Author Topic: Latin - admittance (?) Andreas Grame  (Read 221 times)

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Latin - admittance (?) Andreas Grame
« on: Saturday 28 March 20 17:02 GMT (UK) »
And here's another document for translation, if possible, please - also posted in two pieces to cut it down to size.
Many thanks.

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Re: Latin - admittance (?) Andreas Grame
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 28 March 20 17:03 GMT (UK) »
... and here's the bottom half.

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Re: Latin - admittance (?) Andreas Grame
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 28 March 20 18:44 GMT (UK) »
Manor of Wetheral
Be it remembered that on the twenty third day of January in the seventh year of the reign of our lord Charles by the grace of God King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith etc. [23 January 1631/32], came Andrew Grame, son of William Grame of Wetheral aforesaid, before the Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Carlisle, and from the surrender of Thomas Richardson of Wetheral aforesaid he took from the said Dean and Chapter three parcels of ploughland and pasturage, lying and being within Le Lowfeilds in that same place, called Le Inner Howe, Le Halfe Acers and Le Fishpool Gapp, and Le Mooredaile called Le Slacke de Le More in the same place, for an annual rent of two shillings; to have and to hold all and singular the aforesaid separate parcels of ploughland and pasturage and Le Moredaile, with all and singular their appurtenances, to the aforesaid Andrew Grame, his heirs and assigns for ever, according to the custom of the aforesaid manor, paying thenceforth each year to the said Dean and Chapter and their successors the aforesaid rent of two shillings at the customary feast; and the aforesaid Andrew Grame paid to the said Dean and Chapter for his entry fine 10 shillings, through the warranty of John Fletcher, one of the prebendaries of the aforesaid church, being the General Receiver of the aforesaid church in this year at the aforesaid date; and he did fealty and thus was thenceforth admitted Tenant.
Copy checked against the original by me, Laurence Mydleton, Deputy of Thomas Lamplughe, knight, Steward of the Court in that same place.


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Re: Latin - admittance (?) Andreas Grame
« Reply #3 on: Saturday 28 March 20 18:47 GMT (UK) »
Wow !! that was quick, Bookbox.
THANK YOU !!!

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Re: Latin - admittance (?) Andreas Grame
« Reply #4 on: Saturday 28 March 20 18:52 GMT (UK) »
Sorry, I think it's Le Slacke de Le More (now corrected above).

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Re: Latin - admittance (?) Andreas Grame
« Reply #5 on: Saturday 28 March 20 20:36 GMT (UK) »
This is so serendipitous, Bookbox !! I've just found this document's "mate"  - the bond between Thomas Richardson and Andrew Grame in Oct 1631
I posted it on RootsChat last September and goldie61 translated it.

So it looks like you were right the first time with "Backe" - and the bond was Oct 1631, so the admittance '32.

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Re: Latin - admittance (?) Andreas Grame
« Reply #6 on: Sunday 29 March 20 04:14 BST (UK) »
So it looks like you were right the first time with "Backe" - and the bond was Oct 1631, so the admittance '32.

I am very late to this party (the dishes are already in the sink), but for whatever it's worth:  looking at Septimo & Solidorum I think Bookbox is right with Slacke.

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Re: Latin - admittance (?) Andreas Grame
« Reply #7 on: Sunday 29 March 20 12:33 BST (UK) »
OK, thanks, horselydown86 - Slacke it is.