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Reference HILL
Covering dates 13th century-20th century
Held by Lincolnshire Archives
Extent 49 sub-fonds
Creators Hill, Sir James William Francis, 1899-1980, lawyer and historian

Contents:
Diverse collection of papers accumulated by the Lincolnshire historian Sir Francis Hill.



Title Deeds  Hill 1  1620-1854

Contents:
These are deeds relating to the so-called John of Gaunts Palace, Lincoln, and some miscellaneous deeds purchased from dealers.

Deeds relating to property in the parish of St. Peter at Gowts, Lincoln  Hill 1/1  1652-1854

Gift, grant, bargain, sale, release, enfeoffment etc  Hill 1/1/1  17 May 1652

Seal lost

Contents:
Parties: Thomas Craven of the city of Lincoln yeoman to Robert Craven of the same, tanner
Property: his messuage or tenement on the west side of the High street in the parish of St. Peter at Gowts now or late in the occupation of John Lambe and 1 garden orchard and little close at the west part of the same, with all easements, commons etc.
Consideration: £80
Signed: Thomas Craven
Endorsed: Thomas Craven deed and bond to myself Robert Craven of his hous 1 did purches of him given to him by my father in his will.

Lease for a year  Hill 1/1/2  22 July 1673

Illegible seal

Contents:
Parties: Henry Craven of the city of Lincoln yeoman and Thomas Yates of the same city horse porter
Property: The messuage or tenement on the west side of the High Street in St. Peter at Gowts now or late in the occupation of George Kent and Robert Wood, with the garden orchard and little close on the west part of the said messuage
Signed and sealed: Henry Craven.

Release by deed to make a tenant for the precipe  Hill 1/1/3  23 July 1673

Signed and sealed: all parties, only two seals, one papered and illegible, 1 formal design, flower

Contents:
Parties: Henry Craven of the city of Lincoln yeoman and Mary his wife of the first, Thomas Yates of the same horse porter of thesecond and Hugh Norton of the same yeoman of the third
Property: as in number HILL 1/1/2
Consideration: Thomas Yates to be tenant, Hugh Norton demandant and a common recovery to be had to the use of Henry Craven and his heirs.

Lease for a year  Hill 1/1/4  16 Feb 1674

Signed and sealed: Henry Craven, flower design

Contents:
Parties: Henry Craven of the city of Lincoln yeoman to William Routlidge of the said city feltmaker
Property: as in HILL 1/1/2 and 3
Release not found among these deeds.

Copy, will of James Sewell of the parish of St. Peter at Gowts, Lincoln, ironmonger  Hill 1/1/5  c1731

Contents:
Beneficiaries: grandchild John Thickston, a close at Immingham of 7 a. in occupation Jane Robinson daughter Hannah Sewell, a close at Immingham of 20 a. in occupation Richard Johnson and ½ part of 20. close adjoining in occupation George Swallow lying nearer to Keelby, 1 silver salver
Wife Elizabeth Sewell, the other ½ part of the 20 a. close at Immingham, both parts being in the occupation of George Swallow, the wife and daughter to join at the charge of dividing the close, letting it and dividing the profits meanwhile
Son William Sewell, ½ part of the close in Immingham after his wife's death, provided there are three children by his wife
Sons Robert or James Sewell, if either die before they marry and have issue, so that the estate of one passes to the other, to pay £ 100 each to children Henry and Elizabeth when they reach the age of 21, provided there are three children by his wife living at the time son James Sewell, his houses and ground in occupation of Mr. Joseph Drewry and Abraham Shard esq. in St.Peter at Gowts, the piece of ground called St. Andrew's churchyard (leasehold) adjoining the houses and ground in occupation of Mr. Joseph Drewry, all the houses, homestead and arable landgates belonging to the homestead at Martin co. Lincoln
Son Robert, 1 close at Immingham in occupation Nathaniel Troote of 31 a., tp pay half the rents and profits to wife Elizabeth while she lives and has 2 children living by him, all his houses and land, Minster lease, in the parish of St. Mary Wigford in occupation of Joseph Hotching, William Stimson and others, a piece of ground mentioned in the same lease in St. Peter at Gowts in occupation Thomas Cowley, also all the house and ground in St. Peter at Gowts in his own occupation, he, the son, paying £ 7 a year to his sister Mary Lacy for life and reserving the north part of the house now newly made an entire tenement, with household goods, to the use of wife Elizabeth as long as she continues his widow, to have also the use of the brewhouse and brewing vessells, the privilege of the gardens and close adjoining the house (excepting the grass of the close) half the fruit of the trees in the close, half of the garden produce, so long as she continues his widow, and that she will pay all taxes and parish dues for the house as long as Robert Sewell is paying Mary Lacy £ 7. He is to be the executor of the will and to have the residue of the goods
Wife Elizabeth, 10 guineas to buy mourning. In consideration of what is settled on her she is to bring up the children he has by her until they are disposed of in marriage, which he desires she will take care to advise them in. Her gifts and settlement to be in lieu of thirds and any other claim. She is to have the half oxgang in S.Girton co.Nott. for life which she had surrendered to the use of her will
Elizabeth the youngest child by his wife Elizabeth, to have the estate at Girton co.Nott. in occupation of James Flawering (except half an oxgang of land) after his wife's death
Henry eldest son by his wife Elizabeth, after his wife's death to have all his estate at Sutton on Trent co.Nott. in occupation Jonathan Hemsell and Thomas Fotherby
Wife Elizabeth all his estate at N.Collingham co.Nott. in occupation of Francis Simson which she surrendered to the use of his will, and after her death to go to the second child of his wife, provided she had three children living at the time, but if only two survive the ½ oxgang at Girton to go to the youngest and the N.Collingham estate in possession to the eldest child, inreversion to son in law Nevil Malton
Sister Mary Lacy 1 guinea
The poor of St.Peter at Gowts and St.Botolph Lincoln 20 s. to each parish to be disposed of by the overseers of the poor
To his trustee Mr. Henry West another 20 s. for the poor elsewhere as he thinks fit, he is to bring up his son James Sewell andadvise him and the rest of the children in disposing themselves in marriage and all other affairs, he is to apply the rents of the land given to James Sewell for his education, diet, clothes and the sur-plus to put him apprentice or otherwise for his advantage until the age of 21, he is also to dispose of the rents of land given to son Robert Sewell and the personal estate to his best advantage until the term of his apprenticeship isexpired, the trustee to pay Robert's clothes and pocket money, and to dispose of the shop to keep the trade until the son is at liberty. He is to have 2 guineas, and if he dies before fulfilling the trust he desires Mr. William Cappe of Harmston and Mr. Andrew Kippis of Lincoln brasier to succeed him
Witnesses: Joseph Nainby, Samuel Parlby and John Parlby 22 April 1730, executors worn 9 Jan 1730/1
A true copy, John Bradley deputy registrar.

Lease for a year  Hill 1/1/6  19 Oct 1739

Signed and sealed: James and Ann Sewell, conventional design

Contents:
Parties: James Sewell of the city of Lincoln tanner, one of the sons of James Sewell deceased, and Ann his wife to John Hutchinson of the said city gentleman
Property: All the messuage divided into 3 tenements part of a messuage called Broxholmes great house in the parish of St. Peter at Gowts in the occupation of Joseph Drewry, James Sewell himself and (blank) excepting the brewhouse, malting office, kiln and kitchen next the malting office which have been lately purchased by Benjamin Bromhead esq. with the orchard adjoining and the close lying on the said orchard east, the river Witham west and a little close and paddock of Benjamin Bromhead north, also a tanyard with tan tubbs, drench tubbs and utensils in the tan yard
Also a close of meadow or pasture of 2 a. adjoining the tan yard, river Witham west. Mr. Joshua Peart south, Mr. Bromhead's close north, formerly in occupation Abraham Shard esq. now or late of James Sewell.

Release  Hill 1/1/7  20 Oct 1739

Signed and sealed as no. HILL 1/1/6

Contents:
Parties: as in no. HILL 1/1/6
Property: as in HILL 1/1/6
Consideration: £ 263 " 12.

Assignment of lease  Hill 1/1/8  20 Oct 1739

Signed and sealed: James Sewell

Contents:
Parties: James Sewell of the city of Lincoln tanner and John Hutchinson of the city of Lincoln gent.
Property: the churchyard or piece of waste ground known as St. Andrew's churchyard in Wigford, High street east, a tan yard west, messuage in occupation of Mr. Joseph Drewry north and a lane south, which he has by lease of the precentor of Lincoln cathedral for 21 years, dated 8 March 1736/7 at a yearly rent of 2 s.
Consideration: 10 s.

Final concord  Hill 1/1/9  [1740]

Contents:
Parties: Benjamin Bromhead esq. and John Hutchinson plaintiffs, James Sewell defendant
Property: 1 messuage, 1 malthouse, 1 kiln, 1 orchard, 5 a. of meadow, 5 a. of pasture and common of pasture of all manner of cattle in the parish of St.Peter at Gowts Lincoln
Consideration: £ 100
Hilary term.

Lease for a year  Hill 1/1/10  20 June 1798

Signed andsealed: John Hutchinson (cameo head)

Contents:
Parties: John Hutchinson of the Close of Lincoln gent. and Henry Boot of the city of Lincoln surgeon
Property: messuage with yard, garden, stable etc. in St. Peter at Gowts now or late in occupation John Hutchinson some part erected and built by him on part of a piece of land bought of James Sewell
That other messuage (adjoining the north side of the last) being heretofore part of a messuage called Broxholme's great house in the parish of St.Peter at Gowts formerly in occupation of Joshua Drewry, James Sewell and (blank) now in occupation of John Hutchinson, a close or parcel of land in the same parish adjoining the back part of the messuages of c. 2 a. now or late in occupation of Thomas Huddleston.

Release  Hill 1/1/11  21 June 1798

Signed and sealed: John Hutchinson

Contents:
Parties: John Hutchinson of the Close of Lincoln gent., Henry Boot surgeon and Edward Boot of Waddington maltster
Property: as in HILL 1/1/10
Consideration: £ 830.

Assignment of lease  Hill 1/1/12  21 June 1798

Signed and sealed: John Hutchinson

Contents:
Parties: John Hutchinson of the Close gent. and Henry Boot of the city of Lincoln surgeon
Property: as in HILL 1/1/8 except a messuage in the occupation of John Hutchinson north leased to him by the precentor of Lincoln cathedral, 24 June 1793
Consideration: £ 20.

Conveyance  Hill 1/1/13  28 Nov 1849

Signed and sealed: William Robinson, Edward Boot and John Thomas Tweed

Contents:
Parties: William Robinson of Brandon, Edward Boot of Waddington gent. devisees of the will of Henry Boot surgeon and John Thomas Tweed of the city of Lincoln gent.
Property: the messuage with yard garden and stable in St. Peter at Gowts in occup. of the late Henry Boot and now Mrs. Sympson, which messuage was built by Henry Boot sometime since on the site of a messuage bought of John Hutchinson, and the other messuage to the north of the last erected by Henry Boot on the site of a messuage formerly in the occupation of John Hutchinson heretofore part of a messuage called Broxholmes great house now in the occupation of Angelina Eliza Boot and the close adjoining the back of the said messuages of 2 a. formerly in the occupation of Thomas Huddleston now Thomas Manford all of which was purchased by the said John Hutchinson from James Sewell deceased and by Henry Boot of John Hutchinson
Consideration: £ 2560
Endorsement recording the conveyance by John Thomas Tweed to George Harmston Edmonds of Wakefield grocer of the close of land within described, consideration £ 1150
11 Sept, 1854.

Property in Lincoln St. Mary Wigford  Hill 1/2  1754, 1765

Agreement to sell and purchase  Hill 1/2/1  8 May 1754

Signed and sealed: William Reading, Robert Drwery junior; applied seal, armorial device, paper

Contents:
Parties: William Reading of Crowle grocer and Robert Drewry the younger of the city of Lincoln gent.
Property: messuage or tenement and shop gardens out-houses etc. in St. Mary in Wigford in the occupation of Abraham Dimberlins and the messuage in the same parish in the occupation of Elizabeth Morton widow free from any encumbrance by John Holmes late grandfather of William Reading and by William Reading clerk and Elizabeth his wife his father and mother
Consideration: £ 226
On the dorse: receipt for £ 50 down. In pencil Wigford, Lincoln city.

Lease for a year  Hill 1/2/2  22 Aug 1765

Signed and sealed: Robert Drewry, applied seal, armorial

Contents:
Parties: Robert Drewry of the city of Lincoln gent. and William Creacy of the same victualler and Catherine his wife
Property: As in HILL 1/2/1 above in occupation John Clark and Thomas Rayner
In pencil: Lincoln city.

Property in St. Swithin, Lincoln  Hill 1/3  6 Oct 1634

Signed and sealed:Thomas Browne, device like a jumping fish

Contents:
Grant, enfeoffment, bargain, sale and confirmation by deed poll, but having an indented top
Parties: Thomas Browne of the city of Lincoln woollen draper to Thomas Field of the same leatherhungerman
Property: the cottage in St. Swithin Lincoln in occupation Thomas Reeve deceased now Thomas Field
Consideration: £ 55
Endorsed: The deed of the blacke goat head
In pencil: city of Lincoln, Lincs.

Property in St. Peter at Arches, Lincoln  Hill 1/4  1709-1713

Conditional grant release and confirmation  Hill 1/4/1  5 Oct 1709

Signed and sealed: John Leachman, applied seal, armorial

Contents:
Parties: John Leachman of the city of Lincoln hatter and William Brumby of the same cordwainer and Helen his wife
Properties: a messuage in St. Benedict's parish Lincoln in occupation of William Brumby
A messuage in the parish of St. Peter at Arches in occupation John Leachman
Consideration: the grant of the second proerty to be void if the conditions regarding the lease and release of the first are adhered to
Endorsed in pencil: St. Peter, Lincoln.

Assignment of lease  Hill 1/4/2  18 March 1713

Signed and sealed: William Darby

Contents:
Parties: William Darby of the city of Lincoln pewterer and John Dickinson tailor and bodysmaker
Property: the messuage in St. Peter at Arches in the occupation of Thomas Mountcastle on the high street, the warden tree yard anda messuage of the said William Darbys north and east, a messuage of the mayor sheriff and citizens of Lincoln in occupation Samuel Atkinson south which William Darby has by lease of the mayor sheriff citizens and commonalty of Lincoln for a term of 31 years, dated 22 Sept. 1711
Consideration: £100. Reference to a mortgage of the premisses William Darby to Thomas Nicholson citizen and alderman and Francis Harvey gent. both of the city of Lincoln for £50 and interest
Endorsed in pencil: St. Peters Lincoln.

Property in St. Martin, Lincoln  Hill 1/5  10 May 1729

Signed (mark) and sealed Thomas and Anne Spraggin

Contents:
Grant, alienation release, confirmation
Parties: Thomas Spraggin of Great Gonerby blacksmith and Anne his wife daughter of Richard Winter of Coleby cordwainer and William Burgess of the city of Lincoln currier
Property: All that part of a cottage in St. Martin consisting of one low room and a chamber now or late in the occupation of John Atkinson with part of the yard and garden as it is now divided and parted as J.A. enjoyed, which cottage was bought by Anne Winter of John Ealand, Vicars choral east, St. Martin church lands west, vicarage yard and land north and highway near the parish church south
Consideration: £7 0 0d
Endorsed: in pencil, St. Martins Lincoln.

Property in the Bail of Lincoln  Hill 1/6  1627-1707

Contents:
Note: HILL 1/6/2-7 appear to be related deeds
HILL 1/6/9 and 10 appear to be related deeds.

Lease for 41 years  Hill 1/6/1  10 April 1627

Signed and sealed: Robert Mounson

Contents:
Parties: Robert Mounson of Horbury co. York kt. to Laurence
Bowers of the bail innholder
Property: the messuage where LB. now lives in the Bail
Rent: £ 3
Conditions: in return for £ 16 rent arrears owing by Laurence Bowers to Robert Mounson, Bowers is to build repair amend and set up the messuage and to leave the buildings at the end of the lease with glass windows, ceiling, doors, locks and keys. Robert Mounson or his servants is to have stabling for his horse when he comes to the Bail paying only for hay and provender if used. Robert Mounson to defend his title against any claim of the churchwardens of St. Pauls
No reassignment of the premisses without consent
Endorsed in pencil: Seal of sir R. Monford (sic) Bail of Lincoln.

Bond in £ 20  Hill 1/6/2  25 Aug 1649

Signed and sealed: Grace Harris, seal indecypherable

Contents:
Parties: Grace Harris of the city of Lincoln spinster to George Bracewell of the Bail milliner
Condition: to keep covenants made in indentures of a common date between Grace Harris and George Bracewell and his wife Elizabeth.

Lease for a year  Hill 1/6/3  2 April 1669

Signed: Susanna Shaxklock, seal lost

Contents:
Parties: Susanna Shacklocke of the Bail widow one of the daughters of George Bracewell gent. deceased and William Smyth of the Castle of Lincoln gent.
Property: A house in the Bail in the occupation of Elizabeth Bracewell widow, mother of Susanna, given her by the last will and testament of Eleanor Cawton widow late of the city of Lincoln dated 11 Aug. 1667
Endorsed in pencil: Lincoln city, Lincs.

Release alienation, enfeoffment and confirmation, for a mortgage  Hill 1/6/4  3 April 1669

Signed and sealed: William Smith, device obscure

Contents:
Parties: Susanna Shacklocke of the Bail, Lincoln, widow to William Smith of the Castle of Lincoln gent.
Property: as in HILL 1/6/3
Consideration: £ 15. Susanna Shacklock is to repay by 9 s. twice yearly for 2½ years and the £ 15 "9s on 3 April 1672
Endorsed in pencil: city of Lincoln, Lincs.

Bond in £ 30  Hill 1/6/5  3 April 1669

Signed and sealed: Susanna Shacklock, seal indecyherable

Contents:
Parties: as in HILL 1/6/3 and 4
Condition: to keep covenants in indentures of even date
Endorsed in pencil: Lincoln Lincs.

Lease for a year  Hill 1/6/6  21 March 1670

Signed: Susanna Shacklock, seal lost

Contents:
Parties: Susanna Shacklocke of the Bail of Lincoln widow one of the daughters of George Bracewell alderman late deceased and Anne Willerton of St. Peter's parish, city of Lincoln widow
Property: Her house with all doors, locks, window and glass, ceilings, partitions and pentices in the Bail now in her own occupation which house was given her by the last will and testament of Eleanor Cawton late of the city of Lincoln widow deceased dated 11 Aug. 1667
Endorsed in pencil: Lincoln city. Lincs.

Bond in £ 70  Hill 1/6/7  22 March 1670

Signed: Susanna Shacklock, seal lost

Contents:
Parties: as in HILL 1/6/6 above
Condition: to keep covenants in indentures of even date
Endorsed in pencil: Lincoln city, Lincs.

Lease for a year  Hill 1/6/8  29 July 1657

Signed: Wm. Harvey and Henry Clowdesley, seals lost

Contents:
Parties: William Harvey of the Close gent. and Henry Clowdesley of the Bail woollen draper to Nicholas Rodesby of the Bail apothecary
Property: the messuage situate on Castle hill in the Bail of Lincoln, hereto for Robert Sutton north, late kingsway leading to the castle south, castle hill east and castle dykeway west now in the occupation of Nicholas Rodesby, 1 piece of ground hitherto enclosed with pales at the east of the messuage, 1 piece of pasture part of the north bail-dyke now severed and enclosed in the occupation of Nicholas Rodesby without Newport gate, being part of Hobman's dyke abutting on Newport Gate east and the other part of the dyke now in the occupation of Anthony Hobman west, 1 piece of ground severed and enclosed being part of the east castle-dyke, the east tower of the Castle of Lincoln to the south and a garden in the occupation of Philip Stanford north
Endorsed in pencil: City of Lincoln, Lincs.

Lease for 100 years (4 score and 19 years, 11 months and 3 weeks)  Hill 1/6/9  21 Sept 1682

Signed: Edward Legh, seal lost

Contents:
Parties: Edward Legh of the city of Lincoln doctor of physic to Robert Clarke of the Bail apothecary
Property: the messuage in the Bail of Lincoln adjoining upon the Castle hill in the occupation of Robert Clarke
Rent: £ 26 to be paid each year for the first 7 years
Endorsed in pencil: City of Lincoln, Lincs.

Lease for a year  Hill 1/6/10  3 June 1707

Signed and sealed: John Clarke, formal design

Contents:
Parties: John Clarke of the Bail Lincoln apothecary and Jonathan Johnson of the Inner Temple, London, gent.
Property: The messuage and garden with stables etc. in the Bail of Lincoln in the occupation of John Clarke.

Probate of the will of Charles Caldecott late of St. Paul in the Bail, Lincoln  Hill 1/6/11  1677

Contents:
Beneficiaries: Daughter Elizabeth, £ 500 to be raised out of his estate within 6 years and £ 500 more out of the £ 1000 which shall fall after the decease of her grandfather Mr. Laurence Stamford
His son: The £ 1000 above if his daughter die before marriage
The poor of Holton Beckering: £ 30
His wife, if his children die: All his estate in lands for life and after her death to his brother Robert Caldecott
To be buried at Holton Beckering
Executrix: his wife
Supervisors: his father Mr. Laurence Stamford, Mr. William Stowe and Mr. William Stamford
Will dated 6 April 1677, proved 6 June 1677, Lincoln Consistory Court, Wm. Stow surrogate to William Howel vicar general, official principal, bishop's commissary for the whole diocese and the archdeaconry of Lincoln
Endorsed in pencil: Lincoln city.

Miscellaneous Lincolnshire deeds  Hill 1/7  1620-1689

Contents:
Note: Hill 1/7/2 and 3 seem to be related deeds.

Deed to lead to the uses of a fine  Hill 1/7/1  6 Nov 1620

Signed Thomas Sharpe and Thomas Handley, seals lost

Contents:
Parties: William Snell the elder of Thorpe on the Hill yeoman and Thomas Sharpe of Barnby co. Nottingham yeoman and Thomas Hanley of Coleby yeoman
Property: The messuage in Thorpe on the Hill in the occupation of Henry Crawshay, 1 barn called the upper house, 1 orchard, 1 hemp yard or croft adjoining the messuage and barn, ½ a "ponde" lying to the south and commons proportionable for 4 oxgangs of land meadow and pasture in the fields of Thorpe and of South Hykeham as other inhabitants of Thorpe have
Also 4 parts of one 6 th part in ten parts to be divided of all commons, chief rents and royalties in Thorpe and all lands meadows and pastures mentioned in an annexed schedule. (This schedule is no longer attached but is missing)
The uses: To William Snell for life and after his death to Richard Snell and the heirs of his body and for default of such heirs to Thomas Snell another of the sons of William and the heirs of his body and for default to William Snell's right heirs
Endorsed: In pencil, Thorpe on the Hill, Lincs. suburb of Lincoln city.

Copy, final concord  Hill 1/7/2  9 June 1623

Contents:
Parties: Ralph Cotgrave gent. and William Marshall gent plaintiffs and Frances Wray widow and Christopher W ray esq. deforciants
Property: The manors of Ashby cum Fenby, Barnoldby, Grainsby, Humberstone, Radcliffe in Ashby cum Fenby, Grainthorpe, Brigsley and Waith, the site of the dissolved monastery of Barlings, 40 messuages, 40 cottages 4 dovecotes, 8 gardens, 8 orchards, 1,400 a. of land, 60 a. of meadow, 1,542 a. of pasture, 200 a. of wood, 200 a. of fresh marsh, 40 s. rent in Ashby cum Fenby, Barnoldby, Grainsby, Humberstone, Bradley, Barlings, Bullington, Stainton, Reepham, Fiskerton, Grainthorpe, Brigsley, Waitheand Marsh Chapel, the rectory and advowson of Waithe and the advowson of Grainsby
Consideration: £ 1,600
Has a note of the proclamations made
Endorsed: Examined with the records taken out of the Temple church at the fine office 17 Febr. 1702
On stamped paper.

Articles of agreement concerning the division and payment of charges upon a property  Hill 1/7/3  8 May 1689

Contents:
Parties: Joseph Wells of Hungerford Berks. clerk, Robert Hodgson of Stainton by Langworth gent. and Robert Caldecot of the city of Lincoln gent. ( on behalf of Edward Briggs of Clerkenwall gent. and Anne his wife )
Property: The estate of Robert Marshall late of Fiskerton esq. which came equally to the parties upon his decease and now set out on attached schedules as follows :
The middle part to Mr. Joseph Wells :
One close, Greens little walke, 16 a. adjoining Reepham field
One close, east part of moor furs, 12 a., newly divided
Another close, east part of moor furs 8 a.
Another close, mill close 11 a.
1 little close with the mill hill 3 a. east part of Gulstons plat of 11 a., joining on east to mill lane
Gulstons close of 4 a.
Little Englands 4 a.
East meers with the pondyard, adjoining church yard 12 a.
Fenn bars of 18 a.
Fen called Stells fenn 8 a. with 2 gates in cottagers fen
Little cowing of 9 a.
Hither underwoods of 7 a.
Anotherpart of underwoods 5 a., another part of underwoods 10 a.
1 piece of thack grounds called Bilton's piece, 1 other piece adjoining, with the fishing adjoining to shoe booth and the middle reed bush
1 farmhouse with a yard, 1 house and yard in occupation Robert Coney, 1 house and yard in occupation William Lawton
The western part in occupation Mr. Robert Hodgson:
1 close called Harphams close of 14 a.
Great Harphams close of 19 a.
3 other closes west rills of 23 a.
Little harden close of 5 a.
1 house with 3 closes called thorntree hill closes
1 bottom close belonging to them, 1 other bottom
Close called Caldecots moor
1 piece of thack ground called sandhills the fishing called sandhill fishing
1 other piece of thack ground called Huggin hole
1 red busk ( sic.? for reed bush) called sandhill busk
1 other red busk called church busk, 1 farm house and yard in occupation Thomas Thickston
1 other house in occupation Joseph Bray ,
1 other house and yard with a little piece of
Low ground called oysier bank
The east part to Mr. Edward Briggs and Anne his wife:
Cottagers platt of 5 a.,2 Holton platts of 17 a.
Toppers close of 4 a., Greens walke of 28 a.
3 closes called East rutsike closes adjoining Reepham field, 23 a.
One house and yard in the moores with 2 small bottom closes, with 2 other closes in the high moore of 34 a.
1 close in the low moor of 8 a.
1 house and 1 close of 5 a.
Harphams close of 15 a.
Gileats close of 9 a.
5½ gates in the cottagers moor
1 close in underwoods of 9 a., another close in underwoods of 9 a.
1 piece and another little piece being the farthest part of the east thack grounds
1 piece of thack ground called shoe booth hill with the fishing from the shoe booth to the middle of the farr underwoods
1 reed bush next to the abovesaid shoe booth
1 farm house and yard in occupation John Holdsworth junior
1 other cottage and yard called Becks house
Three little lands in Reepham east field
Note: Some additional details of bounds and occupations are given. Acreage has been noted where given
Consideration: the 3 parties to surrender to one another in the manor court their separate portions, to bear proportionate cost of all suits, to pay equal shares of a charge of £ 16 per annum for life of Mrs.Wooer of Grainsthorpe widow, to pay an equal part in any mortgage made by Robert Marshall, Joseph Wells out of his part to pay 30 s. to poor widows of Fiskerton allowed by Robert Marshall
Outrents to be apportioned equally between them, they to pay equal shares of the charges of the militia
Signed and sealed by the three parties, seals conventional designs.

Chirograph notification of obligation  HILL 2  [?Early 14th century]


Related information: [MISC Dep 210]

Contents:
Parties: The prior and convent of Sempringham with the consent of the lord Philip Master of the Order to Master Robert Luteril rector of Irnham church and his heirs
Obligation: To support three chaplains celebrating divine service for his soul, the souls of his father, mother all his related ancestors and successors and the souls of all faithful christians, to do as follows :
I. 1 A secular chaplain to celebrate continually as above in the parish church of St. Andrew of Irnham to be presented by Master Robert while he lives and in future by his heirs or assigns
2 A secular or regular chaplain to celebrate continually as above in the chapel of St. Mary situated in the manor of Stamford which they have by the gift of Master Robert
3 A chaplain to celebrate continually the mass of the blessed Mary in the conventual church of Sempringham in her perpetual memory as is due, solelnmly with pious chant
The above duties are undertaken in return for the lands and tenements granted to the convent by master Robert Luteril in Ketton, Cottesmore and Casterton co.Rutland and in Stamford co. Lincoln
II To strengthen the convent by supporting a scholar studying the holy writ and philosophy at suitable times at Stamford, in return for many benefices conferred on the prior and convent of Sempringham by Master Robert Luteril
III To place themselves under the jurisdiction of the bishop of Lincoln for the time being concerning any suit or complaint of non-fulfilment by the heirs of Master Robert or the rectors of Irnham
IV To pay £ 20 a year to the alms of the bishop of Lincoln £ 10 at mid lent and £ 10 at Whitsun for any default in the above
Seal The seal of Philip Master of the Order and the seal of Sempringham chapter are said to have been appended, also the seal of John bishop of Lincoln, but all are now lost. There are two slits for seal tags. The deed is stated to have been registered in the registry of the bishop of Lincoln
Witnesses the lords Robert de Fligisthorp, Philip de Paunton, Theobald de Nevyle, John de Folevyle, Roger de Mortayn, Radulf de Sancto Laudo Geoffrey de Brunne (Bourne), knights, William Juvene of Billisfeud (Bitchfield) William de Blaunkneye, of Kysby, Geoffrey Carpentar of Corby, Robert Super Montem of Lavington, Hugh son of Edde of Irnham
Undated
Endorsements 1 Convencio inter priorem et capitulum de Sempringham et dominum super can tariam trium capellanorum pro defunctis (contemporary)
2 Irnham A grant to Robert Lutterill by the abbot of Sempringham for him to have 3 chaplains one at Irnham an other at Sempringham and the third at Stamford and to maintain scollers at Stamford to larne divinitie and phylosoph ther uppon lands given to the said abby in Ketton and other places in Rutland the yr by the said Robert Lutterill without daytt (early 17 th c.)
Note on dating :
In Francis Peck's Antiquarian Annals of Stamford, London 1727, pp.50-2, is given a translation of both this document and the episcopal licence which preceded it taken from Bishop Dalderby's register, (Lincoln Episcopal Register 2 fol. 8 verso) which shows the licence being dated 11 Nov. 1303, and the obligation by the prior and convent of Sempringham (separated from it in the register only by the entry of an institution to Ingoldmells dated 25 Nov. 1303) itself again undated. The position of this entry suggests a date shortly after 25 Nov. 1303. Although this document has a modern endorsement Edward III and a slip of paper accompanying it ? 1340, this entry in the register indicates its approximate date. It could not in any case be later than 30 Oct.1315, the date of a royal writ issued after the death of Master Robert de Lutterill, also entered in the bishop's register (Lincoln Episcopal Register 2 fol. 57 verso)
Note on provenance: This document was received by Dr.J.W.F.Hill from Bernard Halliday bookseller, 1 King Richard's Road, Leicester, on 21 Feb. 1939.
Counterpart of the above chirograph: In the Catalogue of the Andre de Coppet collections part IV, Sotheby and Co. 1955 p. 43, lot 928 is as follows :
928 Lincolnshire. Charter of the Prior and Convent of Sempringham recording their obligations to Robert Luterel, rector of Irnham, viz. to maintain three chaplains to pray for his soul in the parish church of St. Andrew in Irnham, in the chapel of the blessed Mary in Stamford and in the conventual church of Sempringham respectively to maintain a scholar at Stamford in Holy Writ and Philosophy etc. on vellum, text slightly defective (late 13 c.).

Lincoln Grammar School  HILL 3  1574-1850

Deed of feoffment of the Grey Friars  HILL 3/1  18 December 1574

Contents:
Parties: Robert Monson one of the Justices of the Common Bench to Thomas Hanson and others, Mayor and Aldermen of Lincoln.
Property: The Graie Freers to be held for the uses set forth in an indenture of even date.
Witness of livery of seizin: witnessed by Wy. Saunderson schoolemayster, Edward Houlden, John Younglove, Martin Houlden, Robert Tirwhit, Robert Saunderson, Thomas Mounford, William Caules, Charles Butler, Tristram Tirwhitt, William Coskett, Nycolas Saunderson.

Indenture of Fine  HILL 3/2  1576

Contents:
Parties: The Mayor and Aldermen of Lincoln and Robert Monson and his wife and George Monson.
Property: a messuage, orchard and 4 acres of pasture in the parish of St. Swithin and a water-course.
Easter term.

Indenture of Agreement for the union of the two Grammar Schools in Lincoln  HILL 3/3  18 January 1583

Partly eaten

Contents:
Parties: the Right Reverend Father in God Thomas Bishop of Lincoln of the 1st part., The Dean and Chapter of Lincoln of the second part and the Mayor, Sheriff and commonalty of the city of Lincoln of the 3rd part.
Terms: a) the Mayor, Sheriff and Commonalty agree that the Dean and Chapter shall choose the school master when a vacancy arises who must be an M.A. and a Continuer in one of the Universities and able to teach Greek and Latin.
b) The Mayor of the City, the Recorder and five ancient aldermen who have been mayors, or the greater part of them are to choose the usher when a vacancy arises who must be able to teach Latin and Greek.
c) The Dean and Chapter shall pay the school-master £20 p.a. in 4 equal portions.
d) The Mayor, Sheriff and Commonalty shall pay the schoolmaster £20 p.a. (£6 13/4d. four times each year) towards the increase of his stipend and £13 6/8d. to the Usher in 4 equal portions each year.
e) That the schoolhouse shall remain on the site of the late Grey Friers unless otherwise desired by the Dean and Chapter and the Mayor, Sheriff and Commonalty).
f) That the Mayor, Sheriff and Commonalty shall repair the schoolhouse whenever repairs are needed.
g) That the Rev. Father in God, Thomas Bishop of Lincoln and his successors shall not allow another Grammar School to be kept in the City.
h) On their entry the children are to pay 5d. to the usher and when moved up to the master or if at their 1st entry they are under the master they shall pay 1/- to the schoolmaster and no other payment is to be given unless the parents desire to do so.
i) That the Dean and Chapter, the Mayor, Sheriff and Commonalty shall visit the school twice yearly and reform and redress any faults on the schoolmaster's behalf and the same to apply to the usher.

Attested copy of agreement  HILL 3/4  nd

Contents:
(As in HILL 3/3).

Copy of agreement  HILL 3/5  nd

Contents:
(As in HILL 3/3).

Copy of parliamentary survey  HILL 3/6  12 December 1650

Contents:
Of the £20p.a. allowed by the Dean and Chapter for the maintenance of the master for a Free School, payable out of property in the parishes of St. Margaret, St. Mary Magdalene, St. Paul and Nicholas in Eastgate.
Signed by: Tho: Boughton, Robt. Richardson and John Darker, surveyors.
[This is a portion of the Parliamentary Survey of the Deanery].

Petition  HILL 3/7  1651

Contents:
Of the mayor, aldermen and burgesses of the City of Lincoln, to the Hon. Committee for removing obstructions, stating that the houses from which £20 p.a. was raised for the maintenance of the school master have been sold by the trustees appointed for sale of Dean and Chapter lands and no payment has been made to the schoolmaster for maintenance. The petition suggests that the farm at Thorpe le Fallows belonging to the Dean and Chapter of the yearly value of c. £20 should be paid to the schoolmaster of the Free School.

Copy of order of the Committee of Parliament  HILL 3/8  13 February 1651

Contents:
For removing obstruction in the sale of Dean and Chapter's land, agreeing to the suggestion offered in HILL 3/7.

Order issued by the Trustees for maintenance of Ministers  HILL 3/9  9 July 1652

Contents:
John Robinson, Receiver, is to pay to Mr. Nathaniel Clarke, Schoolmaster of the Grammar School of Lincoln £20 p.a. in ¼ly payments.
Signed: John Thorowgood, Willm Steele, Richard Yong, Jo: Pocock, Nic: Martyn.

Orders to be observed in the Grammar School  HILL 3/10  1684

Contents:
Made upon the advice and consent of the visitors at their visitation begun 8 April to 14 April, 1684.
1) The master and usher are to instruct all the boys in the principles of Christian Religion and to teach them the Catechism.
2) The master or usher shall publicly every day read the morning and evening service appointed by the book of common prayer.
3) If the mayor and aldermen will allocate places for the master, usher and scholars in St. Peter's Church, they are to go every Lord's day, accompanied by either the master or the usher, who is to see that the boys behave properly.
4) School hours are to be: 7a.m. from 10 October to 10 February and at 6a.m. for the rest of the year unless the master has good cause to dispense with the time. Upon arrival roll is to be called by the master and in his absence by the usher and an enquiry is to be made into the absence of any boy.
5) The Master and Usher are to endeavor to cure the boys of their mischievous habits.
6) Since the number of boys in the upper and lower school differ so (15 in the upper and between 40 and 50 in the lower) the master is to divide the number equally between upper and lower school.
7) After Michaelmas or Lady Day the Master is to remove enough boys into the upper school, according to the increase of scholars and according to their knowledge.

Copy of HILL 3/10  HILL 3/11  nd

New Scheme of the Charity Schools  HILL 3/12  c1710

Contents:
As settled by the trustees for 3 years ending at Midsummer, 1713.
1. 15/ - To be allowed to the mistresses for each child they teach to read.
2. The schools shall hold 30.
3. Orders relating to Charity Schools shall remain in force until altered by the Trustees.
4. Mr. Booth and Mr. Stanley to visit Mrs. Glosse's School.
Mr. Garmston and Mr. Mason to visit Mrs. Leightonhouse's school.
Mr. Debia and Mr. Flintoft to visit Mrs. Newman's and Mrs. Gifford's schools.
5. Visitors to go to their respective schools at least once a week and enquiry into their proficiency in reading etc., and to report at their monthly meetings to be held the first Thursday in every month, at the house of the Dean of Lincoln.
6. At the monthly meetings the visitors are to produce their school's bills.
7. In cases of misdemeanour on the part of the mistresses they are to be reprimanded and if they are obstinate they are to be expelled from further teaching in any of the Charity Schools.
8. In the case of vacancies the visitors are to recommend one or more widows of clergymen to the trustees who are then to choose a successor.

Notes  HILL 3/13  25 January 1732

Contents:
Interpreting three of the existing orders.

Articles of enquiry  HILL 3/14  1732

Contents:
At the Visitation of the Free School of Lincoln on the behalf of the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln and the Mayor, Aldermen and the City of Lincoln visitors, exhibited 13 December, 1732.
1. Are the master and usher careful to instruct the boys in the principles of Christian religion?
2. Do the master and usher publicly read the prayers in morning and evening?
3. Have the mayor and aldermen appointed a suitable place for the master and usher and scholars to hear divine services and sermons in St. Peters Church?
4. What diligence have the master and usher performed in their various offices?
5. Do the master and usher prevent mischief?
6. Do the master and usher proportion the number of boys in upper and lower school according to the order?
7. Have the rest of the orders been observed by the master and usher?
8. What scholars are fitted for University?
9. Have they encouraged the scholars by gentle allurements or otherwise?
10. If the usher has been defective in his office has the master advised him to a better course of behaviour and method in teaching and has the usher been obedient?
11. What money do the master and usher usually take from the boys on their entrance to the school?
12. Do the master and usher at any time refuse to teach poor men's children?
Signed: Jno: Arnold, usher.

Notes  HILL 3/15  c1732

Contents:
Concerning the enquiry in HILL 3/14 ? 1732.

Appointment of Reverend Mr. Rolt of Caistor as master of the Free School of Lincoln  HILL 3/16  31 August 1742

Contents:
He has been chosen as upper master of the school.
Signed: Thos: Well, Mayor, Thos. Vivian, Recorder, Jno: Cook, Aldm, Robt. Obbinson, Alderm, A. Ward, Jno., Wetherall.

Election of William White  HILL 3/17  26 June 1746

Contents:
As usher or under school master of the Grammar School on the resignation of George Skelton, B.A.
Signed: Geo. Brown, mayor, Robt. Obbinson, A. Ward, W. Rayner.

Orders  HILL 3/18  28 September 1757

Contents:
(As in HILL 3/10) relating to the Grammar School.

Election of John Wilson  HILL 3/19  22 July 1783

Contents:
As usher of the Grammar School on the resignation of Thomas Craster.
Signed: Thos. Footer mayor, Robt. Thickston, Geo: Gibson, John Brown.

List of holidays  HILL 3/20  1802

Contents:
Agreed upon at a meeting of the visitors of the Free Grammar School, held at the Guildhall on 14th October, 1802.

Deed for modifying the constitution and discipline of the Lincoln Grammar School  HILL 3/21  8 November 1850

Signature and seal of John Kaye, Bp. of Lincoln.

Contents:
Parties: The Right Worshipful John Gifford Ward, clerk, M.A., Dean of Lincoln and the chapter of the 1st part, The Right Reverend John, Bishop of Lincoln of the 2nd part and The Corporation of the Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens of Lincoln, of the 3rd part.
1. Branches of learning now to include French language, mathematics, algebra, arithmetic (including Bookkeeping), General English Literature and Composition, sacred and profane history, geography, the use of the Globes, Reading and writing and such other arts, sciences etc., as the Dean and Chapter and visitors direct.
2. The Headmaster, shall, at the time of his admission be at least a B.A. of the university of Oxford, Cambridge or Durham and a clergyman of the Church of England.
3. The Headmaster shall appoint usher and any other teacher necessary.
4. Headmaster to receive salaries from the Dean and Chapter and Corporation.
5. The Dean and Chapter to add to the stipend of £25 from £30 to £60 according to the number of scholars.
6. Corporation to continue payment.
7. The usher and other teachers engaged by the Headmaster to be able to instruct the boys in the additional subject mentioned in clause 1.
8. The Corporation to pay the Headmaster an additional allowance of £20 for the 1st year and after the 1st year of £30 to £50 p.a. according to the number of day scholars.
9. Headmaster shall have use and occupy the messuage gardens, yards outbuildings etc., late in the occupation of The Reverend James Adcock (late master of the school).
10. The boys are to be instructed by the head master and usher in religious duties etc.,
11. Dean and Chapter have power to visit the school and enquire into the conduct of the Headmaster and usher and teachers in the management of the school.
12. Before appointments are made the vacancy is to be advertised in one or more of the local papers.
13. Appointment of headmaster falls to the Dean and Chapter.

Miscellaneous  HILL 4  1651-1745

Receipt  HILL 4/1  22 November 1651

Contents:
Sir Robert Thorold of Harrowby, Kt., and Baronet, acknowledges the receipt of £2140 from Mr. William Thornton, of Grantham, gent., (purchase money for closes, land, meadows, pastures, hereditaments, premises situate in Londonthorpe and Towthorpe conveyed by him to William Thornton).
Signature and seal: Robert Thorold.

Receipt  HILL 4/2  6 November 1657

Contents:
William Thornton of Grantham, gent., acknowledges the receipt of £2140 from William Bury of Grantham, Esq., (purchase money for lands in Londonthorpe).
Signed: William Thornton.

Exemplification of a common recovery  HILL 4/3  12 February 1692

Fragments of seal. Engraving of King William & Queen Mary.

Contents:
John Hussey, Esq., demandant against Richard Middlemore, Esq.,
Property: 2 messuages, 4 gardens, 26 acres of land, 50 acres of meadow, 50 acres of pasture in Londonthorpe, Towthorpe, Belton by Grantham, and Manthorpe.

Indentures of release  HILL 4/4  31 October 1745

Signatures and seals: William Wright, Jane Wright.

Contents:
Parties: William Wright of Kirton Holme in the parish of Kirton Holland, grazier and Jane his wife (who was daughter and devisee named in the last will of John Boyes late of the City of Lincoln, yeoman, deceased) of the one part and Richard Bullen of the City of Lincoln, common brewer of the other part.
Property: messuage or tenement in Lincoln, adjoining the East End of John Boyes' dwelling house and then in the tenure of John Banaster together with the warehouse and appurtenances belonging.
Consideration: £56.

Copy, marriage settlement  HILL 5  14 January 1609

Paper, 24 sheets.


Related information: c.f. Hill 4.
c.f. A.R. Maddison Lincolnshire Pedigrees, Bury of Grantham. This pedigree does not give the name of Gilbert's wife but shows that his descendants appeared to inherit and continue at Linwood Grange.

Contents:
Parties: Sir William Bury of Linwood in the parish of Blankney kt., John White of Cotgrave co. Nottingham, Esq., William Spencer of Attercliffe co. York, gent., John Cart of Dronfield co. Derby, clerk, Gervas Hardstaffe of Attercliffe gent., and Mathew Bloome of Attercliffe clerk, Gilbert Bury, third son of Sir Wm. and Mary Hodgkin spinster niece of John Cart.
Property: capital messuage, grange, tenement, sheep walks pastures and feeding for sheep in Linwood in Blankney parish, the heaths and granges called Kickstead grange and Little coats or North Coats grange in Blankney, Metheringham and Dunston now or late in occupation Sir William Bury and William Turfit and all other appurtenances to the above.
Closes of meadow called the headings of 22 acres, Arable meadow or pasture known as West fields of 160a.
The more pasture of 92a.
Pasture grounds etc. called Willow dale of 20a.
Pasture grounds called Brakens of 30a.
Meadows called Square close meadow of 26A
Meadows called Cock close of 14a.
Meadow grounds called Pond closes of 40a.
Lands and ground called Court garth meadow and coppice of 4 acres.
Meadows and grounds called Crabtree close of 18a.
Meadow ground called great Cracroft meadow of 10a.
Arable and meadow called Conni clappers of 14a.
Meadow known as breadribs close of 8a.
Pasture ground called pitcher yard pasture of 6 acres.
Meadow called high wood meadow of 10a.
Meadow ground adjoining called the two low wood meadows, of 8a.
Two little closes of meadow adjoining of 3 acres.
Meadow ground called Great Scarnam of 12a.
Pasture ground called Little Scarnam of 3 acres.
Close of pasture called Little Cracroft, of 4 acres.
Close of meadow called Calves Close of 3 acres.
Inclosed grounds called Fengrounds of 150 acres between Blankney and Martyn fens.
Sheep walk on Metheringham Heath for 300 sheep.
Piece of pasture ground enclosed with a wall on the heath of 8 acres.
Sheep walk on Dunston Heath for 250 sheep.
All in the towns and fields of Blankney, Metheringham and Dunston.
Close of pasture called Sheep Coat walk or close.
The said close adjoining Sheep coat walk.
These other closes adjoining.
Meadow and pasture called the Dale between pond closes and water side closes of 8½ acres.
Fretwell close of 15 acres.
Kellam closes, all in the occupation of Richard Millner.
Hermitage close of 7 acres in occupation of Richard Freckingham - in the territories of Londonthorpe and Towthorpe.
Consideration: The marriage agreed between Gilbert Bury and Mary Hodgkin, £1000 to be paid to Sir William Bury by John Carte out of £1300 the estate of Mary Hodgkin, £300 to be paid to Gilbert or securities to produce it, Lands in co. Nottingham worth £100 belonging to Mary and her heirs, natural love and affection of Sir William to his son and desire for his preferment, provision of jointure for Mary, settlement of the lands in the line and blood of Sir William, and the various uses.
Conditions: Property known as sheep coat walke and sands...... close (as above) to the use of Sir Wm. Bury till marriage, then to Mary Hodgkin for life and a jointure after her decease to Gilbert Bury for 100 years, then to the trustees for the lives of Gilbert and Mary and the survivor to support the contingent remainder, then to the use in turn of sons of their bodies, remainder to Thomas Bury brother of Gilbert and fourth son of Sir William and his male heirs, and in default to William elder son of Sir William and his male heirs, and in default to John Bury second son of Sir William and his male heirs and for default to the heirs of Sir William for ever.
Property known as Linwood Grange where Sir William now lives, and all property appurtenant, i.e. Kirkstead grange and little Coates, Grange, etc. in Blankney, Metheringham and Dunston, to trustees to the use of Sir Wm. till the marriage, then to Sir William and Dame Jane his wife for their lives after the death of the survivor then to the use of Gilbert Bury and his heirs male, and in default they are charged to the use of their daughters in £1400, then to their male heirs.
Provision about making leases for 21 years.
Said to be signed by Sir Wm. Bury, Wm. Spenser, John Carte, Matthew Bloome, Gilbert Bury and Mary Hodgkin. At the end: Vera copia, examined with the original by ? W. Pock.
Linwood still belonged to Miss Bury, White's Directory, 1856, but by 1872 was of E.G. Binks, Esq.

Bill in a cause in the Exchequer Court  HILL 6  1656

Paper. 34 sheets

Contents:
Parties: Attorney General Edmund Prideaux, Esq., on behalf of Edward lord' Gorges, Lady Jane his wife and Frances William liamson of the Inner Temple, Esq., against Montague Earl of Lindsay, Adrian Scroope, William Wise, Richard Stowe, Partride Rigdon, Richard Fisher, Symon Williamson, John Rolles, Richard Butler, John Moses, William Browne, John Stowe the elder, Thomas Kerby, Hugh Fisher, Robert Chamberlayne, John Rolles, Roger Buttery, Robert Barton, George Hauxley, Thomas Perkins, Mordicah Williamson, Humpherey Cave, John Coker the Younger, William Fisher, William Thornhill, Richard Farrer, Erasmas Dorking, Edward Tilson, William Stanley, William Barber, Thomas Bates,...... Mason, William Symer, Edward Ground, inhabitants of the manor of Gedney.
Case: To restrain the defendants from/sharing and dividing among themselves Gedney Marsh for which the plaintiffs paid fee farm rent.
Rehearsal of events: at the instigation of Sir Edward Dymoke of Kyme, a Commissioner out of the Exchquer Court a survey of 3000 acres of Salt marsh being left and deserted by the sea between the sea and the great old sea bank, which was established as belonging to the Crown, the tenants of the manor of Gedney having no right of common there, Sept. 1629.
The salt marshes adjoining the manor of Gedney, Holbeach, north and east, Sutton Marshes and the old sea bank, south west, Holbeach Marshes and the sea north east, granted by letters patent to Sir Edward Dymoke and Sir Henry Wooton, at a rent of £53 13. 4d except for 200 acres inned and embanked for a common for the inhabitants of Gedney and except a full fifth part to the Crown 23 August; 1636 grant by letters patent of the fifth part to Sir John Levingston, groom of the bedchamber, late husband of Dame Jane Gorges, in return for £55, spent by him in building a lodge at Elthon Mill Park county Kent and service to the late king, at a rent of £40 4 March, 1639/40.
Grant by deed enrolled in Chancery by Sir Edward Dymoke to trustees of Sir John Levingston his two parts of the moiety of the marsh August 1644.
Grant by Sir Henry Wooton of his "half en deale" of the marshes to Lady Jane, 11 July, 1633 (9th year of Charles) except a tenth part to Robert Parke, gent.
Grant by deed enrolled in Chancery by Sir James Levingston to Dame Jane Gorges and Francis Williamson of his part of the marhses 22 March, 1649/50.
The defendants for "divers years last past have combined to share and divide the marsh among themsleves, embanking and enclosing portions, under pretended titles from Sir Edward Dymoke, Sir Henry Wooton, and the trustees of Sir Levingston, also from Sir Peregrine Bertie and Sir Philip Landen, under colour of letters patent of King Charles I which must be void as subsequent to those granted to them under which Lord Gorges, Dame Jane and Henry Williamson claimed and had made Fraudelent estates to others. Therefore the plaintiffs as farmers, having paid over £1000 in fee farm rents, ask to be given possession. Easter Term.

A parcel of deeds  HILL 7  1820 - 1914

Contents:
Relating to property formerly 45-6 Sincil Street and Nixon's Court since demolished.
Note: nos HILL 7/22 and 23 are enrolled in Chancery and stamped Oct.Nov.1858.

Lease and release  HILL 7/1 - 2  5-6 July 1825

Signed and sealed: W. S. Nelson

Contents:
Parties: William Stephenson Nelson of the city of Lincoln cordwainer to Robert Nixon broker of the same, Peter Rook, Baker (the latter in release only)
Property: Two newly erected dwelling houses and a piece of ground adjoining 40 yards east to west, 10½ yards north to south, private carriage road west, Edward Fowler and William Fotherby north, Wm. Huddlestone east, other lands of W. S. Nelson bought of Edward Fowle and part sold to Wm. Henley south, in the parish of St. Swithin, Lincoln
Consideration: £350.

Covenant to produce deeds  HILL 7/3  13 Aug 1825

Contents:
Parties: as HILL 7/1 - 2
Property: as HILL 7/1 - 2
Signed and sealed: as HILL 7/1 - 2.

Mortgage in £200  HILL 7/4  16 Aug 1830

Signed and sealed: Robert Nixon

Contents:
Parties: Robert Nixon of the city of Lincoln broker to Frederick Burton of the same gent.
Property: As HILL 7/1 - 2 but now 8 newly erected dwellings.

Memorandum of agreement to sale  HILL 7/5  5 July 1841

On paper

Contents:
Parties: Robert Nixon clothes broker of the city of Lincoln and George Gadsby grocer and hosier
Property: 8 houses in Sincil Street known as Nixon's court
Consideration: £490.

Release  HILL 7/6  5 July 1841

Contents:
Parties: Robert Nixon, Frederick Burton, George Gadsby, and George Warner of Kensington Square co. Middlesex esq. Gadsby's trustee
Prperty: as HILL 7/1 - 2.
Consideration: £200 to Frederick Burton and £290 to Nixon.

Abstract of title, Mr. Edward Fowler to a paddock in the parish of St. Swithin  HILL 7/7  1824

Paper, 55 sheets

Contents:
Begins with a summarized extract from the marriage settlement of John Becke of the city of Lincoln apothecary and Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Nicholson: 15-16 Dec. 1719 to 30-31 July 1823
Moore, Lincoln, for perusal of Mr. Burton on behalf of Mr. Nelson.

Abstract of title of Mr. Wm. Stephenson Nelson  HILL 7/8  nd

Paper, 59 sheets

Contents:
To a piece of land in the parish of St. Swithin, city of Lincoln As HILL 7, but continued to July 1825.

Further abstract of title  HILL 7/9  c1826

Paper, 6 sheets

Contents:
Mr. W.S. Nelson to an estate in St. Swithins, city of Lincoln
1-2 July 1825 - 21 April 1826
Swan, Lincoln, for Mr. Burton's persual on behalf of Mr. Burley.

Lease and release  HILL 7/10-11  1 - 2 July 1825

Contents:
Parties: Edward Fowler of the city of Lincoln gent.
William Stephenson Nelson cordwainer and Joseph Durrance stone mason (the latter in release only)
Property: 1,382 sq. yards of land being part of a paddock now marked out, part sold to Wm. Huddleston east, part of the paddock now to be a carriage way west, Edward Fowler's coalyard and part sold to Wm. Fotherby north, part sold to John Gadsby south
Consideration: £362 15 6
Signed and sealed: Edward Fowler
Endorsement on the release that part of this property was sold by W. S. Nelson to Robert Nixon and part to Wm. Henley 6 July 1825.

Covenant to produce deeds  HILL 7/12  6 July 1825

Signed and sealed: Edward Fowler

Contents:
Parties: as in HILL 7/10
Property: as in HILL 7/10.

Mortgage for £220 and interest  HILL 7/13  20 Oct 1825

Signed and sealed: Wm. Stephenson Nelson

Contents:
Parties: W.S. Nelson to Selby Dickonson pawnbroker
Property: a plot of 528 square yards with 5 dwelling houses built on it, part of a certain paddock bounded as before.

A further charge of £50  HILL 7/14  21 Aug 1826

Signed and sealed: W.S. Nelson

Contents:
Parties: as in HILL 7/13
Property: as in HILL 7/13.

Lease and release  HILL 7/15-16  1-2 Nov 1826

Signed and sealed: Nelson, Selby Dickinson and Burton

Contents:
Parties: W.S. Nelson as before, Selby Dickonson as before, William Burley gent. of the city of Lincoln, and Frederick Burton of the same £130 to Nelson
Property: as in HILL 7/13 Consideration: £270 to Dickinson.

