A " bounder " of certain land belonging to the corporation of Doncaster in the occupation of John Lambe, minister of Rossington viz. a laithe or barn in the outgang next the town street, the upper outgang and the nether outgang, and land in the Church field, the Ing field and the Park field.

b) The act of giving up occupancy of property

An ordinary outgang was a place where the cattle of a village assembled, when they were to be driven out together to ... This outgang seems to have run between the old enclosed lands and the southern part of the West Carr or Marsh [...]

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