|Content Description||First Party: John Heaton, Esq. (Plaintiff).|
Second Party: William Henry Cavendish, Duke of Portland and Dorothy, his wife (Deforciants).
Attested copy of a Final Concord (Trinity Term, 33 George III) of: 720 messuages, 600 gardens, 100a. of land, etc. in the parishes of St Martin-in-the-Fields, St Gyles-in-the-Fields, St Ann and St James, Middlesex; the Manor of Bulstrode alias Temple Bulstrode and that of Fulmer, with 30 messuages, 30 gardens, 2000a. of land, 1000a. of meadow, 1500a. of pasture 800a. of woods, etc. in Bulstrode, Beaconsfield, Chalfont St Peter, Chalfont St Gyles, Hedgerley, Fulmer, Langley, Upton, East Burnham, Amersham and Iver otherwise Ever, Buckinghamshire; the Honor of Penrith, the Wards of Penrith and Gatescale in the Forest of Inglewood, with rights of chase, free warren, manorial and other dues etc. in Penrith alias Perith, Great Salkeld, Langwathbie, Gamelsby, Scotby and Castle Sowerby, Cumberland.