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"The Notices of the Stables Family"
by William Stables (1794-1862)

Note: In several places within the Notices, the text refers to Linnington which we believe should actually be Sinnington. This was a typographical error introduced by Branch Dunn's mis-reading of the original manuscript that he transcribed from.

This text on this page was very kindly proof-read against the original manuscript by Bill Stables, USA and corrigenda are annotated alongside the text.

(1) Mr. William Stables to Miss Penelope Stables.
"Grant of an annuity of fifty pounds for life, and of a sum of money
to her children, if any, out of a freehold estate at Kirkby-Overblow, Yorks.
This indenture made the eighth day of July in the year of our Lord
One Thousand eight hundred and forty two. between William Stables, of
Kirkby-Overblow in the West Riding of the County of York, Gentleman
(eldest son and heir at law of William Stables, late of Linnington in
the North Riding of the said County of York, Gentleman, deceased,
intestate) of the one part, and Penelope Stables of Linnington, aforesaid,
spinster (sister of said William Stables, (party hereto) of the other
part, Whereas the said William Stables (the father) departed this life
on the twenty first day of June, last past, intestate seized to him and
his heirs in fee simple in possession (along with other estates) of and
in the messuage, farm closes, lands and hereditaments hereinafter
described and mentioned, situate and being in the Township or Parish of
Kirkby-Overblow aforesaid, whereupon the same estates descended to and
became and now are vested in the said William Stables (party hereto) as
the eldest son and heir at law of the said William Stables deceased.
AND WHEREAS THE SAID WILLIAM STABlES (party hereto) being desirous to
make some provision for his said sister Penelope Stables, and for the
better advancement in the world, hath for these purposes come to the
determination of granting the annuity or yearly payment to her during
her life as herein after mentioned and contained and to be issuing and
payable out of or from the said messuage, farm, closes, lands, and
hereditaments hereinafter described situate and being in the said
Township or Parish of Kirkby-Overblow aforesaid, and also of charging the
same after her decease with the payment of the sum of money hereinafter
mentioned to or for the benefit of her issue, or in failure of such
issue, to be divided and paid or disposed of to the persons and in the
manner hereinafter specified and described or expressed. NOW THIS
INDENTURE WITNESSETH that for effectuating the intentions of the said
William Stables (party hereto) and for and in consideration of the
natural love and affection which he hath and beareth for and towards his
said sister Penelope Stables, and for her advancement in the world and
also for and in consideration of the sum of ten shillings of lawful
money of Great Britain by the said Penelope Stables to him the said
William Stables (party hereto) in hand well and truly paid, at or upon
the sealing and delivering of these presents, the receipt whereof is
hereby acknowledged, he the said William Stables (party hereto) HATH
given, granted, bargained, sold, and confirmed and by these presents
doth for himself, his heirs, executors and administrators give, grant, bargain,
sell and confirm, unto the said PENELOPE STABLES, and her assigns for and
during the term of her natural life one clear annuity yearly rent charge
of annual sum of fifty pounds of lawful money of Great Britain, to be
issuing and payable out of and from and charged and chargeable upon All
that messuage, dwelling house, or tenement and homestead situate and
being in the township or Parish of Kirkby-Overblow in the West Riding of
the County of York, with the gardens, orchards, yards, barns, stables,
and outbuildings adjoining on belonging and surrounding the same and now
in the occupation of the said William Stables (party hereto) AND ALSO ALL
THOSE CLOSES pieces or parcels of arable, meadow or pasture land or
ground commonly called or known by the names of the Ball Croft and the
garth and also all those eight other closes, pieces or parcels of arable
meadow or pasture land or ground contiguous and adjoining thereto and
also on another part of the estate
















































