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Deeds Relating to William Stables of Hetherick (1707-1787)

Deed for a Sale of a Close at Green Hamerton

Stables William
to Place

[1753 to 1756]

Indenture of all that one close or orchard containing by estimation one acre or thereabouts be the same more or less lying and being at the low end of the town of Green Hamerton and now in the possession and occupation of the said Richard Carwood as tenant to the said Robert Ward extending along the town street from the land of William Silversides house to the courtyard adjoining and belonging to the house of the said Thomas Place and joining on the west to another close belonging to the said Thomas Place called the Long Croft together with the appurtenances which said indentures as to the exemption are witnessed by John Simpson of the city of York gent and George Wiseman of the same place yeoman
signed and sealed in the presence of us

John Simpson
George Wiseman sworn
Robert Ward

Roger Talbot
Sarah Talbot

Deed for a Sale of Land at West Rigton - Dated April 1768

Regd the
ninth of
june 1768
near four
in the
afternoon

Stables to
Proctor

Indentures of lease and release bearing dates respectively the lease the fourth and the release the fifth days of April in the year of our Lord 1768 the lease made between William Stables of Sandy-Gate in the parish of Harwood in the county of York Gentleman of the one part and Brian Prockter of Pannal in the said county Yeoman of the other part and the release made between the said William Stables of the one part and the said Brian Prockter of the other part of and concerning all that messuage dwelling house or tenement barns stables and other outbuildings thereunto belonging situate and being at West Rigton in the said county of york also all that croft or close land and a backside to the said messuage belonging and thereto adjoining containing by estimation two roods be the same more or less also all that piece or parcel of land in the west field of West Rigton aforesaid containing by estimation one acre be the same more or less and one other piece or parcel of land in the Wrasey Ing in West Rigton aforesaid containing by estimation one acre be the same more or less which said messuage croft backside parcels of land and premises abovementioned now are or late were in the tenure or occupation of Robert Ward or Wade his undertenants or assigns also all those two closes or parcels of arable meadow or pasture land in West Rigton aforesaid commonly called or known by the name of Wrassey Closes containing together by estimation four acres and half be the same more or less also all those three flatts or parcels of arable meadow or pasture land in West Rigton aforesaid adjoining upon and lying upon to Wrassey Ing aforesaid containing together by estimation four acres be the same more or less which said closes and parcels of land last mentioned now are or late were in the tenure or occupation of Robert Ward or Wade his undertenants or assigns together with all and singular the heredits and appurts to the same belonging and which are granted and conveyed unto the said Brian Prockter his heirs and assigns forever which same indentures are witnessed by Henry Stables of Wetherby in the said county gentleman and John Wardell of Wetherby aforesaid Yeoman in witness whereof the said William Stables hath hereunto set his hand and seal this fifth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty eight
signed and sealed in the presence of us

Hen Stables sworn
john wardell

William Stables

Deed Relating to the Stone House - dated April 1774

Fawcett to
Bentley

 

 

Regd 9th
August 1774
at six in the
morning.

 

