|Title||Bargain and sale, Sir Henry Willoughby to John Porte. Location: Eastwood, Nottinghamshire, and Codnor, Heanor, Milnhay, Loscoe and Langley, Derbyshire|
|Content Description||Sir Henry Willoughby of Wollaton, Nottinghamshire, knight, bargains and sells to John Porte of Etwall, Derbyshire, esquire (the King's solicitor) and his heirs, the manor of Estwate [Eastwood] and the advowson of the church, and all his messuages, lands etc. in Estwate, Nottinghamshire, and in Cotnore [Codnor], Heynore [Heanor], Mylney [Milnhay], Lascowe [Loscoe] and Langley, Derbyshire.|
Terms: To be held by John Porte, his heirs and assigns for ever; with covenant to assure title by a further conveyance of the manor of Broxtowe, to take effect should John Porte or his heirs or assigns be dispossessed of the manor of Eastwood.
Date: 20 November 11 Henry VIII