'on' should be 'or'
(2) of the said William Stables (party hereto) laying on the West side of the
village of Kirkby Overblow, aforesaid, called the Scale Bars, and how
divided into seven fields closes pieces or parcels of arable meadow or
pasture land or ground all contigious to and adjoining on each other, and
which said closes fields pieces or parcels of land or ground and herediti -
ments are situate, and being in the Township or Parish of Kirkby Overblow,
aforesaid, containing altogether by estimation one hundred and thirteen
acres (be the same more or less) and are all now in the occupation of the
said William Stables (party hereto) TO HAVE HOLD RECEIVE PERCEIVE TAKE
AND ENJOY the said annuity yearly rent charge or annual sum of fifty
pounds hereby granted and every part thereof from the day of the date of
these presents unto the said PENELOPE STABLES and her assigns for and
during the term and time of her natural life. The same annuity yearly
rent charge or annual sum of fifty pounds to be paid and payable to her
the said Penelope Stables and her assigns by yearly payments on the
fifth day of October in each and every year, one moiety or half part of
the first yearly payment thereof is to become due and be paid to the
said Penelope Stables and her assigns on the fifth day of October one
thousand eight hundred and forty two, and from and after that time the
said annuity yearly rent charge or annual sum of fifty pounds is to become
due and be paid unto the said Penelope Stables and her assigns once in
the year at or upon the fifth day of October in each and every succeeding
year for and during the term of her natural life, without making any
deduction or abatement whatsoever out of the same or out of any part
thereof, and also a proportionable part of the said annuity for the time
which shall have elapsed from the last yearly payment thereof up to the
time of the decease of the said Penelope Stables PROVIDED ALWAYS and it is
hereby declared by and between the said parties hereto and it is the
true intent and meaning of them and of these presents, and the said
William Stables (party hereto) for himself his heirs executors and
administrators doth hereby expressly covenant grant and agree to and with
the said Penelope Stables her executors administrators and assigns in
manner and form following (that is to say) that if it shall happen that
the said annuity yearly rent charge or annual sum of fifty pounds or any
part thereof shall at any time happen to be behind or unpaid by the
space of twenty eight days next over or after any of the said days or
times of payment whereon the same ought to be paid as aforesaid then and
from thenceforth from time to time so often as the same shall happen,
it shall and may be lawful to end for the said Penelope Stables and her
assigns into and upon all and singular the said messuage closes lands
hereditaments and premises hereby charged with the payment of the said
annuity of fifty pounds and into and upon every or any part or parts
thereof to enter and distrain and the distress and distresses then and
there found to take lead, drive, carry away and impound and the same
in pound to detain and keep until the said annuity yearly rent charge or
annual sum of fifty pounds and all arrears thereof so unpaid and all
costs charges damaged and expenses whatsoever attending the making and
keeping such distress and distresses shall be fully paid and satisfied
and in default of payment thereof in due time after such distress or
distresses shall be so taken to appraise and sell or dispose of the
same according to due course of law to the intent that thereby and
therewith the said Penelope Stables her executors administrators or
assigns shall and may be fully paid and satisfied the said annuity
yearly rent charge or annual sum of fifty pounds and every part

'how' should be 'now'










































'in pound' sic. Possibly 'impound' or 'is bound'?

'damaged' should be 'damages'.
(3) thereof and all arrears of the same and all costs damages and expenses
attending the recovery thereof and all such distress and distresses
shall in all respects be the same as the distresses for rents reserved
upon leases for years or otherwise, and may be distrained for and recovered
in like manner as any landlord is by law entitled to recover his
rents in arrears from any tenant or tenants. AND THE SAID WILLIAM STABLES
(party hereto) for himself his heirs executors administrators and assigns
doth hereby further COVENANT GRANT and agree to and with the said
Penelope Stables her executors administrators and assigns in manner and
form following (that is to say) that he the said William Stables (party
hereto) his heirs executors or administrators shall and will from time
to time and at all times hereafter well and truly pay or cause to be
paid unto the said Penelope Stables and her assigns during her life the
said annuity yearly rent charge or annual sum of fifty pounds of lawful
money of Great Britain at the days and times and in the manner herein
before limited and appointed for payment of the same without any deduction
or abatement whatsoever thereart or out of any part thereof. AND
from and after the DECEASE of the said Penelope Stables he the said
William Stables (party hereto) doth hereby covenant grant and agree and
declare with and to the person and persons beneficially entitled to and
interested in the sum of money hereinafter mentioned and the said
William Stables (party hereto) doth hereby subject charge and make
liable all and singular the said messuage closes lands hereditaments and
premises hereinbefore charged with the payment of the said annuity or
yearly rent charge of fifty pounds as aforesaid to and with the payment
on the day next after the expiration of twelve calander months next
after the decease of the said Penelope Stables of the sum of ONE
THOUSAND AND FORTY POUNDS of lawful money of Great Britain unto and
equally amongst all the children of the said Penelope Stables living at
her decease if more than one share and share alike, and if only one
child of the said Penelope Stables shall be living at her decease, then
the whole shall go and be paid to such only child. But in case such
child or children of the said Penelope Stables shall not have attained
the age of twenty one years at the expiration of twelve calendar months
next after her decease then that the share or respective shares of such
child or children of and in the said sum of one thousand and forty
pounds so then being under that age shall bear interest after the rate
of four pounds per centum per annum until such child or children shall
respectively attain said age of twenty one years And such their respective
shares of the said principal sum shall become payable and be paid
unto them respectively upon their respectively attaining that age and such
interest thereof shall in the mean time be paid to the guardians of such
child or children to be by them applied in or towards their respective
maintenance and education, such child or children to be entitled only
to the interest to arise from his or her own share of the said principal
sum. And in case any child or children of the said Penelope Stables
shall happen to depart this life under the age of twenty one years, then
the part or share parts or shares of him her or them so dying shall go
and be paid to the survivors and survivor of them in equal shares at
such time or times as his her and their original share or shares shall
become payable or so soon afterwards as circumstances will permit, with
interest in the mean time on such share or shares which may accrue to him
her or them by survivorship after the rate aforesaid and to be applied
in like manner as the in terest of their original share is hereinbefore
directed to be paid or willed. AND IN CASE THERE SHALL BE NO CHILD
of the said Penelope Stables or being such if
















