WITNESS that the said William Robinson for and in consideration of the summe of one hundred pounds of lawfull English money to him the said William Robinson in hand paid by the said Francis Calvert at or before the ensealing and delivery of the squesents the ( )
Whereof the said William Robinson doth hereby acknowledge and thereof and of every part and (parcell) thereof doth fully hearby freely and absolutely acquit vossafe exonerate and discharge the said Francis Calvert his heirs executors and administrators and ( ) of them for ever by there ( ) and alsoe for diverse other good (reward) and valuable consideration him the said William Robinson thereunto moveing Hath demysed grand and to (Farme) Lett unto him the said Francis Calvert
ALL that close or parcell of ground called or knowne by the name of Kirke Close and on the West side of Christopher Robinsons Kirke Close and containing by estimation three acres of meadow ground bee the same more or less all that hole or (that close or parcell of ground called or knowne by the name of Kirke Close adjoining on the est side of Mr. James Lightfoot Beanlands Close and on the )
A parcell of ground called Kitlatts belonging to Christopher Robinson and adjoining on the west side of a parcell of ground belonging to Nicholas Somers and containing by Estimation three acres of ground be it more or less
all that his the said William Robinsons ground contayning by estimation one and a halfe of ground ( ) be it more or less lying and being in the hold of ground knowne by the name of Heelds in the middle thereof between the other grounds belonging to his Grand the Duke of Bolton lying within the said Heelds Hole and all that other hole called by the name of Wood Hole lying and ajoining to the East of it Hole belonging to Christopher Robinson called (Tomlin Hole) and adjoining on the west side of Henry Calverts Wood Hole and containing by estimation one acre of meadow ... ground be it more or less
and all that Hole of parcell of ground ... called and knowne by the name of Leonard Robinsons Croft containing by estimation one acre of ground be the same more or less.
And all that hole or ground called by the name of Scriddle containing by estimation one acre of ground ... be the same more or less Together with all way waters, water courses, woods underwoods, timber and trees, commons, common of pasture, moore and turbitmens, privilidges, profits, comodities advantages and appertainances whatsoever to the said premises or any part or parcel thereof belonging or in any wise appersening or therewith used (orruxyed) or adjoining is part parten or (memoer) (irrident) or (app-sent) of or for the (land) demysed premisesor any part or parcell being within the premises and territorys of Ridmer afforesaid and now are or late ( ) in the tenure or ( ) portion of the said William Robinson his assigns or under tennants.
To have and to hold all and singular the Holes parcell of ground and other premises herrin or herby demysed and granted or mentioned or intendede or herby demysed and granted and every part and parcell thereof with their and of their every rights members and appertinances whatever to him the said Francis Calvert his executors administrators and assigns to the onely proper use behoose and benefit of him the said Francis Calvert his executors Adms and assigns from the day of these presents for and dureing and untill the full end term of one thousand years shall from ( ) be fully and ( ) finished and ending Yeilding and paying for the said premises to him the said Wm. R his heirs and assigns the dds of one pepper corne at the feast of pentycost (onely) if the same bee lawfully demended and the said Wm R and his executors and administrators and every one of them all and singular the ...