LevelItem
Reference numberDDFO/42/3
TitleSurrender
Date2 Apr. 1685
Descriptionfor £1500 : Lawrence Rawstorne of Newhall, esq., Margery his wife, Thomas Bradshaw, of Lum, gent., Rachell his wife, and Peter son and heir of L.R., to Richard Nuttall of Doblin, gent. -- Nutall Hall and closes called the Hey, Old Marledearth, Hagghead, Hagg, Great Eye or Nearer Eye, Little Eye or Further Eye, Lymed Earth, Wellfield, Blackhey, Groft, Broadheywood, Robert Stye, Marled Earth, Lower Wood, Guner Carre, Horse Hey, Great Meadow, Cold Arse, New Meadow, Little Field, Sheep Coate, Brocksbotham, Wheate Rhodes, and Ravens Crimble; also messuage and 18ac. called the Lumcarre late in the tenure of Gideon Coupe, decd., and now of Thomas Goolding of Pendlebury, gent.; also 7ac.1r. improved from the 95ac. of common called Hawkshaw Spouts and Nuttall Lane; also 49ac. 1r. improved from the common of Wolcome Moor --
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