|Content Description||First Party: Lady Mary Bolles, of Osberton, Nottinghamshire.|
Second Party: Peter Venables, esquire of Kinderton, Cheshire; John Shalcrosse, esquire of Shalcrosse, Derbyshire; Gilbert Nevill, esquire of Grove, Nottinghamshire; and Samuel Bolles, esquire of Radford, Nottinghamshire.
In consideration of a marriage already taken place between Thomas Legh the younger and Mary, daughter of (1), and the performance of certain articles of agreement dated 6 Nov. , feoffment from (1) to (2) of a messuage with appurtenances in Clumber within the parish of Worksop, Nottinghamshire, together with all the tithes of hay issuing from the property, previously part of the dissolved monastery of Worksop; also of a further messuage with appurtenances in Clumber, previously belonging to the dissolved priory of Newstead; also of a close of land in Clumber known as the Rough Close, land lying on the south side of the River Palter [Poulter], and several woods known as Narwood and Karhaywood; property is conveyed to the use of (1) for life, and after her death to the use of Thomas Legh the younger and her daughter Mary and their heirs, and in default of issue to the rightful heirs of (1); contains usual covenants.
The document is dated 3 Jul. 17 Charles [I].