Copy, will of William Burley  HILL 7/17  c1835

Paper, 5 sheets

Contents:
Leaves his five tenements in St. Swithin for life to his niece Elizabeth Musgrave wife of Samuel Musgrave of Southwell co. Nottingham excise officer, after her death:
1,2 and 3 to Benjamin grandson of his brother Benjamin and the heirs of his body
4 to Eleanor wife of Francis Wilkinson and grandaughter of Benjamin Burley and the heirs of her body
5 to Martha Blackburn wife of John Blackburn sister of Eleanor Wilkinson and the heirs of her body also to Eleanor Wilkinson, 2 freehold messuages in St. Martin's parish
To Martha Hall daughter of Wm. Hall of Gainsborough waterman if still housekeeper at his death, 7 freehold messuages in St. Benedict's parish, and after her death, or if not then his housekeeper, to Benjamin Burley, also to the same his leasehold property at Stamp End
To nephew Wm. Burley, 2 leasehold closes near Dovecote Lane in St. Mary Wigford
To brother Benjamin Burley 2 leasehold closes in St. Peter at Gowts
To Elizabeth Musgrave, niece, £100
To Cornelius Burley another grandson of Benjamin, £19 19s.
To nephew Wm. Burley £19 19 s.
To George Burley son of Wm. £19 19 s.
To Frederick Burley son of Wm. £19 19 s.
To Wm. Bell son of niece Mary Bell £19 19 s.
To Martha wife of John Sharpe daughter of Mary Bell £19 19s.
To cousin Wm. Burley £19 19 s.
To cousin John Burley £19 19 s.
To cousin Elizabeth Rose widow £19 19s.
To Mary and Ann Bell children of nephew James Bell deceased £19 19s. each
To Wm. son of Wm. Hall £19 19s.
To Eleanor Burley widow of nephew Benjamin £19 19 s.
To her three children Benjamin Burley, Eleanor Wilkinson and Martha Blackburn £19 19s. each
To the trustees of Lincoln National School £1000
Household goods and any other personal or real estate to Martha Hall who is to be executrix 7 Sept 1835
Codicil that the leasehold closes are not to go to the residuary legatee if nephew Wm. Burley and brother Benjamin die but to Wm. Bell sheriff's officer son of niece Mary 30 Sept. 1835
The testator died 3 July 1836.

Certificates of parish register entries  HILL 7/18  1820-1858

Contents:
Relating to
1 Marriage of Francis Wilkinson and Eleanor Burley Lincoln St. Benedict 1820
2 Burial Eleanor Wilkinson Lincoln St. Benedict 1841
3 Baptism of her son Cornelius, Kensington 1828
4 Burial Elizabeth Musgrave, Nottingham St. Nicholas 1858
Pinned together and attested Jan. 1859.

Printed form, Inland Revenue succession duty  HILL 7/19 - 20  1861

Contents:
Martha Blackburn succeeding Elizabeth Musgrave, freehold house and garden in St. Swithin and letter requesting payment.

Succession duty form  HILL 7/21  1858

Contents:
For Benjamin Burley to Elizabeth Musgrave, 3 messuages in St. Swithin, numbers 1 - 3.

Deed for barring the entail  HILL 7/22  7 Oct 1858

Signed and sealed by both parties

Contents:
Parties: Benjamin Burley of the city of Lincoln mariner and Richard Cotton Carline gent.
Property: 3 messuages near to Nixon's court and on the east side of Sincil Street, Lincoln, nos. 1 - 3
Consideration: To be held to the use of Richard Carline to the use of Benjamin Burley to bar the entail.

Deed for barring the entail  HILL 7/23  24 Nov 1858

Signed and sealed by both parties

Contents:
Cornelius Wilkinson late of the city of Lincoln now of St.George's Terrace, Elbury Bridge, Pimlico, mariner to John Newton Whaley gent.
Property: a messuage near to Nixon's court and on the east of Sincil street, no. 4
Consideration: to bar the entail.

Declaration  HILL 7/24  21 Dec 1858

Contents:
As to his son Cornelius by the eldest surviving son of William and Elean or Wilkinson signed Francis Wilkinson.

Succession duty form  HILL 7/25  Nov 1858

Contents:
Cornelius Wilkinson succeeding Eleanor Wilkinson, messuage no.4, St. Swithin.

Receipt  HILL 7/26  11 Jan 1859

Contents:
For part of the cost of the sale from Cornelius Wilkinson to William Clarkson J.N.Whaley.

Conveyance  HILL 7/27  7 Jan 1859

Signed and sealed by all parties

Contents:
Cornelius Wilkinson to William Clarkson of the city of Lincoln general dealer and Richard Carline gent.
Property: as HILL 7/23
Consideration: £50.

Mortgage  HILL 7/28  8 June 1859

Signed and sealed by both parties

Contents:
Benjamin Burley of the city of Lincoln mariner to Wm.Clarkson
Property: as in HILL 7/22
Consideration: £150.

Conveyance  HILL 7/29  5 Nov 1859

Signed and sealed by Burley and Clarkson

Contents:
Parties: Benjamin Burley and Wm.Clarkson ,John Thomas Tweed gent.
Property: as in HILL 7/28
Consideration: the defaulting of Benjamin Burley on the mortgage and payment of another £50.

Abstract of title  HILL 7/30  1860

Paper, 16 sheets

Contents:
Of the late Wm.Clarkson to 4 freehold messuages in St.Swithin contracted to be sold to George Gadsby
21-22 Nov 1826 - 18 Dec 1858.

Succession duty form  HILL 7/31  1860

Contents:
William Clarkson on death of Pheasant Clarkson
Property: 4 cottages in Nixon's court lately sold to George Gadsby.

Receipt  HILL 7/32  1860

Contents:
For share of costs of conveyance, John Thomas Tweed to George Gadsby.

Conveyance  HILL 7/33  20 Aug 1860

Signed and sealed by all except Tweed

Contents:
Parties: James Humphrey Gibson late of the city of Lincoln now of Nottingham, Alfred Clarke Gaskin of the same labourer, Pheasant Clarkson widow, William Clarkson dealer in marine stores devisee of Wm. Clarkson, George Gadsby and John Thomas Tweed gent. all of the city of Lincoln
Property: messuages nos. 1 - 4 Burleys Row, near Sincil street
Consideration: £315.

Conveyance  HILL 7/34  2 Aug 1862

Signed and sealed by all parties

Contents:
Parties: William Blackburn formerly of the city of Lincoln now of Barton on Humber cordwainer, Martha his wife, George Gadsby and Richard Cotton Carline gent.
Property: Messuage near to Nixon's court and on east side Sincil street, no. 5
Consideration: £70
Pinned to it a certificate of examination of Martha Blackbourn 2 Aug.1862.

Copy, will of George Gadsby of the city of Lincoln gent  HILL 7/35  nd

Contents:
To Elizabeth Gadsby wife, household goods and personal estate, after her death the rents and profits of his real estate, which she is to have for life, as follows:
To son John Conolly Gadsby, house and shop he lives in with 6 tenements in Nixon's court, Sincil street
To granddaughter Caroline Gadsby, daughter of second son George, house and premises in his own occupation and 2 houses in occupation Rebecca Hazleby and Ann Fish in Jobbers Square and Friars Lane
Anne, widow of his third son William, for life, house in occupation John Mills and David Sharp in High Street St. Botolph and 5 houses in Gadsby Row in same parish
To granddaughter Louisa Asman, daughter of his daughter Louisa, house in Jobbers Square and tenement in Friars Lane
To granddaughter Ann Elizabeth Asman, daughter of his daughter Louisa, the house occupied by Mary Drawcock, Jobbers Square and tenement in Friars Lane
To daughter Ann Newbold for life and then to her children the house and shop in the High Street St. Botolph and 5 tenements in Gadsby's Row in the same parish
To son Henry Gadsby, a shop in Sincil street and 4 tenements in Gadsby's Court and 2 tenements in Blind lane, Waddington
To son Edward Gadsby, the house and shop in occupation and other tenements in Boerwood street Northampton
To grandchildren Jenney, George and Tom Ellis children of daughter Betsy Eillis, 6 houses in Gadsby's court in St. Swithin
To son James Gadsby, the house and shop in Sincil street city of Lincoln and 5 houses known as Burley's houses in Nixon's court, Sincil street
Trustees W. Battle Maltby druggist and Joseph Maltby druggist with his wife Elizabeth Gadsby executors
6 Jan.1869
Codicils, because of the death of his grandduaghter Ann Eliz. Asman, property devised to her to go to her sister
28 Oct.1872
Because of death of Wm. Battle Maltby druggist and his brother's unwillingness to act, new trustees John Conolly Gadsby of Sincil Street and his son Henry Gadsby of Lincoln St. Martin cordwainer and cutler
4 Jan.1878
Because of the death of his son James, property devised to him to go to his widow and children as long as she does not re-marry or for life, afterwards to grandsons James Arthur Gadsby, William Sisley Gadsby and Edgley Percy Gadsby
28 Feb.1878
Copy undated.

Four succession duty forms  HILL 7/36  1872

Contents:
Pinned together not apparently belonging to this series, for Sarah Horner on death of Elizabeth Watson, Elizabeth Taylor on the same, and Mary Watson on the same, Samuel Horner on the same.

Succession duty form, James Conolly Gadsby  HILL 7/37  1887

Contents:
Property: house and shop being no. 46 Sincil street in his occupation and 5 tenements in Nixon's court lying in the rear of the above.

Succession duty form, James Arthur Gadsby  HILL 7/38  1887

Contents:
Property: house and shop no. 45 Sincil street.

Succession duty form, Edgar Percy Gadsby  HILL 7/39  1887

Contents:
Property: as in HILL 7/38.

Succession duty form, Walter Leslie Gadsby  HILL 7/40  1887

Contents:
Property: as in HILL 7/38.

Covenant to produce title deeds  HILL 7/41  20 Oct 1887

Signed and sealed: J.C. Gadsby

Contents:
Parties: J.C.Gadsby to J.A., W.L. and E.P. Gadsby
Property: a messuage in Sincil street.

Mortgage  HILL 7/42  21 Nov 1887

Signed and sealed James Arthur Gadsby

Contents:
Parties: James Arthur Gadsby of the city of Lincoln mercantile clerk, Emma Edman of Eastbourne, Sussex, spinster
Property: One undivided third part of a shop no. 45 Sincil street and also of 5 dwelling houses known as Burley's houses lying to the south situated in Nixon's court
Consideration: £130
Endorsed with a re-conveyance, after payment of the principal and interest, signed and sealed Emma Edman, 13 Aug.1902.

Memorandum of agreement to purchase  HILL 7/43  2 March 1889

Contents:
Parties: James Arthur Gadsby and Walter Leslie Gadsby
Property: as in HILL 7/42
Consideration: £180 of which W.L.G. deposits £20, signed over a 6 d stamp, James Arthur Gadsby.

Mortgage  HILL 7/44  1889, 1899

Signed and sealed by all parties

Contents:
Parties: John Connolly Gadsby late of the city of Lincoln, now of Navenby, retired tailor, and George Logsdail of the city of Lincoln cathedral verger, Peter Platts Dickinson auctioneer and Henry Alfred Cottingham druggist
Property: The shop being no. 46 Sincil Street late in J.C. Gadsby's occupation and 5 tenements in Nixon's court lying in the rear of the same, also another tenement at the east end of Nixon's court
Consideration: £180 and interest
5 April 1889
Receipt for the money intended to be secured by the deed by the trustees of the Russell Lodge Benevolent Fund signed by Logsdailex trustee, Bickmore, Cottingham and John Thornhill trustees, H. Whitmore secretary
6 Sept. 1899.

Conveyance  HILL 7/45  29 Oct 1889

Contents:
Parties: James Arthur Gadsby of the city of Lincoln accountant and Walter Leslie Gadsby solicitor's clerk
Property: as HILL 7/42
Consideration: £180
Pinned to this deed a note about the consideration money part of which was on a mortgage and about the proposed sale to Mr. J. Mills.

Draft of HILL 7/45  HILL 7/46  nd

Mortgage  HILL 7/47  21 Nov 1889

Signed and sealed: Walter Leslie Gadsby

Contents:
Parties: Walter Leslie Gadsby to Samuel Kirk of Welton farm foreman
Property: Two thirds share in the property as in HILL 7/42
Consideration: £30
Endorsement of re-conveyance, on payment of £30, 14 Oct.1892.

Conveyance  HILL 7/48  31 Dec 1893

Signed and sealed: Edgar Percy Gadsby

Contents:
Parties: Edgar Percy Gadsby and W.L. Gadsby
Property: An undivided third part of the property as in HILL 7/42
Consideration: £155
A witness signing New Angledool, New South Wales.

Mortgage  HILL 7/49  27 Nov 1902

Signed and sealed J.C. Gadsby

Contents:
Parties: John Conolly Gadsby of Navenby gent. a member of the Society and the Sovereign (Lincoln) Permanent Building Society
Property: as in HILL 7/44
Consideration: £400 and interest
Endorsement acknowledging on behalf of the society of the receipt of the amount mentioned, signed Richard Whitton and John W. Ruddock directors and Wm. Dixon secretary.

Conveyance  HILL 7/50  5 Sept 1902

Signed and sealed: W.L. Gadsby

Contents:
Parties: Walter Leslie Gadsby merchant's clerk and John Conolly Gadsby and Ellen his wife
Property: the whole of the property as in HILL 7/42 except the cottages described as 1 - 5 Nixon's court, sometimes known as Burley's cottages
Consideration: £700.

Abstract of title  HILL 7/51  1869-1902

Paper, 9 sheets

Contents:
Of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Gadsby to no. 45 Sincil street and 5 messuages in Nixon's court.

Abstract of title  HILL 7/52  1869-1902

Paper, 5 sheets

Contents:
Mr. J.C. Gadby to no. 46 Sincil street and 6 messuages in Nixon's court.

Receipt  HILL 7/53  27 Nov 1902

Contents:
To J. Mills builder for £334 redemption money on J.C. Gadsby's mortgage with the Sovereign Permanent Building Society.

Receipted account  HILL 7/54  4 Dec 1902

Contents:
For charges, £15 2 s., of Andrew and Thompson on the conveyance of 13 freehold messuages in Sincil street and Nixon's court purchased for £1500.

Agreement for purchase and sale  HILL 7/55  11 Nov 1892

Signed and sealed over 6 d stamps, J.C. Gadsby and John Mills

Contents:
Parties: John Conolly Gadsby and John Mills of 2 West Parade
Property: 45 and 46 Sincil street and 6 cottages in Nixon's court and 5 cottages in Burley's court
Consideration: £1500 of which £100 deposited.

Valuation of perperty belonging to Mr. Solomon Mills  HILL 7/55a  28 Aug 1914

Contents:
nos. 1-6 Nixon's court, 1-5 Burley's Row, 45-46 Sincil street
Valued at £1500
G.V. Rainforth licenced valuer.

Label from former parcel, Gadsby deceased. deeds relating to property in Sincil street  HILL 7/56  nd

Contents:
On the outside of the parcel: Mr. Solomon Mills title deeds, relating to thirteen freehold houses situated in Sincil street and Nixon's court in the city of Lincoln
Andrew Race Hill and Mason, Lincoln.

Title to leasehold property in the manor of North Hykeham  HILL 8  1795-1874

Contents:
[A messuage, close and 2½ beastgates in Ling Moor and half a turf dale there].

William Hopkinson husband-man of Besthorpe, Notts., surrenders to use of Rd. Hand (moiety)  HILL 8/1  20 June 1795

Rd. Hand, surrenders to the use of his will  HILL 8/2  2 June 1797

Joseph Hopkinson, yeoman of Bassingham, surrenders to use of Rd. Hand. (moiety)  HILL 8/3  2 June 1797

Copy of will of Rd. Hand: wife Mary for life and afterwards nieces and nephews Roe  HILL 8/4  9 March 1798

Thomas, Robert and William Roe and others surrender to use of John Roe (six sevenths)  HILL 8/5 & 6  1 July 1817

Copy of will of John Roe (children John, William, Robert, Elizabeth and Jane, trustee John Nesbitt  HILL 8/7  10 June 1828

Robert Roe surrenders to the use of his mortgagee W.C. Norton of Lincoln  HILL 8/8  8 June 1850

John Nesbitt admitted on the death of John Roe  HILL 8/9  8 June 1850

Robert Roe, admitted on the surrender of John Nesbitt  HILL 8/10  8 June 1850

Samuel Glasier admitted on the surrender of Robert Roe  HILL 8/11 & 12  1 Nov 1850, 31 May 1851

Abstract of title of the trustees of Samuel Glasier  HILL 8/13  1859

George Glasier, C. Tinley & John Foyster admitted on death of Samuel Glasier  HILL 8/14  2 June 1859

James Grubb admitted on surrender of Glasier, Tinley & Foyster  HILL 8/15  2 June 1859

Miss Ann G. Shuttleworth admitted on surrender of James Grubb  HILL 8/16  26 Nov 1874

Miscelleneous  HILL 9  1835-1904

A packet of documents relating to Lissingley  HILL 9/1  1850-1870

Particulars of sale  HILL 9/1/1  22 July 1850

Paper, 2 sheets.

Contents:
Freehold Land, Grass and Aftermath in Lissinglea (sic) parishes of Middle Rusen, Bus lingthorpe, Lissington and Linwood
Purchased by Benjamin Wass for £268.1.9 Plan of the enclosure of Lissingley, John Parkinson, valuer.

Deedpoll of conveyance  HILL 9/1/2  13 November 1850

Contents:
The Inclosure Commissioners for England (Act of 8 & 9 Vict.) to Benjamin Wass of Osgodby.
Property: 1. plot of meadow in Lissington, parcel of Lissingley field, 8a. 27p.
2. Plot of meadow in Middle Rasen, parcel of Lissingley field, 14a. 3r. 23p.
3. Plot of meadow in Middle Rasen, parcel of Lissingley field, 11a. 1r. 11p.
Consideration: £654.

Declaration  HILL 9/1/3  19 May 1851

Contents:
As to the identity of Earl Brownlow's estate in Lissingley field in Middle Rasen.
Richard Groom, auditor of the earl's estates to Benjamin Wass.

Copy of extracts  HILL 9/1/4  17 November 1851

Contents:
From the valuer's award as to Lissingley field.

Indenture of mortgage  HILL 9/1/5  28 November 1861

Contents:
Benjamin Wass to William Lancaster, farmer, of Kirmington.
Property: as in HILL 9/12 with plot no. 12 and a messuage, purchased from Earl Brownlow.
Consideration: £1500.

Indenture of reconveyance  HILL 9/1/6  24 March 1870

Contents:
William Lancaster to Thomas Wass, Middle Rasen, Thomas, and William Wass, Osgodby and Benjamin Wass, Worlaby, farmers (heirs of Benjamin Wass, senior).
Property & consideration: as in HILL 9/15.

Abstract of title  HILL 9/1/7  nd

Contents:
Of heirs of B. Wass to estate to be conveyed to Ann Wass.

Apprenticeship indentures  HILL 9/2/1-11  1876-1895

Apprenticeship Indenture  HILL 9/2/1  30 June 1876

Contents:
John Hobson, son of George, cottager, S. Carlton to Robert Kelsey, carpenter and joiner.
Term: 6 years.
Premium: £16.

Apprenticeship Indenture  HILL 9/2/2  17 May 1879

Contents:
John Brewer, son of Joseph, engine driver, Lincoln to Thomas Pilkington, painter, Lincoln.
Term: 4 years.

Apprenticeship Indenture  HILL 9/2/3  17 May 1879

Contents:
William Hare, son of William, stone mason to Thomas Pilkington plumber, glazier and painter.
Term: 6 years.

Apprenticeship Indenture  HILL 9/2/4  8 August 1882

Contents:
John William Barley, son of Robert Barley, foreman platelayer, of Tattershall to Charles Whitaker, grocer of Lincoln.

Apprenticeship Indenture  HILL 9/2/5  29 May 1885

Contents:
Fred Craves Sharpe son of John Strawson, blacksmith of Dunholme to James Walker Gambles, butcher of Priory Gate.

Apprenticeship Indenture  HILL 9/2/6  9 July 1887

Contents:
Algernon Boulton son of Edmund, school-master to J.T. Birkbeck chemist and druggist, all of the city of Lincoln.
Term: 4 years.
Premium: £30.

Apprenticeship Indenture  HILL 9/2/7  22 November 1889

Contents:
Charles Edward Allison, son of Thomas, of Newton on Trent, to William Partridge of Reepham, grocer and baker.
Term: 2 years.

Apprenticeship Indenture  HILL 9/2/8  22 February 1893

Contents:
William Grice son of William, joiner and wheelwright of Sparrow Lane to William Solomon Rogers, cabinet maker and paperhanger.
Term: 4 years.

Apprenticeship Indenture  HILL 9/2/9  26 June 1894

Contents:
William Mann, grandson of Emma Mann of Danesgate to James Rushing Cousans, organ builder and metal pipe maker.
Term: 5 years.

Apprenticeship Indenture  HILL 9/2/10  26 June 1894

Contents:
George William Owen, son of Elizabeth Owen of Westgate to J.R. Cousans, organ builder.
Term: 6 years.

Apprenticeship Indenture  HILL 9/2/11  27 April 1895

Contents:
Harry Nicholls, son of James Nicholls boiler maker to Edward Flint Penistan ironmonger, all of Lincoln.
Term: 5 years.

Letters of administration  HILL 9/2/12-16  1835-1899

Letter of administration  HILL 9/2/12  14 February 1835

Contents:
Thomas Coulson, schoolmaster of Lincoln to be administered by his father Robert Garratt Coulson.

Letter of administration  HILL 9/2/13  26 July 1882

Contents:
Christiana Brogden of Lincoln to Thomas Wm. Brogden.

Letter of administration  HILL 9/2/14  13 February 1884

Contents:
Ann Hunt of Calverton co. Nottingham to her husband J.W. Hunt.

Letter of administration  HILL 9/2/15  29 November 1898

Contents:
John Scott, farmer of Coleby to Ann his Widow.

Letter of administration  HILL 9/2/16  3 November 1899

Contents:
William Applewhite, tailor and grocer, of Branston to Sarah his widow.

Probates  HILL 9/2/17-25  1863-1900

Probate  HILL 9/2/17  6 February 1863

Contents:
William Briggs, gent., of Lincoln, 30 March, 1861. Probate 6 Feb 1863.

Probate  HILL 9/2/18  14 May 1867

Contents:
William Runton, commission agent of Hull, 3 April, 1867. Probate 14 May 1867.

Probate  HILL 9/2/19  18 August 1874

Contents:
Joseph Cunnington gent., of Lincoln, 11 February, 1865. Probate 18 Aug 1874.

Probate  HILL 9/2/20  11 March 1880

Contents:
Thomas Axtell, gent., of Lincoln, 12 November, 1879. Probate 11 Mar 1880.

Probate  HILL 9/2/21  9 July 1896

Contents:
Thomas Stiles, bricklayer of Lincoln, 9 April, 1889. Probate 9 Jul 1896.

Probate  HILL 9/2/22  17 April 1898

Contents:
Joseph Penistan, gent., of Lincoln 18 June, 1892. Probate 17 Apr 1898.

Probate  HILL 9/2/23  10 February 1899

Contents:
George Carlill engine-fitter of Lincoln, 30 March, 1875.

Probate  HILL 9/2/24  17 March 1899

Contents:
Theodosia Welton, widow of Lincoln, 7 June, 1889.

Probate  HILL 9/2/25  28 June 1900

Contents:
Walter Kilmister brushmaker of Lincoln, 18 August 1896.

Miscellaneous  HILL 9/2/26-28  1899-1904

Indenture of assignment of a business  HILL 9/2/26  1 July 1904

Contents:
As currier, leather merchant and saddler. James Isle to his son James Collinson Isle, both of Horncastle.
Consideration: an annuity of £200 to James Isle for life and of £100 to his widow if she survive him.

Indenture of mortgage  HILL 9/2/27  16 June 1890

Contents:
Maria Axtell, spinster of Lincoln to John Robert Hird, accountant, of Bardney.
Property: messuage on the North side of Portland Street, Lincoln.
Consideration: £200.

Indenture of mortgage  HILL 9/2/28  12 January 1899

Contents:
William Mansell junior, watchmaker and jeweller of Lincoln to the Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company.
Property: 2 messuages and shops at 36 and 36½ Silver street and a former solicitor's office in Clasketgate (Page and Porter).
Consideration: £1000.

Title Deeds  HILL 10  1717-1913

Contents:
Packet labelled 203 High Street, Lincoln (Public Benefit Shoe Company).

Indentures of lease and release and bond to observe covenants and final concord  HILL 10/1, 2 & 2a  1717-1718

Contents:
Sarah Sutteby widow, Charles Sutteby, barber and Mary his wife to William Dawson haberdasher of hats, all of Lincoln.
Property: messuage and two shops at the foot of the High Bridge.
Consideration: £197.4/-
9 November, 1717 and Purification 1718.

Will and probate  HILL 10/3  1733

Paper torn

Contents:
Testator: William Dawson, hatter.
Bequests: house in St. Benedict's where he lives to his wife Ann with remainder to his daughter Ann, with remainder, in equal halfs to his son William and his daughter Jane Bradshaw and her children Dawson and Catherine Bradshaw.
24th November, 1731. Probate 5 October, 1733.

Indentures of lease and release and conveyance to the uses of a fine, with bond and fines  HILL 10/4-9  1736-1737

Contents:
William Dawson upholsterer and Mary his wife to John Holmes merchant, of the parish of St. Christopher in the City of London.
Property: a moiety of a messuage and two shops in the parish of St. Benedict, tenants Samuel Loddington baker and John Heardson cordwainer, butting on the bridge east, the tenement of William Barlow upholsterer north, St. Benedict's Church Lane South.
Consideration: £88.
11 & 12 March 1736/7, and Trinity term, 1737.

Indentures of lease and release  HILL 10/10 & 11  18 and 19 September 1740

Contents:
John Holmes to Timothy Ward of St. Mary, alderman of Lincoln and John Arnold, clerk, of Burton by Lincoln.
Property: as in HILL 10/4 (now occupied by James Fowler. shoemaker.)
Consideration: £100.

Indentures of lease and release  HILL 10/12 & 13  25-26 May 1747

Contents:
Timothy Ward and John Arnold to Catherine Bradshaw spinster of Carlton le Moorland.
Property: as in HILL 10/10, occupant Robert Mossam whitesmith.
Consideration: £100.

Indentures of lease and release  HILL 10/14 & 15  27-28 December 1751

Contents:
William Derry, cabinet-maker of Newark and Catherine his wife (late Catherine Bradshaw) to John Taylor, linen draper and grocer of Lincoln.
Property: as in HILL 10/12, occupant John Taylor.
Consideration: £106.1/-.

Chirograph of a final concord  HILL 10/16  1751

Contents:
Ann Mompesson and John Taylor quer. Edward Eastland and Muriel his wife, William and Catherine Derry and Dawson Bradshaw, deforc.
Property: 2 messuages, a stable and garden in St. Peter in Eastgate and St. Benedict's parishes, Lincoln.
Trinity term.

Indentures of lease and release  HILL 10/17 & 18  2-3 April 1752

Contents:
Jane Bradshaw, widow, William and Catherine Derry and Dawson Bradshaw butcher, all of Newark to John Taylor.
Property: moiety of the messuage and shops in St. Benedict's parish.
Consideration: £106. 1/-.

Indentures of lease and release and final concords  HILL 10/19-22  1801

Contents:
William Hutchinson gent., of L. Hale and Susanna his wife (a daughter of Thomas Richardson grasier, of Scothorne, who was a devisee under the will of John Taylor to William Patrick, grocer of Lincoln.
Property: messuage in St. Benedict's with the shops, occupant William Patrick, Robert Featherby north.
Consideration: £740.
1-2 July, 1801 and Trinity term, 1801.

Indentures of lease and release  HILL 10/23  11-12 November 1829

Contents:
Matthew Patrick, gent., to Francis Bristow, grocer and Joseph Moore, gent., all of Lincoln.
Property: messuage, dwelling house and shop, occupant Francis Bristow, bounded north and west by Robert Featherby.
2. a warehouse and chamber over it occupied by Bristow bounded by Witham Bank north, the Black Goats south, High Street west and William Wrigglesworth, east.
Consideration: £2125.

Indenture of mortgage  HILL 10/24  13 November 1829

Contents:
Francis Bristow grocer to William Bartholomew gent., of Goltho and William Clay, farmer of Bardney Dairies.
Property: as in HILL 10/23.
Consideration: £1400.

Indenture of further charge  HILL 10/25  28 September 1832

Contents:
Parties and property as in HILL 10/24.
Consideration: £1400.

Indentures of lease and release  HILL 10/26  25-26 September 1837

Contents:
George Moore, gent. of Canwick and William Norton merchant of Lincoln (assignees since 1827 of the effects of Silvanus and Job Cartledge, merchants and chapmen) to Francis Bristow.
Property: 2 plots of land with a blacksmith's shop, warehouse, stable, candlehouse and shed, bounded north and west by Foss Dyke and the passage to it from St. Benedict's Lane, Trustees of the Baptist Chapel south, St. Benedict's Lane east.
Consideration: £325.

Indenture of assignment of mortgage  HILL 10/27  14 January 1842

Contents:
William Bartholomew and Ann Gray, Bristow consenting, to Elizabeth Gibbons.
Property: as in HILL 10/24.
Consideration: £1100.

Indenture of mortgage  HILL 10/28  19 July 1842

Contents:
Francis Bristow, grocer to Joseph Moore, gent., the Reverend W.G. Moore of Aslackby and Henry Moore, gent. of Redbourne.
Property: as in HILL 10/24.
Consideration: £1000.

Indenture of reconveyance  HILL 10/29  11 April 1845

Contents:
Mirza Lowe farmer and Elizabeth his wife (formerly Gibbons), Joseph, W.G. and Henry Moore to Charles Seely merchant of Lincoln and Thomas Rhodes painter of Gainsborough, trustees for Francis Bristow's will (died 6 June, 1844).
Property: as in HILL 10/28.
Consideration: repayment of £1100 to Mr. and Mrs. Lowe and £100 to the Moores.

Indenture of conveyance  HILL 10/30  15 June 1850

Contents:
Charles Seely and Thomas Rhodes to William Ross, grocer and Samuel Blow plumber, his trustee.
Property: as in HILL 10/28, occupant William Ross.
Consideration: £1650.
14th April, 1845.
Endorsed: Quitclaim of right by Rachel and Frances Bristow, daughters of Francis Bristow.

Indentures of conveyance and of covenant to produce title deeds  HILL 10/31 & 32  14 April 1845

Contents:
Parties and date as in HILL 10/30: with endorsed quitclaim as in HILL 10/30.
Property: as in HILL 10/26; occupied by William Ross and William Walker.
Consideration: £450.

Abstracts of title  HILL 10/33 & 34  1873

Contents:
To properties in St. Benedict's parish owned by Mr. William Ross Barker and Miss Mary A. Barker, (nephew and niece of William Ross, who died 11 May, 1871, children of his sister Charlotte Barker.

Particulars and conditions of sale  HILL 10/35  27 June 1873

Contents:
Of William Ross's two properties, with 5 shares in the Lincoln Corn Exchange Company. Plan of properties.

Plans  HILL 10/36  18 November 1913

Contents:
For proposed alteration of 203 High Street for Public Benefit Boot Company.
2 sheets "J.M.T."

Copy of the probate of Mrs. Isabella Staunton  HILL 10/37  nd

Contents:
Eastbourne Terrace Hyde Park.
[Daughter of Dean Gordon, mother of Elizabeth Sarah Wing, wife of Charles Wing, vicar of Foston, co. Leic.)
30 November, 1878, with two codicils of 1880 and 1888. Probate 24 March, 1892.

Miscellaneous  HILL 11  1869 - 1958

Letter book  HILL 11/1  1869-1870

Contents:
Headmaster of Christ's Hospital, Lincoln.

Lincoln and County Temperance Society and Band of Hope  HILL 11/2  1911 - 1956

Contents:
1. Lincoln Temperance Almanack, 1911.
2. Minutes, 1935-55.
3. Accounts, 1945-55.
4. Bank books, 1946-55.
5. Papers relating to the winding up 1955-6.

Particulars and conditions of sale  HILL 11/3  1958

Contents:
Swinderby and Eagle Hall estate.

Records of the First Lincolnshire Rifle Volunteer Corps  HILL 12  1859 - 1897

Minutes, rules, courts of enquiry  HILL 12/1  1859 - 1897

Minutes, rules, courts of enquiry  HILL 12/1/1  1859-1882

Minutes, rules, courts of enquiry  HILL 12/1/2  1882-1890

Minutes, rules, courts of enquiry  HILL 12/1/3  1890-1897

Scrap books with annual reports and accounts, rules, sermons, newspaper cuttings etc  HILL 12/2  1859-1874

Scrapbook  HILL 12/2/1  1859-1865

Scrapbook  HILL 12/2/2  1866-1874

Contents:
Also has report 1876 & 1885.

Muster Roll book  HILL 12/3  1859-1891


Related information: See m.f. 1/93

Contents:
Gives name, height, age, occupation, residence, business address, signature, and date of resignation or death.
Many well known Lincoln citizens included.
With note of date and resignation to a later date.

An envelope of notes made on the foregoing records. ref HILL 12/1-3  HILL 12/4  nd

Scrap books  HILL 13  c1861-1897

Scrap books of newspaper cuttings  HILL 13/1-2  1890s

Contents:
Dealing with the career of Thomas Wallis, mayor of Lincoln, 1892-3 and 1896-7.

Miscellaneous  HILL 13/3  1889-1890

Contents:
Bundle of newspaper cuttings, returns of city council meetings, dinner invitations, etc., apparently compiled by Col. John Williams.

Large scrap book  HILL 13/4  c 1861-1891

Contents:
Newspaper cuttings, returns, pamphlets etc. Some items addressed to Mr. W.G. Burcombe.
Indexed at least in part.

Deeds relating to tenements in St. Michael, Lincoln  HILL 14  1830-1843

6 Items.

Contents:
Thomas Bainbridge to Thomas Waters 1830.
Thomas Dickens to John Smith, 1831.
Copy will of John Smith, 1843.
Abstract from 1716.

A number of photograph negatives (plates) in envelopes  HILL 15  nd

Conditions of access: Not For Production

Contents:
From S. Smith photographs, The Minster Book Shop, 36 Steep Hill, Lincoln.

Papers of Col. J.G. Williams  HILL 16  c Late 19th century - early 20th century

Miscellaneous  HILL 16/1  nd

Contents:
A box of newspaper cuttings, programme, invitations, notices of Council meetings, ceremonies in connection with the S. African war, a letter from the Dean re ringing the bells for the relief of Mafeking (wanted to keep them for peace).
Standing orders of Council, Byelaws.
Printed sketch from the Lincoln Leader of the Lincolnshire Volunteers marching to the railway station, coming under the Stonebow.
W.W. Fowler, Letter from Bishop about a dinner, from Lord Brownlow about a Committee re the War in South Africa.
Sheet giving arrangement re doors etc. at Cathedral for service for Volunteers and soldiers.
Photograph of a reception or garden party - mayor and sheriff visible.
Map and brief report on layout of the new water supply in the time of the mayoralty of John W. Williams, mayor, 1900.
With these, copy, Chronicle, 28 Aug. 1885.
The Lindsey Star, 3 Feb. 1894.
In a small case: A Badge, A.M.C. Dublin, 1900.

Council papers, newspaper cuttings, invitations etc  HILL 16/2  1872 - 1893

Contents:
For the periods of the following mayoralties:
1872-3 C.L. Hughes
1873-4 Jos. Maltby
1874-5 William Battle Maltby.
1884-5 F.J. Clarke
Hugh Wyatt - Has copy of scheme for Lincoln Middle School, 1883.
1887 Hugh Wyatt again. Some photographs of the Jubilee.
1887-8 Thomas Martin.
1888-9 William Watkins.
1890-91 Edwin Pratt
1893 Thomas Walker.

Miscellaneous  HILL 16/3  nd

Contents:
Volunteers programme for North Midland Sub-District Tactical Exercise, n.d.
Photographs taken by Revd. F. Meddings, St. Andrew's Vicarage, acting Chaplain Grimsby Report of Tactical Exercise for Cyclists, Whit Monday, 1901.
Programme and invitations, Diamond Jubilee, 1897, at Lincoln.
Programme for celebration of the Royal Wedding, H.R.H. Duke of York and Princess Victoria Mary of York, 1893, at Lincoln.
Small folder of misc. newspaper cuttings. Coronation programme and City and County of Lincoln, 1911.
n.b. photographs of ex-mayors from 1843. Form of service for the Coronation at West-minster, 1911.
Photograph of Col. Williams in military uniform ? First World War period.

Title Deeds  HILL 17  1728-1883

Lincoln St. Swithins  HILL 17/1  1795 - 1857

6 Items.

Contents:
Title deeds of 6 freehold cottages and a coal yard. Bullen - (gap) - Leslie Melville, Rudgard, Foster & Ward - Taylor.

Gibbeson family  HILL 17/2  1796 - 1816

Contents:
Copies of wills and conveyances, case papers, correspondence, accounts and vouchers.

Gibbeson vs. Cawthorne, Case papers  HILL 17/2/1  1796 - 1804

c. 30 items.

Contents:
Claims for expenses incurred in Lincoln City election of 1790 when Richard Gibbeson acted as John Fenton Cawthorne's manager.

Misc. case papers  HILL 17/2/2  c 1800 - 1815

c. 40 items.

Contents:
Gibbeson vs. Clarke, Gibbeson vs. Mather, Gibbeson vs. Parker, Rex vs. Gibbeson, property tax on Red Hall, Bracebridge, Talks vs. Gibbeson, for payment for building a sloop.
Darwin vs. Gibbeson.

Baldwin vs. Gibbeson, Case papers  HILL 17/2/3  1816 - 1817

c. 25 items.

Contents:
For recovery of legal charges.

Draft settlements  HILL 17/2/4  1810-1814

9 Items.

Contents:
Marriage of Richard Gibbeson and Mary Ann Richardson.

Wills  HILL 17/2/5  nd

12 Items.

Contents:
Drafts, copies and other papers re wills of:-
Mrs. Ann Gibbeson, c. 1810.
Thomas Greaves of Lincoln, merchant, 1804. (Mrs. Gibbeson was daughter and heir of Thomas Greaves).
Richard Gibbeson of Red Hall, Bracebridge, n.d.

Lincoln properties  HILL 17/2/6  c 1804-1816

11 Items.

Contents:
Abstracts of title, draft conveyances etc.
Including:-
Abstract of title to "The Saracen's Head"
"Mr. Gibbeson's Plan of his Waterside Property".

Donington in Holland  HILL 17/2/7  c 1807-1811

25 Items.

Contents:
Copies of abstracts and conveyances of properties, late of the Palmer and Neville families, with correspondence as to title.

Miscellaneous  HILL 17/2/8  1809-1815

35 Items.

Contents:
Including correspondence between Ann Gibbeson and John Mather re purchase of wine.
Bill for wines purchased by Joseph Baldwin of Ann Gibbeson, £468/5/1½.

Heighington  HILL 17/2/9  1814

Contents:
Abstract of title and draft conveyance.

Nettleham  HILL 17/2/10  1814

Contents:
Draft conveyance, Mandervile to Gibbeson, 1814.
Draft mortgage, Gibbeson to (Blank), 1814.

Lincoln, North Hykeham, Skellingthorpe and Bardney  HILL 17/3  19th century

40 items in all.

Contents:
(Later North Hykeham and Skellingthorpe only).
Title deeds relating to:-
Spread Eagle Inn and 3 messuages adjoining in parish of St. Peter at Arches.
3 acres of land in parish of St. Peter at Gowts.
2 messuages, one of them known as Gregg Hall, in North Hykeham and c. 225 acres of land in N. Hykeham and Skellingthorpe.
Messuage, 133 acres of land, 180 acres of wood in Bardney or Bardney dairies.
1800 Left by will of Mrs. Mary Goodhand to her daughter and son in law, Mr. & Mrs. J.C. Parker.
1844 Gregg Hall estate in N. Hykeham and Skellingthorpe sold, to James Green Dixon and Wright Mason.
1857 Abstract of title of Messrs. Dixon and Mason (for sale to Theodore Trotter).
1877 (?) Schedule of deeds of Theodore Trotter's Greg Hall estate, in mortgage to Messrs. Carline and Straw.
1850-77.

Lincoln St. Swithins  HILL 17/4  1815 - 1849

11 items in all.

Contents:
Paddock (on which by 1845 messuages had been erected) at the rear of certain messuages fronting Broadgate, bounded by the Grammar School Yard on the South and West.
Bagaley - Key.
Also:- messuage, workshop, outbuildings, yard, garden and premises, bounded by Broadgate to E., premises on lease to Paddison Bagaley on N. and W., paddock on lease to John Bagaley on S.
(Plan in margin of a lease from Corporation, 1828).
Bagaley - Key.

Lincoln, St. Peter at Arches  HILL 17/5  1828 - 1833

4 Items.

Contents:
Messuage, shops and premises under the Stonebow, with detached yard and building used as a slaughter house. (Plan in margin of Corporation lease, 1833).
Andrews - Mansford, Bunyan.

Waddington  HILL 17/6  1754 - 1798

11 Items.

Contents:
Copies of title deeds relating to c. 25 acres of land near the Church Meer Road purchased by Joseph Watson, Thomas Blyth and Matthew Lilly of John Harmston of Waddington in 1798.
Brown - Harmston Blyth and Lilly - Watson.

Wragholme  HILL 17/7  1728 - 1860

Contents:
Title deeds relating to moiety of a mansion house and lands in Wragholme in the parish of Grainthorpe.
Micklethwaite - Weldale - Freeman - Bennett - Byron - Leighton - trustees - Bingham.
West - Freeman - Bennett - Byron - Leighton - trustees - Bingham.
------- - Freeman - Bennett - Byron - Leighton - trustees - Bingham.
Rose - Freeman - Bennett - Byron - Leighton - trustees - Bingham.
(N.B. after Byron's abstract of title in 1819 there are no title deeds, only subsidiary documents).

Lincoln St. Botolphs  HILL 17/8  1856-1883

7 Items.

Contents:
3 plots of building land.
Conservative Land Society - Cooling - Crook - Stevenson & Carter.
1856 Plan & conditions of sale (printed) of the St. Catherine's Estate, purchased for distribution among the members of the Conservative Land Society.

Waddington  HILL 17/9  1769-1854

17 Items.

Contents:
Toynbee - Chantry - Lilly.

Lincoln, St. Benedict's  HILL 17/10  1858-1872

c. 15 items.

Contents:
Tenements, warehouses etc. in St. Benedict's Square, sold by legatees under will of Elizabeth Houlder to William Ross.
(Include plan).

South Clifton (Notts.)  HILL 17/11  1827-1856

3 Items.

Contents:
Third Moor Close.
Farmerie - Tuxford.

Miscellaneous  HILL 17/12  nd

Contents:
Including:-
1. Will of James Bell of St. Swithin's, Lincoln, 1820.
2. Abstract of Title - William Curtais to a freehold estate.

Deeds and papers of the Massey Mainwaring family  HILL 18  1854 - 1923

Deeds and mortgages  HILL 18/1  1858 - 1906

Indenture of conveyance  HILL 18/1/1  31 March 1858

Contents:
Parties: 1) William Fitzwilliam Burton of Burton Hall, co. Carlow
2) Nicholas Were of Plymouth, Devon
3) Charles Benjamin Lee now of Richmond co. Surrey
Recites: That Commissioners in Chancery have been appointed to divide the estates of Charles Mainwaring of Coleby Hall, who died intestate 19th July 1850, between the representatives of his three sisters, i.e. W.F. Burton, C.B. Lee and Bennet Rothes Langton an infant represented by Nicholas Were his testamentary guardian.
This indenture: release to third party by first and second of their two undivided third shares in the manor of Black Monks Lincoln, the free fishery in the river Witham belonging to it and to the messuage now called Monks House, and in all messuages and lands (total 286a 2r 16p, schedule and plan annexed).
Endorsed: Notes of eight conveyances of parts of the property 1891-7.

Conveyance  HILL 18/1/2  8 May 1874

Contents:
Parties: 1) Hon. Mary Stuart Lee Mainwaring of the Old Palace, Richmond, Surrey, widow
2) Hon. William Frederick Barton Massey of the same (her son in law).
Recites: i) that Charles Benjamin Lee Mainwaring who died 8th January 1874 bequeathed his estate to his widow, subject to certain legacies,
ii) that second party has agreed to assume the additional name and the arms of Mainwaring.
This indenture: conveyance to second party of the Monks estate subject to annuity of £1,400 to the Hon. Isabel Ann Massey daughter of testator, and of bequests:-
(i) £1,000 to his said daughter,
(ii) £1,000 to C.E.F. Milman, his grandson,
(iii) £1,000 to A.S.M. Milman, his granddaughter.
Plan incorporated.

Counterpart Lease  HILL 18/1/3  5 March 1890

Contents:
Parties: 1) Hon. W.F.B.M. Mainwaring, 30 Grosvenor Place co. Middx.
2) The Mid-Lincolnshire Iron Co. Ltd.
Property: All mines, seams and beds of ironstone and iron lying beneath 21 closes containing 82a 1r 22p parcel of the estate known as The Monks Liberty.
Term: 15 years, at a rent for surface areas of double the yearly annual rental and a royalty of 8d. for every ton of iron-stone taken away from the site (higher in certain circumstances) and dead rents to total a minimum annual rent of £800.
Schedule and plan incorporated.

Copy of HILL 18/1/3  HILL 18/1/4  nd

Mortgage  HILL 18/1/5  23 January 1891

Contents:
Parties: 1) Hon. W.F.B.M. Mainwaring
2) Isabella A.M. Mainwaring his wife
3) Louisa Fischer widow and C.F. Fischer gent, both of 251 Barry Road, East Dulwich, Surrey
Property: The Monk's estate, freed from an annuity of £1,400 to second party.
Consideration: £10,558 at 5% interest.

Release  HILL 18/1/6  16 July 1891

Contents:
Legacies bequeathed under will of C.B.L. Mainwaring.

Deed of Exchange  HILL 18/1/7  28 July 1891

Contents:
Parties: 1) Hon. W.F.B. Massey Mainwaring
2) The Corporation of Lincoln
Property: Two narrow strips of land fronting Monks Road and Winn Street, totalling 310 sq. yds. for 265 sq. yds. fronting Monks Road. (Plan incorporated).

Reconveyance of mortgaged estate as in HILL 18/1/5  HILL 18/1/8  25 October 1894

Mortgage  HILL 18/1/9  26 October 1894

Contents:
Parties: 1) Hon. W.F.B. Massey Mainwaring
2) Isabella A.M. Mainwaring
3) Sir John William Ramsden bart., of Byram near Ferrybridge co. Yorks and Lt. Col. W.J.F. Ramsden of Rogerthorpe Manor near Pontefract
Property: The greater part of the Monks Estate, freed from annuity of £1,400.
Consideration: £15,000.

Mortgage  HILL 18/1/10  19 December 1894

Contents:
Parties: 1) Hon. W.F.B. Massey Mainwaring
2) Isabella A.M. Mainwaring
3) Henry Weatherall and J.H.T. Green 22 Chancery Lane, surveyors
Property: as in HILL 18/1/9
Consideration: £3,050.

Mortgage  HILL 18/1/11  4 August 1897

Contents:
Parties: 1) Hon. W.F.B. Massey Mainwaring
2) Isabella A.M. Mainwaring
3) Napoleon Thomas Cogswell of Meopham co. Kent, gent
Property: 7a 3r 38p in three fields lying south of Monks Road
Consideration: £2,000.

Mortgage  HILL 18/1/12  14 April 1899

Contents:
Parties: 1) Hon. W.F.B. Massey Mainwaring
2) Isabella A.M. Mainwaring
3) Major H.E.B. Walton, 17 Sussex Square, Brighton and A.A. Barnard of The Wilderness, East Molesey Co. Surrey
Property: as in HILL 18/1/9, other than two closes (Nos. 4 and 5) which have been conveyed to purchasers.
Consideration: £15,000 paid to Sir J.W. Ramsden and Lt. Col. W.J.F. Ramsden, £3,050 paid to H. Weatherall and J.H.T. Green, £2,000 paid to N.T. Cogswell, of which £50 was provided by mortgagor.

Transfers of mortgages HILL 18/1/9-11  HILL 18/1/13-15  nd

Mortgage  HILL 18/1/16  4 January 1900

Contents:
Parties: 1) H.E.B. Walton and A.A. Barnard
2) Hon. W.F.B. Massey Mainwaring
3) I.A. Massey Mainwaring
4) Leslie Melville of Branston Hall banker and R.J. Ward of Lincoln, solicitor
This indenture: Mortgage of Monks estate to third party for £3,000 to be paid to first party.

Transfer of mortgage  HILL 18/1/17  20 March 1900

Contents:
Parties: 1) Major H.E.B. Walton and A.A. Barnard
2) Major H.E.B. Walton, Alfred Simson, 28 St. Mary Axe, City of London merchant and Major Thomas Barnes Weston, 15 De Vere Gardens, Kensington.
Recites: That two plots of land on south east side of Nettleham Road have been sold and that £3,000 was repaid to mortgagers 4th January 1900.
This indenture: Transfer of remaining mortgage interest to second party.

Transfer of mortgage and further mortgage  HILL 18/1/18  3 May 1900

Contents:
Parties: 1) H.E.B. Walton, A. Simson and T.B. Weston
2) Hon. W.E.B. Massey-Mainwaring
3) Hon. I.A. Massey-Mainwaring
4) A.S. Leslie Melville and R.J. Ward
Recites: Indenture of 5th January 1900 between present parties by which £3,000 was paid by fourth party to first.
This indenture: Transfer of mortgage interest by first party to fourth and advance to second party of further £6,000 which with previously mentioned mortgage makes a total of £26,000.
Plan and schedule, giving land use, attached.

Mortgage agreement  HILL 18/1/19  3 May 1900

Contents:
Parties: 1) Hon. W.F.B. Massey-Mainwaring
2) Hon. I.A. Massey-Mainwaring
3) A.S. Leslie Melville and R.J. Ward
Agreement: To concur in selling off portions of the estate for sums not less than those expressed in valuation, 22nd June 1899, until the whole of the mortgage shall be extinguished.
Copy valuation of estate totalling £42,374.

Deed poll of release  HILL 18/1/20  9 February 1904

Contents:
Party: Isabella Ann Massey Mainwaring
Property: Land south east of the Nettleham Road now in process of being laid out for building (Mainwaring, Lee and Wragby Roads) to be exonerated from annuity of £1,400 bequeathed by her father.
Plan incorporated.

Further mortgage  HILL 18/1/21  30 August 1904

Contents:
Parties: 1) Hon. W.F.B. Massey-Mainwaring
2) Hon. I.A. Massey-Mainwaring
3) A.S. Leslie Melville and R.J. Ward
Recites: That £21,500 is now owed to mortgagees and that first party has applied his own monies to construction of roads, sewers and street.
This indenture: Further mortgage in £1,800.

Mortgage  HILL 18/1/22  13 February 1906

Contents:
Parties: 1) Hon. W.F.B. Massey-Mainwaring
2) Union of London and Smith's Bank Ltd.
Property: The manor of Black Monks etc.
Consideration: £2,000.

Memorandum  HILL 18/1/23  19 May 1906

Contents:
Parties: 1) W.F.B. Massey-Mainwaring
2) A.S. Leslie Melville and R.J. Ward Acknowledgement of debt of £488 9s. 2d. by first party to second on security of the Monks Estate.

Associated Papers  HILL 18/2  1854-1923

Pedigree chart  HILL 18/2/1  c1854

Contents:
Showing descendants of Thomas Mainwaring of Goltho d.1789. Langton v Burton in Chancery.

Copy royal license  HILL 18/2/2  5 December 1859

Contents:
To C.B. Lee to take surname of Mainwaring.

Copies of will of C.B.L. Mainwaring  HILL 18/2/3 and 4  nd

Contents:
Probate 10th October 1872.

Royal license  HILL 18/2/5  8 May 1874

Contents:
To W.F.B. Massey to bear names and arms of Mainwaring.

Statutory declaration  HILL 18/2/6  17 October 1894

Contents:
Of E.R. Carr, 11 and 12 Great Tower Street, City of London, solicitor to W.F.B. Massey.

Notices of mortgage to prior mortgagees  HILL 18/2/7-11  1895, 1897

Valuation of Monks Estate  HILL 18/2/12  22 June 1899

Contents:
By Richard Hall.

Duplicate receipt  HILL 18/2/13  19 January 1900

Contents:
For £646 paid by H.E.B. Walter and A.A. Barnard to mortgagee in respect of properties sold.

Abstract of mortgagees' title  HILL 18/2/14  c1906

Schedule of deeds  HILL 18/2/15  1923

Contents:
Forwarded to Westbury, Preston, Stavridi on discharge of transferred mortgage.

Lease for year  HILL 19  ?1780s

Signed and sealed (exmorial) Wm. Martha Houghton.

Contents:
William Houghton of the Bail of Lincoln, apothecary and Martha his wife (only surviving daughter and younger child of Edmund Wayet and Elizabeth his wife, both deceased which Elizabeth was daughter of Martha Trott late of Boston, widow, deceased, and Peter Clarke of Branston, gent..)
The messuages or inn called by the name of the Antelope in the Bail and also half part of certain land called Castle Dykes formerly in occupation Thomas Skelton, also a chamber adjoining the Inn formerly in occupation of Robert Hawksworth, gent., and two chambers and a low room adjoining the inn formerly in occupation James Pearson, also rooms adjoining the inn formerly in occupation John Pike, except two shops parcel of the rooms in John Pike's occupation, also a cottage formerly in occupation Thomas Bunch and one other cottage formerly in occupation of John Chambers and a barn in the parish of St. Paul in occupation Simon Reston and another barn in occupation James York and a little close in occupation William Potter in St. Paul's parish, moiety of freehold land in St. Nicholas parish formerly given by Philip Stamford to his son Laurence and Old Lincoln Close in parish of St. Paul and all land, commons etc.

Subscription book of Lincoln Liberal Association  HILL 20  1910-1935

Papers relating to the Manor of Beaumont Fee  HILL 21  1623-1851


Related information: A number of these papers are transcribed in Associated Architectural Society's Reports and Papers, Vol. 38, 1926-7 pp. 192-208.

Beaumont Fee in Lincoln and Cuxwold  HILL 21/1  1623-1650

Contents:
Rental and disbursements of court, 1623-1635.
Receipts of rent charge of Folkingham Park 1649-50.

Suit roll (c.1675)  HILL 21/2  nd

Suit roll  HILL 21/3  April 1708

An extract of amercements  HILL 21/4  October 1680, October 1681

Similar extract to HILL 21/4  HILL 21/5  1684-1686

Similar extract to HILL 21/4  HILL 21/6  1689, 1693 (?)

Copy indenture of lease prior to release  HILL 21/7  8 March 1716

Contents:
Parties: 1) Francis Negus, esq., and John Corbett gent., both of the City of Westminster.
2) William Long of Barton esq.
Property: The manor of Beaumond Fee alias Beaumont Fee in City of Lincoln, the site of the manor house and all lands and hereditaments lying in Dudman dale, and all other lands etc. late of Henry late Duke of Norfolk or now of first party in parish of Barton on Humber, purchased in 1699 from the said Duke.

Letter  HILL 21/8  22 August 1717

Contents:
From William Long, Barton, to Robert Gildon, Lincoln
Enclosing copy of Beaumont Fee quit rents.

Similar letter to HILL 21/8 (c.1724)  HILL 21/9  nd

Precept to bailiff of manor of Hungate alias Beaumond Fee  HILL 21/10  nd

Copies of documents respecting out rents due to the lord of Beaumont Fee  HILL 21/11-14  c1727

Final Concord  HILL 21/15  1729

Contents:
Parties: John Black, clerk, querant., Elizabeth Nelson widow, William Nelson gent., and Frances Hildyard, widow.
Property: The manor of Beemond Fee (and the scite of the manor), two messuages, one cottages, one garden in the city of Lincoln, 7 messuages, 12 cottages, 4 tofts, 10 barns, 960 acres of arable, 180 acres of meadow, 50 acres of pasture and common of pasture in Barton on Humber and Goxhill.
Consideration: £1,900.
Dated: Candlemas 2 George II.

Letter  HILL 21/16  31 March 1754

Contents:
From Robert Gildon to Mr. Nelson senior, attorney at law Beverley
If he holds a fishery in Brayford, the writer can dispose of it for him.

Letter of congratulation  HILL 21/17  5 December 1833

Contents:
From Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hayward on marriage of Mr. and Mrs. John Hayward. Lincoln.

Letters  HILL 21/18-21  1851

Contents:
Of T. Burton, Stamford Hill and John Hayward respecting his searches in the Public Records for the History of Beaumont Fee.

Copies of P. M.s etc. respecting manor of Beaumont Fee  HILL 21/22-30  nd

Contents:
14th Century onwards.

Fragmentary documents  HILL 21/31  nd

Conditions of access: Not for Production - NFP

Banks Papers  HILL 22  c1533-1953

Contents:
Many of these documents are printed in The Letters and Papers of the Banks Family of Revesby Abbey 1704-60, ed. J.W.F. Hill (Lincoln Record Society, vol. 45, 1952). Letters to and from Sir Joseph Banks himself are calendared in The Banks Letters ed. Warren R. Dawson (British Museum, 1958). References to these volumes are given, where applicable, as L.. and "Dawson".
The documents were originally in a number of box files, arranged in no particular order. In some boxes each item was numbered, in others not. They have now been re-arranged and renumbered but, since the Dawson volume uses the old box number, this has also been given when possible.
Summary
HILL 22/1. Estate papers
HILL 22/2. Correspondence
HILL 22/3. Household
HILL 22/4. Personal papers
HILL 22/5. Public Office
HILL 22/6. Manorial
HILL 22/7. Parish
HILL 22/8. Miscellaneous.

