c. 1563 - post 1618
Collingwood, of Little Ryle. (Reveley) Poss. this refers to him: http://www.northumberland-national-park.org.uk/VisitorGuide/TimesPast/ HistoricVillageAtlas/Alnham/TheDeedof1604.htm Evidence For Specific Landholdings : The Deed of 1604 Noverint universi per presentes nos Georgius Alder de Hobberlaw in Comitat Northumb- / gen[erosus] et Franciscum Alder filius et heredem apparentem Georgius Alder predicti teneris et firmater obligari Thomas / Collingwood de Lytle Ryle in dicto Comitat gen[erosus] Execut[or] Administrat et assignatis suis in quadragint libris / bone et leg[a]lis monete Angliae solven[dis] eidum Thomas Collingwoode heredibus Exeuntor administrat vel Assignatus / suis ad quamquid[em] solute[i]onem bene et fideliter faciend[am] obligamus nos et utr[um]q[ue] n[ostru]m per se per toto et in solid[um] heredes executors et administrators nos[tros] coniunctim et divisim firmiter per presentes sigillis n[ost]ris sigillat[as] dat[um] / ----------- die ---------- Ano R[eg]ni d[o]m[in]i Jacobi dei grat[ia] Anglie Franc[ie] et hib[er]nie Regis fidei defensoris / secundo et Scotiae thicesimo septimo 1604 [Know all men by (these) presents that we, George Alder of Hobberlaw in the County of Northumberland gentleman and Francis Alder son and heir apparent of George Alder aforesaid are held and firmly bound to Thomas Collingwood of Lytle Ryle in the said County gentleman his executors administrators and assigns in forty pounds of good and lawful money of England to be paid to the same Thomas Collingwoode [or to his] heirs executors administrators or assigns to making which payment indeed well and faithfully we bind ourselves and each of us by himself for the whole [sum] and [we bind] for the whole our heirs executors and administrators jointly and separately firmly by these presents sealed with our seals given ---------------- day ----------------- of the reign of our Lord James by the grace of God King of the English French and Irish defender of the faith the second and of the Scots the thirty seventh 1604] The condition of this obligation is such, That whereas the above bounden George and Francis Alder have Conditoned and / Covenented in wryteinge by Indentt bearinge the date hereof for them selves their heires and assignees to and with the / above named Thomas Collingwoode his heires executors administrators and assignes That they the said George and Francis / their heires or assignes or the survivors of them, his, or their heires shall uppon the expiration of a lease indented dated as aforesaid / remaineinge interchangeable in the handes of the said parties contineweinge for the tearme of twentie and one yeares / (wherein the said covenant is contayned) further assuer demise and to farme lett uppon the expirat[i]on of the said lease / now executed beareinge the date hereof as aforesaid, unto the above named Thomas Collingwood his heires execut[ors] / administrat[ors] or assignees, and other seconde lease for the lyke tearme of twentie and one yeares of certaine Landes and / tenem[en]ts viz A halfe a husbande lande in Alnham fortie acres of waste grounde lyeinge at Farneley and Coppeden / nighe to the said commons of Alnham as also certaine groundes called Todlaye Fields Todlaye leazes & Todlaye Walles / as more at large by the said writinges by indent interchangable remaininge in the handes of the said parties wyll and may / appeare If therefore the said George and Francis or eyther of them havinge lawfull power and authoritie their heires / or assignes or anie of them doe upon the expiration of the aforesaid lease or within two monthes next after the / expiration thereof, assuer convaye and further graunte unto the said Thomas Collingwood his heires executors / administrators or assignes as by his or their Learned Counsell in the Lawes at the costs and charges of the said / Thomas Collingwood his heires executors administrat[ors] or assignes shallbe demised advised or required a new / and second lease to continue and endure for the tearme of twentie and one yeares thence next to come, freed / and exonerated of and from all incumbrances what soever (the renttes, services and other duties in the aforesaid / Indentures reserved, and therein only and in no other sortte, to be reserved excepted) And under such conditones / covenantes and articles the said George and Francis and their heires are inioyned thereby for the quiett / peacable, and secure holdinge, and inioyeing of the premises as aforesaid as more and larger by the said indentures may and / wyll appeare, That the present obligation to be voyd frustrate[d] and of none effect in the Lawe / otherwise to remain in force strength and virtue . Signed George Alder Tertium signat sigillat et deliberatin presentia n[ost]ri subsequend[um] Daniel Galton John Collingwood Richard Alder Ro: Kerke [?] Francis Alder ------------------ Alnham DEED of bargain and sale of part of a tenement known as Halfhusbandland in the Town field of Alnham, with all houses, edifices, gardens, meadows, moors and the Common of pasture upon the Common of Alnham, containing 40 acres, 30 of which adjoin Bromeley, the other 10 at a place called Coppedeane and ground called Todd Law, Francis Alder of Hobberlawe, gent., to Thomas Collingwood of Little Ryell. Vellum, size 14" x 26", heavy wax seal on tag with imprint of deer, attractive calligraphic initial letter. Witnessed on verso, by 8 witnesses, with memorandum affirming peaceable possession and livery of seizin taken. 1609. --------------- NORTHUMBERLAND QUARTER SESSIONS Quarter Sessions Indictments 12 December 3 James I 1605 John Scott of Killam, yeoman at Reveley stole 11 sheep of v.c. worth 5s. each from Thomas Collingwood of Little Ryle. John Nixon of Reveley aided him. Rinion Rixon of Kellam, yeoman, and John Glendinging of Rosdon, yeoman, entertained him afterwards.