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John Roper of Clifton Croft, parish of St Olave, Marygate, York, esq.; George John Yarburgh of Heslington Hall, esq.
Common rights in the manor of St Lawrence, Heslington, associated with Roper's messuage, tenement, or dwellinghouse at Heslington and the garth, yard, orchard, and outbuildings belonging thereto, now in the occupation of John Hardcastle.
Yarburgh, as lord of the manor, has the soil of lands called Tilmire (containing 271 acres 2 roods 8 poles) and Outgang Common (containing 11 acres 2 roods).
Roper covenants for his title, for Yarburgh's peaceful possession without encumbrance arising from himself or his late brother, William Bell Roper, and for assurance of title.

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