Volume. Lettered on front cover: 'A Survey of the Manor and Prebend of Rickall in Com Ebor., 1649'.

Scope and Content

The volume contains the survey (a copy, with 21 leaves), compiled for the Parliamentary Commissioners, together with the following items: Pasted onto front end paper :

(a) Receipt for 40s. paid to Henry Wormeley by William Tomlynson on behalf of John Constable for rent of Constable's land at Cawthorpe, 16 December 1621

(b) Receipt for £32 paid to James Smith by Mr Wormley, 10 November 1736

(c) Note concerning the loan of two (Court?) rolls to Mr Rand to be shown to Mr Hudson, but never returned, October 1742(?)

At the rear of the volume:

(a) Confirmation of payment of purchase money: for £586.5s.4d.: William Consett of London, on behalf of Henry Wormeley, of Rickall, esq.: manor and prebend of Riccall: Signed Thomas Noel, William Hobson, 10 January 1649/50

(b) Copy (Incomplete). Bargain and Sale : Sir John Wollaston, Knight, Robert Tichborne, Thomas Noell, esqs (and 12 other trustees appointed by Parliament to act for the conveying of the possessions of the late Deans, Deans and Chapters, Canons, Prebends and others, of the Church of England) to William Consett of London: manor and prebend of Riccall, Riccall Hall, close called Low Crook, 12ac., close called High Crook, 9ac., North Field closes, close called Old Evers Staverthwaite, 5ac., close called Stock Bridge, 10ac., close called Ten Acres, meadow with 8ac., close called Long Riding, 5ac., close called Scarr Garths, 6ac., Riccall Ings, 10ac., corn windmill in Riccall West Field with 1ac., now or late in the tenure of John Burton, arable land called Kirk Rows flatt, 2ac., two closes 'taken off the Common by Mr Henry Wormley' commonly called Southwoods, 9ac.: 24 January 1649/50

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