"A Coppie of the Particular of Mr. Griffiths' lands taken by Lease from his Majestie by reason of his Minoritie [ ] fathers deathe in October"

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A third part of the manor of Haystroppe; of the tithes of Little Kelke; of lands in Agnes Burton, late of the chantry of Blessed Mary in the church of Agnes Burton; and of 2 closes called Ferriby Croftes in Agnes Burton. Messuage, croft and 4 bovates in Harpham. Messuage, 2 cottages and 5 bovates in Haystroppe. A third part of the manor of Agnes Burton, with appurtenances in Agnes Burton, Thurnam and Gransmore; of the manor of Little Kelk; of 3ac. meadow in Lowthorpe; and of a sheep pasture called Swathorpe in Swathorpe. All in co. York. A third part of the manors of Wichnor, Tunstall alias Dunstall, Tattenhill, Birdshall, Newbolde, and Alderwas; of a chase called Alderwas Hey; and of 3 messuages in Yoxall, Yoxall Woodhowses and Highwall Hill, all co. Staffs. Messuages, cottages and lands in Orbie, Ingollmells, Addlethorpe, Haggestroppe, H[ ]oppe, and Drestroppe, all co. Lincs.: Sir Henry Griffiths died 14 October 1620, his son and heir Henry Griffiths esq. being aged 17 years 2 months.
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