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D187/

Woolhouse and Hallowes of Glapwell

Records of the Woolhouse and Hallowes families and their properties in Glapwell and elsewhere, thirteenth to nineteenth century.


The Woolhouse records are arranged in sections for title deeds (including family settlements and wills) manorial and estate records, personal papers and miscellaneous items

The title deeds include the documents published by Professor Darlington, placed first in this list in his order. Although these published documents were called by him the Glapwell charters, they do in fact include some items not charters (deeds) or connected with property transactions. See in...

[13th-19th cent]

D187/1-2

Woolhouse family - title deeds

[Note. Professor TFT Plucknett believes that the documents numbered D187/1/180-186 to be "part of an operation which would now be embodied in a marriage settlement". Elizabeth may have been the daughter of Richard of Sutton and sister of John. Robert of Glapwell would appear to be making provision for his wife Elizabeth by providing a jointure for her. In addition, Agnes widow of Robert of Glapwell's father is to alienate her manor of Glapwell and take back a life estate with remainder to Robert and Elizabeth jointly]

 

D187/1-5

Woolhouse family

 

 

D187/1/1

Agreement between Nicholas de Verdun and Robert son of William by which Nicholas gave to Robert in free marriage with his sister Agnes 110 shillings' worth of land and 1 pound of pepper, that is 105 shillings' worth of land in Rugby (Warwickshire) and Halstead and 5 shillings' worth in Skeffington, all in Leicestershire. Further details include Nicholas's undertaking to make Robert a knight or find the cost of having him knighted

[21 May]

 

[1206]

D187/1/1

Leicestershire and Warwickshire

 

 

D187/1/2

Agreement between John de Oreby [ Orby, Lincolnshire] and Richard de Sumerville concerning the partitioning of the wood of Blackwell between them; each is at liberty to assart and cultivate his share [Early temp Henry III]

 

[13th cent]

D187/1/2

Blackwell

 

 

D187/1/3

Grant by Robert son of Robert of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of 1 acre in Glapwell, for which they gave him 8s [Early temp Henry III]

 

[13th cent]

D187/1/3-229

Glapwell deeds

Note that a few of these deeds relate to other places.

 

D187/1/4

Quitclaim by Robert son of Robert of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of all his right in the ditch which they made between his toft and theirs in Glapwell, for which quitclaim the canons gave him 18d [Early temp Henry III]

 

[13th cent]

D187/1/5

Manumission by Robert son of Robert of Glapwell of Adam son of Roger of Glapwell to whom he grants 1½ acres (½ acre in each of the 3 parts of the fields of Glapwell) for 1d a year. For this quitclaim and grant Adam gave Robert 2s

Probably dates to the early years of the reign of Henry III

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/6

Grant by Adam son of Roger of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of half-acre in Glapwell [Late temp Henry III]

 

[13th cent]

D187/1/7

Grant by Andrew son of Richard of Odo son of Emald of 1 bovate of land and a toft which Richard son of Aldus held in Glapwell and a quarter of a bovate which Hugh son of Geoffrey held in Glapwell. For this Odo gave Andrew 21s 6d and will render him 3s a year

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/8

Grant by William Basset son of Geoffrey Basset to Thomas his brother of all the land which Odo his uncle gave him in Glapwell. Thomas Basset was to render 1 pair of white gloves a year

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/9

Quitclaim by Thomas Basset to Richard son of Simon of Glapwell, chaplain of his right in 2 bovates of land with a toft and croft in Glapwell which he bought from his brother William to whom they were given by his uncle Odo who bought them from Andrew son of Richard of Glapwell, saving to Idonea, Odo's widow, her dower. Richard gave Thomas 4 marks of silver for this quitclaim and will render 5s a year to Andrew son of Richard

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/10

Confirmation by Andrew son of Richard of Glapwell to Richard son of Simon of Glapwell, chaplain of 2 bovates of land in Glapwell which he bought from Thomas Basset [Early temp Henry III]

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/11

Grant by Richard of Glapwell to the canons of Beauchief of 6 acres of his demesne in the fields of Glapwell, partly at Rowthorn, partly at Palterton and partly at [Stony] Houghton, for which the canons will render 4d a year and have paid him 20s

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/12

Grant by Richard son of William of Glapwell to the canons of Beauchief of 1 toft with its croft in Glapwell lying between the toft of Wermund which he gave to the canons earlier and the toft which Robert Coc held

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/13

Grant by Richard of Glapwell to the canons of Beauchief of 1½ acres of his demesne in Glapwell that is 1 acre in the field at [Stony] Houghton and ½ acre at Rowthorn

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/14

Grant by Richard son of William of Glapwell to the canons of Beauchief of 2 bovates of land in Glapwell, of which I was held by Weremund and the other by Roger, with pasture for 1 plough-team, 100 sheep and rights of common. The canons gave Roger 60s and shall pay 2s a year

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/15

Grant by Richard son of William of Glapwell to the canons of Beauchief of 1 bovate of land in Glapwell which Weremund held and of 1 acre in place of the messuage pertaining of the bovate, pasture for 1 plough-team and 60 ewes with their lambs until the lambs are separated from the ewes at Whitsun and common rights pertaining to 1 free bovate. The canons gave 20s to Richard and shall pay him 3s a year [Early 13th century]

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/16

Grant by Richard son of William of Glapwell to the canons of Beauchief of 2 furlongs called Claiwang and Falwang, 2 larger strips touching the Nottingham road and everything contained in the furlong "of Derebistret. The canons gave Richard 24s and shall pay 4d a year to him

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/17

Grant by Richard son of William of Glapwell to Robert son of Hugh and Roger the clerk his brother of 6 acres in Ling belonging to the fee which he holds of Hubert fitz Ralph for which the grantees will pay him 6d a year

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/18

Grant by William son of Richard of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of 1/3 of a furlong between the canons' houses and the furlong of Simon son of Hugh and 1/3 of a furlong lying by the road to Pleasley and 1 acre in the furlong called Loske

 

[c1250]

D187/1/19

Agreement by which Agnes widow of Richard of Glapwell with the assent of William her son, leased to Abbot Henry and the canons of Darley her dower pertaining to the demesne of Glapwell for 8 years from 11 Nov 1227 for 5s a year

 

[circa 1227]

D187/1/20

Agreement by which William son of Richard of Glapwell leased to Abbot Henry and the canons of Darley the whole of his demesne in Glapwell, that is 40 acres, a spinney and his demesne messuage and orchard, for 8 years from Michaelmas [29 Sep] 1227 for 10s a year

 

[circa 1227]

D187/1/21

Grant by Thomas son of William of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of 2 acres in Glapwell [late Henry III]

 

[mid 13th cent]

D187/1/22

Grant by Thomas son of William of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of land in the North, South and East Fields of Glapwell [late Henry III]

 

[mid 13th cent]

D187/1/23

Grant by Thomas son of William of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of wood and pasture in Glapwell and 2 acres in the South Field

 

[?1275]

D187/1/24

Notification by Thomas son of William of Glapwell that he has bound all the lands and tenements which he had in Glapwell at Michaelmas 1275 to the canons to cover any expenses which they may incur in entering, taking seisin of and holding the wood and pasture and 2 acres which he granted to them, and that he has submitted himself to the jurisdiction of the Sheriff of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire and the Official of the Archdeacon of Derby who can compel him to observe this obligation, [13 Oct]

 

1275

D187/1/25

Grant by Thomas son of William of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of 1 acre on Glapwell [late Henry III or early Edward I]

 

[1260's-1270's]

D187/1/26

Copy grant Thomas of Glapwell to canons of Darley

 

[mid 13th cent]

D187/1/27

Grant by Thomas son of William of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of lands in Glapwell [late Henry III]

Note. This grants the land granted in D187/1/22 and D187/1/26 except for 3 properties, in all 4½ acres. This charter grants 13 acres in all and is probably a little earlier than D187/1/22 and D187/1/26

 

[mid 13th cent]

D187/1/28

Quitclaim by Thomas son of William of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of all actions and claims pertaining to him and his heirs by reason of the lands which they have in Glapwell by the gift or sale of him or his ancestors [8 Sep] at Darley

 

1277

D187/1/29

Grant by Thomas son of William of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of 1d due annually from 1 bovate of land in Glapwell which the canons had by the gift of Ralph of Rearsby [Leicestershire] [late Henry III or early Edward 1]

 

[1260's-1270's]

D187/1/30

Grant by Thomas son of William of Glapwell to Robert son of Alan of Glapwell of 2 bovates of land with a toft and croft in Glapwell, that is the 2 bovates which Alan, Robert's father, held of William the grantor's farther. Robert gave Thomas 3 marks of silver and will render to him 1d a year [late Henry III or early Edward 1]

 

[1260's-1270's]

D187/1/31

Grant by Thomas son of William of Glapwell to Geoffrey son of Nicholas of Hockerton [Nottinghamshire] of a plot of arable land in Glapwell for which Geoffrey will render 1 clove a year [late Henry III or early Edward I]

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/32

Grant by Geoffrey son of Nicholas of Hockerton to the canons of Darley of a plot of arable land which he bought from Thomas son of William, free from all service except prayers [late Henry III or early Edward I]

 

[1260's-1270's]

D187/1/33

Quitclaim by Henry son of Richard Puterel de Thurmundesl' [? in Trusley] to Thomas son of William of Glapwell of all his rights in 1 bovate of land in Glapwell which belonged to his sister. Thomas gave Henry ½ mark of silver and will render 4d a year

 

[c1250]

D187/1/34

Grant by Hugh son of Roger of Glapwell to Robert his son of 2 bovates of land in Glapwell which Avice and although held with the consent of Simon his heir who received Robert's homage. Robert will render to his father 1 pair of spurs or 6d a year

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/35

Grant by Robert son of Hugh of Glapwell with the consent of Roger the clerk his brother, to the canons of Beauchief, of 5 acres in the fields of Glapwell. The canons who paid Robert 16s will render to him 4d a year

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/36

Grant by Roger son of Hugh of Glapwell with the consent of Robert his brother, to the canons of Beauchief, of 3 acres in Glapwell. The canons paid Roger 8s and will render him 2d a year

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/37

Grant by Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell to the canons of Beauchief of 1 bovate of land in Glapwell, which Roger son of William held and toft pertaining to it, 1 acre called Prestacra, pasture for 1 plough team, 60 ewes with their lambs until the lambs are separated from the ewes on 17 Jun each year and common pertaining to 1 free bovate

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/38

Charter of Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell granting 1 bovate of land in Glapwell, which Roger son of William held and toft pertaining to it, 1 acre called Prestacra, pasture for 1 plough team, 60 ewes with their lambs until the lambs are separated from the ewes on 17 Jun each year and common pertaining to 1 free bovate, but the toft is called a messuage, the canons gave Simon 20s and are to render 12d a year

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/39

Notification by John de Eynecurt and Maud de Belev [Bellew] that they have quitclaim to Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell the sum of 12d payable by Simon for the multure etc from 1 bovate of land which the canons of Beauchief held of him for 3s and have granted the same 12d to the canons who shall hold the same bovate of Simon rendering to him 2s a year

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/40

Notification by John de Eynecurt and Maud de Belev that they have quitclaim to Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell the sum of 12d payable by Simon for the multure etc from 1 bovate of land which the canons of Beauchief held of him for 3s and have granted the same 12d to the canons who shall hold the same bovate of Simon rendering to him 2s a year

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/41

Grant [apparently the confirmation of 3 earlier grants] by Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of 6 acres in Glapwell and 1½ acres in the same village and an annual rent of 12d which the canons of Beauchief owed him for 1 bovate of land in Glapwell, which bovate the canons have by the gift of Simon of Glapwell his grandfather

 

[1259-1260]

D187/1/42

Grant by Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of 6 acres in Glapwell

 

[c1259-1260]

D187/1/43

Grant by Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of 1½ acres in Glapwell. For this they gave him 14s

 

[1259-1260]

D187/1/44

Agreement by which Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell leased to Abbot William and the canons of Darley for 20 years from Michaelmas [29 Sep] 1268, a furlong of arable land in the South Field of Glapwell and a headland

 

[c1268]

D187/1/45

Grant by Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell to Alan son of Robert de Rodmerethweyt of 1 bovate of land in Glapwell with 2 tofts, for 1d a year

 

[c1250]

D187/1/46

Grant by Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell to Jordan of Whiteley [in Ripley] of an assart with meadow and woodlands in Glapwell for ½d a year. For this grant, Jordan paid to Simon 28s

 

[c1250]

D187/1/47

Grant by Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell to Jordan of Whiteley [in Ripley] of an assart with meadow and woodlands in Glapwell for ½d a year. For this grant, Jordan paid to Simon 28s

Not witnessed or sealed, made later in the 13th century

For original, see D187/1/46

[13th cent]

D187/1/48

Confirmation by Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of the furlong called Danderuding in Glapwell which they have by the gift of Jordon of Whiteley [in Ripley] and quitclaim to the canons of the annual rent of ½d due to him from the furlong

 

[?1261-1275]

D187/1/49

Similar Confirmation by Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of the furlong called Danderuding in Glapwell which they have by the gift of Jordon of Whiteley [in Ripley] and quitclaim to the canons of the annual rent of ½d due to him from the furlong

 

[?1261-1275]

D187/1/50

Agreement by which Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell leased to Abbot William and the canons of Darley for a term of 9 years, beginning Michaelmas [29 Sep] 1271, one assart in Glapwell which Roger Wysdam held

 

[c1271]

D187/1/51

Lease by Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell to the canons of Darley for 9 years, of all his demesne land in Bramley and Glapwell except his meadow called Longemedue in Bramley. The canons will give Simon annually 8 quarters of wheat, 4 quarters of barley and 30 thraves of straw (wheat, barley and oat) and provide his son Ralph, while he serves them freely, with food, clothing and footwear. At the end of the term, all the land will return to Simon except for 6 acres which he gave them at the beginning of the agreement. At the feast of St John the Baptist [24 Jun]

 

1271

D187/1/52

Acknowledgement by Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell that he is bound to acquit the canons of Darley of all services etc pertaining to the lands which they have leased from him in Glapwell and Bramley and defray any expenses incurred through his default. At Darley on the day of the 7 holy brothers [10 Jul]

 

1271

D187/1/53

Letter patent of Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell acknowledging that he has received from the canons of Darley 1 mark of silver to be repaid on 11 Nov 1271 and that if he fails to pay at the appointed time, the canons shall cease to give him corn in accordance with the terms of the lease of his demesne

 

1271

D187/1/54

Notification by Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell that since he has quitclaimed to the canons of Darley the annual rent of 12d which the canons of Beauchief paid him for 1 bovate in Glapwell which they had by the gift of Simon of Glapwell his grandfather and the canons of Darley hold of them, he concedes to the canons of Beauchief that he has no rights in that annual rent. On the feast of St Matthew the apostle [24 Feb] 1281/2

 

[1282]

D187/1/55

Similar notification to D187/1/54, the only difference between them is that D187/1/54 is dated, D187/1/55 is not

 

 

D187/1/56

Agreement by which the prior and canons of Newstead [Nottinghamshire] quitclaimed to Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell their right to take estovers in Bramley by reason of their manor of Rowthorn and Simon agreed to increase the farm payable to the canons (for Bramley) from 28d to 40d annually [late Henry III]

 

[13th cent]

D187/1/57-58

Transcripts of Agreement by which the prior and canons of Newstead [Nottinghamshire] quitclaimed to Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell their right to take estovers in Bramley by reason of their manor of Rowthorn and Simon agreed to increase the farm payable to the canons (for Bramley) from 28d to 40d annually [late Henry III]

For original, see D187/1/56

[15th cent]

D187/1/59

Later copy of grant by Simon of Glapwell to Richard son of Hugh of Glapwell of a bovate with a toft and croft, another toft and croft, and rights of pasture, for which Richard will render ½ mark of silver annually to Simon [late Henry III copy made 14th century]

 

[14th cent]

D187/1/60

Quitclaim by Simon of Glapwell to Richard son of Hugh of Glapwell of an annual rent of ½ mark of silver owing to him for the tenement which Richard holds of him in Glapwell [late Henry III]

 

[mid 13th cent]

D187/1/61

Quitclaim by Simon of Glapwell to Richard son of Hugh of Glapwell of his rights in 1½ acres in Glapwell which Richard bought from William of Ault Hucknall. Late Henry III

 

[mid 13th century]

D187/1/62

Quitclaim by Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell to Robert son of Hugh Glapwell of his claim in 3 acres of arable land which Robert bought from Roger son of Bate of Glapwell. Late Henry III

 

[mid 13th cent]

D187/1/63

Grant by Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell to Roger the chaplain, son of Ralf of Glapwell, of his villein Alice daughter of Hugh son of Suain [Swain] of Glapwell. Late Henry III

 

[mid 13th cent]

D187/1/64

Grant by Roger son of Adam of Glapwell to Hugh son of Thomas of Kirklington [Nottinghamshire] of 2 acres of arable in Glapwell, one in the East field and one in the South Field, for which Hugh shall render ½d annually. Late Henry III or early Edward 1

 

[mid-late 13th cent]

D187/1/65

Quitclaim by Simon of Glapwell to Hugh son of Thomas of Kirklington of 2 acres of arable land in Glapwell, which he bought from Roger son of Adam of Glapwell Simon's free tenant. Late Henry III or early Edward I

 

[mid-late 13th cent]

D187/1/66

Confirmation by Simon of Glapwell to Hugh of Kirklington of 2 acres of arable land in the South Field of Glapwell which he bought from Roger son of Adam of Glapwell. Late Henry III of early Edward I

 

[mid-late 13th cent]

D187/1/67

Grant by Simon of Glapwell to Robert the chaplain called "of Kirtlington" [Kirklington] of a bovate called "Thomas oxegang" with a toft and croft in Glapwell and pasture in his wood of Bramley for 5s annually and 2d for frankpledge. Late Henry III or early Edward I

 

[mid-late 13th cent]

D187/1/68

Later copy of grant by Hugh Bailey to Hugh [of] Glapwell of all his lands in Bramley

 

[?late 13th cent]

D187/1/69

Grant by Ralf of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of ½ acre in Glapwell

 

[circa 1240]

D187/1/70

Grant by Ralf son of Simon of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of 1½ acres in Glapwell, for which they paid Ralf 9s of silver and 8d

 

[circa 1240]

D187/1/71

Quitclaim by Maud daughter of Hugh of Glapwell to Richard her brother of her rights in 4 acres in Glapwell which her father bought from Robert Heryng. At Glapwell in the feast of St James the apostle [25 Jul] 1 Edward I

 

[1272]

D187/1/72

Confirmation by Alan Horsseknawe of Mackworth son of John Horssecnawe to Ralf son of Simon of Glapwell and Sybil his wife of 2 acres of arable land in Mackworth which they have by the grant of Geoffrey called "le Bracer" who bought them from Alan. Thursday before the feast of St Luke the evangelist [16 Oct]

 

1292

D187/1/73

Grant by Robert le Couper of Glapwell and Cecily his wife to Ralf son of Simon of Glapwell of a piece of land near their curtilage in Glapwell to be enclosed with a ditch. At Glapwell on the day of St Chad the bishop [2 Mar] 1297

 

[1298]

D187/1/74

Grant by Richard the chaplain son of Simon of Glapwell to Avice, daughter of Hugh of Glapwell, of all the land which he held of Andrew of Glapwell, to hold of Hawise [Avice] daughter of Andrew and her sisters, rendering annually to them 5s

 

[?c1250]

D187/1/75

Grant by Ralf son of Simon of Glapwell in free marriage with Avice his niece to Roger de Sumerford of ½ acre [in Glapwell] for which he shall render ½d annually

 

[c1240]

D187/1/76

Grant by William son of William de Grangia [Grange] in free marriage with Avice his niece to Roger de Somerford of ½ acre [in Glapwell] for which he shall render ½d annually

 

[circa 1240]

D187/1/77

Confirmation by Simon son of Hugh of Glapwell to Avice his sister of all the land at Glapwell which Richard his uncle gave her, that is, 2 bovates and grant to the same Avice of common pertaining to 2 bovates in Bramley. She shall perform the agricultural services rendered by his uncle Richard to Hugh his father

 

[c1250]

D187/1/78

Grant by Hubert son of Ivo to Roger of Bolsover of 1 rood[rod] of his land in Scarcliffe for which Roger shall render ¼d annually for the lights of the altar of St Mary of Scarcliffe. For this grant Roger gave 2s to Hubert. Early Henry III

 

[early 13th cent]

D187/1/79-80

Agreement by which Abbot Walter and the canons of Darley gave to Roger de Somerford and Avice his wife a toft and croft and ½ acre in Glapwell in exchange for 2½ acres in the same village; and a corner of land towards the park of Stainsby in exchange for 1 rood[rod] in Scarcliffe

 

[1248-1261]

D187/1/81

Grant by Thomas son of William of Glapwell to Roger son of William de Sumerford and Avice his wife of 1 bovate with a toft and croft in Glapwell which Goda held. For this Roger gave 3½ marks of silver to Thomas to whom he shall render 2s annually

 

[c1250]

D187/1/82

Grant by John son of Hugh to Roger of Bolsover of all the land which he had in the assart called Godrich in Glapwell between the land of the Abbot of Darley and the assarts of the village, 1½ acres in Suthfeud [Suthfeld], ½ acre in Eastfeud, ½ acre below the hill and the whole of his land at Sortedoles.

For this Roger has given John 20s and shall render ½d annually for the lights at the altar of St Mary of Glapwell

 

[c1250]

D187/1/83

Grant by John son of Hugh to Roger de Somerford of Bolsover of all the land which he had in the assart called Godrich in Glapwell between the land of the Abbot of Darley and the assarts of the village, 1½ acres in Suthfeud, ½ acre in Eastfeud, ½ acre below the hill and the whole of his land at Sortedoles. Except that he adds another acre in Estfeud, states that Roger de Somerford has given him 25s and shall render 1d annually for the lights of the church of Glapwell and gives Roger freedom to assign the whole of the land to the rector of the chapel of Glapwell

 

[c1250]

D187/1/84

Grant by John son of Atheline of Glapwell to Roger de Somerford of 1½ acres in Glapwell. For this, Roger gave him 7s and shall pay ½d annually for the lights of the church of Glapwell. Roger is free to make the rector of Glapwell chapel his assignee.

 

[c1250]

D187/1/85

Grant by William Haranc of Glapwell to Roger of Bolsover of 1½ acres in Glapwell with remainder to the rector of Glapwell church if Roger dies without heirs or assignees. For this, Roger gave William 8s and he will pay ½d annually for the light before the altar of St Mary in Glapwell church.

 

[c1250]

D187/1/86

Grant by William Haranc of Glapwell to Roger of Bolsover of 1 acre [in Glapwell] for which Roger shall pay ¼d annually for the light before the altar of St Mary in Glapwell church, and if Roger dies without heirs and assigns, the land will devolve upon the rector of Glapwell church.

 

[c1250]

D187/1/87

Grant by Robert son of Robert of Glapwell to Roger of Bolsover of the whole of his assart in the South Field of Glapwell. Roger, who gave Robert 5s shall pay ¼d annually for the altar lights of St Mary of Glapwell

 

[c1250]

D187/1/88

Sale by William son of Richard of Glapwell to Roger son of William of Sumerford for 5s of a toft and an assart in Glapwell, for which Roger shall pay 1d annually, and confirmation to Roger of all the land he has by gift or sale from John son of Adtheline, Robert son of Alan and William Harang

 

[c1250]

D187/1/89

Grant by Roger of Bolsover to John his son of a bovate with a toft and croft formerly held by Goda in Glapwell which he bought from Thomas son of William for which 2s shall be given annually to Thomas, and of all the land in Glapwell which he bought from John son of Hugh, Robert son of Robert and Robert son of Alan; 2 acres in Scarcliffe which he bought from Robert son of Susanna; the land he bought from William Harang; a toft in Glapwell; a meadow he bought from William son of Richard. For these lands, John shall pay 8d annually for the lights of the church of St Andrew of Glapwell, 2d to...

 

[?late 13th cent]

D187/1/90

Quitclaim by Avice widow of Roger de Somerford to John her son of her rights in the tenements which Roger bought in Glapwell and gave to John by his charter, saving a third part as her dower during her lifetime. Late Henry III or early Edward I

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/91

Grant by Avice daughter of Hugh of Glapwell widow to John her son of all her rights in the land which she had by the gift of Richard son of Simon of Glapwell chaplain with pasture in Bramley etc. Late Henry III or early Edward I

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/92

Agreement between John son of Roger de Somerford living in Glapwell and Avice his mother that Avice shall have during her lifetime half the capital messuage which she gave him and a third of its curtilage and that John and his heirs shall cultivate at their own cost and with their own labour and seed the whole of the arable which she gave him and that which she holds of John as her dower and carry a third of the corn to her house, save that she shall have a third of the corn hoed and reaped and she shall have a third of the hay from certain meadows which John shall cause to be cut and taken...

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/93

Grant by Avice widow of Roger de Somerford to Simon of Glapwell her brother of the bovate called `Thomas oxegong' in Glapwell with a toft and croft which Cecily her mother gave her and Roger her husband for the term of Cecily's life. Late Henry III or early Edward I

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/94

Grant by Avice widow of Roger de Somerford to Cecily her daughter of a toft and croft in Glapwell for which she shall pay ½d annually. Late Henry III or early Edward I

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/95

Grant by Cecily daughter of Roger de Somerford to Richard son of Hugh of Glapwell of the toft and croft which her mother Avice gave her and 1 acre in the South Field of Glapwell which she had from Adam son of Maud de la Rode. Richard shall pay ½d annually to Avice and ½d to Roger son of Adam of Glapwell

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/96

Grant by Avice daughter of Hugh of Glapwell, widow, to the canons of Darley for the souls of her husbands Roger and Jordan, of 1 acre in Glapwell

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/97

Grant in exchange by Avice widow of Roger of Darley to her son John of 3½ acres of arable land in Glapwell for which he shall pay 1 clove annually

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/98

Grant by Avice widow of Jordan of Glapwell to Agnes her daughter of 1 acre in Glapwell for which she shall pay 1 clove annually

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/99

Grant by Agnes widow of Henry the clerk of Chesterfield to Hugh of Kirklington (Nottinghamshire] [living] in Glapwell of 1 acre in Glapwell, ½ acre in the North Field and ½ acre in the East Field, for which he shall pay 1 clove annually to Avice widow of Jordan of Glapwell.

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/100

Quitclaim by John son of Richard of Darley living in Langley [near Chesterfield] to John son of Roger de Somerford living in Glapwell of all his rights in the lands and tenements which Roger de Somerford the grantor's grandfather and Avice wife of Roger held in Glapwell and in the fee of Rowthorn, 2 Feb

 

1298

D187/1/101

Grant by John son of Roger de Somurford of Glapwell to Ralf of Glapwell of messuage with a croft in Glapwell

 

[early 14th cent]

D187/1/102

Grant by John son of Roger de Somurford of Glapwell to Ralf of Glapwell of messuage and plot of land and his arable, meadow and woodland in Glapwell, 28 Feb

 

1332

D187/1/103

Grant by William Harang to the canons of Darley of 5 acres in Glapwell for which they gave him 35s

 

[c1250]

D187/1/104

Grant by William Harang of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of 1 toft with a croft and ½ bovate and 3 acres

 

[c1250]

D187/1/105

Quitclaim by Robert Harang of Glapwell to Hugh son of Thomas of Kirklington [Nottinghamshire] living in Glapwell of an annual rent of 1d which William of Ault Hucknall paid him for 1 acre in Glapwell, 20 Apr

 

1298

D187/1/106

Quitclaim dated 27 Apr 1298 by Robert Harang of Glapwell to Hugh son of Thomas of Kirklington, living in Glapwell, of all claims against him including claims on the goods of Robert, Hugh's brother, recently deceased, arising before 25 Apr 1298

 

1298

D187/1/107

Grant by Robert Harang living in Glapwell to Richard son of Hugh of Glapwell of 1 rood[rod] in the north field of Glapwell for which he shall pay a rose annually.