Estate Papers  HILL 22/1  16th century-19th century

"A Rentall of the Estate devised by the Last Will of Joseph Banks Esq. deceased"  HILL 22/1/1  1735

Contents:
Tenants names and annual rents. Property in Revesby, Medlam, Wilksby, Moorby, Wood Enderby, Tumby, Marshchapel, Fulstow, Coningsby, Mareham le Fen, Mareham on the Hill, Sibsey, Ingoldmells, Keal Coates, Staffordshire (manors of Cheadle and Kingsley - no details given here), Holbeach (no details).
[L.P. 237].

"Wood sales due at Mich. 1759"  HILL 22/1/2  1758-1759

Contents:
Small book containing details of sales at Tumby Wood, Fulsby Wood and Sheerwood.

"Inclosures"  HILL 22/1/3  c1773

Contents:
Small, marbled covered, note book containing summaries of old enclosures and allotments, to Banks and others at Wilksby, Moorby, Roughton, Haltham and West Keal.
(Loose in the book are a number of accounts for fencing, and further notes on allotments, 1773).
The book itself is undated, but c. 1773.
[Old no. 3/25].

A similar book to HILL 22/1/3s  HILL 22/1/3a  1773

Contents:
Containing valuation of lands in Roughton and Haltham.
[Old no. 3/27].

"An Account of the Expence of each Building erected by J. Parkinson as Agent to Sir Joseph Banks"  HILL 22/1/4  1797-1814

Contents:
A foolscap-size, marbled covered, book. Information arranged in columns as follows: Name of tenant, dimensions, materials, page in rent book, dates, sum expended in each year, total sum, value of wood, total expence.
At the front of the book are Banks' notes on his practise as regards tenant right for buildings, drainage and manuring.
[Old no. 1/5].

"Sales of Rice and Herrings to the Poor"  HILL 22/1/5  1800-1801

Contents:
A folder of correspondence, recipes and accounts.
Old box nos. 1/6-46).

Letter, Banks to Mr. Roberts  HILL 22/1/5/1  10 Dec 1800

Contents:
"Method of cooking rice"
Note that it is to be sold at 3d per pound to labourers in Revesby and Mareham le Fen who have a ticket from Mr. Roberts or Mr. Parkinson.
Has sent a ton of rice by sea to Boston. Robin Allowell, who receives £10 p.a. for teaching school, "which he is not able to do", can serve it out. Enquires prices of hogs, lard, salt, butter and treacle: would prefer local shopkeepers to furnish these unless he can do it cheaper.
Encloses recipes to be printed.
Dawson.

Letter: J. Boys, Fenchurch St., to Mrs. Edminston  HILL 22/1/5/2  30 Jan 1801

Contents:
Will send two barrels this week.

"Method of Cooking Rice" (printed)  HILL 22/1/5/3  nd

"Rice Bread" (printed recipe)  HILL 22/1/5/4  nd

Contents:
(Rice used in 1/5th proportion to flour, saving 2d on each quartern loaf).

Letter: Robert Alliwell, Revesby, to Sir Joseph Banks  HILL 22/1/5/5  27 Dec 1800

Contents:
"All the People that has receiv'd your Charity by the Rice, likes it Extreamly well"
Dawson p. 16.

Letter: 5. Lane, Collector, Custom House, Lynn to Thomas Fydell, Boston  HILL 22/1/5/6  7 Feb 1801

Contents:
Of the herrings consigned to his care from the Firth of Forth, he has sent, by Fydell's barge, Hope, 12 casks containing about 18000 herrings.
Dawson, sub 'Fydell'.

Copy letter: Banks, Soho Square, to Sir ? Roberts  HILL 22/1/5/7  10 Feb 1801

Contents:
Hears from Fydell that the herrings have arrived: they are to be distributed to those who receive rice. To charge 1d. for 3 herrings. The Committee at Horncastle, are to have one or two of the barrels. Has sent more rice.
Dawson sub 'Roberts.

Copy letter: Banks, Soho Square to Mr. Roberts  HILL 22/1/5/8  13 Apr 1801

Contents:
In view of high price of corn will not discontinue sale of rice. Has sent two more barrels "which I hope will last as long as the necessities of the Poor render such expensive assistance as I have given to them this winter necessary".
Dawson.

Letter: Thos. Fydell to Banks  HILL 22/1/5/9  nd

Contents:
With account for the herrings, at £1/17/6 per 1000.

Sheet of recipes  HILL 22/1/5/10  nd

Contents:
Called "Experiments", using grated potatoes instead of flour.

Acct. for a rice pudding  HILL 22/1/5/11  nd

Contents:
Weighing 114 1b., costing 8/9, distributed to 110 poor children and 11 poor women at 1d. each.

Weekly accts  HILL 22/1/5/12-40  Dec 1800 - March 1801

Contents:
Of rice and herring sold to poor in Revesby and Mareham le Fen.
The accounts are arranged in Columns for names, wives, children under and over 10 years old, amount of rice sold to each, etc.

Abstracts of the accts in HILL 22/1/5/12-40  HILL 22/1/5/41-43  nd

Contents:
December - 10 Feb.

Asterby and Goulceby  HILL 22/1/6  1776

Contents:
Enclosure Act printed.

East, West and Wildmore Fens  HILL 22/1/7  c1533-1660s

31 Items

Contents:
Papers relating to opposition to drainage operations of the undertakers (Sir Anthony Thomas and others), 1630-1660s (with a few earlier documents).
incl.:-
1. Copy of proposal by Sir Robert Killigrew, Sir John Heydon and George Kirke to drain the East, West and North Fens and the King's lands in the Soke of Bolingbroke, 1630
2. Petition of the commoners of East Holland, containing the terms they wish to make with the King, for the drainage, 1635
4. Deposition of Richard Clark of Coningsby re common rights in the fens of the inhabitants of the Soke of Bolingbroke, n.d. (? c. 1640)
13-22. Declarations, each one in identical language, that the signatories did not give their consents to the works in the W. and E. Fens by which about 7000 acres are withheld from them. n.d. (? c. 1640)
13. Signed by inhabitants of E. Kirkby and Hagnaby
14. Signed by inhabitants of Raithby
15. Signed by inhabitants of Revesby
16. Signed by inhabitants of Skirbeck
17. Signed by inhabitants of Stickney
18. Signed by inhabitants of Toynton All Saints & St. Peters, Little Steeping.
19-22. No place named.
23. Petition of commoners, 1660.
28. Copy of charter from Henry de Lacy, Earl of Lincoln, granting, to the inhabitants of Boston and Skirbeck, common of pasture in the West Fen.
(Copy made 1657).
29. Copy of decree of the chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster confirming freedom of pasture in Wildmore fen to the inhabitants of Bolingbroke and ordering the Abbot of Kirkstead not to hinder them, 1533.
30. An earlier (? contemporary) copy of the same decree.
[Fragile and torn]
31. Petition of John Stephenson of Wrangle to the chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, complaining that inhabitants are claiming common rights over Wrangle Mere, which he has on lease from the Queen. (n.d. ? late 1580s).

Fleet  HILL 22/1/8  1791-mid 18th century

Acre book  HILL 22/1/8/1  nd

Contents:
.... "Made corrected and renewed by Mr. Joseph Smith. Taken from the Town's Book, dated May the 17th Anno Dom. ...."
Date cut off (? mid 18th century)
Old no. 4/11.

Fleet Enclosure  HILL 22/1/8/2  1791-1833

Contents:
A folder of correspondence etc. 1793-4, with four unrelated items, 1791-1833.
Old box nos. 4/20-30.

Letter, Maurice Johnson, Spalding, to Sir Joseph Banks  HILL 22/1/8/2/1  23 Dec 1791

Contents:
The proprietors with rights of common in Moulton have agreed to join in an embankment scheme, and he hopes will also agree to an enclosure of the common salt marsh. Will Banks agree to a commutation of his tithes there?
Dawson.

Banks' draft reply to HILL 22/1/8/2/1  HILL 22/1/8/2/2  c1791

Contents:
30 Dec
Will look into the question. Presumes there is no intention of taking the bill before Parliament this Session: "business that is hurried on too fast often meets with a check in its progress".
Encloses copy of an Oxfordshire enclosure bill where tithes are commuted to corn rent rather than land, "a plan I very much approve".
Dawson.

Letter, Benjamin Stephenson to Banks  HILL 22/1/8/2/3  28 Jan 1792

Contents:
How to get information on Moulton tithes.
Remembers "a deal of dispute" about them 40 years ago.
(Written by John Steel, Stephenson having gout).
Dawson.

Note signed by John Parkinson  HILL 22/1/8/2/4  1833

Contents:
Of the stock which Mrs. Harrison is allowed to keep in Revesby Park.

Letter, Edward Greathead, Uddens House, Dorset, to Banks  HILL 22/1/8/2/5  11 Nov 1801

Contents:
Has looked at the out marshes lately taken in at Leverton.
Dawson.

Letter, Sanderson and Foster, Westminster, to Banks  HILL 22/1/8/2/6  15 Apr 1794

Contents:
Enclose a Bill for Fleet enclosure.
Dawson.

Note, in Banks' hand, of a conversation with Sanderson  HILL 22/1/8/2/7  18 Apr 1794

Contents:
"Told me that the graziers about that countrey are full of money & he has no doubt the land will sell advantageously".
Dawson.

Letter, Sanderson to Banks  HILL 22/1/8/2/8  2 May 1794

Contents:
Encloses two additional clauses, which if Sir J. approves, will be inserted in the Bill. (Endorsed with Banks reply, 15 May, asking what alterations were eventually made in the Bill.)
Dawson.

The two clauses  HILL 22/1/8/2/9-10  c1794

Newspaper cuttings: notices re Fleet enclosure  HILL 22/1/8/2/11  nd

Fulstow and Marshchapel  HILL 22/1/9  c 18th century

Joseph Banks' purchase of lands from heiresses of Thomas Hatcher  HILL 22/1/9/1  1724-1727

Contents:
All from old box 5.

Copies of title deeds etc  HILL 22/1/9/1/1-24  nd

Contents:
incl.:-
HILL 22/1/9/1/1. Act for Sale of Part of Estate of Thomas Hatcher, n.d.

Rental of Mr. Payne's 1/3 share, as sold by Thomas Payne to Jos. Banks  HILL 22/1/9/1/25  1725

Contents:
(? 1702-14), printed.

Related correspondence, mainly between Banks and Payne  HILL 22/1/9/1/26-53  nd

Contents:
HILL 22/1/9/1/27. Banks to Payne, 13 July 1725.
Doubtful about the value of the land if it is only good for sheep since wool is not now a good commodity to produce, "from so many foreigne countrys cloathing themselves that wee used to Cloath".
HILL 22/1/9/1/32. Same to same, Aswarby, 7 Jan. 1726.
Can't get to London yet: the coachman dare not try. Took a set of 6 horses 5 days to come from Biggleswade for his coach. "Lincolne wagon with 14 horses & many pioneers got from Lincolne to Bourne but there lyes, having cut and almost kill'd several of their horses".

Rentals etc  HILL 22/1/9/2  1702-1764

Contents:
[All from old box 5].

"A rentall for Fulstow  HILL 22/1/9/2/1  1702

Contents:
(Names and rents only. A single sheet).

Fulstow and Marshchapel  HILL 22/1/9/2/2  1703

2 fols.

Contents:
(With memos. of payments, etc. and additional memoranda attached).

"An half year's Rentall of Mr. Fisher's 5th part of Marschapell"  HILL 22/1/9/2/3  1728

Contents:
(Names, rents and land tax. Single sheet).

"A Rentrooul of Lands in Fullstow"  HILL 22/1/9/2/4  nd

Contents:
(Names, rents and taxes. Single sheet).

"A Particular of Mr. Banks Estate at Fulstow  HILL 22/1/9/2/5  nd

Contents:
As given in by the Tenants to George Whitworth (Detailed rental arranged under tenants' names, 4 fols.).

Land tax assessments  HILL 22/1/9/2/6-8  1706, 1713, 1723

"Freeholders in Marshchapel"  HILL 22/1/9/2/9  1764

Contents:
(Names and estimated acreages. Single sheet).

Fulstow Enclosure and Drainage  HILL 22/1/9/3  1774-1834

Contents:
Correspondence etc. (Mainly 1801-3, but incl. a few earlier and later papers, some unrelated to enclosure).
All from old box 5.

Notes on drainage of Fulstow and part of Thoresby  HILL 22/1/9/3/1  1774

Notes on Tetney  HILL 22/1/9/3/2  1775

Letter, J. Parkinson, Asgarby, to Banks  HILL 22/1/9/3/3  10 Jan 1801

Contents:
Mr. Powlett has authorised Mr. Tennyson to promote the Fulstow enclosure. Proposals re tithe composition. Requires Banks' instructions as to how he shall conduct himself at the meeting at Louth. Suggests possible commissioners. Should Marshchapel be included with Fulstow? Sends details of costs of various fen drainage undertakings.
Dawson.

Copy letter, Banks to Parkinson  HILL 22/1/9/3/4  13 Jan 1801

Contents:
Marshchapel and Fulstow should be enclosed together.
Dawson.

Letter, Richard Clitherow, Horncastle, to Banks  HILL 22/1/9/3/5  29 Jan 1801

Contents:
Asking approval of enclosed resolutions of proprietors, of Fulstow, Marshchapel and North Thoresby, for a general drainage and enclosure of the parishes, and to seek terms for a general extinction of tithes.
Dawson.

Letter, Parkinson to Banks  HILL 22/1/9/3/6  30 Jan 1801

Contents:
Describes the meeting.
Dawson.

Letter, George Tennyson to Parkinson  HILL 22/1/9/3/7  13 Jan 1801

Contents:
With copy of G.T.s letter to Clitherow as to summoning a meeting.
Dawson.

Letter George Tennyson to Banks  HILL 22/1/9/3/8  9 Feb 1801

Contents:
Explaining his reasons for not approaching Banks earlier, and that he is not a "self appointed" solicitor to the enclosure.

Copy of Banks' replies to nos. HILL 22/1/9/3/8 and 11  HILL 22/1/9/3/9-10  Feb 12 & 19 1801

Contents:
As Tennyson still seems offended by what B. said he concludes that he is inimical to his interests and cannot with prudence trust management of his concerns to him.
Dawson.

Letter, Tennyson to Banks  HILL 22/1/9/3/11  14 Feb 1801

Contents:
Has sent draft petition to Mr. White, his clerk in Parliament.
Dawson.

Letter, Tennyson to Banks  HILL 22/1/9/3/12  22 Feb 1801

Contents:
Sorry that he seems to have forfeited Banks good opinion, which he is most anxious to retrieve.

An Account of the Acres contained in Fulstow  HILL 22/1/9/3/13  21 Feb 1801

Contents:
Brief list of proprietors and acreages.

Letter, Clitherow to Banks  HILL 22/1/9/3/14  23 Feb 1801

Contents:
Has postponed the meeting until further notice. Does Banks wish it to take place? On dorse Banks' reply, 25 Feb.
Now that there is an opportunity of getting Marshchapel & Thoresby to join in, it is not his wish to hurry the Fulstow enclosure through this session.
Asks him to inform Mr. Tennyson and Mr. Powlett of his opinion.

Letter, W. Powlett Powlett, Alresford, to Banks  HILL 22/1/9/3/15  26 Feb 1801

Contents:
Sorry to hear of misunderstanding between Banks and Tennyson. Hopes for Banks cooperation in the enclosure.
On dorse Banks' reply, 27 Feb.
Asks for proceedings to be put off till he visits Lincolnshire next year, when he hopes to proceed with the matter.
Thought every Lincolnshire attorney knew that he devoted his Lincolnshire visits to his business in the county: if he had been told when he was in Lincs. he might now be in a position to agree.
Dawson.

Letter, Powlett to Banks  HILL 22/1/9/3/16  nd

Contents:
1 March.
Greatly disappointed. Begs Banks to suffer the enclosure to proceed without delay.
Dawson.

Copy answer to HILL 22/1/9/3/16  HILL 22/1/9/3/17  nd

Contents:
Fully aware of advantages of enclosure, but no good without proper drainage, which cannot be settled this year.
The fault for delay lies with Tennyson who has been very unpleasant, but, as he has apologised, Banks does not object to his acting for them both.
Suggested 1/6 rather than 1/5 for rectorial tithes because the lands will have to be drained at the expense of the landowners.
Dawson.

Letter, Robert Paddison, Louth, to Banks  HILL 22/1/9/3/18  Aug 1801

Contents:
Asks Banks consent to turnpiking the road from Louth to Scarthoe.

Notes by Banks  HILL 22/1/9/3/19  1801

Contents:
On possible methods of draining Fulstow, Marshchapel and Thoresby, and on a meeting of interested parties at Louth, Sept. 25, Oct. 9, 1801.

Note of what needs doing and estimate for map and survey of Fulstow and Marshchapel  HILL 22/1/9/3/20  nd

Contents:
Endorsed "Mr. Grundy".

Newspaper cuttings: notices of public meetings  HILL 22/1/9/3/21-2  1801

Contents:
re:-
Scarthoe to Louth Turnpike, 26 Sept. 1801.
Fulstow, Marshchapel and N. Thoresby enclosure, 28 Sept. 1801.

Banks to ? John Parkinson  HILL 22/1/9/3/23  17 Jan 1802

Contents:
(Draft)
Estimated cost of draining Fulstow renders him "very indifferent concerning the scheme", especially as estimates never amount to the real expenditure.

William Powlett to Banks  HILL 22/1/9/3/24  2 Feb 1802

Contents:
Encloses petition to be signed: heartily approved of report and estimate.
Endorsed with Banks' draft reply, 4 Feb.
Warning of the probable expense of the drainage.
Dawson.

Banks to Parkinson  HILL 22/1/9/3/25  5 Feb 1802

Contents:
(Draft).
Fulstow enclosure unlikely to be profitable but as he has engaged himself to Mr. Powlett, B. does not like to object. Case of Marshchapel is quite different as an embankment is suggested: enclosure should be postponed until the proprietors on the coast have time to consider the measure.
Dawson.

Parkinson to Banks  HILL 22/1/9/3/26  10 Feb 1802

Contents:
Report on meeting at Louth re proposed enclosure. Estimate of cost.

Banks to Parkinson  HILL 22/1/9/3/27  1802

Contents:
15 Feb. (Draft).
Answer to HILL 22/1/9/3/26
Dawson.

Banks to Parkinson  HILL 22/1/9/3/28  13 June 1803

Contents:
(Draft).
Dawson.

Notes on claims for ownership of a beastgate in Norton Hills  HILL 22/1/9/3/29-30  Oct 1803

Contents:
(29 in Banks' hand).

Banks to Parkinson  HILL 22/1/9/3/31  28 Jan 1814

Contents:
Directions for finding certain documents in the evidence room at Revesby to prove Banks' title to Mr. Allix. After Mr. Allix's conduct at the Marshchapel meeting, in overthrowing the plan he had formerly consented to Banks does not wish to mix with him in any business.

Note of lands allotted to Banks at Fulstow enclosure  HILL 22/1/9/3/32  1818

"The Old Customs of the Parish of Fulstow"  HILL 22/1/9/3/33  nd

Contents:
Re pasturing of stock, etc.
(The person who lives in the West Hall, belonging to Mr. Banks, to keep a bull, a tup and a boar for the use of his tenants).
? mid 18th century

Receipts for payments by Banks: Land Tax, rent to New College, etc  HILL 22/1/9/3/34-9  1796-1799

Banks' notes on manors and manorial rights in Fulstow and Marshchapel  HILL 22/1/9/3/40  1791

Contents:
Cockle-gathering so profitable that strong able-bodied men cannot be prevailed upon to leave it for harvest wages.
Cockles sent about the country, and to Caistor Market, and a boat employed to take them to Hull.

Report of the Proceedings in a Suit  HILL 22/1/9/3/41  January 14 1874

Contents:
Instituted in the Court of Exchequer Chamber by John Gould Floyer Esq. against Mr. John Burgess for the Recovery of Certain Small Tithes arising in the Parish of Marshchapel..... Tuesday
Lincoln: Printed by Edward Bell Drury, 1834.

Profile  HILL 22/1/9/3/42  1810

Contents:
Showing levels of Land dike Drain from Far Strate to Grainthorpe Haven.
Anth: Bower, Lincoln.

Horncastle  HILL 22/1/10  nd

Copy of grant of liberties  HILL 22/1/10/1  nd

Contents:
Within the Soke of Horncastle to Walter, Bishop of Carlisle, (1230-47).
[Old no. 2/33].

Banks' notes on various matters re Horncastle. (also a little re South Holland) estates  HILL 22/1/10/2  nd

Contents:
Intends to charge for animals coming to the fair.
Dr. Harrison to have a small piece of land, rent free, for his experiments on the diseases of sheep.
[Old no. 3/20].

Banks' notes on market tolls  HILL 22/1/10/3  nd

Contents:
And tenants' alleged right to set up stalls outside their premises without paying tolls.
[Old no. 3/21].

Notes on monthly rainfall in Horncastle  HILL 22/1/10/4  Jan - Sept 1810

Contents:
[Old no. 3/23].

Leverton  HILL 22/1/11  1792-1808

Contents:
Papers relating to Leverton embankment and Banks' estates.

Plan of Leverton Marsh  HILL 22/1/11/1  May 1792

Contents:
The property of Sir J. Banks and Thomas Fydell
[Old no. 4/15].

John Parkinson to Banks, Asgarby  HILL 22/1/11/2  May 22 1792

Contents:
Neighbourhood highly, pleased with success of Horncastle Navigation and thankful for Banks' support.
[Old no. 4/16: Dawson]
Enclosing Parkinson's report on, and plan of, Leverton Marsh.
[Old no. 4/17].

Printed account of meeting at the Red Lion Inn, Boston  HILL 22/1/11/3  17 March 1804

Contents:
Resolutions for repair of damage to Leverton Sea Bank.
[Old no. 4/14].

[John Parkinson] to Banks, Holbeach  HILL 22/1/11/4  16 Nov 1808

Contents:
Negotiations with Mr. Sheath for compensation to Banks and Fydell for land lost by the embankment. Will send rents collected to Boston, wellguarded as there have been several armed robberies lately.
[Old no. 4/18: Dawson].

Banks to Messrs. Tunnard and Rodgerson  HILL 22/1/11/5  26 Nov 1808

Contents:
Since the Adventurers of the Leverton Embankment are unwilling to give him redress, wishes to see all relevant papers to make out his case.
[Old no. 4/19].

Mareham le Fen  HILL 22/1/12  1743-1744

Contents:
An Act for Inclosing and Dividing... the Severals and the Moor, lying in... Mareham le Fen ...
[Old no. 3/27].

Miningsby  HILL 22/1/13  1788

22 Items.

Contents:
Correspondence between Banks, John Warren, Bp. of Bangor, John Williams, rector of Miningsby and John Pakinson. Banks' attempt to mediate in tithe dispute between the bishop and the rector.
[Old nos. 4/31-52: in Dawson].

Revesby  HILL 22/1/14  ND

Contents:
HILL 22/1/14/1-4. Copies of documents in British Museum (Copies of some evidences of more curiosity than use from the British Museum 1800" - Sir J.B.'s note).

Charter  HILL 22/1/14/1  nd

Contents:
Alan of Claxby to Revesby Abbey.

Agreement between Revesby and Newhouse  HILL 22/1/14/2  1154

Contents:
As to the places in which each may acquire property.

Mandate from bp. of Lincoln to Revesby Abbey  HILL 22/1/14/3  1303

Contents:
(As collectors of 10th) to remit payment to nuns of Greenfield on account of their property.

Appointment  HILL 22/1/14/4  1537

Contents:
By Abbot and convent of Charles, Duke of Suffolk, as their principal steward.

Copy of survey of possessions of Revesby Abbey  HILL 22/1/14/5  1535

Howard vs Howard  HILL 22/1/14/6  1681

Contents:
(Case concerning ownership of Revesby)
Brief for defendant.

A clause in the will of Joseph Banks esq  HILL 22/1/14/7  nd

Contents:
Relating to Hospital endow'd by him at Revesby.
[Old no. 2/45].

Plan of Sheerwood  HILL 22/1/14/8  nd

Contents:
No date (but dates from 1727-52 appear at various points on the plan - presumably areas planted or cut down in successive years).

Revesby Land Tax  HILL 22/1/14/9-11  1800

Contents:
Account of share of Land Tax apportioned to wood, 1801; and valuation of poles and underwood 1796-1800.
[Old nos. 2/17-19].

Quarter Sessions order as to Revesby and Thorpe  HILL 22/1/14/12  1781

Contents:
Contributions to County Rate.

Revesby Free School  HILL 22/1/14/13  c 1803-1808

Contents:
Lists of pupils and a few vouchers.
[Old nos. 2/58-66].

Accounts  HILL 22/1/14/14  1654-c 1820

c. 45 items.

Contents:
(And a few letters) relating to the serving of the cure at Revesby.

Banks' notes on duties of Mr. Steel, his understeward at Revesby  HILL 22/1/14/15  5 Nov 1791

Contents:
And on the conduct of the stables, kennels etc. there
And a draft of the same.
[Old nos. 3/18-19].

More notes of Banks  HILL 22/1/14/16  nd

Contents:
On:
Duties of Steel and Roberts
Best methods of management for Revesby Manorial and ecclesiastical jurisdiction at Revesby.
[Old nos. 3/17, 22, 24].

Tumby and Kirkby on Bain  HILL 22/1/15  nd

Copy of grant  HILL 22/1/15/1  nd

Contents:
Of Tumby Great Park to Revesby Abbey by Simon son of Robert de Driby, 1304.

Copy of Conveyances  HILL 22/1/15/2  nd

Contents:
By Lord Exeter to John Jesup and William Grebby of his disparked park and wood grounds known as Tumby Wood and Birkwood. 1614.
Old no. 2/39.

Articles of agreement  HILL 22/1/15/3  1702-1718

5 Items.

Contents:
Between Stephen Gelsthorpe and Joseph Cope (of Kirkby on Bain, clerk) for lease of Tumby Mills, 1702.
(Letter from Cope to Joseph Banks concerning the mills, 1717-18).
[L.P. 61, 65, 71-2].

Petition  HILL 22/1/15/4  nd

7 Items.

Contents:
Of rector and inhabitants of Kirkby for a faculty to take down and rebuild the church.
Answers of Thomas Fardell to Banks' enquiries as to whether Tumby has ever been a separate parish.
Banks' notes on parochial position of Tumby.
Mostly n.d., Fardell's letter dated 1801.
[Old nos. 3/41-6].

Tithes  HILL 22/1/15/5  1692-1808

Contents:
Copy of bill and answers in Chancery re Tumby tithes, 1692.
[Old no. 4/2]
Correspondence, Banks' notes etc. in a dispute re Tumby tithes, 1801-8, 12 items.
[Old nos. 4/3-13].

Misc. Estate Papers  HILL 22/1/16  18th - 19th centuries

Contents:
51 items, incl.

Wyberton  HILL 22/1/16/1  1717

Contents:
Lease, Banks to Roads, of messuage and land
[L.P. 36].

Letter  HILL 22/1/16/2  1718

Contents:
Joseph Banks I to Rev. Joseph Cope
[L.P. 71].

Agreement to make bricks at Revesby  HILL 22/1/16/3-4  1721

Contents:
Jos. Banks I and John Broadley of Hatfield, Yorks.
[L.P. 87].

Account for building Revesby almshouses  HILL 22/1/16/5  1729

Contents:
[L.P. 134].

Undertaking by Revesby gamekeeper  HILL 22/1/16/6  1732

Contents:
[L.P. 207]
(To forfeit year's wages if incapacitated by drink).

Receipt for rent  HILL 22/1/16/7  1761

Contents:
To honour of Bolingbroke
[L.P. 306].

List of gentlemen who are to receive venison from Revesby  HILL 22/1/16/8  1778

Contents:
[Old no. 2/40].

Notes by Sir J.B  HILL 22/1/16/9  11 Sept 1789

Contents:
On claims by various persons to properties in and near "the outward gates of the Castle"
(Presumably Lincoln Castle).
[Old no. 2/44].

Letters  HILL 22/1/16/10-18  1790

Contents:
Benjamin Stephenson to Sir J.B. and some replies, 7 Feb. to 19 July
Various estate affairs.
[Old nos. 3/1-9: Dawson]
HILL 22/1/16/10. "In what coin can I repay you for all your civility and kindness to me, but Thanks, Thanks, Continued Thanks".
HILL 22/1/16/11. Has used one of Banks' certificates for the Horncastle Dispensary. "I believe the dispensary goes on with great credit".
HILL 22/1/16/17. The election. Mr. Coltman is exerting himself for Banks on behalf of Mr. Hobart.

Letter  HILL 22/1/16/19  3 Dec 1792

Contents:
John Parkinson to Sir J.B.
Progress of Enderby enclosure.
[Old no. 2/103: Dawson].

Wildmore Fen  HILL 22/1/16/20  17 Dec 1793

Contents:
Note of Fourth District Farms let by Auction.

List of lands to be let by auction  HILL 22/1/16/21  1794

Contents:
In Wyberton, Skirbeck and Boston, (Printed).

Newspaper cutting  HILL 22/1/16/22  nd

Contents:
re auction in HILL 22/1/16/21 with notes on rents etc.

Letter  HILL 22/1/16/23  24 Oct 1794

Contents:
Francis Thirkill, to Sir J.B.
Enclosing HILL 22/1/16/22. The Corporation of Boston was bound to accept the highest bids, but many gentlemen concerned at absurdly high rents obtained. "Several persons who bid were not worth a shilling".
[Old no. 3/37: Dawson].

Newspaper cutting  HILL 22/1/16/26  nd

Contents:
Advert for sale of John Cartwright's Brothertoft estate.

Broadsheet advertising sale of farm stock  HILL 22/1/16/29  1800

Contents:
Of late Mr. Mackinder of Revesby.

Persons to receive venison  HILL 22/1/16/30  1804

Account of business done at New Bolingbroke Market  HILL 22/1/16/32  11 Oct 1814

Contents:
[Old no. 3/28].

Accounts of sale  HILL 22/1/16/33-38  Oct 24 1814

Contents:
(Purchase and prices) of Herefordshire Cattle at Revesby Park.

Act  HILL 22/1/16/39  1831

Contents:
To effect the Partition of.... Estates.... late the Property of Sir Joseph Banks ....
(1 and 2 William IV cap 20).

Miscellaneous  HILL 22/1/16/40-51  nd

Contents:
These are undated items.
HILL 22/1/16/41. Valuation of James Banks' Stanhope's Lincs. estates, 1839.
(Summary valuation on a scrap of paper).
HILL 22/1/16/42. "A sketch of some of the Friths from Brick Hills" (Small, ? mid-18th century sketch plan, parish not named).
HILL 22/1/16/46-50 Misc. notes of Sir J.B. on various subjects.
HILL 22/1/16/49. Guide lines for rent to be paid by tenants:
Gross proceeds of land to be divided into 4; one part to landlord, three parts to tenants: one for household expenses, one for farming expenses, one as a reserve for improvements and for children.
HILL 22/1/16/51. Schedule of title deeds of an estate at Saltfleetby St. Clements; belonging to Mrs. Grantham and others, lately in possession of Sir J.B. Covers 1626-1804.

Correspondence  HILL 22/2  Early 18th century-Early 19th century


Related information: N.B. Photocopies of Banks correspondence 1790-1812 in M.C.D. 890, being copies of letters preserved in the British Museum
(B.M. Add MS 43837.1-76).

Miscellaneous letters  HILL 22/2/1  nd

Contents:
This section contains the majority of the papers printed in Lincoln Record Society 45. It has not been thought necessary to list them again here.
A few of the printed papers have been distributed in various other sections of this list: the ref L.P. and a number is given with these where they appear.

Additional misc. letters  HILL 22/2/2  nd

Contents:
Not printed in the Lincoln Record Society volume.

C. Fish to [? Joseph Banks I or II]  HILL 22/2/2/1  nd

Contents:
(Early 18th century).
His brother's dilatory conduct of some unspecified business.

Bennet Langton to [Joseph Banks I]  HILL 22/2/2/2  31 Aug 1728

Contents:
Asking influence to forward his candidature for Peterborough.

Bennet Langton to [Joseph Banks I]  HILL 22/2/2/3  16 Nov 1728

Contents:
Hesitates to go to Wildmore Fen Commoners who are disobeying a law of sewers, owing to the doubtful legality of the order.

T. Wright to Joseph Banks I  HILL 22/2/2/4-6  25 and 30 Apr, 27 May 1730

Contents:
State of John Norton's affairs.

George Musgrave to Sir Joseph Banks, New Bond St  HILL 22/2/2/7  8 Dec 1783

Contents:
Death of Mrs. Hawley.
[Old no. 2/29: Dawson].

Henry Rutter to Sir Joseph Banks, Lincoln  HILL 22/2/2/8  21 Oct 1784

Contents:
Death of Mr. Frank Whichcote.
[Old no. 2/30: Dawson].

Stephen Williamson to Joseph Banks  HILL 22/2/2/9  5 Feb 1790

Contents:
Asking to be allowed to provide a man to be kept as a hermit, "to satisfie your curiousity".
[Old no. 2/26].

William Lumby to Joseph Banks, Lincoln  HILL 22/2/2/10  16 May 1791

Contents:
Sends a copy of his letter to Shelton and explains the mistake that no orders have been received for the prisoners sentenced to transportation.
[Old no. 3/15: Dawson].

Thomas Coltman to Joseph Banks  HILL 22/2/2/11  3 June 1791

Contents:
Discloses news of dissatisfaction in the neighbourhood, and gives details of the Chaplin and Brackenbury families.
[Old no. 3/10: Dawson].

John Monson to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/2/12  3 June 1791

Contents:
Albermarle St.
Acceptance of the wish of the neighbourhood that Mr. Lee and not himself should hunt the area around Leeds Gate.
[Old no. 2/38: Dawson].

Henry Hawley to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/2/13  18 May 1794

Contents:
Harley Street.
Discloses that he has sent the answers to the addressed's queries. Promises to communicate the date of his Father's marriage as soon as possible.
[Old no. 2/43].

Rev. Ed. Walls to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/2/14  30 May 1795

Contents:
Spilsby.
The Farmers on the coast Fear smugglers and suggest Banks might move the Admiralty to patrol the coast.
[Old no. 3/16: Dawson].

Robert Hobart to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/2/15  18 Oct 1793

Contents:
London.
Apologies that because he has been appointed Governor of Madras and has to visit Ireland before taking up his position, he will be unable to attend the Sheriff's ball at Lincoln; "wide as the world is, traces of you are to be Found in every corner of it".
[Old no. 2/28: Dawson].

J. Banks to Lord Melville, Soho Square  HILL 22/2/2/16  5 April 1794

Contents:
Communicates that as requested he has drawn up a memorandum on the Trial of Time Keepers and submits it for alteration.
[Old no. 3/11: Dawson].

Mary Gill to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/2/17  20 Oct 1811

Contents:
Horncastle.
An illiterate letter on behalf of her and her husband, a poor man with a large family, offering their son for adoption.
[Old no. 2/27: Dawson].

Chas. Hayward to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/2/18  10 Aug 1819

Contents:
Lincoln.
Informs Banks of his appointment as Vice President of the newly formed Agricultural Society and asks for his support.
[Old no. 3/13: Dawson].

Chas. Hayward to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/2/19  20 Oct 1819

Contents:
Lincoln.
Further details of the said Society sends a copy of the rules and informs him of his financial commitments to the society.
[Old no. 3/14: Dawson].

Correspondence with Lord Liverpool  HILL 22/2/3  1804-1807

Liverpool to Joseph Banks  HILL 22/2/3/1  19 May 1804

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
News of the good health of the King; the Duke of Montrose is to succeed him as President of the Committee; he has a very bad opinion of Rose and has heard that Sir William Scott will attend no more; shows disapproval at his son's removal from the Foreign Office merely to gratify Ld. Harrowby.
[Old no. 6/1: Dawson].

Liverpool to Banks  HILL 22/2/3/2  3 June 1804

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
He has heard of the King's indisposition and of the hostility among the Royal Family. Lord Hawkesbury has asked Lord Hardwicke to continue to govern Ireland, he has insisted on having no interference in the Govt. of Scotland from Ld. Melville.
[Old no. 6/2: Dawson].

Liverpool to Banks  HILL 22/2/3/3  12 Aug 1804

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
Expresses pleasure that the Middlesex election is over, and also that Sir F. Burdett has had no occasion for triumph. Laments the likelihood of a poor harvest. Shows discontent at the rising price of bread and the cost of importing (the population is beyond supply). Declares that though the country was satisfied with Addington's administration the politicians were not.
[Old no. 6/3: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/4  16 Aug 1804

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
Details of his depressing imfirmities, the wheat crop is not so bad as expected, until "within 40 miles of London". Pitt's Corn Bill does not come into operation until November, and therefore satisfies neither the poor nor the farmers. Thanks Banks for his attentions to Macphail. Details of the French preparations for invasion.
[Old no. 6/4: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/5  22 Aug 1804

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
News of the King's impending departure to Weymouth, and of further divisions in the Royal Family; also of an attempt to poison the French Royal Family at Warsaw. He believes Lord Macartney's embassy to China will be successful. His son is visiting Vienna. News of the proposed French invasion, and other political affairs.
[Old no. 6/5: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/6  28 Aug 1804

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
Condolences on the death of Bank's mother. Accounts of the relations between the Royal Family. News of Ld. Hawkesbury's visit.to Weymouth.
[Old no. 6/6: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/7  30 Aug 1804

Contents:
Details of his relationship with the Banks family. News of the King's insanities; he does not believe this to be so while he can still talk sensibly. Further details of the time for the French invasion.
[Old no. 6/7: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/8  2 Sept 1804

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
News of his son at Weymouth, and information about the deepening division in the Royal Family, and how disturbing he finds it that the King sleeps more in the day than at night.
[Old no. 6/8: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/9  5 Sept 1804

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
Lord Hawkesbury reports an improvement in the King's health, and of the King's whim to have his library removed from the Queen's House to Windsor Castle.
[Old no. 6/9: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/10  15 Sept 1804

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
The King's health has improved. His Majesty spoke to Ld. Hawkesbury about making his will. The relationships among the Royal Family are now better than before. Thanks Banks for his views on Irish currency.
[Old no. 6/10: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/11  22 Sept 1804

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
Confirms a report of disagreement between Russia and France, thinks war with Spain is possible; and has read the accounts of Grant's voyage, and those to the South Seas.
[Old no. 6/11: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/12  2 Oct 1804

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
News of Banks' and Miss Banks' illnesses, and of papers seized and published by the French to which he attaches no importance (captured from the "Admiral Aplin"); he will write on, "Coin", in the form of a letter to the King.
[Old no. 6/12: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/13  Oct 10 1804

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
He is pursuing his descision to write on "Coin". ["Treatise on the Coins of the Realm", 1805];
Nelson's attack of Boulogne was a "very shabby business", he wishes success to the new administration but has no confidence in it; he has heard of Ld. Wellesley's peace in India.
Old no. 6/13: Dawson.

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/14  Oct 25 1804

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
Details of the dissatisfaction of the Mayor and Magistrates of Boston at their treatment by the govt. Congratulates Banks on the enclosing, draining and improving he has done on his lands. Details of agricultural prices; also of certain "Spanish prizes", which are to be kept as a deposit; news of the King's health and the death of the Duke of Leinster.
[Old no. 6/14: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/15  Nov 27 1804

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
Compliments on Bank's paper on Blight in Corn. Details of a manuscript discovered at Herculaneum; he is to receive a visit from the Prince of Condé and the Duke of Bourbon.
[Old no. 6/15: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/16  Dec 25 1804

Contents:
Addiscombe Place
Discloses how Pitt is trying to gain strength of numbers in the commons. (he first tried the Prince of Wales, but got no support and then to Mr. Addington) and saw some hope of a coalition. News of a Royal disagreement over the care of Princess Charlotte. The matter may be dealt with by Parliament.
[Old no. 6/16: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/17  Jan 18 1805

Contents:
Hertford St.
Encloses a pamphlet on Irish currency, written by Foster, a lawyer, and nephew of Foster the Irish chancellor, financial news and also news of his book. The King has sent an ultimatum to the Prince of Wales concerning Princess Charlotte.
[Old no. 6/17: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/18  June 28 1805

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
Discloses in confidence the news that the King's sight is failing; though his mind is excellent; the defect could be cured by an operation.
[Old no. 6/18: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/19  July 2 1805

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
Phipps has decided that the King has cataracts on both eyes, further details of the King's eyesight problems. News of progress with his book on coinage.
[Old no. 6/19: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/20  Sept 9 1805

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
Ld. Hawkesbury has returned from Weymouth. Details of deterioration in the King's health. Death of the Duke of Gloucester. Information concerning a probable further war on the Continent, details of the movements of troops. Tells of his own indisposition, his younger son wishes to serve with the Austrian army, details of the King's will.
[Old no. 6/20: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/21  Sept 11 1805

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
"War on the Continent is inevitable", and "will open on a great scale". Details of the opponents' plans. Believes that the threat of invasion of England is over. He is worried about the taxes that will be imposed. The King is well but for his sight, and will not allow an operation to be performed.
[Old no. 6/21: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/22  Oct 21 1805

Contents:
Addiscombe Place.
Long commentary on the war on the Continent. The Royal family remains at Kew, until Windsor Castle is ready to accommodate them.
[Old no. 6/22: Dawson].

Liverpool to J. Banks  HILL 22/2/3/23  April 13 1807

Contents:
Compliments him on his plan to enclose a large area of land, and on his purchases of seed. His health has improved.
[Old no. 6/23].

Household and Park  HILL 22/3  1716-1841

Plans of the buildings  HILL 22/3/1  1716-1728

Contents:
Eleven items including:-
1-8. Bundled together and labelled, "Great-Grandfather's buildings" are collectively dated 1716.
5. Gives details of improvements to be done to the house.
10. Improvements in the stables.

The Gardens  HILL 22/3/2  1749-1807

Contents:
Twenty items including:-
1-5. bundled together: Plans of the garden (proposed), and of the "Grape House".
8-19. bundled together: documents concerning the "Vineries".

Revesby Fish Ponds  HILL 22/3/3  nd

Contents:
All items bundled together. 28 items.
[Old numbers 2/74 - 2/101]
1. is a printed copy of the Fish Act of 1765.
3. Gives the dimensions of the pond; and details the "stock" yearly. (As do 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18 and 19).

Details of food in stock  HILL 22/3/4  1776-1809

Contents:
8 items. [Old numbers 2/46-7, 2/72, 2/55-6]
1-3. are concerned with food.
4-8. cover wine and spirits.

Furniture  HILL 22/3/5  1743-1760

Contents:
Three items
1-2. concern accounts for furnishing
3. deals with "Kitchen Furniture", i.e. domestic hardware.

Drainage of the park at Revesby  HILL 22/3/6  1840-1841

Contents:
8 items Old numbers 2/48 - 2/54.

Tradesmen's Bills  HILL 22/3/7  1716-1728

Contents:
19 items
Many are carpenters' bills also there are some Bricklayers' bills.

Miscellaneous  HILL 22/3/8  1717-1742

Contents:
6 items, incl:-
1. Details of future repairs and improvements to be done to Revesby house, 1717.
[L.P. 56]
2. Receipt from Wm. Heward for £7.50p for "the gates", 1718.
3. Agreement between J.Banks and J. Harrison, carpenter, to provide "sturps" for the park, 1721.
6. Agreement between J. Banks and J. Young concerning the building of a coach; details are given of the disagreements between the two.

Personal Papers  HILL 22/4  1726-1818

Will (typed copy) of Joseph Banks I  HILL 22/4/1  1726

Contents:
[L.P. App. 1].

Letter, Richard Calton, Chesterfield, to Joseph Banks II  HILL 22/4/2  1 Jan 1733

Contents:
Proceedings in legal case over Mr. Hodgkinson's will.
[L.P. 206].

Act for Explaining the will of Joseph Banks Esq  HILL 22/4/3  c 1730

Contents:
(Printed).
[L.P. App. II].

Agreement between Joseph Banks II and J.B. III  HILL 22/4/4  1737

Contents:
As to allowance for the latter
[L.P. 244].

"An Inventory of my late Mother's Jewels"  HILL 22/4/5  1736

Contents:
Made by J. Banks II
[L.P. 267].

Account between Joseph Banks II and William Banks Hodgkinson  HILL 22/4/6  1740

Contents:
[L.P. 279].

Will (copy), Joseph Banks II  HILL 22/4/7  nd

Contents:
1736, proved 1741.
[L.P.App.III].

Joseph Banks II, executorship accounts  HILL 22/4/8  1741-1759

Contents:
2 books and 10 loose papers.
[L.P. 280, 282-4, 287, 293-5, 302].

Receipts  HILL 22/4/9  c 1740-1745

Contents:
From younger children of Joseph Banks II to their father and brother, William.

Case and counsel's opinion on Banks estate  HILL 22/4/10  1747

Act for Vesting the Settled Estate of Joseph Banks the Elder in Trustees  HILL 22/4/11  1748

Contents:
[L.P. App. 4].

Inventory of plate of William Banks  HILL 22/4/12  1748

Contents:
[L.P. 289].

Will (copy), Collingwood Banks  HILL 22/4/13  1755

Contents:
[L.P. App. VI].

Will (copy), Lettice Mary Banks  HILL 22/4/14  1756

Contents:
[L.P. App. VII].

Notes on personal possessions and testamentary directions of Lettice Mary Banks  HILL 22/4/15  1757

Cases and counsel's opinions on William Banks' marriage articles, settlement and will  HILL 22/4/16  1761-1762

Contents:
[L.P. App. V].

Will (copy), George Banks  HILL 22/4/17  1768

Contents:
[L.P. App. VIII].

Will (Copy), Sarah Sophia Banks  HILL 22/4/18  1818

Notes on contents of Sir Joseph Banks will  HILL 22/4/19  1818

Small group of vouchers for personal expenses  HILL 22/4/20  1732-1740

Contents:
incl. agreement with coachmakers, [L.P. 191] also incl. L.P. 195, 263, 364, 266.
7 items in all.

Public Office  HILL 22/5  1743-1794

Commission on Deputy Lieutenant of Lincoln, William Banks  HILL 22/5/1  1743

Papers relating to Sir Joseph Banks' Shrievalty of Lincs  HILL 22/5/2  1794

c. 60 items.

Contents:
Accounts, vouchers, a few letters.
Old numbers 1/49-103.

Manorial Records  HILL 22/6  1687-1790

c. 50 items.

Contents:
Manor of Revesby cum Wilksby: court minutes, lists of jurors, verdicts.

Parish  HILL 22/7  1724-1811

Revesby: papers re rebuilding church  HILL 22/7/1  1724-1730

4 Items

Revesby: constables accounts  HILL 22/7/2  1739-1811

7 Items

Contents:
1739, 48, 59 (also incl. highway accounts) and other misc. items.
Including L.P. 253, 388, 303-4.

Miscellaneous  HILL 22/8  nd

Newspaper cuttings  HILL 22/8/1  nd

Contents:
Relating to a dispute between Sir Robert Heron and the Sheriff over the conduct of the 1806 election together with a draft of Sir Joseph Banks letter criticising Heron's conduct.
[Old nos. 1/47-8: the Banks letter is in Dawson].

Documents relating to Banks family pedigree  HILL 22/8/2  nd

Contents:
Two parchment rolls: the first bringing the pedigree down to early 17th century, the second c. 1600-1719.
Rough drawing of cost arms. ? early 18th century
Account for engraving arms, 1729.
6 items in all.

Residue of misc. items, mainly printed  HILL 22/8/3  nd

Contents:
incl:-
Recipe to prevent Wheat from being smutty, early 18th century [Old no. 2/35]
The Evening General Post. Aug. 23-5, 1716.
Satirical drawing, said to be by Sir Joseph Banks, showing the Dean of Lincoln confronted by spectral weathercock: a squib at the time of the removal of cathedral spires, c. 1807-8.
Article, reprinted from Country Life 27 Sept. 1913. about Sir Joseph Banks' house in Soho Square.

Letter  HILL 22/8/4  1803

Contents:
(Typescript copy) Rev. Edward Walls to Sir J.B., drainage dispute
Dawson.

Sale catalogue: remaining contents of Revesby Abbey  HILL 22/8/5  1953

A few transcripts and letters re Banks papers elsewhere  HILL 22/8/6  nd

Contents:
incl. copies of letters re Banks dispute with Walls in BM 52281.

