Copy of court roll, manor of Pollington

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Henry Yarburgh, esq., as son and heir of Charles Yarburgh, esq., deceased.
Messuage and appurtenances in Balne, closes called Thick ing, Ox pasture, Wheat croft, Long croft, Tom croft, Longhirst, Hay croft, wood called the Shaw, 3 acres 3 roods arable in the Thwaites, free passage to and from Balne Moor; 10 acres arable in Pollington, two fisheries in the river Went; 2 messuages, 2 crofts, and closes called Thwaite croft, Wheely garths, Pillack Pighill, 9 acres arable, closes called Wassell, and Wheat croft or Bridge shaw, a messuage and 3 roods arable and a little close called Cawcroft hill and a parcel of meadow in Caw croft, in Balne and Pollington, all containing 50 acres; a messuage with appurtenances, 3 closes adjacent thereto, 2 roods arable, meadow or pasture late in the tenure of Thomas Moxon, containing 12½ acres in Pollington, and late in the occupation of Robert Clough; parcel of meadow or pasture in Call croft, containing 6 acres, lately in the occupation of Richard Routh; 2 closes and a parcel of land called an ing lying at the west end of Balne, containing 8 acres, called Bond springs, lately in the occupation of John Letham; close called Hunlack whaite; a messuage in Balne with various lands belonging thereto; a messuage in Balne, an orchard, a garden, a hemp garth, and closes called Well close, Spring croft, Pighill, North croft, Wheat croft, and half of a close called Ellerthwaite hill shaw; a messuage in Balne with closes called Tupman close and Robert croft, 4 selions land in the low end of West syke, and 5 selions in the upper end there.
21 acres 1 rood 9 poles in the west field, bounded by Pollington field road to the north, lands awarded to Yarburgh to the east, the town intake to the south, and lands awarded to Joseph Fisher to the west (Yarburgh being responsible for the maintenance of the ditches at the north and west sides of the allotment); 24 acres 1 rood 39 poles, parcel of the common called Pollington carr, bounded by lands awarded to the vicar of Snaith to the north, by lands of earl Mexborough to the east, lands awarded to lord Downe and to Yarburgh to the south, and lands awarded to John Thompson and Yarburgh and the carrside road to the west (Yarburgh being responsible for the fences and ditches on the west side of the allotment, and along as much of the south side as is allotted to lord Downe); 12 acres 17 poles, part of the common called Balne moor, bounded by the Womersley road to the north, by lands awarded to William Weddell to the east, by ancient enclosures of William Weddell, earl Mexborough, and Bacon Frank to the south, and by lands awarded to Bacon Frank to the west (Yarburgh being responsible for the fences and ditches on the north and west sides of the allotment); 2 acres 35 poles, also part of Balne moor, bounded by lands awarded to Yarburgh as freehold to north and east, by the Pollington road to the south, and by lands awarded to John Moor to the south (Yarburgh being responsible for the fences and ditches on the north, south, and east sides of the allotment.) together with a close called the Parks in Balne, containing 5 acres.
Fine of £210 16s. 0d.
With receipt for fine and fees.

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