This Indenture made the Thirteth daye of Maye Anno Domini 1610 And in the Eighte yeare of the Raigne of our Soveraigne Lord Iames by the grace of God King of England ffraunce and Ireland defendor of the faith &c And in the Three and ffortith of his Raigne of Scotland, Betwene Daniell Gill thelder of the Isle of Man yeoman, and William Gill sonne and heire apparent of the saide Daniell and Edmund Gill seacond sonne of the same Daniell and William Clarke of the parishe of Iurbie within the Isle aforesaide yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, one of the Daughters and Coheires of Daniell Gill the younger late of the Isle of Man aforesaide Clerke deceased, and the late naturall brother of the saide William and Edmund, and Phillipp Moore of the parishe of Kirke Lonan within the Isle of Man aforesaide yeoman, and Katheryn his wife one other of the daughters and Coheires of the saide Daniell Gill the younger, Donald Qualtrough of the parishe of Kirke Lonan aforesaide yeoman and Margarett his wife one other of the daughters and Coheires of the saide Daniell Gill the younger, and Hugh Cannell Clarke Vicar, of the the parishe Churche of Kirke Michaell within the saide Isle of Man and Iane his wife, one other of the daughters and Coheires of the saide Daniell Gill the younger on thone partie, And Edward Alleyn of the parishe of St Saviours in Southwarke in the Countie of Surrey Esquire on thother partie witnessethe// That the saide Daniell Gill thelder, William Gill, Edmund Gill, William Clarke and Elizabeth his wife, Phillipp Moore and Katheryn his wife, Donald Qualtrough Margarett his wife, and Hugh Cannell and Iane his wife, ffor and in Consideracon of the some of Three hundreth and ffortye powndes (blank) of lawfull money of England to them in hande payed att and before thensealinge hereof, by the saide Edward Alleyn whereof and wherewith they acknowledge and confesse themselves fully satisfied and paied, And thereof and of everie parte and parcell thereof doe clerlie acquite and dischardge the saide Edward Alleyn his heires executors and assignes and everie of them for ever by theis presentes, have given graunted bargained solde alyened enfeoffed and confimed, And by theis presentes doe fullie clerelie and absolutlie give graunte bargaine sell alyen enfeoffe and confirme vnto the said Edward Alleyn his heires and assignes for ever, All those their Twelve Tenementes be they more or lesse and all that their Playhouse comonlie called or knowen by the name of the ffortune or by what other name it be knowen or called with their and euery of their severall appertenaunces, scittuate and beinge in the parishe of St Giles without Creplegate London and in the Countie of Middlesex or in either of them nowe or later beinge in the severall tenures or occupacions of the saide Edward Alleyn, Iohn Bowman Silikeweaver, Thomas Clement Smith, William Garrett Copersmith, William Broxon Blackesmith. William Hudson Victualler, Henry Smith Cooke, Roger Iveson Clothworker, Henry ffoyce Cittizen and Salter of London, Roger Barfeild Gentleman, William Course Gentleman, Nicholas Bennett Porter, and Edmund Williams Packthred maker or their or some of their assignee or assignes, And alsoe all and singuler shopps Cellers sollers Chambers roomes yardes gardens backesides voyde groundes lightes easiamentes wells watercourses pathes wayes passages entries out gates proffittes Comodities hereditamentes and appurtenaunces whatsoever to the saide Twelve Tenementes and Playhouse and other the premisses or anye of them belonging or in any wise apperteyninge, or nowe or att anye tyme heretofore accepted reputed taken knowen demised leased vsed occupied enioyed or estemed as parte parcell or member of the same or of anye of them, Sixe of which saide Twelue Tenementes are scittuat and beinge on the East side of Goldinge Lane in the parishe and Countie aforesaide, and thother Sixe of the saide Twelue Tenementes are scittuat and beinge on the west side of white Crosse streete in the parishe and Countie aforesaide, All which saide Tenementes Playhouse and other the premisses abutt vpon white Crosse streete aforesaide on the East parte and vpon goldinge Lane aforesaide and the landes and Tenementes nowe or late of Thomas Langham ffishemounger nowe or late in the severall tenures of Garrett Arnolde and Richard Dodd on the west and North, that is to saye, parte on the west, and parte