Deed of Gift, John Bunting of Mosborough, cooper (1710)

To all …. People to whom this prsent writing shall come I John Bunting of Mosbrough in the prsh of Eckington in ye County of Derby Cooper send Greeting in the Lord God everlasting Know ye that I the said John Bunting as well for and in Consideration of the mutual Love and affection that I do bear unto my son Joseph Bunting and unto my Daughter Sarah Bunting as also many other good Causes and Considerations moving me thereto have given granted and confirmed and by these prsents do fully and freely give grant and confirm unto my aforenamd Son Joseph Bunting and Daughter Sarah Bunting all and singular my Goods Chattels Cattle psonal Estate wtsoever Utensils Household Stuff Implements and all things wtsoever ye Same be to have hold Use Dispose of take and enjoy all my sd Goods Chattles Cattle personal Estate household stuff and Imprlmts and all other the premises aforesaid unto my said son Joseph Bunting and my sd daughter Sarah Bunting their Extors and Admstors and assigns from henceforth for ever without any manner of claims challenge or demand whatsoever for or by any person or persons whatsoever of all and every wch said Goods Chattels Cattle psonal Estate and Premises I the said John Bunting have and grant ye said Joseph Bunting my Son and ye said Sarah Bunting my daughter in full and peaceable possion by ye delivery of a little pewter dish, wch to ye saind Joseph Bunting and Sarah Bunting the day of ye date of these presents I have given and delivered in ye name of possion and taking of all and Singular ye Premises. I Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the sixth and twentieth day of Augt in ye eighth year of ye Reign of our Sovereign Lady Anne by ye grace of God over great Brittain France and Ireland Queen Defender of ye Faith ye Anno Domm 1710

Seald and Deliverd being written                                          John Bunting signed
Upon double Sixpenny Stampt paper
In ye psence of

Francis Cowley
Wm Richardson