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Re: Halmote Court Books 1719
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 06 March 19 08:02 GMT (UK) »
Scanning top half of document.

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Re: Halmote Court Books 1719
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 06 March 19 08:07 GMT (UK) »
Hi
Hoping the second half will scan as well.
Fingers crossed.
The names in the doc. are Thomas Parmeley; Elizabeth Blackett; Cuthert Johnson and the town Lynesack, Durham.

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Re: Halmote Court Books 1719
« Reply #11 on: Wednesday 06 March 19 08:13 GMT (UK) »
Really really appreciate your help with this. 

Just another connection.  Cuthbert b. 1703 (was Elizabeth's illegitimate child to Cuthbert Johnson his father).  Cuthbert took his mother's name Blackett.  He married an Alice Parmely 1700-1767.

That is what the family understand at this stage.

Hoping it is clear enough to read.

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Re: Halmote Court Books 1719
« Reply #12 on: Wednesday 06 March 19 09:30 GMT (UK) »
Just thought I'd say that the 2 images have attached fine Westee.  :)
They are very clear and readable.
They are in Latin as you say, so hopefully someone will be along soon to translate them.
Lane, Burgess: Cheshire. Finney, Rogers, Gilman:Derbys
Cochran, Nicol, Paton, Bruce:Scotland. Bertolle:London
Bainbridge, Christman, Jeffs: Staffs

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Re: Halmote Court Books 1719
« Reply #13 on: Wednesday 06 March 19 10:21 GMT (UK) »
Hi Westee,

When you next do a scan, if you opt to save the image as a .jpeg file instead of a .pdf file members will be able to view without having to download the image files ;)

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Re: Halmote Court Books 1719
« Reply #14 on: Wednesday 06 March 19 17:22 GMT (UK) »
Scan 0055

(in the margin)
Linesack:
Dimiss(io) ijd

M(emoran)dum q(uo)d decimo Septimo Die Aprilis Anno Regni D(omi)ni n(ost)ri

Georgij nunc magne Britanie &c Regis quinto ven(it) Thomas

parmerley fil(ius) & heres Will(elm)i parmerley defunc(ti) extra Cur(iam) apud

Civitat(em) Dunelm(ensem) Coram Joh(an)ne Rudd Ar(migero) Deput(ato) Lanceloti Hilton

gen(erosi) Sen(escal)li  Et cepit de d(omi)no unam domu(m) & unam Rodam

terre adjungen(tes) sup(er) Hestewell Que p(re)d(ictus) Will(elm)us nup(er) pater suus

h(ab)uit in jure dum vixit  H(ab)end(im) eidem Thome parmerley &

seque(lis) suis in jure s(e)c(un)dum Consuetud(inem) Cur(ie) redd(endo) inde p(er) Annu(m)

ad termi(n)os usua(les) ut prius redd(ere) soleb(at)  Et fac(iendo) d(omi)no & vicin(is)

q(ue) incumb(un)t p(er) pleg(ium) &c  Et sup(er)inde admissus est inde Tenens

                           Jn: Rudd, Deputat(us)


(in the margin)
Lynesack:
Handing-over: 2 pence

Memorandum that on the seventeenth day of April in the fifth year of the reign of our lord George, now King of Great Britain etc., came Thomas Parmerley, son and heir of William Parmerley, deceased, outside the court at the City of Durham, before John Rudd, esquire, deputy of Lancelot Hilton, gentleman steward; and he took from the lord one house and one rood of land adjoining Hestewell, which the aforesaid William, lately his father, held by right whilst he lived; to hold to him the same Thomas Parmerley and his heirs by right, according to the custom of the Court, by paying thenceforth each year on the usual dates the payments as previously accustomed, and by making a pledge to the lord and to those who live nearby etc.; upon which he was thenceforth admitted tenant.
                                         <signed> Jn: Rudd, Deputy

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Re: Halmote Court Books 1719
« Reply #15 on: Wednesday 06 March 19 17:29 GMT (UK) »
Scan 0056

(in the margin)
Dimiss(io) ijd

M(emoran)dum q(uo)d decimo octavo die Aprilis Anno regni D(omi)ni n(ost)ri

Georgij nunc magne Britanie &c Regis quinto ven(erunt) Eliza

Blackett & Cuthb(er)tus Johnson al(ia)s Blackett fil(ius) p(re)d(icte) Elize Extra

Cur(iam) apud Civitat(em) Dunelm(ensem) Coram Joh(an)ne Rudd Ar(migero) Deput(ato)

Lanceloti Hilton gen(erosi) Sen(escal)li  Et ceper(un)t de d(omi)no unam domu(m) &

unam Rodam terre adjungen(tes) sup(er) Hestewell In quibus

Thomas Parmerley inde h(ab)ens jus totu(m) jus stat(u)m tit(u)lum

clam(eum) Interesse & demand(a) sua sursu(m) reddidit & quiet(e)

clam(avit) in manus d(omi)ni ad opus & usum p(re)d(ictorum) Elize & Cuthb(er)ti

H(ab)endum eisdem Elize Blackett & Cuthb(er)to Johnson al(ia)s Blackett

& seque(lis) suis in jure s(e)c(un)dum Consuetud(inem) Curie redd(endo) inde p(er) Annu(m)

ad termi(n)os usua(les) ut prius redd(ere) soleb(a)t  Et fac(iendo) d(omi)no & vicin(is)

q(ue) incumb(un)t p(er) pleg(ium) &c  Et sup(er)inde admissi sunt inde Tenent(es)

The mark of
Thomas X Parmerley                  Jn: Rudd Deputat(us)



(in the margin)
Handing-over: 2 pence

Memorandum that on the eighteenth day of April in the fifth year of the reign of our lord George, now King of Great Britain etc., came Eliza Blackett and Cuthbert Johnson otherwise Blackett, son of the aforesaid Eliza, outside the court of the City of Durham, before John Rudd, esquire, deputy of Lancelot Hilton, gentleman steward; and they took from the lord one house and one rood of land adjoining Hestewell in which Thomas Parmerley was then holding all the right, status, title, claim, interest and demand, which he surrendered and quitclaimed into the hands of the lord for the use and behoof of the aforesaid Eliza and Cuthbert, to hold to the same Eliza Blackett and Cuthbert Johnson otherwise Blackett and their heirs by right, according to the custom of the court, by paying thenceforth each year on the usual dates the previously accustomed payments, and by making a pledge to the lord and to those who live nearby etc.; upon which they were thenceforth admitted tenants.
The mark of
Thomas X Parmerley               <signed> Jn: Rudd, Deputy

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ADDED - it could be Eliza or Elizabeth, as there may be a contraction mark there.

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Re: Halmote Court Books 1719
« Reply #16 on: Wednesday 06 March 19 18:58 GMT (UK) »
What a wonderful thrill to receive the translation.  I have to thank you all for your input and knowledge and help in this matter.  I will certainly share this with the family who will be most surprised and excited about it all!  It is truly wonderful.  I will spread the word about Rootschat.
Gail