Signed seventeenth-century Vellum Manuscript Indenture, an Exemplification of a fine between John Dent and Thomas Hutchinson, plaintiffs, and William Mankin and Anne his wife, defendants, re a messuage and lands in Thirne [Thorne, Yorkshire].

[John Dent; Thomas Hutchinson; William Mankin; Anne Mankin; Thirne [Thorne, Yorkshire]]
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[Thirne [Thorne, Yorkshire].] 19 June 15 Charles I [1639].

On one side of a piece of vellum (roughly 32 x 43 cm). In fair condition, aged and worn, with the remains of the seal sewn up in a cloth bag. With monogram signature in customary place on gutter tab. Ruled with red lines, and with ornate initial capital and decorative margin at head. Docketed on reverse. In Latin. Scan on application.

Early Stuart Signed Vellum Manuscript Indenture, a Bond of John Burnesall, yeoman of Thirne [Thorne, Yorkshire], to Francis Wilson, yeoman of the same place.

[John Burnesall and Francis Wilson, yeomen of Thirne [Thorne, Yorkshire]]
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20 September 1616 [14 James I].

On both sides of a piece of vellum (approximately 11 x 27 cm). In fair condition, aged and worn, with seal removed. In English. Concerning the fulfilment of articles mentioned in a pair of indentures of the same date (not present). The various signatures include the marks of two of the parties. Scan on application.

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