7. Indenture, Richard Bouker and William Baddiley, 10 January 1642

This indenture does not list a year in the preamble. Later it mentions the year 1642 and 1649 as the year by which a payment is to be made. It is a continuation (a part two if you will) of the previous indenture which was dated 1639 and 1640.

 “…shall
be in the yeare of our Lord god accordinginge to the
Computacon of the Church of England One
Thousand Sixe Hundred Fforty and Two… “

detail ff. 21r

                 (This indenture begins on same page as the end of document 6, on the left margin of the page a small note has been made. The box was the only way I could find to simulate the format.)

33 (21r)

This in Indenture made the pr betweene Richard
Bowker of Newcastle in the countie of Staff xx

learning date& day of the date
hereof .[.]. stalrd p dr Limind
att one [illegible] of lyme’ together
with their puts.

yeoman of the one partie and William Baddiley of
Loulditch in the country aforesayd gen of the other
partie wittnesseth that whereas the sayd William
Baddiley by his deede of Bargaine and sale or
ffeoffment under his hand and seale lawfully
executed bearinge date t ^\ [.]/hip tenth [py th] day
of January made betweene hi the sayd William
Baddiley of the one partie and the sayd Richard x
Bowker of the other partie for the consideracon
 therein mentioned did give graunt bargaine sell
enfeoffe and confirme unto the sayd Richard x
Bowker his heires and assignes for ever all that
the moitie or one halfe of the Capitall messuage
or tenements situate and beinge in Loulditch afore
sayd called and knowne by the name of the

34(21v)
Loulditch huse together with the Moytie or one
halfe of all hourses edifcies buildinges orchards
gardens yards landes tenements meadows lea
lowes pastures woods waters comons como-
-ditites rents services and hereditaments thereunto
belongeinge or therewith occupied or enjoyed
or accepted reputed taken or knowne as
part parcell or member thereof with their and
every of their appurtenments and alsoe the
moity or one halfe of all other the landes x
tenements and hereditaments of him the sayd William
Baddiley scituate lyinge and beinge in x
Loulditch aforesayd or in either of theirn or in
any other place with in the say county of
satff- with all heredaments appurtences
there unto belongine or theretofore used
occupied or enjoyed therewith or accepted repu
-ted or taken to be as part or parcel or member
thereof and the [rencon and rencons]remain-
-der and remainders rents and services of all
and singular the premisses and all the state right
tytle interest use possion clayme and demand
whatsoever of him the sayd William Baddiley
of in and to the premisses and of in and to e[…]
part and parcell thereof together with all deeds
[chres eqdentes] and writinges couchinge or
conceringe onely the premisses or onely any
part thereof to hawe and to hould all and

3 85(22r)
singler the sayd moity or one halfe of the sayd
capitall messuages or tenements houses edifices
buildinges orchards gardens messuages lands
tenments meadowes leasowes pastures woods
waters comons comodities rents services xxx
herediaments and premises and the reucon & rencons
and rencons remainder and remainders of
all and singler the premisses unto the sayd Richard
Bowker heires and assignes forever to the
onely sole personal use and behoafe of the sayd xx
Richard Bowker his heires and assignes for
ever as by the sayd Indenture of bargaine and
sale & ffeoffment relacon beinge thereunto had
the premisses may more fully appreare by some
whereof the sayd Richard Bowker is and now
standeth lawfully siezed in his demise \singular/ as off ffee
of an in the premisses nevertheless their puts
doe wittness that it is and was the true intent &
meaninge of the sayd parties to the sayd deed and
it is now fully covenanted graunted consider-
-ded provided conditioned declared and agreed
betweene the sayd parties that the estate of the sayd
Richard Bowker shall be taken to be conditio-
-nall and under and uppon the proviso and x
conditicon followinge that if the sayd William
Baddiley his heires exectued administerator or
assignes or any of thein doe well and truly con
-tent and pay or cause to be payd unto the sayd
Richard Bowker his heires executors adminis-
-tator or to some of them on the full and wist some
of ffouer hundred sixty foud fouer pounds

