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Reference L6
Covering dates 14TH TO 16TH CENT
Held by Warwickshire County Record Office
Extent 10 SERIES
Creators Lucy family of Charlecote, Warwickshire
Arrangement The list includes the records of the Lucy family deposited at the Warwick County Record Office on loan for safekeeping as well as the few documents remaining at Charlecote which are listed at the end.



MANORIAL DOCUMENTS  [no ref. or date]

Warwickshire: Cherrington  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1  20 Oct. 1668

Contents:
Steward's draft of proceedings at the court baron of Richard Lucy, esq., held before Francis Eede, steward. With pains and orders, presentments and amercements.

Hampton Lucy cum membris [including Charlecote]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/2-10  Early 17th century

Contents:
Nine presentments relating to Charlecote made at the court leet and baron held at Hampton Lucy [one dated 10 May 1641].

[no title]  L6/11-24  Early 17th century

Contents:
Fourteen pains and orders, presentments and jury lists.

[no title]  L6/25-27  Early 17th century

Contents:
Three lists of pains and orders relating to Charlecote made at the court leet and baron held at Hampton Lucy.

[no title]  L6/28  12 Oct. 1624

Contents:
List of persons ?owing suit of court.

[no title]  L6/29  10 Oct. 1626

Contents:
Steward's draft of proceedings at the view of frankpledge and court baron of Thomas Lucy, Knt., held before Prescott, steward. With pains and orders for Hampton Lucy.

[no title]  L6/30  17 Oct. 1627

Contents:
Steward's draft of proceedings at the view of frankpledge and court baron of Thomas Lucy, Knt., held before Prescott, steward. With pains and orders for Hampton Lucy and Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/31  15 Oct. 1628

Contents:
Steward's draft of proceedings at the view of frankpledge and court baron of Thomas Lucy, Knt., held before Prescott, steward. With pains and orders for Hampton Lucy

[no title]  L6/32  9 Oct. 1629

Contents:
Steward's draft of proceedings at the view of frankpledge and court baron of Thomas Lucy, Knt., held before Prescott, steward. With pains and orders for Hampton Lucy, and part of pains and orders for ?Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/33  15 April 1630

Contents:
Steward's draft of proceedings at the view of frankpledge and court baron of Thomas Lucy, Knt., held before Prescott, steward. With pains and orders for Hampton Lucy and another rough draft of the same.

[no title]  L6/34  13 Oct. 1630

Contents:
Wrapper for the same

[no title]  L6/35  5 April 1631

Contents:
Steward's draft of proceedings at the view of frankpledge and court baron of Thomas Lucy, Knt., held before Prescott, steward. With pains and orders for Hampton Lucy

[no title]  L6/36  13 Oct. 1631

Contents:
Steward's draft of proceedings at the view of frankpledge and court baron of Thomas Lucy, Knt., held before Prescott, steward.

[no title]  L6/37  14 April 1632

Contents:
Steward's draft of proceedings at the view of frankpledge and court baron of Thomas Lucy, Knt., held before Prescott, steward. With pains and orders for Hampton Lucy

[no title]  L6/38  19 Sept. 1634

Contents:
Steward's draft of proceedings at the view of frankpledge and court baron of Thomas Lucy, Knt., held before Prescott, steward.

[no title]  L6/39  5 April 1639

Contents:
Pains and orders for Hampton Lucy.

[no title]  L6/40  10 May 1645

Contents:
Steward's draft of proceeding at the view of frankpledge and court baron held before James Prescott, gent., steward.

[no title]  L6/41  21 April 1645

Contents:
Steward's draft of proceeding at the view of frankpledge and court baron held before James Prescott, gent., steward. With pains and orders for Hampton Lucy

[no title]  L6/42  26 Oct. 1646

Contents:
Steward's draft of proceeding at the view of frankpledge and court baron held before James Prescott, gent., steward.

[no title]  L6/43  18 Oct. 1830

Contents:
Letter from William Hamper of Highgate near Birmingham to George Lucy, esq., presenting L6/2-42 for his 'Evidence Closet'.

[no title]  L6/44  12 April 1682

Contents:
Steward's draft of a suit roll for the court of Thomas Lucy, esq., held before Peter Broughton, steward.

[no title]  L6/45  4 Nov. 1734

Contents:
View of frankpledge with court baron held before Richard Dighton, esq., steward.

Buckinghamshire: Haversham  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/46  7 June 1586

Contents:
Copy of proceedings of the court baron of Thomas Lucy, Knt.

Hampshire: ?Whitchurch cum membris  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/47  n.d. late 14th or early 15th century

Contents:
Part of a court roll of ?Whitchurch cum membris containing the homage of Whitchurch, Frifolke [Freefolk], Charlecote [Charlcott], Wike, Bieule, Stoke, Eggebury [Egbury], Bourne [? St. Mary Bourne], Hussebourne [Hurstbourne Priors].
Cut as for cover of a book and endorsed 'The Bible'.

DOCUMENTS OF TITLE (including leases)  [no ref. or date]

Warwickshire: Alveston: Ham Meadow etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/48  29 Oct. 1735

Contents:
Exchange, being a conveyance from Newsam Peers of Alveston, esq., to the Rev. John Preston, vicar of Alveston, of lands in Alveston called Great Hurst and meadow land near the church called Great Leys, in return for the conveyance by the said John Preston, with the consent of the Rev. George Hammond, rector of Hampton Lucy and patron of Alveston vicarage, and with the consent of John [Hough], bishop of Worcester, of land in Alveston called Grass Close and Oak Hill.

[no title]  L6/49  2 Aug. 1814

Contents:
Copy of conveyance from Henry Roberts of Stratford-upon-Avon, esq., to Sir Gray Skipwith of Hampton Lucy, of a capital messuage and lands in Alveston.

[no title]  L6/50  n.d. c. 1814

Contents:
Abstract of title 1732-1814 to an estate in Alveston belonging to Henry Roberts, esq., lately sold to Sir Gray Skipwith, bart., part of which was sold by Sir Gray Skipwith to the Rev. Lucy.
Includes a pedigree of the Peers family of Alveston 1719-c.1814.

[no title]  L6/51  2 Aug. 1814

Contents:
Copy of a covenant between Henry Roberts of Stratford-upon-Avon, esq., and Sir Gray Skipwith of Hampton Lucy, bart., for the production of title deeds relating to a capital messuage and lands in Alveston.

[no title]  L6/52-3  1 and 2 Sept. 1814

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Sir Gray Skipwith of Hampton Lucy, bart., to the Rev, John Lucy of Charlecote of meadow land called the Ham alias Ham over the water in Alveston near the corn mills called Alveston mills, containing 3 acres, 2 roods and 20 perches, which property the said Sir Gray Skipwith purchased from Henry Roberts, formerly part of the estate of Newsam Peers, esq., deceased. Consideration: £543 15s.

[no title]  L6/54  19 Aug. 1814

Contents:
Letter from Edward Cherry from Shipston-on-Stour to the Rev. John Lucy concerning the measurement of land in L6/52-3, with plans.

[no title]  L6/55  2 Sept. 1814

Contents:
Covenant between Sir Gray Skipwith of Hampton Lucy, bart., and the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, for the production of title deeds relating to land in L6/52-3.

Alveston: miscellaneous deeds.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/56  18 July 1580

Contents:
Settlement from John Jamson of Alveston, sadler, to John Haycock and Thomas Bosworth of Long Itchington, yeomen, and others, previous to the marriage of William Earley and Alice, daughter of the said John Jamson, of a messuage and virgate of land in Alveston. To hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/57  24 Nov. 1752

Contents:
Counterpart of assignment of mortgage from Thomas Webb of Sherbourne, esq., with the consent and direction of John Higgins of Tiddington, gent., and Hannah, his wife, to George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., of a messuage in Tiddington and three yardlands in the common fields of Alveston and Tiddington.

Barcheston: Willington.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/58  c. 1611

Very badly damaged by mildew, date missing.

Contents:
Exemplification of a fine levied at Michaelmas 1611 between Anthony Hodgkins, gent., pl., and Roger Brent, gent., William Breedon alias Mason, gent., and Ursula his wife, defs., of 14 acres of meadow and 16 acres of pasture in Willington.

Beaudesert  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/59  26 March 1680

Contents:
Counterpart of release being a conveyance from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, son and heir of Richard Lucy, esq., deceased, to Thomas Wheeler of Beaudesert, husbandman, of a cottage and garden (described) in Beaudesert. Consideration: 20 marks.

Bedworth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/60  9 June 1325

Contents:
Lease indented, with warranty,from William Bollesore and Matilda, his wife, to John de Willeye of a messuage with the houses built on the same in Bedeworth' lying between the tenement of Robert le Reede and Geoffrey Aleyn. To hold to the said John for the term of his life, rendering annually to the lessors after four years 2s., and after eight years 20s., and rendering also to the chief lords 2d. annually and half a pound of pepper at Christmas in lieu of secular services, excepting suit at the view of frankpledge. The said John was also to maintain the said property in good repair, for which the said lessors were to provide the materials. Witnesses: Robert Turuyle, John Hallyng', Thomas son of Ralph, John atte Welle of Bedeworth', Bertram de Hyda of Gryue and others. Given at Bedeworth' 9 June 18 Edward II.
Seals: 1. tag with traces of green wax.
2. round, with green wax on tag; device: a bull's head caboshed surmounted by a cross
Legend: IESVS MERCI
Endorsed: [In a contemporary hand]
Bedworth'

Binley  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/61  9 Sept. 1637

Contents:
Counterpart of release, being a defeasance from Katherine Chamber of Binley, widow of Simon Chamber of the same gent. deceased, and Elizabeth and Dorothy, daughters of the said Katherine, to William Chillingworth the younger of Oxford, M.A., and John Cox of Coventry, gent., to secure peaceful possession to the said William Chillingworth of Binley Farm, conveyed by the said Simon Chamber to the said John Cox on 24 May 1631, and since assigned by the said John Cox and another for a term of years to Lucius [Carey], Viscount Falkland, on 30 August 1637, in trust for the said William Chillingworth.

Bulkington: Ryton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/62  4 Nov. 1403

Administrative history:
Quitclaim from Richard Bramcot of Couentr'. corviser, son and heir of William Bramcot formerly of Ruyton', to William Sears of Ruyton' and his heirs and assigns, of all the lands, meadows, etc., with appurtenances which belonged to the said William Bramcot in the fields of Ruyton'.
Witnesses: John Flanell'. John Zom'on, William Robyn and others. Given at Ruyton' 4 November 5 Henry IV.
Seal: tag with fragment of green wax.
Endorsed: [in a contemporary hand]
Ruyton'

[no title]  L6/63  14 Aug. 1492

Contents:
Demise, with warranty, from William Quatryng of of Bulkyngton', yeoman, son and heir of Nicholas Quatryng late of the same, yeoman, deceased, to Agnes Quatryng, daughter of the said William, of all the lands, tenements, etc. with appurtenances in the vill and fields of Ryton in the parish of Bulkyngton', which property the said William inherited from the said Nicholas. The said Agnes to hold the same for the term of the life.

[no title]  L6/64  14 Aug. 1492

Contents:
Appointment by Agnes Quatryng, daughter of William Quatryng of Bulkyngton', yeoman, son and heir of Nicholas Quatryng of the same, yeoman, deceased, of John Baily of Chilvercoton', yeoman, as attorney to receive seisin for property as in L6/63.
Seal: missing, tag.

[no title]  L6/65  24 March 1574/5

Contents:
Bargain and sale from George Marvyn of Lindley, Leics., yeoman, to Richard Parkyns of Ryton in Bulkington, yeoman, of a messuage and yardland in Ryton in the tenure of Roger Chawner, husbandman. Consideration: £71.

[no title]  L6/66  26 March 1575

Contents:
Bargain and sale from George Marvyn of Lindley, Leics., yeoman, to Richard Parkyns of Ryton in Bulkington, yeoman, of property as in L6/65.

[no title]  L6/67  Easter Term 1576

Contents:
Indenture of fine relating to L6/66

[no title]  L6/68-9  24 Feb. 1583/4

Contents:
Bargain and sale with counterpart from Richard alias Parkyns of Ruyton in Bulkington, yeoman, to Richard Towneshed of Burbage, Leics., husbandman, of a messuage and yardland in Ryton in Bulkington, formerly in the tenure of Roger Chawner, and a croft in the same called Wollnershill croft. Consideration: £100.

[no title]  L6/70-1  Easter Term 1584

Contents:
Indentures of fine relating to L6/68-9

[no title]  L6/72  27 Nov. 1622

Contents:
Grant from James I, with the advice of the Master and Council of the Court of Wards and Liveries to William Johnson of Bulkington, yeoman, of the wardship of Richard Townesende, son and heir of Richard Townesende of Bulkington, yeoman, deceased. With extent of the lands of the said Richard Townesende yeoman, deceased, attached.

[no title]  L6/73  17 May 1631

Contents:
Writ addressed to the Escheator of Warwickshire ordering him to take into the king's hands a close called Furryes close in Weston in Arden, late belonging to Richard Townsend, yeoman, deceased, during the minority of Richard Townesend, his son.

[no title]  L6/74  3 Oct. 1639

Contents:
Bargain and sale from Richard Townesend of Ryton in Bulkington, yeoman, to William Vale of Coventry, clothier, of a messuage, a close called Wolvershill and a virgate of land in Ryton in Bulkington.

[no title]  L6/75  3 Oct. 1639

Contents:
Bond from Richard Townesend of Ryton and Francis Oneley of Alderways [?Alrewas], Staffs., butcher and Elizabeth, his wife, to William Vale of Coventry, clothier, to secure performance of a conveyance to the said William Vale of property as in L6/74, in the penal sum of £400.

[no title]  L6/76  8 Feb. 1648/9

Contents:
Feoffment from William Vale of Coventry, clothier to Thomas Chambers of Coventry, clothier, and Joseph Chambers of the same, clothier, of a messuage, a close called Wolvershill croft, one yardland in the tenure of John Lowe, and orchard called Wheelers orchard and another quarter of a yardland all in Ryton in hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/77  2 Dec. 1629

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from William Vale of Coventry clothier to William Tayler the younger of Ryton in Bulkington, husbandman, of a messuage with 4 bays, and 5 bays of barns, and one yardland in Bulkington. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £15 10s.

[no title]  L6/78  20 Dec. 1651

Probate missing.

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 20 Dec. 1651 of Richard Brent of Long Compton, gent., includes property in Bulkington.

[no title]  L6/79  1 June 1666

Damaged by rodents and part missing.

Contents:
Gift from William Vale of Coventry, citizen, clothier and alderman, Bridget, his wife, John Vale, clerk, his son and heir, Sarah wife of John Vale and Joseph Essex of Fillongley, clerk, and Sarah, his wife, daughter of the said William and Bridget, to John Boun of Coventry, gent., and Francis Cater of the same, mercer, of a messuage, a croft called Wolvershill croft and a virgate of land, all in Ryton, in the tenure of William Taylor, the younger.
Consideration: £300.

[no title]  L6/80  2 July 1666

Damaged by rodents and parts missing.

Contents:
Quitclaim from Francis Cater of Coventry, mercer, to John Boun of Coventry, gent., his brother-in-law, of property as in L6/79, for which the name of the said Francis Cater had been used in trust.

[no title]  L6/81  ?Michaelman Term 1668

Damaged by mildew and partially illegible.

Contents:
Indenture of fine between John Edun, gent., and Francis Cater, pls., and John Smart, gent., and others, defs., of a messuage, garden and lands in Ryton in Bulkington.

[no title]  L6/82  8 July 1719

Contents:
Agreement between George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and Jonathan Dixon of Ryton in Bulkington, husbandman, concerning the sale by the said George to the said Jonathan of a messuage and lands in Ryton leased by the said Jonathan from the said George, for the sum of £900.

[no title]  L6/83-5  23 Jan. 1767

Contents:
Conveyance, with two counterparts, from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., surviving son and heir of Fulk Lucy, esq., deceased, and Edward Lucy of Barley End in Ivinghoe, Bucks., clerk to Thomas Brown of Grays Inn, London, gent., of a messuage and 57 acres in Ryton in Bulkington, recently inclosed, and rents (listed) from lands in Stoneleigh, Binley, Barford, Lapworth, Packwood and Henley-in-Arden, being a deed to create a tenant to the praecipe for a recovery to be suffered to the use of the said George Lucy.

Charlecote: Manors etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/86  12 June 1658

Contents:
Counterpart of a covenant between Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Edward Smith of the Middle Temple, London, esq., to suffer a recovery of the manors of Charlecote, Hampton Lucy, Thelsford, Hatton, Cherrington and Fulbrook, Fulbrook Park, and messuages and lands in Charlecote, Hampton Lucy, Thelsford, Hatton, Cherrington, Fulbrook and Alveston, the rectory of Charlecote and the advowsons of Hampton Lucy and Cherrington, to the use of the said Richard Lucy.

[no title]  L6/87  25 June 1658

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery by single vouchee between Edward Smith, esq., and Richard Lucy, esq., of property as in L6/86.

[no title]  L6/88-91  17 and 18 May 1680

Contents:
Lease and release, with counterparts, the release being a mortgage from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Maria Margaretta Sydenham of St. Andrews, Holborn, Middlesex, spinster, and another, of messuages in Charlecote, the rectory of Charlecote, with lands (described with field names) in Charlecote, Hampton Lucy, Claverdon, Packwood and Henley-in-Arden.

[no title]  L6/92-4  13 and 14 Dec. 1680

Contents:
Lease and release, with counterpart of release, the release being an assignment of mortgage from Maria Margaretta Sydenham of St. Andrews, Holborn, Middlesex, spinster, and another, by the direction of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Corrance of St. Martins in the Fields, Middlesex, esq., and another, and their trustees, of property as in L6/88-91

[no title]  L6/95-7  13 and 14 Dec. 1680

Contents:
Lease and release, with counterpart of release, the release being a mortgage from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Courrance of St. Martins in the Fields, Middlesex, esq., and another, of property as in L6/88-91.

[no title]  L6/98  14 Dec. 1680

Contents:
Receipt from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Courrance of St. Martins in the Fields, Middlesex, esq., for £7,000.

[no title]  L6/99  7 June 1690

Contents:
Receipt from John Courrance of St. Martins in the Fields, Middlesex, esq., to Sir Walter Plummer of Mitcham, Surrey, bart., for £8, 970 Os. 8½d., being the consideration named in a release of this date between the said John Courrance and Sir Walter Plummer and George Lucy of London, gent., Davenport Lucy of Henbury, Cheshire, esq., and others.

[no title]  L6/100  10 March 1690/1

Contents:
Covenant between George, Duke of Northumberland and Katherine, Duchess of Northumberland, formerly wife of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to levy a fine of all the manors, messuages and lands formerly belonging to the said Thomas Lucy, to secure repayment of certain sums of money, and for other uses recited.

[no title]  L6/101-2  Easter Term 1691

Contents:
Indentures of fine relating to L6/100.

[no title]  L6/103  3 Dec. 1691

Badly damaged by mildew and parts missing.

Contents:
Release from Sir Thomas Fowle of London.... to George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., of debts charged on the manor of Charlecote, upon receipt of £1,648 10s. 10d.

[no title]  L6/104  n.d. c. 1740

Contents:
Abstract of title 1676-1739 of George Lucy to the manors of Charlecote, Hampton Lucy, Hatton, Hunscote and Fulbrook together with lands in Charlecote and Fulbrook.

Charlecote: Beanam Farm.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/105  10 March 1710/11

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote esq., to Samuel Overton of Grovefield in Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of a messuage and lands being part of Great Baynham etc. (described with field names) in Charlecote, containing 160 acres. To hold for 20 years for the annual rent £157 16s. 6d.

[no title]  L6/106  16 Nov. 1742

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Fisher of Newbold Pacey, husbandman, of a messuage and lands called Beanam Farm in Charlecote. To hold for 11 years for the annual rent of £178 15a.

[no title]  L6/107  n.d. c. 1742

Contents:
Agreement between George Lucy of Charlecote, gent., on behalf of Thomas Lucy, esq., and John Fisher of Newbold Pacey, husbandman, concerning the lease to the said John of property as in L6/106.

[no title]  L6/108  28 Feb. 1754

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote esq., to George Willington of Thelsford in Charlecote, husbandman, of property as in L6/106
To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £178.

Charlecote: Coppington Farm.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/109  2 Feb. 1715/16

Contents:
Agreement between George Lucy of Charlecote, esq. and Thomas Webb of Leamington, husbandman, concerning the lease to the said Thomas Webb of Coppington Farm in Charlecote. To hold for 21 years for a rent (described) based on the acreage. With a survey of the farm made by James Fish, dated 8 Nov. 1716, endorsed.

[no title]  L6/110  4 Oct. 1736

Contents:
Articles of agreement between Frances Lucy of Charlecote, widow, on behalf of Thomas Lucy of the same, esq., and William Barker of Wasperton, gent., concerning the lease of Coppington Farm for the annual rent of £100.

[no title]  L6/111  1 May 1754

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote esq., to William Barker of Coppington in Charlecote, husbandman, of Coppington Farm. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £110.

[no title]  L6/112  11 Oct. 1776

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote esq., to Ann Barker of Charlecote, widow, and others, of Coppington Farm in Charlecote, and meadow called Boat Meadow in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 17 years for the annual rent of £130.

Charlecote: Hunscote Farm.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/113  19 Sept. 1701

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote esq., to William Prue of Charlecote, husbandman, of a messuage and closes called Moorehills containing 126 acres, an annual crop of hay growing on a meadow called Eleven Acres in Wellesbourne common meadow called Mickle meadow, and the third part of Sheep common on the said meadow from St. Bartholomew's Day [24 Aug.] to Lady Day [25 March] annually, all the said lands being in Charlecote. To hold for 19 years for the annual rent of £90, the said William to be free from all taxes on the same, excepting window and poll tax.

[no title]  L6/114-5  14 and 15 Jan. 1704/5

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and Mary his wife and others to John Parry of London, clerk, of property as in L6/113.
Consideration £1,800.

[no title]  L6/116-7  Hilary Term 1704/5

Contents:
Indentures of fine relating to L6/114-5

[no title]  L6/118  15 Jan. 1704/5

Contents:
Assignment from Dame Frances Bathhurst, widow of Sir Benjamin Bathhurst of London, knt., deceased, by the direction of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and the assignment from Thomas Gibson of London, gent., by the direction of the said Dame Francis Bathhurst and George Lucy to Richard Jenks of London, citizen and leather seller, and another, of various terms of years in property as in L6/113 in trust to attend the inheritance to the use of John Parry of London, clerk, and the release of the same from John Ward of Capesthorne, Cheshire, esq., and other, at the direction of the said George Lucy, and with the consent of the said Dame Frances Bathhurst to the said John Parry. Consideration: £1,800.

[no title or date]  L6/119

Contents:
Attested copy of L6/118. Attested: 18 February 1779.

[no title]  L6/120-2  24 and 25 Jan. 1704/5

Contents:
Lease and release, with counterpart of release, the release being a conveyance from Sir Robert Cotton of Hatley, Cambridgeshire, knt., and others, by the direction of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., brother and heir of Davenport Lucy of Henbury, Cheshire, esq., deceased, and others to John Ward of Capesthorne, Cheshire, esq., and another of the manors of Charlecote, Hampton Lucy, Fulbrook and Hunscote, Fulbrook park, and messuages and lands in the same and in Claverdon, Packwood, Henley-in-Arden, Lapworth, Whitley, Beaudesert, Wootton Wawen, Langley, Wolverton, Preston Bagot, Honiley, Alveston, Tiddington, Wellesbourne, Newbold Pacey and Barford, with the rectory of Charlecote and the advowsons of Charlecote, Hampton Lucy and Barford. To hold to the uses of a fine to be levied relating to the same, of which property as in L6/113 was to be held to the use of the said John Parry, and the rest was to be held to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/123-4  Hilary Term 1704/5

Contents:
Indentures of fine relating to L6/120-2

[no title]  L6/125  3 June 1717

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from John Parry of St. James Westminster, clerk, to William Prew of Charlecote, husbandman, of property as in L6/113, except the annual crop of hay in the meadow called Eleven acres and sheep common in the same. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £80.

[no title]  L6/126  1 Feb. 1737/8

Contents:
Attested copy of the probate copy of the will dated 7 July 1737 of John Parry of St. James, Westminster, clerk. Attested: 7 Oct. 1772.

[no title]  L6/127  3 May 1768

Contents:
Lease from John Parry of Clifford Chambers, gent., to Henry Dadley of Charlecote, yeoman, of a messuage called Hunscote Farm in Charlecote with lands called Moorhills in the same, together with hay on land called Eleven Acres in Wellesbourne Common meadow called Mickle Meadow and grazing rights in the same (described). To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £100.

[no title]  L6/128-9  22 and 23 Feb. 1773

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from John Parry of Clifford Chambers, gent., by the direction and appointment of John Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, esq., to Elizabeth Taylour of Shipston-on-Stour, widow, the said Elizabeth being mortgagee of the said John Venour for part of the purchase money for property as in L6/127. To hold to the use of the said John Venour upon repayment of the same.
Consideration: £3,700.

[no title]  L6/130  2 March 1778

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from John Venour of Wellesbourne Hastings, esq., to John Jordan of Hunscote in Charlecote yeoman, of property as in L6/127. To hold for 7 years for the annual rent of £130.

[no title]  L6/131  1780

Contents:
Abstract of title 1704-1780 to John Venour, esq. to property as in L6/127, intended to be conveyed to George Lucy, esq. With counsel's opinion dated 31 Aug. 1780.

[no title]  L6/132-3  1 and 2 Nov.1780

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Elizabeth Taylour of Shipston-on-Stour, widow, with the consent and direction of John Venour of Wellesbourne, esq., to George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., of property as in L6/127. Consideration:£3,435.

[no title]  L6/134-6  3 and 4 Nov.1780

Contents:
Lease and release, with counterpart of release, the release being a mortgage from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Partheriche of Clopton, esq., of property as in L6/127 and also a messuage called Bradshaws tenement in Hampton Lucy with lands in the same (described), to secure repayment of £3,000 with interest.

[no title]  L6/137  4 Nov. 1780

Contents:
Assignment from Samuel Bradley of Worcester, silversmith, and Charity, his wife, by the direction of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and John Partheriche of Clopton, esq., to Lister Dighton of Clifford Chambers, esq., of property as in L6/127 in trust for the said John Partheriche until a mortgage of £3,000 was repaid, and then in trust for the said George Lucy.

[no title]  L6/138  16 Oct. 1780

Contents:
Letters of administration granted to Charity Bradley of the goods of Thomas Keyte, deceased. Attached to L6/137.

[no title]  L6/139-140  3 and 4 Nov.1783

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Henry Courthop Campion of Danny in Sussex, esq., nephew and heir of John Partheriche of Clopton, esq., deceased, and Frances Partheriche of Clopton, widow of the said John, to George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., of property as in L6/127, formerly mortgaged by the said George Lucy to the said John Partheriche. Consideration: £3,000.

Charlecote: Hunscote Manor [Farm]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/141  9 May 1466

Contents:
Gift, with warranty, from Thomas Erdington, knt., Richard Neele, serjeant at law, Henry Juse, clerk, Thomas Everdon', Thomas Daddy, chaplain, Thomas Holden' and John Palmer to William Lucy, the younger, esq., of the manor of Hunstanescote with all lands, tenements, rents, etc. in the same. To hold for ever from the chief lords for due and customary services, the grantors appointing Richard Walker of Charlecote and Richard Kynne of Bisshopeshampton' attorneys to deliver Witnesses: Thomas Lucy, John Norwode, William Sergeaunt esqs., Thomas Copton, William Rose of Aldermaston, William Pruddon', Richard Walker of Charlecote and others.
Given 9 May 6 Edward IV.
Seals: 1. heraldic, red wax on tag; device: within a decorated quatrefoil, on a shield two lions passant; legend: defaced [seal of Erdington].
2. round, red wax on tag; device: a lion's head erased; legend: ?R neel.
3. oval, red wax on tag; device: ? a frog.
4. round, red wax on tag; device: a falcon preying on a duck.
5. round, red wax on tag; device: ?a lion passant, crowned: legend:
6. round, red wax on tag; device: a water bouget
7. round, red wax on tag, fragment; device: a stag couchant.
Endorsed: [In a 16th century hand]
Hunscot.

[no title]  L6/142  10 Oct. 1543

Contents:
Receipt from Edward Lyddyarde of Stoneleigh, formerly of Hunningham, gent., to William Lucy, esq., for £183 5s. being the purchase price of the capital messuage, farm and lands etc., called Hunscote, together with lands and tenements in Charlecote and Hunscote, which formerly belonged to George Moston, esq., deceased.

[no title]  L6/143  10 March 1710/11

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote esq., to Elizabeth Lucas of Hunscote, widow of Richard Lucas late of Pinley Abbey, husbandman, deceased, of a messuage in Hunscote with lands called the Barnground etc. (described with field names) in Hunscote, and meadow called Burylands meadow in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 16 years for the annual rent of £170.

[no title]  L6/144-6  10 and 11 Sept. 1714

L6/145 damaged by mildew and parts missing.

Contents:
Lease and release with counterpart of release, the release being a mortgage from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Anthony Cope, one of the younger sons of Sir John Cope the elder of Chelsea, Middlesex, bart., and Charles Cope, another of the younger sons of the said Sir John, of a newly erected messuage and barn in Hunscote, with lands being part of the Barnground etc.(described with field names) in the same, to secure repayment of £4,000 with interest.

[no title]  L6/147  16 Sept. 1714

Badly damaged by mildew and parts missing.

Contents:
Counterpart of assignment of mortgage from Benjamin Cater of London, merchant, at the request and appointment of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Sir John Cope the elder of Chelsea, Middlesex, bart., of the manor of Hunscote and messuages and lands in Hampton Lucy, with further assignment of the same to Sir John Cope the younger of Hamshill, Hampshire, knt., to attend the inheritance in trust for the said Sir John Cope the elder.

[no title]  L6/148  30 Nov. 1749

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote esq., to John Court of Hunscote, husbandman, of a messuage in Hunscote with lands being part of the Barnground etc. (described with field names) in Hunscote. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £157 6s.

[no title]  L6/149  27 Feb. 1768

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Samuel Lucas of Hunscote in Charlecote, yeoman, of a messuage called Hunscote Farm, lands formerly part of Bery lands in Hunscote, and meadow etc. (described) in Charlecote and Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £224.

[no title]  L6/150  ------ 1783

Names of parties, date etc., cut away.

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote esq., to [Samuel Lucas]. of a messuage and lands in Charlecote and Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £234.

Charlecote: hunscote: a messuage with lands called Barn Close etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/151  24 Mar.1708/9

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote esq., to Richard Casemore of Wedgnock Park, husbandman, of a messuage with lands being part of Barn Close etc. (described) in Hunscote. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £117.

[no title]  L6/152  7 Feb. 1754

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Hawkes the elder of Hampton Curlieu in Budbrook, yeoman, and John Hawkes the younger of Hunscote, yeoman, his son, of a messuage and farm in Hunscote, late in the tenure of Richard Casemore, deceased and then of the said leasees. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £126.

[no title]  L6/153  20 May 1772

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Hawkes of Hunscote in Charlecote, yeoman, of a messuage and farm in Hunscote. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £157.

Charlecote: Hunscote: miscellaneous deeds.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/154  18 July 1783

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Jordan of Hunscote, yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Hunscote, lately purchased by the said George Lucy from John Venour. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £130.

Charlecote: Little Hill Farm.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/155  30 Oct. 1721

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Jane Lucy of Charlecote, widow, to Thomas Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., of a farm called Little Hill Farm in Charlecote. To hold for 7 years for the annual rent of £50.

[no title]  L6/156  28 Feb. 1754

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to James Drury of the same, husbandman, of a messuage and lands called Little Hill in Charlecote. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £90.

[no title]  L6/157  -- April 1775

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to [James Drury] of a messuage and farm in Charlecote. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £115.

Charlecote: Mills  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/158  15 Dec. 1752

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Osborn of Charlecote, miller, of a messuage and water corn mills called Charlecote mills with meadow called Mill meadow etc. (described) in Charlecote, with woodland lately cut down called the Island in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £104.

[no title]  L6/159  5 Aug. 1772

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy, esq., to John Osborn, the elder, Edward Osborn and William Osborn, all of Charlecote, of a messuage and water corn mills with lands in Charlecote, and a messuage and lands in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £167 10s.

Charlecote: The Whitehouse  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/160  21 Aug. 1721

Contents:
Lease from Richard Boyse of Berkswell, clerk, to William Lucy of Charlecote, esq., of a messuage called the Whitehouse and lands (described) in Charlecote. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £11.

Charlecote: a messuage with lands called Goston etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/161  29 Sept. 1873

Badly damaged by damp and rodents.

Contents:
Lease from Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Edward Lord of Wasperton, gent., of a messuage and lands called Goston, meadow land in Mealesmore, meadow in the common meadow called Mussle meadow etc. (described) and 6 yardlands in the common fields of Charlecote and 1 acre of land in Wellesbourne Hastings. To hold for 99 years for the annual rent of £30. Consideration: £400.

[no title]  L6/162  25 Mar. 1696

Contents:
Assignment of lease from Hannah Lord of Warwick, widow, and another, executors of the will of Edward Lord of Wasperton, gent., deceased, to George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., of property as in L6/161. To hold for the remainder of the said term to the said George Lucy. Consideration: £250.

Charlecote: a messuage with lands called Hill Furlong, etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/163  30 Jan.1701/2

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Somner of Charlecote, husbandman, of a messuage with lands called Hill Furlong (described with field names)containing about 159 acres in Charlecote. To hold for 12 years for the annual rent of £100.

[no title]  L6/164  25 March 1708

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote esq., to John Somner of Charlecote, esq., of a property as in L6/163. To hold for 10 years for the annual rent of £100.

[no title]  L6/165  25 Aug. 1714

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Harris the elder of Charlecote, husbandman, of property as in L6/163. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £107.

[no title]  L6/166  1 Sept. 1716

Contents:
Assignment of lease from John Harris the elder of Charlecote, husbandman, with the consent of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Harris the younger, of property as in L6/163. To hold for the remainder of the said term.

[no title]  L6/167  14 July 1722

Contents:
Mortgage from William Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Dorothy Blackford of Berkswell, widow, of property as in L6/163. To secure repayment of £1,000.

[no title]  L6/168  31 July 1725

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Dorothy Blackford of Berkswell, widow, with the direction and consent of the Hon. William Bromley of Baginton, esq., and others, trustees created by a settlement made by the Rev. William Lucy of Charlecote, deceased, to Francis Gwynne of Llansannor, Glamorgan, esq., and another, of property as in L6/163.
Endorsed with an assignment, dated 13 May 1727, of the same to the Hon. Anne Leigh of Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire.

[no title]  L6/169  18 Dec. 1734

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from the Hon. Charles Leigh of Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, esq., executor of the will of the Hon. Anne Leigh of the same, deceased with the direction and consent of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, nephew and heir of the Rev. William Lucy of Charlecote, deceased, to James Wright of Warwick, gent., of property as in L6/163.

[no title]  L6/170  29 March 1739

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from James Wright of Warwick gent., by the direction and consent of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Jane Huband of the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, Middlesex, spinster, of property as in L6/163.

[no title]  L6/171  7 Nov. 1743

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Jane Huband of the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, Middlesex, spinster, with the consent of Robert Henley of the Inner Temple, London, esq., to Godfrey Clerk and William Mabbott of the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, esqs, of a messuage in Fulbrook and 15 closes called Fulbrook park or farm, together with property as in L6/163. To hold to the uses of a settlement to be made previous to the marriage of the said Jane Huband and Robert Henley.

[no title or date]  L6/172

Contents:
Attested copy of L6/171. Attested: 27 February 1747/8

[no title]  L6/173  7 Nov. 1743

Contents:
Attested copy of articles of agreement made between Jane Huband of the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, Middlesex, spinster, with the consent of Robert Henley of the Inner Temple, London, esq., and Godfrey Clerk and William Mabbott of the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, esqs, being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said Jane Huband and Robert Henley, whereby the said Godfrey and William were to hold property in Ipsley and elsewhere in Warwickshire, which the said Jane inherited as sister and co-heir of Sir John Huband of Ipsley, bart., deceased, and several sums of money charged on the estates of Thomas Lucy, esq., in trust for uses recited. Attested: 21 July 1746

[no title or date]  L6/174

Contents:
Attested copy of L6/173. Attested: 16 December 1747.

[no title]  L6/175  7 Dec. 1747

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Godfrey Clarke and William Mabbott of the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, Middlesex, esqs, at the direction of Robert Henley of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, esq., and Jane his wife, with the consent of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., brother and heir of Thomas Lucy of the same, esq., deceased, to Margaret Underhill of Hampton Lucy, spinster, of property as in L6/163.

[no title]  L6/176  27 April 1748

Contents:
Acknowledgement by Margaret Underhill, spinster that she would produce L6/171 for the use and benefit of Thomas Bree of Warwick, gent.

[no title]  L6/177  21 Dec. 1784

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from John Canning of Loxley, yeoman, and Sarah his wife, the said Sarah being executrix of the will of Margaret Underhill of Loxley, spinster, deceased, at the request, direction and appointment of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and for £1,000 paid by the said George Lucy to the said John and Sarah Canning, to Lister Dighton of Clifford Chambers, esq. of property as in L6/163, in trust to attend the inheritance, to the use of the said George Lucy.

Charlecote: a messuage with lands called Home closes etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/178  25 March 1711

Contents:
Lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Henry Willes of Charlecote, gent., of a messuage in Charlecote with lands called Home closes etc. (described with field names). To hold for 10 years for the annual rent of £126.

[no title]  L6/179  25 March 1721

Contents:
Lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Henry Willes of Charlecote, gent., of property as in L6/178. To hold for 12 years for the annual rent of £126.

Charlecote: a messuage with lands called Thelsford close etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/180  1 Feb. 1745/6

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to George Wallington of Charlecote, yeoman, of a messuage in Charlecote with lands called Thelsford close etc. (described with field names). To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £160.

[no title]  L6/181  11 Feb. 1765

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to George Wallington of Charlecote, yeoman, of property as in L6/180. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £160.

[no title]  L6/182  12 April 1783

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to George Wallington of Charlecote, yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Charlecote. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £160.

Charlecote: miscellaneous deeds.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/183  c.1250

Contents:
Gift, with warranty, from Philip de Clyue to Robert Godhyne of Welsburne, for his service, of all the land in Chorlecote with appurtenances which the grantor held or ought to hold in the right of his mother Eugenie from the land of William Gerard. To hold from the grantor freely both within and without the will, rendering annually to the chief lord 10d. at Lady Day and Michaelmas in equal portions for ever in lieu of all secular services. Witnesses: Richard de Wrochushul' then steward of Sir Peter de Monteforti, John Curstayn, William Waleyn, Nicholas de Northfolk, Robert de Welesburne, clerk, William de Homine, Robert Pichun and many others.
Consideration: 8 marks.
Seal: round, green wax on tag; device: a decorated fleur de lys; legend: + S'PHIL[LIPI] 'DE' CLEVE.
Endorsed: [In a late 13th century hand] de terra de Cherlekot'

[no title]  L6/184  10 Mar.1658/9

Damaged and parts missing.

Contents:
Lease from Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to the Hon. Richard Hampden, Lord Hampden of Hampden, Buckinghamshire, and others, of property (described with field names) in Charlecote, Hampton Lucy, Claverdon, Packwood and Henley-in-Arden. To hold for 80 years if the Hon. Thomas Arundell, esq., son of the Rt. Hon. Henry Lord Arundell of Wardour Castle, Wiltshire, and Margaret his wife, formerly wife of Robert Lucy, brother of the said Richard, lived so long, for a peppercorn rent.

[no title]  L6/185-6  11 Mar.1658/9

Contents:
Demise, with counterpart, from Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and others, to William Moore of the Middle Temple, London, esq., and others, of property as in L6/184. To hold for a term of 70 years to begin at the end of the term of 80 years in L6/184.

[no title]  L6/187-8  14 Mar.1658/9

Contents:
Lease, with counterpart, from the Hon. Richard Hampden, Lord Hampden of Hampden, Buckinghamshire and others, to Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., of property as in L6/184. To hold for 79 years, 11 months and 20 days for the annual rent of £600, upon conditions as in L6/184.

[no title]  L6/189-90  14 Mar.1658/9

Contents:
Lease, with counterpart, from William Moore of the Middle Temple, London, esq., and others, to Richard Lucy, of Charlecote, esq., of property as in L6/184. To hold for 69 years, 11 months and 20 days for the annual rent of £600, upon conditions as in L6/184.

[no title]  L6/191  16 Mar.1662/3

Damaged by rodents and parts missing.

Contents:
Lease from Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Richard Hinton and Robert Sandys of the same, husbandmen, of a pasture called the park, adjoining the mansion house of the said Richard Lucy, excepting the trees growing in the same. To hold for 4 years for the annual rent of £40.

[no title]  L6/192  29 Sept.1673

Very badly damaged by damp and rodents, and parts missing.

Contents:
Lease from Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Francis Warner of Wasperton, gent., of a barn and lands in Charlecote. To hold for 99 years for the annual rent of £40. Consideration: £120.

[no title]  L6/193  20 Dec. 1679

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote esq., to Francis Warner of Wasperton, gent., of lands called two parts of the park, with pools in the same in Charlecote, excepting timber rights. To hold for 6 years for the annual rent of £33.

[no title]  L6/194  19 Sept. 1680

Damaged by rodents.

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote esq., to Henry Herritage of Charlecote, yeoman, of a meadow called Nasons Nockee in Charlecote. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £8.
Memorandum endorsed that the said Henry was to dispose his votes for the election of knights of the shire as the said Thomas Lucy should direct him.

[no title]  L6/195  9 Oct. 1695

Contents:
Lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Richard Sauery of the same, husbandman, of a messuage and closes called Hamstead close, Dovehouse Close, etc. (described) and a meadow called the Nooks in Charlecote. To hold for 12 years for the annual rent of 20s. for every acre of land in the said closes, and £8 for the said meadow, detailed provision being made for the tilling, marling and ditching of the said lands, and the parties agreed that Mr. James Fish of Warwick should measure the same, and that they would accept his measurement.

[no title]  L6/196-7  10 Mar.1710/11

Damaged by rodents and parts missing.

Contents:
Lease, with counterpart, from George Lucy of Charlecote esq., to John Harris of Charlecote, husnabdman, of a messuage with lands, lately part of Charlecote common field etc. (described with field names) in Charlecote. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £120.

[no title]  L6/198  25 Aug. 1714

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote esq., to John Harris, the elder, of the same, gent., of lands called Heath furlong etc. (described with field names) in Charlecote. To hold for 20 years for the annual rent of £26.

[no title]  L6/199  29 Sept. 1722

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from the Rev. William Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Bruce of Charlecote, blacksmith, of a messuage and smith's shop with a close called Buttons close in Charlecote. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £5.

[no title]  L6/200  4 July 1743

Contents:
Counterpart of articles of agreement made between George Lucy of Charlecote, esq on behalf of his brother Thomas Lucy of the same, esq., and Robert Jones of Charlecote, husbandman, concerning the lease to the said Robert Jones of a messuage and lands in Charlecote. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £120.

[no title]  L6/201  1 Aug. 1761

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote esq., to John Court, the younger, of Wellesbourne, yeoman, and others of a messuage and farm, late in the tenure of John Moore, in Charlecote. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £120.

[no title]  L6/202  11 Feb. 1765

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Robert Jones of Charlecote, yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Charlecote. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £131.

[no title]  L6/203  1 Jan. 1779

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Robert Jones of Charlecote, gent., of a messuage and lands in Charlecote. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £150.

[no title]  L6/204  12 April 1782

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Court of Charlecote, the younger, yeoman, of a messuage and farm in Charlecote. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £140.

Cherrington  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/205  12 Mar.1328/9

Contents:
Demise, indented, with warranty, from William de Lucy knt., and lord of Cherlecote to Sir Robert de Syleby and Ralph his brother, of a messuage and 1 virgate of land with appurtenances which Thomas en le Lane and Sir John de Ablinton formerly held by the grantor in the will of Chiriton for the term of their lives. To hold to the said Robert and Ralph for the term of their lives rendering annually to the grantor 12s. 2¼d. at the four terms customary in the manor of Chiriton', suit of court at the manor of the grantor in Chiriton' at Michaelmas and Easter upon 8 days summons, and heriot upon the deaths of the said Robert and Ralph. Witnesses: Richard de Bibure of Chiriton, Robert his brother, Richard de Dundrope, Lawrence de Chiriton'. William le coupere and others. Given at Chiriton' Sunday on the feast of St. Gregory the Pope 3 Edward III.
Seal: tag
Endorsed: [in a contemporary hand] Carta terrettori de Cheriton

[no title]  L6/206  22 Sept.1600

Damaged by rodents and parts missing.

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, knt., to John Steele of Cherrington, miller, and Nicholas, his son, of a water-mill and pasture called Mill home with a quartern of land in Cherrington. To hold for the lives of the said John and Nicholas for the annual rent of 26s. 8d., the said John and Nicholas to render suit of court at the court baron of Cherrington upon due summons, to pay herriot of the best beast when due or £3 6s. 8d. in lieu, to keep the river clear through their grounds, to provide one bowman when the said Sir Thomas Lucy was commanded to serve the Queen, to observe the pains and orders of the court baron of Cherrington and to pay any fines imposed by the steward of the court for breaking the same, and to plant in the Mill home 60 ash trees and 60 stakes of willows. The said John and Nicholas to have the right to lopps from trees on the said property for the maintenance of the same. The said Sir Thomas Lucy appointing Richard Haull of Idlicote attorney to deliver seisin.

[no title]  L6/207  2 May 1632

Badly damaged.

Contents:
Exemplification of a fine between Richard Lucy, bart. John Hales, esq., Edward Gibbes, esq., James Prescott, gent., William Lawrence, gent., pls., and Thomas Lucy knt., and Alice his wife, defs., of the manors of Cherrington, Hampton Lucy, Sherborne, and Thelsford and 50 messuages, 10 cottages, 2 watermills, a dovecote, 50 gardens, 50 orchards, 1,800 acres of land, 200 acres of meadow, 600 acres of pasture, 40 acres of wood and 30s. rent in Cherrington, Hampton Lucy, Charlecote, Sherborne, Thelsford, Wellesbourne and Barford, the rectory of Charlecote, and the advowson of the church of Hampton Lucy. Also the manor of Huckford Middleton and 5 messuages, 5 cottages, 1 dovecote, 10 gardens, 200 acres of land, 50 acres of meadow, 200 acres of pasture, 20 acres of wood and 20s. rent in Huckford Middleton, Shropshire.

[no title]  L6/208  29 Aug.1682

Contents:
Counterpart of bargain sale and feoffment from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and Katherine his wife to Francis Sheldon of Abberton, Worcs., esq., of the manor of Cherrington with the advowson and a rent of £1 13s. 6d. lately reserved by the said Thomas Lucy out of several lands in the same. Consideration: £230.

[no title]  L6/209  18th century

Contents:
Memoranda relating to leases of lands in Cherrington 1650-1679.

Chilvers Coton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/210  18 Sept.1669

Damaged by rodents and parts missing.

Contents:
Counterpart of bargain sale and feoffment from Abraham Boune of Counden, gent., to German Pole of Radbourne, Derbyshire, esq., and others of a close called Rough close alias Rogers close with a barn etc. in Chilvers Coton, near a brook called Hensley Brook. To hold to uses recited. Consideration: £107 10s.

Claverdon  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/211  16 May 1578

Contents:
Declaration by Sir John Spencer of Althorp, Northants., knt., revoking a deed of trust relating to the manor, site, capital messuage and farm of Claverdon and the park there 'now beinge disparked', now to be held to the use of the said Sir John Spencer.

[no title]  L6/212  15 Nov. 1587

Contents:
Letters patent being a pardon for an alienation made by John Spencer, knt., of the manor, site and farm of Claverdon with Claverdon park.

[no title]  L6/213  24 April 1608

Damaged and parks missing.

Contents:
Bargain and sale from Thomas Browne, son and heir of George Browne of Claverdon, deceased, and others, to Oliver Dalton and Richard Rowley of Claverdon, gents., of messuages and lands (described with field names) in Claverdon.

[no title]  L6/214  10 Oct. 1608

Contents:
Quitclaim from Thomas Hobday of Claverdon, husbandman and Francis Hobday of Wootton Wawen, miller to Thomas Spencer of Claverdon, esq., and Thomas Spencer of Yarnton, Oxon., esq., son and heir of William Spencer of Yarnton, knt., of land called Kington close (described) in Claverdon.

[no title]  L6/215  11 Aug. 1681

Contents:
Counterpart of release being a conveyance from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to William Welch of Claverdon, yeoman, of lands called Cottswell close etc. (described with field names) in Claverdon. Consideration: £100.

[no title]  L6/216  11 Aug. 1682

Contents:
Counterpart of release, being a conveyance from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to William Welch of Claverdon, yeoman, of a close called Lucys close (described) in Claverdon. Consideration: £40.

Clifford Chambers etc  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/217  7 Oct. 1667

Contents:
Attested copy of an agreement between William Combe of Old Stratford, esq., Anna Maria, his wife, and James Prescott of Warwick, esq., and John Yardley of Warwick, gent., being a deed to create the said James and John tenants to the praecipe and to lead the uses of a recovery to be suffered of lands called Bigger Leys Rye piece, etc. (described) in Clifford Chambers and Bridgetown in Old Stratford, a messuage and lands in Drayton in Old Stratford, meadow land in Shottery in Old Stratford and fishing rights (described) in the R. Avon, also messuages and lands in Hidcote, Glos., Hampton Lucy and Packwood, a messuage, ½ yardland and the parsonage in Shotteswell, and messuages in Warwick, to the use of the said William Combe.

