Marriage Settlement (Lease and Release). £5,500 John Coryton to (i) and (ii), 10s. (v)-(i).
(i) Francis Rodd, Trebartha Hall, esq.
(ii) Francis Hearle Rodd, Trebartha Hall, esq. (eldest son of (i) by (i)'s wife Jane decd, formerly Jane Hearle, spinster, who was one of four dtrs. of John Hearle, formerly of borough of Penryn, esq. (decd.) by his wife Mary (formerly Mary Paynter spinster) and one of four sisters and coheiresses of Francis Hearle, formerly of borough of Penryn, esq. (decd.) (who was only John Hearle by Mary his wife).
(iii) Edwd. Rodd, Trebartha Hall, clerk John Tremayne Rodd, esq., Captain R.N. (only younger sons of (i) and w. Jane) Jane Rodd and Harriet Rodd, Trebartha Hall, spinsters (only dtrs. of (i) and first w. Jane)
(iv) John Coryton of Crocadon, esq. and his eldest dtr. Mary Ann Coryton, spinster.
(v) Charles Rashleigh and Edwd. Coode, jun., St. Austell, gent.
(vi) John Coryton (of (iv)) and the Revd. Henry Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, clerk.
(vii) Francis Gregor, Trewarthenick, esq. and Francis Glanville of Catchfrench, esq.
(viii) Wm. Stackhouse of Trehane, esq. and John Rashleigh of Penquite, esq.
(Rec. of forthcoming marriage of (ii) and Mary Ann Coryton. Rec. of marriage settlement of (i) and Jane his first wife by Lease and Release of 29 and 30 November 1763. (a) = (i) (b) Jane Hearle, spinster (c) John Arscott, esq., Edwd. Hewish, esq. and Ric. Hussey, esq. (d) Mary, widow of John Hearle, decd. and the Revd. Thos. Hearle, clerk (decd.) uncle of (b). (e) John Rogers, esq. and Francis Paynter, esq. - - lands in Northill, Lewannick, Whitstone, Egloskerry, Boyton, Altarnun, and in Totnes, Brixham and North Petherwin, Devon. For (b)'s jointure and children of marriage. Also - - lands in St. Erth, Gwinear, Phillack, St. Just in Penwith, Paul, Gwennap, Mabe, Stithians, and in borough of Penryn - in trust for son(s) of marriage also in trust to raise a further £1000 for dtr.(s). portions and younger sons of marriage. Rec. of (i) and Jane his wife's children, five then only living, viz. (ii) and (iii). Rec. Thos. Hearle, clerk, decd. By his will Jane Rodd, decd. became entitled to ¼ of second group of properties recited (above). Margaret Hearle, sister of Jane Rodd, decd. also entitled to ¼ of same lands. Margaret Hearle died unmarried and intestate, Jane Rodd entitled to 1/3 of M. Hearle's ¼ share of properties first recited above. This 1/3 of ¼ share fell to (ii) on Jane Rodd's death. Rec. of deed poll of (i) 17 April 1784 - rent charge of £150 to his second wife Ann Rodd. Rec. of covenant to levy a fine of 29 May 1772. (1) Mary Hearle, Francis Rodd and wife Jane, Samuel Wallis, esq. and wife Betty and Henry Hawkins Tremayne and Harriet his wife (Jane Rodd, Betty Wallis and Harriet Tremayne were only surviving children of John Hearle decd. by Mary his widow). (2) James Paynter, gent. Followed by Fine: 1/3 of undivided moiety of lands of Mary Hearle (lands first recited above). (Other undivided moiety said to have been bought by John Hearle decd. of John Segrave, esq. and his wife Margaret, who was Mary Hearle's sister), settled to use of Mary Hearle for life, then to some trusts as other undivided third part of other undivided moiety. Rec. (i) seised of lands described (below) subject to rent charge of £100 to his second wife Ann, according to Marriage Settlement of 17 April 1784.)
(A) = (i). (B) Ann Sanford, spinster (c) Sir John Chichester, Bt. and Samuel Wallis (D) Alexander Popham, Esq. and Henry Hawkins Tremayne. (B)'s jointure etc. Recital lands recited - both sets (above) (with excharge of 1 tenement) - to be liable to payment of £8000 for portions of (iii). Rec. John Coryton to give Mary Ann Coryton £5500 as a marriage portion) £4,500 of this to be paid to (i). Rec. of covenant to suffer a recovery 8 & 9 May 1795 (X) = (i) and (ii). (Y) Francis Fairbank, gent. (Z) Edwd. Coode - - conveyance of lands above to (Y) as tenant, vouchers = (X), demandant = (Z). Two common recoveries suffered).