Tellers' Bills  HILL 23  1553-1671

Contents:
Described in the Guide to the Contents of the Public Record Office, vol. I (1963) p. 98, as "narrow slips of parchment recording the payment of money into the Exchequer. They were entered by the auditors and afterwards recorded by the Clerk of the Pells in his receipt book". Each was inscribed Recordatur and signed by one of the clerks responsible. These documents show signs having been filed on a string or thong but were in considerable confusion. It is not clear whether items for different counties were filed separately, but there are a sufficient number for other counties among these for the county of Lincoln to suggest a dealer's hasty sorting rather than mistakes in original filing. They are now arranged in date order (date of receipt where given). There is no means of telling whether at any time in the period covered they represent all the Lincolnshire items. Only a few survive for some years and none for others.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/1  1553

Contents:
Date: Easter. Paid by: Wm. Goodknapp & John Dove. For what reason: Sheriffs of Lincoln 1551. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Farnham.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/2  1553

Contents:
Paid by: John Tournay & Joan his wife executors of Bp. Henry Rands alias Holbeche. For what reason: the temporalities of the see. Amount: 17.16. 8.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/3  1559 or 1560

Contents:
Date: Mich. ?. Paid by: Humfry Hackett. For what reason: collector of lay subsidy Beltisloe etc. Amount: 0.18. 2. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/4  1559 or 1560

Contents:
Paid by: Humfry Hackett. For what reason: collector of lay subsidy Beltisloe etc. Amount: 6. 5. 0. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/5  1559 or 1560

Contents:
Paid by: Incumbent St. Leonard's hospital, Bedford (sic). For what reason: For arrears. Amount: 1.12. 8. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/6  1560

Contents:
Date: Mich. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: collector of clerical subsidy. Amount: 127.16. 0. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/7  1560

Contents:
Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: collector of clerical subsidy. Amount: ?180. 0. 9. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/8  1560

Contents:
Paid by: Dean & Chapter, Lincoln. For what reason: collector of tenths. Amount: 20.15. 7. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/9  1560

Contents:
Paid by: Dean & Chapter, Lincoln. For what reason: collector of arrears of clerical subsidy. Amount: 77.18. 0. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/10  1560

Contents:
Paid by: Dean & Chapter, Lincoln. For what reason: collector of arrears of clerical subsidy. Amount: 13. 4. 7. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/11  1560

Contents:
Paid by: Dean & Chapter, Lincoln. For what reason: collectors of tenths. Amount: 19. 6. 3. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/12  1560

Contents:
Paid by: Dean & Chapter, Lincoln. For what reason: collectors of tenths. Amount: 60.14. 0. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/13  1560

Contents:
Date: Mich. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Tenths. Amount: 144.12. 0. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/14  1560

Contents:
Paid by: John William. For what reason: Collector of subsidy Kesteven?. Amount: Illegible. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/15  1560

Contents:
Paid by: Wm. Kerton. For what reason: collector of subsidy Langoe. Amount: 8.12. 5. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/16  1560

Contents:
Paid by: Alexander Skynner & Wm. Yaxley. For what reason: collector of customs & subsidies. Amount: 38.18. 0. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/17  1561

Contents:
Date: Easter. Paid by: The Bishop of Lincoln. For what reason: collector of clerical subsidy. Amount: Missing. Clerk: Missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/18  1561

Contents:
Paid by: The Bishop of Lincoln. For what reason: the same for co. Buck. Amount: 142.11. 9. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/19  1561

Contents:
Paid by: The Bishop of Lincoln. For what reason: Clerical tenths. Amount: 408.15. 2. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/20  1561

Contents:
Paid by: D. & C. of Lincoln. For what reason: Clerical tenths. Amount: 44. 2. 8. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/21  1561

Contents:
Paid by: D. & C. of Lincoln. For what reason: arrears of subsidies. Amount: 23. 3. 7. Clerk: Roger Baker.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/22  1561

Contents:
Paid by: Rd. Thymbolbye, kt. For what reason: sheriff. Amount: Missing. Clerk: Missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/23  1561

Contents:
Date: Easter. Paid by: Wm. Thorold. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: Missing. Clerk: Missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/24  1561

Contents:
Paid by: Alexander Skinner & Wm. Yaxley. For what reason: Collector of customs in port of Boston. Amount: Missing. Clerk: Missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/25  1561

Contents:
Paid by: Wm. Kirton. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies ? Langoe.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/26  1561

Contents:
Paid by: John Carsey. For what reason: perhaps for a recog. Amount: Missing. Clerk: Missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/27  1564

Contents:
Date: Easter. Paid by: Wm. Skipwith Kt. For what reason: Sheriff. Amount: 53. 6. 8. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/28  1564

Contents:
Paid by: Adlard Welby. For what reason: former sheriff. Amount: 153. 8. 4. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/29  1564

Contents:
Paid by: Thomas Morrison. For what reason: Collector of Subsidy Louthesk. Amount: 177.12. 2. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/30  1564

Contents:
Paid by: Thomas Morrison. For what reason: Collector of Subsidy Louthesk. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: Rd. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/31  1565

Contents:
Date: Mich. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of Clerical Subsidies. Amount: 830. Clerk: R. Tailor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/32  1565

Contents:
Date: Mich. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: tenths from clergy. Amount: 203. 7. 6. Clerk: R. Tailor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/33  1565

Contents:
Date: 26 Oct. Paid by: Richard Bertie, Esq. For what reason: sheriff. Amount: 53. 6. 8. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/34  1565

Contents:
Date: Mich. Paid by: Wm. Skipwith kt. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 70. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/35  1565/6

Contents:
Date: 22 March. Paid by: Richard Bertie, Esq. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/36  1565

Contents:
Date: Mich. Paid by: Wm. Cockett & Christopher Huchinson. For what reason: late city sheriffs. Amount: 20. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/37  1565

Contents:
Paid by: John Welcome & Geo. Brughe. For what reason: late city sheriffs. Amount: 13. 4; 63. 7. 4. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/38  1565

Contents:
Paid by: John Tamworth, Esq. For what reason: receiver general. Amount: 770. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/39  1565

Contents:
Paid by: John Tamworth, Esq. For what reason: receiver general. Amount: 229. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/40  1565

Contents:
Paid by: John Tamworth, Esq. For what reason: receiver general. Amount: 200. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/41  1565

Contents:
Paid by: Anthony Meeres, Esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidies, parts of Kesteven. Amount: 100. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/42  1565

Contents:
Paid by: Robert ? Swindersby. For what reason: Collector of subsidies, Yarborough. Amount: 133. 3. 8. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/43  1565

Contents:
Date: Mich. Paid by: Warden & 6 Assistants Louth. For what reason: fee farm. Amount: 84. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/44  1565

Contents:
Paid by: Robert Wharffe Clerk. For what reason: non residence fine. Amount: 10.0. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/45  1566

Contents:
Date: Easter. Paid by: Bishop ? of Peterborough. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies. Amount: 128. 8. 0. Clerk: W. Patten.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/46  1566

Contents:
Date: Easter. Paid by: Thomas Saint-pole, esq. For what reason: sheriff. Amount: 54. 6. 8. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/47  1566

Contents:
Paid by: Thomas Sleford. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies. Amount: 166.13. 4. Clerk: W. Patten.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/48  1566

Contents:
Paid by: Robert Bougham of Dryby, gent. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies, Candleshoe. Amount: 126.12. 6½. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/49  1566

Contents:
Date: 4 May. Paid by: Wm. Dyksonson rector of Ayleton co. Hunt. For what reason: For tenths. Amount: 2.6. 0. Clerk: R. Tailor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/50  1566

Contents:
Date: 6 May. Paid by: Bishop of Peterborough. For what reason: Clerical Subsidy. Amount: 140. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Patten.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/51  1566

Contents:
Date: 18 May. Paid by: Richard Welby esq. baillie of Nicholas Girlington esq. For what reason: late receiver of revenues of the crown. Amount: 20. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/52  1566

Contents:
Date: 25 May. Paid by: Dorothy Brodbelt due by John Barton. For what reason: arrears of the rectory of Utterby. Amount: 6.13. 4. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/53  1566

Contents:
Date: 27 May. Paid by: Men of the town of Grimsby. For what reason: their account. Amount: 30.13. 0. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/54  1566

Contents:
Paid by: Thomas Morrison. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies, Louthesk. Amount: 60. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/55  1566

Contents:
Date: 22 June. Paid by: Leonard Irby, esq. For what reason: collector of Subsidies, Holland. Amount: 68. 0. 4. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/56  1566

Contents:
Date: 25 June. Paid by: Francis Trevor & wife Eliz, executors Walter Herendon. For what reason: for payment for estate of Ric. & Katherine Bertie while overseas. Amount: 20. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/57  1566

Contents:
Date: 28 June. Paid by: Richard Bertie, esq. For what reason: Sheriff. Amount: 70. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/58  1566

Contents:
Date: 5 July. Paid by: Bp. of Peterborough. For what reason: Clerical Subsidies. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Patten.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/59  1566

Contents:
Date: 5 ? Oct. Paid by: Henryfloder Strange. For what reason: arrears from land of Duke of Suffolk. Amount: 126. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Patten.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/60  1566

Contents:
Date: 22 Oct. Paid by: Thomas Saintpol esq. For what reason: Sheriff. Amount: 53. 6. 8. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/61  1566

Contents:
Date: 27 Oct. Paid by: Robert Bougham gent. For what reason: Collector of Subsidy, Candleshoe. Amount: 50. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/62  1566

Contents:
Date: 25 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Sleaford. For what reason: Collector of Subsidy, Kesteven. Amount: 84.19. 4. Clerk: W. Patten.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/63  1567

Contents:
Date: 7 May. Paid by: Dorothea Brodbelt as above. For what reason: as above. Amount: 6.13. 4. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/64  1567

Contents:
Date: 16 June. Paid by: Thomas Morrison. For what reason: Collector of lay subsidies. Amount: 160. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/65  1567

Contents:
Date: 19 June. Paid by: Richard Brocklesbie. For what reason: Collector of lay Subsidies Manley. Amount: 75. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/66  1567

Contents:
Date: 23 June. Paid by: Henry Deathe. For what reason: The same, for Ellow. Amount: 50. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/67  1567

Contents:
Date: 31 July. Paid by: Christopher Audelsy. For what reason: Subsidies Kirton Holland. Amount: 66. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Gardiner.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/68  1567

Contents:
Date: 29 Oct. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of first fruits. Amount: 200. Clerk: T. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/69  1567

Contents:
Date: 24 Nov. Paid by: Richard Ranson. For what reason: land in Cumberworth etc. Amount: 12. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/70  1567

Contents:
Date: 28 Nov. Paid by: John Goodwin. For what reason: fine for lease of lands in Pinchbeck. Amount: 2. 8. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/71  1567-1568

Contents:
Date: 3 Feb. Paid by: Wm. Popell. For what reason: fine for his house in ? defective. Amount: 33.12.0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/72  1567-1568

Contents:
Date: 5 Feb. Paid by: John Pike alderman of Grantham & the borough. For what reason: lease of tolls of the market. Amount: 20. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/73  1568

Contents:
Date: 15 Apr. Paid by: John Tamworth, esq. For what reason: receiver general. Amount: 140. 0.0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/74  1568

Contents:
Date: 1 May. Paid by: Thomas Eastoft, esq. For what reason: farmer of tithes, Luddington and Waterton. Amount: 5. 0.0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/75  1568

Contents:
Date: 3 May. Paid by: Wm. Roche. For what reason: collector of subsidies waps. of Kirton & Skirbeck. Clerk: Rd. Candeler.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/76  1568

Contents:
Date: 11 May. Paid by: John Gelsonne. For what reason: for lease of lands in Bridgholm, Aldesfeld, Fishmere, Donington, Bicker. Amount: 33.11.6. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/77  1568

Contents:
Date: 13 May. Paid by: Richard Turner. For what reason: fine for lease of lands in Cadney, Hotoft & Ashby. Amount: 9.4. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/78  1568

Contents:
Date: 17 May. Paid by: Edward Turner. For what reason: fine for lease of hemyngencrofte in Grimoldby. Amount: 5. 6. 8. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/79  1568

Contents:
Date: 17 May. Paid by: Wm. Tove. For what reason: fine for messuage and lands in North Hykeham. Amount: 2. 4. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/80  1568

Contents:
Date: 28 May. Paid by: John Tamworth, esq. For what reason: receiver general. Amount: 158. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/81  1568

Contents:
Date: 28 May. Paid by: Richard Bertie esq. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 50. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Smyth, dep.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/82  1568

Contents:
Date: 29 May. Paid by: Nicholas Gedney. For what reason: fine on surrender of Ancaster rectory. Amount: 8. 5. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/83  1568

Contents:
Date: 1 June. Paid by: Robert Sanderson. For what reason: collector of subsidies in parts of Holland. Amount: 224.19.11. Clerk: Ric. Smyth, dep.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/84  1568

Contents:
Date: 31 May. Paid by: Richard Disney, Esq. For what reason: sheriff. Amount: 111. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Smyth dep.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/85  1568

Contents:
Date: 1 June. Paid by: Richard Kedby. For what reason: Queen's bailiff. Amount: 7.10. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/86  1568

Contents:
Date: 4 June. Paid by: Edward Burton. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies, Flaxwell wapentake. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/87  1568

Contents:
Date: 4 June. Paid by: Andrew Hering. For what reason: bailiff of Bullington. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/88  1568

Contents:
Date: 22 June. Paid by: Wm. Pistor. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies in parts of Holland. Amount: 60. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/89  1568

Contents:
Date: 22 June. Paid by: Edmund Sexten, gent. For what reason: fine for lease of Wartnaby, co. Leic. part of the preceptory of Rothley. Amount: 16. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/90  1568

Contents:
Date: 29 June. Paid by: Henry Deathe. For what reason: Collector of lay Subsidies, Elloe. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Smyth.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/91  1568

Contents:
Date: 29 June. Paid by: Edmund Hall, esq. For what reason: fine for lease lands in Bourne. Amount: 14.17. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/92  1568

Contents:
Date: 30 June. Paid by: Anthony Cowper. For what reason: fine for lease in Toft, Newton, Messingham & E. Butterwick. Amount: 7. 2. 8. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/92a  1568

Contents:
Date: 1 July. Paid by: Thos. Sleford. For what reason: late collector of Subsidies, Kesteven. Amount: 84. 0. 0. Clerk: Ri. Candeler deput. Wm. Patten.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/93  1568

Contents:
Date: 1 July. Paid by: Thomas Winterborne. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies in Lincoln City. Amount: 37.12. 4. Clerk: Ric. Smyth dep.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/94  1568

Contents:
Date: 3 July. Paid by: Alexander Skynner esq. For what reason: Collector of customs & Subsidies, port of Boston. Amount: 11. 1. 6. Clerk: Ric. Smyth dep.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/95  1568

Contents:
Date: 3 July. Paid by: John Tarlton, esq. For what reason: the same. Amount: 12. 3. 8. Clerk: Ric. Smyth dep.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/96  1568

Contents:
Date: 3 July. Paid by: Thomas Sleford. For what reason: Collector subsidies, parts of Kesteven. Amount: 3. 0. 0. Clerk: Ri. Candeler dep. Wm. Patten.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/97  1568

Contents:
Date: 4 July. Paid by: Wm. Iveson. For what reason: fine for lease of mediety of Friskney chantry. Amount: 22. 2. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/98  1568

Contents:
Date: 6 July. Paid by: John Poste. For what reason: fine for lease of chantry of blessed Mary in Holbeach. Amount: 11. 6. 3. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/99  1568

Contents:
Date: 5 July. Paid by: Thomas St. Poll esq. For what reason: Fine on surrender of grange called Sowth howse in Kedington. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/100  1568

Contents:
Date: 6 July. Paid by: Wm. Roche. For what reason: Collector of subsidies, Kirton & Skirbeck. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/101  1568

Contents:
Date: 6 July. Paid by: Bp. of Peterborough. For what reason: Clerical tenths. Amount: 210. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Smyth dup.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/102  1568

Contents:
Date: 6 July. Paid by: Thomas Knyght & Wm. Yates. For what reason: late sheriffs for the city. Amount: 0.13.4; 2. 6. 8. Clerk: Ric. Smyth dup.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/103  1568

Contents:
Date: 6 July. Paid by: Rob. Sanderson. For what reason: Collector of subsidies, wap. of Loutheske. Amount: 200. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Smyth dup.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/104  1568

Contents:
Date: 7 July. Paid by: Richard Disney, esq. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 171. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Smyth dup.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/105  1568

Contents:
Date: 15 July. Paid by: Richard Welby, esq. For what reason: bailee of Nicholas Girlington, esq. Amount: 21. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Smyth dup.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/106  1568

Contents:
Date: 20 Oct. Paid by: Robert Dover. For what reason: fine for lease of lands in Winthorpe & Burgh. Amount: 5. 6. 8. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/107  1568

Contents:
Date: 23 Oct. Paid by: Bp. Peterboro'. For what reason: tenths for clergy missing in his diocese. Amount: missing. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/108  1568

Contents:
Date: 26 Oct. Paid by: Richard Read. For what reason: farmer of tenement in Thornton & Goxhill. Amount: 3. 6. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/109  1568

Contents:
Date: 10 Nov. Paid by: Richard Haywood, esq. For what reason: rent for common of pasture for 516 sheep in manor of Kelstern. Amount: 0.13. 4. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/110  1568

Contents:
Date: 16 Nov. Paid by: Wm. Muschamp gent. For what reason: fine for lease, lands called Yarrocotes. Amount: 18.13. 4. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/111  1568

Contents:
Date: 18 Nov. Paid by: Robert Saunderson. For what reason: Collector of subsidies in Wap. of Louthesk. Amount: 354. 8. 4. Clerk: Ric. Smyth.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/112  1568

Contents:
Date: 22 Nov. Paid by: Edward Burton. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies, waps. of Flaxwell & Langoe. Amount: 400. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Smyth dep.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/113  1568

Contents:
Date: 23 Nov. Paid by: Robert Saunderson. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies wap. of Louthesk. Amount: 0. 6. 8. Clerk: Ric. Smyth dep.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/114  1568

Contents:
Date: 24 Nov. Paid by: William Roche. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies wap. of Kirton & Skirbeck. Amount: 60. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Smyth dep.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/115  1568

Contents:
Date: 27 Nov. Paid by: Warden & 6 Assistants, Louth. For what reason: fee farm of the town. Amount: 84. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Smyth dep.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/116  1568

Contents:
Date: 27 Nov. Paid by: Edward Burton. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies wap. of Flaxwell & Langoe. Amount: 144. 8. 3. Clerk: Ric. Smyth dep.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/117  1568

Contents:
Date: 27 Nov. Paid by: Bp. of Peterborough. For what reason: Collector of Clerical subsidy in his diocese. Amount: 265. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Smyth dep.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/118  1568

Contents:
Date: 30 Nov. Paid by: Robert Saunderson esq. For what reason: fine for a lease surrendered in Toft, Normanby & Newton. Amount: 8.12. 5. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/119  1568

Contents:
Date: 3 Dec. Paid by: Bennet Serjiant. For what reason: fine for lease of Somercotes a capital messuage in Wootton. Amount: 15.18. 4. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/120  1568

Contents:
Date: 3 Dec. Paid by: Thomas Neale, esq. For what reason: fine of lease of land etc. Gosberton & Quadring. Amount: 20. 8. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/121  1568

Contents:
Date: 7 Dec. Paid by: Isabella Irby. For what reason: administrator of Thomas Irby late collector of Subsidies in parts of Holland. Amount: 18. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Smyth.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/122  1569

Contents:
Date: 1 Feb. Paid by: Thomas Appleyard. For what reason: for fine of lease cottage & land Ulceby. Amount: 9.12. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/123  1569

Contents:
Date: 3 Feb. Paid by: Anthony Cowper. For what reason: for fine for a lease of land in Appleby & Quadring. Amount: 11.17. 4. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/124  1569

Contents:
Date: 3 Feb. Paid by: Wm. Langton & Thomas Hanson. For what reason: late sheriffs of city of Lincoln. Amount: Missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/125  1569

Contents:
Date: 3 Feb. Paid by: The same. For what reason: The same. Amount: 13s. (part Missing missing).

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/126  1569

Contents:
Date: 4 Feb. Paid by: Geoffrey Cruys. For what reason: Fine of 2 cottages and land Swineshead. Amount: 3. 9. 8. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/127  1569

Contents:
Date: 8 Feb. Paid by: Wm. Stanley kt. lord Mounteagle. For what reason: The purchase of the reversion of a 3rd part of the site of the abbeys, houses & ? parks of Nocton Park, Markby, Greenfield. Amount: 200. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/128  1569

Contents:
Date: 18 Feb. Paid by: Thomas Morrison esq. For what reason: for fine for the lease of land in Binbrook & Grainthorpe & a messuage in Harpham co. York. Amount: 8.10.8. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/129  1569

Contents:
Date: 18 Feb. Paid by: John Tamworth, esq. For what reason: Receiver general for Subsidies of divers religious pensioners. Amount: 15. 4. 8. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/130  1569

Contents:
Date: 17 May. Paid by: Henry Durraunt. For what reason: Fine for lease of messuage in Holland called Clowt house. Amount: 24. 8. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/131  1569

Contents:
Date: 9 May. Paid by: Wm. Gabye. For what reason: Fine of lease of land in Whaplode. Amount: 2. 2. 8. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/132  1569

Contents:
Date: 20 May. Paid by: Robert Chadworth. For what reason: fine for lease of messuage in Mumby called Barlings things. Amount: 2. 7. 4. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/133  1569

Contents:
Date: 25 June. Paid by: Thomas Yeoman. For what reason: fine for lease of two messuages in Tallington. Amount: 11. 8. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/134  1569

Contents:
Date: 25 June. Paid by: Thomas Tapper. For what reason: fine for lease of two tenements and land in S. Witham. Amount: 7. 1. 6. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/135  1569

Contents:
Date: 7 July. Paid by: Thomas Yeoman. For what reason: fine for lease of "Iringham" & S. Ferriby. Amount: 14.13. 4. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/136  1571

Contents:
Date: 11 Feb. Paid by: Earl of Rutland. For what reason: for payment of Subsidy. Amount: 33. 6. 8. Clerk: Robert Freke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/137  1573

Contents:
Date: 23 Jan. Paid by: Bp. of Peterborough. For what reason: Collector of clerical subsidy. Amount: 368.19.2. Clerk: R. Hodgson dep. Henry Killigrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/138  1573

Contents:
Date: 17 Apl. Paid by: John Colvyle. For what reason: Collector of subsidies in wap. of Kirton. Amount: 69. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/139  1574

Contents:
Date: 27 Oct. Paid by: Robert Savage esq. For what reason: Sheriff. Amount: 53. 6. 8. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/140  1574

Contents:
Date: 9 Nov. Paid by: John Lockton, esq. For what reason: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/141  1574

Contents:
Date: 25 Nov. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of clerical tenths. Amount: 384. 10. 0.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/142  1574

Contents:
Date: 27 Nov. Paid by: Thomas South. For what reason: for a fine imposed on him. Amount: 5. 0. 0.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/143  1574

Contents:
Date: 27 Nov. Paid by: Wm. Hunston, esq. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 150. 0. 0.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/144  1574

Contents:
Date: 27 Nov. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Clerical tenths. Amount: 300. 0. 0.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/145  1574

Contents:
Date: 29 Nov. Paid by: Edward Burton, gent. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies wap. of Flaxwell. Amount: 50. 0. 0.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/146  1574

Contents:
Date: 4 Dec. Paid by: Earl of Lincoln. For what reason: arrears for manor of Louth. Amount: 296.19. 4.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/147  1574

Contents:
Date: 4 Dec. Paid by: Earl of Lincoln. For what reason: payment under bond. Amount: 40. 0. 0.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/148  1574

Contents:
Date: 4 Dec. Paid by: Earl of Lincoln. For what reason: the same. Amount: 40. 0. 0.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/149  1574

Contents:
Date: 4 Dec. Paid by: Earl of Lincoln. For what reason: for subsidies. Amount: 40. 0. 0.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/150  1574

Contents:
Date: 19 Dec. Paid by: William Hunston. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/151  1575

Contents:
Date: 26 Jan. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: arrears of tenths (incomplete). Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/152  1575

Contents:
Date: 4 Feb. Paid by: Warden & Six Assistant of Louth. For what reason: fee farm. Amount: 80. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/153  1575

Contents:
Date: 8 Feb. Paid by: Gabriel Whyte prebendary of Leighton Buzzard. For what reason: for clerical tenths. Amount: 6.17.7. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/154  1575

Contents:
Date: 10 Feb. Paid by: Earl of Rutland. For what reason: for subsidies. Amount: 33. 6. 8. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/155  1575

Contents:
Date: 10 Feb. Paid by: Earl of Rutland. For what reason: for subsidies. Amount: 33. 6. 8. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/156  1575

Contents:
Date: 12 Feb. Paid by: Robert Savile, esq. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 80. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/157  1575

Contents:
Date: 14 Feb. Paid by: Richard Moore, esq. For what reason: Receiver general for the manor of Tumby & tithes of Revesby. Amount: 4.16. 8. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/158  1575

Contents:
Date: 17 Feb. Paid by: Wm. Hunston esq. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 43. 8. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/159  1575

Contents:
Date: 10 Feb. Paid by: Wm. Ayscogh. For what reason: rent of manor & rectory of ? Owersby. Amount: 20. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/160  1575

Contents:
Date: 30 May. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: for tenths of rectory of Cottered, co. Hunt. Amount: 2.11. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/161  1575

Contents:
Date: 4 Nov. Paid by: Andrew Gedney, esq. For what reason: sheriff. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/162  1575

Contents:
Date: 4 Nov. Paid by: Matthew Cleyton. For what reason: for fine for lease of house & lands in Appleby. Amount: 11. 6. 8. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/163  1575

Contents:
Date: 14 Nov. Paid by: John Locketon esq. For what reason: for lands late Wm. Browne. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/164  1575

Contents:
Date: 17 Nov. Paid by: Nicholas Williamson. For what reason: fine for lease of lands in Pinchbeck. Amount: 21. 1.10. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/165  1575

Contents:
Date: 6 Dec. Paid by: Thomas Fisher. For what reason: fine for lease of lands in Gedney. Amount: 6.16. 9. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/166  1575

Contents:
Date: 6 Dec. Paid by: Robert Barkworth. For what reason: fine for lease of lands in Cockerington. Amount: 14. 8.10. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/167  1567

Contents:
Date: 11 Feb. Paid by: Robert Thope. For what reason: owed under recognizance in the Exchequer. Amount: 12. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/168  1567

Contents:
Date: 13 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of clerical tenths. Amount: 1000. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/169  1567

Contents:
Date: 13 Feb. Paid by: Edward Burton. For what reason: Collector of subsidies in hundred of Flaxwell. Amount: 50. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/170  1567

Contents:
Date: 13 Feb. Paid by: Robert Rysheforthe. For what reason: Sheriff of the City. Amount: 13. 4. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/171  1567

Contents:
Date: 13 Feb. Paid by: The same. For what reason: The same. Amount: 42. 6 8. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/172  1567

Contents:
Date: 13 Feb. Paid by: Men of Grimsby. For what reason: their account. Amount: 30.14. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/173  1567

Contents:
Date: 14 Feb. Paid by: Gabriel Whyte preb. of Leighton Buzzard. For what reason: Clerical tenths. Amount: 6. 7. 7½. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/174  1567

Contents:
Date: 14 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of clerical tenths. Amount: 62.14.6. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/175  1576

Contents:
Date: 25 May. Paid by: Richard Bertie. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 27. 8. 6. Clerk: H. Kylygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/176  1576

Contents:
Date: 6 June. Paid by: Robert Saunderson, esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidies waps. of Candleshoe, Wraggoe & Yarburgh. Amount: 500. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kylygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/177  1576

Contents:
Date: 26 May. Paid by: Men of Boston. For what reason: their account. Amount: 19. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kylygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/178  1576

Contents:
Date: 11 July. Paid by: Robert Saunderson, esq. For what reason: lay subsidies, Candleshoe, Wraggo, Yarborough. Amount: 300. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kylygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/179  1576

Contents:
Date: 16 July. Paid by: the same. For what reason: Collector as HILL 23/178. Amount: 22. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kylygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/180  1577

Contents:
Date: 27 Aug. Paid by: the same. For what reason: Collector as HILL 23/178. Amount: 340. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kylygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/181  1577

Contents:
Date: 7 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Ely. For what reason: Clerical Subsidies in his diocese. Amount: 275.11.3½. Clerk: H. Kylygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/182  1577

Contents:
Date: 11 Feb. Paid by: Earl of Rutland. For what reason: Collectors of Subsidies. Amount: 33. 6. 8. Clerk: R. Freke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/183  1577

Contents:
Date: 15 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Peterborough. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies. Amount: 366.14. 8. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/184  1577

Contents:
Date: 16 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of clerical subsidies. Amount: 1000. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/185  1577

Contents:
Date: 25 Feb. Paid by: Andrew Gedney. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 226. 3. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/186  1577

Contents:
Date: 21 May. Paid by: Robert Saunderson, esq. For what reason: Collectors of Subsidies wap. Candleshoe, Wraggo & Yarborough. Amount: 560. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/187  1577

Contents:
Date: 26 June. Paid by: The same as HILL 23/186. For what reason: the same as HILL 23/186. Amount: 256. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/188  1580

Contents:
Date: 12 Feb. Paid by: Christopher Lathorpe & Miles Hammond. For what reason: late sheriffs of the city of Lincoln. Amount: 73. 3. 8. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/189  1580

Contents:
Date: 18 Feb. Paid by: Edward Earl of Rutland. For what reason: for Subsidies. Amount: 45. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/190  1580

Contents:
Date: 18 Feb. Paid by: the same. For what reason: arrears of rent of Croxton. Amount: 45. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/191  1580

Contents:
Date: 27 Apl. Paid by: John Wharfe. For what reason: for fine of lease in Clixby. Amount: 3.13. 4. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/192  1580

Contents:
Date: 28 Apl. Paid by: John Farr. For what reason: fine of lease of lands in Kinmell Ferry & Owston, Haxey. Amount: 7. 1. 6. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/193  1580

Contents:
Date: 28 Apl. Paid by: George Chyrkyn. For what reason: lease of house in Tallington. Amount: 8. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/194  1580

Contents:
Date: 29 Apl. Paid by: John Farr. For what reason: lease in Kinmel Ferry, Haxey. Amount: 6. 6. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/195  1580

Contents:
Date: 2 May. Paid by: Christopher Beiston. For what reason: lease of house & land in Spalding. Amount: 4. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/196  1580

Contents:
Date: 9 May. Paid by: Richard Brigges. For what reason: Chantry of Benington. Amount: 13. 0.12. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/197  1580

Contents:
Date: 20 May. Paid by: Bp, of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of Clerical Subsidy. Amount: 105. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/198  1580

Contents:
Date: 14 May. Paid by: John Dethe. For what reason: late Collector of Subsidies. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/199  1580

Contents:
Date: 14 May. Paid by: Vincent Welby & John Welby. For what reason: fine for lease of land in Wainfleet. Amount: 15.10. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/200  1580

Contents:
Date: 17 May. Paid by: Robert Swete Wm. Deynley. For what reason: Fine for lease of messuages in Mumby, Wainfleet, Anderby. Amount: 2. 3. 8. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/201  1580

Contents:
Date: 17 June. Paid by: Richard More. For what reason: receiver of rents manor of N. Carlton. Amount: 3.18. 3. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/202  1580

Contents:
Date: 22 June. Paid by: Richard Smith. For what reason: fine of lease in Alesby, Swanland & Burnedale. Amount: 6. 4. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/203  1580

Contents:
Date: 27 June. Paid by: Thomas Morrison esq. For what reason: Collector of Subsidy, Louthesk wap. Amount: 160. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/204  1580

Contents:
Date: 27 June. Paid by: James Bedell. For what reason: fine of lands in Belton. Amount: 5. 0.10. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/205  1581

Contents:
Date: 20 Apl. Paid by: John Browne. For what reason: fine of lease of pasture in Spalding & Cowbit. Amount: 4. 4. 8. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/206  1581

Contents:
Date: 21 Apl. Paid by: Richard Moore. For what reason: farmer of tithes, Garthorpe N. Field. Amount: 1. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/207  1581

Contents:
Date: 6 May. Paid by: Richard Moore. For what reason: receiver general. Amount: 35. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/208  1581

Contents:
Date: 5 May. Paid by: faded. For what reason: Subsidies in waps. Kirton. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/209  1582

Contents:
Date: ?. Paid by: Bp. of Peterborough. For what reason: Clerical subsidy. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/210  1581

Contents:
Date: 27 Oct. Paid by: Francis Paynell esq. For what reason: Collector of Subsidy hundreds of Winnibriggs and Trehoo. Amount: 348. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kylligrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/211  1582

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: Richard Moore, gent. For what reason: receiver general tithes of Garthorpe north fields. Amount: 1. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/212  1582

Contents:
Date: 13 Nov. Paid by: John S. For what reason: missing. Amount: 24. 1. 0. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/213  1582

Contents:
Date: 26 Nov. Paid by: Edmund Yarbrough. For what reason: for collection of Subsidy. Amount: 2. 9. 4. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/214  1582

Contents:
Date: 26 Nov. Paid by: Robert Yates. For what reason: fine of lease of messuages in Thrunscoe. Amount: 4. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/215  n.d

Contents:
Date: No date. Paid by: Richard Askey & lands. For what reason: fine of house, scite in Panton or Ponton. Amount: 5.12. 6. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/216  1583

Contents:
Date: 22 Jan. Paid by: Richard Garrett. For what reason: fine of lease, lands in Haxey. Amount: 3.19. 6. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/217  1583

Contents:
Date: 7 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Peterborough & Charles Balam, gent. For what reason: Collector of clerical subsidies. Amount: 200. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew
For what reason: Collector of subsidies in Freebridge hundred co. Norfolk. Amount: 60. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/218  1583

Contents:
Date: 14 Feb. Paid by: George Alington, gent. For what reason: Collector of Subsidy, wap. Bradley Haverstoe. Amount: 122. 6. 1. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/219  1583

Contents:
Date: 23 Feb. Paid by: Warden & 6 Assistants, Louth. For what reason: fee farm. Amount: 84. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/220  1583

Contents:
Date: 15 Apl. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of clerical tenths. Amount: 80. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/221  1583

Contents:
Date: 19 Apl. Paid by: Warden & 6 Assistants, Louth. For what reason: Fee farm. Amount: 84. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/222  1583

Contents:
Date: 26 Apl. Paid by: Daniel Disney, esq. For what reason: Sheriff. Amount: 53. 6. 8. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/223  1583

Contents:
Date: 29 Apl. Paid by: John Deathe. For what reason: late collector of subsidies Kirton wap. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.
Paid by: Thomas Marche John Foster etc. For what reason: fine of admission to messuages & lands in Moulton. Amount: 14.10. 8. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/224  1583

Contents:
Date: 6 May. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collectors of tenths from clergy. Amount: 200. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/225  1583

Contents:
Date: 6 May. Paid by: Robert Carre, esq. For what reason: arrears of manor of Brothertoft. Amount: 5. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/226  1583

Contents:
Date: 8 May. Paid by: Richard Dowse, gent. For what reason: collector of subsidies, wap. of Kirton. Amount: 2. 2. 8. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/227  1583

Contents:
Date: 10 May. Paid by: Thomas White. For what reason: fine for lease of land in Weston & Cowbit. Amount: 6. 7. 4. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/228  1583

Contents:
Date: 11 May. Paid by: Thomas Ellys, esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidies wap. of Flaxwell. Amount: 200. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygew.
Paid by: Wm. Catesbye kt. For what reason: part of a sum assessed in the Star Chamber. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/229  1583

Contents:
Date: 10 May. Paid by: Bp. of Peterborough. For what reason: Collector of clerical subsidies. Amount: 174.12. 4. Clerk: H. Kyllygew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/230  1583

Contents:
Date: 13 May. Paid by: Nicholas Aldy, gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies wap. of ? Gartre. Amount: 52.17.8½. Clerk: H. Kyllygew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/231  1583

Contents:
Date: 16 May. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Tenths due from Gt. Gaddesden. Amount: 1. 0.2½. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/232  1583

Contents:
Date: 17 May. Paid by: Robert Carre, esq. For what reason: Arrears of manor of Brothertoft. Amount: 5. 0.0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/233  1583

Contents:
Date: 6 June. Paid by: Wm. Fitzwilliams. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 109.15.10. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/234  1583

Contents:
Date: 12 June. Paid by: Men of Grimsby. For what reason: their account. Amount: 30.13.0.
Paid by: Gt. Yarmouth. For what reason: their account. Amount: 27. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.
Paid by: Burgesses of Lynn. For what reason: their account. Amount: 41. 6. 2.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/235  1583

Contents:
Date: 14 June. Paid by: Thomas Emason & Roger Tonge. For what reason: late sheriffs of Lincoln city. Amount: 82. 3. 4. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/236  1583

Contents:
Date: 17 June. Paid by: men of Grimsby. For what reason: remainder of a/c. Amount: 36.11. 6. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.
Paid by: Wm. Fitzwilliams. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 15. 3. 1.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/237  1583

Contents:
Date: 18 Nov. Paid by: Warden & 6 Assistants, Louth. For what reason: fee of manor. Amount: 84. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/238  1584

Contents:
Date: 2 May. Paid by: Francis Tunstall. For what reason: farm of rectory of Lancaster. Amount: 2. 4. 4. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/239  1584

Contents:
Date: 3 May. Paid by: Robt. Carre, esq. For what reason: arrears of manor of Brothertoft. Amount: 5. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/240  1584

Contents:
Date: 9 May. Paid by: Katherine Thomas & Robert Pulvertoft. For what reason: fine of lease of the site of the manor and rectory of Wahplode. Amount: 20. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/241  1584

Contents:
Date: 13 May. Paid by: Wm. Gray. For what reason: fine for lease of messuage and land in Appleby. Amount: 6. 6. 3. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/242  1584

Contents:
Date: 18 May. Paid by: Thomas Cooper late bishop. For what reason: Collector of Clerical tenths. Amount: 1000. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/243  1584

Contents:
Date: 20 May. Paid by: Wm. Fitzwilliams esq. For what reason: for fine of lease of liberty in Holbeach. Amount: 13. 4. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/244  1584

Contents:
Date: 22 May. Paid by: Wm. Foster. For what reason: Fine for lease of pasture in Belton. Amount: 41.10. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/245  1584

Contents:
Date: 28 May. Paid by: Thomas Tyldesly Roger Tildesley Robert Tildesley. For what reason: fine for lease, land in Crowle. Amount: 0.12. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/246  1584

Contents:
Date: 29 May. Paid by: Edward Earl of Lincoln. For what reason: fine for lease, land in Crowle. Amount: 3.10. 4. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/247  1584

Contents:
Date: 8 July. Paid by: Executors of John Death, Wm. Pulvertoft, & Anthony Irby. For what reason: for composition for a recognizance. Amount: 3. 6. 8. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/248  1584

Contents:
Date: 8 July. Paid by: Daniel Disney, esq. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 212.12. 6. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/249  1584

Contents:
Date: 9 July. Paid by: Richard Ogle, esq. For what reason: fine of lease of manor of Spalding. Amount: 26.13. 4. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/250  1584

Contents:
Date: 13 July. Paid by: Thomas Kirkham, gent. For what reason: fine of lease of the tenement called the Nonnes and lands in Grimsby. Amount: 6.13. 4. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/251  1584

Contents:
Date: 13 July. Paid by: Christopher Edwards. For what reason: fine for lease of messuage and land in Appleby. Amount: 4.12. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/252  1584

Contents:
Date: 15 July. Paid by: Geo. Hobson. For what reason: fine of lease of 2 messuages and lands in Spalding & Pinchbeck. Amount: 4.17. 4. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/253  1584

Contents:
Date: 17 July. Paid by: Clement Smyth. For what reason: fine of lease of pasture in Moulton. Amount: 2. 6. 8. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/254  1584

Contents:
Date: 18 July. Paid by: Thomas Anston. For what reason: fine of lease of land in Osbournby. Amount: 3.12. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/255  1584

Contents:
Date: 24 Aug. Paid by: Richard Ogle esq. For what reason: Lease of lands in Pinchbeck & Moulton. Amount: 4. 8.10. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/256  1584

Contents:
Date: 27 Nov. Paid by: Bp. Peterboro'. For what reason: clerical tenths. Amount: 130. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/257  1584

Contents:
Date: 28 Nov. Paid by: Wm. Savell esq. For what reason: due on recog. in exchequer. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/258  1585

Contents:
Date: 11 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Peterboro'. For what reason: Collector of clerical tenths. Amount: 250.10. 6. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/259  1585

Contents:
Date: 13 Feb. Paid by: Men of Grimsby. For what reason: their account. Amount: 41.13. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/260  1585

Contents:
Date: 3 Feb. Paid by: Thomas Hodgeson ? Lincoln. For what reason: To use his art as butcher. Amount: 0.13. 4. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/261  1585

Contents:
Date: 6 May. Paid by: Edward Dymock kt. For what reason: Sheriff. Amount: 53. 6. 8. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/262  1585

Contents:
Date: 13 May. Paid by: Warden & Assistants Louth. For what reason: fee farm. Amount: 84. 4. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/263  1585

Contents:
Date: 15 May. Paid by: Edward Dymocke, kt. For what reason: missing. Amount: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/264  1585

Contents:
Date: 22 May. Paid by: Executor of Lord Clinton. For what reason: Subsidy. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/265  1585

Contents:
Date: 22 May. Paid by: Executor of Lord Clinton. For what reason: Arrears of manor of Crowle. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/266  1585

Contents:
Date: 16 June. Paid by: Arthur Hall. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies in Kesteven. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Freke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/267  n.d

Contents:
Paid by: Francis ? Deane. For what reason: fine for lease in Alvingham, Cockerington. Amount: 1.17. 8. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/268  1585

Contents:
Date: 19 Oct. Paid by: Thomas Ellys. For what reason: Collector of lay subsidies in wap. Flaxwell. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/269  1585

Contents:
Date: 23 Oct. Paid by: Martin Brighouse gent. For what reason: collector subsidy Spital & Caistor. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Freke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/270  1585

Contents:
Date: 4 Nov. Paid by: Men of Grimsby. For what reason: their account. Amount: 41.13. 0. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/271  1585

Contents:
Date: 6 Nov. Paid by: Executors of Ralph Durynton. For what reason: late bailiff of St. John of Jerusalem. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/272  1585

Contents:
Date: 15 Nov. Paid by: John Walpoole, esq. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies wap. of Elloe. Amount: 228. 2. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/273  1585

Contents:
Date: 18 Nov. Paid by: Nicholas Thorndike gent. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies in Louthesk. Amount: 23.11. 3. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/274  1585

Contents:
Date: 22 Nov. Paid by: Edward Tirwhitt, esq. For what reason: for non attendance at church and hearing mass for Wm. lord Vause, the same. Amount: 20. 0 0; 28. 5 9. Clerk: H. Kyllygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/275  1585

Contents:
Date: 25 Nov. Paid by: Richard Smyth. For what reason: collector of subsidies. Amount: 23. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/276  1585

Contents:
Date: 26 Nov. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of clerical tenths. Amount: 877.18.11. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/277  1586

Contents:
Date: 26 Jan. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: tenths of rectory of Cottered. Amount: 2. 0. 10½. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/278  1586

Contents:
Date: 31 Jan. Paid by: Elizabeth Manning & Richard Boothe. For what reason: fine for lease of fishery called Weele, & Lytelefeld. Amount: 6. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/279  1586

Contents:
Date: 5 Feb. Paid by: Richard Smyth & Augustine Gabitas. For what reason: late sheriffs, Lincoln city. Amount: 13. 4; 2. 6. 8. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/280  1586

Contents:
Date: 5 Feb. Paid by: Matthew Gamelyn esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidy. Amount: 228. 3. 8. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/281  1586

Contents:
Date: 11 Feb. Paid by: Edward Tyrwhitt. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 227.19. 0. Clerk: W. Sugden dep. H. Killygrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/282  1586

Contents:
Date: 22 Apr. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Tenths from rectory of Bradfield co. Hertford. Amount: 0. 0.12. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/283  1586

Contents:
Date: 14 Apr. Paid by: Daniel Disney & Wm. Staunton. For what reason: re Clixby. Amount: 50. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/284  1586

Contents:
Date: 10 May. Paid by: Martin Brighouse. For what reason: Collector of subsidies. Spital & Caistor. Amount: 176. 4. 1. Clerk: R. Freke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/285  1586

Contents:
Date: 3 May. Paid by: Martin Brighouse gent. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies Spital & Caistor. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Freke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/286  1586

Contents:
Date: 13 May. Paid by: Wm. Heneage esq. For what reason: Sheriff. Amount: 6. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/287  1586

Contents:
Date: 22 May. Paid by: Lord Clinton's executors. For what reason: Arrears for the site of the manor of Sempringham. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/288  1586

Contents:
Date: 9 June. Paid by: Thomas Morrison esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidy Louthesk. Amount: 200. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/289  1586

Contents:
Date: 10 June. Paid by: Nicholas Thorndick. For what reason: Collector of subsidy Wraggoe. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/290  1586

Contents:
Date: 15 June. Paid by: Vincent Welby gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidy. Wap. of Candelshoe. Amount: 237. 6. 7. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/291  1586

Contents:
Date: 16 June. Paid by: Nicholas Thorndick. For what reason: Collector of subsidy Wap. of Wraggoe. Amount: 91. 6. 1. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/292  1586

Contents:
Date: 22 June. Paid by: Thomas Morrison esq. For what reason: Collector of Subsidy Wap. of Louthesk. Amount: 361.16. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/293  1588

Contents:
Date: 29 Nov. Paid by: John Trye esq. For what reason: for a fine against recognizance taken by the lords of the Council. Amount: 30. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/294  1589

Contents:
Date: 1 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of clerical tenths. Amount: 623. 1.10. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/295  1589

Contents:
Date: 14 Feb. Paid by: John Horton esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidies in parts of Holland. Amount: 12.13. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/296  1589

Contents:
Date: 20 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of subsidies. Amount: 800. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/297  1591

Contents:
Date: 25 Oct. Paid by: Edmund Lord Sheffield. For what reason: fine for lease of lands in Conesby ? & "Tryffe". Amount: 4. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/298  1591

Contents:
Date: 6 Nov. Paid by: Edward Bilsby esq. For what reason: the rent of two parts of the manor of Bilsby & money due from land of John Thymolby recusant. Amount: 25. 13. 4. Clerk: W. Sugden dep. H. Killigrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/299  1591

Contents:
Date: 13 Nov. Paid by: Robert Dacre senior, esq. For what reason: fee farm manor of New Sleaford. Amount: 60. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Sugden dep. H. Killigrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/300  1591

Contents:
Date: 16 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Nicholas Clerk. For what reason: for the 10th part of the vicarage of Harrowden co. Northant. Amount: 1. 6. 8. Clerk: W. Sugden dep. H. Killigrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/301  1591

Contents:
Date: 23 Nov. Paid by: Robert Johnson of N. Luffenham. For what reason: For a recog. in the Exchequer. Amount: 48. 13.4. Clerk: W. Sugden dep. H. Killigrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/302  1591

Contents:
Date: 24 Nov. Paid by: Bp. of Peterboro'. For what reason: Collector of benevolents. Amount: 201. 4. 0. Clerk: W. Sugden dep. H. Killigrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/303  1591

Contents:
Date: 24 Nov. Paid by: Edward Morrison esq. For what reason: for a recog. Amount: 32. 5. 8. Clerk: H. Killigrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/304  1591

Contents:
Date: 24 Nov. Paid by: Bp. of Peterboro'. For what reason: Collector of subsidy. Amount: 377. 0. 0. Clerk: H. Killigrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/305  1591

Contents:
Date: 26 Nov. Paid by: Stephen Rogers. For what reason: fine for lease of messuage in Pinchbeck. Amount: 5.16. 8. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/306  1591

Contents:
Date: 6 Dec. Paid by: Thomas Thorp. For what reason: collector of subsidies ? Candelshoe. Amount: 50. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Sugden Dep. H. Killigrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/307  1592

Contents:
Date: 28 Jan. Paid by: Edmund Wright. For what reason: For fine for lease of lands in Tallington. Amount: 3. 6. 0. Clerk: R. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/308  1592

Contents:
Date: 3 Feb. Paid by: Robert Calford. For what reason: For fine for lease of land in Spalding & Weston. Amount: 5. 9. 6. Clerk: R. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/309  1592

Contents:
Date: 4 Feb. Paid by: Stephen Gatworde gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Lincoln City. Amount: 78. 8.10. Clerk: R. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/310  1592

Contents:
Date: 3 Feb. Paid by: Wm. Etherege. For what reason: fine of a lease of land in Spalding. Amount: 5. 8. 0. Clerk: R. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/311  1592

Contents:
Date: 15 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of clerical subsidy. Amount: 1066. 0. 3. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/312  1592

Contents:
Date: 14 Feb. Paid by: Wm. Wray esq. For what reason: fine for lease of close etc. in Epworth and Crowle. Amount: 23. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/313  1592

Contents:
Date: 16 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector clerical tenths. Amount: 368.17. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/314  1592

Contents:
Date: 11 Feb. Paid by: Wm. FitzWilliams esq. For what reason: Collector of Subsidies Calceworth. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/315  1592

Contents:
Date: 16 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Peterboro'. For what reason: Collector of clerical tenths. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Sugden dep. H. Killigrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/316  1592

Contents:
Date: 28 Feb. Paid by: Richard More esq. For what reason: Receiver general. Amount: 217. 6. 3. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/317  1592

Contents:
Date: 22 Mar. Paid by: Robert Davenporte gent. For what reason: Fine of a lease of reversion of rectories of Kirton & Donnington. Amount: 78. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/318  1592

Contents:
Date: 25 Apr. Paid by: no name. For what reason: Receiver General tithe in Crowle & Luddington. Amount: 15. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/319  1592

Contents:
Date: 2 May. Paid by: Men of Grimsby. For what reason: Account. Amount: 41.13. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/320  1592

Contents:
Date: 3 May. Paid by: Bp. of Peterboro'. For what reason: Clerical subsidy. Amount: 75.12. 6. Clerk: W. Sugden dep. H. Killigrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/321  1592

Contents:
Date: 8 May. Paid by: Charles Hussey esq. For what reason: Sheriff for issues of lands of Edw. Rigges, Gregory Wolmer, Thomas Clinton & Edw. Carr. Amount: 103. 9 6. Clerk: W. Sugden dep. H. Killigrew.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/322  1592

Contents:
Date: 9 May. Paid by: Warden & 6 assistants Louth. For what reason: fee farm. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/323  1592

Contents:
Date: 30 May. Paid by: Martin Brighouse esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidies. Wap. of Manley. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/324  1592

Contents:
Date: 1 June. Paid by: Robert Saunderson, esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidy. Wap. of Aveland. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.
Paid by: Roger Tasker. For what reason: Collector of subsidy Havering co. Essex. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/325  1592

Contents:
Date: 7 June. Paid by: Thomas Tildesley gent. For what reason: bailiff of Crowle for his office. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/326  1592

Contents:
Date: 10 June. Paid by: Francis Crene gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidy wap. of Horncastle. Amount: 118. 8. 0½. Clerk: W. Sugden etc.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/327  1592

Contents:
Date: 13 June. Paid by: Thomas Romfurthe. For what reason: Collector of Subsidy Louthesk. Amount: 70.11. 9. Clerk: W. Sugden etc.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/328  1592

Contents:
Date: 14 June. Paid by: Mathew Simson. For what reason: fine for lease bovate in Carthorpe. Amount: 1.10. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/329  1592

Contents:
Date: 14 July. Paid by: Thomas Sicke sen. & junior. For what reason: lease of part of manor of Hogsthorpe fine for lease land in Skillington. Amount: 7.4. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley
Paid by: John Myles. Amount: 6. 0. 0.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/330  1592

Contents:
Date: 17 Oct. Paid by: Richard More esq. For what reason: Receiver general, rent of rectory of Sutton. Amount: 21. 8. 0. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/331  1592

Contents:
Date: 16 Nov. Paid by: Charles Hussey, esq. For what reason: Sheriff - issues of lands of Edward Rigges, Wm. Rigges, Michael Sherrington, Gregory Wolmer, Thomas Clinton, Edward Carr, Henry Sydney kt., Anthony Irby in the Kings hands. Amount: 150. 5. 4. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/332  1592

Contents:
Date: 18 Nov. Paid by: Anthony Southill. For what reason: for a recog. Amount: 4. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/333  1592

Contents:
Date: 10 Nov. Paid by: Edward Dynocke kt. For what reason: Collector of subsidies on assignment from Henry Fitzwilliams in Kesteven & issues of manor of Scrivelsby. Amount: 89. 3. 4. Clerk: Edw. Carye.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/334  1592

Contents:
Date: 21 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Lawson. For what reason: Collector of Subsidy Wraggoe & Hill. Amount: 49. 9.10. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/335  1592

Contents:
Date: 22 Nov. Paid by: Edward Maddyson esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidy Caistor. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: Edw. Carye.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/336  1592

Contents:
Date: 29 Nov. Paid by: Charles Hussey. For what reason: late sheriff - for missing John Thymolby, Thomas Allitt & John Moreley recusants. Amount: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/337  1592

Contents:
Date: 30 Nov. Paid by: Martin Brighowse esq. For what reason: Collector subsidy wap. of Lawres, Manley [...] & Sessions de Spital. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/338  1592

Contents:
Date: 2 Dec. Paid by: Robt. Saunderson esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidy Aveland. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/339  1593

Contents:
Date: 29 Jan. Paid by: Wm. ? avyson. For what reason: Collector of Subsidy in Waps. Kirton and Elloe. Amount: 217. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/340  1593

Contents:
Date: 6 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of Subsidy. Amount: 550. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/341  1593

Contents:
Date: 7 Feb. Paid by: John Littlebury esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Louth district. Amount: 60. 0. 0. Clerk: Edw. Carye.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/342  1593

Contents:
Date: 12 Feb. Paid by: Men of Grimsby. For what reason: Their acct. Amount: 41.13. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/343  1593

Contents:
Date: 8 Feb. Paid by: Warden & 6 Assistants Louth. For what reason: fee farm. Amount: 84. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/344  1593

Contents:
Date: 10 Feb. Paid by: Richard Rosseter. For what reason: Collector of subsidy Yarborough. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/345  1593

Contents:
Date: 22 Feb. Paid by: Thomas Grunden? & John ?. For what reason: Collector of free socage. Amount: 11.15. 4. Clerk: Ric. Stonley.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/346  1593

Contents:
Date: 23 May. Paid by: Octavian Fisher, gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidy Beltisloe. Amount: 251.16. 4. Clerk: Ed. Carye.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/347  1595

Contents:
Date: 24 May. Paid by: George Metham gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidy Louth. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/348  1595

Contents:
Date: 28 May. Paid by: William Rigdon. For what reason: Collector of Subsidy Beltisloe. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/349  1595

Contents:
Date: 28 May. Paid by: Wm. Rigdon. For what reason: Collector of subsidy in parts of Holland Kirton hundred. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/350  1595

Contents:
Date: 30 May. Paid by: Hamond Upton. For what reason: Collector of subsidy Horncastle Session. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/351  1595

Contents:
Date: 4 June. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of clerical subsidy. Amount: 596.18.5. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/352  1595

Contents:
Date: 20 June. Paid by: Thomas Carter rector of Sharnford co. Leic. For what reason: For payment of clerical subsidy. Amount: 0.18.0. Clerk: R. Taillor.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/353  1600

Contents:
Date: 9 Feb. Paid by: Leon Hollingworth. For what reason: Collector of subsidy Lincoln City. Amount: 117. 7. 4. Clerk: Thomas Tasburgh.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/354  1600

Contents:
Date: 11 Feb. Paid by: Thomas Dornell esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidy Horncastle session. Amount: 150. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Tasburgh.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/355  1600

Contents:
Date: 21 Feb. Paid by: Octavian Fisher gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies in wap. of Aveland. Amount: 120. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Tasburgh.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/356  1600

Contents:
Date: 21 June. Paid by: Thomas Skendleby gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidy Manley wap. Amount: 108.19.6. Clerk: Thomas Tasburgh.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/356A  1600

Contents:
Date: 16 Oct. Paid by: Receiver General. For what reason: rents of Fenhall, Whaplode. Amount: 2. 10. 0. Clerk: Edw. Carye.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/357  1602

Contents:
Date: 3 May. Paid by: Christopher Hillyard esq. For what reason: incomplete. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/358  1603

Contents:
Date: 24 Nov. Paid by: Edward Ascough. For what reason: due on recognizance in Exchequer. Amount: 13. 6. 8. Clerk: Edw. Carye.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/359  1604

Contents:
Date: 8 Feb. Paid by: Robert Brockolme gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Manley. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/360  1605

Contents:
Date: 18 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Jolley. For what reason: fine for lease of messuage in Mumby. Amount: 34. 0.16. Clerk: Edw. Carye.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/361  1607

Contents:
Date: 20 Nov. Paid by: John Booth, gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidy, Yarborough wap. Amount: missing. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/362  1607

Contents:
Date: 16 Nov. Paid by: John Thorold, esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Aveland. Amount: 255. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/363  1607

Contents:
Date: 16 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Lambert kt. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Calceworth. Amount: missing. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/364  1607

Contents:
Date: 24 Nov. Paid by: Edward Heron. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Lawress. Amount: £200. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/365  1607

Contents:
Date: 30 Nov. Paid by: Richard Read. For what reason: Collector of subsidy Elloe & Kirton. Amount: missing. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/366a  1608

Contents:
Date: 10 Feb. Paid by: John Boothe gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies, wap. of Yarborough. Amount: 81.15.10. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/366b  1608

Contents:
Date: 11 Feb. Paid by: John Harrison John Porter. For what reason: due on bond. Amount: 20. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/366c  1608

Contents:
Date: ?1 Feb. Paid by: John Thorold. For what reason: Collector of subdies Aveland. Amount: 170. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/366d  1609

Contents:
Date: 24 May. Paid by: Leonard Carr gent. For what reason: Ale house licences. Amount: 23.19.6.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/366e  1609

Contents:
Date: 22 May. Paid by: Robert Smyth. For what reason: Control of alehouses. Amount: 150. 0.0.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/366f  1609

Contents:
Date: 13 May. Paid by: Richard Ogle esq. For what reason: Sheriff. Amount: 53.16.8.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/366g  1609

Contents:
Date: 11 May. Paid by: Bp. of Peterboro'. For what reason: Clerical subsidy. Amount: 285.11.0. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/367  1609

Contents:
Date: 3 May. Paid by: Thomas Beamonte kt. For what reason: farmer of 2 parts manor of Bracebridge possession of Henry Sapcote recusant farmer of decoy fee. Amount: 1.11.2. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/368  1609

Contents:
Date: 3 May. Paid by: Robert Peal, Wm. Gerard kts. For what reason: farms. Amount: 24.0. 0.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/369  1608

Contents:
Date: 3 May. Paid by: Robt. Goodhall junior, gent. For what reason: Two parts of manor of Irnham. Amount: 60. 2. 0.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/370  1608

Contents:
Date: 3 May. Paid by: Thomas Morrison. For what reason: for rent of 2 parts Thorpe Hall. Amount: 6.13. 4. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/371  1608

Contents:
Date: 30 June. Paid by: Commissioner for. For what reason: knighting of King's eldest son. Amount: 43. 1. 6. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/372  1609

Contents:
Date: 28 June. Paid by: Richard Ogle kt. For what reason: Sheriff, for sale of woods & arbours. Amount: 264. 4.10. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/373  1609

Contents:
Date: 29 June. Paid by: Commissioner. For what reason: for aid to marry the King's son. Amount: 55.17. 2. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/374  1609

Contents:
Date: 19 June. Paid by: Richard Wallies 9s. Bartholomew Hodgson 26s.8d. John Mason 26s.8d. For what reason: Customary tenants manor of Baston for composition for their services. Amount: 3. 2. 4. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/375  1609

Contents:
Date: 15 July. Paid by: John Coker. For what reason: for collector of debts for compositions made for futures. Amount: 2. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/376  1609

Contents:
Date: 15 July. Paid by: Christopher Rosseter gent. Clerk of Peace, Kesteven. For what reason: for sealing with the common seal divers licences for the guardianship of houses called ale houses. Amount: 16. 9. 0. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/377  1609

Contents:
Date: 15 July. Paid by: Wm. Welby kt. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 173. 8. 10. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/378  1609

Contents:
Date: 11 July. Paid by: Commissioners for aids. For what reason: to knighting the King's eldest son, city of Lincoln, Geoffrey Wilson, mayor. Amount: 2. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/379  1609

Contents:
Date: 11 July. Paid by: Edward Dymoke kt. For what reason: for a recognizance in the Exchequer court. Amount: 20. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/380  1609

Contents:
Date: 7 July. Paid by: Gervase Helwisse kt. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 60. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/381  1609

Contents:
Date: 7 July. Paid by: Richard Molyneux. For what reason: Receiver general, duchy of Lancaster receipts for woods sold. Amount: 738. 0. 4. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/382  1609

Contents:
Date: 10 July. Paid by: John Blewytt esq. For what reason: due on a recongizance before the Barons of the exchequer. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/383  1609

Contents:
Date: 10 July. Paid by: Leonard Mickelborough gent. For what reason: clerk of the Peace, town of Louth, for sealing etc. of Ale house licences. Amount: 19.13. 4. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/384  1609

Contents:
Date: 2 Aug. Paid by: Christopher Hord gent. For what reason: for sale of trees. Amount: 50. 3 9. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/385  1609

Contents:
Date: 8 Sept. Paid by: Richard Sapcie. For what reason: collector of rents late Stonefield Priory. Amount: 20. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Watson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/386  1609

Contents:
Date: 28 Nov. Paid by: Helen lady Dornell administratrix of Thomas Darnell kt. For what reason: Receiver general. Amount: £600. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/387  1609

Contents:
Date: 28 Nov. Paid by: Roger Rant esq. For what reason: debts on recognizance. Amount: £40. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/388  1609

Contents:
Date: 28 Nov. Paid by: Roger Rant esq. For what reason: late receiver general. Amount: 33. 6. 8. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/389  1609

Contents:
Date: 2 Dec. Paid by: Henry Wood esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Aveland. Amount: 150. 0. 0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/390  1609

Contents:
Date: 6 Dec. Paid by: Henry Wood. For what reason: Aveland and otherwise in Holland & Kesteven. Amount: 71. 8. 7. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/391  1609

Contents:
Date: 6 Dec. Paid by: Henry Wood. For what reason: Aveland and otherwise in Holland & Kesteven. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/392  1609

Contents:
Date: 6 Dec. Paid by: George Lathom gt. For what reason: the same as HILL 23/391 Elloe & Kirton. Amount: 721. 8. 7. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/393  1609

Contents:
Date: 7 Dec. Paid by: Henry Cholmeley kt. For what reason: composition and purchase of manor of Burton & Collow close in Bitchfield. Amount: 78. 8.11. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/394  1609

Contents:
Date: 14 Dec. Paid by: Thomas Lambert kt. For what reason: Collector of subsidies in wapentakes of Calceworth. Amount: 790.14. 7. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/395  1609

Contents:
Date: 23 Dec. Paid by: Thomas Dallison kt. For what reason: Collector of subsidies wap. of Manley. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/396  1610

Contents:
Date: 8 Feb. Paid by: Henry Wood, esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Kesteven & Holland. Amount: 4. 0. 0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/397  1610

Contents:
Date: 8 Feb. Paid by: John Porter esq. For what reason: Receiver general in Lincs. Amount: 721.13.4. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/398  1610

Contents:
Date: 12 Feb. Paid by: Wm. Faunte kt. For what reason: Payment on a recognizance. Amount: 40. 0.0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/399  1610

Contents:
Date: 12 Feb. Paid by: Roger Rant esq. For what reason: Receiver general in Lincs. - arrears. Amount: 33. 6.8. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/400  1610

Contents:
Date: 13 Feb. Paid by: John Oldfield, jun. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Manley wap. Amount: 120. 2.2. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/401  1610

Contents:
Date: 21 Apr. Paid by: Miles Sandy kt. For what reason: Rent of a warren and windmill in Haxey. Amount: 1.11.8. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/402  1610

Contents:
Date: 23 Apr. Paid by: Richard Nelthorpe gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Yarboro' wap. Amount: 14. 0.0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/403  1610

Contents:
Date: 24 Apr. Paid by: Receiver general for Lincs. For what reason: for rents in Buringham. Amount: 4. 0.0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/403A  1610

Contents:
Date: 25 Apr. Paid by: Nicholas Hamerton & Edward Aston. For what reason: For a recognizance. Amount: 10. 0.0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/404  1610

