Sunday, 07 July 2019 15:36

The Parker Family of Kibworth Harcourt - Part 2

The transcripts of the documents are as accurate as possible although some words are indecipherable and those words are marked by a ▬. Photographs of the original abstract documents precede the transcript

parker part two 1

Abstracts of Mr Peach’s title to an estate in Kibworth Harcourt in the County of Leicester.

parker pt 2 page1parker pt 2 page2

 

20th Aug & 21st Aug 1674

parker pt 2 page2Indices of Lease and Release made between William Parker of Kibworth Harcourt the Elder Yeoman and William Parker the Younger the same only son and heir of the said William Parker the Elder of the one part and Henry Champante of Oakham in the County of Rutland, Gent, and Andrew Burton of Oakham aforesaid Gent of the other part. In consideration of a marriage there before had between the said Wm Parker the Younger and Alice his then wife the said Wm Parker the Elder and Wm Parker the Younger did grant and by the said indices of release unto the said Henry Champante and Andrew Burton and their heirs all that messuage or tenement within the appurtenances in Kibworth Harcourt aforesaid wherein the said Wm Parker the Younger did then inhabit and all that close or parcels of pasture ground inclosed called the Townsend Close in Kibworth Harcourt aforeowned then or late in the tenure of the said Wm Parker the Younger and also all the half yard land of arable land meadows pastures and common in Kibworth Harcourt there or late in the tenure of John Cane and also all that other messuage or tenement in Kibworth Harcourt then late in the tenure of Richard Hastings Gent and then of the said Wm Parker the Younger and also all that close homestead or back side to the said messuage adjoining and belonging and then in the occupation of Thomas Perkins and also all that other close or enclosed ground in Kibworth Harcourt and adjoining to the fields of Kibworth aforesaid and called the Fishpool Close then or late in the tenure of the said Thos Perkins and also all those three yard lands or arable land meadow and pasture ground in the fields of Kibworth Harcourt then late in the tenure of the said Richard Hastings and then of the said Wm Parker the Younger and also all those two closes of pasture or meadow ground in Kibworth Harcourt near unto Niertain Bridge called Burton Bridge then late in tenure of the said Richard Hastings and then of the said Wm Parker the Younger and also all those three cottages or tenements in Kibworth Harcourt then in the several tenures of John Grant Robert Grant and John West together with all houses to hold unto the said Henry Champante and Andrew Burton and their heirs in trust to the several uses therein mentioned (that is to say) As to the said messuage wherein the said Wm Parker the Younger then ▬ and all that close called the Townsend Close and all that half yard land in the tenure of the said John Cave go to the use of the said Wm Parker the Elder for life and after his decease to the use of Wm Parker the Younger for life and after the several deceases of the said Wm Parker the Elder Wm Parker the Younger and then to the use of the said Alice wife of the said Wm Parker the Younger for life and after her decease to the use of the heirs of the body of Wm Parker the Younger on the body of Alice and in default of such issues to the said Wm Parker the Younger in ▬ and as to the messages, tenement and homestead then late in the occupation of the said Richard Hastings and the close called Fish pool Close and all three yard land and two closes lying near Burton Bridge then late in the tenure of the said Richard Hastings and then of the said Wm Parker the Younger and three cottages or tenements to the use of the said Wm Parker the Younger for life and after his decease to the use of the said Alice his wife for her jointure and after her decease to the heirs of the body of William on the body of Alice and for the want of such issues to the said Wm Parker the younger in ▬. 

2nd February 1711

parker pt 2 page3Copy of indenture made between Geffrey Parker of Oakham, Gent of the one part and Wm Pottrrells of Oakham aforesaid Gent and George Blagne of the same grazier of the other part reciting that the said Geffrey Parker did in the initial term then last part acknowledge ▬ ▬ ▬ ▬ ▬ and unto the said Wm Potterrills and George Blagne and the heirs of the said Wm Potterrills and all that messuage or tenement in Kibworth Harcourt aforementioned then late in the tenures of Wm close called Townsend Close then late in the tenure of the said Wm Parker and then of John Ayres and all half yard of arable land meadow land pastures in the tenure of John Champante, Gent John Barratt and all that other messuage or tenement then converted into stables theretofore in the tenures of Richard Hastings, Gent, and then of the said John Lamplugh and all that close or homesteads to the same aforesaid then late in the tenure of Thomas Perkins and then in the said John Lamplugh and all the stables and all that other close called Fishpool Close then late in the tenure of the said Thomas Perkins and then of Randal Lea and all those yard lands theretofore in the tenure of the said Richard Hastings then of the said John Ayres and all those two closes lying near Burton Bridge theretofore in the tenure of the said Richard Hastings and then John Ayres and all those 3 cottages then in the tenure of the said Thomas Barrat, Willow Carter and George Smith together with all houses and by the name of 2 ▬ 3 cottages two gardens two orchards one hundred acres of land thirty acres of meadow 15 acres of pasture and common pasture for all cattle in Kibworth Harcourt. It is witnessed by this indenture that the said ▬ so conveyed and all other - to be conveyed of the said ▬ should endure to the use of the said Geffrey Parker and his heirs.

