Lancashire Fines
4-7 Edward VI

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1910

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'Lancashire Fines: 4-7 Edward VI', Final Concords for Lancashire, Part 4: 1509-1558 (1910), pp. 79-106. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=52581 Date accessed: 21 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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4–7 Edward VI

(Bundle 14, 4–7 Edward VI. 1550–3.)

m. 344. Monday next after the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, 5 Edward VI. [17 August, 1551].
Between Robert Butterworth and Elizabeth his wife, plaintiffs, and Gervase Hobson and Joan his wife deforciants of a moiety of a messuage, a cottage, a garden, an orchard, 2 barns, 30 a. of land, 10 a. of meadow, 10 a. of pasture, and 40 a. of moor in Butterworth.

Gervace and Joan remitted all right to Robert and his heirs, for which Robert gave the said Gervase £40.

m. 337. Monday in the fifth week of Lent, 4 Edward VI. [24 March, 1550].
Between Richard Wrightington and William Syddall, plaintiffs, and Elizabeth Standysshe, widow, and Lawrence Standysshe deforciants of 8 messuages, 4 cottages, 4 tofts, 8 gardens, 4 orchards . . . . . . . meadow, 400 a. of pasture, 100 a. of wood, 100 a. of moss, 100 a. of furze and heath, and 20s. of rent in Shevyngton.

Elizabeth and Lawrence remitted all right to Richard and William and to the heirs of Richard, for which Richard and William gave them £100.

m. 333. [24 March, 1550].
Between Charles Shotilworth, plaintiff, and Richard Sherburne, kt., deforciant of 10 messuages, 10 gardens, 6 orchards, 200 a. of land, 40 a. of meadow, 60 a. of pasture, 10 a. of wood, 100 a. of moor, 100 a. of moss, and 100 a. of turbary in Chorley.

Richard granted for himself and his heirs that the said tenements, which Joan Shotilworth, widow, held for the term of her life on the day this agreement was made, after the decease of the said Joan, should remain to the said Charles and to his assigns for the term of the life of the said Charles.

m. 330. [24 March, 1550].
Between Ralph Wynnyngton and Edmund Newsham, chaplain, plaintiffs, and Henry Warren, gent., deforciant of 20 messuages, 4 shops, 4 barns, 10 gardens, 60 a. of land, 20 a. of meadow, 60 a. of pasture, and 10 a. of heath in Lyverpole.

Henry acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Ralph, for which Ralph and Edmund granted them to Henry, to have and to hold to the said Henry and to the heirs males of his body; in default to remain to Edward Warren, kt., for the term of his life, after his decease to remain to Francis Warren, son and heir apparent of the said Edward, and to the heirs males of the body of the said Francis; in default to remain to the heirs males of the body of the said Edward, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said Henry for ever.

m. 325. [24 March, 1550].
Between Ralph Trafford, esq., plaintiff, and William Strangwayes, gent., son and heir apparent of Philip Strangwayes, esq., [deforciant] of a messuage, a garden, an orchard, 10 a. of land, 8 a. of meadow, and 7 a. of pasture in Manchester.

William granted that the said tenements, which Robert Davenport and Katherine his wife held for the term of the said Katherine's life on the day this agreement was made, and which after the decease of the said Katherine ought to revert to the said Philip for the term of his life, after the decease of the said Katherine and Philip should remain to the said Ralph and to his heirs for ever, for which Ralph gave him £20.

m. 324. [24 March, 1550].
Between William Morecroft and Thomas Johnson, plaintiffs, and Robert Blundell, gent., deforciant of the manor of Ince Blundell, and of 40 messuages, 300 a. of land, 100 a. of meadow, 300 a. of pasture, 6 a. of wood, 200 a. of heath, 200 a. of moor and moss, and 20s. of rent in Ince Blundell and Lyverpole.

William and Thomas acknowledged the said manor and tenements to be the right of Robert, for which Robert granted them to William and Thomas; to have and to hold to the said William and Thomas and to the heirs of the said William for ever.

m. 321. [24 March, 1550].
Between Nicholas Balderston and John Bradley, plaintiffs, and Henry Parker and Margaret his wife deforciants of 8 a. of land and 4 a. of meadow in Alkyncotes [Alkincoats] and Colne.

Henry and Margaret acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Nicholas, for which Nicholas and John granted them to Henry and Margaret for the term of one week, and after that term to remain to Thomas Lyster, gent., and to his assigns for 21 years; rendering therefor yearly to the said Henry and Margaret and to the heirs of Henry a red rose at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, if it be demanded, and after that term to remain to Henry and Margaret and to the heirs of Henry for ever.

m. 318. [24 March, 1550].
Between James Williamson, plaintiff, and Ranulph Wynnyngton deforciant of a messuage in Manchester.

Ranulph acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of James, for which James granted to Ranulph an annuity of 13s. 4d. issuing from the said tenements; to have, hold and take to the said Ranulph, his heirs and assigns.

m. 315. [24 March, 1550].
Between John Woderove, the elder, plaintiff, and Lawrence Towneley and Ellen his wife deforciants of 2 messuages, 2 gardens, an orchard, 20 a. of land, 20 a. of meadow, 40 a. of pasture, an a. of wood, and 50 a. of furze and heath in Brereclyff [Briercliffe] and Worstorne.

Lawrence and Ellen remitted all right to John and his heirs, for which John gave them £20.

m. 312. [24 March, 1550].
Between Edward Bybbye, plaintiff, and William Radclyff, gent., deforciant of a messuage and a garden in Manchester.

William granted for himself and his heirs that the said tenements, which Margaret Radclyff, widow, late the wife of James Radclyff held for the term of her life on the day this agreement was made, after the said Margaret's decease should remain to the said Edward and his heirs for ever, for which Edward granted to William an annuity of 13s. 4d. issuing from the said tenements; to have, hold and take to the said William, his heirs and assigns.

m. 309. Monday next after the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, 4 Edward VI. [18 August, 1550].
Between Thomas Hesketh, esq., plaintiff, and William Mersshe, of Wygan, yeoman, deforciant of 4 messuages, 4 gardens, 2 orchards, 40 a. of land, 20 a. of meadow, 10 a. of pasture, 10 a. of furze and heath, and 20s. of rent in Wygan.

William remitted all right to Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas gave him £60.

m. 306. [18 August, 1550].
Between Ambrose Aspenhaugh, plaintiff, and George Hulme, gent., son and heir apparent of James Hulme, gent., deforciant of a capital messuage, a garden, an orchard, 30 a. of land, 6 a. of meadow, and 7 a. of pasture in Radyshe [Reddish], and Manchester.

George remitted all right to Ambrose and his heirs, for which Ambrose gave him £60.

m. 303. [18 August, 1550].
Between John Bradell, gent., plaintiff, and Robert Holt, of Stubley, the elder, esq., deforciant of 3 messuages, 2 barns, 3 gardens, 2 orchards, 30 a. of land, 4 a. of meadow, 6 a. of pasture, an a. of wood, 20 a. of moor, 10 a. of turbary, and 20 a. of furze and heath in Whalley.

Robert remitted all right to John and his heirs, for which John gave him £100.

m. 300. [18 August, 1550].
Between Robert Hatton, plaintiff, and Robert Sorocold and Elizabeth his wife deforciants of a messuage, a cottage, a barn, a garden, an orchard, 8 a. of land, an a. of meadow, 20 a. of moss, 20 a. of moor, 20 a. of turbary, and 20 a. of furze and heath in Newton in Makerfeld.

Robert and Elizabeth remitted all right to Robert Hatton and his heirs, for which Robert Hatton gave them £20.

m. 297. [18 August, 1550].
Between John Legh, otherwise Lee, son and heir apparent of Robert Legh and Isabella his wife, plaintiff, and the said Robert Legh, otherwise Lee, and Isabella his wife deforciants of a third part of 2 messuages, a cottage, 20 a. of land, 6 a. of meadow, 30 a. of pasture, and 40 a. of moss in Duxbury and Chorley, in three parts to be divided.