(i) and (ii)-(v) - - manor and barton of Trebartha, Northill
- - manor and barton of Treveniel, parishes of Northill and Lewannick
- - manor of Tolcarne in Northill
- - manor of Forkestone alias Fraxton in Whitstone
- - high rents of £1-6-8 to lord of last 3 manors
- - ten. in South Tregeare, Egloskerry occ. Nicholas Major, cordwainer, decd., then Digory Edgcombe, then by Joseph Holman
- - ten called Duns in Boyton occ. Marmaduke Spettigue, gent. decd., then John Fortescue, gent. then Jacob Veale.
(Above all inheritance of Mary Grylls, Trebartha, widow, decd., then of Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq., decd. father of (i)).
- - 1/3 part of 2 tenements called Trebullwyn alias Trebullombe in Altarnun. (Formerly inheritance of Mary Wadge, widow, then her son, Peter Wadge, Mary Wadge, one of dtrs. and cohrs. of Peter Truscott).
- - another 1/3 of Trebullwyn alias Trebellombe, purchased by Peter Wadge, of Upton, gent. of Margery French, widow, (another dtr. of Peter Truscott. Last two third parts known as Whites and Eynners tenements formerly purchased of Peter Wadge by Alice Rodd, widow, mother of (i) and Edwd. Rodd, his late uncle, decd. in trust for (i)).
- - Newton in Altarnun (part of manor of Trevage) with Trevago Moor to west of Newton and between Newton and ten. of Burland with commons and common of pasture. Formerly occ. Ric. Shelley then Sampson Cowle, then Nicholas Evans, then Thos. Vosper.
- - another ten. called Newton in Altarnun occ. John Sherrow, then Nicholas Evans and Philip Evans his son, then Thos. Vosper (Bought by Alice Rodd, widow in trust for (i) of Nicholas and Philip Evans, his sons.)
- - Trevage Parke alias Barton Closes (80a.), part of manor of Trevage, and in Altarnun.
- - three closes (formerly one) called Trevage Plash (7a.) on east side of Trevage park, part of manor of Trevage, and in Altarnun
- - Pound Park adjg. Trevage Pound with 3 closes (formerly 4) and two meadows below lane from Trevage to Lewannick Church. Occ. Peter Wadge, then Thos. Vosper.
- - Trevage wood in Lewannick, part of manor of Trevage.
- - Two water grist mills (formerly one) called Trevage Mills with common of pasture and turbary on Trevage Moor, of common in Trevage Town Place with plot of land called De Dennibole (½a.) and little garden plot on south side of the way near the mills. Also Little plot on south side of said Mills between highway and mills.
- - High rent of 3s 2d. from lands called Trenilk in Altarnun formerly in possession of Hugh Pyper, esq. decd. Another high rent of 1s. 0½d. from Trenilk formerly in possession of Saltern, esq. Another high rent of 1s. from lands in Trenilk formerly in possession of Ric. Wadge. High rent of 7½d. from lands in Trenilk formerly in possession of Christopher Nanscawen
- - High rent of 7s. from Cargelly, Altarnun, formerly in possession of John Peter.
- - High rent of 2s. from Burland, formerly in possession of Peter Wadge.
- - High rent of 1s. from Tregune (= ? Tregunnon, Altarnun) formerly in poss. of Peter Wadge.
- - High rent of 4s. from Upton (Lewannick) formerly in poss. of Peter Wadge.
(All these high rents amounted to 19s. 10d. together with reliefs and fines for alienations from free or customary tenants of Trevage).
(Trevage Park, mills, high rents etc. bought by (i) of Peter Wadge. All in parishes of Lewannick, Altarnun and Northill).
- - barton of Upton in Lewannick with common of pasture and turbary on Trevage Moor, Altarnun. (Bought by (i) of Ric. Welch and Ric. Wadge, gent.)
- - barton of Broom borough in Totnes, Devon.
- - barton of Sowdon alias Southdown in parish of Brixham, Devon (formerly land of (i)'s father Francis Rodd, then of (i)'s uncle Edward Rodd.)
