Thomas Staniforth & Co. Sickle works at Hackenthorpe.
Front of Indenture B
The Following is a conveyance dated January 9th, 1790 between Richard Taylor and George Greaves.
THIS INDENTURE OF THREE PARTS made the Ninth Day of January in the Thirtieth Year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord King George the Third and in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety BETWEEN RICHARD TAYLOR of Slode Lane in the Parish of Eckington in the County of Derby Yeoman of the first part JOHN GILBERTHORPE of Dinnington in the County of York Yeoman and THOMAS GILBERTHJORPE of the same place yeoman of the second part and GEORGE GREAVES of Dinnington aforesaid yeoman of the third part WHEREAS JOHN GILBERTHORPE of Dinnington aforesaid yeoman father of the aforesaid JOHN GILBERTHORPE and THOMAS GILBERTHORPE by MARY his wife which said MARY was the only daughter and heir at law of JOHN BAYLES late of Dinnington aforesaid weaver deceased and the said JOHN GILBERTHORPE did in and by his last will and testament in writing bearing date on or about the TWENTY FIRST DAY OF JUNE ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED AND SEVENTY FOUR give to his said wife a Cottage with the appurtenances at Hackenthorpe for her life with power to dispose of at her death AND WHEREAS by a certain indenture bearing the Twenty Fifth day of March One Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty Eight made between ROBERT STANIFORTH of Hackenthorpe in the Parish of Beighton and said County of Derby Labourer and EASTHER his wife of the one part and JOHN BAYLES of Dinnington aforesaid weaver and SARAH his wife of the other part of and concerning the grant of a Cottage House or Tenement in Hackenthorpe aforesaid being NOW IN TWO TENANCIES with their appurtenances to hold to the said JOHN BAYLES and SARAH his wife and their heirs and by an indorsement on the back thereof dated the Twenty Third day of September One Thousand Seven Hundred Eighty Eight the aforesaid MARY GILBERTHORPE JOHN GILBERTHIORPE AND THOMAS GILBERTHORPE her sons did agree with the said RICHARD TAYLOR for the sale of the aforesaid premises but not any conveyance thereof hath been executed by them to the said RICHARD TAYLOR and the said MARY GILBERTHORPE is since dead NOW THIS INDENTURE WITNESSETH that for and in consideration of the sum of FIFTY TWO POUNDS AND TEN SHILLINGS of lawful money of Great Britain to the said RICHARD TAYLOR in hand paid by the said GEORGE GREAVES upon the sealing and the delivery of the presents the receipt whereof the doth hereby acknowledge and thereof and of every part thereof doth acquit release and discharge the said GEORGE GREAVES his heirs executors and administrators and every of them and the said JOHN GILBERTHORPE and THOMAS GILBERTHORPE in consideration of the sum of FIVE SHILLINGS a piece of like lawful money to them in hand paid by the said GEORGE GREAVES the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and for other good causes and considerations they the said RICHARD TAYLOR JOHN GILBERHTORPE and THOMAS GILBERTHORPE have and each and every of them HATH granted bargained sold remised released and confirmed and by the present DO and each and every of them DOTH grant bargain sell remise release and confirm unto the said GEORGE GREAVES in his actual possession now being by virtue of a bargain and sale to him thereof made by the said RICHARD TAYLOR JOHN GILBERTHORPE THOMAS GILBERTHORPE for one whole year by INDENTURE bearing date the day next before the date of these presents and by force of the statute made for transferring uses into possession and to his heirs and assigns ALL that cottage house or tenement and garden with appurtenances situate and being in Hackenthorpe aforesaid late in the possession of THOMAS CROWTHER but now empty formally in two tenements with a seat or pew in the Parish Church of Beighton aforesaid TOGETHER with all houses outhouses edifices buildings orchards gardens backsides ways easements water watering places hedges ditches fences trees commons commodities benefits liberties advantages hereditaments and appurtenances whatsoever to the said cottage of tenement and premises hereby granted and of every part and parcel thereof belonging or in any wise appertaining and the reversion and reversions and remainders thereof and all the estate right title interest property claim and demand whatsoever either at law or in equity of them the said RICHARD TAYLOR JOHN GILBERTHORPE THOMAS GILBERTHORPE or any of them of in or to the same or any part thereof TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said cottage or tenement garden and pew and other the premises with the appurtenances unto the said GEORGE GREAVES his heirs and assigns to the only proper use of the said GEORGE GREAVES his heirs and assigns for ever to be held of the Chief Lord or Lords of the fee or fees of the premises by the ancient and accustomed rents