'thereart' sic. Possibly 'thereout' or old English form of 'therefrom'.



































'rate' should be 'date.
(4) they shall die under the age of twenty one years, then and in such
case the aforesaid hereditaments and premises so charged with the said
annuity as aforesaid are by the said William Stables (party hereto)
hereby declared to be subject and chargeable and the same are by him
hereby charged and shall be liable to the payment on the day next after
the decease of the said Penelope Stables of one net annuity or clear sum
of TWELVE POUNDS of lawful money of Great Britain unto Jane Stables of
Linnington, aforesaid, spinster (sister of the said William Stables
(party hereto) and Penelope Stables, for and during the term of her
natural life by yearly payments in every year, the first payment thereof
to become due and be made at the end of twelve calendar months after
the decease of the said Penelope Stables and also a proportionable part
of the same annuity for the time which shall have elapsed from the last
yearly payment thereof up to the time of the decease of the said Jane
Stables, and after the decease of the said Jane Stables then subject and
chargeable, and the said William Stables (party hereto) doth hereby
charge the said hereditaments and premises and make the same liable to
the payment on the day next after the expiration of twelve calendar
months next after the DECEASE of the said JANE STABLES of the sum of
three hundred and twelve pounds of lawful money of Great Britain unto
and equally amongst all the children of the said Jane Stables living at
her decease. If more than one share and share alike, and if only one
child of the said Jane Stables shall be living at her decease then the
whole thereof shall go and be paid to such only child on his or her
attaining the age of twenty one years. But in case any such child or
children of the said Jane Stables shall not have attained THE AGE OF
TWENTY ONE YEARS at the expiration of twelve calendar months next after
her decease, then the share or respective shares of such child or children
of and in the said men of three hundred and twelve pounds so them being
under that age shall bear interest after the rate of four pounds per
centum per annum until such child or children shall respectively attain
the said age of twenty one years. And such their respective shares of
the sum principal shall become payable and be paid unto them respec-
tively upon their respectively attaining that age. And the interest
thereof shall in the meantime be paid to the guardians of such child or
children to be by them applied in or towards their respective mainten=
ance and education, such child or children to be entitled only to the
interest to arise from his or her own share of the same principal sum.
And in case any child or children of the said Jane Stables shall happen
to depart this life under the age of twenty one years, then the part or
share, parts or shares of him her or them so dying shall go and be paid
to the survivors or survivor of them in equal shares at such time or
times as his her or their original share or shares shall become payable
or so soon afterwards as circumstances will permit, with interest in
the mean on such share or shares which may accrue to him her or them
by survivorship after the rate aforesaid, and to be applied in like
manner as the interest of their original shares is hereinbefore directed
to be paid or applied. But in case the said Penelope Stables shall
depart this life without issue or being such if they shall all die
under the age of twenty one years unmarried and without issue, then
the sum of one hundred pounds (part of the said principal sum of one
thousand and forty pounds) shall go and be paid unto John Stables Ridsdale,
Wesleyan minister (son of Mary Ridsdale, deceased, who was a
daughter of the said William Stables deceased but in case the said
John Stables <illegible word> depart this life before the same sum of one hundred
pounds becomes due and payable, without leaving lawful issue, then
 
