Document ReferenceNe D 4150-4151
TitleLease and release to lead uses of a common recovery from Henry Willoughby to Lenyns Boldero of the manors of Walkeringham and Misterton, Nottinghamshire; 10-11 Feb. 1752
Date10 February 1752-11 February 1752
Extent3 membranes
Content DescriptionFirst Party: Henry Willoughby, esquire of Birdsall, Yorkshire [later 5th Baron Middleton].

Second Party: Leuyns Boldere, gentleman of Staple Inn, London.

Third Party: Rev. Edmund Garforth, of York.

For the barring of all estates tail limited on the manors and property, lease [Ne D 4150] and release [Ne D 4151] from (1) to (2) of the manors of Walkeringham and Misterton, Nottinghamshire, together with all rights and appurtenances; also of the chief rents of £11.6.9.½ yearly; and also of several messuages and closes of land in Walkeringham and Misterton; note that the exact extent of the property is described together with names of tenants and field acreages; property is conveyed to (2) as the perfect tenant to the freehold.

Declaration that (3) shall levy a fine of the property before the end of the present Hillary term or by the end of Easter term next ensuing.

Dated 10-11 Feb. 25 George II 1752.
Termestate business, conveyances, Walkeringham (Nottinghamshire)
manors, Walkeringham (Nottinghamshire)
manors, Misterton (Nottinghamshire)
Physical DescriptionThree applied seals - red wax

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA7860Willoughby; Henry (1726-1800); 5th Baron Middleton; succeeded 17811726-1800
NA49567Boldere; Leuyns (fl 1752-1755); -; gentleman; of Staples Inn Londonfl 1752-1755
NA50494Garforth; Edward (fl 1752); Rev.; clerk; of Yorkfl 1752
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