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/108

Agreement by which Robert Hunte of Glapwell leased to Abbot William and the canons of Darley a plot of meadow and pasture in Glapwell called Suthruding, for 15 years beginning at Easter 1273

 

[c1273]

D187/1/109

Confirmation by Robert de Wylehby [Willoughby] lord of Pleasley to the canons of Darley of all the lands etc which they had of his fee at Glapwell on 24 Feb 1273

 

[c1273]

D187/1/110

Confirmation by Robert de Wylehby [Willoughby] lord of Pleasley to the canons of Darley of all the lands etc which they had of his fee at Glapwell on 24 Feb 1274

 

[c1274]

D187/1/111

Grant by Robert de Wilweby [Willoughby] to Robert son of Nicholas of Rauceby [Lincolnshire] of a toft and croft and 6 appurtenant strips in Silkby [Silk Willoughby near Sleaford, Lincolnshire]. For this Robert gave to the grantor 4 marks of silver and he shall pay 6d annually

 

[?c1250]

D187/1/112

Grant by John of Scarcliffe clerk to Hugh of Kirklington [Nottinghamshire] living in Glapwell of 1½ acres in Glapwell for which he shall pay a rose annually

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/113

Notification by John de Belewe knight, son of Thomas de Belewe, that he has granted, manumitted etc to William de Vernon clerk all rights which he had by reason of villeinage in Hugh son of Thomas of Kirklington [Nottinghamshire], 28 Jun

 

1291

D187/1/114

Grant by Robert son of Alan of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of his assart with the small syke and meadow, late Henry III

 

[mid-13th cent]

D187/1/115

Grant by Robert son of Alan of Glapwell to Richard son of Alan of Shirland and Hawise his wife, sister of Robert, in free marriage, of one acre in Glapwell, for which Richard shall pay annually a pair of gloves

 

[c1250]

D187/1/116

Grant by Robert son of Alan of Glapwell to Robert of Kirklington [Nottinghamshire] chaplain, of a plot of arable land in the North Field of Glapwell, ½ acre in the East Field and 1 rood[rod] in the same field, for which Robert the chaplain shall pay annually 1 clove. Late Henry III or early Edward I

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/117

Grant by Robert son of Alan of Glapwell to Hugh of Kirklington of all the land in Glapwell which he gave to Robert of Kirklington chaplain brother of Hugh on the same terms

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/118

Grant by Robert son of Alan of Glapwell to Hugh of Kirklington of 1 acre of arable land in Glapwell lying in the South Field. For this Hugh shall pay 1 clove annually. Early Edward I

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/119

Grant by Robert son of Alan of Glapwell to Hugh of Kirklington of 2½ acres of arable land in the North Field of Glapwell for which Hugh shall pay ½d annually

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/120

Grant by Geoffrey son of Thomas of Kirklington living in Teversall [Nottinghamshire] for Hugh his brother of his rights in 1 bovate with a messuage in Glapwell which Robert the chaplain his brother once held of Simon of Glapwell and in all the land which the same Robert held of Robert son of Alan in Glapwell. Hugh shall pay 5s 2d annually to Simon and 1 clove to Robert son of Alan. Early Edward I

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/121

Grant by Robert son of Alan of Glapwell to Robert le Couper of 1½ acres of arable land in Glapwell, that is, 1 acre (a headland) lying in the East Field by the land of the Abbot of Darley and 2 roods[rods] in the North Field. Robert le Couper shall pay [? a piece] of preserved ginger annually to the grantor.

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/122

Grant by William of Ault Hucknall living in Glapwell, to Simon of Glapwell of 2 acres 3 roods[rods] of arable land in Glapwell, that is, 1 acre in South Field, 1 acre in le Stubbinges and 3 roods[rods] in the East Field. Early Edward I

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/123

Grant by William of Ault Hucknall, living in Glapwell to Hugh son of Thomas of Kirklington and Maud his wife of 1 acre in Glapwell for which they shall find the oil for the maintenance of a lamp before the altar of St Mary in Glapwell church throughout the year, and shall pay to John son of Hugh of Glapwell 1d annually.

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/124

Grant by William of Ault Hucknall, living in Glapwell, to Ralf son of Simon of Glapwell of ½ acre of arable land in Glapwell lying in the South Field.

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/125

Grant by William of Ault Hucknall, living in Glapwell, to Richard son of Hugh of Glapwell of 1½ acres of arable land in Glapwell, that is ½ acre in the North Field, and two ½ acres in the East Field. Richard shall pay a clove annually to William. Early Edward I

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/126

Grant by William of Ault Hucknall, living in Ault Hucknall, to Richard son of Hugh of Glapwell of his rights in the lands etc which once belonged to Ralf of Glapwell and afterwards to Simon in Glapwell, Scarcliffe and Bramley, together with a wood and the service of the land which Sarra daughter of Ralf of Glapwell holds in Glapwell and Scarcliffe, with which lands etc he was enfeoffed by the aforesaid Simon of Glapwell.

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/127

Grant by William of Ault Hucknall to Richard son of Hugh of Glapwell of a third of his assart in le Suthfeld and ½ acre in the same field in Glapwell for which Richard shall pay a rose annually,

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/128

Grant by Roger son and heir of Adam of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of an annual rent of 6d which the canons of Beauchief owe him for certain lands held of them by the canons of Darley.

Roger acknowledges to the canons of Beauchief that he has no claim to this rent in the future but undertakes to warrant the lands and tenements to the same canons. Late Henry III or early Edward I

 

[mid 13th cent]

D187/1/129

Confirmation by Roger son of Adam of Glapwell to the canons of Darley of a messuage and ½ bovate in Glapwell which they had by the gift of Ralf of Rearsby [Leicestershire]. For this confirmation the canons paid 16s

 

1281

D187/1/130

Grant by Roger son of Adam alias Bate of Glapwell to Robert son of Isabel of 3 acres in Glapwell, 1 in the South Field, 1 in the East Field, ½ acre in le Stubhing, and 2 roods[rods], for which he shall pay ½d at Christmas for the lights of St Mary in Glapwell chapel.

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/131

Grant by Roger son of Adam of Glapwell to Hugh of Kirklington of 2 acres of arable land in Glapwell, lying in the South Field, for which he shall pay ½d annually.

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/132

Grant by Roger son of Adam of Glapwell to Hugh of Kirklington, living in Glapwell, and Maud his wife, of ½ acre in the East Field of Glapwell, for which Hugh shall pay 1 clove annually

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/133

Grant by Roger son of Adam of Glapwell to Hugh of Kirklington, living in Glapwell, and Maud his wife of 6 acres of arable land in Glapwell, 2½ in the East Field and 3½ in the South Field.

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/134

Grant by Roger son of Adam Bate of Glapwell to Ralf son of Simon of Glapwell of part of his toft in Glapwell and 7½ acres, that is 3 acres in the South Field, 2 in the East Field and 2½ in the North Field [29 October]

 

[1311]

D187/1/135

Grant by Roger son of Adam Bate to Ralf son of Simon of Glapwell, and Agnes his wife of one messuage with a toft and croft and all his lands, tenements and rents in Glapwell [18 Mar]

 

[1312]

D187/1/136

Grant by Ralf of Rearsby [Leicestershire] to the canons of Darley of 1½ bovates with a toft and croft in Glapwell that is, 1 bovate which he bought from John vicar of Scarcliffe and ½ bovate which he bought from Alice daughter of Robert vicar of Heath. For this, the canons shall pay 7d annually to Ralf. ?Late Henry III

 

[mid 13th cent]

D187/1/136a

Grant by Ralf of Rearsby to the canons of Darley for 15 marks of silver, of 1½ bovates with a toft and croft in Glapwell (as in D187/1/136). The canons shall pay annually 1d to Thomas son of William of Glapwell for 1 bovate and 6d to Roger son of Adam of Glapwell for ½ bovate. ?Late Henry III

 

[mid 13th cent]

D187/1/137

Copy of quitclaim by Ralf de Rearsby to Ralf of Glapwell of his rights in the homage and all other forinsec services of Ralf of Glapwell for the manor of Glapwell which the said Ralf holds of him (Ralf de Rearsby), save an annual payment of 1d for all services [c1275 or 1311-1312]

 

[late 15th cent]

D187/1/138

Transcript of quitclaim by Ralf de Rearsby to Ralf of Glapwell of his rights in the homage and all other forinsec services of Ralf of Glapwell for the manor of Glapwell which the said Ralf holds of him (Ralf de Rearsby), save an annual payment of 1d for all services but in a different hand

For original, see D187/1/137

[15th cent]

D187/1/139

Quitclaim by Margery widow of Ralf of Rearsby to the canons of Darley of all her rights in 1½ bovates in Glapwell which they have by the gift of Ralf her husband. Early Edward I

 

[late 13th cent]

D187/1/140

Agreement (chirograph) between Abbot Walter and the canons and their parishioners of Glapwell concerning the repair of the chancel of the chapel there.

 

[1248-1261]

D187/1/141

Chirograph: the other half of the agreement between Abbot Walter and the canons and their parishioners of Glapwell concerning the repair of the chancel of the chapel there.

 

[1248-1261]

D187/1/142

Grant by Simon son of Hugh, lord of Glapwell, Thomas son of William of Glapwell, William of Ufton, Robert Hount of Glapwell, Roger son of Bate of Glapwell, Robert Hering of Glapwell, Robert the clerk of Rowthorn, Avice widow of Jordan of Whiteley [in Ripley] and Hawise de Solario in Worksop [Nottinghamshire] to the canons of Darley, of the freedom to enclose a croft in Glapwell between their courtyard and the land of Simon son of Hugh. ?Late Henry III

 

[?mid 13th cent]

D187/1/143

Acknowledgement by Richard of Glapwell chaplain that since the canons of Darley have given him permission to serve the chapel of Glapwell for 1 year beginning at Michaelmas 1251, he undertakes to withdraw at the end of that term and make no claims against them, unless they choose to allow him to serve for a further period.

 

[c1251]

D187/1/144

Agreement between William Abbot of Darley and Roger of Glapwell chaplain by which the canons granted to Roger tithe of corn (garbs) for a term of 4 years for 4 marks a year. Roger shall serve the chapel personally or through a suitable chaplain, with a suitable clerk, during the whole of this term. From lands which the canons cultivate at their own expense and lands granted to them within the same term, Roger shall not receive tithe [1 Aug]

 

1264

D187/1/145

Agreement by which Abbot William and the canons of Darley granted to Geoffrey de Grangiis [Grange] chaplain, all tithes of corn, hay, wool, lamb and other small tithes and the oblations pertaining to their chapel of Glapwell and the toft pertaining to the chaplain of the said chapel, and another toft with a croft etc for a term of 5 years beginning at Michaelmas 1289, saving to the canons the principal mortuary in live animals, land and growing corn and all the greater tithes from their ploughed land and herds in Glapwell. Geoffrey shall pay annually to the canons 45s 2d, discharge synodal...

 

1288

D187/1/146

Indenture between Abbot John and the canons of Darley and Thomas Clerke chaplain of Alfreton by which the canons grant at farm to the same Thomas 1 messuage and 1 bovate with 2 tofts and certain other lands in Glapwell for a term of 41 years, paying annually to the canons 12s and to the sacristan 12d and 2 fat capons. Thomas shall maintain the buildings in good repair with timber assigned at Butterley and shall not sell or lease the messuage or tofts. [date gives year only]

 

1513

D187/1/147

Grant by Abbot Stephen and the canons of a Beauchief to the canons of Darley of the whole of the land which they had in Glapwell in 1217-1218 according to the charters of Simon son of Hugh, Richard son of William, Roger son of Hugh and Robert son of Hugh of Glapwell, for which the canons of Darley shall pay 24s annually to the canons of Beauchief

 

[c1217-1218]

D187/1/148

Acknowledgement by Abbot Henry and the canons of Darley that they have received from Abbot Stephen and the canons of Beauchief the whole of the lands which the canons of Beauchief held in Glapwell in 1217-1218 (as in preceding charter) at farm perpetually for 24s annually, to be paid at Stanleg in Teversall (Nottinghamshire)

 

[c1217-1218]

D187/1/149

Acknowledgement by Abbot Henry and the canons of Darley that they received from Stephen then Abbot and the canons of Beauchief the whole of the land which they had at Glapwell in 1217-1218, to hold at farm, to hold at farm for 22s 6d annually to be paid at Staneleg in Teversall

 

[1278-1287]

D187/1/150

Quitclaim by Abbot William and the canons of Beauchief to the canons of Darley of 12d of the rent of 22s 6d which they owe annually for a tenement in Glapwell

 

[early 14th cent]

D187/1/151

Agreement between the canons of Beauchief and the canons of Darley, following the settlement of a dispute between them concerning rent of 21s payable by the canons of Darley to the canons of Beauchief for lands etc in Glapwell, that the canons of Darley should pay 13s 4d annually [10 May]

 

1366

D187/1/152

Notification by Abbot Robert and the canons of Beauchief that they have remitted to Abbot Lawrence and the canons of Darley arrears of rent due for lands etc in Glapwell down to the present time [19 May]

 

1366

D187/1/153

Grant by William de Byrton sometime vicar of Ault Hucknall to Richard son of William de Stanton [? Stanton Hill near Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire] clerk of a bovate in Glapwell with a toft and rights of pasture in the wood of Bramley, which he bought from Simon sometime lord of Glapwell, for which Richard shall pay 5s 2d annually. The grantor cannot hand over his own charter of enfeoffment since it was burnt with his house at Ault Hucknall

 

[early 14th cent]

D187/1/154

Grant by Richard de Staunton clerk to William his brother of the bovate etc in Glapwell which he bought from William de Byrton with rights of pasture in [the wood of] Bramley except in the close of Ralf of Glapwell, lord of the same fee, for which he shall pay 5s 2d annually

 

[early 14th cent]

D187/1/155

Fragment of grant by Richard son of William de Staunton clerk and William [his brother] to a certain Ralf, of land which they had from [William de Byrton] sometime vicar of Ault Hucknall

 

[early 14th cent]

D187/1/156

Quitclaim by Thomas son of John son of Nicholas de Lowes of Shirebrook to the canons of Darley of all his rights in 20 acres of arable and 2 acres of meadow and a moiety of a toft in Pentrich and in all other lands which they have by the gift of his ancestors in Glapwell, Pentrich and Ripley [27 Sep]

 

[1314]

D187/1/157

Grant by Ranulf Hylinn of Staveley to William of Horsley, chaplain, of 1 acre of mead in Brademedue [in Staveley] [22 Feb]

 

[1315]

D187/1/158

Grant by William Miruld of [Stony] Houghton to Richard son of James of Rowthorn of 2 acres of arable land in the fields of Glapwell [18 May]

 

[1315]

D187/1/159

Quitclaim by Robert son and heir of Robert Hering of Glapwell to Hugh de Kytlington [? Kirklington, Nottinghamshire] of all his claim in 4 acres which Hugh bought from Robert's father Robert [21 Feb]

 

[1317]

D187/1/160

Grant by Alice widow of Richard le Dun to William son of Walter of Ufton of 11 acres in Glapwell which Robert le Coupere held [26 Jun]

 

[1317]

D187/1/161

Notification by Alice widow of Richard le Dun that she has appointed her son Roger her attorney to deliver seisin of 11 acres in Glapwell to William son of Walter of Ufton [26 Jun]

 

[1317]

D187/1/162

Grant by Richard Dobyn of Glapwell to Simon son of Richard of Glapwell of 1 acre of arable land above Dunsye in Glapwell [11 Dec]

 

[1328]

D187/1/163

Grant by William son of Walter of Ufton to Robert son of Ralf of Glapwell which he had by the gift of Alice widow of Richard le Dune [19 Feb]

 

[1329]

D187/1/164

Notification by William son of Walter of Ufton that he has appointed Richard son of Hugh of Glapwell his attorney to deliver to Robert son of Ralf of Glapwell seisin of 11 acres which he granted to him [19 Feb]

 

[1329]

D187/1/165

Quitclaim by William son of Walter of Ufton to Robert son of Ralf of Glapwell of all his rights in the 11 acres in Glapwell which he had granted to Robert [8 Apr]

 

[1329]

D187/1/166

Grant by Margaret de Frechevyle to Robert son of Ralf of Glapwell of one robe worth 20s and an annual rent of 20s from two-thirds of her manor of Staveley during his lifetime [15 Apr] 3 Edward III

 

[1329]

D187/1/167

Grant by William of Horsley chaplain to Robert of Glapwell of 1 acre of meadow in Bradmeadow in the meadows of Staveley [6 May] 4 Edward III

 

[1330]

D187/1/168

Grant by Richard son of Adam de Nortun to Robert son of Ralf of Glapwell of 1 acre of meadow in Gyldeshalowe and 1 plot of meadow in Calford [in Staveley] [16 Mar] 5 Edward III

 

[1331]

D187/1/169

Quitclaim by Richard son of Adam of Nortun to Robert son of Ralf of Glapwell of all his rights in 3 acres of meadow in Staveley [16 Mar] 5 Edward III

 

[1331]

D187/1/170

Grant by Robert le Warde of Staveley to Robert of Glapwell of 3 acres of arable land in Staveley [2 Jun] 5 Edward III

 

[1331]

D187/1/171

Grant by Ralf son of Ralf de Freschevyle to Robert of Glapwell of his villein John son of Emma `Atte Tounende' of Palterton [21 Jun] 6 Edward III

 

[1332]

D187/1/172

Grant by Simon son of Richard Robert of Glapwell to John of Glapwell his brother of a messuage with a croft in Glapwell which William of Ault Hucknall once held [2 Nov] 8 Edward III

 

[1334]

D187/1/173

Quitclaim by Christina widow of Adam de Nortun of Staveley to Robert of Glapwell of all her rights in 3 acres of meadow [in Staveley] [29 Mar] 9 Edward III

 

[1335]

D187/1/174

Grant by Ralf son of Ralf Frecheule [Freschville] to Robert of Glapwell of his villein William son of John of Rylah [in Palterton] [8 Dec] 9 Edward III

 

[1335]

D187/1/175

Grant by Richard son of Hugh of Glapwell to John de Plumley of all his lands and tenements in Palterton in the fee of Scarcliffe and of all his tenements in Glapwell with his common rights in the wood of Bramley [22 Dec] 10 Edward III

 

[1336]

D187/1/176

Grant by John de Plumley to Richard son of Hugh of Glapwell and Margaret his wife of all his lands and tenements in Palterton in the fee of Scarcliffe and all his lands in Glapwell and his common in the wood of Bramley [12 Jan] 10 Edward III

 

[1337]

D187/1/177-178

Quitclaim by Cecily widow of Simon of Glapwell to John son of Richard, Robert the elder of Glapwell of her rights in the lands etc to which she is entitled as dower in Glapwell and Scarcliffe, provided that if within a year of the death of her husband she gives birth to an heir, these tenements etc shall revert to her [19 Oct] 11 Edward III

 

[1337]

D187/1/179

Grant by Cecily widow of Robert Couper of Glapwell to Ralf son of John [? the clerk] of the whole of her land with a toft and croft in Glapwell [28 Dec] 12 Edward III

 

[1338]

D187/1/180

Agreement by which Richard de Sutton on Averham [Nottinghamshire] to whom Robert of Glapwell is bound for 200 marks in a statute - merchant before the mayor of Nottingham and the clerk of the King's seal payable at Michaelmas 1339, concedes that if the same Robert gives all his lands and tenements in Glapwell to Robert of Widmerpool [Nottinghamshire] or some other person who enfeoffs Robert of Glapwell and his wife Elizabeth and their heirs with the same land and tenements, and if Agnes widow of Ralf of Glapwell enfeoffs Robert of Widmerpool with her manor of Glapwell and he re-enfeoffs her...

 

[1339]

D187/1/181-182

Two parts of an indenture made between John son of Richard de Sutton of Averham and Robert of Glapwell testifying that John, when his coming of age is complete, will levy a fine to Robert of Glapwell and Elizabeth his wife and Robert's heirs, of 10 marks of rent in the vill of Dean, Oxfordshire, issuing from lands which John of Dean holds, and John son of Richard will sue that Robert and Elizabeth shall have attornment of the same John of Dean or his heirs. And Robert grants that if he alienates the rent or exchanges it for other land or rent, he will make an estate for himself and...

 

[1340]

D187/1/183

Quitclaim by Henry de Bateley [in or near Glapwell] to Robert of Glapwell of all his rights of common in Robert's wood of Bramley which he is free to enclose in perpetuity [1 Aug] 14 Edward III

 

[1340]

D187/1/184

Grant by Roger son of Ralf of Glapwell to his brother Robert of Glapwell and Elizabeth his wife of annual rents of 40 marks from all the lands and tenements which he had by the grant and enfeoffment of the same Robert in Glapwell and Rowthorn [27 Sep] 14 Edward III

 

 

D187/1/185

Grant by Roger son of Ralf of Glapwell to his brother Robert of Glapwell and Elizabeth his wife of his manor of Glapwell with the services of all free tenants and villeins, and of all his lands and tenements which belonged to John of Glapwell and William of Ufton in the same village, and the whole of his wood of Bramley with all arable lands, meadows and pastures [1 Oct] 14 Edward III

 

[1340]

D187/1/186

Indenture made between Robert of Glapwell and Elizabeth his wife on one part and John of Dean [Oxfordshire] on the other part, testifying that as John holds the manor of Dean, Oxfordshire, of Robert and Elizabeth and Robert's heirs, by homage and fealty and scutage (giving details) the said Robert and Elizabeth grant that if John of Dean pay the 10 marks (specified in the details mentioned above) to them at Glapwell, then the charge of 10 marks contained in the bond made by John to Robert and Elizabeth shall be quit and so from year to year so long as the payment is properly made [4 Nov] 15...

 

[1341]

D187/1/187

Grant by William son of Richard Dobyn of Glapwell to Robert of Glapwell and Roger his son and his heirs of a part of his messuage in Glapwell 10 feet long and 20 feet broad on which part of a house belonging to Robert is built and 1 acre ½ rood[rod] in Glapwell for which shall be paid to William 1 grain of corn annually. If Roger dies without heirs his brother Thomas shall inherit, then if Thomas dies without heirs, his sister Elizabeth, then if she dies without heirs, the property is to revert to William and his heirs after the deaths of Robert, Roger, Thomas and Elizabeth [20 Mar] 18...

 

[1344]

D187/1/188

Grant by Robert of Glapwell to John of Harby [? Nottinghamshire] chaplain of the chapel of St John Baptist, Staveley, of all his lands and tenements, that is arable, meadow, wood and moor called Bramley [7 Jan] 22 Edward III

 

[1349]

D187/1/189

Grant by John of Harby chaplain of the chapel of St John Baptist of Staveley to Robert of Glapwell and Elizabeth his wife of all the lands and tenements which he had by the gift of the same Robert [10 Feb] 23 Feb III

 

[1349]

D187/1/190

Quitclaim by William de Emley to William de Wyncebourne [Winkburn] both of Ollerton [Nottinghamshire], of all his rights in 1 messuage and ½ bovate in Ollerton [26 Oct] 34 Edward III

 

[1360]

D187/1/191

Notification by Gilbert de Wilby rector of the church of Rawmarsh [Yorkshire] that he has appointed William Attewell of Scarcliffe to deliver seisin to Ralf del Wodde of [Stony] Houghton of 2 acres in Glapwell [22 Nov]

 

1362

D187/1/192

Grant by William de Wynkburn of Ollerton in Sherwood to Ralf del Wode of [Stony] Houghton of all his lands and tenements in Ollerton [28 Feb] 39 Edward III

 

[1365]

D187/1/193

Agreement between John Boteler of Hockerton [Nottinghamshire] and Robert of Glapwell that John eldest son of the said John, shall marry Margaret daughter of Robert and that John Boteler shall support his son and Margaret and their issue in his house for 3 years next following the marriage and shall enfeoff them with 1 messuage and 1 carucate called Marnamland in Hockerton (further detail) and in the 3rd year, he shall cultivate the carucate, store the produce in granges for them, construct 3 houses on the messuage and give John and Margaret 40s in rent, 10 acres of meadow and 10 cart loads...

 

[1365]

D187/1/194

Notification by Thomas of Balne [Yorkshire] that he has appointed Thomas Maycus and John Chesthunt his general attorneys 14 Mar 43 Edward III

 

[1369]

D187/1/195

Grant by Ralf atte Wode of [Stony] Houghton to Agnes widow of William de Wynkburn of Ollerton [Nottinghamshire] for her lifetime of all the lands and tenements which he had by gift and enfeoffment from William. After the death of Agnes the lands etc which should revert to the grantor shall pass to William son of the said William de Wynkburn then if he should die without heirs, to Ralf son of William, then if he dies without heirs to Anastasia, William's daughter and if she dies without heirs, to Joan William's daughter [8 Feb] 48 Edward III

 

[1374]

D187/1/196

Grant by Anker Brimington of Staveley to Robert del Peek of Beighton of all the lands and tenements in Glapwell and his common in the wood of Bramley, which descended to him after the death of Margaret widow of Richard son of Hugh of Palterton [14 Jul] 6 Richard II

 

[1382]

D187/1/197

Quitclaim by Alice widow of Robert de Peek of Beighton and William her son to Roger of Glapwell of their rights in the lands which Richard son of Hugh once held in Glapwell [25 Apr] 12 Richard II

 

[1389]

D187/1/198

Grant by Robert Tydy and Joan his wife, living in Glossop, to Jasselin of Staveley and Margery his wife of all the lands and tenements which they had in Glapwell [27 Oct] 18 Richard II

 

[1392]

D187/1/199

Grant by John of Spondon chaplain, Ralf of Glapwell and John of Tupton of Duckmanton to John of Barlborough of all their lands and tenements in Calow which they had by the gift of John of Barlborough and Agnes his wife, for the lifetime of John of Barlborough with remainder to Agnes's daughter Margaret and if Margaret dies without heirs the lands etc shall revert to the 3 grantors and their heirs (when according to Agnes's wish they are to be sold and the proceeds distributed among the poor), [12 Sep] 5 Henry IV

 

[1404]

D187/1/200

Grant by William Base of Glapwell and Joan his wife to Thomas of Glapwell rector of the church of Strelley [Nottinghamshire] and William Jonson of [Stony] Houghton, of 1 messuage in Glapwell with 4 acres of arable land, for the use of the church of Glapwell, [6 Jan] 2 Henry V

 

[1415]

D187/1/201

Grant by William Base of Glapwell and Joan his wife to Thomas of Glapwell rector of the church of Strelley [Nottinghamshire] and William Jonson of [Stony] Houghton, of 1 messuage in Glapwell with 4 acres of arable land, for the use of the church of Glapwell, Written on paper, contemporary or written in contemporary hand

For original, see D187/1/200

[15th cent]

D187/1/202

Grant by Thomas of Glapwell rector of the church of Strelley and William Jonson of [Stony] Houghton to William Base of Glapwell and Joan his wife and the survivor of them, of 1 messuage and 4 acres in Glapwell, [2 Feb] 2 Henry V

 

[1415]

D187/1/203

Quitclaim by Roger of Hardwick, Ralf of Glapwell and William del Shagh' to Thomas de Wode of Rowthorn of all their rights in 2 acres lying together in the fields of Glapwell and 1½ acres lying together in the fields of Pleasley abutting on the Nottingham road, [23 May] 4 Henry V

 

[1416]

D187/1/204

Grant by Thomas de le Wode of Rowthorn to Richard of Staveley son of Joselin of Staveley of 2 acres in Glapwell and 1½ acres in Pleasley, [13 Jun] 4 Henry V

 

[1416]

D187/1/205

Grant by John Emmeson of Glapwell to Ralf of Glapwell and Ralf of Winkburn [Nottinghamshire] chaplain of 1 toft with 2 adjacent strips in Glapwell 4 or 5 Henry V. The date is either [5 Mar 1417] or [4 Mar 1418]

 

[1417/1418]

D187/1/206

Grant by William Cowper son of John Cowper of Aghton' [? Ayton, Yorkshire] to Ralf Glapwell chaplain and John Hynkersall [Inkersall] of all the lands, tenements, meadows, rents and services which he has in Scarcliffe, [29 Sep] 14 Henry VI

 

[1435]

D187/1/207

Indenture between John Herresoun of Heath and John Halton of Heath, by which John Herresoun granted to John Halton all his lands and tenements in Heath on condition that John Halton and his wife should provide John Herresoun for the rest of his life with daily estovers (food, drink, footwear, clothes of linen and wool, a bed and other necessities) and at his death provide a cow worth 7s as his mortuary, [21 Dec] 18 Henry VI

 

[1439]

D187/1/208

Grant by Henry Pyrpounde knight, Thomas Glapwell rector of the church of Hall Wingfield [? North Wingfield] and Alexander Kygheley to Ralf Glapwell of Glapwell of all the lands etc which they had by the grant of the same Ralf in Glapwell and elsewhere in Derbyshire [18 Oct] 18 Henry VI

 

[1439]

D187/1/209

Quitclaim by Henry Pyrponde knight, Thomas Glapwell rector of the church of Hall Wingfield and Alexander Kygheley to Ralf Glapwell of all their rights in the lands which they granted to him, [27 Mar] 18 Henry VI

 

[1440]

D187/1/210

Grant by William Johnson of Glapwell to John his son of all his lands and tenements in Glapwell and Palterton, [2 Mar] 19 Henry VI. Prayer to St Sebastian for protection against the Plague is endorsed on this grant

 

[1441]

D187/1/211

Grant by Randulf Glapwell to Katherine his wife for her lifetime of a tenement with 2 strips and meadow, which tenement he had by the grant of John Richardson, for which she shall give 12d annually for the fabric of the chapel at Glapwell, with remainder to Thomas Glapwell, parson of the church of Halwynfeld [? North Wingfield] and John "by the Kyrke" parson of the church of Sutton Scarsdale, [11 Jun] 26 Henry VI

 

[1448]

D187/1/212

Record by William Glapwell parson of Heath that he has enfeoffed Thomas Prior of Newstead [Nottinghamshire] William Foljambe parson of Pleasley, Robert Barley the elder, William Woolhouse the younger, Robert Woolhous and William Whitley with all his lands etc in Glapwell and elsewhere in Derbyshire on condition that they carry out his will, ie that he himself shall have all the issues etc during the remainder of his life and after his death William Woolhouse the elder his cousin shall have them, and after his death the fees shall pass to his son William Woolhouse the younger, provided that...

