Reference numberCON 3/1/2/14
TitleDeed to Lead Uses of Common Recovery
Description(1) John Cotton, Conington, Esq. (2) George Townesend, Lincolns Inn, Middx., Esq. (3) John Proby, Elton, Hunts, Esq. For 5/- from (2) to (1). (1) agrees with (2) to levy fine before the end of Trinity Term to use of (2). Manor House of Conington with outbuildings and all apps. and the following Closes: Cow Close, The Great Caves Field and Upper Hides; The Lower Hides; Oate Close and Little Ale; Little Caves Field and Great Stephens Close; Atts his walk and Long Meadow; Ulternesse; Barhurst; Benbowes Close; Little Stephens Close and Great 40 acres; Basses Fen Close; Fen House Close and Hastings Fen; Cottigess Close; The Copshurst and Landgate; Calves Close; The Hopyards; The Horse Close; Butchers Close; Goose Green; Pantons Grave; Manesties; Cornefenn; Lambs Lees and Park East; Wetherhurst; 3 little meadows lying between Little Caves Field and Holme Dole; Manesties Fen. All part of the Manor of Connington and lying in Connington. So that 3. may suffer common recovery to use of 1. and heirs for ever.
Date3 Jun. 1700
CreatorNameHeathcote family of Conington Castle
RepositoryHuntingdonshire Archives

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