|Content Description||The Rt Hon. Lady Elienor, Countess Dowager of Rutland, leases to Thomas Tabaram of Warsope, Nottinghamshire, gent., her cottage or inn with adjoining croft, called the George, in Netherthorpe in Warsop in the occupation of the said Thomas (for a rent of 2 shillings p.a.); also a toftstead and croft and half an oxgang of land, a long dole in Sowremedow, and a short dole also there, in Netherthorpe in Warsop, in the occupation of James Stubbynge (for a rent of 4 shillings p.a.); also a croft and half an oxgang of land in Appulton, and a piece of a croft (for a rent of 4 shillings 6 pence p.a.); two tofts 'wasted' against the George (4 shillings 8 pence p.a.); two acres of land called Cole Butts (20 pence p.a.); a toft wasted with fire, next to the aforesaid messuage (11 pence p.a.); 2 acres of land in Appulton (8 pence p.a.); one acre and one rood in Cokmore breks (5 pence p.a.); a close called Burned Grene, containing one rood, on the south side of the 'highe strete' (8 pence p.a.); another close in the Rayles (8 pence p.a.); half an acre off Louder, on the south side of the Burned Grene (8 pence p.a.); a piece of ground called Burned Grene on the north side of the 'highe strete' (12 pence p.a.), now in the occupation of George Petingere, parcel of the demesne of the manor of Warsope, in Netherthorpe.|
Term: 21 years from Michaelmas last.
Rent: 21 shillings 10 pence p.a.
Date: 19 November 35 Henry VIII