on the North, and vpon the landes and groundes nowe or late called the Rose and Crowne, nowe or late in the tenure or occuapcion of Iohn Hiller Goldsmith towardes the North, and the landes and Tenementes nowe or late of Richard Roper Baker, and Godfrey Isburd Haberdasher, and a peece of grounde apperteyninge to the Chamber of London towardes the south And the saide Daniell Gill thelder William Gill Edmund Gill William Clarke and Elizabeth his wife Phillipp Moore and Katheryne his wife Donald Qualtrough and Margarett his wife and Hugh Cannell and Iane his wife ffor the Considerations aforesaide, have gyven graunted bargayned solde alyened enfeoffed and confimed And by theis presentes doe fullie clerelie and absolutlie give graunte bargaine sell alien enfeoffe and confirme vnto the saide Edward Alleyn his heires and assignes for ever All other their landes Tenementes Gardens, yardes and hereditamentes whatseoeuer with their appurtenaunces in the saide parishe of St Giles and Countie of Middlesex or in either of them other then those fower Messuages or Tenementes nowe or late beinge in the severall tenures or occupacions of Thomas Wood Iohn Meredith William Boyte and Barnaby Lowe By William Gill late of the parishe of Sainct Giles without Creplegate aforesaide Gardener deceased in and by his last will and testament to one Richard yaton given and bequeathed Together with the revercion and revercions of all and singuler the premisses hereby bargayned and solde And alsoe all the state right title interest vse benefitt possession remaynder Clayme and demaund whatsoeuer of them the the saide Daniell Gill thelder William Gill Edmund Gill William Clarke and Elizabeth his wife Phillipp Moore and Katheryn his wife Donald Qualtrough and Margarett his wife and Hugh Cannell and Iane his wife or of anye or either of them of in and to the premisses hereby bargayned and solde or mencioned ment or intended to be bargayned and solde and of in and to every or anye parte therof, Together with all and singuler the deedes evidences writinges Charters terrours fynes exemplificacons counterparte of Leases escriptes and Mynymentes touchinge or conceninge the premisses or anye parte or parcell thereof To haue holde occupie and enioye all the saide Tenementes Playhouse yardes gardens backesides wayes passages and all other the premisses with Thappurtenaunces before and in theis presentes mencioned ment or intented to be hereby bargayned and solde and everie parte thereof vnto the the said Edward Alleyn his heires and assignes for ever, To thonelie proper vse and behoof of the saide Edward Alleyn and of his heires and assignes for ever, absolutelie without anye manner of Condicion or incombraunce and without lymittacion of anye other vse or vses, And the saide Daniell Gill thelder William Gill Edmund Gill William Clarke Phillipp Moore Donald Qualtrough and Hugh Cannell for them and the saide Elizabeth Katheryn Margarett and Iane their wyves and for everie of them their and everie of their heires executors and administrators doe Covenaunte promise and graunte, To and with the saide Edward Alleyn his heires and assignes and to and with everie of them by theis presentes, in manner and forme followinge, that is to saie That they the the saide Daniell Gill thelder William Gill Edmund Gill William Clarke and Elizabeth his wife Phillipp Moore and Katheryn his wife Donald Qualtrough and Margarett his wife and Hugh Cannell and Iane his wife nowe are or some or one of them is verie true lawfull and rightfull Owner or Owners in fee simple of all and singuler the saide Tenementes Playhouse yardes gardens backesides wayes and of all singuler other the before mencioned premisses with their appurtenaunces and of everie parte and parcell therof And that they the saide Daniell Gill thelder William Gill Edmund Gill William Clarke and Elizabeth his wife Phillipp Moore and Katheryn his wife Donald Qualtrough and Margarett his wife and Hugh Cannell and Iane his wife nowe are, or some or one of them is thereof lawfullie seyzed of a good sure perfect lawfull righte full and indefesible estate of inheritanunce in fee simple absolutlie without anye Condicion or other lymittacion reuercion or remaunder in anye other person or persons And the saide Daniell Gill thelder, William, Edmund, William, Elizabeth, Phillipp, Katheryn, Donald, Margarett and Hugh and Iane nowe have or some or one of them nowe hath