of lawfull mony of England uppon the xx

36 (22v)
ffeast day of Phillipp and Jacob whith shall
be in the yeare of our Lord god accordinginge to the
Computacon of the Church of England One
Thousand Sixe Hundred Fforty and Two toge
-ther with the some of                  like lawfull money
of England expended and disbursed and to be
disbursed y the sayd Richard Bowker in x
about the setlinge establishinge and convey
-inge of all and singlor the premisses unto the
sayd Richard Bowker accordinge to the forme
true intent and meaninge of their puts at

the sayd Richard Bouker house in New-

-castle aforesaid or in the place wherethe sayd
house now standeth betweene the houses of
one and ffive of the Clocke in the afternoone
of the same day Or if in case the sayd William
Baddiley his heirs Executors Administrators
and assignes doe every of them fayle in payment
of the sayd sume of ffower hundred sixty ffoar
poundes to the sayd Richard Bowker his
heires executors and Administorators uppon
the ffeast day afore sayd and of the sayd
as aforesayd and afterwards pay or casusse
the sume of Eight hundred poundes of x
lawfull English money to be pay unto the
sayd Richard Bowker his executors Admi
-nistrators or assignes uppon the ffeast day
of St. Phillipp and Jacobbus hich shall bee
in the yeare of our lord god (accordinge to
the Computation of the Church of England)
37 (23r)
ONe Thousand six hundred ffourty Nyne together
with the sayd ..                for charges of theis put x
Conveyance and assureinge thereof at the sayd
Richard Bowkers now dweelinge house in x
Newcastle aforesyad or in the place where
the same house now standeth and betweene the
howers of Twelve and sixe of the Clocke in the
afternoone of the say last mentioned ffeast day
That then and from thence forth it shall and xx
may be lawfull to and for the say William xx
Baddiley his heire and assignes into all and
singler the sayd Moityes of the said Capitall
Messuage or Tenement houses edifices buildings
lands tenements hereditments and premises with
Th’appertaments be fore herein mentioned to be
barganed and sould to renter and the same to
have againe reposseed and [reinioy] as in his or
their former estate and that them and from
thence forth after the payment of either of the
sayd sommes of money at eyther of the ffeast dayes
aforesayd to the sayd Richard Bowker his xx
Executors Administrators or assinges accordinge
to the intent and true meaninge of theis puts
The sayd Richard Bowker and his heires shall
stand and be seised of and in all and singler the
sayd Moytie or one halfe of the sayd capitall
messuages or Tenements land Tenements hereditaments
and premisses to the use and behoofe of the sayd x
William Baddiley and his heires and that all
estates assignes and Conveyances thereof then
had and made to the sayd Richard Bowker and
his heires or to any other person after repayment of
either of the sayd sumes of money in manner aforesayd
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Shall bee and envre to the use of the sayd William
Baddely his heires and Assignes for ever and
to noe other use intent or purpose in whatsoever
Any thinge in the sayd former Indenture
Contayned to the contrary thereof in any
wise not withstandinge Provided allwayes
and it is the true intent and meaninge of the
puts and of the parties to the same And it is
Covenement declared and agreed by and bet-
weene the sayd parties that the sayd William
baddiley his heires and assinges shall hould
the possesion and [voceind] and take the conts
and profitts of all and singler the premisses
untill the sayd ffeast day of St. Phillip
and Jacobb which shall be in the yeare of
our lord god One Thousand Sixe Hundred
ffourty Two that hee they or some of them
doe pay unto the sayd Richard Bowker
his executors Administrators or assignes
the sayd Some of ffoure hundred sixty foure
poundes and the sayd some of          in
mannor aforesayd And if default both on
mode of payment thereof theat then never-
theless the sayd William Baddiley his heires
and assignes shall and may from theence-
forthe hould the possession and received and
take the profitts of the premisses untill the
ffeast day of St. Phillipp and Jacobb which
shall be in the yeare of our Lord god 1649
any thinge in the sayd former [cocited] Inden
-ture contayned to the Countrary thereof

not with standinge In Witness [xr]/

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