 

[1481]

D187/1/213

Letter of attorney of John Fox of Melbourne authorising Richard Rodyarde chaplain of Holwynfeld [? North Wingfield] to obtain from William Glapwell, rector of Heath, 14 Jan 22 Edward IV

 

[1483]

D187/1/214

Decree of annulment granted by Oliver Blackwall official of the Archdeacon of Nottingham to Agnes Hardwyk alias Wollhous plaintiff on the ground that she and William Wollhous contracted, before she was of marriageable years, a marriage to which she did not assent when she came to marriageable age, 2 Aug

 

1483

D187/1/215

Quitclaim by Elena Hardewyk of Heath and Katherine her daughter to William Wolhows of Glapwell and Alice his wife of all action etc against them, 2 Nov 12 Henry VII

 

[1496]

D187/1/216

Marriage agreement between William Wolhouse and Alice his wife of Glapwell and Hugh Revell of Shirland for a marriage between William's grandson and heir, John Wolhouse and Hugh's niece, Elizabeth, 18 Jan 13 Henry VII

 

[1498]

D187/1/217

Possibly the counterpart marriage agreement between William Wolhouse and Alice his wife of Glapwell and Hugh Revell of Shirland but the handwriting is different, there are many variant readings and the upper edge has been cut straight

 

 

D187/1/218

Grant by William Clark son and heir of William Clark recently deceased, to John Poynton of Newbold and Roger Bageley of Newbold of all his lands etc in Glapwell and Palterton for the use of Elizabeth his wife during her lifetime with remainder to the rightful heirs of William and Elizabeth 10 Jul 16 Henry VIII

 

[1524]

D187/1/219

Writ of Henry VIII to his Escheator in Derbyshire ordering him to take possession of all the lands etc of John Wolhouse gent, lately deceased and make an inquest into the tenure and value of these lands etc and the name and age of the next heir of the same John 9 Jun 35 Henry VIII

 

[1543]

D187/1/220

Grant by Francis Leek of Sutton Scarsdale knight in consideration of the marriage arranged between them, to Simon Leek his bastard son by Maud Dawbeney widow and Elizabeth daughter of Oliver More of Birley [near Beighton] husbandman, of all the messuages, lands etc in Glapwell and Palterton which lie had from William Clark of Chesterfield for the term of their joint lives and the survivor, paying a red rose annually to Francis Leek and his heirs 1 Feb 6 Edward VI

 

[1552]

D187/1/221

Letter of attorney of Francis Leek of Sutton Scarsdale knight appointing James Clarke of North Wingfield yeoman and Godfrey Lache of Chesterfield yeoman to take possession of the lands etc in Glapwell and Palterton which lie had from William Clark of Chesterfield for the term of their joint lives and the survivor, paying a red rose annually to Francis Leek and his heirs and deliver seisin of the same to Simon Leek and Elizabeth More 1 Feb 6 Edward VI

 

[1552]

D187/1/222

Quitclaim by Roger Grenehalgh of Teversall [Nottinghamshire] junior son and heir of Roger Grenehalgh esq, senior to Francis Leek knight of all his rights in all the messuages, lands etc in Glapwell which Francis had by the grant of Roger Grenehalgh senior 27 Jun 7 Edward VI

 

[1553]

D187/1/223

Bond of Roger Grenehalgh esq, of Teversall and Roger Grenhalgh junior his son to Sir Francis Leek of Sutton Scarsdale for £100, to be paid at Michaelmas next, for the sale to Sir Francis Leek of lands etc in Glapwell formerly part of the possessions of the dissolved monastery of Darley and now part of the inheritance of Roger Grenhalgh senior and another tenement in Glapwell, formerly belonging to Thomas Johnson, and now part of the inheritance of Roger Grenhalgh 27 Jun 7 Edward VI

 

[1553]

D187/1/224

Bond by Sir Francis Leek of Sutton Scarsdale to John Wolhouse of Glapwell for £140 (to be paid at next Whitsun) for the observance of the terms of an indenture between them of the same date as this bond, 1 Feb 2 and 3 Philip and Mary

 

[1556]

D187/1/225

Grant by John Wolhouse of Glapwell to Simon Reyner of Darlton [Nottinghamshire] yeoman and Isabel Wolhouse his bastard daughter in consideration of the marriage to take place between them of 4 messuages or tenements in the villages and fields of Glapwell and Palterton, 19 Oct 8 Elizabeth

 

[1566]

D187/1/226

Bond by Simon Rayner of Darlton yeoman to John Alwood of Glapwell husbandman for £50 for the observance of the terms of an indenture between the same Simon Rayner and Isabel his wife and John Alwood bearing the same date as this bond, 20 Sep

 

1581

D187/1/227

Bond of John Allwoode of Glapwell yeoman and Humphrey Smale of Bolsover yeoman to Millicent Woolhowse citizen of London widow for 100 marks for the sale of a messuage and tenement with appurtenances in Glapwell and Palterton, 4 May 32 Elizabeth

 

[1590]

D187/1/228

General release by Simon Rayner of Lincoln yeoman and Isabel his wife to Millicent Wolhowse of London widow, 8 Nov

 

1599

D187/1/229

Receipt given by Thomas Hardwicke to Thomas Woolehouse of Glapwell for £9 for the use of Mrs Mary Fisher of London, 12 Aug

 

1685

D187/1/230

Assessment for a fifteenth relating to Glapwell and Rowthorn persons assessed Ralf of Glapwell, John son of Roger, Hugh of Kirtlington, Richard son of Hugh, Avota widow of Simon de Bateley, Henry Frankeleyn, Henry Kyng, Robert Reynald, William le Turnoui, Andrew of Routhorn, Nicholas Kyng, Avice widow of James the reeve, Henry son of Robert

 

[1301]

D187/1/230-231

Tax assessments

 

 

D187/1/231

Assessment for a quarter of a fifteenth in the county of Derby. Covers Derbyshire east of the Derwent: except for Derby, no place in the south or west of the county is included. [Possibly Ralf of Glapwell was collector of the tax for Derby and the wapentake of Scarsdale]

 

[1432 or 1433]

D187/1/232

Grant by Robert son of Thomas de Welleron to Richard son of Roger clerk, for his lifetime, of the tenement in Misterton (Nottinghamshire) which his father granted to the same Richard

 

[early 14th cent]

D187/1/232-238

Misterton, Nottinghamshire deeds

 

 

D187/1/233

Quitclaim by Robert de Welton to Richard of Misterton (Nottinghamshire) chaplain of his rights in 1 messuage and a half bovate which Richard holds of him in Misterton and formerly belonged to Simon son of Henry. Richard and his heirs and assigns shall have the tenement for Richard's lifetime and 15 years after his death, paying annually 1 mark from which they are quit during the 12 years following the making of this quitclaim, for a sum of money paid to Robert [18 May]

 

1315

D187/1/234

Grant by Robert de Welton of Misterton to Thomas the clerk of Misterton of 4 strips of arable and 1 butt of land in Misterton Marsh lying at le Hekke to hold for a term of 12 years from Michaelmas 1324

 

c1324

D187/1/235

Grant to Roger son of Paulinus Doyle of Misterton to Richard son of Hugh le Fouler of Misterton of 3½ strips of his land in Misterton

 

[early 14th cent]

D187/1/236

Quitclaim by Robert de Welton of Misterton to John of Bolingbroke (Lincolnshire) of all his rights in 1 messuage, ½ bovate and 1 strip of land in Misterton which Simon Spencer and Emma his wife had by the grant of the same Robert, and John of Bolingbroke had by the grant of Simon and Emma [29 Sep] 4 Edward III

 

[1330]

D187/1/237

Grant by William son of Robert de Welton of Misterton to John son of Simon Spencer of Misterton and Amicia [Amy] his wife and the survivor of them, of 3 strips, for the lives of John and Amicia [Amy] and 2 years after their deaths, paying to William 3½d annually [12 Mar] 1341

 

[1342]

D187/1/238

Grant by William Smyth and Richard de Ascotte of Misterton to Thomas de Wansefort [?Wansford, Yorkshire] and Alice his wife of 3 strips in the west field of Misterton which they had by the grant of Walter of Selby (Yorkshire) [28 Oct] 7 Richard II

 

[1383]

D187/1/239

Grant by Robert son of Ralf the banner of Rotherham to Robert Pinchobbe of 2 acres in Henelay between the land of Richard de Saham and that of William of Mexborough (Yorkshire) for which he shall pay a rose annually to the grantor and 10d to the chief lord of the fee

 

[temp Henry III]

D187/1/239-246 and D187/2/1

Yorkshire, chiefly Rotherham, deeds

 

 

D187/1/240

Quitclaim by Richard son of Thomas del Bernis to Robert of Sandbeck of Rotherham of an annual rent of 13s 4d which Robert was accustomed to pay him for a toft with buildings in Rotherham, [5 Feb] 1307

 

[1308]

D187/1/241

Acknowledgment by Roger Buldre of Wentworth [Yorkshire] that he is bound to pay to William son of Richard son of Lawrence of Thorp [? Thorpe Hesley, Yorkshire] 10 marks of silver within 10 years ie 1 mark at Easter 1337 and each subsequent year, and for greater security his son Thomas Buldre of Rotherham has been constituted the principal debtor, [24 Aug] 10 Edward III]

 

[1336]

D187/1/242

Quitclaim by Maud Sadelar daughter of Robert Sadelar of Rotherham to Alice de Maddowe widow of John Maddowe, of all her rights in 2 acres and 1 rood[rod] in the fields of Rotherham [?Jul 1339] (endorsed in 17th century)

 

[?1339]

D187/1/243

Grant by John del Wode of Madhowe (not identified) near Rotherham to John Mexborough of Rotherham, of 2 acres and 1 rood[rod] in Rotherham, [26 Feb] 37 Edward III

 

[1363]

D187/1/244

Acknowledgment by John Mexborough son of Simon de Mexborough that he has received from William Wolhous of Rotherham 120 marks for certain messuages in Rotherham, [28 Jun]

 

1391

D187/1/245

Copy of grant by John Mexborough to William Wolhous of 4 messuages in Rotherham [circa 1391]

 

[mid 15th cent]

D187/1/246

Grant by John son of Adam de Mexborough of Rotherham to William Wolhous of Rotherham senior of 1 messuage at Rotherham [8 Mar] 12 Henry IV

 

[1411]

D187/2/1

Gift by Thomas Bacon to John son of Simon of Merkesburgh [Mexborough, Yorkshire] of a toft in ? Rod'ham [Rotherham]. Feast of Saints Simon and Jude 1368

 

1368

D187/2/2

Gift by Gilbert de Wylby rector of Roumersh to Ralph del Wood of Hognaston of 2 acres in the field of Glapwell which Gilbert had of Richard, son of James of Rowthorn, 25 Mar 1362

 

1362

D187/2/2-15

Glapwell

 

 

D187/2/3

Bond in £20 from John Boteler of Hokyrton [Hockerton, Nottinghamshire] to Robert of Glapwell, for John and Agnes his wife to make over the manor of Glapwell to the use of John, son of John and his wife Margaret. Day after the feast of St James the Apostle 29 Edward III

 

[1365]

D187/2/4

Pardon to William Glapwell, son and heir of Ralph Glapwell gent, otherwise called William Glapwell parson of Heath, for all transgressions committed before 30 Sep 11 Edward, 16 Jun 14 Edward

 

[1474]

D187/2/12

?draft inquisition post mortem

Verdict of a jury empannelled to give the antecedents of John Wolhous, son of John, and the lands held by his ancestors, and the age of this John at his accession to the property, temp Henry VIII

 

[1509-1547]

D187/2/13

Survey of the Abbot of Darley's lands in Glapwell giving donors. On reverse partial draft of lease by John Morley of Tibshelf, 8 Jan 35 [?Henry VIII]

 

[1544]

D187/2/14

Award settling the dispute between Roger Grenehalghe of Teversall (county of Nottingham) esq, and his tenants of Rowthorn on the one part, and John Wolhowsse of Glapwell gent on the other, concerning the tenants' common rights in Bramley and Hollin Hall Green, and the Housesteads closes 30 Mar

 

1546

D187/2/15

Two documents fastened together. 1) grant by James Hardwyke of Hardwick esq, to John Wolhous of a rood[rod] of land in the South field of Glapwell, and 2) appointment by James Hardwyke of Hardwick of Richard Kytchyn, vicar of Ault Hucknall, and Robert Clay of Glapwell as his attornies to deliver to John Wolhous the rood[rod] or half acre of land in the South field of Glapwell 14 Jun, 13 Jul 5 Edward VI

 

[1551]

D187/2/16

Bond in 100 marks from William Clarke senior of Chesterfield to Sir Francis Leek to fulfil covenants in indentures made between them, 9 Mar 5 Edward VI

 

[1551]

D187/2/16-22

Glapwell - Leek properties

 

 

D187/2/17

Appointment by Sir Francis Leek of Thomas Whythead, clerk, as his attorney to take possession of two messuages in the fields of Glapwell and Palterton, which he bought from William Clarke senior tanner of Chesterfield, according to a charter made between them on 10 Mar, 11 Mar 5 Edward VI

 

[1551]

D187/2/18

Feoffment from Sir Francis Leek to his illegitimate son Simon Leek, otherwise known as Simon Dawbney, son of Matilda Dawbney, widow, late of Heath, of all the messuages and lands which he recently bought in Glapwell and Palterton from William Clark senior, tanner of Chesterfield. Endorsed with livery of seisin, 11 Mar 5 Edward VI

 

[1551]

D187/2/19

Conveyance by Roger Grenehalghe of Teversall county of Notts. the elder esq, and Roger Grenehalghe of the same the younger of the one part, to Sir Francis Leek of Sutton in Le Dale (Scarsdale) of the other, of all their lands in Glapwell with appurtenances, and all deeds and evidence relating to the same, before Michaelmas next, excepting "leases for years" which have previously been made. Further, they discharge Sir Francis of all arrears of rents due from the premises except the "St John's rent" for the past six years if any should be paid. Sir Francis has paid the Grenehalghes £65.10s.0d...

 

[1553]

D187/2/20

Conveyance by Sir Francis Leek of Sutton in the Dale to John Wolhouse of all the lands in Glapwell which he has purchased from Roger Grenehalgh the elder esq, and Roger Grenehalgh the younger gent; together with all the other lands which he purchased in Glapwell and Palterton from William Clarke the elder, tanner, with all deeds and evidences relating to the property to be held by John Woolhouse without any condition or mortgage. Sir Francis, Dame Elizabeth his wife and Simon Dawbeney otherwise called Simon Leek shall within two years, if requested by John Wolhouse, make any further...

 

[1556]

D187/2/21

Bargain and sale by John Wolhous of Glapwell gent to Henry Allen of Scarcliff, husbandman. Henry has paid John £25, in consideration of which John has sold him all the houses and lands with appurtenances in Glapwell now in the several tenures of Thomas Johnson and Richard Johnson, which John Woolhouse lately bought, together with other property from Sir Francis Leek, and all evidence relating to the property, which he will make over by Michaelmas next. John will arrange for Henry's title to be ratified before Christmas, but Henry will pay the legal fees. Henry will hold his property free...

 

[1556]

D187/2/22

Confirmation of indentures made between John Wolhous and Henry Allen of Scarcliff on 8 Jun 2 and 3 Philip and Mary, an outline of which is here given. Endorsed twice over: "A new deed cancelled"

28 Jul

 

[1556]

D187/2/23

Conveyance by John Woylhowsse of Glapwell gent and Margaret his wife to John Snell of Rotherham, co. Yorks, merchant, and Margaret his wife, for £56 of one messuage, two cottages and a kiln-house in Rotherham, and 3½ acres of land, 19 Mar

 

[1556]

D187/2/23

Rotherham, Yorkshire

 

 

D187/2/24-25

Both parts of conveyance by John Woolhouse of Glapwell gent to Robert Cley of Glapwell husbandman and Emote his wife. The Cleys have paid John Wolhouse £60, in return for which he has sold them the messuage in Glapwell on which they are now living, with its appurtenances, which lately belonged to the monastery of Darley. John Wolhouse will give them all deeds and evidence concerning the land. John Woolhouse further grants them a piece of land in Stubbing, called the Well Head as it is now enclosed, also pannage for 12 of their swine in the woods in the parish of Ault Hucknall called Bramley...

 

[1556]

D187/2/24-33

Glapwell

 

 

D187/2/26

Lease by John Wolehouse of Glapwell gent to Margaret Spalton widow, Roger Spalton and Isabel his wife, all of Glapwell of one tenement in Glapwell, which Margaret now occupies, together with all appurtenances in Rowthorn and Glapwell, for 36 years from Michaelmas last. Annual rent is 28s a year. If any rent is unpaid 14 days after it is due, John may enter and distrain the premises. The Spaltons will keep the premises in good repair, although John allows them to cut down any wood necessary, except oak and ash, from the said lands, 6 Dec

 

[1556]

D187/2/27

Conveyance by Henry Alen of Scarcliff tailor to John Wolhowsse for £20 of two messuages in Glapwell, 24 Jul 2 Elizabeth

 

[1560]

D187/2/28

Bond of Henry Alen of Scarcliffe, tailor, to John Wolhowsse in £40, for the quiet enjoyment of the property Alen sold to Wolhowsse in a deed of the same date, 24 Jul 2 Elizabeth

 

[1560]

D187/2/29

Richard Savege of Stainsby acknowledges receipt of £3.15s.6d. from John Wolhowse in consideration of the "chyldes partes" due to his brothers George and Lawrence. Richard has also received for his brother Lawrence a pair of "?b'ennde Wales" (?) value 20s, 24 Jul 2 Elizabeth

 

[1560]

D187/2/30

Lease by John Wullhowese of Glapwell gent to Margaret his wife of his manor of Glapwell with appurtenances for 21 years from Martinmas last past, paying him an annual rent of £2. John may enter the property if the rent is unpaid. Margaret is responsible for repairs and may use any wood from the estate for these, providing there is no waste. If she dies before the end of 21 years, this lease shall become void the Martinmas after her death, in which case John may enter the property. Endorsed that if Isabel Woolhouse, daughter of John, is not disposed to marry, or does not marry during the...

 

[1564]

D187/2/31-32

Two parts of final concord Easter 4 Elizabeth

 

[1562]

D187/2/33

Exemplification of final concord between John Cley and Emote Wheate plaintiffs, and John Wolhouse gent and Margaret his wife, defendants, concerning a messuage with a garden and orchard and a total of 142 acres of land in Glapwell

15 Apr 4 Elizabeth

 

[1562]

D187/2/34

Jointure granted by John Wolhousse in consideration of the marriage between Simon Rayner of Darlton Nottinghamshire yeoman, and Isabel Woolhouse his bastard daughter. John granted them four messuages with appurtenances lying within the town and fields of Glapwell and Palterton, and in the several occupations of Thomas Awwode, Richard Cantrell, John Peace and Richard Renolde. This property is made over to Simon and Isabel and Isabel's lawful heirs by Simon. If there are no heirs, then the property reverts to John. Endorsed that John delivered seisin of the property on 20 Oct. and another...

 

[1566]

D187/2/34-47

Rayner/Woolhouse marriage

 

 

D187/2/35

Lease by Simon Renar of Darlton Nottinghamshire yeoman and Isabel his wife to Ralph Spalton of Glapwell husbandman in consideration of an unspecified sum of money, of a messuage with appurtenances in Glapwell formerly in the occupation of Margaret Gibbon and now in the occupation of Ralph, for the 21 years immediately following, at a rent of 9s and two capons annually, Ralph is responsible for all repairs except great timber, 11 Nov 17 Elizabeth

 

[1575]

D187/2/36-37

Both parts of final concord between Millicent Wolhouse widow, plaintiff, and Simon Rayner and Isabel his wife, defendants, concerning 4 messuages, 4 cottages, an orchard and 237 acres of land in Glapwell, Palterton, Scarcliff and Pleasley, 3 Feb and Easter 30 Elizabeth

 

[1588]

D187/2/38

Lease by Simon Reyner of Darlton yeoman and Isabel his wife to Thomas Miller, citizen and vintner of London of all their property in Glapwell, Palterton and Scarcliff for 21 years. Thomas will pay Simon and Isabel and Isabel's heirs an annual rent of £3. and be responsible for repairs 4 Feb 30 Elizabeth

 

[1588]

D187/2/39

Assignment of lease by John Allwoode of Glapwell yeoman to Millicent Woollhowse of London widow, reciting that Simon Reyner of Darlton yeoman and Isabel his wife on 20 Sep 23 Elizabeth leased to John Allwood a messuage and tenement then in the tenure of Thomas Allwoode and John Allwood, in Glapwell and Palterton, except one close leased to Ralph Spaulton, for 21 years at a rent of 26s 8d, and now John Allwood, for £45, has assigned the recited lease to Millicent for the remainder of the term. John shall quit the premises before Martinmas next, paying rent then due and leaving everything in...

 

[1590]

D187/2/40

Roger Rayner of Bromesley Nottinghamshire yeoman, one of the children of Simon Rayner formerly of Darlton Nottinghamshire and now of the city of Lincoln, and of Isabel his wife, states that whereas Millicent Woolhouse of London widow was left £100 to use towards the redeeming of two leases granted of lands in Glapwell, the residue for the use of the five children of Simon and Isabel, and whereas Millicent has redeemed the leases and has £48 left over, to be divided into four parts, since one of the five children has since died, Roger now acknowledges that he has received £12 as his share of...

 

1599

D187/2/41

Thomas Rayner, another son of Simon and Isabel, acknowledge a receipt of £12 as in D187/5/78, 8 Nov

 

1599

D187/2/42

Nicholas Harston, upholsterer of Lincoln, acknowledges receipt of his wife Katherine's £12 share 8 Nov

 

1599

D187/2/43

Augustine Rayner acknowledges receipt of his £12 share in similar terms to the other receipts 8 Nov

 

[1599]

D187/2/44

Lease by John and Margaret Woollehouse to Thomas Alwood of Glapwell husbandman, Elizabeth his wife and John his son, of a messuage within the lordships of Glapwell and Palterton and the land belonging to the messuage in the tenure of Thomas, for a term of 21 years immediately following, at a rent of 26s 8d yearly. The Allwoods are responsible for repairs, except for "great timber"

6 Mar 9 Elizabeth

 

[1567]

D187/2/45

Lease by John Wholehowse of Glapwell gent to Alice Samson, widow, of Glapwell and John Samson her son, for their lives of a messuage in Glapwell previously held by John Spalton and a close at Stockley Lane formerly held by Richard Samson and now by Alice. If Alice remarries, she may occupy the land till John is 20, when he may enjoy the land. If John dies during her lifetime, Alice will pay John Woolhouse 21s yearly.

Endorsements: (a) that it was void because it was made after John Woolhouse had sold (b) that possession was taken on 16 Dec 1567 by Thomas Clay - attorney of John Woolhouse...

 

[1567]

D187/2/46

Final concord between Thomas Walker and Richard Horner, plaintiffs, and John Woolhowse gent defendant, concerning the manor of Glapwell, 3 messuages, 4 cottages, a horse mill, a dovecote, 8 gardens, 8 orchards, 560 acres of land, 20 acres of wood and 1000 acres of heath and a rent of 4 capons, in Glapwell, Palterton and Rowthorn. Easter 9 Elizabeth

 

[1567]

D187/2/47

Release by Thomas Walker of London vintner and Richard Horner of London merchant-taylor to Anthony Woolhowse of London haberdasher of all their title and interest in the manor of Glapwell and in three messuages and four cottages in the several occupations of Roger Spowton, Nicholas Braylisforthe, Alice Samson widow, Henry Wyndle, John Grensmith, Richard Padley and Richard Marples and in a horse mill in the tenure of Agnes Johnson widow, and the customary services, rent and capons from the tenement of John Cley in Glapwell; all the lands in Palterton now or recently occupied by Henry Wyndle...

 

[1570]

D187/2/48

Conveyance by John Heath of Palterton, yeoman, Thomas Bacon of Palterton yeoman and Ralph Grene of Scarcliff yeoman to Oliver Wheat of Glapwell yeoman, in return for £24, of a close of wood called the Greve, in Palterton in the parish of Scarcliffe, containing about seven acres, now in the tenure of the said Oliver Wheat and formerly the inheritance of Jasper Worth Esq,. together with all evidence and deeds relating to the same, to be delivered before Easter next 14 Jul 9 Elizabeth

 

[1567]

D187/2/48-68

Glapwell, Palterton, and Millicent Woolhouse

 

 

D187/2/49

Conveyance by John Heath of Palterton yeoman, Thomas Bacon of Palterton yeoman, and Ralph Grene of Scarcliff yeoman, in consideration of £24, to Oliver Wheat of Glapwell yeoman, of an enclosure of wood called the Greve, containing 7 acres and now in the occupation of the said Oliver and previously the inheritance of Jasper Worth esq,. Memorandum of livery of seisin, 20 Sep 9 Elizabeth

 

[1567]

D187/2/50

Lease by John Cley of Hardwick in the parish of Ault Hucknall yeoman to Oliver Wheat of Glapwell yeoman of a close of wood called the Greve in Palterton in the parish of Scarcliffe, containing about 7 acres and now or recently in the occupation of Oliver Wheat, and previously the inheritance of Jasper Worth esq,. for the life of Oliver. 23 Sep 14 Elizabeth, Memorandum of livery of seisin

 

[1572]

D187/2/51

Confirmation by John Cley of Crich gent., in return for £600 (?) of conveyance to Anthony Wolhouse, citizen and haberdasher of London, and Millicent his wife on 1 Apr, of one plot of land called the Well Head with appurtenances in Glapwell, and all that messuage with lands and services which was conveyed by John Wolhouse to Robert Cley of Glapwell and Emote his wife, and a close of wood called the Greve in Palterton in the parish of Scarcliff, and all his messuages and lands in Glapwell and Palterton, 7 Apr 27 Elizabeth

 

[1585]

D187/2/52

Final concord between Anthony Wolhouse and Millicent his wife plaintiffs, and John Cley, defendant, concerning two messuages and land in Glapwell and Palterton, Easter 27 Elizabeth

 

[1585]

D187/2/53

Release by John Cley of Crich gent to Anthony Wolhouse citizen and haberdasher of London, and Millicent his wife, of all claims and actions which have been made against them by John or in his name, 8 Jul 27 Elizabeth

 

[1585]

D187/2/54-55

Both parts of final concord between Anthony Wolhouse and Millicent his wife, plaintiffs, and John Cley defendant, concerning 2 messuages and land in Glapwell and Palterton.