Contents:
Date: 26 Apr. Paid by: Edmund Sheffield, kt. For what reason: farm of capital messuage & scite, part of manor of Epworth. Amount: 1. 0.0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/405  1610

Contents:
Date: 30 Apr. Paid by: Wm. Peachell gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies in wap. of Aveland. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/406  1610

Contents:
Date: 22 May. Paid by: Vincent Skinner, kt. For what reason: for tithes of Burnham Grange. Amount: 3. 0. 0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/407  1610

Contents:
Date: 25 May. Paid by: Lady Helen Darnell widow. For what reason: administratrix of Thomas D. late receiver general. Amount: 280. 0. 0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/407A  1610

Contents:
Date: 26 May. Paid by: Thomas Dallison kt. For what reason: For a recognizance. Amount: 82.18.2½. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/408  1610

Contents:
Date: 20 June. Paid by: Wm. Burnby gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies in waps. Ness, Langoe etc. Amount: 320. 0.0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/409  1610

Contents:
Date: 20 June. Paid by: Robert Doughty gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Candleshoe wap. Amount: 72. 2.4. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/410  1610

Contents:
Date: 18 June. Paid by: Henry Wood esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Manley. Amount: 200. 0.0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/411  1610

Contents:
Date: 27 Apr. Paid by: Executors of Bp. Chadderton. For what reason: missing. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/412  1610

Contents:
Date: 29 Apr. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: missing. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/413  1610

Contents:
Date: 3 May. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: re subsidies. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/413A  1610

Contents:
Date: 30 May. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Clerical subsidies. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/414  1610

Contents:
Date: 30 May. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: for tithes of Cran[field] co. Bed. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/415  1610

Contents:
Date: 10 June. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: collecting of clerical subsidies. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/416  1610

Contents:
Date: 10 June. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: clerical subsidies. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/417  1610

Contents:
Date: 11 June. Paid by: Cecil Hull esq. & John Porter. For what reason: under forfeiture and bond. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/418  1610

Contents:
Date: 11 June. Paid by: Edmund Bussey kt. For what reason: under forfeiture and bond. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/419  1611

Contents:
Date: 18 June. Paid by: Rowland Lilly. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Lincoln City. Amount: 33.15.6. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/420  1611

Contents:
Date: 21 June. Paid by: Wm. Burnby gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Kesteven & Holland. Amount: 50. 0.0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/420A  1611

Contents:
Date: 21 June. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Clerical subsidies. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/421  1611

Contents:
Date: 27 June. Paid by: Wm. Burnby, gt. For what reason: Collector of subsidies. Amount: 21. 9.1. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/422  1611

Contents:
Date: 29 June. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of clerical subsidies. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/422A  1611

Contents:
Date: 7 Nov. Paid by: Receiver General. For what reason: farm of land in Burringham. Amount: 4. 4.0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/423  1611

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: Edmund Sheffield kt. For what reason: farm of a capital messuage & scites, part of manor of Epworth. Amount: 1. 0.0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/424  1611

Contents:
Date: 9 Nov. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Clerical subsidies. Amount: 25. 6.7½. Clerk: ?.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/425  1611

Contents:
Date: 18 Nov. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: clerical subsidies. Amount: 168. 3.5½. Clerk: ?.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/426  1611

Contents:
Date: 24 Nov. Paid by: Wm. Luddington gent. For what reason: late Collector of subsidies no district. Amount: 79.11.10½. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/427  1611

Contents:
Date: 25 Nov. Paid by: Roger Rant esq. For what reason: for a recognizance & debt. Amount: 140. 0.0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/427A  1611

Contents:
Date: 25 Nov. Paid by: Roger Rant esq. For what reason: receiver general. Amount: 23. 6.8. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/428  1611

Contents:
Date: 30 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Dallyson. For what reason: debt and recognizance. Amount: 66.13.4.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/428A  1611

Contents:
Date: 3 Dec. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: clerical subsidies. Amount: 88. 7.6. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/429  1612

Contents:
Date: 6 Jan. Paid by: Edmund Lord Sheffield. For what reason: part payment of debt. Amount: 100. 0.0. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/430  1612

Contents:
Date: 27 Jan. Paid by: Wm. Boothe, esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidies parts of Lindsey. Amount: 3. 0.0. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/431  1612

Contents:
Date: 8 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of Clerical subsidies. Amount: 612. 6.0. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/432  1612

Contents:
Date: 13 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: for tenths of Wintringham. Amount: 5. 6.0. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/433  1612

Contents:
Date: 25 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: tenths of Denham co. Bucks. Amount: 1.18.11½. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/434  1612

Contents:
Date: 19 Feb. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: clerical subsidies. Amount: 408. 4.0. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/435  1612

Contents:
Date: 29 Apr. Paid by: John Fitzwilliams esq. For what reason: missing. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/436  1612

Contents:
Date: 29 Apr. Paid by: Thomas Beamont kt. For what reason: farm of manor of Br..... Amount: missing. Clerk: missing
See HILL 23/496.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/437  1612

Contents:
Date: 29 Apr. Paid by: Richard Coningsby kt. For what reason:.... Luddington. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/438  1612

Contents:
Date: 2 May. Paid by: John Shawe gent. For what reason: farmer of 2 parts of manor of Holme possession of Edward Morley gent. Amount: 2. 0.0. Clerk: Tho. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/439  1612

Contents:
Date: 2 May. Paid by: Roger Booth gent. For what reason: farmer of lands in Saxby of Goddard Booth recusant. Amount: 0.15.0. Clerk: Tho. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/440  1612

Contents:
Date: 4 May. Paid by: Thomas Webber gent. For what reason: Farm of 2 messuages in Harrington part of possessions of Elizabeth Copledike widow recusant. Amount: 11. 6.0. Clerk: Tho. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/441  1612

Contents:
Date: 4 May. Paid by: Nicholas Bookerwood esq. For what reason: farm of 2 pts. of manor of Immingham part of possessions of Eliz. Tirwhit widow recusant. Amount: 50. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/442  1612

Contents:
Date: 9 May. Paid by: Robert Tirwhit esq. For what reason: Sheriff. Amount: 53. 6.8. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/443  1612

Contents:
Date: 16 May. Paid by: Hamon Whichcote, kt. For what reason: For a recognizance. Amount: 82.18.6½. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/444  1612

Contents:
Date: 18 May. Paid by: Wm. Wray kt. For what reason: Collector of ? in Lincs. Amount: 300. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/445  1612

Contents:
Date: 19 May. Paid by: Edward Carr bt. For what reason: part of the money paid by him for maintaining 30 ft men in his troop in Ireland. Amount: 365. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/446  1612

Contents:
Date: 20 May. Paid by: Edward Hussey bt. For what reason: The same as HILL 23/445. Amount: 365. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/447  1612

Contents:
Date: 26 May. Paid by: Wm. Armyne kt. For what reason: Collector of 'Mutin' in Lincs. Amount: 210. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/448  1612

Contents:
Date: 26 May. Paid by: George St. Paul bart. For what reason: 30 Ft men in Ireland. Amount: 365. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/449  1612

Contents:
Date: 28 May. Paid by: John Hatcher. For what reason: Collector of 'Mutin'. Amount: 323. 6.8. Clerk: Unsigned.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/450  1612

Contents:
Date: 29 May. Paid by: Nich. Sanderson bart. For what reason: To maintain 30 ft men. Amount: 365. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/451  1612

Contents:
Date: 11 Nov. Paid by: George late bishop. For what reason: Clerical subsidies. Amount: 135.12.7. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/452  1612

Contents:
Date: 6 Nov. Paid by: Robert Goodall gent. For what reason: farmer of 2 parts, manor of Irnham. Amount: 60. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/453  1612

Contents:
Date: 6 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Webber. For what reason: farm of 2 messuages in Harrington. Amount: 4. 6.5. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/454  1612

Contents:
Date: 6 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Mounson kt. For what reason: farm of 2 parts manor of Thorpe hall. Amount: 6.13.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/455  1612

Contents:
Date: 6 Nov. Paid by: Christopher Beresford gent. For what reason: Farmer of 2 parts of Scopwick part of land of Thos. Swain recusant. Amount: 1. 5.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/456  1612

Contents:
Date: 6 Nov. Paid by: John Shawe. For what reason: farmer of 2 manors. Amount: 2. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/457  1612

Contents:
Date: 7 Nov. Paid by: Isaac Johnson. For what reason: Bounds & Willoughby in Pinchbeck of Ric. Ogle now in King's hands. Amount: 153.6.8. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/458  1612

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: Nicholas Rookewood Esq. For what reason: 2 parts manor of Immingham possession of Eliz. Tyrwhit widow recusant. Amount: 50.0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/459  1612

Contents:
Date: 14 Nov. Paid by: Edward Heron kt. For what reason: To redeem Casewick (manor of) from the King's hands. Amount: 1000.0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/460  1612

Contents:
Date: 17 Nov. Paid by: Lionel Kirke. For what reason: for a fine imposed in the Star Chamber. Amount: 4. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/461  1612

Contents:
Date: 24 Nov. Paid by: John Harrison. For what reason: bailiff of Crowle. Amount: 30. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/462  1612

Contents:
Date: 25 Nov. Paid by: Roger Rant, esq. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 40. 0.0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/463  1612

Contents:
Date: 25 Nov. Paid by: Wm. Hervey kt. For what reason: fee farm of rectory of Hallington. Amount: 1. 3.6. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/464  1612

Contents:
Date: 26 Nov. Paid by: Richard Atkinson. For what reason: arrears for manors of Barton, Barrow and Goxhill. Amount: 40. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/465  1612

Contents:
Date: 28 Nov. Paid by: John Anderson. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 100. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/466  1612

Contents:
Date: 28 Nov. Paid by: Edward Ayscough. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 13. 6.8. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/467  1612

Contents:
Date: 28 Nov. Paid by: Francis Ayscough. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 2. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/468  1612

Contents:
Date: 28 Nov. Paid by: Wm. Ward clerk. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 1. 5.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/469  1612

Contents:
Date: 25 Dec. Paid by: John Harrison & Richard Wright gents. For what reason: for a bond. Amount: 20. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/470  1612

Contents:
Date: 5 Dec. Paid by: Edward Dymoke kt. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 6.13.4. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/471  1612

Contents:
Date: 9 Dec. Paid by: John Reade kt. For what reason: late sheriff, the issues of the manors of Cadeby, Beesby, Newton etc. for the debts of Thos. Morrison senior & Edward Morrison esq. his son late bailiff. Amount: 121.17.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/472  1612

Contents:
Date: 9 Dec. Paid by: Richard Ogle kt. For what reason: late sheriff, the issues of the manors of Cadeby, Beesby, Newton etc. for the debts of Thos. Morrison senior & Edward Morrison esq. his son late bailiff. Amount: 109.17.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/473  1613

Contents:
Date: 4 Feb. Paid by: Men of Grimsby. For what reason: their account. Amount: 11.13.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/474  1613

Contents:
Date: 10 Feb. Paid by: James Bogge kt. For what reason: purchase of a salt marsh in Sutterton. Amount: 14.14.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/475  1613

Contents:
Date: 11 Feb. Paid by: Edward Griffin & Ambrose Rycrofte. For what reason: late sheriffs city of Lincoln. Amount: 62. 6.8. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/476  1613

Contents:
Date: 11 Feb. Paid by: Edward Griffin & Ambrose Rycrofte. For what reason: late sheriffs city of Lincoln. Amount: 0.13.4. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/477  1613

Contents:
Date: 11 Feb. Paid by: Robert Tirwhitt, esq. For what reason: late sheriff for the price of the goods & chatells of Mathew Dawson & Robt. Tirwhitt recusants, charged on John Hatcher kt. late sheriff, inventoried & returned. Amount: 18. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/478  1612

Contents:
Date: 12 Feb. Paid by: Wm. Lord Compton & Eliz. his wife. For what reason: executors of John Spencer kt. for an amercement made on him by Commission of Sewers for men repairing the Clowe at E. Halton. Amount: 2. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/479  1612

Contents:
Date: 17 Feb. Paid by: Thomasin Owfield widow. For what reason: arrears of rent of a third part of the manor or priory of Elsham. Amount: 48.10. 8. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/480  1612

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Date: 17 Feb. Paid by: Thomas Grantham & John Meres kt. For what reason: Collector of aid to marry king's eldest daughter in wap. Aswardhurn. Amount: 245. 9.4. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/481  1612

Contents:
Date: 17 Feb. Paid by: Edward Carre bt. For what reason: the same, no district named. Amount: 40. 0.0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/482  1612

Contents:
Date: 17 Feb. Paid by: Wm. Welby kt. For what reason: the same. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/483  1612

Contents:
Date: 17 Feb. Paid by: Edward Dymoke kt. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 20. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/484  1612

Contents:
Date: 27 Feb. Paid by: Johne Reade kt. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 120.15. 4. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/485  1612

Contents:
Date: 27 Feb. Paid by: Richard Morrison, kt. For what reason: holder of estates of Thos. Morrison decd. & Edward Morrison etc. & recognizances. Amount: 3. 6. 8. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/486  1612

Contents:
Date: 16 Apr. Paid by: Miles Sandes bt. For what reason: Rent for warren & windmill in Haxey. Amount: 1.11. 8. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/487  1612

Contents:
Date: 28 Apr. Paid by: Henry Skipwith, esq. For what reason: Farmer of two parts of the manors of Gt. and Little Ponton part of possessions of Isabella Lady Thorold recusant. Amount: 0.10. 6. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/488  1612

Contents:
Date: 1 May. Paid by: Thomas Phillipps gent. For what reason: farmer of two parts of lands etc. in Butterwick & S. Luffenham part possessions of James Digby gent. recusant. Amount: 17.10. 0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/489  1612

Contents:
Date: 4 May. Paid by: Nicholas Hamerton & Edward Aston. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/490  1612

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Date: 4 May. Paid by: Receiver General. For what reason: the farm of Leame part of the manor of Crowle. Amount: 10. 3. 4. Clerk: Wm. Bowyer.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/491  1612

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Date: 31 May. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: for incumbent of rectory of Cranfield co. Bed. Amount: 3. 6. 3. Clerk: F. Egrike?.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/492  1614

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Date: 14 Jan. Paid by: Dean and Chapter of Lincoln, sede vacante. For what reason: for incumbent of Taplow co. Buck. - tenths. Amount: 1. 3.10½. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/493  1614

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Date: 11 May. Paid by: Dean and Chapter of Lincoln, sede vacante. For what reason: tenths for rector of Bassingham. Amount: 2.13. 8. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/494  1615

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Date: 10 July. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: tenths of clergy. Amount: 330. 0. 6. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/495  1615

Contents:
Date: 4 Nov. Paid by: Nicholas Bancrofte gent. For what reason: farmer of 2 parts of an annuity from the manor of Townly & land in Metheringham part of the possessions of Christopher Townly gent. recusant. Amount: missing. Clerk: Edward Carye.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/496  1616

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Date: 24 Apr. Paid by: Thomas Beamont kt. For what reason: farmer of 2 pts of the manor of Bracebridge part of possessions of Henry Sapcotts, esq. recusant. Amount: 1.11. 2. Clerk: Tho. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/497  1616

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Date: 24 Apr. Paid by: John Fitzwilliams kt. For what reason: Farmer of 2 pts of the manor of Claxby part of possessions of Wm. Fitzwilliam esq. recusant. Amount: 1. 7. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/498  1616

Contents:
Date: 27 Apr. Paid by: Henry Skipwith, esq. For what reason: farmer of 2 parts of the manor of Gt. & Little Ponton part of lands of Isabella Lady Thorold, widow, recusant. Amount: 0.10. 6. Clerk: Tho. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/499  1616

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Date: 30 Apr. Paid by: Cuthbert Best, gent. For what reason: farm of 2 parts of lands in Paston super Skerne. Amount: 5. 5. 0. Clerk: Tho. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/500  1616

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Date: 29 Apr. Paid by: Christopher Berisford gent. For what reason: farm of 2 pts of land in Scopwick part of possessions of ? Thomas Swann gent. recusant. Amount: 1. 0. 0. Clerk: Tho. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/501  1616

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Date: 30 Apr. Paid by: Hugh Manwaring esq. For what reason: Farm of 2 parts of land in Nocton of Charles Townley recusant. Amount: 5. 0. 0. Clerk: Tho. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/502  1616

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Date: 2 May. Paid by: Robert Goodall gent. For what reason: farm of 2 pts. manor of Irnham part of possessions of John Thymolby esq. recusant. Amount: 3. 0. 0. Clerk: Tho. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/503  1616

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Date: 2 May. Paid by: Thomas Webber gent. For what reason: Farm of 2 parts of messuage in Harrington part of possessions of Eliz. Copledike, recusant. Amount: 11. 6. 0. Clerk: Tho. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/504  1616

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Date: 19 June. Paid by: John Read kt. For what reason: late sheriff for lands of Andrew Littlebury. Amount: 4. 0. 0. Clerk: Tho. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/505  1617

Contents:
Date: 24 Apr. Paid by: Isaac Johnson gent. For what reason: Farm of Bounds & Willoughby in Pinchbeck parts of lands of Rd. Ogle kt. in the King's hands for a debt owed to Nicholas Salter, farmer of subsidies and taxes on French & Flemish wincs, assigned to the King. Amount: 153. 6. 8. Clerk: J. Eyicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/506  1617

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Date: 8 May. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of tenths of the clergy from Simon Lea incumbent of Beaconsfield co. Bucks. Amount: 2.13. 4. Clerk: J. Eyicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/507  1617

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Date: 21 Oct. Paid by: John Fitzwilliams. For what reason: farm of 2 pts. of manors of Claxby & Clixby part of possessions of Wm. Fitzwilliams esq. recusant. Amount: 1. 7. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/508  1617

Contents:
Date: 27 Oct. Paid by: Hugh Manwaring. For what reason: As HILL 23/501. Amount: 5. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/509  1617

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Date: 29 Oct. Paid by: Roger Booth gent. For what reason: Farm of 2 parts of messuage & land in Saxby, part of land of Goddard Booth gent. recusant. Amount: 15. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/510  1617

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Date: 3 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Mounson kt. For what reason: farm of 2 pts. manor of Thorpe hall part of possessions of Eliza lady Boll's widow recusant. Amount: 6.13. 4. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/511  1617

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Date: 4 Nov. Paid by: John Shawe gent. For what reason: farm of 2 pts. manor of Holme part of land of Edmund Morley recusant. Amount: 2. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/512  1617

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Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: Christopher Beresford gent. For what reason: farm of lands in Scopwick part of possession of Thomas Swann. Amount: 1. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/513  1617

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Date: 14 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Rea gent. For what reason: bailiff of liberties of Anne Queen of England, in the co. of Lincoln. Amount: 10. 13. 4. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/514  1617

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Date: 15 Nov. Paid by: John Jessop. For what reason: under a recognizance. Amount: 105. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/515  1617

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Date: 18 Nov. Paid by: Wm. Righton. For what reason:......... Amount: 5. 6. 8. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/516  1618

Contents:
Date: 6 Feb. Paid by: Bailiff of the liberty of Anne Queen of England. For what reason: in the co. of Lincoln. Amount: 0.13. 4. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/517  1618

Contents:
Date: 7 Feb. Paid by: Men of Grimsby. For what reason: their account. Amount: 0.13. 0. Clerk: Tho. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/518  1618

Contents:
Date: 12 Feb. Paid by: Edward Dymocke kt. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 16. 0. 0. Clerk: Tho. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/519  1618

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Date: 13 Feb. Paid by: Francis Southe kt. For what reason: sheriff. Amount: 80. 0. 0. Clerk: Tho. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/520  1618

Contents:
Date: 21 Apr. Paid by: Miles Sandis kt. For what reason: Rent of rabbit warren & windmill in Haxey. Amount: 1.11. 8. Clerk: Wm. Herricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/521  1618

Contents:
Date: 4 May. Paid by: John Shawe gent. For what reason: farmer of 2 pts. manor of Holme part of possessions Edmund Morley recusant. Amount: 2. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/522  1618

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Date: 4 May. Paid by: Thomas Webbar gent. For what reason: Farm of 2 pts. messuage in Harrington part of possessions Eliz. Copledyke widow, recusant. Amount: 11. 6. 0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/523  1618

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Date: 5 May. Paid by: Christopher Berisford gent. For what reason: Farm of 2 pts. land in Scopwick part possessions Thos. Swanne gent. recusant. Amount: 1. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/524  1618

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Date: 6 May. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: tenths of clergy. Amount: 104. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/525  1618

Contents:
Date: 8 May. Paid by: Roger Rant esq. For what reason: arrears of John Rant gent. defunct late deputy bailiff for possessions of Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem. Amount: 30. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/526  1618

Contents:
Date: ? May. Paid by: Bishop of Lincoln. For what reason: For tenths of the clergy. Amount: 600. 0. 0. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/527  1618

Contents:
Date: 6 June. Paid by: John Gifford doctor of medecine. For what reason: Fine for lease of house & lands part of manor of Barrow. Amount: 10.18. 0. Clerk: Edw. Carye.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/528  1618

Contents:
Date: 25 June. Paid by: Richard Brownelowe. For what reason: for licence & pardon to convert from arable & continue in pasture 340a. in Aslackby etc. Amount: 2. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/529  1618

Contents:
Date: 27 June. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Clerical tenths. Amount: 800. 0. 0. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/530  1618

Contents:
Date: 28 Oct. Paid by: Isaac Johnson gt. For what reason: Farmer of Boundes etc. as HILL 23/505. Amount: 153. 6. 8. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/531  1619

Contents:
Date: 3 May. Paid by: Thos. Monson kt. For what reason: Farm of 2 pts. manor of Thorpe hall part of possessions Eliza. Boll widow recusant. Amount: 156.13. 4. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/532  1619

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Date: 3 May. Paid by: Bp. of Peterborough. For what reason: Collector of clerical tenths. Amount: 380. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/533  1619

Contents:
Date: 4 May. Paid by: John Shawe. For what reason: As HILL 23/521. Amount: 2. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/534  1619

Contents:
Date: 4 May. Paid by: John Pearce gent. For what reason: For rents of 2 pts. manor of Southall in Coleby part of possessions of Edward Arnold gent. Amount: 12.11.1½. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/535  1619

Contents:
Date: 4 May. Paid by: Thomas Webbar gent. For what reason: Farmer of 2 parts messuage in Harrington part of possessions Eliz. Copledyke widow. Amount: 11. 6. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/536  1619

Contents:
Date: 4 May. Paid by: Christopher Berisford. For what reason: farmer of 2 pts. land in Scopwick part of possessions Thomas Swanne. Amount: 1. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/537  1619

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Date: 16 June. Paid by: Edward Dymock kt. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 25. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/538  1619

Contents:
Date: 16 June. Paid by: Edward Dymocke kt. For what reason: for a fine imposed in Star Chamber. Amount: 218. 6. 8. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/539  1619

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Date: 18 June. Paid by: Bp. of Peterboro'. For what reason: For tenths due from St. Giles Northampton. Amount: 0. 15. 11. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/540  1619

Contents:
Date: 18 June. Paid by: John Hatcher kt. For what reason: licence & pardon for converting 300a. in Careby from arable to pasture. Amount: 2. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/541  1619

Contents:
Date: 18 June. Paid by: Richard Atkinson gent. For what reason: bailiff of manor of Barton & of St. John of Jerusalem. Amount: 60. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/542  1619

Contents:
Date: 12 July. Paid by: Arthur Ingram kt. For what reason: fee farm of Freiston rectory. Amount: 52. 3. 2. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/543  1619

Contents:
Date: 27 Oct. Paid by: Executors Philip Constable kt. For what reason: 2 parts of messuage in Bowthorpe. Amount: 316. 2. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/544  1619

Contents:
Date: 30 Oct. Paid by: George Hothersall. For what reason: farmer of lands in Gedney & Moulton. Amount: 2. 6. 8. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/545  1619

Contents:
Date: 6 Nov. Paid by: Robert Palmer & John Palmer. For what reason: purchase of licence & pardon for converting land in Carlton Scroop & Haugham. Amount: 12. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/546  1619

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: John Pearce gent. For what reason: as HILL 23/534. Amount: 12. 11. 1½. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/547  1619

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Phillipps gent. For what reason: farm of 2 pts of lands in Butterwick & S. Luffenham part of possessions of James Digby gent. recusant. Amount: 17. 9. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/548  1619

Contents:
Date: 10 Nov. Paid by: Robt. Tredway esq. For what reason: licence and pardon for converting 80a. of arable in Hough. Amount: 2. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/549  1619

Contents:
Date: 13 Nov. Paid by: Edmund Thorold esq. For what reason: For licence & pardon for converting 200a. in Carlton Scroop & Hough from arable to pasture. Amount: 2. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/550  1620

Contents:
Date: 22 Feb. Paid by: Robert Nelson & Wm. Ballett. For what reason: on a recognizance. Amount: 40. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/551  1620

Contents:
Date: 9 Mar. Paid by: John Halsey. For what reason: receiver general. Amount: 1100. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/552  1620

Contents:
Date: 14 Mar. Paid by: John Porter. For what reason: receiver general. Amount: 540. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/553  1620

Contents:
Date: 15 Mar. Paid by: John Halsey. For what reason: Receiver general. Amount: 965. 6.10. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/554  1620

Contents:
Date: 16 Oct. Paid by: Roger Booth. For what reason: 2 pt. messuage & lands in Saxby part of possessions of Goddard Booth recusant. Amount: 0.15. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/555  1620

Contents:
Date: 28 Oct. Paid by: Isaac Johnson. For what reason: as HILL 23/505. Amount: 153. 6. 8. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/556  1620

Contents:
Date: 24 Oct. Paid by: John Wray kt. For what reason: For composition made for amercements imposed on Wm. Wray kt. late sheriff. Amount: 3. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/557  1620

Contents:
Date: 26 Oct. Paid by: John Buck kt. For what reason: Sheriff. Amount: 53. 6. 8. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/558  1620

Contents:
Date: 28 Oct. Paid by: Nicholas Rookwood esq. For what reason: farm of 2 pts. of manor of Immingham possessions of Eliz. Tirwhitt widow recusant. Amount: 50. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/559  1620

Contents:
Date: 3 Nov. Paid by: Robert Goodall gent. For what reason: 2 parts manor of Irnham part of possessions of John Thimbolby esq. recusant. Amount: 60. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/560  1620

Contents:
Date: 6 Nov. Paid by: John Shaw. For what reason: farmer 2 pts. of land of Edmund Morley recusant. Amount: 2. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/561  1620

Contents:
Date: 7 Nov. Paid by: Hugh Manwaring esq. For what reason: farm 2 parts of land in Nocton possession of Charles Townley recusant. Amount: 5. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/562  1620

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Beamont kt. For what reason: farm of 2 pts Bracebridge manor part of possessions Henry Sapcotts esq. recusant. Amount: 3. 2. 4. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/563  1620

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: Richard Coningsby kt. For what reason: farmer of 2 pts. lands etc. in Waterton in Luddington part of possessions of Anne Plumpton widow recusant. Amount: 8.17. 10. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/564  1620

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: John Fitzwilliams kt. For what reason: 2 parts manor of Claxby & Clixby part of possessions Wm. F. recusant. Amount: 2.14. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/565  1620

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Monsonkt. For what reason: Farmers of 2 parts manor of Thorpe Hall pt. of possessions Eliz. Lady Roll widow recusant. Amount: 13. 6. 8. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/566  1620

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: Geo. Aske gent. For what reason: farm of 2 parts manor of ? Beelsby part of possessions of Richard Thimolby esq. recusant. Amount: 2. 4. 6. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/567  1620

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Webber gt. For what reason: 2 pts. messuage in Harrington... Copledyke widow, recusant. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/568  1620

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Webber gt. For what reason: as HILL 23/567. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/569  1620

Contents:
Date: 11 Nov. Paid by: Bp. of Peterboro'. For what reason: Clerical tenths. Amount: 172.18. 9. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/570  1620

Contents:
Date: 14 Nov. Paid by: John Bucke kt. For what reason: Sheriff - farm of lands of Richard Hall, Walter Ascough, Arthur Porter, Wm. Jackson, Wm. Rande, Stephen Primatt. Amount: 31. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/571  1620

Contents:
Date: 15 Nov. Paid by: John Jessopp. For what reason: owed under a recognizance. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/572  1620

Contents:
Date: 21 Nov. Paid by: Lionel Kirke. For what reason: baillee of Robert Empringham for a recognizance. Amount: 4. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/573  1620

Contents:
Date: 22 Nov. Paid by: Christopher Berisford esq. For what reason: For reserved rent from manor of Armtree. Amount: 41.15. 0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/574  1620

Contents:
Date: 22 Nov. Paid by: Christopher Beresford gent. For what reason: Scopwick & Thomas Swan as HILL 23/523. Amount: 7. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/575  1620

Contents:
Date: 23 Nov. Paid by: John Stow gent. Henry Astrey, Richard Bragge, Alexander Squire, Roger Syndrey &. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 13.13. 4. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/576  1620

Contents:
Date: 3 Nov. Paid by: John Vivian gent. For what reason: rent of lands in Ulceby. Amount: 1.10.10½. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/577  1620

Contents:
Date: 25 Nov. Paid by: Thos. Puckering bart. For what reason: licence & pardon to convert 220a. in Kingerby from arable to pasture. Amount: 2. 0. 0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/578  1620

Contents:
Date: 27 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Grantham kt. For what reason: executor will of Edward Carr bt. rent of tithes of Brauncewell. Amount: 4.10. 0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/579  1620

Contents:
Date: 27 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Grantham kt. For what reason: the same as HILL 23/578 for rents of 10a. of Marsh on Wahplode. Amount: 3. 5. 0. Clerk: Thomas Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/580  1620

Contents:
Date: 5 Dec. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of clerical tenths. Amount: 630.19.6½. Clerk: J. Egreke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/581  1621

Contents:
Date: 19 Feb. Paid by: Wm. Ward clerk. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 1. 0. 0. Clerk: Thos. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/582  1621

Contents:
Date: 24 Feb. Paid by: Edward Hussey kt. & bt. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 103.17.0. Clerk: Tho. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/583  1621

Contents:
Date: 24 Feb. Paid by: Edward Hussey kt. & bt. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 38. 0. 0. Clerk: Tho. Wattson.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/584  1621

Contents:
Date: 25 Feb. Paid by: Robert Nelson. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 18.14. 7. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/585  1621

Contents:
Date: 19 Apr. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: tenths of the clergy. Amount: 800. 0. 0. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/586  1621

Contents:
Date: 24 Apr. Paid by: Isaac Johnson. For what reason: as HILL 23/505. Amount: 153. 6. 8. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/587  1621

Contents:
Date: 5 July. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of clerical subsidy. Amount: 1200. 0. 0. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/588  1621

Contents:
Date: 12 July. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: tenths of the clergy. Amount: 700. 0. 0. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/589  1621

Contents:
Date: 23 July. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of clerical subsidy. Amount: 500. 0. 0. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/590  1621

Contents:
Date: 27 ?. Paid by: Herbert Newstead gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidy. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/591  1621

Contents:
Date: 29 Oct. Paid by: Robert Becke, gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidy Lincoln City. Amount: 65. 6. 8. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/592  1621

Contents:
Date: 7 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Phillipps gent. For what reason: As HILL 23/547. Amount: ? 18.10. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/593  1621

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: Henry Baldwyne gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies wap. of Manley. Amount: missing. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/594  1621

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: John Pearce gent. For what reason: rent of 2 parts of manor Sowthall & Coleby part of possessions of Edmund Arnold gent. Amount: 12.11.1½. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/595  1621

Contents:
Date: 16 Nov. Paid by: Robt. Harrison gt. For what reason: Collector of subsidy hundred of Bolingbroke. Amount: 134. 2.10. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/596  1621

Contents:
Date: 17 Nov. Paid by: Herbert Newstead, gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies wap. of Louthesk. Amount: 53. 6.10. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/597  1621

Contents:
Date: 20 Nov. Paid by: -- Heynesworth. For what reason: fine in Star Chamber. Amount: 20. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/598  1621

Contents:
Date: 28 Nov. Paid by: Wm. Hobson gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies parts of Holland. Amount: 224.11. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/599  1621

Contents:
Date: 28 Nov. Paid by: Richard Barefoote gent. For what reason: collector of subsidies in Burgh. Amount: 15. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/600  1621

Contents:
Date: 13 Dec. Paid by: Henry Baldwyne gt. For what reason: Collector of subsidies hundred of Manby. Amount: 48. 6. 2. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/601  1622

Contents:
Date: 8 Feb. Paid by: Robt. Marshall & Robt. Bartholomew. For what reason: late sheriffs Lincoln City. Amount: 62.0. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/602  1622

Contents:
Date: 8 Feb. Paid by: William Urye & Robert Kelke. For what reason: late sheriffs Lincoln City. Amount: 62. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/603  1622

Contents:
Date: 8 Feb. Paid by: Warden & 6 Assistants Louth. For what reason: Fee farm. Amount: 84. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/604  1622

Contents:
Date: 9 Feb. Paid by: Alexander Emerson gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies hundred of Yarborough. Amount: 22.15.10. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/605  1622

Contents:
Date: 12 Feb. Paid by: James Evington kt. For what reason: Subsidy for manor of Casewick in hundred of Ness. Amount: 2. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/606  1622

Contents:
Date: 11 Feb. Paid by: men of the town of Grimsby. For what reason: their account. Amount: 41.13. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/607  1622

Contents:
Date: 22 Feb. Paid by: men of the town of Grimsby. For what reason: their account. Amount: 41.13. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/608  1622

Contents:
Date: 22 Feb. Paid by: Stephen Phillips of Cawkwell. For what reason: sworn to enquire... at Lincoln.... Amount: 3. 6. 8. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/609  1622

Contents:
Date: 14 Mar. Paid by: Wm. Swayne esq. For what reason: deputy receiver general. Amount: 1100. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/610  1622

Contents:
Date: ? Mar. Paid by: Wm. Swayne esq. For what reason: deputy receiver general. Amount: 1000. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/611  1622

Contents:
Date: 18 Mar. Paid by: Wm. Swayne esq. For what reason: receiver general. Amount: 1727.12. 3. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/612  1622

Contents:
Date: 23 Mar. Paid by: George Marquis of Buckingham. For what reason: fee farm of manor of Spalding. Amount: 134. 7. 1. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/613  1622

Contents:
Date: 11 July. Paid by: John Munger gt. For what reason: Collector of subsidy in hundred of Blackheath, Kent. Amount: 64.15. 6. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/614  1622

Contents:
Date: 12 Aug. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of tenths of the clergy. Amount: 500. 0. 0. Clerk: J. Egicke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/615  1622

Contents:
Date: 25 Oct. Paid by: Richard Hickson Esq. For what reason: Sheriff. Amount: 53.6. 8. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/616  1622

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: John Pearce gent. For what reason: 2 pts. manor of Southall & Coleby part of posessions of Edmund Arnold gent. Amount: 12.10.1½. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/617  1622

Contents:
Date: 22 Nov. Paid by: Richard Skipwith. For what reason: farmer of lands of the Bp. of Ely. Amount: 13. 5.11. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/618  1622

Contents:
Date: 26 Nov. Paid by: Henry Fines kt. For what reason: fee farm of rectory of Timberland. Amount: 6.13. 4. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/619  1622

Contents:
Date: 29 Nov. Paid by: Faded. For what reason: Faded ? Louth. Amount: 84. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/620  1622

Contents:
Date: 4 Dec. Paid by: Thomas Browne of Belton esq. For what reason: for a Star Chamber fine. Amount: 80. 0. 0. Clerk: W. Heyricke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/621  1623

Contents:
Date: 6 Nov. Paid by: John Fitzwilliam kt. For what reason: Two parts manor. Amount: 1. 7. 0. Clerk: A. Henshaw.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/622  1623

Contents:
Date: 13 Nov. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Collector of clerical subsidies. Amount: 73.15.0. Clerk: A. Henshaw.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/623  1623

Contents:
Date: 15 Nov. Paid by: Bp. of Peterboro'. For what reason: Clerical tenths. Amount: 33.16. 0. Clerk: A. Henshaw.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/624  1624

Contents:
Date: 19 Oct. Paid by: Michael Wharton kt. For what reason: farm of 2 pts of messuage in Saxby part of possessions Goddard Bates gent. recusant. Amount: 0.15. 0. Clerk: A. Henshaw.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/625  1624

Contents:
Date: 26 Oct. Paid by: Thos. Middlecote kt. For what reason: sheriff. Amount: 53. 6. 8. Clerk: A. Henshaw.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/626  1624

Contents:
Date: 5 Nov. Paid by: John Fitzwilliams. For what reason: as HILL 23/621. Amount: 1. 7. 0. Clerk: A. Henshaw.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/627  1624

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Beamont kt. For what reason: as HILL 23/526. Amount: 1.11. 2. Clerk: A. Henshaw.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/628  1624

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: Thos. Middlecote, kt. sheriff. For what reason: Issues of manors of Ingham, Glentworth, lands of John Urry bart. for debt owed to Hugh Bethell deceased late sheriff of Yorks. Amount: 19. 0. 0. Clerk: A. Henshaw.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/629  1624

Contents:
Date: 12 Nov. Paid by: Bp. of Peterboro'. For what reason: Collector of clerical subsidies. Amount: 259.15.10. Clerk: A. Henshaw.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/630  1624

Contents:
Date: 15 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Grantham kt. For what reason: fee farm, manor of Sleaford. Amount: 30. 0. 0. Clerk: A. Henshaw.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/631  1624

Contents:
Date: 19 Nov. Paid by: Lionel Kirke. For what reason: bailee of Robt. Empringham for a Star Chamber Fine. Amount: 4. 0. 0. Clerk: A. Henshaw.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/632  1624

Contents:
Date: 22 Nov. Paid by: John Jessopp. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 5. 0. 0. Clerk: A. Henshaw.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/633  1624

Contents:
Date: 22 Nov. Paid by: John Shawe gent. For what reason: as HILL 23/521. Amount: 2. 0. 0. Clerk: A. Henshaw.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/634  1624

Contents:
Date: 3 Dec. Paid by: George Southcott, kt. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 135. 4. 4. Clerk: A. Henshaw.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/635  1624

Contents:
Date: 9 Dec. Paid by: Mark Lyvesey & Thos. Wrosse. For what reason: sheriffs, Lincoln City. Amount: 6. 0. 8. Clerk: A. Henshaw.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/636  1626

Contents:
Date: 9 May. Paid by: Thos. Grantham kt. For what reason: fee farm, manor of Sleaford. Amount: 1.10. 6. Clerk: Edw. Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/637  1626

Contents:
Date: 26 June. Paid by: John Hammerton, gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Candleshoe. Amount: 2.19. 4. Clerk: Edw. Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/638  1626

Contents:
Date: 23 Oct. Paid by: Thos. Beamont esq. For what reason: as HILL 23/526. Amount: 1.11. 2. Clerk: Edw. Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/639  1626

Contents:
Date: 3 Nov. Paid by: John Jessopp. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 5. 0. 0. Clerk: Edw. Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/640  1626

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: Bp. Peterboro'. For what reason: Clerical tenths. Amount: 176.17.3. Clerk: Edw. Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/641  1626

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: Thos. Mounson kt. For what reason: farm of 2 parts manor of Maltby part of possessions late Eliz. Boll. Amount: 6.13. 4. Clerk: Edw. Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/642  1626

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: John Pearce gent. For what reason: rent of 2 pts. manor of South-Hall in Coleby part of possessions of Edmund Arnold, for a debt. Amount: 12.11. 1½. Clerk: Edw. Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/643  1626

Contents:
Date: 11 Nov. Paid by: Thos. Middlecott kt. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 30. 0. 0. Clerk: Edw. Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/644  1626

Contents:
Date: 9 Dec. Paid by: Men of Boston. For what reason: for arrears. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/645  1626

Contents:
Date: 9 Dec. Paid by: Men of Boston. For what reason: their accounts. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/646  1626

Contents:
Date: 9 Dec. Paid by: Men of Boston. For what reason: missing. Amount: missing. Clerk: Edward Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/647  1626

Contents:
Date: 9 Dec. Paid by: Men of Boston. For what reason: their accounts. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/648  1627

Contents:
Date: 28 Feb. Paid by: Timothy Bristoe. For what reason: For tithes of Empingham (vicar). Amount: 0.15. 2. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/649  1627

Contents:
Date: 19 Mar. Paid by: Geo. Trigg, gent. For what reason: Scrutator at the port of Boston for half of 8 quarts of malt called barley, the goods of an unknown merchant. Amount: 2.17. 6. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/650  1628

Contents:
Date: 3 May. Paid by: John Pearce gent. For what reason: as HILL 23/616. Amount: 12.11.1½. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/651  1628

Contents:
Date: 24 May. Paid by: John & Daniel Harvey, esq. For what reason: Receiver general. Amount: 3.10. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/652  1628

Contents:
Date: 24 May. Paid by: Geo. Collumbell of Gainsboro' gent. For what reason: For a recognizance. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/653  1628

Contents:
Date: 12 June. Paid by: John & Daniel Harvey esq. For what reason: Receiver general. Amount: 550. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/654  1628

Contents:
Date: 18 June. Paid by: Wm. Webster & Robt. Holme. For what reason: bailiffs of the town of Grimsby, their account. Amount: 41.13. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/655  1628

Contents:
Date: 11 July. Paid by: Wm. Lister. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 20.13.4. Clerk: Edward Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/656  1628

Contents:
Date: 12 July. Paid by: Geo. Clarke & Wm. Watson. For what reason: Sheriffs of Lincoln City. Amount: 0. 6. 8. Clerk: Edward Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/657  1628

Contents:
Date: 12 July. Paid by: Hellen lady Darnell widow. For what reason: administrator Thos. Darnell kt. late receiver general. Amount: 42. 9. 4½. Clerk: Edward Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/658  1628

Contents:
Date: 13 Aug. Paid by: Thomas Conney gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies in town of Boston. Amount: 80. 0. 0. Clerk: Edw. Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/659  1628

Contents:
Date: 16 Aug. Paid by: Thomas Magnall. For what reason: Collector of subsidies within session of Caistor. Amount: 100. 0. 0. Clerk: Edw. Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/660  1628

Contents:
Date: 21 Aug. Paid by: Nathaniel Nottingham. For what reason: Collector of subsidies session of Horncastle. Amount: 200. 0. 0. Clerk: Edw. Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/661  1628

Contents:
Date: 23 Aug. Paid by: Wm. Sallomon. For what reason: Collector of subsidies City of Lincoln. Amount: 186.13. 2. Clerk: Edw. Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/662  1628

Contents:
Date: 1 Sept. Paid by: Thomas Conney, gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Boston. Amount: 31.10.10. Clerk: Edw. Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/663  1628

Contents:
Date: 2 Sept. Paid by: Thomas Conney. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Boston. Amount: 0. 0. 8. Clerk: Edw. Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/664  1628

Contents:
Date: 4 Sept. Paid by: Thomas Trollop gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Kesteven. Amount: 500. 0. 0. Clerk: Edw. Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/665  1628

Contents:
Date: 8 Sept. Paid by: Anthony Oldfield esq. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Holland. Amount: 580. 0. 0. Clerk: Edw. Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/666  1628

Contents:
Date: 9 Sept. Paid by: Hugh Dickenson gent. For what reason: Collector of subsidies wapentake of Spital. Amount: 180. 0. 0. Clerk: Edw. Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/667  1628

Contents:
Date: 17 Sept. Paid by: Christopher Skegnes gent. For what reason: Subsidies within Lincoln, Lindsey etc. (sic). Amount: 369.14. 6. Clerk: Edw. Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/668  1628

Contents:
Date: 17 Sept. Paid by: - Manknall of Market Rasen. For what reason: Collector of subsidies Lindsey. Amount: 200. 0. 0. Clerk: Edw. Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/669  1628

Contents:
Date: 28 Oct. Paid by: John Robins gent. For what reason: rent of land in Castle Bytham seized for a debt. Amount: 0. 5. 0. Clerk: Edward Pitts.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/670  1628

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: James Brampton esq. For what reason: Sheriff. Amount: 53. 6. 8. Clerk: Edward Pitts.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/671  1628

Contents:
Date: 8 Nov. Paid by: John Pearce gent. For what reason: as HILL 23/616. Amount: 12.11.1. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/672  1628

Contents:
Date: 20 Nov. Paid by: Lionel Kirke & Richard Capson. For what reason: Robt. Empringham in the Star Chamber. Amount: 16. 0. 0. Clerk: Edw. Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/673  1628

Contents:
Date: 28 Nov. Paid by: John Jesopp. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 5. 0. 0. Clerk: Edw. Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/674  1628

Contents:
Date: 6 Dec. Paid by: Dean & Chapter Lincoln. For what reason: arrears of tenths. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/675  1628

Contents:
Date: 9 Dec. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: clerical subsidies. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/676  1628

Contents:
Date: 9 Dec. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: clerical subsidies. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/677  1628

Contents:
Date: 9 Dec. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: clerical subsidies. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/678  1629

Contents:
Date: 17 Jan. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: clerical subsidies. Amount: missing. Clerk: missing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/679  1629

Contents:
Date: 25 Feb. Paid by: Wm. Broadgate gent. For what reason: collector of subsidies hundred of Sparkenhoe. Amount: 50. 8. 0. Clerk: Edward Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/680  1629

Contents:
Date: 29 Feb. Paid by: John Wray bart. For what reason: late sheriff for green wax. Amount: 50. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/681  1630

Contents:
Date: 20 Apr. Paid by: Thos. Massingberd of Gunby esq. For what reason: Composition for taking order of knighthood according to the King's proclamation. Amount: 30. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/682  1630

Contents:
Date: 22 Apr. Paid by: Hurstwait Wright of Bradley gent. For what reason: Composition for taking order of knighthood according to the King's proclamation. Amount: 13. 6. 8. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/683  1630

Contents:
Date: 22 Apr. Paid by: Wm. Gower of Grimsby gent. For what reason: Composition for taking order of knighthood according to the King's proclamation. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/684  1630

Contents:
Date: 22 June. Paid by: Francis Thorndacke of Scamblesby. For what reason: Composition for taking order of knighthood according to the King's proclamation. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/685  1630

Contents:
Date: 27 Apr. Paid by: Samuel Cust of Hacconby gent. For what reason: Composition for not taking order of knighthood. Amount: 12. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/686  1630

Contents:
Date: 28 Apr. Paid by: Henry Yarborough of Yarborough gent. For what reason: Composition for not taking order of knighthood. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/687  1630

Contents:
Date: 29 Apr. Paid by: Thos. Harrington of Boothby esq. For what reason: Composition for not taking order of knighthood. Amount: 12. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/688  1630

Contents:
Date: 14 June. Paid by: Richard Clarke of Algarkirk yeoman. For what reason: Composition for not taking order of knighthood. Amount: 12. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/689  1630

Contents:
Date: 17 June. Paid by: Henry Deth of Stamford, esq. For what reason: Composition for not taking order of knighthood. Amount: 12. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/690  1630

Contents:
Date: 17 June. Paid by: Thos. Clay of Manby gent. For what reason: Composition for not taking order of knighthood. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/691  1630

Contents:
Date: 17 June. Paid by: Ralph Denton of Skillington. For what reason: Composition for not taking order of knighthood. Amount: 13. 6. 8. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/692  1630

Contents:
Date: 19 June. Paid by: Edmund Hall of Greatford esq. For what reason: Composition for not taking order of knighthood. Amount: 20. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/693  1630

Contents:
Date: 22 June. Paid by: Geo. Cracroft of Fulletby gent. For what reason: Composition for not taking order of knighthood. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/694  1630

Contents:
Date: 25 June. Paid by: Robert Jenkinson of East Wykeham. For what reason: Composition for not taking order of knighthood. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/695  1630

Contents:
Date: 25 June. Paid by: Richard Nelthorpe of Glamford Briggs esq. For what reason: Composition for not taking order of knighthood. Amount: 18. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/696  1630

Contents:
Date: 26 June. Paid by: Robt. Wilson of Scamblesby gent. For what reason: Composition for not taking order of knighthood. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/697  1630

Contents:
Date: 26 June. Paid by: Wm. Wily of Sutton gent. For what reason: Composition for not taking order of knighthood. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/698  1630

Contents:
Date: 17 Aug. Paid by: John King of Salmonby gent. For what reason: Composition for not taking order of knighthood. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/699  1630

Contents:
Date: 17 Aug. Paid by: Richard Toothby of Toothby esq. For what reason: Composition for not taking order of knighthood. Amount: 20. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/700  1630

Contents:
Date: 18 Aug. Paid by: John Harby of Hogsthorpe gent. For what reason: Composition not to take the order of knighthood. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/701  1630

Contents:
Date: 18 Aug. Paid by: George Caborne of West Saltfleetby gent. For what reason: Composition not to take the order of knighthood. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/702  1630

Contents:
Date: 20 Sept. Paid by: Wm. Larder of Dalby esq. For what reason: Composition not to take the order of knighthood. Amount: 20. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/703  1630

Contents:
Date: 15 Oct. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Clerical subsidy. Amount: 150. 0. 0. Clerk: John Brooke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/704  1631

Contents:
Date: 19 Jan. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: faded. Amount: faded. Clerk: John Brooke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/705  1631

Contents:
Date: 14 Apr. Paid by: Thomas Gamaliel Browne of Boston gent. For what reason: Composition for not taking the order of knighthood. Amount: 10.10. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/706  1631

Contents:
Date: 23 Apr. Paid by: Richard Bishop of Hemswell, gent. For what reason: Composition for not taking the order of knighthood. Amount: 30. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/707  1631

Contents:
Date: 10 May. Paid by: Henry Hall of Boston. For what reason: Composition for not taking the order of knighthood. Amount: 30. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/708  1631

Contents:
Date: 11 May. Paid by: Wm. Ballett of Woodthorpe gent. For what reason: Composition for not taking the order of knighthood. Amount: 25. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/709  1631

Contents:
Date: 12 May. Paid by: John & Daniel Harvey esq. For what reason: receiver general. Amount: 600. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/710  1631

Contents:
Date: 17 May. Paid by: Wm. Trollop of Thurlby esq. For what reason: composition for not taking the order of knighthood. Amount: 70. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/711  1631

Contents:
Date: 23 May. Paid by: Geo. Columbell of Gainsborough gent. For what reason: recognizance. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/712  1631

Contents:
Date: 23 May. Paid by: Geo. Fairfax of Swarby esq. For what reason: Composition for not taking the order of knighthood. Amount: 30. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/713  1631

Contents:
Date: 28 May. Paid by: faded. For what reason: Composition for not taking the order of knighthood. Amount: 35. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/714  1631

Contents:
Date: 28 May. Paid by: Wm. Lecton of Swinstead. For what reason: Composition for not taking the order of knighthood. Amount: 21. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/715  1631

Contents:
Date: 1 June. Paid by: George St. Poll of Whitton esq. For what reason: composition before the King's commissioners for not taking the order of knighthood. Amount: 25. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/716  1631

Contents:
Date: 9 June. Paid by: John Browne of Bourne gent. For what reason: composition before the King's commissioners for not taking the order of knighthood. Amount: 14. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/717  1631

Contents:
Date: 9 June. Paid by: Edward Maddison. For what reason: composition before the King's commissioners for not taking the order of knighthood. Amount: 11. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/718  1631

Contents:
Date: 9 June. Paid by: Wm. Caldwell of N. Willingham gent. For what reason: composition before the King's commissioners for not taking the order of knighthood. Amount: 20. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/719  1631

Contents:
Date: 9 June. Paid by: William Fisher of ? Bourne. For what reason: composition before the King's commissioners for not taking the order of knighthood. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/720  1631

Contents:
Date: 15 June. Paid by: George ? Ashton of (faded) esq. For what reason: composition before the King's commissioners for not taking the order of knighthood.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/721  1632

Contents:
Date: 14 May. Paid by: Henry Walpoole of Skillington gent. For what reason: the same but no ref. to Commissioners. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/722  1632

Contents:
Date: 14 May. Paid by: George Collumbell of Gainsborough gent. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/723  1632

Contents:
Date: 24 May. Paid by: Alice Parker widow. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 5. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/724  1632

Contents:
Date: 27 May. Paid by: Wm. Thorold kt. sheriff. For what reason: levied by him on the goods and chattells of Wm. Lister late sheriff for the rents of the manors of Caistor and Tattershall received by Lister from Theophilus Earl of Lincoln. Amount: 26.13. 9. Clerk: Edward Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/725  1632

Contents:
Date: Perhaps. Paid by: faded. For what reason: faded. Amount: 1. 8. 0.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/726  1633

Contents:
Date: 27 May. Paid by: Wm. Thorold kt. sheriff. For what reason: Issues of the manor of Swinhope, held by Geo. Allington esq. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Pitt.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/727  1633

Contents:
Date: 1 June. Paid by: Geo. Collumbell of Gainsboro' gent. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/728  1633

Contents:
Date: 19 July. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Clerical tenths. Amount: 664. 0. 0. Clerk: John Brooke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/729  1633

Contents:
Date: 22 July. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: Clerical tenths. Amount: 260. 0. 0. Clerk: John Brooke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/730  1634

Contents:
Date: 30 Apr. Paid by: John Pearce gent. For what reason: as HILL 23/616. Amount: 12.11.1½. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/731  1634

Contents:
Date: 10 May. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: arrears of preb. of Leighton Bromswold & rectory of Brickworth. Amount: 59. 0. 0. Clerk: John Brooke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/732  1634

Contents:
Date: 17 May. Paid by: Geo. Collumbell of Gainsborough, gent. For what reason: for a recognizance. Amount: 10. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/733  1634

Contents:
Date: 19 June. Paid by: Bp. of Lincoln. For what reason: For clerical subsidies. Amount: 960. 6. 8. Clerk: John Brooke.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/734  1634

Contents:
Date: 27 June. Paid by: John & Daniel Harvey esq. For what reason: Receiver general. Amount: 300. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/735  1634

Contents:
Date: 4 July. Paid by: Lady Jane Levington guardian of James L. bart. For what reason: Rents of lands in Sutton & Gedney. Amount: 20. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/736  1634

Contents:
Date: 11 Aug. Paid by: John & Daniel Harvey esqs. For what reason: Receiver general. Amount: 300. 0. 0. Clerk: Edward Carne.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/737  1634

Contents:
Date: 28 June. Paid by: John & Daniel Harvey esqs. For what reason: Receiver general. Amount: 300. 0. 0. Clerk: John Savile.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/738  1658

Contents:
Date: 11 Dec. Paid by: Drayner Massingberd esq. For what reason: late sheriff. Amount: 65. 0. 5. Clerk: G. Downing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/739  1658

Contents:
Date: 16 Dec. Paid by: Esau Riseby & Robert Williams, gents. For what reason: farmers of excise for beer, ale etc. Amount: 1000. 0. 0. Clerk: G. Downing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/740  1659

Contents:
Date: 8 Feb. Paid by: Esau Riseby & Robert Williams, gents.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/741  1659

Contents:
Date: 9 Feb. Paid by: Alexander Blake esq. For what reason: Receiver. Amount: 200. 0. 0. Clerk: G. Downing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/742  1659

Contents:
Date: 18 Feb. Paid by: Thomas Wellcome gent. For what reason: Fine upon a composition made with the barons & and Exchequer. Amount: 3. 6. 8. Clerk: G. Downing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/743  1659

Contents:
Date: 1 Mar. Paid by: David Mitchins gent. For what reason: Fine for lease of messuages & land in Normanby & Claxby part of lands of Henry Nevile. Amount: 3. 2. 4. Clerk: G. Downing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/744  1659

Contents:
Date: 9 Mar. Paid by: Esau Riseby & Robt. Williams gent. For what reason: Excise of beer, ale etc. Amount: 1000. 0. 0. Clerk: G. Downing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/745  1662

Contents:
Date: 18 Feb. Paid by: Anthony Oldfield bart. For what reason: sheriff & receiver general. Amount: 3000. 0. 0. Clerk: Law. Squibb.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/746  1662

Contents:
Date: 19 Feb. Paid by: John Earl of Exeter. For what reason: issues of his ? bailliwick. Amount: 0. 3.4. Clerk: Law. Squibb.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/747  1662

Contents:
Date: 19 Feb. Paid by: Men of Boston. For what reason: issues of the bailliwick. Amount: 0. 2. 6. Clerk: Law. Squibb.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/748  1663

Contents:
Date: 8 Jan. Paid by: Anthony Oldfield bart. For what reason: late sheriff and receiver general. Amount: 2000. 0. 0. Clerk: Law. Squibb.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/749  1663

Contents:
Date: 8 Jan. Paid by: Anthony Oldfield bart. For what reason: late sheriff and receiver general. Amount: 2000. 0. 0. Clerk: Law. Squibb.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/750  1663

Contents:
Date: 8 Jan. Paid by: Anthony Oldfield bart. For what reason: late sheriff and receiver general. Amount: 2000. 0. 0. Clerk: Law. Squibb.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/751  1663

Contents:
Date: 8 Jan. Paid by: Anthony Oldfield bart. For what reason: late sheriff and receiver general. Amount: 2000. 0. 0. Clerk: Law. Squibb.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/752  1663

Contents:
Date: 10 Feb. Paid by: John Earl of Exeter. For what reason: issues of his liberties. Amount: 0. 3. 4. Clerk: Law. Squibb.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/753  1663

Contents:
Date: 21 Feb. Paid by: John Middlebrook John Goodknapp Henry Morley & John Townrawe. For what reason: sheriffs of the city of Lincoln. Amount: 1. 1. 1. Clerk: Law. Squibb.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/754  1663

Contents:
Date: 25 Feb. Paid by: Anthony Oldfield bart. For what reason: late sheriff and receiver. Amount: 2000. 0. 0. Clerk: Law. Squibb.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/755  1663

Contents:
Date: 25 Feb. Paid by: Anthony Oldfield bart. For what reason: late sheriff and receiver. Amount: 4000. 0. 0. Clerk: Law. Squibb.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/756  1663

Contents:
Date: 25 Feb. Paid by: Anthony Oldfield bart. For what reason: late sheriff and receiver. Amount: 2000. 0. 0. Clerk: Law. Squibb.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/757  1663

Contents:
Date: 25 Feb. Paid by: Humfrey Hooke. For what reason: late sheriff & receiver general. Amount: 5000. 0. 0. Clerk: Law. Squibb.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/758  1663

Contents:
Date: 26 Feb. Paid by: Robert Rowell & James Wildbore gents. For what reason: Commissioners to receive free gifts in Peterboro' diocese. Amount: 117.11.10. Clerk: Law. Squibb.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/759  1670

Contents:
Date: 25 Nov. Paid by: Thomas Strayne gent. For what reason: Receiver of revenues of ?. Amount: 1489. 0. 0. Clerk: C. Downing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/760  1670

Contents:
Date: ? Dec. Paid by: defaced & illegible. Amount: 911. 5. 3. Clerk: C. Downing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/761  1670

Contents:
Date: 22 Dec. Paid by: Wm. Pierpoint esq. For what reason: reserved rents of Langton grange and Bassingthorpe manor. Amount: 51. 4. 2. Clerk: C. Downing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/762  1671

Contents:
Date: 1 Feb. Paid by: Thomas Strayne gent. For what reason: defaced. Amount: 268. 0. 0. Clerk: C. Downing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/763  1671

Contents:
Date: 15 Feb. Paid by: Wm. Farmery of Thavies Inn etc. For what reason: Fee farm of rent from house, lands etc. part of the former Chantry of Haxey. Amount: 39. 0.11. Clerk: C. Downing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/764  1671

Contents:
Date: 27 Feb. Paid by: Thomas Strayne gent. For what reason: receiver of revenues of 'friar'. Amount: 1531.14.9. Clerk: C. Downing.

