Lancashire Inquisitions Returned Into the Chancery of the Duchy of Lancaster. Stuart Period, Ed. by J.P. Rylands Volume 1

Lancashire Inquisitions Returned Into the Chancery of the Duchy of Lancaster. Stuart Period, Ed. by J.P. Rylands Volume 1

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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. Excerpt: ...1 acre 1 rood of land in Wrightington, called the Newfilde; of which land he was likewise seised in fee. So seised, he made his Will, dated 28 February, 6 James 1608-9, by which he willed inter alia) as follows: --"Item it is my mynde & will and I doe hereby devyse & appointe that my executors Imediatlye from & after my decease shall receiue perceiue & take ye issues profits and comodityes of all & singuler my Landes Tenementes & hereditamentes for & dureinge yc terme & vntill such tyme as they haue receiued & had the somme of fourescore poundes of good & lawfull money of England to & for the vse benefite & behoofe of my children Olliuer Rob't Alice & Margret equally & indifferently to be devyded amongste them parte & parte lyke and yf either of my sayde children shall fortune to dye before their porcons be satisfyed vnto them as afforesayde Then the porcon soe due vnto hym soe dyinge shall remaine vnto my sayde daughters equalye betwixt them to be devyded." And he made Edward Chisnall, Esquire, and Lawrence Hallywell his executors. The messuage, &c. are held of the heirs or assigns of John Butler, Esquire, in free and common socage by fealty. The land, called Newfilde, is held of Thomas Lathom of Parboulde, Esq., and Richard Nelson of Fairehurst, gentleman, in free socage by fealty. No values stated. William Halliwell died at Wrightington on the same 28 February last 1608-9; John Halliwell being his son and heir, who was 17 years old 25 May last 1609. fto&ert Suttertoortfte, Gentleman. Vol. xx. I nCJUlSltlOn taken at Manchester 30 September, 7 James No. 11. JL 1609, before Edward Rigbye, Esquire, Escheator, after J6o9P.1 the death of Robert Butterworthe of Birchenlee in Butterworthe, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 240g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236552717
  • 9781236552716