Legal agreement regarding the transfer of land from John Humble to Robert Hilton in the Ropery, West Little Field; messuage, garden/orchard, curtilag and 2 stables; and The Garth

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1724-10-31
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RAIS/1/3/2
Transcription:
Stockton ~

[1] memorandum quod Tricesimo primo Die Octobris An[n]o R[eg]ni D[omi]ni n[ost]ri Georgii nunc magne Britanie e[t]c Regis undecimo ven[it] Joh[an]nes Humble Jun[ior] Extra Cur[iam] apud Stockton Coram Johne Rudd ar[migero] Deput[ato] David Hilton ar[migero] Sen[escal]li Et Cepit de D[omi]no Tria mesuagia un[um] Gardin[um] Sive pomar[ium] unam parvam Cl[aus]um vocat[um] le Garth mesuagi[um] pred[ictum] adjungen[tes] & un[am] Curtilag[ium] aretro mesuag[ium] predictum adjungen[tes] Sicut modo Dividitur & duo Stabull[a] ac et[iam] decem acr[ras] un[am] rod[am] & vigint & duas pertic[a] terr[e] Sive plus Sive minus in le Ropery Jacens in le West little feild abuttan[s] Sup[er] le Garth ends ex parte Oriental[i] terr[e] nup[er] Marci Wapps ex parte austral[i] & Sup[er] terr[e] nup[er] John Atkinson ex partibus occidental[i] & boreal[i] nunc in duas Clausur[a] Divis[u]s cu[m] p[er]tin[enciis] in Stockton que quid[e]m p[re]missa Sunt in Sep[er]a[tu]s poss[ess]ione Georgii Walker Cler[ici] Marie Olliver vid[uae] Willi Deighton Ed[ward]ri Dawson Joh[an]nis Wilkinson & Thome Alberknot In quibus Rob[ert]tus Hilton Gen[orosus] inde habens jus totum jus Statu[m] titul[m] Cla[meu]m Interesse & Demand[aundem] Sua Sursum redd[ebat] & quiet Clam[avit] in manus D[ominu]m ad opus & usum p[re]d[ic]t[um] Joh[an]nis Habend[um] eid[em] Joh[an]ni[s] Humble & Sequel[is] Suis in Jure S[e]c[un]d[u]m Cons[uetudinem] Cur[ie] redd[endo] inde p[er] ann[u]m ad ter[m]i[n]os usual[es] ut prius redd[ere] Soleb[a]t & fac[iendo] D[omi]no & vicin[is] que Incumb[un]t p[er] pledg[ium] etc Sup[er]inde Admiss[us] est inde Tenens

Memorandum that this Surrender is upon Condition that if the Said Robert Hilton and Lancelot Hilton or either of them their or either of their heires Exec'rs Adm's or As's or any of them do and Shall well and truely

[1] The words ‘Dimissio iiij s=vj d ~[illegible]' are written in the margin at this point in the text.

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pay or cause to be paid unto the Said John Humble his Exec'rs adm'rs or as's the full and Just Sume of Six hundred pounds of Lawfull money of Great Britanie at the time and in Such manner as is mentoned and Expressed in the Condition of a bond bearing even date herewith from the Said Robert Hilton and Lancelot Hilton to the Said John Humble and his Sequels [insertion from margin: S'd John Humble] to resurrender the Said prem'es to the Said Robert Hilton and his Sequels at his and their & per Costs and charges accordingly and Subject to Such uses and purposes as the Said Robert Hilton Shall by his last Will and testament direct or appoint
Ex'm per Jo: Mowbray
Cleric Halmot
[written at 180 degrees to the above]
21. Oct. [illegible word or numbers]:S.1.
Hilton to Humble
Translation

Stockton ~

[1] Memorandum that on the 31st day of October in the 11th year of the reign of our sovereign Lord George now King of great Britain and so forth came John Humble junior out of court at Stockton before John Rudd Esquire Deputy of David Hilton Esquire Steward and took of the Lord Three messuages a Garden or Orchard, one small Close called The Garth adjoining the aforesaid messuage, and a curtilage situated behind the aforesaid messuage adjoining lately divided and two stables behind them and also ten acres one rod & twenty-two perches of land more or less in the Ropery lying in the West Little Field abutting the Garth ends on the East, by lands lately of Mark Wapps on the South, by lands lately of John Atkinson on the West & North, being now divided into two Closes, in Stockton aforesaid which said premises are in separate possession of George Walker, Clerk, Mary Olliver widow, William Deighton, Edward Dawson, John Wilkinson & Thomas Alberknot in which Robert Hilton gentleman therein having right has surrendered his just right, estate, title, Claim interest & demand & quit Claimed into the hands of the Lord to the use & behoof of the aforesaid John the same John Humble & his sequels in right according to the custom of the court rendering from then by the Year at the usual terms as first was wont to be rendered and doing to the Lord and the neighbours the services accustomed by pledge and thereupon he is admitted tenant.

[1] The words ‘Demise iiij s=vj d ~[illegible]' are written in the margin at this point in the text.

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