Tellers' bill  HILL 23/765  1671

Contents:
Date: 4 Mar. Paid by: Wm. Mountague esq. For what reason: farmer of lands in Croft. Amount: 133.13. 0. Clerk: C. Downing.

Receipt book of trustees of Gale's charity  HILL 24  1629-1681


Related information: (For payment in 18th century see Lincoln Charities p. 363).

Contents:
By Will of Robert Gale, citizen and vintner, of London proved 1612 (P.C.C. 77 Fenner)
Property in Claypole and the tithes of Brassington, Derby bequeathed to George Lacock of Burton Joyce, Notts., as trustee for annual payments to the following:-
Chamberlains of Lincoln and Churchwarden of St. Marks, for the poor of city and suburbs ........£22
Bailiff of Chippenham, Wilts., for poor .............£22
Vintner's Company of London ....................£20
Christ's Hospital, London ......................£20
From 1660. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, for maintenance of six of the poorer students ......£20
These amounts were never fully paid out.
At front - rents and charges of the charity 1665
At back, account of disbursement of money received for poor of Lincoln n.d. (17th century)
Account of payments 1670-3 in respect of law suit over tithes of Brassington.

Title Deeds  HILL 25  13th and 17th centuries

Deed poll granting a rent charge from property in Louth  HILL 25/1  13th century

Seal: Vesica, 1.4" x 0.9", green wax. A pelican in her piety S' Haunfridi de Hornecastr +


Related information: See also Registrum Antiquissimum Vol.5 p.200.

Contents:
Transcript
Omnibus Christi fidelibus presens scriptum visuris vel audituris Alueredus de Horncastre manens in Luda salutem. Noveritis me teneri ex consensu et assensu Willelmi filii Petri Haldan de Luda quondam domini mei. Ranulpho Alinpanche de Luda et Alicie uxori sue, vel quis que eorum longius perseveret vel eorum heredibus seu assignatis vel cuicumque dare vendere voluerint sexdecim denarratas argenti annui redditus ad quatuor anni terminos percipiend' de me et heredibus meis imperpetum dicto Ranulpho et Alicie uxori sue et eorum heredibus videlicet ad Natale domini Quatuor denarios ad pascha Quatuor denarios ad festum sancti Botulphi quatuor denarios et ad festum sancti Michaelis. quatuor denarios pro quadam placia terre quam emi de Ada Filio Rogeri filii Agnetis de Luda. ex consilio et consensu sponse sue. Scilicet illa placia que iacet ex suth parte de Northgate proxima inter terram que quondam fuit Radulphi de Elkynton. ex west parte. et terram que quondam fuit Radulfi carpentarii. et tenettse in longitudine mensuram quatuor perticatarum et dimidii. et in latitudine mensuram duarum perticatarum. Ita quod dictus Ranulphus et Alicie uxor eius et heredes sui seu assignati pro dicta firma in dicta placia licite possint distringere. In cuiis rei testimonium presenti scripto sigillum meum apposui. Hiis testibus. Willelmo filio Willelmi de Luda. Petro de Reytheby de eadem. Thomas Dicctue de eadem. Symonie filio Walteri. Waltero Riband. Robert de Hesel de eadam. Willelmo de Bolington clerico et aliis.
Undated.

Deed poll of feoffment  HILL 25/2  Late 13th century

Contents:
Parties: 1) Ralph le Roper and Matilda his wife, dwelling in Navenby.
2) William Carpenter of Wellingore (Wellingouer), his heirs or assigns.
Property: The third part of a toft in Wellingore on the west side lying next to the toft of Roger Cade on the east and abutting on the green and the road, which Godred our father formerly held.
Yearly rents 12d. to William Disney (de yseni) lord of Norton and his heirs, and one clove to feoffers at Whitsun, for all secular services except suit twice yearly to the court of William Disney.
Witnesses: John son of William de Welligover. Hugh le Chaunceler of Wellingore, William Pollard of Wellingore. William de Widkal in Navenby, Geoffrey de Raydon of the same, John Raulot of the same, Gerard of Wellingore, Henry the clerk and many others.
Undated.

Indenture of bargain and sale  HILL 25/3  3 March 1674

Contents:
Parties: 1) Elizabeth Haslam of Newark on Trent, widow of Christopher Haslam of the same.
2) Richard Mason of Newark gent., Richard Gilder of Bardwell, Goddard Dye of Newark ironmonger and William Ruxton of Harmston, yeoman.
3) Christopher Neville of Auborne esq.,
Recites: that by indenture of 20th March 1673, Christopher Haslam now deceased appointed second parties his trustees to pay debts and legacies under his will.
This indenture:
Alienation to third party of the manor of Harmston, a capital messuage or grange now in the tenure of William Ruxton, 3 messuages, 4 cottages etc. all in Harmston.
Consideration: £1,400.

Documents endorsed 'Copy to Mr. Forbes', most of which are to be found in the book, copies of minutes etc. received from the Duchy steward 1831, among the County Committee records  HILL 26/1-18  Early 20th century

Report  HILL 26/1  nd

Contents:
Of a search into inquisitions post mortem and other records with a view to discovering the bounds and property of the Duchy of Lancaster in the Castle and Bail and any records of earlier dispute, having in mind the buildings adjacent to the castle which were held to facilitate the escape of prisoners. Gives a brief historical summary from the Conquest and gives summaries of information from inquisitions and writs, throughout the Middle Ages ending in reign of Henry IV. Date of compilation not given but apparently early 19th century.

Copy Report of R.J. Harper  HILL 26/2  7 August 1815

Contents:
On the bounds of the Bail of Lincoln with valuation and acreage of some properties in the area abutting on the walls, rough memoranda.

Extract of part of no. HILL 26/2  HILL 26/3  nd

Copy Report of William Walton, Lincolns Inn  HILL 26/4  4 March 1816

Contents:
Deals with the question of right of access to repair the Castle walls through some of the surrounding properties which it is claimed were granted away by King Charles I. He also reports on the status of some of the other properties mentioned in Harper's report HILL 26/2 and as a result of the enclosure award. He criticizes the laxness of the constable and bailiff of the bail in permitting encroachments.

Extract from HILL 26/4  HILL 26/5  nd

Copies, letters of Mr. Merryweather and Mr. DeWint  HILL 26/6  January - May 1816

Contents:
Regarding the 'land on which Mr. Hilton's house stands', De Wint paid £400 for the house and land and has laid out another £755.

Copy report of William Walton, Lincolns Inn  HILL 26/7  18 May 1816

Contents:
On the legal position regarding Peter De Wint's house and regarding Dawber's land.

Copy with plan, of report on Mr. Dawber's land  HILL 26/8  June 1816

Copies of evidence given re De Wint's land  HILL 26/9-12  3 December 1816

Contents:
By John Merryweather, Keeper of the Castle, Benjamin Stephenson formerly a baker in the Bail, and former constable, 6 July, and of 5 inhabitants of the Bail aged 49-72, signed original as well as copy.

Report of John Parkinson junior, receiver of the Honour of Bolingbroke  HILL 26/13  9 July 1816

Contents:
On the land in question allotted to Henry Otter under the enclosure award and later occupied by De Wint's house, traces the history of the site as formerly waste land of the Duchy, gives a present valuation and suggests payment by De Wint for compensation or a lease to be granted.

Copy or draft second report of John Parkinson  HILL 26/14  2 August 1817

Contents:
Further depositions having been taken.

Copy of HILL 26/14  HILL 26/15  nd

Copies of resolution  HILL 26/16  13-19 December 1819

Contents:
Of Governors of the Lunatic Asylum, order of the jury of the Bail, and letter of Deputy steward, regarding Mr. Dawber's.

Original verdict of the jurors of the Bail re Dawber's wall  HILL 26/17  15 February 1820

Contents:
Later note: This wall was in consequence taken down and carried so far back as to leave a 24ft. road.

List of documents  HILL 26/18  16 November 1831

Contents:
Of which copies were sent to William Forbes as clerk of gaol sessions.

Items not included in the County Committee book copies etc. received from the Duchy steward 1831  HILL 26/19 - 35  1793-1825

Copy, order of the county of the duchy of Lancaster  HILL 26/19  14 June 1793

Contents:
Directing that John Ord attorney general of the duchy and Alexander Popham its auditor should report on the rents payable to the duchy, both by lease and permanent and on how they could better be collected and enforced, together with the opinion of the two officers with regard to distress, sale, the taking of security etc.
Endorsed in pencil: Mr. Parkinson.

William Dawber's claim for expenses  HILL 26/20  1815

Contents:
Made on the Duchy Court of Lancaster, for coach hire to attend an order of the court five days time trouble and expense in attending the court, an attorney's bill, copies of writings etc. £47.2.8.
Endorsed: Mr. Dawber's pretended bill.

Warrant to John Parkinson junior  HILL 26/21  21 June 1816

Contents:
To make a survey of piece of land allotted under the enclosure award and ahouse built on it by Peter de Wint - whether this was in the Bail or Castle ditch. Signed C. Bathurst.

Memorandum of business re lands near the Castle  HILL 26/22  5 July 1816

Contents:
To consult the court rolls of the city, to look at rate assessments, to take possession of gallows allotment and attorn a tenant, to take evidence from elderly people, to survey and value De Wint's house.
Includes a note of the boundaries of the Bail and calculations as to what De Wint ought to pay if the duchy released its right.
(See HILL 26/9-15 and HILL 26/34 which has a plan).

Evidence taken re De Wint's House  HILL 26/23  6 August 1816

Contents:
Signed by Robert Peck, foreman of the Bail jury, aged 50, Hadnah Yates draper aged 53, who has served on the City leet juries.
John Scott - served on City leet juries.

Attornment of a tenant for two allottments  HILL 26/24  30 November 1816

Contents:
One called Gallows Allotment on the north side of St. Paul's Lane of 1r. 22p., the second on the south side of St. Paul's Lane of 27p. signed John Gray.
Witness: John Parkinson, junior, receiver of rents for the county of Lincoln.

Liberty of the Bail and Castle of Lincoln, parcel of the duchy of Lancaster  HILL 26/25  24 September 1817

Contents:
Notice of rent audit at the White Hart Inn, Bail of Lincoln - endorsed sent to Mr. John Gray.
Signed: A.D. Parkinson receiver, Horncastle.

Similar notice to HILL 26/25  HILL 26/26  nd

Contents:
Endorsed Mr. Brocklesby.

Similar note to HILL 26/25  HILL 26/27  17 October 1818

Contents:
Endorsed: Mr. Wood.

Another notice, with a list of 17 persons to whom it was given  HILL 26/28  14 October 1819

Another notice, endorsed Mr. Bousfield  HILL 26/29  14 October 1819

Copies  HILL 26/30  18 July 1823

Contents:
Of nos. HILL 26/19, 4 and an order of the Duchy Council regarding taking distress for the recovery of rents.
Endorsed: For my own use.
Bromhead, 20 Dec. 1823.

Another copy of the order  HILL 26/31  18 July 1823

Order in the duchy council  HILL 26/32  13 February 1824

Contents:
For John May Bromhead of Lincoln to hold the appointment of receiver of duchy rents in the Bail of Lincoln in place of Abraham Dunlin Parkinson who declined to act any further and to be bailiff of the Castle and Bail.
Signed: R.J. Harper.

Copy, list of arrears of outrents, Lincoln Bail  HILL 26/33  nd

Contents:
Received by A.D. Parkinson.
Received 15 March, 1824.

Attornment as tenant  HILL 26/34  31 December 1824

Contents:
Of the lands described in HILL 26/22 of George Cropper. Plan.

Order by the Court Leet of Lincoln  HILL 26/35  16 June 1825

Contents:
Of the city and county of the city.
To John Gray to take down fences at Gallows tree allotment.

Deeds  HILL 27  18th - Early 20th century

Waddington  HILL 27/1  1790-1922

Contents:
Bundle of deeds and papers labelled "Mr. H. Coupland, (Small Dwellings Acquisition Acts).

A messuage and land abutting on Broadgate  HILL 27/1/1  1826-1853

Deeds  HILL 27/1/1/1-2  1826-1853

Contents:
Daughters of Mary Smith - Ann Smith's devisees - Robert B. Wright.

Copy probate  HILL 27/1/1/3  nd

Contents:
Of Ann Smith of Sheffield spinster d.1853.

Abstracts of title  HILL 27/1/1/4-5  nd

Contents:
1780-1853.

3a. 1r. 12p. in the late High Field. Later the "Street Close"  HILL 27/1/2  1790-1871

Deeds  HILL 27/1/2/1-9  1790-1865

Contents:
Robert Martin of St. Peter at Gowts, cordwainer Gentle Brown of Lincoln gent. - Benjamin Clark of Waddington, farmer - Joseph Stuart of Aubourn, shopkeeper - Robert Boole Wright of Waddington cordwainer.

Mortgage and reconveyance  HILL 27/1/2/10-11  1865-1871

Contents:
R. B. Wright to Geo. Gascoyne of Newark, gent.

Abstracts of title and contract of sale  HILL 27/1/2/12-15  nd

Contents:
1863-1865.

A barn abutting on the Town Street  HILL 27/1/3  1865

Contents:
J. T. Tweed of Lincoln gent. to Robert Wright.

R. B. Wright's mortgage deeds, 1874-1900 and abstract of John Hutchinson's title 1922  HILL 27/1/4  1874-1922

6 Items.

Miscellaneous papers of R. B. Wright  HILL 27/1/5  Late 19th century

Contents:
Including bond and assignment 1853-7, case for opinion of council 1883, copy will 1891, insurance policies etc.

Nettleham. Miss Wingad's deeds  HILL 27/2  1720-1899

A messuage and the New Homestead  HILL 27/2/1  1769-1868

Contents:
(5a. 1r. 7p.), later 3 messuages and homestead.

Deeds  HILL 27/2/1/1-2  1781

Contents:
Richard Low of Lincoln, ironmonger and Isaac Wood of the Castle of Lincoln gent. - John Proctor of Nettleham farmer.

John Proctor's mortgage and reconveyance  HILL 27/2/1/3-6  1835-1840

Four cottages near the church  HILL 27/2/1/7  1868

Contents:
Henry B. Proctor of Combe Martin, Devon esq. to George Wingad of Nettleham Wheelwright.

Requisitions on title  HILL 27/2/1/8  1868

Copies of deeds relating to a messuage and farm  HILL 27/2/1/9-18  1769

Contents:
1736-80 (Blackburn - Aistropp - Low and Wood as Aistropp's trustees) and including copy will of Edward Aistropp of Scunthorpe gent.

Abstract of H. P. Proctor's title  HILL 27/2/1/19  1835-1868

A messuage and croft, later two tenements and garden (copyhold)  HILL 27/2/2  1739-1859

Deeds  HILL 27/2/2/1-8  1739-1859

Contents:
William Forster of Lincoln hempdresser - Robert Warwick of Nettleham Shepherd - Samuel Cook of Nettleham Shepherd - John Cook labourer - Samuel Cook - George Adrian of Lincoln naturalist - Henry Kirke Hebb of Lincoln gent. - George Wingad.

Abstracts of title  HILL 27/2/2/9-10  nd

Contents:
1785-1859.

A cottage and garden  HILL 27/2/3  1826-1866

Contents:
Butting south on the Town Street. (copyhold) later two newly erected cottages (1866).

Deeds  HILL 27/2/3/1-9  1826-1866

Contents:
Joseph Lyon of Grantham, butcher - Thomas Archer of Nettleham yeoman and others - William Clayworth of Nettleham farmer - George Wingad.

Copy will of T. Archer  HILL 27/2/3/10  1847

Abstract of title of Archer's trustees  HILL 27/2/3/11  nd

Contents:
1826-56.

John Wingad's property  HILL 27/2/4  19th century

One acre close  HILL 27/2/4/1  1852

Contents:
Trustees of John Wingad decd. to George Wingad.

Abstract of title  HILL 27/2/4/2-3  nd

Contents:
To copyhold property and copy admission 1796-1852.

Statement of account  HILL 27/2/4/4  1852

Contents:
Between trustees and residuary legatees of John Wingad.

A cottage (copyhold)  HILL 27/2/4/5  1821

Contents:
William Anthony of Clarkenwell watchmaker to John Wingad of Nettleham joiner.

Probate and copy will  HILL 27/2/5  1899

3 Items.

Contents:
Of George Wingad 1899 and admission of Mrs. Elizabeth Wingad to copyhold premises 1899.

Copyhold admission of Ann Wood  HILL 27/2/6  1720

Contents:
To a cottage and croft.

Deeds  HILL 28  1678-1945

Lincoln  HILL 28/1  1678-1945

Contents:
HILL 28/1/1-10 Duckering's Deeds.

Rosemary Lane  HILL 28/1/1  1790-1878

Contents:
A tenement (later 4 tenements) and a piece of ground between Lime Lane (Rosemary Lane from 1834) and Sparrow Lane. Leasehold of Dean and Chapter.

Leases  HILL 28/1/1/1-18  1790-1870

Contents:
To Ward Mason (1790), Sarah Mason (1797, 1807, 1812), William Albin Garratt (1818), Richard Nicholson (1828-1855), Elizabeth Brook (1865), and assignments of Mrs. Brook's lease (1870).

Conveyance of the freehold  HILL 28/1/1/19-20  1871

Contents:
Ecclesiastical Commissioners - John Norton of Lincoln miller - Charles Duckering of Lincoln ironfounder.

Duckering's mortgages and reconveyance  HILL 28/1/1/21-23  1871-1873

Abstracts of title and agreements for sale  HILL 28/1/1/24-32  1869-1878

Rosemary Lane  HILL 28/1/2  1793-1890

Contents:
HILL 28/1/2/1-3. 2 messuages and a croft in St. Swithin's parish near St. Hugh's croft.
HILL 28/1/2/4-13 Seven messuages in Rosemary Lane
HILL 28/1/2/14-23 A piece of ground near St. Hugh's croft containing a slaughter house.

Mortgage  HILL 28/1/2/1-3  1793

Contents:
Rev. William Durance of Lincoln and others - George Smith of Lincoln victualler.

Deeds  HILL 28/1/2/4  1882

Contents:
George Fisher of Walworth, Surrey - Charles Duckering.

Duckering's mortgage and reconveyance  HILL 28/1/2/5-6  nd

Copy will of George Smith  HILL 28/1/2/7  1834

Abstracts of title agreement for sale and correspondence  HILL 28/1/2/8-13  nd

Contents:
1882-90.

Deeds  HILL 28/1/2/14-16  1859-1878

Contents:
George Fisher - John H. Codd of Lincoln butcher and Joseph Pheasant of Lincoln higgler - Charles Duckering.

Abstracts of title  HILL 28/1/2/17-18  1878

Declaration re title 1859, purchase agreement 1878 etc  HILL 28/1/2/19-23  1859-1878

Rosemary Lane  HILL 28/1/3  1855-1872

Contents:
Two cottages and coalyard, later forming tenements called Ross's Row.

Deeds  HILL 28/1/3/1  1855

Contents:
Hon. A.L. Melville and others - Richard Taylor of Lincoln gent.

Deeds  HILL 28/1/3/2  1872

Contents:
Trustees of Edward Ross of South Carlton decd. - Charles Duckering.

Duckering's mortgage  HILL 28/1/3/3  1872

Abstract of Edward Ross' title  HILL 28/1/3/4  nd

Contents:
1781-1857.

Abstract of title  HILL 28/1/3/5  1872

Waterside North and Sparrow Lane  HILL 28/1/4  1762-1913

Contents:
HILL 28/1/4/1-2 A messuage and warehouse at Stamp End
HILL 28/1/4/3-11 A messuage adjoining Sparrow Lane (later divided into four) and another with a warehouse by the River Witham.
HILL 28/1/4/12-13 10 messuages, formerly 11, adjoining Sparrow Lane.
HILL 28/1/4/14-21 Nos 57-58 Waterside North and 1-7 Sparrow Lane.
HILL 28/1/4/22-35 A dwelling house and shop on west side of Sparrow Lane fronting River Witham
HILL 28/1/4/36-43 Nine dwelling houses in Sparrow Lane.

Deeds  HILL 28/1/4/1-2  1762

Contents:
George Brown of Brant Broughton gent - Eustace Philips of Lincoln gent.

Deeds  HILL 28/1/4/3-11  1775-1839

Contents:
Eustace Philips - James Topham of Lincoln druggist - Charles Vessey of South Collingham butcher, 1775-1807.
Mortgage 1839.

Deeds  HILL 28/1/4/12-13  1855-1857

Contents:
Representatives of mortgagee - T.A. Bellamy of Spilsby stationer - Robert Bellamy of Lincoln agent (a moiety).

Deeds  HILL 28/1/4/14  1875-1896

Contents:
Robert Bellamy's trustees - Charles Duckering, 1875. Duckering's mortgage and reconveyance.

Copy wills of Charles Vessey of Lincoln  HILL 28/1/4/15-16  1827

Abstracts of title  HILL 28/1/4/17-18  1875

Subsidiary documents  HILL 28/1/4/19-21  nd

Deeds  HILL 28/1/4/22  1876

Contents:
Samuel Vessey and others to Charles Duckering.

Abstract of title, declaration and subsidiary documents  HILL 28/1/4/23-29  nd

Duckering's mortgage document  HILL 28/1/4/30-35  1876-1913

Conveyance of life interest  HILL 28/1/4/36  1837

Contents:
By Mary Medley to Charles Vessey.

Deeds  HILL 28/1/4/37-38  1876-1899

Contents:
Samuel Vessey and others - William Penney of Lincoln, City Surveyor on behalf of John Thomas Tweed - Charles Duckering.

Abstract of Tweed's title  HILL 28/1/4/39  1848

Declarations as to title  HILL 28/1/4/40-41  1876, 1899

Copy probate and residuary accounts  HILL 28/1/4/42-43  1832

Contents:
Charles Vessey.

Waterside North  HILL 28/1/5  19th century

Contents:
Two messuages, coalyard and building (lately the office of Witham Steam Packet Co.) and plot containing 228 sq. yards.

Deeds  HILL 28/1/5/1-4  1857

Contents:
Edward Ross - Tho. Duckering, and mortgage

Plan of premises  HILL 28/1/5/5  nd

Waterside North  HILL 28/1/6  1890s

Contents:
Five messuages on Waterside North and three tenements in Commodore Court.

Plan  HILL 28/1/6/1  1899

Contents:
Henriette Rumble widow, of Victoria, Australia and others to Charles Duckering.

Abstract of title  HILL 28/1/6/2-3  nd

Abstract of conveyance  HILL 28/1/6/4  1893

Contents:
By Henriette Rumble and others to Lincoln Corporation of eight tenements in Commodore Court.

Abstract of Mrs. Rumble's power of attorney  HILL 28/1/6/5  1899

1-4 Fisherman's Court, Waterside North  HILL 28/1/7  1762-1902

Deeds  HILL 28/1/7/1 - 2  1891-1902

Contents:
William Akrill of Grimsby fisherman and others - Robert Briggs of Lincoln joiner - Charles Duckering.

Abstract of title  HILL 28/1/7/3  nd

Contents:
Of Mr. John Thomas Akrill's heir at law, 1807-1891.

Statutory declaration  HILL 28/1/7/4  1891

Contents:
Of Mrs. Mary Jane Foster, formerly Akrill.

Copies of documents re anterior title  HILL 28/1/7/5 - 8  1762-1830

Contents:
Copy will of Robert Barnes of Lincoln carpenter, 1762.
Letter from Elizabeth Akrill to Gervase Watson enclosing copy of register entry for his birth, 1803.
Copy will of Gervase Watson of Boston, blacksmith, 1807.
John Akrill's notes on title, 1830 (annexed to Barnes' will).

Succession duty accounts  HILL 28/1/7/9 - 10  1872, 1884

Abstract of Robert Brigg's title  HILL 28/1/7/11  1902

Agreement for sale  HILL 28/1/7/12  1902

Duckering's mortgage  HILL 28/1/7/13  1902

55 and 56 Waterside North  HILL 28/1/8  c1902

Deed  HILL 28/1/8/1  1902

Contents:
Annie Kirton of Margate, Kent, spinster - Charles Duckering.

Abstract of Miss Kirton's title  HILL 28/1/8/2  c1902

Contents:
1869-1902.

Sale poster, memorandum of agreement for sale etc  HILL 28/1/8/3 - 8  nd

Duckering's mortgage  HILL 28/1/8/9  1902

St. Hugh's Street  HILL 28/1/9  1858-1859

Contents:
HILL 28/1/9/3-4, 29-51 St. Hugh's Street and 18-20 Baggholme Lane.

Deeds  HILL 28/1/9/1  1858

Contents:
10 plots of land adjoining St. Hugh's Lane. Trustees of Thomas Winn Esq, - Henry Barnes and James Birch of Lincoln builders.

Covenant  HILL 28/1/9/2  1858-1859

Contents:
By individual purchases re upkeep of road.

Deed of petition  HILL 28/1/9/3  1859

Contents:
Between Messrs. Birch and Barnes (Plan) Endorsed with memorandum of purchases, 1866-70.

Abstract of Barnes' title  HILL 28/1/9/4  nd

Contents:
1813-59.

Duckering's mortgages  HILL 28/1/10  1877-1899

Deeds  HILL 28/1/10/1 - 3  1878-1899

Contents:
Including mortgage of Brass and Iron Foundry, 1878.

Insurance policies  HILL 28/1/10/4  1877

Contents:
Shop and foundry.

Valuation and other papers re mortgage  HILL 28/1/10/5 - 7  1899

Lincoln Brick Company: Long Leys Road  HILL 28/1/11  1678-1903

Contents:
HILL 28/4/11/1-11, Grubbs farm being 13 acres meadow dispersed in the Long Leas, 12 acres arable in East and West Fields and 11 beast gates in Carholm and the Short Leas.
HILL 28/4/11/12-30, 9a 3r 8p part of Rushey Hill and Long Leys.

Deeds  HILL 28/1/11/1 - 11  1770-1788

Contents:
Ann Drewry of Lincoln widow - William Fenton of Rothwell co. York esq, - Charles Chaplin of Tathwell esq, - Benjamin Anderson the elder of Lincoln victualler, including mortgages.

Deeds  HILL 28/1/11/12 - 14  1821

Contents:
William Young of Lincoln farmer - Benjamin Anderson of Lincoln farmer.

Copies of deeds relating to Young's title  HILL 28/1/11/15 - 18  1725-1813

Contents:
To 147a 1r 8p in several closes and allotments in parishes of St. Nicholas, St. John and St. Mary le Wigford.
Robert Calcraft of London gent - Charles Kingsley of London grocer - William Young, and mortgage.

Abstract of Young's title  HILL 28/1/11/19  nd

Contents:
1678-1820.

Disentailing deeds etc  HILL 28/1/11/20 - 27  1882-1903

Contents:
In respect of trusts under will of Benjamin Anderson (d. 1834). Ground and Skelton families.

Statutory declaration of John Skelton  HILL 28/1/11/28  1903

Abstracts of title  HILL 28/1/11/29 - 30  nd

Contents:
Of B.W. Ground and others, 1824-1903.

Lincoln Brick Company: Long Leys and Burton Roads  HILL 28/1/12  1811-1907

Contents:
HILL 28/4/12/1. A plot of land on corner of Rasen Lane and Burton Road
HILL 28/4/12/2-10, 8 acres in Long Leys Lane.

Deeds  HILL 28/1/12/1  1889

Contents:
Lt. Col. Mildmay Wilson Wilson of Rauceby Hall - Edward Handley of Lincoln brickmaker and sons.

Deeds  HILL 28/1/12/2  1891

Contents:
Lt. Col. M.W. Willson - Edward Handley and sons.

Mortgage deeds and abstract of title  HILL 28/1/12/3 - 5  1893-1894

Abstracts of title  HILL 28/1/12/6 - 8  nd

Contents:
1811-1907.

Report and valuations  HILL 28/1/12/9  1903

Contents:
On Handley's brickyard and house property.

Mortgage papers  HILL 28/1/12/10  1891-1907

5 Items.

Lincoln Brick Company: Long Leys Road  HILL 28/1/13  1919-1945

Abstracts of title and agreement for purchase (defaced)  HILL 28/1/13/1 - 3  1919

Contents:
Of 12a 3r 15p adjoining Long Leys Road.
Representative of Rev. Vere Francis Willson decd. - Lincoln Brick Co.

Abstract of Lincoln Brick Co.'s title  HILL 28/1/13/4  1945

Contents:
(Property in bundles HILL 28/1/12 and 13 also).

2-4 The Strait  HILL 28/1/14  1726-1816

Contents:
A tenement in St. Martin's parish formerly known as the White Lion.

Deeds  HILL 28/1/14/1 - 3  1795-1816

Contents:
Joshua Morris Alderman of Lincoln - George Cooke of Lincoln cabinet maker - George Steele of Lincoln draper; (his assignees) - John Walker of Lincoln gent, Leases for one year only).

Deeds  HILL 28/1/14/4  1894

Contents:
Devisees of William Parker esq, to John Mills of Lincoln gent.

Abstract of title  HILL 28/1/14/5  nd

Contents:
Of assignees of George Steele, bankrupt, 1726-1816.

Note of fine  HILL 28/1/14/6  1726

Contents:
(Copy 1816).

Mortgage bond, Cooke to Morris  HILL 28/1/14/7  1795

Copy will  HILL 28/1/14/8  nd

Contents:
Of Mr. Alderman Morris, proved 1797.

Abstract of title  HILL 28/1/14/9  nd

Contents:
Of William Parker's family, 1894 (Abstract of conveyance to Walker, 1816).

30, 32, 34 West Parade (formerly 12, 13, 14 Beaumont Place)  HILL 28/1/15  1741-1908

Deeds  HILL 28/1/15/1 - 2  1882

Contents:
Trustee of Mrs. Sarah Clay of Lincoln - John Henry Blow of Lincoln, engineer's cashier, and mortgage.

Abstracts of title  HILL 28/1/15/3 - 4  nd

Contents:
1741-1882.

Copy will  HILL 28/1/15/5  1811

Contents:
Of John Willson of Lincoln Esq.

Mortgage  HILL 28/1/15/6  1900

Requisition on title  HILL 28/1/15/7  1908

9 Vine Street  HILL 28/1/16  19th-20th century

7 Items.

Contents:
Mortgage deeds 1878, 1879, abstracts of title 1878-9, 1945, agent's particulars n.d. (c.1960).

Building land in St. Martin's Parish  HILL 28/1/17  c1876

Deeds  HILL 28/1/17/1  1876

Contents:
Trustees of Richard Whitton decd. - Henry Barnes.

Abstract of title  HILL 28/1/17/2  nd

Contents:
1828-76.

Miscellaneous abstracts of title  HILL 28/1/18  nd

Messuage and land in Bail of Lincoln  HILL 28/1/18/1  nd

Contents:
Abutting north on Roman Ditch, 1784-1842. Messrs. Doughty, Vickers and Manby as purchasers from Charles Seely.

Brickyard Field and a house in Long Leys Road  HILL 28/1/18/2 - 4  nd

Contents:
1844-1948.

Building land in St. Martin's parish  HILL 28/1/18/5  nd

Contents:
1872. (copy conveyance, Glasier to Dickinson).

House in Harding Street and Picton Street, North Boultham  HILL 28/1/18/6 - 11  nd

Contents:
1884-1909.

Bracebridge Hall  HILL 28/1/18/12 - 13  nd

Contents:
1887-1914.

Washingborough  HILL 28/2  1840-1918

Contents:
6a 1r 25p Fen allotment.

Mortgagees of William Kirton - Hon. A.L. Melville  HILL 28/2/1  1868

Abstract of vendor's title  HILL 28/2/2  nd

Contents:
1840-68.

Declaration of identity of Kirton's estate  HILL 28/2/3  1864

Abstracts etc  HILL 28/2/4 - 9  nd

Contents:
1883-1912.

Abstract of title  HILL 28/2/10  nd

Contents:
Of Parkinson's representative to 2r 20p, 1904-18.

Surfleet  HILL 28/3  1831-1876

Contents:
HILL 28/3/1-5, Low Bloods more containing 8a 1r 1p
HILL 28/3/6-7, Walker's 3 acres and part of Cherry Holt 17 acres (10a 3r 9p).

Deeds  HILL 28/3/1 - 5  1831-1875

Contents:
John Boothby of Spalding miller - Rev. Robinson Elsdale of Manchester - John Saul Sills of Boston gent.

Deeds  HILL 28/3/6  1869

Contents:
Rev. T.S. Nelson of Lincoln - J.S. Sills.

Sill's mortgage  HILL 28/3/7  1876

Kirkby Green and Metheringham  HILL 28/4  1770-1841

Contents:
HILL 28/4/1-4, A cottage and yard in Kirkby Green and Mickle Moor in Metheringham (2a)
HILL 28/4/5-6, A cottage and 5 acre allotment.

Deeds  HILL 28/4/1 - 4  1770

Contents:
Thomas Till of Whisby yeoman - Edward Howard of Nocton farmer.

Deeds  HILL 28/4/5 - 6  1829-1841

Contents:
Henry Howard of Lincoln baker - John Howard of Nocton farmer - Richard Woolfit of Kirkby Green farmer.

Photographic prints  HILL 29  nd

Contents:
Endorsed Jessie and Arnold Lupton, July 1928.
Sir Francis's note:
Arnold Lupton was the Liberal Candidate against Henry Chaplin in 1906 - He had the reputation of being a great crank.

Deeds + Correspondence  HILL 30  1583-1750s

A folder of letters from Dymoke Walpole to John Morris, from the Clayton MSS  HILL 30/1A  1660-1672-1678

16 Items.

Contents:
Financial matters of Dymoke Walpole and of the family of Wray of Ashby.

A further folder of letters from the Clayton MSS  HILL 30/1B  1657-1685

Contents:
HILL 30/1B/1-8. Addressed to John Morris.

D. Dixwell, Broome  HILL 30/1B/1  13 December 1675

Contents:
Payment of interest monies.
[Dorothy Dixwell, wife of Sir Basil Dixwell of Brome co. Kent.].

Charles Dymoke, Scrivelsby  HILL 30/1B/2  30 April 1673

Contents:
Purchase of Callewell property, he will bring deeds to London others signed by Mr. South and Lady Ellis. Mention of 'cosen Walpole'.

Stephen Fox, [Paymaster-General], Whitehall  HILL 30/1B/3  1 October 1661

Contents:
Request to pay bearer (John Fox) £3,000.

Charles Goodwin, Barnes (Middlesex)  HILL 30/1B/4  23 February 1676

Contents:
Apologies and excuses for his failure to pay rents due.

Edward Gosnell  HILL 30/1B/5  15 March 1674

Contents:
If he is to take Rossell, he hopes for some allowance for the necessary rebuilding.

Edward Gosnell, Salop  HILL 30/1B/6  21 June 1675

Contents:
He is glad to hear of his recovery; the indebted state of Mr. Tompkins.

Mathew Johnson  HILL 30/1B/7  7 April 1663

Contents:
Request for payment of £50 to John Barwell, and Barwell's receipt.

Richard Kirkeby  HILL 30/1B/8  10 August 1664

Contents:
Request for payment of £50, receipted by William Cooper.
Endorsed: Col. Kirkeby's order.

Particulars of Col. Kirkby's lands in County of Lancaster  HILL 30/1B/9  nd

Contents:
Mentions lordship of Kirkby, manor of Ulveston, tithes of Hauxhead.

Walter Exton, Bullwick, N'hants to Sir Robert Clayton  HILL 30/1B/10-11  1672

Contents:
Apologies for failure to pay rent, he send a present of turkies.

Walter Exton, Bullwick to Peter Clayton  HILL 30/1B/12  nd

Contents:
Endorsed 1675.
His thanks etc..

Thomas Griffiths to Sir Robert Clayton  HILL 30/1B/13  23 February 1674

Contents:
Mr. Gosnell has put in a tenant at Rossell on Candlemas Day. He will walk round the grounds and note what is being done. Three or four hundred pounds for rebuilding.

Richard Griffiths to Sir Robert Clayton  HILL 30/1B/14  nd

Contents:
Endorsed: Ap. 74.
A tenant at Down rossell much burdened by Mr. Tompkins charges - requesting repairs to his buildings.

Certificate of Clement Astin's burial at the Savoy  HILL 30/1B/15  19 August 1657

George Rotherham's receipt for £18 from Mr. Browne  HILL 30/1B/16  20 June 1663

Contents:
The interest on £300 owed by Sir William Wall to George Lord Bishop of Chester.

Copies of two letters  HILL 30/1B/17  1684-1685

Contents:
These are true copies of the original letters.
[The first is possibly written to Ann, widow of Sir John Lawknor of West Dean and mother of John Lawknor M.P. for Midhurst 1681-1705. The writer is clearly not Sir William Morley, M.P. for Midhurst 1685 and subsequently her second husband.].

To Madam Lewknor at Westdean in Sussex, from 'thy most dutiful and affectionate Hus.'  HILL 30/1B/17/1  26 February 1685

Contents:
A love letter containing references to the opposition of her Tyrant, and to the forthcoming parliamentary election at Midhurst... 'I hear that some of the Burgers stickle very much for me'.
Postscript:- Charles brings account of opposition made by my Lord, the Esquire and Sir William Morley, all that was bailiffs and above 30 are for me.

To Mrs. Danvers at Mr. Anderson's house in Chichester signed W. M  HILL 30/1B/17/2  1 March 1684

Contents:
26th February. Instructions to send someone to Post House as soon as mail come in lest the Esq. send someone to take it.

Draft surrender of interest  HILL 30/1B/18  15 December 1684

Contents:
By Robert Stevens, one of the executors of Perient Trott of London, merchant decd., to Perient and Nicholas Trott.

Christopher Cratforde to John Morris and Robert Clayton  HILL 30/1B/19  11 October 1665

Contents:
Order for £66 5s. Receipted.

Particulars of Lord Strafford's Yorkshire estate  HILL 30/1B/20  1668

Indenture of bargain and sale  HILL 30/2  10 November 1583


Related information: See also HILL 39/17/5

Contents:
Parties: 1) Henry Earl of Derby and Lady Margaret his wife
2) Robert Smythe of the Black Muncks near the City of Lincoln gent., and William Sill of Lincoln yeoman.
Property: One third part of a messuage in St. Mary's Parish in the High Street, extending to or nigh the water of Brayford on the west in the occupation of Frances Coppie widow, and of all lands and tenements etc. in the city of Lincoln late in the tenure of John Falkener at a rent of 20s. p. a. parcel of the possessions of the late dissolved priory of Norton, and of a close of pasture at the end of the street called Eastgate, at the yearly rent of 3s. 4d. and parcel of the late dissolved monastery of Louth Park.
Consideration: £43 6s. 8d..

Lincoln City Quarter Sessions Magistrates' Oath Roll  HILL 30/3  1711-1715

Contents:
2 membranes.

R.H. Indenture of final concord  HILL 30/4  1750s

Contents:
Parties: 1) Robert Drewry the younger plaintiff
2) William Reading and Ann his wife deforciant
Property: A messuage and shop, 1 acre of land and common of pasture in parish of St. Mary le Wigford.
Consideration: £100.
Date: 1st July 1754 (or 16 June 1755).

Brass rubbing and Plans  HILL 31  nd

Brass rubbing of John Beck. St. Benedict's, Lincoln  HILL 31/1  nd

Contents:
1620/1.

Plan of Lincoln Cathedral  HILL 31/2  nd

Copy, plan of St. Peter at Gowts, Lincoln  HILL 31/3  (c1850)

Book of returns to enquiry into parochial statistics  HILL 32  1705

Contents:
Lincolnshire c.130 parishes. This is probably a contemporary copy of statistics collected by an unknown clergyman now in Lambeth Palace Archives. 'Notitia Parochialis' (G.F.A. Best: Temporal Pillars p.82).

Miscellaneous; Records of the Frederick Andrew Convalescent Home, West Malling, Kent  HILL 33  1851 - 1970

Photocopy probate of will of Frederick Andrew, Esq  HILL 33/1  nd

Contents:
Late of City of Lincoln decd..
Probate 21st August 1916.

Trust deed of Frederick Andrew Convalescent Home  HILL 33/2  12 February 1922

4 Copies.

Supplementary trust deed  HILL 33/3  1 January 1923

2 Copies.

Further supplementary trust deeds  HILL 33/4  1 January 1927

List of mortgage securities  HILL 33/5  February 1921

Minute book of governors  HILL 33/6  1922-1948

No number  HILL 33/7  [n.d.]

Loose leafe folder  HILL 33/8  1959-1968

Contents:
Containing minutes 1959-1968. Also statement of accounts, December 1967 and accountants report 1968.

Record of governors of the Charity  HILL 33/9  1922-1949

Contents:
5pp. only used.

Trust ledger  HILL 33/10  1922-1939

Trust ledger  HILL 33/11  1940-1950

Loose leaf sheets for trust ledger  HILL 33/12  1951

Cash book  HILL 33/13  1921-1948

Cash book, Malling account  HILL 33/14  1930-1939

Cash book, Malling account  HILL 33/15  1940-1948

Cheque vouchers  HILL 33/16-17  1966

Contents:
2 loose leaf files.

Petty cash vouchers  HILL 33/18  1966

Statement of accounts  HILL 33/19a  31 December 1966

Statement of accounts  HILL 33/19b  31 December 1967

Accounts, correspondence  HILL 33/20a  1957-1966

Contents:
Loose leaf file.

Envelope containing receipts for securities  HILL 33/20b  1922-1926

Income tax papers  HILL 33/21  1949-1966

Contents:
Loose leaf folder.

Mainly re rates  HILL 33/22  1952-1966

Contents:
Including copy of Rating and Valuation (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1955. Loose leaf folder.

Insurance policies, correspondence and reports  HILL 33/23  1955-1966

Contents:
Loose leaf folder.

Structural alterations  HILL 33/24  1959-1963

Contents:
Architect's and building correspondence, reports and specifications.
Loose leaf folder.

Envelope of correspondence, specifications and accounts  HILL 33/25  1965-1966

Contents:
re alterations to Lindum House, 127 Offham Road, West Malling.

Water supply, correspondence  HILL 33/26  1948-1966

Contents:
Loose leaf folder.

Correspondence, plans and estimates re rewiring  HILL 33/27  1957

Contents:
Loose leaf folder.

Plans of West Malling House  HILL 33/28  1916 and 1919

Contents:
Showing proposed alterations by Scorer and Gamble.

Inventory of furnishings  HILL 33/29  1933

Book of photographs  HILL 33/30  c1920

Contents:
Of exterior of West Malling Manor House and grounds.

Correspondence re lease of upper flat, Lindum House  HILL 33/31  1966

Copies of particulars of employment of convalescent home staff  HILL 33/32  1965

Authority of Charity Commission to pay pension to clerk  HILL 33/33  1947

Contents:
Mr. Friswell.

Abstract of trustees' title  HILL 33/34  nd

Contents:
To the Manor House, West Malling 1862-1927 (Plan attached).

Bill of costs  HILL 33/35  1921

Contents:
Messrs. Andrew and Thomson 1921.

Dividend payments advice  HILL 33/36  1970

Copies of Mr. Friswell's short history of the Manor House  HILL 33/37  1945

Brochures of the home  HILL 33/38  c1950 and c1960

Reports on property in mortgage to the trust  HILL 33/39  1922-1923

Contents:
Farms at Apley, Atterby, Cranwell, Heighington, North Hykeham, Minting, Norton Disney, Saxilby, Sotby.

Frederick Andrew's bible  HILL 33/40  1851

Contents:
The gift of his father.

Book of Common Prayer  HILL 33/41  February 8 1855

Contents:
F. Andrew.

A short and plain instruction for the better understanding of the Lord's Supper  HILL 33/42  1855

Contents:
By Thomas Wilson.
F. Andrew, Easter.

Correspondence  HILL 34  1786 - 1887

Correspondence of Governor Thomas Pownall with John Charles Brooke, Somerset Herald  HILL 34/1  1786-1993

Contents:
A folder of letters purchased from Thomas Thorp, 5 Old Bond Street, June 1936.
Thomas Pownall, 1722-1805, was the son of William Pownall of Saltfleetby. Governor of Massachusetts 1757-60, returned to England in 1763 and subsequently an M.P., author and antiquarian.
The letters to Brooke relate partly to the elucidation of the pedigree of Parnell of Barnston, Cheshire and connection of the patent of arms and partly to topics of antiquarian interest e.g. new discoveries at Bath, (No.16 endorsed Read S.A.L. March 31st, 1791) publication of General Rey's papers by the Society of Antiquaries.
25 items and 2 enclosures written mainly from Everton House near Biggleswade, some from Bath, and two undated from Heath, Yorks..
A number of draft replies from Brooke on two loose sheets.
Covering letter from Thorp, 12th June 1936.

Miss Thurlby's transcripts of HILL 34/1  HILL 34/2  nd

Contents:
Typewritten.

A letter from P. Tattershall near Spilsby to Dr. Thimbleby Spilsby  HILL 34/3  15 December 1887

Contents:
Enclosing account of encounter between Royalists and Parliamentarians near Alford, July 1643.

Property at Atterby  HILL 35  18th-19th centuries

Contents:
Four packets of deeds relating to the estate of Mr. Brunyee decd.

A messuage and its appurtenant lands  HILL 35/1  1717 - 1796

Contents:
Later 137 acres in four closes.

Deeds  HILL 35/1/1-2  1717

Contents:
Thomas Chambers of Morton master mariner - William Spavald of Atterby yeoman.

Copy will of William Spavald senior  HILL 35/1/3  1738

Mortgage and assignment  HILL 35/1/4-5  1771-1777

Deeds  HILL 35/1/6-11  1795-1796

Contents:
John and Elizabeth Peters of Baumber - George Tennyson - Nathaniel Brunyee of Crowle.

Abstract of title  HILL 35/1/12  nd

Contents:
1717-95.

Receipted solicitors' bill  HILL 35/1/13  1796

35 acres in two closes  HILL 35/2  19th century

Deeds  HILL 35/2/1-3  1814

Contents:
Trustees under the will of Mrs. Jane Harrison of Upton - Nathaniel Brunyee.

Abstract  HILL 35/2/4-6  nd

Contents:
From 1749, copies of evidence to support title and of particulars of sale, 1814.

Abstract of Atterby Enclosure Act  HILL 35/2/7  nd

Agreement to execute mortgage  HILL 35/2/8  1851

Contents:
Brunyee to William Stockill.

14 acres 31 perches in Atterby Carr, late the property of the Duke of Cornwall  HILL 35/3  1802 - 1804

Contents:
Rev. Thomas Bowman of Beverley to Nathaniel Brunyee 1802, 2 items.
Memorandum of redemption of Ancholme Drainage Tax, 1804, 1 item.

A messuage with appurtenances  HILL 35/4  1734 - 1782

Deeds  HILL 35/4/1  1734

Contents:
Matthew Palmer stonecarver - Andrew Cook of Bishop Norton, yeoman.

Deeds  HILL 35/4/2-3  1776

Contents:
George Hopkinson of Bishop Norton yeoman (grandson of Andrew Cook) - Joseph Hopkinson of Atterby.

Hopkinson's mortgage deeds  HILL 35/4/4-6  1777-1782

Contents:
A messuage and 7 acres of new enclosed land.

Deeds  HILL 35/4/7-8  1782

Contents:
Joseph Hopkinson of Waddingham - William Smith of Glentham wheelwright.

Smith's mortgage deeds  HILL 35/4/9-10  nd

Deeds  HILL 35/4/11-12  1786

Contents:
Wm. Smith - Joseph Hunt of Gainsborough, haberdasher.

Certificate of redemption of land tax  HILL 35/4/13  1798

Deeds  HILL 35/4/14-15  1840

Contents:
Martha Hunt of Tickhill, spinster, to Nathaniel Brunyee.

Farming records of Thomas Moses, of Stenigot  HILL 36  1829-1849

Cropping book, by fields  HILL 36/1  1829-1849

Contents:
Gives details of tillage, quantities of seeds and quantities of fertilisers. At front, memorandum that Moses entered into the tenancy of a 548 acre farm at Stenigot, held under the Revd. Marmaduke Alington and George Marmaduke Alington, both of Swinhope, at Lady Day 1829 - 'no agreement or lease, or any covenant whatsoever in writing, but to manage in a Tenant like manner, according to the Custom of the Country'. Rent and tithe (less land tax) £657p.a. A further 62 acres taken at Lady Day 1833.
Note of prices of bones, cake, soot, lime and draining tiles, 1829-35, p. 5. Sizes of fields given at end (pp. 167-70).
(Enclosures - clay pit measuring, 1838-42.).

Farming account book  HILL 36/2  1829-1836

Contents:
Stock, corn and seeds, lime, potatoes, sheep skins, parish business, etc.
pp. 1-255 (a few missing at end).
A few drawings on empty pages by Jessie Moses, 1890.
(Two closes of land at Saltfleetby rented at £45p.a. from John Campbell, of Wragby.).

A similar volume, to HILL 36/2  HILL 36/3  1835-1843

Contents:
349 pp.
Account with William Danby (Stenigot) re taxes, parish business, etc. p. 347.
Account with Revd. M. and G.M. Alington, p. 234.

Account book of Thomas Moses as constable and assessor for the parish of Stenigot  HILL 36/4  1830-1850

Contents:
At end, memoranda re settlement of parish accounts, 1831-41.

Deeds relating to shop and premises at 11 and 12 (formerly 13) Bailgate, Lincoln (formerly W. Gregory and Son, iron-mongers and hot water engineers)  HILL 37  1607-1920

36 Items

Contents:
Includes:
1. Bargain and Sale, Thomas Baines, of London, sadler, to Hugh Thompson, of the Bail of Lincoln, butcher, of messuage and premises in the Bail, cathedral lands north and south, Bail east and the Backside (a common way) west, for £50, 21 Apr. 1607.
2. Bargain and Sale, Martha Wetherall, of city of Lincoln, widow, and William Wetherall, of Hadday, co. Lincoln, yeoman, to Frances Clowdsley, of city of Lincoln, widow, of a messuage in parish of St. Paul in tenure of Edmund Howson, woollen draper, also of the Half Moon, near Newport Arch, in tenure of Humfrey Littlebury and Cutbert Garvin, also of a moiety of a meadow near Broadgate (Waredikes east, highway west), in tenure of William Reade, also of a moiety of Horne House in the Bail, in tenure of Thomas Stacemore, gent., and also of a moiety of two little tenements in parish of St. Paul in tenure of John Myers and Benjamin Bonner, for £95, 14 Feb. 14 Chas. 2 (1662).
3. Indenture of Final Concord, William Waller and William Graves pl. and Thomas Dawson, gent. with Frances his wife and Thomas Day jun. and Mary his wife def., re three messuages, two cottages, two gardens and two orchards in parishes of St. Paul and St. Mary Magdalen. 3 weeks of St. Michael, 24 Chas. 2. (1672).
4 & 5. Lease and Release, Frances Dawson, of the Bail, widow, to William Short, of same, cordwainer, of property as in 1 above, for £164, 24 and 25 Jan. 1699.
(Messuage late in occupation of Mary Cooke, widow, now in occupation of Short.)
7 & 8. Mortgage of above, Short to Anne Key, of Long Leadenham, widow, 26 and 27 Jan. 1699.
15. Copy of Will of William Short, devising property to wife and son William, proved 22 Jan. 1728.
18. Copy of Will of William Short, of the Bail, cordwainer, devising freehold property to daughters Bridget Bell and Elizabeth Brown, 15 Jan. 1784.
19. Grant of administration to Elizabeth Brown, with will annexed, 21 Apr. 1787.
27. Conveyance, Anna Maria Frances Barker, of Waith upon Deane, co. York, widow, to John Cottam, of the Bail, grocer, of messuage, yard, stables and outbuildings in the Bail (shop leased by Cottam from the Dean and Chapter north, another leasehold tenement occupied by William Walley south), for £300, 22 Aug. 1842.
(Mortgage assigned to Mrs. Barker, then of Wragby, 1829).
30. Mortgage of the premises (now described as a newly-erected tenement and outbuildings occupied by Matilda Else, with an old warehouse at the back occupied by Cottam), Cottam to Elizabeth Franklyn, of Lincoln widow, for £375, 8 Feb. 1845.
32. Conveyance, John Pattison, of Paisley (Scotland), solicitor (tree. under the will of John Cottam, retired tobacco merchant, d. 19 Nov. 1891), to William Rear Linegar, of Lincoln, boot factor, of 13 Bailgate, for £460, 15 May 1912.
36. Receipt for deposit re sale by Linegar to Walter Foottit, of Bailigate, hairdresser (the occupier), 16 Feb. 1920.].

Miscellaneous title deeds, together with particulars of sale [for property in Broadway, Lincoln.]  HILL 38  1613-1869

Lease for three lives  HILL 38/1  1613


Related information: [See also Cragg 3/87].

Contents:
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.

Deed to lead the uses of a Fine and Recovery  HILL 38/2  1646

Contents:
1. Rt. Hon. Henry, Earl of Stamford,
Rt. Hon. Anne, Countess of Stamford his wife,
Rt. Hon. Thomas, Lord Gray, his son and heir.
2. Randle Cotgrave and Robert Tompkyns of London, gents..
3. Sir Martin Lister,
Richard Knightley of Preston, Northants. Esq..
Samuel Bordman of London Esq..
In consideration of the payment of the debts of the Earl of Stamford [total £6576 14s. 2d.], and costs of law suits etc. and for raising portions for the younger children of the Earl, 1 covenants with 2 to levy a fine suconuzance de droit etc. of the Manor of Willoughby Waterless. Leics., together with all messuages, buildings, lands etc. appurt.; also the advowson of the church of Willoughby Waterless; also the Manors of Cherry Willingham, Armtree and Colsterworth, and the advowson of the church of Colsterworth, together with the appurt.; also the Manors of Toft and Lound, Manthorpe cum Witham, and Manthorpe Grange; also Wildmore Fen, together with all the appurt., situated in Cherry Willingham, Colsterworth, Wilsthorpe, Somerby, Toft and Lound, Wildmore, Armtree, Witham and Easton.
To enable 2 to be tenants of the freehold, so that 3 may sue sur disseisin en le post for an action of Common Recovery.
On trust to pay the said debts to; the residue to be used to raise portions for the children of the Earl.
Dated: 21 May 22 Chas. I.