 

19th November 1714

Copy of the will of Geffrey Parker mentioned in the last deed whereby he devised all his late mansion or dwelling house and all other messuages cottages land tenements hereditaments in Kibworth Harcourt aforesaid unto his wife Rebecca Parker for life and after her decease to the heirs of his body and for wait of such unto and among his sisters Anna Judd, widow, Mary, the wife of John Lamplugh, Gent, Elizabeth the wife of John Carrence, clerk, Grace the wife of John Champante, Gent, and Alice Pulsford, widow, and to their heirs and assignees for ever to take as tenants in common not as joint tenants.

 

14th and 15th October 1726

parker pt 2 page4Indenture of lease and release between Grace Champante, Widow, and relict of John Champante, Gent, deceased of the one part and Henry Champante, Gent, of the other part for the consideration in the said indenture of release mentioned the said Grace Champante did hereby grant unto the said Henry Champante all one 4th part of that messuage in Kibworth Harcourt aforesaid then late in the tenure of John Champante then of Capt Carrance and all one 4th part of that half yard land then in the tenure of Jane Barratt then in the tenure of Jn Ayres and all one 4th of that other messuage then converted into stables then in the tenure of Capt Carrance and all that close or homestead thereto adjoining then in the tenure of the said Capt Carrance and of all those three yard lands then in the tenure of Capt Carrance and of all those three yard lands then in the tenure of the said Jn Ayres and of all those two closes lying near Burton Bridge then in the tenure of Jn Ayres and all those three cottages then in the tenure of Jas Barratt, Jn Ayres, Edward Perkins and all other land granted in Kibworth Harcourt aforesaid together with all houses to hold unto the said Henry Champante his heirs and assigns for ever

 

 

 

 

 

20th October 1726

parker pt 2 page4Indenture between Henry Champante, Gent, of the one part and John Cant of North Luffenham, Baker, of the other part. In consideration of £100 herein mentioned to be paid by the said John Cant to the said Henry Champante he did grant unto the said John Cant all that one 4th of all those messuage, closes, lands and tenements in Kibworth Harcourt mentioned in the last deed to hold to the said John Cant his heirs for 1000 years redeemable on payment of the sum of £100 and interest.

 

12th and 13th December 1726

Indenture of lease and release made between Henry Champante, Gent, of the one part and Grace Champante, Widow, of the other part the said Henry Champante in consideration of £200 did by the said indenture of release grant unto the said Grace Champante and her heirs all one 4th part of all that messuage and tenement closes and land and premises granted and conveyed by the said Grace Champante to the said Henry Champante his heirs by the deed of release of the 15th October 1726 to hold to the said Grace Chamante her heirs and assigns for ever

 

 

 

 

1st September 1736

parker pt 2 page5Indenture tripartite between Robert Alfonde of North Luffenham in the County of Rutland, Clerk, and Wm Butterworth of Gretton in the County of Northampton, Yeoman, joint administrator of the goods and chattels of John Cant late of North Luffenham, Baker, deceased of the 1st part Henry Champante, Gent, of the 2nd part and John Sheloocke of the 3rd part reciting the indenture of the 20th October 1726 and that the said Henry Champante did not pay the said John Cant the said sum of £100 according to the purport of the proviso therein contained and that therefore was then due unto the said Robert Alfonde and Wm Butterworth the sum of £149-14s. It is witnessed by this indenture that the said Robert Alfonde and Wm Butterworth for the consideration therein mentioned did assign transfer and setaside and the said Henry Champante did ratify and confirm unto the said John Shelcooke all and singular the aforesaid part share of ▬ the said Henry Champante in that the aforesaid several messuages and granted by the said indenture of mortgage unto the said John Cant to hold to the said John Shelcooke his executers from thenceforth for the remainder of the said term of 1000 years

