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Reference DR 18
Covering dates 12th century-20th century
Held by Shakespeare Centre Library and Archive
Extent c. 385 boxes; c. 1000 vols
Creators Leigh family, Barons Leigh
Arrangement The family archive, the biggest single collection deposited at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, was received in instalments from 1942. Those received up to 1958 have been catalogued under the reference DR 18, sub-divided into 32 sections. Additional family papers received since 1958 bear separate DR references, the most important of which are DR 339, DR 554, DR 662, DR 671, DR 762, DR 863.

Administrative history:
The Leigh family originated from Shropshire but the first to achieve prominence was Thomas Leigh (d. 1571), a London merchant, who bought the site, and many of the estates, of the medieval abbey of Stoneleigh, as well as the manor of Adlestrop, formerly belonging to Evesham Abbey. Nearby Longborough lands were acquired through marriage. On his death these holdings were divided between two of his sons, Thomas II and Rowland, the former receiving the Warwickshire lands and Rowland those in Gloucestershire. Thomas II (died 1626) was created a baronet in 1611 and his grandson, Thomas III, a baron in 1643. A marriage in 1588 had added lands at Leighton Buzzard (co. Beds.) to the family estates, and Thomas II purchased lands in Ardington (co. Bucks.) and Hamstall Ridware (co. Staffs.). In 1705 a marriage into the Holbech family brought another significant addition to the estates, namely in Fillongley and Maxstoke. Land at Little Leigh (co. Cheshire), originally purchased in 1738 by a younger son, reverted to the main line on the failure of his issue. On the death of Edward Lord Leigh unmarried in 1786, the title, and the Warwickshire line, became extinct, and under the terms of his will, the estates eventually passed, in 1806, to the Gloucestershire branch of the family, descended from Rowland Leigh. The title was revived for Chandos Leigh in 1839. During the remainder of the nineteenth century further estates in Gloucestershire, Kent, Middlesex and Surrey were acquired. In 1873, the family was the largest landowner in Warwickshire, with an income from all its estates of £32,013. With each acquisition of land, title deeds and other papers were added to the family archives, in some cases reaching back to the twelfth century. Those which came with the purchase of the Stoneleigh estate included cartularies of the medieval abbey. At the same time, the administration of this ever-increasing estate produced a huge volume of business records much of which has survived. Many personal papers of individual members of the family are also well represented in the surviving family papers.

Contents:
Family and estate papers of the Leigh family of Stoneleigh Abbey and Adlestrop and Longborough (co. Glos.).



Miscellaneous Deeds  DR 18/1  12th century-1850

c.2100

Contents:
Deeds, all counties: Listed by county, beginning with Warwickshire, alphabetically by place, and then other counties alphabetically.

WARWICKSHIRE  DR 18/1/1-1204  [n.d.]

Alcester  [no ref. or date]

Alcester  DR 18/1/1  18 March 1698/9

Contents:
Conveyance from Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., to the Right Honourable Fulke Lord Brooke of Beauchamps Court (reciting an unredeemed mortgage, dated 1 and 2 February 1693/4, from Robert Waldron of Houghton, near Newark, co. Notts., clerk, and Edward Waldron of Alcester, locksmith, to Thomas Holbeche) for £115, of a messuage (occupants and abuttals) and acre of land in Alcester.

Allesley  [no ref. or date]

Allesley  DR 18/1/2  5 December 1572

Contents:
Deed poll under the hands of Michael Joyner of Coventry, draper, and Alice his wife (daughter and co-heir of Thomas Bunde, late of Coventry, gent.) quitclaiming to Thomas Flynte, junior, of Allesley, husbandman, all their right in land at Allesley called Elkyns, situate in 'le Rydynges Ende'.

Allesley  DR 18/1/3  5 December 1572

Contents:
Conveyance from Michael Joyner and Alice his wife to Thomas Flynte, for £100, of the premises described in no. 2.

Allesley  DR 18/1/3a  1572-1695

Contents:
Abstracts of deeds relating to:
Allesley, 1572 (no. 2)
Maxstoke, 1618 (no. 511)
Euxton, co. Lancs., 1631 (no. 1768)
Stockingford, 1639 (no. 525)
Northfield, co. Worcs., 1643 (no. 2024)
Over Whitacre, 1680 (no. 1182)
Foleshill, 1686 (no. 480)
Bubbenhall, 1688 (no. 199)
Coventry, 1688 (no. 213)
Arley, 1691 (no. 20)
Stoke Golding, co. Leics., 1695 (no. 1778)

Allesley  DR 18/1/4  1 February 1678/9

Contents:
Covenant to declare the uses of a fine between Joseph Essex of Fillongley, clerk, and Sarah his wife, and Amillian Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., plaintiffs, and Edward Harbert of Fillongley, husbandman, and Elizabeth his wife, Richard Newcombe of Coventry, corviser, and Deborah his wife, and Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., deforciants; namely, that a cottage and premises (described) in Woodend, Fillongley, conveyed by Edward Harbert and Elizabeth his wife to Joseph Essex and Sarah his wife, on 1 May 1678, shall be held to the use of the said Joseph and Sarah Essex; that pasture ground and other premises (described) in Allesley, conveyed by Richard Newcombe and Deborah his wife to Joseph Essex and Sarah his wife, on 5 September 1678, shall be held to the use of the said Joseph and Sarah Essex: and that messuages and lands (described) in Stockingford, conveyed by Thomas Holbeche to Amillian Holbeche on 20 January 1678/9, shall be held to the use of the said Amillian Holbeche.

Allesley  DR 18/1/5  3 November 1694

Contents:
Lease from John Smith of Crabbet, co. Sussex, esq., to Thomas Lant of Allesley, for £100, of a messuage and lands in Allesley (described) in the latter's tenure, for 21 years at an annual rent of £24.10s.0d.
Bond enclosed.

Allesley  DR 18/1/6  5 December 1696

Contents:
Lease from John Smith to Eleanor Harper of Allesley, widow, for £7. 4s. 0d, of land in Allesley (described) in her tenure, for 21 years at an annual rent of £4. 10s. 0d.
Bond enclosed.

Allesley  DR 18/1/7  5 December 1696

Contents:
Lease from John Smith to Robert Barwell of Allesley, yeoman, for £40, of a messuage and lands in Allesley and Coundon (described) for 21 years at an annual rent of £34.
Bond enclosed.

Allesley  DR 18/1/8  Trinity Term 1726

Contents:
Fine between Thomas Jackson, plaintiff, and Robert Barwell and Thomas Sadwell and Elizabeth his wife of premises in Allesley and Harborough.

Ansley  [no ref. or date]

Ansley  DR 18/1/9  29 January 1682/3

Contents:
Mortgage from Edward Priest of Fillongley, gent., to Thomas Holbeche of the same, gent., of a house and lands (described) in Ansley in the tenure of Arthur Higham; to secure £400.

Arley  [no ref. or date]

Arley  DR 18/1/10-11  4 October 1630

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of William Townsend of Frowlesworth, co. Leics., yeoman, to Anne Ballard, niece of John Ballard of Arley, yeoman, being a conveyance from John Ballard to trustees (Thomas Townsend of Frowlesworth and William Cheshire of Handsworth, co. Staffs., husbandman) of a messuage in Arley in his tenure.

Arley  DR 18/1/12  13 July 1661

Contents:
Exemplification of a recovery between William Oughton, plaintiff and Nicholas Parker, defendant, of property in Arley and Outwood, with Edward Townsend as vouchee.

Arley  DR 18/1/13  11 May 1675

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of John Coton, son of John Coton of Hallend in Polesworth, yeoman, to Sarah Oughton, daughter of William Oughton of Arley, yeoman, being a conveyance from William Oughton to trustees (Thomas Coton of Coton Bridge, gent., and Richard Avery of Hurley, gent.) of a messuage, six closes, twenty two selions and one meadow (described) in Arley.

Arley  DR 18/1/14  13 October 1687

Contents:
Conveyance from Richard Symonds of Atherstone, gent., to Thomas Legh and John Hale of Enville, co. Staffs., gents., for £385, of the advowson of Arley.

Arley  DR 18/1/15  29 September 1688

Contents:
Mortgage from John Coton of Arley, yeoman, and Sarah his wife, to Thomas Cowper of Whittington, co. Staffs., clerk, of land in Heyne field (described) in Arley, to secure £80.

Arley  DR 18/1/16-17  28 and 29 September 1690

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release from John Coton of Arley, yeoman, and Sarah his wife, to Lancett Steevens of Linley, co. Salop., gent., and John Hale of Enville, co. Staffs., gent., of the land in Heyne field described in no. 15, to secure £40.

Arley  DR 18/1/18  15 October 1690

Contents:
Assignment from John Coton and Thomas Cooper to Lancett Steevens and John Hale of the mortgage described in no. 15.

Arley  DR 18/1/19-20  Hilary Term 1691

Contents:
Indentures of fine between William Willington, gent., plaintiff and John Coton and Sarah his wife, of property in Arley.

Arley  DR 18/1/21-2  24 March 1690/1

Contents:
Mortgage from John Coton and Sarah his wife to William Willington of Tamworth, gent., of a messuage and six closes in Arley (described as in no. 13) to secure £120.
With counterpart.

Arley  DR 18/1/23  26 March 1691

Contents:
Mortgage from Ballard Townesend of Arley, yeoman, and Mary his wife to Richard Avery of Arley, gent., of closes (described) in Arley, to secure £188.

Arley  DR 18/1/24  6 November 1691

Contents:
Covenant to declare the uses of a fine between Richard Avery plaintiff, and Ballard Townesend and Mary his wife, William Tedd of Fillongley, yeoman, and Anne his wife, and Elizabeth Hall of Fillongley, widow, deforciants; namely that the lands described in no. 23 be held to the use of Richard Avery, and that other lands in Arley (described) leased by William Tedd and Anne his wife, on 1 June 1691, to Richard Avery, shall be held to the use of Richard Avery on specified trusts.

Arley  DR 18/1/25-7  4 and 5 October 1693

Contents:
Assignment by lease and release from Lancett Steevens and John Hale, with the consent of John Coton and Sarah his wife, to Edward Lapworth of Coventry, alderman, of the mortgage described in no. 18.
Bond enclosed.

Arley  DR 18/1/28-9  Michaelmas Term 1693

Contents:
Indentures of fine between Edward Lapworth and Thomas Holbeche, plaintiffs, and John Coton and Sarah his wife, deforciants, of premises in Arley.

Arley  DR 18/1/30-1  13 and 14 November 1693

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release from John Coton to Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., of his house and closes of land as in no. 13 (described) in Arley, to secure £30.
Bond enclosed.

Arley  DR 18/1/32  4 December 1693

Contents:
Covenant to declare the uses of a fine (nos. 28-9), namely that lands in Arley be held by Edward Lapworth and Thomas Holbeche subject to conditions contained in indentures of 24 August 1693, 14 November 1693 (no. 31) and 5 October 1693 (no. 26).

Arley  DR 18/1/33-4  10 January 1694/5

Contents:
Mortgage from John Hale, on behalf of William Wight of Arley, clerk, to Thomas Holbeche, of the advowson of Arley, to secure £132 (See no. 14).
Abstract of nos. 14 and 33 enclosed.

Arley  DR 18/1/35  26 March 1695

Contents:
Conveyance from John Coton and Sarah his wife to Thomas Holbeche, for £440 (£269 16s 0d of which is in discharge of mortgages to Edward Lapworth, and £32. 5s 0d in discharge of mortgage owing to Thomas Holbeche) of a messuage and six closes in Arley.

Arley  DR 18/1/36  26 March 1695

Contents:
Conveyance from Edward Lapworth and John Coton to Thomas Holbeche, for £110, of land in Heyne Field in Arley, described in no. 15.

Arley  DR 18/1/37  Trinity Term 1695

Contents:
Fine between Thomas Holbeche and Thomas Brookes, plaintiffs, and John Coton and Sarah his wife, and John Swift and Dorothy his wife, deforciants, of lands in Arley and Fillongley.

Arley  DR 18/1/38  20 March 1695/6

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Holbeche to Henry Clarke of Arley, husbandman, of a messuage and lands (described) in Arley late in the tenure of John Coton, for 11 years at an annual rent of £25 10s. 0d.

Arley  DR 18/1/39  1696

Contents:
Lease (unexecuted) from Anthony Sadler, late of London but now of Naples, merchant, to Roger Butler of Arley, yeoman, of a capital messuage called Arley Hall, together with lands and cottages enjoyed therewith. Term and rent not given.

Arley  DR 18/1/40-1  27 May 1701

Contents:
Agreement between Ballard Townshend of Arley, yeoman, and Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., respecting the latter's purchase of closes at Arley, mortgaged by Ballard Townshend to Richard Avery (no. 23).
With draft.

Arley  DR 18/1/42  3 June 1701

Contents:
Conveyance from Ballard Townshend to Thomas Holbeche, for £283 16s 0d, of closes in Arley, described in nos. 23, 40-1.

Arley  DR 18/1/43  21 June 1701

Contents:
Assignment from Richard Avery of Arley, gent., with the consent of Ballard Towneshend, to Thomas Holbeche the younger (as trustee for Thomas Holbeche the elder) for £300 1s 4d, of the mortgage of 26 March 1691 (no. 23), the latter having purchased the greater part of the lands so charged.

Arley  DR 18/1/44  23 June 1701

Contents:
Conveyance from Thomas Holbech to Richard Avery, for £100, of a parcel of land in Arley (described) late the property of Ballard Towneshend.

Ashow  [no ref. or date]

Ashow  DR 18/1/45  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Gift from William Tysun of Ashow to the monks of Stoneleigh of two roods of land in Homedwe (described) in Ashow.
Witnesses: Robert de Wichlakesford, Adam de la Cros, Robert le Norreys, Thomas son of Bernard, Simon son of Henry of Cubbington, Geoffrey de Castello of the same and Robert Faber.

Ashow  DR 18/1/46  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Gift from Richard de Byricote [Bericote] and Agnes his wife to Robert Saget of Bericote and Alice his wife of the third part of a curtilage (described) in Bericote.
Witnesses: Robert de Wytlakesforde in Ashow, John Piscator of Ashow, Adam Piscator of the same, Thomas le Norreys of the same, Roger Cocus of Bericote and Geoffrey Saget of the same.
Two damaged seals.

Ashow  DR 18/1/47  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Gift from William son of Henry of Ashow to Richard son of Henry of Bericote and Hawise his wife of one and a half acres of land (described) in the field of Ashow.
Witnesses: William de Simili, William de Neubout, Alan son of Thomas, John Tysun, Henry his son, Simon son of Eylric and John de Stanleya.

Ashow  DR 18/1/48  Undated [c. 1300]

Contents:
Demise from John Abbot of Stoneleigh to John le Kyng of Bericote and Juliana his wife of a messuage and curtilage in Bericote (described).
Witnesses: Adam Piscator of Ashow, Thomas le Noreys of the same, Robert Coquus of Bericote, Robert le Tippere of the same and Richard Clerk of the same.

Ashow  DR 18/1/49  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Gift from William Fromund, son of Geoffrey Fromund of Bericote, to the monks of Stoneleigh of land (described) in Withifurlong in Bericote.
Witnesses: Thomas de Arden senior, Thomas [de Arden] junior, William de Neubold, John de Grava of Stoneleigh, and Thomas de Finham.

Ashow  DR 18/1/50  Undated [c. 1285]

Contents:
Agreement between William abbot of Stoneleigh and Robert son of Robert de Wytlakesford for free multure at Bericote mill.
Witnesses: Thomas de Wasyngele, lord of Wappenbury, Silvester de Honyngeham, Alexander de Powers, Henry de Hokkele and Gilbert Piscator of Ashow.

Ashow  DR 18/1/51  Easter Week 1299

Contents:
Quitclaim from Agnes widow of Richard de Wottene in Ashow to Robert, son of Claricia Ivoto of Ashow, and Agnes his wife, of all her right in three selions of land which she had by the gift of her daughter, Alice.
Fragment of seal.

Ashow  DR 18/1/52  Undated [late 13th century]

Contents:
Gift from Simon son of Richard de Wotton in Ashow to Robert Ivet of Ashow and Agnes his wife of two roods of land (described) in Ashow.
Witnesses: Master Thomas de Pype, rector of Ashow, John Piscator of the same, Adam his brother, John, Henry and Ailrich of the same, and John Messor of the same.
Seal.

Ashow  DR 18/1/53  c. 1235

Contents:
Notification by Geoffrey de Simili that he received of Helias, clerk of Ashow, by way of loan, six marks to be repaid by the feast of Assumption of the Blessed Mary following the consecration of Robert Grosseteste as bishop of Lincoln, on pain of half a mark.
Witnesses: William de Essesho, John de Stanlee, Philip Tysun, Simon de Cubinton, Henry his son and Simon Son of Eilric.

Ashow  DR 18/1/54  6 December 1254

Contents:
Demise from Thomas de Essesho, son of Elias son of Robert the chaplain, to the monks of Stoneleigh of a piece of meadow (described) in Ashow; to hold for four years at an annual rent of 20 shillings.
Witnesses: John de Stanl', Robert de Wythlakysford, William Tysun, Bernard de Essesh', Henry de la Grene and Robert Ie Noreys.

Ashow  DR 18/1/55  Undated [c. 1250]

Contents:
Gift from Thomas son of Elias of Essesho, clerk, to the monks of Stoneleigh of a half acre of land at Ashow (described).
Witnesses: Robert de Witlaxford, William Tysun of Essesho, Adam de la Cros, Robert le Norreys, Gilbert Piscator and Richard de Wotton.

Ashow  DR 18/1/56  5 June 1392

Contents:
Gift from John Bray of Stretton on Dunsmore and William Clerk of Offchurch to Thomas de Haltone, abbot of Stoneleigh, of tofts and land in Stoneleigh, a messuage and land in Radway and a messuage in Ashow to support a light on the high altar of the abbey. The names of sixteen previous feoffees and seven witnesses also occur.
Two seals.

Ashow  DR 18/1/57  26 September [1416]

Contents:
Gift from John Alrych of Ashow to Thomas Cresseth, rector of Ashow, of all his lands in Ashow.
Five witnesses named.
Seal.

Ashow  DR 18/1/58  29 September 1416

Contents:
Gift from Thomas Cresseth, parson of Ashow, to John Alrych of Ashow and Isabell his wife of all his lands in Ashow which he had by the gift of John Alrych, father of the said John Alrych.
Nine witnesses named.
Seal.

Ashow  DR 18/1/59  17 September 1431

Contents:
Confirmation from Henry Knyneton of Derby, esq., to John Alryche of Ashow, son and heir of John Alryche, of a messuage, grove and land in Ashow which his father formerly held of him; to hold for the same services.
Seven witnesses named.
Seal.

Ashow  DR 18/1/60  29 September 1450

Contents:
Lease from the Abbot of Stoneleigh to John Baynton and Margery his wife of the mill at Bericote, with the waters thereto belonging, for 26 years at an annual rent of £6 13s 4d; John Alrich of Bericote and Robert Godeman of Ashow, husbandman, to serve as sureties.

Ashow  DR 18/1/61  22 August 1515

Contents:
Copy inquisition ad quod damnum held at Warwick, in accordance with a writ of 26 June 1515, concerning land in Ashow to be given to Stoneleigh Abbey by Sir Edward Belknap, Sir Edward Grevile, William Shelley, esq., Thomas Glasier, clerk, Richard Willis and Thomas Hogges.
Fourteen jurors named.

Ashow  DR 18/1/62  Imperfect [c.1530]

Contents:
Copy will of Thomas Alryche of Ashow, reciting a feoffment, dated 15 February 1520/21, from him to Thomas Pype, Thomas Powar, Gerard Power, and John Wygyns of a messuage and lands in Ashow; to hold in trust for him for life, then for his son William (excepting dower due to his wife Catharine) and his issue, or, in default, for his son Richard and his issue, or, in default, for the monks of Stoneleigh.

Ashow  DR 18/1/63  12 July 1533

Contents:
Demise from William Arlege of Ashow, husbandman, to Henry Godson of Coventry, corviser, for £6 13s 4d, of a messuage and lands in Ashow, for 20 years.

Ashow  DR 18/1/64  1 June 1541

Contents:
Quitclaim from Agnes Arlege of Coventry, widow of William Arlege, butcher, (son and heir of Thomas Arlege, late of Ashow, husbandman) to Henry Godson of Coventry, corviser, of all her right in a messuage and lands in Ashow.

Ashow  DR 18/1/65  22 February 1541/2

Contents:
Letters patent of Henry VIII granting to Charles [Brandon] Duke of Suffolk licence to convey to Mathew Wrottesley of Wrottesley, co. Staffs., a water mill in Ashow, a grange called Bericote Grange and divers lands, messuages and cottages in Stareton (described).
Fair seal.

Ashow  DR 18/1/66  23 February 1541/2

Contents:
Grant from Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, to Mathew Wrottsley, son of Walter Wrottesley, of Wrottesley, co. Staffs., esq., for £271, of a water mill in Ashow, a grange called Bericote Grange and diverse messuages, cottages and lands in Stareton.

Ashow  DR 18/1/67  28 February 1541/2

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, confirming to Mathew Wrottesley the lands described in no. 66, late part of the possessions of Stoneleigh Abbey and granted to him by letters patent, dated 9 February 1541/2.
Fine seal.

Ashow  DR 18/1/68  28 February 1541/2

Contents:
Copy of no. 65 on paper.

Ashow  DR 18/1/69-70  n.d

Contents:
Not assigned

Ashow  DR 18/1/71  10 November 1544

Contents:
Lease from Edmund Hudson of Ashow to Robert Hudson, his son, of the same, of all his lands in Stoneleigh, Ashow and Kenilworth; to hold for life, rendering annually 46s 8d.

Ashow  DR 18/1/72  n.d

Contents:
Not assigned

Ashow  DR 18/1/73  2 April 1547

Contents:
Grant from Henry Godson of Coventry, corviser, to Thomas Keyvet of the same, clothier, for £15, of a messuage and lands in Ashow, which he formerly had from William Arlege.

Ashow  DR 18/1/74  n.d

Contents:
Not assigned

Ashow  DR 18/1/75  8 May 1548

Contents:
Bargain and sale from Mathew Wrottesley of Wrottesley, co. Salop., esq., to Anthony Foster of London, gent., for £271 10s. 0d, of premises in Ashow, Bericote and Stareton, as described in nos.65-6.

Ashow  DR 18/1/76  4 March 1548/9

Contents:
Bargain and sale from Anthony Forster and Mathew Wrottesley to Thomas Marowe of 'Rudfyn', esq., for £300, of premises in Ashow, Bericote and Staverton, as described in nos. 65-6.

Ashow  DR 18/1/77  6 March 1548/9

Contents:
Deed poll under the hands of Anthony Forster and Mathew Wrottesley granting to Richard Newporte of Hunningham, esq., and Humphrey Reinoldes of Coventry, gent., the premises in Ashow and Bericote described in nos. 65-6; to hold for the use of Thomas Marrowe, son of Thomas Marrowe.

Ashow  DR 18/1/78  6 March 1548/9

Contents:
Paper copy of no. 77.

Ashow  DR 18/1/79  8 March 1548/9

Contents:
Demise from Anthony Forster and Mathew Wrottesley to Thomas Marowe of the premises described in no. 77, for eighteen years, rendering annually one red rose.

Ashow  DR 18/1/80  27 March 1549

Contents:
Deed poll as in no. 77.

Ashow  DR 18/1/81  1 April 1549

Contents:
Quitclaim from Anthony Forster and Mathew Wrottesley to Thomas Marowe of all their right in the premises described in no. 77.

Ashow  DR 18/1/82-3  1 May 1552

Contents:
Lease from Humfrey Reynolds of Coventry, Yeoman of the Crown, to Thomas Marowe of Rudfyn, esq., for £20 and an annuity of 40 shillings to be paid to Humfrey Reynolds for life, of messuages, cottages, land and rents etc. (described) in Ashow; to hold for the residue of a term of forty years created by a lease from the dissolved Abbey of Stoneleigh to Humfrey Reynolds dated 10 January 1537/8.
With copy.

Ashow  DR 18/1/84  8 August 1552

Contents:
Affidavit by Gerard Power of Kenilworth, Richard Pegyn of Warwick, John Holbache the younger of Fillongley, Richard Gregory of Coventry and John Henbrow of Leamington Priors, that they with one Thomas Orlyche, were present in the house of Henry Godson of Coventry, shoemaker, when the said Henry Godson brought forth a deed entailing the lands of Thomas Orlyche (grandfather of the said Thomas Orlyche) in Ashow, and confessed that he had cut off the seal 'with his owne knyff to the entent to dysteyle the heyers'.

Ashow  DR 18/1/85  17 February 1554/5

Contents:
Assignment from Thomas Marowe of Rudfyn, esq., to Thomas Leghe, citizen and alderman of London, for £50 of a lease, dated 1 May 1552 of a piece of land called Thickthorn in Ashow, part of the land described in nos. 82-3.

Ashow  DR 18/1/86  1 January 1555/6

Contents:
Bargain and sale from Thomas Marowe the elder to John Harry Yonge of Shoreditch, gentleman, for services rendered and £100, of the premises in Ashow and Bericote, described in nos. 65-6, the interest of Thomas Marowe the younger, created by a deed of 6 March 1548/9 (no. 77) having been exchanged for a share in the manor of Wolvey.

Ashow  DR 18/1/87  3 February 1555/6

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Thomas Marowe confirming to John Harry Yonge premises in Ashow and Bericote, described in nos.65-6.

Ashow  DR 18/1/88  12 February 1555/6

Contents:
Exemplification of a recovery suffered in Hilary Term 1555/6 between John Harry Yonge, plaintiff, and Thomas Marowe, junior, defendant, of premises in Ashow and Bericote, described in nos.65-6, with Thomas Marowe, senior, as vouchee.

Ashow  DR 18/1/89  27 March 1556

Contents:
Assignment from Thomas Marowe to John Harry Yonge for forty marks, of a lease dated 1 May 1552, of messuages and lands (specified) in Ashow, part of the premises described in nos. 82-3.

Ashow  DR 18/1/90  7 December 1556

Contents:
Bargain and sale from William Clayton and William Hawes of London, gents., to Clement Throckmorton of Claverdon, esq., and Thomas Gryffithe, yeoman, of a piece of land and 'foundation' of the water-mill now lying waste in Bericote, late part of the possessions of the dissolved abbey of Stoneleigh, conveyed to them by John Elyotte, citizen and mercer of London and Sigismund Brooke of the same, gent., on 12 November 1556, who had acquired the said premises from the Master and chaplains of the Hospital of the Savoy on 11 November 1556, who had in turn acquired them by letters patent, dated 10 November 1556.

Ashow  DR 18/1/91  16 December 1556

Contents:
Deed poll under the hands of William Clayton and William Hawes of London, gents., confirming to Henry Over of Coventry, grocer, six cottages and land in Ashow, with previous owners given as in no. 90.

Ashow  DR 18/1/92  20 November 1557

Contents:
Deed poll under the hands of Clement Throckmorton and Richard Gryffithe of Claverdon, yeoman, confirming to Richard Foxe of Bericote, miller, the premises in Bericote described in no. 90.

Ashow  DR 18/1/93  20 January 1557/8

Contents:
Assignment from John Yonge of Rudfyn, gent., to Gerard Power of Ashow, husbandman, of a lease, dated 1 May 1552, of a messuage and land in Ashow, in the tenure of Gerard Power, part of the premises described in nos. 82-3 which John Yonge now lawfully possesses [by indenture of 27 March 1556].

Ashow  DR 18/1/94  22 August 1560

Contents:
Lease from William Candishe of Trimley Saint Martin, co. Suffolk, esq., to Robert Dodlye of Ashow, yeoman, of pasture land (described) in Ashow, for 21 years at an annual rent of £8 16s 8d.

Ashow  DR 18/1/95  1 July 1561

Contents:
Lease from the Crown to William Dadley of Ashow, husbandman, of land (described) in Ashow and a messuage in Hurst in Stoneleigh, for 21 years (from the expiry of a term of thirty years created by a lease, dated 10 March 1532/3 from Thomas Tutbury, abbot of Stoneleigh to the said William Dadley) at an annual rent of 37s, with a further eight shillings for a close of land in Kenilworth.

Ashow  DR 18/1/96  24 May 1562

Contents:
Conveyance from Henry Over of Coventry, alderman, to Thomas Parker, rector of the church of Ashow, of six messuages and land in Ashow bought by him from William Clayton and William Hawes (no. 91) on condition that the purchase money (£30) be paid in four annual instalments from Michaelmas following.

Ashow  DR 18/1/97  26 August 1562

Contents:
Lease from Sir Thomas Leigh, knight and alderman of London, to Robert Dodley of Ashow, husbandman, of two pieces of meadow land (described) in Ashow, for 19 years, at an annual rent of £4 16s 8d.

Ashow  DR 18/1/98  13 October 1563

Contents:
Copy grant by Thomas Parker, rector of Ashow, to Sir Thomas Leigh and Thomas Woolmer of Ashow, yeoman, of six messuages and lands in Ashow (see no. 96); to hold in trust for Thomas Parker and his heirs.

Ashow  DR 18/1/99  16 August 1564

Contents:
Lease from Sir Thomas Leigh and Dame Alice his wife to Robert Dadley of Ashow, husbandman, of a piece of meadow, described (?in Ashow) for 17 years at an annual rent of 21s 8d.

Ashow  DR 18/1/100  12 September 1564

Contents:
Assignment from John Harry Younge of Ashow, gent., to Sir Thomas Leigh, of a lease of messuages and lands (described) in Ashow, assigned from Thomas Marrow to John Harry Younge on 27 March 1556 (no. 89).

Ashow  DR 18/1/101  18 May 1565

Contents:
Deed poll under the hands of Henry Waver, alias Over, alderman of Coventry, and Thomas Woolmer and Elizabeth his wife, quitclaiming to Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh all their right in six messuages in Ashow (See no. 98).

Ashow  DR 18/1/102  20 December 1565

Contents:
Lease from Richard Foxe of Kenilworth, miller, to Thomas Modseley of Bericote, walker, of a walk-mill in Bericote, for 21 years at an annual rent of £4 0s. 0d.

Ashow  DR 18/1/103-4  20 October 1567

Contents:
Grant from Richard Foxe of Wappenbury, miller, to John Savedge of Morton Morrell, yeoman, John Edes of Ashorne, yeoman, Thomas Gryffyn, alias Griffythe of Barford, yeoman, Richard Wylkyns of Warwick, baker, and Thomas Wylkyns of Kenilworth, baker, of a parcel of land and a walk-mill at Bericote, which he acquired from Clement Throckmorton and Richard Gryffen (no. 92); to hold for the use of Richard Foxe for life, then for his wife, Agnes, and then for his son, William.
With counterpart.

Ashow  DR 18/1/105-6  7 January 1569/70

Contents:
Mortgage from William Foxe of Leamington, miller, to Thomas Gryffyn of Bransford, yeoman, of the premises in Bericote described in no. 103, to secure £20.
With counterpart.

Ashow  DR 18/1/107-8  20 September 1574

Contents:
Conveyance from William Foxe of Polesworth, miller, to John Harry Yonge of Bericote, gent., for £40, of premises at Bericote, described in no. 103.
Bond enclosed.

Ashow  DR 18/1/109  22 September 1574

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of William Foxe confirming to John Harry Yonge the premises in Bericote described in no. 103.

Ashow  DR 18/1/110  20 October 1574

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Agnes Foxe, widow, confirming to John Harry Yonge the premises in Bericote described in no. 103.

Ashow  DR 18/1/111  Easter Term 1575

Contents:
Fine between John Harry Yonge, plaintiff, and William Foxe and Agnes his wife (sic), deforciants, of a fulling mill and land in Bericote and Ashow.

Ashow  DR 18/1/112  8 March 1575/6

Contents:
Grant from George Kevett, alias Cuet, of Coventry, gent., (son and heir of Thomas Kevet, late alderman of Coventry) and Francis Bull, citizen and clothworker of London, and Mary his wife (sister of George Kevett) to Dame Alice Leigh, widow of Sir Thomas Leigh, of a messuage in Ashow; to hold for life with remainder to her son, Thomas Leigh.

Ashow  DR 18/1/113  31 March 1576

Contents:
Lease from John Harry Younge of Kelmarsh, co. Derby, gent., to Bennett Shuckburghe of Cubbington, gent., of pasture ground in Bericote called Blacon Close, for 7 years at an annual rent of 6s. 8d.

Ashow  DR 18/1/114  24 October 1576

Contents:
Lease from John Harry Younge of 'Ganmoe', co. Derby, gent., to Edward Nyccols of Blacon Mill in Lillington, miller, of the mill at Bericote, for 20 years at an annual rent of £5.

Ashow  DR 18/1/115  3 November 1576

Contents:
Quitclaim from James Allriche of Kenilworth (brother and heir of Thomas Allriche, son and heir of William Allriche, son and heir of Thomas Allriche late of Ashow) to Dame Alice Leigh, widow, and Thomas Leigh, esq., her son, of any claim which he may have in a messuage in Ashow described in no. 112.

Ashow  DR 18/1/116  3 November 1576

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of James Allrich, confirming to Dame Alice Leigh the messuage in Ashow described in no. 112.

Ashow  DR 18/1/116a  3 November 1576

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of James Allrich granting to Dame Alice Leigh and Thomas Leigh, her son, all deeds and evidence relating to a tenement in Ashow described in no. 112.

Ashow  DR 18/1/117  28 June 1577

Contents:
Assignment from Edward Nicholls of Blacon Mill in Lillington, miller, to Alexander Rogers of Warwick, yeoman, for £12 13s 4d, of a lease of Bericote mill, dated 24 October 1576 (no.114).

Ashow  DR 18/1/117a  11 March 1580/1

Contents:
Assignment from Alexander Rogers of Bericote, yeoman, to Richard Griffyn of Bericote, miller, for £16, of a lease of Bericote mill, dated 24 October 1576 (no. 114).

Ashow  DR 18/1/118-9  23 May 1581

Contents:
Bargain and sale from John Harry Younge of 'Balborowe', co. Derby, gent., to Walter Parsons of Cubbington, for £56, of closes (called Parkers Piece and The Layne) and a cottage in Bericote.
With counterpart.

Ashow  DR 18/1/120-120a  23 May 1581

Contents:
Bargain and sale from John Henry Yonge to Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh, esq., for £100, of two closes (called Holbrooke and Close at the Grove) and a cottage in Ashow.
With bond.

Ashow  DR 18/1/121  24 May 1581

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of John Henry Yonge, confirming to Walter Parsons the property in Bericote described in no. 118.

Ashow  DR 18/1/122  4 June 1581

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of John Harry Younge confirming to Thomas Leigh the property in Ashow described in no. 120.

Ashow  DR 18/1/123  12 June 1581

Contents:
Lease from John Henry Younge to Ralph Weston of Ashow, tailor, of a close in Ashow called the Cowe Lesue, for 21 years at an annual rent of 3s 4d.

Ashow  DR 18/1/124-5  2 July 1581

Contents:
Demise from John Harry Yonge to Walter Parsons of the premises in Ashow, described in no. 118, for 1500 years, rendering annually one red rose.
Bond enclosed.

Ashow  DR 18/1/126  28 August 1581

Contents:
Receipt from Walter Parsons and Ralph Weston to Thomas Leigh for £60, owed by the latter to John Harry Yonge, under a bond dated 23 May 1581.

Ashow  DR 18/1/127-8  Michaelmas Term 1581

Contents:
Fine between Thomas Leigh, plaintiff, and John Harry Yonge and Eleanor his wife, deforciants, of a messuage and lands in Ashow and Bericote.
With counterpart.

Ashow  DR 18/1/129,a-c  Michaelmas Term 1581

Contents:
Fine between William Bageley and Richard Parsons, plaintiffs, and John Harry Yonge and Eleanor his wife, deforciants, of a messuage and lands in Ashow and Bericote.
With counterpart and office copy.

Ashow  DR 18/1/130  10 May 1582

Contents:
Letters patent pardoning Thomas Leigh for acquiring without licence a close of pasture in Bericote from John Henry Yonge, held of the crown in chief (See no. 120).

Ashow  DR 18/1/131  20 October 1582

Contents:
Letters patent granting to John Harry Yonge and Eleanor his wife consent to convey to Thomas Leigh and Katherine his wife, Bericote Grange and Ashow mill.
Great seal.

Ashow  DR 18/1/132  28 October 1582

Contents:
Bargain and sale from John Harry Yonge of Thorpe Salvin, co. Yorks., gent., to Thomas Leigh, for £940, of a farm called Bericote Grange and two water-mills called Bericote Mills.

Ashow  DR 18/1/133  28 October 1582

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of John Harry Yonge confirming to Thomas Leigh and Katherine his wife the premises in Bericote described in no. 132.

Ashow  DR 18/1/134  29 October 1582

Contents:
Bond from John Harry Younge to Thomas Leigh in the penal sum of £2,000, under the seal of the Statue Merchant of the City of Coventry.
With defeasance (134a)

Ashow  DR 18/1/135-6  Easter Term 1583

Contents:
Fine between Thomas Leigh and Katherine his wife, plaintiffs, and John Harry Yonge and Eleanor his wife, deforciants, of premises in Ashow.
With counterpart.

Ashow  DR 18/1/137-8  20 August 1584

Contents:
Surrender from Dame Alice Leigh to Thomas Leigh of all her right in Howe Meadow in Ashow.
With counterpart.

Ashow  DR 18/1/139  8 May 1585

Contents:
Letters patent pardoning William Bageley and Richard Parsons for acquiring without licence a messuage and land in Ashow and Bericote from John Harry Yonge, held of the crown in chief (See no. 129).
Great seal.

Ashow  DR 18/1/139a  10 May 1586

Contents:
Assignment from Alice Gryphen, widow of Richard Gryphen late of Bericote Mill, and Robert Bacon of Charlecote, yeoman, to Robert Johnsons of Stratford-upon-Avon, innholder, of a lease of Bericote Mill, dated 24 October 1576 (See nos. 114, 117, 117a).

Ashow  DR 18/1/140-1  28 October 1586

Contents:
Feoffment from Walter Parsons of Cubbington, yeoman, to Thomas Leigh and Katherine his wife, for £60, of a cottage and closes in Bericote called Parkers Pieces and the Lanes. (See nos. 118-9).
With bond.

Ashow  DR 18/1/141a  13 November 1586

Contents:
Assignment from Robert Johnsons to Thomas Griffin of 'Blakeden Milne', gent., of a lease of Bericote mill, dated 24 October 1576 (See nos. 114, 117, 117a, 139a).

Ashow  DR 18/1/142  18 November 1587

Contents:
Letters patent pardoning Thomas Leigh and Katherine his wife for acquiring without licence closes and a cottage in Bericote (see nos. 140-1), held of the crown in chief.
Fragment of great seal.

Ashow  DR 18/1/143  26 March 1593

Contents:
Demise from Dame Alice Leigh and Sir Thomas Leigh, her son, to Edmund Hudson of Crew in Kenilworth, yeoman (in exchange for a grant of a dole of meadow in Ashow, and an acre land in Stoneleigh) of a close called Potcroft in Ashow and one and a half acres in Stoneleigh: to hold for 1000 years at an annual rent of a hazel wand.

Ashow  DR 18/1/144  7 January 1594/5

Contents:
Quitclaim from Dame Alice Leigh to Sir Thomas Leigh, her son, of all her rights in the manors etc. of Ashow, Leek Wootton and Hill, Cross Grange and Kenilworth, excepting an annuity of £16 15s 0d.

Ashow  DR 18/1/145  5 October 1602

Contents:
Feoffment from Sir Robert Duddeley of Kenilworth to Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh, of four acres of land in Ashow called 'le Duchie lande'.

Ashow  DR 18/1/146  7 October 1602

Contents:
Letter of attorney from Sir Thomas Leigh and Katherine his wife to John Slye, yeoman, to receive seisin from Sir Robbert Duddeley of lands in Ashow, described in no. 145.

Ashow  DR 18/1/147  17 November 1663

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh, Baron of Stoneleigh, to Thomas Tim of Ashow, husbandman, for £30, of a cottage and closes (described) in Ashow and Bericote, for 21 years at an annual rent of £12 13s 4d.

Ashow  DR 18/1/148  17 November 1663

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh to Thomas Tim of a messuage and closes (described) in Ashow and Bericote, for 21 years at an annual rent £12 15s 4d.

Ashow  DR 18/1/149  17 November 1663

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh to Thomas Tim of a close (named) in Bericote, for 21 years at an annual rent of £2.

Ashow  DR 18/1/150  13 April 1664

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh to John Coles of Ashow, cooper, of a cottage and closes (described) in Ashow, Bericote and Leek Wootton, for 21 years at an annual rent of £6.

Ashow  DR 18/1/151  31 March 1665

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh to Richard Hollie of Ashow, husbandman, of a messuage and closes (described) in Ashow, Bericote and Kenilworth, for 21 years at an annual rent of £26 1s 8d.
Enclosed: agreement between the same parties, dated 1 April 1664 [sic], reserving to Thomas Lord Leigh the right to build in one of the closes.

Ashow  DR 18/1/152  26 September 1670

Contents:
Bond from John Gibbs of Bericote, farmer, Mary Tims of Ashow, widow, and John Williams of Hurst, yeoman, to Thomas Lord Leigh to keep covenants in indentures of even date.

Ashow  DR 18/1/153  29 October 1673

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh to Thomas Smith of Great Packington, cook, of a cottage and lands (described) in Ashow and Leek Wootton, for 99 years, at an annual rent of £2 19s 10d.

Ashow  DR 18/1/154-154a  1 January 1678/9

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh to Robert Whitmore of Kenilworth, fuller, of a walkmill at Ashow, for 18 years at an annual rent of £8.
With bond.

Ashow  DR 18/1/155-6  20 February 1686/7

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh to Edward Boddington of Ashow, yeoman, of Dunckleys Farm (described) in Ashow, Bericote and Leek Wootton, for 21 years at an annual rent of £53. 5s 0d.
With bond.

Ashow  DR 18/1/157-8  27 May 1697

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh to Robert Whitmore of Kenilworth, fuller, of a walkmill in Ashow (see no. 154), for 21 years at an annual rent of £8.
With counterpart.
Not executed.

Ashow  DR 18/1/159-60  12 July 1708

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh and Edward Leigh of Fillongley to Robert Whitmore of Kenilworth, fuller, of a walkmill at Ashow (see nos. 154, 157), for 21 years at an annual rent of £8.

Ashow  DR 18/1/161-2  20-21 March 1743

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Francis Power of Kenilworth, gent., and Elizabeth Power, widow (his mother) to Thomas Lord Leigh for £300, of lands (described) in Ashow.

Ashow  DR 18/1/163  27 November 1833

Contents:
'A terrier of the buildings, glebe lands, tithes and other profits of the rectory of Ashow', including land in Mancetter.

Astley  [no ref. or date]

Astley  DR 18/1/164  Michaelmas Term 1585

Contents:
Fine between Christopher Bryscoe and Griffin Mery, plaintiffs, and Humfrey Rudyng, alias Rydyng, gent., and Anne his wife, and Michael Rudyng, alias Rydyng, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants, of property in Astley, Smercote Ende [in Bedworth] and Chilvers Coton.

Aston  [no ref. or date]

Aston  DR 18/1/165  1 September 1656

Contents:
Settlement on the proposed marriage of Charles Leigh, esq., second son of Thomas Lord Leigh, to Dame Anne Holte, widow of Sir Thomas Holte, late of Aston, being a demise from Dame Anne Holte to trustees (George Browne of Radford, esq., Clement Throckmorton the elder of Haseley, esq., and William Booth of Witton, esq.) of Aston Hall with its lands (described) in Aston and Witton and Handsworth, co. Staffs.

Aston  DR 18/1/166  1 August 1678

Contents:
Bond from Arden Bagott of Pype Hall in Aston to Thomas Lord Leigh in the sum of £1000, under the seal of the Statute Merchant of the City of Coventry.

Austrey  [no ref. or date]

Austrey  DR 18/1/167  11 November 1685

Contents:
Inquisition held before Sir Andrew Hackett, sheriff of the county of Warwick, concerning houses and lands in Austrey (specified) held by William Crispe on his death on 12 July 1665.

Baginton  [no ref. or date]

Baginton  DR 18/1/168  1 January 1573/4

Contents:
Bond from Henry Goodere of Baginton, esq., to Dame Alice Leigh, widow, in the penal sum of £20, to keep covenants in indentures of even date.

Balsall, Temple  [no ref. or date]

Balsall, Temple  DR 18/1/169  January 1540/1

Contents:
Copy of the survey 'of the scite of the Temple or Mannor of Balsall', late belonging to the order of the Knights Hospitallers, with its warren, fish-pools, watermill and other lands.

Balsall, Temple  DR 18/1/170  1539-40

Contents:
Copy account of Giles Forster, esq., farmer of the estates of the late preceptory of Temple Balsall, including profits from Ryton on Dunsmore, Temple Grafton and Fletchamstead.

Balsall, Temple  DR 18/1/171  1 June 1636

Contents:
Assignment from Sir David Fowlys of Ingleby, co. York., to Richard Newdigate of Grays Inn, co. Middx., esq., and Edmund Bolsworth of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., gent., of a statute staple, dated 28 March 1617, binding Sir Thomas Leigh to Sir David Fowlys in the sum of £2,000 as surety to observe covenants in indentures of 24 March 1617 concerning the manors of Temple Balsall and Long Itchington.

Balsall, Temple  DR 18/1/172  10 January 1636/7

Contents:
Writ addressed to Sir Thomas Leigh and Sir Robert Lee to enquire into the possessions of Robert earl of Leicester in Temple Balsall.

Balsall, Temple  DR 18/1/173  2 June 1668

Contents:
Presentation by Dame Katherine Leveson of Trentham, co. Staffs., of Samuel Hunt, clerk, to the incumbency of the chapel of Temple Balsall.

Baxterley  [no ref. or date]

Baxterley  DR 18/1/174  28 September 1689

Contents:
Lease from John Heath of Coventry, baker, and Nathaniel Knight of the same, worsted weaver, (attornies for Mary Heath, late of Baxterley, widow) to Michael Attkins of Baxterley, husbandman, of a messuage and lands in Baxterley, for 41 years at the annual rent of £9 10s 0d.

Beaudesert etc.  [no ref. or date]

Beaudesert etc.  DR 18/1/175  10 August 1603


Related information: See DR 18/2/43

Contents:
Settlement of the estates of Francis Smyth of Wootton Wawen, esq., reciting a settlement of 26 May 1597 on the marriage of his grandson, Francis Smyth to Anne Markham, daughter of Thomas Markham of Kirkhy Bellars, co. Leics., esq., whereby the lands first mentioned were to be held to the use of Francis Smyth the elder for life, and then to the use of Francis Smyth the younger, and the lands second mentioned to be held to the use of Francis Smyth the elder for life, with remainder to his wife, Elizabeth, for life, and then to the use of Francis Smyth the younger;
i) The manor of Beaudesert with lands etc. in Wootton Wawen, Whitley, Preston Bagot and Hazelholt, the advowsons of Beaudesert and Preston Bagot, a capital messuage and lands in Shottery, a capital messuage at Baginton, and a capital messuage, houses and lands at Marlcliff and Bidford.
ii) Seven messuages and seven yardlands in Shottery, late belonging to the dissolved College of Stratford-upon-Avon;
By this settlement the said estates are further entailed upon Charles Smyth and Thomas Smyth, the sons of Francis Smyth, the younger.

Beaudesert etc.  DR 18/1/176  14 October 1743

Contents:
Assignment from Isaac Bolton of Bromsgrove, co. Worcs., administrator of the goods of Henry Bolton, late of Whitley, husbandman, to John Corbitt of Tanworth, gent., (in trust for Henry Archer of Kings Norton, co. Worcs., esq.) of a mortgage, dated 2 May 1743, from Thomas Hollis of Beaudesert, yeoman, to Henry Bolton, of a piece of land in Beaudesert, Henry Archer having purchased the freehold.

Bedworth  [no ref. or date]

Bedworth  DR 18/1/177  8 April 1695

Contents:
Lease from the Master and Fellows of Christs College, Cambridge, to Christopher Burkett of Bedworth, yeoman, and Henry Burkett of the same, his son, of all their lands in Bedworth, for 21 years at an annual rent of 6s 8d.

Bedworth  DR 18/1/178  9 April 1705

Contents:
Assignment from John Phillipps of Exhall, gent., to Thomas Bunnie of Bedworth, husbandman, of the lease of land in Bedworth, dated 8 April 1695 (no. 177).

Bedworth  DR 18/1/179  10 April 1705

Contents:
Assignment from Thomas Bunnie to Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., of the lease of land in Bedworth, dated 8 April 1695 (no.177).
With abstract of title, 1695-1705.

Berkswell  [no ref. or date]

Berkswell  DR 18/1/180  Undated [early 13th century]

Contents:
Gift from Richard de Amundeuile, Knight, to Robert Barri of Berkswell of seven acres of land in Berkswell (described).
Witnesses: Walter de Widehey, Benedict de Morkote, Simon Cocus, John de la Bech, John Barri and Gilbert de Naylcote.
Fine seal.

Berkswell  DR 18/1/181  Undated [early 13th century]

Contents:
Gift from Nigel de M(an)dauill to Richard son of Geoffrey of Fletchamstead, of the land in Berkswell which his father had held of the grantor.
Witnesses: Alan de Morcot, Hugh son of the clerk, Richard his son, Gilbert de Widehei; Henry his son, Michael son of T(ar)ben of Hurst, Stephen Radknit, Peter de Kaneleg, David son of Geoffrey, Thomas of Fletchamstead, Richard his son and Moyse son of Roger.

Berkswell  DR 18/1/182  22 February 1315/6

Contents:
Gift from William de Wydehey of Berkswell to Simon de Notebrok, of land in Berkswell (described).
Witnesses: Adam de Notebrok, John de Nalylcot, Simon Cocus, Elias Norodyn and Richard le Carmend.

Berkswell  DR 18/1/183-4  1 May 1429

Contents:
Gift from Guy Wylnale, son and heir of Juliana Wylnale alias Juliana Gerveys of Canley, to Isabella, widow of John Raves of Berkswell of 19s 4d rent issuing out of the manor of Mercote.
Five named witnesses: armorial seal.
With counterpart.

Berkswell  DR 18/1/185  20 April 1433

Contents:
Grant from John Wylnale of Grandborough to Isabella widow of John Raves of all his lands which he had by the gift of the said John and Isabella in Berkswell, Canley, Cannock and 'Dulisford', and all the lands and tenements he had by the gift of Juliana widow of Roger Gerveys in Berkswell, Canley and Hurst.
Seven named witnesses: armorial seal.

Berkswell  DR 18/1/186  7 June 1458

Contents:
Quitclaim from Guy Wyllenhale, son and heir of Juliana de Cloude to William Raves of Canley of all his right in lands in Berkswell and Canley.
Two named witnesses.

Berkswell  DR 18/1/187  27 June 1458

Contents:
Letter of attorney from Guy Wyllenhale appointing William Bythewater, John Baxter and Robert Thornhale to deliver to William Raves seisin of land in Berkswell, Mercote, Canley, Hurst and Stivichall.

Berkswell  DR 18/1/188  29 May 1501

Contents:
Demise from Richard Bishop of Durham, John Padlond, John Wyllenhale, John Boteler the elder, and Richard Foxhale (feoffees of the lands of William Raves, deceased) to Richard Crosby and Elizabeth his wife, of lands in Berkswell, Canley, and Hurst, late belonging to William Raves, for ten years at an annual rent of £10, to the use of Thomas Raves, brother of the said William.

Berkswell  DR 18/1/189  17 October 1674

Contents:
Lease from Sir Samuel Marrow of Berkswell to John Hartley of Berkswell, gent., of five closes in Berkswell called Wasperton Fields, for 21 years at an annual rent of £18.

Berkswell  DR 18/1/190-1  24 and 25 August 1691

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Thomas Lord Leigh and John Hartley of Berkswell, yeoman (son and heir of the late John Hartley of Berkswell) to John Whitehead of Berkswell, gent., for £244 15s 0d paid to Lord Leigh of five sixth parts and two closes in Berkswell.

Berkswell  DR 18/1/192  2 September 1691

Contents:
Conveyance from John Hartley of Berkswell, yeoman, James Hartley of Foleshill, yeoman, Henry Hartley of Berkswell, yeoman, Ezra Hartley of the same, yeoman, Philip Hartley of Kenilworth, yeoman, Joseph Hartley of Coventry, baker, and Bridget Hartley of Berkswell, spinster (children of John Hartley, late of Berkswell, deceased) to John Whitehead, for £110 of their shares in the property in Berkswell described in nos. 190-1.

Berkswell  DR 18/1/193  18 and 19 July 1694

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from John Hartley (son and heir of John Hartley by Margaret his wife) to Samuel Winter of Honiley, yeoman, for £200, of a capital messuage and lands (described) in Berkswell.

Berkswell  DR 18/1/193a  c. 1694

Contents:
Abstract of title to premises in Berkswell, reciting the will of John Hartley the elder, dated 8 August 1678, and nos. 192 and 193; and to a house in Warwick reciting nos. 1166-67.