full power good righte iust and true title strengtht and lawfull authoritie in fee simple to gyve graunte bargaine sell alyen enfeoffe and confirme, all the saide Twelve Tenementes Playhouse yardes gardens backesides and all other the premisses above mencioned and everie parte and parcell thereof vnto the said Edward Alleyn his heires and assignes forever in manner and forme aforesaide and accordinge to the true meaning of theis presentes, And that all and singuler the saide Tenementes Playhouse yardes gardens backesides and all other the premisses with their appurtenaunces herein or hereby mencioned ment or intended to be bargayned and solde and everie parte and parcell thereof nowe are and be and soe from henceforth and att all times foever hereafter shall Continue remayne and be vnto the saide Edward Alleyn his heires and assignes free clere and clerlie dischardged or by the saide Daniell Gill thelder William Gill Edmund Gill William Clarke and Elizabeth his wife Phillipp Moore and Katheryn his wife Donald Qualtrough and Margarett his wife and Hugh Cannell and Iane his wife their heires executors or administrators shalbe sufficientlie saved and kepte harmeles, Of and from all and all manner of former and other bargaines sales guiftes grauntes Leases Recognizaunces bondes yssues fynes amerciamentes vses wills entayles dowers thirdes mortgages estates conveyanunces Iudgementes execucions extentes Annuyties Rente Chardge Rent secke, And all other titles troubles Chardges and Incombrances whatsoeuer hadd made comitted caused procured donne suffered or knowledged or att anye time or times hereafter to be had made comitted caused donne suffered or knowledged by the saide Daniell Gill thelder William Gill Edmund Gill William Clarke and Elizabeth his wife Phillipp Moore and Katheryn his wife Donald Qualtrough and Margarett his wife and Hugh Cannell and Iane his wife or anye of them or by their or anye of their heires or assignes or by one William Gill of the parishe of Sainct Giles Creplegate without Creplegate aforesaide Gardener nowe deceased, Or by anye other person or persons The Rent and services from henceforth to become due to the Cheif Lord or Lordes of the fee or ffees of the premisses for or in respecte of his or their seignorie or seignories excepte and foreprised, And alsoe excepte of suche personne or personnes as shall clayme by vertue of one Lease bearinge date the Eleaventh daye of Iulie, in the sixe and and Twentith yeare of the Raigne our late soveraigne Ladye Queene Elizabeth made of the saide premissses by the saide Daniell Gill thelder vnto one Patrick Brewe Cittizen and Goldsmith of London ffor the terme of ffortie and one yeares from the ffeast daye of Sainct Michaell the Archaungell next ensuinge the date of the saide Lease, Wherevpon the yearlie Rent of Twelue Poundes is reserved and shall continue duringe the said terme. And alsoe excepte of such person or persons as shall clayme by vertue of one other Lease bearinge date the last daye of Iune. Anno Domini 1601 And in the Three and ffortith yeare of the raigne of our saide late soveraigne Ladye Queene Elizabeth made of the saide premisses by the saide Daniell Gill thelder, William Gill and Edmund Gill vnto Iohn Garrett Cittizen and Clothworker of London ffor the terme of Twentie and One yeares ymediately from and after thend expiracion forfeyture surrender or other determinacion of the saide firste mencioned Lease bearinge date the Eleaventh daye of Iulie aforesaid wherevpon the yearlie rent of Twelue Poundes is reserved duringe the said terme, And which said twoe severall yearlie Rentes of Twelue Poundes and Twelue Poundes shalbe and continue due and payeable vnto the said Edward Alleyn his heires and assignes during all the residue of the saide twoe severall termes of ffortie and One yeares and Twentie and One yeares nowe to come and vnexpired And further that he the said Edward Alleyn his heires and assignes shall and lawfullie maie peaceablie and quietlie from henceforth forever have holde vse occupie possesse and enioye all the saide Tenementes Playhouse yardes Gardens backesides wayes passages and all and singuler other the premisses with their appurtenaunces by theis presentes bargained and solde or mencioned ment or intended to be hereby bargained and solde and everie parte and parcell thereof, And the rentes yssues proffittes and revenewes thereof from henceforth comynge