The Gregory Front proved much more fruitful:-
Bought Bothams house in 1773, died before 1801
Oldest son called Abramham
Bothams House in Well St. Elton garden,Stable and Swinecote, Banksite,Croft and Foxlow.
Owned land at the North side of the old smokehouse. This land previously belonged to Mr Barnatt.
William Gregory owns land Tennented by Joseph Gregory at a rate of £1.04s per year.
Joseph seems to own his own land too – pays 3+11 Tax.
William Gregory – Fined-5 shillings for using a cart without the owners name on it.
(That would make me soooomad)
but written in 1822.
Regarding the allocation of enclosures.
Joseph-101,102, seems to have bought or earned the right to 1/8th the tithes of Elton
To Joseph-heir of Charles Gregory
8 acres, 2 roods and 21 perches
Mrs Burnett also researched some of the Gregorys from Baslow. Amongst her notes was details that::-
in the will of Robert Gregory, The Elder.
Humphrey owed 7+6pence to James of Baslow in 1691. (whether or not this is our James is to be decided).