Birdingbury  [no ref. or date]

Birdingbury  DR 18/1/194  26 March 1658

Contents:
Conveyance by Thomas Shuckburgh, Middle Temple, London, esq. to Charles Leigh, esq., second son of Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh Abbey, Christopher Leigh, third son of said Sir Thomas and Thomas Hewitt, Ladbrooke, gent. for £4580 paid by Charles Leigh and in consideration of an annuity of £60 to be secured to Henry Shuckburgh, gebt., second brother of said Thomas of the Manor of Birdingbury with its rights; capital messuage or manor house with orchards, gardens and appurtenances, being by estimation 3 acres; 2 enclosed grounds known by the names of Over Berry and Nether Berry lying near the manor house; inclosed ground or pasture divided into three known as the Hallfield (110ac); enclosed ground known as the Barley Close (7ac); meadow adjoining the Hallfield called the Longe Meadow(18ac) out of which meadow the freeholders have half the hay cut at their own expense; enclosed ground near the manor house known as Howells Close (3ac); quarter yardland in common fields (10ac); 3 arable lands and 5 sheep commons lately belonging to an ancient cottage in the occupation of William Morgan (1ac): all which lie in Birdingbury and Marton in the tenure of John Rose: windmill and watermill with barn & cowhouse; 3 little pieces of ground near the watermill called the yard, the Hopp yard and the Breakes (3 ac in all); enclosed meadow known as Mill Meadow (3ac) out of which certain freeholders have one-sixth of the hay at their own expense: all in the occupation of John Neale: messuage, yard, orchard, garden and close adjoining (1½ ac); barn called Stone Barn near to the vicarage; little close lying at the 'Over end of the Towne' known as Cox Close (¼ac); 2¾ yardlands (110ac) in Birdingbury & Morton [sic] in tenure John Lapworth, clerk; messuage, yard, orchard, garden and 3 closes & one little meese place (4ac), 3 yard lands (120ac) which last messuage and lands were purchased of Sir Humphrey Stafford, anciently called Stafford's Farm, now in the occupation of George Colberne and William Sitch; messuage and close with appurtenances (2ac), 1¾ yardlands (70ac) now in the occupation of John Johnson and William Chambers; ¾ yardland and 4 arable lands (56ac) lately belonging to a cottage in the occupation of William Morgan, now in the occupation of William Davyes; meese and little close adjoining (1½ ac); one-eighth yardland (5ac), cows common belonging to Harberts Farm; cows common and 5 sheeps common belonging to an ancient cottage called Howells Cottage in the occupation of Henry Hands; cottage and little close (½ac), 12 arable lands (4ac) with commons for 1 cow and 5 sheep, in the occupation of William Miller; cottage with 4 lands (1ac) and commons for 1 cow and 5 sheep in the occupation of Mark Abbott; cottage with 2 lands (1ac) and 1 cow commons on the land of William Davyes, in the occupation of Edward Forster; cottage in the occupation of William Morgan; cottage with one cows common in the occupation of Richard Tompson; 6 cottages in the occupations of John Taylor, Jone Tweson, Thomas Russell, Jone Gibbs, Edward Ayres and Anne Smith; the advowson of the parsonage of Birdinbury and all the rights, profits, rents etc. of Thomas Shuckburgh in Birdingbury. Subject to 40/- rent charge payable to John Pultney; 30/- rent charge on the enclosed lands payable to the Hospital at Leamington Hastings; 20/- rent charge on enclosed lands to Drapers' Company of Coventry and 20/- rent charge to John Cooke of Birdingbury.

Birdingbury  DR 18/1/195  1 May 1658

Contents:
Deed of trust concerning the conveyance of 26 March 1658 (no. 194); namely that whereas, of the purchase price of £4,580, £2,000 was the proper money of Sir Thomas Leigh and £1,000 the money of Ursula Leigh, his daughter, Charles Leigh now undertakes to repay these sums by 1660 with Christopher Leigh and Thomas Hewitt as trustees.

Birmingham  [no ref. or date]

Birmingham  DR 18/1/196  30 April 1685

Damaged

Contents:
Brief and inquisition held at Birmingham, concerning a plea of debt, wherein William Wood is awarded damages of £9.

Brinklow  [no ref. or date]

Brinklow  DR 18/1/197-8  3 May 1695

Contents:
Lease from John Smith of Crabbet in Worth, co. Sussex, esq., to Dorothy Marshall of Brinklow, widow, for £19, of a messuage and two yardlands in Brinklow, for 21 years at an annual rent of £10.
With bond.

Bubbenhall  [no ref. or date]

Bubbenhall  DR 18/1/199  3 July 1688

Contents:
Quitclaim from Anne Oughton of London (late of Great Harborough) spinster, and Edward Goddard of Bubbenhall, yeoman, to William Meadows of Bubbenhall, yeoman, for £100, of all their right in one yardland in Bubbenhall.

Clifton on Dunsmore  [no ref. or date]

Clifton on Dunsmore  DR 18/1/200  14 June 1639

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of Richard Webbe of Clifton on Dunsmore, yeoman, to Elizabeth Green, eldest daughter of Thomas Greene of...... yeoman, being an agreement by Richard Webbe to convey to Martin Holbeche of Ryton on Dunsmore, lands in Newton and Churchover, Lilborne, co. Northants., and elsewhere.
Fragment only.

Coleshill  [no ref. or date]

Coleshill  DR 18/1/201  24 September 1631

Contents:
Bargain and sale from Gilbert Addersuch of Limehouse, Stepney, co. Middx., blacksmith, to James Crosse of Coleshill, cook, and Joyce his wife, for £19 10s. 0d., of a tenement and lands (described) in Coleshill.

Coleshill  DR 18/1/202  Michaelmas Term 1631

Contents:
Fine between James Crosse and Joyce his wife, plaintiffs, and Gilbert Athersheth and Dulcibella his wife, deforciants, of premises in Coleshill.

Coleshill  DR 18/1/203  20 January 1656/7

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of James Crosse of Tamworth, co. Staffs., whittawer, and Katherine, daughter of Anne Merriman of the same, widow, being a conveyance from James Crosse to Walter Ashmore and George Chappell of the same, gents., of a messuage and lands (described) in Coleshill; to hold in trust for the said James and Katherine and their issue.

Coleshill  DR 18/1/204  16 October 1718

Contents:
Assignment from Edward Lord Leigh and Mary his wife (administratrix of Elizabeth Holbeche, late of Fillongley, widow, the administratrix of Thomas Holbeche, late of the same, gent.) to George Field of Coleshill, wheelwright, for £63 12s 6d, of a mortgage, dated 4 November 1702, from Dorothy Blew to Thomas Holbeche, of four cottages in Coleshill, near the Great Bridge; with other recitals from 19 May 1692.
Letter and statement of account enclosed.

Coventry  [no ref. or date]

Coventry  DR 18/1/205  30 July 1373

Contents:
Gift from William de Katesby to Simon de Lychefeld and Hugh Brun, chaplain, of a messuage in Coventry called Holdesheld lying between Earl Street and Bailey Lane (abuttals).
Eight named witnesses.
Seal.

Coventry  DR 18/1/206  20 March 1436/7

Contents:
Gift from William Dawe of Coventry, passenger, to William Lancastille and Thomas Brodmedowe of Coventry, hosiers, of all his lands in Coventry and Stivichall.
Five named witnesses.
Seal.

Coventry  DR 18/1/207  4 February 1575/6

Contents:
Bond from George Kevett, alias Cuett, of Coventry, gent., (son and heir of Thomas Kevett, late alderman of Coventry), and Francis Bull, citizen and clothworker of London, to Dame Alice Leigh, and Thomas Leigh, esq., her son, in the penal sum of £60, to keep covenants in an indenture of even date.
See also no.112.

Coventry  DR 18/1/208  14 February 1630/1

Contents:
Agreement between Thomas Lord Leigh and Sir John Francklyn of Willesden, co. Middx., for the sale and purchase of lands in the county of Warwick and city of Coventry.

Coventry  DR 18/1/209  20 July 1647

Contents:
Probate copy of the will of Henry Harewell of Coventry, with personal bequests to his wife Phillipa, his son, John, his daughter Elizabeth, his 'mother Clerk', his father-in-law, Alderman Clerke, his brother, William Harewell, his brother, Job Dighton and his nephew Henry Harewell.

Coventry  DR 18/1/210  23 May 1655

Contents:
Lease from Samuel Sewall of London, soap-boiler, and Edmund Seare of the same, gent., to John Savage of Wilnecote, gent., of seven acres of pasture ground (described) in Coventry for 21 years at an annual rent of £6.

Coventry  DR 18/1/211  9 March 1670

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh, Edward Agborow, vicar of Stoneleigh, Joseph Simcox of Canley, gent., William Dale and Thomas Russell, churchwardens of Stoneleigh, and John Barrs of Fletchamstead, constable of Stoneleigh, to John Lax of Coventry, gent., of a close of land called Quarry Field, lying without Newgate, Coventry, for 31 years at an annual rent of £7 5s 0d.

Coventry  DR 18/1/212  26 June 1686

Contents:
Agreement between Mathew Smith, gent., and Thomas Holbeche, gent., concerning a mortgage of even date between the said parties, of the tithes of the parish of 'Phicell' (Foleshill) in Coventry to secure £200.
See no. 480.

Coventry  DR 18/1/213  30 July 1688

Contents:
Assignment from Frances Holbeche of Fillongley, spinster, with the consent of Mathew Smith of the Inner Temple, London, gent., to William Ingram of Coventry, esq., for £100, of a mortgage, dated 26 March 1687, from Mathew Smith to Frances Holbeche of a tithe barn and closes outside Bishopsgate, Coventry, within the parish of Holy Trinity; to hold in trust for Thomas Gery of the Middle Temple, London, esq., who has purchased the freehold.

Coventry  DR 18/1/214-5  1 May 1691

Contents:
Agreement between Thomas Lapworth of Coventry, clothier, and Anne his wife, John Bree of Kenilworth, gent., and Frances his wife, and Hannah Hulbert of Warwick, widow (which Anne, Frances and Hannah are the daughters of Thomas Lee, late of Kenilworth) for the division of Pywells Close, abutting east on Whitley Common, inherited as tenants in common from the said Thomas Lee.
With counterpart.

Coventry  DR 18/1/216-7  30 October 1713

Contents:
Lease from Edward Lord Leigh to George Pagget of Bubbenhall, yeoman, of part of a messuage in Gosford Street, near the Barrgates, Coventry, for eleven years at an annual rent of £15.
With bond.

Coventry, Asthull in  [no ref. or date]

Coventry, Asthull in  DR 18/1/218  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Gift from William son of Hugh to the monks of Stoneleigh of a messuage and curtilage in Asthull.
Witnesses: Robert de Canele, Geoffrey de Crulefeld, William Michel, William son of Alexander of Canley, Richard de Hurst, Richard de Daddele and John de la Sale.
Seal.

Coventry, Asthull in  DR 18/1/219-20  nd

Contents:
Not assigned

Cubbington  [no ref. or date]

Cubbington  DR 18/1/221  15 October 1578

Contents:
Agreement between Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh Hall, esq., and Bennett Shukburghe of Cubbington, gent., to settle a dispute over the tithes due from certain lands in Cubbington, and the obligation of Bennett Shukburghe to attend the court leet at Stoneleigh.

Cubbington  DR 18/1/222  25 March 1652

Contents:
Lease from Humfrey Butler of Cubbington, husbandman, to Anne Ward of Radford Semele, widow, for £30, of a house and land in Cubbington, for 21 years at an annual rent of £1 15s 0d.

Cubbington  DR 18/1/223  10 February 1691/2

Contents:
Lease from William Collins of Saint Saviours, Southwark, co. Surrey, gent., and his trustees (Crispe Grange of Westminster, brewer, and Joshua Lock of London, tobacconist) to William Murcott of Cubbington, gent., of the rectory, tithes, tithe-barn, etc. in Cubbington, for three years at an annual rent of £70.

Cubbington  DR 18/1/224  25 March 1698

Contents:
Lease from William Collins and his trustees (as in no. 223) to William Murcott, of the premises described in no. 223, for three years at an annual rent of £70.

Cubbington  DR 18/1/225  21 June 1699

Contents:
Summons to Charles Ward, esq., John Benson, Jeremy Swallowe and Thomas Clarke to appear before the justices to testify in a dispute between the inhabitants of Cubbington, plaintiffs, and the inhabitants of Lillington, defendants.

Cubbington  DR 18/1/226  20 November 1702

Contents:
Lease from Alice Collins of Saint Saviours, Southwark, co. Surrey, widow of William Collins, and her trustees (as in no. 223) to William Murcott of the premises described in no. 223, for three years at an annual rent of £70.

Cubbington  DR 18/1/227  25 March 1709

Contents:
Lease from Alice Collins and her trustees (as in no. 223) to Joseph Greswold of Cubbington, esq., of the premises described in no. 223, for one year, at the annual rent of £70.

Cubbington  DR 18/1/228  18 November 1719

Contents:
Mortgage from Elizabeth Stratford of Cubbington, widow of William Stratford, late of the same, gent., to Alice Collins, of four messuages in Solihull; to hold the same for seven years for the better securing the payment of a rent of £70 due from the said Elizabeth Stratford to Alice Collins, for a lease of the rectory and tithes of Cubbington, granted to William Stratford on 10 May 1715.

Cubbington  DR 18/1/229  15 July 1724

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Collins, M.D., son and heir of Alice Collins, to Elizabeth Stratford, of the property described in no. 223, for six years at an annual rent of £70.

Cubbington  DR 18/1/230  23 September 1725

Contents:
Mortgage from James Wright of Warwick, gent., to Frances Bree of Beausale, spinster, of the property described in no. 223, to secure £500.

Cubbington  DR 18/1/231  15 December 1733

Contents:
Lease from James Wright to John Rushall of Cubbington, yeoman, of the property described in no. 223, for six years at an annual rent of £70.

Cubbington  DR 18/1/232  1 May 1746

Contents:
Lease from James Wright of Warwick, gent., to Benjamin Gibbins of Cubbington, yeoman, of the property described in no. 223, for twelve years at an annual rent of £75.

Curdworth  [no ref. or date]

Curdworth  DR 18/1/233  25 January 1346/7

Contents:
Quitclaim from William de Mykenhull to Wille atte Mor of Overton and Juliana his wife of all her right in a meadow called Sondyford in Curdworth.
Five named witnesses.

Curdworth  DR 18/1/234  18 June 1349

Contents:
Gift from William son of Anketill de Mulkulhulle to John his brother of all the lands which William son of John 'le Taillour' held for life of the grantor in Curdworth.
Five named witnesses.

Curdworth  DR 18/1/235  14 April 1414

Contents:
Gift from John Danyell and Robert Danyell of Coventry, tailors, to Bartholomew Wyrley of Curdworth and Alice his wife of a cottage and twenty selions of land in Curdworth.
Five named witnesses.

Curdworth  DR 18/1/236  20 May 1472

Contents:
Gift from Elizabeth Creke to William Hasturley of Curdworth and Joan his wife of the third part of a cottage and twenty selions of land in Curdworth (See no. 235).
Three named witnesses.

Curdworth  DR 18/1/237  21 August 1515

Contents:
Gift from Henry Lane of Curdworth and Margaret his wife to John Mason of Kingsbury, miller, and Agnes his wife, of a cottage and twenty selions of land in Curdworth and all other their lands lying in the fee of Wiggins Hill [in Sutton Coldfield].

Curdworth  DR 18/1/238  26 August 1515

Contents:
Lease from John Mason and Agnes his wife to Henry Lane and Margaret his wife of the premises in Curdworth described in no. 237; to hold for lives at an annual rent of 6s 8d.

Curdworth  DR 18/1/239  12 December 1537

Contents:
Quitclaim from Robert Mason, son and heir of John Mason, to Cecilia Rigeyeleye, widow, of all his right in the premises in Curdworth described in no. 237.

Curdworth  DR 18/1/240  23 February 1549/50

Contents:
Quitclaim from Cecilia Nowell, widow of James Nowell, to John Rydgeley of Dunton, gent., of all her right in the premises in no. 237, but described in more detail.

Curdworth  DR 18/1/241  15 December 1556

Contents:
Lease from John Rugeley of Dunton, gent., and Joyce his wife to Humfrey Perefoy of Curdworth, husbandman, of a piece of land [in Curdworth] for 21 years at an annual rent of 5s.

Curdworth  DR 18/1/242  15 June 1587

Contents:
Award of Sir Henry Goodere, knight, and Robert Stamford, esq., arbitrators in a dispute between Edward Devereux, esq., and William Butler, gent., of the one part and Ralph Rudgeley of Dunton, esq., of the other part, concerning the title, use and occupation of lands in Dunton and Owlesterne in the parish of Curdworth.

Curdworth  DR 18/1/243  6 May 1590

Contents:
Writ to the sheriff of Warwick ordering him to repossess John Bowlte of lands in Merevale, Dunton, Curdworth and Lea Marston, leased to John Bowlte by Edward Sheldon and Nicholas Rugeley on 4 January 1588/9, and recovered by him from Rachel Butler, late of Merevale, widow, in the court at Westminster.

Curdworth  DR 18/1/244  1 November 1654

Contents:
Lease from William Rudgley of Dunton, esq., Elizabeth his wife and John Rudgley, his son and heir, to Humphrey Jennens of Birmingham, gent., of pieces of land (described) in Curdworth for 25 years at an annual rent of £19.

Curdworth  DR 18/1/245  19 January 1669/70

Contents:
Mortgage from William Purefoy of Hipsley Hall, Kingsbury, gent., to Edward Oldes of Tamworth, innholder, of a piece of land (described) in Curdworth, called Denshawe Ground, to secure £50.
Not executed.

Curdworth  DR 18/1/246  15 April 1672

Contents:
Agreement between John Rugeley of Dunton, esq., and William Purefoy of Hipsley, for the repayment by the latter of £298 14s 0d by 16 July 1673, for which a messuage and other lands (unspecified) had been pledged as security.

Curdworth  DR 18/1/247-8  1685

Contents:
Two draft mortgages from Ralph Rugely of Dunton, esq., son and heir of John Rugely, to Sir John Curzon of Kedleston, co. Derby, Bart., of a messuage and divers lands (described) in Dunton and Curdworth, late in the tenure of William Purefoy.

Curdworth, Dunton in  [no ref. or date]

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/249  7 February 1349/50

Contents:
Demise from Roger de Cuylly, knight, to Alice Curteys of Dunton, of a messuage in Dunton; to hold for life, rendering annually one red rose.
Five named witnesses

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/250  11 May 1385

Contents:
Extract from fine between John Foliombe and Joan his wife, plaintiffs, and Roger de Ardene and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants, of the manor of Dunton; the plaintiffs to hold for lives, rendering annually to the deforciants 3s 4d.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/251  Undated [c. 1400]
Language:  French

Contents:
Arbitration by Sir John Makworth, chancellor, and Sir Simon Bathe, treasurer, in a dispute between Lady Ellen Darderne, and Geoffrey and William her sons, on the one part and John Foliambe of Dunton, on the other part, concerning the warren at Dunton.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/252  16 February 1412/3

Contents:
Demise from John Foliombe of Dunton and Joan his wife to Richard Stanhop, knight, of the manor of Dunton; to hold for the lives of the grantors, at an annual rent of five marks.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/253  12 January 1428/9

Contents:
Quitclaim from William Clynton, Lord of Clinton and Say, to Nicholas Ruggeley of Dunton and Edith his wife, of all his right in a tenement in Dunton called Mekenhull, which he formerly demised to them for lives on 4 May 1425.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/254  13 January 1434/5

Contents:
Quitclaim from William Deye, chaplain, John Harmon, chaplain, and William Bate, 'valettus', to Nicholas Ruggeley, esq., of all their right in the manor of Dunton, which they had by the feoffment of the said Nicholas.
Two seals.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/255  20 January 1434/5

Contents:
Feoffment from Nicholas Ruggeley, esq., and Edith his wife to Richard de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, William Mountfort, knight, Robert Ardern, esq., and John Lynton of all his tenement called Mekenhull in Dunton.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/256  20 January 1434/5

Contents:
Letters of attorney of Nicholas Ruggeley, appointing Thomas Ruggeley, his son, and William Leycroft of Coleshill, to deliver seisin to the feoffees named in no. 255.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/257  13 February 1442/3

Contents:
Writ to the sheriff of Staffordshire requiring him to bring Nicholas Ruggeley of Dunton, gent., executor of the will of Nicholas Ruggeley, before the king's justice to answer a plea of Thomas Wolseley, executor of the will of Ralph Wolseley.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/258  20 April 1457

Contents:
Release in all actions from Isabella Dawes, widow, and John Dawes of Bridgenorth, her son, to Nicholas Ruggeley of Dunton, gent.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/259  1 November 1458

Contents:
Gift from Henry Busschebury of Berwood Hall, yeoman, to Nicholas Ruggeley of Dunton, esq., Henry Chattok and John Knight of Castle Bromwich, of all his goods and chattels.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/260  24 January 1513/4

Contents:
Will of William Ryggeley of Dunton, requiring his feoffees (Robert Throckmorton, Knight, Simon Dygby, esq., Thomas Botelor of Alspath, John Boteler of Solihull and John Wyllenhale) to allow his widow, Joan, the use of the manor of Dunton for life, to secure a position in the law for his younger son Martin and a sum of ten marks for his daughter Alice, and to hold the rent of his land to the use of his son, Nicholas; viz. the manor of Dunton and other premises (described) in Curdworth, Lea Marston and Kingsbury.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/261  13 December 1542

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of John Rugeley of Dunton, gent., and Joyce, daughter of Ralph Sheldon, esq., being a conveyance from John Rugeley for £100 paid by Ralph Sheldon, to Robert Burdett, esq., John Fulwod, senior, William Sheldon, Richard Sheldon, Baldwin Sheldon and Francis Sheldon, gents., of pasture land (described) in Dunton, and a tenement in Lea Marston; to hold in trust to the use of the said John Rugeley, Joyce his wife and their issue.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/262  20 December 1586

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Ralph Rugeley of Dunton, esq., confirming to Ralph Sheldon, Thomas Rugeley, William Rugeley, esq., and Thomas Rugeley, gents., and Nicholas Pereson, yeoman, the manor of Dunton and the lands in Curdworth, Wishaw, Moxhull and Lea Marston; to hold for the trusts specified in indentures of 12 December 1586.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/263  25 March 1675

Contents:
Mortgage from John Rugley of Dunton, esq., and Martin Holbech of Meriden, gent., to Mary More of Glazeley, co. Salop., widow of a capital messuage called Dunton House and divers lands and tenements in Dunton, Curdworth, Lea Marston and Moxhull; to secure £300.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/264  5 July 1675

Contents:
Mortgage from John Rugeley and Martin Holbech to Thomas Colberne of Southam, gent., of the premises described in no. 263; to secure £600.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/265  26 October 1675

Contents:
Mortgage from John Rugely and Martin Holbech to Thomas Colleberne of the premises described in no. 263; to secure £1000.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/266  1688

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from John Lilly of Cliffords Inn, London, gent., and Edward Colston, citizen of London, to Lewis Watson, esq. (trustee for Thomas Lord Leigh), for £2,000, of a mortgage, dated 12 June 1683, from John Rugeley, Anne his wife and John his son, to Sir John Curson of Kedleston, co. Derby, esq., of the premises described in no. 263.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/267-8  21 January 1688/9

Contents:
Mortgage from Thomas Lord Leigh to Francis Chamberlayne of St. Laurence Poultney Lane, London, esq., of closes of land (described) in Dunton; to secure £450.
With bond.

Curdworth, Dunton in  DR 18/1/269  21 January 1688/9

Contents:
Mortgage from Thomas Lord Leigh to John Relfe of Daventry, co. Northants., gent., of a messuage and parcels of land in Dunton and Curdworth (described) to secure £500.

Dunchurch  [no ref. or date]

Dunchurch  DR 18/1/270  4 February 1557/8

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Thomas Tyrrey of Frankton, yeoman, granting to Thomas Leigh, citizen and alderman of London, for £40, a messuage, cottage and lands in Dunchurch.

Dunchurch  DR 18/1/271  7 September 1575

Contents:
Letter of attorney from Lady Alice Leigh, widow of Sir Thomas Leigh, appointing Richard Sutton and Robert Sheldon, gents., to deliver seisin to John Crofts of Ketton, co. Rutland, Novellus Lloyd of Market Overton, co. Rutland, yeoman, and John Freer of Ashow, yeoman, of the manor of Dunchurch and the windmill on Dunsmore Heath, together with lands in Long Lawford, Thurlaston, Rugby and Toft, and the manors of Littletons, co. Worcs., with lands in North Littleton, South Littleton and Middle Littleton, as specified in indenture of 5 May 1575.

Dunchurch  DR 18/1/272  25 May 1597

Contents:
Bond from James Harrington of Ridlington, co. Rutland, to Dame Alice Leigh, widow, in £500, to secure to her for life the payment of rents from the manors of Dunchurch, Thurlaston and Toft, which she had granted to her son, Sir William Leigh, by indenture of 24 May 1597.

Fillongley  [no ref. or date]

Fillongley  DR 18/1/273  1 July 1561

Contents:
Statute staple between John Harry Yonge of Wolvey, gent., and Robert Turnour of Stivichall, yeoman, and Anne his wife in the sum of £200.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/273a  8 June 1573

Contents:
Licence from the crown to John Wright and Alice his wife to alienate premises in Fillongley to Richard Brereley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/274-5  9 December 1577

Contents:
Demise from Richard Brereley of Fillongley, husbandman, to John Roo of Coventry, capper, for £60, of a messuage and lands (described) in Fillongley, for 300 years at an annual rent of four pence.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/276  1585-1726

Contents:
Abstract of the following fines relating to property in Astley, Fillongley, Allesley and Harborough.
i) Michaelmas Term, 1585 (no. 164): Astley
ii) Easter Term, 1672 (nos. 383-4): Fillongley.
iii) Easter Term, 1672 (no. 382): Fillongley.
iv) Easter Term, 1650 (no. 327): Fillongley.
v) Easter Term, 1664 (nos. 356-7): Fillongley.
vi) Trinity Term, 1726 (no. 8): Allesley, Harborough.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/277  2 October 1599

Contents:
Covenant by Nicholas Tallys of Fillongley, yeoman, and Jane his wife, to levy a fine in favour of John Clarke of Packington, yeoman, and Thomas Harper of Allesley, yeoman, of a cottage and nineteen acres of land in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/277a  1599-1695

Contents:
Abstract of the following deeds relating to premises in Fillongley:
i) 2 October 1599: no. 277.
ii) 8 March 1664: no. 352.
iii) 9 March 1664: no. 353.
iv) 1 August 1676: no. 394.
v) 8 December 1673: no. 388.
vi) 22 August 1684: no. 405.
vii) 23 March 1694/5: no. 433.
viii) 27 April 1695: no. 434.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/278  1 September 1603

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Theodore Sadleir of Fillongley, gent., confirming to Simon Stone of Meriden, yeoman, a cottage called Chartons and a small croft thereto belonging.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/279  9 May 1607

Contents:
Bargain and sale from Edward Nevill, Lord Bergavenny, and Sir Henry Nevill, his son and heir, to Robert Tedd of Seaton, co. Rutland, gent., for £150, of a messuage called Reads, alias the Dales, four closes (named) and a cottage and close called Deadquyne Hill and Nyminges, all in Fillongley, reserving certain rents to the said Edward Nevill.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/280-1  Michaelmas Term 1607

Contents:
Fine between Robert Tedd, gent., plaintiff, and Edward Nevill Lord Bergavenny, and Henry Nevill, knight, of premises in Fillongley.
With counterpart.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/282  6 February 1608/9

Contents:
Demise from Robert Alsapp of Whitechapel, co. Middx., brown baker, to William Browne of Bedworth, husbandman, of a cottage called the Millhouse and closes (described) for 1000 years from 31 December 1611 at a peppercorn rent.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/282a  1609-1718

Contents:
Abstracts of the following deeds relating to premises in Fillongley:
i) 6 February 1608/9: no. 282.
ii) 20 July 1677: no. 398.
iii) 20 September 1691: no. 417.
iv) 20 September 1694: no. 432.
v) 6 September 1710: no. 476.
vi) 22 December 1718: no. 478.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/283  22 January 1609/10

Contents:
Copy will of Robert Tedd of Seaton, co. Rutland, gent., bequeathing the messuage in Fillongley called the Dale to his wife, Anne, for life, then to his daughter, Mary Hynde, then to her sons, John Hynde and Robert Hynde in succession (should John die without issue), and other property in Fillongley to John Hynde; with minor bequests to his godson, Robert Pason, and the poor of Seaton and Fillongley.
Will proved 23 July.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/284  24 July 1611

Contents:
Grant from the Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield to the wife of William Holbach of Birchley Hall, of a seat in the chancel of the church at Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/285  13 June 1614

Contents:
Quitclaim from Richard Tedd of Fillongley, collier, to William Beck of the same, turner, of all his right in a cottage and croft in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/286-9  2 November 1614

Contents:
Assignment from John Roo of Coventry, capper, Elizabeth his wife, and George Roo, capper, their son, to Daniel Bowne of Coventry, gent., for £46 13s 4d, of a lease, dated 9 December 1577, of a close in Fillongley called Dunhole, part of the premises described in no. 274.
With counterpart and bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/290  4 April 1616

Contents:
Assignment from John Bowne of Coventry, gent., administrator of the goods of Daniel Bowne, to Henry Wilkes of Weston-under-Wetherley, clerk, for £50, of the premises described in nos. 286-7.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/291  13 July 1617

Contents:
Bond from John Hercy of Lincolns Inn, esq., to Theodore Sadler of Fillongley, gent., in the penal sum of £1500 to keep covenants in an indenture of even date.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/292-3  Easter Term 1625

Contents:
Fine between John Hinde, plaintiff, and Henry Brerely and Margaret his wife, deforciants, of premises in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/294  28 April 1626

Contents:
Conveyance from Walter Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., to Francis Holbeche of the same, gent., of half of Berry Field at Wood End in Fillongley, the said Walter having acquired this and other copyhold land held of Henry Nevill Lord Bergavenny by Francis Holbeche, William Brereley, Sampson Butler, Francis Lee, Nicholas.... , Thomas Dixon, Eustace Craddocke and Richard Morrey, in trust.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/295  24 May 1626

Contents:
Bargain and sale from Henry Nevill Lord Bergavenny to William Becke of Fillongley, turner, and Henry Tedd of the same, husbandman, for £27 9s 0d, of a messuage called Goulsons and three cottages and land in Fillongley, all formerly copyhold.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/296  24 May 1626

Contents:
Bargain and sale from Henry Nevill Lord Bergavenny to Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, yeoman, for £20, of two messuages in Fillongley, formerly copyhold.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/297  15 September 1627

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Ralph Smyth of Fillongley, yeoman, granting to Francis Freeman of Polesworth, yeoman, and Eleanor his wife (daughter of Ralph Smyth) two closes of land (described) in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/298  13 August 1629

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Nicholas Edson of Fillongley, confirming to Francis Freeman of Wilmcote, yeoman, a small piece of land (described) at Wood End, Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/299-300  17 March 1631

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Ralph Smyth of Fillongley, yeoman, granting to Francis Freeman, for £13 6s 8d, a piece of land (described) in Fillongley called Crabmage.
Attached: letter of attorney to deliver seisin from Ralph Smyth to Christopher Ford of Fillongley, clerk, 19 March 1631.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/301  18 October 1632

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Francis Freeman, granting to Edmund Glover of Coleshill, yeoman, for £117, of pieces of land in Fillongley, as described in nos. 297, 298 and 299.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/302  19 January 1632/3

Contents:
Lease from John Hinde of Leicester, tanner, John Hinde his son, and Anne Shefield, widow, to Francis Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., of two parcels of land (described) in Fillongley, for 29 years at an annual rent of 2s 2d.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/303  24 April 1633

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of William Becke of Fillongley, turner, confirming to his son, Thomas Becke, a close of land in Fillongley called Church End Corner.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/304-5  14 September 1637

Contents:
Conveyance from John Hynde the elder, alderman of Leicester, gent., and his sons, John Hynde the younger and Robert Hynde of Sileby, co. Leices., gent., to John Alcott of Stockingford in Nuneaton, yeoman, for £721 10s 0d, of a messuage called Read, alias the Dale House, with divers closes, cottage and woodland (described) in Fillongley.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/306  14 September 1637

Contents:
Declaration by John Hynde the younger that the premises in Fillongley described in no. 304 are held in free socage.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/307  8 October 1637

Contents:
Covenant by Bartholomew Smith of Fillongley, yeoman, and Frances his wife, to cause a recovery to be had against them by Abraham Bonne of Clements Inn, co. Middx., gent., of a messuage called Corley Moorehouse, and other lands in Fillongley, Corley and Allesley; to hold to Abraham Bonne to the use of Bartholomew and Frances for life and then of their issue, but in default, to the use of Richard Bull of Solihull, yeoman, who had originally leased them the premises on 1 July 1623.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/308  9 October 1637

Contents:
Exemplification of a fine, levied in Michaelmas Term, 1637, between John Alcott, plaintiff, and John Hinde, senior, John Hinde, junior, and Robert Hinde, deforciants, of premises in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/309  14 September 1638

Contents:
Demise from William Avery of Fillongley, gent, to Montagu Sadler of the same, gent., of three closes of land (described) in Fillongley, for 30 years at a peppercorn rent.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/310  14 September 1638

Contents:
Lease from Montagu Sadler to William Avery of the premises described in no. 309, for 29 years 11 months at an annual rent of £5.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/311  16 September 1639

Contents:
Letter of attorney from Henry Nevill Lord Bergavenny to Thomas Holbeche the elder of Meriden Hall, gent., and Mathew Holbeche to deliver seisin to Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, yeoman, of two messuages in Fillongley, as in no. 296.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/312  2 May 1640

Contents:
Agreement between Roger Alcott of Ansley, yeoman, and Bartholomew Byard of Ashby Magna, co. Leics., gent., and Isabell his wife (sister of Roger Alcott) that the latter will release any claim they have to the land of the late John Alcott (brother of Roger) if the said Roger conveys to them the house called the Dale and other lands in Fillongley as security for the payment of £250 to the use of their children William, Christian, Thomas, Robert and James.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/313  10 August 1640

Contents:
Settlement by Richard Edson of Coventry, yeoman, on Grace his wife of a messuage and closes (described) in Fillongley, being a conveyance by him to trustees (Edward Hill of Coventry, clothworker, and William Adkins the younger of Bubbenhall, yeoman) to hold to the use of Richard Edson for life, with reversion to his wife, Grace, and then to their issue.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/314  10 August 1640

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Richard Edson, confirming to Edward Hill and William Adkins the premises in Fillongley described in no. 313.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/315  18 November 1641

Contents:
Quitclaim from William Beck of Fillongley, turner, to John Alcott of Stockingford in Nuneaton, yeoman, of all his right in a cottage and close called Deadquinhill.
See no. 285.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/316  3 January 1641/2

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of William Beck the elder of Fillongley, yeoman, settling on Thomas Tedd of Fillongley, yeoman, and Randall Croxall of Shustoke, yeoman, a cottage in Fillongley to hold as to one moiety for the use of William Beck for life, with remainder to Elizabeth his wife, and then to their son, John Beck, and, as to the other moiety to the use of John Beck for life, with remainder to his wife, Sarah.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/317  21 March 1641

Contents:
Bond from John Beck of Fillongley, yeoman, to John Alcott of Stockingford, yeoman, in the penal sum of £140 to keep covenants in a pair of indentures of even date.
See no. 318.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/318  23 March 1641

Contents:
Deed poll under the hands of John Becke and Sarah his wife confirming to John Alcott and Elizabeth his wife a close of pasture called Dunwall Meadowe.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/319-20  11 April 1642

Contents:
Bargain and sale from William Avery the younger of Fillongley, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, to Thomas Sadler, gent., son and heir apparent of Montagu Sadler of the same, gent., for £160 of three closes in Fillongley, as described in nos.309-10.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/321  16 May 1644

Contents:
Settlement of a messuage and closes called Oldstone Hills in Fillongley, being a conveyance from Samson Butler of Fillongley, blacksmith, and Elizabeth Heath, alias Capper, of Fillongley, widow, his daughter, to trustees (John Brerely of Fillongley, yeoman, and Thomas Butler of the same, husbandman) to hold to the use of Samson Butler for life, with remainder to Elizabeth his wife, and then to his daughter, Elizabeth Heath and her sons, John Heath and Thomas Heath.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/322  24 March 1646/7

Contents:
Lease from Edmund Glover of Coleshill, yeoman, to Leonard Greene of Fillongley, tailor, of three closes in Fillongley called Crammages, for eleven years at an annual rent of £6.
See no. 301.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/323  17 January 1641/8

Contents:
Settlement of a shop, or workhouse, adjoining the messuage of William Beck the elder of Fillongley, turner, being a conveyance by him, and his youngest son Henry Beck, to Amillion Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., to hold to the use of the said William Beck and Elizabeth his wife for lives, with remainder to their eldest son, John Beck.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/324  25 August 1648


Related information: See no.DR 18/1/301.

Contents:
Feoffment from Edmund Glover of Coleshill, yeoman, to Amilian Holbeche for £130, of three closes in Fillongley called the Crammages and land called the Stripe.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/325  Michaelmas Term 1649 (endorsement)

Damaged.

Contents:
Fine between Amilian Holbeche, gent., and Thomas...., plaintiffs, and..... William Beck and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants, of premises [in Fillongley].

Fillongley  DR 18/1/326  24 January 1649/50

Contents:
Bond from Thomas Symmes of Fillongley, gent., to John Cammell of the same, yeoman, in the penal sum of £200, to keep covenants in indentures of even date.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/327, 327a  Easter Term 1650

Contents:
Fine between John Cammell, plaintiff, and Thomas Simmes and Rebecca his wife, and William Jelliffe and Mary his wife, of premises in Fillongley.
With counterpart.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/327b  18 June 1650


Related information: See also nos.DR 18/1/286-90.

Contents:
Assignment from William Holbech, citizen and draper of London, son of Francis Holbech, late of Fillongley, gent., deceased, to Thomas Becke of Fillongley, cooper, for £70, of a lease, dated 9 December 1577 (no.274) of a messuage and lands in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/328  18 October 1650

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of Adolphus Oughton of Fillongley, esq., to Martha Prescott, eldest daughter of Alexander Prescott of Thoby, co. Essex., esq., being a conveyance from the said Adolphus Oughton and Anne his mother, to the said Alexander Prescott and Thomas Armiston of London, grocer, of a mansion house called Tippers, alias Whadcocks, in Fillongley, and divers other messuages and lands in Fillongley, Corley and Ansley, to hold on various trusts.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/329-32  21 October 1652

Contents:
Feoffment from John Becke of Fillongley, yeoman, to Thomas Dicconson of Grays Inn, co. Middx., gent., for £280, of a messuage and cottage adjoining in Fillongley (See nos.316, 323).
With counterpart and bond, and receipt for £140, 22 October 1652.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/333-4  26 and 27 November 1652

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Thomas Dicconson to Mathew Holbeche of Clements Inn, co. Middx., gent., of the premises described in no. 329; to hold to the use of the said Thomas Dicconson and Elizabeth his wife for life, with remainder to Thomas Holbeche, son of Amilian Holbeche (brother of Elizabeth Dicconson), on condition that he pays £100 to the children and grandchildren of Amilian Holbeche, John Holbeche, his brother and Margaret Greene, his sister.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/335  28 March 1654

Contents:
Assignment from John Becke to Thomas Dicconson of a lease, dated 3 January 1641/2, from William Becke to John Becke of a close in Fillongley, as security for the performance of covenants in indentures of even date (viz. no. 316); to hold to the said Thomas Dicconson, he having purchased the freehold of the cottage described in no. 316.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/336  29 April 1656

Contents:
Bond from John Essex of Fillongley, husbandman, to John Herry of the same, gent., to observe covenants in indentures of even date.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/337  4 December 1656

Contents:
Writ to the sheriff of Warwickshire to summon Elizabeth Beck, widow, to appear before the justices to answer a plea of waste of Thomas Dicconson, gent., in connection with lands in Fillongley, held for life.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/337a  2 October 1660

Contents:
Certificate from the Commissioners for Poll Tax in the county of Lancaster that Thomas Dicconson, gent., has paid £3 in full discharge of the said tax for all his land in the kingdom, and a further 12d for Thomas Holbeche who is living with him.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/338  22 October 1660

Contents:
Agreement between Amilian Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., of the one part, and Thomas Dicconson of Grays Inn, co. Middx., gent., and John Holbeche of Stivichall, gent., that the former shall stand seized of the premises in Fillongley described in no. 324, to the use of himself for life, and then to the use of his eldest son, Thomas Holbeche.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/339  15 December 1660

Contents:
Bond from Arthur Miller of Over Whitacre, gent., to Thomas Erpe of Fillongley, rakemaker, to save him harmless from a bond of even date from the said Thomas Erpe to Thomas Shackspeare of Ansley, yeoman.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/340-1  15 November 1661

Contents:
Lease from William Lynes of Fillongley, yeoman, to Thomas Erpe of the same, rakemaker, for £40, of a cottage and three closes of land in Fillongley called Green End Meadow, for fifteen years at an annual rent of twopence.
With counterpart.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/342-3  1 and 4 March 1661/2

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Richard Edson of Coventry, gent., and Grace his wife, and Nicholas Edson of the same, clothworker (their son) and Ann his wife, to Samuel Rushworth of Coventry, gent., and Thomas Whadcocke the younger of Corley, gent., for £289, of a messuage and closes (described) in Fillongley (See no. 313).

Fillongley  DR 18/1/344  Hilary Term 1661/2

Contents:
Fine between Samuel Rushworth and Thomas Whadcocke, plaintiffs, and Richard Edson and Grace his wife, and Nicholas Edson and Anne his wife, deforciants, of premises in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/345  16 April 1662

Contents:
Covenant between Richard Edson and Nicholas Edson of the first part, Samuel Rushworth and Thomas Whadcocke of the second part, and Thomas Brearley of Fillongley, gent., and Thomas Hindes of the same, tailor, of the third part, that the parties of the second part shall suffer a recovery to be had against them by the parties of the third part of the premises in Fillongley described in nos. 342-3, with the parties of the first part as vouchees.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/346-7  24 and 30 May 1662

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Samuel Rushworth and Thomas Whadcocke to Thomas Brearley, of the premises described in nos. 342-3.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/348  4 June 1662

Contents:
Bond from William Kinton and William Wootton of Exhall, yeomen, to Thomas Erp of Fillongley, yeoman, in the penal sum of £40, to secure the repayment of a debt of £20.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/349-51  20 and 24 July 1662

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from William Lynes of Fillongley, yeoman, son and heir of Thomas Lynes, late of the same, husbandman, deceased, to Thomas Erpe of Fillongley, rakemaker, and Elizabeth his wife, for £91 10s 0d, of a messuage and three closes of land in Fillongley (See nos.340-1)
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/352-3  8 and 9 March 1663/4

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Mary Lapworth of Coventry, spinster, to Clement Greene of Fillongley, yeoman, of a messuage in Fillongley called Underwoods and six closes of land containing 20 acres; the purchase price to be paid over four years.
See no. 277.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/354-5  20 and 21 March 1663/4

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Martin Whadcocke of Fillongley, gent., to Richard Smith of the same, gent., for £250, of three closes (described) in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/356-7  Easter Term 1664

Contents:
Fine between Margaret Cammell and William Cammell, plaintiffs, and Ann Oughton, widow, and Adolphus Oughton, esq., and Martha his wife, of a cottage and premises in Fillongley.
With counterpart.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/358  8 June 1664

Contents:
Feoffment from William Wheigham of Allesley, gent., to Mary Walker of Coventry, widow, for £520, of a messuage and two closes (described) in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/359  Trinity Term 1664

Contents:
Fine between Mary Walker, plaintiff, and William Wheigham and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants, of premises in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/360  9 January 1664/5

Contents:
Feoffment from William Lynes of Fillongley, yeoman, to John Downes of the same, mason, for £49, of a cottage in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/361  8 September 1664

Contents:
Copy settlement on the marriage of William Alcott the younger of Stockingford, gent., to Alice, niece and 'kinswoman' of Thomas Shakespeare of Ansley, gent., being a conveyance from William Alcott the younger to William Alcott the elder of Stockingford, gent., and William Oughton of Arley, yeoman, of a newly erected house called the Dale house and divers closes (described) in Fillongley, a house and closes in Stockingford, and a cottage in Abbey End Street, Nuneaton; to hold to the use of William Alcott the younger and Alice his wife, for lives, with remainder to their issue.
See no. 312.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/362  11 May 1667

Contents:
Receipt from William Kittermaster, gent., to William Alcott, gent., for £5.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/363-4  1 July 1667

Contents:
Mortgage from William Alcott the younger of Stockingford, yeoman, to Amilion Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., of divers closes (described) in Fillongley, to secure £40.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/365  31 July 1667

Contents:
Inventory of the goods of Richard Earp of Fillongley, died 29 July 1667.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/366  9 August 1667

Contents:
Administration of the estate of Richard Earpe, granted by the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield to Thomas Earpe, his son and heir.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/367-9  10 and 11 September 1668

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from William Alcott of Stockingford, gent., to Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., for £300, of divers closes (described) in Fillongley, including those mortgaged in no. 363.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/370  12 September 1668

Contents:
Mortgage from William Alcott the younger to Amilian Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., of a messuage called Dale house and divers closes (described) in Fillongley, two messuages and divers closes (described) in Stockingford, a messuage and divers closes (described) in Ansley, a messuage and divers closes (described) in Bedworth and Exhall, a messuage and land in Astley, and a messuage in Abbey End Street in Nuneaton; to secure £100 and the payment of William Alcott's debts to Michael Packwood of Coventry, carpenter, Walter Butler of Arley, yeoman, and Henry Townesley of Astley, tailor.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/371  27 May 1669

Contents:
Administration of the goods of Thomas Erpe, late of Fillongley, granted by the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield to Elizabeth Erpe, his widow.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/372  19 March 1669/70

Contents:
Bond from Edward Harbert of Fillongley, husbandman, to Amilian Holbeche of the same, gent., in the penal sum of £40, to keep covenants contained in a lease of even date.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/373  29 June 1671

Contents:
Bond from William Alcott, junior, of Stockingford, gent., to Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., in the penal sum of £60 to secure the mortgage of lands worth £8 per annum from William Alcott to Thomas Holbeche before 1 August next.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/374  29 June 1671

Contents:
Bond from William Alcott and Thomas Holbeche to Walter Butler of Arley, yeoman, in the penal sum of £80 to secure the payment of £41 4s 0d.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/375-6  10 October 1671

Contents:
Mortgage from William Alcott to Thomas Holbeche of two pieces of land and a coppice (described) in Fillongley, to secure £90.
With counterpart.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/377-8  Michaelmas Term 1671

Contents:
Fine between Thomas Holbech, plaintiff, and William Alcott, deforciant, of premises in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/379-81  20 October 1671

Contents:
Mortgage from William Alcott to Amilian Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., of a messuage called the Dale House with the lands (described) in Fillongley, to secure £120.
With two counterparts.
See no. 370.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/382  Easter Term 1672

Contents:
Fine between Montagu Sadler, gent., and John Camell, plaintiff, and John Torksey and Mary his wife, deforciants, of premises in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/383-4  Easter Term 1672

Contents:
Fine between Thomas Simmes, plaintiff, and Michael Voyle and Sarah his wife, deforciants, of premises in Fillongley.
With counterpart.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/385  8 May 1673

Contents:
Assignment from John Westley of Stamford, co. Northants., gent., (administrator of the goods of the late Henry Wilkes, deceased) to Henry Tayler of Westminster, co. Middx., cook, and Elizabeth his wife, of a lease dated 9 December 1577 (no. 274), of a piece of meadow in Fillongley; this assignment made in accordance with an award to end a dispute between Samuel Wilkes (brother of the said Henry Wilkes) and his sisters, the said Elizabeth Tayler and Jane wife of William Kimble.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/386-7  7 and 8 October 1673

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Roger Alcott of Stockingford, gent. (brother and heir of William Alcott the younger, deceased) to Thomas Holbeche (reciting nos. 361, 379 and a mortgage, dated 1 March 1672/3 from William Alcott to Thomas Holbeche of messuages and land in Nuneaton and Stockingford) for £60, of the premises in Fillongley, Stockingford and Nuneaton described in no. 361.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/388-9  8 December 1673

Contents:
Mortgage from Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., to Dame Honor Dilke of Maxstoke Castle, widow, of a messuage and three closes of land in Fillongley, bequeathed to him by Thomas Dicconson, to secure £100.
With counterpart.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/390  18 March 1674/5


Related information: See also no.DR 18/1/385.

Contents:
Assignment from Henry Taylor of Westminster, co. Middx., cook, and Elizabeth his wife, to Thomas Taylor, their son, of a lease, dated 9 December 1577 (no. 274) of a piece of meadow in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/391-3  9 February 1675/6

Contents:
Assignment from Henry Taylor and Elizabeth his wife, and their son Thomas Taylor of Westminster, co. Middx., gent., to Thomas Holbech of Fillongley, gent., for £65, of a lease, dated 9 December 1577 (no.274) of a piece of meadow in Fillongley.
See also no. 390.
With receipt and bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/394  1 August 1676

Contents:
Mortgage from Charles Shuttleworth of Blabers in Fillongley, gent., to Dame Honor Dilke of Maxstoke Castle, widow, of three closes in Fillongley, called Broad Croft and the Dole Fields, to secure £150.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/395-7  26 and 27 March 1677

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Albania Macham of Cubbington, widow, late wife of Thomas Greswold of Cubbington, esq., and afterwards the wife of Daniel Macham of the same, gent., to Thomas Holbeche, for £165, of two messuages and divers closes (described) in Fillongley, which she inherited from her mother, Mary Walker, by will dated 28 June 1672.
See also no. 358.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/398  20 July 1677

Contents:
Lease from Adolphus Oughton of Fillongley, esq., to Thomas Hinde of Fillongley, tailor, and Elizabeth his wife, of a messuage and lands (described) in Fillongley, for 21 years at the annual rent of £20.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/399  19 October 1677

Contents:
Quitclaim from Robert Brearley of Coventry, gent., son of Henry Brearley, late of Fillongley, gent., and grandson of Richard Brearley late of the same, husbandman, to Thomas Beck of Fillongley, cooper, of all his right in a lease, dated 9 December 1577 (no. 274) of a piece of meadow in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/400  17 November 1677

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of Thomas Austin of Fillongley, nailer, and Anne his wife, being a conveyance from the said Thomas Austin to Thomas Heeley of Handsworth, co. Staffs., tailor, and Henry Reynolds of the same, yeoman, of a messuage called Breamers [in Fillongley] and five closes; to hold to the use of the said Thomas Austin and Anne his wife, with remainder to their heirs.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/401  14 July 1679

Contents:
Award of Sir John Knightley of Offchurch, bart., in a dispute between Humfrey Davis of Easenhall, gent., and Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., namely that the former pay to the latter £15.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/402  22 September 1679

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release (lease missing) from Francis Holbech of Fillongley, gent., to Joseph Blissett of Warwick, woollen draper, of a messuage called the Croft and parcels of land (described) in Fillongley, to secure £140.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/403  1 July 1681

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release (release missing) from Elizabeth Angell of Bromsberrow, co. Glos., (daughter of William Smith of Bud End in Fillongley, deceased, and widow of Richard Angell of Bromsberrow) and her daughters Elizabeth Angell and Anne Angell of the same, to Thomas Betteridge of Fillongley, tailor, of two closes at Bud End in the parish of Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/404  2 April 1683

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of Thomas Austine of Fillongley, nailer, to Anne Becke, daughter of Robert Becke of Fillongley, deceased, being a conveyance from Thomas Austine to Edward Becke of Fillongley, husbandman, and John Cudd of Fillongley, husbandman, of two closes in Fillongley called Broom Field and Long Slang; to hold for the lives of the said Thomas Austine and his intended wife, with remainder to their heirs.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/405-6  22 August 1684

Contents:
Mortgage from William Avery the younger of Fillongley, gent., to Thomas Holbeche of the same, gent., of two closes in Fillongley, called the Birches and Calves Croft, to secure the repayment of £20.
With counterpart.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/407  11 April 1685

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of Thomas Beck the younger of Fillongley, cooper, son and heir of Thomas Beck the elder of the same, cooper, to Anne Grew of Upton, daughter of Dorothy Grew of the same, widow, being a conveyance from Thomas Beck the elder and Thomas Beck the younger to George Ball of Arley, yeoman, and Edward Priest of Fillongley, gent., of a messuage and four closes of land in Fillongley; to hold in trust to the use of Thomas Beck the elder for life, with remainder to Thomas Beck the younger, Anne his intended wife, and their issue.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/408-9  1 and 2 October 1686

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., surviving trustee of the will of Edward Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., dated 30 December 1670, to Martin Holbeche of Meriden, gent., for £230, of a moiety of a parcel of land in Fillongley, called Bury Field.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/410-11  1 and 2 April 1687

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Martin Holbeche to Thomas Holbeche, for £230, of the premises in Fillongley described in nos. 408-9.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/412  28 June 1688

Contents:
Agreement between William Brierly of Fillongley, gent., and Martha his wife, and Thomas Holbeche of the same, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, for the partition between them of Bury Field (formerly held in common between them but now to be held in severalty) with Theodore Sadler and Edward Priest of Fillongley, gents., as trustees.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/412a  29 June 1691

Contents:
Administration of the goods of Henry Oughton late of Fillongley, granted by the bishop of Lichfield and Coventry to his sister, Anne Wright, widow.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/413-4  5 and 6 August 1691


Related information: See no. DR 18/1/404.