and Services thereof AND the said JOHN GILBERTHORPE and THOMAS GILBERTHORPE for themselves heirs executors and administrators and every of them doth hereby Covenant Promise and to agree to and with the said GEORGE GREAVES his heirs executors Administrators and Assigns by these presents that they the said JOHN GILBERTHORPE AND THOMAS GILBERTHORPE hath or hath not heretofore done committed or wittingly be willingly suffered any act matter or thing whatsoever whereby for wherewith the above granted and release premises or any part or parcel thereof is all shall or may be impeached charged or incumbered in Title Estate or otherwise however save and except as aforesaid AND the said RICHARD TAYLOR for himself Heirs Executors and Administrators doth Covenant promise and agree to and with the said GEORGE GREAVES his Heirs Executors Administrators Assigns by the presents in manner following that is to say that for and not withstanding any act matter or thing whatsoever by him the said RICHARD TAYLOR Committed or wittingly or willingly suffered to the contrary they the said RICHARD TAYLOR JOHN GILBERTHORPE THOMAS GILBERTHORPE have or some or one of them hath at the time of the sealing and delivery of these presents in him or them good right full power lawful and absolute authority to grant bargain sell release and convey the said cottage or tenement and other the premises with the appurtenances unto the said GEORGE GREAVES his heirs and assigns in manner and form aforesaid according to the true intent and meaning of these presents AND that it shall and may be lawful to and for the said GEORGE GREAVES his heirs and assigns from time to time and at all times for ever hereafter peaceably and quietly to have hold use occupy possess and enjoy the said cottage or tenement garden or pew with the appurtanences hereby granted and released or mentioned and intended so to be and to take and receive the rents issues and profits thereof to his and there proper use and uses without any lawful let suit trouble denial demand eviction expultion or disturbance of or by the said RICHARD TAYLOIR JOHN GILBERTHORPE THOMAS GILBERTHORPE or any of them their or any of their heirs and assigns or of or by any other person or persons whatsoever lawfully claimimg or to claim by from or under them or any of them or by from or under the aforesaid JOHN BAYLES OR JOHN GILBERTHORPE DECEASED AND that free and clear and freely and clearly acquitted exonerated and discharged otherwise well and sufficiently indemnified saved and kept harmless by the said RICHARD TAYLOR his heirs executors administrators or assigns or some of them of from and against all former and other gifts grants bargains sales jointures wills intails mortgages leases rents judgements titles troubles changes and incumbrances whatsoever had made done committed and consented unto or suffered by the said RICHARD TAYLOR and JOHN GILBERTHORPE or by any other person or persons whatsoever lawfully claiming or to claim by from or under them or any of them IN WITNESS whereof the parties have aforesaid have to these presents interchangeable set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.
Signed RICHARD TAYLOR JOHN GILBERTHORPE THOMAS GILBERTHORPE
RECEIVED on the day of the date of the within written Indenture of and from the within names GEORGE GREAVES the within mentioned sum of Fifty Two Pounds and Ten Shillings in full for the consideration money within mentioned to be paid by him to me the within named RICHARD TAYLOR
Witnessed WILLIAM BALL THOMAS PEARSONS
Back of Indenture B
Sealed and delivered by the within named RICHARD TAYLOR JOHN GILBERTHORPE THOMAS GILBERTHORPE being duly stamped in the presence of us WILLIAM BALL THOMAS PEARSONS
In 3 parts
Part 1 = Richard Taylor of Slode Lane, Eckington - Yeoman
Part 2 = John Gilberthorpe of Dinnington - Yeoman and his wife Sarah
Thomas Gilberthorpe of Dinnington - Yeoman
Part 3 = George Greaves of Dinnington - Yeoman
John Gilberthorpe & wife Mary (Bayles) Gilberthorpe are parents to John Gilberthorpe & Thomas Gilberthorpe
John Bayles a Weaver of Dinnington and wife Sarah are parents to Mary (Bayles) Gilberthorpe
Robert Staniforth – Labourer of Hackenthorpe and wife Esther
21st June 1774 John Gilberthorpe Senior left his wife Mary in his will a house at Hackenthorpe. (It was hers anyway inherited from her father John Bayles)
25th March 1728 - an Indenture = In 2 Parts = made between Robert Staniforth of Hackenthorpe and Esther his wife and John Bayles and Sarah his wife.
23rd Sept 1788 - An endorsement on the back between Mary (Bayles) Gilberthorpe, ( + Sons) John Gilberthorpe and Thomas Gilberthorpe did agree to the sale to Richard Taylor for £52 10shillings. Mary Gilberthorpe dies between 1788 and 1790 and sons sell property on
(House owned by John and Sarah Bayles.– Purchased from Robert Staniforth and his wife Esther 25th March 1728) Daughter Mary (Bayles) Gilberthorpe inherited