Michaelmas 28 Elizabeth

 

[1586]

D187/2/56

Recovery in Trinity Term. Robert Spencer esq,. and William Sone had claimed from Anthony Wolhouse and Millicent his wife two messuages and land in Glapwell and Palterton Robert and William also claimed against John Cley.

5 Jul 29 Elizabeth

 

[1587]

D187/2/57

Memorandum relating to payment to Pleasley Manor in respect of a messuage in Glapwell now held by the Wolhouses (details of history given). The occupiers of the premises are said also to have done suit and service to Peverell Fee.

 

[late 16th cent]

D187/2/58

Memorandum of entry by Anthony Wolhouse, citizen and haberdasher of London, and Millicent his wife, in her right, into two messuages in Little Eastcheap in London, lately in the tenure of John Sturley gent., in the name of all the property which Millicent claims in London under the last will of John Sturley her father, 25 Oct 24 Elizabeth

 

[1582]

D187/2/59

Bond in Statute Staple from Nicholas Wolhowse of London Esq,., to Millicent Wolhowse of London widow, in £2,000, due on the Feast of St. James the Apostle next, 15 Jun 30 Elizabeth

 

[1588]

D187/2/60

Agreement between Nicholas Wolhowse of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex gent., and Millicent Wolhowse of London, widow, mother of Nicholas. In consideration of a yearly annuity of £40 granted him by his mother, from the rents of her property in Derbyshire and because she has paid off his debts to others, Nicholas sells to his mother and her heirs all the manor of Glapwell with appurtenances, including property leased to Roger Spawton, Nicholas Brailsforth, Alice Sampson widow, Henry Wyndle, John Greenesmith, Richard Padleye and Richard Marples and all his land in Palterton occupied by Henry Windle...

 

[1589]

D187/2/61

Final Concord between Millicent Wolhowse widow, plaintiff, and Nicholas Wolhowse, defendant, concerning property (specified) in Glapwell, Palterton, Rowthorn, Scarcliff and Pleasley. Millicent gave Nicholas £500, Easter 31 Elizabeth

 

[1589]

D187/2/62

Conveyance by Millicent Wolhouse widow, and William Sone of London grocer, to Edward Wandles of Durham, of the chapel of (Hooton) [?Houghton or Haughton], with a ruined cottage and a garden in the parish of Hesleden in the bishopric of Durham, recently held by Thomas Chilton and now by Richard Johnson, by lease to Richard by the Crown, 15 May 25 Elizabeth, for 21 years at an annual rent of 2s 8d.; burgage in Fleshergate in Durham, formerly held by John Wall and now by Thomas Wilson, lately chantry of Saints John the Baptist and John the Evangelist in the church of Saint Nicholas in the...

 

[1591]

D187/2/63

Assignment reciting that John Claye late of Hardwick yeoman by deed of 23 Sep 14 Elizabeth, granted to Oliver Wheat of Crich yeoman, and late of Glapwell, a close called the Greve in Palterton in the parish of Scarcliffe, (seven acres), formerly the inheritance of Jasper Worth esq., to hold for life, paying annually one red rose as rent. Now, in consideration of £21 paid him by Millicent Woolhouse, gentlewoman and widow of London, Oliver has set over to her all his interest in the property, 7 Oct

 

1591

D187/2/64

Letters patent of pardon to Anthony Wolhouse and Millicent his wife who in Michaelmas Term 28 Elizabeth made a fine with John Cley concerning 2 messuages, a garden, an orchard and 177 acres of land in Glapwell and Palterton, which are held in chief; this alienation was made without licence, but the property is confirmed to them, 11 Feb 34 Elizabeth

 

[1592]

D187/2/65

Letters patent of pardon reciting that Anthony Wolhowse, deceased, was seised during his lifetime of 2 messuages, a garden, an orchard, a plot of land called the Greve and 177 acres of land in Glapwell and Palterton and declared in his last will dated 1 Aug 29 Elizabeth [1587] that he left everything including his land in Glapwell and Palterton to Millicent his wife.

This property is held in chief, and after his death, Millicent entered it, by reason of his will but without licence, 21 Apr 34 Elizabeth

 

[1592]

D187/2/66

Letters patent of pardon to Millicent Wolhowse, widow, who in Easter Term, 31 Elizabeth, acquired the inheritance of Nicholas Woolhouse, including 2 messuages, a garden, an orchard and 177 acres of land in Glapwell and Palterton, which are held in chief and which alienation was made without licence, 29 May 34 Elizabeth

 

[1592]

D187/2/67

Inspeximus tracing the rights of Millicent Woolhouse (Wollys) to Glapwell through her predecessors, beginning with Roger Somervill and Robert de Glapwell, 12 Feb 37 Elizabeth

 

[1595]

D187/2/68

Arbitration between Elizabeth countess of Shrewsbury and Millicent Woolhouse of Mitcham (Surrey) widow, to end the controversy between them and their tenants in Glapwell and Rowthorn over two closes called the Hallin Hawes adjoining Stainsby Park. The countess and her tenants claimed common rights there from 1 Aug to 25 Mar following, annually. After examining witnesses on both sides, the arbitrators conclude that Mrs Woolhouse and her heirs shall hold the land free of "commoning" but shall pay the countess and her heirs 5s yearly. To be ratified by indenture within six months, 10 Jun

 

1595

D187/2/69

Arbitration between Harry Pierpoynt of Holme, Nottinghamshire and Millicent Woolhouse widow of Anthony Woolhouse, citizen and haberdasher of London, and Robert Woolhouse, son and heir of the late Anthony, concerning Pierpoynt's claim for 8s 4d rent annually for lands in Glapwell and Palterton which the Woolhouses have disputed and which they are to pay, 1 Mar

 

1600

D187/2/69-75

Robert Woolhouse

 

 

D187/2/70

Pardon to Robert Woolhouse of Glapwell Esq., for all crimes of lese majesty, rebellion, and conspiracy committed before 20 Mar 45 Elizabeth, or any homicides, felonies or robberies etc

7 May 2 James

 

[1604]

D187/2/71

Undertaking by Robert Wolhowse, son and next heir of the late Millicent Woolhouse relating to livery out of Court of Wards of all the property Robert inherited from Millicent witnessing that Robert has this day delivered a complete list of all his property and its value; he will pay for the services of a surveyor nominated by the Crown to value this property. If Robert is found to have withheld or undervalued any property on the list, he shall pay double one year's rent of any falsified entry. He promises not to molest any life tenants by reason of jointure. With extent of property which...

 

1605

D187/2/72

Mandate to the Escheators in Derby for Robert Woolhowse esq. to enter the property which came to him on his mother's death on payment of ½ a mark, due at the hanaper on 2 Feb next, giving details of the property, tenants, date of Millicent Woolhouse's death etc., 10 May

 

1606

D187/2/73

Copy of a patent for a coat of arms requested of Glapwell. Details are given and the crest is illustrated. The coat of arms is granted in retrospect to Anthony and his descendants. An endorsement says that this is a copy of the original, taken out by Sarah daughter of Anthony Woolhouse, and wife of George Smythes Alderman of London, deceased, and now the wife of Sir Arthur Savage, 17 Aug 1611. See CD/149

 

1611

D187/2/74

Appointment by Robert Woolhouse of Glapwell esq, of Robert Brensforde of Glapwell as his attorney for his Glapwell lands in the honour of Peverell, 13 Oct

 

1619

D187/2/75

Robert Woolhouse's letter to his son Thomas "at his house in Blasford" asking him to contact Mr Fletcher, who will explain to Thomas the details of the small provision Robert has been able to make for Thomas's brothers and sisters and he hopes Thomas will keep this agreement. He hopes "my daughter and the children" are all well and that Mr Fletcher will have "the writings" ready for sealing on St Thomas's day before Christmas 29 Nov

 

1620

D187/2/76

Licence to Thomas Woolhouse esq to alienate his manor of Glapwell and other property in Glapwell, Scarcliff, Palterton, Pleasley and Hucknall or Durtie Hucknall, his manor of Cannonhall and other lands in Cannonhall, Wanstead and West Ham in Essex, which he holds in chief, to John Mason and John Stanton to hold of the King, 1 Apr 10 Charles I

Enrolled in the Treasury Michaelmas Term 10 Charles I

 

[1634]

D187/2/76-82

Thomas Woolhouse 1634-1655

 

 

D187/2/77

Conveyance by Thomas Woolhouse esq to John Mason of Nottingham gent and John Stanton of Culworth, Northamptonshire gent, of the Manor of Glapwell, 19 Apr 10 Charles I

Enrolled in Chancery 17 May

 

[1634]

D187/2/78

Receipt by Samuel Harsnett esq executor of the will of Samuel archbishop of York from Thomas Woolhouse for £85 in satisfaction of an Exchequer decree of 19 Oct, in a case between Harsnett and Woolhouse, and costs, 10 May

 

1636

D187/2/79

licence to Thomas Woolhouse to hold the property which his late father held in chief by military service on the day he died, 16 Jul 15 Charles I

 

[1639]

D187/2/80

Conveyance by Thomas Woolhouse of Glapwell esq to John Cowper of Biggin in Tibshelf yeoman for 30s, of 1 acre 3 roods[rods] of land in the field of Pleasley, abutting upon the Long Hedge, and pasture for 40 sheep in Sherbrooke Moore, Pleasley, 26 Jun

 

1641

D187/2/81

Exchange between William Earl of Devonshire and Thomas Woolhouse of Glapwell esq and his son Thomas, of small properties in Glapwell, 20 Oct

 

1652

D187/2/82

Settlement made by Thomas Woolhouse of Glapwell esq to make a jointure for his wife Anne and to provide portions for his children Bartholomew, Elizabeth, Barbara and Sarah, enfeoffing George Sitwell of Renishaw esq, and Samuel Goodwin of Little Eaton gent of property in Glapwell, Ault Hucknall and Scarcliff (details given) including coal pits, to the use of Woolhouse during his life, then of Anne and after her death, of the children with reversion to Thomas's right heirs, 20 Jul

 

1655

D187/2/83

Lease for 950 years from James Chadwick of Nottingham esq to Thomas Woohouse of Glapwell esq for £1,500, of capital messuage in Wheelwright Gate, the Chiefe Tylehouse and properties called Cockains lands (with further details) in Nottingham, 6 closes (named) in Hinging [Ault] Hucknall, messuages etc in Red Lyon Alley in the Trinity Minories, Middlesex and ½ manor of Awgher in County Tyrone, Ireland, at annual rent of 5s and grant of all real and personal estate, except apparel, books, horses and furniture, 9 Aug

 

1658

D187/2/83-109

Marriage of James Chadwick and Elizabeth Woolhouse

 

 

D187/2/84

Release by James Chadwick as above to Thomas Woollhouse as above and Thomas Urmston of Nottingham gent for £550, of the nether manor of Woodborough, messuages, lands etc in and near Nottingham including the Cheife Tyle house, all in Nottinghamshire, 2 Jul

 

1659

D187/2/85

Letter from Colonel James Chadwicke to his "father" Thomas Woolhouse at Glapwell: he is enclosing draft of items to be put into [marriage] articles, has called a meeting of his relations and explained those advantageous to Woolhouse and which relate to the portion of Chadwick's "dear phisition" [Thomas's daughter Elizabeth]

12 Oct

 

1659

D187/2/86

Covenant by Thomas Woollhouse, to provide a marriage portion for his daughter Elizabeth now James Chadwick's wife, that he will stand seised of named lands in Hanging Hucknall to the sole use of James and Elizabeth for their lives, then to the use of James's heirs for ever, 20 Nov

Endorsed that this is a copy and probably forged, giving reasons

 

?1659

D187/2/87

Pre-nuptial articles of agreement between James Chadwicke and Thomas Woollhouse the elder, in consideration of James' and Elizabeth Woollhouse's intended marriage and of her marriage portion in lands and money in a deed of the day following, James will stand seised of properties including the nether manor of Woodborough, the Cheife Tyle house, 2 tenements in Nottingham (details given) lands in the sand Field, Cow Poole Close, and ½ the manor of Awgher and Spurr Royall, County Tyrone, Ireland, to uses (details given) and Woollhouse agrees to convey the inheritance of lands in Hinging...

 

1659

D187/2/88

Declaration that 5s only is paid by Thomas Woollhouse to James Chadwicke under deed of 22 Nov 1659, 23 Nov

 

1659

D187/2/89

Covenant made between 1) James Chadwicke 2) Thomas Woollhouse and 3) Frances Molineux of Mansfield (Nottinghamshire) esq, Francis Barker of Norton Lees Hall, Norton gent and Samual Goodwin of Derby gent, in consideration of agreement of 22 Nov 1659 and jointure to be made by Chadwicke for his wife Elizabeth, Chadwicke would hold the properties as in agreement of 22 Nov 1659 to the use of 3) named above for 500 years for the uses of the agreement and when these are fulfilled the term will cease and the use of the property revert to James and Elizabeth for their lives, then their joint heirs...

 

1659

D187/2/90

Copy of mortgage by lease for 1,000 years by James and Elizabeth Chadwick of Nottingham and Daniel Chadwick of Tollerton Nottinghamshire clerk, a son of James, to Richard Slater of Nuthall, Nottinghamshire esq, for £400, of capital messuage in Wheelwright Gate, the Chief Tile House, other properties in Nottingham called Cockaines Lands, 6 (named) closes in Hinging [Ault] Hucknall. (24 May 1662)

Endorsed that this is a true copy of the deed, made for Thomas Woolhouse's reference in defending his right to the 6 closes in Hanging Hucknall

 

[17th century]

D187/2/91

Receipt from James and Daniel Chadwick for £400 paid to them by Richard Slater, 24 May

 

1662

D187/2/92

Final concord between Richard Slater plaintiff and James, Elizabeth and Daniel Chadwick defendants concerning 3 messuages and other property in Nottingham, Michaelmas 14 Charles II

 

[1662]

D187/2/93

Final concord by James Chadwicke of Glapwell esq, Francis Molineux, Francis Barker and Samuel Goodwin to Richard Slater of Nuthall, Nottingham concerning lands in Hinging [Ault] Hucknall, Michaelmas, 14 Charles II

 

[1662]

D187/2/94

Release by James Chadwicke of Glapwell esq, Francis Molineux, Francis Barker and Samuel Goodwin to Richard Slater of Nuthall, Nottingham of remainder of mortgage term of 1,000 years, to further secure the sum of £400 and interest to Slater, 1 Mar 1665

 

[1666]

D187/2/95

Copy of grant by Thomas Woolhouse of Glapwell, in consideration of the marriage of Elizabeth and James Chadwick, that he will stand seised of a cottage in Hanging [Ault] Hucknall lately built by Thomas Tetley on waste ground in Glapwell and in his possession, to the use of James and Elizabeth and their joint heirs, 24 Feb 1667

 

[1668]

D187/2/96

Letter from Daniel Chadwick to his "uncle" Mr Woolhouse at Glapwell: provided that Mr Slater's just debt may be settled, he will agree with whatever action Woolhouse suggests as he is anxious to clear his later father's name, 15 Sep

 

1674

D187/2/97

Letter from Samuel Goodwin to his cousin [T Woolhouse] giving Mr Bateman's opinion of the law suit relating to property settled on Elizabeth Chadwick, née Woolhouse, that at the most Slater could claim only 2/3 of it and possibly none, 19 Sep

Endorsed with summary of points in the case

 

1674

D187/2/98

Hugh Bateman's opinion in law suit relating to property settled on Elizabeth Chadwick, née Woolhouse, 23 Oct

 

1674

D187/2/99-106

Correspondence and other papers relating to law suit, including letter from Francis Barker expressing pleasure that the case is to be determined by arbitration

 

1674-1675

D187/2/107

Release by Richard Slater of Nuthall Nottinghamshire esq and Daniel Chadwick of Arnold, Nottinghamshire clerk to Elizabeth Woolhouse of Glapwell spinster, for £60, of 6 named closes in Hinging [Ault] Hucknall, for remainder of 1,000 year term, in trust for her father Thomas, for the term to attend Thomas's inheritance of the property, 8 Mar 1674

 

[1675]

D187/2/108

Quitclaim by Daniel Chadwick as above to Thomas Woolhouse to all rights in 6 named closes in Hinging [Ault] Hucknall, 8 Mar 1674

 

[1675]

D187/2/109

Account of legal services addressed to Thomas Woolhouse at Glapwell

 

[late 17th century]

D187/2/110

Copy of the will of Thomas Woolhouse of Glapwell esq (22 Jan 1667 [1668])

Refers to property in Bolsover, specified household items including books and music, lands in Ault Hucknall and Scarcliff, son Thomas, daughters Elizabeth, Barbara or Barbary and Sarah, James Chadwick (Elizabeth's husband), sons Anthony and Bartholomew; refers to Elizabeth's care of her father since his wife's death

Executrixes are Thomas's 3 daughters and supervisors of the will Francis Barker and Samuel Goodwin

With note that Woolhouse died 28 Feb 1667 [1668]

22 Jan [1668]

D187/2/110-112

Will of Thomas Woolhouse (d 1668)

 

 

D187/2/111

Copy of [?probate] inventory of "Mr Woolhouse's" goods (includes rental)

 

[?1668]

D187/2/112

Release by Bartholomew Woolhouse, for 50s, to Francis Barker of Norton Lees Hall and George Linacre of Derby woollendraper for the term of his life, of the use of his share of the property, 3 Dec

 

1673

D187/2/113

Bargain and sale to lead the uses of a recovery made between 1) Thomas Woolhouse of Glapwell esq 2) Richard Jackson and Jeremiah Fisher, both citizens of London and 3) Robert Durant of Sheffield clerk and Richard Paramour of Sheffield cutler, by which Woolhouse conveyed his land in Bolsover to Jackson and Fisher in order that they might suffer a recovery to Durant and Paramour, to the use of Woolhouse, his heirs and assigns for ever 23 Feb 1676

 

[1677]

D187/2/113-121

Late 17th century - 1701

 

 

D187/2/114

Recovery concerning lands in Glapwell, Offerton, Ripley and Bolsover, with Thomas Woolhouse esq as vouchee, 28 May 29 Charles II

Endorsed that this is made in connection with Woolhouse's marriage to Sarah Oldfield

 

[1677]

D187/2/115

Final concord between Andrew Clayton gent and William Cartledge gent complainants and Thomas Woolhouse, William Johnson and wife Sara, George Urton and wife Magdalena defendants concerning 2 messuages, 180 acres of land, 12 of meadow, 40 of pasture and 26 of wood and common of pasture in Barlborough, Clowne, Norton, Lightwood, Hucknall and Scarcliffe; Clayton and Cartledge have given the defendants £260. Purification of Mary 36 Charles II

 

[1684]

D187/2/116

Directions from Thomas Woolhouse to his daughter Elizabeth his executrix, with reference to his will of 14 Sep 1696: she is to maintain Nonconformist worship at Glapwell as he has done, at least until the law allows them to exercise their ministry and to receive parish maintenance. For this reason he has bequeathed Elizabeth his real and personal estate and she is to pay the minister 6s each Sunday. Thomas's grandson Thomas Hallow is his heir under this will on the understanding that he will provide Nonconformist worship, giving 6s after preaching made up to 8s on each Lord's Day if others...

 

1696

D187/2/117

Will of Thomas Woolhouse

Personal bequests to neighbours and relatives including son in law Samuel Hallowes, brother Bartholomew, sisters Dobb and Birds, late brother Anthony's grandchild Mary Clare; portions to daughter Elizabeth's younger children; Elizabeth named executor and to have Thomas's real and personal estate which reverts to her son Thomas on her death.

Anthony's eldest son Thomas Woolhouse, wife and children receive bequests provided they give up claims to the estate

Bequest of 10s to each nonconforming minster that has preached in his house at Glapwell within the year. The...

 

1698

D187/2/118

Copy Bequest of 10s to each nonconforming minster that has preached in his house at Glapwell within the year. The estate is to go to grandson Thomas Hallowes, who must have a guardian not his father, for reasons which Thomas declines to state. Elizabeth and her son Thomas are to maintain strict worship

Francis Molyneux is named supervisor

For original, see D187/2/117

1698

D187/2/119

Release by Thomas, son of Anthony Woolhouse of Dublin deceased, to Samuel Hallowes of Glapwell and wife Elizabeth, in consideration of £10 bequeathed to him and of bequests to his wife and child under the will of his late uncle Thomas Woolhouse, of the manor of Glapwell, capital messuage and lands in Glapwell, Bolsover, Ault Hucknall and Scarcliffe of which they are possessed and property in these places of which Bartholomew Woolhouse, Sara Bird and Barbara Dobb widow are possessed, 17 Aug

Endorsed Lieutenant Woolhouse's release ..."

 

1699

D187/2/120

Receipts from Thomas Woolhouse for £10 bequeathed to his wife and for £20 bequeathed to his daughter Frances now at Dublin, by Thomas Woolhouse, 21 Apr and 10 May

 

1701

D187/2/121

Frances Woolhouse's receipt for the money her "uncle" left her, which her father put out [invested] and more to it

 

circa 1701

D187/3

Woolhouse family - manorial and estate

 

 

D187/3/1

Glapwell Manor: Court roll, lord of the manor John Wolhouse gent 31 Mar 3 and 4 Philip and Mary - Nov 4 and 5 Philip and Mary [1557-1558]

 

[1557-1558]

D187/3/1-11

Glapwell manor

 

[1557-1578]

D187/3/2

Glapwell Manor: Court roll for the great court of Anthony Woolhouse gent 18 Jul 20 Elizabeth [1578]

 

[1578]

D187/3/3

Glapwell Manor: Charge to the jurors and their answers 18 Jul 20 Elizabeth [1578]

 

[1578]

D187/3/4

Glapwell Manor: Torn and undated notes apparently made by Anthony Woolhouse regarding rents paid by various Glapwell tenants, lands enclosed and unenclosed, and potential rents from these holdings, and the tenants' evidence on their property.

On the last page of the double sheet are two memoranda of entry made by Anthony Woolhouse into lands previously belonging to his brother John

 

[c1570]-1580

D187/3/5

Glapwell Manor: Rental [Glapwell], Martinmas [11 Nov]

 

1580

D187/3/6

Glapwell Manor: `General survey of the Glapwell Estate' (title on cover) and comprising: brief survey of Glapwell (666 acres) holdings of Sir Francis Leeke and James Hardwick

"Perambulation" of Glapwell manor and town by the tenants, giving tenants' names, location of holdings, acreages, with some rents, and including lists of strips in the open fields, 12 Jul 1578 (folios 1-16)

Lists of evidences [deeds] relating to lands in Glapwell [13-16th century]

Bounds of Tickell [Tickhill] fee in Glapwell, walked 26 Sep 1581 (folio 20)

Copy of rental of William Wilhouse from the back of a writ...

 

1633

D187/3/7

Glapwell Manor: Lease by Thomas Woolhouse of Glapwell gent to Maximilian Needham of Glapwell husbandman, of mansion house in Glapwell and named lands in Glapwell and parish of Bolsover and (Hanging) Hucknall for 21 years, rent £27 10s per annum of which £15 10s is for the Bolsover property, 2 capons and 2 hens annually. Woolhouse may enter the property to gather coal and wood provided he does not damage crops and Needham may gather up to 20 loads of limestone annually from the property, 21 Mar 1656/7

 

[1657]

D187/3/8,9

Glapwell Manor: Both parts of lease by Thomas Woolhouse of Glapwell esq to Thomas Tetley of Glapwell mason and his wife Alice, of Woodclose in Glapwell adjoining common of Stockley (26 acres) for their lives, rent £9; Woolhouse is to find Tetleys limestone on Stubbin Hill for building or manuring the close; if they build a house on the premises they will pay 2 capons and 2 hens annually, 25 Mar

 

1664

D187/3/10

Glapwell Manor: Agreement between John Dobb of Pilsley junior gent and Maximilian Needham of Glapwell husbandman, that Needham may reap his wheat in Brown Close, Hanging

Hucknall and hold the Close until Michaelmas [1673], Dobb acknowledging receipt of rent due to the end of the term, provided that Needham pays 2s 6d for the Duke of Devonshire and leaves the rest of his farm, held of Dobb, at Lady Day next [25 Mar 1673], 18 Dec

 

1672

D187/3/11

Glapwell Manor: Lease in reversion by Thomas Woolhouse of Glapwell esq to Humphrey Hay of Heath, of Bramley Wood, Clay Meadow and Jepsons Close in Ault Hucknall and Glapwell, for as many years after Sarah Bird's death as "shall want of" 21 years from the date of this lease, reciting that the premises had been leased to Margaret Hay of Heath widow and her son Humphrey for the lives of Sarah, Margaret and Humphrey, but that the property belonged to Woolhouse who had the right to re-enter the premises on Sarah's death. Rent £17 10s, 2 capons and 2 hens per annum, 25 Mar

 

1695

D187/3/12

T Long's receipt to "Mr Woolhouse" for £2 and acknowledging a total of £3 received on 2 other occasions as well, making £5 in all, 21 May

 

1622

D187/3/12-15

Miscellaneous items

 

 

D187/3/13

Cancelled bond in £300 from Thomas Woolhouse to Charles Leeke of Normanton in Southwell, Nottinghamshire 22 Sep

 

1647

D187/3/14

Letter from T W to unnamed person explaining his financial position and asking for a loan of £350 at 5%, 31 May

 

1694

D187/3/15

Bond in £90 from Thomas Woolhouse of Glapwell to George Linacre of Derby, gent, for the payment of £45 and interest at 5% on 4 Dec 1696, 4 Dec

 

1695

D187/4

Woolhouse family - personal papers

 

 

D187/4/1

Barbara Woolhouse

 

 

D187/4/1/1

Testimony by Barbary [Barbara] Woolhouse and Humfrey Tounge relating to Thurston Radford's promise to provide for Sarah Woolhouse if she married his son Francis and the latter's attempts to persuade Sarah to elope. Dated after the marriage and the death of Francis.

 

[1665-1670]

D187/4/2

Thomas Woolhouse's accounts, principally relating to transactions on behalf of his brother Bartholomew and his wife

 

1686-1688

D187/4/2-8

Bartholomew Woolhouse

 

 

D187/4/3

Receipt from Ralph Clary to Bartholomew Woolhouse for 19s 4½d, 26 Sep

 

1688

D187/4/4

Account between Bartholomew and Thomas Woolhouse from 2 Sep 1687, 25 Mar

 

1689

D187/4/5

Bill paid on behalf of Bartholomew to Adam Limb, 6 Jul

 

1689

D187/4/6

Account between Bartholomew and Thomas Woolhouse for circa 6 months of 1689 [circa 26 Nov]

 

1689

D187/4/7

Thomas Woolhouse's accounts, Dec

 

1689

D187/4/8

Bill from Adam Limb for 8s 9½d for tailoring materials, paid by Thomas on behalf of Bartholomew Woolhouse

 

circa 1689

D187/4/9

Indented extract for the second payment of the subsidy granted to the Queen by Parliament 23 Elizabeth, with names of everyone chargeable. Made by George, Earl of Shrewsbury, John Manners and Anthony Gell esqs, commissioners in the Hundred of High Peak. They have delivered half the extract to John Parker Esq., high collector in the hundred, to receive it from Francis Barcker gent., subcollector in the hundred, and they send the other half to the Court of the Exchequer. The name of each contributor is given, and a note of whether the sum is payable on goods or lands. Most people paid 3...

