Volume containing copies of the following deeds

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a) Mortgage by Lease and Release: for £850: (i) John Crompton of Little Ruston and wife Anne, (ii) Richard Burdett of Greys Inn, gent., (iii) Thomas Harrison of York, gent., (iv) Jane Hassell of York, widow, to lead to a Common Recovery to use of Jane Hassell: the Inleas of Kelk alias the Kelingleas alias Kelkleas (133 ac.) in Little Kelk. Brasy Close alias the Three Cornered Close (2 ac.), 3 closes (16 ac.) lately inclosed from the North Field and Lady Mill or Lady Mary Ings in Lowthorp: Witn. Ann and John Crompton, R Burdett. 17 - 18 October 1718

b) Common Recovery further to a)

c) Further Mortgage: for £100.: John Crompton to Jane Hassell: - -as a): Witn. Jno. Tomlinson, Jane Pearson, 25 November 1719

d) Assignment of Mortgages as a) and c) by John Crompton and Jane Hassell to Thomas Duncombe of Duncombe Park and his trustee Henry Slingsby of Scowen, esqs.: for £2000 in all: as a). Also the manor of Little Ruston with the manor house, messuages, cottages, 38 oxgangs and lands (mentions Antient Holme, Stone Pit Close, Dove Coat Garth, the Holme, the Mill Hill with a water corn mill, Davids Close, Marram Close): Witn. Fran. Hodson, Jno. Tomlinson, Tim. Foord, Wm. Hardy. 27 - 28 March 1723

e) Lease and Release: for £4,400: John Crompton and wife Anne to John Thompson of London, merchant: as d): Subject to Mortgage as d). Witn. Vere Warner, Rd. Burdett. 22 - 23 October 1723

f) Bond in £8,800 for performance of covenants of e). 23 October 1723

g) Bond in £3000: John Crompton to John Thompson. John Crompton to join with Thomas Duncombe in deeds to discharge mortgage as d). 23 October 1723

(h) Final Concord, further to e), 25 November 1723

(i) Receipt for £2,100 paid to Thomas Duncombe to discharge mortgage as d). 28 March 1724

(j) Marriage Settlement by Lease and Release: (i) John Thompson, (ii) James Hustler of Scampston, esq. and St. Quintin Thompson of London, esq. (iii) Sir William St. Quintin nephew and heir of Sir William St. Quintin jnr., both of Harpham: prior to marriage of Sir William St. Quintin and Rebecca, only daughter of John Thompson, for her marriage portion of £10,000 (£400 to be paid in cash, the premises to represent £4,000 and the residue to be secured on mortgage): as d): Witn. Matt. St. Quintin, Saml. Marwood, V. Warner. 8 - 9 June 1724

(k) Lease and Release: for £4,880: Sir William St. Quintin to Sir John Thompson of London: as d). Also other messuages, cottages and lands in Little Ruston (mentions Lowdlane Close, Moon land): Witn. Cha. Tancred, Matt. C. St. Quintin, Robert Newton. 26 - 27 October 1733

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