Coventry  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/218  23 Sept.1636

Damaged by damp and rodents and parts missing.

Contents:
Feoffment from Daniel Bowne of Coventry, gent., Thomas Robert of Weston-under-Wetherley, yeoman, and Elizabeth, his wife, formerly wife of John Bowne, gent., deceased, to Abraham Bowne of Coventry, gent., of a capital messuage called 'the Unicorne' alias 'the signe of the cocke' in the suburbs of Coventry with all lands and appurtenances. Consideration: £105.

[no title]  L6/219  7 Feb.1710/11

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Mary Boun of Finham in Stoneleigh, widow, with the direction of Matthew Hidson of Coventry, surgeon, to Joseph Cater of Coventry, gent., of a messuage on the west side of Bishop Street, Coventry, adjoining the city wall, a cottage and a newly erected messuage outside Bishop Gate at the west end of the garden of the said messuage, to secure repayment of £70 with interest.

Curdworth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/220  19 July 1651

Contents:
Counterpart of bargain and sale from William Purefoy of Caldecote, esq., and Edward Bowne of Coventry, gent., to Waldive Willington of Hurley, esq., of the annual rent of £35 17s. from the manor of Curdworth and a watermill in Saltley [in Aston] and the manor of Berwood [in Minworth] (described). Consideration: £313 13s. 9d.

Fillongley, etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/221  30 Feb.1638/9

Contents:
Feoffment from Thomas Wagstaffe of Warwick, esq., to William Colmore of Birmingham, esq., Edward Wagstaffe of Stratford-upon-Avon, gent., and Edward Owine, gent., of the manor of Metlyns and a capital messuage and lands belonging to the same, a messuage and lands in Hampton Lucy in the tenure of Alice Hawkes, widow, the rectory of Shotteswell with lands, etc., and ½ yardland in the same, a messuage and lands in Kent Street, Southwark, a messuage in Chancery Lane, London, and messuages in Warwick, in trust to sell the same to repay mortgages on the same, and then to repay the debts of the said Thomas Wagstaffe, the said Thomas Wagstaffe, also granting all his goods, chattels, cattle, household stuff, money, plate and jewels to help towards the same. Schedule of the debts of the said Thomas Wagstaffe, attached.

[no title]  L6/222  13 Sept. 1690

Contents:
Covenant between Thomas Green of Elmhurst, Staffs., yeoman, and Katherine his wife, Thomas Fromonds of Ryton in Bulkington, stockingmaker, and Hannah, his wife, Elizabeth Colledge of Long Lawford in Newbold-on-Avon, Henry Symms of Coundon, yeoman, and Alice, his wife, William Houghton of Coventry, card-maker and ironmonger, John Boun of Finham in Stoneleigh, gent., and Thomas Wall of Allesley, husbandman, being a covenant to lead the uses of a fine of a messuage in Metley End in Fillongley called Tedd alias Tedds with lands (described with field names), ¼ yardland in Ryton in Bulkington, and a coppice called Bonds Grove in Coundon. To hold to various uses recited.

Fulbrook: Fulbrook Park  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/223  11 Jan. 1609/10

Contents:
Letters patent being a grant to William Willoughby of Semers, Bucks., and William Brock of the Inner Temple, London, esq., of Fulbrook park, late in the possession of Francis Englefield, knt.

[no title]  L6/224  30 Mar. 1614

Contents:
Lease from Sir Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, knt., to Rowland Corbett of Claverdon, gent., of Fulbrook park containing c. 600 acres. To hold for 9 years for the annual rent of 10s.

[no title]  L6/225  1 Oct. 1615

Contents:
Assignment of lease from Sir Thomas Lucy, knt., of Charlecote and Rowland Corbett of Claverdon, gent., to Thomas Spencer of Claverdon, esq., and Richard Hale, of Charlecote, yeoman, of property as in L6/224.

[no title]  L6/226  1682

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Overton of Grovefields [in Hampton Lucy], yeoman, of part of Fulbrook park called Dobduct together with a building called the Old Deer Barn. To hold for 18 years.
Not executed.

[no title]  L6/227  21 Sept. 1682

Badly damaged by rodents and parts missing.

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Crescent Warner of Bearley, gent., of lands called... the Old park and Broad meadow in [Fulbrook]. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £60. Consideration: £250.

[no title]  L6/228  c.1702

Contents:
Abstract of title 1658-1702 to Mr. Lucy to the Old park, Colt park and Hobbins in Fulbrook.

Fulbrook: Fulbrook Farm.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/229  23 Feb. 1719/20

Contents:
Counterpart of release being a conveyance from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and Samuel Ham, servant, his trustee, to John Mead of Kensington, Middlesex, esq., in trust for Walter Kendall alias Colleton of Kensington, esq., of a messuage and lands called Fulbrook Farm and other lands (described with field names) in Fulbrook. Consideration: £6,372.

[no title]  L6/230  18 May 1721

Contents:
Conveyance from James Kendall of Hanover Square. Middlesex, esq., to Samuel Baldwin of the Middle Temple, London, gent., being a deed to create a tenant to the praecipe for a recovery to be suffered of two messuages, one called Fulbrook Farm with lands (described with field names) in Fulbrook.

[no title]  L6/231  29 Jan.1723

Contents:
Mortgage from the Rev. William Lucy of Charlecote to Richard Banner of Hamstead Hall, Handsworth, esq., of a messuage and lands containing 18 closes of arable and meadow land called Fulbrook park or farm, to secure repayment of £800 with interest.

[no title]  L6/232  18 Dec. 1734

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from the Hon. Charles Leigh of Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, executor of the will of the Hon. Ann Leigh of the same, deceased, by the direction of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., nephew and heir of the Rev. William Lucy of Charlecote, deceased, to James Wright of Warwick, gent., of property in L6/231.

[no title]  L6/233  29 Mar. 1739

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from James Wright of Warwick gent., by the direction of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Jane Huband of the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, Middlesex, spinster, of property as in L6/231.

[no title]  L6/234  30 Nov. 1747

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Godfrey Clarke and William Mabbott of the parish of St. George Hanover Square, Middlesex, esqs., at the request and direction of Robert Henley of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, esq., and Jane, his wife, and George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., brother and heir of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., deceased, to Thomas Bree of Warwick, gent., of property as in L6/231.

[no title]  L6/235  30 May 1751

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Thomas Bree of Warwick, clerk, and Elizabeth Bree of the same, spinster, executors of the will of Thomas Bree of Warwick, gent., deceased, with the direction of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Elizabeth Mallory of Woodcote in Leek Wootton, spinster, of property as in L6/231.

[no title]  L6/236  14 Dec. 1767

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Elizabeth Mallory formerly of Woodcote in Leek Wootton, then of Coleshill, spinster, by the direction and appointment of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to the Rev. John Blake of Charlecote, clerk, of property as in L6/231 to attend the inheritance in trust for the said George Lucy.

Fulbrook: a messuage with lands called Cockshutt Tome his close, etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/237  10 Mar.1658/9

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to the Hon. Richard Hampden, Lord Hampden of Hampden, Buckinghamshire and others, of lands in Fulbrook called Cockshott Tome his close etc. (described). To hold for 80 years if the Hon. Thomas Arundell, esq., son of the Rt. Hon. Henry Lord Arundell of Wardour Castle, Wiltshire, and Margaret his wife, formerly wife of Robert Lucy, brother of the said Richard, lived so long, for a peppercorn rent.

[no title]  L6/238-9  11 Mar. 1658/9

Contents:
Lease, with counterpart, from Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to William Moore of the Middle Temple, London, esq., and others, of property as in L6/237. To hold for a term of 70 years to begin at the end of the term of 80 years in L6/237.

[no title]  L6/240-1  14 Mar. 1658/9

Contents:
Lease, with counterpart, from the Hon. Richard Hampden, Lord Hampden of Hampden, Buckinghamshire and others to Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., of property as in L6/237. To hold for 79 years, 11 months and 20 days for the annual rent of £200, upon conditions as in L6/237.

[no title]  L6/242-3  14 Mar. 1658/9

Contents:
Lease, with counterpart, from William Moore of the Middle Temple, London, esq., and others to Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., of property as in L6/237. To hold for 69 years, 11 months and 20 days for the annual rent of £200, upon conditions as in L6/237.

[no title]  L6/244  14 Jan.1699/1700

Damaged by rodents and parts missing.

Contents:
Lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Cooper of Fulbrook, husbandman, of a messuage with lands called Cockshut etc. (described with field names) in Fulbrook. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £120.

[no title]  L6/245  6 April 1709

Contents:
Lease for a year from John Ward of Capesthorne, Cheshire, esq., and another to James Milner of London, merchant, and another, of lands called Cockshott, etc. (described with field names) in Fulbrook, previously conveyed by George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and another to the said John Ward, etc.

[no title]  L6/246-7  7 April 1709

Damaged by mildew and parts missing.

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage, with counterpart, from Dame Frances Bathhurst, widow and executrix of the will of Sir Benjamin Bathhurst of London, knt., deceased, by the direction of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Thomas Morice of London, esq., of lands called Cockshott etc. (described with field names) with a messuage built on the same in Fulbrook, to secure repayment of £2,000 with interest.

Fulbrook: miscellaneous deeds  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/248-9  25 Mar. 1708

Contents:
Lease, with counterpart, from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Richard Howes of Fulbrook, yeoman, of a messuage and lands called Plainfurlong etc. (described with field names) in Fulbrook, and lands called Foard meadow, excepting a dole called Warners dole in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 34 years for the annual rent of £102.

[no title]  L6/250  1 Jan. 1779

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Thomas Milbourn of Kinwarton, yeoman, of a messuage in Fulbrook. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £144.

[no title]  L6/251  9 June 1875

Contents:
Affidavit by William Avery of Yarningale Common, Claverdon, that he gave his daughter Ann Wesson of the same, a small piece of freehold land in Fulbrook, bequeathed to the said William by his sister Mary Golby.

[no title]  L6/252  7 Nov. 1875

Contents:
Receipt from George Wesson to H. Spencer, esq., for £6 for a piece of land at Sherbourne Hill in Fulbrook.

Hampton Lucy: Manors etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/253  13 Nov. 1507

Contents:
Lease, indented, with warranty, from Silvestro[de Gigli] bishop of Worcester to John Boteler' of Solihull; gent., of the site of the manor of Hampton alias Bisshop Hampton with all houses, buildings, closes, gardens and demesne lands etc., both in Grovefylde and without, and all pasture and pannage in the park of Hampton, excepting woods belonging to the lordship of Hampton and the advowson of the church. To hold from Michaelmas last for 80 years for the annual rent of 20 marks to be paid at Lady Day and Michaelmas in equal portions, the said John being excused repairs to the hall, rooms of the chapel and kitchen adjoining the hall during the said term, but to repair the other houses and buildings of the said manor as often as necessary during the said term, taking wood from the said park for housebote, ploughbote, haybote, cartebote, waynebote and firbote when necessary during the said term to be used on the said manor. The said John to pay the expenses of the bishop's steward relating to the said lands, and to take his receipts together with those relating to the said manor at the two annual views of frankpledge, provision being made for the distraint of the said manor of the said rent was unpaid or in arrears one month after the said terms, and for re-entry after four months beyond the said terms. Given 13 Nov. 23 Henry VII, and ratified by the Prior and Chapter of Worcester.
Seals: 1. oval, red wax on tag, part missing. Seal of Silvestrode Gigli v. V.C.H. Worcs,II, opp.p.36.
2. tag with traces of red wax.

[no title]  L6/254  20 June

Contents:
Assignment of lease from William Sheldon of Beoley, esq. to Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., of the manors of Hampton Lucy and Hatton with all lands, rights and appertenances, formerly leased by letters patent from the crown to John Swift, gent., in 1555, being part of the possessions of the late John, Duke of Northumberland, convicted of high treason, for 61 years for the annual rent of £33 15s. 3½d. Consideration: £140.

Hampton Lucy: Blackhills Farm  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/255  1 Feb. 1753

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Tidmarsh, the elder, of Northbrook in Fulbrook, husbandman, and John Tidmarsh, the younger of Blackhills in Hampton Lucy, husbandman, his son, of a messuage and farm called Blackhills (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £111 15s.

Hampton Lucy: Daisy Hill Farm  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/256  5 Aug. 1772

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Richard Cook of Daisy Hill in Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of a messuage and farm in Hampton Lucy and Fulbrook called Daisy Hill Farm. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £165.

Hampton Lucy: Grovefield Farm etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/257  25 Mar. 1696/7

Contents:
Memorandum of an agreement between George Lucy, esq., and Samuel Overton, husbandman, concerning the lease to the said Samuel of Grovefield Farm for the annual rent of 20s. per acre, the said George to erect 3 bays of building for threshing, a stable and for storing hay or corn, the old part of the dwelling house at Grovefield to be taken down etc. Also Cobdyke farm etc. Survey of Grovefield Farm by James Fish enclosed.

[no title]  L6/258  4 Sept. 1734

Contents:
Release being an assignment of mortgage from the Rt. Hon. Allan Lord Bathurst, Baron of Bettlesden, Beds. to Barbara Newman of Preston, Northants., spinster, of property as in L6/257 in the tenure of Samuel Overton, formerly mortgaged by George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., deceased, to Dame Frances Bathurst, widow, deceased and others by lease and release dated 26 and 27 February 1719/20.

[no title]  L6/259-60  15 and 16 Apr. 1736

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being an assignment of mortgage from the Rt. Hon. Allan Lord Bathurst, Baron of Bettlesden, Beds., and Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to James Wright of Warwick, esq., and another, of property as in L6/257.

[no title]  L6/261-2  28 and 29 Mar. 1739

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being an assignment of mortgage from James Wright of Warwick, esq., and another, by the direction of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Jane Huband of the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, Middlesex, spinster, of property as in L6/257.

[no title]  L6/263  8 Feb. 1742/3

Contents:
Agreement between George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., on behalf of Thomas Lucy of the same, esq., and Robert Welch of Budbrook, gent., concerning the lease to the said Robert of Grovefield Farm for the annual rent of £195.

[no title]  L6/264-5  6 and 7 Nov. 1743

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being an assignment of mortgage from Jane Huband of the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, Middlesex, spinster, with the consent of Robert Henley of the Inner Temple, esq., previous to the marriage of the said Jane and Robert, to Godfrey Clerk and William Mabbett of the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, esqs., of property as in L6/257, to hold to uses recited in L6/173.

[no title]  L6/266-7  18 and 19 July 1746

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being an assignment of mortgage from Godfrey Clerk and William Mabbett of the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, Middlesex, esqs., by the direction and appointment of Robert Henley of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, esq., and Jane his wife, and George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Knightley alias Wightwick, the younger, of Offchurch, esq., of property as in L6/257.

[no title]  L6/268  5 May 1773

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Robert Welch of Grovefield in Hampton Lucy, gent., of a messuage and farm called Grovefield Farm, land called Scar Hill and a messuage and farm called Kinnberleys Farm, all in Hampton Lucy, excepting lands called Rough Ground etc. (described). To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £110.

[no title]  L6/269-70  21 and 22 Nov. 1788

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a reconveyance from Thomas Wightwick Knightley of Offchurch, esq., cousin and heir of John Knightley alias Wightwick, esq., deceased, at the direction and appointment of Mary Wightwick of the same, spinster, cousin and one of the legatees of the said John, to the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, of property as in L6/257. Consideration: £2,000.

[no title]  L6/271  9 Aug. 1790

Contents:
Release being a receipt from Elizabeth Henderson of Middlewich, Cheshire, spinster, neice of the Rev. George Hammond, late of Hampton Lucy, esq., deceased, to John Lucy for £285. 14s. 3½d, being her share of £2,000 from messuages and lands called Grovefield Farm and Cobank alias Cobdyke Farm in Hampton Lucy, mortgaged by George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., deceased, to the said George Hammond in 1745.

[no title]  L6/272  16 Aug. 1809

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, to Joseph Russell of Grovefield in Hampton Lucy, farmer of Grovefield Farm in Hampton Lucy containing c. 260 acres to hold for 6½ years, paying £214. 10s. for the first six months and afterwards the annual rent of £429.

Hampton Lucy: Hampton meadow  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/273  10 Sept. 1630

Contents:
Bargain sale and feoffment from Thomas Godwyn of Tiddington, yeoman, to Sir Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, Knt., of a parcel of meadow ground in Hampton meadow in Hampton Lucy. Consideration: £7. 10s.

[no title]  L6/274  23 Oct. 1630

Contents:
Bargain sale and feoffment from Thomas Townesend of Alveston, yeoman, to Sir Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, Knt., of half an acre of meadow ground in Hampton meadow. Consideration: £7.

Hampton Lucy: Hatton manor etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/275-6  18 May 1676

Contents:
Mortgage with counterpart, from Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and Thomas Lucy, his son and heir, to trustees (listed) of Bridget Molineux, daughter of Robert Lucy, esq., deceased, wife of the Hon. William Molineux, esq., son of Sir Caryll Molineux, Bart., Lord Viscount Molineux of Maryburgh, Ireland, of the manors of Hatton and Hunscote with messuages and lands (described) in Hampton Lucy, to secure repayment of £10,000.

[no title]  L6/277-8  12 and 13 June 1678

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and Thomas Lucy, his son, to Thomas Percivall of Bernards Inn, London, gent., and another, of property as in L6/275, being a deed to create a tenant to the praecipe for a recovery to be suffered to the use of the said Richard Lucy.

[no title]  L6/279  19 June 1678

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery between Edward Wilson, gent., and Thomas Percivall, gent., and another, defs., with Richard Lucy, esq., as first vouchee, of property as in L6/278 etc.

[no title]  L6/280-1  13 June 1678

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage, with counterpart, from Richard Legh of Lyme, Cheshire, esq., and others, by the direction of Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., Thomas Lucy his son, the Rt. Hon. Sir Caryll Molineux, Bart., the Hon. William Molineux, esq., and Bridget his wife, daughter of Robert Lucy, esq., deceased, to Edward Atkyns of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, esq., and another, of property as in L6/278.

[no title or date]  L6/282

Contents:
Copy of L6/280.

[no title]  L6/283-4  14 Dec. 1680

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage, with counterpart, from Sir Edward Atkyns, Knt., and another, by the direction of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., John Courrance of St. Martins in the Fields, Middlesex, esq., and James Ward of London, esq., to Robert Napier of the Middle Temple, London, esq., and another, trustees of the said John Courrance and James Ward, of property as in L6/275.

[no title]  L6/285  7 May 1702

Contents:
Copy of assignment of mortgage from John Plumer of Blakesware, Herts., and another, by the direction of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and another, and at the nomination of Sir Benjamin Bathurst of London, Knt., to Thomas Gibson of London, gent., of the manor of Hatton in Hampton Lucy, the reputed manor of Hunscote and other lands in the same, to hold to the use of the said Sir Benjamin in trust to attend the inheritance.

[no title]  L6/286-7  26 and 27 June 1711

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being an assignment of mortgage from Dame Frances Bathurst of the parish of St. James Westminster, Middlesex, widow, by the direction of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to the Hon. James Newport of the parish of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, esq., of the manor of Hatton and lands etc. (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy.

[no title]  L6/288-9  12 and 13 Dec. 1718

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being an assignment of mortgage from the Rt. Hon. Thomas Lord Torrington, by the direction of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Thomas Lutwych of the Inner Temple, London, esq., of property as in L6/287.

[no title]  L6/290  13 Dec. 1718

Contents:
Bond to secure performance of covenants as in L6/289.

[no title]  L6/291  13 Dec. 1718

Contents:
Demise from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Richard Harcourt of the Inner Temple, esq., of property as in L6/289, in trust for the said Thomas Lutwych.

[no title]  L6/292-3  13 and 14 July 1733

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being an assignment of mortgage from Thomas Lutwyche of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, esq., to the Governor and Company of Merchants trading to the South Seas, of property as in L6/275.

[no title]  L6/294  14 July 1733

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Thomas Brown of the Inner Temple, London, esq., executors of the will of Richard Harcourt of the same, esq., deceased, by the direction and appointment of Thomas Lutwyche of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, esq., and the Governor and Company of the South Sea Company to Conrad de Golls, esq., and another, both of the said Company, of the manor of Hatton with messuages and lands (described with field names).

[no title]  L6/295  24 June 1735

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Conrad de Golls, esq., and another, both of the South Sea Company, by the direction and consent of the said Company, and by the appointment of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to James Wright of Warwick, gent., of property as in L6/294.

[no title]  L6/296-7  23 and 24 June 1735

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being an assignment of mortgage from the Governors and Company of the South Sea Company, by the direction and appointment of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and James Wright of Warwick, gent., to Thomas Prew of Leamington Spa, esq., and others, property as in L6/294. To hold for trusts and uses recited.

[no title]  L6/298  24 Dec. 1735

Contents:
Declaration by Thomas Wright of Warwick, gent., that in consideration of £3,060 paid to him by Francis Smith of Warwick, gent., that the assignment of mortgage i.e. L6/296-7 was now to be held to the use of the said Francis Smith.

[no title]  L6/299-300  23 and 24 June 1743

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being an assignment of mortgage from Thomas Prew of Leamington Priors, esq., at the direction of James Wright of Warwick, gent., and William Smith of Warwick, gent., administrator of the will of Francis Smith of Warwick, gent., deceased, his father, and at the nomination of Richard Shuckburgh of Bourton-on-Dunsmore, clerk, to Charles Wheler of Warwick, esq., of property as in L6/294, in trust for the said Richard Shuckburgh, and for other uses recited.

[no title or date]  L6/301

Contents:
Contemporary copy of L6/300.

[no title]  L6/302-3  24 June 1743

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage, with counterpart, from James Wright of Warwick, gent., by the direction and appointment of William Smith of Warwick, gent., administrator of the will of Francis Smith of Warwick, gent., deceased, his father, and at the request of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Richard Shuckburgh of Bourton-on-Dunsmore, esq., of property as in L6/294.

[no title]  L6/304  24 June 1743

Contents:
Receipted schedule of title deeds relating to the manor of Hatton in Hampton Lucy, the estate of Thomas Lucy, esq., mortgaged to Richard Shuckburgh, esq.

[no title]  L6/305  31 July 1759

Contents:
Copy of the will of Richard Shuckburgh of Bourton-on-Dunsmore.

[no title]  L6/306  4 June 1763

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Catherine Shuckburgh of Bourton-on-Dunsmore, widow, executrix of the will of Richard Shuckburgh of the same, esq., deceased, to Henry Archer late of Weatheroak Hill, then of Hale, Wilts., esq., and Francis Wheler of the Inner Temple, London, esq., trustees named in the will of the said Richard Shuckburgh of property as in L6/294.

[no title]  L6/307  10 Feb. 1768

Contents:
Letters of administration granted to Edward Wheler of the will of Charles Wheler of St. Mary's Warwick, deceased, his uncle, formerly granted to Frances Wheler, widow of the said Charles, now also deceased.

[no title]  L6/308  19 April 1768

Contents:
Counterpart of assignment of mortgage from Francis Wheler of the Inner Temple, London, esq., with the consent of John Shuckburgh of Bourton-on-Dunsmore, esq., and at the request of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Mills, rector of Barford, clerk, of property as in L6/294.

[no title]  L6/309  19 April 1768

Contents:
Counterpart of assignment of mortgage from Sir William Wheler of Leamington Hastings, bart., with the consent of John Shuckburgh of Bourton-on-Dunsmore, esq., and by the direction of Francis Wheler of the Inner Temple, London, esq., and at the nomination of the Rev. John Mills, to William Throckmorton Bromley of Baginton, esq., of property as in L6/294. To hold in trust for the said Rev. John Mills and for other uses recited.

[no title]  L6/310  19 April 1768

Contents:
Abstract of deeds 1708-1768 reciting to the manor of Hatton in Hampton Lucy belonging to George Lucy, esq., in the possession of the Rev. John Mills.

Hampton Lucy: Hatton Rock Farm  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/311  7 Feb. 1754

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote esq., to Jonathan Wild of Hatton Rock in Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of a messuage with lands called Hatton Rock Grounds etc. (described with field names) in Hatton and Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £40.

[no title]  L6/312  1 Feb. 1782

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Barran of Hatton Rock in Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of messuages and lands called Hatton Rock Farm and Ninevah Farms in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £220. 10s.

Hampton Lucy: Hatton a messuage with lands called Pool closes etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/313-4  14 Oct. 1723

Contents:
Lease, with counterpart from the Rev. William Lucy of Charlecote, to Mary Dennett of Hatton, widow, and Samuel Dennett, her son, of a messuage in Hatton with lands called Pool closes etc. (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £130.

[no title]  L6/315  2 Feb. 1743/4

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., on behalf of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Samuel Dennett of Hatton in Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of a messuage and lands in Hatton. To hold for 11 years for the annual rent of £130.

[no title]  L6/316  1 Jan. 1753

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Samuel Dennett of Hatton in Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of property as in L6/315. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £130.

Hampton Lucy: Hatton a messuage with lands called the Upper Part of Broom Hill etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/317  1 June 1717

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Trolly of Hatton, yeoman, of a messuage with lands called the Upper part of Broom Hill etc. (described with field names) in Hatton. To hold for 20 years for the annual rent of £115.

[no title]  L6/318-9  25 March 1728

Contents:
Assignment of lease, with counterpart, from Frances Lucy, widow, administratrix of the will of John Trolley of Hatton, yeoman, deceased, during the minority of John Trolley, his son, to John Kimnill of Hatton, yeoman, of property as in L6/317, to hold for the remainder of the said term. Consideration: £5.

Hampton Lucy: The Lodge  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/320  1 Jan. 1753

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Richard Cooke of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of a messuage called the Lodge with lands called Great Hill etc. (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £107.
Consideration: "one broad peice of gold".

Hampton Lucy: Lower Ingon etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/321  15 June 1719

Contents:
Release being a conveyance from Hugh Clopton of Stratford-upon-Avon, esq., and others [including George Harris of Grafton Flyford, Worcs. clerk] to Thomas Lees of Wolverton, clerk, and John Scullard of Grafton Flyford, clerk, of messuage and lands (described), including messuages and lands in Snitterfield, Ingon in Hampton Lucy and Wolverton. To hold to the use of the said George Harris and to other uses recited.

[no title]  L6/322  8 Nov. 1720

Contents:
Attested copy of the will dated 10 Aug. 1719 of George Harris of Grafton Flyford, Worcs. clerk, rector of Grafton Flyford, including a bequest of lands to his nephew and executor John Scullard including farms in Snitterfield and a farm called Lower Ingon in Hampton Lucy. Proved: 8 Nov. 1720. Attested: 22 July 1777.

[no title]  L6/323  21 Feb. 1744/5

Contents:
Copy of the probate copy of the will dated 5 May 1743 of the Rev. John Scullard, rector of Frankton, referring to an estate called Ingon in Hampton Lucy and messuages and lands in Snitterfield (described).

[no title]  L6/324  17 June 1752

Contents:
Mortgage from George Scullard of Richmond, Surrey, esq., to Beatrix Shaw of Ipswich, Suffolk, widow, of a barn etc. and lands (described), being part of lands called Lower Ingon in Hampton Lucy, a messuage and a quarter of a yard land (described) in Wolverton, and 3 messuages and lands (described) in Snitterfield, to secure repayment of £450. Endorsed with assignment of mortgage from Beatrix Shaw, with the consent and direction of George Scullard of the Inner Temple, London, esq., only son and heir of George Scullard, deceased, and at the nomination of William Berkley of the parish of St. Anne, Westminster, esq., and another, to Thomas Pennant of Downing near Holywell, Flint, esq., and another, of the said property, to hold in trust to attend the inheritance and for other uses recited. 25 February 1763.

[no title]  L6/325  19 June 1752

Contents:
Release from Elizabeth Jacques, neice of John Scullard of Frankton, clerk, deceased, to George Scullard, brother of the said John, for £400 under the will charged on messuages and lands in Snitterfield and at Ingon in Hampton Lucy.

[no title]  L6/326  29 Dec. 1755

Contents:
Attested copy of the probate of the will dated 21 February 1755 of George Scullard of Richmond, Surrey, gent., includes reference to property in Warwickshire. Proved: 29 December 1755. Attested: 25 July 1777.

[no title]  L6/327  7 Feb. 1761

Contents:
Attested copy of the release from George Scullard of the Inner Temple, London, esq., to Thomas Pennant of Downing near Holywell, Flint, esq., and another, of property in Essex and Surrey and messuages and lands as in L6/324. To hold to uses recited. Attested: 22 July 1771.

[no title]  L6/328  27 June 1774

Contents:
Attested copy of the appointment of George Scullard of the Inner Temple, London, esq., and Hester Wade Scullard, his wife, of William Gapper of the Inner Temple, London, esq., and another, as trustees in the place of Thomas Pennant of Downing, near Holywell, Flint, esq., and another, of property as in L6/327. To hold to uses recited. Attested: 15 September 1777.

[no title]  L6/329  8 Feb. 1777

Contents:
Copy of the probate copy of the will dated 28 Nov. 1775 of George Scullard of Pindell Court, Bletchingley Surrey, esq., Proved: 8 Feb. 1777

[no title]  L6/330  25 June 1777

Contents:
Lease for a year from Hester Wade Scullard, widow of George Scullard of the Inner Temple, London, esq. deceased and others to John Azelwood of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of a barn, stables and lands called Pool ground etc. (described) being part of lands called Lower Ingon in Hampton Lucy, being a lease to transfer possession.

[no title]  L6/331  15 July 1777

Contents:
Attested copy of exemplification of the proofs and proceedings in the Court of Chancery to establish the will of the late George Scullard, esq., against his heir at law. Attested: 25 July 1777.

[no title]  L6/332  26 July 1777

Contents:
Release being a conveyance from Hester Wade Scullard widow of George Scullard of the Inner Temple, esq., deceased, and others to John Azelwood of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of a barn etc. and lands called Mudwall alias Mudhill barn close etc. (described) formerly part of lands called Lower Ingon. Consideration: £1,772. 18s.

[no title]  L6/333  13 Aug. 1779

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 22 Oct. 1778 of John Azelwood of Hampton Lucy, yeoman. Proved: 13 Aug. 1779.

[no title]  L6/334  14 May 1781

Contents:
Release from John Holtham of Tanworth, yeoman, to Ann Azelwood, widow of John Azelwood of Ingon in Hampton Lucy, yeoman, deceased, and Richard Azelwood his son, for £20 received under the will of the said John Azelwood.

[no title]  L6/335  22 Sept. 1785

Contents:
Bond from Richard Azelwood of Ingon in Hampton Lucy, yeoman, to William Eaves, gent., and others, all of Stratford-upon-Avon, to secure repayment of £500.

[no title]  L6/336  1 Nov. 1785

Contents:
Agreement between Richard Azelwood of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, only son of John Azelwood of the same, yeoman, deceased, John Ward of the same, yeoman, and Hannah, his wife, daughter of the said John Azelwood, and Thomas Taylor of Stratford-on-Avon, joiner, being a covenant to levy a fine on property as in L6/330 to the use of the said Richard Azelwood.

[no title]  L6/337-8  Michaelmas Term 1785

Contents:
Indentures of fine relating to L6/336.

[no title]  L6/339  22 Dec. 1785

Contents:
Mortgage from Richard Azelwood of Ingon, Hampton Lucy, yeoman, to William Eaves, gent., and others, all of Stratford-upon-Avon, executors of the will of Henry Turbitt of Luddington in Old Stratford, gent., deceased, of property as in L6/330, to secure repayment of £500 with interest.

[no title]  L6/340  31 Aug. 1786

Contents:
Bond from Richard Azelwood of Ingon in Hampton Lucy, yeoman, to William Eaves of Stratford-upon-Avon, gent., and others, executors of Henry Turbitt, gent., deceased, to secure repayment of £200.

[no title]  L6/341  31 Aug. 1786

Contents:
Mortgage from Richard Azelwood of Ingon in Hampton Lucy, yeoman, to William Eaves of Stratford-upon-Avon, gent., and others, executors of the will of Henry Turbitt of Luddington in Old Stratford, gent., deceased, being a further charge of £200 on property as in L6/330.

[no title]  L6/342  13 Nov. 1795

Contents:
Receipt from R. Ward to Richard Azelwood, surviving executor of the will of John Azelwood, for £100 received under the said will.

[no title]  L6/343  25 March 1796

Contents:
Receipt from John Ward and Hannah Ward, the said Hannah being the daughter of John Azelwood, deceased, to Richard Azelwood, surviving executor of the will of the said John Azelwood for £100 received under the said will.

[no title]  L6/344  25 March 1796

Contents:
Bond from Richard Azelwood of Ingon in Hampton Lucy, yeoman, to Thomas Jackson of Alveston, gent., to secure repayment of £2,100.

[no title]  L6/345  14 April 1796

Contents:
Mortgage from Richard Azelwood of Ingon in Hampton Lucy, yeoman, to Thomas Jackson of Alveston, gent., being a further charge of £100 upon a barn and lands in Hampton Lucy mortgaged by the said Richard to the said Thomas.

[no title]  L6/346  14 April 1796

Contents:
Bond from Azelwood of Ingon in Hampton Lucy, yeoman, to Thomas Jackson of Alveston, gent., to secure repayment of £100.

[no title]  L6/347  9 Sept. 1796

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 11 May 1796 of Richard Azelwood of Ingon in Hampton Lucy, yeoman, Proved: 9 Sept. 1796.

Hampton Lucy: New House [later Sandbarn Farm] etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/348  28 March 1547

Contents:
Quitclaim from Thomas Denton of Besselsleigh, Berks., esq., to John Brogden of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of messuages and lands in Hampton Lucy.

[no title]  L6/349-50  14 March 1574/5

Contents:
Bargain and sale, with counterpart, from Thomas Brogden of Stratford-upon-Avon, draper, to Robert Bradshaw and George Gecocke of Hampton Lucy, husbandmen, of his reversion of 2 messuages and lands in Hampton Lucy and Hatton, i.e. 12 selions in Hampton Lucy in Rynehill furlong, 6 selions in Crabtree furlong, 6 selions in Shypyardes, 1 acre in Crossefurlong, 4 selions in the same furlong, 9 selions in Hackesmeare, 1 acre in the same, 3 selions in a pasture between the land of John Gardener on the S. and William Tyler on the N., 1 acre in the Courte pece, two butts of land in the same between the two highways, 1 acre at Lytle Ryschebeddes, 7 selions in the Hole, 1 selion in Kynstoun, 1 acre in the Synglefurlong, 1 acre in the Bushes, 8 selions lying on the E. side of the Reddeway, 5 selions lying between the two highways between the land of Thomas Clarke on the W. and one odd land of the said Thomas Brogden on the E., 1 acre lying in Oke furlong, 1 acre in Henbane, 1 acre on the further side of Slogden, 1 acre of meadow lying under Alveston, 1 acre of meadow in the same, 1 piece of meadow in Rownam (all described in detail). To hold to the said Robert and George forever, the same to be equally divided between them. Consideration: £74.

[no title]  L6/351  14 March 1574/5

Contents:
Bond from Thomas Brogden of Stratford-upon-Avon, draper, to Robert Bradshawe of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, to secure performance of covenants.

[no title]  L6/352  14 March 1574/5

Contents:
Bond from Thomas Brogden of Stratford-upon-Avon, draper, to George Gecock of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, to secure performance of covenants.

[no title]  L6/353-4  15 March 1574/5

Contents:
Gift, with counterpart, from Thomas Brogden of Stratford-upon-Avon, draper, to Robert Bradshaw and George Gecocke of Hampton Lucy, husbandmen, of the reversion of 2 tenements, 40 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow and 20 acres of pasture in Hampton Lucy, due to the said Thomas on the death of Alice, wife of the said Robert Bradshaw. To hold to be equally divided between the said Robert and George.

[no title]  L6/355  Hilary Term 1578/9

Contents:
Indenture of fine between John Smyth, Robert Bradshawe, George Gecocke and John Gybbes, pls., and Thomas Brogden, def., of 4 messuages, 1 mill, 3 gardens, 3 orchards, 100 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture, and 6 acres of wood in Hampton Lucy and Stratford-upon-Avon.

[no title]  L6/356  1 May 1579

Contents:
Quitclaim from John Smith of Stratford-upon-Avon, vintner, John Gybbes of the same, yeoman and George Gecocke of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, to Robert Bradshawe of Hampton Lucy of the moiety of 2 messuages, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 100 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture and 6 acres of wood in Hampton Lucy, which the grantors held jointly with the said Robert Bradshawe by gift and feoffment of Thomas Brogden.

[no title]  L6/357  11 May 1579

Contents:
Quitclaim from John Smythe of Stratford-upon-Avon vintner, John Gybbes of the same, yeoman and Robert Bradshawe of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, to George Gecocke of the same, husbandman, of property as in L6/356, excepting the interest of the said Robert Bradshawe during the lifetime of Alice, his wife.

[no title]  L6/358  20 Jan. 1583/4

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Robert Bradshawe of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, and Alice his wife, to George Geecok of the same, husbandman, of a tenement with appurtenances in Hampton Lucy which the said Robert held during the lifetime of the said Alice. To hold during the lifetime of the said Alice for the annual rent of 10s. With further agreement stating that whereas this property formed part of that purchased by the said Robert and George from Thomas Brogden of Stratford-upon-Avon, woollen draper, the moiety of which was to pass to the said George on the death of the said Alice, it was agreed that this property should form part of the moiety to pass to the said George.

[no title]  L6/359  20 Aug. 1590

Contents:
Quitclaim from Thomas Brogden of Stratford-upon-Avon, woollen draper, to Robert Bradshawe of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of a messuage in the tenure of the said Robert in Hampton Lucy, together with lands in the same and in Hatton, which the said Thomas inherited from John Brogden, his father.

[no title]  L6/360  4 Oct. 1590

Contents:
Quitclaim from Robert Bradshawe of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, to George Gecocke of the same, husbandman, of a tenement in Hampton Lucy in the tenure of the said George.

[no title]  L6/361  4 Oct. 1590

Contents:
Quitclaim from George Gecocke of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, to Robert Bradshawe of the same, husbandman, of a messuage in Hampton Lucy in the tenure of the said Robert, and lands in the same and in Hatton, which property the said George and Robert purchased from Thomas Brogden of Stratford-upon-Avon, woollen draper, the said George reserving the tenement then in his own occupation. Consideration: £55.

[no title]  L6/362  20 Oct. 1590

Contents:
Feoffment with livery of seisin from Robert Bradshawe, of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, to Richard Sowtham of Charlecote, Clerk, and others, being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said Robert to Isabella Carpenter, daughter of Richard Carpenter of Bromsgrove, Worcs., yeoman, deceased, of all the messuages and lands of the said Robert in Hampton Lucy, to hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/363  20 Oct. 1590

Contents:
Memorandum of agreement between Robert Bradshawe of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, and George Gecocke of the same, husbandman, that the said Robert was to pay to Sir Thomas Lucy, knt., as lord of the manor of Hampton Lucy 3s. 4d chief rent annually for a messuage and lands sometimes called Brogdens lands, then in the tenure of the said Robert and George, and that the said George was to pay the said Robert 4d annually towards the same.

[no title]  L6/364  20 Oct. 1590

Contents:
Bond from George Gecocke of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, to Robert Bradshawe of the same, husbandman, to secure peaceful possession to the said Robert of a messuage and lands in Hampton Lucy and Hatton.

[no title]  L6/365  1 June 1624

Contents:
Bargain sale and feoffment from William Bradshawe of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, and Robert Bradshawe, his son and heir, to John Dolittle of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of a messuage in the tenure of Isabella Bradshawe, widow, with lands, and appurtenances in Hampton Lucy. Consideration: £320.

[no title]  L6/366-7  1 Aug. 1627

Contents:
Feoffment, with counterpart, from John Dolittle of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, to Humphrey Kirby of Warwick, mercer, and another, of a messuage and lands in Hampton Lucy. To hold to the use of the said John Dolittle and Mary, his wife, as recited.

[no title]  L6/368  26 June 1641

Contents:
Covenant between John Dolittle of Hampton Lucy, gent., and Richard Terrie of Hatton, yeoman, and Thomas Wells of the Forde [Ford Farm] in Dodderhill, yeoman, being a deed to lead the uses of a fine, so that the said Richard and Thomas should stand seized of a messuage and lands in Hampton Lucy, to the use of the said John Dolittle and Margaret, his wife, formerly Margaret Symonds, to be defined. Not executed.

[no title]  L6/369  6 Sept. 1649

Contents:
Lease from Robert Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Dolittle of Hampton Lucy, gent., of meadow called Berry lands and pasture called Shrumpes heath in Hampton Lucy in the tenure of the said John. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £24, of which £18 was for Berry lands and £6 for Shrumpes heath.

[no title]  L6/370-1  8 March 1651/2

Contents:
Covenant, with counterpart, between Timothy Venour of Newbold Pacey, gent., and Anne, his wife, John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, and Joyce, his wife, the said Anne and Joyce being daughters of Richard Pigeon and Joyce, his wife, deceased, and George Brocke of Farnborough, yeoman, and another, being a deed to lead the uses of a fine of two messuages called New House and Old House in Hampton Lucy with lands (described with field names), the said property to be divided between the said Timothy and Anne Venour and the said John and Joyce Rogers, and for other uses recited.

[no title]  L6/372  23 Dec. 1661

Contents:
Articles of agreement between Timothy Venour of Ashorne and Anne Venour and John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, for the sale of two inclosed grounds called the upper ground and Middle field in Hampton Lucy. for £200.

[no title]  L6/373  22 Jan. 1661/2

Contents:
Covenant between Timothy Venour of Hampton Lucy, gent., and Anne his wife, and Thomas Collins of Shrewley, yeoman, and Mary his wife, and John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, and John Tovey of Shrewley, yeoman, being a deed to lead the uses of a fine of property as in L6/372.

[no title]  L6/374  Hilary Term 1661/2

Contents:
Indenture of fine relating to L6/373.

[no title]  L6/375  1 March 1661/2

Contents:
Bargain and sale, and feoffment from Timothy Venour of Ashorne, gent., and Anne, his wife, to John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, of property as in L6/372.

[no title]  L6/376  1 March 1661/2

Contents:
Bond to secure peaceful possession of property as in L6/375.

[no title]  L6/377-8  Easter Term 1662

Contents:
Indentures of fine relating to L6/375

[no title]  L6/379  2 March 1661/2

Contents:
Mortgage from Timothy Venour of Ashorne, gent., and Anne, his wife, to John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, of a parcel of meadow called Little Ipsam meadow in Hampton Lucy, to secure peaceful possession to the said John Rogers of property as in L6/375.

[no title]  L6/380  2 Feb. 1662/3

Contents:
Bargain sale and feoffment from Timothy Venour of Ashorne, gent., and Anne his wife, to John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, of Little Ipsum meadow and other lands (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy. Consideration: £400.

[no title]  L6/381  8 Oct. 1664

Contents:
Lease from Timothy Venour of Ashorne, gent., to Anne Rogers of Hampton Lucy, spinster, of closes called Cowpasture etc. (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 3½ years at a peppercorn rent. Consideration: £45.

[no title]  L6/382  10 June 1667

Contents:
Bargain, sale and feoffment from John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, to William Doelittle of Wasperton, clerk, of a close of pasture called Cliffe close in Hampton Lucy containing 6 acres (boundaries described). Consideration: £83.

[no title]  L6/383  20 May 1669

Contents:
Receipt from Richard Williams of St. James, Dukes Place, London, to John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, for £80 due to Anne Hopkins, then wife of the said Richard, from Timothy Venour, gent., and Anne, his wife, mother of the said Anne Hopkins, from lands in Hampton Lucy sold by the said Timothy Venour to the said John Rogers.

[no title]  L6/384  26 Jan. 1669/70

Contents:
Conveyance from William Doelittle of Wasperton, clerk, to John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, and Henry Jones of Willington, gent., being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said William Doelittle and Sarah Craddocke, widow, sister of the said Henry Jones, of meadow ground called Ipsum and closes called the Rayted close and Ainges close in Hampton Lucy, being 23 acres in all, and then in the tenure of Margaret Doelittle, widow. Consideration: £150.

[no title]  L6/385  8 March 1669/70

Contents:
Receipt from Job Hopkins of London, goldsmith, to John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, for £250 due to Job Hopkins from Timothy Venour, gent., and Anne, his wife, mother of the said Job, from lands in Hampton Lucy sold by the said Timothy Venour to the said John Rogers.

[no title]  L6/386  31 March 1686

Contents:
Draft agreement between Mr. Kimberley with Mrs. Hannah Doelittle and her sisters Sarah and Elizabeth for the sale to the said Mr. Kimberley of lands in Hampton Lucy in the tenure of Thomas Forester.

[no title]  L6/387  2 June 1696

Contents:
Agreement between William Rogers of Hampton Lucy, gent., and John Colman, of Southwark, dyer, being a covenant to levy a fine of a messuage called the New House and lands (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy, to the use of the said William Rogers.

[no title]  L6/388  Michaelmas Term 1696

Contents:
Indenture of fine relating to L6/387.

[no title]  L6/389-90  1 and 2 May 1718

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from William Rogers of Wasperton, clerk, son and heir of John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, to William Parker of Salford [Priors] esq., of 2 messuages, one called the New House in the tenure of William Bradshawe, with lands (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy. Consideration: £4,000.

[no title]  L6/391  2 May 1718

Contents:
Bond to secure peaceful possession of property as in L6/390.

[no title]  L6/392  6 July 1730

Contents:
Office copy of the probate copy of the will dated 5 June 1729 of William Parker of Salford, gent., Proved: 6 July 1730. Copy made 12 June 1741.

[no title]  L6/393  28 June 1737

Contents:
Extract from the registry of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury relating to the letters of administration granted to William Parker, esq., of the goods of Robert Parker of Salford, esq., batchelor, deceased, his natural brother. Copy made c. 1818.

[no title]  L6/394  18 Dec. 1738

Contents:
Extract from a settlement made previous to the marriage of William Parker of Salford, esq., and Millicent Newdigate, spinster, only daughter of Millicent Newdigate of Nottingham, widow, whereby lands of the annual value of £250 were conveyed to trustees, to hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/395  12 March 1746/7

Contents:
Release from William Parker of Salford, esq., to Francis Newdigate of the Six Clerks office, London, gent., and John Dewes of Clements Inn, Middlesex, gent., being a settlement upon the marriage of the said William Parker and Millicent, his wife, of a messuage called the New House and lands called the Home close, Cowpasture etc. (described) in Hampton Lucy, and a messuage near Rushford in Salford [Priors] formerly known as the Holy Lambe with lands (described), to hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/396  17 Feb. 1763

Contents:
Attested copy of the will of William Parker of Salford. Attested: 16 June 1780.

[no title]  L6/397  13 June 1775

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Robert Parker of Salford, esq., to John Osburn of Hampton Lucy, farmer, of a messuage in Hampton Lucy and lands called Park Gate grounds etc. (described with field names), containing 245 acres. To hold for 14 years for the annual rent of £180.

[no title]  L6/398  Easter Term 1779

Contents:
Indentures of fine between John Whitwell pl., and Robert Parker esq., and Lucy Henrietta, his wife, defs., of 3 messuages in the liberty of the Rolls, Middlesex, 4 messuages, orchards, gardens, 420 acres of land, 140 acres of meadow, 200 acres of pasture in Salford Priors, Hampton Lucy, Merevale, and Alcester, and 1 messuage, 20 acres of land, 30 acres of meadow and 40 acres of pasture in Mickleton, Glos.

[no title]  L6/399  c. 1781

Contents:
Abstract of title 1651 - 1781 to an estate in Hampton Lucy belonging to George Lucy, esq., lately purchased from Robert Parker, esq.

[no title]  L6/400  c. 1781

Contents:
Schedule of title deeds 1651 - 1781 relating to an estate at Hampton Lucy belonging to George Lucy, esq., and the Rev. John Hammond, clerk.

[no title]  L6/401  c. 1781

Contents:
Abstract of title 1738 - 1779 to an estate in Hampton Lucy belonging to William Parker, with council's opinion dated 9 Oct. 1781.

[no title]  L6/402-4  30 and 31 Oct. 1781

Contents:
Lease and release with counterpart of release from Robert Parker of Salford, esq., and Lucy Henrietta, his wife, to Robert Pardoe of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, gent., being a deed to declare the uses of a fine, and to make the said Robert Pardoe tenant to the praecipe for a recovery to be suffered of a messuage called New House in Hampton Lucy with lands called Home closes, Cowpasture, etc. (described), to the use of the said Robert Parker.

[no title]  L6/405  28 Nov. 1781

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery relating to L6/402-4.

[no title]  L6/406-7  29 and 30 Nov. 1781

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Robert Parker of Salford, esq., and another to George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and another of property as in L6/402-4. Consideration: £5,000.

[no title]  L6/408  1 Dec. 1781

Contents:
Mortgage from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and another to Sir Roger Newdigate of Arbury, bart., of property as in L6/407, to secure repayment of £2,600.

[no title]  L6/409  1 Dec. 1781

Contents:
Bond from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and another to the Rev. Edward Beresford, rector of Wilmslow, Cheshire, clerk, to secure repayment of £1,200.

[no title]  L6/410  1 Dec. 1781

Contents:
Bond from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and another to Charles Parker of the University of Oxford, esq., to secure repayment of £1,400 with interest.

[no title]  L6/411  16 Dec. 1785

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Sir Roger Newdigate of Arbury, bart., to Lister Dighton of Clifford Chambers, esq., of property as in L6/408, in trust for George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and another, and to attend the inheritence.

[no title]  L6/412-13  15 and 16 June 1818

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a mortgage from the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, to Thomas Woods Weston of Stratford-upon-Avon, esq., of property as in L6/408, to secure repayment of £6,000. With certified extract from Charlecote parish register recording the burial of George Lucy, esq., on 13 Dec. 1786.

