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Bickerstaffe, Charles (ktd by 25 Nov. 1671) 1662-1696
Gt. in reversion after unnamed persons 5 Sept. 1642 (Docquets, p. 336); possession of office acknowledged 7 July 1660 (C 66/2946, gt. to Francis Slingsby); displaced nonetheless by Hartgill Baron 16 July 1660 (Diary of Samuel Pepys, ed. R. L atham and W. Matthews (1970-83), i, 207, 208, 235, 236); warrant for adm. in place of William Watkins 16 June 1662 (CSPD 1661-2, p. 409). Surr. by 11 Dec. 1696 (C 66/3382, recited in gt. to Sir George Piers).
reversion act of returning ,
from the modern dictionary :1 a,the part of a simple estate remaining in control of its owner, after he has granted therefrom a lesser estate particular estate. b: a future interest in property left in control of a grantor or his succesor.
2 the Right of succesion or future possession or enjoyment