(5) the same sum of one hundred pounds shall sink and merge into the estate
whereon the same is hereby charged, for the sole use and benefit of the
said William Stables (party hereto),his heirs, executors, administrators
and assigns, and that the sum of three hundred and twelve pounds other
part of the said sum of one thousand and forty pounds shall go and be
paid unto Samuel Stables of Linnington, aforesaid, gentleman, the brother
of the said William Stables (party here) his executors administrators
or assigns, and that the sum of three hundred and sixteen pounds
(residue of the said sum of one thousand and forty pounds) shall sink and
merge into the said hereditoments and premises upon which the same is
hereby charged, for the benefit of the said William Stables (party
hereto) his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns. AND IT IS
HEREBY MUTUALLY AND EXPRESSED declared and agreed by and between the
said parties to these presents, that the several annuities or annual
sums of money hereinbefore directed to be paid to the said Penelope
Stables and Jane Stables respectively during their respective lives as
herein before mentioned shall be paid into the respective proper hands
of them the said Penelope Stables and Jane Stables, and shall be for
their own sole and separate use and benefit, or to such person or
persons as they shall respectively by any writing signed with their own
proper hands respectively from time to time (notwithstanding their
respective covertures or the coverture of either of them, in case they
or either of them shall marry) direct or appoint. And that any husband
with whom they or either of them intermeddle therewith, neither shall
the same annuities or any part thereof be subject or liable to the
control, debts or engagements of them or either of their husbands, and
that the receipt or receipts of the said Penelope Stables and Jane
Stables, respectively signed with her or their proper hand shall be a
good and sufficient discharge for their said respective annuities or
annual sums of money aforesaid, or so much thereof respectively as shall
be therein respectively acknowledged or expressed to be received.
AND THE SAID William Stables (party hereto} for himself, his heirs,
executors and administrators doth for the considerations hereinbefore
expressed or contained covenant promise and agree with and to the said
Penelope Stables her executors administrators and assigns, and also with
and to the respective ISSUE OF THE said Penelope Stables, and persons
beneficially interest of, in or to the several sums of money hereinbefore
charged upon and directed to be paid out of the said heredita -
ments and premises and to become due and payable from and after the
death of the said Penelope Stables, or the death of the said Jane
Stables as herein before expressed that he the said William Stables
(party hereto) his heirs executors or administrators or some or one
of them shall and will well and truly pay or cause to be paid the
several sums of money at their respective deaths hereinbefore directed
to be paid or made payable unto the several and respective persons to
whom the same are or may at the respective deaths of the said Penelope
Stables and Jane Stables become due and payable as hereinbefore mentioned.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the said parties to these presents have hereunto
set their hands and seals the day and year first herein written.
WILLIAM * STABLES    PENELOPE * STABLES
Signed, sealed and delivered (being first duly stamped) by the within
named William Stables (the party) in the presence of Thos Bointon,
solicitor Pickering and Simpson, his clerk. Signed sealed and
delivered by the <5 illegible words> Stables in the presence of
Mark Stables, <illegible> Thos. <illegible>. A true copy taken









