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Henry Duncombe of Copgrove, esq., and John Beckett of Leeds, banker, of the first part; Thomas Norcliffe Dalton, lately a Captain in His Majesty's Eleventh Regiment of Dragoons, and now of Tanfield Hall, esq., (eldest son of John Dalton, esq., and Isabella Dalton, deceased; Isabella Dalton, formerly called Isabella Wray, spinster, being one of the nieces and devisees named in the will of Thomas Norcliffe, late of Langton, esq., deceased) and Ann Wilson of York, widow, of the second part; Henry Yarburgh of Heslington, esq., of the third part; William Davies of York, cutler, of the fourth part.
Moiety of the manor of Heslington; 1 close called First Brecks, containing 6 acres; 1 close called Second Brecks, containing 10 acres; 1 close called Third Brecks, containing 13 acres; 1 close called Fourth Brecks, or Hill Close, containing 6 acres; the fifth close in the Brecks, containing 2 acres; the sixth close in the Brecks, containing 3 acres 2 roods; the seventh close in the Brecks, containing 5 acres and a barn; all of which closes are now in the tenure of William Jackson; 1 close containing 4 acres and 1 close containing 2 acres; another close called First Brecks, containing 6 acres; another close called Second Brecks, containing 5 acres; of which closes are now in the tenure of Thomas White; Peel Close, containing 6 acres 3 roods 5 poles; Moor Close, containing 7 acres 12 poles; Broom Close, containing 10 acres 1 rood 12 poles; Long Close, containing 6 acres 2 roods 2 poles; another close containing 4 acres 3 roods 8 poles; Ox Lair Close, containing 3 acres 2 roods; Middle Ox Close, containing 4 acres; High Ox Close, containing 5 acres; all of which closes are now in the tenure of John Holborn; a messuage now in the tenure of Nicholas Lambert; Spring Lane Close, containing 1 acre 3 roods 19 poles, now in the tenure of Joseph Lockwood; Clover Grass Close, containing 9 acres 8 poles, now in the tenure of John Lazenby; Benson's Close, containing 2 acres 2 roods 24 poles; Long Close, containing 8 acres 3 roods 24 poles; 2 closes called the first and Second Tile Pits, containing 20 acres 3 roods 19 poles; all of which closes are now in the tenure of William Wetherston; a messuage containing 2 roods; a close called the Croft, containing 2 acres; a close called the Paddock, containing 2 acres; a close called Near Outer Dale, containing 7 acres 1 rood 24 poles; a close called Far Outer Dale, containing 11 acres 1 rood 9 poles; all of which messuage and closes are now in the tenure of John Ayer; Green Dyke Close, containing 6 acres 1 rood 24 poles; Tinker Close, containing 5 acres 28 poles; a close containing 12 acres; some messuages; all now in the tenure of John Clark; several pieces of arable, meadow or pasture lying dispersed in the Gravel Field in Heslington, containing 7 acres 20 poles, now in the tenures of Joseph Ware, John Holborn, Richard Lambert, Joseph Lockwood, Robert Dilcock and John Ayer; several pieces of arable, meadow or pasture lying dispersed in the Low Field in Heslington, containing 6 acres 20 poles, now in the tenures of the same men; several pieces of arable, meadow or pasture lying dispersed in the Kimberlow Field, containing 7 acres 3 roods, and now in the tenures of John Holborn, Richard Lambert, Joseph Lockwood, Robert Dilcock and John Ayer; a moiety of the manor of Heslington; a messuage now in the possession of Thomas Agar; a messuage containing 20 poles; a close in the Brecks containing 4 acres; another close in the Brecks containing 7 acres, now in the tenure of Thomas White; a building now used as a blacksmith's shop, now in the tenure of Joseph Ware; a messuage now in the tenure of William Jackson; the Ox Close, containing 9 acres, now in the tenure of George Boss; a messuage containing 20 poles, now in the tenure of John Little; a messuage containing 2 roods; a garth containing 1 acre; Outer Dale Close, containing 7 acres 8 poles; Little Peel Close, containing 3 acres 2 poles; all of which messuage and closes are now in the tenure of John Holborn; a messuage; 5 closes containing 12 acres; several closes of arable, meadow or pasture called the Tilmire, containing 85 acres 2 roods 29 poles; all of which messuage and closes are now in the tenure of William Arnit; several pieces of arable, meadow or pasture containing 21 acres 1 rood, lying dispersed in the Gravel Field in Heslington, now in the tenures of Thomas White, John Little, John Holborn, John Lazenby and Thomas Agar; several pieces of arable meadow or pasture lying dispersed in the Low Field in Heslington, containing 17 acres 1 rood 20 poles, and now in the tenures of the same men; several pieces of arable, meadow or pasture lying dispersed in the Kimberlow Field in Heslington, containing 20 acres, and now in the tenures of the same men; several pieces of arable, meadow or pasture lying dispersed in the Brend Field in Heslington, containing 5 acres 1 rood 20 poles, and now in the tenures of Thomas White, John Holborn, John Lazenby and Thomas Agar; all of which lands were lately part of the freehold estate of Thomas Norcliffe, deceased, and now belonging to Thomas Norcliffe Dalton; a moiety of the rectory of St Lawrence, in the suburbs of York, with a tithe barn, and all tithes and glebe lands belonging to it.
In trust to the use of Henry Yarburgh his heirs and assigns for ever.
Schedule of deeds annexed.

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