Robert and Isabella remitted all right to John and his heirs, for which John gave them £20.

m. 294. [18 August, 1550].
Between Edward Bybbye, plaintiff, and William Strangwayes, gent., son and heir apparent of Philip Strangwayes, esq., deforciant of 3 messuages, 2 barns, 3 gardens, 2 orchards, 8 a. of land, 3 a. of meadow, and 3 a. of pasture, and of rent of 48s. 4d. in Manchester.

William remitted all right to Edward and his heirs, for which Edward gave him £60.

m. 290. [18 August, 1550].
Between Robert Shawe, plaintiff, and William Strangwayes, gent., son and heir apparent of Philip Strangwayes, esq., deforciant of a messuage, 3 cottages, 4 gardens, an orchard, 2 a. of land, 2 a. of meadow, 2 a. of pasture, and 10s. 6d. of rent in Salfford, and 10s. 8d. of rent in Manchester.

William remitted all right to Robert and his heirs, for which Robert gave him £40.

m. 286. [18 August, 1550].
Between John Bradell, gent., plaintiff, and Alexander Hoghton, of Penhulton, gent., deforciant of a messuage, a barn, a garden, an orchard, 20 a. of land, 10 a. of meadow, 10 a. of pasture, 6 a. of wood, 20 a. of moor, 20 a. of moss, 10 a. of turbary, and 20 a. of furze and heath in Dynkeley [Dinckley].

Alexander granted that the said tenements which Nicholas Batursby and Katherine his wife held for the term of the said Katherine's life, after the said Katherine's decease should remain to the said John Bradell and to his heirs for ever, for which John gave him £60.

m. 283. [18 August, 1550].
Between John Tyldysley, clerk, plaintiff, and Michael Willoughbye and Katherine his wife deforciants of 8 messuages, 2 cottages, 8 barns, 8 gardens, 8 orchards, 100 a. of land, 20 a. of meadow, 30 a. of pasture, 3 a. of wood and underwood, and 40 a. of moor and turbary in Sonkye [Sankey], Dytton, Penketh, Lyverpole, Yerton [Everton], Derbye [West Derby], Melling, and Aughton.

Michael and Katherine remitted all right to John and his heirs, for which John gave them £100.

m. 279. [18 August, 1550].
Between John Tyldisley, clerk, and George Ireland, plaintiffs, and William Garnett, gent., and James Garnett, younger son of the said William, deforciants of 6 messuages, 2 cottages, 4 tofts, 6 gardens, 4 orchards, 100 a. of land, 30 a. of meadow, 40 a. of pasture, 100 a. of moor, 40 a. of turbary, 40 a of moss, and 60 a. of furze and heath in Raynhill and Bold.

William and James acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of John, for which John and George granted them to William for his life, after his decease to remain to the said James and to the heirs of his body, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said William for ever.

m. 276. [18 August, 1550].
Between Thomas Fletewode, esq., plaintiff, and John Browne, esq., and Cristina his wife deforciants of the manors of Great Laton, Great Marton, Poolle [Blackpool], Warbreke, Byspeham, and Little Laton, and of 100 messuages, 30 cottages, 20 tofts, 2 windmills, 2 water-mills, 3 dovecotes, 130 gardens, 40 orchards, 2000 a. of land, 1000 a. of meadow, 2000 a. of pasture, 100 a. of wood, 50 a. of furze and heath, 60 a. of marsh, 100 a. of turbary, 200 a. of moor, 100 a. of moss, 100 a. of alder, and £10 of rent in Great Laton, Great Marton, Poole [Blackpool], Warbreke, Byspeham, Little Laton, Norcrosse [Norcross], Turnall [Trunnah], Hulmes [Holmes], Stalmayne, Stanall, Hamylton [Hambleton], and Rowall [in Catterall], and of a free fishery in the water of Great Merton, called Marton Meere [Marton Mere, tp. Great Marton].

John and Cristina remitted all right to Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas gave them £1500.

m. 273. [18 August, 1550].
Between James Massye, plaintiff, and Thomas Portras and Joan his wife deforciants of 2 messuages, a toft, 3 gardens, 2 orchards, 3 barns, 60 a. of land, 10 a. of meadow, 10 a. of pasture, 5 a. of turbary, and 40 a. of moor in Weryngton [Warrington].

Thomas and Joan remitted all right to James and his heirs, for which James gave them £80.

m. 269. Monday in the fourth week of Lent, 5 Edward VI. [9 March, 1551].
Between George Prowdelove, plaintiff, and John Hopwood, gent., deforciant of a messuage and a garden in Manchester.

John acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of George, for which George granted to the said John a yearly rent of 5s. issuing from the said tenements; to have and to take to the said John and his heirs.

m. 266. [9 March, 1551].
Between Richard Halsall and William Foster, clerk, plaintiffs, and Richard Wolfall and Joan his wife deforciants of 6 a. of land, 2 a. of meadow, and 4 a. of pasture in Walton and Fazakerley.

Richard Wolffall and Joan granted that the said tenements, which Isabella Wolfall, widow, held for the term of her life on the day this agreement was made, after the said Isabella's decease should remain to the said Richard and William and to the heirs of the said Richard Halsall, for which Richard and William granted the said tenements to Richard and Joan; to have and to hold to the said Richard and Joan, after the said Isabella's decease, and to the heirs of the bodies of the said Richard and Joan begotten between them, in default to remain to the said Richard Wolfall and to his heirs for ever.

m. 263. Monday in the fifth week of Lent, . . Edward VI. [16 March, 1551].
Between Richard, . . . . and Thomas Tatlocke, plaintiffs, and Henry Brokeffeld deforciant of 3 messuages, 100 a. of land . . . . . . pasture and 100 a. of heath and moor in Aghton [Aughton], Lathom, Perbolt [Parbold], and Houghton.

Henry acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Richard, for which Richard and Thomas granted them to Henry, to have and to hold to the said Henry and to the heirs of his body; in default to remain to John Brokefeld, bastard son of Thomas Brokefeld, son of the said Henry, and to the heirs of the body of the said John; in default to remain to Richard Brokefeld, son of Roger Brokefeld, brother of the said Henry, and to the heirs of his body; in default to remain to the right heirs of the said Henry for ever.

m. 262. Monday in the fourth week of Lent, 5 Edward VI. [9 March, 1551].
Between Miles Gerrard, esq., and Robert Whalley, plaintiffs, and William Culchith, gent., and Roger Culchith, son and heir apparent of the said William, deforciants of 3 messuages, 2 tofts, 3 gardens, 3 orchards, 60 a. of land, 20 a. of meadow, and 40 a. of pasture in Abraham [Abram], and Hyndley.

William and Roger acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Miles, for which Miles and Robert granted them to William and Roger, to have and to hold to them and to their assigns for the lives of the said William and Roger and the life of either of them living the longest; after their decease the said tenements to remain to Gilbert Culchith, son and heir apparent of the said Roger, and to the heirs males of his body; in default to remain to the heirs males of the body of the said Roger; in default to remain to Ranulph Culchith, brother of the said Roger, and to the heirs males of his body; in default to remain to James Culchith, brother of the said Roger and Ranulph, and to the heirs males of his body; in default to remain to Robert Culchith, brother of the said Roger, Ranulph and James, and to the heirs males of his body; in default to remain to Adam Culchith, brother of the said Roger, Ranulph, James and Robert, and to the heirs males of his body; in default to remain to Richard Culchith, brother of the said Roger, Ranulph, James, Robert and Adam, and to the heirs males of his body; in default to remain to the right heirs of the said William Culchith and to their heirs for ever.

m. 259. [9 March, 1551].
Between James Morecroft and Gilbert Woodefall, plaintiffs, and William Bradshagh, esq., deforciant of a windmill, 16 a. of land, 3 a. of meadow, 10 a. of pasture, and 40 a. of moor in Uplytherland [Litherland par. Aughton].

