Legal agreement regarding the transfer of land in the East fields; 7 acres In le Eastfeild; land at Wrydike; Corne Close and 7 acres in le Eastfeild

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Details various agreements between members of the Swainston family. The transfers take place from Anthony Swainston to George Swainston; from George Swainston to Elizabeth Swainston; Alice Swainston to Elizabeth Swainston; Anthony Swainston and Elizabeth Swainston; and from Elizabeth Swainston to George Swainston.

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Stockton
Halmot Re[veren]di in Χρo p[at]ris D[omi]ni Nathanie[li]s Epi[scopi] Dunelm[ensis] tent[a] apud Stockton nono die Maï A[nn]o R[egni] Caroli S[ecun]di nunc Angl[iae] &c xxix'o Cora[m] Joh[annem] Jefferson Ar[miger]um Deput[ato] Nichl[ai] Cole Ar[miger]i Sen[escal]li
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M[emoran]d[um] q[uo]d vicesimo nono die Novembris A[nn]o R[eg]ni Caroli s[e]c[un]di nunc Angl[ia]e &c xxviij'o ven[it] Georgius Swainston extra Cur[iam] apud Civitat[em] Dunelm[ensem] Cora[m] Joh[an]ne[m] Jefferson Ar[miger]um Deput[ato] Nichl[ai] Cole Ar[miger]i Sen[escal]li Et cepit de D[omi]no vigint & quinique acr[as] terre sive plus sive minus jacens in le East feilds nunc in tria Clausur[a] divis[u]s abuttan[s] sup[er] terre vid[ua] Jepson ex p[ar]te occidental[i], via[m] Ducen[s] ad le Saltholme ex p[ar]te boreal[i] & Rivol[a] de Tease ex p[ar]te Austral[i] cu[m] p[er]tin[enciis] nunc in possessione Anthonii Swainston In quibus p[re]d[ictum] Anthonius Swainston pat[ris] ejus h[ab]ens jus totu[m] jus Statu[m] titlu[m] Clam[eum] Interesse & Demand[aundem] Sua Sursum redd[ebat] & quiet Clam[averunt] in manus D[omi]ni ad opus & usum p[re]d[ic]t[um] Georgii H[ab]end[um] eid[em] Georgio Swainston & Sequel[is] Suis in jure S[e]c[un]d[u]m Cons[uetudinem] Cur[ie] Redd[endo] inde p[er] annum ad term[in]os usual ut prius redd[ere] Soleb[a]t Et fac[iendo] D[omi]no & vicin[is] que incumb[un]t p[er] pleg[ium] etc:

M[emoran]d[um] þt [that] not withstanding this surrender it is agreed by & between þe [the] said Partyes, That þe Said Anthony Swainston & his assignes shall have [illegible word] dureing his naturall life two Closes called þe highfeilds parcell of þe premisses hereby surrendered without any account to be given for Þt Sam[illegible] And it is further & mutually agreed between þe said Partyes their Executors & assignes þt either of them shall or will pay & discharge dureing their joint lives a full moyety or halfe part of such sume or Sumes of money as they Stand jointly & severally bound & obliged For by their obligacons unto severall persons when they or any of them shall Demand þe same, & þt þe Said Sumes shall be equally discharged & paid by þe Said Partyes & not otherwise And it is further agreed that if þe said George shall happen to survive þe Said Anthony then yr Said George & his sequells shall pay & discharge all the remaining Debts undischarged at þe time of þe death of þe said Anthony & shall free and discharge the Executors & Administrators of þe said Anthony of the Same.

