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Blockley collection: Deeds and other documents relating to Chesterfield and district

 

Medieval - 18th century

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Medieval deeds of properties in Chesterfield

Some listed in Pegge's list of Chesterfield Borough records made 1789


D1622/1/1-9 Deeds of properties in Saltergate, Chesterfield, 1320-1488

D1622/1/10-14 Deeds of premises on Tapton Lane, Chesterfield, 1361-1509

D1622/1/15-16 Deeds of premises in the New Market, Chesterfield, 1383-1395

 

D1622/1/1

Deed of gift from Alan, son of Geoffrey de Hulme of Chesterfield to Henry de Sutton, schoolmaster of Chesterfield, of a messuage with buildings and appurtenances in the vill of Chesterfield lying in Soutergate [Saltergate] between the messuage of Stephen le Byr on the north and his own messuage on the south, abutting headlands above the King's Highway and the lane of Stephen le Byr leading towards the water called the Heper [ River Hipper]. Witnesses Adam de Newbold, Roger de Mansfield, William de Ridgeway, Roger de Glapwell, Robert de Darley, Walter de Kedleston, Robert the clerk and...

endorsed "Sowtergate", "50" and "Cartes Alan' de Hulme"

1320

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Deed of gift from Nicholas Fox of Chesterfield to Adam Horn of Chesterfield, chaplain, of a shop and messuage with buildings in the vill of Chesterfield, the shop lying in the new market in Potter Rowe between the shops of John Houde and John le Harker, and the messuage with buildings in Soutergate [Saltergate] between the plots of Adam, son of Robert de Harleyeand the Lord of Chesterfield, adjoining headlands above the High Way and the courtyard of Robert de Hampton. Witnesses John le Harker, Henry de Mansfield, Robert Fellason, John le Iron, Henry son of Philip and many others. Dated at...

With pendant seal, endorsed "40"

1341

D1622/1/3

Deed of gift from Richard de Dronfield of the manor of Chesterfield to John son of Adam del Grene of Staveley Woodthorpe, of a messuage with appurtenances in the vill of Chesterfield in Soutergate [Saltergate] between the tenements of Avota Chaloner and Roger de Flintham, situated at the headlands above the King's Way and a place called le Gotherd. Witnesses John de Whittington, William Beverege, Edward (?) Fels ,Hugh Cheys, Peter de Tapton. Dated at Chesterfield, Sunday after the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross 34 Edw III [20 Sep 1360]

With remains of pendant seal, endorsed "Sowtergate"

1360

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Deed of gift from John Pog[er] of Chesterfield to Roger del Leghes of Chesterfield, chaplain and John Goule of the same, of a tenement lying in Soutergate [Saltergate] between the tenement of Peter del Kyrke on the north and the tenement of the Dean of the Blessed Mary of Lincoln, in which Henry Perysson stays, on the south, adjoining headlands over the High Way on the west and the place called le Gotesyorde on the east, in Chesterfield. Witnesses Nicholas de Bantwell, Robert de Flintham, Robert de Hampton, John Beverege, John del Frith and others. Dated at Chesterfield, Wednesday before...

endorsed "37"

1380

D1622/1/5

Deed of quitclaim from Matilda, wife and executrix of Adam del Grene of Staveley, to John Pog[er] of Chestrefeld, of a messuage in Chesterfield lying in Soutergate [Saltergate] between the tenement of Henry, son of Peter, on the south and the tenement of the aforeaid John on the north (the messuage held as dowry). Dated at Chesterfield, Tuesday before the Feast of SS Simon and Jude 5 Ric II [22 Oct 1381]

endorsed "Sowtergate"

1381

D1622/1/6

Deed of gift from John Goule of Chesterfield to Walter Whittington, chaplain, William del Lowe of Chesterfield, William Porter, John Spicer, Adam Broune and John Broune, of a tenement in Soutregate [Saltergate] between the tenements of Peter del Kyrk on the north and the Dean of the Church of Blessed Mary of Lincoln of the south, adjoining headlands over the High Way and the place called le Goteyarde in Chesterfield.Witnesses Lord Ralph Fretcheville [Frescheville], John de Mansfield of Chesterfield, Henry de Mansfield of the same, John del Asshes of the same, Roger de Bagnell of the same...

