Yorkshire Fines
1569

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Francis Collins (editor)

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1887

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364-368

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'Yorkshire Fines: 1569', Feet of Fines of the Tudor period [Yorks]: part 1: 1486-1571 (1887), pp. 364-368. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49644 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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1569

1568–9—Hilary Term, 11 Elizabeth.
* Thomas Gargrave, kt., Peter Fretchwell, esq., and John Jackson, gent. Francis Gascoigne, esq., and Ann his wife and Thomas Went worthe de Wentworthe, esq., and Margaret his wife Manor of Thorpearche, and 40 messuages, 3 watermills, and a fulling mill with lands in Thorpearche, Halle Parke, Halle Feildes, and Walton, and free fishing in the Wharff.
** Matthew Feilde, Richard Springh[a]m and William Meredethe Edward Casteleyn, gent. Messuage with lands in Wholehouses and Shefilde.
George Savile, gent. George Walker and Johanna his wife, daughter and co-heir of Richard Roke, deceased. The moiety of a messuage with lands in Hymesworthe and South Kyrkby, and the moiety of the fourth part of a burgage, &c., in Wakefeld.
William Barnby and Elizabeth his wife and Robert Snawsell, son of Elizabeth John Jenney, esq. Manor of Tockwith and 20 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in the same.
Michel Metcalf William Danby, gent., and Dorothy his wife. Messuage with lands in Warlabye.
Thomas Wombwell, gent., and Richard Clayton William Wombwell, esq. 2 messuages with lands in Wombwell and Darfeld.
Thomas Parker Richard Fenton and Johanna his wife Lands in Tynnyslowe.
Simon Dodsworth Thomas Taylor and Johanna his wife Messuage and a cottage with lands in Settrington.
John Harton Richard Cholmeley, kt. 2 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Wyckham and Ruston.
William Arthyngton and Richard Broke Thomas Folkyngham, esq., and Jane his wife Manors of Multhorpe and Kyrkbye and 4 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Multhorpe and Kyrkbye Kynderlyth.
William Clough Thomas Fairfax, esq. 5 messuages with lands in New Esham and Kighley.
Henry Brakynbury, esq. Thomas Tunstall, gent., and Grace his wife, Christopher Ascoughe, gent., and Dorothy his wife, and Robert Tunstall, gent., and Ann his wife Manor of Ellerton and 40 messuages and 40 cottages with lands in Ellerton, Loppeshouse, Gownn[er]sett, Gownn[er]sett Parke, Gown[er]sett Mylne, Stubbynge, Rithe, Fremyngton, Calsett, and Calsett Howse.
Richard Sheffelde, gent., and Thomas Tayler John Gascoigne, gent., and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Burneby, which, after a term of 10 days, remain to Michael Richardson, for a term of 21 years.
Thomas Gargrave, kt., Peter Fretchwell, esq., and John Jackson, gent. Francis Gascoigne, esq., and Ann his wife and Thomas Went worthe de Wentworthe, esq., and Margaret his wife Manor of Gawkethorpe als. Gawthorpe and 100 messuages and 3 watermills with lands in the same and in Harwood, Werdley, Weton, Estkeswycke, Loftus als. Lofthouse, Stubus als. Stubhus als. Stubhowse, Tovehus als. Tovous als. Towehouse, Hedericke, Helthwayte, Westoohill, Wyke, Hewbye, Newbye, and Alwodley als. Allyngley.
1569—EASTER TERM, 11 ELIZABETH.
* Richard Ayneley, gent. Henry Stourton, gent., and Agnes his wife 2 messuages and 4 cottages with land in Loplane and Gyllygate, York.
* John Vaghan, esq., and Ann his wife Peter Lawson, gent. Messuage, &c. in Olde Coneystreete, York. A warrant against the heirs of George Lawson, kt., deceased, and Thomas Lawson, esq., deceased.
Thomas Dynyson Robert Smythe and Beatrix his wife Messuage with land in Wakefeld.
Charles Hoskyns Leonard Hall, merchant, and Mary his wife and John Harryson, merchant, and Elizabeth his wife Lands in Stearesby.
John Blyth, esq., and Elizabeth his wife Peter Sleford, gent., and Elizabeth his wife Meadow land in Barneby upon Don.
Richard Collinge John Stead and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Glusburne.
Christopher Hyllyard, esq., Thomas Boynton, esq., and William Strickland, esq. Robert Mapleton 4 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Great Mapleton and Wytherne Wycke.
