1609 - 1648
South, Kt., of Kelstern.1st son and heir. Twin. http://mss.library.nottingham.ac.uk/cats/port_londonple_lincs.html Pl E9/2/4 29.1.1636 Bargain and sale of the manor and lordship of Cawkwell, Lincolnshire; 29 Jan. 1635/6 (1 membrane, parchment) First Party: Francis Guevara of Cawkewell, Esq., and Anne his wife; John Guevara of Cawkewell, gentleman, son and heir of Francis Guevara, and Frances his wife; Willoughby Guevara of Cawkewell, gentleman, second son of Francis Guevara. Second Party: John South of Kelsterne, Esq. Bargain and sale by (1) to (2) of the manor and lordship of Cawkewell and the advowson of the parish church. Consideration: £ 3,000. Deed dated 29 Jan. 1635. Feoffment at Pl E9/2/5. Pl E9/2/5 29.1.1636 Feoffment of the manor of Cawkwell, Lincolnshire; 29 Jan. 1635/6 (1 membrane, parchment) First Party: Francis Guevara of Cawkewell and Anna his wife; John Guevara, son of Francis Guevara, and Frances his wife; Willoughby Guevara, second son of Francis Guevara. Second Party: John South of Kelsterne, Esq. Feoffment by (1) to (2) of the manor of Cawkewell, Lincolnshire, and the advowson of the parish church; accompanies Pl E9/2/4. Pl E9/2/6 8.10.1636 4.1.1675 Copy settlement before the marriage of John South and Margarett Clifton, dated 8 Oct. 1636; 4 Jan. 1674/5 (16 ff, paper) First Party: John South of Kelsterne, Lincolnshire, Esq. (son and heir of Sir Francis South late of Kelsterne, knight, deceased). Second Party: Henry, Lord Clifford; Sir Gervas Clifton of Clifton, Nottinghamshire, knight and Baronet; Margarett Clifton, eldest daughter of Sir Gervas Clifton; Sir William Thorold of Marston, Lincolnshire, knight; Sir Christopher Wray of Barlings, Lincolnshire, knight; Sir Anthony Irbye of Boston, Lincolnshire, knight. Acknowledgment by (1) of £ 2,500 given as a marriage portion by Sir Gervase Clifton. Covenant by (1) with (2) to convey by fine at the Court of Common Pleas before the feast of All Saints next ensuing the lordships or manors of Kelsterne, Coates Grange, Cawkewell, Fotherby, Northormsby and Cockrington, and lands in Louth, South Elkington, Welton, Utterby, Binbrooke, South Saltfleetby, Granthorpe, Fulstoe and Wharpholme, all in Lincolnshire. The lordships or manors of Kelsterne and Coates Grange are to be held to the use of (1) for life, and thence to the heirs male successively of John South and Margarett Clifton, subject to an annuity of £ 200 for Margarett Clifton after the death of (1). The lordships or manors of Cawkewell and Fotherby and the other lands in the same places, and lands in Utterby and Binbrooke are to be held to the use of (1) for life, and thence to the use of Margarett Clifton for life for her jointure, and thence to the heirs and assigns of (1) for ever. The remainder of the lands are to be held to the use of (1) for life and thence to the trustees for 99 years upon special trusts for securing the lands and paying portions, and upon the determination of the trusts the lands are to be set over to the heirs male of (1) or of his father Sir Francis South. Examined 4 Jan. 1674/5. Pl E9/2/7 6.10.1637 Copy final concord concerning lands around Cawkwell, Lincolnshire; Michaelmas term 1637 (2 ff, paper) First party: Henry, Lord Clifford, Sir Gervase Clifford [recte Clifton], Baronet, Sir William Thorold, Sir Christopher Wray and Sir Anthony Irby (Plaintiffs). Second party: Sir John South (Deforciant). Copy final concord of the manors of Kelsterne, Cawkewell, Fotherby, Northormsby alias Nunormsby and Cockrington and lands in those places and in Coatesgrange, Utterby, Louth, Saltsleetby, Ganthorpe, Warpholme, Welton, Fulstoe, South Elkington and Binbrooke. Consideration: £ 2400. Document dated on the octave of St. Michael in the 13th year of the reign of King Charles.
Carey) ante 1616 - 1698
|8th Aug 1609||Baptised Kelstern, Lincs., England|
|8th Oct 1636||MARS/ROLE FIANCE|
|30th Oct 1648||Made a will (will)|