Release (incomplete): Dame Mary Calverley, widow of Sir Henry C., Sir John Huband of Ipsley, co. Warwick, William Hartopp of Little Dalby, co. Leics. esq., William Gulston of par. St Clement Danes, co. Mdx., esq., and Laurence Carter sen. of the Newarke of Leicester esq. to Lady Elizabeth Sherard, widow of Bennett, Lord Sherard, and Bennett, Lord Sherard (exors. of the first named Bennett, Lord Sherard)

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Manor and capital messuage of Eryholme with the lords common and the tenants common (115ac. in all); messuage and farm called Low Hailes and Hall Farm; Breake House Farm; East Field Farm; Hill House and Farm; Hirgill House and Farm; Settcropp Farm; Carlingholme Farm; farm called the Lowholmes; 2 other farms, messuage and garth, cottage, shop, and garth; cottage and 3 garths, all in Eryholme: Further to a recited Deed to lead to a Common Recovery (3 May 1696) of manor of Newton Hansard with messuages and lands there and in Littleburne, co. Durham, to raise £7000 for Bennett, Lord Sherard dec'd. and an annuity of £300 for Dame Mary Calverley; which estates in co. Durham have since been sold. Recites that Dame Calverley has agreed to accept a demise of estates in Mumby, Mumby Chapel, Somerfee, Salmondby, Hogstropp, Riggesby and Huttoft, co. Lincoln as security for payment of the said annuity of £300. The second sheet of this document is missing. Witn. Chr. Sherrard, John Salt, Tho. Carter.

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