Document ReferenceMi D 343
TitleLease of a coal mine, Richard de Willoughby to Adam son of Nicholas, and others. Location: Cossall, Nottinghamshire
Date1 May 1316
Content DescriptionDemise by Richard de Wilwebi, dominus of Cossall to Adam, son of Nicholas and 7 other men of Cossall, of his mine of sea coal in a parcel of arable land called le Vytestobbe, they paying 12d per week.

Terms: Richard agrees that Adam and his companions will be exempt from this payment when hindered from working by firedamp or water; they in turn agree to repair the sough 'le sowe' and fill up the pits at their own expense.

Date: Calendis May, 9 Edward II
Termmining rights
Physical Description2 tags (2 seals missing). Endorsed by Francis Willoughby.
Related MaterialMi LM 13 p 95
Related RecordMiAX/LM/13
Publication NoteReport on the Manuscripts of Lord Middleton, ed. W.H. Stevenson, M.A. (H.M.C., 1911) p 88
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