kt., and Thomas Danby, kt. Henry Scrope, kt., Lord Scrope and Margaret his wife, Edward Scrope and Thomas Scrope, esqs. Manors of Nether Ellyngton and Helay and 24 messuages, 10 cottages, and 2 watermills with lands in the same and in Over Ellyngton, Masham, Fereby, Sowremyre, and Wardermarshe, also free warren and chase in Nether Ellyngton and Helay.
Nicholas Metcalfe, gent., and Thomas Vicars, gent. Henry Savyle, esq., and Martin Earle, Edmond Atkynson als. Somersett and Mary his wife, R. Wattes, and Jane Wylson, wid. The third part of 3 messuages and 2 watermills with lands in Egleston, Stratford, and Arkyllgarthedale, the rectories of the churches of Stratford and Arkylgarthedale, and the advowson of the vicarages of the same, which, after a term of one month, remain to the aforesaid Henry and Dorothy his wife, and their male issue, failing such, on their decease, to Cordellus, one of the sons of Henry Savyle, and his lawful male issue, and failing such, on his death, to Francis Savyle, another of the sons of Henry, and his lawful male issue, failing such, on his death, to the lawful heirs of Henry.
Nicholas Tonge and Thomas Tonge Robert Warde and Effan his wife and James Pollard Messuage and 6 shops in Bradford.
William Clapham and William Mason Henry Tempest, esq., and John Proctor Messuage with lands in Broghton.
1566—MICHAELMAS TERM, 8 & 9 ELIZABETH.
* John Vaghan, esq. Robert Walles, gent. The moiety of a messuage in Yorke.
* Martin Straker Robert Denham and Elena his wife and Cuthbert Maye and Elizabeth his wife 2 messuages with lands in Walmegate and Fossgate, York.
* George Bowes, kt., and Thomas Grymeston, esq. Ralph Williamson, gent., and Elizabeth his wife An eighth part of 12 messuages and 4 cottages with lands in York, Flaxton, and Trousall.
Robert Crosseley als. Tomson Edward Ferrer and Margaret his wife 40s rent in Stansfeld.
Richard Fenton, gent. Thomas Fayrfaxe, esq. Manors of Blackstone, Aulkley, and Kelhome, and 40 messuages with lands in the same and in Cantley.
John Talbot, gent. Henry Johnson, esq. Manor of Thorneton in the Strete and 10 messuages with lands in the same and in Southortterington.
John Johnson Edward Arnold and Alice his wife Messuage with lands in Southcave.
John Ryche John Vaghan, esq., and Ann his wife 3 messuages and a cottage with lands in Beylbye.
Thomas Newton and Robert Brook John Thwaite, esq. 5 messuages and 4 cottages with lands in Marston, Hooton, and Tockewith.
Francis Nevill, esq., and Elizabeth his wife Henry Scrope, kt., Lord Scrope Manor of Averlay als. Auverlay and a messuage with lands in the same and in Wadworth and Edlington.
Robert Pursglove, clerk Thomas Gowre, gent., and Elizabeth his wife and Philip Gowre, gent. Manor of Pickton and 11 messuages, 4 cottages and a windmill with lands in the same.
Richard Draper and James Bentley Richard Waddisworth and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands and 2 parts of a messuage in Rissheworthe.
John Vaghan, esq. Robert Walles, gent. The moiety of the advowson of the church of Sutton on Darwent.
Richard Bullock Francis Coppandale and Mary his wife 3 messuages and 2 cottages with land in Beverley.
William Rayner Richard Kent and Ann his wife Messuage and a cottage with lands in Hertishede.
Thomas Carpenter, gent., Robert Say, gent. George Monoux, esq. Manor of Cadebeston and a messuage with lands in Ledys.
John Smyth, Robert Williamson, and John Furth George Wooddrof and Ursula his wife 12 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Doncaster, Wheatley, and Bentley.
Robert Lambert, esq. John Zowche, kt., and Elienora his wife Manor of Forcett and 24 messuages and 20 cottages with lands in the same.
George Creswell, gent. John Cunstable, kt. Messuage and 10 cottages with lands in Donnyngton als. Dodyngton als. Dudyngton.