 

[c1581]

D187/4/9-19

Public office

 

 

D187/4/10

Receipt given to the accredited collectors of the subsidy for the Hundred of Scarsdale and High Peak with the wapentake of Wirksworth, Robert Newton and John Parker, 19 Nov 25 Elizabeth

 

[1582]

D187/4/11

Forced loan assessment addressed to Robert Woolhouse of Glapwell gent towards fortifications in Ireland, in sum of £13 6s 8d with promise to repay within 18 months of collection. The sum should be paid to Sir Peter Frechevile within 12 days of the receipt of the assessment and Robert should retain this Privy Seal assessment together with the collector's receipt as warrant for repayment. Receipted for payment 4 Feb 1611 [1612] and endorsed that the money is payable at Chesterfield on 20 Jan 1611 [1612] 10 Dec 9 James I

 

[1611]

D187/4/12

Receipts to Thomas Woolhouse for subsidy collected for the Hundred of Bingham and Broxtowe, (Nottinghamshire), May/Jun

 

1625

D187/4/13

Acknowledgment by James Chadwick that all debts between him and Mr Woolhouse are discharged but Mr Woolhouse is to deliver in Chadwick's counterbond to save Woolhouse harmless from a debt due to Mr Alton and to give Chadwick a counterbond to save Chadwick harmless from a bond in which he with others is bound to the King that Woolhouse shall newly account for and pay the Chantry rents and pay Alton's bond of £20, 6 Jun

 

1629

D187/4/14-15

Quittance of Thomas Woolhouse from a Statute Staple in which he was bound to James Chadwick and William Gregory both of Nottingham, gents, for £400, 28 Jan 1639/40, with copy

 

[1640]

D187/4/16

Receipt to Thomas Woolhouse for the subsidy for the Hundred of Scarsdale and High Peak 1641-1642

 

1640s

D187/4/17

Quittance from the Barons of the Exchequer to Thomas Woolhouse gent, relating to payment of £98 15s 1d as collector for the Chantry Rents in Nottinghamshire in 19 and 20th years of Charles [1643-1645], 17 Feb 1658/9

 

[1659]

D187/4/18

Lease by James Chadwicke of Nottingham to his father in law Thomas Woollhouse of Glapwell esq, in consideration of the financial services rendered him by Woollhouse, of the premises where the court of Peverell Honour is held (part of Chadwick's house in Nottingham) and all profits etc of the court, for 3 years, paying Chadwick 2/3 of the profits, and Chadwicke made Woollhouse his attorney to receive money due to him as steward of the court, provided that Woolhouse, after receipt of the moneys and after he is discharged of money he is or shall be engaged for on behalf of Chadwicke, shall pay...

 

[1661]

D187/4/19

Instructions for the administration of the court of the Honour of Peverell, signed by James Chadwicke steward, 30 Jul 13 Charles II

 

[1661]

D187/4/20

Settlement made by Sir Francis Wortley and Dame Hester his wife of Yorkshire in order to raise a portion for their daughter Sarah, granting the manor of Swinton, Yorkshire to Robert Rockley of Rockley, John Bamford of Yorkshire esq, and William Plattes of Fredheld, Yorkshire, to the use of Sir Francis and his wife until Sarah is 21 or married, then to her use until Sir Francis's heir pays her £2,000 when she marries; if Sarah dies unmarried, then the property is to be held to Dame Hester's use as part of her jointure

 

[1640]

D187/4/20-53

Acting for friends and neighbours

 

 

D187/4/21

Probate of will of Francis Parker of Southwell, Nottinghamshire, gent: bequests of personal belongings and small sums of money to relatives including Thomas Woolhouse of Glapwell Parker's nephew and Mrs Anne Woolhouse his niece, who are appointed executors (will 20 May 1645). Probate 9 Aug

 

1645

D187/4/22

Appointment of Thomas Woollhouse esq to audit and take account of sums due or owing to Colonel Chadwicke as steward of the Courts of the honor of Peverill, by the Colonel's trustees, 12 Oct

 

1660

D187/4/23

Bond in £20 6s 8d from Edward Barnby of Woodall, (Yorkshire) husbandman to Ellen and Grace Robissone (or Robeson) spinsters also of Woodall, for the payment of £10, 24 Jun Endorsed, 1) paid £6 in part and 2) delivered to Mr Woolhouse, 22 Jan 1669/70

 

1662

D187/4/24

Agreement for John Spaulton to discharge expenses of a bond given by his father Robert to John Pauson/Pawson and on receipt of it to surrender a counterbond to William Pawson which William and Emot gave to John Spaulton and William Hardwich (further detail) 19 Apr T Woolhouse was a witness

 

1669

D187/4/25

Inventory of Max[imilian] Needham's goods, including household goods, livestock, crops, farm equipment (total £108), endorsed, 14 Jun

 

1670

D187/4/26

Lindley family

Marriage settlement of Percival Lindley and Margery Richardson of Mansfield, (Nottinghamshire,) by which Percival's brother, Thomas Lindley of Skegby, (Nottinghamshire) esq, settled named lands in Skegby to provide for Margery if she survived Percival, with reversion to Thomas, 3 Jul 1624

 

1624-1673

D187/4/27

Accounts, perhaps winding up of an estate, balancing inventory and money against debts, with reference to assets in Mrs Lindley's hands and to a bond for rent, again referring to Mrs Lindley (1672) on dorse. Endorsed Mr John Dimidge 20: stone to [?deliver] at Derby

 

 

D187/4/28

Memorandum of final conclusion of differences between John Lindley of Skegby, esq, and Roger Coates of Northage lead merchant, by which the lands in question were to be resigned to Lindley except for the Miln Meadow and the deeds were to be put into the hands of Thomas Woolhouse esq, of Glapwell to be returned to Lindley on the death of Mrs Margory Wrightlington, 24 Oct 1673

 

 

D187/4/29

Statement of accounts owing between Henry Rodes and John Rawson, witnessed by Thomas Woolhouse, 29 May

 

1676

D187/4/30

Bond in £40 from Samuel Birbeck of Halnerby Yorkshire gent, to Susan Frith of Chesterfield widow, for Birbeck to maintain the arbitration award of William Cooke of Sheffield woollen-draper and Peter Dowker of Chesterfield ironmonger to be made by 10 Jun or the award of arbitrators they nominate made by 20 Jun. With note that the arbitrators nominated Thomas Woolhouse to arbitrate, 24 May.

Inside: assignment by Dowker and Cooke of settlement of dispute as they are unable to settle it, to the umpirage of Thomas Woolhouse esq 13 Jun

 

1676

D187/4/31

Quittance from William and Elizabeth Mason, Maximillian Needham, John Needham senior and John Needham junior to Christopher Snowden and Helen his wife of all offences. Witnessed by Thomas and Elizabeth Woolhouse, 27 Jun

 

1676

D187/4/32

Quittance from the Snowdens to the Masons and Needhams, witnessed by the Woolhouses, as above, 27 Jun

 

1676

D187/4/33

Memorandum of the award which Edward Hind of Bolsover and Richard Barker of Shirebrook yeoman made in dispute between 1) Hugh Fisher of Rowbotham ?husbandman and his sons and 2) Richard Eyre of Rowthorne husbandman and his sons, Richard Eyre was to give John, Hugh Fisher's sons, in satisfaction for the scandalous words he had said about John, 40s or acknowledge he had done him wrong and pay him 20s (with further detail). In case of further dispute, they shall refer their differences to 2 person `equally chosen' or to 2 persons nominated by Mr Woolhouse of Glapwell, and if they cannot settle...

 

[1678]; [1611]

D187/4/34

Memorandum of the will which Mrs Durant of Sheffield dictated to T Woolhouse, John Barber and John Clayton, 22 May

 

1678

D187/4/35

Richard Green

Bond in £80 from Richard Green to Thomas Johnson both of Whaley yeomen to pay £40 to Johnson, 23 Nov 1682

 

1682-1683

D187/4/36

Memorandum of partnership agreement between Richard Green of Whaley husbandman and John Clark of Whaley in land in Scarcliff.

Witnessed by Thomas Woolhouse, 25 Jun 1683

 

 

D187/4/37

Account of money laid out for old Grace Green out of her £40. Includes inventory of her goods in the new and middle parlours

 

[late 17th century]

D187/4/38

Memorandum of what Sylvester's goods were sold for and of debts paid out of this sum, 4 Apr

 

1683

D187/4/39

Declaration by Thomas Woolhouse of Glapwell gent that he has on behalf of the Earl of Devonshire let to Jonas Selvester the tenement he now possesses, house in which his grandmother Jone Moor widow lately lived with garden, closes called Meddow Pleck and the Flax Peece and 2 acres of field land in close called Duncel, Glapwell, for 1 year from 25 Mar, rent 25s (further detail) 16 Feb 1683/84

 

[1684]

D187/4/40

Agreement between Richard Haw of Heath, husbandman, and Hannah Partrick of Ault Hucknall widow, prior to their marriage, concerning administration of the money left by Hannah's late husband John, for the maintenance of their three daughters. Witnessed and placed in the safe keeping of Thomas Woolhouse, 18 May

 

1685

D187/4/41

Thomas Woolhouse's settlement of the dispute between, 1) Maximillian Tomson of Glapwell, labourer, Helen his wife and John Snowdon her son and 2) Mary Coup widow, and her sons John and Thomas Coup labourers, all of Glapwell. Each party is bound over for 40s to abide by the arbitration of Mr Woolhouse in any further dispute, 21 Nov

 

1687

D187/4/42

Testimony of their neighbours that Mary Coup widow, and her sons John and Thomas, have behaved peaceably, and that they consider that John Snowdon has sworn maliciously against them, 22 Nov

 

1687

D187/4/43

Thomas Woolhouse's letter with 2 postscripts to unnamed person who has issued warrants against the Coups upon John Snowden's oath. Discusses the case and thinks John Snowden is the real trouble maker, 19-23 Nov

 

1687

D187/4/44

Note from Richard Derrey to Thomas Woolhouse at Heath saying that Mr Dobb is in debt to the writer and asking for help in recovering his debts, 17 Apr. Endorsed `relates to Edward Dobb'

 

1688

D187/4/45

Account, perhaps relating to the clearing up of an estate [?of John Dobb]

 

circa 1688

D187/4/46

William Hardwick's testimony that Maximillian Johnson showed him the damage to his corn which he said was done by James Hardwick's horses, 24 Nov

 

1687

D187/4/47

James Hardwick husbandman of Glapwell, acknowledges a debt of £4 10s 0d for a horse, to Robert Huthall of Alstwith in the parish of Ault Hucknall.

 

1689

D187/4/48

Letter from Thomas Eyre of London to Mrs Boler concerning a property dispute with her father Turner of Tibshelf, saying that he suggested that Mr Woolhouse and Mr Richardson might act as arbitrators, 6 Jun

 

1693

D187/4/49

Letter or memorandum, that writer has written to Henry Townsend and Aaron Smith advising them (as the lease of Mr Turner's farm was to be made to them in trust for Mrs Boler and they had paid the [entry] fine for her) to agree with Mr Turner before the lease is made. They told him that Turner pretends he will go to the governors [of St Thomas's Hospital, Southwark] again, their suspicions that he will run the farm down, so the writer has taken a covenant from Townsend and Smith etc

 

[circa 1694]

D187/4/50

Covenant by Hugh Townsend of Tibshelf yeoman and Aaron Smith of Tibshelf husbandman to Mr Woolhouse of Glapwell that if the lease of the farm Richard Turner lives on is made to them by the governors of St Thomas's Hospital, Southwark (Surrey) in trust for Mrs Boler and her children, they will lease the farm to Turner and his wife Elizabeth for their lives, provided that he covenants to pay the rents etc due to the Hospital on behalf of Mrs Boler, 26 Feb 1693/94

 

[1694]

D187/4/51

Memorandum by Thomas Woolhouse of the will of Mary Chambers which was dictated verbally by Mrs Chambers on 1 Apr to Maximillian Tomson, Margery ?Scerecy and Isbel West, and they told Woolhouse on the 4th, 4 Apr

 

1696

D187/4/52

Arbitration award by Thomas Woolhouse in the dispute between Humphrey Marshall of Dethick yeoman and Thomas Slater of the New House, Crich yeoman, that Marshall shall give Slater 18s towards the expenses of the suit which Thomas Slater began against Marshall, they shall acquit each other from all actions and if further differences arise between them will refer them to 2 arbitrators. To this, Marshall and Slater agreed, 31 Jul

Endorsed with notes on assessments and rents at Dethick 1707-1709

 

1696

D187/4/53

Paper addressed to Thomas Woolhouse esq at Glapwell Hall and formerly sealed, but on the other side is a draft letter addressed to your Grace [the Duke of Portland] from Glapwell, initialled TW, 11 Jun

Refers to writer's infirmity, returning Dr Sherlock's book upon the Trinity, theological comment, is glad the Duke is recovered enough after breaking a bone to return to Welbeck; other references to the Duke's family, with postscript that writer regrets he cannot visit Welbeck to thank the Duke for a doe from Welbeck Park

 

[16]94

D187/5

Wollhouse family - miscellaneous

 

 

D187/5/1

Exemplification of common recovery by Robert Cowper and George Balderston against Fabian Mellers, Richard Moorhaughe, Simon Wilson, Thomas Sax and Nicholas Sherwyn concerning two messuages, two tofts, three gardens and 38 acres of land in Nottingham. Warrantor Edward Albye gent, 31 Oct 22 Elizabeth

 

[1580]

D187/5/2

Licence by John, archbishop of Canterbury, to Francis Parker, nephew of Henry Parker deceased of Canterbury, to administer the goods and estate of his late uncle, 23 Dec 1594

 

1594

D187/5/3

Bond from Thomas Fitzherbert of London esq, in £60 to pay £30 to Mr Henry Parker deceased, which is now due to Mr Francis Parker as his uncle's administrator. Thomas says that since Francis has dealt kindly with him since his first imprisonment, he not only acknowledges the debt but say it is one of the first he will repay when he regains his liberty, 1 Sep 1615

 

1615

D187/5/4

Lease by Alice Alottson of Chesterfield widow, to Margaret Allottson her daughter of messuage or cottage in Chesterfield for 21 years at an annual rent of 5s in consideration that Margaret will provide her mother with food and clothing during their lives, 19 Nov

 

1600

D187/5/5

Lease by Anthony Webster of Sheffield cutler, to John Barber of Sheffield shearsmith, of messuage in Sheffield, Yorkshire, in a street called Balme Green, the backside below the pale, half a smithy, all in John's occupation, for 14 years from 1 Jan, rent £3 per annum, 14 Jul 1655

 

1655

D187/5/6

Marriage settlement made between 1) Margaret Webster of Sheffield spinster, and 2) Roger Lee yeoman and Richard Roberts corvisor, both of Sheffield by which Margaret, in consideration of a marriage between her and John Barker of Sheffield shearsmith, granted to Roger and Richard a cottage in Sheffield on the North side of the street from the parish church to Barker Pool, formerly held by Anthony Webster her father, then granted to her by John her brother, to hold to Margaret's use until the marriage, then to the use of John and Margaret and to the survivor, then to their heirs with...

 

1658

D187/6

Leicestershire and Lincolnshire

 

 

D187/6-13

Hallowes family - title deeds

 

 

D187/6-37

Hallowes family

 

 

D187/6/1

Settlement by William Elston yeoman of Muston, Leicestershire by which he gave to William Grene and Thomas Clyfton yeomen of Muston, all the messuages cottages and lands of his inheritance in the villages and fields of Muston, Bottesford, Normanton and Radwell, Leicestershire, and all the messuages and lands of his inheritance in Harlaxton, Stainwith, Barrowby and Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire, to hold them during Elston's lifetime, for the use of Robert Elston, his son, 26 Jun 15 Elizabeth

 

1573

D187/6/2

Release by John Markham of Sedgebrook, (Lincolnshire) esq to Robert Elston of Muston yeoman, of all his title and interest in land in the village and fields of Stainwith and Woolsthorpe, now or recently in the occupation of Robert Elston and formerly in the occupation of Robert Arnold, and Sir John Harrington, deceased, formerly of Exton (Rutland) 6 Jul 18 Elizabeth

 

[1576]

D187/6/3

Release by Robert Elston of Muston yeoman to Thomas Grene of Radwell and Richard Nicholls of Muston yeoman, of a messuage in Muston on the south of le Beick, 3 bovates of land, orchard, lands etc, close called le Hey Wong in parish of Sidebrook, (Lincolnshire,) side of the street from the parish church to 2 messuages north of le Beick, close 1½ bovates of land, dovehouse, to hold these lands for the use of the said Robert Elson and Katherine his wife during their lifetimes and those of their lawful heirs, 12 Jul 18 Elizabeth

 

[1576]

D187/6/4

Exemplification of final concord between Robert Elston sen plaintiff and William Lynne and Elizabeth his wife, and Robert Lynne and Joan his wife, defendants, concerning a messuage, a garden, an orchard and about 34 acres of land in Muston, Bottesford, and Normanton, Elston paid £41, Michaelmas 10 James

 

[1612]

D187/6/5

Articles of agreement between Robert Elson the elder of Muston yeoman and Richard Elson his son and heir apparent, that whereas Robert by a feoffment of the same date has granted all his property to Richard, the latter will pay Robert during his life £20 a year in 4 equal parts at specified times, beginning at the feast of the Annunciation next. He will provide his father with adequate food, lodging and clothing, a grey gelding at the sealing of this, and will provide winter and summer feeding for the gelding and 20 ewes for Robert in Muston and Stanwith. Robert senior will further allow...

 

[1614]

D187/6/6

Lease by Richard Elston senior of Muston, (Leicestershire) gent and Peter, John, Nicholas and Richard Elston his sons to Richard Hickson of Gonerby (Lincolnshire) esq for £500, of lands in Sidebrook or Sidgebrook and Stenwith or Stenwath, in the parish of Barrowby, Lincolnshire and land in Muston, to hold for 15 years from Michaelmas next, 30 Sep

 

1637

D187/6/7-8

Both parts of lease by Richard Hickson of Lincolnshire, Esq. to Richard Elston the elder of Muston, Leicestershire, gent., of the lands leased to him by Elston (reciting lease by Richard Elston senior of Muston, (Leicestershire) gent and Peter, John, Nicholas and Richard Elston his sons to Richard Hickson of Gonerby (Lincolnshire) esq for £500, of lands in Sidebrook or Sidgebrook and Stenwith or Stenwath, in the parish of Barrowby, Lincolnshire and land in Muston, to hold for 15 years from Michaelmas next, 30 Sep for 14 years 11 months. For the first 7 years, Elston will pay Hickson £100...

 

1637

D187/6/9

Articles of agreement between Richard Elston of Muston gent and Nathaniel Hallowes of Derby gent for Elston to grant named lands in Muston and in Barrowby, Lincolnshire to Hallowes for a payment of £1,300. On the completion of the transaction, Hallowes will demise the property to Elston for 3 years at a rent of £75 per annum, 29 Jan 1639/40

 

[1640]

D187/6/10

Bond in £2,000 from Richard Elston as above and his sons Peter, John, Nicholas and Richard to Nathaniel Hallowes alderman of Derby to fulfill conditions of indentures of the same date and also of 2 Apr last which they made with Hallowes, 2 Apr

 

1640

D187/7

Manor of Thornsett etc

 

 

D187/7/1

Bargain and sale by William Nedeham of Thornsett gent to Nicholas Garlecke late of Povyngton, (Dorset), for £123 6s 8d, of messuages, lands etc called Ladshabothom, Beardhalghe, Blackehall and Aspynshaw (naming tenants) in Bawden [Bowden] township, parish Glossop and all messuages, lands etc in places named above and `Ollercett' and for £20, of Crowderbothom Meadow in Thornsett and Ladshawbothom, paying 16d annually to the chief lords of the fee and service of fealty, 15 Feb 3 Edward VI

 

[1549]

D187/7/2

Letters of attorney from William Nedham to Thomas Rawlynson of Hygate and Edward Hyde of Longe Lee to give possession of premises in Nottingham to Nicholas Garlek (Ladshawbothom, Ollersett, Beardhaulghe, Bakehall, Aspynshawe in Bowden and Crowtherbothom) 2 Mar 3 Edward VI

 

[1549]

D187/7/3

Final concord made between Nicholas Garleck quer and William, Richard and Humphrey Nedeham deforciants, concerning 4 messuages, 100 acres of land, 60 acres of meadow, 54 acres of pasture and 30 acres of wood in Ladesshawbothome, Ollersett, Berdehaugh, Blackehall, Asspynsshawe, Crotherbothome Medowe, Thornesett and Bawden; for recognition of his right in the property, Garleck has given £60 to the Nedehams. Easter 3 Edward VI

 

[1549]

D187/7/4

Final concord made between Nicholas Garleck quer and Thomas Barbar and wife Dorothy deforciants, concerning messuage and 16 acres of land, 20 acres of meadow and 10 acres of wood in Ladesshawbothome, Thornsett and Bawdon; for recognition of his right in the property, Garleck gave Barbar 50s of silver, Easter 3 Edward VI

 

[1549]

D187/7/5

Final concord made between Richard ? Wenesley esq, Richard and Henry Nedham gents quer and Otiwell Nedham esq deforciant concerning the manor of Thornesett, 8 messuages, 6 cottages, 300 acres of land, 100 acres of meadow, 200 acres of pasture, 100 acres of wood, 1000 acres of heath and furze and 20s rent, in Glossop, Thornsett, Aspenshaw, Whittle, Ladshawbotham and Hayfield; for recognition of Richard Nedeham's right to this, Otiwell Nedeham has been given 250 marks of silver, All Souls 6 Elizabeth

 

[1564]

D187/7/6

Ratification of title to mortgage term of 99 years by George Nedeham of Cowley gent and Henry his son and heir to Roland Eyre of Hassop gent. Recites that Ottiwell Nedeham of Cowley esq in a deed of 17 Nov 7 Elizabeth [1564] leased to Thomas Daken of Beylyflatt gent, his manors of Darley, Cowley, Edensor and Thornsett with all houses, lands, fishing grounds, quarries, mines etc and his profits of court in Darley, Cowley, Edensor, Thornsett and Glossop for 99 years, which premises have come by `meane' [intervening] conveyances to Roland Eyre for the residue of that term

In consideration that...

 

[1597]

D187/7/7

Assignment by William Ridge of Hayfield yeoman Francis Fitzherbert of Tissington esq, John Basford of Newton Grange and William Cressey of Oldcote, (Nottinghamshire) gent of residue of term of 99 years which came to him and to Robert Daken of Hazelwood gent (now deceased) to hold to the use of Henry Nedeham 20 Aug 6 James I

 

[1608]

D187/7/8

Assignment of residue of term of mortgage for 99 years by George Nedham of Thornsett esq, his son and heir Henry gent and William Ridge of Hayfield yeoman to Peter Columbell of Darley esq

Reciting lease for 99 years and that the residue of the term has come to William Ridge in trust for George and Henry Nedeham, in consideration for £200 paid by Collumbell to Henry Nedham, the residue of the term in the manor of Darley, messuages, lands in Darley were assigned by Ridge to Columbell for residual of term providing that if the £200 is repaid, the assignment will be void Lists names of tenants...

 

[1608]

D187/7/9

Covenant to stand seised to uses, by George Nedham of Thornsett esq to Henry Nedham his son and heir, by which George is to stand seised of half the manors of Darley, Cowley and Lees and the messuages, lands etc belonging to the use of Henry and his heirs for ever, and of the manor of Thornsett and lands etc of George in Glossop to the use of George and his wife Katherine for their lives and then to Henry and heirs

 

[1609]

D187/7/10

Further covenant that the release by George formerly made to Henry of the manors of Darley, Cowley and Lees is to be deemed for the use of Henry and his heirs forever, 14 Feb 6 James I

Bargain and sale by George Nedham of Thorsett esq and Henry his son and heir gent to Francis Nedham of Melbourne esq and John Yeomans of Melbourne yeoman for a competent sum, of manors, capital messuage and farm called Thornsett in Glossop parish and deeds etc concerning the premises, to the use of Francis

Reciting that Francis Fitzharbert esq, John Beresford and William Cressey gent hold an assignment of a...

 

[1610]

D187/7/11

Decree of Court of Chancery that the complainants George Nedham esq and Henry Nedham gent are to have the lands in question, George for his life and then Henry and his heirs male, then Richard, a son of George, and his heirs male (with further detail as to the settlement of the lands)

Recites the bill of complaint of George and Henry Nedham against John Nedham gent defendant concerning the manors of Darley, Cowley and Enderson [?Edensor] and manor of Thornsett and their settlement, with reference to members of the Nedham family and to Richard Wensley, 22 Jun 9 James I

 

[1611]

D187/7/12/1-2

Assignment of mortgage by assignment of residue of residue of term of 99 years, by George Needham of Thornsett esq, his son and heir Henry gent, Francis Fitzherbert of Tissington esq, John Beresford of Newton Grange and William Cressie of Owlcotes, Nottinghamshire gent to William Hyde of New Mills husbandman, for £146, of close called the Great Aspenshawe, parish Glossop 4 and 5 Oct 9 James I

 

[1611]

D187/7/13

Assignment of mortgage

Assignment of mortgage by assignment of residue of term of 99 years by George Needham of Thornsett esq, his son and heir Henry gent, Francis Fitzherbert of Tissington esq, John Beresford of Newton Grange and William Cressie of Owlcotes to Edward Alleyn of Wheston gent, for £140, of messuage and lands called Fearnbanke, messuage adjoining Fearnbanke, 2 closes called Heyheades, parcels of land called Great March and Great Meadow, in Glossop, part of premises leased as in D187/7/6, 16 Apr 10 James I

Endorsed that this deed was shown to John Beresforde esq at his examination taken at Chapel en...

[1612]

D187/7/14

Assignment of mortgage by assignment of lease for 99 years by by George Needham of Thornsett esq, his son and heir Henry gent, Francis Fitzherbert of Tissington esq, John Beresford of Newton Grange and William Cressie of Owlcotes to Christopher Wood of Emington, [?Hemington], Leicestershire yeoman and John Kendall of Melbourne yeoman for an unspecified sum, of all the properties in Glossop parish; provision that if the Nedhams pay to Matthew Patman and Thomas Walthall of London esqs £1,000 on 22 May 1615 at the usual place of payments in the west side of the Royal Exchange London, the...

 

[1614]

D187/7/15

Assignment by William Hyde of New Mill (sic) husbandman to Henry Nedeham of Middlewich (Cheshire) gent for repayment of £146, of the Great Aspenshaw 25 Mar 13 James I

Endorsed that this was shown to John Yeomans at his examination is Chancery in case between Sir Francis Nedeham and William Hide

 

[1614]

D187/7/16

Assignment of term in specified lands in Thornsett by Edward Allen or Alleyn gent of Wheston to Christopher Wood of Hemington (Leicestershire) yeoman and John Kendall of Melbourne yeoman for £163, 30 Jun

 

1615

D187/7/17

Mortgage by bargain and sale by Henry Nedham gent son and heir of George of Thornsett esq and Marchamont Nedham gent son and heir of John late of Osmaston next Derby gent deceased who was heir of Richard Nedham late of Snitterton gent deceased to Francis Nedham of Melbourne esq and John Yeomans servant to Francis, of various sums paid by Francis to Henry and Marchamont and to secure Francis for other sums of money in which he is bound for Henry amounting in all to £1664, of manor and capital messuage of Thornsett Hall and named lands; the repayment to be made 24 May next at Royal Exchange...