[no title]  L6/414  16 June 1818

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from the Rev. Arthur Annesley of Clifford Chambers, clerk, executor of the will of Lister Dighton of the same, esq., deceased, his uncle, at the direction of the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and at the nomination of Thomas Woods Weston of Stratford-upon-Avon, gent., of property as in L6/413, to attend the inheritance in trust for the said Thomas Woods Weston.

[no title]  L6/415  16 Dec. 1819

Contents:
Mortgage from the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Thomas Woods Weston of Stratford-upon-Avon, esq., being a further charge of £4,000 on property as in L6/408.

[no title]  L6/416  16 Dec. 1819

Contents:
Bond to secure performance of covenants in L6/415.

[no title]  L6/417  c. 1820

Contents:
Abstract of title 1718-1818 of Sandham Farm [New House etc.] in Hampton Lucy belonging to the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/418  c. 1820

Contents:
Schedule of title deeds 1718-1819 relating to Sandbarn Farm in Hampton Lucy belonging to the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/419-20  16 and 17 Feb. 1822

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being an assignment of mortgage from Thomas Woods Weston of Stratford-upon-Avon, esq., to Kelynge Greenway of Warwick, esq., and others of property as in L6/415.

[no title]  L6/421  8 May 1846

Contents:
Reconveyance from Kelynge Greenway of Warwick, banker, and others to William Fulke Lucy of Charlecote House, esq., of property as in L6/420. Consideration: £10,000.

Hampton Lucy: a messuage and lands later part of Sandbarn Farm  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/422  25 March 1638

Contents:
Counterpart of mortgage from Thomas Wagstaffe of Warwick, esq., to Job Dighton of the Middle Temple London, esq., of a messuage and 2½ yard lands of inclosed arable, meadow and pasture land in Hampton Lucy, in the tenure of Alice Hawkes, widow, to secure repayment of £200, to be repaid at the 'guild hall in Stratford upon Avon'.

[no title]  L6/423  24 Oct. 1650

Contents:
Conveyance from Job Dighton of Clifford Chambers, esq., with the appointment and consent of William Combe of Old Stratford, esq., to Thomas Combe of the same, esq., of property as in L6/422. Consideration: £520.

[no title]  L6/424  18 April 1651

Contents:
Feoffment from William Combe of Old Stratford, esq., William Colmore of Birmingham, esq., and others to Anthony Bonner of Quinton, Glos., gent., and Henry Smith of Stratford-upon-Avon, gent., of property as in L6/422, in trust for William Thomas Combe of Old Stratford, esq., Consideration: £520.

[no title]  L6/425  25 March 1656

Contents:
Assignment from Edward Wagstaffe of Bridgetown, in Alveston, gent., and others, at the request of Thomas Combe of Old Stratford, esq., to William Greer of Stratford-upon-Avon, draper, and another, of property as in L6/422, to hold in trust for the said Thomas Combe.

[no title]  L6/426-7  28 March 1656

Contents:
Assignment, with counterpart, from Thomas Combe of Old Stratford, esq., to William Combe, son and heir of John Combe of Alvechurch, Worcs., gent., kinsman of the said Thomas, of a term of years in property as in L6/422, in order to merge with the freehold of the same, now conveyed to the said William Combe.

[no title]  L6/428  12 Jan. 1656/7

Contents:
Feoffment from William Combe of Old Stratford, esq., and others to Anthony Bonner of Quinton, Glos., gent., and Henry Smith of Stratford-upon-Avon, gent., of property as in L6/422, in trust for Thomas Combe of Old Stratford, esq.

[no title]  L6/429-32  24 and 25 Feb. 1656/7

Contents:
Lease and release, with counterparts, the release being a conveyance from Thomas Combe of Old Stratford, esq., Anthony Bonner of Quinton, gent., and Henry Smith of Old Stratford, gent., to William Lyndon of Stratford-upon-Avon, gent., and another, of property as in L6/422. To hold in trust for the said Thomas Combe for life and then for William, Thomas and John Combe, sons of John Combe of Alvechurch, Worcs., gent., near kinsman of the said Thomas Combe, in turn, as recited.

[no title]  L6/433  8 Nov. 1675

Contents:
Bargain sale and feoffment from William Combe of Old Stratford, esq., and Annemarie his wife, to John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, of property as in L6/422. Consideration: £760.

[no title]  L6/434-5  Hilary Term 1675/6

Contents:
Two Indentures of fine relating to L6/433.

Hampton Lucy: Old Pasture Farm  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/436  22 Dec. 1721

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from the Rev. William Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, to Thomas Fullford of the Old Pasture in Hampton Lucy, yeoman of a messuage at the Old Pasture with lands (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy, to hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £160.

[no title]  L6/437  15 Dec. 1752

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Benjamin Smith of the Old Pasture in Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of a messuage and farm called the Old Pasture with lands (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy, to hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £192. 12s. 6d.

Hampton Lucy: Rectory  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/438  26 Feb. 1616/17

Contents:
Copy taken from the register of the Consistory Court of the Bishop of Worcester of the terrier of glebe lands and other possessions belonging to the parsonage of Hampton Lucy.
Printed in Ecclesiastical Terriers of Warwickshire Parishes ed. D.M. Barratt, Dugdale Society, vol. XXII 1955, pp. 100-101.

[no title]  L6/439  24 March 1648/9

Contents:
Articles made between Richard Lucy, esq., and Spencer Lucy of Charlecote, esq., concerning the lease to the said Spencer of glebe land, being five yard lands in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 20 years for the annual rent of £138.

Hampton Lucy: School  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/440  20 Nov. 1710

Contents:
Counterpart of conveyance from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Hugh Brawn of Bridgetown in Alveston esq., and others, of a newly erected messuage in Hampton Lucy. to hold the same for ever to be used as a house for the schoolmaster of Hampton Lucy.

[no title]  L6/441  9 Oct. 1880

Contents:
Conveyance from Henry Spencer Lucy of Charlecote Park, esq., and others, trustees of the charity called Hampton Lucy Grammar School, to the said Henry Spencer Lucy of lands (described) in Wellesbourne and Hampton Lucy. Consideration: £471. 17s. 6d.

Hampton Lucy: a messuage with lands called Town Close etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/442  13 Sept. 1664

Contents:
Lease from Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Thomas Jackson, John Venour and Nathaniel Jackson of pasture grounds called Town Close etc. (described with field names) and a barn etc. in Hampton Lucy, to hold for 9 years for the annual rent of £240.

[no title]  L6/443  15 Oct. 1679

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to William Lawrence of Charlecote, gent., and others, of messuages and lands called Town Close etc. (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £240.

Hampton Lucy: [Ainge family property, ? Ister part of Sandbarn Para]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/444  19 March 1566/7

Contents:
Bargain and sale from John Savage of Moreton Morrell, yeoman, to Richard Ainge of Alveston, of a messuage and lands in Hampton Lucy in the occupation of John Hawkes.

[no title]  L6/445  9 Aug. 1586

Contents:
Counterpart of feoffment from Richard Ainge the elder of Alveston, husbandman, to Edmund Pearse of the same, gent., and John Higgins of Tiddington in Alveston, husbandman, of a messuage and virgate of land in Hampton Lucy, to hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/446-7  Hilary Term 1593/4

Contents:
Indentures of fine between Richard Ainge, pl., and John Savage, pl., of a messuage, garden, 40 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow and 40 acres of pasture in Hampton Lucy.

[no title]  L6/448  8 May 1648

Contents:
Bargain sale and feoffment from Richard Ange of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, to Thomas Dighton of Cliffords Inn, London, gent., being a deed to create the said Thomas tenant to the praecipe for a recovery to be suffered of a messuage and 1 yard land of arable, meadow and pasture land in Hampton Lucy in the tenure of the said Richard Ange.

[no title]  L6/449  15 May 1648

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery relating to L6/448.

[no title]  L6/450-1  3 June 1648

Contents:
Agreement, with counterpart, between Richard Ainge of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, and Mary, his wife, and John Smith of Highgate, Middlesex, esq., John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, and Thomas Dighton of Cliffords Inn, London, gent., being a deed to declare the uses of a recovery as in L6/449. To hold to the use of the said Richard Ainge, and for other uses recited.

[no title]  L6/452-3  Trinity Term 1648

Contents:
Indentures of fine between John Rogers pl., and Richard Ainge and Mary his wife, defs., of a messuage, garden, 20 acres of land, 20 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture, 5 acres of wood and 5 acres of heath with appurtenances in Hampton Lucy.

[no title]  L6/454  11 July 1651

Contents:
Feoffment from Richard Ainge of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, and others to Joseph Ainge of Hints, Staffs., clerk of 4 closes called Cliffe close, Little close, Riley's close and Garden close in Hampton Lucy, being part of a yard land in the tenure of Richard Ainge. Consideration: £150.

[no title]  L6/455  2 June 1653

Contents:
Feoffment from Joseph Ainge of Hints, Staffs., clerk, to Richard Ainge of Highgate, Middlesex, yeoman, of property as in L6/454. Consideration: £150.

[no title]  L6/456  1 June 1666

Contents:
Agreement between Richard Ainge of Kingston-on-Thames, Surrey, brewer, and Bridget, his wife, and another, and Edward Ainge of Cliffords Inn, London, gent., son and heir of the said Richard, being a covenant to lead the uses of a fine to be suffered of a messuage, buildings and 80 acres of land in Hampton Lucy, in the tenure of - Jackson, to the use of the said Edward Ainge.

[no title]  L6/457  2 April 1667

Contents:
Agreement between Richard Ainge of Kingston-on-Thames, Surrey, brewer, and Bridget his wife, and others, and John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, being a covenant to lead the uses of a fine and a recovery of a messuage with lands called Cliffe close, Little Close, Garden close, Ryleys close, Slad close etc. (described) containing 55 acres in Hampton Lucy in the tenure of John Jackson etc., to the use of the said John Rogers.

[no title]  L6/458-9  Easter Term 1667

Contents:
Two indentures of fine relating to L6/457.

[no title]  L6/460  21 May 1667

Contents:
Bargain sale and feoffment from Richard Ainge of Kingston-on-Thames, Surrey, brewer, and Bridget his wife, Edward Ainge of Cliffords Inn, London, gent., son and heir of the said Richard, and Mary his wife, and another to John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, and another, of property as in L6/457.

[no title]  L6/461  21 May 1667

Contents:
Bond to secure performance of covenants as in L6/460.

[no title]  L6/462  28 Nov. 1667

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery relating to L6/457.

[no title]  L6/463  2 May 1668

Contents:
Receipt from Edward Ainge of Cliffords Inn in Fleet Street, London, gent., son and heir of Richard Ainge of Kingston-on-Thames, Surrey, brewer, to John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, for £375, being the consideration for property as in L6/460.

[no title]  L6/464  2 May 1668

Contents:
Copy of L6/463.

Hampton Lucy: [Boteler family property]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/465  16 Dec. 1511

Contents:
Bargain and sale from John Palmer of Offchurch, gent., for John Boteler of Solihull, of a messuage and lands in Hampton Lucy.

[no title]  L6/466  20 May 1512

Contents:
Appointment by Katherine Boteler, widow and executrix of the will of John Boteler, and guardian of John Boteler, his son and heir, of Richard Wyllys as her attorney to seek possession of property as in L6/465, from John, son of John Palmer, gent., according to the terms of L6/465, or if the said John Palmer refused, to prosecute for the recovery of the same.

Hampton Lucy: [Hawkes family property, ?later part of Sandbarn Farm]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/467  6 June 1591

Contents:
Bargain and sale from John Edes of Ashorne, yeoman, to John Hawkes of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of a messuage, one close containing 24 ridges or selions lately enclosed from the common fields of Hampton Lucy, 2 acres of meadow as divided with stakes and stones in Ipsam meadow, and one little croft also lately enclosed in the Heath in Hampton Lucy. Consideration: £50.

[no title]  L6/468  11 June 1591

Contents:
Feoffment from John Edes of Ashorne, yeoman, to John Hawkes of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of property as in L6/467. With the appointment of Robert Symcockes and Robert Bradshawe of Hampton Lucy, husbandmen, attorneys to deliver seisin.

[no title]  L6/469  2 April 1695

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 18 Dec. 1674 of John Hawkes of Hampton Lucy, miller. Proved: 2 April 1695.
Note endorsed that Mary Hawkes, wife of the said John, was buried 17 Oct. 1708.

[no title]  L6/470  1 April 1702

Contents:
Mortgage from John Hawkes of Hampton Lucy, carpenter, to William Jordan of Stratford-upon-Avon, ploughwright, of property as in L6/467, to secure repayment of £40.

[no title]  L6/471  1 July 1706

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from William Jordan of Stratford-upon-Avon, ploughwright, at the direction of John Hawkes of Hampton Lucy, carpenter, and Anne, his wife, to Thomas Capp of Stratford-upon-Avon, innholder, of property as in L6/467.

[no title]  L6/472-3  23 Nov. 1708

Contents:
Mortgage, with counterpart, from John Hawkes of Hampton Lucy, carpenter, and Anne, his wife, to Thomas Capp of Stratford-upon-Avon, innholder, being an additional charge on property as in L6/467, to secure repayment of £110.

[no title]  L6/474-5  27 and 28 March 1710

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from John Hawkes of Hampton Lucy, carpenter, son and heir of John Hawkes of the same, carpenter, deceased, and Anne Hawkes, widow of the said John Hawkes, deceased, to William Rogers of Wasperton, gent., of property as in L6/467. Consideration: £180.

[no title]  L6/476  1 March 1714/15

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from John Capp of Stratford-upon-Avon, blacksmith, son and heir of Thomas Capp of the same, Innholder, deceased, to Thomas Lees the elder of Wolverton, clerk, of property as in L6/467, to hold to the use of William Rogers of Wasperton, gent., who had purchased the same from John Hawkes, son and heir of John Hawkes of Hampton Lucy, carpenter, deceased.

Hampton Lucy: [Maries family property]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/477-8  27 and 28 April 1770

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Thomas Ward of Hampton Lucy, labourer, with the consent and direction of John Maries of Hampton Lucy, shoemaker, nephew of the said Thomas Ward, to Thomas Taylor of Stratford-upon-Avon, joiner, of a cottage and lands in Hampton Lucy, to hold to the use of the said John Maries.

[no title]  L6/479  Trinity Term 1770

Contents:
Indentures of fine relating to L6/478.

[no title]  L6/480  15 May 1817

Contents:
Will of John Maries of Hampton Lucy, shoemaker.

[no title]  L6/481  13 Dec. 1826

Contents:
Copy of the will of Richard Maries of Hampton Lucy, shoemaker.

[no title]  L6/482  23 April 1839

Contents:
Conveyance from Thomas Maries of Hampton Lucy, shoemaker, to William Maries of Barford, butcher, of a cottage and lands in Hampton Lucy. Consideration: £100.

[no title]  L6/483  25 March 1859

Contents:
Conveyance from William Maries of Wellesbourne, butcher, to Thomas Haddon of Hampton Lucy, farmer, of a cottage and lands in Hampton Lucy. Consideration: £500.

[no title]  L6/484  1862

Contents:
Abstract of title 1770-1862 of the trustees of the will of Thomas Haddon, deceased, to a messuage and premises in Hampton Lucy.

[no title]  L6/485  17 Jan. 1863

Contents:
Conveyance from William Haddon, formerly of Wellesbourne, then of Cubbington, farmer, and another, to Henry Spencer Lucy of Charlecote House, esq., of two messuages and premises in Hampton Lucy. Consideration: £670.

Hampton Lucy: [Savage family property]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/486  23 Jan. 1612/13

Contents:
Bargain sale and feoffment from John Savage, second son of Thomas Savage, late of Bishops Tachbrook, yeoman, deceased, to William Savage of Tiddington, yeoman, brother of the said John, of a parcel of meadow ground with appurtenances, containing 2 acres in Hampton Lucy, butting at one end upon the River Avon and the other upon Hampton Lucy field hedge and the land of Sir Thomas Lucy, knt., on both sides, then in the tenure of Thomas Wells.

[no title]  L6/487  24 July 1759

Contents:
Attested copy of the probate of the will dated 16 February 1759 of Charles Savage of Bishops Tachbrook, gent., Attested: 28 July 1772.

[no title]  L6/488-9  27 and 28 July 1772.

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Elizabeth Savage of Bishops Tachbrook, spinster, William Bond of Wolverhampton, organist, and Mary, his wife, Anne Savage of Bishops Tachbrook, spinster, and Susanna Savage of the same, spinster, which Elizabeth, Mary, Anne and Susanna were daughters and co-heirs of Charles Savage of Bishops Tachbrook, gent., deceased, to George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., of property as in L6/486, and a fee farm rent of 20s. from lands of the said George Lucy in Hampton Lucy. Consideration: £145

[no title]  L6/490  28 July 1772

Contents:
Bond to secure performance of covenants as in L6/489.

[no title or date]  L6/491

Contents:
Indenture of fine relating to L6/489.

Hampton Lucy: miscellaneous deeds  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/492  20 Nov. 1545

Contents:
Lease from Edmund Liddiarde of Stoneleigh, gent., to Thomas Hide of Hampton Lucy, smith, of a messuage, tenement and 1 yard land in Hampton Lucy, ½ yardland, 2 acres of meadow, pasture for 6 beasts, 1 horse and 30 sheep in Grovefield in Hampton Lucy, then in the tenure of Thomas Cawdre of Hampton Lucy for 14 years yet to come to hold from Michaelmas 1560, at the end of the lease to the said Thomas Cawdre, for 21 years for the annual rent of 13s. 4d.

[no title]  L6/493  28 Aug. 1600

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Sir Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, knt., to Robert Davyes of Hampton Lucy, carpenter, of a messuage and ¼ yard land in Hampton Lucy, to hold for 21 years for the annual rent of 2s. 9d and 2 hens annually at the feast of All Saints [1 Nov.]. Consideration: £6. 13s. 4d.

[no title]  L6/494  28 Aug. 1600

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Sir Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, knt., to William Hawkes of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of the reversion of a messuage and ½ yard land in Hampton Lucy, then in the tenure of Christopher Warde. To hold from the end of a term granted to the said Christopher Warde on 4 Aug. 1582, for 21 years for the annual rent of 4s. 6d. Consideration: £23. 6s. 8d.

[no title]  L6/495  28 Aug. 1600

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Sir Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, knt., to Robert Symcox of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of a messuage and yardland in Hampton Lucy, to hold for 21 years for the annual rent of 13s. 4d. and 2 capons annually at the feast of All Saints. Consideration: £26. 13s. 4d.

[no title]  L6/496  28 Nov. 1614

Contents:
Exemplification of a recovery between George Venalles, gent., and Edward Gwyn, gent., pls., and Edward Venner, esq., and William Dowell, esq., defs., with Thomas Lucy, knt., as first vouchee, of 15 messuages, 1 dovecote, 1,000 acres of meadow, 250 acres of pasture, 30 acres of wood and 20s. rent in Hampton Lucy.

[no title]  L6/497  6 Sept. 1649

Contents:
Lease from Robert Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Ward of Charlecote, husbandman, of a cottage and lands in Hampton Lucy, then in the tenure of Elizabeth Ward, mother of the said John. To hold for the annual rent of 2s. 8d. Consideration: £5.

[no title]  L6/498  20 Sept. 1649

Contents:
Lease from Robert Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Thomas Marston of Charlecote, yeoman, of a messuage in the tenure of Joan Greene, widow, and ½ yard land in the fields of Hampton Lucy. To hold for 99 years for the annual rent of 6s. 8d.

[no title]  L6/499  8 July 1656

Damaged by rodents.

Contents:
Lease from Robert Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Richard Drew the elder of Hampton Lucy, labourer, of a messuage, cottage and ½ yard land in Hampton Lucy, upon surrender of a previous lease for 3 lives granted to the said Richard, Alice his wife, and Richard their son. To hold for 80 years for the annual rent of 4s. 6d.

[no title]  L6/500  5 March 1672/3

Badly damaged by rodents. In two pieces and parts missing.

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to William Hill of Hampton Lucy, weaver, and Thomas Hill of the same, weaver, his son, of a messuage and ¼ yard land in Hampton Lucy. To hold to the said Thomas Hill for 99 years after the death of the said William. Annual rent: 4s. 4d.

[no title]  L6/501  24 Nov. 1673

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Edward Greene of Newbold Pacey, gent., of 10 acres of meadow called Berry lands and a close of 7 acres called Cow close adjoining the same, all butting eastwards on the R. Avon. To hold for 99 years. Consideration: £160.

[no title]  L6/502  12 Dec. 1674

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Cooke of St. Martins in the Fields, Middlesex, tailor, of 2 closes called Hurst Lease and the Hides containing 40 acres in Hampton Lucy butting onto a meadow called Alveston meadow on the one hand and Old Mill close on the other. To hold for 99 years. Consideration: £160.

[no title]  L6/503  14 Dec. 1673/4

Very badly damaged by mildew, and parts illegible.

Contents:
Demise from Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to William Smith of... of pasture land in Hampton Lucy. To hold for ? 99 years. Consideration: £160.

[no title]  L6/504  18 Aug. 1675

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Cooke of St. Martins in the Fields, tailor, of a messuage, ½ yard land and 1½ acres of meadow called Rownam meadow in Hampton Lucy. To hold after the death of Alice Cooke, widow for 99 years for the annual rent of 6s. 8d. Consideration: £30.

[no title]  L6/505  25 Feb. 1678/9

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Samuel Dadly of Hatton, yeoman, of a messuage late in the tenure of Adam Hawkes, late keeper of Fulbrook Park, and pasture called Cotshills in Fulbrook Park in Hampton Lucy, containing c. 101 acres. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £48.

[no title]  L6/506  25 Feb. 1678/9

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Thomas Perkes of Bearley and Calib Perkes of Snitterfield, yeoman, of part of Fulbrook park in Hampton Lucy, containing c. 74 acres, and 2 pools lying beyond that part of the park called Geeries well. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £33.

[no title]  L6/507  20 Oct. 1681

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Hugh Maides of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of a messuage and lands called Hobbins, Blackhills and Underhill leasow in Hampton Lucy and other lands (described) in Alveston. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £57.

[no title]  L6/508  1 Nov. 1683

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Thomas Wootton of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of ½ acre in Hampton Lucy, late in the tenure of Mary Bradshaw, widow. To hold for 99 years, or for the lives of the said Thomas Wootton, Elizabeth his wife, and Robert, their son, for the annual rent of 5s. Consideration: £10.

[no title]  L6/509  27 Feb. 1692/3

Contents:
Agreement between Mary Odill of Hampton Lucy, widow, and George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., concerning the surrender of lands held by her in Hampton Lucy by lease from the said George Lucy, to discharge arrears of debt etc..

[no title]  L6/510  7 April 1693

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Joseph Parker of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of a messuage, carthouse, and commons for 1 cow in Hampton Lucy, to hold for 99 years or the lives of the said Joseph and Joan, his wife, for the annual rent of 12d. Consideration: £19.

[no title]  L6/511  1 Jan. 1697/8

Contents:
Assignment of lease from Christian Smith of Fulbrook Park, widow, executrix of the will of Thomas Smith of the same, yeoman, deceased, with the consent of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Cooper of the same, yeoman, of a messuage and lands called Cockshutt close etc. (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy, previously leased to the said Thomas Smith in 1678 for 21 years for the annual rent of £100.

[no title]  L6/512  1702

Very badly damaged by rodents and a large part missing.

Contents:
Lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to William Bradshaw of a messuage and lands in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years.

[no title]  L6/513  28 Feb. 1702/3

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Job Kirkham of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of a cottage, garden and close in Hampton Lucy, excepting one bay of building adjoining the house of John Boyce through the close of the said Job Kirkham. To hold for 99 years or for the lives of the said Job Kirkham, Hannah, his wife, and Anne, their daughter for the annual rent of 12d. Consideration: £15.

[no title]  L6/514-5  15 July 1702

Damaged by rodents.

Contents:
Lease, with counterpart, from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Robert Wooten of Hampton Lucy, taylor, of land called Old Yarrs lying near the river in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of 20s.

[no title]  L6/516  30 May 1704

Contents:
Mortgage from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Elizabeth Peyto of Chesterton, widow of William Peyto, esq., deceased, of a messuage and lands formerly part of Hampton Heath etc. (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy, to secure repayment of £500 with interest.

[no title]  L6/517  c. 1705

Contents:
Abstract of Lucy deeds 1615-1704 relating to lands in Hampton Lucy, Charlecote, Fulbrook etc. [incomplete].

[no title]  L6/518  19 Oct. 1706

Contents:
Agreement between Samuel Baronett of Ingon, husbandman, with the consent of Thomas Fulford of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, and George Lucy, esq., for the lease to the said Samuel of lands called Long close etc. (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy for 20 years for the annual rent of £36.

[no title]  L6/519  1 May 1708

Contents:
Lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Evans of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of a barn near Hatton ground in Hampton Lucy with lands called Burmans piece etc. (described with field names) in the same. To hold for 11 years for the annual rent of £31.

[no title]  L6/520  1710

Fragment only.

Contents:
Lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to William Preston [of Hampton Lucy of lands in Hampton Lucy].

[no title]  L6/521  10 March 1710/11

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Jeremiah Howes of Fulbrook, husbandman, of a messuage with lands called Upland close etc. (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy and Fulbrook. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £89. Consideration: £10.

[no title]  L6/522  c. 1712

Contents:
Abstract of title 1658-1712 to Overton's farm in Hampton Lucy proposed as security for repayment of £2,000.

[no title]  L6/523  27 Dec. 1714

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote esq., to James Wootten of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, and Diana, his wife, of a cottage in Hampton Lucy, then in the tenure of Robert Mathews. To hold for 99 years for the annual rent of 1s. Consideration: £10.

[no title]  L6/524  2 Feb. 1714/15

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Smith of Hampton Lucy, labourer, of a cottage in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 99 years or for the lives of the said John Smith, Martha, his wife, and their sons Thomas and John for the annual rent of 1s. and two hens at Christmas. Consideration: £9.

[no title]  L6/525  30 Dec. 1716

Contents:
Counterpart of release, being a demise from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Lucy Lawrence of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of a messuage and lands in Hampton Lucy, late in the tenure of William Hawkes, Consideration: £50, the said Lucy Lawrence to pay 2s. 6d. annual rent and 2 fat capons at Christmas.

[no title]  L6/526  14 Jan. 1716/17

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Lucy Lawrence of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of a cottage in Hampton Lucy, to hold for 99 years, rendering 2 fat hens annually on the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle [21 December]. Consideration: £10. 15s.

[no title]  L6/527  14 April 1717

Contents:
Lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to James Hill of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of the Upland grounds containing c. 60 acres in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 7 years for the annual rent of £30.
Not executed.

[no title]  L6/528  27 Nov. 1717

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 10 July 1717 of Thomas Wotten of Hampton Lucy, tailor, Proved: 27 Nov. 1717.

[no title]  L6/529  1 Feb. 1719/20

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Grace Milward of Fulwood, widow, of a close called foard meadow in Hampton Lucy, excepting Warners Dole, in all containing c. 26 acres. To hold for 22 years for the annual rent of £38.

[no title]  L6/530  25 Jan. 1720/1

Contents:
Memorandum of an agreement between George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and Samuel Claridge of Barford, labourer, for the lease to the said Samuel of a messuage etc. in Hampton Lucy. To hold for the lives of the said Samuel, Elizabeth, his wife, and Hester Warner for the annual rent of 2s. 6d. Consideration: £40.

[no title]  L6/531  16 Feb. 1720/1

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Samuel Claridge of Barford, labourer, of a messuage in Hampton Lucy, now or late in the tenure of Thomas Mathews. To hold for 99 years or the lives of the said Samuel, Elizabeth, his wife, and Hester Warner of Wasperton, spinster, for the annual rent of 2s. 6d. and 20s. for the first 6 years and £20 annually from the seventh year onwards. Consideration: £20.

[no title]  L6/532  4 Nov. 1721

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from the Rev. William Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, to James Hill of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of a barn stable and carthouse in Hampton field near Mr. Parkers and the school land, with lands called the Starr etc. (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £47.
Memorandum endorsed that the said James Hill would keep any dog belonging to the said Rev. William Lucy for any period as directed, and would with his team, carriages and servants work for the said Rev. William Lucy for at least four days annually during the said term.

[no title]  L6/533  20 May 1722

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Benjamin Smith of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of a messuage and farm land in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £240.

[no title]  L6/534  21 Sept. 1722

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from the Rev. William Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to William Bradshaw of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of a messuage and lands called Cow close etc. (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy, except 3½ acres of furze for the poor of Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £57. Memorandum endorsed that the said William Bradshaw was to send his team to Charlecote House at least four times a year for the use of the said Rev. William Lucy.

[no title]  L6/535  15 Dec. 1752

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Richard Barnes of Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of a messuage and lands called Hither Road close etc. (described) in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £135. 10s.

[no title]  L6/536-7  15 Dec. 1752

Contents:
Lease, with counterpart, from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to George Kimmill of Hatton in Hampton Lucy, husbandman, of a messuage and lands called Long close (described with field names) in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £122. 18s. 6d.

[no title]  L6/538  29 Sept. 1758

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Samuel Ingles of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £124. 15s.

[no title]  L6/539  26 Dec. 1760

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Richard Barron of Wootten Wawen, yeoman, of a messuage and lands (not described) in Hampton Lucy in the tenure of Samuel Dennitt. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £168.

[no title]  L6/540  20 May 1772

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Robert Barnes of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of a messuage and farm land in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £166. 15s.

[no title]  L6/541  28 May 1772

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Kimnil of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of a messuage and farm in Hampton Lucy, excepting Long meadow. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £170.

[no title]  L6/542  29 May 1772

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy esq., to Richard Cook of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £132.

[no title]  L6/543  31 Aug. 1778

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Jonathan Minett of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, of a messuage and farm in Hampton Lucy. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £160.

[no title]  L6/544-5  19 and 20 Oct. 1786

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Elizabeth Barber of Tavistock Street, Bedford Square, in St. Giles in the Fields, Middlesex, spinster, only daughter and heir of George Barber late of the same, salesman, deceased, with the direction and appointment of Newsham Peers of Southampton, esq., and Elizabeth, his wife, to George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and the Rev. John Hammond of the same, clerk, of meadow ground called Peers Patch containing c. 8 acres, and meadow ground containing c. 2 acres in Hampton Lucy (described), formerly mortgaged by the said Newsham Peers to the said George Barber. Consideration: £600.

[no title]  L6/546  1840

Contents:
Schedule of deeds 1711-1760 relating to property at Hatton, Hampton Lucy, etc. belonging to George Lucy, esq.

Henley-in-Arden  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/547  30 Oct. 1568

Very badly damaged and largely illegible.

Contents:
Exemplification of fine relating to property in Henley-in-Arden.

Kineton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/548-9  Michaelmas Term 1655

Contents:
Indentures of fine between Charles Bentley, esq., pl., and William Savage and Elizabeth, his wife, defs., of a messuage, garden, orchard, 25 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 5 acres of pasture, 6 acres of heath and commons in Kineton.

[no title]  L6/550  22 Oct. 1740

Contents:
Copy of court roll of the manor of Little Kineton, Combrook and Brookhampton belonging to Edward Bentley, esq., recording the surrender by Thomas Pigeon of a messuage and lands in Little Kineton, previous to the marriage of the said Thomas Pigeon and Elizabeth Smith of Ilmington, and the admittance of the said Thomas to the said lands to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/551  23 Feb. 1759

Contents:
Copy of court roll of the manor of Little Kineton, Combrook and Brookhampton belonging to Charlotte and Catherine Bentley recording the surrender by Richard Bristow and others (listed) of a messuage and lands in Little Kineton, then in the tenure of Thomas Kineton, so that the same might be granted to William Bristow, son of the said Richard, subject to the life interest of Thomas Pigeon.

[no title]  L6/552  23 Feb. 1759

Contents:
Copy of the court roll of the manor of Little Kineton Combrook and Brookhampton belonging to Charlotte and Catherine Bentley recording the admittance of Mary Bristow and Martha Pembry to the reversion of a messuage and lands in Little Kineton as co-heirs of Elizabeth Pigeon, wife of Thomas Pigeon.

[no title]  L6/553  21 April 1766

Contents:
Copy of court roll of the manor of Little Kineton, Combrook and Brookhampton belonging to Bentley Gordon, gent., recording the surrender by William Bristow of the reversion of a messuage and lands in Little Kineton and the admittance of George Jones of Stratford-upon-Avon, gardener.

[no title]  L6/554  21 Oct. 1766

Contents:
Copy of court roll of the manor of Little Kineton, Combrook and Brookhampton belonging to Bentley Gordon, gent., recording the surrender by Thomas Jones of Middleton Cheney, Northants., framework knitter, and William Bristow of the reversion of a messuage and lands in Little Kineton, and the admittance of Thomas Brookes the younger of North and Middle Littleton, Worcs.

[no title]  L6/555  2 June 1767

Contents:
Copy of court roll of the manor of Little Kineton, Combrook and Brookhampton belonging to Bentley Gordon, gent., recording the surrender by Thomas Pigeon, yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Little Kineton and the admittance of Thomas Brookes the younger of North and Middle Littleton, Worcs., yeoman.

[no title]  L6/556  8 Jan. 1785

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 14 Nov. 1784 of Thomas Brookes of North Littleton, Worcs., yeoman. Proved: 8 Jan. 1785.

[no title]  L6/557  30 Oct. 1809

Contents:
Copy of court roll of the manor of Little Kineton, Combrook, and Brookhampton belonging to Elizabeth Hill, spinster, recording the admittance of Francis Brookes, son of Thomas Brookes of North Middleton, Worcs., yeoman, to a messuage and lands in Little Kineton according to the will of the said Thomas Brookes.

[no title]  L6/558-9  1 and 2 May 1816

Contents:
Attested copy of lease and release, the release being a mortgage from William Law Phelps of Evesham, gent., and others, by the direction of Francis Brookes of Offenham, Worcs., farmer, to the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, of property in Long Marston and copyhold property in Little Kineton to secure repayment of £4,700. Attested: 27 Dec. 1820.

[no title]  L6/560  23 May 1816

Contents:
Copy of court roll of the manor of Little Kineton, Combrook and Brookhampton belonging to Elizabeth Hill, spinster, recording the surrender by Francis Brookes and Thomas Brookes, his son, of lands in Little Kineton and the admittance of John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, to secure repayment of £4,700.

[no title]  L6/561  10 July 1816

Contents:
Copy of court roll of the manor of Little Kineton, Combrook and Brookhampton belonging to Elizabeth Hill, spinster, recording the surrender by Francis Brookes and Thomas Brookes of lands in Little Kineton, and the admittance of John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk.

[no title]  L6/562  7 Dec. 1820

Contents:
Copy of court roll of the manor of Little Kineton, Combrook and Brookhampton belonging to Robert Dormer, esq., and Elizabeth his wife, recording the surrender by Francis and Thomas Brookes of lands in Little Kineton, and the admittance of John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk.

[no title]  L6/563  20 Oct. 1828

Contents:
Copy of court roll of the manor of Little Kineton, Combrook and Brookhampton belonging to the Rt. Hon. Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, recording the admittance of George Lucy esq., son of John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, to lands in Little Kineton according to the will of the said John Lucy.

Lapworth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/564  c. 1275

Contents:
Gift, with warranty, from William de Harecurth to Geoffrey Marescallo, for his homage and service, one holm called Canonesholm. To hold freely rendering to the grantor half a pound of cumin at Easter in lieu of all services. Witnesses: John capellano, Richard Pipard, Thomas Sorel, Herbert de Ailston', Ralph Leforc, Ivo de Brantest', Henry Leforc, Ivo de Harecurt', Philip de Coneston, Robert de Carente' and others.
Consideration: a dapple-grey horse 'unum equum liardum'.
Seal: tag.
Endorsed: [? In a 14th century hand]
Lapworth'

[no title]  L6/565  1 June 1592

Very badly damaged by mildew.

Contents:
Bargain and sale from the Rt. Hon. William Lord Compton of Compton Wyniates to Robert Calcott of Byfield, Northants., and Richard Challenor of London, gent., of a manor, capital messuage or farm in Lapworth.

[no title]  L6/566  8 June 1592

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery relating to L6/565.

[no title]  L6/567  24 June 1646

Contents:
Copy of a demise from Spencer Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Dame Alice Lucy of Charlecote, widow, and others, of the manor of Lapworth with messuages and lands (described with field names) in Lapworth. Claverdon, Henley-in-Arden, Whitley, Beaudesert and Wootton Wawen, to hold for 1,000 years.
Consideration: £1,000.

[no title]  L6/568  25 March 1680

Damaged by rodents and parts missing.

Contents:
Counterpart of release, being a conveyance from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., son and heir of Richard Lucy, esq., deceased to John Mortiboyes of... husbandman, of a close called Churchleyes alias Church fields in Lapworth. Consideration: £30.

Newbold Pacey etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/569  4 March 1489/90

Contents:
Gift from Henry Pigeon of Newbold Pacey to William Lucy, knt., of a croft in Newbold called Pirycroft and 26 acres and one fither of arable land lying dispersed in the fields of Newbold and Wellesbourne Hastings, also three half acres of meadow of which one half acre was in a meadow of Newbold called Pirrymeadowe, and the other two half acres of meadow in a meadow there called Welham, all which property formerly belonged to John Pigeon, father of the said Henry. To hold the same for ever, the said Henry appointing Richard Walker of Charlecote and John Benteley attorneys to deliver seisin. Witnesses: William Phippes of Newbolde, Richard Savage of Asshern, John Savage of the same, Thomas Garsyngton of Wellisburn the elder, Thomas Garsyngton the younger of the same and others. Given at Newbold Thursday next after the feast of St. Chad the Bishop, 5 Henry VII.
Seal: round, red wax on tag; device: the letters T P
Endorsed: [In a contemporary hand]
Carta facta per Henricum Pigeon Willelmo Lucy de terre in Newbold pacy et Wellesbourne.

Packwood etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/570  25 Oct. 1632

Contents:
Feoffment from Sir William Spencer of Claverdon, knt., and bart., to Rowland Corbett of Charlecote, gent., and William Lawrence of Charlecote, gent., of a cottage and lands (described) in Packwood and a messuage, barn and lands (described) in Pinley [in Rowington]. To hold to the use of same Constance, wife of the said Sir William Spencer.

[no title]  L6/571  26 March 1680

Contents:
Release, being a conveyance from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., son and heir of Richard Lucy, esq., deceased, to Thomas Archer of Tanworth, esq., of a messuage in Packwood near a place called Two Waters, with meadow and land etc. (described) together with a cottage etc. in the same.
Consideration: £140.

[no title]  L6/572  26 March 1680

Contents:
Counterpart of release being a conveyance from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., son of Richard Lucy, esq., deceased to John Walton of Packwood, husbandman, of a cottage and close in Packwood.
Consideration: £20.

[no title]  L6/573  7 April 1680

Damaged by rodents.

Contents:
Counterpart of release, being a conveyance. from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Thomas Green of Packwood, yeoman, and Sarah, his wife, of a messuage and lands in Packwood. Consideration: £100.

[no title]  L6/574  10 May 1680

Contents:
Agreement between Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and Thomas Archer of Tanworth, esq., Thomas Green of Packwood, yeoman and others, being a covenant to levy a fine of messuages and lands (described) in Packwood, Henley-in-Arden, Whitley in Wootton Wawen, Wootton Wawen, Preston Bagot, Beaudesert, Shrewley, Hatton and Rowington, with the advowson of Preston Bagot, to the several uses recited.

[no title]  L6/575  16 Feb. 1680/1

Contents:
Release, being a conveyance from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., son and heir of Richard Lucy, esq., deceased, to John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, of a messuage and lands called the Pingle etc. (described with field names) in Packwood.
Consideration: £300.

[no title]  L6/576  10 Aug. 1681

Damaged by rodents.

Contents:
Counterpart of assignment of mortgage from Hercules Underhill of Idlicote, esq., and Peter Broughton of the Middle Temple, London, esq., at the request of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and Thomas Greene of Packwood, yeoman, and Sarah, his wife, to John Knight of Barrels, gent., and another of a messuage and lands in Packwood, in trust to attend the inheritance to the use of the said Thomas and Sarah Greene.

[no title]  L6/577  12 Aug. 1681

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Hercules Underhill of Idlicote, esq., and another, at the request and appointment of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, to Robert Boyse of Wellesbourne, gent., and another, of a messuage with lands called The Pingle etc. (described with field names) in Packwood, in trust to attend the inheritance, to the use of the said John Rogers.

Preston Bagot  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/578  2 Dec. 1587

Contents:
Letters patent being a license granted to Job Throckmorton, esq., and Dorothy, his wife, to alienate to Elizabeth St. John, widow, a field called Lordesfield and a parcel of land called Reveland late in the tenure of Margaret Edgeworth, widow, and then of Richard Stokes, gent., in Preston Bagot and Wootton Wawen, late part of lands called Warwick lands and Spencer lands.
Great seal.

[no title]  L6/579  29 Nov. 1602

Contents:
Exemplification of a recovery between Walter James and Edward Gwyn, pls., and George Venables and Oliver Bolton, defs. with Richard Humfrey first vouchee, of 5 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow and 10 acres of pasture in Preston Bagot, Whitley in Wootton Wawen and Henley-in-Arden.

[no title]  L6/580  26 March 1680

Contents:
Counterpart of release, being a conveyance from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., son and heir of Richard Lucy, esq., deceased, to Clement Clarke of Preston Bagot, yeoman, of a messuage in Preston Bagot with lands in the common fields of the same.
Consideration: £110.

[no title]  L6/581  26 March 1680

Contents:
Counterpart of release, being a conveyance from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Abraham Geydon of Preston Bagot, husbandman, and Millicent Yates of Preston Bagot, widow, of a messuage with closes called Coles close and Bare close with lands in the common fields of Preston Bagot. Consideration: £280.

[no title]  L6/582  26 March 1680

Contents:
Counterpart of release, being a conveyance from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to William Randoll of Preston Bagot, gent., of five closes called Lordesfields, and 2 closes called Bakers meadow in Preston Bagot, the said closes lying together and adjoining common or waste land called Kyte Green to the W. (other boundaries described), excepting a right of way for the carriage of timber through Lordesfields. Consideration: £480.

[no title]  L6/583  26 March 1680

Contents:
Counterpart of release, the release being a conveyance from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Benjamin Reeve of Rowington, yeoman, of lands called Bakers meadow etc. (described with field names) in Preston Bagot. Consideration: £310.

Rowington: Pinley, and Shrewley etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/584  [-]3 March 1533/4

Damaged by rodents and parts missing, including seals and tags.

Contents:
Feoffment, indented, from Richard Catisbye, esq., John Oldnale, Thomas Hunt, Robert Egeworthe and Roger Baker reciting that whereas James Slye, deceased, by his charter dated 29 Sept. 2[?4] Henry VIII [1532?] enfeoffed the said grantors of all his lands and tenements in Lapworthe, Rowyngton', Pynley and Shrewley to the use of the said James and his heirs to be declared in his will, and whereas according to the said will the said property in Pynley, Shrewley and Rowyngton was to pass to Richard Slye, his brother and his lawful issue, or in default of such issue to Robert Slye, his brother, the said grantors, at the request of the said Richard and Robert Slye, now granted to the said Richard Slye all the said property in Pynley, Shrewley and Rowyngton'. To hold to the said Richard and his lawful heirs from the chief lords for due and customary service, with reversion in default of such issue to the said Robert Slye and his heirs forever. The said grantors appointing John Smythe of Pynley, Roger Walton' of Lapworthe and William Slye of Kyngeswood attorneys to deliver seisin. Given [-]3 March 25 Henry VIII.
Endorsed: [In a late 16th century hand]. Thes landes

[no title]  L6/585-6  31 July 1537

Contents:
Bargain and sale, with counterpart, from Richard Slye of Lapworth to John Mathewe alias Smythe of Pinley of lands and tenements (not described) in Pinley, Shrewley and Rowington belonging to the said Richard, excepting one butt of land lying next to the high cross in Rowington, between the land of John Rutter on the one hand and the highway on the other. To hold the same for ever, upon condition that the said John paid the said Richard Slye and Agnes his wife for the term of their lives 8s. 8d. annually at Michaelmas and Lady Day in equal portions. Consideration: 30s.

[no title]  L6/587  20 Feb. 1539/40

Contents:
Bargain and sale, indented, with warranty, from John Blyke of Pynnocke, Salop., gent., to John Smith of Pinley of a croft called Hokstyden' with appurtenances in Shrewley and 1½ acres of land containing 6 seliens with an adjacent meadow in Shrewley in a field called Cawdewellhyren, the said croft lying between the land of Thomas Lucy, esq., called le Grove on the one hand and land lately belonging to the Prioress of Pinley, now to the king, on the other, and the said 1½ acres with adjacent meadow lying between the land of the said John Smith on the one hand and the said land of Pinley, now belonging to the king, on the other, to hold the same for ever.

[no title]  L6/588  4 July 1545

Contents:
Bargain and sale from John Birde of Rowington to John Mathewe of Pinley of 3 selions called Buttis lying in the lordship of Shrewley in a place called Cawdewellhyern, also 1 selion called Hadlond lying in the lordship of Rowington in a pasture called Hokesteden next to the highway leading towards Coventry and Hendley in breadth and the land of the said John Mathew on the other, together with all woods etc. belonging to the said 4 selions.

[no title]  L6/589-90  20 June 1610

Contents:
Bargain and sale, with counterpart, from William Rogers of Pinley, yeoman, to Christopher Flecknoe of Claverdon, yeoman, and Richard Yardley of Warwick, yeoman, of a house etc. in Shrewley, late in the tenure of Henry Merser, with lands called Slyes close etc. (described with field names) in the same. Consideration: £60.

[no title]  L6/591  6 April 1680

Contents:
Counterpart of release, being a conveyance from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Ralph Gilbert of Rowington, yeoman, of meadow and pasture called Mott meadow (bounds described) in Hatton, Pinley, Shrewley and Rowington. Consideration: £105.

[no title]  L6/592  31 Oct. 1740

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 13 Sept. 1740 of Nathaniel Alsop of Coventry, merchant, relating to property in Rowington and Coventry. Proved: 31 Oct. 1740.

Ryton-on-Dunsmore  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/593  1 Feb. 1713/14

Contents:
Mortgage from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Samuel Smith of Coventry, mercer, and Joseph Cater of the same, gent., of 2 closes called Fulfin alias Fulfin furlong etc. (described with field names) in Ryton-on-Dunsmore, to secure repayment of £200.

Sherborne  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/594  10 Feb. 1725/6

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from John Burgoyne of Westminster, esq., to William Dyer of Sherborne, husbandman, of a cottage, garden and right of common for 1 cow in the common fields of Sherborne. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of 16s.

[no title]  L6/595  10 Feb. 1725/6

Damaged by rodents and parts missing.

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from John Burgoyne of Westminster, esq., to John Willmore of Sherborne, husbandman, of a cottage, garden and common pasture for 1 cow in the common fields of Sherborne as the other cottages there have, to hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £1. 11s. 8d.

Southam  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/596  c. 1655

Contents:
Copy of a petition by Thomas Wells, esq., Abraham Boune and Francis Barnard, gents. to Oliver Cromwell, the Lord Protector, concerning the conveyance by the said Abraham Boune to the said Thomas Wells and Francis Barnard of the moiety of the manor of Southam.

Stoneleigh: Finham  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/597  2 May 1706

Contents:
Lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to William Whitehead of Snitterfield, husbandman, of lands being part of Little Field etc. (described with field names) on which a messuage was to be erected in Finham in Stoneleigh, to hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £70.
Endorsed with surrender of this lease dated 21 May 1707.

Stratford-upon-Avon etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/598  Michaelmas Term 1648

Contents:
Indenture of fine between Richard Ainge and Richard Baker, pls., and John Yate and Mary, his wife, and John Rogers, clerk, and Joyce, his wife, defs., of 2 messuages, 1 barn, 85 acres of land, 7 acres of meadow, 25 acres of pasture and 6 acres of heath and common pasture in Stratford-upon-Avon and Hampton Lucy.

[no title]  L6/599  31 Jan. 1648/9

Contents:
Counterpart of agreement between John Yate of Alveston, yeoman, and Mary, his wife, John Rogers of Hampton Lucy, clerk, and Joyce, his wife, and Richard Aynge of Hampton Lucy, yeoman, and Richard Baker of Stratford-upon-Avon, shoemaker, being a deed to declare the uses of a fine relating to 2 messuages and 1½ yardlands of arable, meadow and pasture lands in Stratford-upon-Avon and Hampton Lucy, the said messuage in Stratford-upon-Avon to be held to the use of the said Richard Baker, and the other messuage with 1½ yardlands in Hampton Lucy to be held to the use of the said John Rogers.

Ufton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/600  16 May 1578

Contents:
Declaration by Sir John Spencer of Althorp, Northants, knt., revoking a deed of trust relating to the manor of Ufton and messuages and lands in the same, now to be held to the use of the said Sir John Spencer.

Wellesbourne  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/601  24 March 1725/6

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 16 Nov. 1722 of Thomas Venor, the elder, of Wellesbourne Mountford. gent. Proved: 24 March 1725/6.

Note: Many of these deeds relate to property acquired by the Venour family, which was later purchased by the Lucy family. For this reason settlements and wills etc. relating to the Venour family have been included in this section.


[no title]  L6/602  24 March 1725/6

Contents:
Attested copy of L6/601. Attested: 12 Dec. 1794.

[no title]  L6/603  21 June 1728

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 2 Dec. 1726 of Mary Venor of Wellesbourne, spinster. Proved: 21 June 1728.

[no title]  L6/604  21 March 1729/30

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 14 June 1729 of John Venour of Great Kineton, surgeon. Includes charitable bequests to the poor of Kineton and Wellesbourne, and £20 to the churchwardens of Kineton to buy a silver tankard for the communion table, this tankard to have his name and coat of arms engraved upon it. v. S.A. Jeavons, Church plate of Warwickshire, 1963, p.67, no. 480 and V.C.H. Warwickshire, V, p.107.

