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Deed to declare the uses of a Fine



Reference Name THOR/1/1/13/2

John Millington of Millington, Cheshire, gent, Anne Millington his wife, and William Millington son and heir,
to
Nathaniel Booth of Mottram St Andrew, esq, and John Page the younger of Eardshaw, gent.

All their manor of Millington and lands and appurtenances etc in Millington, High Leigh and Partington, Cheshire.
Conditions: Nathaniel Booth and John Page to stand seised as follows: In the rooms of the capital messuage or hall of Millington known as the pantry, kitchen, larder, little dayhouse and the chambers and rooms over than, the chamber over the brew house and the old stable, the furthermost bay of buildings in the oxhouse, 2 bays at the east end of the barn, ½ of the swine house, the room loft or chamber over the same, and the kiln except for 4 months of the year; of the closes etc. of land of the demesne of the manor of Millington namely the little garden, the high orchard, the croft adjoining to William Cooke's house, the great adcroft, the little adcroft, the great haukenhey, the little haukenhey, the rishey pitt field, the great rye field, the wheat hey, the little wheat hey, the sower butts, the windy mill field, the doe town field, the broomfield, the great new field, the little new field and every of them in Millington and Partington near or late in the tenure of William Leigh, rent 20s., John Mills the elder 20s., John Mills the younger 12s 6d., John Coe rent 20s., Richard Owen 21s., Anne Warburton 21s., John Leach 6s. 8d., John Chadderton 3s., all to the use of John and Anne Millington for life in name of jointure and lieu of dower.
All the rest of the property not previously limited to the above uses to such uses as John and William Millington shall appoint by deed and in default to the use of John Millington and his heirs.

Physical Description: Signed and sealed John and William Millington, the mark of Anne Seals conventional devices.

Date: 1 July 1654

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

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