A memorial of indentures of lease release and assignment bearing date respectively fourth and fifth days of April in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy four the lease made between James Prockter of Wetherby in the county of York Grocer and Brian Prockter of Pannall in the said county Yeoman devisees named in the last will and testament of Henry Stables late of Wetherby aforesaid Gentleman deceased of the one part and William Stables of Sandy-Gate in the parish of Harwood in the said county gentleman of the other part and the release and assignment being of four parts and made or mentioned to be made between the reverend Richard Fawcett of Leeds in the county of York Clerk of the first part the said James Prockter and Brian Prockter of the second part the said William Stables of the third part and William Bentley of Pannall aforesaid Gentleman of the fourth part of and concerning all that part of a messuage or dwelling house called the Stone House situate at Kirkby Overblow in the county aforesaid wherein Thomas Hargrave the elder and Thomas Hargrave the younger does or of late did dwell with its appurtenances and one little orchard at the front thereof one barn and cowhouse therein one kitchen and stable with two rooms over the same one john near to the said barn and one stack garth also one other cow house swine coat and little stack garth adjoining to the same and a lane leading down to the said messuage and part of one pew in the parish church of Kirby Overblow aforesaid belonging to the said messuage and also all those seven closes or parcels of arable meadow or pasture ground situate and being at Kirkby Overblow aforesaid commonly called or known by the names of the Stoney Leys the Near and Far Carrnabbs the Summergate and the Carrs containing by estimation thirty eight acres be the same more or less all which said premises with their appurtenences are now or were late in the tenure or occupation of the said Thomas Hargrave the elder and Thomas Hargrave the younger and also of the other part of the said messuage or dwelling house called the Stone House and the outhouses and buildings which have of late years been occupied and enjoyed therewith and a large gardens on the south side of the said stone house and an orchard on the north side thereof and one little close or croft called the Calf Garth containing by estimation two acres and an half be the same more or less situate in Kirkby Overblow aforesaid late in the possession of the said Henry Stables and now or late in the possession of the said Thomas Hargrave the elder and Thomas Hargrave the younger or their undertenants and all other lands tenements and hereditaments whatsoever of the said James Prockter and Brian Prockter or either of them in Kirkby Overblow aforesaid in whose possession tenure or occupation whatsoever the same be and which were devised to them by the last will and testament of the said Henry Stables and all ways waters rights hereditaments and appurtenances whatsoever to the said premises belonging or apptaining which said indentures as to the execution thereof by the said James Prockter and Brian Prockter are respectively witnessed by James Collins the younger and Martin Richardshaw both of Swinhow with Tentergate in the said county Gentlemen and as to the execution of the said indenture of release and assignment by the said Richard Fawcett is witnessed by signed and sealed in the presence of
James Collins junior sworn
Martin Richardson
James Prockter

Deed of Purchase of the Stone House - dated June 1774

Procter to
Stables

Regd 9th
August 1774
at six in the
morning .

 

A memorial of an indenture made the twenty seventh day of June one thousand seven hundred and seventy four between James Procter of Wetherby in the county of York Grocer and Hannah his wife and Brian Procter of Pannal in the said county Yeoman and Agnes his wife (which said James Procter and Brian Procter are devisees named in the last will and testament of Henry Stables late of Wetherby aforesaid Gentleman deceased) of the one part and William Stables of Sandy-Gate in the parish of Harwood in the said county Gentleman of the other parts of and concerning all that messuage or dwelling house situate at Kirkby Overblow in the county aforesaid wherein Thomas Hargreave the elder and Thomas Hargreave the younger do now dwell and one garden two orchards one barn and cow house therein one kitchen and stable with two rooms over the same one john near to the said barn and one stack garth also one other cowhouse swine coat and little stack garth adjoining to the same and a lane leading down to the said message and part of one pew in the parish church of Kirkby Overblow aforesaid belonging to the said messuage and also all those eight closes or parcels of arable meadow or pasture ground situate and being at Kirkby Overblow aforesaid commonly called or known by the names of the Calf Garth Stoney Leys the Near and Far Carnabbs the Summer Gate and the Carrs containing by estimation forty acres and an half be the same more or less all which said premises with their appurtenances are now or were late in the tenure or occupation of the said Thomas Hargreave the elder and Thomas Hargreave the younger or their undertenants together with all and singular houses outhouses buildings waters watercourses privileges and appurtenances whatsoever to the said messuage lands and tenements belonging or in any wise appurtaining which said indenture as to the execution thereof by the said James Procter and Hannah his wife Brian Procter and Agnes his wife is witnessed by James Collins the younger of Swiven with Tentergate in the said county Gentleman and Joseph Lye of the same place Yeoman
signed and sealed in the presence

James Collins junior sworn
Joseph Lye

 Brian Procter

 

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