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Creator(s):

Cavendish family, Dukes of Newcastle upon Tyne

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NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

CARBURTON. - ref. 157 DD/P/5

A bundle labelled "Cavendish Deeds".

FILE [no title] - ref. 157 DD/P/5/49/1 - date: 14 Oct. 1646

[from Scope and Content] Witn. William Clay, Anthony Barbar, Edward Wythard, John Mort. Seal.

Creator(s):

Arderne family of Harden in Bredbury

Done family of Utkinton

Crewe family of Utkinton

Box C

Copies deeds, accounts etc. relating to Utkinson estate - ref. DAR/C/9

FILE - Copy Prenuptial Settlement - ref. DAR/C/9/10 - date: 16 Nov. 1681

[from Scope and Content] (1) John Hinton of Rushton, gent., Robert Hinton of Rushton, his son and heir, William Richardson of Rushton, gent., Robert Fletcher of Chester, skinner, (2) Robert Wright of Tarvin, yeo., Thomas Wright of Kelsall, yeo., Thomas Walley of Rushton, yeo., John Mort of Hatton, yeo

Creator(s):

Cholmondeley family, Marquesses of Cholmondeley

SCEDULE "D" BOX "D" - ref. DCH/D

EDLESTON & SOUND SECTION

FILE [no title] - ref. DCH/D/411 - date: 1700, 1. Nov

[from Scope and Content] ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT between the Hon. George Cholmondeley esq. and Thomas Downes of Caldecott, yeoman, for a life tenancy of part of the demesnes of HATTON, that is to say the dwelling house, outbuildings, yards, gardens, orchards, coppy swine pale, Burnt yards, great Roberts wood, litle Roberts wood, long croft, great cow hay, Tootill croft, Drummonds old yards, Rodes croft, great bottoms, Duttons three yards and Great Towne field, now/late in the holding of widow Dutton, Peter Mort, John Dod and John Tussingham, at an annual rent of 205; the said George Cholmondeley is to have liberty to pull down the Hall, the buildings annexed to it and the kill (?kiln), to be erected elsewhere as he shall appoint. Seal: red, on a field ermine 3 lions passant guardant. Paper

Creator(s):

Sheriffs of Chester

SHERIFFS' BOOKS: TOLLS - ref. ZS/BT

FILE - Horse and cattle tolls - ref. ZS/BT/2 - date: 1655-1723

[from Scope and Content] Thomas Wills of the County of Wicklow in Ireland hath sould unto Richard Mort of Tarvenn in the County of Chester husbandman one black mare with a white blease downe the face which is [ ] years ould and paces and allsoe hath a saddle back price

MISCELLANEOUS - ref. DDLA 8

FILE - Assignment: for 18 - ref. DDLA 8/5 - date: 24 Oct. 1785

[from Scope and Content] (i) The Rev. Richard Prescott of Upholland, and Thomas Hawkshead of Chorley, gentleman, (ii) Edward Fisher of Standish, gentleman, (iii) James Mort of Wigan, currier, and (iv) Edward Heaton of Pennington, tallowchandler -- small pieces of land (described) in Standish-with-Langtree

Creator(s):

Crosse family of Shaw Hill

Chorley - ref. DDSH 7

FILE [no title] - ref. DDSH 7/16 - date: 11 Nov. 1784

[from Scope and Content] Lease for 14 years at 56 rent: Thomas Cross of Shawhill, esq. to John and Joseph Mort of Chorley, calicoprinters -- the brewhouse, back-buildings, long barn (except middle cowhouse) of Cross Hall in Chorley, with demesne lands now called the Poor Croft, Bean Crofts, Black Meadow, two Rushy Heys, two Marles, Rye Croft, Butchers Ridding, garden at the front of the Hall, and orchard

Various townships

FILE [no title] - ref. DDX 174/73 - date: 4 Feb. 1569/70

[from Scope and Content] Witn: Robert Fletcher, Thomas Mort, Henry Brabyn.

FILE [no title] - ref. DDX 355/1 - date: 17 Mar. 1631/2

[from Scope and Content] Deed to lead uses before a fine: (i) Alexander Rigby of Middleton in Amounderness, esq., and Lucy his wife, Joseph Rigby of Aspull, gent., brother of A.R., George Rigby of Hulton, gent., brother of A.R., Robert Mawdesley of Mawdesley, gent. and Dorothie his wife, sister of A.R. and (ii) Thomas Legh of Adlington, co.Chester, esq., brother of Lucy Rigby, Hugh Rigby of Tulkith, esq., and Thomas Mort of Hulton, gent. -- specified land and interests in Goosnargh, Whittingham, Catterall, Great and Little Pulton, Great and Little Marton, Bispham and Preston -- (portion only).

Creator(s):

Legh family of Lime Hall

Maps and Plans - ref. E17/210

FILE - Haydock - Mort and Cawley Farms-stitch levels - ref. E17/210/423 - date: nd

Creator(s):

Anderton family of Ince and Euxton

ANDERTON DEEDS AND PAPERS

BUNDLE 28

FILE [no title] - ref. D/D An/Bundle 28/141 - date: 30 Car II 1678

[from Scope and Content] Tho: Mort.

Creator(s):

Haigh Estate

CORRESPONDENCE

ESTATE CORRESPONDENCE - ref. D/D Hai/C2

FILE [no title] - ref. D/D Hai/C2/1868/153 - date: 28 Nov. 1868

[from Scope and Content] Mr. Richard Mort, Park Lane, Ashton to Mr. James Wood. Informs Mr. Wood that he would be willing to pay 60 per annum for Wilkinsons farm and 100 per annum for Mawdesleys farm.

Creator(s):

Clowes family of Broughton, Lancashire

Chetham family of Crumpsall, Lancashire

MANCHESTER

FILE [no title] - ref. CLD/610 - date: 1698

[from Scope and Content] Articles of agreement between Margaret Chetham (widow of James Chetham, late of Turton), of the first part, Samuel Chetham, esq., her eldest son, of the second part, and John Hopwood of Hopwood, Joshua Horton of Chatherton and Thomas Mort of Dam House, esquires, respecting the lands called Clayton demesne in Manchester parish and the manor of Etwall, co. Derby. Dec. 29, 1698. With bond. (Dec. 31).

Creator(s):

Bagshawe, Benjamin, d 1907, antiquarian

Bagshawe, E G, d 1956, antiquarian

PART I THE ANTIQUARIAN COLLECTION

A. THE EYRES OF HASSOP

1. DEEDS OF TITLE, LEASE, ETC

STAFFORDSHIRE: TOTMONSLOW HUNDRED

Parish of Sheen

FILE - Lease for six months (release missing) - ref. Bag C/2538 - date: 28 Jan 1686

[from Scope and Content] Adam Mort of High Sheene (co. Staffs), to Joseph Parker of Derby. Capital messuage of High Sheene and other property (named).

Creator(s):

Bagshawe, Benjamin, d 1907, antiquarian

Bagshawe, E G, d 1956, antiquarian

PART I THE ANTIQUARIAN COLLECTION

B MISCELLANEOUS DEEDS

STAFFORDSHIRE: TOTMONSLOW HUNDRED

Parish of Sheen

FILE - Exemplification of a recovery - ref. Bag C/3275 - date: 21 May 1683

[from Scope and Content] William Shaw and John Hey against John Leigh and James Boardman. Three messuages, 20 acres of land, etc. in Sheene and High Sheene. Oswald Mosley and Richard Mort vouched to warranty.



 
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