shall or maie receive take and enioye to his and their owne proper vse and behoof for ever without any lett trouble expulcion disturbance Clayme eviccion or interrupcion of the said Daniell Gill thelder William Gill Edmund Gill William Clarke and Elizabeth his wife Phillipp Moore and Katheryn his wife Donald Qualtrough and Margarett his wife and Hugh Cannell and Iane his wife or anye of them or anye of their heires or assignees or anye of them or of anye other person or persons whatsoeuer other then of suche person or persons sonelie as shall Clayme to holde the premisses by vertue of the said twoe severall Leases before excepted And the saide Danyell Gill thelder William Gill Edmund Gill William Clarke Phillipp Moore Donald Qualtrough and Hugh Cannell for them and the saide Elizabeth Katheryn Margarett and Iane their wyves and for everie of them their and everie of their heires executors and administrators and for everie of them doe further Covenante promise and graunte, To and with the saide Edward Alleyn his heires and assignes and to and with everie of them by theis presentes, That they the saide Daniell Gill thelder and Katheryn his wife William Gill and Isabel his wife Edmund Gill and Katheryn his wife William Clarke and Elizabeth his wife Phillipp Moore and Katheryn his wife Donald Qualtrough and Margarett his wife and Hugh Cannell and Iane his wife and their heires and all and everie other persone and personnes whatsoever and their heires anye righte title or interest vse possession revercion remaunder or demaund havinge clayminge or pretendinge to have to of or in the said twelue Tenementes Playhouse yardes gardens backsides and all other the aboue mencioned premisses with Thappurtenaunces or of or in or to anye parte or parcell thereof Other then the Chief Lord or Lordes of the fee or fees thereof and suche onelie as shall clayme to holde the saide premisses by vertue of the said twoe severall Leases above excepted att all and everie tyme and tymes hereafter when and as often as he or they or anye of them shall therevnto required shall cause knowledge execute procure and suffer to be donne knowledged and executed all and everie suche further lawfull arte and artes thinge and thinges devise and devises conveyaunce and assuraunce assueraunce suertie suer makinge and conveyinge of all and singular the saide Tenementes Playhouse yardes gardens and all other the premisses above mencioned to be bargained and solde with Thappurtenaunces to be had made assured and conveyed to the said Edward Alleyn his heires and assignes to the sole and onelie vse and behoof of him the said Edward Alleyn his heires and assignes absolutely for ever Be it by deed or deedes inrolled or not inrolled with thinrollement of theis presentes fyne or fynes ffeoffament recovery or recoveries release confirmacion or otherwise with warrantie against all men or without warrantie All which assuraunce soe to be had and made shalbe at thonlie coste and Chardges in Lawe of the said Edward Alleyn his heires or assignes They the said Daniel Gill thelder and Katheryn his wife William Gill and Isabel his wife Edmund Gill and Katheryn his wife William Clarke and Elizabeth his wife Phillipp Moore and Katheryn his wife Donlad Qualtrough and Margarett his wife and hugh Cannell and Iane his wife not to be compelled to travell further for the makinge of the same further assurance or assuraunces then the saide Isle of Man And yt is further Covenaunted graunted concluded and agreed betwene all the said parties to theis presentes for them their heires and assignes That all and everie the same Arte and Artes devise and devises conveyaunces and assuraunces hereafter by vertue of theis presentes to be had made donne excuted and knowledged for and concerninge the better assuringe and conveyinge of the said bargayned premisses and all and everie ffyne and ffynes Recoverie and Recoveries there vpon or concerninge the said bargained premisses to be levied had knowledged passed or suffered by what name or names soever shalbe to thonelie sole and proper vse and behoof of the saide Edward Alleyn and of his heires and assignes for ever and to none other vse intent and purpose In witnes whereof the parties first above named to theis present Indentures interchaungeablie have sett their handes and seales yeoven the daye and yeare first above written/

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