'hereditoments' should be 'hereditaments'.
(6) A memorial of the within written deed was registered at Wakefield,
the twenty first day of September Eighteen hundred and forty two, at
three in the forenoon in Book 0.M., page 279 and number 259.
John Edward Dibb, Dep. Reg.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
A GRANT OF AN ANNUITY OF FIFTY POUNDS was executed at the same time
(as the before copied grant to my sister Penelope Stables} to my sister
Jane Stables, charged on the same property and on the same terms,
conditions, and provisions exactly, except that the first payment of
50 pounds is due on the fifth day of April 1843, and so to be due
annually on the 5th of April during her natural life. I say it was
executed by me, William Stables.
** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
CONVEYANCE OF A FARM AT LINNINGTON BY WILLIAM STABLES TO SAMUEL
STABLES
THIS INDENTURE OF FOUR PARTS made the eighth day of July in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty two in pursuance
of an act of Parliament made and passed in the fourth year of the Reign
of her present Majesty Queen Victoria, entitled an act for rendering a
release as effectual for the conveyance of freehold estates as a lease
and release by the same parties, between William Stables of Kirkby-
Overblow in the County of York, Gentleman, eldest son and Heir at law of
William Stables late of Linnington in the said County of York, Gentleman,
deceased, intestate, and Martha Stables, the wife of the said William
Stables, party hereto, of the first part SAMUEL STABLES of Linnington
aforesaid Gentleman, only brother of the said William Stables (party
hereto} of the second part, PENELOPE STABLES of Linnington aforesaid,
Spinster, sister of the said William Stables party hereto, of the third
part, and JANE STABLES of Linnington aforesaid Spinster, another sister
of the said William Stables (party hereto} of the fourth part.
(The following is an abstract. The complete indenture is recorded in
the account book of Wm. Stables)
Whereas William Stables, the father died intestate and all his
property being inherited by Wm. Jr. the said Wm . Jr. desired to make
provision for his brother and sisters, and his wife Martha agrees and
concurs with him. They convey unto Samuel the houses and lands at
Linnington, containing by estimation 184 acres and all "houses, outhouses,
edifices, buildings, barns, stables, orchards, gardens, wells,
waters, watercourses, hedges, ditches, fences, trees, woods, underwoods ,
and the grounds and soil thereof, ways, paths, passages, easements,
privileges, advantages, commodities, rights, members and appurtenances
whatsoever" etc., subject to the annual payment of 50 pounds to each of
the sisters Jane and Penelope annually, and to their children, if any,
after their decease until the children become 21. At which time either
sister dying without children, there shall be paid to the children of
the other sister 312 pounds. 12 pounds to be paid surviving sister until
said survivor dies. Interest to be paid until the children become 21.
If both die without issue 100 pounds to be paid to John Stables Ridsdale,
or his issue. If no issue from any of them 312 pounds to be paid
William Stables or his heirs. 316 -pounds revert to Samuel after all
annuities and inheritances paid. If either sister die with children,
1040 pounds to be paid to said children when 21. If no children each of
the three surviving of Jane, Penelope William and Samuel get one third
of the 1040 pounds.
 
(7) From all the foregoing I gather that the estate of William Sr.,
the father must have been worth about 4000 pounds, at least, for over
1000 pounds is left to each of the sisters by the agreement of the son
William Jr.
** * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
CERTIFICATE OF MARTHA THE WIFE OF WILLIAM STABLES.
Certificat that Martha Stables appeared in court and acknowledged
her signature and agreement with the foregoing indentures.
(Note by T. B. Dunn-- I did not copy this.)
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
COPY OF COURT ROLL
KNARESBROUGH
TO WIT
THE TORNE or GRAND COURT LEET with the COURT BARON of
our Soverign Lady Victoria, by the Grace of God of
the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
Queen (of record) held for the Forest and Liberty
of Knaresbrough aforesaid within her Castle thereon Thursday the sixth
day of October in the sixth year of her reign and in the Year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty two before the most Noble
William Spencer, Duke of Devonshire, High Steward by Samuel Powell,
Gentleman, Understeward or Clerk of the Court there.
FOREST WHEREAS JOHN STABLES of Kirkby Overblow in
the County of York, Yeoman, who held of our late Soverign Lord King
George the Third according to the custom of his Forest of Knaresbrough
all that messuage and water corn mill and eight acres of land by estimation
situate at Fulwith Mill within the Township of Bedkwith with Ropset
otherwise Pannal within the said Forest. And also all that parcel of
land heretofore part of the open parts of the Forest of Knaresbrough
aforesaid containing in statute measure measure thirteen acres situate
in Pannal near Fulwith Mill aforesaid. And also all that other parcel
of land also heretofore part of the open parts of the said forest con -
taining in statute measure eleven acres and two roads and thirty two
perches situate in Pannal near Fulwith Hill aforesaid, And also all that
other parcel of land heretofore incroached from the open parts of the
said Forest containing in statute measure one acre one rood and thirty
eight perches situate in Pannal aforesaid new Fulwith Mill Inclosures
all which said premises were late in the occupation of George Millner
or his assigns and also all that one Other parcel of land also heretofore
part of the open parts of the said Forest situate lying and being
in Pannal aforesaid on Almsford Bank containing one acre one rood and one
perch or thereabouts in customary measure late in the occupation of
Edward Webster or his undertenants. All which said messuage mill lands
and premises are now in the possession of Henry Cullingworth or his
undertenants together with all ways rights privileges hereditaments and
appurtenances whatsoever to the same belonging or in anywise appertain-
ing or therewith usually enjoyed which said John Stables departed this
life on or about the twenty fifth day of September one thousand eight
hundred and five seized thereof and by his last will and testament in
writing duly executed bearing date the thirtieth day of August one
thousand eight hundred and five, gave and devised unto his daughter
Hannah all and singular his copyhold messuages, buildings, lands,
tenements and hereditaments situate standing, lying and being in the
Parish of Pannal or elsewhere in the said County, To hold unto and to use
of his the said testators said daughter, her heirs and assigns forever,
with a proviso that in case his said daughter, should happen to depart
