George Creswell, gent. Christopher Hyllyard, esq. Messuage with lands in Beforth als. Beforde.
James Bynnyngley Cuthbert Walkare and Elizabeth his wife Messuage and a cottage with lands in Great Sandall.
Robert Kele William Stanley, kt., Ld. Mountegle Messuage with lands in Mitton.
William Frobyser, esq. Gregory Frobyser and Ann his wife Messuage with lands in Altofts.
Robert Boythes John Wadesworth and Alice his wife Messuage with lands in Ovenden.
Richard Vayray John Dey and Elizabeth his wife and Thomas Wilbore Messuage with lands in Rotherham, Brynsforth, and Maxburgh.
John Paslowe James Bramley Messuage with lands in Maltby.
Walter Otes John Waddisworth and Alice his wife Messuage with lands in Ovynden.
Richard Fenton, gent. Thomas Fayrfax, esq. Lands in Awsterfeld.
Robert Balne Thomas Harryson and Johanna his wife Messuage with lands in Balne.
John Dalkyns, gent. Richard Grymston and Isabel his wife Messuage with lands in Ulram.
John Dales William Newton 2 messuages with lands in Etton.
Philip Havard, gent. John Goodyng, gent., and Elizabeth his wife The moiety of the manor of Doncaster and of a messuage and 2 cottages with lands in the same.
Richard Speight Marmaduke Rayner and Agnes his wife Lands in Haigh, Woodkircke, and Westardislowe.
Robert Catterall Anthony Francke, gent. Messuage with lands in Wigdon als. Wygton.
William Fletcher William Heryng and Isabel his wife Messuage with lands in Sproteley.
Thomas Yong, Archbishop of Yorke Robert Wryght, esq. Messuage with lands in Thixindale.
Richard Jackeson John Lemynge and Jane his wife Messuage and a cottage with lands in Cottingham.
Edward Waldegrave, esq. John Bonnell als. Bunnye, gent., and Elizabeth his wife 19 messuages, 2 cottages, and 2 mills with lands in Hewton als. Huton, Apleton als. Appoulton, Dowthwayte Dale, Rosedale, Myddleton, Edstonynges, and Normanbye als. Normabye.
Lawrence Awger and Rowland Awger Edward Gower, kt., Thomas Gower, esq., and Richard Gower, gent. Messuage with lands in Stockton.
Ralph Rawson Nicholas Skyers and Adriana his wife and Thomas Skyers, son and heir of John Skyers Messuage with lands in Rodoram als. Roderam, als. Rotherham.
Edward Hoylle William Tattersall and Elizabeth his wife 3 messuages with lands in Allerton.
Richard Lee and Thomas Lee Robert Wood and John his bastard son Messuage with lands in Ferye in Fryston.
Thomas Ethrington, George Ethrington and William Ethrington Christopher Danby, kt., and Elizabeth his wife and Thomas Danby, kt., his son and heir apparent Messuage and 2 watermills with lands in Brigham and Great Dryffeld.
Edward Snawsell, gent. Anthony Lowther, merchant, and Rosa his wife, late wife of John Atkinson, deceased The moiety of 60 messuages, 100 cottages, and 2 windmills with lands in Hoviden, Barnell, Belbie, Thorpe, Balcome, Kilpin, Skelton, Saltm[er]she, Cotnesse, Knedlington, Asselbie, Barmebie, and Laxton.
Michael Sotehill, gent. Edward Savyle, esq., son and heir of Henry Savyle, kt., deceased, and Henry Savyle, esq., of Lupsett Manor of Spen[n] als. Estryngton and 4 messuages and 4 cottages with lands in the same and in Howenden.
Nicholas Lestraunge, kt., and Jeffrey Cobbe, esq. Hamon Lestraunge and Elizabeth his wife The moiety of the manors of Fenwyck, Norton, and Moseley, and 60 messuages and 10 mills with lands in the same and in Campsall, Pollyngton, Askarne, Barneby upon Dunne, Hatfelde, Cusheworthe, Southcave, Bramwyth, Elmsall, Snath, and Thorpe in Balne, also the moiety of the advowson of the church of Kyrkesmeton.
