Bonds and marriage settlements of the Gwinnett family of Great Shurdington, relating to the manor of Badgeworth; capital messuage called The Farmhouse or Crippetts, messuage and land (100 a., field names) in Badgeworth, Great Shurdington and Down Hatherley; includes deed of messuage called The Black Boy or The Peacock, St. Martins, Ludgate, London, 1732.
Settlements before marriage of Richard Gwinnett of Great Shurdington, gent. and Anne, daughter of Wm. Caple, esq., alderman of the city of Gloucester, 1646; Geo. Gwinnett of Great Shurdington, gent., and Sarah Browne of Tirley, 1674; Geo. Gwinnett, jun., citizen and merchant taylor of London and Mary Gough of London, gentlewoman, 1721; wills or copy wills of Richard Banaster, of Apperley, gent., 1646; M. E. Stansbye of Badgeworth, 1683; Wm. Browne of Tirley, gent., 1691, proved 1692; Thos. Button of Cottrell (Glam.), 1710, proved 1711; Thos. Clay of Little Shurdington, 1712; Mary Brown, late of Tirley, now of Gloucester, spinster, 1717; Richard Gwinnett of Great Shurdington, gent., 1717, proved 1717; Geo. Gwinnett of Badgeworth, gent., 1729, proved 1729