'roads' should be 'roods'.



'new' should be 'near'?
(8) this life either under the age of twenty one years or after having
attained that age without leaving lawful, issue, and withoutmaking any
legal disposition of his said real estates, then and in that case he
gave and devised all and singular his said real estates unto and to the
use of his brother William Stables his heirs and assigns respectively
according to his estate and interest therein subject and chargeable as
therein mentioned, AND WHEREAS the said Hannah Stables departed this life
under age and unmarried and without making any legal disposition of the
said real estate leaving the said William Stables her uncle and her heir
at law AND WHEREAS the said William Stables departed this life on or
about the twenty first day of June One thousand eight hundred and
forty two seizes of the said messuage mill lands and premises intestate
leaving William Stables of Kirkby Overblow aforesaid his eldest son and
heir at law WHEREUPON at this court cometh said William Stables the son
and prays to be admitted tenant to the said premises PROCLAMATION being
thereupon make and no person forbidding it, the premises aforesaid with
the appurtenances are granted by the Understeward aforesaid TO HOLD to
the said William Stables the son, his heirs and assigns forever according
to the custom of the said Forest and he is admitted tenant thereof
having sworn fealth and paid for his fine as in the Margin.
A copy
Sam'l Powell
A true copy of the foregoing deed,
Mark Stables,
William Stables,
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
COPY OF A RECEIPT AND RELEASE FROM SAMIEL STABLES TO WILLIAM STABLES.
"Whereas an indenture and grant was made and duly executed by
William Stables, yeoman, of Kirkby Overblow, in the County of York,
bearing date the eighth day of July one thousand eight hundred and
forty two (a memorial whereof was duly registered in the office at
Wakefield) for the purpose of securing to his Sister Jane Stables
spinster, an annuity of Fifty Pounds during her natural life, out of
certain land premises and hereditaments then and at present belonging
to and in the occupation of the said William Stables, situate at
Kirkby Overblow aforesaid, and therein more particularly described, and
which indenture also provided for the distribution and application of
the sum principal of which such annuity is founded, after the decease of
the said Jane Stables, AND WHEREAS IN THE COURSE OF DIVINE PROVIDENCE, my
sister, the said Jane Stables departed this life on the twenty fifth day
of February, One thousand eitht hundred and forty five, being then
unmarried and without issue, whereby the sum of three hundred and twelve
pounds, part of the said sum principal became due to me, on the day
next after the expiration of twelve calendar months next after her decease.
NOW THEREFORE this is to certify to all whom it may concern, that
my brother William Stables aforesaid has this day duly paid to me the sum
of three hundred and twelve pounds, being the full amount due to me
under the conditions of such grant and indenture aforesaid. And I
hereby renounce and quit all claim and demand on my said brother on the
grounds of such indenture, or on any lands, premises and hereditaments
on which the aforesaid annuity was secured.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have hereunto affixed my hand and seal this
twenty fifth day of February One thousand eight hundred and forty five.
Samuel Stables .
Witnesses: Matthew Stables, Mark Stables, Sarah Stables, Edwin Stables
(A true copy-- William Stables.)











'seizes' should be 'seized'.