[no title]  L6/605  25 Feb. 1729/30

Contents:
Inventory of the goods of John Venour, gent., deceased, including under the heading 'shop', 'drugs', 'medicines, bottles, gallipots, drawers, boxes and other things' valued at £30. Total valuation: £2,276. 8s. 6d.

[no title]  L6/606-7  28 and 29 Jan. 1733/4

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a settlement from John Morris of Bretforton, Worcs., gent., to James Hew of Foxcote, gent., and John Bird of Bretforton, gent., previous to the marriage of the said John Morris and Ann Venor of Wellesbourne, spinster, of a capital messuage and lands called New Leasow etc. (described with field names) in Bretforton. To hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/608  9 Feb. 1733/4

Contents:
Conveyance from Thomas Venour of Wellesbourne, gent., to Thomas Mander of Toddenham, Glos., gent., and Askell Venour of Evesham, apothecary, brother of the said Thomas, being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said Thomas Venour and Anne Banbury of Toddenham, Glos., spinster, daughter of William Banbury of Toddenham, Glos., gent., of a messuage in Wellesbourne, a close in the same called Rowshams close near Wellesbourne Bridge, and closes called Homeward plot etc. (described) in the same. To hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/609  22 July 1736

Contents:
Attested copy of a release, being a receipt from Askell Venor, John Morris and Anne, his wife, the said Askell and Anne being children of Thomas Venor of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., deceased, to Thomas Venor, son and surviving executor of the said Thomas Venor, deceased, for £350 under the will of the said Thomas Venor, deceased.
Attested: 25 Nov. 1795.

[no title]  L6/610  15 March 1753

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 25 Sept. 1750 of Thomas Venor of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., Proved: 15 March 1753.

[no title]  L6/611  2 June 1763

Contents:
Copy of the probate copy of the will dated 7 Jan. 1761 of William Banbury of Toddenham, Glos., gent., grandfather of John Venour, Proved: 2 June 1763.

[no title]  L6/612  24 Oct. 1763

Contents:
Release, being a receipt from Thomas Brain, husband of Mary Brain, formerly Mary Venour, and from Ann Venour, the said Mary and Ann being grand-daughters of William Banbury of Toddenham, Glos., deceased, to Elizabeth Banbury and John Venour, executors of the will of the said William Banbury, for legacies received under it.

[no title]  L6/613  8 March 1775

Contents:
Copy of a release, being a conveyance from Thomas Snow of Tidmington, and Ann, his wife, neice of Elizabeth Banbury of Tidmington, spinster, to Elisha Heydon of Banbury, Oxon., and another, of a messuage and lands in Toddenham, Glos., and in Willington in Barcheston. To hold to various uses recited.

[no title]  L6/614  10 Sept. 1787

Contents:
Attested copy of the will dated 18 June 1787 of John Venour of Kingsmead in Wellesbourne Hastings, esq. Proved: 10 Sept. 1787. Attested: 15 Dec. 1794.

[no title]  L6/615  3 April 1790

Contents:
Release, being a receipt from John Shukburgh of Bourton-on-Dunsmore, esq., husband of Sophia, one of the daughters of John Venour late of Kingsmead in Wellesbourne Hastings, esq., deceased, to the Rev. John Venour, brother of the said Sophia, for £687.12s.10d received under the will of the said John Venour.

[no title]  L6/616  6 Nov. 1791

Contents:
Release, being a receipt from Mary Ann Venour, one of the daughters of John Venour of Kingsmead in Wellesbourne Hastings., esq., deceased, to the Rev. John Venour, her brother, for £687. 10s. received under the will of the said John Venour.

[no title]  L6/617  6 Nov. 1791

Contents:
Attested copy of L6/616. Attested: 3 July 1810

[no title]  L6/618  29 Dec. 1794

Contents:
Release, being a receipt from Richard Wyatt of Stratford-upon-Avon, gent., attorney for William Venour, son of John Venour of Kingsmead in Wellesbourne Hastings, esq., deceased, to the Rev. John Venour, brother of the said William, for £761. 7s. 5d. received under the will of the said John Venour.

[no title]  L6/619  1 Jan. 1795

Contents:
Release, being a receipt from William Venour, Lieutenant in H.M. Navy, one of the sons of John Venour of Kingsmead in Wellesbourne Hastings, esq., deceased, to the Rev. John Venour, his brother, for £761. 7s. 5d received under the will of the said John Venour.

[no title]  L6/620  1 Jan. 1795

Contents:
Attested copy of L6/619. Attested: 3 July 1810.

[no title]  L6/621  25 March 1797

Contents:
Release, being a receipt from Caroline Venour, one of the daughters of John Venour of Kingsmead in Wellesbourne Hastings, esq., to the Rev. John Venour, her brother, for £513. 17s. 10d received under the will of the said John Venour.

[no title]  L6/622  8 July 1797

Contents:
Release from Caroline Venour of Halford, spinster, to Walter Landor of Warwick, doctor of physic, and another, of her claims under the marriage settlement of John Venour of Kingsmead in Wellesbourne Hastings, esq., deceased, her father, upon receipt of £218. 19s. 4d.

[no title]  L6/623  12 July 1797

Contents:
Release, being a receipt from Eliza Venour of Halford, spinster, to Walter Landor of Warwick, doctor of physic, and another, for £218. 19s. 4d received under the marriage settlement of John Venour of Kingsmead in Wellesbourne Hastings, esq., deceased, her father.

[no title]  L6/624  19 Jan. 1802

Contents:
Release, being a receipt from Harriet Isabella Venour, one of the daughters of John Venour of Kingsmead in Wellesbourne Hastings, esq., deceased, to the Rev. John Venour, her brother, for £708. 10s. received under the will of the said John Venour.

[no title]  L6/625  8 Feb. 1803

Contents:
Release, being a receipt from Walter Askell Venour, youngest son of John Venour of Kingsmead in Wellesbourne Hastings, esq., deceased, to the Rev. John Venour of the Low House, Wellesbourne Hastings, clerk, his brother, for £418. 12s. 6d received under the will of the said John Venour.

[no title]  L6/626  10 Sept. 1810

Contents:
Release, being a receipt from John Shuckborough of Bourton Hall, esq., and Sophia, his wife, and others to the Rev. John Venour of the Low House, Wellesbourne Hastings, eldest surviving son of John Venour, deceased, and others, for portions directed to be raised by a term of years under the will of the said John Venour.

[no title]  L6/627  8 Aug. 1839

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 5 March 1839 of the Rev. John Venour, formerly of the Low House, Wellesbourne Hastings, and later of Bourton-on-Dunsmore, clerk. Proved: 8 Aug. 1839.

[no title]  L6/628  30 Nov. 1857

Contents:
Assessment for duty payable to the Inland Revenue on the death of Maria Venour, widow, who died 1 April 1857, with a receipt for the same.

Wellesbourne: Bacons House  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/629  20 Nov. 1568

Contents:
Confirmation by Richard Davys of the Inner Temple, London, gent., that he had granted to Richard Venner and Thomas and Richard Venner, his sons, a capital messuage in Wellesbourne Mountford with an adjoining close and 4 yardlands in the common fields. To hold for the term of their lives.

[no title]  L6/630  31 May 1595

Contents:
Bond from John Veynor of Wellesbourne Mountford, yeoman, to Thomas Musshen of Walton, yeoman, in the penal sum of 100 marks, upon condition that if Ann. wife of the said John and daughter of the said Thomas, should remain unmarried upon the death of the said John, she might hold the moiety of a messuage called Baccus tenement in Wellesbourne Mountford and the moiety of 3¾ yard lands in the same, or, upon her remarriage, accept an annuity of £10 from the heirs of the said John, and not make any claim for dower, the said bond should be void.

[no title]  L6/631  20 Dec. 1605

Contents:
Quit claim from Richard Veynor of Wellesbourne Mountford, yeoman, to John Veynor, his brother, of a capital messuage called Bacons House and 3¾ yardlands in Wellesbourne Mountford, previously conveyed by the said Richard on 31 December 1594 to Thomas Wagstaffe of Harbury, gent., and Thomas Harward of Newbold Pacey, yeoman, to hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/632  20 Feb. 1622/3

Contents:
Covenant between John Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., and Edward Venour of Newbold Pacey, gent., with Timothy Wagstaffe of the Middle Temple, London, esq., and Paul Ayleworth of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., to levy a fine of property as in L6/631, to the use of the said John Venour.

[no title]  L6/633  Easter Term 1623

Contents:
Indenture of fine relating to L6/632.

[no title]  L6/634  20 June 1631

Contents:
Conveyance from John Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., and Thomas Venour, his son and heir, to George Francis of the same and William Smith of Stratford-upon-Avon, gent., being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said Thomas Venour to Susanna, daughter of the said George Francis of property as in L6/631. To hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/635  7 June 1660

Contents:
Counterpart of a conveyance from John Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., to Robert Heath of Warwick, gent., and Francis Warner of Wasperton, gent., being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said John Venour and Mary, eldest daughter of the said Francis Warner, of property as in L6/631, and a messuage with a close called Home close and half a yard land in the common fields of Wellesbourne Mountford.

Wallesbourne: Cross Sitch  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/636  27 Oct. 1772

Contents:
Conveyance from Samuel Aylworth of Halford, esq., to John Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, esq., of enclosed ground called Cross Sitch in Wellesbourne Mountford, in exchange for a conveyance of this date from the said John Venour to Samuel Aylworth of enclosed grounds called Loxley Road grounds and Loe in Wellesbourne Mountford and £210.

Wellesbourne: First Hill Ground etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/637-8  29 and 30 Sept. 1800

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from John Geers Cotterell of Garnons, Herefordshire, esq., to Peter Moore of Charlecote, gent., and William Russell of Warwick, mercer, of arable land adjoining Sheeppen ground, lands called First Hill ground, the Second Hill ground etc. (described) in Wellesbourne Hastings. To hold to the said Peter Moore and his heirs for ever. Consideration: £1,211. 16s.

[no title]  L6/639  18 Oct. 1800

Contents:
Mortgage from Peter Moore of Charlecote, gent., and William Russell of Warwick, mercer, to Job Wilson of Rouncell Lane, Kenilworth, gent., of property as in L6/638, to secure repayment of £600.

[no title]  L6/640-1  28 and 29 Oct. 1804

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Peter Moore of Charlecote, gent., and William Russell of Warwick, draper, trustee of the said Peter Moore, to the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, of property as in L6/638, with assignment to William Tibbits of Warwick, gent., to attend the inheritance in trust for the said John Lucy. Consideration: £1,800.

[no title]  L6/642  25 Oct. 1833

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from William Tibbits of Warwick, gent., at the request and direction of George Lucy of Charlecote House, esq., to Thomas Morris of Warwick, gent., of property as in L6/637, to attend the inheritance in trust for the said George Lucy.

Wellesbourne: Katesby  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/643  3 May 1706

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from John Banner of London, gent., by the direction and appointment of Robert Boyce of Wellesbourne, esq., with the consent of Thomas Venour of Wellesbourne, gent., to John Venour of Kineton, surgeon, of a capital messuage called Katesby in Wellesbourne Mountford with 4 yardlands and 2 other yardlands with meadow called Old Meadow near a place called the Floodgates and ?Bradimeare meadow, to hold in trust to attend the inheritance. Part of which property i.e. a messuage and 2 yardlands with a meadow called Old Meadow in Wellesbourne, near a place called Floodgates and Midsummer meadow and Mickle meadow the said Robert Boyce sold to the said Thomas Venour.

Wellesbourne: Kingsmead etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/644  10 May 1766

Contents:
Conveyance from John Venour of Wellesbourne, esq., to the Rev. John Taylor of Colton, Staffs., clerk and Henry Venour of Birmingham, linendraper, being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said John Venour and Catherine, youngest daughter of Robert Landor of Rugeley, Staffs., esq., of a newly erected messuage called Kingsmead, another messuage in the tenure of Stephen Marshall, land called Rowshams close near Wellesbourne bridge, inclosed lands in Wellesbourne and meadow land including Mickle meadow, all in Wellesbourne.

[no title]  L6/645  10 May 1766

Contents:
Attested copy of L6/644. Attested: 25 Nov. 1794.

[no title]  L6/646  20 June 1789

Contents:
Bargain and sale being a conveyance from John Venour of Worcester College, Oxford, to John Manley of the Inner Temple, London, gent., of a newly erected messuage called Kingsmead with lands called Huntes Mill meadow and other messuages and lands (described) in Wellesbourne, to create the said John Manley a tenant to the praecipe for a recovery to be suffered to the use of the said John Venour.

[no title]  L6/647  20 June 1789

Contents:
Attested copy of L6/646. Attested: 25 Nov. 1794

[no title]  L6/648  9 Nov. 1791

Contents:
Lease from John Venour of Worcester College, Oxford, to Edward Jenkinson of Bodicote, Oxon., clerk, of a messuage called Kingsmead with garden and lands (described with field names) in Wellesbourne Mountford, together with furniture and household goods in the same. To hold for 3 years for the annual rent of £120, with additional payments for each acre of pasture ploughed etc.

[no title]  L6/649  17 Nov. 1794

Contents:
Release from Walter Landor of Warwick, doctor of physic and the Rev. John Landor of Rugeley, Staffs., clerk, to the Rev. John Venour of Halford, second son of John Venour of Wellesbourne, esq., deceased reciting L6/644 and also reciting that the said property passed to the said Rev. John Venour on the death of Thomas Venour, eldest son of the said John Venour, deceased, who had sold part of the same to the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, for £4,200, of which £857. 2. 10d was to be paid to the four younger children of the said John Venour, deceased, the said Walter Landor and the Rev. John Landor upon receipt of the said £857. 2. 10d. from the said Rev. John Lucy, now released the said Rev. John Venour from the terms of the said settlement.

[no title]  L6/650  17 Nov. 1794

Contents:
Attested copy of L6/649. Attested: 28 Nov. 1809.

[no title]  L6/651  c. 1794

Contents:
Schedule of deeds 1705-1794 relating to Kingsmead House and lands in Wellesbourne Mountford sold by the Rev. John Venour to the Rev. John Lucy.

[no title]  L6/652  26 May 1794

Contents:
Articles of agreement between the Rev. John Venour of Halford and the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote concerning the sale to the Rev. John Lucy of property as in L6/655 for £4,200.

[no title]  L6/653  13 Oct. 1794

Contents:
Abstract of title 1693-1789 of the Rev. John Venour to Kingsmead House and lands in Wellesbourne sold to the Rev. John Lucy. With counsel's opinion dated 13 Oct. 1794.

[no title]  L6/654-5  14 and 15 Nov. 1794

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from the Rev. John Venour of Halford, clerk, to the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, of a newly erected messuage called Kingsmead with lands (described with field names) in Wellesbourne Mountford, together with an assignment of two terms to attend the inheritance. Consideration: £4,200.

[no title]  L6/656  10 Jan. 1804

Contents:
Assignment from Walter Landor of Warwick, doctor of physic and the Rev. John Landor of Rugeley, Staffs., gent., with the consent and direction of the Rev. John Venour of Wellesbourne, eldest surviving son of John Venour, late of Kingsmead in Wellesbourne, esq., deceased, to John Lloyd of the Middle Temple, London, esq., of property as in L6/644, being the remainder of property, some of which had been sold by the Rev. John Venour to the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, to hold to the use of the said Rev. John Venour, in trust to attend the inheritance.

Wellesbourne: Little Brake  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/657  20 Oct. 1742

Contents:
Conveyance from Thomas Mander of Toddenham, Glos., gent., and John Mander of the same, gent., his son, to Thomas Venor of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., of a piece of land called Little Brake in Wellesbourne. Consideration: £14. 7s.

Wellesbourne: Long Close etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/658-9  1 and 2 May 1810

Contents:
Attested copy of lease and release, the release being a conveyance from the Rev. John Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, clerk, and Maria, his wife, with the consent of Henry Eyres Landor of Warwick, gent., and another, to Christopher Hall of Warwick, gent., and Thomas Tidmas of the same, gent., of a messuage and blacksmith's shop, lands called Kings croft, Long close, New meadow, comprising part of an ancient inclosure called Old meadow, etc. (described) in Wellesbourne Mountford in the occupation of William Bevington, formerly the inheritance of Thomas Venour, grandfather of the said John, together with fishing rights in Wellesbourne Brook (defined). The said Christopher Hall and Thomas Tidmas to hold the same, one moiety to the said Christopher and his heirs, and the other moiety to the use of the said Thomas and his heirs. Consideration: £3,340. Attested: 17 Nov. 1817.

[no title]  L6/660  2 May 1810

Contents:
Attested copy of an agreement between the Rev. John Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, clerk, and Christopher Hall of Warwick, gent., and Thomas Tidmas of the same, gent., concerning the production of title deeds relating to property as in L6/659.

[no title]  L6/661  4 Nov. 1817

Contents:
Memorandum of an agreement between Thomas Tidmas and John Orde Hall, both of Warwick, and Thomas Wallington on behalf of John Lucy, esq., concerning the sale to the said John Lucy of Long close and meadow land adjoining the same in Wellesbourne. Consideration: £1,080.

[no title]  L6/662  3 Dec. 1817

Contents:
Certified copy from the register of the parish of St. George, Hanover Square, Middlesex, of the baptism of John Orde, son of Christopher and Ellen Hall of Brook Street on 12 Dec. 1796. Certified: 3 Dec. 1817.

[no title]  L6/663-4  12 and 13 Dec. 1817

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Thomas Carner of Wasperton, gent., by the direction of John Orde Hall of Warwick, gent., and Thomas Tidmas of the same, gent., to the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, of lands called Long close and New meadow, comprising ancient inclosure called Old meadow, and part of Deep Slade meadow in Wellesbourne Mountford, with fishing rights in Wellesbourne brook (defined) formerly mortgaged to the said Thomas Garner. Consideration: £1,080.

[no title]  L6/665  13 Dec. 1817

Contents:
Agreement between John Orde Hall of Warwick, gent., Thomas Tidmas of the same, gent., and the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, concerning the production of title deeds relating to property as in L6/664.

Wellesbourne: Lowe House, Hunts Mill close etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/666  14 Jan. 1804

Contents:
Mortgage from John Venour of Wellesbourne, clerk, to the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, of a messuage and lands called Hunts Mill close, Charlecote Way ground etc. (described) containing 115 acres, and other messuages and lands (described) in Wellesbourne, to secure repayment of £1,800.

[no title]  L6/667  23 Feb. 1808

Contents:
Articles of agreement being a conveyance from the Rev. John Venour of the Lowe House, Wellesbourne Mountford, clerk, to John Briggs of the Middle Temple, London, esq., previous to the marriage of the said John Venour and Maria Briggs of Sherborne, spinster, of messuages and lands in Wellesbourne Mountford, one called the Lowe House, to hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/668-9  9 and 10 Aug. 1809

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from the Rev. John Venour of the Lowe House, Wellesbourne, clerk, and Maria, his wife, to John Briggs of the Inner Temple, London, esq., and others being a settlement upon the marriage of the said John Venour and Maria, of a messuage and lands called Hunts Mill close and Charlecote Way ground etc. (described) and a messuage called Lowe House and lands etc. (described) in Wellesbourne. To hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/670-1  10 Aug. 1809

Contents:
Two abstracts of L6/669. Abstracted: c. 1858.

[no title]  L6/672  1 Jan. 1810

Contents:
Appointment by the Rev. John Venour of the Lowe House in Wellesbourne, clerk, and Maria, his wife, of Walter Landor of Rugeley, Staffs., gent., as trustee under the marriage settlement of the said John and Maria Venour, as in L6/669.

[no title]  L6/673  4 Nov. 1815

Contents:
Appointment by the Rev. John Venour of Lowe House in Wellesbourne, clerk, and Maria, his wife, and others of the Rev. Thomas Lambert Snow of Tidmington, clerk, as trustee under the marriage settlement of the said John and Maria Venour as in L6/669.

[no title]  L6/674  18 Aug. 1828

Contents:
Appointment by the Rev. John Venour of Bourton-on-Dunsmore, clerk, and Maria, his wife, and others, of the Rev. Gilbert Malcolm of Toddenham, Glos., clerk, as trustee under the marriage settlement of the said John and Maria Venour as in L6/669. Endorsed with conveyance of trust estates to the Rev. Gilbert Malcolm dated 13 May 1844, and appointment of Sir Thomas Briggs and the Rev. A. Malcolm as new trustees, dated 4 April 1848.

Wellesbourne: Mickle meadow [Granville family property]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/675  3 Aug. 1833

Contents:
Particulars of a freehold estate in Wellesbourne Mountford and Hampton Lucy to be sold by auction 3 Aug. 1833, including land in Mickle meadow. Plan.
With pencil note that the land in Mickle meadow was purchased by Bernard Granville.

[no title]  L6/676-84  c. 1850

Contents:
Abstracts of title 1780-1850, copies of deeds, copies of inquisitions and replies etc. relating to the title of Bernard Granville to estates in Wellesbourne.

[no title]  L6/685  10 May 1850

Contents:
Memorandum of agreement between Barnard Granville of Wellesbourne, esq., and Mary Elizabeth Lucy, widow, and others, concerning the sale of lands in Mickle meadow.

[no title]  L6/686  24 Dec. 1850

Contents:
Conveyance from Bernard Granville of Wellesbourne, esq., to Mary Elizabeth Lucy of Charlecote Park, widow, and others of 5 pieces of meadow ground in Mickle meadow in Hampton Lucy, Wellesbourne Hastings and Wellesbourne Mountford containing c. 5 acres. Consideration: £1,300. Schedule of deeds 1828-1850 appended. Plan endorsed. Endorsed with conveyance from the said Mary Elizabeth Lucy and John Lucy to Henry Spencer Lucy of Charlecote Park, esq., of this property, dated 19 June 1867.

[no title]  L6/687  24 Dec. 1850

Contents:
Draft of L6/686.

Wellesbourne: Mickle meadow [Lucy family property]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/688  1 Dec. 1593

Contents:
Articles of agreement between Sir Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, knt., and Sir Thomas Lucy, knt., his son and heir, of the first part, John Edes and Richard Venor, gents., lords of the manor of Wellesbourne Mountford, of the second part, and the freeholders and customary tenants of the manor of Wellesbourne, of the third part, concerning the customs of the great meadow of Myckell meadow among the demesne lands belonging to a capital messuage called Hunscote near Charlecote in Hampton Lucy, lately enclosed and ditched with the consent of the parties, the said meadow, except 11 acres, marked bounded and well known to be the freehold of the said Sir Thomas Lucy, being the freehold and inheritance of the said John Edes, Richard Venor and freeholders.

Wellesbourne: Mickle meadow [Mordaunt family property]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/689  1858

Contents:
Abstract of title 1834-1845 of Sir Charles Mordaunt, bart., to doles of land in Mickle meadow in Wellesbourne, containing 2 acres, 3 roods and 28 perches.

[no title]  L6/690  3 July 1858

Contents:
Declaration by George Biddle of Walton, farmer, concerning lands in Mickle meadow in Wellesbourne Mountford.

[no title]  L6/691  7 July 1858

Contents:
Conveyance from Sir Charles Mordaunt of Walton House, bart., to Henry Spencer Lucy of Charlecote House, esq., of 2 pieces of land containing 2 acres, 3 roods and 28 perches in Mickle meadow in Wellesbourne Mountford. Consideration: £200.

[no title]  L6/692  30 July 1858

Contents:
Receipted solicitors bill from Messrs. Hunt to Sir Charles Mordaunt, bart., concerning the sale to Spencer Lucy, esq., of lands in Mickle meadow in Wellesbourne.

Wellesbourne: Mickle meadow [Nason family property]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/693  25 March 1741/2

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Thomas Garratt of Gaydon, gent., and Mary, his wife, by the direction and appointment of Thomas Little of Farmborough, Southampton, clerk, and Elizabeth, his wife, to Askell Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, apothecary, of lands in Mickle meadow (described) which Thomas Nason of Wellesbourne Hastings, gent., was to convey to Thomas Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., in exchange for lands in Midsummer meadow, these lands in Midsummer meadow to be mortgaged by the said Thomas Nason to the said Elizabeth Little in lieu of the said lands in Mickle meadow. To hold to the said Askell Venour to attend the inheritance in trust for the said Thomas Venour.

[no title]  L6/694-5  24 and 25 March 1742

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Thomas Nason of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., to Thomas Venor of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., of several lots of meadow in Mickle meadow or Wellesbourne Town meadow in Wellesbourne, Hampton Lucy and Charlecote (described) in exchange for lands in Midsummer meadow in Wellesbourne.

[no title]  L6/696  Trinity Term 1742

Contents:
Indenture of fine relating to L6/695.

[no title]  L6/697-8  1 & 2 May 1745

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Thomas Nason of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., Thomas Venor of the same, gent., William Harbridge of the same, yeoman, and William Thompson of the same, tailor, to Thomas Gibbeson of Searle Street in the parish of St. Clement Danes, Middlesex, gent., of a messuage, 69 acres of land, lands called Foxholes grounds etc., and lands in Mickle meadow (described) bought by the said Thomas Nason from the said Thomas Venor, to create the said Thomas Gibbeson a tenant to the praecipe for a recovery to be suffered for various uses recited.

Wellesbourne: Mickle meadow [Foster family property]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/699  1808

Contents:
Abstract of title 1729-1789 of the Rev. Venour to 5 pieces of land in Mickle meadow in Wellesbourne.

[no title]  L6/700  25 March 1808

Contents:
Conveyance from the Rev. John Venor of Low House, Wellesbourne Mountford, clerk, to Thomas Foster of Hampton Lucy, gent., of land in Mickle meadow (described) in Wellesbourne. Consideration: £200. Schedule of deeds 1729-1789 appended.

[no title]  L6/701-2  15 & 16 Feb. 1827

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a mortgage from Thomas Foster of Hampton Lucy, gent., to Joseph Smith of Old Pasture near Hampton Lucy, farmer, of meadowland in Mickle meadow (described) in Wellesbourne, to secure repayment of £150.

[no title]  L6/703  24 April 1828

Contents:
Copy of the will of Joseph Smith of Old Pasture Farm, Hampton Lucy.

[no title]  L6/704-5  6 and 7 April 1835

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a mortgage from Samuel Roberts of Warwick, druggist, and another, devisees in trust for Samuel Smith, deceased, at the request and direction of Thomas Foster of Hampton Lucy, gent., to James Tibbits of Warwick, gent., of meadow in Mickle meadow in Wellesbourne (described).

[no title]  L6/706  c. 1835

Contents:
Memorandum concerning the trusteeship of the estate of Samuel Smith.

[no title]  L6/707  16 March 1839

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 11 March 1834 of Thomas Foster of Hampton Lucy, surgeon. Proved: 16 March 1839.

[no title]  L6/708  29 Aug. 1840

Contents:
Release, being a conveyance from James Tibbits of Warwick, gent., at the request and direction of Thomas Jeffs Sabin formerly of Hampton Lucy, then of Leamington Priors, gent., and Elizabeth Saunders Sabin, his wife, to George Cattell Greenway of Warwick, gent., of lands in Mickle meadow (described) with pasture rights etc. Consideration: £250.

[no title]  L6/709  29 Aug. 1840

Contents:
Certificate from two of the commissioners for the taking of acknowledgements of deeds of married women by an act of 3 and 4 William IV, relating to Elizabeth Saunders Sabin.

[no title]  L6/710  12 March 1851

Contents:
Conveyance from George Cattell Greenway of Warwick, gent., to Hugh Williams of Kineton, Warwick, esq., of meadow in Mickle meadow in Wellesbourne. Consideration: £290.

[no title]  L6/711  [12 March 1851]

Contents:
Copy of memorandum that Hugh William of Kineton, Warwick, esq., purchased the property as in L6/710 for the use of Henry Spencer Lucy of Charlecote, esq., a minor.

Wellesbourne: Mickle meadow [Venor family property]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/712-13  26 and 27 Dec. 1799

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from the Rev. John Venour of Worcester College, Oxford, then of Wellesbourne Hastings, clerk, to the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, of 17 pieces of meadow in Mickle meadow in Hunscote (described in detail). Consideration: £761. 5s. With schedule of deeds 1705-1709 relating to the same, appended, and plan of lands in Mickle meadow belonging to John Venour surveyed by Henry Clark Dec. 1799, attached.

[no title]  L6/714  28 Dec. 1799

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Walter Landor of Warwick, doctor of physic, and another, at the request of the Rev. John Venor of Wellesbourne Hastings, clerk, and by the direction and appointment of the Rev. John Lucy, clerk, of 8 acres of meadow in the town meadow of Wellesbourne called Mickle meadow, to attend the inheritance in trust for the said John Lucy.

[no title]  L6/715  c. 1800

Contents:
Abstract of title deeds 1705-1734 relating to property as in L6/713, to be produced on request.

[no title]  L6/716  c. 1800

Contents:
Terrier of land in Mickle meadow belonging to the Rev. Venour.

[no title]  L6/717  7 Jan. 1800

Contents:
Memorandum relating to 15 acres and 36 perches bought by John Lucy, from John Venour, being meadow land in Mickle meadow, belonging to upper and Middle Hunscote.

[no title]  L6/718  25 March 1859

Contents:
Conveyance from the Rev. Archibald Malcolm of Duns Tew vicarage, Oxon., clerk, trustee named in the marriage settlement of John Venour and Maria, his wife, both deceased, to Henry Spencer Lucy of Charlecote Park, esq., of the tithe or rent charge of 30s. in lieu of tithes of corn, grain and hay from 6 acres of land in Mickle meadow in Wellesbourne, belonging to the said Henry Spencer Lucy.

Wellesbourne: Midsummer Patch  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/719-20  30 and 31 Oct. 1781

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Samuel Aylworth of Halford, esq., to George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and the Rev. and the Rev. John Hammond of Lydeard St. Lawrence, Somerset, clerk, of meadow land called Midsummer Patch in Wellesbourne Mountford containing 1½ acres (described). Consideration: £60.

[no title]  L6/721-2  29 and 30 Nov. 1781

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and the Rev. John Hammond of Lydeard St. Lawrence, Somerset, clerk, to Sir John Mordaunt of Walton, bart., of 1½ acres of meadow called Midsummer Patch in Wellesbourne Mountford, in exchange for the conveyance from the said Sir John to the said George and John of part of Wellesbourne Brook (described) and fishing rights in the same.

Wellesbourne: Overfield  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/723  28 Feb. 1654/5

Contents:
Writ directed to Thomas Nason of Wellesbourne ordering the execution of a decree made in the High Court of Chancery for the inclosure of part of Overfield in Wellesbourne Mountford.
Note: This writ contains a long account of the reasons for the inclosure, the agreements made concerning it, and the difficulties and obstacles encountered, together with a description of the allotment made to each landholder based on his previous holdings in the common fields. The said inclosed lands being surveyed by Richard Randolph, gent., 'expert in the art of surveyinge'.
V. W.E. Tate, 'Enclosure Acts and awards relating to Warwickshire', Birmingham Archaeological Society Transactions, vol. 65, 1949, p. 91.

Wellesbourne: rectory  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/724  20 Jan. 1606/7

Contents:
Copy of letters patent granted to Henry Stanley and Robert Morgan of the rectory of Wellesbourne, and other property elsewhere in England (described). Copy made c. 1820.

Wellesbourne: Sheep Pen grounds  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/725  29 and 30 Sept. 1756

Contents:
Attested copy of lease and release, the release being a conveyance from John Cotterell Brooks, the elder, of Saintbury, Glos., gent., Mary, his wife, and John Cotterell Brooks, the younger, their son, to the Rev. James Poole of Stretton Grandison, Herefordshire, clerk, and William Jackson of Princes Risborough, Bucks., apothecary, being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said John Cotterell Brooks, the younger, to Anne Geers, spinster, daughter of John Geers of Garnons, Herefordshire, esq., and Anne, his wife, of messuages and lands (described with field names) in Saintbury and Willersey, Glos., in Broadway, Worcs., and in Alderminster, Alveston, Hampton Lucy and Wellesbourne. To hold in trust for uses recited. Attested: 30 Dec. 1800.

[no title]  L6/726-7  24 and 25 March 1796

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from John Geers Cotterell of Garnons, Hereford, esq., to Benjamin Price of Old Buildings, Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, gent., of a messuage and lands called the Meadow, Homeground, Sheep Pen ground (described with field names) in Wellesbourne Hastings, to create the said Benjamin a tenant to the praecipe for a recovery to be suffered to the use of the said John Geers Cotterell.

[no title]  L6/728  9 May 1796

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery relating to L6/727.

[no title]  L6/729  Trinity Term 1800

Contents:
Copy of rule made in the Court of Common Pleas to alter the wording in L6/728.

[no title]  L6/730  c. 1800

Contents:
Abstract of title 1723-1800 of John Geers Cotterell, esq., to a messuage, cottage and c. 70 acres of land in Wellesbourne Hastings, and 2 acres of meadow in Longbridge meadow in the parish of St. Mary's, Warwick.

[no title]  L6/731  24 Sept. 1800

Contents:
Attested copy of an assignment of mortgage from Mary Phillips of Evesham, Worcs., widow, at the request and direction, and by the nomination and appointment of John Geers Cotterell of Garnons, Herefordshire, to John Smart of Red Lion Square, Middlesex, gent., of property in the counties of Hereford, Gloucester and Worcester and in Wellesbourne Hastings (all described with field names), to attend the inheritance in trust for uses recited. Attested: 30 Dec. 1800.

[no title]  L6/732  25 and 26 Oct. 1833

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a mortgage from George Lucy of Charlecote House, esq., to William Malins of Thelsford in Charlecote, and James Wallington of Charlecote, gent., of a messuage and lands called Home ground, Money ground etc. (described), lands called Hill ground etc. (described) in Wellesbourne with fishing rights in Wellesbourne Brook (defined) and a capital messuage and lands (described) in Long Marston, to secure repayment of £8,000.

[no title]  L6/733  8 May 1846

Contents:
Reconveyance from James Wallington of Charlecote, gent., to William Fulk Lucy of Charlecote House, esq., of property as in L6/732, upon repayment of £8,000 to the said James by Mary Elisabeth Lucy of Charlecote House, widow, at the request of the said William Fulke Lucy.

[no title]  L6/734  c. 1847

Contents:
Schedule of parcels of land from deeds of William Fulke Lucy, esq., relating to property, lately mortgaged in Long Marston, Wellesbourne and Fulbrook.

[no title]  L6/735  17 July 1857

Contents:
Articles of agreement between the Rev. Archibald Malcolm of Duns Tew vicarage, Oxon., clerk, and the Rev. John Lucy of Hampton Lucy, clerk, concerning the sale to the Rev. John Lucy of a farm and c. 71 acres in Wellesbourne, being lots 3, 4, 5 and 11 on the annexed plan. Consideration: £9,600. Plan.

[no title]  L6/736  5-8 Sept. 1857

Contents:
Certified copies of the burial entries of the following: Thomas Lambert Snow of Tidmington House at Tidmington on 28 June 1839.
Rev. Gilbert Malcolm, rector of Todenham, Glos. at Todenham. 21 April 1855
Admiral Sir Thomas Briggs of Portsea, Hampshire at All Souls Cemetary, Kensal Green, Kemington, Middlesex, on 23 Dec. 1852.
Maria Venour of Clifton near Bristol at Wellesbourne 8 April 1857

[no title]  L6/737  18 Nov. 1857

Contents:
Conveyance from the Rev. Archibald Malcolm of Duns Tew, Oxon., clerk, to the Rev. John Lucy of Hampton Lucy, clerk, of 2 messuages, a cottage, lands called Sheep Pen grounds etc. (described) with fishing rights in Wellesbourne brook (defined) and tithe commutation rent charges (described). Consideration: £9,600. Plan.

[no title]  L6/738  18 Nov. 1857

Contents:
Bond from Stephen Charles Venour of Grays Inn, Middlesex, gent., to the Rev. John Lucy of Hampton Lucy, clerk, to secure peaceful possession to the said Rev. John Lucy of property as in L6/735.

[no title]  L6/739  12 Dec. 1857

Contents:
Declaration by the Rev. John Lucy of Hampton Lucy, clerk, concerning the merger of tithe rent charges with the freehold of lands called Sheep Pen grounds etc. in Wellesbourne. Schedule of lands annexed.

[no title]  L6/740  1858

Contents:
Abstract of title 1810 - 1848 of the Rev. Archibald Malcolm to a tithe rent or annual payment in lieu of tithe of 30s. in Wellesbourne.

[no title]  L6/741  19 Feb. 1858

Contents:
Conveyance from the Rev. John Lucy of Hampton Lucy, clerk, to Henry Spencer Lucy of Charlecote House, esq., of two closes called Sheep Pen ground and Old meadow in Wellesbourne Mountford, containing about 11 and 4 acres respectively, with free fishing in part of Wellesbourne brook (defined). Consideration: £2,000.

[no title]  L6/742  19 Feb. 1858

Contents:
Covenant for the production of title deeds relating to L6/741.

[no title]  L6/743  1872

Contents:
Abstract of title 1858 of Henry Spencer Lucy to 2 closes of land on Wellesbourne Mountford.

[no title]  L6/744  1 Feb. 1873

Contents:
Mortgage from Mary Elizabeth Lucy of Charlecote Park, widow, and Henry Spencer Lucy of the same, esq., to Samuel Burbury of Warwick, esq., of property as in L6/741, and a messuage, farm and lands (described) in Wellesbourne Hastings, a capital messuage and lands (described) and another messuage and lands (described) in Long Marston, to secure repayment of £7,000. Endorsed with reconveyance from Samuel Burbury and others to Henry Spencer Lucy dated 10 May 1876.

[no title]  L6/745  7 Aug. 1878

Contents:
Mortgage from Henry Spencer Lucy of Charlecote Park, esq., to Lawrence Birch of Montague Square, Middlesex, esq., and Lionel Skipwith of Doctors Commons, esq., of a messuage and lands called Sheep Pen grounds and Old meadow in Wellesbourne Mountford, a messuage, cottage and lands (described) called Kings Mead Farm, fishing rights in Wellesbourne Brook (defined) and a messuage and lands (described) in Wellesbourne Hastings, to secure repayment of £6,000. Endorsed with assignment of mortgage from the said Lionel Birch to the said Lionel Birch and George Hyde Granville of Wellesbourne Mountford, esq., dated 14 December 1887.

[no title]  L6/746  7 Aug. 1878

Contents:
Receipted schedule of deeds 1789-1878 relating to property as in L6/745.

Wellesbourne: Ten Acre close etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/747-8  2 and 3 April 1810

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from the Rev. John Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, clerk, and Maria, his wife, and others, to the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, of lands called Ten Acre close etc. (described) in Wellesbourne Mountford, with fishing rights in Wellesbourne brook (defined). Consideration: £9,740.

[no title]  L6/749  3 April 1810

Contents:
Covenant to produce title deeds relating to L6/748.

[no title]  L6/750  [April 1810]

Contents:
Particulars of land for sale belonging to the Rev. Venour.

[no title]  L6/751  [April 1810]

Contents:
Extract from the Inclosure Award for Wellesbourne Mountford in Wellesbourne Hastings relating to allotments made to Thomas and John Venour 20 Dec. 1730.

[no title]  L6/752  [April 1810]

Contents:
Abstract of title 1705-1810 of the Rev. John Venour to an estate at Wellesbourne Mountford, part of which was sold to the Rev. John Lucy in 1810.

[no title]  L6/753  16 June 1821

Contents:
Mortgage from the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, to William Woods Weston of Stratford-upon-Avon, esq., of property as in L6/748, to secure repayment of £3,200.

[no title]  L6/754  16 June 1821

Contents:
Bond relating to L6/753.

[no title or date]  L6/755

Contents:
Schedule of deeds 1703-1821 relating to property as in L6/753.

[no title]  L6/756  18 Feb. 1822

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from William Woods Weston of Stratfordford-upon-Avon, gent., to Kelynge Greenway of Warwick, esq., and others of property as in L6/753.

[no title]  L6/757  8 May 1846

Contents:
Reconveyance from Kelynge Greenway of Warwick, banker, and others to William Fulke Lucy of Charlecote House, esq., of property as in L6/753. Consideration: £3,200.

[no title]  L6/758  22 July 1880

Contents:
Mortgage from Henry Spencer Lucy of Charlecote Park, esq., to Lawrence Birch of 58 Montague Square, Middlesex, esq., and Lionel Skipwith of Doctors Commons, London, esq., of property as in L6/753 to secure repayment of £3,500. Plan.

[no title]  L6/759  30 July 1881

Contents:
Mortgage from Henry Spencer Lucy of Charlecote Park, esq., to Lawrence Birch of 58, Montague Square, Middlesex, esq., and Lionel Skipwith of Doctors Commons, London, esq., being a further charge of £2,000 upon property as in L6/753. Endorsed with assignment of mortgage from the said Lawrence Birch to George Hyde Granville of Wellesbourne Mountford dated 14 Dec. 1887.

Wellesbourne: Vicarage - lands farming part of  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/760  8 Feb. 1859

Contents:
Conveyance from the Rev. Archibald Malcolm of Duns Tew vicarage, Oxon., clerk, to the Hon. and Rev. Lord Charles Paulet, vicar of Wellesbourne of a parcel of land with piggeries and other buildings near the church in Wellesbourne, and adjoining to and being part of the garden of the vicarage there. Consideration: £200. Plan.

[no title]  L6/761  c. 1859

Contents:
Abstract of title 1810-1848 relating to L6/760.

[no title]  L6/762  12 April 1862

Contents:
Conveyance from the Hon. and Rev. Lord Charles Paulet of Wellesbourne Hastings, clerk, to Henry Spencer Lucy of Charlecote House, esq., of property as in L6/60. Consideration: £300.

[no title]  L6/763  8 May 1862

Contents:
Certified copy of a declaration by H.C. Mules and G. Ridley, two of the Inclosure commissioners for England and Wales recognising an exchange of lands in Wellesbourne Hastings, whereby the Hon. and Rev. Lord Charles Paulet, vicar of Wellesbourne granted to Henry Spencer Lucy of Charlecote Park, esq., lands in Mickle meadow in exchange for lands with piggeries etc. near the church. Schedule. Plan.

Wellesbourne: Wellesbourne Inn  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/764-5  20 Feb. 1683/4

Contents:
Release, with counterpart, being a conveyance from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Thomas Marshall of London, painter stainer, of a messuage and ½ yardland in Wellesbourne, Newbold and Charlecote, meadow called Allens meadow near the floodgate, and ½ acre called the Bowling Alley, all late in the tenure of John Francis. Consideration: £315. 10s. To hold for ever rendering 2 turkeys at Christmas for the said Bowling Alley.
Endorsed with memorandum that the said Thomas Marshall might use the arms of the said Thomas Lucy as the perpetual sign of the said Inn, and was also to keep the said bowling alley in good order.

[no title]  L6/766  20 Oct. 1686

Contents:
Bargain and sale from Thomas Marshall of London, painter stainer, to Richard Grimes of Warwick, goldsmith, of property as in L6/764-5. Consideration: £560.

[no title]  L6/767  9 Nov. 1709

Damaged by rodents and parts missing.

Contents:
Lease from Richard Grimes of Warwick, gent., to Robert Goodwin of Wellesbourne Hastings, innholder, of property as in L6/764 [the said messuage being called Wellesbourne Inn]. To hold from 25 March 1712 for 12 years for the annual rent of £30.

[no title]  L6/768  8 May 1711

Contents:
Mortgage from Robert Boyce of Wellesbourne, esq., and another, executors of the will of Richard Grimes of Warwick, goldsmith, deceased, to William Buickes, D.D., Dean of Lichfield, and William Gooday of Northampton, gent., surviving trustees of Thomas Sheppard of Northampton, gent., deceased, of property as in L6/764-5, to secure repayment of £200.

[no title]  L6/769-70  5 Feb. 1722/3

Contents:
Lease, with counterpart, from the Rev. William Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, to Thomas Harvey of Wellesbourne Hastings, wheelwright, of property as in L6/764-5. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £30. 5s.
Consideration: 1 broad piece of gold.

[no title]  L6/771  30 Nov. 1749

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Court of Hunscote, husbandman, of property as in L6/764-5. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £37. 13s.

[no title]  L6/772  30 Aug. 1780

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to John Court of Wellesbourne, yeoman, of property as in L6/764-5. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of £40.

Wellesbourne: [Bates family property]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/773  24 Feb. 1761

Contents:
Copy of the will of Robert Bates of Tysoe, shopkeeper, bequeathing to Robert Bates, vicar of Tysoe, a messuage in Wellesbourne in the tenure of John Alcock and Widow Gardner.

[no title]  L6/774-5  11 and 12 Nov. 1761

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Robert Bates of Tysoe, clerk, to John Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, esq., of property as in L6/773.

Wellesbourne: [Francis family property]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/776  3 May 1660

Contents:
Counterpart of bargain sale and feoffment from John Edes of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, to Thomas Collins of Preston-on-Stour, gent., and Henry Yearwood of Warwick, gent., of a messuage, 3 yardlands, a close called Cox close and part of Mickle meadow in Wellesbourne Mountford and Hampton Lucy, formerly in the possession of Richard Spiers and then of Edward Sabell. To hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/777  Michaelmas Term 1675

Contents:
Indenture of fine between John Hopper and Edward Green, gents, pls., and George Francis and Alice, his wife, defs., of 2 cottages, 20 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow, 15 acres of pasture, 30 acres of heath and common pasture in Wellesbourne Mountford.

[no title]  L6/778-9  24 March 1678/9

Contents:
Agreement, with counterpart, between John Francis of Loxley, yeoman, George Francis, his son, and Alice his wife, and Robert Hopper of Walton, gent., and William Cleeve of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., being a covenant to levy a fine of 2 messuages, 1 yardland, etc. (described with field names) in Wellesbourne Mountford, to be held for uses recited.

[no title]  L6/780-1  12 and 13 June 1685

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from John Francis, the elder, of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., and Elizabeth, his wife, to Michael Francis, citizen and bowyer of London, youngest son of the said John, of a messuage lately built by the said John and 1 yardland (described with field names) in Wellesbourne Mountford.

[no title]  L6/782  13 June 1685

Contents:
Conveyance from Michael Francis, citizen and bowyer of London, to Thomas Nason of Wellesbourne Mountford, yeoman, and William Cleeve of the same, gent., of property as in L6/781, to hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/783  29 July 1685

Contents:
Mortgage from Michael Francis, citizen and bowyer of London to Henry Lovelace, citizen and haberdasher of London, of property as in L6/781, to secure repayment of £100.

[no title]  L6/784-5  27 March 1688

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Michael Francis, citizen and bowyer of London, and Elizabeth Francis, of London, widow, his mother, to William Francis, citizen and grocer of London, of property as in L6/781. Consideration: £150.

[no title]  L6/786  27 March 1688

Contents:
Receipt from Michael Francis, citizen and bowyer of London, to William Francis, citizen and grocer of London, for £50, the purchase price of property as in L6/785.

[no title]  L6/787  27 March 1688

Contents:
Quitclaim from Christopher Ryley of London, goldsmith, to William Francis, citizen and grocer of London, of property as in L6/781, upon receipt of £100, being the portion due to Katherine Francis, now wife of the said Christopher, one of the daughters of John and Elizabeth Francis, under terms as in L6/782.

[no title]  L6/788  27 March 1688

Contents:
Receipt from Christopher Ryley of London, goldsmith, to William Francis of London, citizen and grocer, for £100.

[no title]  L6/789  28 March 1688

Contents:
Assignment from Henry Lovelace of London, citizen and haberdasher, by appointment of Michael Francis of London, citizen and bowyer, upon the nomination of William Francis of London, citizen and grocer, to William Hall of London, citizen and armourer and James Parr of London, citizen and haberdasher, of property as in L6/781, to hold in trust to attend the inheritance to the use of the said William Francis.

[no title]  L6/790  28 March 1688

Contents:
Assignment of trust from Thomas Nason of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., and William Cleeve of the same, gent., and others, at the direction and appointment of Michael Francis of London, citizen and bowyer, to Thomas Marshall of London, painter stainer, and Edward Westfield of London, citizen, and grocer, of property as in L6/781, to hold to the use of William Francis of London, citizen and grocer.

[no title]  L6/791-2  Trinity Term 1688

Contents:
Indentures of fine relating to L6/790.

[no title]  L6/793-5  9 and 10 Sept. 1693

Contents:
Lease and release, with counterpart of release, the release being a conveyance from George Francis of Wellesbourne Mountford, yeoman, and Alice, his wife, and John Francis, their son, to William Cleeve of Wellesbourne, yeoman, and another being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said John Francis to Hester Fuller alias Roleright, daughter of Richard Fuller alias Roleright of Little Wolford, yeoman, of property as in L6/781. To hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/796  10 Sept. 1693

Contents:
Bond to secure performance of covenants as in L6/793-5.

[no title]  L6/797  Michaelmas Term 1693

Contents:
Indenture of fine relating to L6/793-5.

[no title]  L6/798  22 Sept. 1703

Contents:
Agreement between George Francis of Wellesbourne Mountford, yeoman, son and heir of John Francis of Loxley, yeoman, deceased, and Alice, wife of the said George, John Francis of Wellesbourne Mountford, son of the said George, and Hester wife of the said John, Elizabeth Delves of London, gentlewoman, and Jeremiah Hall of Mollington, gent., being a covenant to levy a fine of a messuage and 2½ yard lands, 1 ýardland called Eedes yard land etc. (described) in Wellesbourne Mountford, to hold to use recited. Terrier of the said 2½ yardlands attached.

[no title]  L6/799  22 Sept. 1703

Contents:
Mortgage from John Francis of Wellesbourne Mountford, son and heir of George Francis of the same, yeoman, and Hester, wife of the said John, to Elizabeth Delves of London, gentleman, of 2 yardlands in Wellesbourne Mountford, being part of 2½ yardlands, the inheritance of the said George Francis, to secure repayment of £300. Schedule of lands (with field names) attached.

