This indenture made the twenty second day of October in the seventh year of the reign of our sovereign Lord George by the Grace of God of Great Brittain France and Ireland King Defender of the Faith etc. Anno Domini 1720 Between Thomas Dalton of Little Corby in the parish of Hayton in the County of Cumberland of the one part and Coulthard of Bawdingholme in the parish of Orton in the county aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said Thomas Dalton for and in consideration of Forty five pounds of Lawfull money of Great Brittain [given] in hand paid or secured to be paid by the said Edward Coulthard Hath given granted aliened bargained sold in-feoffed in confirmed and by these presents doth for him his heirs and assignes freely and absolutely give grant alien bargain and sell infeoff and confirm unto the said Edward Coulthard his heirs and assigns all that his messuage and tenement of freehold estate with all the appurtenances lying and being at Little Corby aforesaid be the same more or less with all houses edifices and buildings, pastures moors arrable lands meadows feedings moores mosses and turbary way easements proffitts comodities and appurtenances whatsoever to the same appertaining together with all title & interest of in and unto the same to have and to hold occupy possess and enjoy the said messuage and tenement and all other ye premises with the appurtenances unto the said Edward Coulthard his heirs and assigns to the only proper use of the said Edward Coulthard his heirs and assigns holding the same of the Lord of Corby by and under the payment of the yearly free rent of six pence par y den at two particular payments and the said Thomas Dalton for himself and his heirs and assignes doth covenant and promise to and with the said Edward Coulthard his heirs and assigns for ever, that it shall and may be lawfull to and for the said Edward Coulthard his heirs and assigns quietly and peaceably to have hold occupy possess and enjoy the aforesaid messuage and tenement and all other the premises with ye appurtenances without any lett suitt trouble molestation or hindrance whatsoever of him the said Thomas Dalton his heirs or assigns or any other person or persons claiming any estate title or interest thereunto or to any part or parcel thereof from or under him or any of them discharged also and by these presents well and sufficiently saved defended and kept harmless from all former and other bargains sailes gifts grants legacies leases mortgages troubles charges and incumbrances whatsoever the rents duties and services from henceforth growing due for ye same onely excepted forepri[?]ed provided nevertheless and it is the true intent and meaning of these presents that if the said Thomas Dalton his heirs executors administrators or assignes shall well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the said Edward Coulthard his heirs executors administrators or assigns the aforesaid sum of Forty five pounds of Lawfull Money of Great Brittain within the space and term of six years commencing from the day and date hereof with Lawfull use and consideration for ye same That then it shall and may be Lawfull for the said Thomas Dalton his heirs or assigns to have hold and occupy all the aforesaid estate title and premises without any disturbance or molestation whatsoever from ye said Edward Coulthard his heirs or assigns In Witness thereof the said Thomas Dalton hath hereunto sett his hand and seal the day and year first above written.
Sealed signed and delivered
in the presence of Us
Thomas Peal [Peat?]
24 October 1720
Signed sealed and delivered with quiet and peaceable possession given by the within mentioned Thomas Dalton of the premises within mentioned
To the within mentioned Edward Coulthard in the presence of us the day and year first above written
19 February 1725
Att this day stated between the within mentioned Thomas Dalton and Edward Coulthard for principall money & interest due on the within mortgaged premises and on the balance of the said att. there appeared to be due from the said Thomas Dalton to the within mentioned Edward Coulthard ffor principle money & interest the sum of Ffifty pound of lawfull money of Great Brittain And be it remembered that the day & year above mentioned the said Edward Coulthard hath lent to the said Thomas Dalton the further sume of Twenty pound more which is agreed to be a further sume charged on the within mortgaged premises to be payed with lawfull interest for the same untile the said two sumes of Fifty pound and twenty pound be fully satisfyed & paid as witness our hand the day and year first above written.
Signed & the £20 paid in the sight of
Chris.Henderson Thomas Dalton
Robert Lamonby Edward Coulthard
The recd. of this dead payd till the 25th of March 1726
2nd December 1731
paid to Mr.Hewell £83.7s.6d.