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Woodborough’s Heritage

Commemorating the centenary of the WWI armistice on 11th day of 11th month 1918

A montage of hand knitted poppies displayed on the railings to Governors’ Field

Woodborough’s Heritage

Woodborough, an ancient Sherwood Forest Village recorded in Domesday

And to the Prebendary of the said Prebend of Woodborough or his lessee.














And we do award and allot unto and for Edward Buck one piece or parcel of land in the Moor Field numbered In the said Map 33) containing three acres three roods and one perch bounded on or towards the north and part of the east by lands hereby awarded to John Taylor on or towards the remainder of the east by an ancient homestead and by lands hereby awarded to the Parish officers of Woodborough aforesaid on or towards the south by ancient homesteads and by lands hereby awarded to John Thorpe and Joseph Wyld respectively and on or towards the west by lands hereby awarded to the said John Thorpe and by a private carriage road. And that the fences for Inclosing the same allotment against the lands hereby awarded to the said John Taylor against the said private carriage road against the lands hereby awarded to the said John Thorpe from the northward corner of the said John Thorpe’s allotment to a close called New Row Close hereby awarded to the said John Thorpe shall be made and thereafter repaired by the said Edward Buck or the owner or occupier thereof for the time being.


Also one other piece or parcel of land in the Meadow (numbered in the said Map 124) containing six acres three roods and thirteen perches bounded on or towards the north by old inclosures and by lands hereby awarded to John Wyld and Elizabeth Bainbrigge on or towards part of the last by old inclosures and by lands hereby awarded to the said Elizabeth Bainbrigge on or towards the remainder of the east and on the south by lands hereby awarded to the Prebendary of the said Prebend of Oxton second part or his lessee in lieu of tythes and on or towards the west by the public carriage road leading from Woodborough to Epperstone and by old inclosures respectively, and that the fences for inclosing the same allotment against the said public carriage road against the lands hereby awarded to the said Elizabeth Bainbrigge on the north and against the lands hereby awarded to the Prebendary of the said Prebend of Oxton Second part on the east shall be made and thereafter repaired by the said Edward Buck or the owner or occupier thereof for the time being.


And also to the said Edward Buck all that close or parcel of inclosed land in Woodborough aforesaid heretofore the property of Samuel Thorpe called Willow Stile Close (numbered in the said Map 126) containing one acre and sixteen perches.


All which three parcels of open and inclosed land containing together eleven acres two roods and thirty perches are hereby awarded to the said Edward Buck in full satisfaction of all his lands and common right in and upon the lands and grounds intended by the said Act of Parliament to be inclosed. The tenure of which said three parcels of land awarded to the said Edward Buck is Copyhold held by Copy of Court Roll of the said Manor called Woodborough Copyhold Manor.


And we do award and allot unto and for William Cliff. One piece or parcel of land in the Hawley Field (numbered in the said Map 179) containing fifteen acres one rood and thirty four perches bounded on or towards the north west by the public carriage road leading from Woodborough to Lowdham on or towards the north east by lands hereby awarded to the Trustees for Elizabeth Sardison on or towards the south east by the Parish of Lowdham and on or towards the south west by lands hereby awarded to Samuel Thorpe. And that the fences for inclosing the same allotment against the said public carriage road and against the lands hereby awarded to the Trustees for the said Elizabeth Sardison shall be made and thereafter repaired by the said William Cliff or the owner or occupier thereof for the time being.


Also one other piece or parcel of land in the said Hawley Field (numbered in the said Map 173) containing twenty three perches bounded on or towards the north and east by old inclosures on or towards the south by the public carriage road leading from Woodborough to Lowdham and on or towards the west by lands hereby awarded to the said Samuel Thorpe. And that the fences for inclosing the same allotment against the said public carriage road and against the lands hereby awarded to said Samuel Thorpe shall be made and thereafter repaired by the said William Cliff or the owner or occupier thereof for the time being.





 







All which several parcels of open and inclosed land containing together forty eight acres one rood and twenty three perches are hereby awarded to the said Samuel Thorpe in full satisfaction of all his land and common right in and upon the lands and grounds intended by the said Act of Parliament to be inclosed.


And also in full compensation of the following closes or parcels of old inclosed land in Woodborough aforesaid heretofore belonging to the said Samuel Thorpe and by him given in exchange for other lands of equal value and are hereby awarded to the several persons following (that is to say):

 

 

 









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Enclosure of Woodborough 1795 - Page 4 of 7



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