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Sheffield And Its Environs 13th to 17th Century a Descriptive Catalogue of Land

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Sheffield And Its Environs 13th to 17th Century a Descriptive Catalogue of Land
T Walter Thomas Walter Hall
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Genealogy deduced.
Vincent Monday of Marketon . CO Derby esquire Edward s & h ap gent both living 24 Oct 1568 XIV (1625) July 25th, in the 1st year of Charles I. Deed of covenant (Engl) made between John Ibotson of Wigtwisle in the county of York clerke on the first partye, William Ibotson of Nether Combes in the said county yeoman on the second partye and Richard Ibotson of Worral in the said county yeoman on the third partye; witnessed that the said John Ibotson for divers good causes and con
...siderations him moving did covenant grant conclude and agree to and with the said William Ibotson and his heirs by those presents, that he the said John Ibotson should and would before the feast day of saint Michael the archangell, then next ensuing the date thereof, by his deed of feoffment, by him to be sealed and delivered and with "liverye of seizen" lawfully executed give grant enfeoffe and confirm unto the said William Ibotson and his heirs for ever; all that messuage or tenement in Wiggtwisle (sic) aforesaid, which was sometime the tenement of one Henry Morton deceased; and all houses buildings lands tenements nieddowes pastures woods under-woods commons comodityes and hereditaments of him the said John Ibotson in Wiggtwisle aforesaid, whichever were the lands tenements and hereditaments of the said Henry Morton in Wiggtwisle aforesaid, with all their appurtenances whatsoever ; to the only use and behoofe of the said William Ibotson and of his heirs for ever; to the end that the said William Ibotson might be adjudged and taken to be perfect tenant of the freehold of all the said 11 messuage and other the said premises, until a perfect recovery might be had and executed of all the said premises against him the said William Ibotson ; and it was also covenanted and agreed by and between all the said partyes to those presents that a writt of entery siir disseisen in le post should be brought for the said premises, at the cost and charge of the said John Ibotson, in the name of the said Richard Ibotson, against the said William Ibotson ; by the name or names of one messuage one garden one orchard an hundred acres of land thirty acres of meddowe twenty acres of pasture four acres of wood and forty acres of more (moor), with thappurtenances, in Wiggtwisle alias Wyghtwysill Bradfeild ; or by such the name or names as to the said John Ibotson should be thought meet and convenient, according to the use of common recoveries in such case used ; and that the said William Ibotson should vouch to warrant the said John Ibotson who should enter into the said warranty and vouch over the common vouchee, who should appear and make default ; also that a perfect recovery may be had and judgement thereupon given, in his Majesty's court of common plees at West- minster, against the said William Ibotson who should recover in value, against the said John Ibotson and the common vouchee, to be in mercye ; and it was likewise further covenanted etc by and between all the said parties, that after the execution thereof of the said recovery, the same should be and enure, and the feoffee named in the said feoffment and recoverer named in the said recovery, should at and ever after the executing of the said feoffment and at and ever after the said recovery, soe had as aforesaid, stand and be seized of the said messuage etc; to the only use and behoof of the said John Ibotson and of his heirs and assigns for ever, and to noe other use intent or purpose whatsover.

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