 

[1616]

D187/7/18

Mortgage by bargain and sale by Mortgage by bargain and sale by Henry Nedham gent son and heir of George of Thornsett esq and Marchamont Nedham gent son and heir of John late of Osmaston next Derby gent deceased but the name Marchamont spelt Marchaumont, to Francis Nedham of Melbourne esq and John Yeomans servant to Francis, for payments, bonds etc now amounting to £2, 184, of manor and capital messuage of Thornsett Hall and named lands; to be repaid 24 May 1618 [3 Nov] 15 James I

 

[1617]

D187/7/19

Bargain and sale by Sir Francis Nedham of Melbourne and John Yeomans his servant to Phillip Tilney of Shelley esq, Rebecca Henshaw widow late wife of Samuel Henshaw of London esq deceased and Thomas Stockton of London gent, for an unspecified sum, of manor, capital messuage or farm called Thorsett (sic) and lands etc belonging, upon trust to sell the premises for the payment of debts which Tilney, Rebecca Henshaw and Benjamin Henshaw of London esq are bound to discharge for Nedham, 20 Feb 1626/7

Enrolled in Chancery [15 Jun] 3 Charles I

 

[1627]

D187/7/20

Decree of Chancery relating to complaint of Sir Francis Needham of Melbourne made in Michaelmas Term 20 James I [1622] against George and Henry Needham gents and Rowland Eyre esq defendants concerning George Needham's debts and Thornsett Hall and the lands belonging (and reciting the case in detail) that the assignment of the premises to Wood and Kendall should stand and that the defendants should convey the premises to the complainant, unless they pay him the sum of £2,200 by 8 Jun, [23 Apr] 3 Charles I

 

[1627]

D187/7/21

Bargain and sale by George Nedham of Thornsett esq, wife Katherine and Henry, George's son and heir, gent to Sir Francis Nedham of Melbourne, in performance of a decree of chancery dated 23 Apr last, of Thornsett Hall and giving field names, also deeds concerning the premises, [8 May] 3 Charles I

 

[1627]

D187/7/22

Injunction that George Needham and Henry Needham are to give possession of Thornsett Hall, lands etc to Sir Francis Needham, with reference to debt of £2,200, [11 Jun] 3 Charles I

 

[1627]

D187/7/23

Release by Henry Needham of Oswestry, Shropshire gent to Sir Francis Needham and John Yeomans of manor and capital messuage of Thornsett Hall and named lands; the sum of £2,184 not having been paid [15 Jun] 3 Charles I

 

 

D187/7/24-25

Lease and release by Phillip Tylney of Shelley, Suffolk esq to Phillip his son of manor, capital messuage of Thornesett Hall and lands belonging, [8, 9 Aug] 23 Charles I

 

[1647]

D187/7/26/1-2

Lease and release by John Wiseman of Westminster esq Rebecca his wife formerly Rebecca Henshawe widow and Phillip Tilney late of London gent to Nathaniel Hallowes of Derby esq for £880, of manor, capital messuage or farm called Thorsett or Thornsett Hall and lands belonging (with field names), 1, 2 Jun

 

1654

D187/7/27

Quitclaim by Thomas Needham of Kettle Barston, Suffolk esq to Nathaniel Hallowes of Derby esq to Thornsett Hall no day or month given, but the quitclaim is signed

 

1654

D187/7/28-29

Final concord relating to manor, capital messuage or farm called Thorsett or Thornsett Hall and lands, Holy Trinity

 

1654

D187/7/30

Receipt from John Wiseman for £900 paid by Nathaniel Hallowes for Thornsett manor, 13 Jul

 

1654

D187/7/31

Assignment of term of 99 years in manor of Thornsett etc (created on 17 Nov 7 Elizabeth [1564] which has now come to Ann Wood) by Ann Wood widow and executrix of Christopher Wood of Hemington deceased to Samuel Sleigh of Northedge gent a trustee for Nathaniel Hallowes of Derby esq, 3 Sep

 

1654

D187/7/32

Lease for 21 years by Samuel Hallowes of Norton gent to John Andrewe of Laneside, Glossop yeoman of 8 closes (named) and barn or lathe, formerly a piece of ground called the Greate Aspinshawe and belonging to Thornsett Hall in Glossop parish, reserving right to dig for coal to Hallowes; annual rent £20

13 Feb 1663/4

 

[1664]

D187/8

Mugginton manor and rectory

 

 

D187/8/1

Copy of common recovery by which John Kniveton esq and Ralph Wright esq petitioned against William Kniveton esq to Mercaston concerning the manors of Mercaston and Mugginton and 10 messuages, 10 tofts, 2 mills, 2 dovehouses, 20 gardens and lands in Mercaston, Mugginton, Kniveton, Offcote, Underwood, Fenton, Ashbourne and Compton, 23 Jun

 

1591

D187/8/2

Release by George Babington to St Gillians, (Herefordshire) gent, to William Knyveton of Mercaston gent, and Anthony Brown of the Marsh gent, of legal claims and actions against them, 20 May

 

1596

D187/8/3

Lease from Sir William Knyveton of Mercaston and Sir Gilbert Knyveton his son to Hugh Ratcliffe of Mugginton yeoman of messuage in Mugginton in which he is living, together with specified lands in Mugginton and Mercaston, for the next 99 years, if Hugh should survive, so long 7 Mar 1616/7

 

[1617]

D187/8/4-5

Lease and release by Sir Andrew Kniveton of Bradley to Nathaniel Hallowes of Derby esq and his son Samuel of Christ's College Cambridge, for £2,900, of the manor of Mugginton, 21 and 22 Oct

 

1654

D187/8/6-7

Agreement (and copy) between Nathaniel Hallowes of Derby and Sir Andrew Kniveton of Bradley.

Recites that Sir Andrew having sold the manor of Mugginton to Hallowes, various persons have claimed large sums against Sir Andrew, including Nathaniel Hallowes who has obtained a judgment for £6,000 and costs.

Hallowes agrees that if the manor is protected against claims and if Sir Andrew pays all costs etc of the lawsuit within a year, no further claim will be made against him, otherwise his manors of Bradley, Kniveton and Underwood will be charged with the judgment, 23 Oct

 

1654

D187/8/8

Assignment of lease by the trustees of Sir Andrew Knyveton of Bradley to Thomas Charnell of Snareston, (Leicestershire) gent, trustee for Nathaniel Hallowes of Derby gent and his son and heir Samuel Hallowes of Christ's College, Cambridge gent, of manor of Mugginton and lands etc belonging and half the impropriate Rectory of Mugginton, which had, with other premises been leased to his trustees by Sir Andrew on 4 Dec 24 Charles I [1647] with reference to payment of his debts, 23 Oct

 

1654

D187/8/9-10

2 parts of final concord between Nathaniel and Samuel Hallowes plaintiffs and Sir Andrew Kniveton defendant concerning the manor of Mugginton and lands in Mugginton and Hulland Ward and half the rectory of Mugginton, Martinmas

 

1654

D187/8/11

Release by Sir Andrew Kniveton of Bradley and his brothers Gilbert and Thomas also of Bradley esqs to Nathaniel Hallowes of Derby and his son Samuel, for £2,900 previously paid to them, of the manor of Mugginton with half the income from the appropriated rectory of Mugginton, 23 Nov

 

1654

D187/8/12

Receipt from Sir Andrew Kniveton of Bradley for £2900 paid by Nathaniel Hallowes of Derby and his son Samuel of Christ's College, Cambridge, for the conveyance of the manor of Mugginton to the Hallowes on same day, 23 Nov

 

1654

D187/8/13

Release by Gilbert Kniveton of Bradley, a brother of Sir Andrew Kniveton to Nathaniel Hallowes of Derby esq and his son Samuel of Christ's College, Cambridge, of the manor of Mugginton and half the impropriate rectory of Mugginton, 1 Dec

 

1655

D187/8/14

Bargain and sale by Nathaniel Hallowes of Derby esq and Samuel Hallowes gent his son and heir, to Samuel Astry of Clements Inn, Middlesex gent for 5s of property as above, 20 Dec

 

1658

D187/8/15

Exemplification of common recovery: Ralph Gregg and Edward Hole gents demandants against Samuel Astrey gent defendant for Mugginton manor and appurtenances there and in Brailsford and Hulland Ward, and ½ Mugginton rectory; 1st vouchee Andrew Kniveton baronet, 4 May

 

1659

D187/9

Deeds of small properties 17th century

 

 

D187/9/1

Bolsover Rectory: Incomplete purchase by Nathaniel Hallowes from trustees (named) for £1,521 19s 11¾d, of the annual rents, fee farm rents etc from various church properties, liable to payment of annual stipend of 26s 8d to the vicar of Bolsover. Acknowledged 13 Feb 1653/4

 

[1654]

D187/9/2/1-2

Mugginton exchange of lands: Both parts of exchange between i) Nathaniel Hallowes of Derby esq and ii) Ellen Bamford of Weston Underwood widow and Edward Bamford citizen and merchant tailor of London, of small areas of land (details given) in Mugginton, 12 Nov

 

1656

D187/9/3/1

Mugginton cottage and land: Feoffment by John Cowper of Mickleover yeoman, and Isabel his wife, to Robert Bamford the younger of Mugginton, yeoman and Helen Mellor of Mugginton, sister of Isabel, for £50, of all the lands in Mugginton which belonged to the late James Mellor, father if Isabel and Helen, and which descended to Isabel, also all the rest of the Cowpers' property in Mugginton, in trust and in default of heirs of Helen and Robert, in trust for Helen's heirs, 5 May

 

1623

D187/9/3/2

Mugginton cottage and land: Probate of will (6 May 1637) of Robert Bamford yeoman of Weston Underwood: his goods are to be equally divided amongst his children except for his eldest son Edward; Edward and wife Ellen to have 1s each; son Robert to have land in Mugginton purchased from Thomas Potter or else £60 at age 21. Son Edward named sole executor and uncles and kinsmen John Barrraclough, Edward Smith and Gilbert Mosley supervisors Probate 14 Jul

 

1637

D187/9/3/3

Mugginton cottage and land: Mortgage by Ellin Bamford of Mugginton widow and Edward and Robert Bamford citizens and merchant tailors of London to Nathaniel Hallowes of Westminster esq of lands (giving names, locations, acreages and tenants) and a cottage in Mugginton, by lease for 300 years, to secure £200 and interest, 26 May

 

1657

D187/9/3/4-5

Mugginton cottage and land: Two parts of final concord between Samuel Hallowes plaintiff and Helen Bamforde widow, Edward Bamford and wife Mary, Robert Bamford and wife Joan and Thomas Potter defendants, concerning land in Mugginton, Martinmas 13 Charles II

 

[1661]

D187/9/3/6

Muggington cottage and land: Conveyance by Ellen Bamforde of London widow and Edward and Richard Bamford citizens and merchant tailors of London to Samuel Hallowes of Norton gent, for £137, of lands (field names, locations, tenants and acreages given) and a cottage in Mugginton, 12 Dec

 

[1661]

D187/9/3/7

Muggington cottage and land: Bond in £300 from Ellen, Edward and Robert Bamford to Samuel Hallowes 12 Dec

 

1661

D187/9/3/8

Muggington cottage and land: Assignment of lease for 300 years by Elianor Hallowes of Derby widow of Nathaniel late of Derby esq to Thomas Charnells of Snareston (Leicestershire) and Thomas Sleigh of Derby gent in trust for Samuel Hallowes, for £30, of lands (field names, locations, tenants and acreages given) and cottage in Mugginton which Ellen, Edward and Robert Bamford had mortgaged to Nathaniel on 26 May 1657 and defaulted on repayment, 24 Apr

 

1662

D187/9/4/1

Leicestershire and Lincolnshire: Bond in £206 from George Harrison the elder of Muston miller to George his son of Muston miller, for George senior and his wife Mary to release to George junior and his wife Katherine, property in Muston, 10 May

 

1653

D187/9/4/2

Leicestershire and Lincolnshire: Lease by Thomas Green of Muston yeoman to Anthony Vincent of Eastrop, Boltesford, Lincolnshire, yeoman and Richard Parnham of Granby, Nottinghamshire yeoman for 20 years of a messuage in Muston formerly in the tenure of George Harrison the elder, together with a kilnhouse, corn mills and and land, on condition that if Green pays Vincent and Parnham £100 on 29 Sep 1656 for the use of Katherine wife of George Harrison the younger and the use of their children, the lease shall be void, 8 Nov

 

1654

D187/9/4/3

Leicestershire and Lincolnshire: Memorandum that the jury of a Court of Survey held at the Honour of Belvoir, Leicestershire, presented that Nathaniel Hallowes of Derby esq held a watermill and 90 acres of land in Muston at rent 3s 6d, foreign rents, relief and fealty on death of the lord, 24 Jan 1660/61. At the foot is the date 2 Oct 13 Charles II [1661]

 

[1661]

D187/9/5

Hallowes connection not known: Bond in £1,000 from Thomas Longbothome and Thomas Oliver of East Butterwick (Lincolnshire) gents to Anne Longbothome of ?Market Rasen ("East Raysin" Lincolnshire), Thomas's sister, for Longbothome to observe the written arbitration award between Thomas and Anne to be delivered 9 Mar next, and if no award is made to observe the umpirage of Roger Pelham of Cleatham esq on 25 Mar next, 1 Feb 1660/61

 

[1661]

D187/9/6

Hallowes connection not known: Conveyance by Ralph Waterhouse of Hollin Head yeoman and John Waterhouse of Kinder yeoman to Thomas Waterhouse of Sprayhouse yeoman, for £248, of lands formerly divided into 3 parts, now 7 parts, called Tom Hey or Tomheys (12 acres) in Great Hamlet [Hayfield] in the Middlecale, 29 Oct

 

1661

D187/9/7

Norton tithes: Conveyance by Sarah Bullock of Norton widow to Samuel Hallowes of Norton esq, for 5s, of tithes from named lands in Norton and belonging with the capital messuage of Norton in which Samuel lives, (which were purchased from John Morewood of Alfreton), 21 Jun

 

1674

D187/10

Early 18th century deeds

 

 

D187/10/1/1-2

Final concord between Samuel Hallowes gent, Joseph Alwood and William Allsope, plaintiffs and William Osborne gent, Elizabeth Osborne, Richard Prime gent and Mary Prime and Henry Gregson gent and Troth Gregson and Sampson (status not given) and Alice Heydon concerning messuage and land in Wessington, Hearthstone and Matlock and 1/7 of manor of Dethick, lands etc in Dethick, Lea, Ashover and Matlock.

St Martin 4 Anne. With copy

D187/10/1/1 is endorsed that this is the fine passed on the one and twentieth part of `Dedick' purchased of W Osborn in Oct 1705

 

[1705]

D187/10/2/1-2

2 parts of final concord between Humphrey Marshall plaintiff and Michael and Mary Burton concerning 1/7 of manors of Dethick and Lea and of 7 messuages and lands in parishes of Crich, Ashover and Matlock, Michaelmas 1 George I

 

[1714]

D187/10/3/1

Marriage settlement of William only son of Samuel Hallowes of Nottingham esq and wife Anne and Graciana daughter of Robert Jackson of Hopton Square, Middlesex, gent, in consideration of Graciana's marriage portion of £1,000 and £500, conveying:

3 messuages with lands in Rothley and lands dispersed in the fields of Loughborough, (Leicestershire)

Manor, farm etc called Fullwoods in Hulland Messuage and 2 gardens in High Pavement, Nottingham

Messuages and lands etc in Mugginton 1/7 of 1/3 of manor of Dethick (and Lea) and of mills, messuages, land, and 2/7 of 1/3 of same manor

Manor or capital...

 

[1710]

D187/10/3/2

Agreement between John Sherwin of Nottingham gent, executor of John Sherwin deceased a trustee of marriage settlement (as below) and William Hallowes of Nottingham esq and Graciana his wife under the marriage settlement dated 7 Mar 1709 [1710] of William son of the elder Samuel and Ann Hallowes to Graciana Jackson daughter of Robert Jackson, that William and Graciana may convey their property in Dethick and Lea (1/3 of 1/7 and 2/7 of the Manor of Lea etc) to William's nephew Thomas Hallowes for £700, in order to buy property of equal value and settle it to the same uses as that sold, 26 Feb...

 

[1719]

D187/10/4/1

Abstract of Mr Forest's title to lands in Muston (Leicestershire) from Mar 1626/27-Nov 1704

 

 

D187/10/4/2

Copy of deed of further charge and assignment of mortgage reciting mortgage by John Forest the elder of Thurgarton (Nottinghamshire) yeoman to Mary Hydes of Nottingham widow, for £50, of named closes in Muston (Leicestershire) (about 50 acres) on 1 Jun 1722, assigning the mortgage to William Bainbrigge of Woodborough (Nottinghamshire) and further charging the premises with repayment of £200. With reference to 3 sons of John Forest the elder, John the younger of Muston maltster, Henry of Eperston (Nottinghamshire) and Bryan of Thurgarton yeoman 11 Apr

 

1724

D187/10/5/1-2

Exchange by lease and release between Nicholas Earl of Scarsdale and Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq by which the Earl conveyed to Hallowes a messuage, croft adjoining, Butcher Croft and the field (the latter an enclosure from the Mesne Field) in Glapwell and the Nether Close in Ault Hucknall, in all 5 acres and Hallowes conveyed to the Earl a close (4 acres) in Palterton (enclosed from Carr Common) and paid the Earl £10 10s, 25 Sep

 

1729

D187/10/6

Exchange between Allen Lord Bathurst of Battlesden, (Bedfordshire) and Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq eldest son of the late Thomas Hallowes, of Scarcliffe properties: Losk and Losk Nook Closes (c12 acres) Bathurst to Hallowes, Jointure Close (c12 acres) Hallowes to Bathurst, 10 Jul

 

1740

D187/10/7

Conveyance by trustees for the sale of the estate of the late Nicholas Earl of Scarsdale and Nicholas Leek (e) of Yaxley Hall, Suffolk esq to Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq for £720, of tithes of corn and hay etc belonging to the late Earl of Scarsdale's estate and arising out of the lands of Hallowes in Glapwell in the parishes of Bolsover and Scarcliff (about 330 acres) and tithes of corn etc also part of the Earl's estate and arising out of Hallowes' lands in Ault Hucknall (about 200 acres), tithe rent of £1 12s per annum from Hallowes land in Scarcliff and Palterton D187/10/7/1...

 

1743

D187/11

Sale of Muston and Barrowby estate

 

 

D187/11/1

Thomas Fletcher's valuations of the lands at Muston and in Lincolnshire belonging to Brabazon Hallowes: total acreage c161 acres, value for 30 years' purchase £3,670 2s 6d Aug

 

1791

D187/11/2

Agreement between William King for the guardians of the Duke of Rutland and John Chittle for Brabazon Hallowes, for the purchase from Hallowes of the Muston and Barrowby estate for 4,000 guineas, 28 Nov

 

1791

D187/11/3

Account of the acreage and value of Brabazon Hallowes' estate at Muston (145 acres)

 

?c1791

D187/11/4

Survey of Esquire Hallowes' farm at Muston (140 acres)

 

?c1791

D187/11/5

Copy of conveyance by Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq and Dame Ann Barker his daughter widow of Sir Robert Barker to Mary Isabella Duchess of Rutland, Henry Duke of Beaufort and the Rt Hon William Pitt, for £4,200, of messuage, land at Muston, (Leicestershire) and in Sedgebrook, Woolsthorpe, Barrowby and Stainwith, (Lincolnshire and Leicestershire) (5 Apr 1792)

 

(1792)

D187/11/6

Copy of deed of covenant for production of title deeds relating to property above, to the Duchess of Rutland (5 Apr 1792)

 

(1792)

D187/11/7

Copy of lease for 21 years by Thomas Hallowes of Daniel Beakley of Muston farmer of messuage and lands (142 acres) in Muston, rent £98 annually (25 Mar 1725) 8 May

 

1792

D187/12

Mugginton property: Hallowes connection not known

 

 

D187/12/1

Conveyance by William Johnson of Markeaton husbandman and Jane Johnson widow of Weston Underwood to John Johnson of Ravensdale Park, parish Mugginton, husbandman and overseer of the poor of Ravensdale Park, for £3 17s 6d paid to William and 5s to Jane, of cottage in Mugginton with backside, in trust to use the profits for the poor, and to let the premises to any poor inhabitant, of Ravensdale Park, 18 Jan 1750/51

 

[1751]

D187/12/2

Conveyance by William, John and Jane Johnson as above (but John not described as overseer of the poor) to George Mart of Weston Underwood carpenter, for £4 paid to William and John and 5s to Jane, of cottage in Mugginton with backside, 12 Apr

 

1751

D187/12/3

Conveyance by George Mart of Weston Underwood carpenter to William Hunt of Hulland butcher for £4 of ½ rood[rod] of land used as a potato butt on which a cottage formerly stood in Mugginton, 10 Oct

 

1755

D187/12/4

Probate and copy of will of William Hunt of Mugginton carpenter: bequests to son in law Joseph Ellott, grandson Joseph Ellott, son William (2 crofts in Hulland Ward and Hunt's dwelling house) son Joseph with reference to a child fathered on Joseph by German Ride of Ravensdale Park's daughter

Will 31 Mar 1785, probate 29 Oct

 

1787

D187/12/5

Mortgage by William Hunt of Mugginton joiner and carpenter to John Booley of Mugginton farmer for £50 of cottage in Mugginton, 23 Mar

Endorsed William Hunt Dead and left an Infant Son

 

1795

D187/12/6

Related bond to mortgage by William Hunt of Mugginton joiner and carpenter to John Booley of Mugginton farmer for £50 of cottage in Mugginton, 23 Mar

 

1795

D187/13

Former Hallowes property

 

 

D187/13/1

Abstract of title to a freehold estate in Mugginton belonging to William Bury esq and conveyed to trustees for sale

Includes abstracts of conveyance in 1661 by the Bamfords to the elder Samuel Hallowes, marriage settlement of William (son of the elder Samuel and Anne) and Graciana Jackson, William Hallowes' will by which the premises descended to a nephew Thomas Bury, the latter's will by which it descended to Thomas's nephew William Bury (1661-1822) (endorsed 1822)

 

1822

D187/14-26

Hallowes family - settlements, wills, finance

 

 

D187/14/1

Grant of coat of arms to Nathaniel Hallowes of Dethick Hall esq, 6 Dec

 

1647

D187/15

Marriage of Samuel Hallowes and Elizabeth Jackson 1658

 

 

D187/15/1

Marriage settlement by declaration of uses made between 1) Nathaniel Hallowes of Derby esq mayor of Derby and his son and heir Samuel and 2) Thomas Charnells of Snareston, (Leicestershire) gent and John Taylor of Marrick, (Yorkshire) gent In consideration of the marriage between Samuel Hallowes and Elizabeth only daughter and heir of Nathaniel Jackson of Barwick in Elmet, (Yorkshire) clerk and for £1,000 paid by Nathaniel Jackson to Nathaniel Hallowes, the Hallowes declared that they stood seised of the manor of Mugginton, 2/3 manor of Dethick and Lea Mill, and 2 messuages etc (except woods...

 

1658

D187/15/2

Marriage settlement made between Nathaniel Jackson and Charnells and Taylor in consideration of the marriage as above, settling houses and lands in Carlton Miniott, land in Sand Hutton (Yorkshire) (giving field names, locations, acreages, tenants) and messuage, cottage and land in Marrick in Scholes manor (Yorkshire) to uses expressed, 7 Apr

 

1658

D187/16

Samuel Hallowes and wife Elizabeth (Woolhouse)

 

 

D187/16/1-2

Marriage settlement by lease and release from Samuel Hallowes of Norton esq. and his son and heir Samuel to John Morewood of Alfreton esq. and Robert Hatfield of Mansfield (Nottinghamshire) gent, in consideration of the intended marriage between Samuel the younger and Elizabeth only daughter of Thomas Woolhouse of Glapwell esq. and her marriage portion of £1,000, of the manor of Mugginton, ½ the impropriate rectory of Mugginton, 2/3 of Dethick manor, of Lea Mill and of 2 messuages in Lea; Thornsett Hall and named closes in Glossop and Hayfield, to hold to the uses of the Hallowes family and...

 

[1684]

D187/16/3

Copy of marriage settlement by lease and release from Samuel Hallowes of Norton esq. and his son and heir Samuel to John Morewood of Alfreton esq. and Robert Hatfield of Mansfield (Nottinghamshire) gent, in consideration of the intended marriage between Samuel the younger and Elizabeth only daughter of Thomas Woolhouse of Glapwell esq. and her marriage portion of £1,000, of the manor of Mugginton, 1/2 the impropriate rectory of Mugginton, 2/3 of Dethick manor, of Lea Mill and of 2 messuages in Lea; Thornsett Hall and named closes in Glossop and Hayfield, to hold to the uses of the Hallowes...

For original, see D187/16/1

 

D187/16/4-6

Lease and 2 releases to lead the uses of a recovery, by Samuel Hallowes the elder and his son Samuel to dock estates tail in the premises of the manor of Mugginton, 1/2 the impropriate rectory of Mugginton, 2/3 of Dethick manor, of Lea Mill and of 2 messuages in Lea; Thornsett Hall and named closes in Glossop and Hayfield, and to settle them to the uses of the same deeds, 28 and 29 Jan 1683/4

 

[1684]

D187/16/7

Contemporary copy of a deed to lead to the Wrey a recovery on a Marriage Samuel Hallowes to Edmund Hussey, 26 Jan 1779

For original, see D187/16/5

17th cent

D187/16/8

Exemplification of common recovery of the manor of Mugginton, 1/2 the impropriate rectory of Mugginton, 2/3 of Dethick manor, of Lea Mill and of 2 messuages in Lea; Thornsett Hall and named closes in Glossop and Hayfield, 18 Jun

 

[1684]

D187/16/9

Bond in £22 from Samuel Hallowes of Glapwell gent to Richard Sanders of Stainsby miller for payment of £16 with interest, 29 Dec

 

1697

D187/16/10

Bond in £92 from Samuel Hallowes as above to Abraham Crompton of Derby mercer for payment of £46, 3 Nov

 

1705

D187/16/11

Bond in £60 from Samuel Hallowes as above to James Wolfendale of Houghton, Pleasley, farmer for payment of £30, 4 Jan 1705/6

 

[1706]

D187/16/12

Statement of case arising out of the marriage settlement of Samuel Hallowes and Elizabeth Jackson and the action of Samuel after her death

Endorsed "a Law casse drawn up by my father"

 

[late 17th-early 18th cent]

D187/16/13

Probate of will (17 Jul 1695) of Samuel Hallowes of Glapwell gent

After his father, the elder Samuel's death, the testator's eldest son Thomas was to have estates at Mugginton and Thornsett and after testator's wife Elizabeth's death, Thomas was to have the Dethick estate. The younger children were to have equal shares of Samuel's personal estate, the Muston estate in Lincolnshire and Leicestershire and the Richmond and Marrick estates in Yorkshire. Thomas was to dock etc the entail of the Muston property in order for the younger children to share it. Wife Elizabeth appointed executrix...