[no title]  L6/800  Michaelmas Term

Contents:
Indentures of fine relating to L6/798.

[no title]  L6/801  13 Nov. 1711

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Sir Brian Broughton of Broughton, Staffs., bart., and Dame Elizabeth, his wife, with the consent of George Francis, formerly of Wellesbourne Mountford, then of Bishampton, Worcs., and Alice, his wife, and John Francis of the same, yeoman, his son and heir, and Hester his wife, to Thomas Jackson of Wellesbourne Hastings, yeoman, of property as in L6/799.

[no title]  L6/802  Michaelmas Term 1711

Contents:
Indenture of fine between William Clerke, Francis Nason and John Richards pls., and George Francis, Alice his wife, John Francis, and Hester his wife, and John Nason and Elizabeth his wife, defs., of a messuage, a cottage, 2 barns, 2 gardens, 2 orchards, 60 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow, 60 acres of pasture and 8 acres of heath in Wellesbourne Mountford, Hunscote and Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/803  12 Nov. 1717

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Thomas Jackson of Wellesbourne Hastings, yeoman, by the direction of John Francis of Bishampton, Worcs., yeoman, and the consent of Thomas Venor of Wellesbourne Mountford gent., to Thomas Reeve of Barford, yeoman, of property as in L6/799, in trust to attend the inheritance to the use of the said Thomas Venor.

[no title]  L6/804  12 Nov. 1717

Contents:
Attested copy of L6/803. Attested: 25 Nov. 1794

[no title]  L6/805-6  15 and 16 Nov. 1717

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from George Francis, the elder, of Bishampton, Worcs., yeoman, John Francis of the same, yeoman, his son and heir, and George Francis, the younger, of the same yeoman, son and heir of the said John to Thomas Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., of a messuage and 3½ yardlands in Wellesbourne Mountford. Consideration: £810.

[no title]  L6/807-8  15 and 16 Nov. 1717

Contents:
Attested copies of L6/805-6. Attested: 25 Nov. 1794.

[no title or date]  L6/809

Contents:
Bond to secure performance of covenants as in L6/805-6.

[no title]  L6/810  16 Jan. 1717/18

Contents:
Quitclaim from Damaris Boyse of Wellesbourne Mountford, widow of Robert Boyse, deceased, and Richard Boyse of Berkswell, clerk, son of the said Robert, to Thomas Venor of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., of property as in L6/805-6, upon receipt of £200 paid by the said Thomas Venour to the said Damaris Boyse due from the said property.

[no title]  L6/811  23 March 1729/30

Contents:
Counterpart of release, being a mortgage from Thomas Nason of Fulbrook, gent., and John Nason of Harley, Oxon., gent., to Henry Parsons of Farnborough, clerk, of a close called Cox close in Wellesbourne, and other lands (described) including lands in Mickle meadow and 1 yardland in the common fields, which property Thomas Nason, gent., deceased, father of the said Thomas Nason, purchased from Robert Boyce, also a messuage built by John Francis and other lands (described) in Wellesbourne, purchased by the said Thomas Nason, gent., deceased, from George and John Francis, son and grandson of the said John Francis.

[no title]  L6/812  26 Sept. 1732

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Henry Parsons of Farnborough, clerk, with the consent of Lydia Parsons of Cubbington, spinster, and by the appointment of Thomas Nason of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., to Thomas Webb of Sherborne, esq., of property as in L6/811, to attend the inheritance in trust for the said Thomas Nason.

[no title]  L6/813  29 Sept. 1732

Contents:
Counterpart of mortgage from Thomas Nason, the elder, of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., and Elizabeth, his wife, to William Wigan of Bishops Itchington, gent., of a messuage formerly erected by John Francis and lands called Cox close etc. (described) in Wellesbourne Mountford, to secure repayment of £520.

[no title]  L6/814  27 March 1734

Contents:
Assignment from Thomas Webb of Sherborne, esq., with the consent of Thomas Nason, the elder, of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., and at the nomination of Thomas Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., to Richard Cleeve of the same, of part of property as in L6/811, i.e. 5 pieces of meadow ground in Mickle meadow and 2 leys of wood in the liberty of Hunscote, to attend the inheritance in trust for the said Thomas Venour.

[no title]  L6/815-6  28 and 29 March 1734

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Thomas Nason, the elder, of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., Elizabeth, his wife, and William Wigan of Bishops Itchington, gent., at the request of the said Thomas and Elizabeth Nason, to Thomas Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., of property as in L6/814.

Wellesbourne: [Hastings family property]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/817  29 Nov. 1690

Contents:
Mortgage from John Hastings of Wellesbourne Mountford, yeoman, and Alice, his wife, to John Vennor of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., of 4 parcels of arable land in the common fields of Wellesbourne Mountford, to secure repayment of £15.

[no title]  L6/818  29 Nov. 1690

Contents:
Bond to secure performance of covenants as in L6/817.

[no title]  L6/819  18 March 1697/8

Contents:
Lease for a year from John Hastings of Great Alne, yeoman, and Alice, his wife, to Thomas Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., of property as in L6/817, being a lease to grant possession.

Wellesbourne: [Jackson family, later Green Flint family, property]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/820  19 Jan. 1733/4

Contents:
Copy of the probate copy of the will dated 17 Nov. 1733 of Thomas Jackson of Wellesbourne Hastings.
Proved: 19 Jan. 1733/4.

[no title]  L6/821-2  13 and 14 April 1758

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Mary Jackson of Stratford-upon-Avon, spinster, to Thomas Perkins of Clements Inn, London, gent., of a messuage and c. 42 acres of land in the tenure of Robert Hopper in Wellesbourne, to make the said Thomas a tenant to the praecipe for a recovery to be suffered to the use of the said Mary Jackson.

[no title]  L6/823  8 May 1758

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery relating to L6/821-2.

[no title]  L6/824  c. 1758

Contents:
Attested extract from the Inclosure Award for Wellesbourne Hastings relating to the lands of Mary Jackson. Award dated 19 March 1733 and inrolled 23 April 1734.

[no title]  L6/825-6  20 and 21 July 1758

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Mary Jackson of Stratford-upon-Avon, spinster, with the consent of Richard Archer of Shrewley in Hatton, tanner, to John Coterill of Garnons, Herefordshire, esq., and William Archer of Wolverhampton, Staffs., surgeon and apothecary, being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said Mary and Richard of property as in L6/821-2, to hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/827  11 March 1775

Contents:
Attested copy of the will of Richard Archer of Shrewley in Hatton, tanner. Attested: 19 May 1786.

[no title]  L6/828-9  7 & 8 Oct. 1785

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Joseph Eberall of Warwick, gent., and another, devisees in trust of property described in the will of Richard Archer of Shrewley in Hatton, tanner, deceased, with the consent of Lawrence Archer of Shrewley, tanner, William Archer of Holmes Chapel, Cheshire, innkeeper, Richard Archer of Wasperton, gent., and Thomas Archer of Hereford, mercer, the said Lawrence, William, Richard and Thomas being sons of the said Richard Archer, deceased, to John Green of Wellesbourne Hastings, gent., of property as in L6/821-2. Consideration: £1,350.

[no title]  L6/830  c. 1798

Contents:
Certificate relating to land tax due from property as in L6/821-2.

[no title]  L6/831  8 May 1798

Contents:
Copy of the will of John Green of Wellesbourne Hastings, yeoman.

[no title]  L6/832  10 Nov. 1798

Contents:
Certificate relating to land tax relating to property as in L6/821-2.

[no title]  L6/833  16 Feb. 1820

Contents:
Conveyance from John Green Flint of Wellesbourne Mountford, surgeon and apothecary, grandson of John Green of Wellesbourne Hastings, yeoman, with the consent of Thomas Garratt, the elder, formerly of Gaydon, grazier, then of Asherdon, Bucks., gent., surviving trustee named in the will of the said John Green, and Thomas Elkington of Avon Dassett, grazier, to Mary Elkington, daughter of the said Thomas, being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said John Green Flint and Mary Elkington, of a messuage and 4 closes (described) containing c. 20 acres, being part of L6/821-2, together with a pew in Wellesbourne Hastings church bequeathed by the said John Green to the said John Green Flint.

[no title]  L6/834-5  21 & 22 Feb. 1834

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from John Green Flint of Wellesbourne Mountford, now of Well Hastings surgeon and apothecary, and Robert Green Flint of Wellesbourne Hastings, surgeon, his eldest son, to Daniel Winter Burbury of Warwick, gent., of property as in L6/821-2, to hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/836  12 March 1834

Contents:
Mortgage from John Green Flint formerly of Wellesbourne Mountford, then of Wellesbourne Hastings, surgeon and apothecary, and Robert Green Flint of the same, surgeon, his eldest son, to Robert Wincott of Whichford, gent., of property as in L6/821-2, to secure repayment of £1,000.

[no title]  L6/837  c. 1835

Contents:
Certified copy from the register of baptisms of Holy Trinity, Coventry, relating to the baptism of John Green Flint, son of John and Rose, on 1 Jan. 1784.

[no title]  L6/838  27 Oct. 1835

Contents:
Attested extract from the probate copy of the will dated 23 Oct. 1833 of Robert Wincott, the elder, of Winderton in Brailes. Proved: 27 Oct. 1835.
Attested: 15 Feb. 1845.

[no title]  L6/839  12 March 1838

Contents:
Mortgage from John Green Flint of Wellesbourne Hastings, surgeon and apothecary, and Robert Green Flint of the same, surgeon, his eldest son, to Robert Wincott of Ascott in Whichford and Thomas Wincott of Winderton in Brailes, farmers, being a further charge of £700 on property as in L6/821-2.

[no title]  L6/840  4 July 1840

Contents:
Mortgage from John Green Flint of Wellesbourne Hastings, surgeon and apothecary, and Robert Green Flint of the same, surgeon, his eldest son, to Robert Wincott of Ascott in Whichford and Thomas Wincott of Winderton in Brailes, farmers, being a further charge of £200 on property as in L6/821-2.

[no title]  L6/841  10 Aug. 1842

Contents:
Copy of the will of John Green Flint of Wellesbourne, surgeon and apothecary.

[no title]  L6/842  29 Jan. 1845

Contents:
Certified copy from the parish registers of Wellesbourne relating to the baptism of Robert Green Flint in 1809 and to his burial on 7 March 1842.

[no title]  L6/843  4 Feb. 1845

Contents:
Reconveyance from Robert Wincott of Ascott in Whichford and Thomas Wincott of Winderton in Brailes, farmers, to Mary Flint of Wellesbourne Hastings, widow, of property as in L6/821-2. Consideration: £1,900.

[no title]  L6/844  5 Feb. 1845

Contents:
Counterpart of conveyance from Mary Flint of Wellesbourne, widow, to George Lucy of Charlecote Park, esq., of property as in L6/821-2.
Consideration: £3,930. Plan.

[no title]  L6/845  6 Feb. 1845

Contents:
Mortgage from George Lucy of Charlecote Park, esq., to Robert Wincott of Whichford, gent., of property as in L6/821-2, to secure repayment of £2,000.

[no title]  L6/846  14 Feb. 1845

Contents:
Draft letter from George Lucy to Messrs. Morris and Wallington concerning L6/844-5.

[no title]  L6/847  15 Feb. 1845

Contents:
Receipted schedule of deeds 1758-1845 relating to an estate at Wellesbourne Hastings belonging to George Lucy, esq., and delivered to Robert Wincott.

[no title]  L6/848  20 Feb. 1845

Contents:
Letter from Messrs. Morris and Wallington of Warwick to William Fulke Lucy, esq., concerning L6/844-5.

[no title]  L6/849  8 May 1846

Contents:
Reconveyance from Robert Wincott of Whichford, gent., to William Fulke Lucy of Charlecote House, esq., of property as in L6/821-2. Consideration: £2,000.

[no title]  L6/850  1872

Contents:
Abstract of title 1785-1848 of Henry Spencer Lucy, esq., to an estate at Wellesbourne Hastings, formerly belonging to John Green Flint.

Wellesbourne: [Mason family property]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/851  Hilary Term 1636/7

Contents:
Indenture of fine between John Vennor, pl., and Allen Mason, gent., and Anne, his wife, defs., of a messuage, garden, orchard, 20 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 8 acres of pasture in Wellesbourne Mountford.

[no title]  L6/852  29 April 1641

Contents:
Bargain and sale from Thomas Yorke of Wellesbourne, yeoman, to John Mason of Lighthorne, yeoman, of a messuage and half a yardland in Wellesbourne Mountford. Consideration: £160.

[no title]  L6/853  1 Feb. 1659/60

Contents:
Bargain sale and feoffment from Allen Mason of Lighthorne, gent., and Anne, his wife, to John Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, yeoman, of property as in L6/852. Consideration: £183.

Wellesbourne: [Rowsam family property]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/854  26 March 1615

Contents:
Lease from John Edes of Loxley, gent., to Thomas Rowsam of Wellesbourne Mountford, husbandman, of a cottage and close in Wellesbourne Mountford, late in the tenure of Richard Huett, smith, deceased. To hold for 60 years for the annual rent of 10s. Consideration: £10.

[no title]  L6/855  13 July 1637

Contents:
Lease from John Edes of Wellesbourne, gent., to Thomas Rowsam, the elder, and Thomas Rowsam, the younger, his son, of the same, labourers, of property as in L6/854 and 4 acres of land in the common fields of Wellesbourne. To hold for 60 years for the annual rent of 10s. Consideration: £12.

[no title]  L6/856  13 July 1637

Contents:
Lease from John Edes of Wellesbourne, gent., to Margery wife of Thomas Rowsam, the reversion of property as in L6/855. To hold from the death of the said Thomas for the lifetime of the said Margery, for the annual rent of 10s.

[no title]  L6/857  21 Dec. 1643

Contents:
Attested copy of mortgage from John Edes of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., to Richard Edes of the same, gent., of property as in L6/855, to secure repayment of £12.

[no title]  L6/858  12 May 1647

Contents:
Attested copy of a conveyance from John Edes of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., and Richard Edes of the same, gent., to Thomas Rowsam the elder of Wellesbourne Mountford, yeoman, and Margery, his wife, of property as in L6/855. Consideration: £25.

[no title]  L6/859  12 May 1647

Contents:
Bond to secure performance of covenants as in L6/858.

[no title]  L6/860  1 Jan. 1660/1

Contents:
Articles of agreement made between Thomas Rowsam of Wellesbourne Mountford, husbandman, and Thomas Rowsam, the younger, his son, whereby the said Thomas Rowsam, the elder, granted to his son his messuage and lands in Wellesbourne and a cottage then in the tenure of Elizabeth Rowsam, a sister of the said Thomas Rowsam, the younger, in return for which the said Thomas Rowsam, the younger, was to keep and maintain the said Thomas Rowsam, the elder, and Marjorie, his wife, for the rest of their lives, and also to pay £22 to Robert Rowsam, son of the said Thomas Rowsam, the elder, and £2. 10s. to the said Elizabeth.

[no title]  L6/861  7 May 1663

Contents:
Mortgage from Edward Maides of Wellesbourne, yeoman, to Thomas Rowsam of the same of a close called Bridge close in Wellesbourne to secure repayment of £10.

[no title]  L6/862  22 July 1663

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 22 Aug. 1662 of Thomas Rowsam the elder of Wellesbourne Mountford. Proved: 22 July 1663.

[no title]  L6/863  27 May 1670

Contents:
Release being a receipt from Robert Rowsam of Bishops Itchington, husbandman, to Thomas Rowsam of Wellesbourne, husbandman, to Thomas Rowsam of Wellesbourne, husbandman, his brother, for £22 bequeathed to the said Robert by Thomas Rowsam, the elder, of Wellesbourne, deceased, his father.

[no title]  L6/864  27 May 1670

Contents:
Receipt from Thomas Hall of Wellesbourne Mountford, husbandman, and Elizabeth, his wife, to Thomas Rowsam of Wellesbourne, husbandman, for £2. 10s. received in the right of the said Elizabeth.
Also a receipt from Thomas Parker of Wellesbourne Mountford, labourer, and Elizabeth, his wife, to the said Thomas Rowsam, for £2. 10s received in the right of the said Elizabeth, dated 7 April 1675.

[no title]  L6/865  23 March 1674

Contents:
Assignment of lease from John Edwards of Wellesbourne Mountford, husbandman, with the consent and direction of Thomas Rowsam of Wellesbourne Mountford, husbandman, to Robert Boyce of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., of a messuage and lands (described with field names) in Wellesbourne Mountford. To hold for the remainder of a term of 500 years. Consideration: £26.

[no title]  L6/866  23 March 1674/5

Contents:
Bargain sale and feoffment being a conveyance from Thomas Rowsam of Wellesbourne, husbandman, to Robert Boyce of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., of a close of pasture and lands (described) in Sitch furlong etc. in Wellesbourne Mountford. Consideration: £26.

[no title]  L6/867  14 May 1680

Contents:
Mortgage from Henry Collins of Wellesbourne Mountford, mercer, to Robert Boyce of the same, gent., of a yardland 'marked with one hole' in the tenure of Thomas Hyman, to secure repayment of £65.

[no title]  L6/868  5 Feb. 1680/1

Contents:
Conveyance from Robert Boyce of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., and Thomas Rowsam of Wellesbourne Mountford, husbandman, to John Venour of the same, gent., of a close in Wellesbourne Mountford in the tenure of John Francis, adjoining a messuage formerly in the tenure of Richard Huett, smith, but then of Thomas Rowsam. Consideration: £15.

[no title]  L6/869  27 Sept. 1705

Contents:
Articles of agreement between Robert Boyce of Wellesbourne, esq., and Thomas Venour of the same, gent., concerning the sale to the said Thomas of a messuage with lands called Upper Field etc. (described) in Wellesbourne; including lands in Mickle meadow. Consideration: £780.

[no title]  L6/870-1  1 Oct. 1705

Contents:
Lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Robert Boyce of Wellesbourne, esq., Damaris, his wife, and Richard Boyce of the same, gent., their son, to Thomas Venor of Wellesbourne, gent., of property as in L6/869. Consideration: £780.

[no title or date]  L6/872-3

Contents:
Attested copies of L6/870-1. Attested: 25 Nov. 1794.

[no title]  L6/874  Trinity Term 1744

Contents:
Indenture of fine between Thomas Venor, gent., pl., and Thomas Rowsam, Mary, his wife, Elizabeth Geary, widow, Valentine Garner and Hester his wife, defs., of 2 messuages, a cottage, a barn, a stable, 2 gardens, 2 orchards and 4 acres of land in Wellesbourne Mountford.

[no title]  L6/875-6  3 and 4 Dec. 1744

Contents:
Lease and release, the release, being a conveyance from Thomas Rowsam of Wellesbourne Mountford, tailor, and Mary his wife, to Thomas Venor of the same, gent., of a messuage in Wellesbourne Mountford in the tenure of Thomas Rowsam and a cottage in the same. Consideration: £70.

[no title]  L6/877  31 Oct. 1758

Contents:
Release, being a conveyance from John Venour of Wellesbourne, gent., upon receipt of £2,000 from Ralph Edge of Shelley, Notts., esq., to John Webb of Sherborne, esq., and another, being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said John Venour to Mary Edge, spinster, daughter of the said John Edge, of a messuage and lands called Rowshams close etc. (described) in Wellesbourne, to hold to uses recited.

Wellesbourne: [Samwell family property]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/878  1 Aug. 1751

Contents:
Attested copy of assignment of lease from Thomas Cooke of Stoke Newington, Middlesex, esq., by the direction and appointment of Sir Thomas Samwell of Upton and then of Bradden, Northants., bart., and Thomas Samwell of Upton, esq., his son, at the nomination of Thomas Venor of Wellesbourne Mountford gent., to Henry Venor of Warwick, linen draper, of a messuage and lands in Wellesbourne Hastings, land called Tythe Piece in Mickle meadow in Wellesbourne Mountford, with various rectorial tythes (described) to hold to attend the inheritance in trust for the said Thomas Venor. Attested: 30 Sept. 1790.

[no title]  L6/879-80  2 and 3 Aug. 1751

Contents:
Attested copy of lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Sir Thomas Samwell of Upton and then of Bradden, Northants., bart., and Thomas Samwell of Upton, esq., his son, to Thomas Venor of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., of property as inL6/878. Consideration: £1,274. Attested: 1 Nov. 1790.

[no title]  L6/881  Trinity Term 1752

Contents:
Indenture of fine relating to L6/879-80.

[no title]  L6/882  Trinity Term 1752

Contents:
Attested copy of L6/881. Attested: 1 Nov. 1790.

[no title]  L6/883-4  9 and 10 Oct. 1754

Contents:
Attested copy of lease and release, the release being a conveyance from Neale Stonehouse of Northampton and others, co-heirs of John Neale of Allesley, esq., deceased, one of the trustees for Sir Thomas Samwell of Upton then of Bradden, Northants., bart., and Thomas Samwell of Upton, esq., his son, at the request of John Venor of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., son and heir of Thomas Venor of the same, gent., deceased, by the direction and appointment of the said Sir Thomas Samwell and Thomas Samwell, his son, and in obedience to an order from the High Court of Chancery, to the said John Venour of property as in L6/878. Attested: 1 Nov. 1790.

[no title]  L6/885  6 Nov. 1790

Contents:
Covenant between the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, to John Venour, late of Worcester College, Oxford, then of Stratford-upon-Avon, eldest son of John Venour of Kingsmead in Wellesbourne Hastings, esq., deceased, for the production of title deeds relating to property as in L6/878, sold by the said John Venour to the said Rev. John Lucy.

[no title]  L6/886-7  15 Nov. 1794

Contents:
Exchange, with counterpart, between the Rev. John Venour of Halford and the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, whereby the said Rev. John Venour conveyed to the said Rev. John Lucy all the rectorial tithes from inclosed closes of the said John Lucy in Wellesbourne Mountford, purchased by Thomas Venour, grandfather of the said Rev. John Venour from Sir Thomas Samwell, to hold the same for ever, and whereby the said Rev. John Lucy conveyed to the said Rev. John Venour free fishing in Wellesbourne brook (defined), to hold the same for ever.

Wellesbourne: miscellaneous deeds  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/888  1 Nov. 162[?]

Contents:
Counterpart of assignment of lease from John Vennor of Wellesbourne Mountford, yeoman, to Michael Hopkins of the same, yeoman, of the moiety of a third part of closes called Hunscott grounds and 1/3 part of a close in Mickle meadow in Wellesbourne, held by the said John by a lease for 40 years from Lady Constance Lucy dated 17 May 1615. To hold for the remainder of the said term, paying to the said John the annual rent of £33. 6s. 8d.

[no title]  L6/889  25 Feb. 1623/4

Contents:
Lease from John Vennor of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., to Edward Collyns of the same, husbandman, of a newly erected cottage and grounds (described) and 8 lands in the common fields of Wellesbourne. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of 10s. Consideration: £10.

[no title]  L6/890  21 Feb. 1643/4

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Thomas Venour of Wellesbourne Mountford, gent., to Edward Collins of Wellesbourne, husbandman, of property as in L6/889. To hold for 99 years for the annual rent of 12d. Consideration: £22.

[no title]  L6/891-2  24 May 1698

Contents:
Mortgage with counterpart from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to George Harris of Croome, Worcs., clerk, of ½ a yard land in Wellesbourne Hastings and Hampton Lucy, including meadow in Mickle meadow etc. (described with field names), to secure repayment of £200.

[no title]  L6/893-4  20 Nov. 1702

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage, with counterpart, from George Harris late of Croome and then of Grafton Flyford, Worcs., clerk, by the direction of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Henry Webb of Offchurch, gent., of property as in L6/891-2.

[no title]  L6/895  1 Feb. 1776

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from John Venour of Wellesbourne, esq., to Samuel Lucas of Hunscote of a messuage in Wellesbourne, then in the tenure of the said Samuel Lucas, having lands called the Furthermost plot to the N. and S. of the same, and also lands in Mickle meadow. To hold for 12 years for the annual rent of £100.

[no title]  L6/896  1 July 1789

Contents:
Exemplification of recovery between Walter Landor, doctor of physic, pl., and John Manley, def., with John Venour as first vouchee, of 8 messuages, 3 malthouses, 8 gardens, 500 acres of land, 100 acres of wood, first vesture of 50 acres of meadow in Wellesbourne Mountford and Wellesbourne Hastings with tithes etc. (described).

[no title]  L6/897  1 July 1789

Contents:
Attested copy of L6/896. Attested: 25 Nov. 1794.

[no title]  L6/898  19 Dec. 1794

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Mary Welch of Beaudesert, widow of William Welch of Beaudesert, gent., deceased, at the request and direction of the Rev. John Venour of Halford, clerk, and at the nomination and appointment of the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, to John Lane of Lincolns Inn, esq., of property in Wellesbourne etc. (described), to attend the inheritance in trust for the said John Lucy.

[no title]  L6/899  19 Dec. 1794

Contents:
Letters of administration granted to Mary Welch, widow, grand-daughter of Thomas Reeve of Barford, gent., deceased, of the goods of the said Thomas Reeve. With a copy of the will of the said Thomas Reeve dated 22 May 1730 annexed.

[no title]  L6/900  Easter Term 1810

Contents:
Indenture of fine between Henry Robbins, gent., pl., and John Venour, clerk, and Maria his wife, defs., of 3 cottages, 4 gardens, 1 orchard, 120 acres of land, 50 acres of meadow, 50 acres of pasture, 40 acres of wood and free fishing in Wellesbourne Hastings and Wellesbourne Mountford.

[no title]  L6/901  28 May 1810

Contents:
Agreement between the Rev. John Venour of Wellesbourne, clerk, and Maria, his wife, and Henry Eyres Landor of Warwick, gent., and another, being a deed to declare the uses of a fine as in L6/900, to the use of the said John Venour.

[no title]  L6/902  18 Jan. 1845

Contents:
Agreement between Joseph Stanley of Leamington Priors, innkeeper, and George Lucy of Charlecote House, esq., for the sale to the said George of 4 acres of land in Wellesbourne Mountford, in the tenure of Daniel Walton for £299.

[no title]  L6/903  8 July 1857

Contents:
Printed particulars and plan of freehold estates at Wellesbourne Mountford to be sold by auction by Mr. John Moore of Warwick by direction of a trustee of the late Rev. J. Venour.

[no title]  L6/904  1873

Contents:
Schedule of deeds 1733-1873 relating to lands in Wellesbourne Mountford, Wellesbourne Hastings, and Long Marston belonging to Henry Spencer Lucy, esq.

[no title]  L6/905-6  17 Oct. 1713

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage, with counterpart from Anne Willes of Oxford, widow, at the request of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to George Porter of Coventry, goldsmith, of ½ a yardland in Wellesbourne Mountford and Hampton Lucy (described), to secure repayment of £200.

[no title]  L6/907  17 Oct. 1809

Contents:
Printed particulars of sale of an estate in Wellesbourne Mountford, with signed memorandum that lots 1 and 6 were sold by auction by the Rev. John Venour to John Whitehead of Warwick, gent. Plan.

Wootton Wawen  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/908  25 March 1589/90

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Spencer of Claverdon, esq., to Richard Howes of Edstone, husbandman, of a messuage and 3 closes in Whitley in Wootton Wawen. To hold for 27 years for the annual rent of 20s.
Consideration: £26. 13a. 4d.

[no title]  L6/909  26 March 1680

Contents:
Counterpart of release from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Josuah Knight of Wootton [Wawen], husbandman, of a messuage and 5 closes called Calves close etc. (described with field names and boundaries) in Wootton Wawen and Beaudesert.

BEDFORDSHIRE [Pavenham]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/910  1 July 1400

Contents:
Grant from John Passanant to John Lee and John Wisbeche, chaplain, custody of the lands and tenements which belonged to Lawrence Papynham, knt., in Bedfordshire to the value of £10, excepting all the lands, tenements, rents and services which the said Lawrence held in Papynham, together with the marriage of John, son and heir of the said Lawrence, with provision that if the said heir died under age, leaving another heir under age, that the said John Lee and John Wisbeche were to have the wardship and marriage of this heir with the said lands and tenements, and so from heir to heir until each of them reached full age.
Seal: octagonal, red wax on tag, with rush plaited border: device: the letter B between two springs of foliage.

Wilden etc  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/911  13 March 1294/5

Contents:
Gift, with warranty, from Ralph Tyrel, son of Thomas Tyrel' of Wilden' to William de Norton', for his service, of 1 selion of land lying in the field of Wilden', i.e. in Burifield in a furlong lying between le Hocruch and le Orcherdmade between the land of John le Blund on the one hand and the land of Nicholas de Fenlake, and butting upon the headland of Sir John de Paveham to the S. and upon the headland of John le Blund to the N. To hold from the chief lords for due and customary service. Witnesses: Richard Anglico, Thomas le Noble, Simon Balle, Nicholas de Fenlake, William fabro of Wilden' and many others. Given at Wilden' Sunday next after the feast of St. Gregory the Pope 23 Edward I.
Seal: round, natural wax on tag, partially defaced: device: an eight pointed star; legend: S' RADULPI TIREL.
Endorsed: [In a contemporary hand]
C. Willelmi de Norton' facta per Rad' Tyrell filium Thome Tyrell' de tenemento in Wylden'

[no title]  L6/912  c. 1300

Contents:
Exchange, with warranty, from William de Sancto Remigio to Sarah, daughter of Matilda, of ½ a messuage which belonged to Ketelburn in the vill of Wilden' and 4 selions of land lying in the fields of the same, i.e. next to the land which
Ralph anglicus held, in return for the grant and quitclaim which she [Sarah] made to the grantor and his wife of all the land which she inherited from the marriage of her mother Matilda in Brume [Broom]. Witnesses: Henry Acut', Walter de Hayy', Henry Bosse, Alan de Woresleg, Adam son of Philip de Castrton', Robert de Tasso, Alexander Bosse, William, his brother, Hugh Acute and many others.
Seal: tag.
Endorsed: 1. [In a contemporary hand]
Escambio inter W. de Sancto Remigio de terris in Ketilbern pro terris in Brume Wylden'.
2. [In a ?15th century hand]
Sarra filia Matill'

[no title]  L6/913  14 Feb. 1302/3

Contents:
Gift, with warranty, from Ralph Tyrell, son of Thomas Tyrell of Wyldene to William de Northone and Alice, his wife, of 8 selions of land, of which 6 selions lay together in Estlong which Ralph cartarius formerly held, 1 selion opposite Berefordstrate and 1 selion lying 'inter crofta'. To hold from the chief lords for due and customary service. Witnesses: Sir John Rydel, knt., Walter de la Haye, Richard Andr', Richard le Engleys, William cartario and others. Given at Wildene Thursday on the feast of St. Valentine the Martyr 31 Edward I.
Seal: tag.
Endorsed: [In a contemporary hand]
C. W. Northone & Alic' uxore eius facta per Rad' filium Thome Tyrell' de viij selionibus terre Wylden'

[no title]  L6/914  5 May 1303

Contents:
Gift, with warranty, from Ralph Tyrel, son of Thomas Tyrel, of Wyldene to William de Northone and Alice, his wife, of 6 selions of land lying in the fields of Wylden, of which 3 selions lay in le Wetelond between the land formerly belonging to Thomas de Faldingwrye which Ralph cartar' formerly held on the one hand, and the land of John le Whyte on the other, and 3 selions in le Beryfeld in the furlong called Mabelotes Brade, next to the land of John Ridel on the one hand and the land of the said William and Alice on the other. To hold from the chief lords for due and customary service. Witnesses: Sir John Ridel, knt., Richard Andreu, Walter de la Haye, Richard le Engleys, William cartario and others. Given at Wylden' Sunday on the feast of St. John before the Latin Gate 31 Edward I. Consideration: 13s. 4d.
Seal: tag.
Endorsed: [In a contemporary hand]
C. Willelmi de Norton' & Alic' uxore eius facta per Rad' Tyrell' de tenemento in Wylden'.

[no title]  L6/915  18 March 1303/4

Contents:
Gift, with warranty, from Ralph, son of Thomas Tyrel, of Wildene to William de Northone and Alice, his wife, of 10 selions of land lying in parcels in the field of the lordship of Wildene which formerly belonged to Ralph cartario and butting towards Chircheslade. To hold the same from the chief lords for due and customary service. Witnesses: Walter de la Haye, Richard Andreu, Richard Anglico, William cartario, John Barthelot and others. Given at Wyldene Wednesday on the feast of St. Edward, King and Martyr 32 Edward I.
Seal: tag.
Endorsed: [In a contemporary hand]
C. W. Northone & Alic' Tyrell uxore eius facta per Rad' filium Thome Tyrell de x selionibus terre Wylden'

[no title]  L6/916  3 May 1305

Contents:
Gift, with warranty, from Ralph Tyrel, son of Thomas Tyrel, of Wyldene to William de Northone and Alice Tyrel, his wife, of 1 selion and 1 strip of land, 'goram', in le Rouding in the field of Wyldene lying next to the land of William de Hynewyk', one headland butting on the land of Sir John Rydel and the other headland upon Rouhale mare. To hold from the chief lords for due and customary service. Witnesses: Richard Andreu, Richard le Engleis, William cartario, Simon carpentar', Simon Balle and others. Given at Wyldene on the day of the Invention of the Holy Cross 33 Edward I.
Seal: oval, white wax on tag, part missing and almost completely defaced; device: ?an eight pointed star; legend:...... REL
Endorsed: [In a contemporary hand]
C. W. Nortone & Alice uxore eius facts per Rad' Tyrell' Wylden'

[no title]  L6/917  24 Dec. 1414

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Thomas Lucy, knt., to Thomas Burr and John Burr, his son, of Wyldene, of the manor of Wyldene, which Thomas Bale and Robert Smyth formerly held from William Huggeford. To hold for 12 years for the annual rent of £10.
Seals: 1. round, red wax on tag; device: the letter T
2. round, red wax on tag; device: within a decorated border, a ?duck with the letter R.

[no title]  L6/918  24 March 1438/9

Contents:
Gift, with warranty, from John Malyns of Rauenesden', Thomas Smyth of Wylden' and John Burre of Bedford, the younger, to John Pekke the younger of Coupull' [Cople], Beds., William Pekke of the same, gent., Thomas Pekke of London, gent., John Cook of Wylton' and William Ryselee of Rauenysden [Rauensden, Beds.], of all lands, tenements, rents and services etc., in the vills and fields of Wylden', Rounhall [Renhold, Beds.] and Rauenysden which lately belonged to John Wymmyngton of Wylden, with the reversion of 5 acres of land and a parcel of meadow called Inmed' and 2 crofts called Burres croft and Berpighthill with hedges and ditches belonging to the same, and one piece of land called le Hern with hedges and ditches, butting on the croft of John English, which Henry Joye and Matilda, his wife, held for the term of their lives by grant from John Wright, vicar of Goldyngton, William Eleyot of the same and John Corner of the same. To hold from the chief lords for due and customary service. Witnesses: John Chamborleyn, John Quarell and John Smyth and others. Given at Wylden' 24 March 17 Henry VI.
Seals: 1. red wax on tag.
2. oval, red wax on tag; device: the letter R crowned.
3. round, red wax on tag; device: the letter N crowned between two sprigs of foliage.

[no title or date]  L6/919

Contents:
Gift, with warranty, from John Pekke, the younger, of Coupull, Beds., William Pekke of the same, gent., Thomas Pekke of London, gent., John Cook of Wilton and William Riselee of Rauenysden' to Robert Abbot. John Abbot, his brother, and John Malyns of Rauenysden' of property as in L6/918, which the grantors lately held jointly by gift from the said John Malyns and from Thomas Smyth of Wilden' and John Burre of Bedford, the younger. To hold from the chief lords for due and customary service. Witnesses: John Chamborleyn, John Quarell, John Smith and others. Given at Wilden' 30 March 17 Henry VI.
Seals: 1. heraldic, round, red wax on tag; device: ?a battle axe; legend: Sigillum Johis Peeke.
2.octagenal, red wax on tag; device: ?a pelican in her piety.
3. oval, red wax on tag; device: the letter R crowned.
4. round, red wax on tag; device: the letter N crowned between two sprigs of foliage.
5. red wax on tag.30 March 1349

[no title]  L6/920  3 Sept. 1455

Contents:
Demise from Thomas Dylman, clerk, Thomas Smyth, John Smyth, Richard Hatley and Richard English to Robert Abbot and Margaret, his wife, of all lands and tenements, rents and services etc. in Wylden', Ronhale and Ravenysden, Beds., or elsewhere in the same county, which the grantors held by gift and feoffment of the said Robert Abbot, and John Malens and John Abbot. To hold for the lives of the said Robert and Margaret from the chief lords, with reversion to the grantors. Witnesses: Thomas Chambley, Thomas Quarell, William Joykyn', Thomas Warde, Richard Chanew and others. Given at Wylden', 3 Sept. 34 Henry VI.
Seals: 1. round, red wax, tandemwise with 2 on tag, defaced.
2. red wax, fragment.
3. ?hexagonal, red wax on tag; device: the letter W crowned.

[no title]  L6/921  31 Jan. 1543/4

Contents:
Counterpart of bargain and sale from William Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Sir John Gosewyke, knt., of messuages and lands in Ravensden and Thurleigh. Consideration: £158.

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

Cippenham etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/922  27 March 1599

Contents:
Demise from Katherine, Countess of Huntingdon to Thomas Spencer and other of manors messuages and lands in Cippenham, Fulmer and Eton, excepting messuages and lands in Stoke Poges, Bucks. To hold during the lifetime of the said Katherine.

Haversham  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/923  20 Sept. 1578

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Sir Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, knt., to John Marchaunte of Mickleton, Glos., gent., of a messuage in Haversham with gardens etc., late in the tenure of James Farnell. To hold for 21 years for the annual rent of 48s. and heriot when due.

[no title]  L6/924  25 June 1619

Contents:
Agreement between Sir Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, knt., William Sotwell of Greenham in Thatcham, Berks., esq., Richard Milwarde of Warwick, gent., and others, being a deed to declare the uses of a recovery suffered of the manor of Haversham, with the advowson of the same, and messuages and lands, to the use of the said Sir Thomas Lucy and for other uses recited.

CHESHIRE  [no ref. or date]

Budworth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/925  16 Nov. 1614

Contents:
Covenant between John Venables of Agden, Cheshire, gent., and Thomas Spencer of Claverdon, esq., and George Venables of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex gent., brother of the said John, and George Venables, son of the said George, to secure peaceful possession to Elizabeth, wife of the said John Venables, of messuages and lands in Horton and Harford in Budworth.

Hapsford etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/926  20 June 1723

Contents:
Agreement between William Smith of Hapsford, gent., and John Hammond of Gawsworth, Cheshire, clerk, being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said William Smith to Alice, daughter of the said John Hammond, of messuages and lands (described) in Hapsford, Thornton le Moors and Chester, Cheshire, to uses recited.

Henbury  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/927  5 April 1684

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Davenport Lucy of Henbury, esq., to Jonathan Bailey of the same, tailor, of 2 little meadows of 2½ days math, i.e. c. 1½ acres, and closes called Wall croft etc. (described with field names) in Henbury. To hold for 90 years for the annual rent of 2s. 6d., 2 hens at Christmas, heriot, suit of court etc. Consideration: £22.

[no title]  L6/928  10 Dec. 1684

Damaged by rodents.

Contents:
Lease from Davenport Lucy of Henbury, esq., to William Hulme, the elder, of the same, husbandman, of a messuage and lands in Henbury. To hold for 99 years for the annual rent of 5s. Consideration: £50.

[no title]  L6/929  10 Dec. 1684

Contents:
Lease from Davenport Lucy of Henbury, esq., to Ann Hunte of the same, widow, of a cottage in Henbury. To hold for 99 years for the annual rent of 1s. Consideration: 20s.

[no title]  L6/930  - April 1769?

Very badly damaged by rodents, and parts missing.

Contents:
Bargain and sale from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to [John Shrigley] of lands in Henbury. Consideration: £40.

DERBYSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

Melbourne  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/931  9 May 1605

Contents:
Agreement between Walter Hastings of Kirby, Leics., esq., Sir Henry Beaumont of Cold Overton, Leics., knt., Thomas Spencer of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, esq., and Thomas Harvey of Ashby de la Zouche, Leics., gent., to save each other harmless in the event of death, from bonds made at the request of Henry, Earl of Huntingdon, to raise money for the said Earl to purchase the manor and castle of Melbourne.

DURHAM  [no ref. or date]

Willington etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/932  ?20 Dec. 1400

Contents:
Inquisition post mortem held at Durham of the estates of William del Bowes, knt., in ?Neuton, Willington etc. held from Walter [Skirlaw], bishop of Durham and others.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

Rudford  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/933  29 Sept. 1598

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Sir Thomas Lucy of Highnam, Glos., knt., and Constance Griffithe, wife of Robert Griffithe of Rudford, yeoman, of 3 messuages and lands in Rudford in the tenure of Robert Griffithe. To hold for 18 years for the annual rent of 20s. 4d.

Toddenham etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/934  18 June 1702

Contents:
Articles of agreement between Ann Banbury of Toddenham, widow, William Banbury of the same, gent her son, John Mander of Compton Wyniates, gent., and Sarah Mander, one of the daughters of the said John Mander, being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said William Banbury and Sarah Mander of a tenement and 2 yardlands in Hempstall end, then enclosed and in severalty, and ½ yardland in Toddenham End lying in the common fields of the manor of Toddenham, previously leased to Erasmus Banbury, husband of the said Anne by William, Lord Petre of Writtle for 99 years.

[no title]  L6/935  19 June 1702

Contents:
Assignment of lease from Anne Banbury of Toddenham, Glos., widow, to William Banbury of the same, gent., her son, being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said William to Sarah Mander, one of the daughters of John Mander of Compton Wyniates, gent., of property as in L6/934. To hold for the remainder of the said term of 99 years, in return for an annuity of £15 to be paid to the said Anne by the said William.

Upleadon and Staunton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/936  17 April 1605

Contents:
Exchange between Sir Thomas Lucy of Highnam, Glos., knt., and William Horton of Staunton, Worcs. (now Glos.], esq., of meadow land called Plocke in Upleadon for a parcel of meadow in the common meadow of Staunton.

Winchcombe and Sudeley  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/937  18 Jan. 1687/8

Contents:
Counterpart of assignment of mortgage from Gabriel Roberts of London, knt., at the direction of George Boun of London, merchant, to Stanley West of London, clothfactor, at the nomination of Paris Sloughter of London, citizen and innholder, of 24 acres of meadow called Church lands etc. (described with field names) in Winchcombe and Sudeley, to attend the inheritance to the use of the said Paris Slaughter.

[no title]  L6/938  18 Jan. 1687/8

Contents:
Counterpart of assignment of mortgage from George Boun of London, merchant, and Sir Benjamin Bathurst of London, knt., to George Gresham of London, clothfactor, of 2 closes called Lower Hide and Rame close being part of property as in L6/937, in trust for Paris Sloughter of London, citizen and innholder.

[no title]  L6/939  19 Jan. 1687/8

Contents:
Counterpart of bargain and sale from George Boun of London, merchant, to Paris Sloughter of London, citizen and innholder, of property as in L6/937. Consideration: £462. 12s. With schedule of deeds 1621-1685 attached.

[no title]  L6/940  2 Feb. 1687/8

Contents:
Receipted schedule of deeds 1619-1685 received by George Boun of London, merchant, from John Wakeley relating to property mortgaged by the said John to the said George on 8 Aug. 1686.

Wyck Rissington etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/941  10 Oct. 1472

Contents:
Gift, indented, with warranty, from William Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Thomas Burdett, Henry Boteler and Edward Lucy, brother of the said William, chosen on behalf of the said William Lucy and Agnes Lucy, late wife of William Lucy, father of the grantor, of the manor of Wykeresyngden', and an annual rent of 26s. 8d. from lands and tenements in Cleybroke [Claybrooke], Leics., to be paid during the lifetime of the said Agnes in lieu of all dower due to the said Agnes from the lands and tenements of the said William Lucy, father of the grantor, provision being made to allow the said property in Cleybroke to be distrained if the said rent was unpaid beyond one month of the said terms, the said gift of the monor and rents to be void if the said Agnes took any action against the said William in any court concerning her dower. The said William Lucy appointing Richard Esmondes or William Parker or Edward Middilmore attorney to deliver seisin.
Given 10 Oct. 12 Edward IV.
Seals: 1. round, red wax on tag, defaced.
2. round, red wax on tag, defaced.

HAMPSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/942-9  1631 - 1703

Contents:
Certified abstracts of fines relating to property in Hampshire [belonging to the Kingsmill family].

HEREFORDSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

Howton etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/950  2 Jan. 1445/6

Contents:
Quitclaim from William Mawdyt' to William Lucy, esq., of the manor of Howton' and lands, tenements etc. in Bodenham, formerly belonging to John Bitterley, esq.
Given: 2 Jan. 24 Henry VI.
Seal: oval, red wax on tag, cracked, part missing.

Kingstone etc  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/951  Easter Term 1639

Contents:
Indenture of fine between Thomas Lucy, knt., pl., and Matilda Jacksons, widow, Thomas Prees and Thomas Wynnall and Eleanor, his wife, defs., of a watermill, garden, orchard, 6 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, and 1 acre of pasture in Kingstone and Eaton Bishop.

LANCASHIRE  [no ref. or date]

Samlesbury etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/952  1 Feb. 1602/3

Contents:
Counterpart of assignment of mortgage from Thomas Chamberlain of Grays Inn, Middlesex, esq., and another, to Henry Fleetwood of Grays Inn, Middlesex, esq., of a messuage, cottage and lands in Samlesbury, Houghton, Blackburn and Leyland, Lancs., to secure repayment of £500 by Thomas Evensfield of Worth, Sussex, esq., to Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh, knt., and Thomas Spencer of Claverdon, esq.

LEICESTERSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

Leicester  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/953  1 Aug. 1665

Contents:
Grant from James Fox of Leicester, mercer, to William Johnson of Leicester, dyer, being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said William Johnson and Mary, daughter of the said James Fox, of pewter, brass, tables, bedsteads, chairs, stools, irons, bedding, goods, chattels and implements.

LONDON  [no ref. or date]

Islington  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/954  1 May 1611

Contents:
Copy of court roll of the manor of Canonbury belonging to William Compton, Lord Compton and Lady Elizabeth, his wife, recording the surrender by Thomas Spencer of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, esq., of a messuage in Islington, lately in the tenure of Margery Draper, widow, to the use of the said Thomas Spencer for life, then to Lady Alice Lucy, then wife of Sir Thomas Lucy, knt., and her heirs for ever, upon condition that if the said Lady Alice died during the lifetime of the said Thomas Spencer without lawful issue, the said Thomas Spencer was to hold the same for ever.

Stepney: Spitalfields  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/955  9 April 1689

Contents:
Articles of agreement between Henry Ford, citizen and joiner of London, and George Boun of Stepney, esq., whereby the said Henry Ford was to pull down a building, late a meeting house, on the S. side of Paternoster Row in Spitalfields in Stepney, and to build 3 messuages on the site (full details given, and plan referred to), the said Henry Ford being allowed to use the materials of the demolished building. Consideration: £250.

MIDDLESEX  [no ref. or date]

Harlington  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/956  29 June 1592

Contents:
Counterpart of assignment of lease from Adam Langworth of Buxted, Sussex, gent., and Arthur Langworth of Ringmere, Sussex, esq., to Ambrose Copinger of Stanwell, Middlesex, esq., of the rectory of Harlington, Middlesex. To hold for the remainder of a term of 90 years leased by John Ally Clarke, parson of Harlington, to William Awbery of Dawley, Middlesex, esq., on 4 Feb. 1570/1 for the annual rent of £24. Consideration: £1,300.

St. Martin's in the Fields  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/957  28 Sept. 1716

Badly damaged, and in pieces.

Contents:
Assignment of lease from Dame Margaret Skipwith of St. Martins in the Fields, widow, to George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., of a messuage in Stratton Street in St. Martin's in the Fields, formerly leased to the same Dame Margaret in 1715 for a term of 12 years.

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also L6/971

Guilsborough etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/958  23 March 1521/2

Contents:
Bargain and sale, indented, from Robert Belcher of Langport, Northants., gent., son and heir of Roger Belcher of Nortofte in Gildesburgh', deceased, to Sir John Spencer of Wormeleyghton, knt., of all his lands and tenements etc. in Gildesburgh', Nortofte [Nortoft Grange in Guilsborough], Dauyntre [Daventry] and Barby, Northants., formerly belonging to Robert Hawberk' of Nortofte and then in the tenure of Henry Worsetter, Thomas Aspland, Edward Barby and Thomas Belch', which lands the said Robert Belcher inherited from his father. To hold the same for ever. Consideration: £24. 23 March 13 Henry VIII.
Seal: round, red wax on tag, part missing; device: a bell.
Endorsed: [In a late 16th century hand] nortofte & gyllsbarowe

[no title]  L6/959  18 March 1565/6

Contents:
Gift from John Lucas of Hollowell, Northants., husbandman, to John Spencer of Althorp, Northants., knt., of manors, messuages and lands which the said John Lucas inherited from Thomas Lucas, deceased, his father, in Nortoft, Barby and Daventry.

[no title]  L6/960  18 Nov. 1565

Contents:
Bargain and sale from William Rysley of Chetwode, Bucks., esq., to Sir John Spencer of Althorp, Northants., knt., of his share of the manor of Nortoft and messuages and lands in Nortoft. Barby and Daventry, Northants.

[no title]  L6/961  7 June 1588

Contents:
Exemplification of fine between Robert Calcott and George Woodward, pls., and John Spencer esq., and Robert Spencer, esq., his son and heir, defs., of the manor of Nortoft, 4 messuages, 1 cottage, 4 tofts, 4 gardens, 4 orchards, 200 acres of land, 20 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, 10 acres of wood, 100 acres of heath and 20s. rent in Nortoft and Guilsborough.