Edmund Brouke and John Kytson Christopher Danby, kt., and Elizabeth his wife and Thomas Danby, kt., son and heir apparent of Christopher Manor of Poterton and 2 messuages and a cottage with lands in the same.
The Queen Anthony Strelley, kt. Manor of Ecclessehall and 40 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in the same.
John Jackson of Ederthorpe Robert Belamy, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, William Wilkynson and Brigitt his wife, and Adam Wilkynson and Christiana his wife Manor of Ederthorpe and 6 messuages with lands in the same and in Derfeld, Litle Haughton, Great Haughton, and Mylnehowse.
John Browne, esq. James Blunt, kt., Ld. Mountioye, and Katherine his wife Manors of Skokyrk and Bramam als. Bramam Byggyng and 12 messuages and 2 mills with lands and "unius paris cultellorum" rent in the same and in Byston, Tockwythe, Pomfrayte, Mustham als. Spittell Mustham, Foulsnapp, Grenehamerton, and Wragby.
Thomas Ethrington, gent. Gabriel Saintquintine, esq. Manor of Eberstone and 5 messuages and 4 cottages with lands in the same, in which Dame Margery Gower has a life interest.
George Bowes, kt., and Thomas Grymston, esq. Ralph Williamson, gent., and Dorothy his wife An eighth part of the manors of Sutton, Sowthcots, Atwycke, Garton, Boythorpe, Easbye, Busbye, Foxton, Upletham, Tunstall, Thorperawe, and North Cowton, and 200 messuages and 200 cottages with lands in the same and in Stoneffery, Conyston, Drypoole, Rowston, Langtofte, Bentham, Newsam, Thorneham near Agnes Burton, Sprotley, Richemond, Patrick Brunton, Cowburne, Hipswell, Est Appleton, Fyngell, Hunton, Huddeswell, Horneby in Cleveland, Longe Cowton, Barton, Allerton, Brunton, Newsam, Bulron, Aynderbye in le myre, Little Langton, Newton Morrell, Layton, Eppulby, Cawdwell, Ottryngton, Newby, Leamynge, Exilbye, Skelbye, Helaugh in Swaldale, The Rawe, West Rowcroft, Est Rowcroft, Keypacke, Battersbye, Little Broughton, Ynglebye, Facebye, Leverton, Losthouse, Egton, Skarbrough, Kyrkbyoverkarr, Ebberston Parva, Beth, Kyrkelethom, Eston, and Normanby.
Richard Franckland and Thomas Morgan, gents. Ralph Rocliffe de Grasilgrene in Fullamstede, gent., and Frances his wife and Thomas Rocliffe, his son and heir apparent Manor of Kirkborne and 16 messuages, 10 cottages, and 2 watermills with lands in the same and in Botleburne.
Thomas Dalton, esq. Thomas Scowthorppe and Elizabeth his wife, Margaret Saintquintine, Margery Saintquintine, and Johanna Saintquintine, daughters and heirs of Margaret Saintquintine, deceased 3 parts of a sixth part of the manors of Sutton and Sutcotts, and of 16 messuages and 8 cottages with lands and free fishing in the waters of the Marr and Fylling in the same and in Stonefery, in which John Saintquintine, esq., has a life interest.
John Thornton, merchant Thomas Scowthroppe and Elizabeth his wife, Margaret Saintquintine, Margery Saintquintine, and Johanna Saintquintine, daughters and heirs of Margaret Saintquintine, deceased. A fourth part of a sixth part of the manors of Sutton and Sutcotts, and of 16 messuages and 8 cottages with lands and free fishing in the waters of the Marr and Fylling in the same and in Stonefery, in which John Saintquintine, esq., has a life interest.
Thomas Kyme, esq., and William Kyme, gent. William Roche, gent., and Elizabeth his wife and Richard Legerd, gent. The moiety of the manor of Rysom and of a messuage with lands in Rysom and Holmton als. Humton.
(fn. 1) William Mason and George— Richard Beamount, esq., and Thomas Wood Messuage with lands in Lepton, to be held for a term of 39 years, at an annual rent, during the first 11 years, of one red rose payable at the feast of St John Baptist, and during the remaining 28 years next following, at an annual rent of 58s.

Footnotes

1 This Fine is very imperfect.