- - divided moiety of barton of Weston, North Petherwin, Devon (included Down Park, Flaxland, Higher Long Acre, Lower Long Acre Walls (sic.), Higher and Lower Horse Park, Deer Park, wood adjg. Higher Long Acre on E. side, Weston Wood, the two Arthurs Hills, East Bosverham, Higher Bovetown, Homer Bovetown meadow, Little Bovetown. Meadow with garden at higher end, Clawham Meadow, quillet of land between hop garden and back garden, half of eastern town place, half of plot on north side of eastern town place, where well is with moiety of the well, also Hall House (further described).
- - Lamall alias Tremall alias Tremalla in Lewannick (22 acres) formerly in possession of Susanna Nanscawen, spinster, decd., then Walter Luggar, then Peter Tresayes who sold it to Samuel Addis of Whitford, esq. (Usually called Fillye's or Tresayes's ten.)
- - other ten. called Lamall alias Lamalla in Lamalla, formerly in possession of John Wadge and John Wadge his uncle (Usually called Wadge's ten.). All occ. Richard Daw, (i)'s tenant.
- - original ¼ share of Jane Rodd, decd., then of (i) and (ii) in undivided moiety of manor of Trelissick, St. Erth. Also in undivided moiety of barton of Lower Trelissick, St. Erth. Manor and barton of Trelissick, occ. Nicholas Berryman, yeoman, then Thomas Jacka and John Harvey.
- - original ¼ part of Jane Rodd, decd., then of (i) and (ii) in moiety of undivided third part in Trelissick Walbert alias Hoskyns ten. and in Carnjew ten., St. Erth. (Other 2/3 parts lands of inheritance of Sir John St. Aubyn, Bt., and Humphry Mackworth Praed, esq. decd.)
- - original ¼ part of Jane Rodd, decd., then of (i) and (ii) of undivided moiety of Chinalls alias Chinauls, Lanuthno Church Town, Trevenleha, Killenawan, Mellineer alias Velleneer and Peden Pool alias the House by the Pool, St. Erth (long list of occupiers given). Also ¼ part of undivided moiety of Deveral, Naketho and Trenawin, parish of Gwinear (long list of occupiers given).
- - original ¼ part of Jane Rodd, decd., then of (i) and (ii) of undivided moiety of Treave alias Treriffe Craze, parish of Phillack. Occ. Adrian Stephens, then Wm. Stevens. Also ¼ part (as above) in undivided moiety of Bojewjan and Chirose in St. Just in Penwith (long list of past and present occupiers)
- - (Moieties of Trelissick and of lands (including 1/3) in Gwinear, Phillack and St. Just in Penwith were inheritance of John Leagrave, Esq. and wife Margaret of whom they were purchased by John Hearle, decd., father of Jane Rodd, decd.)
- - ¼ part of Jane Rodd, decd, then of (i) and (ii) in barton of Kemiel alias Kemiel-Drea in Paul. Also in Outer Goon Vere close, in Park Bean close and in close called the Great Dore-Nolls with Rabbit Warren close, part of Kemiel Drea. (Lands of inheritance of Mary Basset, widow and James Keigwin, esq., from whom bought by Thomas Hearle, esq., decd., grandfather of Jane Rodd, decd.)
- - ¼ part (as last entry) of Bodervarran, St. Erth, occ. Joseph Herle, then Mary Best and John Cardale.
- - ¼ part (as before) in town and fields of Leha alias Legha, St. Erth, occ. John Blee, then by Margaret Richards and Richard Tredinnick. (Inheritance of Wm. Browne, jun., Blisland, gent., from whom bought by John Hearle, decd.)
- - ¼ part (as before) in Carharreck Veor and Chyanhale, alias Carharreck Vean and Chinall. Also in Carharrock Vean and Carharrock Mill in Gwennap (list of occupiers) (Inheritance of Reginald Haweis, esq. from bought by John Hearle, decd.)
- - ¼ part (as before) in Cassauan alias Cassacan, Gwennap. (Occupiers given). (Inheritance of John Rogers, esq., from whom John Hearle, decd. purchased.)
- - ¼ part (as before) in Matthew's tenement and Penaluna's tenement in Halvossow, Mabe, occ. Wm. Dunstone and John Matthew, then Wm. Dunstone, jun., and Nicholas Travers. (Purchased of Francis Mitchell by John Hearle, decd.)