[no title]  L6/962  26 Nov. 1588

Contents:
Quitclaim from John Spencer of Althorp, esq., to Thomas Spencer of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, esq., of the manor of Nortoft, Northants.

[no title]  L6/963  3 Nov. 1631

Contents:
Assignment from Thomas Goldesborough of West Haddon, Northants, gent., to Thomas Spencer of Claverdon, esq., and others, of his interest in the manors of Guilsborough and Nortoft, formerly belonging to Dabridgecourt Belcher of Guilsborough, Northants., esq.

Haddon, East  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/964  1 Feb. 1596/7

Contents:
Counterpart of assignment from Sir William Spencer of Oddington, Oxon., knt., Thomas Spencer of Claverdon, esq., and Richard Spencer of Offley St. Ledgers, Hertford, esq. to John Spencer of Althorp, Northants., knt., to messuages, lands and tenements called St. Dewes lands in East Haddon, formerly in the possession of Sir John Spencer, knt., deceased, father of the grantors.

Muscott  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/965  9 May 1578

Contents:
Grant from Sir John Spencer of Althorp, Northants., knt., to Thomas Spencer, his second son, of an annuity of 3s. from the capital messuage of Muscott in Muscott, Northants. To hold for 1 year.

[no title]  L6/966  16 May 1578

Contents:
Declaration by Sir John Spencer of Althorp, Northants., knt., of the uses of L6/965.

Old or Wold etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/967  24 Nov. 1576

Badly damaged by mildew and parts missing.

Contents:
Agreement between William Spencer of Everdon, Northants., esq., and John Cotton of Cheveley, Cambs., esq., and others, being a deed to declare the uses of a fine or recovery of the manors of Old alias Wold and Everdon, Northants., and of Napton and £26. 13s. 4d rent from the manor of Hunningham, whereby the said John Cotton and others were to stand seised of the same for uses recited.

Ravensthorpe etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/968  19 Aug. 1586

Contents:
Assignment of lease from James Sommer of the University of Oxford to Richard Knolles of Cold Ashby, Northants., gent., of the tithe barn of Ravensthorpe with tithes of corn and hay in the same and in Hollowell in Guilsborough. To hold for the remainder of a term of 40 years granted by the Dean and Chapter of Oxford to Robert Benbowe of Oxford, then held by the said James Sommer.

Whitfield etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/969  c. 1640

Contents:
Lease from John Brown and others with the consent of Sir William Spencer and Dame Constance, his wife, to James Prescott of the manor of Whitfield, Northants., lands (described) in Biddlesden, Bucks., and the manor of Medley and lands in Yarnton (described) Oxon. To hold for 14 years for uses recited.
Very badly damaged and first membrane almost completely destroyed.

SHROPSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

Bromfield  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/970  3 Jan. 1665/6

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from Sir Mathew Herbert of Bromfield, Salop., bart., Dame Mary, his wife, and Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Thomas Steice, the elder, of Bromfield, yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Bromfield. To hold for 99 years for the annual rent of £1. 6s. 8d. Consideration: £8.

?Burton: [?Earl's Barton or Barton Seagreve, Northants]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/971  22 Feb. 1322/3

Contents:
Gift, with warranty, from Roger, son of Thomas de Barton' to Agnes, daughter of John Roger of a messuage with 2 gables and a curtilage, the said messuage being 30 human feet 'pedes humanos' in breadth, and situated between the tenement of Thomas Roger on the one hand and lands which belonged to William Ketil on the other, and extending in length from the highway as far as the tenement of Simon Dilke. To hold from the chief lord for due and customary service. Witnesses: Peter de Farewelle [Yarwell, northants] in Barton, John Dawy of the same, John Ketil of the same, Roger de Cuge [ [...] northants] of the same, William le Taylour of the same and many others. Given at Barton on the feast of St. Peter in Cathedra 16 Edward II.
Seal: tag and seal torn away.

Charlcott  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/972  c. 1277

Contents:
Counterpart of an agreement, indented, with warranty, between Fulk de Lucy on the one hand and Thomas [Cantilupe], Bishop of Hereford on the other, concerning the manor of Cherlecote with the advowson of the vicarage and all appurtenances both within and without the vill. The said Thomas to hold the same from the Morrow of Michaelmas 1277 for 1 year, and to maintain the houses and walls in as good a condition as he received them, except decay due to age, and for this lease the said Thomas paid £25 to the said Fulk. It was also agreed that if the said Fulk died within the said term, and for any reason the said Thomas was unable to receive the profits of the said manor, that the said Thomas should be paid the sum due to him from the goods of the said Fulk, wherever they might be, and that his will should remain unexecuted until this debt, which was to have precedent before all others, had been paid. The said manor and advowson to be returned to the said Fulk at the end of the said term, excepting the bishop's crops 'vestura' on the said lands, rents due at Michaelmas and easements of houses and courts until the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist following. Witnesses: Sir William Albaniaco, Master Roger de Sevenhok, Gilbert de Heywoode, John de Clar', Roger de Kyrketon', William de Farleye and others.
Seal: green wax, fragment of the seal of the Bishop of Hereford.

[no title]  L6/973  c. 1280

Contents:
Gift from Roger son of Samson de Cherlecot to Brice de Cleybur', for his service and 1 mark of silver, of 12 selions lying next to the old ditch 'anlestanidelf' in the field lying towards Eston Boterel [Aston Botterell, Salop.], another part lying next to the land of Samson, son of the grantor, extending in length from the land of Roger son of Elias de Bolda and from the land of the grantor as far as the road, with appurtenances, i.e. with 2 headlands extending in length next to the road across the said 12 selions. To hold freely from the grantor with the right to sell or assign the same except to monks, rendering annually to the grantor 2d. at Lady Day in lieu of all services and suit of court. Witnesses: Philip de Begesouer, John de Rohale, Robert de Bolda, William de Cherlecot', Roger de Borewarton', Thomas de Borewarton', Hugh de Cherlecot' and many others.
Seal: tag with fragment of green wax.

SOMERSET  [no ref. or date]

Bishop's Lydeard  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/974-7  30 and 31 July 1752

Contents:
Lease and release, with counterparts, the release being a conveyance from Galhampton Winter of Bishop's Lydeard, Somerset, apothecary, to Alexander Malett of Combe Florey, Somerset, clerk, and James Hurley of Bishop's Hull, Somerset, clerk, being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said Galhampton to Susanna, daughter of John Hammond of Lydeard St. Lawrence, Somerset, of a dwelling house and ½ acre of land from a tenement called Washbrook in Bishop's Lydeard. To hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/978  29 April 1763

Contents:
Will of Galhampton Winter of Bishop's Lydeard, apothecary.

[no title]  L6/979  18 Dec. 1786

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 8 Oct. 1778 of Galhampton Winter of Combe Florey, Somerset, apothecary. Proved: 18 Dec. 1786.

Lydeard St. Lawrence  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/980  17th century

Contents:
Customs of the parish of Lydeard St. Lawrence.

Tolland  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/981  10 July 1567

Contents:
Lease from Sir Thomas Standysshe to John Wolcott, Elizabeth, his wife, and Henry Wolcott, their son, of a messuage and lands (described with field names) in Tolland. To hold for the lives of the said John, Elizabeth and Henry for the annual rent of 10s. 1d
Consideration: ?80s.
Two fragments only.

STAFFORDSHIRE ETC.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/982  13 March 1604/5

Contents:
Agreement between the Rt. Hon. Henry [Hastings], Earl of Huntingdon, and Lady Dorothy, dowager Countese of Huntingdon, concerning board, maintenance and an annuity to be paid to the said Lady Dorothy, in return for her revenues from dower lands (described) in cos. Stafford, Derby, Leicester, Nottingham and York.

SUFFOLK  [no ref. or date]

Boxford  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/983  27 Feb. 1722/3

Contents:
Articles of agreement between the Rev. William Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and others and John Boutell of Boxford, Suffolk, innholder, concerning the sale to the said John Boutell of a messuage called the Sign of the Fleece Inn with lands etc. (described) in Boxford. Consideration: £340.

SURREY  [no ref. or date]

Abinger  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/984  28 March 1579

Contents:
Demise from Edward Eldrington of Willesden, esq., to Richard Brauthwayte of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, gent., of the annual rent of £3 to be taken from the manor of Abinger, belonging to the said Edward. To hold the same during the lifetime of the said Richard.

WORCESTERSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

Tenbury  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/985  3 Aug. 1594

Contents:
Mortgage from Sir Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, knt., to Sir Thomas Lucy of Highnam, Glos., knt., his son, of a watercorn mill, lands called Ryes, Neither Ryes and Upper Ryes and 15 burgages in Tenbury, to secure repayment of 10s.

LEGAL PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/986  c. 1660

Contents:
Proposed terms of agreement between Lichard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and Margaret Lucy, late wife of Robert Lucy, esq., deceased, concerning manors and lands in Warwickshire and Hampshire and certain goods in Charlecote House.

[no title]  L6/987  1687 - 1690

Contents:
Papers relating to a lawsuit between Sir James Ward and others, plaintiffs, and Davenport Lucy, esq., and others, defendants, concerning the repayment of money secured on the Charlecote estate.

[no title]  L6/988  28 May 1689

Contents:
Writ of extent directing Sir James Ward and others, plaintiffs, in a case against Davenport Lucy, esq., and others, defendants, concerning the repayment of money secured on the Charlecote estate.

[no title]  L6/989  2 July 1734

Contents:
Copy of an order in the Court of the Exchequer in a case between Berkeley Lucy, bart., and others, pls., and William Bromley and others, defs., relating to settlements made by Dr. William Lucy in 1721 and 1722. Writ of execution attached.

[no title]  L6/990  9 July 1726

Contents:
Copy of an order of the Court of the Exchequer relating to L6/989.

[no title]  L6/991  18 May 1765

Contents:
Letter from John Lane to George Lucy, esq., concerning the tomb of Richard Kingsmill of Highclere, Hampshire, marriage settlements of the Lucy and Kingsmill families and George Lucy's claim to lands belonging to the Kingsmill family.

[no title]  L6/992  31 Dec. 1765

Contents:
Same to the same relating to the same.

[no title]  L6/993  1 Feb. 1766

Contents:
Same to the same relating to the same.

[no title]  L6/994-7  c. 1766

Contents:
Memoranda relating to the same.

[no title]  L6/998-9  c. 1766

Contents:
Letters from John Lane to George Lucy, esq., relating to the same.

[no title]  L6/1000  11 Dec. 1766

Contents:
Same to the same relating to the same.

[no title]  L6/1001  1767

Contents:
Bill from John Lane, Solicitor, to George Lucy, esq., covering the period 1765-6, concerning enquiries etc., relating to the Kingsmill family. Total: £39.10s. The final item reads: 'To writing many long letters on this business, drawing pedigrees & extraordinary troubles and attendances... as nothing beneficial to you has arisen from my endeavours I shall not charge any thing.'

[no title]  L6/1002  1778 - 1785

Contents:
Bundle of solicitors bills relating to the purchase of lands, lawsuits etc.

[no title]  L6/1003  Trinity Term 1788

Contents:
Copy of an amended bill of complaint in a case between Addison Smith of Charlecote Street, Rathbone Place, Middlesex, optician, pl., and John Lucy, late John Hammond, def., concerning the moiety of the estate of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., deceased, claimed by the said Addison Smith.

[no title]  L6/1004  c. 1788

Contents:
Copy of an affidavit by John Lane of Lincolns Inn, esq., concerning the sanity of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., deceased, in a suit between Addison Smith, pl., and John Lucy, late John Hammond, def., concerning the estate of the said George Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1005  1891 - 4

Contents:
Two solicitors bills from Messrs. Wright and Hassalls of Leamington Spa to Mrs. Ramsey-Fairfax-Lucy.

ESTATE AND HOUSEHOLD  [no ref. or date]

Rentals and Accounts  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1006  20 Oct. 1402

Damaged.

Contents:
Rentals for Charlecote 20 Oct. 4 Henry IV.

[no title]  L6/1007-8  22-28 March 1661/2

Contents:
Bailiffs accounts, with memoranda relating to receipts and accounts for four and a half years ending at Michaelmas 1662.

[no title]  L6/1009  1683-90, 1833-5

Contents:
Volume of accounts containing household and estate disbursements by Richard Tue 1683-1690, accounts 1833-1835, rents received 1683-1690, receipts for timber sold 1683-1684 by Richard Tue and James Fish, and household disbursements 1685-1689.

[no title]  L6/1010  1685

Contents:
Account listing tenants, tenure and annual rent due from Hatton, Hampton Lucy, Hatton [in Hampton Lucy], Fulbrook and Hunscote, with list of annuities from Hampton Lucy and Charlecote, and other memoranda.

[no title]  L6/1011  18th century

Damaged by damp.

Contents:
Accounts for day work and provisions. Six loose sheets.

[no title]  L6/1012  1710 - 1717

Contents:
Volume of estate accounts, Nov. 1710 to Nov. 1717, containing both receipts and payments. Written by Thomas Venour.

[no title]  L6/1013  1723 - 42

Contents:
Volume of miscellaneous accounts, including accounts relating to the personal estate of George Lucy (d.1721), land tax, churchwardens levies, poor levies, constables, highway levies for Wellesbourne, land tax, church, poor and constables levies for Charlecote and land tax for Hampton Lucy 1734-1741, miscellaneous bills and accounts 1723, 1734-1742, including on f. 28 the sum of £46. 5s. 'Paid Mr. Fish for Surveying & making a Map of Charlecott & Hampton Lordships'.

[no title]  L6/1014-7  1727 - 8

Contents:
Four schedules, the first being a rent roll of the accrued rents and profits of the estate belonging to the heirs of the Rev. Dr. William Lucy, deceased, in Warwickshire from Michaelmas 1727 to Michaelmas 1728, the second schedule being an account of money received on account from the estate to Michaelmas 1728, the third schedule being an account of payments made by the receivers of the rents from the estate to Michaelmas 1728 and the fourth being an account of arrears of rents due at Michaelmas 1728.

[no title]  L6/1018  1730 - 1

Contents:
Account and rental of William Newsham of Warwick, gent., receiver of the estate of Dr. William Lucy, deceased, to Michaelmas 1731.

[no title]  L6/1019  1731 - 2

Contents:
Account and rental of William Newsham, gent., receiver of the rents and profits of the Warwickshire estate of the Rev. William Lucy, deceased.

[no title]  L6/1020  1741 - 54

Contents:
Note book written by George Lucy of rents received etc.

[no title]  L6/1021  1778-87, 1853

Contents:
Rent book 1778 - 1787, with house, estate and park accounts for the Charlecote estate 1853.

[no title]  L6/1022  1821 - 39

Contents:
Timber account book.

[no title]  L6/1023  c. 1838

Contents:
Account of timber sold from the estate 1821-1838

[no title]  L6/1024  1 and 2 Nov. 1855

Contents:
Book of rents for Charlecote, Hampton Lucy, Fulbrook, Wellesbourne, Wasperton, Long Marston, Kineton and Warwick, and cottage rents for Charlecote, Hampton Lucy, Alveston and Fulbrook.

[no title]  L6/1025  1866 - 70

Contents:
Rent book for the Charlecote estates.

[no title]  L6/1026  1867-73

Contents:
Estate accounts, payments to workmen on the Charlecote estates.

[no title]  L6/1027  1869-90

Contents:
Account book for quantities of gravel sold.

[no title]  L6/1028  1871-89

Contents:
Rent book for the Charlecote estates.

[no title]  L6/1029  1889-1900

Contents:
Rent book for the Charlecote estates.

[no title]  L6/1030  1900-1910

Contents:
Rent book for the Charlecote estates.

[no title]  L6/1031  1902

Contents:
General accounts April to Nov. 1902

Surveys and plans: general  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1032  4 May 1685

Contents:
Letter from James Fish of Warwick to Davenport Lucy, esq., relating to his survey and valuation of Charlecote and Hampton Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1033  c. 1685

Contents:
Survey of Charlecote lordship [by James Fish]

[no title]  L6/1034  1735

Contents:
Survey of part of the manors of Hampton Lucy, Hatton and Fulbrook belonging to Thomas Lucy, esq., [made by James Fish].

[no title]  L6/1035  1736

Contents:
Plan of Charlecote estate by James Fish of the manors of Charlecote and Hunscot with part of the manors of Hampton Lucy, Hatton and Fulbrook, belonging to Thomas Lucy, esq.

[no title]  L6/1036  1736

Contents:
Survey book of the manors of Charlecote and Hunscote with part of the manors of Hampton Lucy, Hatton and Fulbrook, being the lands of Thomas Lucy, esq., Taken by James Fish of Warwick.

[no title]  L6/1037  15 Jan. 1737

Contents:
Receipted bill dated Dec. 1737 from James Fish to Thomas Lucy, esq., for surveying at Charlecote, Hampton Lucy, Hatton and Fulbrook during the years 1735-1737. Total: £40. 8s. Partially paid.

[no title]  L6/1038  15 Sept. 1739

Contents:
Receipted bill dated 1738 from James Fish to Thomas Lucy, esq., for surveying at Charlecote, Hunscote, Hampton Lucy, Hatton and Fulbrook. Total: £46. 5s. 5d.

Surveys and plans: Charlecote  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1039  18th century

Contents:
Description of Upper Hunscote Farm (field names listed), the acreage amounting to 125 acres and 33 perches.

[no title]  L6/1040  1772

Contents:
Plan and survey of an estate at Hunscote belonging to John Venour, esq., made by Richard Overton.

[no title]  L6/1041  29 April 1780

Contents:
Survey and valuation of an estate at Hunscote belonging to John Venour, esq., made by John Whateley.

[no title]  L6/1042  1788

Contents:
Survey of Jordan's Farm in Hunscote, valued at £111. 14s. 7¼d.
Endorsed: [In a contemporary hand] 1788 Mr. Brother's valuation of Mr Venour's Est. at Hunscote.

Surveys and plans: Hampton Lucy.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1043  Early 19th century

Contents:
Survey of Hatton Rock Farm and Nineveh Farm in the tenure of Mrs. Macpherson.

[no title]  L6/1044  Early 19th century

Contents:
Plan of Hampton Lucy Hills belonging to George Lucy, esq. Scale: 1 chain to 1 inch.

Surveys and plans: Wellesbourne  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1045  1742

Contents:
Terrier and survey of the lands of Thomas Venor, gent., in the town meadow of Wellesbourne Mountford called Mickle meadow, made by Joseph Payne.

[no title]  L6/1046  1773

Contents:
Survey and plan of an estate in Wellesbourne belonging to John Venour esq., made by Richard Overton.

[no title]  L6/1047  5 Oct. 1778

Contents:
Measurement by Richard Overton of the two roads leading from Wellesbourne to Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/1048  1793

Contents:
Survey and plan of an estate in Wellesbourne belonging to John Venour, esq., made by Henry Clark of Shipston-on-Stour.

[no title]  L6/1049  c. 1800

Contents:
Plan of Mickle meadow, with index of the proprietors and their lands.

[no title]  L6/1050  c. 1800

Contents:
Tracing maps of lots and pieces of meadow land in Mickle meadow in the parish of Wellesbourne Mountford.

[no title]  L6/1051  1838

Contents:
Survey of the lots and pieces of meadow land in Mickle meadow in the parish of Wellesbourne Mountford made by E. Cherry.

[no title]  L6/1052  1840

Contents:
Survey and plan of the buildings and lands in Wellesbourne Mountford belonging to the Rev. John Venour, deceased, made by E. Cherry.

Estate papers: general  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1053  14 Oct. 1528

Contents:
Appointment by Lady Elizabeth Lucy, widow of Sir Thomas Lucy, knt., deceased, of Richard Verney, esq., and others as attorneys to receive rents from lands, listed in the schedule annexed, to perform the will of the said Sir Thomas Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1054  1 July 1643

Contents:
Receipt signed by three members of the Committee of Parliament to Lady Lucy of Charlecote for £150 'wch is uppon the proposicons for wch she is to have the Publickq Fayth'.
With two receipts attached, one dated 12 Dec. 1643 for £20 and the other dated 13 Dec. 1643 for £60, both signed by Edward Harrison, Treasurer, by appointment of the Hon. Philip Skippon, Serjeant Major General of the Army raised by the Parliament for the use of the garrison of Newport Pagnell from the rents due to Lady Lucy at Michaelmas last.

[no title]  L6/1055  5 June 1690

Contents:
Appointment by Davenport Lucy of Henbury, Cheshire, esq., of George Lucy, gent., his brother, and Edward Wills of Newbold Comyn, gent., and Benjamin Wythe of Whiteparish, Wilts, gent., commissioners to administer his estates in England while he was in Ireland in the service of the crown.

[no title]  L6/1056  20 Nov. 1750

Contents:
Receipted bill by Joseph Ward for felling timber, mending gates.

[no title]  L6/1057  c. 1755

Contents:
Draft pètition signed by George Lucy to [Sir Charles Mordaunt] being the petition of the inhabitants of Alveston, Tiddington, Charlecote, Hampton Lucy, Wellesbourne, Loxley, Walton, Compton Verney, Combrook, Kineton, Lighthorne, Butlers Marston, Chesterton, Newbold and Moreton Morrell asking for an extension of years to repair the road from Stratford to Edgehill and the removal of the gate at Bridgetown in Stratford leading to the said parishes, 'as no part of the sd roads are repaired with the money collected by virtue of the said Turnpike'.
v. V.C.H. Warws. III, p. 242 n. 56, and L6/1400.

[no title]  L6/1058  Early 19th century

Contents:
Plan headed 'Rough sketch, Shooting Lodge at Carrour'.

[no title]  L6/1059-63  1832, 1841-3

Contents:
Five letters from James Wallington, steward at Charlecote, to George Lucy, esq., concerning estate matters etc.

[no title]  L6/1064  31 Oct. 1918

Contents:
Printed particulars, plans and conditions of sale of freehold farms, being the outlying portions of the Charlecote estate in Hampton Lucy, Fulbrook and Wellesbourne to be sold by auction by Driver Jones and Co., 23 Pall Mall, London, S.W.I., by direction of Lady Fairfax Lucy. With letters, plans etc. enclosed.

Estate papers: Charlecote  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1065  3 July 1755

Contents:
Letters patent being a licence granted to George Lucy, esq., to enclose a road in Charlecote leading towards Stratford-upon-Avon, beginning at the corner of Charlecote Park near Hunts Mill (bounds described) to Bridle Land and to make another road beginning at the same place (bounds described) and to build a stone bridge over the ford at Hunts Mill.

[no title]  L6/1066  1905-8

Contents:
Bundle of letters and papers relating to a dispute between Douglas Lane and Sir Henry and Lady Fairfax Lucy concerning the termination of the tenancy of Kings Mead Farm.

[no title]  L6/1067  26 June 1945

Contents:
Sale particulars of Upper and Lower Hunscote Farms, Charlecote, to be sold by auction.

Estate papers: Charlecote vicarage  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1068  Early 16th century

Contents:
List of presentation to the vicarage of Charlecote 1260-1515, with the seal of the Vicar General of Worcester.
Endorsed: The right of presentation to ye Vicarage of Charlecote belongs to ye family of ye Lucies as rightful patrons of ye same as this Instrument will fully evince etc.
W. Lucy

[no title]  L6/1069  1823

Contents:
Parchment covered notebook relating to Charlecote vicarage and the tithes belonging to the same. Also includes notes 1794-1800 by John Lucy.

Estate papers: Hampton Lucy.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1070  26? May 1764

Contents:
Receipt from Thomas Collicot to George Lucy, esq., for £2. 10s. being half a year's interest upon a legacy left by the late Mr. Rogers to teach ten poor girls of Hampton Lucy.

Estate papers: Wasperton rectory  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1071  c. 1786

Contents:
Notebook containing an account of the personal estate of the Rev. John Blake of Wasperton, deceased, in the possession of the Rev. John Lucy, formerly Hammond, one of the executors, including bills, inventory of furniture etc., with lists of deeds and papers etc.

[no title]  L6/1072  10 June 1789

Contents:
Counterpart of lease from the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote House, clerk, to Richard Archer of Wasperton, gent., of all the tithes of corn, wool, lambs and tithe hay of two meadows, i.e. the Greatest Town meadow and the Greatest meadow belonging to the farm of the parish of Wasperton, and other rectorial tithes belonging to the said John Lucy as rector of Wasperton. To hold for 9 years for the annual rent of £136. 10s.

Estate papers: Wellesbourne  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1073  1729

Contents:
Printed act for inclosing several common fields etc. in Wellesbourne Mountford in Wellesbourne Hastings.

[no title]  L6/1074  12 July 1740

Contents:
Letter from Francis Whyte relating to a mound to be repaired by the Lucy family in Mickle meadow.

[no title]  L6/1075-7  June 1808

Contents:
Two letters from the Rev. J.H. Williams, vicar of Wellesbourne, one dated 21 June 1808, with counsel's opinion enclosed, concerning tithes due to the vicar of Wellesbourne from the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote from pasture lands in Wellesbourne purchased by the Rev. John Lucy and incorporated in his park.

[no title]  L6/1078-83  c. 1800-1811

Contents:
Certificates etc. relating to the redemption of land tax charged on property in Wellesbourne belonging to the Rev. John Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1084  c. 1800

Contents:
Terrier of land purchased by Mr. Halford from Mr. William Barnes.

[no title]  L6/1085  c. 1800

Contents:
Terrier of lands in ?Wellesbourne.

[no title]  L6/1086  1847

Contents:
Draft declaration by William Fulke Lucy of Charlecote Park, esq., for the tithes of corn, grain and hay arising from 171 acres, 23 perches of land (described) in Wellesbourne Mountford to be merged in the freehold of the said land according to the statute for the commutation of tithes in England and Wales. Schedule attached.

[no title]  L6/1087  17 May 1847

Contents:
Letter from the Tithe Commission Office to G.C. Greenway, esq., of Warwick, solicitor, acknowledging the receipt of the merger of tithes in Wellesbourne Mountford.

[no title]  L6/1088  1849

Contents:
Copy of draft apportionment of rent charge in lieu of tithes for the township of Wellesbourne Mountford.

Estate papers: Henbury, Cheshire  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1089  Late 17th century

Contents:
Valuation of Captain Lucy's estate in Henbury, Cheshire.

[no title]  L6/1090  Late 17th century

Contents:
Particulars and valuation of the manor of Henbury, Cheshire.

[no title]  L6/1091  April 1719

Contents:
Particulars of lands in Henbury, Cheshire, formerly belonging to Davenport Lucy, esq., deceased.

Estate papers: Spitalfields, Stepney, London  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1092  Michaelmas 1709

Contents:
Account of ground and house rents.

[no title]  L6/1093  1709

Contents:
An account of tenants and rents belonging to George Bohun, esq., 'answering to the numbers in the map of Spittle Fields.' Endorsed with totals of the annual produce of Spitalfields market 1689-1709 by George Guy.

[no title]  L6/1094  27 May 1714

Contents:
Letter from George Guy to George Lucy, esq., at Boulton Street, Piccadilly, containing a list of the annual produce of Spittlefields Market 1689-1713.

Household papers: Charlecote House  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1095  1681

Very badly damaged by mildew.

Contents:
Catalogue of the books at Charlecote House.
Transcribed Warwick C.R.O. Z 22.

[no title]  L6/1096  1687 - 1693

Contents:
Book of household accounts July 1687 to Sept. 1693.

[no title]  L6/1097  10 April 1717

Contents:
Memorandum signed by Joel Lobb that there was an agreement made between George Lucy, esq., and the said Joel, carver, for carving four 'Corinthian Round Cappitalls' and two 'Pelaster Cappitalls' and 'fifty foot' of 'modillion Cornish' for £15.

[no title]  L6/1098  11 Sept. 1717

Contents:
Receipted bill from Samuel Driver to [George Lucy] for mulberry trees, gooseberry trees etc. purchased 13 Feb. 1713.

[no title]  L6/1099  20 March 1720/1

Contents:
Receipted bill, dated 16 Sept. 1718, from Edward Hurst to George Lucy, esq., 'for a large Diana with a buck' at £21, and 'for a shepard and sheperdis' at £20.

[no title]  L6/1100  28 March 1721

Contents:
Receipted bill, dated 8 March 1720, from John Rowland for painting and repairing a 'ten foot six leave skreen' for £8. 17s.

[no title]  L6/1101  26 Dec. 1721

Contents:
Receipted bill, dated 19 Aug. 1721, from John York to the Rev. [William] Lucy for hanging up and taking down mourning hangings at Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/1102  10 March 1762

Contents:
Estimate by William Hiorn for work to be done for George Lucy, esq., in fitting up the dining and drawing room at Charlecote for £186. 12s. 4d.

[no title]  L6/1103  1762 ?

Contents:
Estimate by ?William Hiorn for work to be done in the dining room at Charlecote, including two new doors, 'exclusive of the first Estimate'.

[no title]  L6/1104  1762 ?

Contents:
Drawing of a door marked 'sketch of new door'.

[no title]  L6/1105  1762 ?

Contents:
Drawing of two doors.

[no title]  L6/1106  11 June 1763

Contents:
Estimate by [John Standbridge] for plastering the porch leading out of the Great Hall at Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/1107  c. 1763

Contents:
Instructions by [John Standbridge] headed 'wash for colouring Brick fronts'.

[no title]  L6/1108  28 Jan. 1764

Contents:
Letter from Robert Stark of Ludgate Hill relating to three picture frames, with sketches.
[Sketch no. 1 cut away.]

[no title]  L6/1109  c. 1768

Contents:
Plan by [John Standbridge] for a new bridge across the R. Avon.

[no title]  L6/1110  22 Dec. 1768

Contents:
Estimate by John Standbridge to George Lucy, esq., for building a timber bridge over the R. Avon. Endorsed with a receipt by John Standbridge for £50 on account, dated 23 Dec. 1768.

[no title]  L6/1111  c. 1779

Contents:
Plan by [John Standbridge] of the study showing door, bookshelves etc.

[no title]  L6/1112  26 March 1779

Contents:
Estimate by John Standbridge for decorating the study and fitting the same with shelves etc.
Total: £100.

[no title]  L6/1113  1806 - 1849

Contents:
Bundle of bills, receipts, letters etc. relating to the purchase of jewellery, plate etc., many being from Rundell Bridge and Company, 32 Ludgate Hill, London, including a full set of plate and cutlery 1824-1837, and others from Manheim, 8, Rue de la Paix, Paris.

[no title]  L6/1114-5  1823 - 1841

Contents:
Two memoranda relating to the cost of alterations to Charlecote House.

[no title]  L6/1116  Oct. 1823

Contents:
An account of articles purchased by George Lucy at a sale at Fonthill, Sussex.

[no title]  L6/1117  1824 - 1856

Contents:
Bundle of bills, receipts, letters etc. relating to building alterations etc. at Charlecote, including the following:
A bill from James Tupman for the Gatehouse clock, 1824; a letter dated 27 May 1835 from Charles S. Smith of Warwick relating to payment for the plaster ceilings in the library and dining room; bills from William Summers of 105, New Bond Street, London, for stoves and heating apparatus, 1835-7; bill from Theophilus Taylor for woodwork, carving etc. 1831-1837, amounting to £2,734. 13s. 9d.; bills for the marble floor in the Great Hall and the laying of the same, 1843-4; and letters and estimates from John Gibson, architect, of 11 Park Street, Westminster for alterations to the N. and S. wings of Charlecote House etc., 1852-6.

[no title]  L6/1118  1824 - 44

Contents:
Bundle of bills, receipts, letters etc. relating to the purchase of furniture and furnishings for Charlecote House, including the following: bills from Henry Miles and John Edwards of 134, Oxford Street, London, for furnishings etc.; from E.H. Baldock of Hanway Street, London, for furniture; a letter from William Buchanan dated 24 Feb. 1837 relating to the purchase of 'a very magnificent wardrobe of inlaid wood' and a copy of George Lucy's reply, dated 25 Feb. 1837, relating to the purchase of the same for £50, and to his future requirements of Tudor and Stuart portraits for his new rooms, but nothing relating to the present Royal family'; and the purchase of a rosewood grand pianoforte and a harp from Sebastian and Pierre Erard of 18, Great Marlborough Street, London in 1843.

[no title]  L6/1119  1824-9, 1837

Contents:
Bundle containing lists of plate etc. at Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/1120  1824 - 1889

Contents:
Bundle of bills, receipts, letters etc. relating to the purchase of busts, statuary, china and glass, and to the purchase and sale of pictures, including a number of letters from Joseph Browne relating to vases, and a number from William Buchanan relating to pictures. Also lists of pictures at Charlecote, with prices, 1845, and a list of Greek vases.

[no title]  L6/1121  1839

Contents:
Catalogue of the extremely beautiful and highly interesting collection of Greek and Etruscan Vases formed by Signor Giuseppe Bassegio of Rome. To be sold.
With MS note: 'this book was given me in 1839 by Lord Warwick, G.L.'

[no title]  L6/1122-32  1831 - 1839

Contents:
Eleven letters from Thomas Willement of Green Street, London to George Lucy, concerning glass for Charlecote House and Hampton Lucy church windows, and for painting and wallpaper for decorating various rooms at Charlecote House.

[no title]  L6/1133  c. 1832

Contents:
Sketch by Thomas Willement for part of the windows at Charlecote. With pencil note 'not adopted Geor. Lucy'.

[no title]  L6/1134-41  1832-37, 1852

Contents:
Eight bills and receipts from Thomas Willement to George Lucy, esq., for stained glass, wallpaper, paperhanging, painting, gilding etc. at Charlecote House 1832-1837, and for the altar window of 'the new church at Charlecote', 1852.

[no title]  L6/1142-3  1836-8

Contents:
Copies of two letters from George Lucy to Thomas Willement, the first concerning damage to the glass for the windows at Charlecote, and the second relating to the payment of a bill for painting etc.

[no title]  L6/1144  c. 1840

Contents:
Printed description with illustration of the altar windows in Hampton Lucy church designed and executed by Thomas Willement. Also a printed account of Thomas Willement from The Apollo, c. 1951, and two letters dated 1959 from the Folger Library, Washington, U.S.A., concerning a letter from George Lucy to Thomas Willement dated 17 Sept. 1836, in the Folger Library.

[no title]  L6/1145  1837-40, 1882


Related information: See also L6/1476.

Contents:
Bundle of bills, receipts, letters etc. mainly from William Pickering, bookseller and publisher, 57 Chancery Lane, London, relating to the purchase of books for the new library at Charlecote, including a letter from Pickering, dated 3 Oct. 1839, expressing his admiration for the alterations to the house. Also a letter dated 30 Oct. 1882 from J.O. Halliwell-Phillipps presenting a copy of his life of Shakespeare to the library at Charlecote.

Charlecote church  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1146  25 May 1835

Contents:
Memorandum concerning the opening of the vault under the chancel in Charlecote church.

[no title]  L6/1147  1852

Contents:
Two bills and a receipt from M. and A. O'Connor of London to Mrs. Lucy relating to the fixing of windows (described) in Charlecote church.

[no title]  L6/1148  1852

Contents:
Letter and bill from John Thomas of 9 Old Church Street, Paddington to Mrs. Lucy for carving the altar and rheredos in Charlecote church.

[no title]  L6/1149  1852

Contents:
Bill from Cookes and Sons, St. John's, Warwick and Warwick Street, Leamington for silk and pillows for Charlecote church.

[no title]  L6/1150  1854

Contents:
Bill from R. and S. Garrard, Panton Street and Haymarket, London, for communion plate, chalice etc. for Charlecote church.

Hampton Lucy Parish  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1151  21 May 1610

Contents:
A levy made by the parishioners of Hampton Lucy towards the repair of the church etc. at the rate of 2s. per yardland.

[no title]  L6/1152  5 Feb. 1610/11?

Contents:
A levy made by the constable and parishioners of Hampton 'for the dischargeing of trayned soldiers and other charges and payemts belonging to his Maties service att the rate of ijs. the yard land'.

SETTLEMENTS AND WILLS  [no ref. or date]

Lucy family  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1153  23 June [1551]

Contents:
?Draft will of William Lucy of Charlecote esq.

[no title]  L6/1154  15 July 1606

Contents:
Inquisition post mortem held at Warwick on the death of Thomas Lucy, knt., deceased.

[no title]  L6/1155  15 July 1606

Contents:
Copy of a translation of L6/1154.

[no title]  L6/1156  1 Oct. 1614

Contents:
Agreement between Sir Thomas Lucy of Charlecote esq., and Thomas Spencer of Claverdon, esq., and others, being a settlement upon the marriage of the said Sir Thomas Lucy and Alice, his wife, sole daughter and heir of the said Thomas Spencer of manors, messuages and lands (described) in Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire etc.

[no title]  L6/1157  1 July 1659

Contents:
Exemplification of a decree in Chancery to settle the suit between Richard Lucy esq., pl., and Margaret Lucy, widow of Robert Lucy, esq., deceased, and Bridget Lucy, an infant, only daughter and heir of the said Robert Lucy, concerning the settlement of the Lucy estates in Warwickshire, Hampshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire.

[no title]  L6/1158  c. 1660

Contents:
[Last membrane of a settlement made upon the marriage of Bridget, daughter of Sir Thomas Lucy (d. 1640) to Sir Brian Broughton of Broughton, Staffs., bart.]

[no title]  L6/1159  6 March 1669/70

Contents:
Probate copy of the nuncupative will of Lady Mary Herbert of the parish of St. Paul's, Covent Garden, who died 14 Feb. 1669/70, by which her executrix Alice Lucy, daughter of Sir Fulk Lucy, knt., brother of the said Lady Mary Herbert, was to pay certain legacies etc. (described). Proved: 6 March 1669/70.

[no title]  L6/1160-1  20 May 1676

Contents:
Agreement, with counterpart, between the Hon. William Molineux, esq., son of the Rt. Hon. Caryll Molineux, Lord Viscount Molineux of Maryburgh, Ireland, Bridget his wife, daughter of Robert Lucy of Charlecote, esq., deceased, Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., Elizabeth his wife, and Thomas, their son, and James Allen of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, gent., and Thomas Cremer of London, gent., being a covenant to levy a fine of the manor of Charlecote, Charlecote House, the manors of Hampton Lucy, Hatton and Fulbrook, Fulbrook Park, the manors of Cherrington, Sherborne and Hunscote, the rectories of Charlecote and Sherborne, the advowsons of Hampton Lucy, Cherrington, Preston Bagot, Charlecote and Sherborne, with messuages and lands in Warwickshire, and also the manors of Highclere, Burghclere and 'Hawclere' etc. (described) in Hampshire. To the use of the said Richard Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1162  14 June 1676

Contents:
Exemplification of fine relating to L6/1160-1.

[no title]  L6/1163  13 June 1678

Contents:
Receipt from William Molineux, esq., son and heir of the Rt. Hon. Caryll Molineux, Lord Viscount Molineux of Maryburgh, Ireland, and Bridget, his wife, to Edward Atkyns of Lincolns Inn and another, at the direction of Richard Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and Thomas Lucy, his son, of £10,000.

[no title]  L6/1164  10 Nov. 1684

Contents:
Attested copy of the will of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq.

[no title]  L6/1165  Oct. 1688

Contents:
Will of Davenport Lucy of Henbury, Cheshire, esq.

[no title]  L6/1166  Oct. 1688

Contents:
Attested copy of L6/1165. Attested: 18 Jan. 1746/7.

[no title]  L6/1167  20 March 1698/9

Contents:
Articles of agreement between George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., Mary, his wife, daughter and heir of John Boun of Finham, esq., deceased, Mary Boun of Finham, widow of the said John Boun, and Sir Henry Parker of Honington, bart., and others, trustees of the marriage settlement of the said George and Mary, his wife, being a deed to indemnify the said trustees relating to the administration of the said settlement.

[no title]  L6/1168  1703

Contents:
Bond from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to Elizabeth Lucy of Wroxall, spinster, in the penal sum of £4,000, to secure payment by the said George to the said Elizabeth of £2,000 left to the said Elizabeth under the will of her father Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., deceased, dated 10 Nov. 1684 upon 6 months notice, and to secure payment of interest at 5% while the said sum of £2,000 remained unpaid.
Not executed.

[no title]  L6/1169  5 March 1719/20

Contents:
Copy of a conveyance from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and Jane, his wife, to the Rt. Hon. Allen Lord Bathurst, Baron of Bettlesden, Wilts., and another, being a settlement upon the marriage of the said George and Jane of messuages and lands (described with field names) in Charlecote, Hampton Lucy and Fulbrook. To hold to uses recited.

[no title]  L6/1170  2 Feb. 1721/2

Contents:
Letters of administration granted to William Lucy, clerk, brother and heir of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., deceased, to administer the estate of the said George Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1171  c. 1724

Contents:
Instructions to make the will of William Lucy (d. 1724).

[no title]  L6/1172  14 Feb. 1735/6

Contents:
Letters of administration granted to ?Thomas Lucy to administer the goods of ?Fulk Lucy who died intestate.

[no title]  L6/1173  20 March 1744/5

Contents:
Letters of administration granted to George Lucy, esq., to administer the goods of Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., who died intestate.

[no title]  L6/1174  31 July 1753

Contents:
Will of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq.

[no title]  L6/1175  c. 1786

Contents:
[List of debts and proposed bequests of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq.]

[no title]  L6/1176  21 May 1787

Contents:
List of signatures and marks being receipts to the Rev. John Lucy for legacies of £1. 1s. left by George Lucy, esq., deceased.

[no title]  L6/1177  25 May 1787

Contents:
Receipt from 35 [servants] of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., deceased, to the Rev. John Lucy for £1. 1s. which they had each received under the will of the said George Lucy. Signed with signatures and marks.

[no title]  L6/1178  26 Oct. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from Susanna Jones and Robert Green on behalf of Robert Jones of Charlecote, deceased, to the Rev. John Lucy, executor of the will of George Lucy, esq., deceased, for £200 received on behalf of the said Robert Jones according to the said will.

[no title]  L6/1179  1 Nov. [1787]

Contents:
Receipt from Mary Harris, Mary Bailey and John Hall to George Wallington for £1. 1s. each which they had received from Mr. [John] Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1180  3 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Release and quitclaim from Anne Rebecca Lucy of Barley End, Ivinghoe, Bucks, spinster, one of the two daughters of the Rev. Edward Lucy, deceased, to the Rev. John Lucy for £2,000 received under the will of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., deceased.

[no title]  L6/1181  3 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Release and quitclaim from Thomas Meacher of Newport Pagnell, Bucks., brewer, and Sarah, his wife, one of the two daughters of the Rev. Edward Lucy, deceased, to the Rev. John Lucy for £2,000 received under the will of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., deceased.

[no title]  L6/1182  5 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from Elizabeth Baker to the Rev. John Lucy, executor of the will of George Lucy, esq., deceased for £30 received by the said Elizabeth, servant to the said George, by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1183  5 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from Zachariah Brookes, servant to the same for £20 by the said will. Endorsed with receipt from Robert Sabin to the same for £20.

[no title]  L6/1184  5 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from Sarah Callaway, servant, to the same for £20 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1185  5 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from Edward Cherry, servant, to the same for £20 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1186  5 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from John Cornish, servant, to the same

[no title]  L6/1187  5 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from John Cross, servant, to the same for £20 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1188  5 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from Lister Dighton of Clifford Chambers, esq., to the same for £500 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1189  5 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from Susanna Earle, servant, to the same for £30 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1190  5 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from Thomas Horsman, servant, to the same for £20 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1191  5 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from the Rev. John Sherwood, rector of Hampton Lucy, to the same for £500 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1192  5 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from Sarah Spiers, servant, to the same for £30 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1193  5 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from Samuel Welch of Barford, gent., and Susanna, his wife, to the same for £100 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1194  10 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from John Lucy to the same for £100 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1195  10 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from William Roach to the same for £100 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1196  13 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from Alice Lucy Annesley to the same for £100 by the said will. With similar receipts from Mrs. Susanna Winter and Miss Alice Hammond dated 1 Jan. 1788.

[no title]  L6/1197  20 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from Addison Smith of Charlotte Street, Rathbone Place, Middlesex, optician, to the same for £1,000 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1198  28 Dec. 1787

Contents:
Receipt from Leonard Revis to the same for £50 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1199  16 Jan. 1788

Contents:
Receipt from Elizabeth Dighton of Chesterton to the same for £1,000 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1200  19 March 1788

Contents:
Receipt from William Dobson to the same for £100 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1201  17 May 1788

Contents:
Receipt from John Power to the same for £300 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1202  23 May 1788

Contents:
Receipt from Jane Power to the same for £200 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1203  23 May 1788

Contents:
Receipt from Edward Power to the same for £200 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1204  26 May 1788

Contents:
Receipt from Sarah Galton to the same for £200 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1205  26 May 1788

Contents:
Receipt from Elizabeth Henderson to the same for £200 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1206  26 May 1788

Contents:
Receipt from William Henderson to the same for £300 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1207  26 May 1788

Contents:
Receipt from Frances Mellor to the same for £300 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1208  26 May 1788

Contents:
Receipt from John Sherratte to the same for £200 by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1209-10  9 June 1792

Contents:
Will of the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote House, clerk.

[no title]  L6/1211  23 April 1799

Contents:
Will of the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote House, clerk, with codicil dated 13 April 1804.

[no title]  L6/1212  26 Nov. 1823

Contents:
Receipt from Thomas Hayes to George Lucy for £10. 10s. and a suit of mourning, received under the will of the Rev. John Lucy, deceased.

[no title]  L6/1213  26 Nov. 1823

Contents:
Receipt from Thomas Hodgkins to the same for the same by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1214  26 Nov. 1823

Contents:
Receipt from L[ydia] Howell to the same for the same by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1215  26 Nov. 1823

Contents:
Receipt from William Russell to the same for the same by the said will.

[no title]  L6/1216  1823-4

Contents:
Letter and bills from William Tibbits, solicitor, to George Lucy, esq., relating to the executorship of the estate of the Rev. John Lucy, deceased.

[no title]  L6/1217  4 July 1865

Contents:
Agreement between Henry Spencer Lucy of Charlecote Park, esq., and Alexander Cameron Campbell of Monzie and Inveran, esq., and Christina Campbell, his daughter, and Edmund Berkeley Lucy of Charlecote Park, esq., and Daniel Stuart McLaren of Fort William esq., being a settlement previous to the marriage of the said Henry Spencer Lucy and Christina Campbell. Endorsed with various memoranda dated 1882, 1887, and 1893 relating to various mortgages and conveyances of the Lucy estate subject to the terms of this settlement.

[no title]  L6/1218  19 April 1867

Contents:
Request from Henry Spencer Lucy and Christina, his wife, to Edmund Berkeley Lucy, esq., and Daniel Stewart McLaren for £10,000 under the terms of settlement in L6/1217.

Acton family  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1219  16 March 1545/6

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 24 Nov. 1545 of Thomas Acton of Sutton in Tenbury, Worcs., esq., Proved: 16 March 1545/6.
Endorsed: [By Thomas Lucy (d. 1600)]
My father in lawes actons wyll.

[no title]  L6/1220  30 Nov. 1548

Contents:
Covenant between the Rt. Hon. William Paulet, knt., Lord St. John, Master of the Court of Wards and Liveries, Robert Delwaye, Surveyor of the said Court, and Richard Fermer, esq., concerning a valuation of the estate of Thomas Action, esq., deceased, in Worcestershire and Herefordshire, due to be granted by special livery to Thomas Lucy and Joyce, his wife, the said Joyce being daughter and heir of the said Thomas Acton.

Bohun family  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1221  21 May 1670

Contents:
Bargain and sale from John Boun of Coventry, gent., to Mathew Sheppard of London, esq., and John Beard of London, gent., being a conveyance of the household goods and books belonging to the said John Boun. To hold the same in trust for the use of Mary Boun, only child of the said John, upon attaining the age of 21 years, or upon her marriage. With schedule of household goods attached.

[no title]  L6/1222  1675-94

Contents:
Volume lettered 'Book of Warwickshire concernes', relating to the Bohun family of the Newhouse in Coventry, containing surveys and plans of 'Newland lordship' and 'Newhouse and Parke'; accounts of rents etc. of Counden house etc. 1675; inventory of the goods etc. of John Boune, esq., deceased, of Newhouse, Coventry, 21 Dec. 1690; memoranda of letters 1690-1; and miscellaneous accounts and receipts 1689-1694.

[no title]  L6/1223  27 June 1685

Contents:
Will of John Boun of the Newhouse, Coventry, gent.

[no title]  L6/1224  27 June 1685

Contents:
Attested copy of L6/1223.

[no title]  L6/1225  18 Dec. 1690

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 27 June 1685 of John Boun of the Newhouse, Coventry, gent.
Proved: 18 Dec. 1690.

[no title]  L6/1226  31 Dec. 1691

Contents:
Will of John Boun of Finham in Stoneleigh, gent., son of Abraham Boun, grandson of Isaac Boun and great-grandson of Ralph Boun, formerly of Coundon, deceased.

[no title]  L6/1227  25 Nov. 1692

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 31 Dec. 1691 of John Boun of Finham, gent., Proved: 25 Nov. 1692.
Endorsed: 'buried at Trinity Church Coventry the father by his 3rd wife of Mary Boun 1st wife to George Lucy of Charlecote'

[no title]  L6/1228  16 June 1694

Contents:
Will of George Bohun of Newhouse, Coventry, esq.

[no title]  L6/1229  2 Sept. 1709

Contents:
Copy of the will of Mary Bohun, widow of John Bohun of Finham, gent., deceased, with codicils dated 1 July and 20 Aug. 1711.
Endorsed with receipts to George Lucy, esq., executor named in the said will, for legacies received under the said will 1712-18.

[no title]  L6/1230  Early 18th century

Contents:
Notes relating to Mrs. Mary Bohun's bequests to her four daughters.

[no title]  L6/1231  2 Aug. 1712

Contents:
Probate copy of the will dated 2 Sept. 1709 of Mary Bohun, widow of John Bohun of Finham, gent., deceased. Proved: 2 Aug. 1712.

