From Manx Soc vol IV,VII & IX
MEMORANDUM,There are divers rents charged in the auditors accounts, due out of divers places (members and of right belonging to the manor of Furness) which are out of the county of Lancaster, as followeth, viz.
The rectory of Millurn (from the farmer whereof there is due the yearly rent of £36 13s. 4d.) is in Cumberland, and (as we are informed) in lease to Mr. Ayloff, sometime secretary to Lord Nuburgh, chancellor of the Duchy.
Cafferton (from the farmer whereof there is due per annum £1 8s.) is a close betwixt Tadcaster, in Yorkshire, and Pontefract, the farmers whereof are John and William Grange.
Decima Granarum de Winterborne is only titular and lieth in Yorkshire ; the rent charged is £3 18s.
The rectory of St. Michael and Mahold (from the farmer whereof there is due the yearly rent of £6 13s. 4d.) is in the Isle of Man.
Rongstworth (of the yearly rent of 12s.) is in the Isle of Man.
Bubeck Magna, in Hibernia, (from the occupiers whereof there is due the yearly rent of £14) in the said Isle of Man.
Increase of rent of the farmers of the aforesaid rent £1 11s. 4d.
Swynden (the farmers whereof pay the yearly rent of 8s. 6d.) is likewise in the Isle of Man.
Note.Whereas our sum total of the rents of this lordship doth come very short of the auditors charge of the rents of this manor, we do humbly certify that we have had much conference with the receiver-general of this County about the same, yet he could not satisfy us therein ; but the said receiver desireth that the trustees would refer the clearing of the said difference to him and the auditor in London, where he the said receiver intendeth to be within this month.