Congleton Town Hall Charters, Book 2

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James Spenser, alderman of London, to the mayor of Congleton, profit of his walke mill for one or two years to repair the corn mill in Congleton should it decay. 1527.

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Indenture: Simon Foxholys and Sir James Spenser, farm of a half burgage in Congleton. 1537.

2/51

John Smythe of Congleton, mercer, to Richard Grene, mayor of Congleton, land in Congleton. 1539.

2/52

Writ of Sir John Savage concerning right of way in Congleton. 1548.

2/53

Letters Patent inspecting charter of Henry de Lascy to the burgesses of Congleton. 1542.

2/54

Letters Patent re 'the towne lande'. 1584.

2/55

William Drakeforde of Congleton, the younger, quitclaims to Matthew Moreton, mayor of Congleton, all claims. 1589.

2/56

Same to same et al., same.

2/57

Robert Hobson of Congleton to Ralph Wagg, alderman of Congleton, land in Congleton. 1610.

2/58

Francis Holte to Ralph Wagg, land in Congleton. 1611.

2/59

Fine in dispute between Richard Hall and Thomas Cartewright on the one part and Francis Holte and Elizabeth his wife on the other re land in Congleton. 1611.

2/60

Indenture: Francis Holte, mercer, and Thomas Ellice, glover of Congelton, re land in Congleton. 1615.

2/61

Fine in dispute between Thomas Parnell and Ralph Wagg on the one part, and Edward Dreakeford and his wife Cecila on the other re messuage cp called ?Corcar. 1621.

2/62

Deed re same. 1622.

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Indenture: Ralph Wagg, tanner, and Hugh Royley, blacksmith, re tenement in West Streete. 1652.

2/64

Deed of same to same, 100 payable. 1652.

2/65

Indenture: William Rode of Congleton, shoemaker, and John Oakes of Shanwick, re messauge near the High Crosse in Congleton. 1655.

2/66

Indenture: same re same. 1655.

2/67

Indenture: John Oakes and William Rode, re a shop etc near the High Crosse in Congleton. 1655.

2/68

Indenture: William Rode and John Okes, three messuages or burgages near the Market Place abutting on the Crosse or Crosse place in Congleton. 1656.

2/69

Bond: William Coppocke of Mobberley, tanner, to Isaac Antrobus of Over Knutsford. 1671.

2/70

Indenture: John Hutchinson, rector of Astbury, and Robert Knight, mayor of Congleton, demise of tithes and rent charge from the mills for three years. 1684.

2/71

Indenture: Peter Hackney of Congleton, husbandman, and Ralph Wagge, shoemaker, land in West Field. 1685.

2/72

Fine: John Boote and William Peever et al., tenements and land in Odrode and Congleton. 1686.

2/73

Indenture: John Boote of Church Coppenhall, James Brookes of Congleton, shoemaker, and Ralph Wagge, shoemaker, re mesauge in West Street, Congleton, et aliter, 1686.

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Fine: Robert Armfield et al and Thomas Vawdrey et al, land and tenements in Macclesfield and Upton. 1694.

2/75

Jury panel for the county of Staffordshire.

2/76

Faculty granted for the erection of two galleries in the chapel of Congleton with plan. 1705.

2/77

Indenture re the augmentation of Queen Anne's Bounty for the chapel of the borough of Congleton.

2/78

Indenture: Richard Martin, gent of Congleton, and mayor of Congleton, Knight's Croft in Congleton. 1736.

2/79

Indenture: mayor of Congleton, John Broadhurst, husbandman of Congleton, and James Forde, gent of Congleton, messuage on Byflatt near the millls of Congleton, land adjoining, and land behind the pinfold. 1752.

2/80

Presentment of a jury re indictment against owners of properties next the turnpike for non-repair of same. 1810.

2/81

Commission re bankruptcy of James Mills Wolfenden of Congleton, surgeon, 1816.