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  • Reference
      GB 418 Booth/2/2/1/9
  • Dates of Creation
      4 Sep 1668

Scope and Content

(1) Nicholas Mosley of Ancoats, esq

Humphrey Booth of Salford, gent

William Higginbothome of Salford, chapman

(2) John Byrom of Salford, esq

Oswald Mosley, esq (son and heir of Nicholas Mosley)

Thomas B(e)rk of Manchester

Samuel Dickanson of Manchester, gent

(3) Sir Robert Booth, kt, justice of the Court of Common Pleas within Ireland, (grandson and heir of Humphrey Booth, decd)

Recital of indenture dated 25 Oct 165(3).

(1), with the consent of (3), to (2) 5 closes with their appurtenances called the Wallnees and the Banks, and 4 closes with their appurtenances in Highfield in Pendleton called the Marled Earth, the Broadfield, the Pingatt and the Mossey Field, and the yearly rent of 50s from land in Ancoats, to be used for the wages of the minister of Salford Chapel.

With note on verso

Marked in pencil "No 2"

Pencil marks throughout

4 tags; seals missing