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William Crumpton of Lydham Shropshire

Document Reference 11/667-8 System Number X11/12/7/1/667-8

Date 10 April 1669  Title Lease

Description

 

1. Sir Job Charlton of Ludford knight, Chief Justice of Chester, serjeant at law

2. Robert Shuker of Oakely yeoman Consideration £36, and rent Lease and copy lease of a messuage in Lidam (formerly in tenure of William Crumpton, carpenter, now or late in tenure of John Gething) reserving to granter all timber and liberty of access; for 99 years or lives of Robert Shuker (party), Francis Shuker and Thomas Shuker (sons of William Shuker of Churchstock wheelwright) Rent, payable atthe dwelling house of Sir Job Charlton, 20s; one couple of fat capons at Shrovetide or 1s 6d, the labour of one man one. day yearly or 1s, heriot 6s 8d.Re-entry if the rent is in arrears by 15 days, though not demanded, or if the tenant assign without licence or commit waste. Tenant responsible for repairs. He is to plant all dead glatts with a single or double row of quicksetts, and to plant 2 apple trees, 2 oaks, and 2 ashes yearly; he may take no timber save that allowed for repairs, and commit no waste. Tenant to pay taxes. Suit of mill at the White Mills. Timber allowed for repairs.firebooteand hedgeboote Signature of J.Charlton Witnesses:- Edward Wollaston senior, Thomas Lane, John Leweis, Nathaniel Cowper. Numbered (109)

 

Location Shropshire Archives Lease (CCA:X11/12/7/1/667-8)

Document Reference 11/669-670 System Number X11/12/7/1/669-670

Date 30 December 1723 Title Lease

Description

1. Sir Francis Charlton of Ludford bart 2. George Bright of Lydham yeoman Consideration: surrender of a former lease, with remainder of term of 99 years or life of Thomas Shuker of the Broadway in the parish of Churchstock; and £22 Lease and counterpart lease of a messuage in Lydham (formerly William Crumpton carpenter, afterwards John Gething, afterwards Robert Shuker now George Bright), reserving tograntor timber and liberty of access; for 99 years or lives of John Bright, son of George Bright, aged 3 1/2, Martha his sister aged 1 1/2. and Benjamin Bright brother of George, aged 15 Rent 50s, one couple of fat hens at Shrovetide or 1s 6d, one labouring man's work or 1s, heriot 6s 8d on each death. Re-entry if the rent is unpaid 40 days though not demanded, or if George Bright exchange or assign the premises exceptto wife andchildren without licence. Tenant responsible for repairs and for payment of taxes. Houseboot, ploughboot, cartboot, hedgeboot and fireboot allowed. Signature of Francis Charlton to lease, of George Bright to counterpart Witnesses to both:- Rowland Winwood, William Bright, James Marsh Summary endorsed on counterpart, numbered (1)

Location Shropshire Archives Lease (CCA:X11/12/7/1/669-670)

Collection  Documents Relating to the Thornes Family  Document Ref 867/96

 Date 27 April 1636 Title Assignment of Lease.

 

Description (1) William Crumpton of Great Ryton, yeoman. (2) Thomas Campion of Wheatall, yeoman. Whereas Sir William Owen of Condover, knt., and Roger Owen Esq., son and heir apparent of Sir Wm Owen by indenture of 25 March 6 Charles I (1630) between Sir Wm Owen and Roger Owen (1) and Frauncis Walker, yeoman, of Great Ryton, demising to Frauncis the tithes of corn, grain, hay and other grain which shall arise in the townships of Great Ryton, Little Ryton and Wheatall, or which were commonly used and taken with the tithes of the townships, and all rights, etc., except all the tithes of corn etc. arising from one part of meadow ground in Great Ryton called the Hooe Meadow, before then in the tenure of William Crumpton, and except all the tithe of grain and hay arising from one little meadow and one pasture called the Hooes in the township of Great Ryton before in the tenure of John Castop snr. of Great Ryton to hold to Frauncis Walker for 99 years if Frauncis, Joyce his wife and Richard their eldest son so long live; paying 40/- p.a. at Michaelmas and the Annunciation, and 40/- heriot; and Frauncis by indenture of 27 April 1636 between him (1) and William Crumpton and Thomas Campion (2) assigned the tithe of corn, etc. above half to be held to Crumpton and half to Campion for the rest of the term if the 3 Walkers so long live, and Crumpton and Campion to pay the rents and dues; now the true meaning of the indenture is that no profit or benefit of survivorship shall be had between either of the parties. If Crumpton survives Campion then Crumpton will permit the executors etc. of Campion peacefully to hold the tenths and tithes on the property in Great Ryton, Little Ryton and Wheatall in the tenure of Campion and half the rents and sevices due to them by any demise of the premises in the first indenture; and Campion and his executors paying rents and dues; and the same shall apply if Campion survives Crumpton. Signed with the mark of William Crumpton. Endorsement: memorandum of agreement between the parties that Thomas Campion shall pay 2d. p.a. more rent for his tenements and lands than Wm Crumpton, viz. Campion paying 3/6 p.a. rent for his tenements and lands and tithes, and Crumpton 3/4. Witnesses to sealing: John Wro?, the mark of John ......., the mark of William Bowdler, Tho: Rider, Henry Williams. Seal missing. Mouse-eaten.