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release from Thomas Austin of Fillongley, nailer, and Anne his wife, and William Normansell of Great Packington, gent., and Mary his wife, to Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., for £40, of a close in Fillongley called Long Close.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/415-7  20 September 1691

Contents:
Lease from Henry Smyth of Coventry, gent., to Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., of a cottage at Church End, Fillongley, for 21 years at an annual rent of 15 shillings.
With counterpart, and note of 'disbursements about the repare of the cottage', 1691.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/418-9  28 January 1691/2

Contents:
Deed poll under the hands of Thomas Austin and William Normansell, confirming to Thomas Holbeche, for a further £6 10s 0d, the freehold of the premises in Fillongley described in nos. 413-4.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/420-1  2 May 1692


Related information: See no. DR 18/1/321.

Contents:
Mortgage from Elizabeth Hall of Fillongley, widow, to Thomas Holbeche of a close of land called Further Oldstone at Green End in Fillongley, to secure £50.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/422  15 August 1692

Contents:
Conveyance from Elizabeth Erpe of Fillongley, widow, to her son William Erpe of the same, rakemaker, for £30, of two closes and a barn and cowhouse in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/423-5  5 and 6 May 1693


Related information: See nos. DR 18/1/321, 420-1.

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Elizabeth Hall, widow of William Hall (daughter of Samson Butler, late of Fillongley, blacksmith, and lately called Elizabeth Heath, alias Capper) to Thomas Holbeche, for £105, of two closes in Fillongley called Oldstone Hills.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/426-8  29 March 1694

Contents:
Probate of the will, dated 15 August 1692, of Elizabeth Erpe of Fillongley, widow, with bequest to: her sons, Thomas and Richard of 'but one shilling' as they are already provided for; her daughter, Elizabeth wife of Thomas Mathews, some personal effects; to her son, William, two closes and a barn and cowhouse in Fillongley (see no. 422); to her daughter Anne £20; and to her son George her house and other land in Fillongley.
With inventory, dated 6 January 1693/4, and copy lease, dated 24 March 1693/4, from George Erpe to William Erpe of the messuage in Fillongley, for two years a rent of £3 6s 8d.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/428a  2 April 1694

Contents:
Receipt from John Wright of Higham on the Hill, co. Leics., weaver, and Anne his wife (formerly Anne Earpe) to George Earpe, for £20, being the sum bequeathed to the said Anne by her mother, Elizabeth Earpe.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/429  5 May 1694

Contents:
Mortgage from Thomas Beck of Fillongley, cooper, to Henry Brierley of Oldbury in Mancetter, husbandman, of two closes of land in Fillongley, part of the Widefield, to secure £40.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/430-1  20 July 1694

Contents:
Mortgage from Thomas Beck, son and heir of Thomas Beck, to Thomas Holbeche, of a messuage and three closes in Fillongley to secure £80.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/432  20 September 1694

Contents:
Lease from Martin Holbeche of Fillongley, gent. (administrator of the estate of the late Francis Holbeche during the minority of his eldest son, Edward Holbeche) and Humphrey Harper of Meriden, gent., to Joseph White of Fillongley, husbandman, of a capital messuage in Fillongley, called the White House, with divers closes (named) thereto belonging, and two cottages for six years at an annual rent of £72.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/433  23 March 1694/5

Contents:
Mortgage from Elizabeth Hall of Fillongley, widow, to William Avery of Coventry, gent., of a messuage in Fillongley near the church, to secure £10.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/434  27 April 1695

Contents:
Mortgage from John Swift of Astley, butcher, and Dorothy his wife (eldest daughter of Thomas Whadcocke, late of Fillongley, gent., deceased) to Thomas Brookes of Fillongley, baker, of Field Close at Woodend in Fillongley, to secure £50.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/435-436a  4 and 5 August 1695

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release from Thomas Beck of Fillongley, cooper, to Thomas Holbeche, of three closes in Fillongley called the Hills, Church End Corner and Hilly Greaves, to secure £50.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/437  28 October 1695

Contents:
Bond from Elizabeth Hall to Thomas Holbeche in the penal sum of £6 to secure the repayment of £3.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/438-438a  13 and 14 March 1695/6

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from George Erpe (son of Thomas and Elizabeth Erpe) and John Taylor of Shustoke, cordwinder, (brother of Thomas Taylor late of the same, deceased) to Henry Dotten of Clements Inn, co. Middx., gent., for £60, of a messuage and land in Fillongley, bequeathed to George Erpe by his mother (no. 426) and a messuage and lands in Shustoke, to hold to the intent that a recovery be had against him of the said premises to the use of Thomas Holbech.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/439-40  16 and 17 March 1694/5

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from George Erpe to Thomas Holbeche for £60, of the premises in Fillongley described in nos. 438, 438a.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/441  9 March 1696/7

Contents:
Assignment from Henry Brierly of Oldbury in Mancetter, husbandman, with the consent of Thomas Becke of Fillongley, cooper, to Thomas Holbeche and his trustee (Martin Holbeche of Fillongley, gent.) for £44, of a mortgage, dated 5 May 1694 (no. 429), of the premises in Fillongley therein described.
Bond enclosed.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/441a  21 December 1697

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release (lease missing) from Thomas Butler of Bentley, yeoman, and his son, Thomas Butler of Fillongley, yeoman, and Mary his wife, to William Dugdale of Blyth Hall in Shustoke, esq., for £190, of a messuage in Fillongley called Sadlers and several closes (described) thereto belonging.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/442-3  25 March 1698

Contents:
Conveyance from Thomas Beck to Thomas Holbeche, in consideration of mortgage debts of £50 and £44 (see nos. 435, 441) and a further sum of £16 10s 0d, of two closes in Fillongley called the Hills and Churchend Corner.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/444  26 March 1698

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Holbeche to Thomas Becke, of two closes in Fillongley called the Hills and Churchend Corner, for 21 years at an annual rent of £5 10s 0d.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/445  21 January 1698/9

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine between Martin Whadcock of Sutton Coldfield, apothecary, and Beale his wife of the first part, Thomas Beck of Fillongley, cooper, and Elizabeth his wife of the second part, Thomas Holbeche of the third part and Poulet Holbeche of Fillongley, his eldest son of the fourth part, concerning closes in Fillongley called the Hills and Church End Corner, sold by Thomas Beck and Elizabeth his wife on 25 March 1698 (no. 442), a close in Fillongley called the Marle Field, sold by Martin Whadcocke and Beale his wife to Thomas Holbeche on 24 March 1697/8, and a messuage with three closes in Fillongley mortgaged by Thomas Beck and Elizabeth his wife to Thomas Holbeche on 20/21 January 1698/9 (nos. 446-7).

Fillongley  DR 18/1/446-7  20 and 21 January 1698/9

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release from Thomas Beck and Elizabeth his wife to Poulet Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., of a messuage and three closes of land in Fillongley, to secure £50.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/448  27 October 1699

Contents:
Administration of the goods of John Hall of Fillongley, deceased, granted by the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield to his widow, Joyce Hall.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/449-50  1 and 2 October 1700

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from William Brierley of Fillongley, gent., and John Sadleir of Fillongley, gent., (son and heir of Peter Sadleir, late of Edgbaston, gent., deceased, and nephew and heir of Thomas Sadleir, gent., deceased, son and heir of Montagu Sadleir, late of Fillongley, gent.), to Thomas Holbeche for £241 1s 6d, of closes in Fillongley called Damfield, Little Meadow and Webbs Meadow and parcels of land in Mill Field.
See nos. 319-20.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/451-3  1 and 2 October 1700

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from William Brierley and Martha his wife to Thomas Holbeche, gent., for £285, of their part of a field in Fillongley called Berryfield.
See no. 412.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/454  Hilary Term 1701

Contents:
Fine between Thomas Holbeche, gent., Martin Holbeche, Richard Smith and Robert Gilbert, plaintiffs, and William Brierley and Martha his wife, John Sadler, William Hall and Mary his wife, William Read and John --- and Mary his wife, deforciants, of property in Fillongley, Shustoke and Nuneaton.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/455  27 March 1701

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release (lease missing) from Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., to Thomas Holbeche of Coventry, ironmonger, for £55, of parcels of land in Millfield, Fillongley.
See nos. 449-50.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/456-7  22 July 1702

Contents:
Deed poll under the hands of Thomas Beck of Fillongley, cooper, and Elizabeth his wife, quitclaiming to Poulett Holbeche, for £20, his right in premises in Fillongley described in nos. 446-7.
With counterpart.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/457a  5 November 1702

Contents:
Letter from John Wright to Thomas Holbeche at Fillongley concerning the progress of various legal actions; viz. Townsend v Townsend, Avery v Smith and Powlet v Browne.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/458-9  22 March 1702/3

Contents:
Lease from Richard Smith of Fillongley, yeoman, to Vincent Eagles of the same, husbandman, of a messuage and several closes in Fillongley for three years at an annual rent of £30.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/460  7 July 1703

Contents:
Mortgage from Martin Whadcock of Birmingham, apothecary, to Elizabeth Whadcock of Coleshill, spinster, of two closes called the Mary Averyes in Fillongley, occupied with a house called the Pinfold, to secure £60.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/461  18 October 1703

Contents:
Mortgage from Richard Smith of Fillongley, yeoman, to Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., of three closes in Fillongley called Thorney Parke, the Marlefield and the Slang, to secure £80.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/462-3  23 December 1703

Contents:
Mortgage from Anne Greene, (widow of Job Greene of Fillongley and formerly widow of Martin Whadcock of Fillongley, second son of Martin Whadcock) and Martin Whadcock her son, to Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., of a messuage in Fillongley called the Pinfold and several closes belonging thereto (including those described in no. 460) to secure £100.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/464-5  22 and 23 June 1704

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release from Richard Smith to Thomas Holbeche the younger, of the premises in Fillongley described in no.461, to secure £40.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/466  Trinity Term 1704

Contents:
Fine between Thomas Holbeche, gent., plaintiff, and Thomas Armestead, gent., and Ann his wife and Richard Smith, deforciants, of premises in Fillongley.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/467  1 December 1704

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine (no.466) between Thomas Armestead of Coventry, gent., and Anne his wife, Richard Smith of Coleshill, yeoman, and Thomas Holbeche the elder, namely that a messuage and closes of land in Fillongley demised by the said Thomas Armestead and Anne his wife to Thomas Holbeche on 23 June 1704, shall be held to the use of Thomas Holbeche for 500 years; that the premises described in nos. 464-5 shall be held to the use of Thomas Holbeche for ever; and that premises in the tenure of Vincent Eagles shall be held to the use of Richard Smith.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/468-9  20 December 1704

Contents:
Release from Richard Smith and Sarah his wife to Thomas Holbeche the elder and Thomas Holbeche the younger, for outstanding mortgage debts (see nos. 461, 464-5) and a further £96 3s 0d, of all their right in the premises in Fillongley described in no. 461.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/470  14 March 1705

Contents:
Lease from Katherine Meades of Fillongley, widow, to John Morteboys of Shustoke, husbandman, of a messuage and seven closes (named) at Metley End, Fillongley, and three other closes in Fillongley demised to Elizabeth Meades by Thomas Holbeche on 24 August 1700; to hold the messuage and seven closes for 21 years at an annual rent of £21, and the three closes for 15 years at an annual rent of £12.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/471-2  28 and 29 March 1706


Related information: See also DR 18/17/11/8

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Anne Greene of Coventry, widow, and Martin Whadcocke of Cheadle, co. Staffs., esq., and Beale his wife, to the Honorable Edward Leigh, for £240, of a messuage in Fillongley called Pinfold and several closes thereto belonging; to hold subject to the mortgages described in nos. 460, 462.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/473  29 March 1706

Contents:
Assignment from Elizabeth Holbeche of Fillongley, widow of Thomas Holbeche, gent., at the request of Anne Green and Martin Whadcocke and Beale his wife to the Honourable Edward Leigh, esq., and his trustee (Thomas Burgh of Coventry, esq.) for £100, of a term of years created by a mortgage of 23 December 1703 (no. 462).

Fillongley  DR 18/1/474-474a  15 March 1708/9

Contents:
Lease from the Honourable Edward Leigh of Fillongley, esq., to Mathias Baker of Allesley, husbandman, of a messuage called the Dale House in Fillongley with several closes thereto belonging, for 21 years at an annual rent of £42.
With bond.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/475  1 September 1710

Contents:
Bond from Humfrey Harper of Meriden, yeoman, to Elizabeth Holbeche of Fillongley, widow, in £120 to secure repayment of £58 16s 0d.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/476  6 September 1710

Contents:
Demise from the Honorable Edward Leigh of Farwell, co. Staffs., esq., to his mother-in-law, Elizabeth Holbeche of Fillongley, widow of Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., (in consideration of the settlement made on his marriage to her daughter Mary) of a messuage and closes in Fillongley, for 99 years at a peppercorn rent.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/477  20 April 1716

Contents:
Bond from Humfrey Harper to Elizabeth Holbeche in the penal sum of £100, to secure by annual payments the sum of £164 1s 0d.

Fillongley  DR 18/1/478  22 December 1718

Contents:
Lease from Edward Lord Leigh to Judith Dugdale of Halloughton, widow, of a messuage and fifteen closes in Fillongley, to hold for life at the annual rent of £40 2s 10½d.

Foleshill  [no ref. or date]

Foleshill  DR 18/1/479  10 June 1582

Contents:
Bond from Robert Bristowe of Foleshill, clerk, to William Cole of Stretton-on-Fosse, and George Cole of Combe, yeoman, in the penal sum of £90 to keep covenants contained in indentures of even date.

Foleshill  DR 18/1/480  26 June 1686

Contents:
Mortgage from Mathew Smith of the Inner Temple, London, gent., to Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., of the tithes of Foleshill, to secure £280.

Hampton-in-Arden  [no ref. or date]

Hampton-in-Arden  DR 18/1/481  1539-40

Contents:
Minister's accounts for the rectory of Hampton, late belonging to the dissolved priory of Kenilworth, including income from lands etc. in Hampton-in-Arden, Temple Balsall and Knowle.

Harborough Magna  [no ref. or date]

Harborough Magna  DR 18/1/482  30 March 1681

Contents:
Lease from Adolphus Oughton of Fillongley, esq., to Edward Wale of Sowe, husbandman, of the manor house of Great Harborough with land in the open fields and divers closes, for nine years at an annual rent of - - - [left blank].

Harborough Magna  DR 18/1/483  1683

Contents:
Lease from Adolphus Oughton to John Stoneley of Brinklow, yeoman, of the premises in Great Harborough described in no. 482, for 21 years at an annual rent of £80.
Unexecuted.

Hatton  [no ref. or date]

Hatton  DR 18/1/484  10 April 1661

Contents:
Lease from Robert Burgoyne of Greenwich, co. Kent., gent., to William White of Haseley, and John Mallery and Richard Oadhams of Hatton, yeoman, of two closes and a barn in Hatton, for 21 years at an annual rent of £36.

Henley-in-Arden  [no ref. or date]

Henley-in-Arden  DR 18/1/485  2 April 1631

Contents:
Assignment from William Williams, Robert Mitchell, Walter Markes and Robert Marsh, citizens of London, to Thomas Bowyer citizen and grocer of London, of a lease dated 15 June 1624, from James I to Sir Henry Hobart, Sir James Fullerton, Sir John Walter and Sir Thomas Trevor (for the benefit of the then Prince of Wales) of the manor of Henley in Arden, alias Beaudesert, for 99 years, at an annual rent of £28, which lease was assigned to William Williams, Robert Mitchell, Walter Markes and Robert Marsh on 16 May 1628.

Henley-in-Arden  DR 18/1/486  2 April 1631

Contents:
Conveyance from Edward Ditchfeild, salter, John Highford, skinner, Humfrey Clarke, dyer and Francis Mosse, scrivener (all citizens of London) to John Cordell, citizen and grocer of London, of the manor of Henley-in-Arden, alias Beaudesert with all appurtenances (except the mills and certain rents); to hold of the crown, as of the manor of East Greenwich, at an annual rent of £28.

Hodnell  [no ref. or date]

Hodnell  DR 18/1/487  19 August 1614

Contents:
Exemplification of an Order in Chancery, dated 22 June 1612, in a suit between Thomas Gibbes, esq., of Hodnell and Margaret his wife (sister and co-heir of Robert Wilkes, esq.) plaintiffs, and Sir William Kingesmill and Lady Anne his wife, Erasmus Dreyden and Frances his wife (which said Anne and Frances were the other sisters of Robert Wilkes), Sir Henry Kingesmill and John Dreyden, defendants, concerning the manor of Hodnell and lands in Hodnell, Ascott, Hooks End, Whittington and Radbourne.
Great seal.

Honiley  [no ref. or date]

Honiley  DR 18/1/488  21 June 1582

Contents:
Conveyance from Thomas Leighe of Stoneleighe, esq., High Sheriff of the County of Warwick, to Antony Dockwraye, gent., for £60 of the residue of a lease, dated 1 March 1552/3, from Sir Thomas Palmer to William Hill, gent., of the manor of Honiley; which lease had descended on the latter's death to his sons, Edward Hill, Thomas Hill and Francis Hill, and from whose estate Thomas Leighe, as sheriff, had been required to levy £373 6s 8d.

Honiley  DR 18/1/489  4 December 1585

Contents:
Grant from Robert Earl of Leicester to Master and Brethren of his hospital in Warwick of an annual rent of £20 from the profits of the manor of Honiley.

Hunningham  [no ref. or date]

Hunningham  DR 18/1/490  10 March 1692/3

Contents:
Mortgage from Thomas Lord Leigh and his trustee the Honorable George Watson of London, esq., to Richard Smith of the parish of St. James, co. Middx., esq., of the manor and rectory of Hunningham, with lands in Hunningham, Eathorp and Wappenbury to secure £1000.

Hunningham  DR 18/1/491-2  12 May 1693

Contents:
Mortgage from Thomas Lord Leigh and his trustees (the Honorable George Watson and the Honorable Thomas Watson of Tidmington, co. Worcs., esqs.) to Dame Anne Knightley, widow of Sir Richard Knightley, late of Fawsley, co. Northants., of the premises described in no. 490, to secure £1000.
With bond.

Itchington, Bishops  [no ref. or date]

Itchington, Bishops  DR 18/1/493  17 February 1605/6

Contents:
Confirmation from Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh to Thomas Cox of Bishops Itchington, gent., of the manor of Nether Itchington in Bishops Itchington and the land belonging thereto, reciting:
i) 8 February 1601/2: conveyance from Sir Thomas Leigh and John Temple esq., to John Fisher, Thomas Wagstaff, Richard Venor and Edward Murcott, gentlemen, of premises in Bishops Itchington, Avon Dassett, Ashorne, Chesterton, Claverdon, Whitnash and Radford.
ii) 20 June 1602: conveyance from Thomas Wagstaff, Richard Vener and Edward Murcott to John Fisher of premises in Tachbrooke, Bishops Itchington, Chadshunt and Stivichall.
iii) 30 January 1603/4: conveyance from John Fisher to Thomas Cox of the manor of Nether Itchington and premises in Bishops Itchington, Gaydon, Avon Dassett, Ashorne, Claverdon, Whitnash, Chesterton, Radford, Ladbrooke, Harbury, Northend and Napton.
iv) 13 January 1605/6: conveyance from John Fisher to Thomas Lapworth, yeoman, of the manor of Upper Itchington in Bishops Itchington.

Itchington, Bishops  DR 18/1/494  17 February 1605/6

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Sir Thomas Leigh confirming to Thomas Cox the manor of Nether Itchington.

Itchington, Long  [no ref. or date]

Itchington, Long  DR 18/1/495  6 April 1389

Contents:
Mandate from Richard [Scrope] bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, admitting the prior and convent of Hertford into possession of the tithes of Long Itchington.

Itchington, Long  DR 18/1/496  26 March 1663

Contents:
Assignment from Thomas Lord Leigh to Samuel Holbech of Bascote in the parish of Long Itchington, gent., of a lease, dated 30 January 1648/9, from the feoffees of the revenues and lands belonging to the town of Walsall to Christopher Leigh, esq., of the manor and lands of Bascote, for 99 years at an annual rent of £6.

Itchington, Long  DR 18/1/497  26 March 1663

Contents:
Assignment from Thomas Lord Leigh to Samuel Holbech of a lease, dated 30 January 1648/9, between the parties described in no. 496, of a cottage and lands in Bascote, for 99 years at an annual rent of £10.

Itchington, Long  DR 18/1/498  15 March 1678/9

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh to Robert Boddington of Whitnash yeoman, of the mansion house at Long Itchington, now or late in the tenure of Sir Richard Newdegate, Bart., for seven years at the annual rent of £119.

Kenilworth  [no ref. or date]

Kenilworth  DR 18/1/499  5 July 1560

Contents:
Bond from William Braban of Kenilworth, gent., to Anthony Throckmorton, citizen and mercer of London, in the penal sum of £40, to save harmless the said Anthony Throckmorton and John Colmer, grocer, and --- Lane, citizens of London.

Kenilworth  DR 18/1/500-1  20 July 1585

Contents:
Bargain and sale from George Taylor of Sutton under Brailes, husbandman, and Margery his wife (daughter and heir of Nicholas Byrcheley, late of Kenilworth, husbandman) to Robert Earl of Leicester, for £26 13s 4d, of a close called Little Hayes in Kenilworth.
With bond.

Kenilworth  DR 18/1/502  2 July 1597

Contents:
Bond, under the seal of the Statute Staple of the City of Coventry, from William Leighton of Kenilworth, esq., Robert Harecourt, esq. (son and heir apparent of Walter Harecourt, knight) and Simon Wiseman of the Inner Temple, London, gent., to Richard Chamberlayne, citizen and ironmonger of London, in £200.

Kenilworth  DR 18/1/503  18 March 1618/9

Contents:
Judgement of Robert Masher, on behalf of Thomas Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, in a suit between John Bust, vicar of Kenilworth and Richard Rice of Hampton-in-Arden.
Fine notorial mark of Edmund Johnson.

Kenilworth  DR 18/1/504  28 December 1653

Contents:
Copy will of Robert Hudson of Crewe in Kenilworth, yeoman, bequeathing to his son Nicholas all his tenements in Kenilworth, Ashow and Stoneleigh, charged with money legacies to his younger sons, Robert, Edmund and William Hudson, and his daughters, Mary and Anne Hudson; and to his wife, Anne, the residue of his goods and chattels.

Kenilworth  DR 18/1/505  15 February 1730/1

Contents:
Articles of agreement between John Jackman of Leek Wootton, clerk (on behalf of Henry Earl of Clarendon and Rochester) and Henry Perks of Honiley, yeoman, concerning a lease of Kingswood Farm in Kenilworth, for 21 years at the annual rent of £70.

Kingsbury  [no ref. or date]

Kingsbury  DR 18/1/505a-b  1 December 1668

Contents:
Deed between Daniel Watson of Burton-on-Trent, co. Staffs., esq., and William Lee of Ashbourne, co. Derby, gent., of the one part, and Thomas Alsopp of Kingsbury, gent., to declare the uses of a fine, namely that ground known as the Middle Field in Kingsbury shall be held to the use of Thomas Alsopp, but charged with his debts and those of his son, George Alsopp.
With counterpart.

Kingsbury  DR 18/1/505c-d  Trinity Term 1674

Contents:
Fine between Dorothy Farmer, widow, plaintiff, and Thomas Alsopp, gent., and Mary his wife, and George Alsopp, gent., their son, deforciants, of premises in Kingsbury.
With counterpart.

Kingsbury, Hurley in  [no ref. or date]

Kingsbury, Hurley in  DR 18/1/506  7 February 1617/8

Contents:
Exemplification of a fine, dated Hilary Term 1617/8, between Alice Farington, widow, plaintiff, and John Oaters, alias Oathurst, and Bridget his wife, deforciants, of premises in Foul End, Hurley and Kingsbury.

Kingsbury, Hurley in  DR 18/1/507  17 August 1694

Contents:
?Conveyance by lease and release (release missing) from Walter Smith of Castle Bromwich, yeoman, and Grace his wife, and John Smith, their son, to Thomas Holbech and Edward Priest, both of Fillongley, gents., of a cottage and two closes, and a moiety of a messuage and closes, in Hurley and Kingsbury.

Kingsbury, Whateley in  [no ref. or date]

Kingsbury, Whateley in  DR 18/1/508  1698

Contents:
Draft quitclaim from Timothy Rolston, yeoman, and Anne his wife (daughter and co-heir of Thomas Snape, late of Whateley, husbandman) and Mary Atwells, widow (the other co-heir of the said Thomas Snape) to Thomas Willington of Whateley, gent., for £40, of all their right in a messuage and lands in Whateley and Kingsbury, mortgaged by Thomas Snape to Thomas Willington (grandfather of the said Thomas Willington) on 10 April 1654.

Kirby, Monks, Little Walton in  [no ref. or date]

Kirby, Monks, Little Walton in  DR 18/1/509  30 October 1624

Contents:
Mortgage from Thomas Ballard of Little Walton, husbandman, and his trustees (Thomas Pallmer and William Johnson of Little Walton, labourers) to William Wright of Willey, yeoman, and William Bosworth of Little Walton, yeoman, of a lease, dated 1 November 1609, from Edward Seymour, Earl of Hertford, to the said Thomas Ballard of a messuage and half yardland in Walton, part of the manor of Monks Kirby.

Lawford, Church  [no ref. or date]

Lawford, Church  DR 18/1/510  8 October 1593

Contents:
Bond from James Harrington of Ridlington, co. Rutland, esq., to Dame Alice Leigh of Stoneleigh, widow, in the penal sum of £500, to secure an annuity of £80 16s 3½d charged on the manors of Church Lawford, Long Lawford, Churchover and Kingswinford, co. Staffs., and lands in the same and Shawell, co. Leics., Newton, Rugby, Wolston, Newbold, Cosford and Walcot; which premises she, as tenant for life, had released to her son, William Leigh on 25 September last.

Maxstoke  [no ref. or date]

Maxstoke  DR 18/1/511  1 May 1618

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of William Poulett, son and heir of William Poulett of Cottles, co. Wilts., to Susanna Saltonstall, daughter of Sir Richard Saltonstall of South Ockenden, knight, being an agreement to levy fines; one between Sir Richard Saltonstall and Richard Saltonstall, his son and heir, plaintiffs, and William Poulett, deforciant, of the manor of Maxstoke and lands in Shustoke, Fillongley and Bentley; and the other between William Poulett, plantiff, and Sir Richard Saltonstall and Richard Saltonstall, deforciants, of the manor of Cottles Atworth, co.Wilts., and lands in Cottles Atworth and Bradford, co. Wilts.

Maxstoke  DR 18/1/511a  20 March 1698/9

Contents:
Apprenticeship indenture of Orton, 'a bastard mann child begotten of the body of Elizabeth Millward by William Becke, servant mann of Maxstoke', to William Walton of Coleshill, tailor, with the consent of the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the parish of Maxstoke.

Maxstoke  DR 18/1/512  13 June 1702

Contents:
Mortgage from Thomas Hollyer the younger late of Stoke Golding but now of Bassett House, co. Leics., husbandman, to Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., of a cottage in Maxstoke, to secure £15.

Maxstoke  DR 18/1/513  26 September 1704

Contents:
?Conveyance by lease and release (release missing) from Anne Daniell of Fillongley, widow, to Warde Dilke of Maxstoke Castle, esq., and William Dugdale of Blyth Hall, esq., of the manor of Maxstoke Priory, with lands and appurtenances in Maxstoke, Shustoke, Bentley and Fillongley, and the manor of Nosterfield, co. Cambs., and lands in Nosterfield and Shudycamps.

Maxstoke  DR 18/1/514-5  14 and 15 December 1704

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Thomas Hollyer to Thomas Holbeche for £25, of the cottage in Maxstoke described in no. 512.

Maxstoke  DR 18/1/516-7  1 December 1710

Contents:
Assignment from Thomas Wentworth of Wentworth Woodhouse, co. York, and his trustee (Sir John Conyers of Bramshill, co. Hants.) to John Conyers of the Middle Temple, London, esq., for £5000, of the manor of Maxstoke, with lands in Maxstoke, Shustoke, Bentley and Fillongley, and the manor of Nosterfield, co. Cambs., mortgaged by Edward Lord Leigh to Thomas Wentworth on 9 March 1708, to raise part of the marriage portion due to Anne, eldest daughter of Thomas Lord Leigh, deceased, under a settlement of 5 September 1705.

Maxstoke  DR 18/1/518  October 1736

Contents:
Copy writ of covenant concerning an impending fine between Thomas Leigh, esq., and Edward Lord Leigh and Mary his wife, of the manor and rectory of Maxstoke, with a writ 'dedimus potestatem' to commissioners to take an acknowledgment of the fine. The acknowledgment is unsigned.

Meriden  [no ref. or date]

Meriden  DR 18/1/519  11 March 1692/3

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release (lease missing) from William West of Meriden, husbandman, to Martin Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., of a croft in Meriden called Lucas Grove, to secure £20.

Meriden  DR 18/1/520  3 September 1700

Contents:
Conveyance from the Mayor, Bailiffs and Commonalty of the City of Coventry to Humphrey Harper of Meriden, woodmonger, for £60, of a newly erected messuage in Meriden Street, Meriden.

Meriden  DR 18/1/521  16 August 1704

Contents:
Mortgage from Humphrey Harper to Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., of the messuage in Meriden described in no. 520, to secure £164. 1s 0d.

Meriden  DR 18/1/522  28 April 1714

Contents:
Conveyance from Elizabeth Holbeche (widow of Mathew Holbech of Meriden, esq.) Elizabeth Holbeche, spinster, William Halford of Halford, gent., and Anne his wife, and Anthony Bloxam of Aston Subedge, co. Glos., and Sarah his wife (which Elizabeth, Anne and Sarah are the daughters and co-heirs of the said Mathew Holbeche) to Martin Baldwyn of Shrewsbury, co. Salop., esq., for £120 of the site of the manor or capital messuage of Alspath, alias Meriden, with closes (described) in Meriden.

Nuneaton and Allesley  [no ref. or date]

Nuneaton and Allesley  DR 18/1/523-4  26 April 1639

Contents:
Settlement under the will of William Alcott and on the marriage of John Alcott of Stockingford, gent., being a conveyance from Christine Alcott, widow of the said William Alcott, and John Alcott and Roger Alcott of Stockingford, gents., their sons, to Richard Forest of Deritend, gent., William Alcott of Stockingford, gent., and John Jefferye of Aston, yeoman, of a messuage and thirty acres of land in Nuneaton, and messuages in Stockingford and Astley; to hold, as to the messuages in Stockingford and Astley, to the use of Roger Alcott, and, as to the messuages in Nuneaton, one moiety to the use of Christine Alcott for life, with remainder to her son, John Alcott and his wife Elizabeth, and the other moiety to the use of John Alcott and Elizabeth his wife, for lives.
With counterpart.

Nuneaton and Allesley  DR 18/1/525  26 April 1639

Contents:
Declaration by Richard Forest, William Alcott and John Jefferye, acknowledging that the premises in Nuneaton limited to the lives of Christine Alcott, John Alcott and Elizabeth Alcott shall remain to the use of the heirs of the said John Alcott.

Nuneaton and Allesley  DR 18/1/526  30 August 1642

Damaged

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Roger Alcott of Ansley, yeoman, conveying to Robert Silvester of Thickbroom, co. Salop., yeoman, and John Alcott of Stockingford, gent., a messuage and closes in Stockingford, a cottage in Nuneaton, a messuage in Fillongley, called the Dale House with lands thereto belonging, and a messuage in Allesley, to hold to the use of the said Roger Alcott for life with remainder to his wife Katherine, should she survive him, and to their issue.

Nuneaton and Allesley  DR 18/1/527  26 March 1648

Contents:
Copy will of Roger Alcott of Stockingford, yeoman, bequeathing his house on Astley Common and his house and land in Stockingford to the child that Katherine his wife 'is greate withall' should it be a boy, and, if a girl, then the said messuages to be divided between his three daughters; bequeathing twenty shillings to the poor of Stockingford; and the residue of his real and personal estate, including a wood at Fillongley, to his wife, Katherine.

Nuneaton and Allesley  DR 18/1/528  15 September 1674

Contents:
Bond from Roger Alcott of Stockingford, gent., and Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., to Robert Barefoote of Ansley, in the penal sum of £37 to secure the repayment of £18 12s 0d.

Packwood  [no ref. or date]

Packwood  DR 18/1/529-30  Easter Term 1680

Contents:
Fine between Richard Holmes, gent., and John Hopkins, plaintiffs, and Thomas Lucy, esq., deforciant, of premises in Packwood, Henley-in-Arden, Whitley, Wootton Wawen, Preston Bagot, Beaudesert, Shrewley, Hatton and Rowington.
With copy.

Packwood  DR 18/1/531  10 May 1680


Related information: See nos. DR 18/1/542-3, for one of the conveyances included in this fine.

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine between Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., of the first part, William Holmes of Henley-in-Arden, gent., and John Hopkins of the same, ironmonger, of the second part, and Thomas Archer of Tanworth, esq., Thomas Greene of Packwood, yeoman, and Sarah his wife, John Walton of Packwood, husbandman, William Lawrence of Charlecote, gent., John Haynes of Henley-in-Arden, baker, Joshua Knight of Whitley, in Wootton Wawen, yeoman, William Randoll of Preston Bagot, gent., Abraham Geydon of the same, husbandman, Millicent Yates of the same, widow, Clement Clarke of the same, yeoman, Benjamin Reeve of Rowington, yeoman, Samuel Lawrence of Harbury, clerk, and Ralph Gilbert of Rowington, weaver, concerning messuages, cottages and land in Packwood, messuages, a cottage, barn and land in Henley-in-Arden, a cottage in Beaudesert, a cottage and lands in Whitley in the parish of Wootton Wawen, messuages, coppices and lands in Preston Bagot, lands in Shrewley, Hatton and Rowington, and the advowson of Preston Bagot; the premises to be held to the use of the various parties (specified) of the third part.

Preston Bagot  [no ref. or date]

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/532  30 September 1629

Contents:
Bargain and sale from Thomas Hancoxe of Preston Bagot, gent., Fulk Hancoxe, gent., his son and heir apparent, and Dorothy Hancoxe, wife of the said Fulk, to Elizabeth Randoll, widow of John Randoll of Preston Bagot, for £450, of a messuage and lands (specified) at Hazelholt Green and Preston Bagot.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/533  Easter Term 1630

Contents:
Fine between Elizabeth Randoll, widow, plaintiff, and Fulk Hancox, gent., and Dorothy his wife, deforciants, of property in Preston Bagot.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/534  4 July 1635

Contents:
Covenant between Robert Randoll of Preston Bagot, yeoman, son of Elizabeth Randoll of the same, widow, and his brothers, John Randoll, citizen and grocer of London, and William Randoll of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., esq., of the one part, and Clement Tibbatts of Rowington, tanner, and John Holmes of Henley-in-Arden, tanner, of the other part, to levy a fine of a messuage and lands at Hazelholt Green and Preston Bagot (as in no. 532) in consideration of an intended marriage between Robert Randoll and Elizabeth daughter of Clement Tibbatts; which fine shall be in favour of Clement Tibbatts and John Holmes but to the use of Robert Randoll for life, with remainder to his intended wife, should she survive him, and then to their issue.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/535-6  Michaelmas Term 1635

Contents:
Fine between Clement Tibbatts and John Holmes, plaintiffs, and Robert Randoll, John Randoll and William Randoll, deforciants, of premises in Preston Bagot.
With counterpart.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/537-8  10 October 1637

Contents:
Covenant between Robert Randall of Preston Bagot, gent., and John Randall, citizen and ironmonger of London, on the one part, and Robert Tibbetts of Rowington, tanner, to levy a fine of a messuage and closes in Hazelholt Green and Preston Bagot as described in no. 532); which fine shall be in favour of Robert Tibbetts, but to the use of Robert Randall, with remainder to Elizabeth his wife, should she survive him, and then to their issue.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/539  6 November 1646

Contents:
Conveyance from William Williams of Preston Bagot, yeoman, and Mary his wife, to Rowland Wallington of Westington in Chipping Campden, co. Glos., miller, and Elizabeth his wife, for £74 2s 6d, of a messuage and close (described) in Preston Bagot.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/540  26 October 1671

Contents:
Probate of the will of Robert Randoll of Preston Bagot, gent., dated 5 August 1670, with bequests of property in Preston Bagot to his wife, Elizabeth, and his sons, Robert Randoll, William Randoll, Thomas Randoll, James Randoll and Joseph Randoll, and with bequests of personal estate to his daughter Elizabeth Bradnock, his son-in-law Robert Bradnock, his grandson, Robert Bradnock, and his brother, Thomas Randoll.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/541  20 December 1675

Contents:
Receipt from Thomas Randoll son of Robert Randoll, late of Preston Bagot, gent., deceased, to William Randoll, his brother, for the sum of £100, due to him as a condition of their father's will (no. 540).

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/542-3  25 and 26 March 1680

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, esq., son of Richard Lucy, esq., deceased, to William Randoll of Preston Bagot, gent., for £480, of seven closes of land (described) in Preston Bagot. For a covenant to declare the uses of a fine levied in respect of this conveyance, see no. 529.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/544-5  8 June 1680

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of William Randoll of Preston Bagot (son of Robert Randoll late of the same, deceased, by Elizabeth Randoll, his wife) to Mabel Savage, daughter of Richard Savage of Tachbrooke, gent., being a conveyance from the said Elizabeth Randoll and her sons, William Randoll, Robert Randoll, Thomas Randoll, James Randoll and Joseph Randoll, to the said Richard Savage and William Knight of the Middle Temple, gent., for £280, of a messuage and fourteen closes of land (viz. those comprised in nos. 532 and 542-3) in Preston Bagot and Hazelholt; to hold, as to part of the messuage and an £18 annuity charged on the closes, to the use of Elizabeth Randoll for life; and, as to the remainder of the premises, to the use of William Randoll for life, with remainder to his intended wife, Mabel, should she survive him and then to their issue.
With counterpart.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/546  16 September 1693

Contents:
Copy will of Rowland Wallington of Berrington in Chipping Campden, co. Glos., miller, with the following bequests:
i) To his daughter, Mary, wife of William Wilks, £10, and to William Wilks £10.
ii) To his daughter Anne, wife of John Hitchcox, a messuage in Chipping Campden.
iii) To his daughter, Sarah, wife of Samuel Smith, for life another messuage in the same, with remainder to their son, Samuel Smith.
iv) To his said daughter, his messuages and lands in Preston Bagot, for life, with remainder to her son, Rowland Smith and his issue, and for want of such to her son Samuel Smith, etc.
v) To his niece, Margaret Wallington, another messuage in Chipping Campden
vi) To his said daughter, his messuage and mill at Berrington for six years only, with remainder to his other daughters, Anne and Sarah.
vii) To other relatives (named) various personal bequests.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/547  25 March 1702

Contents:
Conveyance from John Haynes of Beaudesert, yeoman, to Oliver Williames of Claverdon, gent., for £61, of two coppices in Preston Bagot.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/548  23 February 1705/6

Contents:
Copy will of William Randall of Preston Bagot, gent., dated 19 January 1704/5, with the following bequests:
i) To his second daughter, Elizabeth Randall, a newly-erected house and specified closes in Rowington.
ii) To his youngest daughter, Mabel Randall, two closes in Preston Bagot.
iii) To his son, John Randall, a silver bowl and other personal effects.
iv) To his wife, Mabel, the residue of his personal estate.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/549  21 November 1711

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of John Randoll of Preston Bagot, gent., to Hannah Black, daughter of John Black of Tanworth, yeoman, being a conveyance from John Randoll to Robert Randoll of Preston Bagot, gent., and Henry Lea of Bushwood, yeoman, for £400, of a messuage, nine closes and three pieces of meadow (described) in Preston Bagot and Hazelholt Green; to hold to the use of John Randoll for life, with remainder to his intended wife Hannah Black, should she survive him, and their issue.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/549a  1629-1711

Contents:
Abstract of title to premises at Hazelholt Green and Preston Bagot, reciting deeds of:
i) 30 September 1629: nos. 532.
ii) Easter Term 1630: no. 533.
iii) 4 July 1635: no. 534.
iv) Michaelmas Term 1635: nos. 535-6.
v) 10 October 1637: nos. 537-8.
vi) 26 October 1671: no. 540.
vii) 20 December 1675: no. 541.
viii) 21 November 1711: no. 549.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/550-550a  22 and 23 June 1714

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from John Geydon of Preston Bagot, ploughwright, and Mary his wife, to John Hancock, of the same, blacksmith, and Elizabeth his wife, for £100, of a close called Bare Close and a piece of ground called Burstow Field, both in Preston Bagot, subject to a mortgage of 1 August 1707.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/551-4  12 and 13 June 1716

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Richard Williams of Hatton, gent., and Esther his wife, to John Randoll of Preston Bagot, gent., for £45 1s 6d, of a coppice in Preston Bagot containing three acres.
Attached: i) bond of even date, (553)
ii) Receipt from Thomas Walker of Deritend, cutler, and Elizabeth his wife (eldest daughter of Oliver Williams late of Claverdon, gent.) to Richard Williams of Claverdon, gent., for £140, being the sum due to the said Elizabeth under the will of her late father, dated 5 May 1702; 10 May 1709 (554).

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/554a  1702-16

Contents:
'Abstract of Mr. Randell's title to a coppice in Preston Bagot', reciting deeds of:
i) 25 March 1702: no. 547.
ii) 12 and 13 June 1716: nos. 551-2.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/555-6  3 and 4 February 1717/8

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Samuel Smith the elder of Chipping Campden, co. Glos., yeoman, and Sarah his wife, Rowland Smith of the same, and Mary his wife, Samuel Smith of Pebworth, co. Worcs., butcher, and Alice his wife, William Scrimshaw of London, poulterer and Elizabeth his wife, and Grace Smith of Chipping Campden, spinster (which said Rowland, Samuel, Elizabeth and Grace are the children of the said Samuel Smith the elder) to John Randoll of Preston Bagot, gent., for £130, of a messuage and close (described) in Preston Bagot.
See no. 546.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/557  Michaelmas Term 1718

Contents:
Fine between John Randall, plaintiff, and Samuel Smith the elder and Sarah his wife, Rowland Smith, Samuel Smith the younger and Alice his wife, William Scrimshaw and Elizabeth his wife, and Grace Smith, spinster, deforciants, of premises in Preston Bagot.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/558  29 September 1719

Contents:
Assignment from Edward Welchman of Lapworth, clerk, with the consent of John Gedon of Preston Bagot, ploughwright, to John Hancocke of the same, blacksmith, for £52 18s 0d, of a mortgage dated 1 August 1707, from Abraham Gedon (father of the said John) to Edward Welchman of a close called Bare Close, to secure £50; to hold to attend the freehold.
See nos. 550-550a.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/558a  17 May 1720

Contents:
Probate of the will of John Hancox of Preston Bagot, blacksmith, dated 30 March 1720, bequeathing his closes in Preston Bagot purchased from John Geydon (nos. 550-550a) to his wife, Elizabeth for life, with remainder to his 'kinsman' John Hancox, second son of his brother, Thomas Hancox, but charged with the payment of legacies to Thomas, William and Sarah Hancox, other children of the said Thomas.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/559  9 April 1729

Contents:
Mortgage from John Randoll of Preston Bagot, gent., to Charles Palmer of Ladbrooke, esq., of five closes in Preston Bagot, called Lords Fields, and two closes called Bakers Meadows, to secure £500.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/560-1  Easter Term 1729

Contents:
Fine between Charles Palmer, esq., plaintiff, and John Randoll, gent., deforciant, of premises in Preston Bagot.
With counterpart.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/562  13 March 1730/1

Contents:
Receipt from Thomas Hancock, junior, of Preston Bagot, blacksmith, to his brother, John Hancock for £10 due to him under the will of their uncle, John Hancock.
See no. 558a.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/563-563a  1 March 1731/2

Contents:
Mortgage from John Randoll of Preston Bagot, gent., to Henry Cooper of Rowington, tailor, of a messuage and close in Preston Bagot purchased of Samuel Smith and others (nos. 555-6) and a coppice in the same purchased of Richard Williams (nos. 551-2) to secure £100.
With bond.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/564  1646-1733

Contents:
Abstract of title to premises at Preston Bagot, reciting deeds of:
i) 6 November 1646: no. 539.
ii) 16 September 1693: no. 546.
iii) 3 and 4 February 1717: nos. 555-6.
iv) Michaelmas Term 1718: no.557.
v) 1 March 1731/2: no. 563
vi) 3 December 1733: nos. 565-6.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/565-8  3 December 1733

Contents:
Assignment from Henry Cooper, with the consent of John Randoll, to Edward Wilks of Beoley, co. Worcs., yeoman, for £100, of a mortgage of premises in Preston Bagot, dated 1 March 1731/2 (no. 563).
With counterpart, receipt and bond.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/569-70  2 February 1733/4

Contents:
Assignment from Charles Palmer of Ladbrooke, esq., with the consent of John Randoll to Edmund Makepeace of Solihull, gent., for £599, of a mortgage of premises in Preston Bagot, dated 9 April 1729 (no. 559), with a further charge from John Randoll to Edmund Makepeace of £101.
Bond enclosed.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/571  27 March 1736

Contents:
Receipt from William Hancocks of Preston Bagot, blacksmith, and Sarah Hancocks of the same, spinster, to John Hancocks of Hatton, blacksmith, their brother, for £10 apiece due to them under the will of their uncle, John Hancocks.
See no. 558a.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/572-3  24 December 1736

Contents:
Covenant between John Randoll of Preston Bagot, gentleman, and Thomas Welch of Wootton Wawen, gent., (for the better securing of the payment of the debts of the said John Randoll) to levy a fine of a messuage and nine closes and three meadows in Preston Bagot, to the use of the said Thomas Welch in trust to sell for the benefit of John Randoll's creditors.
Schedule of debts annexed.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/574-5  Hilary Term 1736/7

Contents:
Fine between Thomas Welch, gent., plaintiff, and John Randoll, deforciant, of premises in Preston Bagot.
With counterpart.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/576-7  12 and 13 May 1738

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Thomas Welch to John Randoll of the premises in Preston Bagot described in no. 572.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/578-80  15 and 16 May 1738

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from John Randoll to John Dovey of Clements Inn, co. Middx., gent., of the premises in Preston Bagot described in no. 572, to the intent that a recovery of the same be had against him by Robert Welch of Grove Park, gent., to the use, as to all the premises except Lords Fields and Bakers Meadow, of Thomas Welch in trust to sell for the benefit of creditors, and as to Lords Fields and Bakers Meadow, to the use of Edmund Makepeace of Solihull, gent., as security for a mortgage of 9 April 1729 (See nos. 559, 569).
Schedule of debts attached.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/581  Trinity Term 1738

Contents:
Exemplification of a recovery suffered by John Dovey in favour of Robert Welch, with John Randoll as vouchee, of premises in Preston Bagot.
Great seal.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/582  1736-1738

Contents:
Abstract of title to premises in Preston Bagot, reciting deeds of:
i) 24 December 1736: no. 572.
ii) Hilary Term 1736/7: nos. 574-5.
iii) 12 and 13 May 1738: nos. 576-7.
iv) 15 and 16 May 1738: nos. 578-9.
v) Trinity Term 1738: no. 581.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/583  14 June 1739

Contents:
Copy will of John Randoll of Preston Bagot, gent., dated 24 April 1739, bequeathing all his real estate to trustees (Richard Farmer of Stoneleigh, yeoman, and William Black of Tanworth, yeoman) in trust to sell, and after paying his debts, to divide the surplus between his daughters, Hannah Randoll and Elizabeth Randoll.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/584  1680-1739

Contents:
Abstract of title to premises in Preston Bagot, reciting deeds of:
i) 25 and 26 March 1680: nos. 542-3.
ii) Easter Term 1680: nos. 529-30.
iii) 10 May 1680: no. 531.
iv) 8 June 1680: no. 544.
v) 23 February 1705/6: no.548.
vi) 9 April 1729: no. 559.
vii) Easter Term 1729: nos. 560-1.
viii) 2 February 1733/4: nos. 569-70.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/585  18 June 1739

Contents:
Assignment from Edmund Makepeace of Solihull, gent., to William Baynton of the same, gent., for £712 15s 0d, of a mortgage, dated 9 April 1729, of premises in Preston Bagot (no. 559).

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/586-7  25 February 1739/40

Contents:
Mortgage from John Hancox of Rowington, blacksmith, and Mary his wife to John Shakespeare of Hatton, blacksmith, of a close in Preston Bagot called Bare Close to secure £100.
With bond.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/588-9  23 and 24 June 1741

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Robert Welch of Grove Park, gent., brother and heir of Thomas Welch, late of Wootton Wawen, gent., deceased, Richard Farmer of Stoneleigh and William Black of Tanworth, yeomen, to Mary Lady Leigh of Guy's Cliff, widow, for £1800, of a messuage, nine closes and three meadows in Preston Bagot, another messuage, piece of land and coppice in the same, six other closes called Lords Fields and two closes called Bakers Meadow, reciting deeds of 24 December 1736 (no.572), Hilary Term 1737 (nos. 574-5); 12 and 13 May 1738 (nos.576-7), 15 and 16 May 1738 (nos. 578-9); Trinity Term 1738 (no. 581), 14 June 1739 (no. 583).

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/590  1739-41

Contents:
Abstract of title to premises in Preston Bagot, reciting deeds of:
(i) 14 June 1739; no. 583.
(ii) 23 and 24 June 1741; nos. 588-9.
(iii) 25 June 1741; no. 591.
(iv) 25 June 1741; no. 592.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/591  25 June 1741

Contents:
Conveyance from Edward Wilkes of Beoley, co. Worcs., yeoman, (mortgagee of the late John Randoll) and Richard Farmer and William Black (trustees of the will of the same) to Mary Lady Leigh, widow, and her trustee (Joseph Gibbs of Stoneleigh, gent.) for £139 2s 5d, of a messuage, close and coppice in Preston Bagot, mortgaged by John Randoll on 1 March 1731/2 (no. 563).
See also no. 565.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/592  25 June 1741

Contents:
Conveyance from William Baynton of Solihull, gent. (mortgagee of the late John Randoll) and Richard Farmer and William Black (trustees of the will of the same) to Mary, Lady Leigh and her trustee (Joseph Gibbs) for £784 6s 0d, of five closes in Preston Bagot, called Lords Fields and two called Bakers Meadows, mortgaged by John Randoll on 9 April 1729 (no. 559).
See also nos. 569, 585.

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/593-4  24 and 25 May 1744

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from John Hancocks of Rowington, blacksmith, and Mary his wife, and their mortgagee, John Shakespeare of Hatton, blacksmith, to Thomas Lord Leigh and his trustee (Joseph Gibbs), for £22 12s 6d paid to John Hancocks and £100 to John Shakespeare, of a close called Bare Close in Preston Bagot, mortgaged by John Hancocks on 25 February 1739/40 (no. 586).

Preston Bagot  DR 18/1/595  Trinity Term 1744

Contents:
Fine between Thomas Lord Leigh, plaintiff, and Henry Chamberlaine, and Elizabeth his wife, Nicholas Chamberlaine and John Hancocks and Mary his wife, deforciants, of premises in Bedworth and Preston Bagot.

Ratley  [no ref. or date]

Ratley  DR 18/1/596  13th Century

Contents:
A short cartulary relating to the possessions of the abbey of Stoneleigh mainly in Ratley and Radway.
f.1. Charter of Thomas de Ardern concerning Ratley, early 13th century.
f.1v. Charter of Thomas de Arden concerning Ratley, late 13th century.
f.3. Charter of Roger Bishop of Lichfield concerning the church of Ratley, 1348.
f.4. Survey of 'terra decimabilis abbati in Raddeweye', undated.
f.6. Charter of Thomas de Wymundesham, precentor of Lichfield Cathedral, 1275, concerning Radway.
f.7. Survey of the lands of the Abbey of Stoneleigh in Ratley, 'visum et examinatum per Edwardum Rowsham et Willelmum Hunfray in festo Sancti Luce Evangeliste, anno regni regis Henrici octavi tercio' (18 October 1511).
f.9v. Notes on the descent of manors in Ashow and Caldecote, compiled c. 1370.
f.10. Notes on the descent of the manor of Ratley, compiled c.1370.
f.10v. Charter of Richard de Loges concerning Radway, 13th century.
f.11. Notes on the 'villa' of Radway.
f.11v. Charter of Roger Bishop of Chester (1129-48) granting to the abbey of Radmore land in Radway (Stoneleigh Leger Book, p.14.)
f.12. Charter of Geoffrey de Clinton concerning the same (ibid. p.14.)
f.12v. Charter of Robert son of Odo de Morton concerning land in Westcote in Tysoe, 13th century.
f.13. Charter of Thomas de Arden concerning Ratley, 13th century.
f.13v. Charter of Thomas de Arden concerning Ratley, 1287.

