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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

Also to the said John Taylor the following closes or parcels of old inclosed land in Woodborough aforesaid heretofore the property of Elizabeth Bainbrigge:

 


 




 

 

 


All which several allotments of open land and parcels or old inclosure containing together one hundred and seventy one acres and thirty seven perches are hereby awarded to the said John Taylor in full satisfaction of all his lands and common right in and across the lands and grounds Intended by the said Act of Parliament to be divided and inclosed.


And also in full compensation for the following closes or parcels of old inclosed land in Woodborough aforesaid heretofore the property of the said John Taylor 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) to Elizabeth Bainbrigge.






 



 

 














 

 

 


And we do hereby further award set forth and distinguish that the tenure by which the several old inclosures within the said Parish of Woodborough marked in the said map with the following numbers and belonging to the several proprietors hereinafter named is to be held and enjoyed as Copyhold by Copy of Court Roll of the said Manor called the Woodborough Copyhold Manor (that is to say):

 


And we do hereby further award distinguish and set forth that the tenures by which the several old inclosures within the said Parish of Woodborough marked in the said map with the following numbers and belonging to the several proprietors hereinafter named is to be held and enjoyed as Copyhold by Copy of Court Roll both of the said Manor of Oxton Nether Hall or first part and also of Court Roll of the said Manor of Oxton Over Hall or second part (that is to say):

 


And for the further better and with greater certainty setting forth and distinguishing the several tenures by which all the several estates within the said Parish of Woodborough both old inclosed and hereby allotted and awarded shall be held and enjoyed we have stated the particulars thereof at one view in a schedule hereunder written which is to be taken as part of this our Award IN WITNESS whereof we the said Jonas Bettison and John Bailey (the said surviving commissioners appointed by the said Act of Parliament) have hereunto set our Hands and Seals.


And to testify our respective consents (in pursuance of the said Act) to the several exchanges of lands tenements and hereditaments in these presents mentioned and set forth. We the Chapter of the said Collegiate Church of Southwell have hereunto caused our Common Seal to be affixed.


And we the said Henry Howson, William Becher, Philip Story (to whom the said Estates and premises of the said Elizabeth Bainbrigge deceased have lately descended and come), John Taylor, Samuel Thorpe, William Cliff, William Denman, Thomas Donnally, John Harvey, Henry Hollins, Samuel Mitchell, John Lees, William Raynor, Charles Twells, William Thompson, Gervas Thorp, John Thorpe, Joseph Wylde and John Glover have hereunto set our respective Hands the twenty fourth day of February in the thirty eighth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third by the Grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland, King Defender of the Faith and so forth and in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and Ninety eight.


THE SCHEDULE mentioned and referred to in and by the foregoing award.


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