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George John Yarburgh, esq., as devisee for life under the will of Henry Yarburgh, following the death of Alicia Maria Lloyd.
Messuage or dwelling house with outbuildings at Pollington, parish of Snaith, formerly in the occupation of John Ellis, afterwards of William Umpleby, two closes of meadow or pasture adjoining and belonging to the above, in the successive occupancies as above, and heretofore of the estate of John Pinder; a close of land in Balne, parish of Snaith, called Allotts [sic] lands, containing 3 acres, heretofore Rouths, formerly in the occupation of David Swann 18 acres land on the west side of an allotment of 27 acres 2 roods 11 poles formerly awarded to Charles Yarburgh as parcel of the west field and little field of Pollington, being bounded by Pollington field road to the north, by lands awarded to John Fretwell to the east, by the town intake to the south, and by lands held by Charles Yarburgh as copyhold of the manor of Low Hall in Pollington to the west, all formerly in the occupation of William Routh, Thomas Cawthron, and John Dawley, and 10 acres land on the south side of an allotment of 17 acres 2 roods 24 poles heretofore awarded to Charles Yarburgh as parcel of the common called Balne moor, being bounded by lands awarded to Yarburgh in lieu of tithes to the north and west, by lands awarded to William Denby to the east, and by the Womersley road towards the south, formerly in the occupation of John Ellis, afterwards of William Umpleby
Fine of £150.

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