 

20th and 25th May 1737

Indenture of lease and release made between Grace Campante, Widow, one of the daughters of Wm Parker late of Kibworth in the County of Leicester, Gent, deceased and one of the sisters of Geffrey Parker late of Kibworth, Gent, deceased of the one part and Thomas Peache of Market Harborough, Gent, of the other part for the considerations in the said indenture of release mentioned the said Grace Champante did hereby grant unto the said Thomas Peache and his heirs all that her indentured one 4th part share of all that messuage or tenement all closes, lands, premises granted and conveyed by her to the said Henry Champante by the deed of release of the 15th October 1726 to hold unto the said Thomas Peache his heirs and assigns for ever

13th July 1737

By endorsement on the back of the indenture of the 1st September 1736 reciting that the said Thomas Peache had purchased of Grace Champante, Widow, the freehold and inheritance of the premises therein comprised and that the same had been conveyed to the use of the said Thomas Peache and his heirs. It is witnessed by this endorsement the said John Sheloocke did assign unto John Harpin of Market Harborough aforesaid Gent all that the said John Shelcoocke’s said share of land in the messuages therein mentioned to hold unto the said John Harpin his heirs for the remainder of the said term of 1000 years in trust for the use and benefit of the said Thomas Peache his heirs and assigns

 

20th to 25th May 1737

parker pt 2 page6
Indenture of lease and release made between Mary Lamplugh of Market Harborough aforesaid widow and Alice Pulsford of Oakham aforesaid widow two of the daughters of the said Wm Parker, deceased, and sisters of the said Geffery Parker, deceased, of the one part and Thomas Peache, Gent, of the other part the said Mary Lamplugh and Alice Pulsford for the consideration mentioned in the said indices of release did hereby grant unto the said Thomas Peache and his heirs all those three undivided two fifths parts and shares of all that messuage or tenement and all those closes, lands and premises mentioned and comprised in the indices of release from the said Grace Champante to the said Thomas Peache to hold unto the said Thomas Peache his heirs and life for ever.

20th to 21st May 1737

parker pt 2 page6Indices of lease and release made between Joshua Judd of Market Harborough aforesaid, Apothecary, only son and heir of Anna Judd late of Market Harborough the aforesaid Widow deceased who when living was one of the five daughters of the said Wm Parker deceased and one of the five sisters devisee in the last will and testament of the said Geffery Parker deceased and Thomas Winpenny, Gent, and Rolana his wife lately Rolana Judd, spinster, the only daughter and other child of the said Anna Judd, deceased, of the one part and Thomas Peache, Gent, of the other part the said Joshua Judd Thomas Winpenny and Rolana, his wife for the consideration mentioned in the said indices of release did hereby grant unto the said Thomas Peache his heirs all that each and every of their indentured fifth of the part and share of all that messauage or tenement and all those closes, land premises mentioned and conveyed in the indices of release from the said Grace Champante to the said Thomas Peach to hold to the said Thomas Peach his heirs and life for ever.

20th and 21st June 1743

Indices of lease and release between Alice Conant of Sailsbury in the County of Wiltshire, spinster, daughter of Elizabeth Conant, widow, deceased and also executrix and devisee of the last will and testament of the said Elizabeth Conant, deceased, who when living was one of the daughters of the said Wm Parker, deceased, and of the sister of coheir of the said Geffery Parker, deceased, of the one part and Thomas Peache, Gent, of the other part the said Alice Conant for the consideration mentioned in the said indices of release did thereby grant unto the said Thomas Peache and his heirs all that indented 4th part and share of all that messuage or tenement and all those closes, lands and premises mentioned comprised in the indices of release from the said Grace Champanre to the said Thomas Peache his heirs for ever.

Following paragraph ineligible

I am opinion that the estate said above mentioned was well and effectively based by the ▬. I have not seen the deeds but from the state of them in this abstract. I am of opinion that the ▬ in the margin being clearly there is a good title appearing in Mr Peache to the estate this abstract there is no reason for a opine

G Halls

May 19th 1756

24, 25 Mar 1756 Lease and release of above ▬ from Mr Peache to John Bale ▬ in trust for Mrs Fisher and Mr Fisher cost 1500£

 

Additional Info

  • Acknowledgement: Clare and Steve Langan, Peter Burfoot - Leicester Museum
Go To Top