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John 
Herring
+ post 1734


John 
Herring
, Alderman of Newark. Nottingham University: Ne D 3578 19.9.171928.2.1784 Attested copy of a lease [wanting] and release to lead uses of a fine from Elizabeth Twentyman and others to John Herring of the Saracen's Head in Market Place, Newark, Nottinghamshire; 19 Sep. 1719 [copy dated 28 Feb. 1784] First Party: Elizabeth Twentyman, widow of Newark upon Trent, Nottinghamshire; William Twentyman, clerk of Staunton St Quintin [Stanton St Quintin], Wiltshire and Jane his wife; John Twentyman, mercer of Newark upon Trent also. Second Party: John Clay, gentleman of Kelham, Nottinghamshire and Dorothy his wife. Third Party: John Herring, alderman of Newark upon Trent, Nottinghamshire. Lease [wanting] and release [Ne D 3578] from (1) and (2) to (3) of a capital messuage in Pavement or Market Street, Newark and commonly called the Saracen's Head Inn in the several tenures of (3), John Twentyman, Mary Dodsworth, Thomas Hudson, Mark Barnefather and Edward Wilson; also part of a close of pasture or enclosed ground in Newark called Dovecoat [Dovecote] Close containing by estimation 4 acres and in the tenure of (3); includes covenant that (1) and (2) will levy a fine of the property before the end of Hilary term next ensuing, and that the property will inure to (3). Consideration: £850. Examined with the original by George Hutton and William Brown on 28 Feb. 1784. 8 ff (paginated; includes cover sheet) Top of page Ne D 3579 13.2.172028.2.1784 Attested copy of the assignment from John Clay to John Twentyman of the residue of two terms of 500 years on various property in Newark, Nottinghamshire; 13 Feb. 1720 [copy dated 28 Feb. 1784] First Party: John Clay, gentleman of Kelham, Nottinghamshire. Second Party: John Herring, alderman of the Borough of Newark upon Trent, Nottinghamshire. Third Party: John Twentyman the elder, mercer of Newark upon Trent, Nottinghamshire. In consideration of the sum of £260 paid to (1) by (2), assignment from (1) to (3) of the unexpired residue of two terms of 500 years on mortgages recited at (a) and (b) below in trust for (2) to attend the inheritance; notes that the property in Appleton Gate is to be held in trust for John Twentyman the younger. Recitals: (a) details of a mortgage by demise dated 1 Aug. 1712 [wanting], the mortgaged property comprising part of the Saracen's Head Inn and a close of land; (b) details of a mortgage by demise dated 26 Mar. 1719 [wanting], the mortgaged property comprising all those messuages, shops and buildings from the east side of the Saracen's Head in Market Place to the pump in the yard of the inn, and also (3)'s interest in the reversion of a messuage in Appleton Gate after the death of Elizabeth Twentyman. Dated 13 Feb. 6 George [I], 1719. Examined with the original by George Hutton and William Brown on 28 Feb. 1784. 5 ff (paginated; includes cover sheet) Top of page

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Herring

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1.
John 
Herring
(
Twentyman
) + post 1734

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1. Rolleston, Notts., , England 2nd Jan 1699
Martha 
Twentyman
(
Herring
) + post 1734

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a.
Martha 
Twentyman
(
Herring
) + post 1734
1.
John 
Herring
(
Wallis
) + post 1742
1a.
Arabella 
Wallis
(
Herring
) 1705 - post 1767
1.1.
William 
Herring
(
?
)
1.2.
Arabella 
Herring
(
Ridghill
) 1741 - post 1810
1.3.
Edward 
Herring
+ post 1763
2.
Richard 
Herring
(
?
) + post 1772
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???Born
2nd Jan 1699Married
Martha 
Twentyman
(
Herring
) + post 1734
Rolleston, Notts., England
1733Made a will (will)
post May 1735Died
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