Deed to lead the uses of a Fine  HILL 38/3  3 January 1650


Related information: [See also F.L. Deeds 1146.]

Contents:
1. Rt. Hon. Henry Earl of Stamford
Rt. Hon. Anne, Countess of Stamford, his wife
Rt. Hon. Thomas, Lord Grey, his son and heir
Rt. Hon. Dorothea, Lady Grey, his wife
Rt. Hon. Robert, Lord Bruce, son and heir of Rt. Hon, Thomas, Earl of Elgin
Rt. Hon. Lady Diana, his wife, one of the daughters of the Earl and Countess of Stamford
George Booth of Durham Massey, Chester, Esq.
Rt. Hon. Lady Elizabeth, his wife, one of the daughters of the Earl and Countess
Sir Martin Lister of Thorpe, Leics.
Richard Knightley of Preston, Northants Esq.
Samuel Bordman of London Esq..
2. William Trollope Esq., son and heir apparent of Sir Thomas Trollope of Caeswick, par. of Uffington, Bart.
William Trollope of Bourne, gent.
William Hardwick of Scottlethorpe, par. of Edenham, yeoman.
Henry Hall of Gretford, gent.
Jeffrey Beavill of Toft, par. of Witham on the Hill, yeoman.
Jervase Fulwood of Huntingdon, gent.
Thomas Bradley of Toft, husbandman.
Nicholas Easton of Toft, labourer.
John Fracey of Toft, husbandman.
Bartholomew Smith of Toft, husbandman.
Robert Bevill of Toft, blacksmith.
John Auford of Toft, husbandman.
William Bradley of Toft, labourer.
Robert Withers of Toft, husbandman.
William Sleeford, son and heir of William Sleeford of Obthorpe, par.
Francis Chamberlin of Lound, par. of Witham, husbandman.
Thomas Collins of Manthorpe, par. of Witham, husbandman.
John Watson of Lound, husbandman.
John Beacham of Scottlethorpe, yeoman.
Thomas Templeman of Braceborough, husbandman.
3. John Stubbs of Nassington, Northants., gent..
George Hill of Stamford, gent..
Thomas Armestead of Obthorpe, gent..
Consideration: £2601 5s. paid to Robert Lord Bruce and Diane his wife, and George Booth and Elixabeth his wife paid as follows:- £1380 by William Trollope Esq. and William Trollope, gent; £240 by William Hardwick, £120 by Henry Hall, £115 by Jeffrey Bevill, £30 by Jervase Fulwood, £60 by Thomas Bradley, £20 by Nicholas Easton, £120 by John Fracey, £75 by Bartholomew Smith, 15s. by Robert Bevill, £42 by John Anford, £6 by William Bradley, £140 by Robert Withers, £10 by William Sleeford, £130 by Francis Chamberlin, £195 by Thomas Collins, £44 by John Watson, £100 by John Beacham, £8 10s. by Thomas Templeman.
Also 20s apiece to the Earl and Countess, Lord Grey and his wife, Sir Martin Lister, Richard Knightley and Samuel Bordman by the same parties as above [William Trollope etc. etc.]
1 covenant to levy a fine of the Manors of Toft and Lound, Manthorpe cum Witham, and Manthorpe Grange, with the appurt.; also other property in Toft, Manthorpe [inc. two watermills, Lound, Thurlby, Obthorpe and Wilsthorpe. Covenant to produce title deeds (schedule attached).

Marriage Settlement  HILL 38/4  1629

Contents:
1. Sir Anthony Irby of Boston
2. Sir Thomas Fanshawe of Jenkins, Essex
William Fanshawe of Parslowes, Essex, Esq.
Thomas Brett of London Esq.
John Cunliffe of London, gent.
Consideration: marriage between 1 and Margaret, youngest daughter of Sir Richard Smith of Leeds Castle, Kent, deceased.
Sir Anthony is to stand seised of property in Boston, Whaplode, Moulton and Weston for a jointure for his wife; he is also to stand seised of other property in Boston, Brothertoft, Moulton and Whaplode for life estate and then to the heirs male; he also agrees to surrender his copyhold estates to the use of the heirs male, and make further increases to the value of his wife's jointure.
Date 2 April 5 Chas. I.

Lease and Release and covenant to produce title deeds  HILL 38/5  17-18 June 1773

Contents:
1. Thomas Pownall of Albemarle St., par. of St. George, Hanover Square, Middx., Esq.
2. Christopher Mason of Benniworth, grazier John Parsons of Wold Newton, grazier.
Consideration: £1400; 5s.
Farmhouse in Saltfleetby, with several closes of pasture adjoining, together with the title deeds.
Schedule: 1687-1765.
[Thomas Pownall, grandfather of Governor Pownall [1] married Mary, dau. of Richard Browne of Saltfleetby.].

Particulars of Sale  HILL 38/6  c1869

Contents:
Particulars, plan, and draft agreement between George Wileman and Thomas Stallibrass for the purchase of Plot 4, Broadway, Newport, Lincoln.
Date of original sale particulars and plan:-
18 May 1869.
Date of purchase by Stallibrass:- 6 September 1876.

A collection of miscellaneous items  HILL 39  1385-20th century

MS. of news sheet  HILL 39/1  1642

Contents:
The humble petition of His Majesty's loyal subjects in the County of Lincoln
Asking that King and Parliament may be united, and that he would reside near and listen to the counsels of his Parliament, so that Romish idolatry and superstition may be extirpated, church and commonwealth duly reformed, and true religion and all else settled in peace under His Majesty's government.
Answer, given at the court at York on 28 March 1642, at the King's command by Mr Secretary Nicholas. Refers them to the answers he has already given to his Parliament. His Majesty is not gone, but driven away from his Parliament, and they should petition Parliament to comply with his just desires and gracious offers.
Printed at York.

Letter  HILL 39/2  22 May [1644]

Contents:
[Edward Montagu, 2nd Earl of] Manchester to [the Speaker of the House of Peers], from Lincoln. "I am still att Lyncolne with 4 Regiments off Foote. I have quartered 4 more att Gayeisburgn, Torksey bridge, and Saxylbye, beeinge in readines to marche towards the Scoch Army upon certaine notice off Prince Ruperts marchinge thatt waye. Moste off my horse are ioyned with the Scoche horse allreadye, and lye quartered on the other side off Trente. The Derby and Nottingham horse intende to ioyne with them. Those on the other side Trent will make neere 6000 horse and Dragoones ...."
H.M.C. 10th Report, Appendix VI, p. 152 (1887).

Letter  HILL 39/3  14 March 1646

Contents:
Earl of Rutland and Edward Lord Montagu to the Speaker of the House of Peers; from Lincoln. "The affaires before Newarke (through Gods blessing) goe on well. Colonell Ledgerds Regiment is come from Yorke to us. The officers and souldiers are all as one man to performe the service they are appointed; full of courage and healthfull. Halfe the lyne wee hope wilbe finished on Wednesdaie next, and the other wth all possible speed. One of the bridges over Trent against Winthorpe was readie three daies since. The Trent there divides: the other bridge wilbe finished in a day or two. Wee have brought a pinnace musket-proofe wthin half a mile of Newarke wherein are twoe Gunns, and wch will hould 40 Musketeers. The whole Cannon from Yorke is come to Winthorpe. One strong fort is made to secure the bridge, Another is prepareing neerer the enemies great Sconce. The whole Culverings and Morter peeces are come to Balderton and Farnton....Wee hope in god to loose noe time, nor omitt any opportunity in reduceing Newarke, and to give your Lordshipps a good and speedie accompt thereof.
Post script: The Earle of Dumfermlyn's Regiment of foote is come to Lt. Generall Leslie".
Signatures: Rutland, Edw Mountagu
H.M.C. 10th Report, Appendix VI p. 164 (1887).

Printed petition  HILL 39/4  c1690

Contents:
"To the Right Reverend, and Reverend the Bishops, and Clergy of the Province of Canterbury, to be assembled in Convocation at Westminster, A.D. 1690. The humble Petition of many Divines, and others of the Classical, Congregational, and other Perswasions, in the name of themselves, and Brethren both of Old England and New, who have born witness to the Truth in the day of tryal".
Asking them to decree certain propositions to be the clear doctrine of the Church of England. That non-resistance and passive obedience is a false and pernicious doctrine. That necessity is above all forms and rules of justice and law, and when a nation is in danger by a price influenced by evil counsellors, subjects may lawfully enter into leagues and associations, notwithstanding all obligations and oaths to the contrary. The common good of humane society is a higher obligation. That princes may be deposed for ill government and brought to condign punishment. That possession gives a just and full right to the Crown, however acquired.
8pp. 8vo.
Privately printed. No printer's or publisher's name.

Copy of court roll, manor of Wisbech Murrow  HILL 39/5  1745

Contents:
Admission of Richard Reynolds.
Presentment by the homage of the death of George Reynolds D.D., late copyhold tenant
Richard Reynolds of Paxton, esq., eldest son, came by John Mayor his attorney and sought admission to 3ac. land in Chappel Field, and 2a. more in the same field, and a moiety of 9a. land on which a messuage formerly stood in the same field, held of the manor by the yearly rent of 15s. And to the undivided moiety of 3a. in same field.
Admitted 6 August 1745. To be held at the will of the lord according to the custom of the manor.

Appointment as Captain of a Company of Militia Foot  HILL 39/6  23 Aug 1715

Contents:
Robert Bertie, Baron Willoughby of Eresby, Earl and Marquess of Lindsey, Hereditary Great Chamberlain of England, Duke of Ancaster and Kesteven, Lord Lieutenant of the County and City of Lincoln to Sir John Tyrrwhit, bart.
His Company to be raised within the City, Close, and Bail of Lincoln and the county.

Letter  HILL 39/7  3 June 1768

Contents:
Humphrey Sibthorp to Mr [Philip] Miller at the Physick Garden, Chelsea; concerning the new edition of Miller's botanical work. His visit to Cambridge and the Botanical Garden. Has been hoping to meet him dining with mutual friends. Offers to supply what he can from his garden to make up for what Miller lost by the late inclement frosts.
"Answered June 6 1768"
Purchased from James Tregaskis, 66 Great Russell Street.

Petition to the King  HILL 39/8  6 April 1794

Contents:
"The humble petition of the unfortunate debtors now confined in your Majesty's Gaol the Castle of Lincoln".
Asking the royal clemency to release them, without which they have no hope of ever being extricated as they are "men in extreme low circumstances".
Signatures or marks of 26 persons.

Letter from the debtors in Lincoln Castle to the right hon. Henry Dundas, esq  HILL 39/8A  6 April 1794

Contents:
They have heard that he has presented to the King the petition of the debtors in the King's Bench, and ask him to do the same for them. Royal clemency is their only gleam of hope.

Dr James Currie to Sir Joseph Banks at London; from Liverpool  HILL 39/9  25 Jan 1797

4 ff.

Contents:
Reports on his use of nitric acid as a substitute for mercury in several cases of venereal disease for obstructions of the liver. Will have many opportunities of putting the remedy to the test so will be able to speak decisively in a little while. Thinks the nitric acid ought also to be tried as a substitute for mercury in the yellow fever epidemic in the West Indies, so has sent out to Jamaica and the Windward Islands Sir Joseph's letter from Mr. Scott and his own opinion with a small quantity of nitric acid. Thinks that a person of Sir Joseph's elevated station may bring the subject under the immediate notice of Government.
Postscript 1 Feb.

Dr James Currie to Sir Joseph Banks; from Liverpool  HILL 39/10  23 Dec 1800

6 ff.

Contents:
Concerning the terrible condition of the French prisoners of war in England, without clothes and with an inadequate ration of food, and consequently dying off rapidly.

Extract from letter from Dr. James Currie to Dr Blane  HILL 39/11  5 Jan 1801

Contents:
About the French prisoners.

MS. memoir concerning the Rev. John Disney D.D., F.S.A  HILL 39/12  nd

4 ff.

Contents:
(d. 1816) by "G.W.M.".

Letter from General William Mudge to Sir Joseph [Banks]; from Royal Military Academy  HILL 39/13  12 Oct 1819

Contents:
Sends him a trigonometrical diagram of Lincoln and explains how it has been made, and the division of the county into 8 plates for engraving.

Discourse on John Wycliffe by Thomas Cooper  HILL 39/14  nd

20 ff.

Minutes of the meetings of the trustees of Rebecca Hussey's Charity for a minister to preach to prisoners at Lincoln  HILL 39/15  1880-1884

Contents:
3 March 1880 (1st meeting under scheme approved by High Court of Justice, Chancery Division) - 2 July 1884.
Payments to prisoners to aid them.
From Dec. 1882 minutes not signed.

Letter from Jean Ingelow to a music publisher; from 6 Holland Villas Road, Kensington W  HILL 39/16  24 Dec 1890

Contents:
Concerning his publishing her poem, 'The High tides' set to music and his desire to alter its title. Suggests as a frontispiece a photograph of Boston church tower.

Deeds  HILL 39/17  1385-1747

Grant  HILL 39/17/1  [18 March 1385]

Seal, device, black wax; on tag.

Contents:
John de Burton of Lincoln, cardmaker, to Thomas Ally, son and heir of Thomas Ally of Navenby
Property: a certain annual rent of 7 shillings and 4 pence to be received annually at the Feasts of St. Michael the Archangel and Easter by even portions from the whole of that tenement which lies between the cemetery of the church of St. Cuthbert, Lincoln, towards the south and the land formerly of William le Saynter' now of the said Thomas towards the north which annual rent he acquired from John de Grymesby of Barton and Margaret his wife, daughter and heir of the late Robert Cotty of Lincoln.
General warranty.
Witnesses: William de Dalderby then Mayor of the City of Lincoln, Henry de Harewode, Gilbert de Kyme and John de Hartesholme, then bailiffs of the same, Robert Hemmynges, William de Bramley, Adam de Dodyngton, Ralph Trylle, William Dand, Thomas de Thornhagh, Roger de Rand of Lincoln and others.
Lincoln, Saturday on the Feast of St. Edward King and Martyr, 8 Richard II.

Gift  HILL 39/17/2  [2 July 1397]

Seal, device, legend, Jack wax; on tag.

Contents:
John de Calcroftes of Chestrefeld to Ralph Fresvyle kt., lord of Staneley, Nicholas Gowsyll, kt., lord of Barleburgh, Thomas de Thornhagh, citizen of Lincoln, and Thomas de Calcroft, their heirs and assigns.
Property: One messuage with appurtenances lying in the parish of St. Cuthbert in the City of Lincoln between the cemetery of the said church on the south and the land of Thomas Ally on the north and abutting on the land of the mother church of Lincoln towards the east, and on the highway towards the west, which he had by the gift and feoffment of John de Thymelby of Lincoln, ironmonger.
General warranty
Witnesses: John Shypman then Mayor of the City of Lincoln, John de Balderton and Robert de Appulby, then bailiffs of the same, Adam de Dodyngton, Thomas de Lynnden, Cuthbert de Ho[ndenn?], Thomas Bissopp, Thomas de Baschirche, Nicholas Skynner, Thomas de Aston, Thomas de Blyton', Roger the clerk and others.
Lincoln, Monday next after the Feast of the Apostles Peter and Paul, 21 Richard II.

Feoffment  HILL 39/17/3  [1593]

Marks of (1) and seals on tags.

Contents:
(1) Bartholomew Townend of Reepham, yeoman, and Robert Stell of same, yeoman, to
(2) Richard Smyth of the City of Lincoln, gent.
Property: messuage or tenement in par. St. Swithin in the county of the city of Lincoln, with all houses, buildings, gardens, orchards, lands, and easements belonging, late in the tenure or occupation of Thomas Emonson and situated between the common lane called A water lane on the east and a tenement in the tenure of William Babbe on the west, and abutts on the water called le Eay on the south and the common lane called Kytchen Lane on the north.
9 March, 35 Eliz.
Witnesses to sealing and livery of seisin: Thomas Gregg, H. Creswell, Thomas Woodd (mark).

Feoffment  HILL 39/17/4  [1593]

Sigs. and seals missing.

Contents:
Vincent Fulnetbie of Fulnetby, esq., and Henry Jenkinson of the City of Lincoln, gent. to Richard Smythe of the City of Lincoln, gent.
Property: one messuage of tenement in par. of St. Swithin in the City of Lincoln formerly given to the perpetual maintenance of a priest to say mass and dirige in the church of Reepham.
The property was acquired by Thomas Lowson, gent., and Alexander Williams, gent. Thomas died and Alexander survived him. At the time of his death, Thomas was indebted to the Queen in £500 and to Alexander in £80. Vincent and Henry, relatives of the said Thomas, wishing to discharge the debts to the Queen and to Alexander with as little loss as possible, thought it best to sell the property and use the proceeds to pay the debts and for the benefit of the heir and children.
Consideration: 20 marks.
John Jenkinson and Edward Creswell attorneys to deliver seisn.
10 Oct, 35 Eliz.

Quitclaim  HILL 39/17/5  [1597]

Sig. and seal.

Contents:
Robert Smyth of Wintringham co. Hunts., gent. to Richard Smyth of the City of Lincoln, gent.
All title, claim and interest in all those lands, parts of all those messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments in the City of Lincoln and county of the same City, lately conveyed to him and his heirs and to Richard Worthington gent. and William Sill by Henry earl of Derby and Margaret his wife by fine levied in the Queen's court at Westminster on the Octave of St. Hilary 26 Eliz. [1584].
20 March 39 Eliz.

Feoffment  HILL 39/17/6  [1598]

Sig.; seal missing, tag.

Contents:
Robert Smyth of Wintringham, Hunts., gent. to George St. Polle of Snarford, kt.
The third part of lands, tenements, and hereditaments in the City of Lincoln or fields and precincts of the same, late in the occupation of John Falkener or his assigns, late parcel of the possessions of the dissolved Priory of Nocton, and also all that third part of one close containing 3 roods or pasture lying within the said City near the end (finem) of a certain street there called Eastgate, late parcel of the late dissolved monastery of Louth Park.
The feoffment is made at the request of Richard Smyth of the City of Lincoln, gent.
Attorneys to deliver seisin: The said Richard Smyth and Thomas Turbervile, gent.
20 May 40 Eliz.

Letter of attorney  HILL 39/17/7  [1598]

Contents:
George St Polle of Snarford, kt. to Anthony Tonge and John Kirkton
To receive in his name from Robert Smyth of Wintringham, Hunts., gent. full and peaceful possession and seisin of the property as in HILL 39/17/6.
20 May 40 Eliz.
Sig.

Feoffment  HILL 39/17/8  [1598]

Sig.; seal missing.

Contents:
Richard Smyth of the City of Lincoln, gent. to Lancelot Forster of the Bail of Lincoln, gent.
All his orchard with appurtenances in Old [Veteri] Lincoln, which, inter alia, he lately acquired from Robert Monson, one of the sons of John Monson, kt., deceased.
15 July, 40 Eliz.

Inquisition Post Mortem  HILL 39/17/9  [1630]

Contents:
Thomas Grantham, kt.
Taken at the Bail of Lincoln before William Pelham, kt., William Anderson esq., John Broxholme esq., Christopher Beresford, esq., feodaries of the county of Lincoln and escheators of the said county and Commissioners of the said King, by the oath of 13 men (named) who said that shortly before his death he was seised in demesne as of fee of land in:-
One messuage with appurtenances in the City of Lincoln, now or late in the tenure or occupation of Robert Kelke.
One cottage with appurtenances in the City now or late in the tenure of [blank] Prin
Close of pasture in the city (½a.): late in the tenure of [ ] Feilde.
One other messuage with appurtenances in the City called le Rayne Deere.
All that site, circuit, and precinct of the late Priory of St. Catherine outside the walls of the City, and all houses, barns, stables etc. belonging to the said site.
All that grange with appurtenances in Bracebridge called Southgarth grange.
The manor of Bracebridge called Northall Manor, and 30a. land with appurtenances in Canwick, parcel of the said manor of Bracebridge, formerly land of Edmond Prestwich, esq.
One messuage and 20a. pasture with appurtenances in Bracebridge called Batmans lande.
One messuage and 20a. pasture with appurtenances in Bracebridge called Bullers Farme.
One messuage and 20a. pasture with appurtenances in Bracebridge called Halls Farme
One sheep walk with appurtenances in Bracebridge and Waddington and Meere called St. Johns Heath
Rectory of Bracebridge and advowson of the vicarage of same
All those messuages, tofts, cottages, lands, tenements etc. in Bracebridge, formerly in the separate tenures of Robert Russell, Robert Greene, Richard Packarell and Christopher Burton
Advowson of the rectory of the church of Waddington in the county of the City
A cell and divers lands, meadows, and pastures lately of the Black Monks, in or near the City.
Manor of Branston in the county of the City and certain woods or wooded lands with appurtenances in Branston called Branston Woods
One marsh pasture in Branston called Temple Pasture
And the reversion after 90 years of three bovates of meadow and pasture land with appurtenances in Branston, in the tenure of Thomas Grantham, gent.
One other marsh pasture with appurtenances in Branston containing 18a. adjacent to a certain pasture in Potter Hanworth called Witham Ings.
One grange with appurtenances in Meere called the East Meere Grange
Rectory of Meere
A certain wooded ground in Potter Hanworth called Thorgarton woode
A certain fen ground in Potter Hanworth (40a.)
Capital messuage with appurtenances in Golthough called Golthough house or Golthough Hall
Manor of Golthough, and all lands, tenements, and hereditaments belonging to the capital messuage and manor.
The grange of Kinthorpe and all lands tenements and hereditaments belonging
Manor of Nether Langton with appurtenances and grange there called Langton Grange
Manor of Kirke Langton otherwise Upper Langton
Mediety of rectory of church of Upper and Nether Langton and mediety of advowson of church of Upper and Nether Langton
And 40a. wood in separate parts, called Moore woods, Brothercroft, Fishborne wood, Usedaile Wood, Freer Woods, and Kilnhouse wood in Upper and Nether Langton.
Manor of Panton and advowson of rectory
Manor of Wragby and rectory of Wragby and advowson of vicarage of church of Wragby
One cottage with appurtenances in Wragby. 2 bovates of meadow land and pasture in Wragby
Sir Thomas Grantham by deed of 1 Oct. 1621 enfeoffed Thomas Puckeringe kt. and bt., Adam Newton, John Ferrers kt., Edward Ayscough kt., Thomas Ayscough and Robert Manby gent. with Goltho House, the manor of Goltho, the grange of Kinthorpe and the woods or wood grounds, to be held by them to the use of Sir Thomas for term of his life, and after his death to the use of the executors whom he should appoint by his testament and last will, for and towards the performance of the said will until Thomas Grantham, esq., eldest son of Thomas Grantham, kt., should attain his full age of twenty-one, and afterwards to the use of Thomas Grantham the son, his heirs and assigns for ever. Therefore by virtue of the Statute of Uses, Sir Thomas was seised in his demesne as of freehold for term of his life of the said properties.
By indenture tripartite of 19 December 1 Charles [1625] between (1) the said Sir Thomas Grantham (2) Thomas Hutchinson kt. and Godfrey Copley esq. (3) Lucy Sacheverell, then widow, in consideration of a marriage to be solemnized between (1) and (3) and so that the property should continue in the name and blood of Sir Thomas, (1) agreed with (2) that he would assure to (2) by fine or otherwise, the manors of Panton and Wragby, advowson of the rectory of Panton and rectory of Wragby and advowson of the vicarage, the cell of the Black Monks, the manor of Kirke Langton or Upper Langton (except Francis Wheeler's Farm and Langton Woods). The manors of Panton and Wragby and the rectory of Wragby and the advowson of the vicarage of Panton, and the advowson of the vicarage of Wragby and other premises in Wragby, and the Black Monks, to the use of Sir Thomas for term of his life. And after his death, to the use of Lucy Sacheverell, afterwards wife of Sir Thomas, and now Lady Lucy Grantham widow, for term of Lucy's life, as jointure. And after the deaths of Sir Thomas and of Lucy, then to the use of Thomas Grantham, kt. and his heirs forever. The manor of Kirk Langton to the use of Thomas Grantham, kt. and his heirs until Sir Thomas should have a son by Lucy, then to the use of such son and his heirs male; for default of such, to the use of Sir Thomas and his heirs until he should have a second son by Lucy, and so successively to other sons and their heirs. For default of such issue, to the use of Sir Thomas and his heirs for ever.
At the time of his death Sir Thomas had no male issue surviving by Lucy.
By indenture of 25 Sept. 4 Charles [1628] made with Thomas Ayscough and Robert Manby, Sir Thomas agreed to stand seised of the Black Monks to the use of Francis Grantham, his younger son, his heirs and assigns for ever.
By indenture of 25 Sept. 4 Charles made with Thomas Puckringe, Adam Newton, John Ferrers, Edward Ayscough, Thomas Ayscough and Robert Manby, Sir Thomas agreed to stand seised of the manor of Bracebridge and the site of the Priory of St. Catherine, the rectory of Bracebridge, the advowson of Bracebridge and the other premises in Bracebridge, and of St. John's Heath and the Eastmere Grange, the premises in Potter Hanworth, the moiety of the rectory of Upper and Nether Langton, to the use of Sir Thomas for life, then to the use of Thomas Grantham, his eldest son and heir, and his assigns for ever. And the reversion of the manors of Wragby and Panton and the rectory of Wragby to the use of Thomas Grantham the son his heirs and assigns, provided that Sir Thomas by his will may dispose of the rents of the premises, to be received by the executors during the minority of the said Thomas.
Sir Thomas's will, dated 4 Oct. 4 Charles [1628]. Executors to levy £1000 for son Francis and should educate him, then to be disposed by eldest son, Thomas. Testator desired that the Courts of Wards and Liveries should accept the manors of Upper and Nether Langton, the manor of Branston and the other premises there for the third part of his estates due to the King during the minority of Thomas Grantham his son.
He died on 30 July 6 Charles I [1630].
Thomas Grantham, esq., is son and next heir. At the time of Sir Thomas's death, he was aged 17 years 9 months and 4 days.
Valuations.
Lady Lucy survived Sir Thomas. Living at Radcliffe upoh Soare.
20 October, 6 Charles.

Feoffment  HILL 39/17/10  1638

Mark and seal (damaged)

Contents:
Henry Yorke of the Bail of Lincoln, blacksmith Philip Stanford of the Bail of Lincoln, cutler
Orchard or piece of ground in old Lincoln which he lately acquired from Lancelot Forster of the Bail of Lincoln, gent.
Consideration: £42
22 March, 13 Charles.

Bond  HILL 39/17/11  nd

Sig. Seal broken.

Contents:
Molieneux Dissney of the Close of Lincoln, esq. to Philip Stamford of the Bail of Lincoln, innholder, in £60.
For performance of covenants in indentures of even date between the two.

Assignment of lease  HILL 39/17/12  20 May 1648

Sig. and seal

Contents:
Charles North of Walkringham, Notts., esq. to Philip Stamford of the Bail of Lincoln, innholder
Consideration: £10
All his estate, interest, and term of years, in one toftstead in Norgate in the City of Lincoln and all right, title, and interest in one messuage or tenement and one orchard adjoining in the late parish of St. Cuthbert, and now in the parish of St. Michael, late in the tenure of the said Charles North, paying the rents mentioned in the leases from Anthony Topham, D.D. and performing the covenants on the part of the tenant.
Endorsed "Assignment of part of Kidds premises".

Lease for 40 years  HILL 39/17/13  [1684]

Seal missing.

Contents:
(1) "The Kinges devout and poore chaplaines vicare chorall of the Cathedral church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Lincoln".
(2) John Parsons of the City of Lincoln, flax dresser.
Their house or tenement in the parish of St. Mark in the City of Lincoln, abutting on the King's high way on the west, Sincell dyke on the east, a common lane on the north, and the lands belonging to the parish of St. Mark on the south.
Rent: 10s. a year
14 Feb 36 Chas II
Sigs. Walter Powell; Nathaniel Gibson.

Bond  HILL 39/17/14  29 June 1747

Sig. and seal (arm.)

Contents:
Gilbert Caldecot of the Close of Lincoln, esq. to Henry Norton of Old Bedlam in the City of London, cordwainer in £400, for the payment of £210, according to a certain proviso in an indenture of assignment tripartite by way of mortgage of even date, made between Gilbert Benet of Repham, the said Gilbert Caldecot, and the said Henry Norton.

Assignat for Cinq livres  HILL 39/18  nd

Fragmentary

Contents:
Crée le 10 Brumaire l'an 2me de la République Française.

Bank note for One Guinea  HILL 39/19  29 Nov 1813

Contents:
Issued by Gloucester Old Bank.

Newspaper cutting concerning Lincoln Fair  HILL 39/20  1890

Contents:
With two illustrative drawings.

Rough notes by Mr Mason of Andrew and Co  HILL 39/21  nd

Contents:
Concerning firms of solicitors in the City of Lincoln in the 19th and 20th centuries showing partnerships and amalgamations.

Letter  HILL 39/22  8 May 1919

Contents:
From J.H. Round to Canon Foster; from 15 Brunswick Terrace, Brighton
Thanks for collating the text of a charter. Thinks no one but himself has discovered that Philipot is not trustworthy. Refers to Sir Christopher Hatton's pedigree. The volume of Fines (1160-1272) for Lincoln Record Society. Will be pleased as a non-member to send a small donation to the special Domesday fund as a mark of sympathy with the work and appreciation of its method. For Lincolnshire there is valuable material in the Testa, but does not know whether Eyton's complicated notebooks are of any assistance. The Essex Archaeological Society, of which he is President. Difficulties caused by cost of printing. Has been confined to bed for nearly eight months.

Letter  HILL 39/23  6 July 1925

Contents:
From J.H. Round to Canon Foster; from 15 Brunswick Terrace, Brighton
Confined to his bedroom. It is nearly 40 years since he edited a volume of Ancient Charters for the Pipe Roll Society, and is too enfeebled now to undertake much, but would like to help with his pen on special points, if well enough. Has seen a notice of Canon Foster's scheme (for a special fund for the Record Society) in a corner of that day's Times.

Photocopies of charters of Stixwould in the Bodleian Library  HILL 39/24  nd

Contents:
Mainly concerning Honington, Lincs.

Charter  HILL 39/24/1  1164; nd

Contents:
Of William earl of Roumara to justices, sheriffs, and all ministers of the King in Lincolnshire.
Affidavit that he was there where Arnulf son of Peter in the court of King Henry, grandfather of the present King lost in judgment the land of Hundintun which he had falsely claimed against the Holy nuns of Stixwould, and he is ready to demonstrate this, as the county court (comitatus) of Lincoln decreed, and many more who still live were there and saw and heard this.
[Temp. Hen. II] MS. ch. Lincs.
Transcript by Canon Foster in q 21 of Foster Library (Charters from Bodleian).

Quitclaim  HILL 39/24/2  1165; nd

Contents:
Hamo de Hundingt[ona] son of Tol[us], to the holy nuns of Stixwould
One bovate of land in Hundingt[ona] held from him and his heirs for ever, which his father held from Countess Lucy. And besides, seven selions after his death, held from him and his heirs for ever, which Lucy the Countess held from his father in Warnad' for four pence annually.
And the nuns shall pay him annually 2s. as long as he lives, which he wishes to receive. And he will be faithful and loyal to them in all things, so that he and his wife his father and mother and all his relatives may be participators of all the benefits which shall or may be in their church. And they shall receive his body after his death with whatever sort of chattel he is able to give them at that hour.
Witnesses: Master Symon, Thomas the canon, Torus? the canon, Brother Robert, Elias the chaplain, Peter the doctor, Walter clerk of Hallestede, Walter the clerk son of Geoffrey, Walter the clerk son of Hervey, Roger clerk of Horsington, Walter clerk of Walmest', Gerard canon of Lecheburn, Richard son of Ernest, Roger son of Roger de Hallestede, Eudo the clerk. And these are witnesses at Hunding[ona] on the feast of St. Cosmas and Damian: Colgrim, Walter, Robert gener of Hugh, Hervey son of Hugh, Seward, and Richard his brother, Geoffrey son of Alan the deacon, Alan son of Kene, Roger, William son of Haunard, Hugh son of Alwin, [...]etred.
Ms. ch. Lincs.
Transcript in F.L./q 21.

Gift in frankalmoin  HILL 39/24/3  [12th century]; nd

Contents:
Alexandria daughter of Ralph Bernard, by the will and counsel of her friends, after the death of her husband, Robert de Herierbi, gives and grants to Holy Mary and the Church of Stixwould and the convent there serving God all her marriage portion which he has at Hnditun, namely 12 bovates of land in the territory of Hundintune with tofts and crofts, with houses and men, meadows and pastures and with all their appurtenances in the vill and outside the vill, in perpetual alms, free and quit from all secular services and customs and exactions which belong to her or to her heirs after her life, namely the convent shall perform every foreign service for that land and shall give to her, within three days of the asking, 3s:8d. in fraternal charity as long as she shall live and she wishes to have it. After her death she quit claims to the convent those moneys free from all her heirs for ever. If she dies in secular habit, the said convent shall receive her body and make full obsequies as though for one of their nuns. And if she shall wish to change her life into holy religion, however, she will give to the said church from her patrimony at Wilgebi, whether in land, whether in rent whether in both with the aforesaid 3s. 8d., when freely and by good advice it shall receive her honourably within the congregation. She swears on the oath of Roger son of Roger de Stixwould and Alice mother of the said Roger to hold lawfully and firmly, without guile and bad intent, all the things written in this present charter and to warrant them against all men, and she does this all for the salvation of her own soul, of Robert her husband and William her son and of her father and mother and all her relatives, that they may be participators of all the benefits which shall or may be in their church for ever.
Witnesses: Thomas, Thorus Canon, Brother Hugh, Brother Gudred, William priest of Lundertorp, Richard the clerk, Walter the clerk son of Hervey the fisher [piscator], Ralph son of Stephen of []ollandia and Letia his wife, Eulalia wife of Walter, Henry son of Water de Mundvilla, Thomas the reeve, Thomas Martell', Robert son of Aschetun of Hallested, Richard Baligan, Robert de Fulebee gent., Thomas de Stikeswold, Maurice de Edlington, Almar' son of Acher, Walter de Archeseia, Robert son of William of Hich', Henry de Marna. And at Hundintunia, Robert the priest, Alan the deacon, Robert de Scoche, Alan Palmer, Roger Messer, Hugh Cheb, Richard son of Edive, Robert Brun, Richard Bariona', Geoffrey son of Alan the clerk, Girnegan, Geoffrey le Westreis, Mahald wife of Alan, Bricciva(?) wife of Richard, Gunnild wife of Hugh Cheb, Maltilda daughter of Richard, Hawise wife of Robert Brun, Hawise wife of William, Cecilia daughter of Robert the priest.
Ms. ch. Lincs. 1166.

Gift in frankalmoin  HILL 39/24/4  nd

Contents:
Hugh Scot to God and St. Mary and the Convent of Stixwould
12 bovates of land in the territory of undintune, with tofts and crofts, and all other appurtenances, which William son of Alexsandra and Alexsandra herself, mother of the same William, namely daughter of Ralph Bernard, gave and confirmed to the said convent. To be held in perpetual alms, free and quit from all secular services, customs and exactions which may belong to him or to his heirs, except foreign service and except three shillings which the same convent will give annually to him and his heirs at the Feast of St. John Baptist. The convent shall receive his body and that of his wife to bury and shall do as much for them as they do for a canon and for a nun. He and his heirs will warrant the said land to the convent for ever as the charter of Alexsandra his aunt attests.
Witnesses: Godfrey Druce, Richard Bretone, Archdeacon of Coventry, Thomas de Wisseburne, Robert de Hardre, Master Philip de Suina (?), Michael Belet, William Ruffus, Ralph M[er]dac(?), Robert Suttefeld, Nigel son of Alexsander, Roger de Sitfelde, Richard nephew of Robert de Hardres, Hugh Smerle.
MS. ch. Lincs 1167.

Gift in frankalmoin  HILL 39/24/5  nd

Contents:
Hugh Scot to God and Blessed Mary and the Nuns of Stixwould serving God there.
The church of St. Andrew of Wilchebi [Wilksby] with all its appurtenances, in pure and perpetual alms
The gift is for the salvation of his soul and that of R. his wife, for the souls of his father and mother and of all his ancestors and successors.
Warranty
Witnesses: William de Aubeni, and William his son, Master Ralph de Kyme, Eustace de Ledenham, Randle de Ounesby, William de Hosbneby kt., William Lunet, William son of Am[?sr]es, Robert de Hasceby, John de Hasceby, Walter Lunet, Thomas son of Gilbert de Neuton (?), Adam de Neutun.
[13th c.] Ms. ch. Lincs. 1168.

Agreement  HILL 39/24/6  nd

Contents:
Between the master of Stixwould and the nuns serving God there, and
William son of Peter Albus of Wymundham [Wymondham]. That the said master and nuns have exchanged with the said William 2 acres and 3 roods of land in the territory of Wymundham for so much land in the same territory
Witnesses: Roger Pepin, Ralph Hamelin, William Boye, William son of Durand, Durand son of Geoffrey, Henry son of Durand, Ralph son of John, Herbert of Alestorp', Geoffrey son of Rither and others.
1223 Ms. ch. Lincs. 1169.

Gift, in exchange  HILL 39/24/7  nd

Contents:
Michael Belet to the nuns of Stixwould
One toft in Sichestan [Syston], namely that which was [of?] Gunchetel for ever in exchange for another toft which is at the gate of the cemetery Sichester, which is the fee of the earl of Chester and belongs to Hundintona. In such a way, however, that the nuns of Stixwould have given Michael Belet 4s.
Witnesses: Roger priest of Barcast[ona], Walter parson of the church of the same town, Robert son of Roger the priest, Hamo son of Eudo, Hamo son of Ralph, Cholegrim, Acer[us?] his brother, Haldan', Robert, Geoffrey, Gernagan, Nicholas, Roger priest of Belton, Valchelino clerk of the same vill, William parson of Sigestan, Reginald priest of the same vill, Teoderic brother of William parson of Sichester, Geoffrey brother of Michael Belet, Robert son of William de Herierebi, Robert clerk of Stoche, Alan deacon of Wudingetun
[Late 12th century] Ms. ch. Lincs. 1170
Transcript in F.L. q 21.

Grant and quitclaim  HILL 39/24/8  nd

Contents:
John de Cormerrie to God and Blessed Mary and the Prioress and Convent of Stixwould
His annual rent of 3s. which he ought to receive from them for the tenement which they hold from him in Hondyngton
Witnesses: Sir Robert de Barkewrd', kt., Sir Theobald de Stykeswald, kt., Dom Robert vicar of Stixwould, Thomas de Boweston chaplain, Walter Durant of Stixwould, Robert de Lincoln. In Honington: William son of Henry of Hondyngton, William ad Ecclesiam of the same, and others.
[1. 13th c.] Ms. ch. Lincs. 1172.

Antiquarian correspondence of John Ross  HILL 40  1823-1870

About 80 letters bound together in a small paper-covered volume  HILL 40/1  1829-1849

Contents:
Enclosed at front, five loose items, including a letter of 1823 from Thomas Smith, of Lincoln, and a copy of a letter from Ross to Mr. [John] Cole, of Scarborough, dated from South Carlton, 31 Jan. 1831, in which he refers to the discovery of Roman tiles at the Castle, Lincoln, and to his intention to seek employment in London as a librarian or bookseller. (He settled, however, as a schoolmaster, at Edmonton, and later moved back to Lincoln.) Correspondents include John Cole and other members of the Cole family, the Revd. Charles Garvey, E.J. Willson (a letter about John of Gaunt's palace and the oriel window, 21 June 1849), and William Chapman, of Nottingham.

A volume of letters  HILL 40/2  1850-1854

Contents:
Letters from Wm. Chapman, W.R. Emeris (of Louth), etc. Also a passport and some continental hotel bills, 1852.

A volume of letters  HILL 40/3  1855-1858

Contents:
Correspondents include the Revd. George Oliver, the Revd. F. Laurent (Saleby), the Revd. W.F.J. Kaye (Riseholme), the Revd. H.K. Bonney, the Revd. H. Maclean (Caistor), Lord Monson (1858), and Thomas Paradise (of Stamford).

Many letters from Monson  HILL 40/4  1859-1861

Contents:
Including some about the restoration of South Carlton church. Other letters refer to the Lincoln Diocesan Architectural Society.

Letters  HILL 40/5  1862

Contents:
Correspondents include the sixth baron Monson (with one letter from the seventh), William Chapman, the Revd. F. Laurent, the Revd. E. Trollope, Thomas Paradise and Edward Peacock (of Bottesford).

Letters  HILL 40/6  1863

Several letters from John Ross Barker (nephew)  HILL 40/7  1864

Contents:
A teacher at the King Edward VI grammar school, Southampton.

Letters  HILL 40/8  1865

Contents:
Correspondents include Arthur Larken (Balderton Hall, Newark), J.T. Fowler (Winterton) and J.L. Fytche (Thorpe Hall, Louth).

Letters  HILL 40/9  1866

Letters  HILL 40/10  1867

An unbound bundle of letters  HILL 40/11  c 1860s

209 Items.

Contents:
Mostly Jan. 1868 to Jan. 1870, but a few earlier ones at the end.

A bound MS. volume, being principally a grammatical treatise  HILL 40/12  nd

Contents:
At the end two small books are bound in, one entitled 'Sketch of the Characteristics of English Church Architecture', and the other being a work on astronomy.

Genealogical extracts relating to the Rye family and collaterals  HILL 40/13  nd

Contents:
An unbound notebook. (in Laurent's handwriting).

Miscellaneous  HILL 41  19th-20th centuries

Contents:
HILL 41/2-4. Letters to Edward R. Cousans, editor and proprietor of the Lincolnshire Times.

Reminiscences of Lord Henry Bentinck by George Nevile M.A., author of Horses and Riding  HILL 41/1  [Late 19th c]

Administrative history:
Given to Sir Francis by Mrs. A.L. Nevile of Thorney Hall.

Contents:
Refers to 1850s and 1860s.

From Thornton Hunt and others  HILL 41/2  1856-1869

From Thornton Hunt  HILL 41/2/1  19 Jan 1856

Contents:
From 154 Strand, London. Newspaper business. Concerning the Lincoln members and the writer's articles in the Globe. About sending the Quarterlies.

From Thornton Hunt  HILL 41/2/2  12 April 1856

Contents:
His 'London Talk' this week. Bernard's work on Cousans' paper.

From Thornton Hunt  HILL 41/2/3  5 July 1856

Contents:
From 39 Bedford Street, Covent Garden. Bernard understands that Cousans wishes his communications discontinued in the L.T. His cruise. Dined with Victor Hugo. The Duke of Devonshire.

From Thornton Hunt  HILL 41/2/4  26 July 1856

Contents:
Bernard will regret to part from the [Lincolnshire] Times, but it will not be a financial loss to him. Will keep up his 'London Talk'. To-day sends only a scrap or two, as is overwhelmed with business consequent on the close of the session. Sorry he finds money a difficulty - Bernard would be glad of some.

From Thornton Hunt  HILL 41/2/5  29 July 1856

Contents:
Has read over the "News of the Week" and sends his criticisms. Will watch the new editor's writing and report his observations to Cousans on both style and political information or shrewdness. Will continue the 'London Talk'.

From Thornton Hunt  HILL 41/2/6  15 March 1860

Contents:
The writer's illness, due to overwork and anxiety. Must cut down work to the least possible amount and relinquish what is most trying. Must give up his work for Cousans. Suggests possible successors to undertake the work. Had hoped to go on working with him until they had made the paper.

From Colman Burroughs  HILL 41/2/7  nd

Contents:
From 3 Truro Street, Haverstock Hill, N.W. Thinks they could work very comfortably together. Does not know to whom Hunt proposes handing over his contribution to the Lincoln Times, but speculates on this. Offers his services for the 'News of the Week' and 'London Talk'.

From G.T. Waldo Sibthorp  HILL 41/2/8  21 March 1860

Contents:
From House of Commons Library. Understands he was trying to see him yesterday. Has forwarded to him last night's division list. His views on the Reform and his determination to support the second reading. On Monday he presented a petition from Cherry Willingham against abolition of Church Rates.

From D. Laing Purves  HILL 41/2/9  11 May 1869

Contents:
From Daily Telegraph, 135 Fleet Street. To compensate for his failure last week, sends a long notice of Victor Hugo's 'L'Homme qui rit'.

Portion of letter to Cousans from Thornton Hunt  HILL 41/2/10  nd

From Charles Tennyson d'Eyncourt  HILL 41/3  1857-1859

From Bayons Manor, Market Rasen  HILL 41/3/1  19 Feb 1857

Contents:
Arguments about his name prompted by the author of 'Lincoln Patronymics' who put the name of d'Eyncourt prominently forward as one of those which had "mouldered into oblivion or passed to families alien from their blood".

From Bayons Manor  HILL 41/3/2  20 Feb 1857

Contents:
Further on same subject as HILL 41/3/1 in explanation.

From Brancepeth Castle, Durham  HILL 41/3/3  8 Dec 1859

Contents:
Thanks him for giving so much space in his paper to an account of the opening of his Land (or Rural?) Institute.
Thinks he will succeed in giving a new character to the agricultural population around him.

Two letters from Thomas Miller to E.R. Cousans  HILL 41/4  1859

Contents:
From Rose Cottage, Chester Gardens, Kennington Cross, with two of his 'Sketches of English Country Life' for publication in the paper. 12 and 26 Nov. 1859.
The 'Sketches' are No. I. Drinsey-Nook and Tom Otter
No. II. Old Lincolnshire Travelling.
There is also a typescript copy of II.

A collection of printed handbills, posters, election squibs and other printed ephemera  HILL 41/5  1809-1847

Crown calendar for Lincolnshire lent Assizes  HILL 41/5/1  11 Mar 1809

Notice of closure of Gainsborough Theatre due to "the demise of Her Majesty"  HILL 41/5/2  21 Nov 1818

Lincolnshire County Election, Instruction to freeholders Louth  HILL 41/5/3  18 Jun 1818

Number not given  HILL 41/5/4  [n.d.]

Sentences of prisoners at Lincolnshire Lent Assizes  HILL 41/5/5  Sat 9 Mar 1822

Crown calendar for Lincolnshire Lent Assizes  HILL 41/5/6  8 Mar 1823

Sentences of prisoners at Lincolnshire Lent Assizes  HILL 41/5/7  8 Mar 1823

Account of executions of Wm. Arden, John Doughty, Benjamin Chandler  HILL 41/5/8  21 Mar 1823

Account of executions of Wm. Arden [John Doughty], Benjamin Candler. Includes poem  HILL 41/5/9  21 Mar 1823

Results of election of coroner Goe and Dickenson  HILL 41/5/10  2 Dec 1827

"Pro bono publico" capture of animal resembling an "Orang outang" on Canwick Common  HILL 41/5/11  7 Jun 1826

The Sorrowful lamentation of George Wingfield of Lincoln aged 34 sentenced to execution  HILL 41/5/12  [1829]

Particulars of the trial and executions of George Wingfield and Thomas Lister  HILL 41/5/13  27 Mar 1829

Lost, stolen or strayed from the Rein Deer Yard.... a red cock (political)  HILL 41/5/14  24 Jul 1830

The banners of blue - poem (political)  HILL 41/5/15  22 Jul 1830

Sentences at Lincolnshire Summer Assizes  HILL 41/5/16  24 Jul 1830

Particulars of the trials, condemnation and execution of Timothy Brammer and Thomas Strong  HILL 41/5/17  19 Mar 1830

Contents:
For burglary at Hawstead Hall; and John Clarke for sheep stealing.

Sentences at Lincolnshire Lent Assizes  HILL 41/5/18  6 Mar 1830

"The Pink" no. 2. pub. Boston  HILL 41/5/19  nd

The sorrowful lamentation and confession of Robert Hartley, executed at Maidstone Assizes  HILL 41/5/20  nd

Bird Flown! (political) Lincoln  HILL 41/5/21  nd

Sentences at Lincolnshire Lent Assizes  HILL 41/5/22  5 Mar 1831

Particulars of the trial and execution of Michael Lundy  HILL 41/5/23  12 Mar 1831

Particulars of the trial and execution of John Greenwood  HILL 41/5/24  18 Mar 1831

Sentences at Lincolnshire Summer Assizes  HILL 41/5/25  16 Jul 1831

Account of trial and execution of William Hall for the murder of Edward Button at Grimsby  HILL 41/5/26  22 Jul 1831

Account of trial, confession and execution of Richard Cooling and Thomas Motley for arson at Lusby  HILL 41/5/27  29 Jul 1831

Verses written on the murder of Eliz. Clark  HILL 41/5/28  nd

Number not given  HILL 41/5/29  [n.d.]

Sentences at Lincolnshire Lent Assizes  HILL 41/5/30  3 Mar 1832

Sentences at Lincolnshire Assizes  HILL 41/5/31  3 Mar 1832

"A speciman of Colonel Sibthorp as a law maker"  HILL 41/5/32  16 Jun 1832

Contents:
Criticism on Sibthorp's favouring the death penalty instead of expensive transportation.

Sentences at Lincolnshire Summer Assizes  HILL 41/5/33  21 Jul 1832

Notice of a Reform Festival, including procession, dinner and dance  HILL 41/5/34  26 Nov 1832

"To be sold by private contract" (electoral)  HILL 41/5/35  15 Dec 1832

Sentences at Lincolnshire Lent Assizes  HILL 41/5/36  9 Mar 1833

Account of William Taylor executed for murder of William Burbank  HILL 41/5/37  18 Mar 1833

Account of William Stephenson executed for highway assault and robbery  HILL 41/5/38  22 Mar 1833

Account of trial and execution of William Stephenson  HILL 41/5/39  22 Mar 1833

Verses of Thomas Knapton, condemned for rape of Frances Elstone  HILL 41/5/40  30 Jan 1833

Account of trial and execution of Thomas Knapton  HILL 41/5/41  26 Jun 1833

Letter to electors of Lincoln  HILL 41/5/42  1 Dec 1834

Sentences at Lincolnshire Lent Assizes  HILL 41/5/43  8 Mar 1834

Letter "to the Religious Public" (electoral)  HILL 41/5/44  1 Jul 1837

Report of trial of John Dimsey for murder of William Marshall and Deborah Hutchinson  HILL 41/5/45  Mar 1836

Agreement of coalition, Edward Butler and Charles Churchill  HILL 41/5/46  Jul 1837

Passing notes to the election no. 1  HILL 41/5/47  Jul 1837

"A sheet of the trials at Lincoln Summer Assizes  HILL 41/5/48  1838

Contents:
- Newspaper account of the trials.

Letter to freemen and electors of the City, Bail and Close of Lincoln from "an elector"  HILL 41/5/49  nd

Speech of E.L. Bulwer MP in the House of Commons on the ballot question  HILL 41/5/50  Feb 1838

Trial of Mr Whig no. 1  HILL 41/5/51  nd

Poem. In honour of the coronation of Queen Victoria  HILL 41/5/52  1838

To the men of Lincoln. Reproduction of a letter of Edward R Cousans  HILL 41/5/53  25 Jun 1839

Letter to the Freemen and electors of Lincoln from Charles Henry Churchill  HILL 41/5/54  Jan 1839

Letter to the freemen and electors of the city, Bail and close of Lincoln from E L Bulwer  HILL 41/5/55  Dec 1840

The Pious Petition of Lawyer Noodle - poem  HILL 41/5/56  nd

Letter to the freeholders, electors and agriculturalists of south Lincs from Charles Chaplin  HILL 41/5/57  Jun 1841

Letter to the freeholders and electors of the Southern Division of Lincs from John Trollope  HILL 41/5/58  Jun 1841

To the electors of the City, Bail and close of Lincoln from E L Bulwer  HILL 41/5/59  Jun 1841

Announcing a special general meeting of the Liberal Society  HILL 41/5/60  Jun 1841

Announcing a special general meeting of the Liberal Society  HILL 41/5/61  Jun 1841

Letter to the working men of Lincoln from "a working man"  HILL 41/5/62  Jun 1841

To the Freemen and electors of Lincoln, a letter from "an elector of the Bail"  HILL 41/5/63  Jun 1841

"Blue consternation and All is Confusion" a letter from "a voter"  HILL 41/5/64  Jun 1841

"Lincoln, a Close Borough". A letter from an elector  HILL 41/5/65  nd

To the Electors of Lindsey, a letter from Worsley  HILL 41/5/66  Jun 1841

To the electors of the City, Bail and Close a letter from E L Bulwer  HILL 41/5/67  Jun 1841

To the freemen and electors of city, Bail and Close, letter from William R. Collett  HILL 41/5/68  Jun 1841

To the place men of Lincoln, a letter from one of the Gentry  HILL 41/5/69  Jun 1841

Number not given  HILL 41/5/70  [n.d.]

A second letter of a placeman of Lincoln to one of the Gentry  HILL 41/5/71  Jun 1841

"Beware of Tory Tricks"  HILL 41/5/72  nd

Poem "Important questions briefly answered"  HILL 41/5/73  nd

Grand Novelty. An exhibition of the principle animals and birds lately belonging to the Pot Club"  HILL 41/5/74  nd

To the electors of Lincoln from a "landowner" who does not want to be robbed  HILL 41/5/75  nd

Poem: "The Ungrateful Bird  HILL 41/5/76  nd

Poem: "Broggy... and Pig Swill"  HILL 41/5/77  nd

Poem: "A Dream" by Sam Slick  HILL 41/5/78  nd

Poem: "Answer to Sam Slick's epistle" by Castigator  HILL 41/5/79  nd

To the Conservative freemen and electors of the city from "an elector"  HILL 41/5/80  nd

Seven plain questions (Lord Worsley)  HILL 41/5/81  nd

"Bread! Bread! Cheap or dear bread?"  HILL 41/5/82  nd

To brother electors of Lindsey (re Christopher & Cust)  HILL 41/5/83  nd

Qualification of an agricultural member for Lindsey  HILL 41/5/84  nd

Results of the Lincoln election  HILL 41/5/85  nd

Lincoln election - state of the poll at 11 o'clock  HILL 41/5/86  nd

Lindsey electors (against Charles Chaplin)  HILL 41/5/87  nd

To the freeholders and electors of Lindsey  HILL 41/5/88  nd

Letter to the freemen and electors of the City, Bail and Close from William Collett  HILL 41/5/89  Jul 1841

Lindsey Election. The speech of Lord Worsley  HILL 41/5/90  Jul 1841

To the electors of Lindsey from Christopher & Cust  HILL 41/5/91  Jul 1841

Horncastle Election. Letter from "Roger Rawbone"  HILL 41/5/92  Jul 1841

Poem "in the days when we went soldiering"  HILL 41/5/93  May 1841

A placeman of Lincoln, to the gentry of Lincoln  HILL 41/5/94  Jun 1841

To the electors of Lincoln, from Christopher & Cust  HILL 41/5/95  Jul 1841

South Lincolnshire election. To the Electors  HILL 41/5/96  Jul 1841

To the freeholders and electors of South Lincolnshire (re Handley)  HILL 41/5/97  Jul 1841

To the electors of North Lincs from Cust  HILL 41/5/98  Jul 1841

Poem. "The king of the Banbury Noodles"  HILL 41/5/99  Jun 1841

To the electors of Lindsey, from a "Lindsey free holder"  HILL 41/5/100  nd

Letter. The Trade's Delegates' Committee from the secretary  HILL 41/5/101  Feb 1842

City of Lincoln. Notice of election of auditors of the city  HILL 41/5/102  nd

Crown sentences for Lincolnshire Lent Assizes  HILL 41/5/103  Mar 1842

To the farmers of Lincolnshire from "Commonsense"  HILL 41/5/104  Apr 1842

Crown calendar for Lincolnshire Summer Assizes  HILL 41/5/105  Jul 1842

Duplicate. "The true meaning of the word Conservatism"  HILL 41/5/106  nd

To the municipal electors of the Minster Ward  HILL 41/5/107  Jun 1843

To the working Burgesses of the city of Lincoln from "a voter"  HILL 41/5/108  Jun 1843

Half a notice of a lecture on the Corn Laws  HILL 41/5/109  Nov 1842

To the working Burgesses of the Minster Ward from "a voter"  HILL 41/5/110  Jun 1843

Petition to the Mayor & notice of a meeting about the educational clauses of the Factories Bill  HILL 41/5/111  Apr 1843

Leaflet - Illustrations of monopoly and unequal taxation  HILL 41/5/112  nd

Notice discussing who was the REAL Farmers Friend  HILL 41/5/113  nd

To the electors of the United Kingdom, about Income Tax  HILL 41/5/114  nd

An extract from the castigation given to Mr Christopher in the Commons  HILL 41/5/115  Feb 1842

The National Anti-Corn Law League  HILL 41/5/116  nd

A few words on the Corn Laws  HILL 41/5/117  nd

Outlines of a plan for the registration of members of the League  HILL 41/5/118  nd

Notice. Joining the Anti-Corn Law League  HILL 41/5/119  nd

Notice. Anti-Corn Law  HILL 41/5/120  nd

The Corn Laws - A religious question  HILL 41/5/121  Nov 1840

Anti-Bread Tax Tracts no 8  HILL 41/5/122  nd

Wages in Poland and in England  HILL 41/5/123  nd

"Facts for Farmers" No 6  HILL 41/5/124  nd

The Land Tax Fraud  HILL 41/5/125  nd

Anti-Bread tax tracts for the people catechism no 6  HILL 41/5/126  nd

No 5. Authorities against the Corn Law  HILL 41/5/127  nd

Speech of the Rev. Gilbert Elliot  HILL 41/5/128  May 1841

Letter to the Bishop of Peterborough and the clergy from Earl Fitzwilliam  HILL 41/5/129  Mar 1840

Notice to register for the Anti-Corn Law League  HILL 41/5/130  nd

Report from a Committee. Anti-Corn Law  HILL 41/5/131  1840

"Foods not assertions" Don't change Corn Laws  HILL 41/5/132  nd

"Men of Lincoln. Down with the Bread Tax"  HILL 41/5/133  nd

Account of Eliza Joyce. Hanged for murder  HILL 41/5/134  Aug 1844

Notice that a Committee will not pay bribes  HILL 41/5/135  Oct 1844

Letter to the Burgesses of Minster Ward from Thomas Newton  HILL 41/5/136  Nov 1844

"The Blue Pill"  HILL 41/5/137  nd

Notice that Carline is bribing voters  HILL 41/5/138  nd

To Mr Charles Seely from "An Old Liberal"  HILL 41/5/139  Feb 1845

Politics in Lincoln  HILL 41/5/140  Feb 1845

Letter to the Freemen and electors of Lincoln from William Collett  HILL 41/5/141  Feb 1845

Crown sentences for the Lincolnshire Lent Assizes  HILL 41/5/142  Mar 1845

"The Approaching Railway Meetings"  HILL 41/5/143  nd

Men of Lincoln, about railways affecting the rivers  HILL 41/5/144  Mar 1845

Men of Lincoln. Call to attend a meeting about the railways  HILL 41/5/145  nd

Report of a meeting about the railway  HILL 41/5/146  Mar 1845

Number not given  HILL 41/5/147  [n.d.]