endorsed "A tenament in Sowtergate", "No. 11"

1387

D1622/1/7

Deed of gift from Roger Dethek [Dethick] to Robert Beyle, Henry Walker, clerk, John Coventry, clerk, and William Marshall, of a tenement in Soutergate [Saltergate] in Chesterfield , lying between the tenement of William Dethek to the north and the tenement of the Dean of Lincoln on the south, adjoining the headlands above the King's Way and above the garden of the Dean of Lincoln. Witnesses Thomas Baret, Gilbert Castleton, Robert Skyrfote, Thomas Calcroft, Thomas Brigge and others . Dated Friday before the Feast of St Barnabas 3 Hen VI [8 Jun 1425]

endorsed "Sowtergate"

1425

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Deed of confirmation of William Bate, son of John Bate of Twhaththwayte, and Joan Bate, widow of John Bate, confirming a gift made by Joan to Robert Blackwall, of a messuage, croft and six acres of land in Chesterfield and Newbold as described below. Witnessed and dated at Chesterfield, Tuesday after the Feast of the Holy Cross 28 Hen VI [16 Sep 1449].

The premises described were (i) a messuage being situate in Chesterfield in Saltergate between the cottage of Richard Calcroft on the east and the cottage of Roger Mylne on the west, adjoining headlands over the aforesaid way on the north and the gardens of William Bradschaw and the Guild of the Holy Cross on the sout; (ii) the croft lying between the croft of Nicholas Durand on the west, and others of different men of the borough on the east, adjoining headlands over the lane leading from Haliwelgate to Tapton Bridge and croft of the aforesaid Michael: and (iii) six acres of land in the...

1449

D1622/1/9

Bond whereby Thomas Blande of Bonsall, mercer, is bound to Thomas Mellor in 40 shillings for the payment of chief rents and amercements to the Dean of Lincoln relating to the place in Sowtergate [Saltergate] lately purchased by Thomas Mellor, dated 20 Apr 3 Hen VII [1488]

endorsed "51"

1488

D1622/1/10

Deed of quitclaim from Adam Horne of Chesterfield, chaplain, to his sister, Mary Horne, of a messuage in the vill of Chesterfield in le Wikeday Marketh [Weekday Market] next to Tapton Lane to the east and the messuage of John Clerk to the west, adjoining headlands above the King's Way to the south and the garden of John Vete to the north. Dated at Chesterfield., Tuesday before the Feast of St Martin 35 Edw III [9 Nov 1361]

endorsed "Tapton Lane"

1361

D1622/1/11

Deed of gift from Hugh de Sheffield and Roger Vete of Chesterfield, chaplains, to Roger Rachel of Chesterfieldand Mary his wife, of a messuage with buildings and appurtenances in Chesterfield at le Wykedaymarketh [Weekday Market] between Tapton Lane on the east and messuages once of John Clerk on the west, adjoining headlands over the highway and courtyards of John Vete, which premises are, after the deaths of Roger and Mary, to go to Roger, son of William Mauger or his legitimate heirs after his death. Witnesses John de Whittington, John (?) Laverock, John de Mansfield, Thomas Baret...

Endorsed "Tapton Lane on Weekday Market" "8"

1371

D1622/1/12

Deed of gift from John Woodward of Chesterfield, mustardmaker, to Robert Brettenar of the same, of a burgage-tenure croft in Tapton Lane between the crofts formerly of Henry Bakewell and Thomas Durand. Witnesses John Swerd, Alan Scrylen and John Dale. Dated at Chesterfield the Feast of St Michael the Archangel 38 Hen VI [29 Sep 1459]

 

1459

D1622/1/13

Deed of gift from Thomas Hewgate of Chesterfield to William (?) Dawson of the same and Benedicta his wife, of a messuage in the vill of Chesterfield on the corner of Tapton Lane adjoining a messuage of Henry Foliambe [Foljambe], and headlands above the King's Way and the garden of Ralph Frechwell [Frescheville] of Brimington. Witnesses: Richard Asshe jun, Robert Flint, Thomas Asshe, Robert Asshe, Alan Lache, Thomas Mellor and John Wilson and others. Dated at Chesterfield, Monday before the Feast of the Purification of St Mary 18 Hen VII [30 Jan 1503]

endorsed "Tapton Lane"