- - ¼ part (as before) in house in Penryn in Thomas's street.
- - ¼ part (as before) in Towns and Meadow or Vicarage Meadow occ. Andrew Hingston, decd., then John Edgcumbe.
- - ¼ part (as before) in two houses erected near above meadow by John Nampany, decd., then held by his representatives.
- - ¼ part (as before) house, garden, orchard, with cellars and wharves in Penryn occ. Mary Hearle, widow, then James Humphry.
- - ¼ part (as before) in Shutt Meadow at higher end of Penryn, near Towns end meadow, occ. Wm. Whittaker, currier, then James Edgcumbe.
- - ¼ part (as before) in undivided moiety of Gweal Andevas with two moors adjoining with common of pasture on Gonomen Down in Stithians occ. Francis Mitchell, millkeeper, then Ric. Webb. (Above properties in Penryn and Stithians, property of Lord Radnor purchased from Mary Vere Hunt, widow, by John Hearle, decd.)
- - ¼ part (as before) in Bosuvian alias Bojewyan in St. Just in Penwith occ. Amos Mason, John Angwin and Sampson Wheare, then Jacob Corin (Purchased of James Millett, gent., by John Hearle, decd.)
- - ¼ part (as before) in 2 messuages, garden, ten acres land, ten acres meadow ten acres pasture, ten acres of furze and heath, twelve acres of moor and common of pasture for all cattle in Bosewyan alias Bojenjan (= Bojewyan) and lands in Boservyan alias Bojewyan in St. Just in Penwith. All occ. John Angwin, then John Angwin, jun., then John Edwards and Thomas Penrose. (Bought from John Angwin and John Angwin, jun., by Mary Hearle, in trust for Jane Rodd, decd. and her three sisters, Margaret Hearle (since decd.) Betty Hearle and Harriet Hearle).
(All above lands in Lease and Release (Marriage Settlement) of 29 and 30 November, 1763, except Fillyes and Tresaye's and Wadge's tenements in Lewannick occ. Ric. Daw. These lands by Lease and Release of 18 and 19th April, 1791, conveyed by Edward Archer, esq. to use of 1763 Marr. Settlement in exchange for farm called Combeshead in the parish of Lewannick (which was conveyed to E. Archer) ).
Conveyance to (v) in trust for uses of marriage settlement.
(i) and (ii)-(v)
- - 1/3 share of Jane Rodd, decd., then of (i) and (ii) of undivided ¼ part (formerly ¼ share of Margaret Hearle, decd.) in undivided moiety (formerly belonging to John Seagrave, esq. and Margaret, his wife) of manor of Trelissick in St. Erth. Also same share in other lands in St. Erth, Gwinear, Phillack, Saint Just in Penwith, Paul, Gwennap, Mabe, Stithians and borough of Penryn (as in ¼ parts of Jane Rodd, dec. above)
(i) and (ii)-(v)
- - ¼ part of Jane Rodd, decd., then of (i) and (ii) in undivided third part of manor of Talgullow alias St. Day, parish of Gwennap.
- - ¼ of undivided third part of manor of Trembethoe in parishes of Lelant, Madron, and Zennor.
- - undivided fourth part of Jane Rodd, decd. then of (i) and (ii) of barton of Pentire in St. Minver, occ. Ric. Morcombe, yeo. then of Samuel Symons, butcher. Also undivided ¼ part (as above) of Treworder in Egloshayle, occ. James Dingle, yeo. (Tallgullow, Trembethow and Pentire and Treworder were inheritance of John Hunt of Compton Parsfoot (= Compton Pauncefoot, Somerset) from whom they were bought by Thomas Hearle, esq., decd. ( (father of Thomas Hearle, clerk), and John Hearle, decd.)
- - undivided fourth part of Jane Rodd, decd., then of (i) and (ii) of barton of Carveath in Cuby. Formerly in possession of Thomas Hearle, clerk. (Purchased of the heirs of Tanner by Thomas Hearle his late father, decd.)
