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27 Henry VIII [1535-1536]: fact that all monasteries and other religious houses that did not have lands or tenements above a clear yearly value of £200. were given to the King, and many of the grounds of the religious houses were surrendered to the crown also.
15 Nov. 30 Henry VIII : fact that the prior of Worksop Priory [Nottinghamshire] did grant and surrender the following to Henry VIII: the priory with all manors, messuages, gardens, lands, tenements and so on, together with all affairs such as court leets and view of frankpledge [full details provided] in Nottinghamshire, Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Warwickshire and Yorkshire.
31 Henry VIII [1539-1540]: under section 21 states that all the property of the religious houses surrendered to the King is to be discharged and acquitted of the payment of tithes.
Includes details of a survey and valuation of Worksop Priory made at the time of the surrender; details the valuation of various lands in places such as Shireoaks, Osberton, Radford and Sloswicks [all in Nottinghamshire] totalling £302.6.10.; details also provided of an account in the Court of Augmentations of John Taylor, receiver of the Worksop Priory estates and of John Rodes, farmer of the demesne lands; various property is specified in some detail and a valuation provided.
Date given is the date of orginal statute; the copy is undated.
Originally enclosed in Ne 6 D 2/47/193.