Lease for three lives
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|Title:||Lease for three lives|
1. Rt. Hon. Thomas Earl of Exeter, K. G, and one of the Lords of H.M. Privy Council
2. William Trollope of Thurlby [by Bourne], gent., servant to the Earl.
Consideration: surrender by 2, of a former lease, dated 19th October 1599 for the lives of Thomas and John Trollope, his sons [Thomas is still alive]; £33 6s. 8d..
Twenty acres of pasture, meadow and arable land in the fields and territories of Bourne; also a third part of a close called Colehouse Close, containing 1 acre 1 rood 6 perches; a third part of 1 acre of meadow in Newland; a third part of a close called Friar Barre, all in Bourne, lately in the tenure of Edward More of Bourne.
For the lives of William, Jonas and James, sons of 2.
Rent p.a. 23s. 4d. [total].
Dated: 2nd April 11 Jas I.
[See also Cragg 3/87].
|Held by:||Lincolnshire Archives, not available at The National Archives|