- - Undivided ¼ part (as above) in Hay, Ladock, occ. Hen. Retallick, yeo., then- Bone, gent. from whom Thos. Hearle, clerk, decd. purchased
- - undivided ¼ part (as above) of several houses and orchards in Penryn, par. of St. Gluvias (1 mess., orchard and garden where John and Francis Hearle formerly lived. Another mess. orchard and garden in Gluvias Street, occ. John Jordon, gent. and purchased (inter alia of Ric. Bonython, esq. Another mess. and backside in Saint Thomas's Street near the Fish Cross, occ. John Trenerry, then James Remphrey Taylor (? occupation or surname) purchased of the heirs of Melhuish. 2 mess. and 1 orchard and gdn. occ. Wm. Matthew, decd., then Ursula Matthew his widow, formerly purchased of John Hicks.
- - ¼ part (undivided) (as before) of houses and closes called Carnsews Lands formerly in possession of Wm. Hocker, clerk, Edwd. Jennings and others. Bought of John Peters and others. Also of Trery's meadow, two stitches in the Barn meadow, two stithes in the Quarry Meadow, one stitch in Long Meadow, two stitches in Cliff Meadow, one stitch in the Square Meadow. (Altogether 8 acres occ. Philip Richards, merchant).
- - undivided ¼ part (as before) in Carvannal ten., Illogan formerly in poss. of Francis Bassett, esq., decd. (Closes, stitches, and Carvannal bought of Ric. Bonython and of the assignees under the Statute of Bankruptcy against Wm. Trery and of the heirs of Melhuish and John Lanyon, decd.)
- - undivided ¼ part of Jane Rodd, decd., then of (i) and (ii) of Trevawnan alias Trevoan, Mabe. (Bought by Thomas Hearle, esq., decd. from devisees and excrs. in trust of John Taylder of Helland, Mabe, gent., decd. Formerly occ. Nicholas Francis, yeoman).
- - undivided ¼ part (as before) of undivided moiety of Tregollas alias Tregowles in Stithians (Moiety bought by Thos. Hearle, esq. from John Nicholls of Trereif, esq. Occ. by John Bath, yeo.
- - ¼ part (undivided) (as before) in High Cross Meadow in Penryn. (Purchased from John Bonython, esq. and others, formerly occ. Geo. Evans of Penryn, innkeeper decd.
- - ¼ part undivided (as before) in Trevaddra Burvansacke alias Burvansicke alias Burvagick and Tregonnal in the parish of Manaccan. (Purchased by James Hearle, merchant decd. from Sir John Carew, Bt., John Pendarves, esq. and Wm. Pendarves, gent. Formerly occ. Philip Stapleton, Richard Ralph, Sampson Rogers and others.)
- - ¼ part undivided (as before) in Great Bargos alias Bargus in Perranarworthal. (Purchased by Thomas Hearle, Esq. of James Harrie of Redruth, yeo. Formerly in poss. of Robt. Lanyon, Thomas Michell and others.)
- - ¼ part undivided (as before) in Trevethan, Gwennap. (Purchased by Thos. Hearle, esq. of John Roskrow, gent. Richard Roscrow, his son. Formerly occ. Jane Trewartha and others.)
- - ¼ part undivided (as before) in undivided moiety of Gooneva in Gwinear. (Bought by Thos. Hearle, esq. from Ric. Floyd, yeo.). Occ. Abraham Olivy and Francis Thomas.)
- - ¼ part undivided (as before) of 4 undivided 9th parts of Carthew alias Carthew Wollas in Wendron. (Bought by Thomas Hearle, esq. decd. of Robt. Penwarne, esq. and others. In possession of Rich. Rowe and others.)
- - ¼ part undivided (as before) in mess., gdn. and orchard in High Street, Penryn occ. John Bowyer, decd., then John Humphrey, mariner, decd., then Rebecca Humphry, his widow. Also in house and garden in Penryn adj. east to last mentioned house. Formerly in poss. of John Bowyer. (Both houses purchased by Thomas Hearle, esq. decd. from Phebe Cleather, widow. Formerly occ. Ric. Busvine.)
- - ¼ part undivided (as before) of house, backside and garden in Penryn in Fish Cross, formerly in poss. fo John Rogers, esq. then Wm. Crowgey, gent. Bought of John Newman, gent. Also in field with house in Gweal West in parish of Gluvias, adjg. to lane leading from Penryn, towards Goonreath Downs. Bought from Clemence Ryder, widow and others. Occ. John Penwarne, gent and others.
- - ¼ part undivided (as before) of three stithes called Tolgarracke alias Tolgarrecke in Camborne, adjg. lands of Bassett. Occ. Philip Michell, tinner.
