Document ReferencePl C 38/4
TitleLetter from Thomas Vickerman, Thwing near Bridlington, Yorkshire, to [Henry Bentinck, 2nd] Earl of Portland [later 1st Duke], St James Square, London; 17 May 1715
Date17 May 1715
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionWrites that he and Mr Stephenson hold a lease from the Earl which is due to end in 1719 and wish to renew it; has heard from Mr Drinkrow, the other tenant of the Earl's in Thwing, that he has been paying his rent to a 'Mr Shampanty'; has no idea where to find this man; informs the Earl that Mr Drinkrow has sold a house and land which was on lease; warns him against letting any land 'to any a torney' as the bailiff in Thwing, Jonathan Simpson, is in league with Mr Drinkrow in his illegal activities.
Termestate business, Yorkshire

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA40737Stephenson; - (fl 1707-1715); Mr; of Thwing Yorkshirefl 1707-1715
NA40738Drinkrow; - (fl 1707-1715); Mr; of Thwing Yorkshirefl 1707-1715
NA40736Simpson; Jonathan (fl 1707-1715); Mr; bailiff in Thwing Yorkshirefl 1707-1715
NA40744Champante; John (-1716); Mr; agent of 2nd Earl of Portland-1716
NA40739Vickerman; Thomas (fl 1707-1720); Mr; of Thwing Yorkshirefl 1707-1720
NA1044Bentinck; Henry (1682-1726); 1st Duke of Portland; 2nd Earl of Portland; cr. 1716; styled Viscount Woodstock 1689-17091682-1726
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