Ratley  DR 18/1/597  1 May 1685

Contents:
Demise from Edward Walker of Banbury, co. Oxon., gent., (in consideration of he and his wife Katherine Walker, having agreed to live apart) to Humphrey Wykham of Swalecliffe, co. Oxon., esq., and Thomas Brampsted of ?Horton, co. Bucks., esq., of a capital messuage, lands, cottages and windmill in Ratley; to hold in trust to pay an annuity of £45 to Edward Walker and to dispose of the remainder of the income for the payment of his debts and the maintenance of his wife and children.

Ratley  DR 18/1/598-9  20 April 1700

Contents:
Mortgage from John Walker, gent., only surviving son of Edward Walker of Edgecote, co. Northants., Katherine Viscountess Say and Sele, William Style of Banbury, co. Oxon., gent., and Anne his wife, Elizabeth Walker and Frances Walker (which said Katherine, Anne, Elizabeth and Frances are the four eldest daughters of Edward Walker) to Alice Prestidge of the reversion of the manor of Ratley and other property there (as described in no. 597) to secure £300.
With counterpart.

Ratley  DR 18/1/600  20 April 1700

Contents:
Appointment by Katherine Walker, wife of Edward Walker of Edgecote, co. Northants., gent., of Humphrey Wykham to pay annually to Alice Prestidge of Brailes, spinster, the sum of £15, being the interest on a loan of £300 which she has made for the maintenance of the said Katherine and her children, which sum is to be charged on the manor of Ratley.
See no. 598.

Ratley  DR 18/1/601  4 March 1709/10

Contents:
Mortgage from Vincent Oakeley of Hurley, co. Berks., gent., and Katherine Viscountess Say and Sele, his wife, William Styles and Anne his wife, Thomas Banister of London, merchant, and Frances his wife, Elizabeth Walker, Martha Walker and Mary Walker (which said Katherine, Anne, Frances, Elizabeth, Martha and Mary are the daughters of Edward Walker) to Thomas Ward of Banbury, mercer, and Henry Lucas of the same, surgeon, of the reversion of the manor of Ratley etc. to secure the respective debts of £466 9s 4d and £60.

Ratley  DR 18/1/602  3 July 1714

Contents:
Probate of the will of Edward Walker of Ratley, gent., dated 7 December 1705, charging the manor of Ratley with £1000, being five marriage portions of £200 apiece to be paid to his daughters Anne Stiles, Frances Banister, Elizabeth Walker, Mary Walker and Martha Walker.

Ratley  DR 18/1/603  21 March 1715/6

Contents:
Assignment from Alice Prestidge of Brailes, spinster, to John Rogers of Fenny Compton, clerk, for £300, of a mortgage, dated 20 April 1700, of the manor of Ratley (no. 598), and other premises there, but excluding th e windmill which had been taken down.

Ratley  DR 18/1/604  21 March 1715/6

Contents:
Mortgage from Katherine Walker, widow of Edward Walker, to John Rogers of the manor of Ratley, etc. to secure the payment of an annuity of £15, being the interest on a loan of £300 (see no. 598).

Ratley  DR 18/1/605  21 March 1715/6

Contents:
Declaration by John Rogers th at the £300 mentioned in an indenture of even date (no. 603) was the proper money of William Holbech of Farnborough, gent., and that the assignment to him of a term of years was in trust only.

Ratley  DR 18/1/606  Trinity Term 1716

Contents:
Fine between Richard Keech, gent., plaintiff, and Martha Walker, spinster, deforciant, of one sixth part of the manor of Ratley.

Ratley  DR 18/1/607  6 July 1716

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine between Martha Walker of Chastleton, co. Oxon., spinster, one of the daughters of the late Edward Walker, and Richard Keech of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., gent., of the sixth part of the manor of Ratley (no. 606); namely that it be held by Richard Keech to the use of Martha Walker and John Eddowes of Adderbury, co. Oxon., gent.

Ratley  DR 18/1/608-9  1 May 1719

Contents:
Mortgage from Martha Walker of Chastleton, spinster, to Anne Crosse of Adderbury, co. Oxon., widow, of the sixth part of the manor of Ratley, to secure £80.
With bond.

Ratley  DR 18/1/610-11  29 September 1719

Contents:
Mortgage from Mary Walker of Chastleton, co. Oxon., spinster, one of the daughters of the late Edward Walker, to Richard Gough of Souldern, co. Oxon., gent., of the sixth part of the manor of Ratley, to secure £100.
With bond.

Ratley  DR 18/1/612-4  15 August 1721

Contents:
Mortgage from Ann Style of Banbury, co. Oxon., widow, one of the daughters of the late Edward Walker, to Samuel Horseman of Lower Pillerton, gent., of a sixth part of the manor of Ratley, to secure £200.

Ratley  DR 18/1/615-6  23 and 24 March 1721/2

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop, co. Glos., esq., (surviving trustee of the will of the late Martha Walker, dated 12 February 1719/20), with the consent of Lady Katherine Viscountess Saye and Sele, now wife of Vincent Oakley, (devisee under the said will of the property herein described) to Thomas Cross of Balscott in Wroxton, co. Oxon., gent., of the sixth part of the manor of Ratley, to hold the same according to the trusts expressed in the said will

Ratley  DR 18/1/617  4 March 1722/3

Contents:
Assignment from Henry Sheward of Halford, clerk, and Anne his wife (formerly Anne Horseman, widow), John Eddowes of Adderbury, co. Oxon., gent., and Henry Hunt of the same, mercer (which said Anne Horseman, John Eddowes and Henry Hunt were the executors of the will of Anne Crosse) to Thomas Archer of Westminster, co. Middx., esq., for £91 7s 0d, of a mortgage dated 1 May 1719, of a sixth part of the manor of Ratley (no.608.)

Ratley  DR 18/1/618-20  4 March 1722/3

Contents:
Assignment from Richard Gough of Souldern, co. Oxon., gent., with the consent of Mary Walker of Banbury, co. Oxon., spinster, to Thomas Archer of Westminster, co. Middx., esq., for £105, of a mortgage, dated 29 September 1719 (no. 610) of the sixth part of the manor of Ratley.
With counterpart and bond.

Ratley  DR 18/1/621  4 May 1725

Contents:
Assignment from Edward Leigh, esq., and John Rogers, clerk, surviving executors of the will of William Holbech late of Farnborough, gent., with the consent of Anne Style of Ratley, widow, Elizabeth Burrowes of Ratley, widow, Frances Banister of New England, America, widow (three of the daughters of the late Edward Walker) to Thomas Archer of Westminster, co. Middx., and his trustee (Henry Archer of the Inner Temple, esq.) for £300 of a mortgage, dated 20 April 1700 (no. 598), of the manor of Ratley, assigned on 21 March 1716 (no. 603) to John Rogers, on behalf of William Holbeche (no. 605), to hold to the use of Thomas Archer who has recently purchased the freehold of the property.

Ratley  DR 18/1/622  2 November 1725

Contents:
Agreement between William Overbury Oakley of Wick Rissington co. Glos., gent. (only son of Vincent Oakley late of the same, deceased) of the first part, Anne Style, widow, and Mary Walker, spinster (surviving sisters of Katherine Viscountess Saye and Sele, late wife of Vincent Oakley) of the second part, Charles Cox of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., gent. (surviving executor of the will of the said Lady Katherine) of the third part, and the creditors of the said Lady Katherine of the fourth part; namely that the personal estate of the late Vincent Oakley at Broadwell, co. Glos., at the time of his death, may be used in part payment of the debts of the late Lady Katherine.

Ryton-on-Dunsmore  [no ref. or date]

Ryton-on-Dunsmore  DR 18/1/623  3 July 1313

Contents:
Gift from William Grampe of Ryton on Dunsmore to Adam des Okes of four acres of land in Ryton-on-Dunsmore.
Seven named witnesses.

Ryton-on-Dunsmore  DR 18/1/624  25 May 1315

Contents:
Quitclaim from John des Okes, son of William des Okes of Whitley, to John de Schiltone, clerk, son of William Godefray of Shilton, of all his right in a meadow belonging to Adam des Okes of Whitley in Ryton-on-Dunsmore.
Five named witnesses.

Ryton-on-Dunsmore  DR 18/1/625  30 April 1316

Contents:
Quitclaim from William Grampe son of Robert Grampe of Coventry to William Mauclerk of Leicester, clerk, and John son of William de Shylton of all his rights in four and a half acres in Ryton-on-Dunsmore, (described).
Six named witnesses.

Ryton-on-Dunsmore  DR 18/1/626  11 May 1321

Contents:
Gift from John de Shultone son of William de Shultone to William de Leycestr', clerk and canon of Lichfield, of four and a half acres of land (described) in Ryton-on-Dunsmore which he had by the gift of John de Okes of Whitley (no.624) and the quitclaim of William Grampe (no. 625), together with a croft beneath the park of Asthul.
Nine named witnesses.

Ryton-on-Dunsmore  DR 18/1/627  c. 24 June 1327

Contents:
Demise from Richard son of Robert de Wilnehale of Ryton-on-Dunsmore to William de Leycestr', canon of Lichfield, and William de Schulton, rector of Baginton, of three acres of land in Ryton-on-Dunsmore, to hold for the lives of the lessees for life from the Feast of St. John the Baptist, 1 Edward III.
Five named witnesses.

Shuckburgh  [no ref. or date]

Shuckburgh  DR 18/1/628-9  14 November 1601

Contents:
Agreement between Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh, knight, and John Shukburghe of Over Shuckburgh, esq., that (whereas Robert Sackville of Bolebrook, co. Sussex, and Lady Anne his wife are seised of messuages and lands in Nether Shuckburgh by demise of William Lord Compton and Henry Lord Compton, deceased, with a proviso that they may be redeemed by Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh, knight, and Alice Countess of Derby on the payment of £2300 by 20 May next), the said Sir Thomas Leigh will convey the said premises to the said John Shukburghe, should they be redeemed accordingly.

Shuckburgh  DR 18/1/630  10 June 1602

Contents:
Grant from Sir Thomas Egerton, knight, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal and his wife Alice Countess of Derby, and Sir Thomas Leigh to John Shuckburghe of all those messuages and lands in Nether Shuckburgh late in the tenure of William Hunte by demise of William Lord Compton and Henry Lord Compton, deceased.

Shustoke  [no ref. or date]

Shustoke  DR 18/1/631  27 June 1637

Contents:
Covenant to levy a fine between Thomas Aylesburie of Balsall, yeoman, and Randle Croxall of Shustoke, yeoman, plaintiffs, and Randle Tayler of Shustoke, yeoman, and Joan his wife, deforciants, of a messuage and lands (specified) in Shustoke; to hold to Thomas Aylesburie and Randle Croxall, as to a part of the house and lands (specified in detail) to the use of Randle Tayler for life, with remainder to his wife Joan for life, should she survive him, and then their heirs; and as to the residue of the property, to the use of Randle Tayler for life, with remainder to his heirs.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/632  24 May 1639

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of Thomas Tayler, son of Randle Tayler of Shustoke, yeoman, and Elizabeth, daughter of Anthony Tibbatts of Packwood, yeoman, being an agreement that Randle Tayler (see no. 631) will hereafter stand seized of part of the premises in Shustoke described in no. 631, in trust, as to certain closes, to the use of Thomas Tayler for life, with remainder, should she survive him, to his wife Elizabeth, and then their heirs; and as to other closes, to the use of Randle Tayler for life, with remainder in turn to his wife, Joan Tayler, his son Thomas Tayler and his daughter-in-law Elizabeth.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/633-4  27 June 1653

Contents:
Probate of the will of Randle Tayler of Shustoke, yeoman, dated 11 May 1653, confirming his wife Joan in her jointure (see nos. 631-2) which after her death is to pass to his daughter, Mary Erpe, for life, with remainder to her son, Randle Tayler Erpe, and his issue, or, in default to the eldest son of Elizabeth Tayler, daughter of his son, Thomas Tayler, and his issue, or in default, to John Gilbert, son of his daughter Winifrid; and bequeathing other property in Shustoke to his son Thomas Tayler for life, with remainder to his daughter Mary Erpe and her son Randle Tayler Erpe etc.; and pecuniary legacies to the other named relatives.
With copy.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/635  24 March 1670/1

Contents:
Mortgage from Francis Bowers of Coleshill, innholder, to Job Beardesley of Tamworth, gent., of closes (described) in Shustoke and Fillongley, to secure £200.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/636  26 March 1674

Contents:
Lease from Randle Erpe of Shustoke, yeoman, to Robert Messenger of Shustoke, yeoman, of a messuage and lands (described) in Shustoke, for seven years at a rent of £21 for the first year and £28 15s 0d thereafter.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/637  6 February 1676/7

Contents:
Deed poll, under the hand of Edward Weightman the elder of Shustoke, yeoman, granting to his son, Edward Weightman the younger, for £20, his right in two closes in Shustoke.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/638  11 June 1678

Contents:
Mortgage from Francis Fetherston of Shustoke, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, to the Honourable Honor Dilke of Maxstoke Castle, widow, and her trustees (William Ward of 'Willingsworth' co. Staffs., esq., and John Clarke of Maxstoke Castle, clerk) of closes called Parkhurst in Shustoke, to secure the repayment of a debt of £550.
Schedule of deeds, from 12 November 1669, attached.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/639  5 May 1680

Contents:
Feoffment from Francis Fetherstone of Shustoke, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, to Edward Scotten of Maxstoke, yeoman, for £100 of two closes in Shustoke called Richards Fields.
Unsigned and unwitnessed.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/640  June 1682

Contents:
Feoffment from William Hibbins, alias Weaver, of Avon Dassett, yeoman, and Anne his wife and Robert Richards of Belbroughton co. Worcs., miller, and Anne his wife (mother of the said William Hibbins) to Michael Daniell of Shustoke, miller, for £90, of lands (described) in Shustoke, occupied with a house called Weavers.
Unsigned and unwitnessed.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/641  June 1682

Contents:
Mortgage from William Hibbins, alias Weaver, and Anne his wife, and Robert Richards and Anne his wife, to Michael Daniell of a messuage in Shustoke called Weavers, to secure £50.
Unsigned and unwitnessed.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/642-4  2 September 1682

Contents:
Mortgage from Randle Tayler Erpe of Shustoke, yeoman, and Margery his wife to Francis Rutledge of Maxstoke, tailor, of premises in Shustoke (described) inherited by his mother, Mary Erpe, under the will of Randle Tayler (no. 633); to secure £60.
With counterpart and bond.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/645  1683

Contents:
Feoffment from William Hibbins, alias Weaver, and Anne his wife, to Michael Daniell for £70 of the premises in Shustoke described in no. 640.
Unsigned and unwitnessed.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/646  Trinity Term 1683

Contents:
Fine between Michael Daniell and Francis Rutledge, plaintiffs, and William Hibbins, alias Weaver, and Anne his wife and Randle Tayler Erpe and Margery his wife, deforciants, of premises in Shustoke.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/647  1684

Contents:
Assignment from William Hollyar of Fillongley, yeoman, with the consent of Edward Scotton of Maxstoke, gent., to John Scotton of the same, yeoman, for £60, of a mortgage, dated 20 April 1678, from Francis Fetherstone to Edward Scotton of two closes in Shustoke called Richards Fields, to hold to the use of Edward Scotton, he having purchased the freehold from Francis Fetherstone (no. 639).
Unsigned and unwitnessed.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/648  1685/6

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release (lease missing) from William Hall of Fillongley, cordwainer, and Thomas Hall, his son and heir, to George Ball of Arley, yeoman, and Thomas Bettridge of Fillongley, tailor, of a messuage and lands (described) in Shustoke; to hold, as to the messuage and part of the lands in trust to apply the rents and profits of the same to the maintenance of Thomas Hall for life and then to the use of his sisters, Mary, wife of Thomas Lovatt, and Hannah Hall; and as to the remaining lands in trust to sell the same to pay any debts which may be outstanding on the death of William Hall.
Unsigned and unwitnessed.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/649-53  3 and 4 November 1686

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from John Gilbert of Nether Whitacre Heath, blacksmith, and Elizabeth his wife, with the consent of Randle Erpe of Shustoke, yeoman, to Thomas Huntbache of Shustoke, gent., for £50, of the third part of certain closes in Shustoke inherited by John Gilbert from Randle Tayler (no.633); with proviso for redemption on the payment of £50 by Randle Erpe to Thomas Huntbache.
With bonds.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/654-654a  4 November 1686

Contents:
Assignment from Francis Rutledge of Maxstoke, tailor, with the consent of Randle Tayler Erpe, to Thomas Huntbache, for £60, of a mortgage dated 2 September 1682 (no. 642) of premises in Shustoke.
With bond.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/655  22 February 1686/7

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine levied in Michaelmas Term last, namely that the third part of certain closes in Shustoke, conveyed by John Gilbert and Elizabeth his wife to Thomas Huntbach (no. 649) shall be held to the use of Thomas Huntbach; and that premises in Allesley and Fillongley (described) shall be held to the use of Joseph Essex of Fillongley, clerk, and Sarah his wife.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/656-7  1688

Contents:
Mortgage from Edward Scotton of Maxstoke, gent., to John Scotton of the same, yeoman, of a messuage wherein Elizabeth Fetherston lives and lands in Shustoke (including those described in no. 647) to secure £300.
With counterpart.
Unsigned and unwitnessed.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/658  1691

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Huntbach of Shustoke, gent., to Richard Eaves of Coleshill, tailor, and Thomas Drakeford of the same, butcher, of four meadows (named) in Shustoke, for seven years at an annual rent of £20 5s 0d.
Unsigned and unwitnessed.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/659  7 November 1692

Contents:
Demise from William Dugdale of Blyth Hall, esq., to Elizabeth Ashmole of South Lambeth, co. Surrey, widow, for £700, of a farm in Fillongley and messuages, closes, etc. (described) in Shustoke for 99 years at a peppercorn rent.
No proviso for redemption.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/660  28 January 1692/3

Contents:
Lease from Randle Tayler Erpe of Shustoke, yeoman, and William Dugdale to William Elbrow of Aston, husbandman, of a messuage and lands in Shustoke (described) for twelve years at an annual rent of £32.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/661-4  28 and 29 November 1694

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Thomas Huntbach of Shustoke, gent., with the consent of Randle Tayler Erpe of the same, yeoman, and his son Randle Erpe, to Thomas Charman of Sheldon, husbandman, for £50, of the third part of certain closes in Shustoke, conveyed to Thomas Huntbach on 4 November 1686 (no. 650); with proviso for redemption.
With counterpart and bond.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/665-7  29 November 1694

Contents:
Assignment from Thomas Huntbach, with the consent of Randle Tayler Erpe and Randle Erpe, to Thomas Charman for £50, of a mortgage dated 7 September 1682 (no. 642) of premises in Shustoke, assigned to Thomas Huntbach on 4 November 1686 (no.654).
With counterpart and bond.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/668  10 November 1697

Contents:
Grant by Randle Erpe of Shustoke, yeoman, son and heir of the late Randle Taylor Erpe, to his mother, Margery Erpe, of an annuity of £10 charged on part of a messuage in Shustoke called the Old Building and the closes occupied therewith.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/669-70  1 and 2 June 1703

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Thomas Charman of Tardebigge, co. Worcs., husbandman, to Thomas Holbeche of Fillongley, gent., for £61 5s 0d, of the third part of certain closes in Shustoke, conveyed to Thomas Charman, with a proviso for redemption on 28 and 29 November 1694 (nos. 661-2).

Shustoke  DR 18/1/671  2 June 1703

Contents:
Assignment from Thomas Charman to Thomas Holbeche, for £61 5s 0d of a mortgage, dated 2 September 1682 (no. 642), of premises in Shustoke, assigned to Thomas Charman on 29 November 1694 (no. 665).

Shustoke  DR 18/1/672  30 June 1703

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Margery Erpe of Shustoke, widow of Randle Taylor Erpe, quitclaiming to Thomas Holbeche for £19 10s 0d all her right in the premises in Shustoke described in nos. 669-71.

Shustoke  DR 18/1/673  22 March 1703/4

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Thomas Huntbach of Shustoke, gent., quitclaiming to Thomas Holbeche all his right in premises in Shustoke, late belonging to Randle Tayler and part of which had been conveyed to him by John Bincks as heir of Sarah Bincks, one of the daughters of the late Randle Tayler.

Solihull  [no ref. or date]

Solihull  DR 18/1/674  13 January 1459/60

Contents:
Gift from Robert Sprygge of Solihull to William Coterelle of the same, of a messuage etc. in Olton which he had by the gift of William Smyth of Solihull.
Six named witnesses.

Solihull  DR 18/1/675  11 November 1685

Contents:
Inquisition held at Coleshill before Sir Andrew Hacket, sheriff, on the death of Robert Feildinge of Solihull, esq., on 15 June last, who died seised of Shelley Farm and divers closes (described) in Solihull.

Stivichall  [no ref. or date]

Stivichall  DR 18/1/676  Undated [c. 1250]

Contents:
Gift from Hugh de Stiuechale to Geoffrey le Lef of Coventry of a messuage in Stivichall called Storesyard (abuttals), Witnesses Joylinius de Stiuechale, Ralph de Whitele, Adam Mile of the same, Robert le Wodeward of Stivichall, John de Barue of the same, Ranulf son of Hugh of the same, and Robert Jabet.
Seal.

Stivichall  DR 18/1/677-8  Undated [c.1250]

Contents:
Gift from Geoffrey called Lef of Coventry to Master Thomas de Kaneleye and Richard his brother of a messuage in Stivichall which he had by the gift of Hugh son of Margery de Stivichale (no. 676).
Witnesses: John de Fynham, Roger de Mora, William Parson, Henry Tyson and Adam Russel.
With counterpart.
Seals.

Stivichall  DR 18/1/679  Undated [c.1348]

Contents:
Lease from Thomas de Barewe of Stivichall to John de Barewe of Coventry, his brother, of half a virgate of land in the great meadow of Stivichall, for ten years from 25 March 1348 at an annual rent of 10 shillings.
Five named witnesses.

Stivichall  DR 18/1/680  31 December 1507

Contents:
Gift from Thomas Raves of Coventry, gent., to Thomas Forth and John Bryan of Coventry, grocers, of a messuage in Stivichall (abuttals as in no. 676); to hold for the use of Margery Raves, wife of Thomas, for life, with remainder to her daughter, Margery.

Stivichall  DR 18/1/681  27 August 1521

Contents:
Gift from James Nores, son and heir of Richard Nores late of Coventry, cardmaker, to William Nores of Coventry, corviser, his kinsman, Henry Yuse of the same, chaplain, William Trotter of the same, corviser, and William Haw of the same, scrivener, of three tenements and eight and a half acres of land (described) in Stivichall; to hold to the use of William Nores.

Stivichall  DR 18/1/682  23 June 1528

Contents:
Grant from William Norres of Coventry, corviser, to Nicholas Salter of Stivichall, tailor, and William Trotter, for £4, of two tenements and nine selions of land in Stivichall which he had by the gift of James Nores (no. 681); to hold to the use of Nicholas Salter.

Stivichall  DR 18/1/683  21 August 1528

Contents:
Grant from Nicholas Salter of Stivichall, tailor, to Richard Hill of Henwell Grange in Stoneleigh, yeoman, for £5, of the premises in Stivichall described in no. 682.

Stivichall  DR 18/1/684  20 May 1529

Contents:
Gift from Nicholas Salter to Richard Hill, Thomas Pype, John Lee, Robert Carter, John Sewall and Edmund Thrustones of a messuage in Stivichall called the Butt House and six selions of land which he bought from William Norres; to hold to the use of Richard Hill.

Stivichall  DR 18/1/685  20 May 1545

Contents:
Lease from George Kebeell, esq., to George Robynson of Stivichall, husbandman, for £26 8s 0d, of a messuage, cottage and land in Stivichall, for twenty two years at an annual rent of 20 shillings.

Stivichall  DR 18/1/686  1 March 1555/6


Related information: See no. 1057a.

Contents:
Bond from James Cruse of Milburne, gent., to Anthony Throckmorton, citizen and mercer of London, in the penal sum of £400, under the seal of the Statute Merchant of the city of Coventry.
With seal.

Stivichall  DR 18/1/687-8  1 July 1561

Contents:
Defeasance of a bond under the seal of the Statute Staple of the City of Coventry, between Robert Turner of Stivichall, yeoman, and Anne his wife, and John Harry Yonge of Wolvey, gentleman, (no. 273); namely that John Harry Yonge shall pay to Robert Turner and Anne his wife for lives an annuity of £10.
With counterpart.

Stivichall  DR 18/1/689-689a  26 June 1596


Related information: See also DR 10/1662-4.

Contents:
Inspeximus of the following:
i) 26 November 1595: commission to Richard Goodalle and Abraham Bowne, esquires and Baldwin Portman and Ambrose Cooper, gents., to administer interrogatories in a suit between Arthur Gregory, plaintiff, and Thomas Hill, defendant.
ii) Nine interrogatories to be so administered.
iii) 18 and 19 January 1595/6: depositions of John Edes of Coventry, barber, John Barrowes of Badby, co. Northants., yeoman, Joan Hathaway, wife of John Hathaway of Stivichall, labourer, John Wyse of Coleshill, gent., William Dixson of Rolleston, co. Leics., gent., Henry Brunt of Stivichall, husbandman, John Evett of Stoneleigh, husbandman, and Robert Benett of Stivichall, husbandman.
Great seal.
With abstract.

Stivichall  DR 18/1/690  16 January 1601/2

Contents:
Bond from Richard Chambers of Coventry, baker, to Thomas Hill of Stivichall, gent., in the penal sum of £20, to keep covenants in an indenture of even date.

Stivichall  DR 18/1/691  19 January 1601/2

Contents:
Bond from Robert Haselwood, yeoman, to Thomas Hill in the penal sum of 100 marks to keep covenants in an indenture of even date.

Stivichall  DR 18/1/691a  17 July 1622

Contents:
Commission to William Bromley, esq., and Robert Manly, Thomas Hunt and William Flynt, gents., to take the depositions of Susan Lee wife of William Lee of Stivichall, husbandman; Mary Sallett wife of Edward Sallett of Stivichall, husbandman; Joan Godfrey, wife of Edward Godfrey of Stivichall, husbandman; and Joyce Walford wife of William Walford of Stivichall, husbandman, in a suit between Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh, plaintiff, and Joan wife of Edward Godfrey and others, defendants.
With copy bill of complaint of Sir Thomas Leigh, joint answers of Susan Lee, Mary Sallett, Joan Godfrey and Joyce Walford, and interrogatories to be administered to, and depositions of, the same, taken 19 September 1622.

Stoke  DR 18/1/692  26 March 1386

Contents:
Demise from Thomas son of Robert de Stoke to Rowland Dannet of Coventry, merchant, and Margaret his wife, mother of the said Thomas, of all his lands, tenements and other premises in Coventry, Stoke, Tilehurst, Biggin, Stivichall, Radford, Sowe and Harnall; to hold for the life of the said Margaret at an annual rent of nine marks.
Seven named witnesses.
Seal.

Stoneleigh  [no ref. or date]

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/693  1180

Contents:
Settlement by Robert bishop of Hereford, papal commissioner, of a dispute between Nicholas Abbot of Stoneleigh and Robert prior of Kenilworth over the tithes of Stoneleigh.
Witnesses: Ralph Foliot, Master Eustace, Reginald the chaplain, Safred the deacon, Richard of Stivichall, Adam the priest, Robert of Canley, Robert of Stoneleigh and Robert of Milburn.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/694  Undated [c. 1300]

Contents:
Gift from John [de la Sale] abbot of Stoneleigh to Robert Gopyl of an acre of land above (supra) Horwell [in Coventry] on the road leading from Berkswell to Coventry.
Witnesses: Alexander of Cryfield, Roger de la More, Richard of Saint James, John Gopyl, Geoffrey of Horwell, and others.
Seal.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/695  Undated [c.1275]

Contents:
Gift from Thomas Jurdan son of Henry Jurdan of Fletchamstead to the abbey of Stoneleigh of an annual rent of twenty pence which Isolda de la Cloude was bound to pay for a tenement in Hurst which Master Thomas of Canley acquired from Elias Tripodyn.
Witnesses: Henry de Hockley, John Champion, John of Finham, Robert le Heyr of Stoneleigh and Richard de Daddele.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/696  7 September 1326

Contents:
Demise from Robert abbot of Stoneleigh to William Hering of Allesley, Christiana his wife and Alice their daughter, of land in the waste called Kingswood (boundaries given), to hold for lives at the annual rent of 12 pence.
Witnesses: Richard le Harper, chaplain, Benedict of Mercote, John of Ashow, John le Hunte and John del Heth.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/697  24 August 1357

Contents:
Demise from Thomas abbot of Stoneleigh to Richard de la Cloude of a messuage and lands in Stoneleigh, recovered by the abbot from the said Richard in the King's court; to hold to him and his heirs for ever at the annual rent of 5s 1d.
Witnesses: Simon Pakeman, Richard of Leicester, John of Hockley, Nicholas Percy, John Sparry, Thomas of Finham, Oliver Burdet and William Hally.
Seal.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/698  25 March 1377

Contents:
Demise from Thomas abbot of Stoneleigh to Robert Hales prior of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem in England and Brother Robert of Normanton, preceptor of Temple Balsall, of a field in Stoneleigh called Bradelefeld, with a close called le Oxehey (boundaries given); to hold for six years.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/699  Undated [early 13th century]

Contents:
Confirmation from Richard son of Simon le Hore of Millburn to the abbey of Stoneleigh of the gift which his father made of an annual rent of 6 pence.
Witnesses: John of Stoneleigh, Thomas of Finham, Alexander of Millburn, Robert his son, Richard de Colle and Geoffrey of Finham.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/700  1180

Contents:
Settlement of a dispute between the canons of Kenilworth and the monks of Stoneleigh concerning the tithes of Stoneleigh. Similar wording to no. 693.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/701  20 February 1226/7


Related information: See Stoneleigh Leger Book, p. 22.

Contents:
'Inspeximus' charter by Henry III of a charter of King John in favour of the abbey of Stoneleigh, dated 12 May 1204.
Large fragment of Great Seal.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/702  24 April 1380


Related information: See Stoneleigh Leger Book, p. 93.

Contents:
Charter of Richard II in favour of Stoneleigh Abbey, concerning the manors of Stoneleigh and Bericote.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/703  12 March 1284/5


Related information: See Stoneleigh Leger Book, p.139.

Contents:
Agreement between the abbey of Stoneleigh and Robert le Staleworthe of Stoneleigh and Alice his wife concerning lands (specified) in Stoneleigh, Cubbington and Ashow.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/704  27 May 1284

Incomplete and defaced.


Related information: See Stoneleigh Leger Book, p.56.

Contents:
Charter of Edward I granting to the monks of Stoneleigh an annual fair and a weekly market at Stoneleigh.
Great seal

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/705  10 October 1290

Contents:
Copy bull of Pope Nicholas IV confirming the abbey of Stoneleigh in its temporalities; includes Stoneleigh, Homegrange, Bericote, Radway, Stareton, Cryfield, Dalle Wood, Westwood, Crackley, Loxley, Hill Wootton, Ashow, Ullenhall, Wetherley Wood, Radford Semele and Langley, but the names of other places are obscured by damage.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/706  3 April 1291


Related information: See Stoneleigh Leger Book, p.59.

Contents:
Charter of Edward I giving to the monks of Stoneleigh leave to grant leases for lives, or make grants in free marriage or fee tail, of their lands in Stoneleigh.
Great Seal, large fragment, good impression.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/707  c. 25 March 1295

Contents:
Demise from John Frankeleyn of Canley to Roger de la More, son of Henry de la More, of the same, of a meadow called le Goremore in Stoneleigh (abuttals) for twenty years.
Witnesses: Oliver Daubeny, Alexander of Cryfield, Henry Rachel, William Parson, John of Finham, John of Horwell, Richard de Daddele and Thomas de Joesne.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/708  25 May 1315

Contents:
Gift from Richard Rachel of Fletchamstead, to Alice his daughter, of an annual rent of three shillings from a messuage in Stoneleigh held for lives by Thomas of Solihull and Alice his wife, with the reversion after their deaths, together with a messuage adjoining.
Witnesses: John vicar of Stoneleigh, Alexander of Cryfield, Simon de la Cloude, John of Finham, Robert de Wynriche, John de la Hul and John called the Champion.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/709  25 March 1326

Contents:
Inspeximus by Robert abbot of Stoneleigh of a gift from William abbot of Stoneleigh [1277-93] to Thomas de Canley and Richard his brother of land (described) in Dalle.
Witnesses: Thomas Boydyn, Alexander of Cryfield, John Campionn, John of Finham, Thomas le Jeouene, William Blundel and William Rudde.
Fine seal.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/710  14 July 1342

Contents:
Quitclaim from Thomas son of Juliana of Canley to Robert de la Cloude of all his rights in premises in Stoneleigh which he had by the gift of his father, William Parson.
Witnesses: John Campion, Thomas de la Cloude, Richard Daddeleye, Thomas of Finham, and William Hally.
Seal.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/711  17 March 1360/1

Contents:
Agreement between Thomas abbot of Stoneleigh and John prior of Kenilworth, concerning the payment of tithes in Stoneleigh and Cubbington, reciting the agreement between the two houses of 1180 (see nos. 693, 700) and mentioning the manors and granges of Homegrange, Cryfield, Stareton, Millburn, Bockendon, Horwell and Kingshill.
Seal of the Priory of Kenilworth, large fragment, poor condition.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/712  5 February 1363/4

Incomplete and defaced.

Contents:
Letters patent of Edward III pardoning Thomas abbot of Stoneleigh for granting, without licence, to Nicholas of Lichfield, clerk, Henry de Pype, William of Stockton, John de Bray, Thomas de Blaconhalle, John Fillongley, Richard Ymayn and Roger of Stoke (for the life of the abbot) the manor of Millburn, the mill at Cryfield and rents in Finham.
Great seal

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/713-4  21 June 1364


Related information: See also nos. 693, 700, 711.

Contents:
Agreement between Thomas abbot of Stoneleigh and Henry prior of Kenilworth concerning the tithes of Stoneleigh and Cubbington and mentioning the granges of Homegrange, Cryfield, Stareton, Millburn, Bockendon, Horwell, Kingshill and Hurst.
With copy.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/715  19 May 1370

Contents:
Bond from Thomas abbot of Stoneleigh to Richard de Roucestre of Coventry and Hugh de Flesshewer of the same in the sum of £20.
Seal of the abbey of Stoneleigh, incomplete but good impression.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/715a  Undated [late 14th century]


Related information: See Stoneleigh Leger Book, p. 246.

Contents:
Perambulation of the manor of Stoneleigh.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/716  22 January 1390/1

Contents:
Demise from Thomas de Halton, abbot of Stoneleigh, to John de Etone, carpenter, of a room in the abbey, next to the porter's chamber, with curtilage, to hold for life together with a corrody (specified) for his maintenance.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/717  28 September 1422

Contents:
Lease from Robert Halton, abbot of Stoneleigh, to John Stoke of Kenilworth and Margery his wife, of three fields in Stoneleigh (specified) for eighty years at an annual rent of 13s 4d.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/718  18 March 1477

Contents:
Draft grant of corrody from Thomas Hampton abbot of Stoneleigh to William Huby, abbot of Warden, co.Beds., Richard Foules and John Higford, esqs., and Thomas Beaufitz, Thomas Warde, John Smyth, William Raves and John Hampsterley, gents., of twenty-four loaves of white bread, fifteen flagons of ale and two 'fercula' of meat or fish etc. to be received for the use of William Huby for life.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/719  24 April 1493

Contents:
Quitclaim from Richard Alderston of Canley to William Raves of Canley, gent., of all his right in six messuages, two crofts and lands in Berkswell, Canley and Hurst which, with Richard Halley, he received from William Raves in the court of King's Bench in Easter Term 1487.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/720  13 April 1500

Contents:
Receipt from Ralph abbot of Kenilworth to the abbot of Stoneleigh in respect of a pension of 45s 4d.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/720a  Undated [early 16th century]

Contents:
Terrier of land in Stoneleigh belonging to the abbey of Kenilworth and held lately by John Wyldengryes of Coventry.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/721  1 September 1511

Contents:
Lease from Robert Sutton, abbot of Stoneleigh, to Robert Andrews, fuller, and Richard and William his sons, of the mills at Stoneleigh called 'the Walkemylne and the Cornemyllne', with floodgates etc.; to hold for the term of the life of the longest liver, at an annual rent of ten marks.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/722  7 November 1528

Contents:
Lease from Robert Sutton, abbot of Stoneleigh, to Thomas Denton of Elmdon, husbandman, of the grange called Stoneleigh Grange, with all fields and meadows thereto belonging (named), for thirty years at the annual rent of £12.
Seal of the abbey, incomplete but good impression.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/723  29 July 1532

Contents:
Survey of the goods and chattels at the abbey of Stoneleigh by Henry abbot of St. Mary Graces, London, and John abbot of Bordesley, taken on the resignation of Robert Sutton as abbot and the appointment of Thomas Tutbury.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/724  7 March 1533/4

Contents:
Copy lease from William Walle abbot of Kenilworth to Baldwin Porter of Coventry, gent., of the abbey's tithes in the townships and hamlets at Canley and Fletchamstead, for 45 years at an annual rent of £3 0s 0d.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/725  11 August 1535

Seal, Defaced

Contents:
Lease from William abbot of Stoneleigh to Thomas Rowley of Wrydfyn, yeoman, and Isabell his wife (reciting an earlier lease of the same property, dated 3 June 1513, to Richard Kempson and William Cotton of Coventry, grocers) of the parsonage of Stoneleigh within the townships of Stoneleigh, Stareton, Kingshill, Finham and Hurst etc. for 30 years from 1539 (i.e. from the expiry of the previous lease) at an annual rent of £13.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/726  10 January 1537/8

Contents:
Copy lease from Simon Jukes, abbot of Kenilworth, to Humfrey Raignolds, yeoman of the Crown, of all the abbey's messuages, cottages and lands etc. in Stoneleigh and Ashow, for forty years at an annual rent of £10 3s 6d.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/727  10 June 1538

Contents:
Demise from Henry VIII, through the Court of Augmentations, to William Slough of a messuage and lands (described) in Stoneleigh and Stareton late belonging to the abbey of Stoneleigh for 28 years at an annual rent of 62 shillings.
Seal of the Court of Augmentations.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/728  Undated [c.1535]

Contents:
Copy terrier of lands in Stoneleigh belonging to the Abbey of Kenilworth.
Very similar to no. 720a.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/729  Undated [c. 1535]

Contents:
Notes of the 'dewtyes dau to the Abott of Kealyngworthe by the Abott of Stonley for all manner of Tythes', reciting nos. 693, 713.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/730-1  13 February 1542/3

Contents:
Exemplification of an enrolment in the Court of Augmentations, 24 January 1542/3, ratifying a lease, dated 10 January 1537/8 (no. 726) of lands in Stoneleigh and Ashow.
Fine seal.
With paper copy.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/732  Undated [1536]


Related information: See V.C.H., ii, p.81.

Contents:
Certificate of John Grevill, Roger Wigston, Simon Mountford, Thomas Houlte, George Gyfford and Robert Burgoyn (commissioners appointed to take valuations of religious houses in Warwickshire of a yearly value of less than £200) of the value of the Abbey of Stoneleigh.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/732a  1538/9

Contents:
Certified copy of an extract from ministers' accounts for payments due to the late abbey of Kenilworth from the vicarage of Stoneleigh, the rectory of Ashow and the granges of Homegrange, Millburn and Gryfield.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/732b  1538/9-1550/1

Contents:
Certified extracts from the ministers' accounts for payments due from possessions of the late Abbey of Kenilworth as in no. 732a.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/733  1538/9

Contents:
Minister's account for 'parte of the possessions of the late Monasterye of Stoneley in the Countie of Warr'.
Includes income from Stoneleigh, Stareton, Finham, Kingshill, Canley, Fletchamstead, Hurst, Cryfield, Millburn, Homegrange, Ashow, Cubbington, Hill Wootton, Northend, Knightcote, Warwick, Ullenhall, Newbold, Hurley, Leamington Priors, Coventry, Napton-on-the-Hill.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/734  8 August 1555

Contents:
Lease from Ralph Underhill of Stoneleigh, gent., and Mary his wife to Thomas Leyke of Coventry, walker, for £12, of a walk-mill with its appurtenances (including land) in Stoneleigh, for 30 years at an annual rent of £4.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/735-6  Hilary Term 1556/7

Contents:
Fine between Thomas Hyll, plaintiff, and John Thornall and Agnes his wife, deforciants, of premises in Stoneleigh and Cryfield.
With counterpart.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/737-8  Hilary Term 1556/7

Contents:
Fine between Thomas Hyll, plaintiff, and Henry Petyver and Mary his wife, deforciants, of the third part of certain premises in Stoneleigh and Cryfield.
With counterpart.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/739  10 August 1558

Contents:
Bond from Edward Underhill of Baginton, gent., to Robert Cartar of London, fishmonger, in the penal sum of £300, to keep covenants in indentures of even date.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/740  15 September 1558

Contents:
Letters patent granting to Edward Underhill, gent., licence to alienate to Robert Carter, premises in Stoneleigh.
Fine seal.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/741  30 October 1558

Contents:
Letters patent exemplifying a recovery in the court of King's and Queen's Bench, Michaelmas Term 1558, by Robert Carter against Edward Underhill of premises in Stoneleigh, with John Atkynson as vouchee.
Fine seal.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/742  28 October 1558

Contents:
Lease from Emma Lytteley of Dunchurch, widow, late wife and executor of Humfrey Reynoldes of Coventry, Yeoman of the Crown, to Walter Dowdeswell of Stoneleigh, yeoman (reciting nos. 726, 730) of the lands in Stoneleigh late belonging to Kenilworth priory, for nineteen years at an annual rent of 20s.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/743  Undated [c.1560]

Contents:
Judgement of Gilbert Gerrard, Attorney General, in a suit concerning Rowland Hill and Thomas Leigh.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/744  22 August 1560

Contents:
Lease from William Candishe of Trimley St. Martin, co. Suffolk, esq., to Thomas Burberye of Stoneleigh, husbandman, of land (specified) in Stoneleigh and arable ground in Cubbington Field late belonging to the abbey of Stoneleigh, for 21 years at an annual rent of £10 13s 4d.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/745  22 August 1560

Contents:
Lease from William Candishe to Alexander Howe of Stoneleigh, fuller, of a meadow called Brodleys and a wood called Echells, late belonging to the abbey of Stoneleigh, for 21 years at an annual rent of £9 3s 4d.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/746  22 August 1560

Contents:
Lease from William Candishe to John Clark of Stoneleigh, husbandman, of fields called Great and Little Nonne Fields, late belonging to the abbey of Stoneleigh, for 21 years at an annual rent of 53s 4d.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/747-8  22 August 1560

Contents:
Lease from William Candishe to Thomas Damport of Coventry, cloth-maker, of the site of the manor of Stoneleigh with lands (specified) for 21 years at an annual rent of £16 6s 8d.
With counterpart.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/749  10 February 1560/1

Contents:
Bond from Thomas Donton of Stoneleigh, husbandman, to Robert Carter, citizen and fishmonger of London, in the penal sum of 100 marks to observe covenants in an indenture of even date.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/750  15 March 1560/1

Contents:
Letters patent granting to William Canndyshe of Trimley St. Martin, co. Suffolk, esq., son and heir of Richard Canndyshe, knight, deceased (cousin and heir of the late Charles Duke of Suffolk) licence to alienate to Rowland Hill, knight, and Thomas Leigh, knight, the site of the monastery of Stoneleigh and divers lands, granges, mills, woodland in Stoneleigh (including Home Grange, Cryfield Grange and Millburn Grange), Ashow and Bubbenhall.
Great seal.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/751-751a  26-7 March 1561

Contents:
Lease from William Hamonde of Guildford, co. Surrey, to Robert Carter, citizen and fishmonger of London, of two water mills, two tenements and lands (specified) in Stoneleigh, for six years at an annual rent of £26 13s 4d.
Two copies, with bond.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/752  Trinity Term 1562-Hilary Term 1562/3

Contents:
Record of proceedings in the Court of Queen's Bench in a suit between William Farr, plaintiff, and Henry Bere of Bubbenhall, yeoman, defendant, concerning the seizure of sheep in Stoneleigh.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/752a  Trinity Term 1562-Michaelmas Term 1563

Contents:
Record of proceedings in the Court of Queen's Bench in a suit between Thomas Dunton, plaintiff, and Thomas Bere of Bubbenhall, yeoman, defendant, concerning the seizure of sheep in Stoneleigh.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/753  19 June 1562

Contents:
Receipt ('quietus') issued by the Exchequer to Thomas Carewe of the Middle Temple, esq., and Gerard Leigh of St. Dunstans, London, and Edward Villers of Crick, co. Northants., gents., for 116s 8d, being the value of timber growing on specified closes in Stoneleigh, sold to Thomas Carewe in 1559/60.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/754  4 May 1563

Contents:
Bargain and sale from William Hamond of Guildford, co. Surrey, esq., and Robert Carter, citizen and fishmonger of London, to William Toft, citizen and fishmonger of the same, for £600, of all their messuages, granges, mills, houses and lands etc. in Stoneleigh.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/755  16 November 1568

Contents:
Assignment from Richard Masson of Stoneleigh, fuller, and Catherine his wife (late wife of Thomas Pype, fuller, and executrix of his will) to Lancelot Granger of Offchurch, yeoman, for £37 6s 8d, of a lease, dated 25 March 1522 from Robert Sutton, abbot of Stoneleigh, to Thomas Pype of a messuage in a croft called Rabcroft, with a walkmill thereto belonging for 60 years.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/756  11 June 1570

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Thomas Leigh, knight and alderman of London, granting to Richard Holland of Dunchurch, yeoman, and Thomas Dunton of Stoneleigh, yeoman, all his goods and chattels in his house and lands at Stoneleigh at the time of his death; to hold the same to the use of his wife, Dame Alice Leigh.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/757  16 January 1570/1

Contents:
Gift from John Hobley of Bascote in Long Itchington, collarmaker, to Thomas Dene of Stoneleigh, of an acre of land (described) in Stoneleigh.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/758  24 October 1572

Contents:
Inquisition on the death of Sir Thomas Leigh, alderman of the city of London, who died seized of:
i) A capital messuage and four other tenements in Old Jewry London; a capital messuage in the parishes of St. Olaf and St. Stephen, London, with a messuage adjoining; a messuage and land in Kilburn, co. Middx.; a messuage and land in Hollaway in the parish of Islington, co. Middx.; a capital messuage called Stoneleigh Hall, alias Stoneleigh Abbey; a messuage in Stoneleigh called Homegrange; a cornmill, three walkmills and land in Stoneleigh; the manor of Stareton with messuages and lands belonging thereto; the advowson of Ashow, and messuages and lands there; the manor of Newnham, with messuages, lands and the advowson of the church; the manor of Church Lawford, with messuages, lands, and the advowson of the church; messuages and lands in Wolston; messuages and lands in Newton; the manor of Churchover and the advowson of the church; the manor of Kingswinford, co. Staffs., and the advowson of the church; the manors of Longborough, Bledington, Adlestrop and Maugersbury, co. Glos., with messuages and lands there.
Then recited are:grants, dated 14 February 1567/8, from Sir Thomas Leigh to his third son, Thomas Leigh, of an annuity of £50 until he comes of age; to his fourth son, William, of an annuity of £50 until he comes of age and to his daughter, Isabell, of an annuity of £10.
A settlement, dated 20 March 1568/9, involving all the property above specified, to be held after the death of Sir Thomas Leigh and of his wife, Dame Alice, as to premises in Kilburn and Islington to the use of their son, Richard Leigh; as to the premises in Stoneleigh, Stareton and Ashow to the use of their son, Thomas Leigh; as to premises in Newnham, Churchover, Church Lawford, Wolston, Newton and Kingswinford, to the use of their son, William Leigh; as to the premises in the City of London, to the use of their daughter, Isabell Leigh; as to the premises in Longborough, Bledington, Adlestrop and Maugersbury, to the use of their son, Rowland Leigh.
A lease dated 12 November 1571 of lands in Gloucestershire (see no. 1565 below).
ii) The manors of South Littleton, North Littleton and Middle Littleton, of lands and messuages there and in Evenlode and Heathend; messuages and lands in Hoxton and lands in Spitalfields, co. Middx., which by deed of 4 January 1568/9 were settled on his wife, Dame Alice Leigh.
iii) The manor of Leek Wootton, alias Cross Grange, and of tenements and lands there and in Hill Wootton, Woodcote, Ashow, Kenilworth, Rugby, Thurlaston, Dunchurch and Toft, which by deed of 4 May 1569, were settled on his wife, Dame Alice Leigh.
iv) The manors of Stoneleigh and Ashow and lands and tenements there and in Kingshill, the manors of Long Lawford, Newbold and Cosford; the manor of Fletchamstead, the manor of Millburn, lands in Canley, Hurst, Westwood and Cryfield.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/759  16 July 1572

Contents:
Quitclaim from Robert Hudson of Stoneleigh, husbandman, to Dame Alice Leigh of all his common of pasture rights in a meadow in Stoneleigh called Great Sprotholme.
Bond attached.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/760  3 December 1573

Contents:
Agreement between Dame Alice Leigh, widow, of the first part and Sir John Spencer of Althorp, co. Northants., and Thomas Leigh, son of the said Dame Alice of the second part, whereby Dame Alice revokes all uses in the manor of Fletchamstead and lands thereto belonging in Fletchamstead and Stoneleigh, and for £600 paid to her by Sir John Spencer on behalf of Thomas Leigh and Katherine his wife (daughter of Sir John Spencer) agrees to vest them in trustees for the benefit of the said Thomas Leigh; with a proviso for redemption on the payment to Sir John Spencer of £600.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/761-2  19 January 1575/6

Contents:
Agreement between Dame Alice Leigh and Sir John Spencer that, of the profits from lands at Stoneleigh leased on 18 January 1575/6 to George Bond in trust, those from the manor house of Stoneleigh, woods called Echells, and closes called Mill Close, Hall Close, Botchers Meadow, the Conygre and the Park, shall only be taken for the use of Dame Alice Leigh (after the death of her son Thomas Leigh) when she be resident at Stoneleigh; and if she absent then the profits be taken for the use of Katherine Leigh, wife of the said Thomas Leigh.
With counterpart.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/763  19 January 1575/6

Contents:
Bond from Thomas Leigh to Dame Alice Leigh in the penal sum of £500 to secure peaceful possession of premises in Stoneleigh and Stareton, leased to George Bond in trust for her benefit on 18 January 1575/6.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/764  20 January 1575/6

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Dame Alice Leigh, giving notice to Sir John Spencer that she wishes to pay £600 for the redemption of the manor of Fletchamstead, as specified in no. 760.
With appointment of attornies by each party and receipt attached.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/765-6  Easter Term 1576


Related information: See no. 112.

