Lease – James Radcliffe to John Errington – 29 Jun 1710

Document Type: Lease
Date: 29 Jun 1710
Correspondent: James Radcliffe
Recipient: John Errington
Archive Source: PSAN Misc Vols
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Lease dated 29 June, 1710, from the Right Honourable James, earl of Darwentwater, viscount Radclyffe and Langley, and baron of Tyndale, to his uncle, the Honourable Thomas Radclyffe and John Errington, esquire, of Beaufront, of lead mines, &c,, in the manor of Aldstone, in the county of Cumberland.
Lease PSAN 3 Vol 5 1910 pp19, notice was taken of a deed owned by the Rev. W. Greenwell, D.C.L., F.S.A., etc. (per Mr. C. H. Blair):

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