Copy of court roll (manor of Heslington)

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Admission of Nicholas Charles Gold of York, gent., as trustee for Nicholas Edmund Yarburgh of Heslington Hall, esq., following surrender made out of court on 11 July 1846. by James Haw of Skelton, farmer.
Two closes of old enclosed land called Ox Closes, containing 3a. and lying together, with lands lately of Mr William Agar's devisees to the west, a close belonging to Henry Yarburgh, esq., to the east, the Moor Lane to the south, and the Common Piece to the north, now in the occupation of Feathery.
£200, by way of mortgage lent from Yarburgh to Haw, repayable with interest at 4% on 11 January following the surrender.
If no redemption, Gold to sell property, using income to pay costs of present transaction, then those of the sales, then to repay mortgage, and finally to pay any surplus to Haw.
Fine of £6 10s.
(Endorsed with note of charges).

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YM/D/XXXVII/9

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