Letters – John Mowbray – 9 Jun 1719

Document Type: Letters
Date: 9 Jun 1719
Correspondent: John Mowbray
Archive Source: NRO 324/W3/18/1
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I do not find that I was concerned in levying any fine of Eldon Lands from Mr Kennt to Mr Stevenson but only of Hunwick & Coxoe, if there was a fine to him of Eldon Lands pray when & by whom was it levyed for wee have sought two years and cannot find such a one upon looking into our Copyhold Booke I find Sr Wm Blacketts fines are in two Severall Townships (vizt) Stanhope & Wolsingham wch will occasion you the charge of two deputacons if you rsolve to have the piece of ground at Wolsingham, wee are all well here god be thanked except peggy who will be wth you the latter end of the week. She has got a little Cole at pre.sent with like Mrs Alice but I hope it will soon go off again wch wth duely & services as usuall concludes in Sr yr humble Servt

	Jno Mowbray

9 Junii 1719

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