Document ReferenceNe 6 D 2/13/53/17
TitleAdmission of Thomas Holles [1st] Duke of Newcastle [under Lyne] and surrender of William Vane, 2nd Viscount Vane to [George Mason] to make him a tenant to the praecipie in order to suffer a common recovery in the court of Mansfield manor; 17 Nov. 1764
Date17 November 1764
Extent1 membrane
Content DescriptionFirst Party: Thomas Holles, [1st] Duke of Newcastle [under Lyne]; and William [Vane, 2nd] Viscount Vane.

Second Party: George Mason, esquire of Eaton, Nottinghamshire.

Third Party: Henry, Earl of Lincoln [later 2nd Duke of Newcastle under Lyne].

(1) appoints William Green and William Simes as his attornies, and to take admittance of a capital messuage called Clumber, and all other copyhold messuages and lands, which were surrendered on 26 Oct. 1694 [see Ne 6 D 2/13/53/11]; and also of the following property in Mansfield Woodhouse: a capital messuage, 3 cottages, and several named closes, together with the Watch House and the Great Barn; several named closes in Mansfield; all other lands and tenements surrendered at a court held on 23 Dec. 1700 by named individuals; also of a small house and croft in Mansfield Woodhouse called 'Grinders House and Croft' with appurtenances; several closes and parcels of lands in Mansfield Woodhouse [field names provided]; and several parcels of lands in Mansfield; note that some of the property surrendered at courts was held in trust by named trustees for John, Duke of Newcastle.

Surrender by (1) according to the custom of the manor of Mansfield of all the above specified property to the use of (2) to make him a perfect tenant of the premises in order that one or more common recoveries may be suffered; fact that Viscount Vane shall be vouched to warranty the recovery, and that (1) shall join the demandant and tenant in surrendering such a recovery of all the above property to the use of (2).

Recitals: (a) details of the attornies appointed by the 1st Duke of Newcastle and the act of parliament passed relating to the will of the late of John [Holles, 3rd] Duke of Newcastle [upon Tyne] for settling the same, including copyhold property now vested in the 1st Duke for life in tail male with remainder to the 2nd Viscount Vane; (b) there is no male issue of (1); (c) fact that (1) have both agreed to join in the suffering of a common recovery of the copyhold premises to bare all estates tail and surrender the same to (2).
Termestate business, recoveries, Clumber (Nottinghamshire)
manors, Mansfield (Nottinghamshire)
estate business, tenants, Clumber (Nottinghamshire)

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA487Holles; Thomas Pelham- (1693-1768); 1st Duke of Newcastle under Lyne; also 4th Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne; cr. 17561693-1768
NA23649Vane; William Holles (1714-1789); 2nd Viscount Vane; succ. 17341714-1789
NA49825Mason; George (fl 1765); Mr; esquire; of Eaton Nottsfl 1765
NA968Clinton; Henry F.C. Pelham- (1720-1794); 2nd Duke of Newcastle under Lyne; also styled 9th Earl of Lincoln from 1730; born Clinton, but assumed Pelham-Clinton in 1768 as 2nd Duke of Newcastle under Lyne1720-1794
NA76893Green; William (fl 1764); gentleman; of Mansfield, Nottinghamshirefl 1764
NA76894Simes; William (fl 1764); innholder; of Mansfield, Nottinghamshirefl 1764
PL439/Mansfield Woodhouse/Nottinghamshire/England
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