|~~ Your FamilyChest Document ~~|
|Date:||14 May 1805|
|Poor. The document has been badly folded and has some discolouration possibly due to damp. The document is complete and remains legible throughout.|
|Parchment : 1 sheet 62cm x 81cm with one wax seal and duty stamps.|
|Summary of contents:|
Richard Naylor of Sutton in Holderness, Yorkshire. Miller.
Richard Brocklesby of South Killingholme, Lincolnshire. Farmer.
William Naylor of Immingham, Lincolnshire. Miller (deceased - will written 1793).
We are told that William Naylor of Immingham (in his will of 1793) left property to his son, William Naylor. William Naylor (the son) has also died leaving the same property to his brother Richard Naylor by his will of 1801. Richard Naylor is now selling the property to Richard Brocklesby for £140.
The property consists of:
1. 2 acres of meadow in the Lordship of South Killinholme, Lincolnshire.
2. 2 acres of arable land in the West Field of South Killingholme.