Contents:
Fine between Alice Leigh and Thomas Leigh, plaintiffs, and George Kevett, alias Cyett, gent., Francis Bull and Mary his wife, and Edmund Haselwood, gent., and Prudence his wife, deforciants, of premises in Stoneleigh and Ashow.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/767  11 March 1576/7

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Rowland Leigh, esq., quitclaiming to Thomas Leigh, his brother, all his right in the monastery of Stoneleigh, the manors of Stoneleigh, Fletchamstead and Cross Grange, and lands in Stoneleigh and Leek Wootton.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/768  11 May 1577

Contents:
Memoranda from 'the booke in thexchequer commonly called Domisdaye Booke', listing the Warwickshire manors previously held by Edward the Confessor, and the manors forming the hundred of Stoneleigh; and, from 'records of the tower', concerning the naming of the abbeys of Stanley in Wiltshire and Gloucestershire.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/769  17 December 1577

Contents:
Letters patent confirming to the tenants of the manor of Stoneleigh, as ancient demesne of the Crown, freedom from toll, freedom from contributions to the maintenance of Knights of the shire, and freedom from jury service outside the manor of Stoneleigh.
Great Seal.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/770  Easter Term 1578

Contents:
Exemplification by Letter Patent dated 22 June 1580, of a plea in Chancery between John Wynford of Bubbenhall, gent., Thomas Deane of the same, yeoman, and Henry Beere of Stoneleigh yeoman, plaintiffs, and Dame Alice Leigh, defendant, concerning the payment of tithes of Cryfield Grange.
Great Seal.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/771  24 April 1579

Contents:
Bond, under the seal of the Statute Staple of the City of Coventry, from Gabriel Crosby, son and heir apparent of Richard Crosby of Stoneleigh, gent., to Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh, esq., in the penal sum of £300.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/772  24 April 1579

Contents:
Defeasance of a bond of even date (no. 771) namely that Richard Crosby and Gabriel Grosby observe covenants in an indenture made between them and Thomas Leigh and Katherine his wife on 1 April 1579.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/773  17 December 1580

Contents:
Release in all actions from Rowland Leigh of Stow-on-the-Wold, co. Glos., esq., to his brother, Richard Leigh of London, gent.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/774  1 March 1580/1

Contents:
Exemplification by the Mayor and Council of the City of Coventry of ff. 181v-182v of the Stoneleigh Leger Book (S.L.B., pp.254-6) concerning the abbot of Stoneleigh's tithe obligations to Kenilworth Priory. Mentions Stoneleigh, Cubbington, Home Grange, Cryfield Grange Stareton, Milburne, Bockenden, Horwell, Kingshill and Hurst.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/775  10 February 1586/7

Contents:
Bond from William Boltom of Grays Inn, co. Middx., gent., to Thomas Leigh in the penal sum of £80.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/775a  10 February 1586/7

Contents:
Defeasance of a bond of even date (no. 775), namely that William Bolton shall save Thomas Leigh harmless from any claims under a bond in £1500, dated 20 November 1578, from John Hanmer of Hanmer, co. Flint, to the said Thomas Leigh, which the latter assigned to William Bolton on 19 May 1586.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/776  1588/9

Contents:
Agreement between Dame Alice Leigh and Thomas Leigh, her son, that the former stands seised of manors and lands in Stoneleigh, Stareton, Fletchamstead, Canley, Finham, Kingshill, Ashow, Bericote, Leek Wootton, Hill Wootton and Hurst for life only, with reversion to the latter.
Not executed.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/777  22 September 1589

Contents:
Quitclaim from Rowland Leigh of Longborough, co. Glos., esq., to his mother, Dame Alice Leigh, and brother, Thomas Leigh, of all his right in the manors of Stoneleigh and Stareton, the advowson of Stoneleigh, and premises in Stoneleigh, Stareton, Ashow, Canley, Fletchamstead, Hurst, Westwood, Cryfield, Leek Wootton and Hill Wootton.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/778-9  20 November 1590

Contents:
Agreement between Dame Alice Leigh and her son Sir Thomas Leigh that the latter shall henceforth stand seized of the site of the monastery of Stoneleigh, the manors of Stoneleigh and Stareton, the advowson of Stoneleigh, and other premises in Stoneleigh, Stareton, Ashow, Canley, Fletchamstead, Hurst, Westwood, Cryfield, Leek Wootton and Hill Wootton.
With counterpart.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/780  2 March 1591/2

Contents:
Bond from Sir Thomas Leigh to William Catisby of Ashby St. Legers, co. Northants., in the penal sum of £2000 to keep covenants in a settlement of even date made on the proposed marriage between Robert Catisby, son and heir of the said Sir William, and Katherine Leigh, eldest daughter of the said Sir Thomas.
See DR 18/13/1/5a.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/781  1 December 1594

Contents:
Assignment from Sir Thomas Leigh to Thomas Beaufoy of Guy's Cliffe, esq., of a bond, dated 29 June 1582, from Erasmus Catesby late of Seaton, co. Rutland, to Sir Thomas Leigh in the sum of £1000.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/782  8 January 1594/5

Contents:
Settlement between Sir Thomas Leigh of the one part and Thomas Spencer of Lincolns Inn, esq., and Richard Sutton of the same, gent., of the other part (reciting a settlement made on the marriage of Sir Thomas Leigh and Katherine Spencer, dated 11 September 1572; see DR 18/13/1/1); namely that the latter shall take possession of the manors of Stoneleigh, Ashow and Leek Wootton, other premises in Stoneleigh, Ashow, Leek Wootton, Hill Wootton, Kingshill, Cross Grange, Kenilworth, Cryfield, Fletchamstead, Canley, Hurst, Cubbington, Bericote, Finham and Stareton, and the advowsons of Stoneleigh and Leek Wootton, to hold to the use of Lady Katherine Leigh for her jointure, with remainder to the said Sir Thomas Leigh and his issue, or in default, to the use of his brother, Sir William Leigh, and his issue, or in default, to his sisters Alice Conye, Katherine Baber and Lady Winifred Bond. With a proviso that the settlement, in respect of Dame Katherine's jointure, be void if she is permitted to occupy the abbey of Stoneleigh and other lands for life during her widowhood.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/782a  12 February 1594/5

Contents:
Exemplification of a recovery suffered by Thomas Leigh in favour of Thomas Spencer and Richard Sutton, of the premises described in no. 782.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/782b  24 November 1598

Contents:
Deed poll under the hand of Sir Thomas Leigh, confirming that the site of the abbey of Stoneleigh, the manor of Stareton and other premises in Stoneleigh, Stareton and Ashow shall comprise the jointure of his wife, Dame Katherine Leigh.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/783  1 September 1599


Related information: See also DR 18/13/1/7 and DR 18/17/12/3

Contents:
Licence from Queen Elizabeth I to Sir Thomas Leigh and Katherine his wife to alienate to Thomas Spencer and Thomas Chamberlaine the manors of Stoneleigh, Ashow, Stareton, Leek Wootton and Fletchamstead, premises in Stoneleigh, Ashow, Leek Wootton, Hill Wootton, Kingshill, Cross Grange, Kenilworth, Cryfield, Fletchamstead, Canley, Hurst, Cubbington, Bericote, Finham, Woodcote and Stareton, and the advowsons of Stoneleigh, Leek Wootton and Ashow.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/783a  Michaelmas Term 1599

Contents:
2 Copies fine between Thomas Spencer and Thomas Chamberlayne, esqs., plaintiffs, and Sir Thomas Leigh and Katherine his wife, deforciants, of the premises described in no. 783.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/784  3 December 1601

Contents:
Assignment from John Trewman of Minster Lovell, co. Oxon., gent., to George Gosse of Stoneleigh, gent., of a bond, dated 1 July 1598, from William Leighton of Stone, co. Staffs., to John Trewman in the sum of £500.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/785-6  15 February 1601/2

Contents:
Defeasance on a bond of even date, namely that Thomas Grenewood and George Grenewood of the Inner Temple, gents., pay to Sir Thomas Leigh the sum of £500.
With counterpart.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/787  16 December 1603

Contents:
General pardon issued by James I to Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh.
Great seal.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/788  4 February 1603/4

Contents:
Similar pardon of all transgressions issued to Sir Thomas Leigh on behalf of the Lord High Treasurer of England and the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/789  28 April 1609

Contents:
Agreement between Sir Thomas Leigh of the one part and Robert Lord Spencer, Baron of Wormleighton, and Thomas Spencer of Claverdon, esq., concerning the jointure of Katherine, wife of the said Sir Thomas, namely that it should comprise the site of the monastery of Stoneleigh and all the lands (specified) thereto belonging, including the Home Grange.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/790-1  4 June 1611

Contents:
Bond from Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh, Bart., to James I, in the penal sum of 1000 marks to secure the payment of £365 (being one third of a total debt of £1095) to Thomas Watts, receiver 'of moneys paide... by such as his Matie hath... created Baronetts'.
With counterpart.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/792  28 June 1611

Contents:
Receipt from the Office of the Pells to Sir Thomas Leigh, Bart., for £365, the third part of £1095, (See no. 791).

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/793  22 May 1612

Contents:
Similar receipt for £365.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/794  5 June 1613

Contents:
Similar receipt for £365.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/795  28 March 1617

Contents:
Bond under the seal of the statute staple from Sir Thomas Leigh to Sir David Fowlys of Ingleby, co. Yorks., for the payment of 2000 marks.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/796  28 March 1617

Contents:
Defeasance of a bond of even date from Sir Thomas Leigh to Sir William Fleetewood of Great Missenden, co. Bucks., in the sum of £10,000 to keep covenants in an indenture of 23 March 1617 between David Fowlis and Edmund Yates of Westminster, esq., of the one part, and Sir Thomas Leigh, Sir Randolph Crewe and Sir Henry Yelverton, of the other part; and in an indenture of 24 March 1617 between Sir David Fowlis, Edward Yates, Sir William Fleetewood and Richard Fisher of the Inner Temple, esq., of the one part and Sir Thomas Leigh, Edward Boughton of Lawford, esq., and Thomas Bond of London, esq., of the other part.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/796a  10 September 1632

Contents:
Inquisition held after the death of Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh, Bart., who died seised of the manors of Stoneleigh and Ashow, the rectory of Stoneleigh, the site of Stoneleigh Abbey and fulling mills there, the manor of Stareton, the advowson of Ashow, Stoneleigh Grange, lands in Canley, Hurst, Westwood and Cryfield, the manor and rectory of Leek Wootton and lands there and in Woodcote, the manor of Fletchamstead and other premises in Ashow, Kenilworth, Leek Wootton, Kingshill, Cubbington, Bericote, Fletchamstead and Finham and the manor and advowson of Hampstall Ridware, co. Staffs.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/797  18 May 1633

Contents:
Agreement between the Master and Surveyor of the Court of Wards and Liveries and Sir Thomas Leigh, Bart., cousin [or rather grandson] of the late Sir Thomas Leigh, Bart., on his being granted livery of his patrimony.
Attached is a detailed valuation of the inherited estates as determined by inquisition of 10 September 1632 (no. 796a).

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/797a  27 October 1652

Contents:
Lease from Sir Thomas Leigh, Bart., to Henry Phyllipps the younger of Stoneleigh, yeoman, of a messuage and two yardlands in Stoneleigh, for 21 years at an annual rent of £9.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/798-9  4 September 1654

Contents:
Lease from Sir Thomas Leigh, Bart., to Alexander Hoe of Stoneleigh, fuller, of a walk mill and housing belonging 'to the cornmill there decayed' and other appurtenances in Stoneleigh, for 21 years at an annual rent of £14.
With counterpart.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/800-1  31 March 1665

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh, Baron of Stoneleigh, to Thomas Garrett of the same, husbandman, of a messuage and closes (described) in Stoneleigh and Millburn, for 21 years at an annual rent of £30.
With bond.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/802  23 October 1666


Related information: See Warwick County Records, vol.4, p.267; vol.5, p.1.

Contents:
Inspeximus of proceedings in the Court of Kings Bench, Hilary terms 1663 and 1664, concerning a presentment, made at the General Sessions of the Peace for the County of Warwick, Epiphany 1663, concerning the maintenance of Cloud Bridge leading over the Avon from Cubbington towards Coventry, for which the jury claim that Thomas Lord Leigh was responsible.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/803  10 April 1667

Contents:
Lease from Edmund Hudson of Kenilworth, gent., to John Hudson of Stoneleigh, shoemaker, for £6, of a messuage and lands (described) in Stoneleigh, for 21 years at an annual rent of £5.
Endorsed with assignment to Thomas Lord Leigh, 3 November 1668.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/803a  20 March 1670/1

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh to John Wigson of Stoneleigh, servant, of two messuages with their respective lands (described) in Stoneleigh, for 21 years at an annual total rent of £24.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/804  5 November 1675

Contents:
Lease from Loveisgod Gregory of Stivichall, esq., to Christopher Grissoll of Stoneleigh, miller, of a water cornmill in Stoneleigh called Pipe Mill, for 21 years at an annual rent of £4.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/805  10 April 1676

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh to Moses Robinson of Stoneleigh, yeoman, of a messuage and lands (described) in Stoneleigh, for 19 years at an annual rent of £20 15s 0d.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/806  14 July 1677

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh to Joseph Mayoe of Stoneleigh, fuller, of a walk-mill, with appurtenances, in Stoneleigh, for 21 years at an annual rent of £14.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/807  1 March 1686/7

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh to Edward Higgison of Berkswell, yeoman, of a close of pasture in Stoneleigh called Cockes Wast, for 18 years at an annual rent of £8.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/809  4 June 1698


Related information: See no. 806.

Contents:
Lease from Thomas Lord Leigh to Joseph Mayoe of Stoneleigh, fuller, of a walk mill and its appurtenances in Stoneleigh, for five years at an annual rent of £14.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/810  8 November 1734

Contents:
Lease from Edward Lord Leigh to John Kidney of Coventry, dyer, of a newly-erected walk mill, with its appurtenances, in Stoneleigh, late in the tenure of Joseph Mayoe (see no. 809) for 21 years at an annual rent of £18 5s 0d.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/811-816  1738-1740

Contents:
Papers relating to the executorship of Mary Lady Leigh of the estate of her late husband, Edward Lord Leigh, died 9 March 1738.

[no title]  DR 18/1/811  c.1738

Contents:
List of rent arrears outstanding in 1737 and account of underwood sold in the winter of 1737/8.

[no title]  DR 18/1/812  c. 1738

Contents:
'A true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods, cattle, chattels, rights, credits and personal estate of the late Right Honourable Edward Lord Leigh.' Includes detailed account of the contents of the Abbey.

[no title]  DR 18/1/813  1738-39

Contents:
'Lady Leigh's accounts as executrix.'

[no title]  DR 18/1/814-814a  1738-39

Contents:
'The discharge' (two copies), i.e. payments made by the executors, 14 March 1737/8 - 13 December 1739.

[no title]  DR 18/1/815-815a  25 March 1740

Copies information: Two copies.


Contents:
List and valuation of items purchased by Thomas Lord Leigh from his mother, Mary Dowager Lady Leigh as executrix of his father and list and valuation of those items left to his use in Stoneleigh Abbey by the said Mary on her removal to Guys Cliffe, to which she was entitled for her life under the will of the said Edward Lord Leigh deceased.

[no title]  DR 18/1/816  25 March 1740

Contents:
Declaration by Lady Mary Leigh, as executor of the will of the late Edward Lord Leigh, that she will pay to her son, Thomas Lord Leigh, the residue of the personal estate due to him under the said will.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/817  15 September 1757

Contents:
Levy for raising £30 3s 0d towards the building of the Shire Hall at Warwick, imposed on the parish of Stoneleigh: lists tenants under Stoneleigh, Millburn, Cryfield, Hurst, Fletchamstead, Stareton, Finham, Kingshill and Canley.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/818  18 March 1758

Contents:
Another levy of £9 0s 9d for the same purpose.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/819  29 December 1760

Contents:
Another levy of £9 0s 9d for the same purpose.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/819a  24 February 1765

Contents:
Levy raised by the Overseer of the Poor for the parish of Stoneleigh: lists tenants under Stoneleigh, Millburn and Cryfield.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/820  1 August 1835

Contents:
Lease from Chandos Leigh of Stoneleigh Abbey, esq., to Francis Robbins of the same, farmer and miller, of a newly-erected messuage and newly-erected cornmill, with appurtenances, in Stoneleigh, for seven years at an annual rent of £300.
Schedule and plan.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/821-2  29 December 1854

Contents:
Conveyance from Thomas Lancaster of Kenilworth, labourer, to William Henry Lord Leigh, for £5 5s 0d, of eighteen perches of land in Stoneleigh fronting the road from Stoneleigh to Worsley Bridge.
Plan enclosed.

Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/823  7 March 1860

Contents:
Conveyance from the Right Honourable Hugh Lupus Grosvenor, eldest son of Richard Marquess of Westminster, and Heneage Earl of Aylesford, to William Henry Lord Leigh (acting under the latter's marriage settlement, dated 21 August 1848) for £759, of a messuage and croft in Stoneleigh.
Plan.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  [no ref. or date]

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/824  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Gift from Philip Boudn to Robert King of Foleshill, in marriage with his daughter, Edith, of a messuage and three acres of land (described) in Canley.
Witnesses: Alexander de Hill, Alexander of Canley, Richard son of Moysy, Richard son of Thomas, Henry son of Roger de Mora, Richard of Hurst and Robert of Salford, clerk.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/825  c. 1267

Contents:
Demise from Thomas of Canley to Sir Thomas of Charlecote of the land, with messuages and appurtenances in Canley, which his father gave to him in 1267 for four years; to hold for the remainder of the said term at an annual rent of 40 shillings.
Witnesses: Gerard of Alspath, John of Pontefract, Geoffrey of Stoneleigh, Geoffrey of Cryfield, Simon de Hulle and John de la Sale.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/826  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Demise by the Abbot of Stoneleigh to William de Thoshale of an acre of wasteland in Canley (described); to hold for life at an annual rent of 4 pence.
Witnesses: Alexander of Cryfield, Roger de la More, John de Heyford and others.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/827  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Gift from Robert of Canley to Robert his son of all his land in Canley, except the capital messuage and two acres called Linnecroft which Robert the elder shall retain for life.
Witnesses: Geoffrey of Stoneleigh, John Shuckburgh, Alexander of Cryfield, Geoffrey his son, John de la Sale and Nicholas 'clerico de Mora'.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/828  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Gift from Robert of Canley, with the consent of his son Thomas, to his daughter Juliana, of a new curtilage and eight acres of land in Canley.
Witnesses: William Michel of Hurst, John de la Sale, Simon of Cryfield, Henry Rachel, Henry de la More, Richard de Daddele, Jordan Thorebern, Richard Juvene and William son of Margaret.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/829  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Quitclaim from Henry de Turveye to Richard de Daddeley of all his right in a tenement (abuttals) in Canley.
Witnesses: Alexander of Cryfield, Roger de la Mor, John of Finham, William 'Persone', Hugh of Canley, Henry of Cryfield, William M--- and Henry Jordan.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/830  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Quitclaim from Richard de Dadeley to Master Thomas of Canley of all his right of half a virgate (described) in Canley.
Witnesses: Henry Rachel, John de la Sale, Jordan of Fletchamstead, William son of Alexander Wyth and Henry de Mora.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/831  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Gift from Philip Godcher of Canley to Alexander son of Guy of two acres of land (described) in Canley.
Witnesses: Robert of Canley, John of Stoneleigh, Michael of Hurst, Alexander of Cryfield, Robert de Millburn, William de la Sale, John de Daddele and Roger de la More.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/832  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Quitclaim from William brother of Henry de Torweye to Richard de Daddeleye, of all his right in the land (described) in Canley which his brother Henry had given him.
Witnesses: William of Canley, Alexander of Cryfield, William Michel, Henry de Mora and Henry Rachel.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/833  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Quitclaim from Robert son of Robert Canley to Master Richard of Middleton of all his right in a moiety of four messuages and six virgates of land in Canley.
Witnesses: William of Spalding, Mathew his brother, Robert Casseleu of Mollington, John his brother, William le Breton of Middleton, Henry Francisco and John de la Grene of the same.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/834  1268/9

Contents:
Agreement between Robert son of Robert of Canley and Master Thomas his brother, whereby the former quitclaims to the latter his right in a capital messuage, three virgates, a meadow and a croft in Canley in return for a demise from the latter to the former of a messuage, virgate and 'cultura' in Canley.
Witnesses: William vicar of Stoneleigh, Geoffrey of Stoneleigh, Henry of Cryfield, John de Aula, Nicholas of Finbury, son of Richard de Hulle, John de Monte of Stoneleigh and Richard de Mora.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/835  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Quitclaim from Alice daughter of Robert of Canley to Robert her father of all her right in a croft and meadow in Canley (as described in no. 834).
Witnesses: Alexander of Cryfield, Geoffrey of Stoneleigh, William de Swinesford, Robert de Witlakesford (?Wixford), Ernald de la Sale, Geoffrey of Cryfield and Ranulf of Frankton.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/836  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Quitclaim from Alexander son of Geoffrey of Cryfield to Master Thomas of Canley of all his right in a virgate of land in Canley.
Witnesses: Peter Bretun, William of Canley, Henry de Mora, Roger his son, Elias of Milburn, William Michel, Henry his son and Henry Rachel.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/837  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Gift from Elias de Hulle to Henry 'Rotario' of Canley and Matilda his wife of three half acres of land (described) in Canley.
Witnesses: Simon de Clowde, Roger de la More, Richard de Daddele, William son of William de Canley, William Person, John of Finham, and Thomas de Finham.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/838  29 September 1270

Contents:
Lease from Master Thomas son of Robert de Canley to Michael Abbot of Stoneleigh, of his tenement and lands in Canley, for ten years at an annual rent of 40 shillings.
Witnesses: William vicar of Stoneleigh, Geoffrey of Stoneleigh, Geoffrey of Cryfield, Henry son of Thomas of the same, Alexander of Canley, William Michel of Hurst and John de Aula.
Fine seal of the Abbot.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/839  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Gift from William le Harper to the abbey of Stoneleigh of ?four selions of land (?in Canley).
Witnesses: Robert of Canley, John of Stoneleigh, Geoffrey his son, Alexander de Hull', Michael of Hurst, William his son, William Papillon and Thomas of Cryfield.
Damaged by damp.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/840  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Later copy of two charters relating to Dullisford in Canley, viz:
i) Gift from Robert of Canley to Thomas his son of a messuage and virgate of land at Dullisford.
ii) Gift of the same from Master Thomas of Canley to Richard of Canley, his brother (no. 844).

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/841  10 August 1278

Contents:
Agreement between Robert son of Robert of Canley and Master Thomas, his brother, that if Robert pays 50 marks to Thomas, then Thomas will quitclaim to Robert the tenement in Canley which he bought from Master Richard Tyway of Middleton.
Witnesses: William vicar of Stoneleigh, Henry Brond, Henry of Hockley, John Gerard of Banbury and Reginald Eigund.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/842  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Quitclaim from Beatrice and Margary de Hulle, daughters of Roger Gamel, to Master Thomas of Canley of all their rights in a virgate of land at Dullisford in Canley, which their father held, in return for a quitclaim from Thomas to them of three acres in Canley.
Witnesses: Peter Breton, Henry de Mora, Roger his son, William son of Alexander, and Richard de Daddele.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/843  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Another copy of 842, but witnessed by:
William, vicar of Stoneleigh, Henry Brunt, Henry Michel of Hurst, Henry de Mora, Roger his son, Elias of Millburn, and William son of Alexander of Canley.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/844  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Demise from Master Thomas of Canley to Richard of Canley, his brother, of a virgate of land at Dullisford in Canley which Roger Gamel once held of his father Robert.
Witnesses: Simon of Idlicote, Henry de Mora, Roger son of the same, Master Henry of Canley, William son of William Alexander of Canley, William called Person and Henry son of Hugh.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/845  21 January 1298/9

Contents:
Demise from Thomas of Canley, son of Robert late of the same, to Isabella de Norton, widow of Robert his brother, of a messuage and half virgate in Canley, for the maintenance of her daughters, Alice and Juliana.
Witnesses: Roger de la More, Simon de l'Clude Richard de Daddel, Henry of Canley, and William son of William of the same.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/846  c. 1270

Contents:
Demise for life from Master Thomas of Canley to Robert son of Peter of Canley of a tenement in Canley which he had recovered before the justices at Warwick in 1270.
Witnesses: William, vicar of Stoneleigh, William Michel of Hurst, John de la Sale, William son of Alexander of Canley, Henry de Mora and Richard de Dadeley.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/847-847a  c. 1285

Contents:
Gift from William Abbot of Stoneleigh and the convent of the same to Master Thomas of Canley and Richard his brother, and the heirs of Richard, of two and a half 'culturas' (described) at Dadley in Canley, with provision for reversion to Isolda daughter of Henry Michel of Hurst should Richard die without heirs.
Witnesses: Robert of Stoke, Alexander of Coventry, Richard de Daddel, Henry of Canley, Roger de Mora, Roger le Turnour and Hugh le Turnour.
With counterpart.
Seals.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/848  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Quitclaim from Henry son of William Michel of Hurst to Master Thomas of Canley of all his right in a curtilage next Dolisford and land called Godenhale which Roger Gamel once held in Canley.
Witnesses: Robert of Canley, Ranulf of Frankton, Master Roger of Canley, Henry de Mora, Roger his son, Richard de Dadeley, William son of Alexander of Canley and Henry Wysmon.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/849  Undated [13th century]

Contents:
Quitclaim from Richard Tybbey of Middleton, clerk, to Master Thomas of Canley, for 45 marks, of all his right in a messuage and two virgates of land in Canley which Robert his father held of the said Thomas.
Witnesses: Walter prior of Clattercote, William vicar of Stoneleigh, Henry of Hockley in Weston, John of Finham, Henry de Cryfield in Stoneleigh, Elias of Millburn, Ranulf of Frankton and Roger de Mora.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/850  [Undated: 13th c.]

Contents:
Gifts from Richard Tywey of Middleton, clerk, to Master Thomas de Canley of his claim to a capital messuage, grove and two virgates of land in Canley.
Witnesses: Sir Walter prior of Clattercote, Sir William vicar of Stoneleigh, Henry de Holkele, Henry de Cryfield, John de Finham, Henry de Finham, Elias de Millburn, Henry de Mora, and Roger his son.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/851  [Undated: 13th c.]

Contents:
Agreement between Robert son of Peter of Canley and Master Thomas his son, granting back to the former for life a tenement in Canley.
Witnesses: Oliver de Daubeny, Ranulf de ?Frankton, Henry de Mora of Canley, John de la Sale, John de Finham and William son of Alexander of Canley.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/852  [Undated: 13th c.]

Contents:
Quitclaim from William abbot of Stoneleigh to Master Thomas de Canley of half a tenement in Canley which Richard de Middleton once had by the gift of Robert the younger.
Witnesses: William Michel of Hurst, Henry de la Mora, Alexander son of Geoffrey of Cryfield, William le Turnur, Richard de Dadele, Henry de Cryfield, John de Colle of Stoneleigh.
Seal of the Abbot of Stoneleigh.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/853  [Undated; 13th c.]

Contents:
Lease for life from Richard de Daddeley to Alice Lovut of a messuage and appurtenances in Canley (described).
Witnesses: Roger de Mora, Simon de la Cloude, William Penn, Henry 'Notarius' and William 'clericus'.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/854  [Undated: 13th c.]

Contents:
Gift from Richard de Daddele, son of Richard de Daddele, of Canley, to the church of St. Mary, Stoneleigh, of land (described) in Canley in Godenhalefurlong.
Witnesses: Thomas Boydyn, Henry de Hockley, Robert le Heye of Stoneleigh, William Blundel and William Rudde de Prestwelle.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/855  [Undated: 13th c.]

Contents:
Gift from the same to the same of an acre of land in Canley at Wymundeswelle.
Witnesses: Thomas Boydyn of Stratton, Henry de Hockley, Simon de la Cloude, John de Finham, and Robert le Heyr of Stoneleigh.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/856  [Undated; 13th c.]

Contents:
Gift from the same to the same of miscellaneous lands (described) in Canley.
Witnesses: Thomas Boydyn, John de Heyford, Henry de Hockley, Robert le Heyr of Stoneleigh and William Blundel.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/857  [Undated; 13th c.]

Contents:
Gift from Nicholas de Canley, wheelwright, son of Henry Wheelwright (Rotarius) of Canley to the Church of St. Mary, Stoneleigh, of two selions and a dole (described) in Canley.
Witnesses: Thomas Boydyn, John de Heyford, Henry de Hockley, Robert le Heyr of Stoneleigh and Simon de la Clude.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/858  [Undated; 13th c.]

Contents:
Gift from the same to the same of two acres of land (described) in Canley.
Witnesses: Robert de Stoke, John de Heyford, Henry de Hockley, Robert le Heyr of Stoneleigh and John de Finham.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/859  [Undated; 13th c.]

Contents:
Gift from Nicholas Wheelwright (rotarius), son of Henry Rotarius of Canley to the church of St. Mary, Stoneleigh of a dole in Broadmeadow, Canley.
Witnesses: Henry de Hockley, John Champiun, John de Finham, Robert le Heyr of Stoneleigh and Richard de Daddele.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/860  [Undated; 13th c.]

Contents:
Gift from Nicholas Wheelwright (rotarius) of Canley to the church of St. Mary, Stoneleigh, of half an acre in Lucruslowefeld, Canley.
Witnesses: Henry de Hockley, John Campion, Robert le Eyr, Richard de Daddele and William Rudde.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/861  [Undated; 13th c.]

Contents:
Gift from Nicholas de Canley, wheelwright, son of Henry Wheelwright (rotarius) of Canley to the church of St. Mary, Stoneleigh, of three butts of land in Brademeduwe, Canley.
Witnesses: Thomas Boydyn, John de Heyford, Henry de Hockley, Robert le Heyr of Stoneleigh and Simon de la Cloude.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/862  [Undated; 13th c.]

Contents:
Gift from Nicholas Wheelwright (rotarius) of Canley to the church of St. Mary, Stoneleigh, of four selions of land (described) in Canley.
Witnesses: Thomas Boydyn, Henry de Hockley, William Blundel, William Rudde and Henry Halli.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/863  26 March 1338

Contents:
Quitclaim from Nicholas de Canley, wheelwright, to the church of St. Mary, Stoneleigh of his right in lands in Canley held in dower by Edith wife of his grandfather, Hugh de Canley.
Witnesses: William Blundel, Richard de Daddele, John Campion, Adam de Holyes and William Rudde.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/864  [Undated; 13th c.]

Contents:
Gift from Roger Gopil son of John Gopil to the church of St. Mary, Stoneleigh, of an acre of land (described) in Canley which he had by the gift of Matilta wife of Henry Wheelwright (rotarius) of Canley.
Witnesses: Thomas Bodyn, Henry de Hockley, Robert le Heyr of Stoneleigh, William Blundel and William Rudde of Prestwell.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/865  [Undated; 13th c.]

Contents:
Gift from Michael de la More son of Roger de la More to the church of St. Mary, Stoneleigh, of a piece of land and six selions (described) in Canley.
Witnesses: Thomas Boyden, Henry de Hockley, Robert de Lalleford, Robert le Heyr of Stoneleigh and John de Finham.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/866  [undated; late 13th c.]

Contents:
Exchange between John Abbot of Stoneleigh and Simon de Hutlicote and Isolda his wife of half the meadow in Canley called Le Holewemor for land in Hurst.
Witnesses: Alexander de Cryfield, Roger de la Mora, Thomas de Finham, John de Finham, Robert Baudewyn, John de Heyford and Robert de Napton

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/867  [Undated; 13th c.]

Contents:
Gift from Richard son of Richard of Fletchamstead to William Champion of Fletchamstead and Emma his wife of two selions (described) in Canley.
Witnesses: Thomas de Fletchamstead, Edward de Fletchamstead, William Wincent, Henry Rachel, Richard Moys, Jordan Sucebreu and Nicholas Clerk.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/868  [Undated; 13th c.]

Contents:
Quitclaim from John son of Richard Franklen of Canley to Roger son of Henry de la More of Canley, of his right in a piece of land and four selions (described) in Brodescroft, Canley.
Witnesses: Oliver Daubeneye, Alexander de Cryfield, John de Finham, Thomas de Finham, William Parsone, Henry de la More of Canley, Richard de Daddeleye, Simon de la Cloude, Henry Rachel of Fletchamstead and William Moys of the same.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/869  [Undated; 13th c.]

Contents:
Quitclaim from John son of Richard Franklin of Canley to Henry de Mora of Canley of an annual rent of four pence due to the former from a piece of land called Bernestude.
Witnesses: Master Thomas de Canley, Alexander de Cryfield, William Michel, Richard de Daddele, William Person, Henry Jurdan, Geoffrey de Horewelle, Thomas de Campion and Richard le Joefne.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/870  10 January 1294

Contents:
Gift and quitclaim from John son of Richard Franklin of Canley to Roger de la More of Canley, son of Henry de la More of two headlands (described) in Canley.
Witnesses: Oliver Daubenye of Asthul, Roger Gopel of Whobberley, John de Herewelle, Richard de Daddeleye, Thomas le Campion of Fletchamstead, William Moys of the same and Thomas le Juvene of the same.
Dated at Canley.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/871  26 January 1295

Contents:
Gift from John Franklin of Canley to Henry de la More of the same of a halfpenny rent paid annually by William son of Richard Wette de la More for land (described) in Canley.
Witnesses: Alexander de Cryfield, Henry Rachel, William Person, John de Horewelle, Thomas le Campion, Richard de Daddeleye and William Moys.
Dated at Canley.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/872  4 February 1296

Contents:
Gift from John called (dictus) Franklin of Canley to Roger de la More of a piece of land (described) in Canley called La Moreh.
Witnesses: Master Thomas de Canley, Alexander de Cryfield, John Gopyl, William son of Oliver de Albeny, William called Person of Canley, Richard de Cannock and Henry Tyson.
Dated at Canley.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/873  1 September 1299

Contents:
Gift from Thomas de Canley to Richard his brother of his capital messuage in Canley and all his lands in Muchfeld, Lockereslowefeld and Westfeld.
Witnesses: William vicar of Stoneleigh, Thomas Boydin, Alexander de Cruylefeld, Simon de la Clwde, Thomas le Jevene, Richard de Daddeleye, William Person, William son of William of Canley, Henry Rachel, Henry de la Moreh and Roger de la Moreh.
Dated at Cannock.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/874  [Undated; late 13th c.]

Contents:
Gift from William called Parson of Canley to Master Thomas de Canley and Richard his brother of two selions (described) in the South Field, Canley.
Witnesses: William vicar of Stoneleigh, Henry de la More, Roger his son, John de Finham, Henry Carpenter, Richard de Dadle, and Henry Rachel.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/875  [n.d.]

Contents:
Counterpart of no. 874.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/876  [Undated; late 13th c.]

Contents:
Gift from the same to the same of a half acre (described) in Canley.
Witnesses: Roger de Mora, Simon de Udilicote, John de Finham, Peter Marmion and Geoffrey called Lef of Coventry.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/877  [Undated; 13th c.]

Contents:
Gift from Richard de Amundevill to John de Ashow, fisherman, of a cottage and half acre of land [?in Canley].
Witnesses: Jordan de Whitacre, Walter de Morcote, Clement de Berkswell, William de Bruer, Jordan de Schawe, Adam de Notebroc and William Cocus.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/878  27 January 1353

Contents:
Gift from Robert le Spenser of Coventry to Roger Coccus and Thomas de Wyntone of two selions (described) in Canley on Loukereslowe.
Witnesses: John Sparry, Richard de la Cloude and Thomas de Fynham.
Dated at Stoneleigh.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/879  15 June 1301

Contents:
Quitclaim from Alexander son of Geoffrey de Cryfield to Simon de la Cloude and Isolda his wife of all his right in a cottage, curtilage and virgate of land in Dolesforde previously held by Master Thomas of Canley etc.
Witnesses: William vicar of Stoneleigh, Roger de la More, Thomas Boyden, Robert Baudewin, John de Finham, Thomas de Finham, William Person of Canley, Richard Daddele of the same and William de Canley, clerk.
Dated at Stoneleigh.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/880  24 August 1357

Contents:
Demise from Thomas abbot of Stoneleigh to Richard de la Cloude of a messuage and two virgate of land in Hurst and a toft and virgate of land at Dolsford in Canley.
Witnesses: Simon Pakeman, Richard de Leicester, John de Hockley, John Sparry, Nicholas Percy, Thomas de Finham, Oliver Burdet and William Hally.
Dated at Stoneleigh.
Fragment of seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/881  26 May 1317

Contents:
Gift from John Franklin of Canley to John le Champion of Fletchamstead of a piece of land in Canley.
Witnesses: Thomas le Jevene, Richard de Alemayne, William Blundel, Thomas Jurdan, and Richard Rachel.
Dated at Canley.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/882  1 August 1317

Contents:
Demise from the abbey of Stoneleigh to John de Benenton of Coventry, of an exclosed piece of land, land called 'Wygatesyard sub la Lee' and three butts in Eddecroft, all in Canley.
Witnesses: John de Heyford, Thomas Boydin of Stratton, Henry de Hockley, Alexander de Cryfield, and William Blundel of Canley.
Dated at Stoneleigh.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/883  6 March 1324

Contents:
Gift from Michael son of Roger de la More of Canley to Isolda de la Cloude of two selions of land in Loukerslowefeld, Canley.
Witnesses: John de Finham, John Campion, Richard de Daddele, William Blundel, Henry Halli, William Rudde and Nicholas Wheelwright (rotarius) of Canley.
Dated at Canley.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/884  20 June 1325

Contents:
Gift from Nicholas son of Henry Wheelwright (rotarius) of Canley to the church of St. Mary, Stoneleigh, of all his lands in Canley.
Witnesses: Michael de la More, John Campiun, Richard de Daddele, Adam del Holyes and William Rudde.
Dated at Stoneleigh.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/885  20 June 1325

Contents:
Gift from the same to the same of all his goods and chattels in Canley.
Dated at Stoneleigh.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/886  14 October 1325

Contents:
Gift and quitclaim from Alicia Boneton of Canley to Christiana daughter of Henry Helly of Canley of a piece of land (described) in Canley.
Witnesses: John de Finham, Richard de Daddeleye, Adam de Holyer, Nicholas de Canley, Richard de Alemayne, Reginald Shepherd (Bercar')and John Champion, clerk.
Dated at Canley.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/887  14 February 1328

Contents:
Gift and quitclaim from Michael son of Roger de la More to Robert abbot of Stoneleigh of all the lands in Canley and Fletchamstead which he inherited from his father.
Witnesses: Sir Robert de Napton, Thomas Boydyn, Henry de Hockley, John de Heyford, Alexander de Cryfield, John de Shuckburgh, John Campion, John de Finham and William Rudde.
Dated at Stoneleigh.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/888  25 April 1328

Contents:
Gift from John Franklin of Canley to Robert his son of all his lands in Canley.
Witnesses: William Blundel, Richard de Daddel', Nicholas Malin, Henry Hally and Richard de Lalleford.
Dated at Canley.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/889  6 December 1338

Contents:
Quitclaim from Michael son and heir of Roger de la More to Robert abbot of Stoneleigh of all the lands which he inherited from his father in Canley, Fletchamstead and Cubbington.
Witnesses: William Bloundel, Adam Ody, Robert le Heir, Walter le Staleworth and John Campion.
Dated at Stoneleigh.
Seal. (detached).

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/890  22 March 1339

Contents:
Gift from Thomas son of William Person of [?Canley] to Robert le [Bo]nde of Radway and Thomas son of [Richard] atte Lake of Radway, of Bockenden Meadow in Canley.
Witnesses: John Campion, Richard Daddele, Henry de Weston, Henry le Yonge and William Hally.
Dated at Canley.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/891  12 June 1340

Contents:
Quitclaim from Thomas son of William Person of Canley to Robert le Bonde of Radway and Thomas son of Richard atte Lake of Radway of his right to a meadow (described) called Bokendenemedowe.
Witnesses: John Campion, Richard de Daddele, Thomas de Finham, William Rudde and William Halli.
Dated at Canley.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/892  14 September 1340

Contents:
Demise from Robert abbot of Stoneleigh to Alicia widow of William Bloundel of Kenilworth and William son of the said Alicia, and John brother of the said William, of a piece of land (described) in Canley.
Witnesses: Robert de Wynriche of Stoneleigh, John Campion, Richard de Daddele, Thomas de Finham, William Rudde, John de Thornhale and William Hally.
Dated at Stoneleigh.
Seals.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/893  21 (?) September 1343

Contents:
Gift from Robert le Bonde of Radway and Thomas atte Lake to Robert abbot of Stoneleigh of a croft in Canley and a meadow called Bokendenemedwe, both of which they had by the gift of Thomas son of William Person.
Witnesses: Adam atte Holyes of Hurst, William de Werketon of the same, Thomas de Finham, Robert le Eyr of Stoneleigh and Philip Jones of Hulle.
Dated at Stoneleigh.
Seal

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/894  1 June 1346

Contents:
Gift from Richard de Daddeleye of Canley to John de Hockley and John Sparry of all his goods and chattels.
Dated at Stoneleigh.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/895  24 (?) August 1357

Contents:
Lease from Thomas abbot of Stoneleigh to Richard de la Cloude of a messuage and two virgates of land in Hurst and a toft and virgate of land at Dolsforde in Canley.
Witnesses: Simon Pakeman, Richard de Leicester, John Hockley, John Sparry, Nicholas Percy, Thomas de Finham, Oliver Burdet and William Hally.
Dated at Stoneleigh.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/896  29 August 1357

Contents:
Gift from Richard de la Cloude to John Sparry, John de Hockley, Nicholas Percy, John Gunsorel and John de Finham of premises (described) in Cryfield, Hurst and Canley.
Witnesses: Simon Pakeman, Richard de Leicester, Thomas de Finham, Oliver Burdet and William Hally.
Dated at Stoneleigh.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/897  7 July 1371

Contents:
Gift from Robert Herdewyk of Coventry, haberdasher, and Adam de Yardley, junior, to John Gopyl of Coventry and Joan his wife of all the premises they hold in Canley by the latter's gift.
Witnesses: Walter Whytwebbe of Coventry, Nicholas de --- of the same, John Smith, hosier, of the same, Richard de Merryngton of the same, Richard atte Cloude of Stoneleigh, William ----, clerk.
Dated at Canley.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/898  24 June 1383

Contents:
Gift from Simon Whetton of Canley to John Raves servant to Thomas de Beauchamp Earl of Warwick of four butts of land in Ladycroft in exchange for a piece of land called Dullesseyddyard in Canley.
Witnesses: William Daddeley of Canley, William Hally of the same, Richard Thornhale of Cryfield, William Rued of Canley and Walter Walkelyen of the same.
Dated at Canley.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/899  (?) 3 July 1383

Contents:
Partition between Juliana eldest daughter of Richard de la Cloude and John Raves and Isabella his wife, the younger daughter, of their father's lands (described) in Canley, Hurst and Stivichall.
Dated at Canley
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/900  24 September 1385

Contents:
Gift from Roger Gerveyse and Juliana his wife to Oliver Burdet and John Halom, chaplain, of a messuage, virgate of land, five acres of meadow and four acres of wood in Canley and one toft, two virgates of land a piece of waste in Hurst, all which once belonged to Richard de la Cloude.
Witnesses: Robert Burdet, William Hally, senior, William Hally, junior, Nicholas Campion and John Spenser.
Dated at Canley.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/901  1 July 1386

Contents:
Gift from Oliver Burdet and John Halom, chaplain, to Roger Gerveys and Juliana his wife of the premises in Canley and Hurst described in no. 900.
Witnesses: as in 900.
Dated at Canley.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/902  29 October 1423

Contents:
Gift from Juliana widow of Roger Gerveys of Canley to John Wylnale of Grandborough, William Dassett of Thurlaston, John atte Crosse of Kingshill and Benedict Huggeford of Berkswell of all his right in lands in Canley, Hurst and Stoneleigh.
Witnesses: William Halley, senior, John Deyster, John Halley, William Halley junior and Thomas Bayly of Stoneleigh.
Dated at Stoneleigh.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/903  10 October 1425

Contents:
Gift from the same to the same of the premises described in no. 902.
Witnesses: as in no. 902, but substituting Robert Thornhale for Thomas Bayly.
Dated at Canley.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/904  10 October 1425

Contents:
Letters of Juliana widow of Roger Gerveys appointing William Raves of Berkswell as her attorney to deliver seisin of the premises described in no. 903.
Dated at Berkswell.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/905  1 June 1429

Contents:
Gift from Guy Willenhale son and heir of Juliana, widow of Roger Gerveys, to John Wylnale, William Dassett, John atte Crosse, and Benedict Huggeford of the lands in Canley, Hurst and Stoneleigh described in no. 903.
Witnesses: William Halley senior, John Halley and William Raves of Berkswell.
Dated at Berkswell.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/906  10 June 1430

Contents:
Release from William Dassett of Thurlaston and John atte Crosse of Kingshill to John Wylnale of Grandborough of their right in lands in Canley, Hurst and Stoneleigh as granted to them in no. 905.
Dated at Canley.
Seals.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/907  21 November 1510

Contents:
Agreement between Robert abbot of Stoneleigh and Thomas Raves of Canley to settle a dispute between them over the payment of chief rents due from lands in Canley, Hurst and Westwood, after arbitration by John Wakerley, subprior of Stoneleigh and Edward Welsh of Warwick, gent., and John Padland of Coventry, draper, and John Porter of the same, gent.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/908  4 November 1515

Contents:
Gift from Thomas Hogges to Robert Sutton, abbot of Stoneleigh of all his lands and tenements in Canley which he had by the gift of John Walkeleyn late of Balsall.
Dated at Canley.
Seal.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/909  St. Henry VIII

Contents:
Survey of lands in Canley held by Stoneleigh Abbey.

Stoneleigh, Canley in  DR 18/1/910  7 March 1534

Contents:
Demise from William Wall abbot of Kenilworth to Baldwin Porter of Coventry, gent., of the tithes of Canley and Fletchamstead.
Seal in fragments.

STONELEIGH, CANLEY  DR 18/1/911  1551

Contents:
Copy of the demise made by the Crown to John Hancorne of Morehallfields and 14 acres of arable and of meadow lying in Canley. Dated 14 March 4 Edward VI (1550-5I) T. Sir Richard Sakevyle.kt.

STONELEIGH, Canley  DR 18/1/912  1569

16 by 8 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Richard Crossebye of Canley, to fulfill covenants to William Dyxon Hyll, of cloases called 'Lyttle Cannock' between the lane called Womannes Well lane and Le Myddle Cannocks, 20 Oct. II Elizabeth. (1569)
T Rychard Dynthe, Thomas Thomlynson, Mathew Withe.
Seal lost.

Stoneleigh, Canley  DR 18/1/912A  1569

Contents:
Bargain and sale dated 26 Oct.11 Elizabeth (1569) of a pasture [...] called Little Cannocke; by Richard Crossebye of Canley to William Dyxon of the Hill. T. Richard Dyxon the younger, Edward Hill, Thomas Tomlinson, Steven Mathew.
S.and s by Richard.

STONELEIGH, Canley  DR 18/1/913  1570

19 by 13½ in

Contents:
Lease dated 2 Nov.12 Elizabeth (1570) Richard Crosbie of Canley, gent., to Francis Symcocks of Coventry, innholder of the site of his messuage in Canley, with Leyes croft and a meadow. s.and s.

STONELEIGH, CANLEY  DR 18/1/914  1575

Contents:
Bargain and sale dated 20 July 17 Elizabeth 1575 by Richard Crossebye of Canley to Thomas Edge of Donysford closes.
S. and S. by Richard.
No witnesses.

Stoneleigh, Canley  DR 18/1/916  1635

8¾ by 5 in.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of Edward Wilson of Canley, to Edward Draper of Stonely, 25 Sept. 1610
To keep covenants.
Seal a dove and olive branch.

Stoneleigh Canley  DR 18/1/916  1594

Contents:
Lease dated 6 Oct. 1594 by William Hancorne of Weekewar co.Glouc. to Sylvester Tenant of Steple Aston, co. Oxon, husbandman, of a cottage and close, parcel of Fynborough in the hamlet of Canley.
S.& s by William.

STONELEIGH, CANLEY.  DR 18/1/917  1637/8

Contents:
Writ directed to Sir Simon Archer, Thomas Flint esq., John Browne John Chipp, William Iremonger, John Marshe to appear as witnesses in the cause between William Pryor Francis Winton, John Hackney and Richard Doggett v Thomas Leigh kt and Jane his wife, re lands etc in Canley, Crielfield, and Hurst. Queen's Bench. 8 Feb. 13 Cahrles (1637-38)

Stoneleigh CANLEY; Whorwell Waste in Canley  DR 18/1/918  1670

Contents:
Lease dated 29 July 1670, by Thomas, lord Leigh, to Judith Murdocke of Coventry, widow, Jeremy her son, citizen & linnendraper of London, Robert Beake of Coventry, gent and Samuel Astley of the said city, apothcaries; of the close called "Whorwell Waste". etc
Seals I. A chevron between three roses, a crescent for difference (used by Judith) I & iii defaced. iv lost.

STONELEIGH, CANLEY  DR 18/1/919  1677

Contents:
Redemise dated 20 Dec. 1677, by Arthur of Ahglesey and other lords of the Privy Council, and Richard Temple of Stow co. Bucks of the one part; to Thomas lord Leigh, John Grimston of Bagginton, and Francis Casemore of Staverton esquire. of the lands of Canley Hurst and Cryfield and certain tithes gthere.
S.and s.
T. Maurice Annesley, Bryan Wde, Ob.Reynolds, Thos Gibbs.

STONELEIGH, CANLEY.  DR 18/1/920  1687

Contents:
Lease dated 1 August 1687, Thomas Lord Leigh to Thomas Bagshaw of Canley, husbandman, of a messuage etc. late Susannah Nicholls.
Seal lost.

STONELEIGH, Canley  DR 18/1/921  1691/2

Contents:
Lease of Whorwell Waste, dated 12 March 1691/2, to Thomas Bradley of Leicester, innholder.
Seal a stag.

STONELEIGH, Canley  DR 18/1/922  1798

Contents:
Lease dated 27 Sept.1798, by William Grundy of Wigston parva co.Leicester esquire, to William Lefcoat of Ansley, of closes in Canley. s.and s.

Stoneleigh Canley in  DR 18/1/923  1855

Contents:
Conveyance dated 8 August 1855 by the Trustees of William, lord Leigh, to Richard Horsman Solly of Great Ormond street, of premises in Canley

Stoneleigh, Cannock in  [no ref. or date]

Stoneleigh, Cannock in  DR 18/1/924  1340

Contents:
Grant by Thomas son of William Person of Canele to (Robert le Wonde and) Thomas atte Lake, of a croft... lying between... ad le Stukemore at Kannock... T.... Campion, Richard..., Thomas de Fynham, and others. Dated at Stonle,.. 14

Stoneleigh The Cannocks  DR 18/1/925  1640

Contents:
Lease dated 10 April 1640, by Sir Thomas Leigh to John Wigstead of Baggington, gent. of the Cannocks in the tenure of David Bull, gent.
S.& s. by John. Seal lost.

Stoneleigh, Crackley in  [no ref. or date]

Stoneleigh, Crackley in  DR 18/1/926  nd

5¼ by 3½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Fr Osbert, (de Westwelle) abbot of Stanle (1235)1258.) demising to Robert son of Alexander, of Meleburne, 2 acres of the wood of Craceleye, lying next his land on the West, and another portion of wood to augment the same, towards the South; rendering 2d on the feast of St Michael. T. Thomas de Bobinhale, Reginald Rous, Robert de Kanele, Geoffrey his son, William de Hurste, John de Finham, Thomas de Crulefeld, and many others. Seal a pointed oval in green wax. The abbot standing holding a book in the right hand and his staff in the left. between the Sun and moon. SIGILL' ABBATIS (DE STA) NLEIA.

CRYFIELD IN STONELEIGH  [no ref. or date]

CRYFIELD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/927  1299

7½ by 4 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Master Thomas de Kanelye and Richard his brother, to William, (de Merstone) pepetual vicar of the church of Stanleye, of a messuage and land in Cryefelde; which Amice widow of William le Macun, held of them; and which they had of Henry de Cruylefelde; rendering yearly seven shillings. T. Rogerds la Moreh, Richard de Daddeleye, Simon de la Cloude, Symon de Fynlege, henry son of Hugh de Kanleye, Dated at Kannoke, Tuesday the Morrow of St Matthew, 27 Edward son of Henry. (22 Sept. 1299) Seal a pointed oval, brown. The Blessed Mary seated with a suppliant below. (Much broken). SIGILL'L DE...

CRYFIELD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/928  1544

Contents:
A copy of Letters Patent dated 9 Oct: 36 Henry VIII (1544) granting to Robert Bocher and Elizabeth his wife, Cruelfield Orange, with 30 acres of land, and 430 of pasture in le Walfelde, Lez Hobbes, Leyfelde, Le Whitfelde, Potterstede, Roughknolles, Smothe knolles, Monksheye, le Parkfelde, and Matmakers; together with 20 acres of pasture on Blackwaste, Berifelde Hobbens, and Walfelde, with 30 more of arable on Mylfelde.

CRYFIELD in Stoneleigh.  DR 18/1/929  1545

Contents:
Grant of Cruelfelde Grange 14th April 36 Henry VIII. (1545) to Robert Bocher and Elizabeth his wife, with Walstede, Gobbes, Leyfelde, Whitfelde, Potter's field, and Rough Knolle. etc.

STONELEIGH, Cryfield  DR 18/1/930  4 Feb 1585/6

22¾ by 13 in.

Contents:
Grant by Dame Alice Leigh and Thomas her son, to George Kevett alias Cuett, late alderman of Coventre, son and heir of Thomas Kevett, of Cryfield Dam, in the tenure of William Peresone and Roberte Baker; and late of Humfrye Reynoldes and Richard Andrewes, s. and s.by George. Seal a female's bust.

STONELEIGH, CRYFIELD  DR 18/1/931  1575/76

24 by 16 in

Contents:
Bargain and Sale dated 4 Feb. 18 Elizabeth (1575/76) by George Kevett alias Cuett son of Thomas Kevett of Coventry gent, to Frauncis Bull citizen and clothworker of London and Mary his wife, of the one part; and Thomas Leigh Knight and alderman of the other part: of Cryfield Dam.
S. and S. Seals i A man's head. ii obscure. iii A female's head.
T. Edmonde Hassellwoode, Ric. Sutton, Edw. Marowe, William Bettowe.

Stoneleigh Manor. Cryfield  DR 18/1/932  12 Nov 1588

Contents:
Lease by Dame Alice Leigh and Thomas Leigh, to Baldwin Hill of Stichall, yeoman, of the manor of Stoneleigh, to be their sokeman, and hold Towsall alias Soke Manor, in Cryfield, with 100 acres of land in sokemanry.
S.& s. by 'Balden Hel'
Seal a turkey ?