 

1708

D187/16/14

Copy of will (17 Jul 1695) of Samuel Hallowes of Glapwell gent

After his father, the elder Samuel's death, the testator's eldest son Thomas was to have estates at Mugginton and Thornsett and after testator's wife Elizabeth's death, Thomas was to have the Dethick estate. The younger children were to have equal shares of Samuel's personal estate, the Muston estate in Lincolnshire and Leicestershire and the Richmond and Marrick estates in Yorkshire. Thomas was to dock etc the entail of the Muston property in order for the younger children to share it. Wife Elizabeth appointed executrix

For original, see D187/16/3

1708

D187/16/15

Grant of guardianship of Timothy and Theodosius (sic) Hallowes to Elizabeth widow of Samuel Hallowes of Glapwell gent, 6 Oct

 

1708

D187/16/16

Draft of release to lead the uses of a recovery made between 1) Samuel Hallowes of Nottingham esq and Thomas son of the late Samuel Hallowes the younger of Glapwell and grandson of the elder Samuel 2) blank 3) blank and 4) Sir Fr[ances] M[olyneux] in order to bar an entail on certain lands to provide for Elizabeth widow of the younger Samuel and for her younger children, Samuel, Nathaniel, Timothy, Mary, Anne and Theodosia in accordance with the will of the late Thomas Woolhouse of Glapwell, 28 Dec

 

1708

D187/16/17

Thomas Hallowes' objections to some of the proposals for the maintenance of his brothers and sisters and the elder Samuel's suggested amendments to the draft provisions

 

[early 18th cent]

D187/16/18

Bond in £200 from Elizabeth Hallowes widow and executrix of Samuel Hallowes of Glapwell to William Wheat of Mansfield (Nottinghamshire) for the payment of £100 and 5% interest, 5 Jan 1709/10

 

[1710]

D187/16/19

Bond in £80 from Elizabeth Hallowes of Glapwell to Cornelius Farr of Bolsover yeoman for the payment of £40 and 5% interest, 11 Sep

 

1710

D187/16/20

Certified copy of marriage settlement of Samuel Hallowes and Elizabeth Jackson

(7 Apr 1658) 19 May

 

1711

D187/16/21

Certified copy of marriage settlement of Samuel Hallowes and Elizabeth Woolhouse

(22 Jan 1683/4) 19 May

 

1711

D187/16/22

Release by William Storrs widow of Todmorden (Lancashire) to Elizabeth Hallowes of Glapwell widow and executrix of husband Samuel, of all actions etc especially a judgment depending in the Court of Common Pleas, entered Hilary

Term 9 Anne, 2 Apr

 

1712

D187/17

Elizabeth and son Thomas Hallowes

 

 

D187/17/1

Bond in £30 from John Wilson and Thomas Hallowes both of Mansfield (Nottinghamshire) gents to William Ward of Nottingham bookseller for the payment of £13 2s 10d, 9 Jul

 

1711

D187/17/2

Bond in £30 from Wilson and Hallowes as above to Henry Dawson of Mansfield innkeeper for the payment of £15 19s 6d and 5% interest, 25 Dec

 

1711

D187/17/3

Lease by Elizabeth Hallowes of Glapwell widow to Thomas Hallowes of Nottingham her eldest son of 2/3 of 2 messuages in Dethick and Lea for 99 years or the lives of them both and Samuel Hallowes, Thomas's grandfather, thereafter to pay £40 per annum, void if Elizabeth pays Thomas £30 by 25 Mar and £40 per annum during their lifetimes, 3 Sep

 

1712

D187/17/4

Lease by Elizabeth Hallowes of Glapwell widow to Thomas her son of the premises in Glapwell, Hucknall and Scarcliffe which will revert to her on the death of Bartholomew Woolhouse (The Greave, The Little Falle, The Joynture close and 3 acres of land against it in Palterton Field, with free common in Stockly and Scarcliffe Lordship and Priestfield Meadow) at a rent of £12 per annum and the premises in Ault Hucknall which will revert to her on the death of Barbara Holt (Houseseds, Meadow Close adjoining, Coal Pitte Close, Hollinhaie's Close, Priestfield Close) at rent £18 1s 6d per annum, for...

 

1714

D187/17/5

Lease by Elizabeth Hallowes to Thomas her son (as above) of 2/3 of watercorn mill called Lea Mill in Dethick and Lea and of 2 messuages in Lea for 99 years or Elizabeth's life, rent £117 17s 6d per annum, 7 Sep

 

1714

D187/17/6

Lease by Barbara Holt widow of William Holt of Dunington (Lincolnshire) gent to Thomas Hallowes of Nottingham esq of Houseseds, Meadow, Coale Pitt, Hollinhawes and Prestfield Closes in Hucknall, for 99 years or Barbara's life, rent £18 1s 6d per annum, 7 Sep

 

1714

D187/17/7

Lease by Bartholomew Woollhouse gent to Thomas Hallowes of Nottingham esq of closes called The Greave, The Little Falle, the Joynture Close and 3 acres against it in Palterton Field, with free common in Stockley and Scarcliff Lordship and Priestfield Meadow, in Glapwell, Hucknall and Scarcliff, for 99 years or Bartholomew's life, rent £12 per annum, 7 Sep

 

1714

D187/17/8-9

Lease and release to lead the uses of a recovery, from Elizabeth Hallowes of Glapwell widow and Thomas Hallowes of Nottingham esq her son to John Launder of the Middle Temple, London gent, of manor and ½ impropriate rectory of Mugginton, 2/3 of manor of Dethick, of Lea Mill and of 2 messuages in Lea, Thornsett Hall with named lands and Glapwell Hall with named lands, 2 and 3 May

 

1715

D187/17/10

Assignment by Samuel Thacker of Chesterfield son in law and administrator to Sarah Urry of Nottingham widow deceased to Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq, of bond dated 21 Aug 1705 in which Samuel Hallowes of Glapwell esq deceased was bound to Sarah Urry in £80 for the payment of £40, 22 Aug

 

1717

D187/17/11-12

2 parts of articles between Elizabeth Hallowes of Glapwell widow and Thomas Hallowes of Halam (Nottinghamshire) her son; by which she made over to him the house at Glapwell and most of its contents, farm implements and crops, and in return he acquitted her of a debt of £200 plus interest and undertook to maintain his brothers and sisters, Samuel, Nathaniel, Mary, Anne and Theodosia, giving each a portion of £500 upon their marriage; if any of them prefers to maintain himself, Thomas will give them £25 per annum; he is to pay Elizabeth's debts of £659 8s 0d as listed in a schedule and pay...

 

1718

D187/17/13

Bond in £5000 for Thomas Hallowes to maintain the articles of the same date, 6 Aug

 

1718

D187/17/14

Grant of annuity of £100 by Thomas Hallowes as above to his mother Elizabeth as above to be raised from Glapwell Hall, 21 houses in Glapwell and named closes (giving tenants' names) in Glapwell (Hanging) Hucknall, Bramley, Bolsover and Scarcliffe, 7 Aug

 

1718

D187/17/15

Account and valuation apparently written about 1719 but including references which appear to be written by Samuel Hallowes (d1708) ?in part a copy of notes by Samuel, in part accounts of Thomas his son.

Includes valuation of livestock, husbandry implements and household goods; board for [Samuel's] sons, value of brother [?William Hallowes] enjoyment of Dethick estate for 5½ years and Glapwell estate for 2, `my' mother's and `his' brothers and sisters annuities for 2½ years and `his' 3 brothers for 3 years from 1716

 

c.1719

D187/17/16-17

2 copies of will of Elizabeth Hallowes of Nottingham widow, made small personal bequests to sons Samuel and Nathaniel and her daughters Anne and Theodosia, son Thomas and wife Catherine. After payment of debts by executors Sir Francis Molyneux and George Gregory, residue to Anne and Theodosia, 10 Mar 1720/21

 

[1721]

D187/18

Marriage of Thomas Hallowes and Catherine Brabazon

 

 

D187/18/1-2

Settlement by Patrick Viscount Chaworth by means of a lease and release of 2 messuages, the Old Park, 3 messuages and Castle Hill in Annesley, Nottinghamshire to be held in trust for the provision of a marriage portion for any daughters Lord Chaworth may have, 18 and 19 Sep

 

1673

D187/18/3

Post-nuptial settlement by which Chambre Brabazon of Eaton (Herefordshire) provided a jointure for his wife Juliana, only daughter of Lord Chaworth, agreeing to settle on her property in Ireland and Herefordshire, 18 Jul

 

1682

D187/18/4-5

Lease and counterpart from Chambre Brabazon to trustees of named properties in the county of Fermanagh (Ireland) belonging to Roger Bishop of Chogher, which Brabazon holds on a 21 year lease, to provide for his wife Juliana and his daughter Mary, 12 Apr

 

1684

D187/18/6

Assignment made between 1) Chambre Brabazon of Eaton, Leominster (Herefordshire) 2) Colcot Chambre of Dublin and 3) Dame Rebecca Lytton widow of St Andrew's Holborn parish by which Colcot, at Brabazon's request, assigned a statute merchant for £1600 to Dame Rebecca as security for her loan to Brabazon of £1,000 and £50 [interest], 19 Feb 1684/85

 

[1685]

D187/18/7

Certified copy of the will of Patricius Lord Viscount Chaworth of Annesley (Nottinghamshire) dated 30 Apr 1693, with memorandum at foot that the original will was delivered to Sir Thomas Parkins [an executor] on 12 Oct 1693

 

[c1693]

D187/18/8

Copy of the will of Katherine Brabazon of Hereford widow of the late Wallop Brabazon (5 Apr 1708)

 

(1708)

D187/18/9-10

2 parts of settlement made by Chambre Earl of Meath and Chaworth Lord Brabazon his eldest son, of the manor of East Killpark and Eaton Gamadge and lands etc in the parishes of Leominster, Stoke Prior and Kimbolton (Herefordshire) and properties in the Counties of Dublin, City of Dublin and Wicklow (Ireland) giving details of the trusts, 28 Sep

 

1710

D187/18/11

Probate and copy of the will of Chambre Earl of Meath; the principal beneficiaries were his son Edward and 3 daughters, Mary, Catherine and Frances. Refers to land in Herefordshire. Executrixes were daughters Catherine and Frances. Will dated 23 Jul 1713 and probate 2 May

 

1715

D187/18/12-13

Settlement by lease and release from Thomas and Katherine Hallowes, a daughter and co-executor of the late Chambre Earl of Meath, to Chaworth Earl of Meath and the Honourable Edward Brabazon, in consideration of Thomas and Katherine's marriage and of her marriage portion of £6,000 of manor of Mugginton, 2/3 of manor of Dethick, of Lea Mills and of 2 messuages in Lea; Thornsett Hall, lands (field names given) in Glossop, Hayfield, Muston (Leicestershire) and Barrowby and Wolstroppe near Stanwith (Lincolnshire) in trust for Thomas Hallowes for life, then for Katherine as dower, then for their...

 

1715

D187/18/14

Copy of release from Thomas and Katherine Hallowes, a daughter and co-executor of the late Chambre Earl of Meath, to Chaworth Earl of Meath and the Honourable Edward Brabazon, in consideration of Thomas and Katherine's marriage and of her marriage portion of £6,000 of manor of Mugginton, 2/3 of manor of Dethick, of Lea Mills and of 2 messuages in Lea; Thornsett Hall, lands (field names given) in Glossop, Hayfield, Muston (Leicestershire) and Barrowby and Wolstroppe near Stanwith (Lincolnshire) in trust for Thomas Hallowes for life, then for Katherine as dower, then for their sons and...

For original, see D187/18/13

1715

D187/18/15

Common recovery by Jonathan Clay petitioner against John Launder gent defendant, relating to the manors of Mugginton and Thornsett, property in same places, Brailsford, Hulland Ward, Glossop, Hayfield, Glapwell, Hucknall, Bramley, Bolsover, Scarcliffe, Dethick, Lea, Ashover and Matlock. First vouchees to warranty Elizabeth and Thomas Hallowes gent, 6 Jul 6 George I

 

[1715]

D187/18/16

The will of Chambre Earl of Meath; the principal beneficiaries were his son Edward and 3 daughters, Mary, Catherine and Frances. Refers to land in Herefordshire. Executrixes were daughters Catherine and Frances. Will dated 23 Jul 1713 but in the probate grant Catherine is described as the wife of Thomas Hallowes esq. Probate 18 Aug

 

1715

D187/19

Thomas Hallowes' bonds

 

 

D187/19/1

Bond in £200 from Thomas Hallowes to James Lunn of Normanton, Chesterfield, for payment of £100 and 5% interest, 1 Sep

 

1718

D187/19/2

Sale by Colonel Henry Ponsonby (husband of Lady Frances Brabazon) to his sister-in-law Lady Mary Brabazon of bond of 28 Mar 1716 by which Thomas Hallowes was bound in £300 to pay £150 to Lady Frances on 9 Sep 1716, but nothing has yet been paid, 6 Mar 1718/19

 

[1719]

D187/19/3

Bond in £200 from Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq to Priscilla Lowde of Ault Hucknall spinster for payment of £100 and lawful interest, 14 Dec At the foot is a receipt for £3 1s interest on £100 received from Hallowes by Francis Wagg 31 Jul 1734

 

1719

D187/19/4

Bond in £200 from Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq, to William Watson of Farnsfield, Nottinghamshire gent for payment of £100, 15 Jul

Endorsed with receipts for interest 1725/6-1730/31 [1726-1731]

 

1720

D187/19/5

Bond in £200 from Thomas Hallowes to William Watson as above for payment of £100 and 5% interest, 25 Aug

Endorsed with receipts for interest 1723/24 - 1728/29 [1724-1729]

 

1720

D187/19/6

Bond in £140 from Thomas Hallowes as above to Thomas Hardwick of Beauvale Abbey, Greasley, Nottinghamshire farmer, for payment of £70 and lawful interest, 19 Feb 1720/21

 

[1721]

D187/19/7

Bond in £240 from Thomas Hallowes as above to John J'Anson of Mansfield Woodhouse, (Nottinghamshire) for the payment of £120 and lawful interest, 1 May

Endorsed with payments made on this bond 1724/25 - 1732/33 [1725-1733]

 

1722

D187/19/8

Bond in £38 from Thomas Hallowes as above to Samuel Rotheram of Dronfield gent, James Milnes of Chesterfield gent and Joshua Wheldon of Chesterfield distiller, executors of the late Thomas Holland, for the payment of £19 and lawful interest, 8 Aug

 

1723

D187/19/9

Henry Dawson's receipt to Thomas Hallowes for a bill for £36 on Mr John ?Land of London which when paid will clear the account, 24 Feb 1724/25

Endorsed `Dawsons Bond'

 

[1725]

D187/19/10

Note that £213 3s Od has been received and that 19s is still outstanding, on original bonds for £200 altogether, and interest.

 

c1720-1725

D187/19/11

Receipt from Sam: Crompton esq, for payment by Thomas Hallowes esq of £49 1s 7d for interest on a bond from Thomas and Nathanial Hallowes to Crompton's late father Mr Abraham Crompton (dated 21 Jun 1721) and £250 18s 5d towards the principal, 10 Apr

With calculations Jun 1721 - Apr 1727 including reference to Tim Paulson

Endorsed with receipt by Samuel Crompton of £73 9s 3d, the remaining principal (in the ) bond 12 Apr 1727

 

1727

D187/19/12

Bond in £200 from Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq to John Edwards of North Wingfield ? clerk for the payment of £100, 6 Jan 1727/8

Endorsed with receipts for interest paid to Edwards 1733-1739 and for principal and interest Aug 1739

Cancelled

 

[1728]

D187/19/13-14

Receipts for interest paid by Thomas Hallowes to John Edwards 25 Oct 1735 and 12 Apr 1739

 

1735, 1739

D187/19/15

Receipt from Richard Wood of Gedling, (Nottinghamshire) clerk to Thomas Hallowes as above for £20 in full payment of capital and interest owing on a bond which his late father Samuel contracted with John Wood of Nottingham in 1705 in the penal sum of £280 to pay £140, 15 Apr

Refers to fire in the study of Mr Henry Morris of Nottingham an attorney at law 7/8 Feb 1723/24 in which the bond was burnt

 

1728

D187/19/16

Bond in £100 from Thomas Hallowes as above to Margaret Broomhead for payment of £50 and lawful interest, 4 May

 

1728

D187/19/17-26

Receipts for interest payments made by Thomas Hallowes on bonds and a mortgage, 9 Aug 1729 - 24 Dec 1733

 

1729-1733

D187/19/27

Assignment by Elizabeth widow and executrix of John Janson of Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire joiner deceased to Edward Beaumont of Newstead, Nottinghamshire, gent for £4 2s 6d, of bond in £240 from Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq for the repayment to her husband of £110 (dated 1 May 1722), on which £35 2s 11d remains due, in payment of a draft of £31 5d owed to Beaumont by Elizabeth's son Richard. 8 Apr (cont)Receipted for payment of principal and interest by Brabazon Hallowes 17 May 1744

 

1736

D187/19/28

Bond in £480 from Thomas Hallowes as above to Richard Calton of Chesterfield gent for the payment of £240, 10 Aug

 

1742

D187/19/29

Copy of bond of £2000 from Thomas How of Dublin merchant to Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq for How to pay Hallowes £1,000 without interest (25 Mar 1738)

 

18th cent

D187/20

Thomas Hallowes' mortgages

 

 

D187/20/1

Mortgage by Thomas Hallowes of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire gent eldest son and heir of Samuel Hallowes late of Glapwell gent to William Allyson of Palterton gent and Francis Boeler of Stony Houghton in Upper Langwith yeoman, of 1/7 of 1/3 of manor of Dethick and Lea, to secure £100, repaying £105, 17 Mar 1710/11

 

[1711]

D187/20/2

Mortgage by Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq to Francis Boler of Stoney Houghton yeoman of 1/7 of 1/3 of Manor of Dethick and of mills, messuages, lands etc belonging in Dethick and Lea and of 2/7 of 1/3 of manor of Dethick (and Lea), to secure £300, 17 Mar 1720/21

Endorsed with receipts of interest 1725-1735 and of `prime moneys' and interest, 5 Dec 1743

 

[1721]

D187/20/3

Mortgage by Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq to Thomas Milward the younger of Alton, Ashover, husbandman, for £300, of messuage and named closes etc (58 acres) in Glapwell, 7 AprEndorsed with receipts of interest 1728-1737 and capital and interest 15 Jul 1738 from Thomas MilwardD187/11/7/1 Note of 1 year 14 weeks interest on principal of £300 [1738]

 

1727

D187/20/4

Bond in £600 from Thomas Hallowes as above to Thomas Milward of Alton, Ashover husbandman for the payment of £300 and 5% interest in performance of the conditions in a deed of same date, 7 Apr

Endorsed `Mortgage'

 

1727

D187/20/5-6

Mortgage with counterpart by Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq to Thomas Gisborne of Derby esq of named closes in Glapwell (70 acres)

To secure £300, 25 Mar

D187/20/5 is endorsed that the £300 was the money of Mrs Sarah Parker of Derby, for whom Gisborne was a trustee.

 

1728

D187/20/7-8

Cancelled bond 25 Mar 1728 and receipt for £30 (2 years' interest) on above mortgage, 27 Mar 1732

 

1728-1732

D187/20/9

Mortgage by Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq to Richard Bagshaw of the Oakes, Norton esq of messuage and named closes in Glapwell, giving acreages, tenant, to secure £300, 4 Jan 1732/33

Endorsed with receipts for interest 1734-1738 and for payment of £400 principal, 18 Jul 1738

 

[1733]

D187/20/10

Bond for Hallowes' payment of £300 to Bagshaw as in D187/20/9, 4 Jan 1732/33

 

[1733]

D187/20/11

Deed of further charge of £100 on premises mortgaged in D187/20/9, 31 Dec

 

1734

D187/20/12-13

Assignment of mortgage as in D187/20/5-6 to Joseph Hayne of Derby gent in trust for Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq and assignment of the mortgage to Robert Holden of Foremark esq, 19 and 20 Jul

 

1733

D187/21

Children of Samuel II and Elizabeth Hallowes

 

 

D187/21/1

Quitclaim from Samuel Hallowes of Nottingham gent and Anne Hallowes of Nottingham spinster to their brother Thomas of all their rights in the portions of £500 of their late sisters Mary and Theodosia due under an agreement between Elizabeth Hallowes of Glapwell widow and her son Thomas Hallowes of Halam, Nottinghamshire on 6 Aug 1718. (Copy)

 

(1733)

D187/21/2

Bond in £1,000 from Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq to Anne Hallowes of Nottingham spinster to pay Anne £25 annually for her maintenance and £500 by his last will in accordance with the agreement between himself and his mother Elizabeth on 6 Aug 1718, 3 Apr

 

1733

D187/21/3

Bond in £1,000 from Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell to Samuel Hallowes of Nottingham gent, to pay to Samuel, 3 Apr

 

1733

D187/21/4

Memorandum in the Court of Kings Bench that differences have been settled between Samuel, Anne and Thomas Hallowes, 25 Jun

 

1733

D187/21/5

Grant to Anne Hallowes of Nottingham spinster of administration of her late brother Samuel Hallowes of Nottingham gent's property, since Nathaniel their brother has renounced his right of administration, 26 Jul

 

1748

D187/21/6

Will of Nathaniel Hallow(e)s ensign in Regiment of Foot, bequeathing real and personal estate and arrears of pay to sister Ann Hallowes, who was appointed sole executrix 3 Feb 1727.

With Hallowes' signed footnote that he has made a will to the same purport in 1733 and left it in the hands of Mr Nathaniel Charnels of Nottingham.

 

[1728]

D187/21/7

Probate of will of Nathaniel Hallowes (made on 19 October 1733 when an ensign in Regiment of Invalids) late a lieutenant in Regiment of Invalids, 4 May

 

1751

D187/21/8

R Calton junior's letter to Anne Hallowes at Nottingham enclosing copies of her nephew Hallowes' brothers' and sisters' release on Hollingworth's farm, all except that of Kitty, who married Mr Cromwell. On 10 Apr 1751, Hollingworths' farm was mortgaged for £1,000 now paid off by her nephew. Is sending draft of rent charge to her etc. Discusses details for Brabazon's provision of an annuity for Anne.

1 Aug

 

1752

D187/21/9

Release by Anne Hallowes of Nottingham spinster to Brabazon Hallowes of £500, being the remainders of the portions due to her brothers brothers Samuel (died 1748)and Nathaniel (died 1751), Anne being sole executirix of her brothers, for which Brabazon will make Anne an annuity of £42 10s, payable out of the revenues of properties now in the tenure of Roger Hollingworth. 14 Apr

 

1753

D187/21/10

Probate of will of Nathaniel Hallowes (made on 19 October 1733 when an ensign in Regiment of Invalids) late a lieutenant in Regiment of Invalids, 4 May

For original, see D187/21/7

1751

D187/21/11

Draft of grant of annuity of £42 10s by Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq (eldest son and heir of Thomas Hallowes esq) to Anna or Anne Hallowes of Nottingham spinster, in consideration of her having discharged Brabazon from the payment to her of sums of £300 and £200, due to her from the estates of her brothers Samuel and Nathaniel both deceased, the annuity to be paid from a messuage with lands in Glapwell, Hucknall, Bramley, Bolsover and Scarcliffe in Roger Hollingworth's tenure at a rent of £84 per annum.

14 Apr

 

1753

D187/21/12-13

Both parts of grant of annuity of £42 10s by Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq (eldest son and heir of Thomas Hallowes esq) to Anna or Anne Hallowes of Nottingham spinster, in consideration of her having discharged Brabazon from the payment to her of sums of £300 and £200, due to her from the estates of her brothers Samuel and Nathaniel both deceased, the annuity to be paid from a messuage with lands in Glapwell, Hucknall, Bramley, Bolsover and Scarcliffe in Roger Hollingworth's tenure at a rent of £84 per annum.

Recites an agreement of 6 Aug 1718 between Elizabeth Hallowes widow and son...

 

1753

D187/22

Thomas Hallowes' wills

 

 

D187/22/1

Will of Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq: Recites conveyance to Mr George Bowre of messuage etc at Great Aspinshaw, Glossop (part of the estate settled at Hallowes' marriage and to indemnify Bowre, Hallowes had conveyed to him lands in Glapwell as security, now he ensures Bowre's possession of the Glossop property, settling Glapwell property on his sons providing that Bowre should be left undisturbed in the Aspinshaw house.

He conveyed capital messuage at Glapwell and all other properties in Glapwell, Bolsover

Scarcliffe and Halt Hucknall, 1/3 (other than what is in marriage settlement) of...

 

1724

D187/22/2

Will of Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq: Recites conveyance to Mr George Bowre of messuage etc at Great Aspinshaw, Glossop (part of the estate settled at Hallowes' marriage) and to indemnify Bowre, Hallowes had conveyed to him lands in Glapwell as security, now he ensures Bowre's possession of the Glossop property, settling Glapwell property on his sons providing that Bowre should be left undisturbed in the Aspinshaw house.

He conveyed capital messuage at Glapwell and all other properties in Glapwell, Bolsover

Scarcliffe and Halt Hucknall, 1/3 (other than what is in marriage settlement) of...

For original, see D187/22/1

 

D187/22/3

Draft instructions for Mr Hallowes' will making provision for children mentioned in earlier will with addition of son John, 17 Jan 1738/9

 

[1739]

D187/22/4

Copy of Thomas Hallowes' will: his eldest son Brabazon is to have the property in Glapwell, Bolsover, Scarcliffe, Ault Hucknall and Dethick, other than what is reserved by Thomas's marriage settlement. The property is charged with the payments of £600 apiece to Thomas's children Juliana, Chaworth, Chambre, Catherine, Frances and John at 21 or on marriage and in the meantime they are to be maintained from the interest on these sums. Since it has proved expensive to apprentice his son William in London, he is to have only £450 on the completion of his apprenticeship. All Thomas's children are...

 

[1740]

D187/22/5

Inventory of the goods, chattels and personal estate of Thomas Hallowes late of Glapwell esq deceased. Items are listed room by room, with lists of china, glass and plate, outdoor goods (livestock, stacks) farm equipment, goods at Muston (principally farm equipment and livestock); rents due from Mugginton, `Dethwick' Glapwell and Thornsett (1739-1740); totals of the inventory, accounts of executors including for goods sold.

