Francis Barlow of Middlethorpe, esq., and Samuel Barlow, citizen and apothecary of London; James Yarburgh of Heslington, esq.
A messuage or tenement with 3½ oxgangs land, meadow or pasture with their appurtenances, a cottage, an orchard, and a ruinous toft, all at Heslington, with all rights and appurtenances, all now in the possession of Samuel Wilson; with all other properties of the Barlows in Heslington.
For 1 year, peppercorn rent.
5s. from Yarburgh to each of Barlows.
Bargain and sale by lease and release
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- ReferenceGB 193 YM/D/HES/MISC/10
- Dates of Creation[18-19 June 1719]
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