'fealth' means 'fealty'.
(9) COPY OF A RECEIPT AND RELEASE GIVEN BY WILLIAM TO SAMUEL STABLES.
"Whereas by an indenture bearing date the eighth day of July One
thousand eight hundred and forty two (a memorila whereof was duly
registered at North-Allerton on the 23rd day of September 1842) William
Stables of Kirkby-Overblow in the County of York SIS GRANT SELL CONVEY
AND ASAURE to his brother Samuel Stables of Linnington in the said
County a certain freehold estate situate at Linnington in the said county,
and then in the occupation of the said Samuel Stables, and therein more
particularly described, by which conveyance however, the said Samuel
Stables, and the estate thus conveyed to him, was made subject and
liable to ONE ANNUITY OF FIFTY POUNDS to their sister Jane Stables,
during the term of her natural life, and which indenture also provides
for the distribution and application of the sum principal on which
such annuity is founded, after the decease of the said Jane Stables.
AND WHEREAS in the order of Divine Providence my sister the said
Jane Stables departed this life on the twenty fifth day of February
One thousand eight hundred and forty four, being then UNMARRIED AND
WITHOUT ISSUE, where by the sum of three hundred and twelve pounds,
part of the said sum principal became due to me, on the day next after
the expiration of twelve calendar months next after her decease.
NOW THEREFORE this is to certify to all whom it may concern that my
brother Samuel Stables aforesaid has this day duly paid to me the sum
of three hundred and twelve pounds, being the full amount due to me out
of the sum principal, on which the said annuity to my Sister Jane
Stables was founded, and which was secured to her by the said indenture
and conveyance of the 8th July 1842. And I hereby renounce and quit all
claim and demand on my said brother, or his lands, hereditaments and
premises, arising out of the said annuity to my said sister Jane Stables,
or the sum principal on which it was grounded. IN TESTIMONY whereof
I have, hereunto affixed my hand and seal this 25th day of February 1845.
William Stables.
Witnesses, Matthew Stables, Mark Stables, Sarah Stables, Edwin Stables.
A true copy, William Stables.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Whereas my last sister, Penelope Stables, departed this life Septr
6, 1 845, I have this day given to my Brother Samuel Stables a receipt
and release similar to that given to him Feby. 25th, 1845, except the
name and date, and he has also given to me a corresponding receipt and
release being a copy of that given to me Feby 25th, except the name and
date, as witness my hand this 7th day of Septr 1846.
William Stables.




'SIS' should be 'DID'.
'ASAURE' should be 'ASSIGN'?





























'1 845' should be '1845'.
(10) MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS RECORDED IN THE VOLUME CONTAINING THE "Notices of
the Stables Family". A list, not copied by T. B. Dunn.
Expenses of erecting a new barn at Huby (Copied from a paper in
the handwriting of my Father , by whom it was built) Feby. 9th, 1843,
by me, William Stables. N. B. It was the barn in the fields;
father occupied those fields himself. --W.S. Total cost 31 pounds,
the various items not copied by T. B. Dunn. The building was of stone.
Expenses of putting a pump in the house well at Huby , and singing a
well and putting a pump therein in the Bank pasture. Cost 22/13/9 and a half.
Account of the Weeton estate. Repairs and upkeep about 120 pounds.
Weston and Huby. Account of sale of a fall of wood, agreement for.
1843. Agreement for sale of wood from property in Pannal to
William Richardson, timber merchant of Killinghall , for 290 pounds.
Accounts of the farm and water corn mill at Fulwith. Bought by
John Stables July 1, 1789 from Sir John Coghall, Bart., and John
Thomas Cramer Coghill, his heir. A new mill built in 1799 at a cost of
about ____pounds. In 1801 2 closes bought for 519 pounds. New mill
built in 1799 at a cost of about 1000 pounds. Various expences until
1860, amounting to about 1100 pounds. Mill rebuilt in 1860 at a cost
of about 700 pounds. The last entry in the account, and in the
handwriting of William Stables is in November 1860. Not knowing the
date of his death, I suppose it was shortly there after.
Notices of the stone house at Kirkby Overblow, repairs from 1805
to 1843 amounting to about 500 pounds or more.
The last will and testament of Joshua Mallorie, of Dun-Keswick.
Lease from Miss Robinson's trustees to William and Matthew
Stables of the Barlow Hall Farm for 402 pounds per year. 1846.
An agreement for a partnership between Matthew and Edwin Stables
for the joint lease of the Barlow Hall farm, 1849. Matthew and Sarsh
his wife. Edwin then apparently unmarried, as provision for changes
in his "domestic connections", if desired.







'singing' should be 'sinking'.




















'Sarsh' should be 'Sarah'.
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