STONELEIGH CRYFIELD  DR 18/1/932A  1640

Contents:
Indenture dated 30 June 16 Charles (1640) between Thomas Leigh of Stonely kt and bt, and Lady Elizabeth, relict of Sir Thomas Egerton kt. concerning securities given by Edmund Bolsworth to the said Elizabeth. not executed.

STONELEIGH, CRYFIELD.  DR 18/1/933  1650

Contents:
Lease dated 30 Nov 1650 by Lady Mary Leigh and Sir Thomas her son, to John Hartley of Butlers Marston, of a messuage in Croylefield with Millfield etc.
Seal I.B. damaged

STONELEIGH CRYFIELD  DR 18/1/933A  1651

10¼ by 5¾ in Seal lost
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of John Hartley yeoman to Lady Mary and Thomas Leigh of Ridware, 4 Feb.1650. to keep covenants.

STONELEIGH, CRYFIELD.  DR 18/1/934  1661/62

Contents:
Final Concord levied in the octave of the Purification 13 Charles 11 between William Pryor, Francis Winton and John Buckner gents, plaintiffs: Thomas Leigh knight and Jane his wife defendants of 3 messuages, 50 acres of land, 150 of meadow, 40 of pasture, 300 of wood in Cryfield, Hurst and Canley. Cons £80.

STONELEIGH, Cryfield  DR 18/1/935  1664

Contents:
Pleas in the King's Bench Trinity 16 Charles 11 (1664) William Wilson gent v John Hartlett on a plea of false entry.

Stoneleigh Cryfield.  DR 18/1/936  1664

Contents:
Lease dated 10 Feb. 1664-65, by Christopher son of Thomas lord Leigh, confirming another dated 20 March 1651, by Sir Thomas Leigh of Hamstall Ridware, to John Guilliams, gent and Anne his wife, daughter of William Armitage of Doncaster co.York, of the manorhouse or grange of Cruelfeld.
Signed by Christopher, and sealed with a Unicorn's head.

Stoneleigh Cryfield  DR 18/1/937  1674

Contents:
Mortgage dated 18 Nov. 1674. Sir William Bromley, of Baggington, K.B., The Hon: Charles Leigh of Burdingbury, esquire, and Thomas lord Leigh of the 1st part; Charles son and heir of the Earl of Dorset and Sir kingsmill Lucy Bt, of the 2nd part; William, earl of Desmond and Lady Mary his wife, of the 3rd part; of Cruellfield Grange.
S.& s. I. Crsest, out of a coronet, a demi-lion rampant. (Bromley)-ii. defaced (Leigh) - iii.
Quarterly of IV, I obscure .II.A chevron between three crowns. ( ). iii. A pale loxengy ( ).IV.... between two... ( ). In pretence Quarterly within a bordure... ( ).- (Leigh) - IV. defaced .V & VI defaced. VII. & VIII.defaced.

Cryfield Grange  DR 18/1/938-939  1674

Contents:
Mortgage dated 18 Nov. 1674. William Bromley, K.B.of Bagginton, The Hon: Charles Leigh of Burdingbury, esq:. and Thomas lord Leigh baron of Stoneleigh, of the 1st part; Charles lord Buckhurst son of the Earl of Dorset, George lord Berkley & Mowbray, and Sir thomas Kingsmill of St Martin in the Fields, bart. of the 2nd part; William, earl of Desmond, and Mary his wife, one of the daughters of Henry earl of Monmouth ;of the manor house or grange of Cryfield.
Signed and sealed.
Seals i.a demilion rampant. (Bromley)
ii. A cross engrailed in the first quarter a lozenge a cresent for difference .(Leigh)
iii. and Iv lost.
V. Defaced.
VI & VII Lost.
VIII. Defaced.
Lease dated 19 Nov. as above.
Seals broken or lost.

Stoneleigh, Cryfield  DR 18/1/940  1674

Contents:
Bond of William Bromley of Bagginton K.B. to George, lord Berkeley, [...] 18 Nov 1674.
T.John Ranworth, John Gilberd, John Miller

Stoneleigh,Cryfield  DR 18/1/941A  1937-9

Contents:
Imperfect paper copy conveyance by Charles, Ld Brockhurst and Sir Kingsmill Lucy to Thames Lord heigh of cyfield Grange with lands in Canley and repayment of mortgage.

Stoneleigh Cryfield Grange. 1805.  DR 18/1/941  1805

Contents:
Lease dated 30 March 1805. by the Hon: Mary Leigh, to Edward Ryley of Hamstall Ridware, gent. of Cryfield Grange.
S.& s.

STONELEIGH, ECHILLS  [no ref. or date]

STONELEIGH, ECHILLS  DR 18/1/942  1560

Contents:
Lease dated 22 August 2 Elizabeth (1560) by William Caundish of Toymley Saint Martin co Suffolk esq., to Thomas Dunton and Edward Aston of Stonely, of Fyrson Hilles, Garbydge and Echelles.
Seals W.D. and a Monagram.
T. John Markbray.

FINBURY in Stoneleigh.  [no ref. or date]

FINBURY in Stoneleigh.  DR 18/1/943  1368

9½ by 4½ in
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Stephen Strettone of Stoneleghe, and Joan his wife, confirming to William del Hulle chaplain, all their lands in Fymbareu and Crlefelde, which Alexander de Fymbure held; T. Richard de la Cloude, John Julyane of Fynham, Geoffde Mulwarde, of Stonle, William Stalworthe, of Stonlee, William Braundone of Hurste, and others. Dated at Stonleghe, Sunday next St Hillary, 41 Edward III (15 Jan: 1367-68) Seals i. lost. ii a fragment.

FINHAM in Stoneleigh  [no ref. or date]

FINHAM in Stoneleigh.  DR 18/1/944  1313

8¾ by 3 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Geoffrey de Stiuechale of Fynham, to Idonea daughter of Peter Edryche of Cleuesedende, ende, of a messuage and half virgate of land in Finham, William his father held. T. John son of John de Clevesende, Aldam le Pounte, Roger Courtende, Henry de Kyntchale, Roger Dauteufille, John de London, clerke, and others. Dated 5 Sept: 7 Edwardv II (1313) Seal lost.

STONELEIGH, FINHAM.  DR 18/1/945  1608

Contents:
Deed dated 13 May 6 James (1608) between George Keuett or Kevett of Finham als Fincham gent. of the 1st part; John Bott of Finham gent of the 2nd part; and John Kent of Kenelworth, yeoman of the 3rd part; concerning a pasture called Gadebridge, late Joan Keuett mother of George and an annuity arising therefrom.
Signed John Botte, John Kente by his mark.
Witnesses. Thos Cule, Francis Grammer, Rowley Warde.

STONELEIGH Finham etc.  DR 18/1/946  1672

Contents:
Final Concird levied in Trinity 24 Charles II Thomas Bayley gent and Francis Cater gent quer: John Bonn gent.def: of a cottage etc in Finham, Hurst, Cryfield, and Stichall. Cons £100.

Stoneleigh Fletchampstead  [no ref. or date]

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/947  1381
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Copy of Letters Patent of Henry III, confirming to God, the Blessed Mary, and the Brethren of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem in England, all their liberties. T. R(obert Kilwardby) archbishop of Canterbury, R(ichard) earl of Cornwall, Richard de Clare earl of Hereford, John de Maunsell provost of Beverley, Master William de Kilkenny archdeacon of Coventry, Ralph son of Nicholas Bertram de Oriell John de Grey, John de Lexinton, Robert Walraund, William Gernoun, and others. Dated at the Manor of Winton, 20 June 37 Henry III (1253) and an Inspex- Inspeximus of a charter of Henry II, granting the right to hold their lands and priviledges harmlessly and peaceably, and of another of Richard I witnessed by John king of Castile, S(tephen Langton) archbishop of Canterbury, W(illiam de Sanctae Mariae) bishop of London, W(illiam)bishop of Winchester, Edmund earl of Canbridge, Richard earl of Arundel, Albred de Veer teasurer, Hugh de Segrave senescall. John de Fordham keeper of the privy seal, Dated at Westminster, 10 April 4 Richard II (1381)

STONELEIGH Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/948  1280

Contents:
Copy of an inquisition made in 1280, concerning lands held by the 'knyghts temple' in Flechamstede.

STONELEIGH Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/949  1311

7½ by 2½ in
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by William Moys of Flichampstede to Roger son of Roger de la More and his heirs, of 3 ridges of land reaching towards Hasthul in Morforlong, from the furrow of Richard Rachel to the water; in exchange for six ridges in the same field. T. Alexander de Crulefelde, Thomas de Jevene, William de Caneleye, Richard de Clemayne, Thomas Jurdan, John le Champion, and others. Dated at Flichampstede, on the feast of Holy Trinity, 4 Edward II (25 June 1311). Seal lost.

STONELEIGH Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/950  late 13th century

11½ by 7½ in
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Covenat made between the Abbot and convent of Stanele, in Arderne, and the Master of the Knights of the Temple in England, as to the lands of the Temple, lying in Flechamstede, and the services of Richard de Flechamstede and his heirs, quitclaiming them to the said convent. for which they give 100 marks.

STONELEIGH Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/951  1340

9½ by 3½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by Richard le Ladeler of Sheldone, to John Legat of Flichampstede, of six acres of arable land lying on the waste next to le Horewelle, which Reginald the shepherd sometime held. T. John Champyon, Henry le Younge, Thomas Jurdon, Henry de Weston, Richard Gebody and others. Dated at Flichamstede, Saturday in St Martin, 14 Edward III. (11 Nov: 1340).

STONELEIGH Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/952  1344

8½ by 4½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Henry son of William Adkyns of Flychampstede, to Nicholas Duraunt, sherman, of sixteen ridges lying between the land of Nicholas and the lane leading to Kenilworthe. T. John Ballio, Will: Robben, Roger Reyne, Richard Robert, Thomas Colyns, and others. Dated at Flychampstede, Sunday after St Andrew 18 Edward III (5 Dec. 1344) Seal A stag.

STONELEIGH Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/953  1352

9½ by 3½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Isabella widow of Gilbert le Clerke, of Balshale, to John Jones and his heirs, of a messuage and two crofts, lying in length betwwen lands of Henry Heyne on both sides and in width thence to the higway. at a rose rent. T. Richard de la Cloude, Thomas Brewster, Nicholas Campion, Henry Rachel, Robert Sweyn and others. Dated at Flechamstede, Sunday before St Alphege, 26 Edward III. (25 March 1352) Seal lost.

STONELEIGH Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/954  1363

10 by 6½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Thomas (de Pype) abbot of Stoneleye to William Hally of Canleye, of a messuage and six (?) of land of Flicchampstede, lying between land of William and that of Henry Rachel; viz 2 elions upon le Westefelde, between lands of Nicholas Campion and William Rudde; two upon le Muchefelde, between land of Henry and that of the heirs of Henry Zonge; and two upon Le Littelfelde, with a waste plot called 'Ruddewaste' lying in Westwode, extending from the land of Henry Alwyn to le Brodelone, and the waste called 'le Longe waste' rexhing from Slobetlone to Rudwaste. T. Richard de la Cloude, Nicholas Campion, Robert Swayne, Henry Rachel, Henry Reue, and others. Dated from the Abbey, 20 Feb: 37 Edward III (1362-3)
Seal an Agnus Dei.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/955  1365

12½ by 2½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by John Clerke of Balsale, to John Jones of Crulefelde, of land in Flechampstede. T. Nicholas Campion, William Hahhly Hally, Ricahrd de la Cloude, Henry Rachel, John Mason, and others. Dated at Flicchampstede, Friday after the Conversion of St Paul 38 Edward III (7 Jan: Seal circular, white. The letter R.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/956  1390

9½ by 4½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by Agnes wife of Robert Gilbertsone, of Langtwhyche de Cantebr', to Edward Taylour of Coventre, and Margaret his wife, of her claim in 4½ acres of land lying between lands of Gilbert de Holdenby ,hermit of Flychamstede, called le Wallefelde, and the wood next to Notebroke in width, and in length from the way leading from Berkswelle to Coventre, to the running water of Berkswelle. T. Richard Maisterman, manor, of Cambrugge, John Blanchmayne, John Taylour, Nicholas Campion, Richard Robert and others. Dated at Cambrugge, Thursday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 14 Richard II. (15 Sept: 1390). Seal, circular, green. A fesse between three... NICHOLAS ...

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/957  1393

11 by 4½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Demise by Thomas de Haltone abbot of Stonelye etc. to Dom: William de Hayntone and John his brother, of le Selotescrofte, lying between Horwelle and Hethefelde. Dated at Stonle, 30 Jan: 16 Richard II
11 (1392-93) Seal lost.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/958  1416

10½ by 3¼ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Demise by John Campyon of Flecchampstede to John Deyster of Coventre whitwawer, of Campyons on Muchelle waste. T. Robert Shopley, maior, Thomas Wyldegrys and Richard Power bailliffs, Dated at Coventre, 26 Feb: 3 Henry V (1415-16). Seal a monogram I.S.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/959  1418

11 by 8½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Inquisition taken at Coventre before the Seneschal and Marshall of the King's Hospice on the oath of 12 freeman of the View of Stratford upon Avon, respecting the repair of the road there, next the Manor of the Abbot of Stonley, which the said abbot ought to repair as it is now ruinous. Dated Friday after the feast of the Holy Trinity, 6 Henry V. (3 June 1418) Seal broken.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/960  1419

9¼ by 4¼ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by William Campion of Coventre son and heir to Nicholas Campion of Flecchampstede, to William Lusterley senior, of his reversion of all lands his father held there. T. Henry Robert of Flecchamstede, Thomas Walkelyn, and John Rede of Nether Flecchampstede, John Lusterley of Coventre, John Welbeck of Allesleye and others. Dated at Flecchamstede. 25 July 7 Henry V. (1419) Seal An I crowned.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/961  1449

11½ by 4 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Feoffment by Robert Fawkus of Coventre, chaplain, to John Hadleye, and Master Robert Lawe clerke, of his lands lying in Flecchampstede. T. John Deyster woolman, John and William Halley, and others. Dated at Flecchampstede, 10 April 27 Henry VI Seal defaced.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/962  10 April 1459

Contents:
Letters of Robert Fawkus, of Coventry, chaplain, appointing John Hadley, junior, his attorney to deliver seisin to John Hadley and Master Robert Lawe, clerk, of all his lands and tenements in Fletchampstead, which he had by charter from William Lysturley of Coventry, fisher.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/963  1450

11 by 4 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Confirmation by John, and Robert, to WILLIAM son of John Lusterley of Coventre, fisherman, of his lands in Fletchampstead. T. Thomas Bate esq:, Richard Glover, 'Weu' Laurence of Barton, Peter Broun, John Bradley, Thomas Higford, Will. Halley and many others. Dated at Flechampstede, Wednesday next the least of circumcision, 28 Henry VI (7 Jan: 1449-50). Seals i.A monogram ii. A crescent and Sun.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/964  1451

10 by 4 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Release by John Hosyer of Coventre, to John Beaufitz, of all his claims in lands in Flechampstede. T. William Raves, William Hally, John Crampe, of Coventre, Nicholas Smythe and many others. Dated 12 April 29 Henry VI. (1451)

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/965  1463

11½ by 4 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Letters of the feoffees abovenamed attorning Thomas Parker, clerke, to take seisin of lands held by feoffment of William Lusterley, from William Raves, gent., and William Loveless clerk. Dated 5 July 3 Edward IV. (1463). Sealsi. lost. ii. The Oculos Dei. POULEGOE.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/966  1463

15 by 7¼ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by John Beaufitz of Balshalle, gent.and Elena his wife, enfeoffing John Benet clerke, William Weste, and Richard Passemere, in all their calims to lands in Fletchampstede. Dated 24 July 3 Edward IV.(1463). Seals broken.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/967  1498

10¾ by 8¾ in
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Release by Margery Belynge daughter and heiress of John Beaufitz late of Balshale, gent., to Richard Passmere, of her claim to an orchard and two crofts next le Lambe Oke, a meadow called 'Holbroke abutting upon Hermetmede, two groves and a pasture called 'Duraunts' and a croft lying between the land of Alice Straungehouse and a gatehouse in Over Fletchamp stead. Dated 1 July 13 Henry VII (1498). Seal obscure.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/968  1498

12 by 11 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Deed of Richard Passmere enfeoffing Master Thomas Dalby, clerke, William Yolton, Richard Ryce, Richard Manfeld, and William Gladman, in le Lambe Oke, and otherlands as above. Dated I August 13 Henry VII (1498). Seal, A stag's head caboshed .VESTRI TESTOR.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/969  c.1530

11¾ by 6¾ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Certification by the Barons of the Treasury of those lands in Fletchampstede which late were parcel of the estate of the late monastery of Stoneleigh. setting out their value. no date.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/970  1536

Contents:
Lease by Thomas (Tutbury) abbot of Stonely to Henry Porter, gent., of lands. Dated 8 Feb: 27 Henry VIII (1535-36)

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/971  c.1535

Contents:
Note of timber with its value. t.Henry VIII.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/972  1545

Contents:
Copy of a grant by the Crown dated 26 Feb: 1544-5) to John Beaumonte esq: of the Manor and capital messuage of Fletchampstead, late parcel of the estates of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem.

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/972a  1545

16½ by 6 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Licence of Alienation to John Beaumont esquire, to gant to William Homberstone, the manor and mansion house of Flechhampsted, with its cahpel, with Lambe Oke, Holdbrokemeade, a grove in Ouerflechehapstede, called Durham Tys, and Alicestraunge House. Dated the last of Feb.36
Great Seal. Henry 8 (1544/5)

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/973  1546

9 by 5½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by William Leyland gent., to William Humberstone. of his rights in Holbroke, held together with Constance Nenette. Dated 8 Oct: 38 Henry VIII (1546) Seal. Crest a ? head erased.

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/974  1549

13 by 3.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final concord levied i Hillary Term 2 Edward VI (1548-49) between William Humberstone, gent. quer: John Beaumont esq: and Elizabeth his wife, def: of the Manor of Fletchampstead and the free chapel etc. etc. with 6 messuages, 2 mills, 200 acres of land, 100 of meadow, 50 of pasture, 300 of wood, and 205. Warents' in Fletchampstead and Stoneleigh. Cons. £140.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/975  1555

14½ by 4 in
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Statute Staple of Edmund Marrowe of Elmedon, esquire to Thomas Carewe of the Inner Temple in £50. Dated at Coventry before Thomas Riler maior and Thomas Gregory clerk of Recognizances. 14 April 1-2 Philip and Mary. (1555)
Seal of the Staple. ii. E.M.

STONELEIGH, FLETCHAMSTEAD.  DR 18/1/976  1562

Contents:
Confirmation by Laurence Shryffe and Thomas Reve gents to Lady Margery, wife of Sir Edward Saunders, Chief Baron of the Exchequer and Thomas Carew her son; of lands worth 46s in Fletchampstead in the tenure of Thomas Atherstone and others; and rents of 20s land in Almeley co Warwick, late parcel of the monastery of Stoneleye. 1 May 4 Elizabeth the Copy made in Chancery.

STONELEIGH, FLETCHAMPSTEAD.  DR 18/1/977  1562

Contents:
Quietus 4 Elizabeth
Debt of Thomas Carewe of the Middle Temple esquire, Gerard Leigh of St Dunston London baker, and Edward Villiers of Creke co Northants, of lands in Fletchampstead.

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/978  1564

17½ by 7½
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Licence of Alienation to William Humberston of Pakenham co.Suffolk to and Dorthy his wife, to grant the mansion and chapel to Thomas Leigh and Alice his wife. with Lambe Oke and Holbrooke mead, etc. 10 Sept.6 Elizabeth. with Great Seal.

STONELEIGH, FLETCHAMSTEAD.  DR 18/1/979  1564/5
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant dated 3 Feb. 7 Elizabeth 1564/5 by William Haber gent., and Richard Duffield yeoman, to Sir Thomas Leyghe knight, of the patronage of the tithes of Fletchampstede, Over fletchampstede, and Cawley.
S. and S.
Enrolled in Chancery.

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/980  1575/76

Contents:
Demise dated 17 March 18 Elizabeth (1575/6) Thomas Leigh of Stoneley, esquire, to Sir John Spencer of Oldthroppe of the grange and lands of Fletchampstead. T. Rychard Symmes, John Burwell, Thos Wyllcoxe, Seal, unicorn's head

STONELEIGH, FLETCHAMPSTEAD.  DR 18/1/981  1577

Contents:
Letters Patent reciting that when Alice widow of Sir Thomas Leigh Knight, by deed of 28 Jan: 1575-6, sold to Thomas Leigh her son, the grange of Fletchampstead in Stoneley, parcel of the estates of the priory of St John of Jerusalem, with its capital messuage and lands, including Lambe Oke, Holbrokemeade, and Hartesmede; which they acquired of William Humbertston of Pakenham, co. Suffolk, and settled them to the use of Thomas her son, viz. the said manor and grange, etc. She is hereby pardoned for the said transgression.
With great seal.

STONELEIGH. Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/982  1588

Contents:
Confirmation dated 10 Nov 30 Elizabeth (1588) by Thomas Leigh of Stonely esquire, to Henry Benock of Warwick gent.ryder, £3.6.8 rent out of Lambe Field.
Signed but seal lost.
Witnesses. George Gosse, Robert Dier.

STONELEIGH Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/984  1589

Contents:
Record of Pleas Trinity 31 Elizabeth. George Gosse by Michael Locke his attorney, v Richard Francklyn alias Tanner, & Joyce his wife. re a lease made by Thomas Leighe esquire, 26 Oct 29 Elizabeth. of a messuage and lands in Flechampstead

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead.  DR 18/1/985  1603

Contents:
Lease by Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneley, kt, to Thomas Higginson of Barkeswell, tanner, citing a lease made by the same, as Thomas Leigh esquier to the said Thomas, of a meadow in Fletchampstead confirming the lands named in the above lease (except Poulter's Meadowe,) 20 March 32nd Elizabeth, (1589-90) viz Northe and Roughe Waste, Walgrave's and Kingswood, late William Wright.
Wit: George Gosse, Nicholas Samon, Thomas Newye.
Seal lost.

STONELEIGH: Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/985A  20 June 8 Charles I [1632]; 1632

Contents:
Letters patent of Charles I granted to Edmund Bolsworth and William ------- concerning the manor of Flicthamsteed [Fletchampstead] ----.
Great seal of Charles I - repaired
Document damaged by rodents and large part of text missing

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/986  1633

Contents:
Brief of the execution of a decree, Dame Katherine widow and relict of Sir Thomas Leigh, kt, v Sir William Cope kt, and John Leigh. in Chancery. touching the manor of Fletchampstead.

STONELEIGH, FLETCHAMPSTEAD.  DR 18/1/987  1637

23 by 16½ in.

Contents:
Lease dated 20 Sept 13 Charles 1 (1637) by Dame Elizabeth Egerton of Hamstall Ridware, widow to Sir Thomas Leigh Knight and Baronet; of the manor house of Fletchampsted called "Fletchamsteed Park". s. by Elizabeth. Seal lost.
T. Judah Throckmorton, John Haukinson Innocent Rasher, Thos Ward, Dutton Hill.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/989  1653

Contents:
Indenture dated 14 June 1653 between Elizabeth, widow of Sir Thomas Whitmore of Arley knight and baronet, daughter and heir of Sir William Acton of London, knight and baronet, and Sir Thomas Leigh of Hamstall Ridware knight, of the 1st part; Robert Leigh of Westminster esq., William Sandford of Grays Inn esq., William Banbury of London gent, and Mary his wife, daughter of Sir Richard Skeffington of Coventry knight, of the 2nd part; German Pole of Radbourne co Derby of the 3rd part. Settling the Manor of Fletchampstead.
S. & S. Seals. i. In chief a lion passant... ( used by Elizabeth) ii. lost (Leigh)

Stoneleigh Fletchampstead.  DR 18/1/990  1681

Seal defaced.

Contents:
Lease by John Smith of Crabbett in Worth co.Sussex, to Margaret Price of Fletchampstead, spinster, of a meadow and tenement in Fletchampstead 24 May 1681.
Wit: James Terry, Anne Baxter, Henry Garnons.

Stoneleigh Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/991  1682

Seal. defaced

Contents:
Lease dated 17 April 1682, by Thomas lord Leigh, to John Hartley of Barkswell, gent. of the grounds called 'Long Hose and Walgrave' in the hamlet of Fletchampstead.
Signed William Dale, John Grimston.
Signed and sealed.

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/992  1683

Seal, defaced.

Contents:
Lease dated 6 Dec. 1683 Thomas lord Leigh to Edward Higgison of Barkswell, yeoman. of the message late Richard Kimberlys and closes in the occupation of John and Richard Smart. s.& s.

Stoneleigh Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/993  1686

Contents:
Indenture dated 22 Jan. 1686, between Paul Wicks citizen and clo hworker of London, & Thomas Mann of Killingworth, of the Ist part; Thomas, lord Leigh, the Hon: Lewis and the Hon: Thomas, sons of sons of Edward eral of Rockingham; of the 2nd part; and Charles Leigh of Laighton co.Beds of the 3rd part.

STONELEIGH Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/992A  1684

Contents:
Grant dated 22 Sept 1684, by Thomas lord Leigh of the Ist part; Lewis Watson of Leescourt co.Kent son of lord Rockingham, and William son of John lord Tracy of the other part. of the manors of Stoneleigh, Cubbington, Fletchampstead etc.
Unexecuted.

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/994-995  1691

21 by 18 in

Contents:
Lease dated 29 Sept.1691 by Lord Leigh to Joseph Barrs, of a messuage with Northwaste and other closes S and s by Joseph.

Stoneleigh Fletchampsted  DR 18/1/996-997  1695

Contents:
Lease dated 5 March 1695 by John Smith of Crabbett in Wroth co.Sussex, esquire, to Mary Meigh of Fletchampstead, widow, of the manor house of Fletchampstead with Pittfield, Porter's Field, Bishopp's Close, etc. late Mr John Taylor.
Wit: Thomas Gibbs, William Holbeche, Samuel Tooley
Signed by Mary Meigh.
Seal.lost.

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/998  1695

Contents:
Lease dated 5 March 1695 by John Smith of Crabbett in Worth co.Sussex to Mary Meigh, of the Nanor house of Fletchampstead, Pittfield, Porterfield, and Bishops Close in the tenure of John Taylour.
S. and s.Seal lost.

STONELEIGH, FLETCHAMSTEAD.  DR 18/1/999  1695

19 by 12.

Contents:
Lease by John Smith of Crabbett esquire, to Vandemont Eyres of Coventry, innkeeper of closes in Nether Fletchampstead.
T. Jos.Symcox, Wm. Hilbech, Sam.Tooley.
S. and S. Seal armorial. Two ermines ?
Two Leopards passant.

STONELEIGH, FLETCHAMSTEAD; Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/1000  1695

18½ by 13 in.

Contents:
Lease by John Smith of Crabbet in Worth esquire' to John Snell of Coventry gent of a close.
S. and s by Snell. T.as last.

Stoneleigh Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/1001  1695

Contents:
Bond of John Snell of Coventry gent to John Smith of Crabbett esquire, 6 April 1695. to keep covenants.
S and s T. LLoyd Eyre, Robert Barwell, Sam.Tooley.
Paper 2 ff.

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/1002-1003  1695

21 x 12 in

Contents:
Lease dated 2 May 1695 by John Smith of Crabbett esquire to Thomas Faulkner of Fosall gent. of a farmhouse with Brownes Close and Millholme etc. S and s by Faulkner.English

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/1004-1005  1695

21 by 14 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 3 Oct.1695 by John Smith of Crabbett to Hugh Hassall of Nether Fletchampstead yeoman, of a messuage and lands. S.and s.by Hassall. T. Lloyd Eyre, Joseph Lant, Sam.Tooley.

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/1006-1007  1695

25 by 14.

Contents:
Lease dated 3 Oct. 1695, by John Smith of Crabbett to John Barrs; of a messuage with Noble close and Pittfield. S.and s. by John. Seal. as before.
T.Jon Snell, Lloyd Eyre, Sam.Tooley.

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/1008-1009  1695

21 by 14 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 3 Oct.1695 by John Smith of Crabbett to Nicholas Wilcox citizen and baker of Coventry, of of four cloases and a barn
S and s by Wilcox. T. Loyd Eyre, Joseph Lant, Sam.Tooley.

Stoneleigh Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/1010  1695

21 by 12 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 3 Oct.1695, by John Smith of Crabbett in Worth co.Sussex, to Thomas Slye, of a cottage upon Wheatfield ground. S and s by Slye. T.Mary Meigh, John Taylor, Sam.Tooley. Seal defaced.

Stoneleigh Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/1011  1695

Contents:
Bond of Thomas Slye to John Smith of Crabbet 3 Oct. 1695, to keep covenants. T as last.

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/1012-1013  1696

21 ½ by 19 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 5 Sept 1696 by John Smith of Crabbett to Joseph Lant of Allesley;of Fletchampstead Coppic e.
S and s. Joseph Seal a lion.
T. Thos Muscott, J.Whadcock.

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/1014-1015  1696

21 by 18 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 5 Dec. 1696 by John Smith of Crabbett to John Downes of Coventry gent. of Pound fields and Tallamts close. S and s by Downes. T Thos Murcott Wm Whadcock.

STONELEIGH, FLETCHAMPSTEAD.  DR 18/1/1016  1696

22 by 16 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 5 Dec 1696 by John Smith of Crabbett to John Downes of Coventry gent; of two closes in the occupation of Thomas Bewley. S. and S. by Downes. Seal a lion rempant.
T. Thos Murcott Wm. Whadcock.

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/1017  1700

25 by 25 by 14 in

Contents:
Lease dated 27 March 1700 by Thomas Lord Leigh to Thomas Wall of Coventry, taylor; of a tenement in Fletchampstead S and s by Well. Seal obscure
T. Wm Dale, John Grimston.

STONELEIGH, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/1018  1704

Contents:
Lease dated 6 March 1704, by Thomas lord Leigh to John Collins of Coventry and John Barrs of Fletchamp stead, of Tylehill woods, etc.
S.and s. by Collins and Bares.
T. Joshua Wafforne, Jas Hanns.
Paper I f.

Stoneleigh, Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/1019  1709

Contents:
Conveyance dated 2 July 1709, by Joseph Sherwood of New Inn, gent.and William Ailabie of Rotheram co.York, in trust for Thomas Wentworth, of the manors of Nether Fletchampstead, Allesley, Stonely, Wetherley, Buckley, Weston under Wetherley, Brinklow, lands in Over Fletchampstead and Canley, and a fourth of the church and manor of Long Itchington.
S.and s. by Joseph and William.

Stoneleigh; Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/1020  1709

Contents:
Indenture dated 20 August 1709. reciting that Lord Leigh by indenture dated 20 Jan.1698, mortgaged to Thomas Wagstaffe of St Sepulchre co.of Middx, clerk, and Thomas Bradley of St Margaret's Westminster, clerk, the manor of Fletchampstead, who transferred the same to Joseph Sherwood of New Inn gent.and William Assabie of Rotherham co. York gent. by appointment of the Hon: Thomas Wentworth of Wentworth Woodhouse co.York.
Signed but the seals lsot.

STONELEIGH, FLETCHAMPSTEAD  DR 18/1/1021-1022-1023  1720-1721

Contents:
Mortgage of the Manor etc. 26 March 1720-21 by Edward Lord Leigh to Sir Peter King knight and John Conyers of Walthamstow.
Cancelled.

Stoneleigh; Fletchampstead  DR 18/1/1024  1720

Contents:
Unexceuted release of the Manor of Fletchampstead by Charles Leigh esquire and Lady Barbara his wife, to Edward lord Leigh. 26 March 1720.

Hurst in Stoneleigh  [no ref. or date]

HURST in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1025  c. 1250

5½ by 3 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Abbot Osbert (de Westwell) (1235-58) and the convent of Stanleye, to Michael de Hurste and his heirs, of a plot of land lying in Hurste, and reaching to the rivuletopposite the house of Thurbin father of Michael; rendering 4d at St Mark. T. John de Staleye, Symon his son, Robert de Meleburne, John de Fynham, William Papilun, Peter de Prestewelle, and many others. Seal lost.

HURST in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1026  c.1260

8 by 3½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by Alexander de Crulefelde and Alice his wife to the same, of their rights in 2½ acres of land in Hurste, held by brief of the King in the Court of Stanleye; for which he gives in largess, 2 silver marks. T. Robert de Kanele, Robert his son, Geoffrey son of John de Stanleye, Symon his brother, Peter Marscalle of Kenelleuuorthe, Jordan de Flechamstede, and many others. Seal lost.

Hurst in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1027  c.1250

6 by 4½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by Geoffrey son of Alexander de Crulefelde, to William son of Michael de la Hurste, of 4 cres of land in Hurst, which he held by 'brief of right' of the court of the Abbot of Stanleye. for which he gave in largess 4 marks.
T. Robert de Canele, Geoffrey de Stonle, Henry de Crulefeld, John de la Hulle, John de la Sale, Richard de Hurste, and others. Seal a pointed oval green. A ? between two stars. S' GALFRID' CRUE FELD.

Hurst in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1028  c.1260

7½ by 4 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitcalim by Richard de Daddeleye to the same, of his rights in Lyndeforlong, and Schortecrofte. T. Dom. William (de Merstone) vicar of the church of Stanleye, Geoffrey de Crulefelde, John de la Sale, Henry Rachel, Henry de More, Jordan Jordan Thornberne, William de Thorinhale, Richard de Hurste and many others, Seal lost.

Hurst in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1029  c.1250

4¾ by 3 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Philip son of William de Daddelge, to William son of Michael de Hurste, of all claim to a parroke in Hurste, reaching from Linnforlong to Ravensmore; for which he gives 20 silver shillings. T. Geoffrey de Staunton, John de Stanlege, Alexander de Hulle, Robert de Meleburne, Henry de Long moor, Vincent de Flechamstede, Reginald de Templo, Richard son of Thomas, John de Whatburlege, Peter de Prestewelle, Richard Herlewine, William de Aula, and others. Seal circular, green. A seeded fleur de lis. SIGILL PHILLIPI DADELEY

Hurst in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1030  1400

924 by 3½ in.

Contents:
Quitclaim by John son of Thomas del More of Waldirshelve, to John son of Richard Sherwode of of Birleye, of all actions respecting 6s rent issuing out of Hurst Birleye, and Hathersege. Dated on Tuesday in St Margaret the Virgin, I Henry IV. (20 July 1400).
Seal lost.

Stoneleigh, Hurst.  DR 18/1/1031  1357

9¾ by 6in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Abbot Thomas (de Orlescote, resigned in 1277). and the convent of Stanleye, to Richard de la Cloude, of a messuage and 2 virgates of land in Hurste, to hold by service of 5s and suit of court. with a herriett. and another virgate of land lying in Colsforde in Cannele. T. Simon, Richard de Leycestre, John Hockele, Nicholas Percy, John Sparrye, Thomas de Fynham, Oliver Burdet, William Hall Hally, and others. Dated at Stonlee, Thursday in 31 Edward
Seal lost.

Stoneleigh, Hurst.  DR 18/1/1032  1357

9½ by 5¾ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Demise by the abovenamed Abbot Thomas (not in the printed lists) and the convent, to the same Richard, being a counterpart of the above.
Seal lost.

STONELEIGH, HURST.  DR 18/1/1033  1604

Contents:
Bond of Thomas Hill of Hurst to Richard Francklyn esquire, 19 May 1604 to abide by indentures.
Seal M.B.

STONELEIGH, HURST.  DR 18/1/1034  1660

Contents:
Lease by Thomas lord Leigh, to Thomas Crofts, of the hamlet of Hurst, husbandman, of 'Hurst House', Cloesclosse Close, Knolesdaed, Barnefield, Brandars Meadowe, Highway Close, Burnt Close, and Middle Close late Thomas Tibbets, will the mines and quarries, etc., 14 May 1660. Wit: Charles Duckworth, Andrew Pilkington.
Seal.lost.

STONELEIGH. Hurst  DR 18/1/1035  1676

29½ by 19½ in.

Contents:
Lease dated 10 April 28 Charles II. by Thomas lord Leigh to Moses Robinson, yeoman. of a messuage with Lyne close Marlpit close, Millclose etc. S and s by Lord Leigh Seal defaced. T.Tho.Allestree Chas Duckworth.

Stoneleigh, Kingshill  [no ref. or date]

Stoneleigh, Kingshill  DR 18/1/1036  1562

Contents:
Bond of Sir Thomas Leigh kt and ald. of London to the Queen 10 Jan. 4 Elizabeth (1561-62) concerning the Manor of Stoneley.

STONELEIGH, KINGSHILL.  DR 18/1/1037  1562

Contents:
Quietus of Sir Thomas Leigh kt, citizen and alderman of London, for his lands at Kingeshill in Stoneleigh 4 Elizabeth (1560-61)

Stoneleigh, Kingshill  DR 18/1/1038  1652

Contents:
Lease dated 27 Oct. 1652. by Sir Thomas Leigh to Henry Phillipps of Stoneligh yeoman, of the Lodge leasowes in Hyll.
S.and s. by Henry.
T. Charles and Christopher Leigh Tho: Flynte, Fra: Winton.

Milborne in Stoneleigh  [no ref. or date]

MILBORNE in Stoneleigh.  DR 18/1/1039  1241

6 by 5 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Covenant between William son of Symon the Harper, and Richard le Hore, dated in the 26th of Henry son of John (1241) on the feast of St Thomas Ap: (21 Dec). concerning the demise of land and excepting his messuage and its croft. T. Robert de Kannele, John de Stanle, Geoffrey his son, Alexander de Crulefelde, Michael de Hurste, Robert de Meleborne, Thomas de Stanle and others. Seal lost.

MILBORNE in Stoneleigh.  DR 18/1/1040  13th. c

7 by 5 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by the same, to God and the church of the B.Mary of Stanleie, of the rents and services of his Robert son of Alexander, Henry Muriel, Henry le Harler brother of Robert, John Payne, Richard the miller.
T. Robert de Kanele, John de Stanleye, Symon his son, Michael de Hurste, William his son, Alexander de Hulle, Robert de Meleburne, Henry de Cubyntone, John de Fynham, Peter de Prestewelle, Thomas de Stanleye, Richard son of Moysy and others. Seal circular, green. A seed fleur-de-lis. SIGILL' WILL' FIL'SIM'

MILBORNE in Stoneleigh.  DR 18/1/1041  1256

6 by 3½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Covenant between the Abbot and convent of Stanele, and William le Harpur of Meleburne, dated in Michelmas (29 Sept:) 1256, demising to the monks his messuage in Meleburne.
T. John de Stanle, Geoffrey his son, Thomas de Crulefelde, John de Colle, John de Finham, Henry his son, Nicholas de Hul, Henry de Hul, and others. Seal lost.

MILBORNE in Stoneleigh.  DR 18/1/1042  [n.d.]

6 by 2¾ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by Maud daughter of Hugh Blund, to to the Abbot and convent of Stanleghe, of a selion of land in Meleburne, between two others held by gift of William le Harpur.
T. Ralph the miller, Herbert Kerecare, Anketyl de Wycheyale, William Papilun, Robert de Meleburne, Gylebert his brother, William le Harpur and many others. Seal lost.

Milborne in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1043  c. 1260

5¼ by 2½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Robert de Meleburne to Edith his daughter in frank marriage, with Hugh her husband; of the half acre in Meleburne his brother William held. T. John provost of Stonle, Thomas de Finham, Robert son of Siward, Alexander de Meleburne, Simon de Meleburne, Nicholas de Hulle, William de la Sale, and many others. Seal circular, white. A seeded fleur-de-lis. SIGILL' RO'TI DE MELEBURNE.

Milborne in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1044  1314. c

6 by 3 in
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by Maud daughter of Hugh de Meleburne widow, to the Abbot and convent of Stanle, of all her claim in the half virgate of land her father held. T. Nicholas de Withibroc, Anketill de Wykwan, Osbert the clerk, Anketill son of Robert, John de Stanle, Alexander de Hulle, Michael de Hurste, Robert son of Al ex- Alexander de Meleburne, Richard le Hore, William le Harpur, and others. Seal pointed oval, green. A fleur-de-lis SIGILL' MATILDIS FILIE HVGONIS.

Milborne in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1045  13th. c

6 by 4 in
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by William son of Ely de Underwode to Symon his brother, of eleven ridges lying on Tymberle, between land of Sybil his mother, and the way from Meleburne to Kenellworthe, and in length from Craccele broc to Henefelde. T. William Muriel, Nichol Underwode, Richard Baughy, Henry de Hariis, Henry de Cruelfelde, and others. Seal pointed oval, green. A fleur-de-lis. (S8 S' WILL') I FIL' EL..

Milborne of Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1046  c. 1280

7¼ by 4 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by William son of Geoffrey le Val, to William, baker to the priory of Kenilleworthe, of a tenement lying between, that of John Muriel and le Pleyingestude, and in width from land of the monks to the way from Meleburne to Coventre. T. Robert Donstrel, Ealoge de le tailor, John Muriel, John le Shepherde, Philip le Poltere, and many others. Seal lost

Milborne of Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1047  c. 1280

8 by 4½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Ricahrd Wangy of Meleburn confirming to God and the B.Mary of Stanle, etc. of all his lands, except his manse and curtillage, for which they give 12 silver pennies. T. Alexander de Crulefelde, Rogerde la More, Robert Baudewyne, Henry de Crulefelde, Richard, de Dadele, William Persun, Henry de Holyis, and others. Seal lost

Milborne of Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1048  c. 1280

7½ by 3¼ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Demise by the Abbot and convent of Stonle to John Muriel of Meleburne and Margerie his sister of the messuage Robert le Doller held. T T. Alexander de Crulefelde, John de Fynham, Thomas de Fynham, Ely de Meleburne, William Michel of Hurste, and others. Seal lost.

Milborne of Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1049  c. 1280

7 ¼ by 4 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Demise by the Abbot and convent of Stonleye to John son of Margerye Muriel and Agnes his sister, of a curtillage in Meleborne. T. Alexander de Crulefelde, John de Fynham, Thomas le Jevene, Nicholas de Fynberge, Robert Bawdewyne, and others. Seal lost. c.1280. Seal

Milborne of Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1050  c. 1280

6 by 3 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Symon Horn of Meleburne, to God and the B. Mary of Stonle and the monks there serving God, of a selion lying in the field of Meleburne called 'Gatlond'. which lies on le Grenesponne. T. Alexander de Crulefelde, Michael de Hurste, William Clerke, Henry de la More, Ely de Meleberne, and others. Seal lost. c.1280.

Milborne of Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1051  c. 1280

7½ by 3¼ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Demise by the Abbot and convent of Stonle to Mabel wife of Henry le lombe, of the reversion of the tenement Isabella de Wolveye holds for life. T. John de Fynham, John Meuer, Thomas Hog, Nicholas de Meningdone, William Muriel and others. Seal lost.

Milborne of Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1052  1307

8½ by 5 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Demise by John (de Sale abbot of Stonle (1293-1310) to Juliana Grenenentel and Agnes Muriel, of the messuage William le Harpur held which lies between their manor and land of John Thurbarne. Dated in their chapterhouse Monday after St Barnabas, 35 Edward I (13 June 1307) T. Alexander de Crulefelde, Roger de la More, John de Fynham, Richard de Dadde- Daddeleye, William Persone and many others. Seal The Abbot standing in his cope and mitre, holding a book in his right hand and his staff in the left; between the Sun and Moon. SIGILL' ABBATIS DE STANELEIA.

Milborne in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1053  1346

II½ by 3% in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by William de Saltforde and Juliana his wife and Thomas their son, to Adam de la Holme confirming to him lands lying on Stonilond between those of William le Porte and Thomas Horcard, of which 16 ridges lie on the Great Field and 5 in Cleycrofte, between lands of Allene de Stonleye. T. William de Porter, John Campion, Thomas de Byrchul, Thomas de Fynham, Richard de Dadeleye and others. Dated at Stonleye, Wednesday in the Purification of the B.Mary, 19 Edward III (2 Feb: 1345-46) Seals obscure.

Milborne in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1054  1347

10 by 3 in.

Contents:
Grant by Juliana wife of William Baxster, of Kenilleworthe, to Nicholas Fishere of Kenilleworthe and Agnes his wife, of assarts in the woodland between Le Friche and Meleburne brooke. T. John Sollere, William Parkere, Henry de Gulsale, John Somstrel, John del Lardere, and others. Dated at Kenilleworthe, Tuesday in St Benedict 20 Edward III (2I March 1346-47) Seal lost.

Milborne in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1055  1554

II by 8½ in

Contents:
Lease dated 4 August 1-2 Philip and Mary (1554) by Jamys Claxtom alias Creuse of Mylborne gent.son of Jamys Creuse, of Kenelworthe gent, to William Pype, of a close lying between the Woodfeld and Broade Lane, S by James Cruce
Seal .ost.

STONELEIGH, MILLBURN.  DR 18/1/1056  1555/6

18 by 18½ in.

Contents:
Lease dated 5 Feb.2-3 Philip and Mary by James son and heir to James Cruse of Milborne, gent, to John Dawes citizen and grocer of London, of the Grange of Milborne.
S and s by Dawes. Seal defaced.

STONELEIGH, MILLBURN IN.  DR 18/1/1057  1555/6

11½ by 5 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Statute Staple of James son and heir to James Cruce gent, deceased, to John Dawes grocer of London, 5 Feb. 2-3 Philip and Mary (1555/6) Seal of the Staple, a Tudor rose between the letters P.M.crowned.... S. RECOGV. MA....REGINE PRO. DEB. REG. ii. A female head wearing a cap. iii Armorial Quarterle 1 & 1V A fleur de lis 11 & 111 A chevron between three pears.

Stoneleigh in Milborne  DR 18/1/1057A  26 February 1555/6

Great seal - fair condition


Related information: V.C.H. Warwicks. VI. p. 236.

Contents:
26 February 2 and 3 Philip and Mary [1555/6]
Licence from King Philip and Queen Mary to James Cruse of Mylborne [Millburn Grange], gent. to alienate to Antony Throkmarton citizen and merchant of London the grange of Mylborn' with appurtenances the parish of Stoneley [Stoneleigh], the mansion house of Mylborn together with all houses, buildings, lands, tenements, gardens, orchards, dovecotes, meadows, pastures, commons, woods, waters, streams, ponds, fisheries, rents, reversions and services, and pasture for 360 sheep upon Stoneley heath, all the said proper' lying in Mylborne, Stoneley and Kyllyngworth [Kenilworth], and also a watermill called Woodmyll with all appurtenances in th parish of Stoneley.

STONELEIGH, MILLBURN IN.  DR 18/1/1058  1558

19½ by II in.

Contents:
Lease dated 20 April 4-5 Philip and Mary (1558) by John Lawes of Kenellworth gent.to Thomas Freckleton and Mary his wife, of the Manor of Milborne, leased to him by James Cruse, 5 Feb.2-3 Philip and Mary. and two parts of Milborne Ferme, and Mylborne meadow high Gate brygge, Seals i A females head.ii.A merchant's mark.

Stoneleigh; Milborne Farm.  DR 18/1/1059  1558

Contents:
Lease dated 20 April 4-5 Philip and Mary, by John Dawes of Kenellworth, gent. to Thomas Freckleton yeoman and Mary his wife. of part of Milborne farm. citing a lease made to him of the manor of Milborne by one James Cruse of Myllebourne gent. 5 Feb. 2 -3 Philip and Mary (1555-56) of two parts of his farm of Milbourne.
Signed and sealed by John.
Seal defaced.

STONELEIGH, MILLBURN.  DR 18/1/1060  1558

10½ by 3¾ in.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of Thomas Freckleton of Mylborne yeoman, to John Dawes of Kenelworthe gent. 20 April 4-5 Philip and Mary (1558)
Seal A female's head. T.Walter Freckelton, Thos Love, William Slade.

STONELEIGH, Millborne  DR 18/1/1061  1559

Contents:
Papers relating to a complaint by the Inhabitants of the Manor of Stonely against John Whitcombe in the Court of Requests, concerning a covenant made by Abbot Sutton with his tenants, concerning a field called 'Forwood', for commoning their cattle but the inhabitants to enjoy the severaltie at all tymes of the year of... parcell of Milbourne Graunge.which is now at variaunce between them and the inhabitants of Kenel worth Deposition of Thomas Tutbery late abbot. and others with the Queen's writ to inquire.10 Nov. 1 Elizabeth (1559)

STONELEIGH, Millborne  DR 18/1/1062-1063-1064-1065  1559

Contents:
1559 ? Interrogatories on behalf of John Whitcombe 1 June 1 Elizabeth (1559) 1062
1559. Answer of John Whitcombe. 1063
1559 Replication of the tenants of the manor of Stonly. 1064
1559. Rejoinder of John Whitcombe. 1065

STONELEIGH, Millborne  DR 18/1/1066  1560

Contents:
Lease dated I July 2 Elizabeth (1560) by William Braban of Kenilworth, gent., to Richard Billyame citizen and draper of London. citing another dated 5 Feb. 1556 to John Dawes. of the Grange of Milborne and Woodmyll. Seal A bust.

STONELEIGH, Millborne  DR 18/1/1067  1561

13 ½ by 8 in.

Contents:
Release by Sir William Garrard, kt and alderman of London, executor of the will of James Chapleyn alias Cause of Mylborne, gent.to Anthony Throckmerton citizen and mercer of London, of his estate in the manor and farm of Mylborne. 2 Dec. 4 Elizabeth (1561) Seal A lion's head erased transfixed by two arrows in saltire between letters W and G.

Stoneleigh; Milborne Farm  DR 18/1/1068  1563

Contents:
Lease dated 16 Nov. 5th Elizabeth, by Thomas Frekylton and Marye his wife, of Stimely yeoman, to Robert Grafton of Kenelworth, yeoman, of Milborne farm, Assigning lease [1058] of, the Litle paror, two buttries, adjoing, two chambers the gatehouse above, and beneath, two and a half bayes of barne, on the west ende of the hole barne, the kitchen and chamber over it, a chamber over the hall, two bayes of the bakehouse, two bayes of the oxen house, the stable, two parts of the garden and orchard, 'Brode field, Mylborne meadow, Brome closes, common for 12 sheep on Dawley, Hethe, and half the fishing of the mill ham of Henry Devyas mill.
Signed and sealed by Thomas and Mary.
Seals i A female head. ii. I.C.

Stoneleigh Milborne Farm  DR 18/1/1069  14 April 7 Elizabeth [1565]


Related information: V.C.H. Warwicks. VI. p. 236.

Contents:
Licence from Queen Elizabeth I to Antony Throgmer ton citizen and grocer of London to alienate to Thomas Leighe knt., alderman of London and Alice his wife, the grange of Melborne [Millburn Grange] with appurtenances in the parish of Stoneley co. Warr', the mansion house of Melborne together with all houses, buildings, lands, tenements, gardens, orchards, dovecotes, meadows, pastures, commons, etc. together with pasture for 360 sheep upon Stoneley heath, all the said property lying in Melborne, Stoneley and Killingworth, and also a watermill called Woodmyll with all appurtenances in the parish of Stoneley.
First Great seal of Elizabeth - good condition.

Stoneleigh Milborne Farm  DR 18/1/1070  1578

13 by 10 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Pardon for Alienation, granted to Alice widow of Sir Thomas Leigh kt, 7 -8 Sept. 15 Elizabeth, enrolled in Chancery, between Alice of the one part. and Thomas Cony esquire, Edward Baber serjeant at law, and George Bond citizen and haberdasher of the other part.conveying to them Milborne Graunge and its members, Brode and Longe closes, Harpers field, Milborne meadow, the fields called Cockshot, Forwood, and Grimeswoode, Pellesley waste, Gregepoole and Wellshmans wastes, Hanginge Hough, a water mill, ---- called Wood mille, and common for 60 sheep. Westminster, 8 Feb.20 Elizabeth (1577-78)
Great Seal.

STONELEIGH. MILLBURN. Milburne  DR 18/1/1075  1670

23½ by 17½ in

Contents:
Lease dated 14 May 22 Charles II by Thomas lord Leigh to Joyce wife of John Hartley of Cryfield, and Joyce Dale daughter of Joyce, of Milburne Grange. s and s by Joyce and her daughter. T. Charles Duckworth, Edw: Slaney, John Wigson.

Stoneleigh Mill. Milburne Mill  DR 18/1/1074  1664

Contents:
Lease dated 21 July 16 Charles II, by Thomas lord Leigh to William Dale of Milburne, gent.of Milburne Mill with the four Cockshutt closes and Cockshutt meadow, etc.
Wit. J.Tracy, Charles Leigh, Charles Duckworth, Thos Clarke.
Signed and sealed by Dale.
Seal defaced.

STONELEIGH, MILLBURN IN.  DR 18/1/1071  1579

22 by 11 in.

Contents:
Indenture between Thomas Coney of Basingthorpe, co. Lincoln, esquire, and George Bonde, alderman of London of the one part; and Dame Alice Leigh of the other, reciting that Dame Alice, by deed of 7th Sept. 15 Elizabeth 1573, to found an almes house in Stonely, granted to them and Edward Baber sergeant at law deceased, all the Graunge of Milborne, and its lands. Last of February 21 Elizabeth, which is hereby released to the said use. Seal, a griffin's head erased between two pheons. ALICE LEIGH.