William remitted all right to James and Gilbert and to the heirs of James, for which James and Gilbert gave him £40.

m. 256. [9 March, 1551].
Between James Morecroft, plaintiff, and Hector Smoot deforciant of a messuage, a barn, a garden, an orchard, 10 a. of land, 4 a. of meadow, 6 a. of pasture, one a. of wood, 10 a. of moor, 4 a. of moss, and 8 a. of turbary in Burscoo [Burscough].

Hector remitted all right to James and his heirs, for which James gave him £40.

m. 253. [9 March, 1551].
Between William Westby, esq., plaintiff, and Christopher Colborne deforciant of 2 messuages, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 40 a. of land, 10 a. of meadow, 20 a. of pasture, and 20 a. of moor in Newton and Scales [Newton with Scales, par. Kirkham].

Christopher remitted all right to William and his heirs, for which William gave him £40.

m. 250. [9 March, 1551].
Between John Jopson, plaintiff, and William Strangwayes, gent., deforciant of a messuage, a garden, an orchard, 7 a. of land, 2 a. of meadow, and 7 a. of pasture in Ardwyck in the parish of Manchester.

William granted that the said tenements, which George Strangwayes held for the term of his life on the day this agreement was made, after the decease of the said George and of Philip Strangwayes, esq., father of the said William, should remain to the said John and to his heirs for ever, for which John gave him £40.

m. 247. [9 March, 1551].
Between Alexander Rygbye and George Ireland, plaintiffs, and George Entwissell, esq., deforciant of 36 messuages, 10 cottages, 20 gardens, 10 orchards, 1000 a. of land, 200 a. of meadow, 1000 a. of pasture, 40 a. of wood, 1000 a. of turbary, 1000 a. of moss, 2000 a. of moor, 1000 a. of furze and heath, and 32s. of rent in Entwissell [Entwistle], Wao [Wayoh], Bolton on the Moors, Chorleton [cum Hardy], Rysholme [Rusholme], Ardwyck, Wythington, and Manchester.

George acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Alexander, for which Alexander and George granted them to George Entwisell for one week, and after that term to remain to Thurstan Tyldesley, esq., and to his assigns for the term of the said Thurstan's life, and after his decease to remain to Edward Tyldesley, gent.

m. 244. [9 March, 1551].
Between William Laythwayt, plaintiff, and William Bradshagh, esq., deforciant of 7 a. of land, 4 a. of meadow, 6 a. of pasture, and one a. of wood in Uplytherland [Litherland, par. Aughton] and Aghton [Aughton].

William Bradshagh remitted all right to William Laythwayt and his heirs, for which William Laythwayt gave him 40 marks.

m. 241. Monday next after the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, 5 Edward VI. [17 August, 1551].
Between Stephen Browne, plaintiff, and Henry Ince and Katherine his wife, Ralph Partington and Mary his wife deforciants of 2 messuages, and 2 gardens in Manchester.

The deforciants acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Stephen, for which Stephen granted to Ralph and Mary an annuity of 5s. issuing from the said tenements; to have, hold and take to the said Ralph and Mary and to the heirs of the said Mary.

m. 238. [17 August, 1551].
Between Thurstan Tyldysley, esq., plaintiff, and Richard Briche, (fn. 1) esq., and Anne his wife deforciants of a messuage, a cottage, 2 gardens, 50 a. of land, 6 a. of meadow, 20 a. of pasture, and a free fishery in the water of Mercye, with the appurtenances in Sonckye [Sankey].

Richard and Anne remitted all right to Thurstan and his heirs, for which Thurstan gave them £200.

m. 235. [17 August, 1551].
Between Thomas Keuerden, plaintiff, and Nicholas Ambros and William Ambros deforciants of a messuage, 3 gardens, an orchard, 20 a. of land, 8 a. of meadow, 60 a. of pasture, and 40 a. of turbary in Middleforth [par. Penwortham].

Nicholas and William remitted all right to Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas gave them £40.

m. 232. [17 August, 1551].
Between Edward Bybby, plaintiff, and Hamon Bybby deforciant of 3 messuages, 2 gardens, an orchard, and a rood of land in Salford.

Hamon remitted all right to Edward and his heirs, for which Edward gave him £40.

m. 229. [17 August, 1551].
Between William Chernock, John Charnock, gent., and John Clayton, plaintiffs, and Richard Beconsawe, esq., and Joan his wife deforciants of the manor of Bekensow, otherwise Beconsall [Becconsall], with the appurtenances, and of 20 messuages, 10 cottages, 10 tofts, 20 gardens, a dovecote, a windmill, 10 orchards, 360 a. of land, 80 a. of meadow, 140 a. of pasture, 20 a. of wood, 200 a. of moor, 200 a. of turbary, and 15s. 2d. of rent in Bekensow, otherwise Beconsall, Hesketh, Acton otherwise Aghton [Aughton], and Great Holl [Hoole] in Croston and Aghton.

Richard and Joan acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of the plaintiffs; to have for the lives of the said Richard and Joan and the life of either of them living the longest, for which the plaintiffs gave the said Richard £200.

m. 226. [17 August, 1551].
Between Thomas Birche, gent., plaintiff, and William Strangwayes, son and heir of Philip Strangwayes, esq., deforciant of a messuage, a garden, an orchard, 4 a. of land, 3 a. of meadow, and 4 a. of pasture in Rysshulme [Rusholme] within the township of Wythington.

William granted that the said tenements, which Robert Damport and Katherine his wife held for the term of the said Katherine's life on the day this agreement was made, after the decease of the said Katherine should remain to the said Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas gave him £40.

m. 223. [17 August, 1551].
Between Thomas Gargrave, kt., and Nicholas Sayvell, plaintiffs, and Henry Sayvyll, kt., and Robert Sayvyll, esq., deforciants of the manors of Folrige [Foulridge], Inchefeld, and Rachedale, with the appurtenances, and of 60 messuages, 30 cottages, 20 tofts, 60 gardens, 40 orchards, a dovecote, 2 watermills, 1000 a. of land, 500 a. of meadow, 600 a. of pasture, 100 a. of wood, 1000 a. of moor, 1000 a. of turbary, 1000 a. of moss, 1000 a. of furze and heath, and £10. 10s. of rent in Folrige, Inchefeld, and Rachedale.

Henry and Robert acknowledged the said manors and tenements to be the right of Nicholas, for which Thomas and Nicholas granted them to the said Robert Sayvyll, to have and to hold for one week, and after that term to remain to Anne Sayvyll, wife of the said Robert, for her life; after her decease to remain to the said Robert Sayvyll and to the heirs males of his body; in default to remain to the said Henry Sayvyll, kt., and to the heirs males of his body; in default to remain to the heirs males of the body of a certain Thomas Sayvyll, late of Lupsett, co. York, esq., deceased; in default to remain to the right heirs of the said Henry Sayvyll, kt., for ever.

m 220. [17 August, 1551].
Between Richard Longworth, Robert Mather, Robert Amott, and John Wright, plaintiffs, and William Longworth and Ralph Longworth deforciants of 4 messuages, a toft, 2 cottages, 100 a. of land, 40 a. of meadow, 200 a. of pasture, 2 a. of wood, 200 a. of moor, moss, marsh and turbary in Fazakerley, Walton and Lenacre [Linacre].

William and Ralph remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of Richard, for which the plaintiffs gave them £100.

m. 217. [17 August, 1551].
Between Ralph Hunt, plaintiff, and James Hulme, gent., deforciant of 2 messuages and 2 gardens in Mancester, and of the tenth part of a messuage in Manchester.

James acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Ralph, for which Ralph granted to James an annuity of 9s. issuing from the said tenements; to have, hold and take the said annuity to the said James and his heirs for ever.

m. 214. [17 August, 1551].
Between Christopher Graunt, plaintiff, and William Strangwayes, gent., son and heir apparent of Philip Strangwayes, esq., deforciant of 2 a. of land, 2 a. of meadow, and 2 a. of pasture in Chetam [Cheetham].

William remitted all right to Christopher and his heirs, for which Christopher gave him £20.

m. 211. [17 August, 1551].
Between William Sayvell, gent., plaintiff, and John Holker, gent., deforciant of 2 messuages, 2 tofts, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 2 barns, 100 a. of land, 40 a. of meadow, 40 a. of pasture, 30 a. of wood, and 100 a. of moor, moss and turbary in Cleveger [Cliviger].

John remitted all right to William and his heirs, for which William gave him £40.

m. 208. [17 August, 1551].
Between Thomas Grene, plaintiff, and William Strangwayes, gent., son and heir apparent of Philip Strangways, esq., deforciant of a messuage, a cottage, 2 gardens, an orchard, 1 a. of land, half an a. of meadow, half an a. of pasture, and 22s. 4d. of rent in Manchester.

William acknowledged the said tenements and rent to be the right of Thomas, and granted for himself and his heirs that the said rent, which the said Philip and Dulceabella his wife held for the term of their lives on the day this agreement was made, and which after the decease of the said Dulceabella ought to remain to the said William and to the heirs males of his body, after the decease of the said Philip and Dulceabella should remain to the said Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas granted to William an annuity of 22s. 4d. issuing from the said tenements, commencing immediately after the death of the said Philip and Dulceabella; to have, hold and take the said annuity to the said William, his heirs and assigns.

m. 205. [17 August, 1551].
Between Thomas Bexwick, plaintiff, and William Strangwayes, gent., deforciant of a messuage, a barn, a garden, an a. of land, half an a. of meadow, and half an a. of pasture, and 10s. of rent in Manchester.

William acknowledged the said tenements and rent to be the right of Thomas, and granted that the said rent, which Philip Strangwayes, esq., father of the said William, had or held for the term of his life on the day this agreement was made, and which after the decease of the said Philip ought to remain to the said William and to the heirs males of his body, after the decease of the said Philip, should remain to the said Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas granted to William an annuity of 10s. issuing from the said tenements, commencing immediately after the decease of the said Philip; to have, hold and take to the said William his heirs and assigns.

m. 202. [17 August, 1551].
Between John Byron, esq., plaintiff, and Roger Kyrshagh and Katherine his wife deforciants of 3 messuages, an orchard, 3 gardens, 30 a. of land, 16 a. of meadow, 10 a. of pasture, 20 a. of moor, moss and turbary, 6 a. of furze and heath, and 2s. 2d. of rent in Castelton.

Roger and Katherine remitted all right to John and his heirs, for which John gave them £40.

m. 199. [17 August, 1551].
Between Lawrence Morley and Lawrence Cause, plaintiffs, and Thomas Hesketh, esq., deforciant of 60 messuages, 60 gardens, 60 orchards, 500 a. of land, 200 a. of meadow, 200 a. of pasture, 100 a. of wood, 100 a. of turbary, and 200 a. of moor, and a moiety of a water-mill in Rufforthe, Mowdesley, Shevyngton, Wegan, Pemberton, Holland, Hyndley, Byllysborowgh [Bilsborrow par. Garstang], Haghton [Haighton], Farington, Penwortham, Hothersall, Preston in Amondernes, Keuerden [Cuerden], Ley, Leyland, Euxton, Hotton [Hutton], Coppull, Wryghtington, Skelmersdale, Walton in le Dale, Thystelton [Thistleton, par. Kirkham], and Aghton [Aighton] in Blackburneshier.

Thomas remitted all right to Lawrence and Lawrence and to the heirs of Lawrence Morley, for which Lawrence and Lawrence gave him £200.

m. 196. Monday in the fourth week of Lent, 5 Edward VI. [9 March, 1551].
Between Lawrence Asshaw, Thomas Radclyff, and William Townerow, plaintiffs, and James Hulme, gent., deforciant of 20 messuages, 10 cottages, 10 tofts, 20 gardens, 10 orchards, 200 a. of land, 40 a. of meadow, 100 a. of pasture, 20 a. of wood, 100 a. of moor, 100 a. of marsh, 100 a. of turbary, 100 a. of moss, and 100 a. of furze and heath in Hulme, Denton, Wythyngton, Heton [Heaton Norris], Strangwyshe [Strangeways, tp. Cheetham], and Radyshe [Reddish].

James acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Thomas, for which Thomas and William granted them to James; to have and to hold for his life; after his decease to remain to Robert Hulme, gent., son and heir apparent of George Hulme, son and heir apparent of the said James, and to the heirs males of the body of the said Robert; in default to remain to Richard Hulme, younger son of the said James, and to the heirs males of the body of the said Richard; in default to remain to Ralph Hulme, brother of the said Richard, and to the heirs males of the body of the said Ralph; in default to remain to Nicholas Hulme, brother of the said Richard and Ralph, and to the heirs males of the body of the said Nicholas; in default to remain to John Hulme, brother of the said Richard, Ralph and Nicholas, and to the heirs males of the body of the said John; in default to remain to Edmund Hulme, brother of the said Richard, Ralph, Nicholas and John, and to the heirs males of his body, in default to remain to the said Robert Hulme and to his heirs for ever.

m. 193. [9 March, 1551].
Between John Woodefall, of Wydnes, plaintiff, and Ralph Barker deforciant of a toft, a barn, a garden, an orchard, 10 a. of land, 2 a. of meadow, 4 a. of pasture, and 20 a. of moor in Eccleston near Prescott.

Ralph remitted all right to John and his heirs, for which John gave him £20.

m. 190. [9 March, 1551].
Between John Parkynson, and John Woodeborne, plaintiffs, and Thomas Leylond, esq., deforciant of 28 messuages, 7 cottages, 2 burgages, 3 saltpits, 540 a. of land, 52 a. of meadow, 540 a. of pasture, 100 a. of moor, 100 a. of turbary, 200 a. of furze and heath, 3s. 4d. of rent., and a free fishery in the water of Wyer [Wyre, namely in Hambleton], in Tyldesley, Bedforth [Bedford], Hyndley, Hamelton [Hambleton], Preston in Amoundernes and Overderwynt [Over Darwen].

Thomas remitted all right to John and John and to the heirs of John Parkynson, for which John and John gave him £100.

m. 187. [9 March, 1551].
Between Lewis Wyldyng, plaintiff, and John Tomlynson deforciant of a messuage, a garden, an orchard, 2 a. of land, and 10 a. of moor in Hutton.

John remitted all right to Lewis and his heirs, for which Lewis gave him £20.

m. 184. [9 March, 1551].
Between George Nelson, gent., and John Watkynson, plaintiffs, and Richard Becansaw, gent., deforciant of the manor of Becansaw, with the appurtenances, and of 18 messuages, 10 cottages, 10 tofts, 20 gardens, 10 orchards, a dovecote, a windmill, 360 a. of land, 80 a. of meadow, 140 a. of pasture, 20 a. of wood, 200 a. of moor, 200 a. of turbary, and 15s. 1d. of rent in Becansaw [Becconsall], Hesketh, Acton otherwise Aghton [Aughton], and Great Hole [Hoole].

Richard acknowledged the said manor and tenements to be the right of George, for which George and John granted them to Richard for his life, and after his decease to remain to Joan Becansow, wife of the said Richard, for the term of her life; after her decease to remain to the heirs of the body of the said Richard, in default to remain to Richard Assheton, of Croston, esq., and to his heirs for ever.

m. 181. [9 March, 1551].
Between John Jopson, plaintiff, and William Strangwayes, gent., deforciant of 4 a. of land and 4 a. of pasture in Withington in the parish of Manchester.

