Property: a messuage and tenement in Millington with fields thereto belonging called the Chamber Croft, the Clover Field, the Middle Field, the Further Field, the Nearer Low Field (now in 2 closes), the Further Low Field, the Lane and the Green (12 a. 3 r. 16 p.), and other fields formerly known as the Gorsey Heyes but now called the Pear Tree Croft, the Lane and the Further Great Field (2 a. 2 r. 9 p.). The above were purchased by George Harry Grey (1765-1845), 6th Earl of Stamford, from John Worthington of Chester yeo, Samuel Goolden of Hale yeo and William Pass of Altrincham gent on 30-31 October 1834, consideration £1637 10s to Worthington, £1637 10s to Goolden and Pass. Also a piece of land in Millington called the Pear Tree Croft, purchased by the 6th Earl of Stamford from John Worthington on 30-31 October 1834, consideration £14.
The bundle comprises: settlement by conveyance of a messuage to trustees on the marriage of John Walker of Didsbury co. Lancs tanner and Margaret, daughter of John Moores of Millington dec'd, 1719 (EGR14/1/43/1); articles of agreement and settlement by conveyance to trustees by lease and release on the marriage of John Goolden jun of Hale tanner and Susannah, daughter of John Walker of Millington yeo, 1745-1746 (/2-6); surrender of 2 terms of 99 years in 2 messuages from Abraham and Isaac Hollinpriest of Baguley shoemakers and others to Thomas, John and William Goolden of Hale, sons of John Goolden, with a copy, 1786 (/7-8); copy of the will of John Goolden of Hale tanner, original made in 1782, copy made in 1801 (/9); conveyance by lease and release with fine from Thomas, John and William Goolden to John Worthington of Ringway to. Hale tanner and his trustee, with assignment of a term of years in trust to attend the inheritance, 1802 (/10-12); conveyance by lease and release from John Worthington and his trustee to Isaac Worthington jun of Ringway tanner, 1809 (/13-14); mortgage by Isaac Worthington to Edward Reddish of Stockport corn-dealer, 1811 (/15); conveyances of closes in Millington by lease and release from Mary Walker of Bollington widow to Isaac Worthington, 1812 (/16-19); reassignment of a mortgage term from Edward Reddish to the devisees in trust of Isaac Worthington jun dec'd on repayment of the mortgage, 1812 (/20); conveyance of a messuage by lease and release (bound together) from John Worthington and others to Lord Stamford, 1834 (/21); conveyance of closes by lease and release (bound together) from John Worthington to Lord Stamford, 1834 (/22); assignment from Benjamin Whitelegg of Partington tanner and others to Booth Grey esq (1783-1850), to the use of Lord Stamford, of the residue of a term of 250 years created by the settlement in 1719 (/23); certificate from the Commissioners for Taking Acknowledgements of Deeds by Married Women, 1834 (/24); plan of the estate in Millington belonging to the late Isaac Worthington jun (/25); certificates of baptism and burial, 1834 (/26-30).