messuage


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messuage

A dwelling with all attached and adjoining buildings and curtilage together with adjacent lands used by the household.
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Ethelburga parish, purchased of Matthew Piggott, and was leasing a messuage called the Jackanapes in St.
The singular "meassuage" is strange, since the will refers above to "meassuages," and these were undoubtedly the several messuages included in the HR transactions examined later in this essay.
With "falshode and cosseninge" Brayne meant "to gayne vnto him selfe and his heires the Inherritavnce of the saide messuage and land.
This included "two messuages (a home, its outbuildings and connected land) or dwelling houses built by William Mead.
In 1781, the 1st Marquess purchased the lease of the adjoining house and 'laid the said two Messuages together'.
Bygmester Finnegan, of the Stuttering Hand, freemen's maurer, lived in the broadest way immarginable in his rush-lit toofarback for messuages before joshuan judges had given us numbers or Helviticus committed deuteronomy.
I doe give and bequeath all my messuages, landes, tenementes and hereditamentes whatsoever together with all my juells, plate, money, gould, silver, leases and all the rest and residue of my goodes, cattells, chattells, implementes of howshould and howshould stuffe.
John Colleshull, John Goldsmyth, and William atte Slowe were allowed to assign to the proposed Gild eighteen messuages, three tofts (houses), six acres of land and 40 shillings of rents, in Birmingham and Edgbaston.