William granted that the said tenements, which Philip, father of the said William, held for the term of his life on the day this agreement was made, and which after the decease of the said Philip ought to remain to the said William and to the heirs males of his body, after the decease of the said Philip should remain to the said John and to his heirs for ever, for which John gave him £40.

m. 178. [9 March, 1551].
Between Thomas Chatherton and John Blakelow, plaintiffs, and Lawrence Tetlow deforciant of 6 messuages, 2 orchards, 40 a. of land, 10 a. of meadow, and 30 a. of pasture in Assheton under Lyne and Oldham.

Lawrence acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Thomas, for which Thomas and John granted them to Lawrence; to have and to hold to the said Lawrence and his heirs for ever.

m. 175. [9 March, 1551].
Between Lawrence Asshaw and John Hall, plaintiffs, and John Atherton, kt., deforciant of 2 messuages, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 60 a. of land, 20 a. of meadow, 40 a. of pasture, 10 a. of wood, 40 a. of moor, 40 a. of moss, and 40 a. of furze and heath in Hyndley.

John Atherton remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of Lawrence, for which the plaintiffs gave him 100 marks.

m. 172. [9 March, 1551].
Between George Spakeman, plaintiff, and George Pemmerton, gent., deforciant of 7 a. of land in Bedfford in the parish of Leigh.

George Pemmerton remitted all right to George Spakeman and his heirs, for which George Spakeman gave him 20 marks.

m. 169. [9 March, 1551].
Between Robert Fletewode and John Stokys, plaintiffs, and William Tyldesley, esq., deforciant of 360 a. of land in Worseley, Tyldysley, Asteley, and Nether Hilton otherwise Le Wiche Eves [in Little Hulton].

William remitted all right to Robert and John and to the heirs of Robert, for which Robert and John gave him £40.

m. 166. [9 March, 1551].
Between Richard Sherburne, kt., John Kychyn, esq., and Thomas Towneley, gent., plaintiffs, and Lawrence Haberjam, gent., deforciant of the manor of Haberjam [Habergham], with the appurtenances, and of 4 messuages, 3 cottages, 4 tofts, 6 gardens, 4 orchards, 300 a. of land, 60 a. of meadow, 100 a. of pasture, 20 a. of wood, 100 a. of moor, 40 a. of moss, and 20 a. of turbary in Haberjam [Habergham Eaves], Barneley [Burnley], and Hapton.

Lawrence remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of Thomas, for which the plaintiffs gave him 100 marks.

m. 163. Monday next after the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, 5 Edward VI. [17 August, 1551].
Between Richard Ambros, clerk, plaintiff, and John Starkye, gent., deforciant of a yearly rent of 26s. 8d. issuing from a messuage and 40 a. of land in Bycurstath [Bickerstaffe], called "Stodfordshaw."

John remitted all right to Richard; to have, hold and take to him, his heirs and assigns, for which Richard gave him 40 marks.

m. 160. [17 August, 1551].
Between Ralph Grenacre, gent., plaintiff, and Henry Parker deforciant of 4 messuages, 2 cottages, 2 tofts, 3 crofts, 3 barns, 4 gardens, 4 orchards, 100 a. of land, 40 a. of meadow, 60 a. of pasture, 20 a. of wood, 100 a. of moor, 100 a. of marsh, 40 a. of turbary, and 100 a. of furze and heath in Holte, Howse and Colne.

Henry remitted all right to Ralph and his heirs, for which Ralph gave him £100.

m. 157. Monday in the fifth week of Lent, 4 Edward VI. [24 March, 1550].
Between Roger Nycolson, plaintiff, and George [Sout] hworth (?), gent., and Agnes his wife deforciants of a messuage, a garden, 2 barns, 14½ a. of land, and 5 a. of meadow in Bare.

George and Agnes remitted all right to Roger and his heirs, for which Roger gave them £20.

m. 153. [24 March, 1550].
Between Robert Fletewood and John Stokes, plaintiffs, and William Tyldesley, esq., deforciant of a capital messuage in Netherhilton, called "le Pele of Hilton," otherwise "le Hall of Wyche Eves," 10 messuages, 7 cottages, a watermill, 12 gardens, 40 a. of land, 40 a. of meadow, 100 a. of pasture, 40 a. of wood, 1000 a. of moor, 100 a. of moss, 100 a. of turbary, and a rent of a pair of gloves, and the moiety of a pound of pepper in Worseley and Nether Hilton [Little Hulton], otherwise "le Wyche Eves."

William remitted all right to Robert and John and to the heirs of Robert, for which Robert and John gave him 800 marks.

m. 151. Monday next after the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, 5 Edward VI. [17 August, 1551].
Between Edward Norres, plaintiff, and Roger Downes, esq., deforciant of a messuage, a garden, an orchard, 10 a. of land, 5 a. of meadow, 7 a. of pasture, and 2 a. of wood in Heton Norres, in the parish of Manchester.

Roger remitted all right to Edward and his heirs, for which Edward gave him £40.

m. 148. [17 August, 1551].
Between John Holcroft, the elder, kt., plaintiff, and Robert Matherer, gent., deforciant of a messuage, a cottage, 2 gardens, 40 a. of land, 6 a. of meadow, and 10 a. of pasture in Culchet.

Robert remitted all right to John and his heirs, for which John gave him £40.

m. 145. Monday in the fourth week of Lent, 6 Edward VI. [28 March, 1552].
Between Henry Watmough and Henry Webster, plaintiffs, and Henry Eccleston and Grace his wife deforciants of 10 messuages, 4 cottages, 4 tofts, 5 crofts, 10 gardens, 8 orchards, 100 a. of land, 40 a. of meadow, 100 a. of pasture, 10 a. of wood, 100 a. of moor, 200 a. of turbary, 100 a. of moss, and 100 a. of furze and heath in Parr and Lathom.

Henry Eccleston and Grace acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Henry Watmough, for which the plaintiffs granted them to Henry and Grace; to have and to hold to the said Henry and Grace for their lives and the life of the longest liver of them; after their decease to remain to Thomas Eccleston, son of the said Henry and Grace, and to the heirs of his body; in default to remain to the heirs of the bodies of the said Henry and Grace begotten between them; in default to remain to Thomas Eccleston, esq., brother of the said Henry, and to the heirs males of his body; in default to remain to the heirs males of the body of the said Henry Eccleston; in default to remain to the heirs of the body of the said Grace; in default to remain to the heirs males of the body of a certain Henry Eccleston, deceased, grandfather of the said Thomas Eccleston, esq.; in default to remain to the right heirs of the said Grace for ever.

m. 142. [28 March, 1552].
Between Henry Barnes, clerk, and Richard Penkith, plaintiffs, and William Heyton, esq., John Bolde, esq., and Elizabeth his wife deforciants of the manors of Heyton and Bircheley and of 60 messuages, 2 water-mills, 1000 a. of land, 100 a. of meadow, 200 a. of pasture, 40 a. of wood, 300 a. of moss and heath, and 3s. 1d. of rent in Horwiche, Heyton [Heaton, par. Dean], Byrcheley [Birchley, tp. Billinge], Byllynge, Sinderland, Rumworth, Lastocke [Lostock], Olverston [Ulverston], Russett [Roshead] in Fornes [Furness], and Golderswatt.

The deforciants remitted all right to Henry and Richard and to the heirs of Henry, for which Henry and Richard gave them £300.

m. 139. [28 March, 1552].
Between James Scaresbreck, esq., plaintiff, and William Bradshaw, esq., deforciant of the manors of Uplitherland and Aghton, with the appurtenances, and of a messuage, a cottage, a toft, 6 crofts, a dovecote, a windmill, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 100 a. of land, 10 a. of meadow, 10 a. of pasture, 4 a. of wood, 40 a. of moor, 40 a. of moss, 40 a. of marsh, 40 a. of furze and heath, and 46s. of rent in Uplitherland [Litherland, par. Aughton], and Aghton.