[no title]  L6/1232  13 Feb. 1720/1

Contents:
Copy of a writ of execution relating to the administration of the wills of John Boun and George Boun, his brother.

Hammond family  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1233  27 March 1683

Contents:
Probate copy of the inventory of the goods and chattele of John Hammond of Hatton, Salop., gent. Total: £1,200. 10s.

[no title]  L6/1234  24 April 1683

Contents:
Copy of the probate copy of the will dated 19 March 1682/3 of John Hammond of Hatton, Salop. Proved: 24 April 1683.

[no title]  L6/1235  24 April 1683

Contents:
Copy of part of L6/1234.

[no title]  L6/1236  23 April 1724?

Contents:
Copy of the probate copy of the will dated 8 April 1724 of John Hammond, rector of Gawsworth, Cheshire. Proved: 23 April 1724?

[no title]  L6/1237  20 April 1725

Contents:
Will of John Hammond rector of Jolland, Somerset.

[no title]  L6/1238  9 Aug. 1790

Contents:
Receipt from William Henderson to the Rev. John Lucy for £285. 14s. 3½d., being the legacy due to Susanna Powells, deceased, sister of the said William, under the will of Alice Hammond, deceased, which the said William promised to pay to her representative or to the said John Lucy on demand.

[no title]  L6/1239  9 Aug. 1790

Contents:
Quitclaim from William Henderson of Middlewich, Cheshire, surgeon, one of the nephews of the Rev. George Hammond of Hampton Lucy, clerk, deceased, to the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, formerly called John Hammond, nephew and heir at law of the said George Hammond, upon receipt of £285. 14s. 3½d., being the share of the said William Henderson under the will of Alice Hammond, wife of the said George Hammond, of any claim to two farms called Grovefield Farm and Cobdyke Farm in Hampton Lucy mortgaged by George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to the said George Hammond on 3 and 4 Dec. 1745.

Spencer family  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1240  c. 1587

Contents:
Fragment of an extent and valuation of manors and lands belonging to John Spencer, esq., son and heir of Sir John Spencer, knt., deceased in Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, Hertfordshire and Oxfordshire.

[no title]  L6/1241  12 Feb. 1587/8

Contents:
Covenant between Sir William Cecil, knt., Lord Burleigh, Treasurer of England and Master of the Court of Wards and Liveries and John Spencer, esq., son and heir of Sir John Spencer, knt., deceased, concerning a grant of special livery to the said John Spencer of the estate of the said Sir John.

[no title]  L6/1242  Early 17th century

Contents:
Two membranes being part of a settlement relating to the Spencer family.

[no title]  L6/1243  20 May 1588

Contents:
Letters patent, being a grant of special livery granted to John Spencer, esq., son and next heir of John Spencer, knt., deceased.

PERSONAL PAPERS (including accounts, bills, bonds and letters etc.)  [no ref. or date]

Lucy, Hammond and William families  [no ref. or date]

Sir Fulke Lucy (d. 1301)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1244  15 April 1283

Contents:
Receipt from John le Grant and Pelegrinus, horse traders of London to Sir Fulk de Lucy, knt., for 20 marks due in payment for a black horse, the said 20 marks being received through Ralph de Wempton. Witnesses: Sir William de Farrndon', citizen of London, Master William Bigod, Walter clerk and many others. Given at London Thursday next before Easter 1283.
Seals: 1. round, red wax on tag; device: a ?horse; legend: =1= S' DOHANNIS LE GRAUNT
2. ?round, red wax on tag, fragment.

Sir Thomas Lucy (d. 1600)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1245  21 Feb. 1600/1

Contents:
The account of Sir Thomas Lucy, knt., administrator of the goods, chattels, debts of Sir Thomas Lucy, knt., deceased, of the goods, chattels, plate, ready money and debts belonging to the said Thomas, deceased, and expenses for the funeral of the same.

Lady Constancia Lucy (d. 1637)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1246  c. 1637

Contents:
Copy of an account of the death of Constancia, daughter of Richard Kingsmill, and second wife of Sir Thomas Lucy, knt. (d. 1605), who died in 1637, the original of which was preserved by the daughter of Francis, youngest son of the said Sir Thomas Lucy and Constancia, and eventually passed into the possession of Robert Benson of Lincolns Inn, who gave this copy to George Lucy in 1831.

Mrs. Isabel Lucy of Henbury, Cheshire (d. 1689)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1247  13 May 1685

Contents:
Bond from Dame Isabella Lucy of Henbury, widow, Alice Lucy and Katherine Lucy of the same, spinsters, to John Leeson of the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, Middlesex, gent., to secure repayment of £10.

[no title]  L6/1248  c. 1687

Contents:
Bill from Thomas Baddeley to Madam [Isabel] Lucy of Henbury covering the period 1677-1687 for the carriage of goods, parcels etc.

Davenport Lucy (d. 1690)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1249  12 April [1685?]


Related information: L6/1684 f. 74

Contents:
Letter from Davenport Lucy from Charlecote to 'his hond kinsman' [uncle] Sir William Underhill of Idlicote saying that he was looking forward to seeing him at Charlecote on the following day, and also describing the state in which he inherited the Charlecote estate, which he stated was 'extreamly improveable'.

[no title]  L6/1250  c. 1685

Contents:
Estimate for the maintenance and education of [Elizabeth] Throckmorton by Davenport Lucy, her cousin.

George Lucy (d. 1721)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1251  6 Feb. 1709/10

Contents:
Letter from the Rev. John Hammond at Gawsworth, Cheshire, to the Hon. George Lucy, esq., at Mr Hardresses in Kensington Square relating to estate matters and the leasing of farms.

[no title]  L6/1252  20 Oct. 1718

Contents:
Bill from John Greenwood to Captain [George] Lucy for a bob wig at £1. 10s.

[no title]  L6/1253  1719

Contents:
Bill from Richard Dickonson of Selby [Yorks.] to Mr. Lucy for making clothes for the family, covering the period Oct. 1718 to Aug. 1719. Total: £7. 1s. 1d.

[no title]  L6/1254  1721

Contents:
Bill from John Cossins... St. Pauls, London, to George Lucy, esq., for groceries. Total: £13. 2s.

Rev. William Lucy (d. 1724)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1255  9 Sept. 1720

Contents:
Bond from Isabella Lucy of Warwick, spinster, and Lucy Burgoyne of Warwick, gent., to Robert Welch of Grove Park, gent., to secure repayment of £102. 10s.

[no title]  L6/1256  24 March 1721/2

Contents:
Release of all manner of actions from George Clerke of Newhouse, esq., to William Lucy of Charlecote, clerk.

[no title]  L6/1257  1722 - 1723

Contents:
Personal account book of Dr. William Lucy, including references to repairs, e.g. various sums paid to Shakespear Hart of Stratford for glazing; £4. 4s. paid to 'Mr. Beighton in full for ye Draught & prospect of Charl - House'; references to Stratford and Warwick races; and £10. 10s. paid to 'Fry an exacting, impudt Painter'.

[no title]  L6/1258  29 April 1723

Contents:
Release from Samuel Cater of Coventry, mercer, and others to the Rev. William Lucy of sums of money charged on the estate of George Lucy, brother of the said William Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1259  7 Sept. 1723

Contents:
Bond from Lucy Burgoyne of Coventry, gent., to William Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, in the penal sum of £10,000 to save the said William harmless from bonds in which the said William Lucy stood jointly bound with the said Lucy Burgoyne.

[no title]  L6/1260  25 Feb. 1723/4

Contents:
Receipted bill dated 20 Feb. 1723/4 from John Bell and Co., in 'ye Back Walk of ye New Exchange' for cloth. Total: £11. 4s.
Endorsed: 'Cosen Throckmortons Mourning ordered by Mr Lucy's will'

[no title]  L6/1261  c. 1724

Contents:
Bill relating to the funeral of the Rev. William Lucy 'to put the coach & Harness in mourning'. Total: £22. 7s. 9d.

[no title]  L6/1262  13 April 1724

Contents:
Receipted bill from Stephen Roome, near Serjeants Inn, Fleet Street, undertaker, to Madam Lucy, executrix of the Rev. William Lucy for £80 in full payment for £80. 7s. 1½d. for the funeral of the Rev. William Lucy, including the cost of conveying the coffin etc. from London to Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/1263  c. 1724

Contents:
Verses written on the death of the Rev. William Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1264  2 April 1725

Contents:
Receipted bill dated 24 Feb. 1723/4 from John Fairfax for clothes etc. for the funeral of the Rev. William Lucy. Total: £84. 4s. 4d.

Fulke Lucy (d. 1727)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1265  1724-5, 1775-93

Contents:
Account book of Fulke Lucy, with notes added by George Lucy 1775-9, and John Lucy 1785-93 relating to the stocking of fish ponds etc.

[no title]  L6/1266  c. 1727

Contents:
Note of bills from George Griffith to Fulke Lucy, esq., for 'a book debt' of £15. 7s. 9½ and to Thomas Lucy, esq., for the funeral bill 'of Madam Lucy', £29. 1s. 5½d.

[no title]  L6/1267  c. 1728

Contents:
Directions concerning the funeral of Fulke Lucy, including the list of bearers, their dress, and the procedure of the company at the funeral.
Endorsed: 'Mrs Lucy's Diretns'

[no title]  L6/1268  19 Jan. 1728/9

Contents:
Receipted bill dated 9 Nov. 1728 from Richard Burford to Mrs. Lucy for a burial suit, coffin, gloves, hatbands etc. for 'Captn Lucey's Funerall'. Total: £17. 18s. 3d.

[no title]  L6/1269  8 May 1729

Contents:
Receipted bill dated 15 Dec. 1728 from John Fairfax for scarves, hatbands, gloves etc., 'for the funeral of Faulk Lucy, esq.' Total: £12. 3s. 0.

[no title]  L6/1270  22 Sept. 1729

Contents:
Receipted bill dated 5 Dec. 1728 from James Lane to Madam Lucy for painting 'four silk Escutions' for the funeral of Fulke Lucy costing 6s. 8d. each.

Frances Lucy, wife of the Rev, William Lucy (d. 1743)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1271  c. 1724

Contents:
Observations on Mrs. Lucy's accounts covering the period April to September 1724.

[no title]  L6/1272  3 July 1728

Contents:
Receipted bill dated 15 and 22 March 1727 from A. Hoper and E. Boughe to Mrs. Lucy for 'a french love hood' etc. Total: £4. 2s.

[no title]  L6/1273  5 Aug. 1728

Contents:
Letter from F[rances] Lucy to the Rev. [John] Hammond at Tolland, Somerset, concerning family matters etc. '....ye Neighbourhood begins to grow very sickly, abundance of People are ill of Fevers, tho not very many Die.'

[no title]  L6/1274  27 Oct. 1730

Contents:
Letter from Frances Lucy to Mr. Wright at Mr. Mason's Chambers in New Inn, London, concerning the administration of the effects of George Lucy (d. 1721), brother of Dr. William Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1275  8 March 1730/1

Contents:
Receipted bill dated 23 Sept. 1730 from Jos[eph] Bissell to 'Lady Lewcy' for a pair of black silk stays etc. Total: £3. 7s. 6d.

[no title]  L6/1276  3 Nov. 1736

Contents:
Engraved bill from Thomas Twining & Son at the Golden Lion in Deveraux Court near the Temple to Mrs. Lucy for tea, coffee etc. Total: £3. 5s. 6d.

[no title]  L6/1277  10 Dec. 1737

Contents:
Receipt from Francis Smith to Mrs. Lucy for £20 interest due from a bond for £450.

[no title]  L6/1278  21 May 1738

Contents:
Bill directed to Madam Lucy of Charlecote for locks and nails etc.

[no title]  L6/1279  13 Jan. 1738/9

Contents:
Receipt from William Smith to Mrs. Frances Lucy for £20 being the interest for one year on a bond of £450.

[no title]  L6/1280  9 Aug. 1739

Contents:
Receipt from John Seaton for Mrs. Lucy for £10 being interest due on a bond for one year.

[no title]  L6/1281  9 July 1741

Contents:
Receipt from John Seaton for Mrs. Lucy for £10 being interest due on a bond for one year.

[no title]  L6/1282  16 June 1742

Contents:
Receipt from John Seaton for Mrs. Lucy for £10 being interest due on a bond for one year.

Thomas Lucy (d. 1744)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1283  1723 - 6

Contents:
Bill from Kenrick Vys[e], to Mr. Lucy for saddles, bridles etc., covering the period 3 July 1723 to Oct. 1726.

[no title]  L6/1284  20 May 1726

Contents:
Letter from T[homas] Lucy to Mr. Richard Turner at Willoughbridge, [Staffs.], ordering wine.

[no title]  L6/1285  18 June 1726

Contents:
Same to the same relating to the same.

[no title]  L6/1286  28 May 1727

Contents:
Bill from George Griffith to Thomas Lucy, esq., for mourning clothes for the funeral of 'Madam Lucy'. Total: £29. 19s. 0 ½d.

[no title]  L6/1287  6 Dec. 1734

Contents:
Receipted bill dated 11 Sept. 1734 from Francis Robinson to Thomas Lucy, esq. for 'one new gold jewel watch with a coat of arms on the case' for £25.

[no title]  L6/1288  13 March 1735/6

Contents:
Bond from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., George Lucy of Lichfield, Staffs., gent., and Frances Lucy of Charlecote, widow, to Thomas Hewett of Warwick, doctor of physic, to secure repayment of £520.

[no title]  L6/1289  25 March 1736

Contents:
Bond from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and George Lucy of Lichfield, gent., to Elizabeth Newcomb of Westminster, spinster, to secure repayment of £100.

[no title]  L6/1290  5 Dec. 1736

Contents:
Bond from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and George Lucy of Lichfield, esq., to Luke Wagstaffs of Sherborne, yeoman, to secure repayment of £102. 10s.

[no title]  L6/1291  3 June 1737

Contents:
Receipt from John Wilson Seaton to Thomas Lucy, esq., for 10s. interest due on a bond of £260.

[no title]  L6/1292  12 May 1739

Contents:
Bond from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., George Lucy of the same, esq., and Frances Lucy of the same, widow, to Samuel Tomes of Stratford-upon-Avon, innholder, to secure repayment of £102. 10s.

[no title]  L6/1293  18 May 1739

Contents:
Bond from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., and Frances Lucy of Charlecote, widow, to Robert Bruce of Stratford-upon-Avon, innholder, to secure repayment of £102. 10s.

[no title]  L6/1294  22 May 1740

Contents:
Bond from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., George Lucy of the same, gent., and Frances Lucy of the same, widow, to Martin Holdbetche of Fillongley, gent., to secure repayment of £200.

[no title]  L6/1295  8 Oct. 1740

Contents:
Receipt from John Sherwood to Thomas Lucy, esq., for £5 interest due on a bond for £100.

[no title]  L6/1296  20 Dec. 1740

Contents:
Receipt from William Smith to Thomas Lucy, esq., for £20 interest due on a bond for £450.

[no title]  L6/1297  31 July 1741

Contents:
Receipt from Christopher Astley, on behalf of Martin Holbeche, to Thomas Lucy, esq., for £9 interest due on a bond for £200.

[no title]  L6/1298  16 Sept. 1741

Contents:
Receipt from Thomas Townsend to Thomas Lucy for £10 interest due on a bond for £200 to Mr. Joseph Woollmer, £5 interest due on a bond for £100 to Mr. Tomes, and £5 interest due on a bond for £100 to Mr. Brawne.

[no title]  L6/1299  27 Sept. 1742

Contents:
Receipt from Thomas Townesend, on behalf of Joseph Woollmer, to Thomas Lucy, esq., for £10 interest due on a bond for £200.

Sir Berkeley Lucy (d. 1759) of Broxbourne. Herts.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1300  9 Jan. 1691/2

Contents:
Letter from Sir Berkeley Lucy in Florence to Thomas Tenison (1636-1715), rector of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London, [later Archbishop of Canterbury], concerning his studies and religious beliefs.

George Lucy (d. 1786): bills and accounts etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1301  7 Nov. 1741

Contents:
Receipt from William Smith to George Lucy, esq., for £20 interest due on a bond for £450.

[no title]  L6/1302  1742 - 5

Contents:
Bill for painting arms and escutcheons for the Lucy family at funerals etc. covering the period 1742-5.

[no title]  L6/1303  30 April 1747

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Hunt of Pater Noster Row, [London], to George Lucy, esq., for a new suit etc. Total: £34. 17s.

[no title]  L6/1304  27 May 1747

Contents:
Receipted bill dated 4 Aug. 1747 from George Turvey for pistols etc. Total: £13. 14s.

[no title]  L6/1305  1755

Contents:
Note book headed 'True Copys of Drs Maysey and Trewen's Prescriptions for George Lucy, Esqr 1755', covering the period 15 March to 23 June 1755.

[no title]  L6/1306  20 Feb. 1756

Contents:
Receipted bill from Richard Gladin for various expenses and wages for one year.

[no title]  L6/1307  1 Oct. 1756 ?

Contents:
Receipted bill dated 26 Aug. 175[6?] from Chambers and... of Coventry, to George Lucy, esq., for '2 fine Lyvery hatts' etc.

[no title]  L6/1308  28 Jan. 1759

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Orchard to [George] Lucy, esq., for two wigs. Total: £2. 16s. 6d.

[no title]  L6/1309  1762

Contents:
Bill from.... Chilcot, the shoemaker, to [George Lucy]. Illegible.

[no title]  L6/1310  1762

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Orchard to George Lucy, esq., for a wig etc. Total: £3. 15. 6d.

[no title]  L6/1311  21 April 1762

Contents:
Receipted bill from Richard Harford to [George] Lucy, esq., for cloth etc. Total: £4. 1s. 6½d

[no title]  L6/1312  27 April 1762


Related information: L6/1684 f. 132.

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Gainsborough to George Lucy for £3. 3s for'a three quarter Frame Burnish'd Gold' and 7s for a case. Total: £4. 0s. 6d.
Signed: 'Tho Gainsborough'.

[no title]  L6/1313  27 April 1762

Contents:
Receipted bill from Joseph Phillott to George Lucy for wines etc. Total: £5. 4s. 9d.

[no title]  L6/1314  29 April 1762

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Bowden to [George] Lucy, esq., for 'a fine beaver hat' etc.

[no title]  L6/1315  29 April 1762

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Pritchard, mercer, of The Lower Walks, Bath for silk.

[no title]  L6/1316  4 May 1763

Contents:
Bill from Lewis Bull to George Lucy, esq., for china etc. Total: £14. 4s. 6d.

[no title]  L6/1317  8 Sept. 1764

Contents:
Receipted bill from ?W. Thornhill of Wilson and Thornhill at the Three Sugar Loaves at the West End of St. Pauls to George Lucy, esq., for groceries over the period 1761-4. Total: £61. 11s. 1d.

[no title]  L6/1318  30 Oct. 1764

Contents:
Receipted bill from James Underhill to George Lucy, esq., for wines over the period Oct. 1763 to Oct. 1764. Total: £50. 10s. 1½d

[no title]  L6/1319  1766

Contents:
Notebook containing a copy of Dr. Charleton's prescriptions for [George Lucy] covering the period April to May 1766.

[no title]  L6/1320  11 May 1766

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Orchard to George Lucy, esq., for a brown dress bag wig, a 'que' wig and 15 weeks shaving and powdering. Total: £5. 1s. 6d.

[no title]  L6/1321  1 Jan. 1785

Contents:
Statement of the current account of George Lucy, esq., with Clarke Jacam and Clarke of London, covering the period 1780 to 1784.

George Lucy (d. 1786): Letters to, arranged alphabetically  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1322  ?6 June 1744

Contents:
Letter from Jane Acton to [George Lucy] congratulating him on inheriting the Charlecote estate.

[no title]  L6/1323-4  12 and 15 Jan. 1744/5

Contents:
Two letters from Thomas Archer (1695-1768) [later Lord Archer, 1st Baron Umberslade] from Covent Garden, to George Lucy congratulating him on inheriting the Charlecote estate, and offering to provide deer from Umberslade Park for Charlecote Park, including 'an old Leopard Coloured Buck that was master of the Rutt last year....'.

[no title]  L6/1325  14 May 1745

Contents:
Letter from E. Bowater in London to [George Lucy] asking him to attend the christening of his son, and also containing an account of 'the late Action' [the battle of Fontenoy, 11 May 1745].

[no title]  L6/1326  17 April 1762

Contents:
Letter from Lancelot ['Capability'] Brown to [George Lucy] concerning the ordering of additional trees, and offering to 'correct every thing that was wrong.'

[no title]  L6/1327  27 Oct. 1744

Contents:
Letter from Nathaniel Clitherow at the Golden Anchor in Fenchurch Street near Rood: Lane, London, to George Lucy concerning a bill for port.

[no title]  L6/1328  9 April 1745

Contents:
Same to the same concerning wines to be sent to Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/1329  26 Feb. 1744/5


Related information: See also: L6/1057

Contents:
Letter from John Dewes of Clements Inn, London, to George Lucy relating to the Wellesbourne Road turnpike.

[no title]  L6/1330  7 March 1744/5

Contents:
Same to the same relating to the same.

[no title]  L6/1331  12 March 1744/5

Contents:
Same to the same relating to the same.

[no title]  L6/1332  14 March 1744/5

Contents:
Same to the same relating to the same.

[no title]  L6/1333  30 Nov. 1763

Contents:
Letter from Francis Keyt Dighton of Clifford Chambers to George Lucy thanking him for his kindness to Lister Dighton, his son.

[no title]  L6/1334  27 Jan. 1753

Contents:
Letter from [John Dobson] in London to George Lucy containing a new ballad on the Young Pretender, and a detailed account of a debate in the House of Commons on the size of the standing army and its uses, with the voting figures.

[no title]  L6/1335  20 Feb. 1753

Contents:
Same to the same containing a political ballad and other parliamentary news.

[no title]  L6/1336  16 - 1754

Contents:
Same to the same concerning parliamentary proceedings, and including an anecdote relating to Horace Walpole, and William Beckford, M.P. for the City of London.

[no title]  L6/1337  28 March 1754

Contents:
Same to the same at Bath concerning political matters, including a reference to the death of [Henry] Pelham, an anecdote relating to the Duke of Newcastle and the King after this event, speculation on the new officers of state to be appointed, and a reference to Sir Charles [Mordaunt], M.P., his uncle.

[no title]  L6/1338  26 Nov. 1754

Contents:
Same to the same concerning parliamentary proceedings and summarising speeches by Henry Fox and William Pitt, the elder, against Sir Thomas Robinson, then Leader of the House of Commons, concerning an election at Reading.

[no title]  L6/1339  14 Dec. 1754

Contents:
Same to the same informing him of recent changes in the government.

[no title]  L6/1340  [1755]

Contents:
Same to the same, concerning the parliamentary debates on the Oxfordshire election.
Incomplete.

[no title]  L6/1341-2  [1755]

Contents:
Same to the same relating to parliamentary debates.

[no title]  L6/1343  9 Jan. 1755

Contents:
Same to the same relating to Society and political news.

[no title]  L6/1344  14 Jan. 1755

Contents:
Same to the same relating to the same

[no title]  L6/1345  18 Jan. 1755

Contents:
Same to the same relating to society news.

[no title]  L6/1346  30 Jan. 1755

Contents:
Same to the same describing debates in the House of Commons relating to the 'Observation of the 30th of January' and 'the Oxfordshire Election.'

[no title]  L6/1347  1 Feb. 1755


Related information: L6/1065

Contents:
Same to the same congratulating him on winning his case [against Mr. Venour of Wellesbourne concerning a new road through Charlecote and Wellesbourne].

[no title]  L6/1348  6 Feb. 1755

Contents:
Same to the same relating to parliamentary debates.

[no title]  L6/1349  15 Feb. 1755

Contents:
Same to he same relating to the same.

[no title]  L6/1350  18 Feb. 1755

Contents:
Same to the same relating to the same.

[no title]  L6/1351  8 Feb. 1755

Contents:
Same to the same relating to society and political news.

[no title]  L6/1352  11 Feb. 1755

Contents:
Same to the same relating to society news.

[no title]  L6/1353  22 Feb. 1755

Contents:
Same to the same relating to parliamentary debates, including a debate on a proposal to exempt vehicles with broad wheels from toll for four years which was defeated by 75 votes to 51.

[no title]  L6/1354  27 Feb. 1755

Contents:
Same to the same relating to a parliamentary debate on the 'Scotch Bill which occasion'd ye most sensible & perfect Debate that has been heard for many years... Mr Wm Pitt unravell'd all his sophistry... It is agreed on all Hands that Mr Pitts parliamentary Merit never shone out with brighter Lustre...'

[no title]  L6/1355  ?25 Dec.[1755]

Contents:
Same to the same relating to political news and the proposed dismissal of William Pitt [as Paymaster General].

[no title]  L6/1356  1756 - 8

Contents:
Diary written by John Dobson of his continental tour with George Lucy, beginning 9 Oct. 1756 and ending with their return to England in June 1758.

[no title]  L6/1357  15 April 1758

Contents:
Letter from John Dobson in Rome to John Palmer, esq., at Walton near Kineton describing in detail their journey from Naples to Rome, 'Though the Appian way lies out of ye Road, I follow'd its course about two or three hundred yards, and wet my Feet in a Marsh so celebrated by antiquity', and their sight-seeing activities in Rome.

[no title]  L6/1358  9 Aug. 1759

Contents:
Letter from William Dobson in London to George Lucy relating to a portrait of Richard III sent to Charlecote by the Stratford carrier, and giving an account of the Battle of Minden [1 Aug. 1759] and praising the action of Lord Granby.

[no title]  L6/1359  9 March 1762

Contents:
Same to the same at Bath, concerning money matters, parliamentary news, including a reference to the capture of the island of Martinique [Jan. 1762], and to 'the Duke of Bridgewaters Navigation wch was carried thro' that House yesterday after a strong Opposition...'

[no title]  L6/1360  17 Nov. 1763

Contents:
Same to the same thanking him for a present of turkey, and telling him of a duel 'fought yesterday between Martin of the Treasury and the famous wicked Wilkes, the latter is wounded but they say not dangerously' and describing the publication of John Wilkes 'An Essay on Woman' and proceedings to expel him from the House of Commons.

[no title]  L6/1361  5 Dec. 1779

Contents:
Same to the same concerning investments he was making for George Lucy, and recounting current stories about the death of Lord Lyttleton who had forecast his own death.

[no title]  L6/1362  ?26 Feb. 1779

Contents:
Letter from J. Edwards at Magdalen Hall, Oxford, to George Lucy, concerning scholarships to Magdalen Hall bequeathed to Hampton Lucy Grammar School by William Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1363  4 July 1779

Contents:
Letter from A[rthur] Gregory at Chatham Camp near Brompton, Kent, to [George Lucy] telling him about an inscription at Westwell or Lesness Abbey founded by Richard de Lucy, and describing methods of agriculture in Kent.

[no title]  L6/1364  11 April 1745

Contents:
Letter from E. Griffith, [schoolmaster], at Hampton Lucy to George Lucy concerning the rights of landlord and tenant to fallen timber.

[no title]  L6/1365  14 Feb. 1746/7

Contents:
Same to the same concerning the regulations to govern the four scholarships to Magdalen Hall left by Dr. William Lucy in his will to boys from Hampton Lucy Grammar School.

[no title]  L6/1366  24 Oct. 1758

Contents:
Letter from Messrs. Hart and Porter in Naples to George Lucy, concerning the shipping of 'two Pictures & Vesuvius Table' on the Neapolitan ship called the 'Vergine de Carmine'.

[no title]  L6/1367  17 July 1749

Contents:
Letter from Mrs. Philippa Hayes at Charlecote, [housekeeper], to George Lucy at Cheltenham, relating to local news, and a speech made by Mr. Ludford relating to Warwick Town Hall [Shire Hall], and that the dog Spruce had had nine pups 'eight of wch are gone to ye deep, one pritty creature ye most like her self is preferred'.

[no title]  L6/1368  19 July 1749

Contents:
Same to the same at Cheltenham relating to local news, including the proposed building of a vicarage house at Hatton, and various visitors to Charlecote House, '... Mr. Sherwood who was so much fatigued wth doeing ye Honours of ye House yt he was sure he should have a violent fever & was most excessively Low spirited & reduced to watter Gruel & Broth, by ye help of wch & 2 quiet Days wth out seeing any Body he seems to be tollerably recover'd.'

[no title]  L6/1369  24 July 1749

Contents:
Same to the same at Cheltenham relating to local news and visitors to Charlecote, 'Mrs Viney her Eldest Daughter & Son are at Wellsborn wth ye Dean & Mrs Delany. Mr & Mrs Dewes brought em all here yesterday... ye old Lady gave us an Anthem upon ye Harpsicord...'

[no title]  L6/1370  7 June 1753

Contents:
Same to the same at Cheltenham relating to local news, including the purchase of fawns, '... yours I find does not come from thence [Bretby, Derbyshire] but from Sr Robt Burdett's Park at Foremark [Derbyshire] ye Deer Cart at ye Castle was out of order, so they have got one from Gardner of Wellsborne'.

[no title]  L6/1371  12 July 1753

Contents:
Same to the same at Cheltenham relating to local news and the purchase of fawns, 'They have only brought 4 Brace, 3 males and 5 Females 7 of em very hearty strong Fawns, ye other Pert ...'.

[no title]  L6/1372  28 July 1753

Contents:
Same to the same at Cheltenham relating to local news.

[no title]  L6/1373  30 July 1753

Contents:
Same to the same at Cheltenham relating to local news including the breaking of a coach belonging to Mrs. Anne Brawne by a waggon belonging to Mr. Stanley of Alveston.

[no title]  L6/1374  24 March 1755

Contents:
Same to the same at Bath relating to local news, and that 'yr Trees are safe arrived out of Oxfordshire & planted, that Newman... comes to Morrow to give direction for Hovells to be built for em to set about ye Bridge, wch is to be done as soon as they have a proper Quantity of Stone ...'.

[no title]  L6/1375  7 April 1755

Contents:
Same to the same at Bath relating to local news, and the progress of the bridge, '... ye masons began hewing stone for the Bridge last Wednesday...'.

[no title]  L6/1376  10 April 1755

Contents:
Same to the same at Bath relating to local news, and that 'Mrs Sheldon of Weston is at Worcester being inocculated ...'.

[no title]  L6/1377  23 April 1745

Contents:
Letter from Andrew Hill in London to George Lucy, referring to 'our close attendance for the good of our Country', with a postscript, 'you should think of takeing to you now A Lady'.

[no title]  L6/1378  17 Jan. 1753

Contents:
Letter from Charles Lucy [a distant relative] from Bologna to George Lucy asking for an annuity of £25 or £30, and offering to send 'History Pictures, that cou'd not be purchas'd in England under a considerable price'.

[no title]  L6/1379  2 Sept. 1758

Contents:
Same at Rome to the same thanking him for a present of £40 and the promise of an annuity, and telling of his efforts to obtain permission to copy a picture for George Lucy which he thinks might be done in exchange for 'some of our Bermingham Nick Nacks', with a postscript uring George to 'marry and get children as fast as you can that ye name of so worthy a Father may be perpetuated for ever. Amen.'

[no title]  L6/1380  25 Nov. 1758

Contents:
Same to the same describing three pictures, two by Francesco Mancini that he has copied for him.

[no title]  L6/1381  21 April 1759

Contents:
Same to the same concerning the delay in sending his pictures to England.

[no title]  L6/1382  15 Aug. 1759

Contents:
Same to the same stating that the pictures were now on their way to England, with detailed instructions for their preservation.

[no title]  L6/1383  24 Aug. 1759

Contents:
Same to the same enquiry if the various pictures (some described) had arrived.

[no title]  L6/1384  12 Jan. 1760

Contents:
Same to the same concerning the safe arrival of the pictures, thanking him for a gift of £21, and the promise of the same for the future, and describing in great detail the recent illness of his wife and the great cost of the same.

[no title]  L6/1385  2 Feb. 1760

Contents:
Same to the same congratulating him on being appointed High Sheriff, and hoping that the alterations being carried out at Charlecote are in preparation for George's marriage. Refers to the death of Sir Berkeley Lucy and the rumour that he has been left £21. Also that he was making arrangements for a friend to copy a picture of St. Michael overcoming Satan by Guido Reni for £20, which he asked to be forwarded as soon as possible, as well as a present for his friend the Count for permission to copy the pictures now delivered to Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/1386  26 July 1760

Contents:
Same to the same describing a picture which he has copied for him of Tobit 'his son by the Direction of an Angel annointing his Eyes, with his wife, the Fish and the more celebrated Dog' from the original in the Barbarini Gallery, with measurements.

[no title]  L6/1387  22 Nov. 1760

Contents:
Same to the same relating to the painting of Tobit etc. as in L6/1386.

[no title]  L6/1388  13 Dec. 1760

Contents:
Same to the same thanking him for the box of presents, and the promise of 20 guineas.

[no title]  L6/1389  6 April 1762

Contents:
Same to the same concerning pictures etc.

[no title]  L6/1390  9 June 1764

Contents:
Same to the same promising to send off various pictures in the near future.

[no title]  L6/1391  13 April 1765

Contents:
Same to the same expressing his pleasure that the pictures have met with approval, and that he was then copying two by Guarcino of La Musica and La Poesia which were the same line as 'your young Baccus'. States that he was then in his 73rd year and unable to paint away from home, and asks George Lucy to sell three of his copies (described).

[no title]  L6/1392  8 Feb. 1766

Contents:
Same to the same concerning six water-colour 'vistose of ancient remarkable placess' and 'two charming original sea piecess' which he is sending to Charlecote costing nine guineas. Refers to four other larger pictures which he could send, and adds, 'your chimney peice will be three gineas, I promiss to see it well performed'.

[no title]  L6/1393  14 Nov. 1767

Contents:
Same to the same concerning the transport of a case of pictures, including 'a smal Picture of Our Saviour, for which I beg your acceptance'.

[no title]  L6/1394  5 Feb. 1744/5

Contents:
Letter from Edward Lucy of Sarum [Wilts.], to George Lucy congratulating him on succeeding to the Charlecote estate, claiming a distant kinship, and asking George Lucy to remember him should the rectory of Hampton Lucy fall Vacant.

[no title]  L6/1395  2 Feb. 1766

Contents:
Letter from George Lucy of South Molton [Devon], an attorney, to George Lucy, enquiring if their families were related.

[no title]  L6/1396  ?6 Jan.[1744/5]

Contents:
Letter from [William] Molineux [Viscount Molyneux of Maryborough] at Woolton [Hall near Liverpool] to his 'cousin' George Lucy congratulating him on inheriting the Charlecote estate, urging him to get married, and asking him for a copy of a picture at Charlecote of 'a sea battle upon ye meditaranean betwixt ye English and French'. Possibly Caryll, 6th Viscount, d. 11 Nov. 1745

[no title]  L6/1397  24 Jan.[1744/5]

Contents:
Same to same, urging George to marry the sister of the Earl of Cardigan, a niece of Lady Molyneux, his sister-in-law.

[no title]  L6/1398  26 Feb. 1744/5

Contents:
Same to same relating to the same, and describing the Earl of Cardigan's sister, '... a very agreeable young lady and an exceeding good humoured lady and no moor prude then what becomes a lady of honnour...'. Also requesting a hundredweight of best Warwickshire cheese, 'now yt lent is near at hand'.

[no title]  L6/1399  7 April 1745

Contents:
Same to the same thanking him for a present of cheese.

[no title]  L6/1400  20 Feb. 1755


Related information: L6/1057, L6/1329-1333

Contents:
Letter from [Sir] C[harles] Mordaunt [in London] to [George Lucy] congratulating him on the success of his law suit, and asking him to organize a petition 'sign'd by as many of the Ex Commissioners as you cd collect ..' relating to turnpikes and the 'illegality of the Shipston side gate'.

[no title]  L6/1401  27 Sept. 1758

Contents:
Letter from Robert Mylne in Rome to George Lucy informing him that he had carried out all his commissions, and that he had recently been awarded first prize in the highest class of architecture in the concourse in the Academy of St. Luke, with a description of the ceremony at which he was presented with two silver medals.

[no title]  L6/1402  19 March 1762

Contents:
Same to same.

[no title or date]  L6/1403

Contents:
Dropped.

[no title]  L6/1404  20 July [c.1756]

Contents:
Note from Sir Henry Parker from Tolton [?Talton House] to George Lucy requesting the loan of his 'Portugall Coat' which he intended to have copied, and to return the original by the Stratford Coach.

[no title]  L6/1405  26 Feb. 1770

Contents:
Letter from William Roberts to George Lucy enclosing powders and detailed directions to help 'when you are costive'. Invites George to visit him at 'the Priory' and refers to his rights of common on Hatfield ?Chase [W.R. Yorks.] for which he wished to buy more sheep, '...I took notice when in Warwickshire that I thought the sheep there were the best fleeced of any I ever saw...'

[no title]  L6/1406  2 June 1758

Contents:
Letter from James Russel in Rome to George Lucy referring to George Lucy's recent visit to Rome, and stating that most of his commissions were now complete, including marble tables with brass rims, 'Sigre Pompeio has likewise consign'd to me your portrait, Mr Lucy the picture of the Madonna & Mr Mylne Pironesi's prints... so that I wait only for the marble busts.. Brutus and Porcia...'. Also refers to the death of the Pope [Benedict XIV] and the gathering of the cardinals.

[no title]  L6/1407  7 Dec. 1752

Contents:
Letter from William Thomson at Leicester Square, London, to George Lucy, thanking him for a present of venison and conveying the good wishes of Sir Berkeley Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1408  16 Jan. 1753

Contents:
Same to the same, thanking him for a present of venison, presenting Sir Berkeley Lucy's compliments, and inviting him to visit them in London.

[no title]  L6/1409  5 April 1753

Contents:
Same to the same presenting Sir Berkeley Lucy's compliments, and telling him of the intended marriage of his daughter Winney to Robert Drummond, a son of the late Viscount Strathallen who was killed at Culloden. Also offering to send George Lucy a 'half length picture of Mr George Lucy your uncle,' when a case had been made for it.

[no title]  L6/1410  17 April 1753

Contents:
Same to the same concerning the delivery of the portrait of George Lucy by the artist.Dahl to Charlecote, and the impending marriage of his daughter.

[no title]  L6/1411  [1759]

Contents:
Same to the same informing him of the death of Sir Berkeley Lucy, who by his will had left George Lucy one hundred guineas to buy a ring.

[no title]  L6/1412  31 Jan. 1759

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Thursby of Meadow Lane, Leeds, to George Lucy apologizing for not writing sooner after their happy friendship in Portugal, and telling him of his marriage and the birth of a son.

[no title]  L6/1413  [c. 1755]

Contents:
Letter from Dr. Trewen to George Lucy concerning George Lucy's health.

[no title]  L6/1414  8 Jan. 1744/5

Contents:
Letter from J[ames] Underhill at 'Gunpowder Mills' to George Lucy, congratulating him on inheriting the Charlecote estate.
A letter to George Lucy, dated 8 Jan 1744/5 [L6/1414], in the collection of Lucy papers held at the Warwickshire County Record Office, which has been attributed to James Underhill appears to have been misidentified. The letter in question is signed with a single initial which has been taken to be J, probably because there is also a bill to George Lucy [L6/1318], dated 30 Oct 1764, which clearly is from James Underhill. Examination of the letter shows that the initial is actually an S, for Samuel Underhill, who was a second cousin to George Lucy through their great grandmother Alice Spencer (see Page 166, The Underhills of Warwickshire, J. H. Morrison, 1932). Alice's great great nephew, Rev. John Hammond, took the name Lucy when he inherited Charlecote in 1786. Morrison makes it clear that Samuel Underhill was a gunpowder merchant and manufacturer in Liverpool and London, which is confirmed by the address on this letter.
The bill from James Underhill [L6/1318] raises another interesting question because Samuel Underhill was married to Catherine Ffogg (nee Barnard) on the third of June 1727 at Harlington in Middlesex and according to Morrison they had one son, Hercules, who was born around 1728 but who had died soon after 1738. However the parish register for Spitalfields Christ Church records the baptisms of two other children of Samuel Underhill and his wife Catherine, namely James baptised 13 Sep 1732 and Catherine baptised 22 Mar 1733. Morrison concluded that Samuel had decided to sell the family estate, at Idlicote, Warwickshire, to Catherine Ffogg's son-in-law in 1755 because Hercules had died. It appears, however, that during his lifetime Samuel had probably settled his London property on his son James because he was in business in London in 1764 and neither he nor his family are mentioned in Samuel's will in 1762. Samuel did remember his unmarried sisters in Warwickshire and his cousin, George Lucy, at Charlecote, who continued to do business with James. Incidentally the Alice Hammond Charity was established under the terms of the Will of Samuel's sister Alice, who was married to Rev. George Hammond.
It should be noted that there are other instances in Morrison's book where, because they are not mentioned in their father's wills, individuals are presumed to have died when they were in fact living. This may invalidate his conclusion that the Underhills who were descended from the family that originated at Bushbury in Staffordshire, died out in England when George Shirley Underhill died at Hampton-in-Arden in 1863.

[no title]  L6/1415  18 April 1745

Contents:
Same, in London, to the same concerning the delivery and storage of wine, with a warning that 'if the Warr continues all sorts of French Wine will be much Dearer'.

[no title]  L6/1416  26 Aug. 1758

Contents:
Letter from [Francis Greville, Baron] Brooke from Warwick Castle to George Lucy at Charlecote apologizing for being unable to return his visit.

[no title]  L6/1417  7 Aug. 1759

Contents:
Same to the same promising to spend a day at Charlecote 'after our Carnival [the Garrick Jubilee at Stratford upon Avon]... I hear many Lodgings are taken & much company Expected, also five Horses Entered allready'. Also refers to Lancelot Brown, 'Brown is not come but I Expect him hourly.'

[no title]  L6/1418  20 Oct. 1761

Contents:
Invitation from Lord and Lady Willoughby de Broke at Chesterton to George Lucy, asking him to visit them, and presenting their compliments to Mrs. Hayes.

[no title]  L6/1419  7 Oct. 1761

Contents:
Letter from Lord Willoughby de Broke at Compton [Verney] to George Lucy concerning an offer of hounds.

[no title]  L6/1420  9 Sept. 1749

Contents:
Letter from J.W. Wright from Lausanne to George Lucy concerning his secret engagement to the Countess de la Roux, 'a young lady of Rank and Distinction', whose guardian had refused permission for the marriage, and who was now demanding 1,000 Swiss francs, i.e. £300 to prevent the disclosure of their liaison, therefore asks for the loan of £50 or £100.

George Lucy (d. 1786): letters from  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1421  18 Nov. 1749

Contents:
Copy of George Lucy's reply to L6/1420 urging him not to enter into any marriage abroad.

[no title]  L6/1422  28 March 1747

Contents:
Letter from George Lucy at Mrs. Ogilvie's, Suffolk Street, [London], to Mrs. [Philippa] Hayes [at Charlecote, his housekeeper], concerning household matters [and the conduct of May Elson, the cook], '... was she to be turned out directly, t'would be no matter', and also general affairs, including the note, 'The tax is passed upon coaches'.

[no title]  L6/1423  12 April 1747

Contents:
Same at the same to the same, referring to the sale of Alscot estate, from which 'a brace or two of Deer have been reserved for Charlecote'.

[no title]  L6/1424  16 May 1747

Contents:
Same at the same to the same referring to the defeat of the French fleet off Cape Finistere on 3 May. 'I'm just going to light my windows for a Sea Victory, obtained over the French by yr Friend Anson & one more, the news is that they upon a Cruise, met with the mar[chant] fleet under Convoy of Five French men of war, took the five men of war & sevll merchant ships, and were in pursuit of the rest. The news came by Express, & may be depended upon for Truth'.

[no title]  L6/1425  [1747]

Contents:
Same at the same to the same concerning the appointment of a cook and social engagements etc.

[no title]  L6/1426  27 March 1751

Contents:
Same at Bath to the same, describing the company at Bath, 'our Ladies here are rather plain', and describing his mourning dress upon the death of Frederick, Prince of Wales, '... people here are extreamly busy in equipping themselves with mourning, which is to appear on Sunday next, mine will only be a Raven Grey frock, black silk waistcoat & black breeches'.

[no title]  L6/1427  4 May [1751]

Contents:
Same at the same to the same, describing his recent attack of rheumatic fever, that he was now recovering, and planned to return to Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/1428  29 Feb. 1752

Contents:
Same from Suffolk Street, London, to the same concerning society news and the rumour that young Lord Leigh had been removed from school with suspected small pox.

[no title]  L6/1429  4 March 1752

Contents:
Same at the same to the same concerning society news, 'yesterday was a busy day, the mourning laid aside [after the death of Frederick, Prince of Wales], the Court was the fullest ever known, and the assembly very brilliant, my Lady Guernsey after taking true pains in dress was obliged to return, not being able to get in'.

[no title]  L6/1430  26 Nov. 1753

Contents:
Same at Bath to the same mainly relating to his health. 'To Morrow Morn, Im to engage with a dose of Mercurial Physick'.

[no title]  L6/1431  7 Dec. 1753

Contents:
Same at the same to the same mainly relating to his health, and referring to an election at Lichfield.

[no title]  L6/1432  6 Jan. [1754]

Contents:
Same at the same to the same describing his stay in Bath since the previous October, '... this has been the worst Season the Inhabitants say that has been known for many years...'.

[no title]  L6/1433  [c. 1755]

Contents:
Postscript from a letter from the same to the same headed, 'The following verses were made upon Lady Pomfrets present to the University'.
The Countess of Pomfret, wife of Thomas Fermor, 1st Earl of Pomfret presented in 1755 to Oxford University part of the Arundel marbles which had been purchased by her husband's father. G.E.C. X, p. 573.

[no title]  L6/1434  11 Oct. 1755/6

Contents:
Same at Ostend to the same describing his journey so far on his way to Naples.

[no title]  L6/1435  28 Nov. 1756

Contents:
Same at Rome to the same describing their stay in Venice, '... a most disagreeable Journey there & the disapointments we met with in our raised Expectation from the views we had seen described by the renowned Canaletti', and their reception in Rome, where a number of English gentlemen had called on them.

[no title]  L6/1436  27 Dec. 1756

Contents:
Same at Naples to the same describing their stay in Rome where they spent eight days, 'in hunting virtue, but as I had the misfortune not to look into an old brick wall as far as others, I could not be supposed to enjoy these relicks in that perfection, however I thought my time not ill spent in surveying St. Peters often & the famous Pantheon...' followed by a long description of St. Peter's, his impressions of Naples, the bay, Vesuvius and the surrounding countryside, '...people dress here much... I often lament leaving my finery at home...'.

[no title]  L6/1437  22 March 1757

Contents:
Same at the same to the same describing the ladies of Naples, giving directions for the 'fitting of my best appartment' at Charlecote, and asking for news of his 'poor dumb animals' and 'what improvements are made about my House'.

[no title]  L6/1438  5 April 1757

Contents:
Same at the same to the same stating that after consulting his doctor he had decided to spend another season in Naples, although he disliked the people, '... the most unsociable Creatures I believe in the Universe, the only thing they Shine at is to cheat you if they can', and asking Mrs. Hayes to send some more of his clothes (described in some detail), including his 'best embroider'd suit (which I never shall wear in England)...'.

[no title]  L6/1439  25 April 1757

Contents:
Same at the same to the same describing the state of his health, their daily routine in Naples and plans to move to a house outside the town, the eruptions of Mount Veauvius, and giving instructions for obtaining a good supply of perch at Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/1440  10 July 1757

Contents:
Same at Grumo near Naples to the same describing their activities. 'You ask me in yours how bathing agrees with me, my answer is Very well with a resolution to continue it, If I am able'.

[no title]  L6/1441  22 Aug. 1757

Contents:
Same at the same to the same, describing his state of health, his fears that his box of clothes have been lost on the way to Naples, and asking for a parcel of game.

[no title]  L6/1442  3 Oct. 1757

Contents:
Same at the same to the same describing how the ship, in which his box of clothes was being brought to Naples, had been captured by the Moors and taken to Algiers.

[no title]  L6/1443  1 Nov. 1757

Contents:
Same at Naples to the same stating that they had left their country retreat, describing the state of his health, and regretting the lack of pheasants from Charlecote, 'The account you send of my Pheasants displeases me much ...'.

[no title]  L6/1444  13 Dec. 1757

Contents:
Same at the same to the same describing the improvement in his health which he attributes to the use of cold baths, and expressing his hopes of being presented at court as a result of some verses written by his companion [John Dobson] on the discovery of a bust of 'the famous Archimedes, a noted Mathematician.'

[no title]  L6/1445  29 Jan. 1758

Contents:
Same at the same to the same describing a ball in Naples attended by some of the English community and the Neapolitan nobility.

[no title]  L6/1446  6 March 1758

Contents:
Same at the same to the same outlining his plans to return to England via Holland, after spending some time in Rome, describes his ascent of Mount Vesuvius with 'The assistance of eight men, who carried me upon their shoulders in a little chair', and suggesting that 'If poor Spruce [his dog] is not demolished before this reaches you I shod think the giving her a little lodinum in a piese of butter wd be a means to make her exit the least painfull'.

[no title]  L6/1447  12 April 1758

Contents:
Same at Rome to the same describing how they were spending 'at least four hours in the morning' viewing the sights, and having his portrait painted by Pompeo Batoni, 'I have shown my face & person to the famous Pompeo Battoni, to take the lines thereof, I have sat twice & am to attend him again in a day or two; they are great men & must be flattered ...'.

[no title]  L6/1448  6 May 1758

Contents:
Same at Florence to the same describing their journey there from Rome, and referring to the death of the Pope [Benedict XIV] in Rome since their departure.

[no title]  L6/1449  21 May 1758

Contents:
Same at Augsburg to the same describing their journey from Florence which they left on 9th May, their stay in Verona and their intention to leave for Frankfurt the following day.

