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Yarburgh Yarburgh (formerly Greame) to Sewerby House, esq., as heir in tail according to the will of Charles Yarburgh of Heslington, deceased.
Two customary or copyhold cottages and the orchard or garth called Ricker Garth, otherwise Riccard garth, adjoining a close lately belonging to Charles Yarburgh, esq., to the west, with the Gowdall road to the north, and a common lane to the south and east, being on 17 June 1782 in the tenure or occupation of John Latham; all other copyhold tenancies or parts thereof held on 17 June 1782 by Jonathan Dixon and Wilfred Bell and Frances his wife of the manor of Augmentation in Snaith, comprising three cottages or dwelling houses at the west end of Snaith with their appurtenances, now in the occupations of Henry Hutchinson, Joseph Wood, and William Jackson, and the orchard or garth called Ricker garth or Riccard garth thereto adjoining with the buildings thereon, now in the occupation of William Umpleby, all the hereditaments with the sites of the cottages containing 3 roods 34 poles, with a road or lane towards the east and south, property lately belonging to Nicholas Edmund Yarburgh, esq., deceased, to the west, and the Wakefield, Pontefract, and Goole railway to the north; an allotment or parcel of land on Snaith marsh containing 2 acres 2 roods 9 poles, lying of the south side of, and forming part of, a close containing altogether 12 acres 2 roods 38 poles, now in the occupation of William Umpleby, the allotment being bounded by the high road to the east, by land lately belonging to Nicholas Edmund Yarburgh to the west, by the remainder of the close to the north, and by land of John Lawrence to the south.
Charles Yarburgh had acquired the lands by a surrender made on 17 June 1782 by Jonathan Dixon of London, mariner (eldest son and heir at law of Richard Dixon, late of Penrith, Cumb., farmer, and Ann his wife, both deceased, she being one of the two daughters and co-heiresses of William Dobson, late of Kirby Shewer, Westmor., gent., deceased; and great nephew and one of the co-heirs of James Dobson, late of Colman St., London, esq., deceased, brother of William), represented by John Latham of Snaith as his attorney, and Wilfred Bell of East Bornet, Herts, farmer, and Frances his wife (nee Dobson, being the other daughter of William Dobson, and neice of James Dobson), to his own use for life, and thereafter to the uses in trust according to his will. Charles Yarburgh had been admitted tenant on 17 June 1782. Nicholas Edmund Yarburgh had been admitted tenant on 1 November 1811.
Fine of £40 10s.

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