William remitted all right to James and his heirs, for which James gave him £80.

m. 136. [28 March, 1552].
Between Richard Perpoynt and William Platt, plaintiffs, and Henry Ince and Katherine his wife deforciants of a messuage, a garden, an orchard, and a croft in Salfford, in the parish of Manchester.

Henry and Katherine acknowledged the said moiety to be the right of Richard, for which Richard and William granted to Henry and Katherine an annuity of 6s. 3d. issuing from the said moiety; to have, hold and take to the said Henry and Katherine and to the heirs of the said Katherine.

m. 133. [28 March, 1552].
Between Thomas Nelson and Peter Hey, plaintiffs, and John Barton and Margaret his wife deforciants of a moiety of a messuage, a toft, a garden, an orchard, 30 a. of land, 3 a. of meadow, and an a. of wood in Lathom.

John and Margaret remitted all right to Thomas and Peter and to the heirs of Thomas, for which Thomas and Peter gave them 100 marks.

m. 130. [28 March, 1552].
Between Ralph Webster, plaintiff, and John Norres and Margaret his wife deforciants of a third part of 3 messuages, 20 a. of land, and 10 a. of pasture in Kyrkebye [Kirkby, par. Walton], and Fazakerley.

John and Margaret remitted all right to Ralph and his heirs, for which Ralph gave them 40 marks.

m. 127. [28 March, 1552].
Between William Tomson, plaintiff, and Robert Twisilton, gent., and Agnes his wife deforciants of a messuage, a garden, an orchard, 9 a. of land, 3 a. of meadow, 3 a. of pasture, and 2 a. of wood and underwood in Escryge [Eskrigge] in the parish of Gressingham.

Robert and Agnes granted that the said tenements, which Joan Twysilton, widow, held for the term of her life on the day this agreement was made, after the said Joan's decease should remain to the said William and his heirs for ever, for which William gave them £40.

m. 124. [28 March, 1552].
Between Christopher Graunt, plaintiff, and William Strangwayes deforciant of 2 a. of land, 2 a. of meadow, and 1 a. of pasture in Manchester.

William granted that the said tenements, which Philip Strangwayes, esq., father of the said William, held for the term of his life on the day this agreement was made, and which after the decease of the said Philip ought to revert to the said William and the heirs males of his body, after the said William's decease should remain to the said Christopher and to his heirs for ever; for which Christopher granted to the said William a yearly rent of a red rose; to have and to hold the said yearly rent to the said William and his heirs.

m. 121. [28 March, 1552].
Between Thomas Holte, kt., and Richard Radclyff, gent., plaintiffs, and George Chatherton, gent., deforciant of 8 messuages, 8 gardens, 8 orchards, 200 a. of land, 40 a. of meadow, 100 a. of pasture, 4 a. of wood, and 100 a. of heath in Nuthurst [tp. Moston] and Assheton under Lyne.

George remitted all right to Thomas and Richard and to the heirs of Thomas, for which Thomas and Richard gave him £40.

m. 118. [28 March, 1552].
Between Thomas Eccleston, esq., and Richard Lancastre, gent., plaintiffs, and Roger Colley, gent., deforciant of 8 messuages, 4 cottages, 4 tofts, a wind-mill, 10 gardens, 10 orchards, 200 a. of land, 60 a. of meadow, 100 a. of pasture, 20 a. of wood, 100 a. of moor, 100 a. of marsh, 100 a. of turbary, 100 a. of furze and heath, and 3s. 4d. of rent in Wyndell [Windle], Sutton, and Melling.

Roger acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Thomas, for which Thomas and Richard granted them to Roger for his life; after his decease to remain to Robert Colley, son and heir apparent of the said Roger, and to the heirs of his body; in default to remain to Richard Colley, younger son of the said Roger, and to the heirs of his body, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said Richard.

m. 115. [28 March, 1552].
Between Adam Byrom, plaintiff, and John Gybonson deforciant of 3 messuages and 3 gardens in Salfford, in the parish of Manchester.

Richard (fn. 2) remitted all right to Adam and his heirs, for which Adam gave him £40.

m. 112. [28 March, 1552].
Between Anthony Shepperd, plaintiff, and William Strangwayes, gent., deforciant of 4 cottages, a barn, 4 gardens, and 3 a. of land in Manchester.

William granted that the said tenements, which Philip Strangwayes, esq., father of the said William, held for the term of his life on the day this agreement was made, and which after the decease of the said Philip ought to revert to the said William and the heirs males of his body, after the said William's decease should remain to the said Anthony and his heirs for ever, for which Anthony gave him £40.

m. 109. [28 March, 1552].
Between William Cowborn, clerk, plaintiff, and Christopher Cowborne deforciant of 2 messuages, a garden, an orchard, 24 a. of land, 4 a. of meadow, and 8 a. of pasture in Frekylton [Freckleton].

Christopher remitted all right to William and his heirs, for which William gave him 40 marks.

m. 106. [28 March, 1552].
Between William Kenyon, gent., plaintiff, and Robert Gidlow and Ellen his wife deforciants of 10 a. of land, 8 a. of meadow, and 20 a. of pasture in Aspull.

Robert and Ellen remitted all right to William and his heirs, for which William gave them £80.

m. 103. [28 March, 1552].
Between Ralph Barton and George Ireland, plaintiffs, and John Bolde, esq., and Elizabeth his wife, William Heyton, esq., and Lambert Heyton deforciants of 2 messuages, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 60 a. of land, 20 a. of meadow, 30 a. of pasture, 12 a. of wood, 100 a. of moor, and 10 a. of moss in Heyton under Horwiche [Heaton under Horwich].

The deforciants acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Ralph, for which Ralph and George granted to John and Elizabeth an annuity of 54s. issuing from the said tenements; to have, hold and take the said annuity to the said John and Elizabeth for the life of the said Elizabeth. And further the said Ralph and George granted to the said William Heyton an annuity of 54s. issuing from the said tenements; to have, hold and take the said annuity to the said William and his heirs for ever, the first payment commencing after the decease of the said Lambert Heyton and Elizabeth wife of the said John Bold and of the longest liver of them. And further the said Ralph and George granted the said tenements to the said Lambert for the term of one week, and after that term is ended to remain to Katherine Heyton, wife of the said Lambert, for her life; after her decease to remain to the said Lambert and to the heirs males of his body, in default to remain to the said William and to the heirs males of his body, in default to remain to Fernando Heyton and to the heirs males of his body, in default to remain to Richard Heyton and to the heirs males of his body, in default to remain to Geoffrey Heyton and to the heirs males of his body, in default to remain to Brian Heyton and to the heirs males of his body, in default to remain to Vane Heyton and to the heirs males of his body, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said William Heyton and to their heirs for ever.

m. 100. 22 August, 6 Edward VI. [1552].
Between Robert Kenyon, plaintiff, and Matthew Rogerson, otherwise Golbron, and John Carter deforciants of a messuage, a garden, an orchard, a toft, 2 crofts, 10 a. of land, an a. of meadow, 3 a. of pasture, an a. of wood, and 40 a. of furze and heath in Golbron [Golborne].

Matthew and John remitted all right to Robert and his heirs, for which Robert gave them 40 marks.

m. 97. 22 August, 6 Edward VI. [1552].
Between Henry Osbaldeston and Alexander Rissheworth, plaintiffs, and Henry Kighley, esq., Nicholas Tempest, esq., and Isabella his wife deforciants of 21 messuages, 500 a. of land, 200 a. of meadow, 1000 a. of pasture, 500 a. of heath, and 500 a. of moor in Inskip, Eccleston [par St. Michael on Wyre], Lightshawe [Lightshaw Hall, near Golborne], and Golborne.

