Borough of Walsall. Calendar of the Deeds and Documents Belonging to the Corporation from the Reign of King John to 1688. with a List of the Charters Relating to Walsall Referred to in the Walsall Chartulary in the British Museum

Borough of Walsall. Calendar of the Deeds and Documents Belonging to the Corporation from the Reign of King John to 1688. with a List of the Charters Relating to Walsall Referred to in the Walsall Chartulary in the British Museum

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ...to the same, to like effect. Same date. See vol. "Miscellanea," art. 5. 187. POWER OP ATTORNEY from William Webbe, John Bolton, Same year. John Curtys (and others), to Richard Adamson, Mayor of Walsall, Henrie Stone, Richard Ducie (and others), to enter into an agreement with John Blount, Esq., and... Hopton, gent., for a lease, for 21 years, of two messuages and lands in Bascott, Longe Itchington and Radford Semeley, co. Warw. Dat. 6 Jan., 1616 14 Jas. I.. See vol. "Miscellanea," art. 4. 188. NOTIFICATION, by John Persehouse, of the delivery of seisin Same year. by him to William Pyerson, jun., of the lands leased to him by John Wollaston and others, see No-184, also of the delivery by the said William to William Webbe, jun., mercer, of a lease of the same lands, for four years; who had thereupon entered and claimed possession against John Blount, Esq., and Walter Lyttleton, gent., and others. Dat. 16 Jan., 1616-17. Engl. Upon the next leaf are instructions for drawing up the deeds numbered 184-186. See vol. 'Miscellanea, ' art. 6. 189. EXTRACT OF PROCEEDINGS in an Action brought by 15 Jas. I. William Webbe, jun., against John Blount, of Bascote, Esq., 1617-18. Walter Littletone, of Badnall, and Thomas Hopton and Edward Hopton, of Bascote, gentlemen, for trespassing upon the lands named in the deed, No. 184. Heard at "Westminster, before Henry Hobart, Knt. (and others), Justices of the King's Bench, in Hilary Term, 15 Jas. I. 1617-18. 190. COPY of the preceding deed. Paper. 191. Same year. COPY OF A BILL OF COMPLAINT, by Walter Littleton, of Badnall, Esq., against William Webbe, sen., Richard Ducie, Thomas Gorway (and others), for seeking to dispossess him of lands, known as 'Moseley's lands, ' formerly leased by William...show more

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  • Paperback | 38 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 86g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123656295X
  • 9781236562951