Stoneleigh, Millbourn.  DR 18/1/1072  1580

Contents:
Record of pleas at the Assizes of Warwick 8 July 22 Elizabeth (1580) before Thomas Meade justice.
Concerning the Tithes of Milbourne, Cubbington, etc. John Wynforde, Thomas Dyne, and Henry Bere complts; Dame Alice Leigh deft.

Stoneleigh; Milburne Mill  DR 18/1/1073  1635

Contents:
Lease by Sir Thomas Leigh of Stonely, kt and bt, to William Benion the younger, yeoman, of Milbourne Mill, 2 closes next Cockshoot field, a close called 'Tenter Closse', Dated 7th Oct. 10th Charles.
Wit. Edm: Bolsworth, Thos Partridge, Francis Gerkins.
Seal. Quarterly of four. I. A cross engrailed in the dexter quarter a lozenge. Badge of Ulster. (Leigh) II. A chevron between three crowns ? III.
A pale lozengy. A bend way wavy between two horseshoes ? Crest A unicorn's head

Stareton in Stoneleigh  [no ref. or date]

Stareton in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1076  1277

13½ by 10¼ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant of rents for Stavertone, by Geoffrey de Langele, in pure and perpetual alms, viz.of ten pounds worth in silver, rendered by his father, Geoffrey, which he gave to Abbot Osbert (de Wetswelle) and confirmed in the King's Court at Warwick, in 1246 at Easter, before Roger de Thurkeby, Gilbert de Prestone, Easter Symon de Waltone, and John de Cobbeham, justic lars. T. Sir Walter de Langele, Sir Thomas de Ardene, Sir Thomas de Endesbourne, Sir John son of Guy, Sir Robert de Verdun, Sir Adam de Naptone, Sir Thomas de Cherlecote, knights, Peter Bretun, Sylvester de Honingham, John de Suckeberuwe, William Purfrey, Richard Sprigo-Sprigonel, William de Simily, Henry de Craft, in Lemintone, Thomas Rauen of Tachebroke, Peter de Wolunard, in Lillintone, William Pygun of Wolunard, Roger Bathemon, of Cobintone, Robert son of Robert de Witlakesford in Assho, Henry Bronde of Stanleye, Ralph de Whyteleye, and others. Seal in green wxx, A fesse, in chief three escallops .S... LE.

Stareton in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1077  1270

12¾ by 9½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the same to Abbot Richard (de Merryngtone) in fee farm, of his Manor of Stavertone, with its lands. Dated in 1270. T. Sir Walter de Langele, Hugh Bartholemew of Sule, Henry de Seymore, John son of Wyz, knights, Geoffrey de Stanleie, Alexander de Kanele, and others. Seal in green waz. A fease, in chief three escallops?. LEGE:T....

STARETON in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1078  1538

13 by 5 in.

Contents:
Grant dated 8 April 29 Henry VIII (1538) by Raphael Bernard of London and William Slough of Stonely conveying to the latter the grang of Stareton, parcel of the dissolved monastery of Stoneley. Seal An old man's head.

STARETON in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1079  1550

17 by 12½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Feoffment by Anthony Forster and Mathew Wrottesley in confirmation to Richard Newport of Hunyngham esq: and Humphrey Reynoldes of Coventre gent., their tenements in Staverton. Dated 6 March 3 Edward VI (1549-50). Seals i. S.S.ii obsure.

STARETON in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1080  26TH MARCH 1550

17 by 12½ in
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Feoffment of Anthony Forster and Matthew Wrottesley to the use of Samuel Marowe esq:. Seals i The Sun. ii obscure.

STARETON in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1081  1549

16 by 8¾ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Release by Anthony Forster of London, esquire, and Matthew Wrottesley esquire, to Samuel Marowe, of their claims in in lands in Starebridge meadow, in the tenure of William Slough; a close called 'Gardinges' in the tenure of Thomas Mason; and messuages in the tenures of Richard Hill, William Banester, William Conwey, Peter Ellys, and William Baker, and 4 others in the tenures of John Sutton, Roger Smith, John Couper, and Thomas Mason. Dated 1 April 3 Edward VI (1549) Seals i. The Sun. ii. The letters L.D.

STARETON in Stoneleigh  DR 18/1/1082-1086  n.d

Contents:
Not assigned

STONELEIGH, STARETON.  DR 18/1/1087  1555

Contents:
Lease by Thomas Marowe of Rudfyn to Richarde Graunge of Staretone, of Staretone Graunge and its lands 15 August 2-3 Philip and Mary. (1555)
Seal A female's head RESPICE ET MEM.

STONELEIGH, STARETON.  DR 18/1/1088  1555

Contents:
Feoffment by Thomas Marowe of Rudfyn, to George Coxe of Stareton, of a messuage and land in Stareton 16 August 2-3 Philip and Mary.
Seal A female's head 15 by 8 in.

STONELEIGH, STARETON.  DR 18/1/1089  1555

15 by 5 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by Thomas Marowe of Rudfyn to George Coxe of Staretone, of his title etc, to a messuage and lands in the fields of Stavertone. 18 August 2-3 Philip and Mary (1555).
Seal A female's head RESPICE ET NE....

STONELEIGH, STARETON.  DR 18/1/1090  1555

12 by 2½ in.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of Thomas Marowe of Rudfyn esquire, to George Coxe of Stareton 20 August 2-3 Philip and Mary 1555 to keep covenants. Seal as above.

STONELEIGH, STARETON.  DR 18/1/1091  1555

14¾ by 9½ in
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Feoffment by Thomas Marowe of Rudfyn, to Thomas Cowper, of a messuage and virgate of land in Stareton.16 August 2-3 Philip and Mary (1555)
S.and s. as above.

STONELEIGH, STARETON.  DR 18/1/1092  1555

14½ by 4¾ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Release by Thomas Marowe of Rudfyn to Thomas Cowper of Staretone, of a messuage and virgate of land, late Joan Rashe widow, 18 August 2-3 Philip and Mary 1555.
Seal circular red, a female head RESPICE ET N.....

STONELEIGH, STARETON.  DR 18/1/1093  1555

Contents:
Conveyance by Thomas Cowper and Margaret his wife to William James of Stareton, labourer, of a croft of land in Stareton. 9 Sept 2-3 Philip and Mary. 1555. Seals i. R.I. ii.

STONELEIGH, STARETON. Staverton  DR 18/1/1094  1555

16 by 9 in.

Contents:
Bond of Thomas Cowper of Starton, husbandman, to William James of the same, labourer, 9 Sept. 2-3 Philip and Mary (1555) to give seisin of lands in Starton.
Seal.R.H.

STONELEIGH, STARETON.  DR 18/1/1095  1555

Contents:
Confirmation by Thomas Marowe of Rudfyn to Alexander Howe of Stareton of a messuage and lands called Gardelouse and Lammas Close etc. and a close in the tenure of Thomas Harper. 20 August 2-3 Philip and Mary (1555)
Seal obscure.

STONELEIGH, Stareton  DR 18/1/1096  1555

11½ by 2½ in.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of Thomas Marowe of Rudfyn, to Alexander Howe of Stareton, 24 August 2-3 Philip and Mary. To keep covenants. Seal.

STONELEIGH, Stareton  DR 18/1/1097  1555/6

17 by 8 in
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Confirmation by Thomas Marowe of Rudfyn to Alexander Howe, of the Manor of Stareton and its lands. 4 March 2-3 Philip and Mary (1555-56)
S.and s by Thomas, Seal A female's head. RESPICE ...

STONELEIGH, STARETON.  DR 18/1/1098  1558/59

Contents:
Licence granted to Thomas Marowe of Hoxton co.Middx, to alienate to Alexander Howe of Stareton, a messuage, lands, etc. in Storton with the Mylholme, 5 Feb I Elizabeth. (1558-9)
Fair impression of the Great Seal.

STONELEIGH, STARETON.  DR 18/1/1099  1561

Contents:
Confirmation by Thomas Marowe of Hoxton co.Mdx esquire, to Alexander Howe of Stareton, walker, of the Manor of Staretone with 3 quartrons of arable and a parcel of meadow, two closes called 'Gardelouse', and 'Lamas close', etc. 20 July 3 Elizabeth., s and s. S al A female's head RESPICE ET MEM.

STONELEIGH, STARETON  DR 18/1/1100  1561

15½ by 8 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by Thomas Marowe of Hoxton co. Middx. to Alexander Howe of Stareton, of the Home close, Lamas close, Milne Hames etc. in Stareton. Dated 1 August 3 Elizabeth (1561) Seal a female's head.
T. None.

STONELEIGH, STARETON.  DR 18/1/1101  1565

Contents:
Licence granted to Samuell Marowe to alienate to Sir Thomas Leigh knight, the Manor or Graunge of Starton, with its lands. Westminster 30 May 7 Elizabeth (1565) Part of Great Seal.

STONELEIGH, Staverton  DR 18/1/1102  1565

Contents:
Conveyance by dated 7 June 7 Elizabeth (1565) by Samuell Marowe of Berkeswelle, esquire, to Sir Thomas Leigh, knight and alderman, of the Manor or Grange of Stareton. in Stoneley, Starebridge medowe in the tenure of William Sloughe, Quarell Place in the tenure of Thomas Mason, Grelowes, Garelowes, late Thomas Mascue, and 4 messuages.etc.
Seal F.B.

STONELEIGH, Staverton  DR 18/1/1103-1104  1565

Contents:
Final Concord levied Michelmas 7 Elizabeth Thomas Leigh, knight and alderman of London and Samuel Marrowe esquire and Margaret his wife def: of the manor of Stareton with 7 messuages, 6 cottages 4 tofts a water mill dovecot, 12 gardens and orchards, 200 acres of land, 300 of pastyre, 40 of wood, 100 of weed waste and 20 of marsh and a penny rent in Stareton and Stonely Cons £250.

STONELEIGH, Staverton  DR 18/1/1105  1565

Contents:
Bond of Samuel Marowe to Sir Thomas Leigh 17 June 7 Elizabeth (1565) to keep covenants.

STONELEIGH, Stareton.  DR 18/1/1106  1565

Contents:
Bargain and Sale 18 June 7 Elizabeth (1565) by Samuell Marrowe of Berkswell, to Sir Thomas Leigh kt, of a close called Bardelowes, with messuages, cottages etc. in Stareton. S.& s by Samuell. Seal obscure.
T. John Harreyonge, Rich. Hopkyns, Robt Dadleye, lex. Howe, John Porter, and Rich.Bettes. IV by 9.

STONELEIGH, STARETON. Staverton  DR 18/1/1107  1565

14½ by 8 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by Alexander Howe, Richard Graunger, John Porter, and Edward Sotherne, to Sir Thomas Leigh, knight and alderman of London,; of messuages, etc. in Stareton which they held with George Baker, William James, Ralph Gaudie, John Clarke, Robert Shoteswelle, Isabell Mainard, widow, and Thomas Harpervell. 19 June 7 Elizabeth.
Seals i.lost.ii.R.V. iii.obscure.
T. John Younge, gent., Richard Hopkins, Robert Dadley, Richard Holland, Thos Holland, Richard Bettes.

STONELEIGH. Stareton  DR 18/1/1108  1566

25 by 8½ in

Contents:
Lease dated 14 Sept.8 Elizabeth (1566) by Thomas Leigh, knight, citizen and alderman of London, to John Porter of Stareton, and Margery his wife; of a messuage and lands called 'Malyns' in Stareton. Seals I.obscure. ii. cross

STONELEIGH. Stareton  DR 18/1/1109  1567

12 by 8 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 6 Sept.1567, by Sir Thomas Leigh kt, to Richard Granger, husbandman, of a farm house and close in Stareton. Seal defeced.

STONELEIGH, STARETON  DR 18/1/1110  1568

11½ by 6 in.

Contents:
Release by Thomas Coxe of Stareton, to to Thomas Leigh jun: by the hands of his uncle Thomas Coxe, quitclaiming his rights to the tenement in the fields of Stareton (late Thomas Holland's) and conveying the same to Sir Thomas Leigh knight. 23 Oct. 10 Elizabeth. (1568) Seal Thomas Coxe. T.John Harrison, Roger Vicars.

STONELEIGH, STARETON  DR 18/1/1111  1610

Contents:
Abstract of deeds relating to Stareton

Stoneleigh; Stareton  DR 18/1/1112  1671

Contents:
Lease dated 22 June 1671, by Charles, lord Leigh, to William Hurlbutt of Starton, carpenter, of of a messuage in Starton with Carlow, Church Close, etc.
S.& s by Harlbutt. Seal.lost.

STONELEIGH. Stareton  DR 18/1/1113  1674

25 by 21 Seal.

Contents:
Lease dated 24 Sept.26 Charles II (1674) by Thomas lord Leigh to Richard Camell of amessuage and closes called Townsend close, The Foure Ticknells, The Longfield etc. S and s by Richard. T. Charles Duckworth, Thos Clarke, John Unton.

STONELEIGH GRANGE  DR 18/1/1113A  1528 6 Nov 20 Henry VIII

Contents:
Lease

Stoneleigh Grange  DR 18/1/1114  1556

21½ by 12.

Contents:
Demise dated 31 May 2-3 Philip and Mary (1556) Ralph Underhill of Stonely gent.and Mary his wife to Thomas Donton of the same, husbandman. Seal lost.

STONELEIGH. GRANGE.  DR 18/1/1115  1560

Contents:
Lease dated 22nd August 1560, by William Caundissh of Trymley St Martin, co. Suffolk, to Alice widow of James Gandy of Stoneley, of the Grange, Grange Green, Horse Close, Beech Hill, & half Garbyge Meadow. s & s. by Thomas Damport for Alice.
Seal. A monogram OV S.

Stoneley Grange  DR 18/1/1116  1560

Contents:
Lease dated 10 Feb 1560 by Thomas Douton of Stonely husbandman, to Robert Carter citizen and fisherman of London, of the Grange.
T.Roger Hodge haberdasher of London, Thomas Jarvys of Stonely, miller.
S and sealed with a capital T.

Stoneleigh Grange  DR 18/1/1117  1565

Contents:
Pardon confirming to Thomas Leigh, knight, and Alice his wife, the grant made to them by Robert Carter of London, fishmonger, of Stonley Graunge, and its lands. 6 April 7 Elizabeth. (1565)
Grant Seal annexed.

Stoneleigh Grange  DR 18/1/1118  1709

Lease dated 12 Dec.1709 by Thomas lord Leigh to Joshua Wafforne of Stoneleigh, gent., and Elizabeth his wife. s and s.

Stoneleigh Tosall  [no ref. or date]

Stoneleigh Tosall  DR 18/1/1119  1683

Contents:
Lease dated 6 Dec. 1683. by Thomas, lord Leigh of Stoneleigh, to Richard of Cryfield, of the messuage called 'Tosall' with the timbertrees thereon. Wit: William Dale, John Grimstone. Seal lost.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  [no ref. or date]

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH.  DR 18/1/1120  c. 1270

8 by 3 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Felice relict of John de la Sale, to Richard her son, of 8 acres of land lying in Westwode; between lands of John le maschun and and Richard de Lelefrode, with a meadow called 'Causeymorre', lying between land of Roger Edward of Canele, and the common way. T. Alexander de Crulefelde, John de Machun, Richde Daddle, William Persune, Richard de Lalleforde, and others. Seal circular, green, A squirrel. LEGE CETI'GGE.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1121  1278

8 by 4 in.

Contents:
Grant by the same to Simon Heruy of Berkeswelle, of 2 acres of waste in Westwode, next the waste of Stephen Gregge, rendering 12d and suit of court at Easter and St Michael. T. Robert de Stoke, Thomas de Boydyn, John de Heyforde, Henry de Hokkele, Adam de Notebroke
Notebroke, and others. Dated at Stonelee, on the feast of St Mark Ev: 6 Edward (25 April 1278) Seal lost

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1122  c. 1290

9½ by 4 in. c 1290.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by John (de la Sale) abbot of Stonle and the convent, to Alexander de Cruelfelde, of portions of the waste of Westwode; rendering 4s. T. Dom: William (deMerstone) vicar of Stonle, Peter le Bretun, Robert de Stoke, Robert de Wyllenhale, William Corbyson, Henry de Mora, Richard de Daddele, and others Seal lost.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1123  c. 1290

8½ by 4 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the same to Duron de Daddeleye, of 10 acres 3 foods lands in Westwode, of which 3 acres lie on Langelemore. T. Alexander de Cruelielue, Roger de Mora, William Person, Henry son of Hugh de Canele, Thomas de Fynham
Fynham, John de Fynham, Henry de Stonle, and others. Seal lost.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1124  c. 1290

Contents:
Grant by John (de la Sale) Abbot of Stanleia and the comvent of the same to Richard de Daddelee, of 2 acres 3 roods and 9 lands, lying between the two ways namely the half acres next Langley, between the ways from from Cruelfelde and the way from Hurst to Coventre, and 6½ acres lie by the way to Coventre, and ½ an acre lies in le Colleye, T. Alexander de Cruelfeld, Roger de la More, William Persune, Henry son of Hugh de Canele, Thomas de Fynham, Henry-de Simon de Fynham, John de Fynham, Henry de Stanle and others. Seal a pointed oval in green wax. The abbot standing holding his staff in his right hand and a book in his left between the Sun and crescent moon. SIGILL ABBATIS DE STANLEIE.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1125  c. 1290

63/8 by 4 in (damaged).
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the same, to Gilbert de Clodeswelle, merchant, of even acres of the wste of Westwode lying on the way to Berkeswelle. T. Alexander de Crulefelde, Robert Baudewyne, Henry de Mora, Richard de Daddele and others. Seal lost.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1126  c. 1290

8 by 3½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the same to Geoffrey de Horewelle of 3 roods of waste in Westwode, lying between Berkeswelle way and land of Henry de Waborle. T. Alexander de Crulefelde, Roger de la More, John Gopyl, John de la Horewelle, Henry de Waborle. and others. Seal lost

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1127  c. 1290

Contents:
Covenant made between the Abbot and convent of Stonle and the Master and brethren of the Temple in England, respecting the inclosure of 82 acres of the waste land of Westwode, to be inclosed at the rate of 24 feet to the perch, and releasing the common rights of the Templars and the land fro 100 marks, on this this condition, that no dispute be raised in the King's courts for five years. T. Sir Gilbert de Kirkebye, Sir Simon de Cubington,

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1128  c. 1290

7½ by 3 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the same to Adam Jordan of ½ an acre and ¼th of a rood in Westwode, lying next lands of William Hervis, rendering ¼ and two turns at the View of Frankpledge. T. Alexander de Crulefelde, William Wichard of Alesle, William Rud of the same, William le Hunte, Geoffrey de Horwelle and others. Seal fragmentary.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1129  1293

7 by 3 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the same to Roger son of Henry dela More, of that part of the waste he inclosed at the feast of St George M. 21 Edward (16 April 1293) T. Master Thomas de Caneleye, Oliver Daubone, Thomas Boydyne, Alexander de Cruylfelde, Thomas Raven, John Gopil, Robert de Wylenhale, Richard de Daddelee, William Persone, and others. Seal circular, green. An Agnus Dei. ECCE AGNIDIE.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1130  c. 1295

8 by 3 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the same to William de la Hethe of Berkeswelle, of 3 acres in the waste of Westwode, next land of Jordan de Bydenhaye; rendering 18d. T. Alexander de Cruelfelde, Roger de la More, Clemente de Berkeswelle, William de Bydenhaye, Adam de Notebroke and others. Seal lost.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1131  1295

9¾ by 4½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the same to Roger de la More of the waste between le Mulnehulle and the road to Cannelee, reaching to Flaggemore. and a plot of new land by that of Dom: William de Merschtone vicar of Stonle, and the highroad to Berkeswelle, and anotherplot reaching from le Leynescherde to le Lake, which John Frankelyn held. held T. Dom: William vicar of the church of Stoneleye, John Daubeny, Thomas Boydun, Alex: de Cruylefelde, Robert de Wilinhale, John Gopil, Thomas Raven, Nicholas his brother, Thomas le Jevene, Henry le Bretun and others. Dated at Stonelee, Friday after St Augustine 23 Edward I(2 Sept: 1295) Seal circular, red. A lion ? dormant, IESV SEL DE AM VRL.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1132  1294

9 by 6½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Inspeximus of a grant by the Abbot and convent of Stonle, to the Master and brethren of the Knights of the Temple in England, with the assent of Fr: James de Molay' then master, of measured by the perch of 24 feet, lying in the waste of Westwode, to augment the manor of the Master and brethren in Fletch ampstede, saving the right of way for the monks and their tenants with their men and flocks along the ways from Bereswelle to Coventre being 20 feet wide, from Hotebroke to Coventre (16 feet in width), from Berkeswelle to Stonle, of the same width, for which they give 100 marks sterling.T. Sir Gilbert de Kirkebye, Dom: Simon de Cadyntone rector of Berkeswelle, Oliver de Aubeneye, Alexander de Crulefelde, Roger de la More, Thomas Boydun, Roger Baldewyn and others. Seal circular, green. An Agnus Dei. Dated at Dynnesle in our chapterhouse, Wednesday next St Barabas 22 Edward I (16 June 1294)

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1133  1294

8½ by 8½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Counterpart. Seal, An Agnus Dei. SICILLVM TEMPLI. Counterseal A bearded human head SVM TESTIS ACTIUM.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1134  1312

7½ by 4 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Demise by the Abbot and convent of Stonele to Robert Haye of Berkeswelle, of two roods of waste in Westwode, next that of William Mobtree. T. Robert de Stoke, Thomas Boydyn, John le Heyr, Henry de Hocklee, R...de Notebroke, and others. Dated at Stonelee, on the Feast of St Luke 6 Edward II (18 Oct: 1312) Seal lost.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1135  1312

7¼ by 4 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the same to Robert de Holdenhale of Berkeswelle, of 15 acres of waste in Westwode, lying next that of Hugh del Hethe, rendering 9d.and two suits of court there. Date and witnesses as last. Seal lost.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1136  1312

10 by 4 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the same to William Coqun of Berkeswelle of 8 acres of waste on Westwode, rendering 4s. at the turns of the Manor of Stonlee, and suit of court. Date and witnesses as above.
Seal lost.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1137  1313

8 by 3½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the same to Ely the carpenter of Berkeswelle, of half an acre lying next that of Richard le Porter.renering as in th above. Dated on the Feast of St Mark 6 Edward II (15 April 1313) Seal lost.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1138  1313

Contents:
Grant by the same to Richard le Porter of Berkeswelle, of half an acre in Westwode next that of Ely the carpenter, rendering sd. and suit of court. T. Robert de Stoke, Thomas Boydyn, John de Heyforde, Henry de Hokkelee, Adam de Not broke and others. Dated at Stonlee, as in last. Seal lost.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1139  1313

9½ by 3¼ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Similar grant to the abovenamed John, of 2 acres lying next the waste of Jordan de Wydenhaye, rendering a silver penny and two suits of court. T. Thomas de Stoke, Thomas Boydyn, John de Heyforde, Henry de Hokkele, Adam de Notebroke and others. Dated at Stonlee, on the feast of 6 Edward II (25 March 1313) Seal lost

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1140  1313

8¼ by 3¾ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Similar grant to John atte Hethe of Berkeswelle. Dated and witnessed as above.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1141  1313

8½ by 4½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the same to Nicholas Payn of Berkes welle, of half an acre of waste in Westwode. T. Robert de Stoke, Thomas Boydyn, John de Heyforde, Henry de Hokkeley, Adam de Notebroke, and others. Dated at Stonlee, on the same day and year.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1142  1313

7¾ by 4 in.

Contents:
Grant in perpetuity by the same to Juliana de Astlee of Berkeswelle and her heirs, of an are of aste on Westwode at 6d rent. T. Robert de Stoke, Thomas Boydyn, John de Hey forde, Henry de Hokkelee, Adam de Nottebroke, and others. Dated at Stonelee, on the Feast of St Mark, 6 Edward II (25 April 1313). Seal lost.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1143  1313

8½ by 3¾ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the Abbot and convent of Stonlee, to William de Widnhai of Berkeswelle, of six acres in the waste of Westewode, lying between the waste of Adam de Notebroke. T. Robert de Stoke, Thomas Boydyn, John de Heyforde, Henry de Hokkele, Adam de Notebroke and others. Dated at Stonlee, in the feast of St Mark Ev:, 6 Edward II (15 April 1313) Seal, a fragment.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1144  1313

8¾ by 4 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the same to Margerie Barr of Berkeswelle, of a rood of wste in Westwode, lying next that of John son of the provost of Berkeswelle, rendering 3d and suit of court. T. Robert de Stoke, Thomas Boydyn, John de Heyford, Henry de Hokkele, Alan de Notebroke, and others. Seal lost.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1145  1325

9 by 3.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the same to John son of Reinald de Adam of Berkeswelle, of 6 acres in the waste of Westwode, next lands of Robert de Stoke, T. Thomas Boydyn, Henry de Hockele, Alexander de Crutefelde, and others. Dated Stonle on the Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary, 17 Edward II. (25 March 1325) Seal A popinjay on a pole between a male and female head. LOVE ME SIV.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1146  1325

7¾ by 5 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Reginald called 'Bercarius' to Johnleget son of Maud his wife, of waste lying between the way from Berkeswelle to Coventre, and the new land of the abbot and convent. T. Richard de Chemayne, Thomas Jurdan, Ricahrd de Daddelee, John de la Horewelle, John called 'le Champion', and others. Dated at Flecchampstede, Sunday next the Trans.of St Thomas M., 18 Edward II (7 july 1325) Seal lost.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1147  1327

9 by 5 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the Abbot and convent of Stonle to John le Hunte of Allesle and Chrisiana his wife, of 4 acres of waste in Westwode, which Lement de Berkeswelle, for their lives and the lives of John and William their sons. rendering 2s yearly. T. Henry de Hockele, Richard le Harpour, John Champion, Ralph de Prestewelle, John de Aschawe, and others. Dated at Stonle, on the feast of St Edward the King, 1 Edward I (18 March). Seal lost.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1148  1329

8 by 3½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by the Abbot and convent of Stonlee, to Benedict de Morcote, Alice his wife, and John their son, demising them 7 acres of waste in Westwode. T..... de Hocklee, Walter de Morote John Campion, and others. Seal lost.

WESTWOOD IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1148a  1372

11 by 3½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Thomas (de Pype) Abbot of Stoneleye and the convent to Fr Robert Hales, prior of St John of Jerusalem in England, and Fr Robert de Hales, of Normanton, preceptor of Balsehale of common rights in the waste of Westwode for his animals and those of his tenants of Fletchampstede. Given in the chapter-house of Stoneleye, on the Feast of St Gregory P. 46 Edward III (12 March 1371-72) Seal lost

Stoneleigh Westwood Heath Mill  [no ref. or date]

WESTWOOD HEATH IN STONELEIGH  DR 18/1/1149  1602

Contents:
Lease dated 26 Sept. 1602, by Sir Thomas Leigh to Nicholas Hall of Barkeswell, miller, Elyanore his wife, and Dorathie their daughter, of Umbers Spring on Westwood Heath, and lands for the setting up of a water mill there with the newly made dames and pooles, with common rights for 4 beasts, a nagg, and 20 sheep. according to the custom of the tenents of the manor.
Wit: George Gosse.
Signed and sealed with a spray of roses.

Stoneleigh Westwood Heath  DR 18/1/1150  1611

Contents:
Lease dated 19 Oct. 9 James, by Sir Thomas Leigh to Walter Haynes of Stonely warrener, and John his son. s.& s. Seal lost.

Stoneleigh Westwood Heath  DR 18/1/1151-1152  1619

Contents:
Lease dated 1 Oct. 17 James. by Stephen Wilson of Cryfeild to Sir Thomas Leigh, of Cocks Waste parcel of the grange of Cryfeild. and Bond. s.& s. by Stephen .Seal ..W.

Stoneleigh Westwood Heath  DR 18/1/1153  1635

Contents:
Lease by Lady Katherine and Sir Thomas Leigh, to John Smart, warrener, and Gilbert Bellamy, of the Lodge or Warren house, lately erected upon Westwood Heath, late John Haynes alias Stringer, with the warren and game of coneyes now planted on the Heath, from Fletchampstead Parke Corner to the Stonehouse, thence to Rudlynis lane, to the brooke in Tosell lane and along Ymends hedge side to Mr Smythes house, and thence from to Coxe waste, and soe along the pale of the parke, where the old gate stood and thence to the Lodge.with common for 40 sheep. etc.
S. by Smart and Bellamy. Seals lost.

Stoneleigh Westwood Heath.  DR 18/1/1154  27 October 1635

Contents:
Lease by Lady Katherine and Sir Thomas Leigh, to John Smart, warrener, of a grove called 'Umbers' next Westwood Heath, and divers closes there.
S.& s. Seal lost.

STONELEIGH, WESTWOOD HEATH  DR 18/1/1155  1657

Contents:
Lease by Sir Thomas Leigh and Mary his wife, to Jonathan Cooke of Barkswell, gent, Samuel Phinnes of Allesley, gent, and George Mathews of Meriden, gent, of the Lodge on Westwood Heath and certain closes there. Dated 2 Feb. 1657.
S. &. s. by the lessees. 2 seals, one lost, two obscure.

STONELEIGH, WESTWOOD HEATH  DR 18/1/1156  1664

Contents:
Lease dated 28 April 1664 by Sir Thomas Leigh and George Mathews of Meriden & Jonathan Cooke of Warwick, gents, of a cottage and lands on Westwood Heath. s.&.s. by George. Seal defaced.

Stoneleigh Westwood Heath.  DR 18/1/1157  1676/7

Contents:
Lease dated 23 March 1676/7 by Thomas, Lord Leigh, to John Harley of Barkswell, gent. of the warren on Westwood Heath.
S.by Hartley. Seal obscure.

STONELEIGH, WHOBERLEY IN  [no ref. or date]

STONELEIGH, WHOBERLEY IN  DR 18/1/1157A  1684

Contents:
Writ of capias against John Grimston at the Suit of William Burton of Whoberley in the parish of Stoneleigh

Stretton upon Dunsmoor  [no ref. or date]

Stretton upon Dunsmoor  DR 18/1/1158-1159  1578

Contents:
Final Concord levied Trinity 20 Eliz. Edward and Thomas Griffin, quer: Anthony Tate gent.& Margaret his wife, & Bartholemew Tate and Dorothy his wife, def: of a messuage and lands in Stretton, Wollfrichton, & Ethorpe. Cons £40.

Stretton upon Dunsmoor  DR 18/1/1160-1161  1594

Contents:
Final Concord levied Easter 36 Eliz. Francis Stretton, quer: Thomas Griffyn & Eleanor his wife def: of A messuage and lands in Stretton, Wollfrichton and Ethorpe. Cons.£40.

Stretton upon Dunsmoor  DR 18/1/1162  1641

Contents:
Final Concord levied Michelmas 17 Charles (1641) Edward Taylor, quer: William Stretton and Eleanor his wife, def: of 2 messuages, etc in Stretton upon Dunsmoore, Princethorpe, and Wolston. Cons. £120.

STRETTON-upon-Dunsmore  DR 18/1/1162AB  1688

Contents:
Left and right halves of indenture. Fine between Thomas Lord Leigh of Stoneleigh, plaintiff and Samuel Taylor gent. and his wife, of one messuage, one cottage, 40 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 40 acres of pasture, 20 acres (?) lying in Stretton upon Dunsmore Cons: £20

Tachebrooke Bishops  [no ref. or date]

Tachebrooke Bishops  DR 18/1/1163  1638


Related information: DR 18/3/70/2 for deed

Contents:
Final Concord levied in St Hilary 13 Charles I 1638 between Edmund Palmer gent. & Robert Harvey gent.quer: John Stringfellow gent.and Elizabeth his wife def. of 2 messuages, 4 cottages, 6 gardens and orchards, 170 acres of arable, etc. i Bishopps Tachebroke and Warwick. Cons.£200

Tysoe  [no ref. or date]

Tysoe  DR 18/1/1164  1764

Contents:
Lease dated 6 August 1764 by Thomas Jenner D.D Predient of Magdalen College Oxon, and the Scholars there to Edward lord Leigh, of the site of the Manor of Westcott and Tyshoe for 20 years.
Broken eal of the College.

'GUY'S CLIFFE  [no ref. or date]

GUY'S CLIFFE.  DR 18/1/1165  1590/1

Contents:
Lease dated 9 Jan. 33 Elizabeth 1590/1 between Thomas Leigh of Stonely of the one part; and Thomas Beaufoe of Guisecliffe, of the three mills called Guy Clyffe Mylnes.
S.and S. by Beaufoe.
Seal Ermine, on a bend three.
T. Symon Ralegh, Mychael Fyndery, Thos Masters, George Crosse.

Warwick  [no ref. or date]

Warwick  DR 18/1/1166  1663

Contents:
Indenture dated 1 April 15 Charles II (1663) between John Troughton of the Middle Temple esquire, Henry Dodd of Fenny Compton, gent, William Fisher of Hellidon co.Nthts, gent.of the one part; Devereux Knightley of Fawsley esquire, Richard Taylor of Ansty, gent, William Brent of Willington gent, Thomas Pratt of Hinckley co.Leicester of the other part; re H.M.Commission dated 25 May 1661 regulating the sale of wool. on the bankruptvy of NicholasHeath.

WARWICK.  DR 18/1/1167  1676

Contents:
Warwick deed dated 19 Sept 28 Charles II (1676) between Deverux Knightley of Fawsley, Brent and Pratt of the 1st part;and John Hartley of Cryfiled of the 2nd part; John Norton of Kenelworth gent and Oliver Pollett of the same gent of the 3rd part.
S and s by William Brent.

Warwick  DR 18/1/1168  1695

Contents:
Letters of John Hartley, late of Barkswell attorning Thomas Lant of Allesley, to recover from Thomas Murcott of Coventry, gent.

Weston under Wetherley  [no ref. or date]

WESTON UNDER WETHERLEY.  DR 18/1/1169  1649

Contents:
Administration granted by Walter Littleton L.L.D. Commissary General of the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, to Henry son of Henry Wilks of Weston under Weatherley. 28 July 1649.
Seal Oval.... Paper.

Weston under Wetherley  DR 18/1/1170  1695

24 by 12 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 10 April 1695 by John Smith of Crabbet in Worth, esquire, to Thomas Maynes yeoman, of two messuages in Weston. S by Thomas

Weston under Wetherley  DR 18/1/1171  1695

Contents:
Lease 10 April 1695, by John Smith of Crabbett esquire, to Thomas Mayne, of two Messuages in Weston. S & s by John, Seal armorial Three greyhounds in pale Crest a head erased. T.Ann Jones, Katherine Gregory, Henry Gernons

Weston under Wetherley  DR 18/1/1172  1695

24 by 13 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 10 April 1695, by John Smith of Crabbett esquire, to James Sympson, yeoman, of a messuage and land. S & s by James. T. Ann Mayne, John Taylor, Sam.Tooley.

Weston under Wetherley  DR 18/1/1173  1695

Contents:
Bond of James Sympson to John Smith of Crabbett, 10 April 1695, to keep covenants. Seal A human heart transfixed by an arrow, beneath the Eye of God. T. Ann Mayne, John Taylor, Sam Tooley. paper 2ff.

Weston under Wetherley  DR 18/1/1174  1695

24 by 13 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 30 April 1695. John Smith of Crabbet co Sussex, to Anne widow of John Mayne, of of a messuage and lands in Weston. S and s by Anne Seal armorial Three Semee of roundles two lions passant. T. Anne Sinshott, John Taylor, Sam.Tooley.

Weston under Wetherley  DR 18/1/1175  1695

Contents:
Bond of Anne Mayne to John Smith of Crabbett, 30 April 1695 to keep covenants. S & s by Anne. T James Simson, John Taylor, Sam.Tooley. paper 2 ff.

Weston under Wetherley  DR 18/1/1176  1695

19 by 12½ in.

Contents:
Lease dated 10 June 1695, by John Smith of Crabbett to Thomas Fell weaver, of a cottage in West on.s and s. T. Thos Kebon, Thomas ..el.

WESTON UNDER WETHERLEY.  DR 18/1/1177  1695

Contents:
Bond of Thomas Fell of Weston under Wetherley, to John Smith of Crabbett esquire, 10 June 1695. T. Robert Barwell, John Taylor, Sam Tooley. Seal, a human heart transfixed with an arrow as before. Paper 2 ff.

Weston under Wetherley.  DR 18/1/1178  1701

11¾ by 14 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 30 Dec. 13 William III (1701) Thomas lord Leigh to Thomas Maine, of two messuages in Weston. s. and s. by Thomas. paper.

Weston under Wetherley  DR 18/1/1179  1706

12 by 15 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 26 Dec. 5 Anne (1706) Thomas lord Leigh to William Mulliner, of a yard land and meadow called 'Stewards piece' .s.& s by William. paper.

Weston under Wetherley  DR 18/1/1180  1706
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond dated 26 Dec. 1706. William Mulliner to Thomas lord Leigh.to keep covenants. s and s by William. T. Will. Michael, Josha Waffore.

Whitacre  [no ref. or date]

Whitacre  DR 18/1/1181  1674

Contents:
Lease of a cottage in Whitacre, etc. 12 Jan. 1674 by Thos Tayler of Over Whitacre, and Catherine his wife, to Richard Clark of Ansley. Seal lost.

Whitacre, Over.  DR 18/1/1182  1680

21 by 17 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 8 May 32 Charles I (1680, ) by Thomas Taylor of Over Whitacre and Katherine his wife, to Henry Davis of Birmingham, labourer, of a messuage and lands in Over Whitacre. S.and s by Henry.
Seals obscure.
T.John Riton, George Lugg, Moreton Slaney.

Whitacre  DR 18/1/1183  1682

Contents:
Lease dated... April 1682, by Thomas Hollyar of Nether Whitacre, to Anne his daughter, of a messuage and lands there. not executed.

Whitacre, Over  DR 18/1/1184  1690

Contents:
Mortgage dated 26 March 1690 by William Brooks, Thomas Taylor and Katherine his wife to Edward Weston junior; of a house in Over Whitacre.
S.and s.

Whitnash  [no ref. or date]

Whitnash  DR 18/1/1185  1591

Contents:
Lease dated 17 Dec 34 Elizabeth, by Christopher Hoddesden of Laighton Bussard, to Sir Thomas Leigh and Lady Katherine his wife, of a messuage belonging to the chantry guild of Holy Trinity in Warwick, and the advowson of the rectory of Whitnassh.
S.& s by Christopher. seal defaced.

Whitnash  DR 18/1/1186  1612

Contents:
Lease of the tithes of the rectory of Whitnash, 10 Dec. 10 James I. by Nicholas Greenhill of Whitnash, to Sir Thomas Leigh. s.& s by Nicholas. Seal N.G.

Withybrooke  [no ref. or date]

Withibrooke  DR 18/1/1187  1592/3

Contents:
Indenture dated 5 Feb. 35 Elizabeth (1592-3) between Sir William Leigh of Newnham Regis of the 1st part; Sir Thomas his brother of the 2nd part; Sir John Harrington of Combe kt, Richard Wortley Humphrey Davenport, John Crooke junior, Charles Hales, and George Crooke esuire of the 3rd part; and Hneyr son of Edward Boughton of Cawston, of the 4th part; a family settlement of lands in Withibroke.
S.and s. but seals defaced.

WITHYBROOK.  DR 18/1/1188  1592/3

Contents:
Indenture dated 7 Feb 35 Elizabeth (1592/3) between John Harrington of Combe co Warwick knight, Richard Wortley esq., Humphrey Davenport esq, John Crook junior, Henry son of Edward Boughton late of Cawston, co War. enfeoffing Edward Mountague knight, John Spencer knight, and Thomas his son in the Manor of Withibroke.
S. and S.

Withybrooke  DR 18/1/1189  1592/3

12 by 8¼ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Letters of Edward Mountague, knight, John Spencer, knight, and Thomas his brother, attorning John Firer, Thomas Atkyns, and Thomas Fitzherbert, yeomen, to give seisin to John Harrington of Combe, of the Manor of Withibroke, by the hands of Richard Wortley, Humphrey Davenport, John Crook jun., Charles Hales, George Crooke, and Henry Boughton, esquires. 13 Feb. 35 Eliz.

Wolford Great  [no ref. or date]

WOLFORD GREAT.  DR 18/1/1190  1601

29 by 18 in.

Contents:
Bargain and sale dated 17 June 43 Elizabeth 1601, between Sir Thomas Egerton and Alice his now wife Countess of Derby and Sir Thomas Leigh knight, of the one part: and Robert Sackville son and heir to Thomas Lord Buckhurst Lord Treasurer of England, and Anne Lady Compton his now wife, of the Manor of Wolford Magna and its lands.
S.& S. Seals, 1. Crest, a lion rampant supporting an arrow? 11. Armorial, Quarterly i quarterly and a fret, over all on a bend three escallops. ii, a fesse ermine between six sea pies heads. iii ?. iv On a cross five ?. v. Ermine a chevron, crescent for difference vi On a bend between two lions..... 111 obscure.
T. E Sandys, Henry Smyth, Nich Serott, Henry Bowyer, George Gosse, Henry Bellingham.
Enrolled in Chancery.

WOOTTON LEEK  [no ref. or date]

Leek Wootton  DR 18/1/1191  1555

15½ by 9½ in.

Contents:
Bargain and sale dated 14 April 1-2 Philip and Mary 1555 by Edward Marrowe of Elmdone, and Anne his wife, to Thomas Carewe of the Inner Temple, esquire, of their interests in Lapworth alias Crosse Grange, and the tithes of Leeke Wottone, Hillwottone, Woodcote, and Wodelowes. s.and s. Seals i R.M. ii A female head

WOOTTON LEEK.  DR 18/1/1192  1665/66

27 by 12 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 1 March 18 Charles II (1665/66) by Thomas lord Leigh to John Eborne of Hill Wootton and William Rawline, of lands called Holbrooke and Dingles in the common fields of Wotton.
S. and S. by lord Leigh. Seal defaced.
T. Robert Clerke, Chas. Duckworth, Moses Robinson.

Leeke Wotton  DR 18/1/1193  1664

7 by 17 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 9 April 16 Charles II (1664) by Thomas lord Leigh to John Hancorne husbandamn, of of a messuage and half yardland in the common fields of Church Wotton.
T.Wm Robinson, Chas Duckworth, Wm Hurlbut.

Leek Wotton.  DR 18/1/1194  1664

24 by 12 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 20 Sept.18 Charles II (1664) by Thomas lord Leigh to Thomas Smith gunsmith. of a cottage and Grange close. S and s. by lord Leigh.
T. Thos Allstree, Chas Duckworth, Mosez Robinson.

WOOTTON LEEK.  DR 18/1/1195  1665/66

27 by 12 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 1 March 18 Charles II (1665/66) by Thomas lord Leigh to John Eborne and William Rawlins, of lands called Holbrooke and Dingles in the common fields of Hill Wootton.
S. and S. by Eborne and Rawlins.

LEEK WOTTON  DR 18/1/1196  n.d

Contents:
Abstract of titles mainly relating to Leek Wotton

WOOTTON LEEK.  DR 18/1/1197  1669/70

Contents:
Lease of a cottage and yardland in Leeke Wottone, 21 Feb.22 Charles II (1669/70) by Thomas lord leigh to Moses Robinson. s and s by Moses.
T. Charles Duckworth, Wm Phipps, John Wigson.

WOOTTON LEEK.  DR 18/1/1198-1199  1671

Contents:
Lease 25 May 23 Charles 2 (1671) by Thomas, lord Leigh to Thomas Smith, gent, reciting a lease dated 23 Nov 1658 to Dorothy Smith of Bascot, and Thomas her son, of Wootton alias Crosse Grange with Green Grove, Crosse field and Partners. Seal armorial red. Two chevrons in chief a...... impaling a chevron between three...

WOOTTON LEEK.  DR 18/1/1200  1671

Contents:
Lease dated 25 May 23 Charles II (1671) of by Thomas lord Leigh, to Thomas Smith of CrosseGraunge, of Malins fields in Crosse Grange. s.amd s by Thomas Smith. Seal defaced.

WOOTTON LEEK  DR 18/1/1201  1671

Contents:
Lease dated 25 May 23 Charles II (1671) Thomas, lord Leigh, to Thomas Smith of Crosse Graunge, of the tithes of grain and corn in Leek Wootton. s.and s. by Thomas Smith.

WOOTTON LEEK.  DR 18/1/1202  1687

Contents:
Licence by Thomas lord Leigh to Mary relict of Thomas Smith, to take over a lease and agreeing to pay heriot. T. Wm Edwards, John Grimston. Seal armorial. A cross croslet slipped between four fleur de lis. impaling on a fesse between three martlets as many annulets. Crest, a hawk rising.

Wooten Wawen  [no ref. or date]

WOOTTEN WAWEN.  DR 18/1/1203  1569

Contents:
Confirmation by Frauncis Smithe alias Courte of Beley, for the security of the jointure of Anne daughter of Thos Coxe, whom he hopes to marry, to Walter Freckleton of Allesley and Edward Aston of Stonely fuller, of a messuage in Wooten Wawen.
Seal defaced.

WOOTTEN WAWEN.  DR 18/1/1204  1606

Contents:
Indenture dated 1 Nov. 4 James 1606, between George Smith esq., of Wootten Wawen of the 1st part; Sir Francis Smith knight, his son and heir apparent, of the second part; and Thomas Wolfesley of Wolfeseley co. Staffs. of the third part, settling the descent. Signed by Francis and Wolfesley.

Bedfordshire  DR 18/1/1205-1272  [n.d.]

Chalgrave  [no ref. or date]

Chalgrave co. Beds  DR 18/1/1205  1720

Contents:
Bond dated 15 Oct: 1720, by John Ashwell, and Robert Ashwell to Charles Leigh esquire, to indemnify against the £20 paid to Mary Gurney, widow.

CHALGRAVE; TEBWORTH ETC co. Beds  DR 18/1/1206  1806

Contents:
Recovery suffered in Michalmas term 47 George 3, Joseph Hill and Thomas Graham esquires demandants George Kinderley and William Domville gentlemen tenants and Thomas Leigh clerk, James Leigh Perrot esq., and James Henry Leigh esq., vouchees, of lands in Tebworth, Wingfield, Chalgrave and Hockley, Grovebury and Leighton Buzzard, Heath and Reach, Clipston and Stanbridge.
Examplification dated 28 November 1806

CHALGRAVE TEBWORTH ETC. co. Beds  DR 18/1/1207  1806

Contents:
Final Concord levied the Morrow of All Souls 47 George 111 (1806) between George Kinderley and William Domville gents. plt: and Thomas Leigh, clerk, James Leigh Perrot esq., and Jane his wife, James Henry Leigh esq. and Julia Judith his wife def: of 20 messuages etc in Tebworth, Wingfield, Chalgrave, Hickcliffe, als Hockley, Grovebury, Leighton Beaudesert, Heath and Reach, Chipstone and Stanbridge. Cons £800

CHALGRAVE Tebworth etc co. Beds  DR 18/1/1208  1812

Contents:
Recovery suffered Michelmas 53 George III 1812 Thomas Graham & William Bentham esquires plt; George Kinderley and William Domville ten. Thomas Leigh, James Henry and Chandos Leigh vouchees. of 40 messuages etc in Tebworth, Wingfield, Chalgrave, Hockley, Grovebury, and Leighton Buzzard etc.
Examplification dated 28 November 1812

Cranfield co. Beds  [no ref. or date]

CRANFIELD  DR 18/1/1209  1671/2

Contents:
Conveyance of the manor house of Washingley in Bourne End in Cranfield by Thomas, Lord Leigh and Charles his son, to William Field of Cranfield yeoman, 7 March 23 Charles 11 (1671/2) S. and S. by William.
T. Chas Duckworth, Wm. Phipps, Hen. Jephcott.

Leighton Buzzard  [no ref. or date]

LEIGHTON BUZZARD co. Beds  DR 18/1/1210  1431

13½ by 4½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Thomas son and heir to Robert Brame of Leyghtone Bosard, confirming to William Lee and William Garner, a tenement and 18 acres of land on le Churchlond, sometime William Cappe's. T. Robert Hycott, John Billytone, Thomas Heryck, John Hethe, Richard Nokys, and many others. Dated at Leyghtone, 26 Sept; 10 Henry VI (1431) Seal. A bird.

LEIGHTON BUZZARD co. Beds  DR 18/1/1211  1459

10½ by 4½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by John Cotiller of Leygtone, to Richard Southwode of Billyngdon, of a cottage in the fee of the provost of the Prebend of Letghtone, and lands in Leyghtone, Ekyndone, and Clipstone. T. Hugh de Billyngdone, sen: & jun:, Thomas Palmere, John Barbour of Lekende, and many others. Dated at ? 6 April 37 Henry VI (1459). Seal obscure.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1212  1465

11½ by 5 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by John May and John Barbour of Leyghtone Busard, to Thomas Aleyn of Slaptone co.Bucks, of all his rights in the tenemnt John Ryche held on the decease of his wife, née Fermays. T. Robert Rufford esq:, Hugh Byllyngdone, Henry Greselle, John Bernard, John Osse, and many others. Dated at Leyghtone Tuesday after St Andrew, 5 Edward IV (5 Dec: 14). Seals obliterated.

LEIGHTON BUZZARD co. Beds  DR 18/1/1213  1470

10¾ by 3 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Henry Lenard, John Blakfordby, and John Blount, enfeoffing Robert Brame, Thomas Palmere, and William Undell, in a tenement close and eleven acres of land, sometime William Cappe's and after held by Thomas Wirley vicar of Leyghtone, which they had by demise by Sir John Wenloke of Wenloke, knight, John Broughton, sen: esq:, and Thomas Rokys esq: T. John Belyngdone, John Marram, Thomas Furre, John Lane, John Turner, and many others. Dated at Leyghtone, 16 July 10 Edward IV.( 1470) Seals i.lost. ii. lost. iii A merchant's mark.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1214  1478

7 by 6½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Dincus Celler of Leighton Bussard, enfeoffing William Comyn, Thomas Comptone, and John Halfy in a tenement lying between that of William Heyner on the E., William Daungefeld on the W., which he held by feoffment of Richard Palmer, William Drever, and William Cleydone. T.John Belyngdone, John Gernard, Thomas Palmer, Robert Brame. William Reyner, and many others. Leighton, 2 Nov: 18 Edward IV (1478) Seal The letter T.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1215  1494

10½ by 3¼ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Letters by John Morgan, clerk, attorning William Lee an and William Garner to take seisin of a messuage next the churchyard of Leyghtone, called 'Cappis Place'. Dated 8 August 9 Henry VII (1494) Seal defaced.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1216  1498

12½ by 7½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Release by Nicholas Shynglehurst, bocher, and Joan his wife, relict of Robert Southwode, to John Southwode her son, of a tenement in Leyghtone.
Leighton, Dated 20 Nov. 14 Henry VII (1498) Seal obscure.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1217  1501

10¾ by 4½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Demise by Robert Newman alias Riot, John Davy, and Agnes his wife, to John Dangevyle, of a messuage lying between those of John Holendone and Dominic Celler. T. Richard Driver, John Esgooz, Elias de Draytone and many others. Dated at Leighton, on the feast of St Edward confessor, 16 Henry VII. Seals defaced.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1218  1505

9½ by 5 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Robert Newman alias Ryott, to John Elgare of half an acre in the field of Southcott, in the Lynchlade, and the Boremedowe, Thomas Broughton on the W. William Webbe on the E., the brook on the S.and the warren on the N. T. John Jarman, John Raynforde, Thomas Broughtone, and many others. Dated at Southcott, 23 April 20 Henry VII (1505) Seal lost.

Leighton Bussard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1219  1652

Contents:
- Conveyance of the same, 10 July 1652 by George Smyth of London gent to Christopher Leigh and William Robinson.
S.and s.by George .Seal.An Agnus Dei.
T. John Leigh, Wm Dale, Math: Edwalde, Geo: Carter.

BILLINGTON co. Beds  DR 18/1/1220  1568

13 by 10 in.

Contents:
Demise dated 28 June 10 Elizabeth 1568 by Thomas Halley alias Chambers of Laighton Bussard, Wollen draper, to William Turney; of the tithes of hay or grass at Billyngton, called "Fenne meade"; and "Somner leyes".
Seal S.F.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1221  1622

26 by 17½ in.

Contents:
Grant by Sir Thomas Leigh of Leighton Bussard to Edmund Bolsworth of the same, 20 May 20 James (1578) of a grant by Sir Christopher Hoddesdon his grandfather, to John Dogget and Anne his wife, of a mesuage and lands during their lives; at Leeke End in Laighton, which same Christopher left by will to preach two sermons yearly and for the benfit of thepoor, which is herby leased to Edmund. S and s by Edmund.Seal R.B. T. Hugh Symons, Adam Michel, Edward Hanell

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1222  1583

16½ by 10.