The deforciants acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Henry, for which Henry and Alexander granted to Nicholas and Isabella a yearly rent of £30 issuing from the said tenements; to have and to take the said yearly rent to the said Nicholas and Isabella during the said Isabella's life, to be paid yearly at the Annunciation of the B. Mary and St. Michael, in the parish church of Whalley, between the first and fourth hours after midday. And besides Henry and Alexander granted the said tenements to Henry Kigheley and his assigns for ever.

m. 94. Monday in the fourth week of Lent, 6 Edward VI. [28 March, 1552].
Between John Lodyan and Matilda his wife, plaintiffs, and Edmund Apelow and Alice his wife deforciants of the third part of a messuage, a toft, a garden, an orchard, 6 a. of land, an a. of meadow, and 40 a. of moss in Netherheseham [Nether Heysham].

Edmund and Alice remitted all right to John and Matilda and to the heirs of Matilda, for which John and Matilda gave them £40.

m. 91. [28 March, 1552].
Between Edward, Earl of Derby, plaintiff, and Thomas Fletewode, esq., and Bridget his wife deforciants of 2 messuages, 2 gardens, 24 a. of land, 4 a. of meadow, and 10 a. of pasture, in Perbalde [Parbold] and Eccleston.

Thomas and Bridget remitted all right to the Earl and his heirs, for which the Earl gave them £40.

m. 88. [28 March, 1552].
Between Thomas Standysshe, plaintiff, and John Westfeld and Ellen his wife deforciants of the third part of a messuage, a toft, a garden, an orchard, 6 a. of land, an a. of meadow, and 40 a. of moss in Netherheseham [Nether Heysham].

John and Ellen remitted all right to Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas gave them 40 marks.

m. 85. [28 March, 1552].
Between Thomas Loune, plaintiff, and Henry, Duke of Suffolk, and the Lady Frances his wife deforciants of the manor of Thurneham, with the appurtenances, and of 30 messuages, 10 cottages, 20 tofts, 36 gardens, 20 orchards, 2 water-mills, 20 saltpits, 1000 a. of land, 200 a. of meadow, 300 a. of pasture, 40 a. of wood, 1000 a. of moor, 1000 a. of moss, 200 a. of marsh, 200 a. of turbary, 200 a. of furze and heath, and 20s. of rent in Thurneham, Cokersham, and Glasson.

The Duke and Frances remitted all right to Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas gave them £100.

m. 81. [28 March, 1552].
Between Robert Ryley and Beatrice his wife, plaintiffs, and Richard Lache, clerk, deforciant of a messuage, a toft, a croft, a garden, an orchard, 30 a. of land, 10 a. of meadow, 20 a. of pasture, and 100 a. of moss and moor in Oswaldtwissell, in the parish of Churche.

Richard remitted all right to Robert and Beatrice and to the heirs of Beatrice, for which Robert and Beatrice gave him £100.

m. 78. [28 March, 1552].
Between William Coltman, plaintiff, and George Sowthworth, esq., and Agnes his wife deforciants of 4 messuages, 2 barns, 4 gardens, 2 crofts, 11 a. of land, and 2 a. of meadow in Lancaster and Middleton.

George and Agnes remitted all right to William and his heirs, for which William gave them £40.

m. 75. [28 March, 1552].
Between Christopher Pulton and Henry Pulton, plaintiffs, and Nicholas Cottom deforciant of 4 a. of meadow in Byllsboroo [Bilsborrow].

Nicholas remitted all right to Christopher and Henry and to the heirs of Henry, for which Christopher and Henry gave him £20.

m. 72. [28 March, 1552].
Between Henry Johnson, plaintiff, and Alexander Richardson and Ellen his wife deforciants of a messuage and a garden in Manchester.

Alexander and Ellen remitted all right to Henry and his heirs, for which Henry gave them 40 marks.

m. 69. [28 March, 1552].
Between Henry Byrom and George Prodelove, plaintiffs, and William Strangwayes, gent., deforciant of a messuage, a garden, an orchard, and 8 a. of pasture in Strangwayes, in the parish of Manchester.

William remitted all right to Henry and George and to the heirs of Henry, for which Henry and George gave him 40 marks.

m. 66. [28 March, 1552].
Between Thomas Woode and Joan his wife, plaintiffs, and Richard Lache, clerk, deforciant of a messuage, a toft, a croft, a garden, an orchard, 16 a. of land, 8 a. of meadow, 20 a. of pasture, and 6 a. of moss and moor in Womersley [Walmersley], in the parish of Bery.

Richard remitted all right to Thomas and Joan and to the heirs of Joan, for which Thomas and Joan gave him £40.

m. 63. [28 March, 1552].
Between John Byron, kt., and John Byron, bastard son of the said John, plaintiffs, and Henry Chadwick and Alice his wife deforciants of 3 messuages, 3 gardens, 3 orchards, 40 a. of land, 8 a. of meadow, 10 a. of pasture, 4 a. of wood, and 40 a. of furze and heath in Newbold and Castelton.

Henry and Alice remitted all right to John and John and to the heirs of John, the son, for which John and John gave them £40.

m. 60. [28 March, 1552].
Between Henry Bury and Henry Tarleton, plaintiffs, and Ralph Burye and Anne his wife, and Robert Knolle and Joan his wife deforciants of 3 messuages, 20 a. of land, 6 a. of meadow, 20 a. of pasture, and 10s. of rent in Pulton [Poulton with Fearnhead], Fernehedd, and Glasebroke [Glazebrook].

The deforciants acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Henry, for which the plaintiffs granted them to Ralph and Anne for their lives and the life of the longest liver of them, and after their decease to remain to the said Robert and Joan and to the heirs of the said Robert begotten upon the body of the said Joan, in default to remain to the heirs of the body of the said Joan and to the heirs of the bodies of the same heirs, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said Ralph Bery and to their heirs for ever.

m. 57. [28 March, 1552].
Between Francis Tunstall, esq., plaintiff, and George Southworth, esq., and Agnes his wife deforciants of 3 messuages, 3 gardens, and 3 a. and 1 rood of land in Lancaster.

George and Agnes remitted all right to Francis and his heirs, for which Francis gave them £20.

m. 54. [28 March, 1552].
Between John Parkynson and John Wodborne, plaintiffs, and Thomas Leylond, esq., deforciant of 16 messuages, 10 cottages, 200 a. of land, 100 a. of meadow, 200 a. of pasture, 20 a. of wood, 40 a. of turbary, 50 a. of furze and heath, and 20 a. of moss in Inghall [Ingol] and Broughton [par. Preston].

Thomas remitted all right to the plaintiffs and to the heirs of John Parkynson, for which the plaintiffs gave him £40.

m. 51. Monday in the fourth week of Lent, 7 Edward VI. [13 March, 1553].
Between Edward Rydylston, plaintiff, and William Strangwayes, gent., deforciant of 6 a. of pasture in Chetham in the parish of Manchester.

William remitted all right to Edward and his heirs, for which Edward gave him £20.

m. 48. [13 March, 1553].
Between Thomas Bradley, younger son of Thomas Bradley, of Arnesheyde, esq., plaintiff, and Ralph Elston deforciant of 8 messuages, 160 a. of land, 80 a. of meadow, 200 a. of pasture, 80 a. of wood, 100 a. of heath, and 80 a. of moor in Brockhole and Chadesley [Chaigley].

Ralph remitted all right to Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas gave him £40.

m. 45. [13 March, 1553].
Between Richard Eccles, plaintiff, and Richard Bradell, John Chowe, and Margaret his wife deforciants of a messuage, a barn, a garden, an orchard, 8 a. of land, 4 a. of meadow, 4 a. of pasture, 4 a. of wood, 20 a. of moor, and 20 a. of turbary in Chadysley [Chaigley] and Aghton [Aighton].

