Document ReferenceMi D 284-285
TitleTwo parts of a final concord, Sir Francis Willoughby and Francis Willoughby, with John and Mary Hacker. Location: Caunton, Beesthorpe, Norwell, Kneesall, Maplebeck, Kersall, Knapthorpe, North Muskam and elsewhere, Nottinghamshire
Date24 May 1661
Content DescriptionFinal concord between Francis Willughbie, miles, and Francis Willughbie esquire, his son and heir (plaintiffs), and John Hacker esquire, and Mary his wife (deforciants), in which the deforciants acknowledge the right of the plaintiffs to the manor of Caunton alias Cawnton and 16 messuages, one windmill, 12 gardens, 300 acres of land, 100 acres of meadow, 200 acres of pasture, 80 acres of wood, 200 acres of furze and heath, 100 acres of moor, 7 shillings of rents and common of pasture with appurtenances in Caunton, Beesthorpe, Norwell, Norwell Woodhowse, Kneesall, Maplebecke, Kersall, Knapthorpe, Deanhall alias Deanshall, Carleshall and North Muskam alias North Muskham.

For this agreement, the plaintiffs have given the deforciants £600.

Date: The morrow of Ascension, 13 Charles II
Termmanors, Caunton (Nottinghamshire)
Physical DescriptionMi D 285 is endorsed by Sir Francis Willoughby
Related MaterialSee also related series of title deeds concerning sale of manor of Caunton, Mi 4/136/12-17.

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