[3] M[emoran]d[um] q[uo]d Vicesimo nono die Novembris A[nn]o R[egni]R[egi]s Caroli S[e]c[un]di nunc Angl[iae] etc xxviij'o ven[it] Elizabetha Swainston Spinster extra Cur[iam] apud Civitat[em] Dunelm[ensem] Cora[m] Joh[anne]m Jefferson Ar[migerum] Deput[ato] Nich[ola]i Cole Ar[miger]i Sen[escal]li Et cepit de D[omi]no Septe[m] acr[as] terr[e] Sive plus sive minus jacens in le Eastfeild abuttan[s] Sup[er] terr[e] Thome Swainston ex p[ar]te oriental[i] terr[e] Anth[on]ii Swainston ex p[ar]tib[us] Austral[i] & occidental[i] & via[m] Ducen[s] ad le Salt:holme ex p[ar]te boreal[i] In quibus Georgius Swainston fuat ejus inde h[ab]ens jus totu[m] jus Statu[m] jus titlu[m] Clam[eum] Interesse & Demand[aundem] Sua Sursum redd[ebat] & quiet Clam[avit] in manus D[omi]ni ad opus & usum p[re]d[ic]t[um] Elizabetha h[abe]ndi eid[em] Elizabetha Swainston & sequel[is] suis in jure S[e]c[un]d[u]m Cons[uetudinem] Cur[ie] Redd[endo] inde p[er] annum ad term[in]os usual ut prius redd[ere] Soleb[a]t Et fac[iendo] D[omi]no & vicin[is] que incumb[un]t p[er] pleg[ium] etc.

M'd' þt [that] this surrender above mentioned is upon Condition following that if þe [the] said George Swainston his sequels in jure Executors Administrators or assignes or any of them doe well & truly pay or cause to be paid unto þe said Elizabeth Swainston her Executors Administrators or assignes at any time hereafter within þe space of two yeares next ensueing þe date hereof þe whole & just sume of three & thirty pounds & twelve shillings of lawfull money of England upon three monthes notice to be given by þe said Partyes their Executors Administrators or assignes each to other for þe paym't thereof, Then this surrender to be void & of noul effect, And þe said Elizabeth Swainston & her sequels upon þe paym't of þe said moneys to resurrender þe above mentioned premisses unto þe said George Swainston & his sequels at his & their proper costs & charges accordingly.

[4] Halmot Re[veren]di in Χρo p[at]ris D[omi]ni Nathaniel[is] Epi[scopi] Dunelm[ensis] tent[a] apud Stockton nono die Maii A[nn]o R[egni]R[egi]s Caroli S[ecun]di nunc Angl[iae] &c xxix'o Cora[m] Stockton} Joh[anne]m Jefferson Ar[migerum] Deput[ato] Nich[ola]i Cole Ar[miger]i Sen[escal]li:
Ad hanc Cur[iam] ven[it] Elizabetha Swainston Spinster Et hic in plena Cur[iam] Cora[m] Joh[ann]em Jefferson Ar[migerum] Deput[ato] Nich[ola]i Cole Ar[miger]i Sen[escal]li Cepit de D[omin]o dece[m] Virgat[am] terr[e] in Latitud[ine] ad Riva[ria] de Tease jacen[s] apud Wrydike ex p[ar]te oriental[i] Domos Alicia Swainston Abuttan[s] sup[er] terr[e] Georgii Swainston ex p[ar]tib[us] oriental[i], & boreal[i] Sicut modo dividitur, cu[m] lib[er]o Egress[us] & Regress[us] trans Campos ad via[m] ducen[s] ad le Salt:holme, In quibus p[re]d[i]c[t]a Alicia Swainston Spinster inde h[ab]ens jus totu[m] jus Statu[m] titlu[m] Clam[eum] Interesse & Demand[aundem] Sua Sursum redd[ebat] & quiet Clam[avit] in manus D[omi]ni ad opus & usu[m] p[re]d[ictum] Elizabetha H[ab]end[um] eid[em] Elizabetha Swainston & Sequel[lis] suis in jure S[e]c[un]d[u]m Cons[uetudinem] Cur[ie] Redd[endo] inde p[er] annum ad term[in]os usual ut prius redd[ere] Soleb[a]t Et fac[iendo] D[omi]no & vicin[is] que incumb[un]t per pleg[ium] etc:

[5] Halmot Re[veren]di in Χρo p[at]ris D[omi]ni Nathaniel[is] Epi[scopi] Dunelm[ensis] tent[a] apud Stockton decimo tertio die Maii A[nn]o R[egni]R[egi]s Caroli S[ecun]di nunc Angl[iae] tricesimo Stockton: primo Cora[m] Joh[anne]m Jefferson Ar[migerum] Deput[ato] Nich[ola]i Cole Ar[miger]i Sen[escal]li:
M[emoran]d[um] q[uo]d decimo quarto die Novembris A[nn]o R[egni]R[egi]s Caroli S[e]c[un]di nunc Angl[iae] etc tricesimo ven[it] Georgius Swainston extra Cur[iam] apud Civitat[em] Dunelm[ensem] Cora[m] Joh[anne]m Jefferson Ar[migerum] Deput[ato] Nich[ola]i Cole Ar[miger]i Sen[escal]li Et cepit de D[omi]no Septe[m] acr[as] terr[e] Sive plus sive minus jacens in le Eastfeilds abuttan[s] Sup[er] terr[e] Thome Swainston ex p[ar]te boreal[i], terr[e] Georgii Swainston ex p[ar]tib[us] occidental[i] & Austral[i] & via[m] ducen[s] ad le Salt:holme, ex p[ar]te boreal[i], In quibus Elizabetha Swainston Spinster inde h[ab]ens jus totu[m] jus Statu[m] titlu[m] Clam[eum] Interesse & Demand[aundem] Sua Sursum redd[ebat] & quiet Clam[avit] in manus D[omi]ni ad opus & usu[m] p[re]d[ictum] Georgii H[ab]end[um eide[m] Georgio Swainston & Sequel[lis] suis in jure S[e]c[un]d[u]m Cons[uetudinem] Cur[ie] Redd[endo] inde p[er] annum ad term[in]os usual ut prius redd[ere] Soleb[a]t Et fac[iendo] D[omi]no & vicin[is] que incumb[un]t p[er] pleg[ium] etc:

[1] The words ‘Dimissio vj's:’ are written in the margin at this point in the text.
[2] The words ‘[illegible] 252’ are written in the margin at this point in the text.
[3] The words Dimissio ij's‘’ are written in the margin at this point in the text.
[4] The words ‘Dimissio j'd’ are written in the margin at this point in the text.
[5] The words ‘Dimissio ij's’ are written in the margin at this point in the text.
Translation

Stockton
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[2] Halmot Re[veren]di in Χρo p[at]ris D[omi]ni Nathaniel[is] Epi[scopi] Dunelm[ensis] tent[a] apud Stockton vicesimo septimo die Aprilis A[nn]o R[egni]R[egi]s Caroli S[ecun]di nunc Stockton. Angl[iae] etc tricesimo Cora[m] Nich[ola]o Cole Ar[miger]o Sen[escal]o:
Ad hanc Cur[iam] ven[it] Elizabetha Swainston Spinster Et cepit de D[omin]o duas ac[ra]s terr[e] Sive plus Sive minus Vocat[a] Corne Close nunc in possessione Anthonii Swainston abuttan[s] Sup[er] terr[e] Thome Swainston ex p[ar]te oriental[i] terr[e] Georgii Swainston ex p[ar]te Austral[i] & occidental[i], ac via[m] Ducen[s] ad le Salt:holme ex p[ar]te boreal[i] Sicut modo dividitur In quibus p[r]ed[ictum] Anth[o]n[iu]s Swainston ejus pat[ris] inde hab[ens] jus totu[m] jus Statu[m] titlu[m] Clam[eum] Interesse & Demand[aundem] Sua Sursum redd[ebat] & quiet Clam[avit] in manus D[omi]ni ad opus & usum p[re]d[ic]t[um] Elizabethe H[ab]end[um] eid[em] Elizabethe Swainston & Sequel[is] suis in jure S[e]c[un]d[u]m Cons[uetudinem] Cur[ie] Redd[endo] inde p[er] annu[m] ad term[in]os usual ut prius redd[ere] Soleb[a]t Et fac[iendo] D[omi]no & vicin[is] que incumb[un]t per pleg[ium] etc

Stockton
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Stockton: The Halmot of the Reverend Father in Christ Nathaniel Lord Bishop of Durham held at Stockton the ninth day of May in the twenty-ninth Year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord Charles the Second now King of England and so forth before John Jefferson Esquire Deputy of Nicholas Cole Esquire Steward:
Memorandum that on the twenty-ninth day of November in the twenty-eighth year of the reign of our sovereign Lord Charles the second now King of England and so forth came George Swainston out of court at the City of Durham before John Jefferson Esquire Deputy of Nicholas Cole Esquire Steward: and took of the Lord twenty-five acres of land more or less in the East feilds now divided into three Closes bounded on the West by land of widow Jepson, on the North by the road leading to the Saltholme & on the South by the River Tease with its appurtenances now in the possession of Anthony Swainston In which the aforesaid Anthony Swainston his father therein having right, his whole right, estate, title, Claim, interest & demand has surrendered & quit Claimed into the hands of the Lord to the use & behoof of the aforesaid George to have to the same George Swainston & 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 etc:

