This is a transcript of document ZBA 11/8/55 in NYCRO, transcribed and translated by Ian Hancock. The original document is in latin. The entries are all in a standard, conventional form. The first entry is given in full; subsequent ones are summaries, but contain all the information of the original. The document is more or less contemporaneous with the 1602 survey of the Lordship of Middleham property in Crakehall, which can be seen HERE.
William Jackson - lease of one house, another building and a garth containing 1 rood of land; 5 acres and 3 roods of meadow in the Westinges; the Mireflatt containing 2 acres of meadow; a close called the Hagg containing 3 acres; 52 acres of arable in 3 fields in Crakall and 10 beastgates in the Oxpasture; the same in late in the tenure of John Lilleford, paying at Michaelmas and Ladyday in equal parts £4 per annum.
George Symondson - 1 house, 2a meadow in Westings, 2a pasture in Tadowhills, Lineacre meadow 1a in Mireflatt, 27a arable, 6bg in Oxpasture; late in occupation of Ralph Symondson. 43s 8d
John Collinson - 1 house, garth (1r), 6a meadow in Westings, 3a meadow in Mireflatt, 31a arable, 9bg in Oxpasture; late in occupation of John Wickeliffe, gent. 61s 8d
Adam Clapham - 1 house, 2a meadow in Smaleings, 11a arable land; late in occupation of William Featherstonhaughe. 13s 10d
Raphe Peacock - 1 house, 5a meadow in Crakall Ings, 24a arable, 6bg in Oxpasture; late in occupation of Robert Mason. 39s 8d
William Jackson - 1 house, 2a meadow, 6a arable; late in occupation of Hugh Jackson. 10s 4d
Thomas Jackson - 1 house, 4a meadow in Westings, 27a arable, 6bg in Oxpasture; late in occupation of Henry Mason. 44s 4d
William Mason - 1 house, 1a meadow in Maremon Sike, 11/2 arable; late in occupation of John Smith. 20d
James Johnson - the forge; late in occupation of Thomas Symondson. 3s 1d
Adam Clapham - a cottage with 1r; late in occupation of John Clapham
James Johnson - a cottage with half an acre; late in occupation of Thomas Symondson. 3s 4d
Dorothy Harrison - a cottage with half a rood; late in occupation of John Burton. 6d
William Jackson junior - a cottage with half a rood; late in occupation of John Mason. 8d