Henry Gate, kt. William Hertfurthe and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Ayton, Yrton, and Seamer.
Richard Gascoigne, esq., John Newcomen, esq. 6 messuages and 6 cottages with lands in Barmebowe als. Barnebowe als. Barnebough, Barwick in Elmett, Scoles, Hyllom, Perlyngton, Potterton, and Wynmore in Scoles.
William Wright John Wright and Helena his wife Messuage in Beverley.
William Jorden Christopher Hyllyard, esq. Messuage and a cottage with lands in Staxton in the parish of Willerby.
William Burrus Francis Kellom, gent. Messuage with lands in Northwood, Sheffeld, and Ecclesfeld.
John Watson Ralph Harryson and Mary his wife Lands in Barmeby upon the Moor.
Richard Shirburne, kt. John Constable, kt., and Katherine his wife Manor of West Eshehold and Gysley, and 40 messuages, 10 cottages, a watermill, a fulling mill, and a rental of 24 hens in Gysley, Hawkisworthe, Baledon, and Oteley, and the advowson of Gysley church.
Miles Doughill Edmund Malyverer, kt. Messuage with lands in Follyfate.
George Maynpris William Parker 3 messuages with lands in Kylham and Langtoft.
John Chambers Marmaduke Myddleton and Isabel his wife 2 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Baxbye and Hustwayte.
John Adam Alexander Adam, clerk 2 messuages with lands in Darrington als. Darthington.
John Wells and Robert Rusbye Richard Wayte and Jane his wife Messuage with lands in Trumflete and Sandall.
William Lonsdayle, draper William Norman, gent. Messuage with lands in Selbye.
George Watson Richard Cholmeley, kt. Messuage and 4 cottages with lands in Eberston.
William Jesoppe, senr., and William Jesoppe, junr. Richard Cowper and Richard Crawshay Messuage with lands in Thurgoland als. Thurgerland.
John Taybell George Brygham, esq., and Marmaduke Kendall, esq., and Elizabeth his wife Two thirds of a messuage and cottage with lands in South Cave, Eathorpe als. Everthorpe, and Ellerker.
William Calbeck Thomas Cowper and Ann his wife Messuage in Pontefracto.
John Craven Richard Cholmeley, kt. Messuage and 4 cottages with lands in Everston.
Thomas, Earl Northumberland, Nicholas Fayrefax, kt., William Fayrefax, kt., the son and heir apparent of Nicholas, William Bellasys, kt., and Nicholas Powtrell, Serjeant at law John Vavasour, esq. Manors of Hassylwood, Freston, Kelfeld, Sykelynghall, Addyngham, Leyde, Newstede, and Woodhall, and 30 messuages, 200 cottages, 4 watermills, and 3 windmills with lands in the same and in Stutton, Ferrybrygge, Wentbrygge, Stubswalden als. Vavasour Hall, and Cockysforthe, and free fishing in the waters of the Eyre and Wharffe, also the advowson of Tyrnscue, and Addyngham churches.
George Savyle, gent. William Atkinson and Margaret his wife Pasture land in Wakefeld.
George Maynprys John Wood Messuage with lands in Kylham and Lowthorpe.
Brain Palmes, esq. Thomas Bulmer, gent. One fifth part of the manor of Naborne and lands in Naburne and Acaster.
Christopher Malholme, esq. Wilfred Banester, gent. Messuage with lands in Elslacke.
Henry Nevill, esq., and Dorothy his wife Cuthbert Wetham, gent., and Dorothy his wife and Anthony Wetham, brother of Cuthbert 7 messuages, a cottage, and a windmill with lands in Cornbrugh and in the forest of Gawtresse.
Thomas Mownteyne James Nawton and Barbara his wife Messuage with lands in Westowe.
Francis Wortley, esq. John Byron, esq., and Alice his wife Manor of Hunshelff and 6 messuages, 6 cottages, and a watermill with lands in Hunshelff, Peynyston, Silkeston, Byrcheworthe, Thurguland, and Snodell, and free fishing in the waters in the same.
Richard Steade Robert Smyth and Beatrix his wife Messuage in Wakefeld, in which Elizabeth Fraunce has a life interest.
Thomas Dalton, esq. Matthew Sayntquyntyne, gent., and Elienora his wife 5 parts of a sixth part of the manors of Sutton and Sutcotts, and 16 messuages and 8 cottages with lands and free fishing in the waters of the Marr and Fyllyng in the same and in Stonefery and Drypoole, in which John Sayntquintine, esq., has a life interest.
Roger Towneshend, esq., Thomas Towneshend, esq., Francis Windam, and Roger Le Straunge, gents. Edmund Windam, kt. Lands in Bentley, Arkesey, and Hanthwayte.
Richard Hopkinson William Ellyson and Katherine his wife, Richard Bradley and Ann his wife, Henry Fawcett and Johanna his wife, John Skatchard and Margaret his wife, Isabel Ellys, and Helena Ellys Messuage with lands in Bradford.