(Last group of properties (¼ share in) were estates of inheritance of Thomas Hearle, clerk, decd., and given by his will to Jane Rodd, decd. and her 3 sisters as tenants in common in fee simple).
- - 1/3 part of Jane Rodd, decd., then of (i) and (ii) in ¼ share of Margaret Hearle (one of Jane Rodd's three sisters) in properties and estates of inheritance of Thomas Hearle, clerk, decd., last described. ¼ part of Margaret Hearle (died intestate) went on her decease to Jane Rodd, decd. and her two surviving sisters as coheiresses at law of Margt. Hearle.
All last described block of properties to (v) on trusts.
(i)-(v) (for consideration of 10s.. (v)-(i) ).
- - manors of Rillaton Pengelly and Tremolla alias Tremolleth alias Tremollet with properties in East Tremollet with properties in East Tremollett, West Tremollett, Pengelly, North Down, Coombe, Black Coombe, Lake Wistaland and Clampitt and Fursdon in Linkinhorne, North Hill and South Hill (Tenants' names given). Purchased by (i) of Philip Rashleigh, esq. Conveyed to (i) (Francis Rodd) by Lease and Release of 24 and 25 December 1783.
- - Bastreet in Northill. Formerly held by Edwd. Archer, esq., bought of him by (i) by conveyance (Lease and Release) of 23 and 24 December 1796.
- - undivided third part of (i) in Trebullum, Altarnun occ. Robt. Mullis. Bought by Francis Rodd ( (i)) of John Bellew by conveyance (Lease and Release) of 24 and 25 March 1775.)
- - Treveage House in Treveage town, Altarnun, part of manor of Treveage, formerly in poss. of John Gill. With common of pasture and turbary on Treveage Moors. (Bought by Francis Rodd of Robert Martyn. Conveyed to him by conveyance (Lease and Release) of 23 and 24 June, 1775.)
- - properties in Trewint alias Trewint the greater in Altarnun. Formerly in possession of Truscott Wadge. Bought by Alice Rodd (decd.) of Richard Hearle. Conveyed to Alice Rodd, decd. by conveyance. (Lease and Release) of 7 and 8 January 1736.)
- - Walters ten. in Trevadlock, Lewannick, occ. Wm. Jenkin. (Purchased by (i) of Ric. Stacey and Agnes his wife, Joan Brown, widow, Richard Wadge and w. Mary, Wm. Jenkin and Honor his wife, Wm. Stacey and wife Margaret, Peter Stacey, John Stacey and Eliz. his wife. Conveyed to (i) by Lease and Release of 23 and 24 June 1780.)
- - ten. part of manor of South Carne in Altarnun, ten. called Trebullin. In poss. of Wm. Jasper Taylor, deed., then of Humphry Lawrence, gent. and Margaret Mitchell. (Bought by Francis Rodd (= (i) ) of Humphry Lawrence by Lease and Release of 17 and 18 December 1776.)
- - moiety of Tresellarne alias Treslin alias Treselin in Northill. (Lands of inheritance of Theodore Darley, esq. decd. Bought by (i) of Wm. Darley, esq. (devisee of Theodore Darley). (Conveyed to (i) by Lease and Release of 6 and 7 January 1778).
- - ten. and woodland called Trewag Wood alias Trewage Wood in Lewannick (2a.), formerly in poss. of Ric. Wadge. (Bought by (i) of John Sleep by Lease and Release of 27 and 28 November 1765).
- - Hicks Mill ten. alias Pensent in Trewen and South Petherwin. (Bought by Alice Rodd, decd. of Wm. Blight by Lease and Release of 23 and 24 December 1741)
- - ten. Trevadlock, Lewannick, formerly of John Cornew, decd., then of John Hodge of whom Francis Rodd, purchased by Lease and Release of 2 and 3rd January 1775.
- - advowson of rectory of Northill. (Bought by (i) of Arthur Trevillian, gent. by decd. of 11 January 1777.)
All properties subject to rent-charges of £150 and £100 settled by (i) on his second wife Anna.
To uses - especially for son(s) and dtr(s) of marriage.
Release of premises by (iii) in return for £8000 portions from Marriage Settlement of Francis and Jane Rodd (see recitals).
Witd. Jonathan William of Plymouth Dock, clerk; Jonathan Elford of Plymouth Dock, attorney at law; Samuel Benny; Nicholas Pearce.