The deforciants remitted all right to Richard and his heirs, for which Richard gave them £40.

m. 42. [13 March, 1553].
Between William Heyton, plaintiff, and John Bolde, esq., and Elizabeth his wife deforciants of 8 messuages, 3 cottages, 100 a. of land, 40 a. of meadow, 100 a. of pasture, and 10 a. of turbary in Ulverston in Fornes.

John and Elizabeth remitted all right to William and his heirs, for which William gave them £40.

m. 40. [13 March, 1553].
Between Lawrence Longley, gent., plaintiff, and William Strangwayes, gent., deforciant of 2½ a. of pasture in Manchester.

William remitted all right to Lawrence and his heirs, for which Lawrence gave him £20.

m. 36. [13 March, 1553].
Between James Bolton and Thomas Harryson, plaintiffs, and Lawrence Helme, Nicholas Barton, clerk, and Richard Forster deforciants of 2 messuages, 2 cottages, 100 a. of land, 20 a. of meadow, 40 a. of pasture, and 10 a. of wood in Chippinge otherwise Chepyn [Chipping] and Helme [Elm Ridge ?].

The deforciants acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of James, for which James and Thomas granted them to the deforciants; to have and to hold to them for one week and after that term is ended 10 a. of land and 2 a. of meadow in Chyppinge, otherwise Chepyn, and Helme, parcel of the said tenements, to remain to Joan Lorymer, the wife of William Lorymer, for her life; after her decease to remain to the said Lawrence and to Joan, now the wife of the said Lawrence, and to the heirs males of their bodies begotten between them, in default to remain to the heirs of the bodies of the said Lawrence and Joan begotten between them, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said Joan. And further the said James and Thomas granted that after the said term of one week the residue of the said tenements should remain to the said Lawrence and Joan and to the heirs males of the bodies of the said Lawrence and Joan begotten between them, in default to remain to the heirs of the bodies of the said Lawrence and Joan begotten between them, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said Lawrence for ever.

m. 32. [13 March, 1553].
Between Henry Burye, plaintiff, and Ralph Burye, gent., and Robert Knolle and Joan his wife deforciants of the manor of Robye, with the appurtenances, and of 2 messuages, a cottage, 2 gardens, 2 barns, 30 a. of land, 6 a. of meadow, 20 a. of pasture, an a. of wood, and 26s. of rent in Robye and Chyldwall.

The deforciants remitted all right to Henry and his heirs, for which Henry gave them £40.

m. 29. [13 March, 1553].
Between John Holmes, plaintiff, and John Lowe and Joan his wife deforciants of a messuage, a cottage, 40 a. of land, 20 a. of meadow, 30 a. of pasture, 10 a. of wood, and 20 a. of moss in Assepull, Whelley [in Scholes] and Wygan.

John and Joan remitted all right to John Holmes and his heirs, for which John Holmes gave them £40.

m. 25. [13 March, 1553].
Between John Tebold and James Bolton, plaintiffs, and William Richardson and Agnes his wife deforciants of 2 messuages, 2 cottages, 2 gardens, 2 barns, 20 a. of land, 4 a. of meadow, 16 a. of pasture, 2 a. of wood, and a moiety of a messuage, a cottage, a garden, a barn, 12 a. of land, 2 a. of meadow, 12 a. of pasture, an a. of wood, and also of the fourth part of a water-mill in Gressingham and Bolton par lez Sandez.

William and Agnes acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of John, for which John and James granted them to William and Agnes; to have and to hold to the said William and Agnes and to the heirs of the said William for ever.

m. 22. [13 March, 1553].
Between Thomas Trice and Edward Wylson, plaintiffs, and William Astley, gent., deforciant of 12 messuages, 2 tofts, 20 crofts, 100 a. of land, 20 a. of meadow, 100 a. of pasture, 60 a. of moor, 40 a. of turbary, and 60 a. of furze and heath in Astley.

William remitted all right to Thomas and Edward and to the heirs of Thomas, for which Thomas and Edward gave him £100.

m. 19. [13 March, 1553].
Between Robert Williamson, plaintiff, and Richard Sckryvener, deforciant of 3 messuages, 8 a. of land, and 8 a. of pasture in Wolffall [Wolfall in Huyton].

Richard acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Robert, for which Robert granted to Richard a yearly rent of 13s. 4d. issuing from the said tenements; to have and to take to the said Richard and his heirs.

m. 16. [13 March, 1553].
Between Richard Latham, esq., and Lawrence Standysshe, plaintiffs, and Thomas Prescott deforciant of a messuage, 20 a. of land, 16 a. of meadow, 20 a. of pasture, and 4 a. of wood in Upholland.

Thomas remitted all right to Richard and Lawrence and to the heirs of Richard, for which Richard and Lawrence gave him £20.

m. 13. [13 March, 1553].
Between Richard Redman, gent., and Thomas Croft, gent., plaintiffs, and Richard Huddylston, esq., deforciant of the manor of Whittyngton otherwise Westhall, with the appurtenances, and of 30 messuages, 30 tofts, 20 gardens, 20 orchards, 300 a. of land, 100 a. of meadow, 100 a. of pasture, 80 a. of wood, 200 a. of moor and moss, 10s. of rent, and the advowson of the parish church of Whyttyngton, with the appurtenances, in Whyttyngton, Docker, and Newton.

Richard Huddylston acknowledged the said manor &c. to be the right of Richard Redman, for which the plaintiffs granted them to Richard Huddylston for his life; after his decease to remain to Miles Huddilston and the heirs of his body; in default to remain to William Huddylston, son of the said Richard, and to the heirs of his body; in default to remain to Thomas Stanley, kt., Lord Montegle, and to his heirs for ever.

m. 10. [13 March, 1553].
Between Thomas Hesketh, plaintiff, and Barnabas Kechyn and Anne his wife deforciants of the manors of Northemellys [North Meols], Barton near Hallsall, and Thystelton, with the appurtenances, and of 80 messuages, a water-mill, 1000 a. of land, 200 a. of meadow, 2000 a. of pasture, 20 a. of wood, 1000 a. of heath, 1000 a. of moor, 1000 a. of marsh, 4d. of rent, and two several fisheries in the waters of Marten Meare [Martin Mere] and Rybble, with the appurtenances, in Northemellys [North Meols], Barton near Halsall, Formeby, Thystelton, Corneyrow [Cornerow] and Whyston.

Barnabas and Anne remitted all right to Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas gave them £100.

m. 7. [13 March, 1553].
Between Ralph Hyton, plaintiff, and Henry Byrum, esq., deforciant of the manor of Byrum, with the appurtenances, and of 40 messuages, 2 windmills, 1000 a. of land, 200 a. of meadow, 1000 a. of pasture, 40 a. of wood, 500 a. of heath, 500 a. of moor, 500 a. of marsh, and 20s. of rent in Lawton [Lowton], Westley, Penyngton, Bedford, Farneworth, Waryngton, Parre, Sutton, Golborn, and Whiston.

Henry remitted all right to Ralph and his heirs, for which Ralph gave him £100.

m. 4. [13 March, 1553].
Between John Holcroft, the elder, kt., plaintiff, and John Holcroft, the younger, kt., deforciant of the manor of Pessefurlong, with the appurtenances, and of 160 messuages, 40 tofts, 2 water-mills, a dovecote, 160 gardens, 100 orchards, 2000 a. of land, 200 a. of meadow, 1000 a. of pasture, 100 a. of wood, 12,000 a. of moor and moss, and 20s. of rent in Culchett, Pessefforlong [Peasfurlong], Pennyngton, and Lawton.

John, the younger, remitted all right to John, the elder, for which John, the elder, gave him £100.

Footnotes

1 Bruche in the Writs.
2 'Richard' in the Foot of the Fine and the Precipe. 'John' in the writ.