The lands belonging to ye sd Chapelry being Freehold, situate in ye Township of Castle Bolton aforesd are 1st One Garth call'd ye Glebe Garth, one Days Mowing, adjoining upon the Duke of Bolton's Land on ye East & South, upon ye Town on ye West, & upon ye East Lane on ye North. 2d one Pasture called ye Great Pasture & a Parrock laying together wth it two Days Mowing, adjoining upon ye East Parke & ye Field below it on ye East, & upon other lands of ye Duke of Bolton's on ye West, North & South. 3d one Meadow Field call'd Priest Butts, three Days Mowing, & a Parrock adjoining & upon it on ye South, one Days Mowing, bounded on ye East, South, & West by ye Duke of Bolton's Lands & on ye North by ye Turnpike Road. 4th Also ye Following Lands purchased by Queen Anne's Bounty, being Free-hold but subject to a King's Rent of ye yearly value of sixteen shil- lings & eight pence, situate in ye Township of West Scrafton in ye Parish of Coverham, in ye sd Diocese & County, viz. two Meadows Fields calld East New House Field & Thompson's Thoroughgill, six Acres & three Perches, a Cow House standing in ye latter & one Pasture call'd Horn's Thoroughgill, three Acres. All these three Fields lay together, & adjoin on ye Lord Litchfield's Lands on ye East, upon Lands belonging to ye Chapel of Redmire on ye West, upon Ann & Sarah Cravens Lands & ye Hill End belonging to Redmire Chapel on ye North, upon Sour Ing Lane on ye South & 5th Two Gates in West Scrafton East Pasture
Tho. Heslop, Curate of Bolton cum Redmire
Richard Wood Chapelwarden
The Lands belonging to ye sd Chapelry, being Freehold, but subject to a King's Rent of ye yearly Value of One Pound, thirteen shillings & four Pence, situate in the Township of West Scrafton in ye Parish of Coverham, in ye sd Diocese & County, purchas'd by Queen ANne's Bounty are, 1st, one Meadow Field call'd Sour [ torn ]ning three Acres, one Rood & thirty six Perches (a Cow [ torn ]ing therein) adjoining upong Lord Litchfield's Lands [ torn ]last, upon Christopher Horner's Lands upon ye West, upon Sour Ing Lane on ye North, & upon West Scrafton East Pasture on ye South: 2d, one Pasture call'd Ripley Thoroughgill, seven Acres one Rood & six Perches, with a Cowhouse therein; & 3d, one Meadow Field, call'd West Newhouse Field, three Acres, & twenty three Perches, wth a Cowhouse therein, adjoining upone ye sd Pasture bounded on ye East by Lands belonging to ye Chapel of Castle Bolton on ye West by Mrs Forster's Lands, on ye North by Anne & Sarah Craven's Lands & East Low Newhouse Field, & on ye South by Sour Ing Land; 4th, West Low Newhouse Field, a Cowhouse standing therein & East Low Newhouse Field, & ye Spring, laying together & contain- ing four Acres, three Rood, & thirty seven Perches, adjoining upon Anne & Sarah Craven's Lands on ye East, upong Mrs Forster's & Kipling's Lands & ye Lane to ye River on ye West & North & upon Mrs Forster's Lands & West Newhouse Field on ye South, 5th, the Hill End or Little Spring, adjoining upon Lord Litchfield's Lands on ye East, upon Anne & Sarah Craven's Lands on ye West, upon ye River Cover on ye North & upon Lands belonging to ye Chapel of Castle Bolton on ye South, 6th, Four Cattle Gates in West Scrafton East Pasture, & 7th, Twelve Pounds & ten Shillings paid annually by ye Rector of Wensley to the Curate of Redmire.
Thos. Heslop, Curate
Richd. Jackson, Chapel Warden