[no title]  L6/1450  12 June 1758

Contents:
Same at The Hague to the same describing their journey from Frankfurt, and his impressions of the Dutch countryside, '... consisting entirely of Dykes & large pasture grounds ...'. States that he hopes to be in London by the 20th where he intended to stay for a week, and asking that his feather bed at Charlecote should be replaced by a mattress, 'and instead of the cords of the bedstead lay some flat bords the breadth of the bedstead, no matter what sort, provided they are Clean & free from Insects.'

[no title]  L6/1451  10 Jan. 1759

Contents:
Same at Bath to the same describing the state of his health and the entertainments in Bath, 'This place abounds with much Company, and is very full, but where the devil they come fro[m] no one can concieve'.

[no title]  L6/1452  29 Dec. 1759/8

Contents:
Same at the same to the same mainly relating to his health and society news.

[no title]  L6/1453  9 Feb. 1760

Contents:
Same at the same to the same describing in detail an entertainment at Mrs. Charletons, 'Or dinner consisted of seven and nine dishes...'.

[no title]  L6/1454  23 Feb. 1760

Contents:
Same at the same to the same describing his health and social activities, and that he has had his portrait painted, 'I finished sitting for my Phiz yesterday morning... there is I dare say a likeness, but not so strikeing a One, as I have of some others, which convinces he there is something in my face not so easily hit, tho I sat to all the advantage imaginable, having my friends always with me ...'.

[no title]  L6/1455  2 March 1760

Contents:
Same at the same to the same concerning his portrait.

[no title]  L6/1456  15 March 1760

Contents:
Same at the same to the same.

[no title]  L6/1457  5 April 1760

Contents:
Same at the same to the same referring to his portrait, '... am determined to present you with one of Mr. Gainsborough's, and for wch I shall begin sitting on Monday next, which I hope will put an end to that trade, as it is not the most agreable and attended with no small expence ...', and to Lord Willoughby de Broke's intended improvements at Compton Verney, 'I'm not surpriz'd to hear Lord Willoughby is in a hurry to make his Improvements at Compton, because I was told in my ride upon Landsdown this morning (and from I believed very good authority) that he is very soon to enter into the Holy State of matrimony with Miss Maddox daughter of the late Bishop of Worcester'.

[no title]  L6/1458  21 Jan. 1761

Contents:
Same at the same to the same describing his journey to Bath and his meeting with the Duke of Beaufort.

[no title]  L6/1459  22 Feb. 1761

Contents:
Same at the same to the same.

[no title]  L6/1460  1 March 1761

Contents:
Same at the same to the same giving a detailed account of a dinner given by him, and enquiring about the gardens at Charlecote, 'I'm glad to hear my Garden is in that forwardness, pray how doth the Cascade look now it is finished? I hope well, as I dare say there hath been no want of water'.

[no title]  L6/1461  29 March 1761

Contents:
Same at the same to the same referring to his portrait by Gainsborough. 'Whether I shall have my picture altered or not I cannot yet tell, Mr. Gainsborough told me when it was deliver'd, that he would send me a summons, which I have not yet rec'd ...' and to 'Capability' Brown, 'Mr. Browne, who everyone wants, hath not yet made his appearance here, he is much wanted by a Mr. Langton, who you have heard us speak of, and who will have in a short time a most magnificent place, a new house by Mr Ledbeter, & Ground about it, laid out by Mr Browne'.

[no title]  L6/1462  5 April 1761

Contents:
Same at the same to the same referring to his portrait by Gainsborough. 'To Morrow I'm to be enthroned in Mr Gainsborough's Painted Chamber, what will be the Event I know not, but unless he alters it much for the better, it will scarcely deserve the carriage, I think to have the dress altered as well as the face, as they both stand in need of some repair'.

[no title]  L6/1463  12 April 1761

Contents:
Same at the same to the same referring to a visit from 'Capability' Brown. 'Mr. Brown was here on Sunday last, and staid till Tuesday, when he called upon me... and told me he should not be at Charlecote till May, which I suppose will be June at the soonest... I told him the time was elapsed for the second payment, which he said was no matter... but upon offering him a £100 note, he pulled out his pocket book and carried it off with him. He tells me Langton's place will be good for Nothing, owing to the obstinacy of it's master, that he saw Lord Willoughby in Town, who will do something, tho did not tell me what ...'. Also describing (in detail) the alterations to his portrait by Gainsborough.

[no title]  L6/1464  21 March 1762

Contents:
Same at the same to the same referring to his friend Mr. [Robert] Mylne. 'the Surveyor of the Bridge at Black Fryars' with whom he had been to see Mr. Langton's house, '... whose House is now cover'd in and will be a most sweet place, provided Mr Brown may have his way, which I much doubt...'. Also referring to the death of Pompeo Batoni, 'my Painter'.

[no title]  L6/1465  28 March 1762

Contents:
Same at the same to the same referring to Mr. Hiorn's proposed alterations at Charlecote, the taking of Martinique from the French [in Feb. 1762], and a visit to the theatre to see 'the Careless Husbd... and I thought in some passages of it that my servant Richard Wilkins and his wife had their parts ...'.

[no title]  L6/1466  4 April 1762

Contents:
Same at the same to the same referring to robberies on the roads outside Bath. 'I think one may draw a parallell between what Rome was before the time of Sixtus Quintus and what Bath is now, since the death of Nash'.

[no title]  L6/1467  18 April 1762

Contents:
Same at the same to the same referring to a frame for his portrait by Gainsborough, then being sent to Charlecote, and describing some of his acquaintances in Bath including '... Peers Legh... looks like a Bacchus with a mouth full of Tobacco & his complexion like a Mulberry not quite ripe. L-d Ans-n I find is here, but have not yet seen him to return my thanks for his great services in my voyage to Portugal'. States that he intends to return soon to Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/1468  6 Feb. 1763

Contents:
Same at the same to the same.

[no title]  L6/1469  13 Feb. 1763

Contents:
Same at the same to the same.

[no title]  L6/1470  20 March 1763

Contents:
Same at the same to the same describing the funeral of Lady Anne Coventry at Badminton [died at Snitterfield, daughter of 1st Duke of Beaufort], and giving directions for alterations to be made in his own room at Charlecote. '... I thought the new doors were included in the first agreement (exclusive of the Chimney piece)... as to the carving by way of decoration, I shod be glad to know the exact expence, and the more so, as we are not to consider it as a fine room, but a decent one'.

[no title]  L6/1471  17 April 1763

Contents:
Same at the same to the same referring to the measurements of the cornice to the chimney, ornamental china, window curtains and frames for the tables. '... I forsee the fitting up this room will be attended with more expence than I could have wish'd ...'.

[no title]  L6/1472  11 March 1764

Contents:
Same at the same to the same giving directions for the chimney piece in the common parlour, painting the best room and outside windows of the hall, stating that he had written to Mr. [Charles] Lucy at Rome asking him to send three pictures as soon as possible, and that he had 'put Mr. Charles Mordaunt in mind of my patterns for picture frames', but had not yet ordered curtains, 'as there is so much objection made to the manner intended of putting them up, the hanging in Festoons they say will certainly darken the room ...'.

[no title]  L6/1473  14 April 1765

Contents:
Same at the same to the same relating society news, but refusing to allow Mr. Standbridge to copy painting, in silver, which he had seen at Lord Plymouth's, at Charlecote, as 'silver must tarnish at all events, but particularly where there was not a constant fire kept: But what have I to do (who am so happy to have a good old house) but to make it decent and to content myself with that, as it is already design'd'.

[no title]  L6/1474  21 April 1765

Contents:
Same at the same to the same.

[no title]  L6/1475  6 March 1766

Contents:
Same at the same to the same referring to the purchase of damask at the request of Mr. Standbridge, and to visits by Mr Lightholder to him in Bath. Also refers to the repeal of the Stamp Act by a majority of 128.

Mrs. Philippa Hayes, housekeeper to George Lucy  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1476  1755 - 1771

Contents:
Household book of Mrs. Hayes containing the following:
Lists of table linen purchased 1752-66, sheets purchased 1752-63, china purchased 1752-65, list of brass and pewter 1752, money received 1753-66, fish put into and taken out of the Old Canal 1753-66, 'ye Bason' 1752-66, the new canal 1752-65, Hatton Pool 1753-64, Beanams Pool 1752-68, woodcocks killed at Charlecote 1752-71, new servants 1744-70, fowls received from tenants 1752-66. Also memoranda relating to alterations to the house and grounds by 'Mr Brown' and others, and a letter pasted in from David Hiorn to George Lucy concerning his design for the bridge at Hunt's Mill, dated 1 March 1755.

[no title]  L6/1477  6 May 1758

Contents:
Letter from M[artha] Chedworth [Lady Chedworth of Stowell, Glos.] to [Mrs. Hayes] concerning the character of Bridget Hall, a former housemaid at Charlecote. '... wether she drinks - her face & nose being very red, or wether 'tis a humour, wether she is very good -natured - and will hear a fault'.

[no title]  L6/1478-80  1747

Contents:
Three letters from [Lady] A[nne] Coventry [widow of Thomas Coventry, Earl of Coventry (d. 1710), who died at Snitterfield in 1763] to [Mrs. Hayes] concerning a proposed visit to Charlecote, one letter being dated 4 Sept. 1747.

[no title]  L6/1481  [1755]

Contents:
Letter from John Dobson at Lisbon to Mrs. Hayes telling her of the improvement in George Lucy's health since their arrival, and their intended move to the 'Baths of ye Caldas situated in one of ye pleasantest parts of Portugal'.

[no title]  L6/1482  5 Jan. 1758

Contents:
Same [at London] to the same referring to the acquittal of Sir John Mordaunt (1697-1780) at a Court Martial after the attack on Rochefort, and to the death of Princess Caroline and the burial to be held in Westminster Abbey that evening.

[no title]  L6/1483  29 Dec. 1770

Contents:
Letter from C. Egerton at Sundon [Beds.] to Mrs. Hayes concerning family matters and including an account of a flood at Shrewsbury.

[no title]  L6/1484  14 Oct. 1748

Contents:
Letter from John Hayes at Zarendonck to his mother [Mrs. Hayes], including references to his search for 'Tulip Roots' at The Hague, and to the peace negotiations [at Aix-la-Chapelle, ending the War of the Austrian Succession].

[no title]  L6/1485  17 July 1750

Contents:
Letter from M. Holbech at Stockport to [Mrs. Hayes] relating to local news, with a postscript dated 20 July 1751.

[no title]  L6/1486  1 Jan. [1755]

Contents:
Letter from [Sir] C[harles] Mordaunt at Walton Hall to Mrs. Hayes concerning George Lucy, and inviting them both to Walton Hall.

[no title]  L6/1487  3 April [1755]

Contents:
Letter from D[olly] Mordaunt [daughter of Sir Charles Mordaunt] at Walton to Mrs. Hayes referring to Mrs. Hayes's proposed visit to Derbyshire, urging her to visit the Peak and Matlock, and to George Lucy's visit to Portugal. '... One thing I think probable, that Mr Lucy who dares not venture upon an English woman, will bring a Portuguese Lady with him; you know he is a great admirer of fine Teeth, which they are famous for ...'.

[no title]  L6/1488  Undated

Contents:
Same to the same referring to the keeper at Charlecote being bitten by a mad dog. Also mentions the 'third volume of Peregrine Pickle' [published 1751] sent by her sister for Mrs. Hayes to read.

[no title]  L6/1489  7 April - [17 April]

Contents:
Same in Thrift Street, London, to the same.

[no title]  L6/1490  22 May [1756]

Contents:
Same at Walton to the same referring to George Lucy's visit to Portugal, and to the Rev. Francis Gastrell coming to New Place in Stratford. 'You send me news in saying a neighbour is coming into Sr Hugh Cloptons house. I find Mr Sherwood has seen them and I fancy they are not likely to prove very agreeable'.

[no title]  L6/1491  19 May [1756]

Contents:
Letter from Pen[elope] Mordaunt [daughter of Sir Charles Mordaunt] in London to Mrs. Hayes referring to their visits to Richmond, Vauxhall and Ranelagh and to a visit to 'The french opera house in the Haymarket' with George Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1492  5 Oct. 1755

Contents:
Letter from William Smith of Warwick to Mrs. Hayes asking her to ask George Lucy for 'a guinea or two more'. With a poem composed by William Smith to George Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1493  28 Jan. 1752

Contents:
Letter from M. Sneyd at Hunningham to Mrs. Hayes concerning family affairs.

[no title]  L6/1494  12 Oct. 1752

Contents:
Same to the same concerning family affairs and referring to an outbreak of small pox in Lichfield.

[no title]  L6/1495  23 June 1744

Contents:
Letter from [Lady Mary] Wrottesley, [wife of Sir Richard Wrottesley of Wrottesley near Wolverhampton, Staffs.,] to Mrs. Hayes relating to her stay in London and at Woburn etc.

[no title]  L6/1496  10 Oct. 1744

Contents:
Same to the same relating to family matters.

[no title]  L6/1497  5 Jan. 1744/5

Contents:
Same to the same concerning the birth of her son [John, 8th Baron Wrottesley], and referring to Mrs. Hayes's house in Wolverhampton.

[no title]  L6/1498  5 June 1745

Contents:
Same to the same relating to family news and the condition of Mrs. Hayes's house in Wolverhampton, as it was reported that, 'ye mice & rats had already taken possession of all yr beds & that ye feathers flew about ye streets ...'

Rev. George Hammond (d. 1760)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1499  20 Dec. 1756

Contents:
Letter from John Dobson in Naples to the Rev. [George] Hammond, rector of Hampton Lucy, describing his visit to Rome, and giving a detailed description of St. Peter's and the Pantheon.

[no title]  L6/1500  7 Feb. 1757

Contents:
Same to the same giving a detailed description of Herculaneum and its antiquities.

[no title]  L6/1501  31 May 1757

Contents:
Same from Grumo near Naples to the same describing their activities in Naples, and the state of George Lucy's health.

[no title]  L6/1502  3 Oct. 1757

Contents:
Same at the same to the same.

[no title]  L6/1503  28 Feb. 1758

Contents:
Same at Naples to the same describing their plans to return to England at the end of the next month, and wondering how the war between England and France may affect their journey. Also giving a brief account of George Lucy's expedition to Vesuvius and the activities of the volcano during the previous year.

[no title]  L6/1504  21 April 1758

Contents:
Same at Rome to the same giving a detailed account of his sight seeing activities, beginning, 'Rome is a magnificent Feast, where everyone may find a dish adapted to his Palate'.

Alice Hammond, widow of the Rev. George Hammond  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1505  3 Nov. 1762

Contents:
Letter from John Purser at 'Johnsons Court' to Mrs. [Alice] Hammond at Warwick concerning the preparation of a sale catalogue [?of the goods of the Rev. George Hammond] and listing pictures.

John Hammond Lucy (d. 1823)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1506  23 Aug. 1781

Contents:
Letter from William Dobson to the Rev. [John] Hammond, rector of Hampton Lucy, containing a recipe to cure George Lucy of the palsy and rheumatism and referring to a naval victory by Admiral [Sir Hyde] Parker over the Dutch Fleet [on the Dogger Bank, 5 Aug. 1781].

[no title]  L6/1507  9 Feb. 1787

Contents:
Attested copy of the order from George III to Charles, Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal requiring him to register in the College of Arms the royal licence and authority granted to the Rev. John Hammond of Charlecote, clerk, to change his name to Lucy and to bear the arms of the Rev. William Lucy of Charlecote, deceased. Attested copy made 1 March 1787 and attested by George Harrison, Norroy and Register, and Ralph Bigland, Richmond Herald.

[no title]  L6/1508  5 March 1787

Contents:
Receipted bill from Ralph Bigland, Richmond Herald for recording the King's Sign Manual in the Herald's Office authorizing the Rev. John Hammond to take the surname and arms of Lucy. Total: £30. 11s.

[no title]  L6/1509  24 March 1787

Contents:
Letter from Samuel Jacam in London to the Rev. John Lucy congratulating him on inheriting the Charlecote estate, and including a statement of the current account of George Lucy, esq., deceased for the year 1786.

[no title]  L6/1510  21 June 1787

Contents:
Bill dated 5 Dec. 1786 with receipt from William Russell to the Rev. Lucy for mourning clothes etc. for the funeral of George Lucy. Total: £455. 18s. 5d.

[no title]  L6/1511  2 Jan. 1788

Contents:
Letter from J. Good of Coker near Yeovil to the Rev. John Lucy containing verses congratulating the Rev. John Lucy upon his marriage to Maria Lane.

[no title]  L6/1512  c. 1788

Contents:
Verses written upon the marriage of the Rev. John Lucy to Maria Lane.

[no title]  L6/1513  5 Dec. 1786

Contents:
Part of a letter from the Rev. John Hammond Lucy to his sister Miss Hammond at Lydeard St. Lawrence, Somerset, telling her of the death of George Lucy on 26 Nov.

[no title]  L6/1514  27 Jan. 1787

Contents:
Same to the same thanking her for her congratulations on inheriting the Charlecote estate, and describing the funeral of George Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1515  11 Feb. 1787

Contents:
Same to the same concerning family matters, and his change of name from Hammond to Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1516  29 Aug. 1787

Contents:
Same to the same concerning his health and family news.

[no title]  L6/1517  17 May 1788

Contents:
Same to the same concerning his marriage to Maria Lane.

[no title]  L6/1518  17 Nov. 1804

Contents:
Bond from the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, to John Bradford of Fulbrook, gent., to secure repayment of £1,400.

[no title]  L6/1519  1804 - 7

Contents:
Five receipts from John Bradford of Fulbrook, gent., to the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, for interest paid.

[no title]  L6/1520-1  3 April 1813

Contents:
Bond from the Rev. John Lucy to Thomas Wallis of Rowington, gent., to secure repayment of £2,000, and bond from the Rev. John Lucy and George Lucy to the same, to secure repayment of £2,000, dated 3 April 1816.

[no title]  L6/1522-3  26 Oct. 1813

Contents:
Bond from the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote to William Fifield of Wimpstone in Whitchurch, yeoman to secure repayment of £4,000, and bond from George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., to the same to secure repayment of £1,000 dated 10 March 1826.

[no title]  L6/1524  28 June 1815

Contents:
Bond from John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, to Robert Wesson of Lambcote in Ettington, gent., and others to secure repayment of £500.

[no title]  L6/1525  14 July 1820

Contents:
Bond from the Rev. John Lucy of Charlecote, clerk, to John Cooke of Shelfield in Aston Cantlow, farmer to secure repayment of £500.

[no title]  L6/1526  1 Jan. 1823

Contents:
Letter from the Rev. John Lucy to [Mrs. Raybold] referring to his recent attack of shingles which had left a trembling in his right hand, and thanking her for a present of muffins.

[no title]  L6/1527  10-28 Feb. 1823

Contents:
Copy of the Inventory of livestock, grain, household goods, furniture, plate, books, paintings etc. belonging to the Rev. John Lucy, deceased, at Charlecote. Taken by John Margetts and others.

[no title]  L6/1528  1823

Contents:
Bundle of accounts and receipts relating to the funeral of the Rev. John Lucy.

George Lucy (d. 1845) and Mary Elizabeth (nee Williams), his wife  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1529  1816

Contents:
Notebook containing a diary written by Mary Elizabeth Williams, daughter of Sir John Williams of Bodelwyddan, Flintshire, describing visits to Anglesey etc.

[no title]  L6/1530  c. 1813 - 1820

Contents:
Verses addressed to Mary Elizabeth Williams, some dated 1813, 1818 and 1820.

[no title]  L6/1531  1823

Contents:
Bill from Henry Coldicott to George Lucy, esq., for clothes. Total: £24. 1s. 0½d.

[no title]  L6/1532-37  1823 - 1835

Contents:
Six letters from Lady Margaret Williams to her daughter Mary Elizabeth, after the marriage of Mary Elizabeth to George Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1538  c. 1824

Contents:
Letter from Sir John Williams of Bodelwyddan, Flintshire, to his daughter Mary Elizabeth Lucy referring to proposed alterations at Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/1539-46  1824 - 1844

Contents:
Eight letters from John Williams [Sir John Williams after 1830, and Sir John Hay Williams after 1842] to his sister Mary Elizabeth Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1547-50  c. 1825 - 1843

Contents:
Four letters from Margaret Williams [after 1829 wife of Henry Peyto-Verney, Baron Willoughby de Broke] to her sister Mary Elizabeth Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1551-63  c. 1830 - 45

Contents:
Thirteen letters from Ellen Williams [after 1832 wife of the Hon. William Owen Stanley, M.P.] to her sister Mary Elizabeth Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1564  c. 1823

Contents:
Letter from M. ?Hesketh to Mary Elizabeth Lucy congratulating her on her marriage.

[no title]  L6/1565  15 Dec. 1823

Contents:
Letter from ?A.M. Price to Mary Elizabeth Lucy congratulating her on her marriage.

[no title]  L6/1566  1833

Contents:
Letter from 'Cousin Agnes' to Mary Elizabeth Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1567  18 Sept. 1830

Contents:
Letter from Sir John Williams of Bodelwyddan, Flintshire, to George Lucy, esq., his son-in-law.

[no title]  L6/1568  28 Feb. 1835

Contents:
Letter from George Lucy at Bodelwyddan, Flintshire, to Mary Elizabeth Lucy, his wife, describing the funeral of her mother Lady Margaret Williams.

[no title]  L6/1569-70  1842

Contents:
Two bills for medicine and household goods.

[no title]  L6/1571  22 Sept. 1842

Contents:
Letter from Lady Sarah Elizabeth Hay Williams to her sister-in-law Mary Elizabeth Lucy, with a postscript by Sir John Hay Williams.

[no title]  L6/1572  Jan-April 1843

Contents:
Account book kept by George Lucy while staying with his family in Paris recording money spent on hotel bills, dancing lessons for the children etc., and items of jewelry etc. purchased.

[no title]  L6/1573  8 Jan. 1857

Contents:
Letter from Hugh Williams to his sister Mary Elizabeth Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1574-77  1839, 1843

Contents:
Four letters from Hugh Williams to his brother-in-law George Lucy, esq.

[no title]  L6/1578-9  1840 - 1

Contents:
Two letters from Sir John Hay Williams to George Lucy, esq., his brother-in-law.

[no title]  L6/1580  11 Feb. 1840

Contents:
Letter from Sir John Hay Williams to his nephew William Fulke Lucy at Eton.

[no title]  L6/1581  1840 - 1

Contents:
Memoranda, bills etc. relating to the burial of Herbert Almeric Lucy in 1840, and of Edmund Davenport Lucy in 1841, sons of George and Mary Elizabeth Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1582  3 Jan. 1842

Contents:
Letter from Lord Leigh of Stoneleigh Abbey to George Lucy in Italy, concerning the death of George Lucy's son Edmund.

[no title]  L6/1583  1845

Contents:
Plan of the procession at the funeral of George Lucy, esq., with copies of prayers etc.

William Fulke Lucy (d. 1848)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1584-97  1834, 1838-41

Contents:
Fourteen letters from William Fulke Lucy at Eton to George and Mary Elizabeth Lucy, his father and mother.

[no title]  L6/1598  July-Oct. 1846

Contents:
Diary written by William Fulke Lucy of a fishing and shooting holiday in the N. of Scotland.

[no title]  L6/1599  8 July 1848

Contents:
Warwick and Warwickshire Advertizer and Leamington Gazette, with paragraph marked recording the death of William Fulke Lucy from black jaundice on 1 July 1848. With MS. note attached, written by Mary Elizabeth Lucy, his mother.

Rev. John Lucy (d. 1874)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1600-12  1840 - 2

Contents:
Thirteen letters from the Rev. John Lucy, rector of Hampton Lucy, from Zürich, Florence, Rome, Munich, Naples, Hampton Lucy and London to George Lucy, esq., his brother, describing his travels etc.

[no title]  L6/1613  15-22 Dec. 1874

Contents:
Printed catalogue of the sale of household furniture, plate, books etc. at the Rectory, Hampton Lucy by John Margetts & Son. Partially marked.

[no title]  L6/1614  1 May 1875

Contents:
Printed catalogue of the collection of pictures belonging to the Rev. John Lucy, deceased, [and others] to be sold by Messrs. Christie, Manson and Woods on 1 May 1875. Marked.

Spencer family  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1615  26 Feb. 1594/5

Contents:
Counterpart of an agreement made between Thomas Spencer of Claverdon, esq., Agnes Dyer, spinster, daughter of James Dyer of Budbrook, esq., deceased, and Jeremy Blake of the parish of St. Clement without Temple Bar, London, tailor, concerning the apprenticeship of the said Agnes to the said Jeremy and Anne his wife for seven years. The said Thomas Spencer paying the said Jeremy 20 marks and 20s. annually during the said term.

[no title]  L6/1616  10 Feb. 1607/8

Contents:
Bond from Thomas Spencer of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, esq., to Henry [Howard], Earl of Northampton and others to secure repayment of £100 in 'the greate dyninge hall of Lincolnes Inn' on 8 Feb. 1608/9.

[no title]  L6/1617-8  13 Feb. 1607/8

Contents:
Two bonds from William, Lord Compton to Henry [Howard], Earl of Northampton and others to secure repayment of £300 in the 'greate dynneing hall of Lyncolnes Inn' on 8 Feb. 1608/9.

[no title]  L6/1619-20  8 Feb. 1608/9

Contents:
Two bonds from Thomas Spencer of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, esq., to Henry [Howard], Earl of Northampton and others to secure repayment of £200 in the 'greate dyninge hall of Lincolns Inn' on 23 June next.

[no title]  L6/1621  13 June 1609

Badly damaged by damp and partially illegible.

Contents:
Bond from Cecilia Compton [?wife of Richard Compton] knt., and Thomas Spencer of Lincolns Inn to Richard ---, gent., to secure repayment of £52. 1s. ?d.

[no title]  L6/1622  7 June 1613

Contents:
Bond from Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh, knt., and Thomas Spencer of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, esq., to Gilbert Dethicke of London, gent., to secure repayment of £210 on 9 Dec. next at the shop of Thomas Preene in Cornhill, London.

OFFICIAL APPOINTMENTS  [no ref. or date]

Lucy and Hammond families  [no ref. or date]

Thomas Lucy (d. 1600)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1623  1547

Contents:
Quietus granted to Thomas Lucy, esq., farmer of ulnage due to the king on cloths sold in the counties of Worcester and Hereford and in the towns of the same.

Thomas Lucy (d. 1605)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1624  12 Nov. 1611

Contents:
Letters patent appointing Thomas Lucy, knt., warden of the county of Warwick, so that all rents, debts, etc., pertaining to the office of sheriff in that county should be paid to the Exchequer.

Thomas Lucy (d. 1684)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1625  1 Nov. 1678

Contents:
Appointment of Thomas Lucy, esq., as captain in a Company of Foot in the regiment commanded by James Duke of Monmouth.

[no title]  L6/1626  13 July 1680

Contents:
Appointment of Thomas Lucy, gent., as an ensign in a Company of Foot in the regiment commanded by Charles, Earl of Plymouth.

[no title]  L6/1627  9 Jan. 1682/3

Contents:
Order from Charles II to Capt. Thomas Lucy to march with his troops of the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards from Old and New Bramford to Coventry, [presumably, Brentford].

[no title]  L6/1628  1 April 1683

Contents:
Appointment by Percy Kirke, Captain-General of His Majestie's Forces in Africa and Governor of the Garrison and City of Tangier, of Thomas Lucy, gent., as Lieutenant to a Company of which Edward Hastings, esq., was Captain.

[no title]  L6/1629  1 Oct. 1683

Contents:
Appointment by George [Legge] Lord Baron of Dartmouth, Captain-General of His Majestie's Forces in Africa, Governor of the City of Tangier etc. of Thomas Lucy, gent., as Lieutenant of a Company of Foot in the Regiment commanded by Colonel Charles Trelawny.

[no title]  L6/1630  7 May 1684

Contents:
Appointment of Thomas Lucy, gent., as Lieutenant of a company in the regiment of the Duchess of York's Company of Foot commanded by Colonel Charles Trelawny.

[no title]  L6/1631  18 Feb. 1684/5

Contents:
Appointment of Thomas Lucy, gent., as Lieutenant in a company of the Queen's Regiment of Foot commanded by Colonel Charles Trelawny.

George Lucy (d. 1721)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1632  4 Sept. 1691

Contents:
Appointment by George [Compton], Earl of Northampton, Lord Lieutenant of the county of Warwick, of George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., as Captain of Horse in the Militia of the county of Warwick.

[no title]  L6/1633  1 June 1696

Contents:
Order from one of the Deputy Lieutenants of Warwickshire to George Lucy, esq., Captain of one of His Majestie's Troop of Militia Horse for the county of Warwick, concerning the provision of horses and horsemen by papists and reputed papists.

[no title]  L6/1634  2 March 1702/3

Contents:
Appointment by George [Compton], Earl of Northampton, Lord Lieutenant of the county of Warwick of George Lucy, esq., as [?captain of a troop of horse in the Warwickshire Militia.]

[no title]  L6/1635  23 April 1705

Contents:
Certificate that George Lucy was proposed as a candidate for knight of the shire at a freeholders meeting, to contradict the rumour that Sir John Mordaunt and Sir Charles Shughburgh were unanimously recommended by the gentlemen freeholders at their meeting at Warwick on 18 April 1705.

[no title]  L6/1636  c. 1705

Contents:
List of supporters of Captain Lucy for election as a knight of the shire.

[no title]  L6/1637  15-29 July 1715


Related information: CR 868

Contents:
A journal of the proceedings of the High Sheriff, Justices of the Peace and other gentlemen of the county of Warwick to suppress the riots in and about Birmingham.

[no title]  L6/1638  c. 1715

Contents:
Observations by George Lucy on the conduct of the Militia during the recent riots at Birmingham, showing the necessity for further regulations among them, especially of the horsemen.

[no title]  L6/1639  c. 1715

Contents:
Proposal submitted to the Lord Lieutenant and Deputy Lieutenants for improving the Militia horsemen.

[no title]  L6/1640  29 Oct. 1715

Contents:
Appointment by John [Montagu], Duke of Montagu, Lord Lieutenant of the county of Warwick, of William Neal, gent., as an ensign in the Second Company of Foot in the regiment of Warwickshire Militia commanded by Colonel George Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1641  16 Aug. 1716

Contents:
Warrant issued under the sign manual of George I and signed by Walpole and others directed to the Commissioners of the Treasury ordering £841. 5s. 2d. to be paid to George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., J.P., to be distributed among the petty constables and others to reimburse them for their expenses in arming and maintaining the posse assembled in July 1715 for suppressing riots.

[no title]  L6/1642  14 Dec. 1716

Contents:
Particulars of arms, with bills and deductions, arranged under parishes for Barlichway Hundred.

[no title]  L6/1643  14 Dec. 1716

Contents:
Account of monies paid for the Sheriff's posse in Barlichway Hundred, arranged under parishes.

[no title]  L6/1644  14 Dec. 1716

Contents:
Schedule of expenses of the Sheriff's posse for the parishes in Barlichway Hundred.

[no title]  L6/1645  [14 Dec. 1716]

Contents:
Particulars of arms, with bills and deductions, arranged under parishes for Kineton Hundred.

[no title]  L6/1646  [14 Dec.]1716

Contents:
Schedule of expenses of the Sheriff's posse for the parishes in Kineton Hundred.

John Hammond, rector of Gawsworth, Cheshire  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1647  1 Feb. 1683/4

Contents:
Institution by John [Pearson], Bishop of Chester, of John Hammond, M.A., to the rectory of Gawsworth, Cheshire.

[no title]  L6/1648  1 Feb. 1683/4

Contents:
Order from John [Pearson], Bishop of Chester, for the induction of John Hammond, M.A., to the rectory of Gawsworth, Cheshire, to which he had been instituted on the death of Arthur Johnson, clerk.

Rev. William Lucy (d. 1724)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1649  19 Dec. 1703

Contents:
Ordination by Henry [Compton], Bishop of London, of William Lucy, M.A., of Magdalen College, Oxford, as priest in St. Paul's Cathedral, London.

[no title]  L6/1650  3 March 1703/4

Contents:
Institution by Thomas [Tenison], Archbishop of Canterbury, of William Lucy, M.A., clerk, to the vicarage of Kilton, Somerset in the diocese of Bath and Wells.

[no title]  L6/1651  15 March 1713/14

Contents:
Faculty granted by Thomas [Tenison], Archbishop of Canterbury, to William Lucy, M.A., clerk, to hold the vicarage of Kilton, Somerset, with the rectory of Tolland, Somerset, both being in the diocese of Bath and Wells.

[no title]  L6/1652  28 Oct. 1720?

Contents:
Appointment by George Hooper, Bishop of Bath and Wells of William Lucy, M.A., clerk, as Canon of Wanstrow, Somerset.

[no title]  L6/1653  1 Oct. 1723

Contents:
Grant by the University of Oxford to William Lucy of Charlecote of a doctorate in theology.

John Hammond, rector of Tolland, Somerset.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1654  23 May 1713

Contents:
Ordination by William [Talbot], Bishop of Oxford, of John Hammond, B.A., as deacon in Oxford Cathedral.

[no title]  L6/1655  18 Dec. 1720

Contents:
Ordination by George [Hooper], Bishop of Bath and Wells of John Hammond, B.A., as priest in the chapel of the Holy Trinity at Wells.

[no title]  L6/1656  20 June 1721

Contents:
Institution by George [Hooper], Bishop of Bath and Wells of John Hammond, B.A., as rector of the parish of Tolland, Somerset, recently vacated by William Lucy.

George Lucy (d. 1786)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1657  18 Feb. 1769

Contents:
Appointment by George Lucy of Charlecote, esq., Sheriff of Warwickshire, of William Hunt of Stratford-upon-Avon, gent., as Undersheriff for the said county.

[no title]  L6/1658  1769

Contents:
Quietus granted to George Lucy, esq., Sheriff of Warwickshire for the year ending Michaelmas 1769.

John Hammond Lucy (d. 1823)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1659  28 Sept. 1770

Contents:
Institution by James [Johnson], Bishop of Worcester, of John Hammond, B.A., clerk, to the vicarage of Alveston.

[no title]  L6/1660  23 Oct. 1786

Contents:
Institution by Richard [Hurd], Bishop of Worcester, of John Hammond, B.A., clerk, to the vicarage of Charlecote.

[no title]  L6/1661  1 Jan. 1789

Contents:
Institution by Richard [Hurd], Bishop of Worcester, of John Lucy, B.A., clerk, to the rectory of Hampton Lucy.

George Lucy (d. 1845)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1662  5 May 1810

Contents:
Appointment by the Rt. Hon. George Greville, Earl Brooke and Earl of Warwick, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of the county of Warwick, of George Lucy, esq., to be captain of company in the regiment of Militia of the county of Warwickshire.

[no title]  L6/1663  26 July 1811

Contents:
Appointment by the Rt. Hon. George Greville, Earl Brooke and Earl of Warwick, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of the county of Warwick of George Lucy, esq., to be a Deputy Lieutenant of the said county.

[no title]  L6/1664  13 March 1820

Contents:
Printed hand bill recording the thanks of Lord Valletort and Mr. [George] Lucy to the electors of Fowey, Cornwall, for their election to parliament.

Henry Spencer Lucy (d. 1890)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1665  Feb. 1857

Contents:
Draft cath of Henry Spencer Lucy as Sheriff of Warwickshire.

Official papers - miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1666  23 Oct. 1660

Contents:
Warrant from Arthur Cayley, Richard Hopkins, Henry Smith and Mathew Smith addressed to William Thornton and John Browne, executors of Col. Purefoy, and to Francis Cater concerning arms belonging to William Purefoy of Cawcott, esq., deceased, then in the custody of various persons, to be brought to St. Mary's Hall, Coventry, and left with Simon Burton for the use of the king.

[no title]  L6/1667  27 Oct. 1660

Contents:
Receipt from Simon Burton to Francis Cater for 24 muskets from John Browne and William Thornton, executors of William Purefoy, esq., deceased.

[no title]  L6/1668  13 July 1680

Contents:
Appointment of Giles Chamberlain, gent., as lieutenant in a company of foot in the regiment commanded by Charles, Earl of Plymouth.

[no title]  L6/1669  22 Sept. 1683

Damaged by rodents and some names missing.

Contents:
Appointment by the Rt. Hon. Robert, Earl of Sunderland, Baron Spencer of Wormleighton, Lord Lieutenant of the county of Warwick of Simon, Lord Digby and others (listed) as Deputy Lieutenants of the said county.

[no title]  L6/1670  9 Jan. 1702/3

Contents:
Appointment by James Duke, Marquis and Earl of Ormonde, Lord Lieutenant of the county of Somerset, of Edward Bowyer, esq., as Lieutenant Colonel of the regiment of Militia under the command of Sir John Trevelyan, bart.

PEDIGREES AND FAMILY HISTORY  [no ref. or date]

Lucy family  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1671  c. 1420

Contents:
Memoranda relating to the Lucy, Hardwick and Hampton families. [Dated by reference to 'William lucy that now ye ward to King herry the vte that now ys', William Lucy succeeded as a minor in 1415 on the death of his father Thomas Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1672  1681

Contents:
Signature and seal of Thomas Lucy cut from a document dated 1681.

[no title]  L6/1673  1703

Contents:
Signature and seal of Fulk Lucy cut from a document dated 1703.

[no title]  L6/1674  c. 1800

Contents:
An account of the Lucy family of Charlecote from the reign of Henry VII, partly written by John Lucy (d. 1823), ending with a record of his marriage to Maria Lane in 1788 and the birth of their sons George and John in 1789 and 1790.

[no title]  L6/1675  1808

Contents:
Leather bound quarto volume containing an account of the Lucy family, with folding pedigrees, armorial shields etc., compiled and presented by [the Rev. Thomas Ward, vicar of Weston-under-Wetherley], to John Hammond Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1676  c. 1820

Contents:
Lucy pedigree tracing descent from Sir Thomas Lucy (d. 1605) and Constance Kingsmill to c. 1730.
Compiled c. 1820.

[no title]  L6/1677  24 Aug. 1833

Contents:
Letter from Francis Martin, Windsor Herald to George Lucy, esq., concerning the compilation of a pedigree of the Lucy family.

[no title]  L6/1678  19 Dec. 1833

Contents:
Letter from William Courthope to George Lucy, esq., concerning the Lucy family pedigree.

[no title]  L6/1679-83  1836 - 9

Contents:
Five letters from George Harrison, Bluemantle, to George Lucy, esq., concerning the compilation of a pedigree of the Lucy family, one dated 6 Aug. 1836 containing an account for £200 for compiling the Lucy family pedigree and making a fair copy on vellum 'richly illuminated and emblazoned & bound in moroco etc.'

[no title]  L6/1684  17th - 19th centuries

Contents:
Folio volume entitled 'Lucy Papers' containing many papers relating to the Lucy family pedigree, memorial inscriptions, abstracts of deeds, newspaper cuttings etc., but also including the following items:
ff.43-4. Directions by Samuel Bave and William Lapworth to Sir Thomas Lucy to cure his weak stomach and lack of appetite. 8 Nov. 1640.
ff. 69-70. Bill for clothes covering the period 1676-9, addressed to Sir Fulk Lucy [of Henbury, Cheshire].
f. 74. Letter from Davenport Lucy in Chester to his brother George Lucy 'at Mr. Bakers An Attorney at Law in Saint Lawrence Lane by Cheap-side, London'. 19 June [1690].
ff. 105-27. Thirteen letters from the Rev. William Lucy to his brother-in-law the Rev. John Hammond, rector of Gawsworth, Cheshire, concerning family matters, the death of his brother George in 1721, and the settlement of the estate, 1699-1723.
f. 128. Letter from George Lucy in London to his brother the Rev. [William] Lucy at Kilton, Somerset, 2 March [1720].
f. 129. Receipt from Thomas Paris to William Lucy for £21 for a pair of iron gates, 13 Sept. 1722.
f. 130. Receipt from [Jonathan] Richardson to the Rev. William Lucy for £19. 18s. and for 15 guineas, already received, for a picture frame and case, 10 Sept. 1723.
f. 131. Receipt from Benjamin Taylor to Thomas Lucy for £33. 9s. due from the late Dr. William Lucy for a pair of iron gates, 31 Dec. 1739.
f. 132. Receipt from Thomas Gainsborough to George Lucy esq., for £8 for a portrait.

[no title]  L6/1685  17th - 19th centuries

Contents:
Folder of papers found loose in L6/16 relating to the same, but also including the following items:
f. 215. Appointment by William Henry, Lord Leigh, Lord Lieutenant of the county of Warwick of Henry Spencer Lucy, esq., as a Deputy Lieutenant of the said county, 17 Dec. 1880.
f. 218. Facsimile of a letter from the original at Longleat, Wilts., from Lord Robert Dudley, Master of the Horse 8 April [c. 1560].
f. 232. Printed leaflet concerning the formation of the South Warwickshire Conservative Association, 9 May 1835.
f. 234. Letter from Thomas Warde at Clopton House to [George Lucy] telling him of a bed, known as Henry VIII's bed, for sale in Oxford, thought to have come originally from Compton Wyniates, 13 July 1843.
f. 235. Letter from W. Holland at the Stained Glass and Decorative Works, St. John's, Warwick [engraved heading showing view of works] to Mrs. Lucy concerning an arch to be erected at Charlecote Park gates to celebrate the marriage of Henry Spencer Lucy, 6 July 1865.

[no title]  L6/1686  Early 19th century

Contents:
Notes on commissions granted to members of the Lucy family.

[no title]  L6/1687  c. 1946

Contents:
Pedigree of the Lucy family from earliest times to 1946, compiled by A.R. Wagner, Richmond Herald from the records of the College of Arms.

[no title]  L6/1688  1947

Contents:
Pedigree of the Lucy family to 1248, compiled by E.S. Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1689  1947

Contents:
Pedigree of the Lucy family 1486-1843, compiled by E.S. Lucy.

[no title]  L6/1690  1838

Contents:
Pedigree of the Lucy family 1525-1659, compiled by George Harrison, Bluemantle, 1838.

[no title]  L6/1691  c. 1838

Contents:
Copy of a pedigree of the Spencer family to 1636 showing their relation to the Lucy family, [compiled by George Harrison, Bluemantle].

[no title]  L6/1692  1948

Contents:
Copy of a pedigree showing the descendants of William Lucy, Bishop of St. David's (d. 1677) to 1783, compiled by George Harrison, Bluemantle, 1838, and copied by E.S. Lucy.

Lane family  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1693  1831

Contents:
Copies of letters sent by Charles II to Jane Lane, one dated 5 Dec. 1674, and other papers and memoranda relating to the Lane family, sent to Mrs. Lucy 31 Dec. 1831.

[no title]  L6/1694  c. 1835

Contents:
Pedigree of the Lane family of King's Bromley, Staffs., and related families.

MISCELLANEOUS SECONDARY AND PRINTED WORKS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1695  14th - 15th centuries

Contents:
Portion of an illuminated text.

[no title]  L6/1696  1641

Contents:
Abners funerall, or a sermon, preached at the funerall of that learned and noble knight Sir Thomas Lucie by Robert Harris, B.D., and pastor of the church of Hanwell, Oxon., London. Printed for John Bartlet, 1641.

[no title]  L6/1697  1641

Contents:
Mr. Grimstons speech in the High Court of Parliament, London. Printed for Thomas Walkely, 1641.

[no title]  L6/1698  1743

Contents:
Rider's British Merlin for... 1743.

[no title]  L6/1699  10 Sept. 1745

Contents:
Copy of letter from Prince Charles to his father, 'the Old Pretender'.

[no title]  L6/1700  21 Sept. 1745

Copies information: These copies are printed as originals in M.E. Lucy. Biography of the Lucy Family. 1862, pp. 58-67.


Contents:
Copy of letter from Pinkie House, Edinburgh, to the same after his victory at Preston Pans.

[no title]  L6/1701  10 Oct. 1745

Contents:
Contemporary copy of a proclamation of Prince Charles as Prince of Wales and Regent from Holyrood House, Edinburgh.

[no title]  L6/1702  2 May 1746

Contents:
Report of a debate in the House of Lords concerning the advantages and disadvantages of continuing the war on the continent.

[no title]  L6/1703  1746

Contents:
Copy of a speech made by James Bradshaw (1717-1746), Jacobite rebel, before his execution on 28 Nov. [1746].

[no title]  L6/1704  14 March 1747/8

Contents:
Verses entitled 'To Mr. S.... M.... on his turning Evidence.'

[no title]  L6/1705  c. 1785

Contents:
L'inoculation du bon sens, 1766.

[no title or date]  L6/1706

Contents:
Joseph Bramah, Dissertation on the construction of locks, [c. 1785] With MS. note by John Lucy (d. 1823) 'E Libris John Lucy Price 1s. 1788', and another on the front cover in the same hand 'The next Meeting is July ye 7th 1788'.

[no title]  L6/1707  18th century

Very badly damaged by mildew.

Contents:
Legal treatise.

[no title]  L6/1708  18th century

Contents:
Manuscript of a sermon.

[no title]  L6/1709  18th century

Very badly damaged by damp and mildew.

Contents:
Latin pamphlet bound in parchment wrappers.

[no title]  L6/1710  18th century

Contents:
Printed notice relating to concerts, sermons and collections for charity in Lichfield during each week of the horse racing there.

[no title]  L6/1711  18th century

Contents:
Poem entitled 'The Poets Address To the Rt. Dishonourable Mr P---'.

[no title]  L6/1712  18th century

Contents:
Printed sheet addressed to the Rev. John Lucy headed 'A dialogue. Soene, The Infernal Regions'.

[no title]  L6/1713  ?Early 19th century

Contents:
Poem entitled 'A Pastoral Elegy on the Death of Mrs. Cotton of Etwall'.

[no title]  L6/1714  ?Early 19th century

Contents:
Poem entitled 'Anthem'.

[no title]  L6/1715  19th century

Contents:
Printed poem 'The Fox-Hound', extracted from a poem 'The Dog'.

[no title]  L6/1716  April 1823

Contents:
Printed petition addressed to George Lucy, esq., M.P., by several persons being owners or otherwise interested in British Shipping registered at Newcastle upon Tyne.

[no title]  L6/1717  10-13 June 1823

Contents:
Printed programme for Ascot Heath Races, with winners marked for 10 June.

[no title]  L6/1718  ?c. 1829

Contents:
Printed poem entitled 'Catholic Emancipation. A warning voice to the people of England.'

[no title]  L6/1719  1836

Contents:
Printed verses to the memory of Major-General the Hon. Sir Charles John Greville, K.C.B., who died 2 Dec. 1836.

[no title]  L6/1720  8 July 1837

Contents:
Printed 'Ceremonial for the interment of His late Most Sacred Majesty King William the Fourth of Blessed Memory in the Royal Chapel of St. George at Windsor on Saturday the 8th of July 1837'.

[no title]  L6/1721  1837

Contents:
Lithograph of Alveeton church in 1837, drawn by Mrs. Bracebridge and printed by Day and Haghe.

[no title]  L6/1722  1845

Contents:
A short account of the Spitalfields weavers, extracted from 'Chamber's Edinburgh Journal'.

[no title]  L6/1723  13 July 1845

Contents:
MS. of a sermon preached by the Rev. Henry Bromfield on 13 July 1845, the first Sunday after the death of George Lucy, esq.

[no title]  L6/1724  July 1859

Contents:
Epitome of the advantages of Leamington Spa, including a description and plan of the arboretum by William Milton, superintendant.

[no title]  L6/1725  24 July 1861

Contents:
Midland Counties Volunteer Review before H.R.H. The Duke of Cambridge at Warwick. With Plan.

[no title]  L6/1726  March 1883

Contents:
Charlecote Church, its monuments etc. by Mary Elizabeth Lucy. March 1883.

[no title or date]  L6/1727

Contents:
A collection of typed manuscripts and notes of documents in L6/L6 made by Alice Fairfax Lucy for Charlecote and the Lucys. 1958, with transcripts and notes of other MSS. relating to the same, and photographs of Charlecote House, family monumente, pertraits etc.

DOCUMENTS AT CHARLECOTE HOUSE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  L6/1728  1573-87

Contents:
Account book containing lists of servants and their wages at Charlecote House and at Sutton near Tenbury, Worcs.
v. Charlecote and the Lucys, pp.82, 91-2.

[no title]  L6/1729  10 July 1591

XEROX COPY FOLLOWING L6/1727

Contents:
Letter from Sir Thomas Lucy to 'Master Bagot' concerning a quarrel with his 'son Aston and wife', requesting his help to settle it.
v. Charlecote and the Lucys, pp. 90-1.

[no title]  L6/1730  31 Jan. 1643/4

Contents:
Pass issued by [Sir] William Waller, a parliamentary general, permitting Richard Lucy with his horses and servants access to Warwick and London without molestation.
v. Charlecote and the Lucys, p. 144.

[no title]  L6/1731  6 June 1653

Contents:
Writ signed by Oliver Cromwell addressed to Richard Lucy to attend parliament as a member for the county of Warwick.
v. Charlecote and the Lucys, pp. 152-3.

Envelope containing the following papers relating to James Morris Wilcox of Chapel Street, Warwick  L6/1732  [n.d.]

Contents:
Bill from J.M. Wilcox to George Lucy covering the period 1834-7 for woodwork in the library and dining room at Charlecote, including mouldings and edges to the bookshelves, total: £498. 2s. 11d.
Receipted bill from the same to the same for completing library shelves and making an oak table in the dining room, 17 Jan. 1840.
Receipted bill from the same to Mrs. Lucy for making gothic heads and moulds for stall seats in Charlecote church, etc., 10 Jan. 1853.
Letter from the same to the same acknowledging a cheque for £200, being the first payment for the Lucy sideboard costing £1,600, 15 July 1858.
Bill from the same to the same covering the period 1858-60 for the Lucy sideboard costing £1,600.

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