Assignment and Confirmation: William Jollie of Eastbey, Henery Tomson of Gargrave, Thomas Goodson of Snaiggill and Henery Dixson of Bradley yeomen (feoffees of John Whitwham of Bradley deceased for payment of his debts), to his son John Whitwham of Bradley clothdresser

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East moiety of a great barn near Bradley Hall; a little house called Garne House with 3 little garths adjacent on back and W. sides; and closes called 2 Long Garthes, Ellergills, Lower End of the Old Feild, and the Holme; moiety of water cornmill called Bradley Millne: Conditional on making specified payments of debts and legacies. Recites feoffment of the premises by John Whitwham senr. to his feoffees (22 August 1653), which also included a moiety of the waste called the Foold; a wain house adjoining the great barn, with a parcel on the backside in Green Croft Head to the barn doors as it was then set out to be inclosed; a messuage newly erected on the Upper Intacke; closes called the North Side, the Lower Intacke, Upper Oldfeild, and Middle Oldfeild; and 2 closes. Witnessed Hugh Watkinson, Jerm. Craven.

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