Number not given  HILL 41/5/148  [n.d.]

Half a report about the railway  HILL 41/5/149  nd

"Mr Collett's Independence" about the railways  HILL 41/5/150  nd

"Theatricals extraordinary"  HILL 41/5/151  nd

Number not given  HILL 41/5/152  [n.d.]

The mayor and corporation. To the Burgesses of Lincoln  HILL 41/5/153  Apr 1845

To the Freemen and Electors of the City of London from Henry Welbourne Jones  HILL 41/5/154  Jun 1845

Sentences for the Lincolnshire Lent Assizes  HILL 41/5/155  Mar 1846

Sentences for the Lincolnshire Summer Assizes  HILL 41/5/156  Jul 1846

To the Freemen and Elctors of the City of Lincoln, from Charles Sibthorpe  HILL 41/5/157  Oct 1846

To the Citizens of the Lower Ward, from Wm. Andrew and Henry Moss  HILL 41/5/158  Oct 1846

Picture of donkey and devil  HILL 41/5/159  nd

Contents:
Caption "Needy and his mate playing the second fiddle".

Lincoln Municipal Election - Contest for the Middle Ward  HILL 41/5/160  1846

To tenant farmers and all lovers of justice, peace and order. Pro Corn Law  HILL 41/5/161  Feb 1846

To the electors of the Middle Ward from Thomas Newton  HILL 41/5/162  Nov 1846

To the electors of the Lower Ward from William Andrew and Henry Moss  HILL 41/5/163  Oct 1846

Copy of the resolutions passed at a public meeting of the Freemen  HILL 41/5/164  Jun 1847

To the electors of the Middle Ward from E Rudgard  HILL 41/5/165  Oct 1846

To the Freemen and electors of Lincoln from Charles Sibthorpe  HILL 41/5/166  Jun 1847

To the freemen and electors of Lincoln from Henry Jones  HILL 41/5/167  Jul 1847

Fragment of notice  HILL 41/5/168  Jul 1847

Conditions of access: Not for Production - NFP

To the freemen and electors of Lincoln from "a tradesman"  HILL 41/5/169  nd

"The House of Commons and the Houses on the Commons" from a Liberal and Free Trade Paper  HILL 41/5/170  Jun 1847

To the freemen and electors from W. Collett  HILL 41/5/171  Jun 1847

"A Night Scene at the Queen"  HILL 41/5/172  Jun 1847

Notice supporting W. Collett  HILL 41/5/173  Jun 1847

A scene from a forthcoming play entitled "Lincoln Election"  HILL 41/5/174  nd

Report of a public meeting of the conservative freemen and electors  HILL 41/5/175  Jun 1847

To the freemen and electors of Lincoln from E.B. Lytton  HILL 41/5/176  nd

To the Liberal electors of England, from a real Dark Blue  HILL 41/5/177  nd

To the electors of Lincoln  HILL 41/5/178  nd

Song of the Reformers  HILL 41/5/179  nd

Poem: The Spirit of the Dream  HILL 41/5/180  nd

To the freeman and electors of Lincoln from W Collett  HILL 41/5/181  Jun 1847

To the Protestant electors of the City of Lincoln from a Wesleyan  HILL 41/5/182  Jun 1847

To the freemen and electors of Lincoln  HILL 41/5/183  Jun 1847

To the Christian electors of Lincoln. Address no. 1  HILL 41/5/184  nd

Notice of a Conservative meeting  HILL 41/5/185  nd

To the freemen and electors of Lincoln from Charles Sibthorpe  HILL 41/5/186  Jun 1847

"A Grave Remonstrance to the Hater of Tyrants and Slave Drivers" from "The Poisoned Plum Cake's Ghost"  HILL 41/5/187  nd

To the electors of Lincoln, from "The Hater of Tyrants and Slave Drivers"  HILL 41/5/188  nd

To the electors of Lincoln, from "A teacher in the school for grown children  HILL 41/5/189  nd

To Mr. Charles Seely, from an old Liberal  HILL 41/5/190  Jun 1847

To the Freemen and Electors of the City of Lincoln, from "One of the Requisitionists"  HILL 41/5/191  Dec 1846

The Holy Alliance. To the Electors of Lincoln from a hater of Tyrants and Slave Drivers  HILL 41/5/192  Jun 1847

City Election - Reformers of Lincoln  HILL 41/5/193  Jun 1847

Calling a meeting of Reformers, Electors of Lincoln  HILL 41/5/194  Jun 1847

To the Protestant Electors  HILL 41/5/195  Jun 1847

To the Freemen and Electors, from a member of the committee  HILL 41/5/196  nd

To the Freemen and Electors of Lincoln  HILL 41/5/197  nd

To the Protestant Electors of Lincoln  HILL 41/5/198  1847

A Singular Dream. To the Electors of Lincoln  HILL 41/5/199  nd

Who's afraid? To the Electors of Lincoln, from a Liberal Elector  HILL 41/5/200  nd

To the Electors of Lincoln, from "a voter"  HILL 41/5/201  Jun 1847

To the Freemen of Lincoln. Against Seely  HILL 41/5/202  Jun 1847

To the Burgesses of Lincoln, from "one of the 1500"  HILL 41/5/203  April 1845

To the Freemen and Electors of Lincoln, from "an elector"  HILL 41/5/204  Jul 1847

Number not given  HILL 41/5/205  [n.d.]

"The Original Citizen Candidate"  HILL 41/5/206  nd

To the Freemen and Electors of Lincoln, from E. Bulwer Lytton  HILL 41/5/207  Jun 1847

The Freemen and Electors of Lincoln, from Charles Seely  HILL 41/5/208  Jun 1847

To the electors of Lincoln, from "Your Friend"  HILL 41/5/209  nd

Petition for and calling a meeting about the Corn Law  HILL 41/5/210  Feb 1842

Letter from J.M. Rollett to Sir Francis Hill; from Ealing  HILL 41/6  6 Sept 1968

Contents:
Thanks for letter of sympathy over his father's death. His father's work on George Boole and his own hope of continuing it.

Various photographs  HILL 41/7  nd

Lincoln Cathedral and surrounding area from air  HILL 41/7/1  nd

Lincoln Cathedral from south-east  HILL 41/7/2  nd

Lincoln Cathedral from south-east  HILL 41/7/3  nd

James Street, Lincoln, showing Burghersh Chantry and Cathedral Tower  HILL 41/7/4  nd

The Stonebow, Lincoln, seen from south  HILL 41/7/5  1920s

Photograph of an 18th-century print of the Stonebow  HILL 41/7/6  nd

3 copies of photograph of St. Peter-at-Arches, Lincoln  HILL 41/7/7  nd

The Jews Court, Lincoln (lower part visible only), with shop adjoining to the north  HILL 41/7/8  nd

Boston parish church and surrounding area from air  HILL 41/7/9  nd

Title deeds and related documents of Lincoln Co-operative Society Ltd  HILL 42  1795-1958

Contents:
Premises in Silver Street, Free School Lane and Broadgate.

Records relating to premises in Free School Lane  HILL 42/1  1903

Abstract of title  HILL 42/1/1  1903

Contents:
Title of Benjamin Wetherall Ground and others to estates in Free School Lane and elsewhere in Lincoln, formerly the estate of Benjamin Anderson, deceased. Schedule: 1824 - 1903.

Supplemental Abstract of Title  HILL 42/1/2  1903

Contents:
Title of Harriot Ann Skelton to ¼ share in the above estate. Schedule: 1903.

Records relating to the "Old Pork Shop" in Free School Lane  HILL 42/2  1845-1882

Conveyance  HILL 42/2/1  27 October 1845

Contents:
1. Edward William Rudgard Rudgard of Lincoln, merchant.
2. William Bannister of Lincoln, pipemaker.
3. Frederick Burton of Lincoln gent.
Consideration: £250 paid by 2 to 1.
Property: messuage yard and back shop, in the parish of St. Swithin, late the estate of Paddison Bagaley deceased, and now in the occupation of 2; bounded on the east by a paddock belonging to Michael Pennistan and others, on the west by Free School Lane, on the north by property as above [HILL 42/1] and on the south by the Infant School Yard and the above mentioned paddock.
Covenant to produce title deeds:- Schedule 1828-45.

Settlement  HILL 42/2/2  17 September 1872

Contents:
1. Mary Bannister of Grimsby, widow.
2. Kingsford Venner Osmond of Grimsby, schoolmaster and Eliza his wife, daughter of 1.
3. Charles Scorer of Lincoln, gent.
Consideration: 1 settles on 2 the property as described in HILL 42/2/1
Endorsed: Revocation and Re-Settlement
1. Mary Bannister
2. Charles Scorer
Revocation of the above in order to resettle the estate on the four children of 1.
Dated: 5th January 1875.

Conveyance  HILL 42/2/3  12 October 1876

Contents:
1. Charles Scorer of Lincoln, gent.
2. John Francis Burton of Lincoln, gent.
3. John Francis Burton
Alfred Barrand Burton of Lincoln, gent.
4. Ann Charlotte Wilkinson of Lincoln, widow.
Consideration: £193. 13s. paid by 4 to 2.
Property: as HILL 42/2/1.

Conveyance  HILL 42/2/4  18 September 1877

Contents:
1. Richard Hall of Lincoln, auctioneer.
Richard John Ward of Lincoln, gent.
2. Mary Ann Blundell of Lincoln, widow.
Consideration: £170
Property: as HILL 42/2/1 conveyed by 1 as executors of the Will of Ann Wilkinson deceased.

Mortgage  HILL 42/2/5  5 November 1845

Contents:
1. William Bannister of Lincoln, pipemaker.
2. Frederick Burton of Lincoln, gent.
Consideration: £150 paid by 2 to 1.
Property: as HILL 42/2/1
Proviso for redemption.

Mortgage  HILL 42/2/6  16 October 1876

Contents:
1. Ann Charlotte Wilkinson, of Lincoln, widow.
2. Revd. John Thorold of Cranwell.
Consideration: £200.
Property: as HILL 42/2/1
Proviso for redemption.

Mortgage  HILL 42/2/7  19 September 1877

Contents:
1. Mary Ann Blundell of Lincoln, widow.
2. Samuel Wilkinson of Gainsborough, bank manager.
Consideration: £170.
Property: as HILL 42/2/1
Proviso for redemption.

Abstract of Title  HILL 42/2/8  1845

Contents:
Title of Edward William Rudgard Rudgard to the property described in HILL 42/2/1. Schedule 1828 - 45.

Abstract of Title  HILL 42/2/9  1882

Contents:
Title of Mary Ann Blundell to the property described in HILL 42/2/1. Schedule: 1845 - 77.

Copy/Will  HILL 42/2/10  nd

Contents:
William Bannister leaves all his property to his wife Mary.
22nd July 1848.
Codicil: 7th July 1868.
Testator died: 25th March 1869.
Proved: 27th September 1869.

Conditions of Sale  HILL 42/2/11  4 October 1845

Contents:
Bannister agrees to purchase the above property from Rudgard for £250.

Acknowledgment  HILL 42/2/12  24 October 1845

Contents:
Richard Mason and Richard Carline of Lincoln, two of the Commissioners for taking the acknowledgments of deeds by married women, acknowledge a deed by Mary wife of John Stueart, dated 24th October 1845, and made between William Medley and Robert Medley of the first part, John and Mary Stueart of the second part and Edward William Rudgard Rudgard of the third part.

Copy/Marriage certificate  HILL 42/2/13  (6 April 1845)

Contents:
Of John and Mary Stueart.

Letter  HILL 42/2/14  9 September 1872

Contents:
From Eliza Osmond to Charles Scorer.

Records relating to 12 - 14 Silver Street  HILL 42/3  1845 - 1930

Conveyance  HILL 42/3/1  22 October 1845

Contents:
1. Edward William Rudgard Rudgard of Lincoln, merchant.
2. James Quilter of Lincoln, gent.
Consideration: £610.
Property: two messuages or tenements with the yards, gardens and premises adjoining in the parish of St. Swithin, Lincoln, formerly in the occupation of Robert Drury and Widow Bennett, and now of William Singleton and Eleanor Wallace.
Covenant to produce title deeds.
Schedule: 1828-45.

Conveyance  HILL 42/3/2  6 July 1853

Contents:
1. Henry Leech Quilter of Brompton, Middlesex Esq.
2. Philippina Quilter of Lincoln, spinster.
3. Frances Quilter of Lincoln, spinster.
4. Eliza Straw of Lincoln, widow.
Consideration: £1000.
Property: being nos. 12 - 13 Silver Street.

Conveyance  HILL 42/3/3  29 September 1856

Contents:
1. Eliza Straw of Lincoln, widow.
2. Michael Drury of Lincoln, architect.
Consideration: £1100.
Property: as HILL 42/3/1.

Conveyance  HILL 42/3/4  27 October 1871

Contents:
1. Michael Drury of Lincoln, architect and surveyor.
2. John George Williams of Lincoln, gent.
Consideration: £1130.
Property: as HILL 42/3/1.

Mortgage  HILL 42/3/5  c1859

Contents:
1. Michael Drury.
2. Richard Carline of Lincoln, gent.
Frederick Straw of Skellingthorpe, farmer.
Consideration: £800.
Property: as HILL 42/3/1
Proviso for redemption.
Endorsed: Assignment of mortgage to William Rudgard and Charles Allison 17th June 1859.

Equitable Mortgage  HILL 42/3/6  17 June 1859

Reconveyance  HILL 42/3/7  26 October 1871

Contents:
1. William Rudgard senior of Lincoln, Esq. Charles Allison of Lincoln, farmer.
2. Charles Allison.
3. Michael Drury.
Consideration: £700; £100; paid by 3 to 2
Property: as HILL 42/3/1.

Mortgage  HILL 42/3/8  7 July 1874

Contents:
1. John George Williams
2. Rebecca Williams, his wife.
3. Charlotte Norton of Lincoln, spinster.
Consideration: £2000.
Property: as HILL 42/3/1
Proviso for redemption.
2 also makes over to 3 a piece of land measuring 1059 square yards situated in the parish of St. Peter in Eastgate.

Transfer of Mortgage  HILL 42/3/9  1 July 1889

Contents:
1. Charles Handson of Stamford, maltster, Henry Watson of Lincoln, accountant.
2. John George Williams.
3. Rebecca Williams.
4. Richard Hall of Lincoln, auctioneer, Thomas Marshall Wilkinson of Lincoln, surgeon.
Consideration: £2000.
Property: as HILL 42/3/1
Proviso for redemption.
Endorsed: Transfer of mortgage from Richard Hall to Hall, Charles Scorer and John Sutton Baker.
Dated: 1st November 1894.

Transfer of Mortgage  HILL 42/3/10  25 October 1917

Contents:
1. Charles Scorer of Lincoln, Solicitor.
John Sutton Baker of Brigg, Bank manager.
2. Charles Scorer.
Eric West Scorer of Lincoln, solicitor.
Revd. Geoffrey Norton Standish, of the Principal's House, Kings College, London.
Property: as HILL 42/3/1
Proviso for redemption.

Reconveyance  HILL 42/3/11  24 April 1925

Contents:
1. Charles Scorer.
Eric West Scorer
Revd. Geoffrey Norton Standish, now of Petworth, Sussex.
2. John George Williams, of Lincoln, solicitor.
Consideration: £974. 17s.
Property: as HILL 42/3/1.

Lease  HILL 42/3/12  3 December 1909

Contents:
J.G. Williams leases 14 Silver Street to Arthur George Shipley Esq. at an annual rental of £35, for a term of 3 years.

Counterpart Lease  HILL 42/3/13  21 June 1921

Contents:
J.G. Williams leases offices on the first floor of 13 Silver Street to the Royal Liver Friendly Society at an annual rental of £30, for a term of three years.

Plan on proposed widening of Free School Lane  HILL 42/3/14  1926

Copy of plan on conveyance to Lincoln Corporation  HILL 42/3/15  30 December 1930

Copy/Will  HILL 42/3/16  c1850

Contents:
James Quilter gives all his real estate to his brother Henry Leech Quilter and his sisters Philippina Quilter and Frances Quilter.
Made 29th January 1850.
Testator died: 10th October 1850.

Declaration  HILL 42/3/17  1 October 1845

Contents:
Ann Copeland of Broadgate, Lincoln, declares that she was acquainted with Paddison Bagaley prior to his death.

Acknowledgment  HILL 42/3/18  5 November 1928

Contents:
By Mabel Williams of the right of the Lincoln Co-operative Society Limited to production of title deeds etc.

Death and Marriage certificates  HILL 42/3/19  nd

Correspondence  HILL 42/3/20  1928-1930

2 Items

Records relating to 15 Silver Street  HILL 42/4  1795-1949

Copy/Assignment of leasehold  HILL 42/4/1  18 June 1795

Contents:
1. Elizabeth Skelton of Islington, Middlesex, widow.
2. Ann Skelton of Newark, Notts., spinster.
Joseph Skelton of High Holborn, Middlesex, cabinet maker.
Consideration: £380.
Property: a third part of the orchard ground in Lincoln called the Friars, owned by the Mayor etc of Lincoln, and in the occupation of John Bagaley, Mary Shaw and Lydia Graves; and also of and in the Diggles Closes [in the west ward] with the fishing and fowling therein.
Attested in 1821.

Copy/Assignment of Leasehold  HILL 42/4/2  6 July 1795

Contents:
1. John Holland of Grays Inn, gent., executor of the last Will of George Westby.
2. Ann Skelton
Joseph Skelton
3. John Bagaley of Lincoln, collar maker
Consideration: 5s; £550 paid by 3 to 2
Property: the whole of the property described in HILL 42/4/1.
Attested 1821.

Copy/Lease for 31 years  HILL 42/4/3  18 August 1797

Contents:
1. The Mayor, Sheriffs, Citizens and Commonalty of the City of Lincoln.
2. John Bagaley of Lincoln, collar maker.
Property: as described in HILL 42/4/1
Rent p.a. 20s and 8lb loaf sugar or 8s.

Assignment  HILL 42/4/4  23 December 1805

Contents:
1. John Bagaley.
2. Edward Wells of Lincoln, apothecary.
Consideration: £136. 7s.
Property: a piece of ground part of the above leasehold, containing in front adjoining the new street 14 yards, on the west side 34 yards, on the south side 21 yards, and on the east side 24 yards, bounded on the north by the new street [Silver Street] on the east by a newly erected Calvinist chapel, on the south by an orchard of 1, and on the west by a messuage or dwelling house belonging to 1 but in the occupation of William Bailey.
To the use of 2 for the residue of the term of 31 years.

Assignment  HILL 42/4/5  10 August 1821

Contents:
1. Henry Otter and Robert Otter of Lincoln, gents., devisees in trust and executors of Edward Wells
2. Robert Bousfield of Lincoln, surgeon and apothecary.
3. Richard Whitton of Lincoln, merchant.
Consideration: £620 paid by 2 to 1; 10s apiece paid by 2 and 3 to 1.
Property: as HILL 42/4/4, upon which land a building has been erected; it is now assigned to 3 for remainder of term.

Assignment  HILL 42/4/5(a)  11 August 1821

Contents:
1. Robert Bousfield.
2. Richard Whitton.
3. Demetrius Glenn of Lincoln, tea dealer
4. Page Cartledge of Lincoln, grocer.
Consideration: £400 paid by 3 to 1; 10s apiece paid by 4 to 1 and 2.
Property: as HILL 42/4/4 assigned to 4.

Covenant to produce deeds  HILL 42/4/6  30 August 1821

Contents:
1. Paddison Bagaley of Lincoln, draper.
2. Robert Bousfield of Lincoln, surgeon and apothecary.
Property: as HILL 42/4/4
Schedule: 1770-97.

Assignment of Leasehold  HILL 42/4/7  19 September 1827

Contents:
1. Demetrius Glenn of Lincoln, tea dealer.
2. Page Cartledge of Lincoln, grocer.
3. Robert Bousfield of Lincoln, surgeon and apothecary.
4. Richard Whitton of Lincoln, merchant.
Consideration: £400 paid by 3 to 1; 10s apiece paid to 1 and 2 by 4.
Property: as HILL 42/4/4 for residue of term.

Lease for 31 years  HILL 42/4/8  14 July 1828

Contents:
1. The Mayor, Sheriffs, Citizens and Commonalty of Lincoln.
2. Richard Whitton.
Property: messuage, tenement or dwelling house with the garden, surgery, stable and outhouses in the parish of St. Swithin [as above], in trust for the use of Robert Bousfield, surgeon, who occupies the premises.
Rent p.a.: 2s.
[Plan engrossed].

Assignment of leasehold  HILL 42/4/9  28 March 1835

Contents:
1. Richard Whitton
2. Edward Little Bousfield of Newark, Notts., ironmonger.
William Deeping of Newark, surgeon, executors of Robert Bousfield, deceased.
3. Sarah Swan junr. of Lincoln, widow.
4. Charles Hayward of Lincoln, gent.
Consideration: £525 paid by 3 to 2
Property: as HILL 42/4/8 for residue of term.

Feoffment in fee  HILL 42/4/10  30 September 1835

Contents:
1. The Mayor, Sheriffs, Citizens and Commonalty of Lincoln.
2. Charles Hayward.
3. Sarah Swan.
Consideration: £120 paid by 3 to 1.
Property: as HILL 42/4/8 released by 1
Appointment of Richard Mason as attorney for the livery of seisin.

Conveyance  HILL 42/4/11  8 April 1845

Contents:
1. Sarah Swan of Lincoln, widow.
2. Hannah Cropper of Lincoln, widow.
Consideration: £1100
Property: as HILL 42/4/8.

Conveyance  HILL 42/4/12  6 April 1857

Contents:
1. Hannah Cropper
2. Frederick Alban Sayles of Lincoln, dentist
Consideration: £780.
Property: as HILL 42/4/8.

Mortgage  HILL 42/4/13  4 November 1867

Contents:
1. Frederick Alban Sayles
2. William Cooke Norton of Lincoln, merchant Charlotte Norton of the same, gentlewoman Charles Handson of Stamford, merchant William Tomlinson Page of Lincoln, Bank manager.
Consideration: £500 paid by 2 to 1.
Property: as HILL 42/4/8
Proviso for redemption.
Enclosed: Notices of Further Charge. 2 items.

Mortgage  HILL 42/4/14  26 January 1869

Contents:
1. Frederick Alban Sayles
2. John Herringshaw of Scothern, maltster
Consideration: £100 paid by 2 to 1
Property: as HILL 42/4/8
Proviso for redemption.

Transfer of Mortgage  HILL 42/4/15  21 April 1871

Contents:
1. John Herringshaw.
2. Thomas Livesey of Sturton Hall, Esq., John George Williams of Lincoln, gent., Edward Farr Broadbent of Lincoln, surgeon.
Consideration: £100 paid by 2 to 1.
Property: as HILL 42/4/8, subject to equity of redemption.

Conveyance  HILL 42/4/16  24 October 1872

Contents:
1. William Cooke Norton of Lincoln, merchant, Charlotte Norton of Lincoln, spinster, Charles Handson of Stamford, merchant, William Tomlinson Page of Lincoln, Bank manager.
2. Thomas Livesey of Sturton Hall, Esq., John Scorer Williams of Lincoln, gent., Edward Farr Broadbent of Lincoln, surgeon.
3. Catherine Sayles of 38 Pembroke Square, Middlesex, widow, Catherine Keating Sayles of the same, spinster, Francis Austin Sayles of Reading, Berks, dentist, Lewis Charles Sayles of Upper Kensington, Gore, Middlesex, law student
4. Henry White of Lincoln, dentist.
Consideration: £500 paid by 4 to 1 at the request of 3; £100 paid by 4 to 2 at the request of 3; £1000 paid by 4 to 3.
Property: as HILL 42/4/8 purchased by 4.

Mortgage  HILL 42/4/17  4 December 1906

Contents:
1. Thomas Harry White of Lincoln, dental surgeon.
2. Margaret Elsie Ruston of Monks Manor, Lincoln, spinster.
Consideration: £500 paid by 2 to 1.
Property: as HILL 42/4/8
Proviso for redemption.

Transfer of Mortgage  HILL 42/4/18  23 December 1909

Contents:
1. Margaret Elsie Lloyd Apjohn, wife of Michael Thomas Llewellyn Lloyd Apjohn,
2. Thomas Harry White.
3. Richard John Ward of Lincoln, solicitor.
Consideration: £500 paid by 3 to 1 at the request of 2; £200 paid by 3 to 2.
Property: as HILL 42/4/8, subject to the equity of redemption.
Also engrossed: Further Charge for £100 dated 4th August 1910.

Further Charge for £100  HILL 42/4/19  22 April 1911

Further Charge for £50  HILL 42/4/20  18 July 1912

Transfer of Mortgage  HILL 42/4/21  1 December 1919

Contents:
1. Maria Ward of Lincoln, widow of Richard John Ward.
2. Charles Edward Howard of Nocton Rise, farmer, Charles Reynolds Scorer of Hilton House, Lincoln, gent.
Transfer of the premises from 1 as representative of her late husband, to 2.

Reconveyance  HILL 42/4/22  23 June 1921

Contents:
1. Charles Edward Howard, Charles Reynolds Scorer.
2. Lewis Henry Allott of Lincoln, gent., executor of Thomas Harry White.
Consideration: £950 paid by 2 to 1.
Property: as HILL 42/4/8
Covenant to produce title deeds.
Schedule: 1906-19.

Conveyance  HILL 42/4/23  24 June 1921

Contents:
1. Lewis Henry Allott of Summerville, Cross O'Cliff Hill, Lincoln, miller
2. Arthur Stanley Green of 15 Silver Street, Lincoln, surgeon.
Consideration: £2450 paid by 2 to 1.
Property: as HILL 42/4/8
Covenant to produce title deeds
Schedule: 1906-21.

Plan of 15 Silver Street  HILL 42/4/24  1949

Abstract of the title of F.A. Sayles  HILL 42/4/25  1872

Contents:
To the property described in HILL 42/4/8. Schedule: 1835-72.

Abstract of the title of T.H. White  HILL 42/4/26  1906

Contents:
Schedule: 1872-1906.

Similar to HILL 42/4/26  HILL 42/4/27  nd

Abstract of the title of L.H. Allott  HILL 42/4/28  1921

Contents:
Schedule: 1906-21.

Abstract of the title of the personal representative of Arthur Stanley Green  HILL 42/4/29  1945

Contents:
To the property described in HILL 42/4/8. Schedule: 1921-44.

Attested copy of the Will of Ann Trawley  HILL 42/4/30  nd

Contents:
Who leaves to her nephew George Skelton her leasehold land held of the Mayor etc. of Lincoln, and occupied by Alderman [Joseph] Dell and Thomas Drury.
Dated: 7th August 1790.
Proved: 3rd May 1791
Attested in 1821.

Copy of the probate of the Will of Robert Bousfield  HILL 42/4/31  nd

Contents:
Dated: 13th May 1828.
Proved: 2nd February 1830.
Attested in 1835.

Succession Account of T.H. White on the death of Henry White  HILL 42/4/32  4 September 1888

Succession Account of T.H. White on the death of Mary Pace  HILL 42/4/33  24 October 1906

Estate Duty Account on the death of Mary White  HILL 42/4/34  10 November 1906

Estate Duty Account on the death of Ann Fountain  HILL 42/4/35  2 November 1911

Land Charge Search Certificate  HILL 42/4/36  1945

Insurance policy  HILL 42/4/37  1921

Records relating to other property of the Co-operative Society in Silver Street [Methodist Chapel etc] and Broadgate  HILL 42/5  1797-1958

Contents:
HILL 42/5/12 - 22 Trust deeds etc. relating to the Methodist Chapel.

Identical to HILL 42/4/3  HILL 42/5/1  1797

Contents:
[Lease by the Mayor etc. to John Bagaley 1797].

Lease for 31 years  HILL 42/5/2  14 July 1828

Contents:
1. The Mayor, Sheriffs, Citizens and Commonalty of the City of Lincoln.
2. George Marr of Lincoln, draper.
Property: two messuages or tenements with the gardens and outhouses, in the parish of St. Swithin, in the occupation of William Skepper and Robert Leary, bounded by Broadgate on the east, Silver Street on the north, by the Catholic chapel and other premises on the west and premises in lease to Paddison Bagaley on the south.
Rent p.a.: 1s. 5d.
[Plan engrossed: this forms the present Constitutional Club premises].

Feoffment in fee  HILL 42/5/3  2 November 1835

Contents:
1. The Mayor, Sheriffs, Citizens and Commonalty of the City of Lincoln.
2. George Marr of Lincoln, draper.
3. John Mason of Benniworth, farmer.
Consideration: £89
Property: as HILL 42/5/2
Appointment of Richard Mason as attorney for the livery of seisin.
Enclosed: (a) Letter from Richard Mason, Town Clerk, to John Mason, informing him that the deed is ready to be sealed on payment of the consideration money.
Dated: 29th October 1835.
(b) Letter from John Ward, Mason's attorney re the valuation. Dated as above
[The City leaseholds were enfranchised following the introduction of the Municipal Corporations Act. Land was sold at 25 per century of market value, and houses at 20 per century]

Conveyance  HILL 42/5/4  14 April 1862

Contents:
1. Charles Frederick Sutton, of Regents Park, London, surgeon and apothecary, John Mason of Benniworth, farmer.
2. Thomas East of Lincoln, merchant's clerk.
Consideration: £770.
Property: as HILL 42/5/2.

Mortgage  HILL 42/5/5  16 April 1862

Contents:
1. Thomas East.
2. John Hill of Lincoln, gent.
Consideration: £600.
Property: as HILL 42/5/2
Proviso for redemption.

Mortgage  HILL 42/5/6  17 October 1887

Contents:
1. Thomas Nicholson of South Carlton, wheelwright,
Benjamin Argyle of Langan Lodge, Notts, farmer,
Samuel Lee, wheelwright,
George Squire, joiner,
Henry Poppleton, baker,
Frederick Clapham, shoemaker,
Richard Grose, draper,
William Ward, baker,
William Ogle, boilermaker,
William Lyon, tailor,
William Cottingham, chemist,
Charles Ackrill, bookseller,
Thomas Bee, joiner,
Charles Duckering, ironfounder,
Edward Kent, timber merchant, all of Lincoln [Trustees for the Methodist Chapel].
2. Robert Heaford Danbury of Market Rasen, Gent.
Consideration: £1800.
Property: a chapel or meeting house called the United Free Methodist Chapel, together with the school, cottage and yard thereto belonging, situated in Silver Street, Lincoln, [plan engrossed on dorse of sheet 2].
Proviso for redemption.
Dated: 6th April 1865.
Also engrossed. Reconveyance from Thurstan George Dale of Lincoln, gent., and John Parkinson Bayly Younge of Wilsford Rectory, clerk, to the trustees.

Mortgage  HILL 42/5/7  26 August 1867

Contents:
1. Thomas East of Lincoln, merchant.
2. Thurstan George Dale of Lincoln, gent.
Consideration: £150.
Property: as HILL 42/5/6
Proviso for redemption.
Endorsed: Reconveyance dated 19th October 1870.

Conveyance  HILL 42/5/8  31 October 1870

Contents:
1. Thomas East
2. Thomas Nicholson, etc. [as in HILL 42/5/6, except for George Squire and Frederick Clapham.] Trustees of the United Free Methodist chapel.
Consideration: £700
Property: two messuages, dwelling houses or tenements, with the yards, gardens etc, in the parish of St. Swithin, bounded on the north in part by other property recently sold by 1 to Thomas Arthur Young, and in part by the Roman Catholic Chapel, and on the south by a passage leading from Broadgate to the Free Methodist Chapel, on the east by Broadgate, and on the west by the Free Methodist Schools.

Reconveyance  HILL 42/5/9  20 October 1870

Contents:
1. Henry Cooling of Lincoln, gent. Edward Cooling of Lincoln, builder.
2. Thomas East of Lincoln, merchant.
Consideration: £850.
Property: as in HILL 42/5/8.

Mortgage  HILL 42/5/10  1 November 1870

Contents:
1. Thomas Nicholson etc. [as in 8], Trustees of the United Free Methodist Chapel.
2. Thomas Sympson of Lincoln, surgeon.
Consideration: £500
Property: as in HILL 42/5/8
Proviso for redemption.
Also engrossed: (a) Transfer of Mortgage to Mary Ann Oates of Barlings, widow 12th July 1872
(b) Reconveyance from Charles George Oates of Meanwoodside, Leeds, barrister at law and Edward Paddison of Ingleby, farmer, to Thomas Nicholson etc. 3rd March 1882.

Abstract of Thomas East's title  HILL 42/5/11  nd


Related information: [See HILL 42/5/8]

Contents:
To three messuages or dwellinghouses in Silver Street and Broadgate. Schedule 1828-70.

Deed of Appointment of new Trustees, and Declaration of Trusts  HILL 42/5/12  28 March 1890

Declaration of Trusts  HILL 42/5/13  15 March 1912

Similar (draft) to HILL 42/5/13  HILL 42/5/14  nd

Memorandum of the appointment of new Trustees  HILL 42/5/15  5 May 1930

Certificate of licence for the solemnization of Marriages at the Chapel  HILL 42/5/16  10 June 1857

Agreement between the Trustees and Henry White  HILL 42/5/17  21 July 1884

Contents:
Concerning the connection of drainage between 15 Silver Street and the Chapel.

Agreement between the Trustees and James and Elizabeth Perry  HILL 42/5/18  24 September 1924

Contents:
For the duties etc. of caretakers for the Chapel.

Written consent of Conference  HILL 42/5/19  19 April 1939

Contents:
To the sale of the Chapel, School, house and shop.

Cancelled promissory notes, and bank statements  HILL 42/5/20  1865-1943

Contents:
Re the state of Chapel finances.

Correspondence  HILL 42/5/21  1940-1945

Contents:
re requisition of Chapel in Wartime, and its sale.

(Duplicate) Fire Policy  HILL 42/5/22  1933

Plan of Chapel and Schoolrooms land  HILL 42/5/23  1949

Plan (tracing)  HILL 42/5/24  nd

Contents:
Of the same as HILL 42/5/24 post 1923.

Plan for proposed R.A.F. recruiting hut  HILL 42/5/25  1958

Correspondence with N.A.A.F.I. re a store room  HILL 42/5/26  1948

Schedules of title deeds  HILL 42/5/27  nd

Stray Dean and Chapter Lease relating to land near Lindum Terrace, Lincoln  HILL 42/6  1795

Lease for three lives  HILL 42/6/1  18 September 1795

Contents:
1. The Dean and Chapter of Lincoln Cathedral.
2. John Allison of Lincoln, gent.
Property: a plot or parcel of arable land in the east field of Lincoln, containing 7 acres, between land lately belonging to the Black Monks on the east, Moynes Lands on the south, St. Johns Lands on the north and lands heretofore of Roger Benson on the west, but now in the occupation of John Allison: previously in the tenure of William Jepson and Gilbert Berridge.
To hold for the lives of: John Berridge, the son of Gilbert Berridge deceased, aged 50, now a Lieutenant in the Essex Militia; Sir Gilbert Heathcote of Normanton Park, Bt, aged 22; Charles Allison of Lincoln, yeoman, agred 22.
Rent p.a.: 18s.
[This may possibly relate to HILL 42/3, but was found with 42/5.]

Gervase Holles, Lincolnshire Church Notes, edited by R.E.G. Cole (Lincoln Record Society vol. 1, 1911)  HILL 43  1911

Contents:
Canon Cole's own interleaved copy with his copious notes, genealogical, heraldic etc.
Inserted: letter of congratulation from Blanche Tempest, card from J. Clare Hudson, letter from Charles Johnson, and newspaper cutting with review of the volume.

A Survey of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln, taken by Robert Sanderson STP in the year 1641. With an account of some monuments erected since Collected by T.S. [Thomas Sympson]  HILL 44  1735

MSS 4to. calf-bound pp 159 + 10.

Contents:
In this volume, Sanderson's original work was expanded and brought up to date by Sympson.

Correspondence  HILL 45  1685 - 1858

Letter  HILL 45/1  17 Nov 1685

Seal, device, applied

Contents:
W. Phillpott to King James II; from Lincoln. Informs him that one Conwallis [sic], a gentleman of Lincoln, being in a coffee house said that the King broke his word given in his Declaration and violated his oath taken at his coronation. Mr. Kent, an inhabitant, witnessed these words and has made oath of the same before Mr. Rider, Recorder of the City, "a man sometime famous for breaking open a letter directed to a Catholique here, knowing Conwallis to have ben (if not belyd) once a confident to Sir Tho: Meeres, to whom, I understand, this matter will be directed".
Endorsed: "For the King".

Disney family letters  HILL 45/2  1773-1858

Contents:
(From John Disney, D.D., Unitarian minister, 1746-1816, and from his eldest son, John collector of classical antiquities 1779-1857, see D.N.B.).

Letter  HILL 45/2/1  13 Dec 1773

Contents:
John Disney to "Reverend Sir", from Swinderby. Sends him a print of and narrates the life of his grandfather the Rev. John Disney (1677-1730), and supplies a list of his printed works.

Letter  HILL 45/2/2  9 April 1782

Contents:
John Disney to Mr. J. Johnson, no. 72 St. Paul's Churchyard; from Swinderby. Asks for a statement of the account between them and he will send the balance. Asks how many of 'The Rational Christian's Assistant' he has in his shop and how many of the Fast Sermon he has sold. Asks for 50 more copies of the latter and 100 more of the former, to be sent to Mr. Hallings, Secretary of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.

Letter  HILL 45/2/3  23 April 1809

Contents:
Dr. Disney to Messrs Cadell and Davies, Strand, London; from The Hyde, near Ingatestone. He forwards the drawing by Cipriani from the bust of Milton, as he promised Dr. Symmons, so that they may have the engraving executed. Instructions concerning the same.

Letter  HILL 45/2/4  24 Dec 1810

Contents:
John Disney to Messrs. Nichols & Son; from The Hyde. Acknowledges receipt of the last sheet, title and preface of the Memoirs of Sir M.F. with their account, which he has instructed his bankers to pay. One half of the impression is to be lodged with Messrs Johnson and Co., St. Paul's Church Yard, and the other half with Mr. Polwarth, Bookbinder, Pimlico. Instructs him to thank Mr. Wilmot for his present of his Memoirs of his father. Expresses his intention to send him the memoirs of his father's contemporary and friend.

Letter  HILL 45/2/5  13 June 1812

Contents:
John Disney to 'Dear Sir'; from the Hyde, requesting a copy of "Literary Anecdotes", in the course of a few days as he wishes to take the work with him when he goes away on Thursday or Friday. A draft for £6. 6. 0. enclosed.

Letter  HILL 45/2/6  4 July 1812

Contents:
Dr. Disney to Mr. Barker; from Southend. Written in the third person. He is greatly obliged to Mr. Barker for a copy of his "Ecclesiastical Recreations" and desires to thank him. He found the volume on his return, but had to leave it there during a further absence and temporary journey of health.

Newspaper Cutting  HILL 45/2/7  nd

Contents:
Resumé of the life and publications of John Disney, D.D., F.A.S., Unitarian Clergyman.

Print of an engraving of John Disney, D.D., by Chas. Picart  HILL 45/2/8  nd

Contents:
Taken from a painting by Guy Head, undated. "Born Sept 17 1746. Died Dec. 26, 1816".

Letter  HILL 45/2/9  25 Feb 1843

Contents:
John Disney to Mr. W.P. Sherlock, 5 Carburton Street, Portland Place; from London. He is glad that the picture gives satisfaction to Mr. Sherlock's friends and hopes that Mr. Sherlock has not hurried to complete his undertaking. He will not be in town again until May and he will let Mr. Sherlock know where, when he knows himself and will then show the picture to his friends. Is glad that the picture is in Mr. Sherlock's care as he is harrassed and hurried himself. Post Script: explains that no one would see the picture if it was in the country, and refuses a book that has been offered.

Letter  HILL 45/2/10  2 April 1854

Contents:
John Disney to 'Sir'; from the Hyde. Glad that he is not in debt to the Camden Society, and will remain a member for life. As soon as he can unpack a "third part of the Mus. Dis [Museum Disneianum]", he will send it. Asks for those numbers of the Gentleman's Magazine which notice the first and second parts to be sent.

Letter  HILL 45/2/11  3 Sept 1856

Contents:
John Disney to 'My Dear Sir'; from the Hyde, instructing him to catch the 3 o'clock train from London, which arrives at quarter past four, leaving time enough to prepare for an evening meal with a neighbour.
Endorsed "Given to me Feby 3 1858 by Sol. A. Hart R.A. Auto. of John Disney, Antiquary. He presented the collection of marbles and Bronzes known as the 'Museum Disneyanum' in the University of Cambridge".

Miscellaneous  HILL 46  19th century-20th century

Minutes of proceedings  HILL 46/1  10 Oct 1918

Contents:
Before the Committee on Production at 5, Old Palace Yard, Westminster
Parties: the Lincoln, Gainsborough and Newark Engineering Employers' Association and the Boilermakers and Iron and Steel Ship Builders Society
Terms of reference: to decide whether the Boilermakers' Society in Lincoln shall conform to a change in working conditions, viz. a 50-hour week with a one break day instituted in Lincoln on 12 Sept. 1918, or continue to work on the conditions previously existing, viz. a 54-hour week with a two break day.
Carbon copy of typescript made from short-hand notes.

"Sayings and Doings of Lincoln worthies in the olden time  HILL 46/2  nd

Contents:
Or Lincoln as it was, and Lincoln as it is. Being a faithful picture of the City in the 13th and 19th centuries" by Edward Peacock.
Part ms. draft and part corrected proof, probably for a local newspaper.
In the preface the author refers to the approbation which has been awarded to these chapters 'in their transmission through the periodical press' which has induced the publisher to risk their reappearance in a more permanent form. 156 ff.

Papers of William Tomlinson Page the younger  HILL 46/3  nd

Contents:
HILL 46/3/7 - 11. Letters about the design of a bookplate for Lincoln Public Library.

Letter  HILL 46/3/1  27 March 1874

Contents:
J. Bromhead to J. Page, esq. at Lincoln and Lindsey Bank, Lincoln; from Union Club, Trafalgar Square. His absence from home prevents him from appearing before the City Magistrates to-morrow. During his occupation and ownership of the field on which his (Page's) house stands, he never heard of a right of footpath over it.

Letter  HILL 46/3/2  5 July [1882]

Contents:
Charles Seeley to "my dear Mr Mayor"; from House of Commons. Sends him Mr Mundella's letter and suggests that it be published.
Expresses admiration for the way he put the case before Mr Mundella.

Draft of letter  HILL 46/3/3  nd

Contents:
W.T. Page to the Right Rev. E.W. Benson.
As Mayor of Lincoln congratulates him on his appointment to the see of Canterbury [1882]
Written on a printed form of terms of membership of the National Liberal Club.

Letter  HILL 46/3/4  31 Dec 1882

Contents:
E.W. Benson, Bishop of Truro, to the Mayor; from Truro. Reply to HILL 46/3/3.

Letter  HILL 46/3/5  nd

Contents:
E. Ed[war?]ds to Mrs Page; from Eastbourne. Is gratified by seeing the splendid speech of Mrs Page's son. How much she has to be proud of. The Christ's Hospital appointment. 24 April
Covering note by W.T.P. "You may be amused by, or interested in the enclosed".

Letter  HILL 46/3/6  24 Oct 1886

Contents:
Theodore Trotter to "my dear Mr Page". Sends him two of his late son's books which may be useful to his boys, as no doubt one of them will join him.
Mourning paper.

C.W. Sherborn to N.H. Footman, Esq  HILL 46/3/7  14 June 1895

Contents:
From 540 King's Road, Chelsea.

C.W. Sherborn to [W.T. Page]  HILL 46/3/8  19 June 1895

Contents:
Sending another design according to his suggestions.

Suggestions for Mr Sherborn's consideration by W.T. Page  HILL 46/3/9  nd

Contents:
9A, B. Sketch and tracing.

C.W. Sherborn to W.T. Page  HILL 46/3/10  27 June 1895

Contents:
Will make the alterations he suggests if he will return the designs.

C.W. Sherborn to W.T. Page  HILL 46/3/11  2 July 1895

Contents:
Has endeavoured to carry out his suggestions.

Petition from electors of Lincoln to Alfred Shuttleworth esq., J.P  HILL 46/3/12  [1900]

Contents:
Asking him to consent to being nominated for election as M.P. as they "are desirous of the City being represented in Parliament by a local gentleman entertaining broad and moderate Liberal opinions"
Signatures of Francis R. Larken W.T. Page, Junior Robert Dawber Henry W. Hutton G.H. Pratt John Jekyll.

Two papers with proposed inscriptions for two sides of Tennyson memorial by Lincoln Cathedral  HILL 46/3/13  [1905]

Contents:
And page of suggestions by W.T. Page.

Cutting from Evening Standard  HILL 46/3/14  nd

Contents:
About visit of Mr. A.D. Page to Athens to discuss business with Mr. Samuel Insull.

Letter from Mr A.D. Page to Sir Francis  HILL 46/3/15  4 Feb 1976

2 pp.

Contents:
From Stanstead, Essex. Sends him these documents. Reminiscences of W.T. Page senior, prompted by reading of Victorian Lincoln.

Typescript note by Sir Francis Hill on William Tomlinson Page the younger  HILL 46/3/16  1976

Contents:
Based on the papers in this bundle.

MSS. of E.J. Wilson and other miscellaneous papers  HILL 46/4  nd

"Lincoln Minster. Copies from drawings of tombs & monuments taken in 1641"  HILL 46/4/1  1826

20 ff.

Contents:
Numbered on cover No.'9'
"Edwd Jas Willson, Lincoln"
'Contents of a volume of illuminated drawings, and copies of epitaphs taken by Sir William Dugdale and Mr William Sedgwick, painter, for Sir Christopher Hatton. A.D. 1641; - and in summer of 1815 discovered in a chest at Kirby Hall, Co. Northampt., the seat of George Finch Hatton Esqr... by the Revd. H.K. Bonney of King's Cliffe'.
Notes by Willson, not a transcript.
Copies of drawings of monuments, brasses etc.:
Robert Monson, Judge
William Alnwyk, Bishop of Lincoln Henry Sapcote, gent., and Jane his wife Philip Tylney, Canon and Residentiary Thomas de Saperton
Tomb of Eleanor, wife of Edward I
Armorial shields in great east window, chapel of Blessed Mary
Tomb of Lady Joan formerly wife of Nicholas de Cantilupe, kt., on south side of chapel of Blessed Mary
Armorial shields and 3 kneeling figures [of Nicholas Cantilupe and 2 priests (?)] in South window opposite chapel of Blessed Mary
Shrine in the chapel of Blessed Mary
Tomb of William Dalyson, one of the Justices of the King's Bench, in the Chanter's Alley
Two armorial shields in west window in north transept
Tomb of [Dean] Mackworth
Tomb of Thomas Fitzwilliams of Mablethorpe esq.
Tomb of Robert Grostest, formerly Bishop of Lincoln
Pencil notes discussing this tomb and when the figure disappeared, on a separate sheet bound in
Tomb of John Chedworth, Bishop of Lincoln (arm. shields only shown)
Tomb of William Atwater, Bishop of Lincoln (2 shields only shown)
Remains of tombs in south transept: Philip Repington, Bishop; Bishop Richard Gravesend; Christopher Massingberd, Archdeacon of Stow
Tomb of Margaret Fynes in south aisle against choir
Shrine of St. Hugh.

'Lincoln. Notes on the Minster'  HILL 46/4/2  nd

Contents:
Notes by E.J. Willson from Gough's Sepulchral Monuments
Numbered on cover '42' 18 ff, 10 only used.

Draft of an introduction by Ernest L. Grange, M.A. LL.D., F.S.A  HILL 46/4/3  nd

7 ff.


Related information: [See HILL 44 for Sympson's ms.]

Contents:
To his intended edition of A List of Monumental Inscriptions in Lincoln Cathedral supplemental to that contained in Bishop Sanderson's Survey, 1641. Collected in the years 1735-1742 A.D. by Thomas Sympson, Clerk of Works at the Cathedral. Includes some biographical notes about Sympson and a copy of the inscription to him in the Consistory Court.

Other papers of E.L. Grange  HILL 46/4/4/1-4  nd

Letter from T. Sympson to E.L. Grange; from James Street  HILL 46/4/4/1  21 March 1888

Contents:
Encloses information he has been able to collect and wishes to buy a copy of the survey when published.
Attached: questions about T. Sympson (d. 1749) by Grange with Sympson's replies.

Letter from the Rev. J. Clare Hudson, Thornton Vicarage, Horncastle, to E.L. Grange  HILL 46/4/4/2  21 Sept 1888

Contents:
About publication of part IV of Lincolnshire Notes & Queries of which they are joint editors, and copy for part V.

Note in pencil by E.L. Grange  HILL 46/4/4/3  19 March 1915

Contents:
That if he has not published the Sympson MS. before he dies, he would like these papers to be given to Lincoln Cathedral Library.

Typescript index to monuments in Lincoln Cathedral  HILL 46/4/4/4  nd

Contents:
[Described by Sympson].

Miscellaneous, printed  HILL 46/4/4/5-16  [n.d.]

Print of brass of Simon Seman  HILL 46/4/4/5  nd

5 Copies

Contents:
Citizen and Alderman of London, ob. 11 Aug. 1433, in St. Mary's Church, Barton on Humber.

Seals of Thornton Abbey  HILL 46/4/4/6  nd

Contents:
Photograph of 6 impressions.

'The North West Prospect of Barlings Abbey, near Lincoln'  HILL 46/4/4/7  nd

Contents:
Reproduced from S. Buck's engraving of 1726.

Print  HILL 46/4/4/8  nd

2 Copies

Contents:
From drawing of an incised slab at Croyland Abbey: 'Orate pro anima Johannis Tomson'.

Facsimile, in colour  HILL 46/4/4/9  nd

3 Copies

Contents:
Of a page of the Calendar of the Bussy family Psalter.

Print  HILL 46/4/4/10  nd

5 Copies

Contents:
Of monumental effigy of Sir Edward Maddison, kt., in Caistor church.

Print of Title page  HILL 46/4/4/11  nd

Contents:
John Britton, A Topographical and Historical Description of the County of Lincolnshire (London, 1807).

Coloured reproduction of Roman mosaic  HILL 46/4/4/12  nd

Contents:
Found within the precincts of Lincoln Castle, 16 Feb. 1846. G. J. Wigley del.

Prospectus, Spilsby Grammar School  HILL 46/4/4/13  nd

Contents:
(Headmaster, Reginald W.M. Gibbs) undated [1. 19th or e. 20th c.].

Cuttings from The Times  HILL 46/4/4/14  22 and 23 Sept 1926

Contents:
About the reopening of Crowland Abbey as a parish church by the Bishop of Lincoln on 22 Sept. after restoration.
Photograph of exterior
Photograph of interior at service of reopening.
Article on reopening and Bishop's address.

Cuttings from the Daily Mail  HILL 46/4/4/15  [1920s?]

4 ff.

Contents:
Articles by Arthur Weigall, 'Wanderings in Roman Britain'
XIX, Richborough Castle
XXXVIII, The Roman Colony at Lincoln
XLV, Conclusion
Mr Weigall's Replies to Readers' Queries.

Newspaper cutting  HILL 46/4/4/16  nd

Contents:
About visit of Rutland Archaeological Society to Irnham and Corby.

Note by Sir Francis about his purchase of these papers, together with Sympson's note book  HILL 46/4/5  17 Jan 1977

Survey of George Tennyson's estates in Lincolnshire  HILL 47  1798

A small leather bound volume

Contents:
Surveyor: Anthony Bower.
Properties in Scartho, Grimsby, Cleethorpes, Market and Middle Rasen, Lissingley, Market Stainton, Tealby, Ludford
Appears to be a book of reference to a plan, and includes: ref. no. names of closes, acreage, roods and perches.

Miscellaneous  HILL 50  1712-1900

Copy of court roll, manor of Fiskerton cum membris  HILL 50/1  22 April 1712

Contents:
William Harrison of Fiskerton admitted on the death of his father Joseph Harrison to a moiety of a cottage and two acres of pasture in the Cottagers Moore, occ. William Hobman in Fiskerton.

Will and probate of Edward Wright of Belchford, yeoman  HILL 50/2  1721

Contents:
27 September 1717.
Probate: 25 September 1721.

Indenture, mortgage by demise  HILL 50/3  5 July 1786

Contents:
1) Thomas Winn the elder of Lincoln, bricklayer.
2) John Stow of the Bail of Lincoln, gentleman.
For £130 (1) to (2) five tenements in par. St Swithin, Lincoln, occ. Lancelot Bristow, Richard Cross, Ann Ashley and - Peck, with two new-erected tenements on the same premises as yet unoccupied.: for 1000 years in mortgage.

Indenture, assignment of mortgage  HILL 50/4  22 June 1793

Contents:
1) Thomas Cooling of Lincoln, common brewer.
2) William Curtois of Lincoln, joiner and cabinet maker.
3) William Hanson of Newball par. Stainton, farmer.
Recites mortgage of 16 July 1789 by (2) to (1) for £400 of property below for 1,000 years; that £200 has been repaid.
Now for £200 (1) at request of (2) to (3) six tenements (formerly five) of which two were lately erected, in par. St Swithin, Lincoln, occ. Lancelot Bristow, Richard Cross, widow Ashley and others: for the residue of the mortgage term.

Letters and papers  HILL 50/5  1805-1817

10 Items

Contents:
re sale of land at Donington in Holland, etc.

Indenture, feoffment  HILL 50/6  1 June 1808

Contents:
1) John Whiting of Friskney, farmer.
2) John King the younger of Friskney, farmer.
3) Thomas South of Boston, yeoman.
For £38 10s. (1) at request of (2) to (2) and (3) and to the heirs of (2) cottage and land (1r) in Benington (Mr Edward Black east, mayor and burgesses of Boston west and north, common highway south) occ. James Fletcher.
The estate of (3) to be in trust for (2) and his heirs.

Indenture, feoffment  HILL 50/7  1 July 1815

Contents:
1) John King and Thomas South, as HILL 50/6.
2) John Fletcher of Benington, farmer.
For £63 (1) to (2) property as HILL 50/6.

Marriage settlement  HILL 50/8  1869, 1899

Contents:
Of Harry William Fox of Leeds, civil engineer and Sarah Ann Eliza Denton of Boston Spa near Tadcaster, Yorks., spinster.
15 January 1869.
Endorsed release
13 January 1899.

Letter, Graham Belfour to Frederick Andrew  HILL 50/9  12 November 1900

Contents:
Travels in Pacific; writing of Stevenson's biography.

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