1503

D1622/1/14

Deed of gift from Godfrey Foliambe [Foljambe] of Walton, esquire, to John Dains of Chesterfield, of a messuage above le Cornell' [?the corner] of Tapton Lane extending from the lane to the east to the messuage late of Henry Foliambe [Foljambe] on the west, lying by the headlands above the King's Highway to the south and the garden of Ralph Frechevyle [Frescheville] of Brimington to the north , the messuage lately had from the gift of John Dawson, son and heir of William Dawson late of Chesterfield, deceased; the deed also appointing John Northege, clerk and Henry Raysnhawe, smith, both of...

 

1509

D1622/1/15

Deed of gift from John de Inkersall and John de Ridgeway of Chesterfield, chaplain, to Robert del Peek, Robert de Norton, William de Calow the younger, Henry de Mansfeeld, Adam Broun de Chesterfield, William Beverege, Robert son of Elias de Newbold and William del Lowe of Chesterfield, of a messuage in Novo foro[New Market] in Chesterfield between the messuages of William le Marchall and John de Calow, the messuage being held of the gift and fee of Joan, the wife of John le Goldsmith..Witnesses John de Mansfield, John del Asshes, Hugh Drapier, Richard Beverege,John le Hyne and others. Dated...

endorsed "27"

1383

D1622/1/16

Deed of gift from John de Horsley, son and heir of William de Horsley of Chesterfield to John Rankell and John de Spondon, chaplains, of a messuage and appurtenances in Chesterfield on a street called le Neyermarketstedlane [New Market Place Lane], between the tenements of John de Chainey to the east and the Guild of the Blessed Mary to the west, adjoining headlands above the High Way to the north and the water called Hypre [ River Hipper] at the south. Witnesses: John de Stafford, Nicholas de Leghes, Nicholas de Wardlow, William de Laverack, Thomas Laverack and others. Dated at...

endorsed "A ten't in Bitwell Lane, 53"

1395

D1622/2

Medieval deeds of properties in Carlton in Lindrick, Nottinghamshire

These deeds relate to estates administered by a Chesterfield charity. See "History of Chesterfield. Volume 5: Records of the Borough of Chesterfield and related documents 1204-1835", edited by Philip Riden and John Blair (Chesterfield Borough Council, 1980).

1343-1458

D1622/2/1

Deed of quitclaim from John, son of William de Aldham lately living in Carleton and Agnes his wife, to Walter, son of Adam de Wygthorp and Agnes his wife, of a toft and grange in Wygthorp, 8 selions of land in a croft, a moiety of a headland, a rood in the field of Carleton at le Wythnes, an annual rentcharge of 12s of a toft in Wygthorp', half an acre of land at le Wythnes, a rood of meadow and a selion of land at Chapelheng. Dated at Carleton in Lyndryk [Carlton in Lindrick], Sunday after Feast of St Nicholas [7 Dec] 1343

Pendant seal attached

1343

D1622/2/2

Deed of gift from William Nelson de Carleton in Lindrik to Joan, daughter of Walter Warde, of all his a messuage, 5 acres of land, and one half acre of meadow in Carleton in Lindryk [Carlton in Lindrick]. Dated at Carleton, Sunday after the Feast of St Denis 12 Ric II [11 Oct 1388]

 

1388

D1622/2/3

Deed of gift from John Mareschall' of Carleton to William de Babworth, chaplain, Richard Jakson de Thorp' and Hugh Attebrigges of (?) Culcotus, of a messuage in Wygethorp [Wigthorpe], 22 acres of lands, 6 acres 1 rood of meadow and pasture in the town and fields of Carleton in Lyndrick [Carlton in Lindrick]. Dated at Carleton in Lyndrykes, Tuesday 1 May 4 Hen IV [1403]

 

1403

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Deed of quitclaim from William Marchall, son of John Marchall of Carleton in Lyndryck to Robert ?Cutwolff, prior of New Place in Syrwod, William Goldington of Lithyngton, Bedfordshire, and Hugh Hessyngton of Carleton, of a messuage between the tenements of Lord Fitz Hugh and John Fox, lands, etc in the town and fields of Carleton [Carlton in Lindrick]. Dated at Carleton, 26 Sep 31 Hen VI [1452]

