Grappenhall



Thomas Syngleton holds from the said Peter in the township , a messuage, barn and yard, in old times called Le Halle Orchard with three fields containing eight acres of land enclosed with hedges and ditches and the said fields containing the eight acres of land are commonly known as Ravenshurste. These field lie in breadth between the messuage and the fields of Peter Legh held by Hugh Cartewright on the north and theaforesaid half of Grapenhall wood belonging to Peter Legh in the south. They extend in length from the land called Midilhurste lately of Ralph Clayton, as of the right of the wife of the same Ralph, on the east toward the said stream called Milne Damme and as far as part of the half wood belonging to Peter Legh on the west.

This messuage, barn and yard lie between the aforesaid half of the said Peter’s wood to the east of south and the aforesaid stream called Milne Damme on the north. They extend in length from the land of Thomas Radyche held by Nicholas Jankynson on the south of west as far as the road and stream called Lumme Lane and Lumme Brook roughly to the northeast.

43.4.2  He also holds one rood of land in the Grapenhall field lying together in breadth between the common ditch of Grapenhall dividing the domain of Grapenhall from the domain of Latchford on the south and the land of Thomas Radyche held by Roger Huchunson on the north. It extends in length from the land of Thomas Radyche held by Roger Huchunson on the east toward the domain of Lacheford held by Thomas Hall and the common ditch on the west.

These yield to the said Peter namely sixteen shillings and eight pence a year and for his annual service he gives seven pence.

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Legh of Lyme Survey introduction

43.4.1 Land at will County of Chester township of Gropenhall