Lease and release
1. Benjamin Wainwright of Hereford, land surveyor and Mary his wife
2. Thomas Gwillim of St. Peter's Hereford, joiner and Ann Gwillim his daughter by Ann late wife decd., once Ann Packwood.
3. John Harris of Hereford, gent, trustee for Benjamin Wainwright as to part of the property
4. Isabella Radford of Wells, spinster
Lease and release of 1 & 2 February 1806 between 1. Margaret Sheldon of New Court, Lugwardine, widow and sole executrix of Thomas Sheldon late of Abberton, Worcs, Esq., decd., eldest son and heir of Lucy Sheldon wife of the Rev. Dormer Sheldon and devisee under her will of 9 April 1746, which Lucy was the devisee of Thomas Rede of Brunsil Castle, Heres Esq., decd. by will of 29 Sept. 1742, 2. Thomas Vincent of Threadneedle St., London, Esq., eldest son of Francis Vincent Esq., decd. and Lacon Lambe the late of Henwood, Herefs, then of Hereford, Esq., trustees appointed by the will of Thomas Sheldon for sale of his manor, houses, and lands, 3. Benjamin Wainwright, 4. Richard Wainwright of Stanway, gent 9 pieces of meadow in the 2 common meadows called the Upper and Lower Long Meadows in the parishes of Lugwardine and Hampton Bishop, Herefs. were conveyed to Richard Wainwright to uses appointed by Benjamin Wainwright.
Indenture of feoffment of 4 November last between James Hereford of Sufton, Herefs, Esq., Richard Brown Cheston of Gloucester, doctor in physic, trustees (1) Thomas Baker Esq., Captain in the Militia of Herefs, only son and heir of Thomas Baker late of Lugwardine, Herefs, Esq, decd. by Ann his wife decd. (2) Benjamin Wainwright, party (3) John Harris (4) the Rev. John Freeman of Lugwardine, clerk (5) A piece of meadow in Walney or Upper Lug Meadow was granted to Benjamin Wainwright.
Lease and release of 1797 between William Wainwright (1) Benjamin Wainwright (2) conveying Wolverton Coppice to Benjamin, in Eaton.
Lease and release of 12 & 13 November 1801 between Judith Packwood of Dore, Herefs, widow and sole executrix of John Packwood of St. Peter's Hereford, malster, decd (1) Elizabeth Packwood of Clehonger, Herefs, widow and sole executrix of George Packwood jnr. late of the same place, corn factor, decd, eldest son of George Packwood snr. of St. Martin's Hereford, barge owner, decd, by Mary his first wife decd., James Packwood of St. Martin's Hereford, barge owner and Hester his wife, William Taylor of the same, skinner and Mary his wife (nee Packwood), Thomas Gwillim, which James Packwood, William Taylor and Thomas Gwillim are trustees of the will of George Packwood gnr. James Packwood and Mary Taylor and Ann Gwillim decd were the 3 of the children of George Packwood snr decd by his first wife (2) Samuel Rogers of Peter Church, Herefs, yeoman and Kitty his wife, which Kitty Rogers and Thomas Packwood then late of Hereford, joiner, decd. were 2 of the children of George Packwood snr by Ann his 2nd wife (3) Benjamin Wainwright (4) and a fine.
Half and all those undivided 5/6 of the other half of the house below in the parish of St. Peter, Hereford, granted to the use of Benjamin Wainwright. At the time of the last release Ann Gwillim was a minor of 17 so was not a party for her 1/6 of the half vested in her as only child and heir of Ann Gwillim her mother, decd, although it was agreed by Thomas Gwillim and Benjamin Wainwright that Ann's share should be conveyed by her to Benjamin Wainwright on payment of £41 13s 4d when she was 21 which she now is. Benjamin Wainwright needs £1,500 which has been lent by Isabella Radford, so mortgage of the pieces of meadow in the lease and release of 1 & 2 February 1806. So for £1,458 6s 8d to Benjamin from Isabella Radford, and £41 13s 4d to Thomas Gwilliam from her, grant of the 9 pieces of meadow in the 2 common meadow in Lugwardine and Hampton Bishop called the Upper and Lower Lug Meadows (once Margaret Sheldon, now Benjamin Wainwright) (22a 7p), 5 pieces in Upper Lug Meadow not far from Lugwardine Bridge and the 4 in Lower Lug Meadow near the bridge. Reservation to Margaret Sheldon & the proprietors of the mansion house of the sole right of fishing in the River Lugg adjoining the same premises, and of game. Piece of meadow (4a 25p) in the common meadow called Walney or Upper Lug Meadow; Wolverton Coppice in Eaton, Salop (46a 3r 20p); house in St. Peter's, Hereford, with a garden and malthouse.