 

1452

D1622/2/5

Deed of gift from Hugh Horssyngton de Wygthorp' of Carleton in Lyndryk to John Gaytford, esquire, and John Bryg', rector of Carleton, of all his lands, tenements, rents and services in the town and fields of Carleton [Carlton in Lindrick]. Dated at Carleton, 10 Sep 37 Hen VI [1458]

 

1458

D1622/3/1

Account of rent arrears of the Guild of St Mary of Chesterfield, 24 Edw III to 6 Hen IV

Giving names of tenants and description of properties. Endorsment: '3'

c1351-1405

D1622/3/2

Rental of the Guild of St Mary of Chesterfield, 12-13 Ric II

Giving names of tenants and rents due

c1388-1389

D1622/3/3

Account of the stewards of the Guild of Holy Trinity, 32 Hen VI [14, indorsed with introitus of the brothers and sisters of Holy Trinity, 21 Hen VI

 

c1443-1454

D1622/4/1

Chesterfield Corporation draft minute book, Sep 1783-Nov 1791

 

1783-1791

D1622/4/2

Chesterfield Corporation draft minute book, Mar 1792-Jun 1805

 

1792-1805

D1622/4/3

Chesterfield Corporation draft minute book, Jun 1818-Sep 1825

 

1818-1825

D1622/4/4

Chesterfield Corporation draft minute book, Jun 1826-Sep 1829

 

1826-1829

D1622/4/5

Chesterfield Corporation draft minute book, Jan 1830-Jun 1834

 

1830-1834

D1622/4/6

Chesterfield Corporation draft minute book, Jul 1834-Nov 1835, also including Corporation Charity Estates Trustees' meeting, 18 Apr 1836

 

1834-1836

D1622/5/1

Chesterfield Corporation Estate Committee draft minute book, Jun 1825-Apr 1834, with loose sheet of minutes, Aug-Sep 1837 [D1622/5/1/1]

 

1825-1837

D1622/6/1

Register of deeds and related writings of the Borough of Chesterfield, Sep 1627-Jan 1698

Memorandum Book referring to removal of documents from the Corporation chest and memoranda regarding documents returned to the chest

1627-1698

D1622/6/2

Chesterfield Corporation Estates title record book, as collected from the original deeds by Job Bradley and Robert Walker, 25 Nov 1789, including rental and accounts, 1799-1800

Rental and particular of estates belonging to the Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of Chesterfield, with a minute of the uses to which the rents are to be applied, collected from original deeds by Job Bradley and Robert Waller, 25 Nov 1789

Giving name of tenant, description of property, date of lease, term, expiration and rent. Referring to George Taylor’s charity; S; Charles Skrynster’s Charity; Almshouses; Francis Heathcote’s Annuity; Thomas Large’s Charity (p?b called 3 Tuns and various lands)’ Apprentices Indentures in Barlborough, Unstone, Tapton, Snitterton, Darley, Matlock; Mrs...

1825-1834

D1622/7/1

Book containing manuscript copy of the charter granted to Chesterfield Corporation 32 Cha II [1680-1681]

 

[1680-1681]

D1622/8/1

Statement and explanation of the arms of the Borough of Chesterfield, with a copy of the seal

 

1893

D1622/9/1

Booklet "A Narrative of the services connected with the re-opening of the parish church of Chesterfield"

 

1843

D1622/9/2

Booklet "A Narrative of what passed at the Revolution House"[Whittington]

 

1788

D1622/9/3

Booklet "Revolution House, Whittington"

 

1938

D1622/UL

Blockley collection: Deeds and other documents relating to Chesterfield and district: Unlisted records

This collection contains documents from the 1976 accession which remain unlisted. See search room supervisor for interim list.


Further unlisted accessions:

Accession of Sep 2016: Wills, papers referring to the manors of Temple Normanton (including court books), Sutton-cum-Duckmanton and Calow, Dronfield, lead mining, and the Chesterfield Corporation; Volume listing Chesterfield Mayors from 1598, compiled in the 19th century, with cash account for a public house Jun 1934-Apr 1935; Cash Accounts for a public house, Apr 1940-Dec 1946


Accession of Oct 2016:

Volume of draft legal documents...

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