 

Section  FAMILY SETTLEMENTS, MORTGAGES, WILLS, &c  

DocumentRef 5460/3/11 Date 23 Jan 1606

 Title Deed to declare the uses of a fine Description 23 January 3 James I [1605/6]

 

Fras Cressett of Upton Cressett, esq., and Edw. Cressett, gent., son and heir apparent of Fras Cressett. A fine was levied [see 5460/3/10] for settling the manors and property to Fras Cressett for his life, remainder to Edw. Cressett and his heirs forever, i.e.:-

The Manor of Upton alias Upton Cressett and lands and houses, etc. and the patronages in Upton Cressett, and all rights, etc. belonging to the Manor, late the property of Rd Cressett, esq. decd.; The capital messuage in Upton Cressett in which Fras Cressett now lives with lands belonging;

The messuage in Upton Cressett in which Row. Corser now lives; the messuage in which Jn Page and Elynor Page, widow, now live in Upton Cressett; the messuage in Rowndmore in Upton Cressett in which Jn Markes now lives; the messuage in which Thos Vaughan now lives in Upton Cressett in a place called the Hill; the messuage in which Thos Wilkes now lives in Upton Cressett; the messuage in Upton Cressett in which Roger Baylies now lives called the Parke house; the messuage called Staple in Upton Cressett or near it, in which Thos Corser and Wm Carpenter now live; and all lands, etc. belonging; lands in Upton Cressett called Sidgley in the occ. of Nich. Smalman; the water corn and grist mill in Upton Cressett with waters, etc. belonging; the messuage in Medowley in the p. of Morvyld alias Morveld [Morville] in which Robt Parkington now lives; the messuage in which Rd Garbett lives in Medowley; the messuage in which Thos Wrednall lives in Medowley; the messuage in which Thos Symons lives in Meadowley and lands belonging; the messuage in which Robt Corser lives in Lye alias Lee, p. of Morvild; the messuage in which Thos Wall lives in Lye alias Lee and lands belonging; the messuage in which Thos Blunt lives in Creedon, p. of Chetton; the messuage in which Thos Cheese now lives in Creedon and lands belonging;

The messuage in which Edw. Urwicke alias Urricke now lives in Felhampton alias Fellamton, p. of Wistanstow; the messuage in which - Jurden lives in Felhampton; the messuage in which - Wigley lives in Felhampton; the messuage in which - Butler now lives in Felhampton; the messuage in Felhampton in which Jn Urwicke alias Urricke lives; a cottage and smith's forge in the occ. of - Heylart, and the lands etc., belonging to the last 6 messuages;

A cottage in Wistanstow in which - Bulkley lives; a cottage in Wistanstow in which -- dwells; the messuage in which Rd Berry lives in the p. of Wistanstow, with lands belonging;

The messuage now or late in the occ. of Edw. Corbett, esq. in Netley; the messuage in Netley now in the occ. of Wm Aston, gent., and land belonging;

 

The messuage in the p. of -- now or late in the occ. of Edw. Crumpton;

2 mills called the old mills in the parish of ---;

A messuage now or late in the occ. of -- in the p. of -- and lands belonging;

A water corn and grist mills called Cwnd [Cound] and houses adjoining in Cwnde now or late in the occ. of Sir Hen. Townshend, with lands;

The advowsons of the churches of Stepleton and Upton Cressett;

The messuage in which Wm Lateward lives in Cleoburie North and lands belonging.

It is agreed between the parties that the fine on the property as described in the fine [5460/3/9] shall be judged that the cognisees shall stand and be seised of the property to the use of Fras Cressett for life, with remainder to Edw. Cressett and his heirs forever.

Signed: John Lutley, Nycholas Leyghton, Henry Whitton, F. Holland, mark of Tomasin Holland

Witnesses: H. Towneshend, Thomas Lyttleton, Willm Baldwyn of Mounslowe, Jo: Yonge, Edw. Price, Francis Corser, Frauncis Fitchett, Arthur Hopton, Elizabeth Grandsdon, Maudlen Walker, W. Baldwyn, Fr: Phillips, Thomas Harrington.

 

Piece details C 2/Eliz/C14/22    

 

Thomas Compson v Richard Nurthall. Deeds. Land held of the manor of Kingswinford, Staffordshire, surrendered by James Barnesley into the hands of the lord Edward Dudley, lord of said manor, to the use of the plaintiff.  

Covering dates Between 1558 and 1603

 

Held by The National Archives, Kew