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Memorandum that on the Twenty ninth day of November in the twenty eighth year of the reign of Charles the second now King of England etc. came Elizabeth Swainston Spinster out of court at the City of Durham before John Jefferson Esquire deputy for Nicholas Cole Esquire Steward and took of the Lord seven acres of land more or less lying in the East feilds bounded on the east by land of Thomas Swainston, on the south and west by land of Anthony Swainston, and by the road leading to the Salt:holm on the north, In which George Swainston having in right himself has surrendered his whole right, estate, title, Claim interest & demand & quit Claimed into the hands of the Lord to the use & behoof of the aforesaid Elizabeth to have to the same Elizabeth Swainston & her 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 etc.

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Stockton: The Halmot of the Reverend Father in Christ Nathaniel Lord Bishop of Durham held at Stockton the ninth day of May in the twenty ninth Year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord Charles the Second now King of England and so forth before John Jefferson Esquire Deputy of Nicholas Cole Esquire Steward: To this court came Elizabeth Swainston Spinster and here in full court before John Jefferson Esquire deputy for Nicholas Cole Esquire Steward and took of the Lord ten virgates of land on the banks of the River Tease lying at Wrydike, bounded on the East by the house of Alice Swainston, by land of George Swainston, on the west & north lately divided, with freedom to pass and re-pass over the fields to the street leading to the Salt:holme, In which the aforesaid Alice Swainston Spinster having in right has surrendered her whole right, estate, title, Claim interest & demand & quit Claimed into the hands of the Lord to the use & behoof of the aforesaid Elizabeth to have to the same Elizabeth Swainston & her 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 etc.

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Stockton: The Halmot of the Reverend Father in Christ Nathaniel Lord Bishop of Durham held at Stockton the thirteenth day of May in the thirty first Year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord Charles the Second now King of England and so forth before John Jefferson Esquire Deputy of Nicholas Cole Esquire Steward:
Memorandum that on the fourteenth day of November in the thirty first year of the reign of our sovereign Lord Charles the second now King of England and so forth came George Swainston out of court at the City of Durham before John Jefferson Esquire Deputy of Nicholas Cole Esquire Steward and took of the Lord seven acres of land more or less lying in the Eastfeilds, bounded on the North by land of Thomas Swainston, on the west and south by land of George Swainston, and by the road leading to the Salt:holm on the north, In which Elizabeth Swainston having in right has surrendered her whole right, estate, title, Claim interest & demand & quit Claimed into the hands of the Lord to the use & behoof of the aforesaid George to have to the same George Swainston & 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 etc:

Stockton
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Stockton: The Halmot of the Reverend Father in Christ Nathaniel Lord Bishop of Durham held at Stockton the twenty seventh day of April in the thirtieth Year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord Charles the Second now King of England and so forth before Nicholas Cole Esquire Steward:
To this court came Elizabeth Swainston Spinster and took of the Lord two acres of land more or less called Corne Close now in possession of Anthony Swainston bounded on the East by land of Thomas Swainston, on the South and West by land of George Swainston, and on the north by the road leading to the Salt:holme, lately divided, In which the aforesaid Anthony Swainston, her father, therein having right has surrendered his whole right, estate, title, Claim interest & demand & quit Claimed into the hands of the Lord to the use & behoof of the aforesaid Elizabeth to have to the same Elizabeth Swainston & her 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 etc

[1] The words ‘Demise viij'd:’ are written in the margin at this point in the text.
[2] The words ‘[illegible] 343:’ are written in the margin at this point in the text.
[3] The words ‘Demise 6's’ are written in the margin at this point in the text.
[4] The words ‘[illegible] 252:’ are written in the margin at this point in the text.
[5] The words ‘Demise 2's:’ are written in the margin at this point in the text.
[6] The words ‘Demise 1'd’ are written in the margin at this point in the text.
[7] The words ‘Demise 2's’ are written in the margin at this point in the text.
[8]The words ‘Demise 8'd:’ are written in the margin at this point in the text.
[9]The words ‘[illegible] 343:’ are written in the margin at this point in the text.

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