Thomas Byns, Leonard Lofte, John Tomlyngson, Edward Lawton, and Ann Rychardson, wid. Henry Herthfurth and Elizabeth his wife 5 messuages in Hoveden.
Oswold Wylkynson and Peter Hartfurth, clerk William Hartfurth and Elizabeth his wife Messuage, 4 cottages, and a windmill with lands in Howeden, Askilbie, Lapton, Kilpin, Belbie, and Thorpp, which, on the decease of William and Elizabeth, remain to Christopher Hartfurth, their son and heir apparent, and his lawful issue, and failing such, on his death, to the lawful issue of Elizabeth.
Richard Cleyburne, esq. George Bowes, kt., and Jane his wife and Robert Bowes, esq., and Elienora his wife Manor of Kyllerbye als. Kylwarby and a messuage and a cottage with lands in Catericke.
James Foxcrofte and John Hanson Nicholas Savile, esq. Manor of Kexbrowghe, and 40 messuages, 16 cottages, and 4 watermills with lands in Kexbrowghe, Haghe, Westbretton, Darton, Wathe, Wombewell, Rawmarshe, Swynton, Brampton Byerlawe, Hawghe, Hober, Mexbrowgh, Eland, Stayneland, Oldelyndlaye, Barkysland, Rysheworthe, Northland, Quarnebye, Golkar, and Northcrosland.
Edmund Mawde Francis Slyngisby, esq., and Mary his wife. Messuage with lands in Huby and Dunkeswyke.
John Pyne and Nicholas Sympson William Hungate, esq. Manor of Newthrope als. Newthorpe and 12 messuages and a watermill with lands in the same and in Shyrburne, which, after a term of one week, remain to William, the son and heir appaof William Hungate, and Margaret the wife of William the son, and their lawful issue, and failing such, on their deaths, to the right heirs of William the son.
1569—TRINITY TERM, 11 ELIZABETH.
* Robert Gymlyn William Snawsell, gent. Messuage and 2 cottages in the parish of St Michael in le Belfraye, York.
* Robert Gymlyn, senr., and Mary his wife William Gymlyn, senr. Messuage in Petergate in the parish of St Michael, Archi. de Belfraie, York.
George Creswell Walter Jobson, merchant The moiety of 6 messuages and 5 cottages with lands in Donnyngton als. Doddyngton als. Duddyngton.
Peter Stanley, esq., and Margaret his wife Thomas Jenkinson als. Wright, gent., and Dorothy his wife 6 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Wommersley and Hiefelde.
George Creswell, gent. William Mayne, gent 3 messuages and 3 cottages with lands in Beforthe.
Richard Tempest, esq. William Lyster, esq., and Brigitt his wife Manor of West Paythnall and 4 messuages with lands in the same in the parish of Gisbourne.
John Gleidhill Richard Baylie, senr. Messuage with lands in Barkeslande.
Thomas Shypton Edward Ellerker, esq. 2 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Hunnanby.
Robert Appleby Thomas Layton, esq. Messuage and a cottage with lands in Thornabye.
Thomas Stanley, esq. Charles Lyster, esq., James Bankes, and Richard Bankes 20 messuages with lands in Wrenthorpe, Allerthorpe, Owthethorpe, Stanley, and Wakefeld.
Henry Holmes and John Holmes Robert Liversey, gent., and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Sutton, Compsall, and Burghwallyes.
Marmaduke Lacy, esq. Edward Ellerker, esq. Messuage and 3 cottages with lands in Hunnanbye.
Gilbert Frythe, son of John Frythe Gilbert Frythe, son of Gilbert Frythe Messuage with lands in Barkysland.
Thomas Layton, esq. Christopher Metecalff, kt. 4 messuages and a cottage with lands in Wynton, Stanck, Sygston, and Hallykeld.
George Dakyns, esq. George Pollarde, esq. 26 messuages, 6 cottages, and a watermill with lands in Brompton in Pekerynglythe, Snayton, Trowetesdall, Sawdon, Wykam, Ruston, Hewtonbusshell, Estheslerton, and Dyllyngton, also the moiety of the manors of Ayton in Pekeryngelithe, and of 40 messuages and a watermill with lands in Ayton.
George Pollarde, esq. George Dakyns, esq. 20 messuages, 8 cottages, and 2 watermills with lands in Brompton, also the moiety of the manor of Ayton in Pekeryng Lythe, and of 40 messuages and a watermill with lands in the same.
1569—MICHAELMAS TERM, 11 & 12 ELIZABETH.
Edmund Bedyngfeld, esq., son and heir apparent of Henry Bedyngfeld, kt., Thomas Towneshend, esq., Walter Norton, esq., and Thomas Symons, clerk Margaret Yaxley, wid. Manor of Bickerton and 20 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Byckerton, Sunnyngwayt, Bylton, and Tockwith, and the rectory of Byckerton with all the tithes there.