Langham Charities - Bainton Indenture 1682 & Transcription Langham Village History Group
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This Indenture made the nyne & Twentyth Day of Aprill in the foure and thirtyth yeare of the raigne of our Soveraigne Lord Charles the Second by the grace of god of England Scotland ffrance and Ireland king defender of the faith etc Annogr dm 1682 Betweene Dorothy Ireland of preston in the county of Rutland widdow and William Ireland Sonn of the said dorothy of the one parte and Henry Hubbard & Luke Sharpe Richard Chisledine and John Hacke of Langham in the said County of Rutland yeoman of the other parte Witnesseth that the said dorothy Ireland and William Ireland for and in consideration of the Summe of ffive shillings of Lawfull English money to them in hand payd by the said Henry Hubbard Luke Sharpe Richard Chisledine and John Hack the receipt whereof they doe hereby acknowledge have Bargained and Sold & by these presents doe Bargaine and Sell unto the said Henry Hubbard Luke Sharpe Richard Chisledine and John Hacke All that one messuage or Tenemt wth the appurternts in Baynton als Baddington in the County of Northamton and also all arrable Lands leys medows pastures and Closes thereunto belonging containeing by Estimacon ffifteen acres to th same more or less Situate & Lying and being in the feilds parishes territorys and presentse of Baynton als Maddington aforesaid and of Bar[na]ke and Ufford in the said County of Northampton and the Reversion and Reversions Remander and remandars Together wth the rents and profits of the premises and every parte and parcell thereof To have and to hold the said Messuage or tenement and all and Singular other the premises herein menconned and intended to be hereby Barganed and Sold wth their and every of theire appurtenances unto the said Henry Hubbard Luke Sharpe Richard Chisledine John Hacke their Executors and Assignes from the day before the date hereof for and during the terme of one whole yeare from thence next ensuering and fully to be Complete and ended Yeildinge and paieinge therefore the yearely Rent of one peper Corne att the feast of Saint Michaell the Archangeil onely if the same be demanded to the intent that by virtue of these presents and of the Statute for Transferring uses into possession the said Henry Hubbard Luk Sharpe Richard Chisledine and John Hacke may be in the Actuall pssession of the premises and be enabled to [word not read] of the reversion and inheritance thereof to them and theire Heirs In witness whereof the partyes first above named to these present Indentures have here unto interchangeable set thir hands and Seales the day and yeare above written