 

1740-1746

D187/22/6

Quitclaim from Chambre Hallowes, Catherine Cromwell widow, William Hallowes and Samuel Abson and Frances his wife to Chaworth Hallowes and James Gibson and Juliana his wife (Chaworth and Juliana as executors of the will of their father Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq) for various sums paid them as their share of their father's personal estate, 29 Sep

Endorsed with receipt and discharge by John Hallowes now of age for his share as above, 15 Nov 1751

 

1748

D187/22/7

Release by Juliana Gibson, Chaworth and William Hallowes, William Abson and wife Frances, John Hallowes, of capital messuage at Glapwell, all other houses and lands etc in Glapwell, Bolsover, Scarcliff and Ault Hucknall to Brabazon Hallowes eldest son of Thomas Hallowes late of Glapwell esq discharged from legacies etc of Thomas Hallowes' will, except those not yet paid which remain charged on the premises and 1/7 of 1/3 of the manor of Dethick, 19 Nov

 

1750

D187/22/8

Mortgage by Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq to Edward Bellamy of Rotherham, Yorkshire, surgeon for £600 rent on 24 July to Hallowes and secured on a bond and a further £400, of Brindley Farm (farmhouse and 165 acres) in tenure of Roger Hollinworth, 10 Apr

Endorsed with note of repayment, undated

 

1751

D187/22/9

Release by John Hallowes of St John's College gent son of Thomas Hallowes to Brabazon Hallowes for his legacies of £600 and £400 and for his share of value of goods Brabazon purchased from his father's estate, 9 Nov

 

1751

D187/22/10

Release by Chambre Hallowes son of Thomas Hallowes for his legacies of £600 and £400, 29 Nov

 

1751

D187/22/11-12

Copies of Chambre Hallowes' release, by Juliana widow of James Gibson of Hicklington, Nottinghamshire clerk, Chaworth Hallowes, William Hallowes, Samuel Abson of Kneesal, Nottinghamshire clerk and wife Frances, and John Hallowes to Brabazon Hallowes of messuage and farm in Ault Hucknall from legacies, portions bequeathed to them, enabling him to mortgage or sell the property (19 Nov 1750) Copies 1 Aug 1752 and 12 Apr 1753, the latter endorsed Hollingworth's Farm omitting reference to William Hallowes (4 Jan 1750/51 [1751]). Copies made 1 Aug 1752, 12 Apr 1753

 

1752-1753

D187/22/13-14

2 copies of release by Juliana widow of James Gibson of Hicklington, Nottinghamshire clerk, Chaworth Hallowes, William Hallowes, Samuel Abson of Kneesal, Nottinghamshire clerk and wife Frances, and John Hallowes to Brabazon Hallowes of messuage and farm in Ault Hucknall from legacies, portions bequeathed to them, enabling him to mortgage or sell the property (19 Nov 1750) Copies 1 Aug 1752 and 12 Apr 1753, the latter endorsed Hollingworth's Farm

 

1752-1753

D187/22/15

Release by John Devaynes and Juliana (Hallowes) his wife of St Mary Le Bow, London and by Samuel Abson clerk and Frances (Hallowes) his wife of Kirklington, (Nottinghamshire) to Brabazon eldest son of Thomas Hallowes late of Glapwell esq deceased, of legacies of £600 and £400 bequeathed to each of his daughters Juliana and Frances by Thomas, 24 Feb

 

1753

D187/22/16

Release by Chaworth son of Thomas Hallowes to Brabazon Hallowes for his legacies of £600 and £400 under the will of Thomas and £56 interest 25 Feb

 

1756

D187/22/17

Release by William son of Thomas Hallowes to Brabazon Hallowes for his legacies of £450 and £400 under his father's will on final payment of £316, 29 Sep

 

1779

D187/23

Brabazon Hallowes, early mortgages, marriage

 

 

D187/23/1

Mortgage by demise for 500 years from Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq to Robert Watts of Barlow yeoman to secure £500 and 4% interest, of the manor of Glapwell and lands belonging, 27 Sep

 

1742

D187/23/2

Related bond for repayment, 27 Sep

Cancelled

 

1742

D187/23/3-4

Marriage settlement of Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq and Anne Jackson daughter of Anne Jackson of Mansfield Woodhouse widow, in consideration of Anne the daughter's marriage portion of £3,000, and deed to lead the uses of a recovery in order to dock estates tail, settling the manor of Dethick or Dedwick, Lea water corn mill, 2 messuages or farms in Lea and named lands in Muston, Leicestershire and Barrowby and Walstrope near Stanwith, Lincolnshire, with reference to increase of £2,000 in Anne's marriage portion in her mother's will, 9 and 10 Dec

 

1742

D187/23/5

Extracts from recoveries relating to Muston (Leicestershire): Jonathan Clay against John Launder, Thomas Hallowes vouchee, Trinity Term 1715 and Ann Jackson widow and Levett Blackborne, Brabazon Hallowes vouchee, Trinity Term 1743

 

18th cent

D187/23/6-9

Both parts of lease and release by Brabazon Hallowes esq to make a tenant to the precipe to suffer a recovery in order to dock estates tail in the manor of Glapwell, Glapwell Hall, messuages and lands (giving tenants and rents) 930 acres in all in Glapwell, Hanging [Ault] Hucknall, Bramley, Bolsover and Scarcliffe, spring woods (40 acres) in the same places, manor of Mugginton, messuages and lands (giving tenants and rents) in Mugginton, Brailsford and Hulland Ward, 480 acres in all and half Mugginton rectory, and to lead the uses of the recovery to Hallowes, his heirs and assigns for ever...

 

1751

D187/23/10

Inspeximus of common recovery as under D187/23/6-9, Hilary Term 25 George II

 

[1752]

D187/23/11

"Abstract of Mr Hallowes' settlement & Title to his Estates" (1715 - 1752)

 

18th cent

D187/23/12-14

Mortgage by lease and release with counterpart of release, from Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq to Alexander Barker of Edensor gent of the manor of Mugginton and specified messuages and lands, giving tenants and rents, in all 480 acres, in Mugginton, Brailsford and Hulland Ward and half the impropriate rectory of Mugginton to secure £4,000 and interest at 3½ in lieu of 4% (details given) 3 and 4 Jul 1752

D187/23/12-13 are endorsed with lease and release of the premises by Emanuel Barker of Bakewell esq nephew and heir at law of Alexander Barker, John Barker of Edensor esq executor of...

 

1752,1792

D187/23/15-19

Bonds for the repayment of the mortgage as in D187/23/12-14 and deeds of further charge on the premises of £1,000 and £1,000

 

1752-1756

D187/23/20

Declaration of trust by Alexander Barker that the money lent on the mortgage from Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq to Alexander Barker of Edensor gent of the manor of Mugginton and specified messuages and lands, giving tenants and rents, in all 480 acres, in Mugginton, Brailsford and Hulland Ward and half the impropriate rectory of Mugginton to secure £4,000 and interest at 3½ in lieu of 4% (details given) 3 and 4 Jul 1752 was the money of the Duchess of Devonshire, 6 Jul

 

1752

D187/23/21-22

Receipts for interest payments

 

1787-1788

D187/23/23

Legal bill for reconveyance of Mugginton estate

 

1792

D187/24

Brabazon Hallowes 1756 - 1792

 

 

D187/24/1

Articles of agreement made between

1) John Pepys Jackson of Bishops Hull, Somerset esq. eldest son of Anne Jackson of the same place widow deceased

2) Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq and wife Anne, eldest daughter and an executrix of Anne Jackson widow

3) John Cockerell of Bishops Hull esq and wife Frances youngest daughter and the other executrix of Anne Jackson widow

Recites in part marriage settlement for Brabazon and Anne Hallowes (10 Dec 1742) regarding augmentation by her mother of Anne Hallowes marriage portion by £2,000 and Brabazon's undertaking to settle further property on his ...

 

1756

D187/24/2

Deed to lead the uses of fines made between 1) Brabazon Hallowes and his wife Ann 2) John Cockerell and his wife Frances of parish of St George, Southwark and 3) Levet Blackbourne of Lincolns Inn in order to sever the joint tenancy of the first 2 parties to property once belonging to the late Mrs Ann Jackson of Bishops Hull, Somerset, the mother of Mrs Hallowes and Mrs Cockerell in Norfolk, Northamptonshire, Surrey and Middlesex, 4 Feb

 

1765

D187/24/3

Settlement by Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq for £2,000 bequeathed by Anne Jackson his wife Anne's mother of 4 messuages with lands, giving tenants and rents, in Glapwell, (Hanging) Hucknall, Bramley, Bolsover and Scarcliffe, on his wife Anne as an increase in jointure (with further uses declared), 30 Oct

 

1779

D187/24/4

Settlement in consideration of the intended marriage of Sir Robert Barker of Busbridge, Godalming, Surrey and Anne only daughter of Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell, settling manor of Dethick and lands etc in Dethick and in counties of Derby, Leicester and Lincoln comprised in deeds of 9 and 10 Dec 1742 and 4 farms in Glapwell as in deeds of 29 and 30 Oct last, manor of Glapwell, Glapwell Hall, and farms and lands (giving tenants and rents) in Glapwell, Hucknall, Bramley, Bolsover and Scarcliffe (except the 4 farms previously mentioned) as in deeds of 19 and 30 Oct last, and Anne's legacy of...

 

1779

D187/24/5

Appointment by Brabazon and Ann Hallowes of estates in Norfolk, Northamptonshire, Surrey and Middlesex bequeathed by Mrs Ann Jackson, Mrs Hallowes' mother, to the uses of Brabazon Hallowes' deed or will, 18 Apr

 

1785

D187/24/6

Rough draft of the will of Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq

 

1785

D187/24/7

Grant of administration of the estate of his late wife Ann to Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq. 17 May

 

1786

D187/24/8

Archbishop of Cantebury's verdict in lawsuit arising out of will of the late Mrs Ann Jackson mother of Mrs Ann Hallowes and Mrs Frances Cockerell, both also deceased: plaintiff Samuel Pepys Cockerell, son of Frances, defendants included Brabazon Hallowes whose wife Ann had been executor for her mother. Addressed to the Reverend Abraham Blackbourne who was granted administration of goods of the deceased, 23 Nov 1787

 

1787

D187/24/9

Draft will of Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq, making provision for his daughter Dame Ann Barker: chief beneficiaries are brother William's surviving children Thomas and Ann and brother John's children Frances and Ann Smith, 13 Jan

 

1792

D187/25

Miscellaneous c1767 - 1784

 

 

D187/25/1

Account of assets of Chaworth Earl of Meath including sums due to, or received by, Mr Hallowes' family

 

c1767

D187/25/2

Account of sums paid to sons and daughters of Thomas Hallowes deceased

Endorsed Mr Devaynes' general account of the remittances from Ireland, 15 May

 

1767

D187/25/3

Copy of appointment by Brabazon Hallowes, the Reverend Chaworth Hallowes of Pleasley, William Hallowes of Glapwell esq the Reverend George Hartfield of Doncaster and his wife Catherine, the Reverend Samuel Abson of Eakring, Nottinghamshire and his wife Frances, John Devaynes of London esq and his wife Juliana, legatees under the will of the late Chaworth Earl of Meath, of John Devaynes as attorney to collect their legacies of £283 11s 6d each (3 Oct 1772)

With copy of Devaynes' receipt for £1701 8s 10½d from the Earls' attorney

 

(1772)

D187/25/4

Copy of the will of Thomas Bury of parish of St James, Westminster [grandson of the elder Samuel Hallowes of Norton and second wife Ann]. Devised 2 farms in Stambourne, Essex, properties in Cortlingstock and Ruddington, Nottinghamshire Loughborough, Roadley and Barwell, Leicestershire and in Mugginton and Hulland (devised to him by his uncle William Hallowes esq), in trust for his sisters Ann Bury and Dorothy Plumptre for life, then to his nephew William Bury and his heirs [2 May 1771]

Also refers to £3,800 Old South Sea Annimities, niece Judith Letitia Eyre, Ann Hamar (William Bury's...

 

(1772)

D187/25/5

Letter from John Wright jun at Eyam to [Frances Hallowes] Abson's brother and trustee concerning title etc of an estate at Foolow bought by Mr Abson from Wright's father as a settlement from Mrs Abson, 10 Sep

 

1770

D187/25/6

Note to inquire for marriage articles of Samuel Abson and Frances Hallowes (1744) and conveyance by the Wrights to Chaworth Hallowes of Foolow estate (1753) etc

 

c1770

D187/25/7/1-2

Memorandum with account relating to Edward Earl of Meath's foreclosure of a mortgage on the late Sir Thomas Prendergast's estate (which includes reference to Mr Hallowes' family) and related letter to Devoyne from brother Jack (John Hallowes) both written at Dublin

 

1772-1773

D187/25/8

Letter from J Hallowes at Ushers Island, Dublin, referring to letter from Devaynes, bemoaning own folly, rejected idea of selling out of the army etc.

21 Apr

 

1773

D187/25/9

Copy of will of Chambre Hallowes formerly of Dublin and now of Glapwell esq, devising farm called Seizing Park in Mount Kennedy county Wicklow, Ireland in trust for the Reverend Chaworth Hallowes of Glapwell (with further trusts in default of heirs) and making monetary bequests to several members of the Hallowes family and related families. Executor brother Brabazon Hallowes (17 Oct 1774)

With copy of codicil making further monetary bequests to family (codicil 2 Nov 1774)

 

1775

D187/25/10

Letter from William Hallowes at Dublin to the Reverend Chaworth Hallowes at Palterton, reporting journey to Ireland and visit to Mr Glascock about unspecified estate, brother Jack's misdoings etc

1 Mar

 

1775

D187/25/11

Receipted bills for books bought from Dillon Chamberlaine printer and bookseller at Faulkner's Head (No 38) in Dame Street, Dublin, 12 Apr

 

1775

D187/25/12/1-6

Account and receipts relating to payments due from M Hallowes, including debts due to John Devaynes, with Devaynes bill for medicines

 

1782-1784

D187/26

William Hallowes and his family

 

 

D187/26/1-6

Legal bills relating to the affairs of William Hallowes esq, with related papers covering the period 1780 - 1791, but dated 1787 - 1791

 

1787-1791

D187/26/7-13

Receipts from William Manley for money for Mrs Sarah Hallowes (once referred to as her husband's executor) with one receipt for money paid by her, Jun 1787 - Jan 1788

 

1787-1788

D187/26/14

Receipt from Chaworth Hallowes for money agreed to be paid him by his brother William deceased for Chaworth's life estate in Seizing Park, Ireland, paid by Sarah Hallowes, William's widow and executrix, 24 Oct

 

1787

D187/26/15

Letter with reference to account with Mrs Hallowes, 29 Dec

 

1787

D187/26/16-18

Accounts between William Manley and Mrs Sarah Hallowes (1781-1788)

 

c.1788

D187/26/19-20

Papers relating to marriage treaty of Catherine Hallowes and John Cowpe or Coupe, 1 Dec 1791 and undated

 

c.1791

D187/26/21

Letter from B Hallowes at Glapwell that he dislikes his niece Catherine's `going on' and intends to make a codicil to his will "to prevent them having any chance from me". Addressed to Mr Manley at Chesterfield 11 Dec

 

1791

D187/26/22

Letter with references to an account and that Mr Hallowes will give himself no trouble in this business than what he is compelled to take, to Mr Manley, 12 Dec

 

1791

D187/26/23

Assignment by Catherine daughter of William Hallowes late of Dethick (`Dethwick') esq deceased to Brabazon Hallowes in consideration of his payment to her of £1012 4s, of her half share of Irish debts (see below) of £315 8s

Recites in part the will of William Hallowes dated 2 Sep 1785 referring to his house and lands in Dethick and Matlock, wife Sarah, brothers the Reverend Chambre and Brabazon Hallowes, Sir Robert Barker, John Devaynes apothecary, children Thomas, William, Catherine and Anne; that wife Sarah and son William have died

Recites that part of William Hallowes personalty...

 

1791

D187/26/24

Letter from W Glastock to William Manley esq at Chesterfield sending 10 guineas for his trouble on Glascock's account and referring to charges relating to the Hallowes family, 28 Dec

 

1791

D187/26/25

Draft for Mr Glascock's concluding account with Brabazon Hallowes; includes referral to rents from Seizin Park Estate (1791 - 1793)

 

c1793

D187/27

Survey, rentals, papers

 

 

D187/27-30

Hallowes family - estate

 

 

D187/27/1

An account of the affairs of Mugginton `you' desired me to give you; relates to the conduct of Scroope since he became Bayley [bailiff] to your grandfather in the last 30 years.

He is accused of harshness and injustice and with allowing buildings to be ruined and timber `fauln' [?felled], with names and details and includes reference to neighbours' attempts to help those badly treated, 9 Mar `1710/9'

 

1710

D187/27/2

Rent roll of Mugginton, Michaelmas

 

1715

D187/27/3

Rent roll giving tenants' names and rents for Mugginton and Muston (Leicestershire), totals for Ireland, and Dethick

 

1717

D187/27/4

Survey of the lordship of Glapwell. Records tenants, house etc, field names, acreages, rents, 27 Sep

 

1721

D187/27/5

Survey of the demesne land at Glapwell recording field names and acreages

 

 

D187/27/6

Letter from William Hallowes at Nottingham to Thomas Hallowes esq at Glapwell, concerning the possibility that Thomas might lease William's estate at Mugginton, with details of intended lease, 2 Apr

 

1729

D187/27/7

Letter, William Hallowes to Mr John Brumet at Glapwell, concerning a rent due to Hallowes from Tim Palson when he failed: his nephew Hallowes is William's tenant for the land he has at Mugginton and is seizing Palson's goods and effects, from Nottingham 7 Jan 1734/35

 

[1735]

D187/27/8

Account of William Callcroft's tenancy of Mr Hallowes Farm at Muston, including rents, land tax, tithes, wintering sheep 1742-1743, account settled 13 Aug

 

1744

D187/27/9

Mugginton rental, Whitsun

 

1742

D187/27/10

Copy of a decree relating to the division of the Belper, Chevin and Holland Wards, in a case the Attorney General against the Earl of Newcastle. Confirmed 22 and 23 Charles I. With note that the grant of 1/3 of the Wards to Charles Sidnam esq was made 10 Charles I [1634-1635]

 

c.1671

D187/27/11

Case relating to Holland Ward enclosure, which it was claimed treated Mugginton unfairly. Lord Scarsdale, after initial opposition, had signed the bill for the enclosure, but it is opposed by Mr Jodrell lord of Duffield Manor and Mr Hallowes lord of Mugginton Manor. Gives information on area of enclosure, payment of land tax, cottage and encroachment rents etc

 

c.1769

D187/27/12

List of books taken from Henry Gregory 2 Sep 1776 with some values and list of books given by Mr Dodsley Apr 1777

Endorsed list of books for Mr Dodsley and Bought at Tissington sale

 

1777

D187/27/13

Schedule of acreage of Brabazon Hallowes' estate at Muston in Leicestershire and Lincolnshire, totalling c161 acres, giving field names. By S J Andrew, 21 Oct

 

1777

D187/27/14

Letter from [the Earl of] Scarsdale to unnamed correspondent who has complained about rabbit damage at Ravensdale Park, 13 Jul

 

1781

D187/27/15

Receipt for £7 7s 6d paid by ?Mr Hallowes for wine to Jonathan Michie, 4 Jun

 

1784

D187/27/16

Receipt for 4s 6d paid by Brabazon Hallowes esq for amongst other things making a road through the snow, to Joseph Outram, 27 Mar

 

1786

D187/27/17

Mrs Bullivant's bill for `nuse' [?news], food-stuffs, washing, catching rats etc, Feb-May paid 13 Jun to Mary Richardson

 

1786

D187/27/18-19

Bill for work done for Benjamin `Hollows' esq by John Bundy coachmaker, Long Acre [London] 1787 and Bundy's receipt for cost of post chaise and harness £61 1s, 12 Jul

 

1787

D187/27/20

Acknowledgement by Brabazon Hallowes at Glapwell of receipt of draft for £180 on Goslings from Mr Manley, 21 Nov

 

1787

D187/27/21

Bill for surveying, making plan of estate in Glapwell, for Thomas Hallowes esq from James Green, May

 

1807

D187/27/22

Letter from Edward Smith Godfrey at ?Newark, Nottinghamshire to Thomas Hallowes esq at Glapwell asking for tithe rent of 15s per annum from Glapwell due to the Duke of Portland for the last 16 years, £12 in all, 12 Feb

 

1812

D187/27/23

Receipt for tithe rent in Glapwell due to Duke of Portland, 22 Mar

 

1838

D187/27/24, 25

Copies of glebe terriers for Ault Hucknall (23 Jun 1705 and 20 Sep 1810)

 

19th cent

D187/27/26

Account of quantity of land subject to tithes in parish of Ault Hucknall, giving owners'/tenants' names, acreages and rating

 

1840

D187/28

Lease by Samuel Hallowes and Sarah Mellor and leases by Thomas Hallowes

 

 

D187/28/1

Lease for 21 years by Samuel Hallowes and Sarah Mellor of Wirksworth widow to Henry Gregory of Dethick yeoman of house, barn and named lands in Dethick, rent £28 annually of which Hallowes will receive £18 13s 4d and Sarah Mellor £9 6s 8d, 10 Jun

 

1693

D187/28/2

Lease by Thomas Hallowes to Richard Hodson of Dethick farmer of capital messuage and named closes in Dethick reserving woods and mines (with liberty to Hallowes to make charcoal and to sink and sough [drain] mines) for 11 years, rent £79 10s per annum. Includes detailed agricultural covenants, 26 Mar

 

1720

D187/28/3-4

Lease by Thomas Hallowes to Timothy Pigott of Bolsover husbandman of messuage at Bramley Lane, Ault Hucknall, and lands belonging, reserving timber and minerals (with liberty for Hallowes to fell coke and `charke' timber, sink pits, make fishponds and fish and hunt on the premises) for 21 years, rent £96 per annum and 2 fat capons/chickens at Christmas. Includes detailed agricultural covenants, 20 Mar 1728, with counterpart.

 

[1729]

D187/29

Leases by Brabazon Hallowes

 

 

D187/29/1

To Rebekah Lomas widow and Joshua Lomas husbandman both of Dethick, of messuage at Dethick with named lands, for 21 years, rent £74 16s, 23 Mar

 

1759

D187/29/2-3

To Thomas Salt of Mugginton blacksmith, of messuage with garden in Mugginton, for 42 years, rent 2s 6d per annum, 24 Mar Endorsed that Salt has built blacksmith shop adjoining the messuage and that he may only pay the reserved rent for the whole, 23 Feb 1761

 

1760

D187/29/4

To John Bowham of Mugginton farmer, of messuage and named closes (52 acres), for 21 years, rent £29 1s per annum, 1 May (signed John Boam)

 

1767

D187/29/5

To Nathaniel Vickers of Mugginton farmer of messuage and named closes (49 acres) for 21 years, rent £24 11s 4d per annum, 1 May

 

1767

D187/29/6

To Thomas Vickers of Mugginton farmer of messuage in Muggington and named closes (40 acres) for 21 years, rent £21 13s 8d per annum, 1 May

 

1767

D187/29/7-8

To John Beeston of Mugginton yeoman of messuage adjoining north side of church in Muggington with named closes (71 acres) for 21 years, rent £40 14s per annum, 16 Mar

With counterpart

 

1771

D187/29/9

To John Beeston of Mugginton husbandman of new erected messuage and 68 acres of land for 21 years, rent £45 15s per annum 25 Mar

 

1786

D187/29/10

To Joseph Salt blacksmith of messuage and garden in Muggington, for 30 years, rent 2s 6d per annum until 1802, then £1 10s per annum, 27 Jan

 

1787

D187/29/11

To William Beeston of Mugginton farmer of new erected messuage in Mugginton with 45 acres of land, for 21 years, rent £29 3s 7d

 

1788

D187/29/12, 13

To Thomas Vickers of Mugginton farmer of messuage and named closes (40 acres) for 20 years, rent £21 13s 8d per annum, 18 Sep

 

1789

D187/29/14-15

To Samuel Maberley of Mugginton husbandman of new erected messuage in Mugginton and named closes (7 acres) for 21 years, rent £5 10s per annum, 3 May

With counterpart

 

1791

D187/29/16, 17

To James Wheeldon of Mugginton farmer of ancient public house at Mugginton and named closes (47 acres) for 19 years, rent £24 11s 4d per annum, 25 Mar

 

1792

D187/30

Leases of Mugginton property to Bateman family

 

 

D187/30/1-2

By Brabazon Hallowes to John Bateman of Mugginton husbandman of messuage and lands belonging (134 acres), Hallowes' share of tithes arising from the premises, for 42 years, rent £78 per annum; Bateman will within 2 years spend £100 or more building a malthouse and granary, kilns, cisterns, steeping vats, drying floor, garners, near to the house, 25 Mar

With counterpart

 

1760

D187/30/3-4

As above to William Bateman of Mugginton husbandman, of new erected messuage, land and tithes as in 1760 lease, for 31 years, rent £78 per annum, 25 Mar

With counterpart

 

1786

D187/30/5

By Dame Anne Barker of Glapwell to William Bateman of Mugginton farmer, of new erected messuage, land and tithes for 23 years, rent £78 per annum, 25 Mar (counterpart).

 

1810

D187/31

Brabazon Hallowes as guarantor

 

 

D187/31-36

Hallowes family - personal documents

 

 

D187/31/1

Bond in £2000 from Joseph Briggs of Scarcliff gent to Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq for Briggs to indemnify Hallowes from the bond in £1,500 entered into jointly by Briggs and Hallowes, for Briggs to account for rents etc received from the estates of Henrietta Cavendish Holles Countess Dowager of Oxford and Mortimer and her trustees as their steward or agent, 24 Jul

 

1749

D187/32

Rectory of Pleasley and Chaworth Hallowes

 

 

D187/32/1

Grant by Henry Thornhill of Chesterfield esq to Brabazon Hallowes of Glapwell esq for £1,050 of the next presentation to Pleasley parish to which Blabazon will present his brother Chaworth, 19 Feb

 

1756

D187/32/2

Declaration by Brabazon Hallowes that the sum of £1,050 was the money of Chaworth Hallowes, 19 Feb

 

1756

D187/32/3

Ordination of Chaworth Hallowes MA of St John's College, Cambridge as deacon by the Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, 10 Jul

 

1757

D187/32/4

Ordination of Chaworth Hallowes as priest, 17 Jul

 

1757

D187/32/5-6

Institution and induction of Chaworth Hallowes clerk to Rectory of Pleasley on resignation of William Barker, the last incumbent, 18 and 19 Jul

 

1757

D187/32/7

Receipt for payment of the first fruits of Pleasley Rectory by Chaworth Hallowes clerk, 8 Sep

 

1757

D187/32/8

Copy of terrier of lands and tithes belonging to Pleasley Rectory (14 Oct 1755) 21 Aug, the latest terrier which can be found at Lichfield

 

1762

D187/32/9

Terrier for Pleasley Rectory as above, 26 Aug

 

1762

D187/33

Public Office - Sheriff and Deputy Lieutenant

 

 

D187/33/1/1-25

Bundle of bills paid by Brabazon Hallowes esq as sheriff for expenses of Lent and Summer Assizes. These include food, clothing, painted banners, horse fodder etc, ale, candles, bellringing etc

 

1769

D187/33/2

Sheriff's account of issues of office from Michaelmas 8 George III - Michaelmas 9 George III [1768-1769] and quittance 30 Jul

 

1770

D187/33/3

Appointment of Thomas Hallowes esq as Deputy Lieutenant of Derbyshire, 1 Oct

 

1804

D187/33/4

File of letters patent relating to the appointment of Thomas Hallowes esq as sheriff of Derbyshire, 12 Feb 57 George III

 

[1817]

D187/33/5

Turnover [transfer] of county court books, presentments and suit roll books for the hundred of Morleston and Litchurch, the freeholders book, county gaol and prisoners (named) from William Osborne undersheriff to John Peel esq late sheriff deceased to Thomas Hallowes present sheriff, 22 Feb

 

1817

D187/33/6

Bond in £2000 from John Webster innkeeper, William Stevens silversmith and John Hall sadler, all of Derby to Thomas Hallowes of Glapwell esq high sheriff, for the performance of John Webster's duties (given in detail) as bailiff for the Hundred of Morleston and Litchurch, as appointed by Hallowes, 22 Feb

 

1817

D187/33/7

Covenants from William Eaton of Derby gent appointed gaoler by Thomas Hallowes esq sheriff, relating to his performance as goaler (details given) 22 Feb

 

1817

D187/33/8

Bond in £5000 from William Eaton gent, Thomas Eaton gent and Richard Eaton hosier, all of Derby to Thomas Hallowes esq high sheriff, 22 Feb

 

1817

D187/33/9

Lists of jurors

Names of the Grand Jury, Lent Assizes, endorsed

Thomas Hallowes esq Sheriff, marked up

 

c1817

D187/33/10

Names of jurors at the Summer Assizes

 

c1817

D187/34

Commission of Thomas Hallowes esq as a company captain in the Old Militia, 12 Mar

 

1799

D187/34

The Old Militia

 

 

D187/35

Henry Herring

 

 

D187/35/1-4

Papers relating to the admission of Henry Herring to Bethlem Hospital, clothing for him, removal to Hoxton and lodging costs paid for by Mr Devaynes

 

1771-1772

D187/36

King Charles II and escape after Battle of Worcester

 

late 17th cent

D187/36

Soft bound volume of accounts of Charles II's escape from Worcester comprising an account said to have been dictated to Mr Pepys by the King himself and others by the Queen Mother [Henrietta Maria], father Huddleston, Colonel Phillipps and Captain Alford (1651-1684)

 

late 17th cent

D187/37

Exemplification of common recovery: Katherine Norwich spinster and William Fellows esq petitioners against Thomas Callow and Thomas Parker gents concerning 50 acres of meadow, 300 of pasture, 12 of wood and 20 of heath and furze in Keythorpe and Ingby parish (Leicestershire) and half Keythorpe manor, first vouchees to warranty Geoffrey Palmer esq and others, second vouchee John Wheeler, 27 Nov 8 William III

 

[1696]

D187/37

Miscellaneous

 

 

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