Contents:
Deed of Thomas Mylton, of Eton near Windsor, tailor reciting that Queen Elizabeth by deed dated 8 Nov.8th year, (1566) farmed to Sir Richard Reade kt, a rent of 6s 7d, late due to the Fraternitie of Layton Bussard, with the buildings and lands of the Fraternitie in Layton and Egintonfor 21 years, which he granted to Thomas Mylton and John Tudnam of the same place, and which Mylton has hereby assigned to Tudnam. 1 May 1583. S and s by Mylton. Seal defaced.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1223  1583

11¾ by 6½ in.

Contents:
Covenant dated 18 Nov.26 Elizabeth (1583), between Christopher Hoddesdon, citizen and haberdasher of London, and William Johnson of Wydford co.Glouc.gent. to carry out indentures made 14 Nov .last between Sir Walter Mildmay, Chancellor of the Exchequer, and the said William and Mary his wife. Seal A horse's head issuing from a crest coronet. T. Thos Smythe, scrivener, William Johnson.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1224  1584

21 by 14 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 3 Oct.26 Elizabeth (1584) by John Tudman of Windsor, talowe chaundler, to Christopher Hoddesdon, of the messuage called the 'blake boye' lying between the tenement of Edmund Carvylle of the Esat and that of Edmund Tudman on the west.with its lands etc. S and s. Seal a lion passant.

LEIGHTON BUZZARD co. Beds  DR 18/1/1225  1585

21 by 7 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 1 May 27 Elizabeth(1585) by Thomas Dudlye of Leyghtone husbandman, to Reynold Hollande of the same, innholder, of his meadow land there. T. E. Bolsworthe, Richard Saunders, Thomas Barton. Seal obscure.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1226  1585

27 by 27 by 22 in.

Contents:
Assignement 13 Sept.8 Elizabeth of a previous lease by the Dean and Canons of Windsor to Robert Christmas esquire, servant to Robert, earl of Leicester, of the manors of Grovebury, Leighton Bussarde and Studham, Stewkeley, and of which George Barne alderman and John Barne haberdasher both of London became possessed, and on Feb.9 17 Elizabeth, granted to Henry Jones the pannage, herbage etc of the same with the office of keeping the woods etc. at a payment of 13s.4d yaerly; and farmed to him their market and fair place etc fais [...] and markets in Laighton, at a rent of £13.14.4. and George with Alice Barneham of London, widow, Benedict her son, by indenture dated 26 August 21 Elizabeth, leased to Henry, ws wastes, estrays goods of felons etc. which Henry sold his rights to 14 March 1583 to Christipher Hoddesdon 6 Nov. 27 Elizabeth. S and s by Henry. Seal armorial.
On a chevron between three porcullises as many escallops T. Thos Smythe scrivener, James Saarle haberdasher, Rice Jones, Henry Feild.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1227  1588

31 by 24 in
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Assignment of leases by 19 Nov.31 Elizabeth (1588) by Christopher Hodeson, esquire, to Thomas Leigh of Stoneley, Thomas Spencer of Lincolne's Inne, esquire, Robert son and heir of John Spencer of Althroppe, Francis Roberts of Wilsden, and Edwarde Allam of Markehall quires. viz of the manors of Grovebury, Laighton Bussard, and lands in Byllington, Eginton, Clipstone Heath, the Rache, and Stanbridge, with the mills of Laighton etc. and courts and lands. S and s by Christopher. Seal armorial. A bend wavy between two horse shoes, a crescent for difference. T. Robert Goldynge, George Goffe, Jo.Marsh, Kon Mallowes.
Names of the free tenants on the dorse.

Leighton Bussard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1228  1588

11½ by 5 in
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Bond of Henry Attwood of Slapton co.Bucks, gent., to Christopher Hodgson of Leighton Bussard, 25 Feb.1588 to keep covenants. T. F.Bolsworth, Thos Wigge.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1229  1591

19 by 8¼ in.

Contents:
Lease dated 18 May 33 Elizabeth (1591) by Christopher Hoddeson to John Buckmaster of Eyton Brays of the 2nd part; and John Vaudon of Eyton, yeoman, of half a yardland in the fields of Byllyngton.
S and s Sealsi.R.V. ii.obscure.
T. Thos Angell, Richard Vernon, E.Bolsworth.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1230  1591/2

11¾ by 4 in.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of William Wygge of Twyford co.Bucks, to Christopher Hoddesdon of Leighton Bussard, I Feb.2 Elizabeth .to keep covenants. Seal.A bird on a nest S.V.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1231  1593

10 by 5 in.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of Thomas Davers of Ledborne, in Mentmore co. Bucks, to Christopher Hoddesdone of Laighton Bussard. 10 Sept. 1593. to keep covenants. T. John Faters, Anthony Puttenham, E.Bolsworth. Seal H.L.

Leighton Bussard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1232  1600

Contents:
Rental of Christopher Hoddesdonne, Esquire, renewed 28 July 42 Elizabeth (1600)

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1233  1601

12 by 4½ in.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of Lucy Harris of Laighton Bussard, widow to Christopher Hoddesdon esquire, 3 Sept.1601. to keep covenants. Seal An antelope.
T.F Bolsworthe, Thos Howe, Josias Allen.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1235  1606

11½ by 5¾ in.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of Robert Allen of Groveberye in Leighton Bussard, to Christopher Hoddesdon, 20 April 4 James (1606) to keep covenants.
Seal E.B.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1234  1605

11½ by 2 in.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of Thomas Clapham of Laighton Buzzard, to Cirstopher Hoddesdon 20 June 3 James I. (1605) to keep covenants. Seal I.B.

LEIGHTON BUZZARD co. Beds  DR 18/1/1236  1611

Contents:
Indenture dated 30 August 9 James 1 (1611) between Lady Elizabeth, widow and executrix of the will of Sir Christopher Hoddesdon, to Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh her cousin and heir to Sir Christopher, reciting that 13 March 40 Elizabeth, her husband leased of the crown, 3 acres in Egginton in the tenure of Richard Gurney, a tenement in the Corn-market, 7 acres of arable etc. which she asigns to Thomas. S. and S.

LEIGHTON BUZZARD (STANBRIDGE IN) co. Beds  DR 18/1/1237  1614

Contents:
Release by Edmund Bolsworth alias Bannester, of Leighton Bussard co. Beds., to Thomas Leyghe blacksmith, John Thode of Ledborne in Mentmore, Richard Standish, and George Burye, granting to Sir John Egerton Knight, son of Thomas lord Ellesmore, Chancellor of England, and Sir Frauncis, son and heir apparent of Sir William Leigh of Newnham. Thomas Marburye, and Arthure Maynwaringe of the Stronde near London, esquire the tithes of Stanbridge. 6 April 12 James 1. Seals. i. F.B. ii. Impaling a chevron between three escallops. Crest? iii. obscure. iv. An inescutcheon between six cinqfoils impaling v.....T. Thos Chamberlayne. Henry Frowick. Tho: Gresfeld, John Theds. Jefferie Price, Frauncis Peersoun, Edmund Bolsworth jun:, John Howes.

LEIGHTON BUZZARD co. Beds  DR 18/1/1238  1619/20

Contents:
Grant on surrender to Thomas Leigh knight, to Edmund Ashwell of lands in Leighton. 1 Feb. 17 James 1619/20.
Seal, a lion rampant.
T. Wm. Turner, Geo. Kaysar, Edm. Bolsworth.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1239  1621

11½ by 4.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of Francis Carlill of Wells co.Somt, gent.and George Price of Islington co.Middx to Thomas Leigh of Layton Buzzard co.Beds. 18 June 19 James I (1621) T. James Birche, Edm Bolsworth, Sam.Cotten, Robert Butler. S. and s. by Carlill and Price Seals broken.

Leighton Bussard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1240  1650

Contents:
Sale by the Trustees for abolishing rectories etc to George Smythe and hisheirs of the prebend of Leighton Bussard 2 March 1650.
S. and s. Inrolled 7 August 1651.

LEIGHTON BUZZARD co. Beds  DR 18/1/1241  1652

Contents:
Conveyance by release dated 12 July 1652, (lease missing, or detached) from George Smyth of London gent to Christopher Leigh of Stoneleigh esq., third son of Sir Thomas Leigh and William Robinson of Stoneleigh gent., of the prebend of Leighton Bussard, the prebend house and lands known as Dovehouse close, the Izland, the Vicarage orchard, the Parsonage hooke, and Kings Meadow hooke, and land in the common fields.
Signed and sealed: George Smith.
Witnesses: John Leigh, William Dale, Mathew Erwald? George Carter.

LEIGHTON BUZZARD co. Beds  DR 18/1/1242  1652

Contents:
Deed dated 15 September 1652 from Christopher Leigh esq., third son of Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh knight and bart. and William Robinson of Stoneleigh gent., to the said Sir Thomas Leigh declaring the uses in trust for Sir Thomas Leigh of the conveyance dated 12 July last [B.1401] of the prebend, prebend house and prebend lands of Leighton Bussard.
Signed and sealed: Chris. Leigh, Will Robinson.
Witnesses: J. Tracy, Charles Leigh, Tho. Clarke. Francis Granger by his mark.

LEIGHTON BUSSARD co. Beds  DR 18/1/1243  1652

Contents:
Declaration of the inheritance of the prebend house and glebe lands of Leighton, dated 12 Nov. 1652 between Sir Thomas Leigh, Christopher his third son, and William Robinson gent., of the one part; and Charles his second son of the other part.
Signed and sealed by Sir Thomas.
T. Tho: Flynt, Fra. Winton, Will. Dale, Tho. Whatcock.

Leighton Bussard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1244  1656

Contents:
- Release of prebend of Laighton 23 Sept 1656, by Sir Thomas Leigh of the Ist part; Christopher Leigh, George Browne of Radford Semeley esquire, and William Bromley of Bagginton esquire of the 2nd part; to Charles Leigh. of the prebend of Leighton. S. and s. Robert Holte, Mary Holte, Dorothy Pemberton, Timothie Walker, Rich. Hopkyns, Leicester Grosvenor, and others.
Sealsdefaced.

Leighton Bussard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1245-46-47-48-49-50-51  1656

Contents:
Grant for three months of freehold lands at Leighton, 20 Sept. 1656. as in last. (1245)
Counterpart of the above. (1246)
Release of the same. 23 Sept. 1656 to Thomas Flynte of Allesley, esq: and Fisher Littel ton of Radford Semely esq. to Charles Leigh. (1247)
Sand s. T as in 1409.
Counterpart. (1248)
Another copy (1250)
Another copy. being a release to of the Prebend. (1251)

LAIGHTON BUZZARD co. Beds  DR 18/1/1252  1670

Contents:
Deed Poll dated 6 December 22 Charles 2 of Sir Thomas Leigh, citing the grant by James Duport D.D. of the parsonage and prebend of Laighton Bosard with its lands and tithes, for the lives of Charles Leigh and Anne his wife and Alicia his eldest daughter, and the appointment of Samuel Ironsides, Francis Winton and Richard Doggett to give seisin. Giving power of attorney to John Geadon of Burbery als Burdingbury co. Warwick to take seisin of the said premises.
Signed and sealed etc by Sir Thomas.
T. Chas. Duckworth, Edw. Staney, John Wigson.

Leighton Bussard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1253  1685

Contents:
Deed Poll dated 18 March 1685 by Joseph Jeffes butcher, to Charles Leigh, of his rights in closes in Leighton Bussard.
S.and s.

Leighton Bussrad co. Beds  DR 18/1/1254  1704

Contents:
Lease dated 26 Feb. 1704, by Samuel Harris, parson to Lord Leigh, of the Parsonage of Leighton.
S.and s.

LEIGHTON BUZZARD co. Beds  DR 18/1/1255  1705

Contents:
Conveyance dated 21 August 1705 by Thomas lord Leigh of the 1st part; Thomas Wentworth of Wentworth Woodhouse co York esq. and George Watson of London esq., of the 2nd part; and Charles Leigh of the 3rd part. of the parsonage and prebend of Laighton Beaudesert.
Signed and sealed by Lord Leigh, Tho. Wentworth and George Watson.
Witnesses: John Jackman, Will Dale, Jo. Bromwick.

Leighton Bussard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1258  1724

Contents:
Lease dated March 28 1724, by the Dean and Canons of Windsor,to the Hon.Charles Leigh; of the Manor of Leighton Bussard. etc.
S.and s.

Leighton Bussard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1259-60  1730

Contents:
Lease from the Revd Edward Wake, prebendary of Leighton, to Charles Leigh, Lady Barbara his wife, and the Hon. Anne Leigh. 26 March 1730.
S. and s.

Leighton Bussard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1256-1257  1718

Contents:
Release dated 12 May 1718, by Edward Wake, Rector of Whethampstede,and Prebendary of Leighton, of the Parsonage there; to Lord Leigh.

Leighton Bussard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1261  1735

Contents:
Lease and Release 26 April 1735, by The Revd Octavianus Reynolds .Prebendary of Leighton, to The Hon. Charles leigh,Barbara his wife and the Hon.James Lumley; of the parsonage of Leighton.
S. and s.

Leighton Bussard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1262  1763

Contents:
Surrneder of Lease dated 19 July 1763 by Messrs Hayton and Welles to the Revd Octavianus Reynolds.
S.and s.

LEIGHTON BUZZARD co. Beds  DR 18/1/1263  1763

Contents:
Lease dated 30 July 1763, The Revd O. Reynolds to Messrs Hayton and Welles. for three lives. of the parsonage.
Sand s.

Leighton Bussard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1264  1764

Contents:
Licence to assign a lease to Lord Leigh from the Dean and Chapter of Windsor addressed to Messrs Hayton and Wells. 16 May 1764.

Leighton Bussard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1265  1764

Contents:
Lease dated 28 May 1764, from Francis Welles to Lord Leigh. of the parsonage of Leighton

Leighton Bussard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1266  1764

Contents:
Assignment of a lease of the Parsonage from Francis Welles to Edward,lord Leigh, 29 May 1764.
Sand s.

Leighton Buzzard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1267  1806

Contents:
Declaration of Trusts dated 6 Dec. 1806 respecting the copyholds after a recovery.
S.and s.

Leighton Bussard co. Beds  DR 18/1/1268-1269  1816-24

Contents:
Conveyance dated 8-9 Jan; 1816 by the Dean and canons of Windsor to the Revd Theophilus Leigh Cooke and Sir Hyde East of Stratford Place Marylebone kt. of the manor of Leighton Bussard. S.and s.Thos Hill Montimer, Fred: Aveling, John Dew Lucas.

Luton  [no ref. or date]

Luton co. Beds  DR 18/1/1270  1556/7

Contents:
Lease dated 1 March 3 + 4 Philip and Mary (1557-58) by the Fellows and Scholars of Trinity College Oxford to Robert Brewes of Luton,yoman, of th tithes of corn and sheaves of Luton.
Seal 1sot.

SHILLINGTON Co BEDS.  [no ref. or date]

SHILLINGTON co. Beds  DR 18/1/1271  1607/8

22 by 12 in.

Contents:
Copy Settlement dated 20 Feb. 5 James 1 1607/8 by Richard Francklyn of Willesdon co Middx esquire, to John Barnes and Frances Roberts of Neesdon esquires, and Barne Roberts gent. son of Frances, of the manor or farm of Apsley Bury in Shitlington, lands in Luton, to the use of Ellen Saunders sister of Richard, and the manor of Sellarne near St Albans.

SHILLINGTON co. Beds  DR 18/1/1272  1621

22 by 16.

Contents:
Settlement dated 1 June 19 James 1 (1621) by Sir John Francklyn of Wilsdon co. Middx. Knight. to John Page of the Inner Temple gent, and Edward Roberts of Wilsdon gent, of the lordship of Adwell, Ashton under Hill, Grafton and Beckford, and the site of the manor of Bennets, tenements etc. i.e. Shillington, Edgware, Hendon, Stichall, Corley, Barking, Eldersfield, Berrow, Pendock and St Albans.

Berkshire  [no ref. or date]

Ardington  [no ref. or date]

ARDINGTON  DR 18/1/1273  1599-1600

Contents:
Grant of the Manor of Ardington (blank) 1599-1600 by William, earl of Derby, Edward son and heir to Sir Thomas Stanley knight 2nd son of Edward Earl of Surrey and Lady Straunge, and Frances and Elizabeth, daughters and coheirs of Ferdinand Earl of Derby, to Sir Thomas Leigh.

ARDINGTON  DR 18/1/1274  1600

Contents:
Lease dated 24 Nov 43 Elizabeth (1600) by Sir Thomas Leigh of Stonely knight, to Robert, Thomas, and Richard Spencer, of the Manor of Ardington with its rights etc.
Seals 1. Quarterly i and iv A fesse between six seapies heads. ii On a cross five stars. iii. On a bend between two lions rampant...
Seal 11. On a fesse between six sea pies heads erased, a crescent. Seal 111. Lost.
T. Richard Litcott, John Spencer, George Hubbote, George Gosse.

Ardington  DR 18/1/1275  1600

Contents:
Lease dated 24 Nov. 43 Elizabeth (1600) by Sir Thomas Leigh to Robert Spencer of Oldthorpe; of the Manor of Ardington.
S. by Thomas with a eal of arms.

ARDINGTON  DR 18/1/1276  1601

Contents:
Lease dated 22 May 43 Elizabeth (1601) between Robert Spencer of Oldthroppe, Thomas Spencer of Claredon, and Richard Spencer of Offley, esq., of the one part; and Sir Thomas Leigh of the other part; of the Manor of Ardington.
Signed and sealed. Seals 1. Quarterly i. Quarterly ---- and a fret overall on a bend three escallops. ii A fesse ermine between six sea pies heads. iii. On a cross five cinquefoils. iv. Ermine on a chevron....., a crescent for difference. v. On a bend between two lions, wyvern. vi. Three lions passant. ii as last. iii. Out of a crest coronet a griffin

ARDINGTON  DR 18/1/1277  1601

Contents:
Lease dated 22 May 43 Elizabeth (1601) by Robert Spencer of Oldthorpe, Thomas Spencer of Claredon, and Richard Spencer of Offley, esq., to Sir Thomas Leigh of Stonely knight of the Manor of Ardington, with its courts etc.
S. and S. by Sir Thomas.
Seal of arms of Leigh.
T. Robert Mathew, Bar. Askew.

ARDINGTON  DR 18/1/1278  1606

Contents:
Indenture of Covenant dated 31 May 4 James 1, between Sir Thomas Leigh knight and Sir John his son, of the one part; and Edward Clarke esq., of the other part; releasing the Manor of Ardington.
S. and S. by Edward.
Seal. On a fesse between three crosses pattees as many roundels.
T. Thos Spencer, George Gosse, John Coedd.

ARDINGTON  DR 18/1/1279  1606

Contents:
Lease dated 31 May 4 James (1606) of the manor of Ardington
S. and S. by Parke.

Thatcham  [no ref. or date]

Thatcham co.Berks  DR 18/1/1280  1577

Contents:
Patent of Queen Elizabeth granting Richard Kni ght gent. the tithes of corn and hay of the rectory of Crokeham and Greneham in the parish of Thatcham, late the estate of the late monastery of Redinge.
Dated 26 March in her 19th year. -77 )
Part of Great Seal.

Bragenham  [no ref. or date]

BRAGENHAM  DR 18/1/1281  1806

Contents:
Recovery in Michaelmas term 47 George 3, Joseph Hill and Thomas Graham esquires demandants, George Kinderley and William Domville gentleman, tenants, Thomas Leigh clerk, James Leigh Perrot esq., and James Henry Leigh esq. vouchees, of the manor of Bragnam otherwise Bragenham.
Exemplification dated 28 November 1806.

BRAGENHAM  DR 18/1/1282  1812

Contents:
Recovery suffered Michaelmas term 53 George 3, Thomas Graham and William Bentham esquires demandants, George Kinderley and William Domville gentlemen tenants, and Thomas Leigh clerk, James Henry Leigh and Chandos Leigh esquires vouchees, of the manor of Bragnam als Bragenham.
Exemplification dated 28 November 1812.

Great Brickhill  [no ref. or date]

Brickhill, Great co.Bucks  DR 18/1/1283  1717

Contents:
Lease dated 16 April 1717, by Arthur Crabb of Aylerbury gent.to Robert Coatman,of the Leyes Great Brickhill, yeoman.
Paper

Lathbury  [no ref. or date]

Lathbury  DR 18/1/1284  1674

29 by 24.

Contents:
Lease dated Nov.1674, by Sir William Bromle of Bagginton,kt, to to Thomas lord Leigh and Elizabeth his wife, of divers lands in Lathbury
S and s. bt Thos and Elizabeth.

Lathbury  DR 18/1/1285  1674

Contents:
Indenture dated 27 Nov.26 Charles II (1674) between William Bromley of Bagginton, K.B. of the one part; and Sir Thomas Leigh and Elizabeth his wife,dau and heir of Richard Browne of Great Chart,of the other. granting lands in Lathbury.
S.and s.by Bromley.

Lathbury, Bucks  DR 18/1/1286  1674

Contents:
Conveyance dated 26 Nov. 1674 by Thomas lord Leigh and Elizabeth his wife,to daughter and heir of Richard Browne of Great Chart,co. Kent of the Ist part; Gabriel Roberts of London,merchant of the 2nd part; and Sir William Bromley of Bagginton K B of the 3rd part.of lands in Lathbury.
Not executed.

Lathbury co.Bucks  DR 18/1/1287  1677

Contents:
Deed to lead to the Uses of aRevovery of Lady Leigh's lands in Lathbury.25 Oct.29 Charles II (1677)

Mentmore  [no ref. or date]

Mentmore  DR 18/1/1288  1586

25 by20 in.

Contents:
Assignment of Lease dated 18 May 28 Elizabeth By William i) Chamberles of Richfeild co Southants gent to Christopher Hoddesdon of Laighton Bussard,of a lease dated 29 Oct,21 Elizabeth by Robert Dormer of Ascott v co.Bucks esquire to William viz of Grove farm and closes in Mentmore or Slapton. S and s by William. Seal A female's Head.T. Thos Smythe, James Stanley, Samuel Duddelsole.

Soulbury  [no ref. or date]

Soulbury co.Bucks  DR 18/1/1289  1818

Contents:
Lease dated 24 March 1818 by Edward Hanmer esq: to George Talbot esq: and others, of the hop garden in Soulbury.

Soulbury, Bucks.  DR 18/1/1290  1818

Contents:
Deed of Exchange dated 25 March 1818 between George Talbot esq .and others ,and Edward Hanmer esq: of lands in Soulbury.

Cheshire  [no ref. or date]

Great Budworth  [no ref. or date]

BUDWORTH,GREAT COMBERBACH in Chesire  DR 18/1/1291  1407

Contents:
Agreement for inclosing and dividing waster land in the manor of Comberbach in Chesire 17 October 1807

Little Leigh  [no ref. or date]

LEIGH  DR 18/1/1292  1318

8 by 3 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by John de la Launde of La Lee, to Roger de Edredeleye, of a plot of wste waste in La Lee, lying between land of Roger and that of Richard Cotis, and reaching from La Breche to the highway. at a rose rent. T. William de Blythe, John Schyl, Radulf Dreyng, William Fox, William Hert and others.
Dated at La Lee, Tuesday next SS.Simon and Jude.
12 Edward II ( 30 Oct: 1318) Seal lost.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1293  1638

Contents:
Lease dated 13 March 13 Charles (1638) between Robert viscount Killmorey and Dame Eleanor his wife, daughter of Thomas Dutton of Dutton esquire to Robert Lawrenson of Little Leigh, of the Lord's Field, etc.
S and S by Robert and Eleanor.
Seals lost.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1294  1661

Contents:
Lease dated 10 December 13 Charles 2 from Dame Elinor Viscountess dowager Killmorey of Dutton Co. Chester widow to John Barker of Little Leigh same co. yeoman of three half acres of land in Bradhay meadow in Little Leigh.
Signed and sealed John Barker.
Witnesses: Ralph Morhall, Peter Broomfeild, John Turpin.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1295  1661

Contents:
Lease dated 10 December 13 Charles 2 from Dame Elinor viscountess dowerger Killmorey of Dutton co. Chester widow to John Barker of Little Leigh yeoman of two closes known as the Heath Hay and the New Intake in Little Leigh.
Signed John Barker, seal gone.
Witnesses as in B. 1691.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1296  1661

Contents:
Lease dated 10 December 13 Charles 2 from Dame Elinor viscountess dowerger Killmorey of Dutton co. Chester widow to John Barker of Little Leigh yeoman of a messuage [Masons house] in Leigh near Barterton.
Signed John Barker, seal gone.
Witnesses as in B. 1294

LEIGH LITTLE  DR 18/1/1297  1665/6

Contents:
Lease dated 28 February 18 Charles 2 from Dame Elinor viscountess dowerger Killmorey of Dutton co. Chester to John Barker of Little Leigh yeoman of a messuage[ Town Gate house] in Little Leigh.
Signed John Barker, fragment of seal.
Witnesses: James Holforde, Ralph Morhall, John Turpin.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1298  1694

Contents:
Lease dated 25 June 6 William and Mary from Charles lord Gerrard baron of Garrards Bromley to John Cappar of Little Leigh yeoman of a messuage in Little Leigh.
Signed and sealed John Capper.
Witnesses: Thomas Pownall, T. Banner.

LEIGH LITTLE  DR 18/1/1299  1702

Contents:
Lease dated 23 April 1702. between Charles lord Gerrard of King's Bromley co Staffs and Thomas Done of Dutton co Chester, yeoman of a messuage in the lordships of Dutton and Little Leigh.
S. and S. by Thomas.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1300  1709/10

Contents:
Lease dated 6 January 8 Anne from William Berrington gent. son and heir of Thomas Berrington of Moathall co. Salop esq.,
Philip Lutley gent son and heir of Bartholomew Lutley of Lawton same co. esq., and Basil Wood of White Abbey same co. esq., Thomas Fleetwood of Bromley co. Stratford esq., and Frances his wife only sister of Charles late lord Gerrard deceased to John Worrall of the Hilltop in Little Leigh yeoman of a messuage and lands in Little Leigh.
Signed and sealed by the lessors.
Witnesses: Pe. Bromfeild, Hen Culshaw, Peter Davenport, John Johnson.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1301  1709/10

Contents:
Counterpart of 1200.
Signed and sealed John Worrall etc
Witnesses: Pe. Bromfeild, John Harefinch of Gorstidge, Cheshire, Peter Higgins of Hodnett co. Salop butler at Bromley.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1302  1709/10

Contents:
Lease dated 6 January 8 Anne from William Berrington and others as in B. 1696 to Peter Bromfeild of Little Leigh gent. of a messuage known as the Lower House then in the occupation of William Johnson and lands in Little Leigh.
Signed and sealed by the lessors.
Witnesses: Hen Culshaw, Peter Davenport, John Houlding, Phill Berington, John Johnson, Pe. Bromfeild, Nich. Fothergill.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1303  1709/10

Contents:
Counterpart of B. 1698
Signed and sealed Pe. Bromfield.
Witnesses: Mag. Berington, John Hawley.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1304  1709/10

Contents:
Lease dated 6 January 8 Anne from William Berrington and others as in B. 1696. to Peter Bromfeild of Little Leigh gent of a messuage known as Bromfeilds of the Well and lands in Little Leigh.
Signed by Pe, Bromfeild with seal.
Witnesses: Mag Berington, John Hawley.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1305  1709/10

Contents:
Lease dated 6 January 8 Anne from William Berrington and others as in B. 1696 to Peter Shingler of Little Leigh taylor of a messuage called Knowl house and lands in Little Leigh.
Signed and sealed Peter Shingler.
Witnesses: Peter Bromfeild, John Harefinch of Gorstidge, Cheshire, Peter Higgins of Hodnett, Salop, butler at Bromley.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1306  1709/10

Contents:
Lease dated 6 January 8 Anne from William Berrington and others as in B. 1696 to John Harefinch of Gorstage co. Chester yeoman of a messuage and lands in Little Leigh.
Signed and sealed John Harefinch.
Witnesses: Pe. Bromfeild, Peter Higgins as before, John Mouldsdale of Bartington, Cheshire.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1307  1709/10

Contents:
Lease dated 26 January 8 Anne from William Berrington and others as in B. 1696 to Thomas Harrison of Whitley co. Chester yeoman of a messuage known as Harrisons tenement and lands in Little Leigh.
Witnesses: Pe Bromfeild, Robt. Bromfield of Little Leigh, Thomas Millington of Acton, Cheshire.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1308  1709/10

Contents:
Lease dated 15 February 8 Anne from William Berrington and others as in B. 1696 to Robert Bradburne of New Street Lane co. Salop yeoman of a messuage known as Bradburns tenement and lands in Little Leigh.
Signed by the mark of Robert Bradborne with seal.
Witnesses: Pe Bromfeild, Robt. Bromfeild.

LEIGH LITTLE  DR 18/1/1309  1710/1

Contents:
Lease dated 6 January 9 Anne from William Berrington and others as in B. 1696 to Peter Bromfeild of Little Leigh gent. of a messuage known as Nooke house and lands in Little Leigh.
Signed and sealed Pe. Bromfeild.
Witnesses: Mag. Berington, John Hawley.

LEIGH LITTLE  DR 18/1/1310  1711

Contents:
Lease from the tenants of Little Leigh for maintaining possession and payment of their rents to the trustees of the late land Gerard
4 April 1711

LEIGH LITTLE  DR 18/1/1311  1711/2

Contents:
Lease dated 14 January 10 Anne from William Berrington and others as in B. 1696 to Peter Richardson of Croaley co. Chester yeoman of a messuage known as Burrowses tenement and lands in Little Leigh.
Signed and sealed by the lessors.
Witnesses: Pe Bromfeild, Peter Higgins butler at Bromley, John Johnson, Mag Berington, Mary Berington, Robert? Woodd, Ann Wenlock, George Scrivenor, John Dod.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1312  14 Jan 1711/2

Contents:
Counterpart of 1706.1311
Signed: the mark of Peter Richardson with seal.
Witnesses: Jonathan Nixson, Robt. Bromfeild.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1313  1720

Contents:
Lease dated 4 November 7 George from William Berrington of Moat Hall co. Salop esqre Philip Lutley of Ludlow same co esqre. Thomas Fletwood of Bromley co. Staffs esqre. and Dame Frances his wife, and Samuel Bowers of Dutton co. Chester gent, to Thomas Eaton of Little Leigh yeoman of a messuage known as Eatons tenement and lands in Little Leigh.
Signed and sealed by the lessors, all signatures and seals cut away
Witnesses: George Smith, John Hawley, Thos. Davis, Luke Hodgkinson.

LEIGH LITTLE  DR 18/1/1314  1722

Contents:
Lease dated 1 December 9 George from William Berrington of Moathall co Salop esquire, Philip Lutley of Ludlow same co. esquire and Lady Frances Fletewood widow to William Platt of Little Leigh yeoman of a messuage known as Maddocks tenement and lands in Clatterwick in Little Leigh.
Signed and sealed by the lessors.
Witnesses: Ed. Williams, Jacob Gandrell de Moat Hall, Jo. Baldwyn, Wa. Noel, Saml. Bowers, Luke Hodgkinson.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1315  1722

Contents:
Counterpart
Signed and sealed William Platt.
Witnesses: Saml. Bowers, Luke Hodgkinson.

LEIGH LITTLE  DR 18/1/1316  1724

Contents:
Lease dated 27 October 11 George from William Berrington and others as in B. 1709 to Robert Eaton of Little Leigh yeoman of a messuage known as Eatons tenement and lands in Little Leigh.
Signed and sealed by the lessors.
Witnesses: Nath, Wetenhall, Pe. Bromfeild, Jacob Gandrell, William Powell, P. Lutley, John Medlicott.

LEIGH, LITTLE  DR 18/1/1317  1724

Contents:
Counterpart of /1316
Signed and sealed Robert Eaton.
Witnesses: Nath. Wetenhall, Pe. Bromfeild.

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1318  10 July 1735

Contents:
Conveyance from Charles Fletewood of Gerards Bromley, Staffordshire, esq., to John Barefoote of Stannaway Hall, Essex, esq., of a farm in Little Leigh, Cheshire, occupied by Peter Bromfield

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1319  1 May 1736

Contents:
Lease from Charles Fletewood, Gerards Bromley, Staffs., esq., to Peter Bromfield of Little Leigh, Cheshire, gent., of messuage known as Bromfields of the Well, and another known as Worralls of Wooley Green, both in Little Leigh
Signed & sealed: Chas. Fletewood
T: Wa. Noel, Sim. Mountfort

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1320  24 June 1736

Contents:
Conveyance from Charles Fletewood,, Gerards Bromley, Staffs., esq., to Francis Dickinson, London, esq. and William Moreland of Court Lodge, Lamberhurst, Kent, gent., of the manor of Leigh in Dutton, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1321-2  1736

Contents:
Mortgage and counterpart by Francis Dickinson to William Moreland of the manor of Leigh in Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1323  1660-1737

Contents:
Abstract of title of the late Mr Fletewood to lands in Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1324  3 March 1737/8

Contents:
Defeasance from Charles Fletewood, esq. to the Hon. Charles Leigh, esq., of lands in Leigh and Dutton, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1325  3 March 1737/8

Contents:
Bargain & sale from Francis Dickinson and others to the Hon. Charles Leigh, esq. and others, of lands in Leigh and Dutton, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1326  3 March 1737/8

Contents:
Covenant between Walter Noel, of Hilcot, Staffordshire, gent., and Charles Fletewood of Gerards Bromley, Staffordshire, esq., concerning rents in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1327-1329  24 & 25 June 1745

Contents:
Lease, release and counterpart from John Barfoote, esq., to the Hon. Charles Leigh, esq., of lands in Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1330  23 July 1745

Contents:
Lease for a year from the Hon. Charles Leigh, esq., to John Franklyn, gent., of a messuage and lands in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1331  24 July 1745

Contents:
Agreement between Robert Lant, esq., and the Hon Charles Leigh, esq., concerning Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1332-1334  1 & 2 August 1746

Contents:
Lease, release and covenant from the Hon. Charles Leigh, esq., and others to Frances Welles, of the manor of Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1335  30 September 1747

Contents:
Agreement between the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh and George Wilkinson concerning the lease of cottages in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1336-7  14 December 1747

Contents:
Lease & counterpart from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to Thomas Speakman, of a messuage and bowling green in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1338  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to Thomas Speakman, of Bradley Meadow in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1339-1340  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to Mary Walmisley, widow, of Walmsley's Farm, Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1341  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to William Platt, of divers closes in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1342  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to William Platt, of closes called The Acres, in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1343  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to John Platt, of a cottage in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1344-1345  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease and counterpart from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to William Leadbeater, of a farm in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1346-1347  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease and counterpart from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to Charles Povey, sawyer of land in Bradley Meadow, Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1348-1349  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease and counterpart from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to John Martin, labourer, of a cottage in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1350-1351  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease and counterpart from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to Joseph Davis, husbandman, of a messuage and 3 acres in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1352  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to John Davis, husbandman, of a cottage in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1353-1354  ! January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease and counterpart from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to Daniel Nichols, husbandman, of Urmsons Farm in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1355-1356  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease and counterpart from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to Joseph Bowyer, husbandman, of farm in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1357-1358  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease and counterpart from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to Thomas Sotherne, husbandman, of twelve acres in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1359  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to Peter Bromfield, gent., of messuage and lands, part of Worralls, in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1360  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to John Horton, yeoman, of Horton's Farm, Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1361  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to Jonathan Hayes, yeoman, of a farm in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1362  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to George Chesworth, husbandman, of Chesworth's Farm, Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1363  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to Ralph Nixon, carpenter, of a farm in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1364  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to Hugh Burrows, labourer, of a cottage in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1365  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to Thomas Done, of Dutton, Cheshire, yeoman, of a 'Cheshire Acre' in Bradley Meadow, Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1366  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to John Copeland, of Dutton, Cheshire, yeoman, of a 'Cheshire Acre' in Bradley Meadow, Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1367-1368  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease and counterpart from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to Robert Whitley, of Dutton, Cheshire, yeoman, of Marsh meadow and an acre of Land in Bradley Meadow, Little Leigh

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1369-1370  1 January 1747/8

Contents:
Lease and counterpart from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to Thomas Lawton, labourer, of cottage in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1371  1 June 1748

Contents:
Agreement between the Hon. Charles Leigh and Thomas Lawton, labourer, concerning Taylors Yards in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1372  1 June 1748

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to John Wilkinson, of Cogshall, Cheshire, husbandman, of Yarwood's Farm, Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1373-1374  1 June 1748

Contents:
Lease and counterpart from the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh to Thomas Speakman, blacksmith, of a house and smithy in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1375  20 July 1748

Contents:
Bargain and sale from Francis Welles to the Hon. Charles Leigh, of the manor of Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1376  6 August 1748

Contents:
Agreement between the Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh and Peter Bromfield, gent., concerning the lease of lands in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1377  27 December 1751

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon, Lady Barbara Leigh, widow of Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh, to Samuel Johnson, yeoman, of lands in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1378  27 December 1751

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon, Lady Barbara Leigh, widow of Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh, to Peter Bromfield, gent., of a house called Nook House, in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1379  1746-1751

Contents:
Abstract of the purchase at Little Leigh, reciting deeds of 23 & 24 July 1476, 20 July 1748 and 27 December 1751

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1380  27 December 1751

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon, Lady Barbara Leigh, widow of Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh, to Peter Bromfield, gent., of the Well House in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1381  24 February 1752

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon, Lady Barbara Leigh, widow of Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh, to John Fletcher, of Runcorn, gent., of a tenement called Eaton's, in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1382  2 April 1752

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon, Lady Barbara Leigh, widow of Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh, to John Worrall, carpenter, of messuage and lands in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1383  19 October 1752

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon, Lady Barbara Leigh, widow of Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh, to John Tollett, yeoman, of lands in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1384  3 November 1752

Contents:
Case in Chancery between Thomas Pritchard, John Ward, Richard Hoare, Christopher Arnold, Matthew Lant, Charles Leigh versus Charles Fleetwood, Fulke Greville and others and also James, Duke of Hamilton and Brandon versus Davies Davenport, esq., executor of John Ward
Copy Order, on petition of mortgagees, for delivery of deeds concerning the manor of Little Leigh and other property in Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1385  8 December 1752

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon, Lady Barbara Leigh, widow of Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh, to Joseph Ormson, of Great Budworth, yeoman, of Maddock's tenement, in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1386  23 October 1753

Contents:
Lease from the Rt. Hon, Lady Barbara Leigh, widow of Rt. Hon. Charles Leigh, to John Done, of Dutton, yeoman, of lands in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1387  20 July 1754

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from John Barfoote, esq., to George Ayres

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1388-1390  29 April 1771

Contents:
Assignment by James Nelthorpe, Lynford, Norfolk, esq. to Edward, Lord Leigh and Rt. Hon. William, Lord Craven of charges upon an estate at Little Leigh, Cheshire, due to his late father
With bond to perform covenants, and receipt for interest

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1391  13 April 1807

Contents:
Fine between George Kinderley and William Domville, gents., plaintiffs, and Thomas Leigh, clerk, James Leigh Perrot, esq., and Jane his wife, and James Henry Leigh, esq., and Rt. Hon Julia Judith his wife, deforciants, of the manor of Little Leigh, Cheshire, with other property there

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1392  8 December 1809

Contents:
Assignment from Charles Townsend, esq. and others to the Rev. Theophilus Leigh Cooke, a trustee for the Rev. Thomas Leigh, of charges on Little Leigh, Cheshire

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1393  27 September 1822

Contents:
Articles of Agreement for the inclosure of a common in Little Leigh, Cheshire, called Bartington Heath

Little Leigh  DR 18/1/1394-1395  17 March 1829

Contents:
Lease and release by the trustees named in a marriage settlement of Mr & Mrs Fairclough, to Chandos Leigh, esq., of common lands in Little Leigh, Cheshire

Marston  [no ref. or date]

MARSTON  DR 18/1/1396  c. 1280

9 by 5 in .

Contents:
Grant by James de Lauda to Roger Baun son of Robert de la Le,for homage and service, of a virgate of land in Merstone,which Geoffrey son of Humphrey de Merstone held. T. Master Henry de Wysawe, Walter de Beleforde, Robert de Lauda, William Wolense, Symon de la Bache, Robert Juvene of Cliue, Ralph de la Bache, Augustine de la Wysawe, and others. Seal lost.

Derbyshire  [no ref. or date]

Hucklow, Nether Padley and Calver co. Derby - Hope Parish  [no ref. or date]

HUCKLOW, NETHER PADLEY & CALVER  DR 18/1/1397  1595

Contents:
Indenture dated 4 Nov. Elizabeth (1595) between Rowland Eyre of Hassopp co.Derby,gent.and Thomas Fitzherbert of Morbury co.Derby,esquire, reciting that Thomas by his deed dated 31 Oct.last, sold to Bowland, all the tithe of fruits etc, in Great and Little Hucklowe, Nether Padley and Calver co.Derby. and the honey hives and swarms of bees in the said county, which belonged to the Dean and Chapt er of Lichfield.
Which he hereby grants to Thomas. Seal R E
English 16 by 10 in.
T.E.S.Fisher, Rich.Barbone, Will.
Walters.
Enrolled in Chancery.

Norbury Co. Derby  [no ref. or date]

Norbury co.Derby  DR 18/1/1398  1587

10 2 by 7 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Cit of Zacharias Babington, vicar general of William bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, at the Visitation held in 1581, that the wardens of the church of Norbury, presented Sir Thomas Fitzherbert kt, 27 Oct. 1587.
S by Baington and J.Weston.

Norbury co.Derby  DR 18/1/1399  1720

13 x 11 in

Contents:
Pedigree of Fitzherbert Family of Norbury, 1087-1538, as used in the case of Crewe Ossley v Lord Leigh 6, June 1720

Devonshire  [no ref. or date]

Dunsford  [no ref. or date]

Dunsford co.Devon  DR 18/1/1401  1577-78

Contents:
Grant by Queen Elizabeth by Letters Patent 14 Feb: 1567-68. to Gilbert Swayle, of a messuage and 8 bovates of land in Overdunsford in the occupation of Ralph Robinson and a croft in the tenure of Will: Beck, and 2 bovates in that of Thomas Dacie with the seal in brown wax of the court.

Essex  [no ref. or date]

Aldersbrook  [no ref. or date]

Aldersbrooke  DR 18/1/1400  1597

Contents:
Confirmation dated II May 39 Elizabeth (1597) by Sir Thomas Leigh and Thomas Spencer of Lincoln's Inn of the one part; and Henry Bourghchier of Inner Temple and Ralphe Hall merchant of London.Of all the Manor of Aldersbrooke etc.
S.and s by Thomas (with armorial seal)

Orsett  [no ref. or date]

ORSETT  DR 18/1/1402  1682

Contents:
Indenture dated 17 Oct 1682. Richard Fluellin of Moreton co Salop gent., William Fluellin of Finchley his son, of the 1st part; Robert Hunt citizen and haberdasher of London of the 2nd part; and Charles Blount of London gent. of the 3rd part. being a covenant to levy a fine of a messuage etc in Orsett.
S. and S.

Orsett  DR 18/1/1403  1685

Contents:
Probate of will of Robert Hunt of Hackney dated 27 July 1685 proved 5 August following.
Cousin Mary,wife of John Cover.
Sister Mabell Merry.
Cousins John,Richard,and Francis Merry.
Daughter in Law Sarah Swannell.
Cousins William,John,and Elizabeth Croney.

ORSETT  DR 18/1/1404  1716

Contents:
Mortgage dated 12 Nov. 1716 by Robert Bedford of Coventry nephew and heir of Robert Hunt and Rebecca his wife, to Elizabeth Holbeche of Fillongley.
S. and S.

Gloucestershire  [no ref. or date]

Adlestrop  [no ref. or date]

ADLESTROP AND BLEDINGTON.  DR 18/1/1405  1552/3

Contents:
Letters patent dated 11 March 7 Edward 6 being a grant from the Crown for £1,492. 90.3½d to Thomas Leigh citizen and alderman of London of the manor of Catelsthorpe als Castelthorpe co, Gloucester late belonging to the monastry of Evesham and all titles arising therein, late in the hands of Richard Frytherne, and the manor of Bladington same co. late belonging to the monastry of Wynchelcombe, and an annexed rent of 17s. 6d. out of the manor of Adbnightley co. Salop.
Portion of Great seal in linen bag.
With receipt for purchase money attached.

ADLESTROP AND BLEDINGTON.  DR 18/1/1405a  12 Feb 1650/1

Contents:
Writ of summons from the Sheriff of Gloucestershire to named jurors, to hear a case depending between Dame Elizabeth Leigh, widow and John Fipps

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1406  1586

Contents:
Lease dated 20 July 28 Elizabeth from Thomas Cony of Basingthorpe co. Lincoln esq., and George Bonde citizen and alderman of London to Thomas Fretherne of Adelstrop yeoman of the scyte of the manor of Tatelstropp otherwise Athelstropp co Gloucester, except a meadow called Sydnam in the fields of Evenlode co. Worcester.
Signed Thomas Fretheren with seal.
Witnesses: William Sutton. Willm. Freman, John Vincent, Thomas Dadley, George Johns.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1407  1587

Contents:
Lease dated 16 April 29 Elizabeth from Rowland Leigh of Longborowe co. Gloucester esq., to Thomas Chamber of Hanburye co. Stafford gent. on the scyte farme and farme place of Addelsthrop als Catelsthropp in the parish of Broadwell co. Gloucester.
Signed Rowland Leigh with seal.
Witnesses: Thomas Fetherson, Anthony Lee, Thomas Winchcombe and William Treinder.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1408  1598/99

Contents:
Recovery dated 12 Feb. 41 Elizabeth, I598/99) Thomas Marbury esq ire pet:11 Roland Leigh ten: Thomas Leigh gent. & Edward Stubbes vouchee; of 3 messuages and lands in Bledington, Stoke St Edward, and Adelstrope.
Seal damaged.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1409  1599/1600

Contents:
Lease dated 18 February 42 Elizabeth from Sir Thomas Leigh Knight, to William Freeman of Adlestrop yeoman of the Sheephouse and two closes called Newbold close and Blundelles in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed William Freeman.
No witnesses.
With letter annexed from Rowland Leigh to Sir Thomas Leigh his brother.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1410  1600/1

Contents:
Declaration dated 27 January 43 Elizabeth by Thomas Marbury of St. Martins in the Fields co Middx esq., Rowland Leigh of Longborough co. Glos esq., and Edward Stubbes of the said parish of St. Martins in the Fields yoman, reciting the recovery mentioned in B. 1628 that of the lands so recovered one messuage, one toft, one dovehouse, 180 acres of pasture etc. lay in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed Rowland Leigh, Edwarde Stubbes
Witnesses: John Dixon noterie.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1411  1601/2

Contents:
Power of attorney dated 14 January 44 Elizabeth from John Amye of London doctor of lawe to Edmunde Chamberlaine and Thomas Chamberlaine esquires Anthony Mawchell and Henry Chilman gentleman to receive of Sir Thomas Leigh kt. Rowland Leigh and Thomas Marbury esquires, a lease of the scite farme place or capital messuage of Adlestrop and to make entry therein.
Signed and sealed John Amye.
Seal a fess, in the chief a demi lion.
Witnesses: Rich. Williamson, Raffe Chamberlaine, Cha. Gregory by his mark.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1412  1601/2

Contents:
Release dated 11 February 44 Elizabeth from Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneley kt. at the request of Rowland Leigh esq., his brother to John Amye of London doctor of lawe of all his interest in the site farm place and capital messuage of the manor of Tatelstropp als Catelstropp als Athelstropp als Addelstrope then or late in the occupation of Thomas Fretheren.
Signed and sealed Thomas Leigh.
Witnesses: George Gosse, Raffe Chamberlaine, Brain Wilton servant of Richard Wright notary.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1413-1414  1601/2

Contents:
Release dated 11 February 44 Elizabeth from Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneley knight, to John Amye of London doctor of law of the manor Tatelstropp als Athelstropp als Addelstrope.
Signed and sealed Jo. Amye.
Witnesses: George Gosse, Raffe Chamberlaine, Brian Wilton servant of Richard Wright notarye.
Seal, a fess debruising a lion rampant or a fess and in the chief a demi-lion rampant.
Crest, a cubit arm cuffed, the hand grasping an eagles claw.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1415  1602

Contents:
Bargain and sale dated 28 March 44 Elizabeth from Rowland Leigh esq., and William Leigh his son and heir and Thomas Marbury esq., to John Cowell doctor of lawe and Thomas Pope gent. of the farm and site of the manor of Cattelsthorpe als Castelthorpp als Tadylstroppe als Adylstropp, then held by Thomas Frethorne.
Signed and sealed by the grantors.
Witnesses: Raffe Chamberlaine, John Raynberd, Charles Gregory.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1416  1605

Contents:
Transfer of lease dated 20 March 2 James (1605) by Mary Chamber of Barton under Needwood co Staffs widow of Thomas Chamber esquire and Raffe Chamber gent to Rowland Leigh of Longborough, of the site or farm place of Addelsthorpe.
S. and S. by Mary. Seal armorial but obscure.
T. Rich: Bedell, B. Brown. Edw. Leith.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1417  1608

Contents:
Grant dated 17 June 6 James from John Cowell doctor of lawe and Thomas Pope of Staple Inne co. Middx gent. to William Leigh of Longborough co. Glos. esq., of the site of the manor and farm of Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed John Cowell, Tho. Pope.
Witnesses: Alex. Serle, Raffe Chamberlaine, Francis Hefman.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1418-1419  1614-15


Related information: Related document enclosed

Contents:
General Release dated 24 Feb. 14 James I (1614-15), by Isabella daughter of Sir William Whorwood, to William Leigh of Adlestrope and his heirs, of all her estates in Cloucestershire and Oxfordshire,etc.
S.and s. and sealed.
Seal A chevron between three bull's heads ,a crescent for difference.
T. Thos Collabar, Thos Middellmore.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1420  1618

Contents:
Articles indented dated 11 May 1618, between Richard Righte of Adelstrope and John Righte of the one part; and William Leigh lord of the Manor selling his copyholds in the manor.
S. and S.
T. Wm. Wever, Ca. Lloyd, Chas James, Middlemore Wade

ADELSTROP  DR 18/1/1421  1619

Contents:
Receipts in the Pells dated 27 April 1619 for exits out of the Manor of Aldestrope paid by Sir Nicholas Hill, knight, Thomas and Philip Langley.

Adelstrop  DR 18/1/1422  1629

Contents:
Lease dated 29 March 5 Charles (1629) by Sir William Leigh of Longeborough kt, to Oswald Tidnarshe of Addelstroppe, husbandman, of a messuage etc.
S.a by Oswald. Seal lost.
T.John Crosse, Richard Walter.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1423  1632

Contents:
Surrender dated 22 April 8 Charles from Sir William Leigh of Longborough knight to his son and heir William Leigh esq., of the manor and lordship of Addlesthrope als Catlesthrop Signed, William Leigh with seal.
Witnesses. Ger. Warmstrey. C. Townesend.
Thomas Wallter.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1424  1633

Contents:
Lease dated 29 Sept 9 Charles 1(1633) by William Leigh esquire, to Francis Vicars, taylor, of the manor house of Adelestrapp with Pasham's Sheephouse.
S. and S. by Francis. Seal lost.
T. John Chamberlayne, Rich Dowdeswell, Anthony Glase, Rowland Fretherey.

ADLESTROP AND LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1425  1637

Contents:
Letters patent dated 7 December 13 Charles granting special livery of all his lands to William Leigh esq. son and heir of Sir William Leigh knight deceased.
Portion of the great seal.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1426  1637/8

Contents:
Court of Wards and Liveries Hilary 13 Charles I (1637/38 William son and heir of Sir William Leigh v John James and William Cole concerning his seisin of the Manor, etc.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1427  1646

Contents:
Settlement dated 4 September 1646 previous to the marriage of William Leigh and Johan Pury, from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Thomas Pury of the city of Gloucester esq., Thomas Hodges of Shipton co. Glos esq., and Gregorie Wishire of London merchant, of the site and capi [...] messuage of the manor of Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed, Will Leigh.
Witness: Fra Mosde? notary public. Richard Res Thomas Clarke, Robt. Halford, Joseph Cooke serva [...] to the said notary.
Enrolled in Chancery.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1428  1650

Contents:
Lease dated 10 August 1650, by William Leigh esquire to Henry Neweman .mason, of a cottage and land called Fullwell.
S. by Henry. Seal lost.
T. Tho: Cradock, William Slatter, Thos Vickars, Walter Neweman.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1429  1652

Contents:
Settlement dated 24 Feb. 1652, William Leigh esquire, of the 1st part; Field Whorwood of Holton of the 2nd part; John Chamberlayne of Maugersbury, of the 3rd part; to the use of his sons Theophilus, Thomas, George, John, Joseph, Benjamin and Pury Leigh.
S. Seals lost.
T. Robert Clarke, William ?

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1430-1431  1652-3

Contents:
Deed of Trust dated 24 Feb. 1652-3 between William Leigh of the Ist part; Field Whorwood of Holton co.Oxon of the 2nd part; and John Chamberlayne of Maugersbury of the 3rd part. in settlement of the Manor of Addlestrope.
S.but seals lost.
T. Rich. Abbott, Wm Prettyman, Rich.Dowdeswell, Edm. (erell)

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1432  1653

Contents:
Lease dated 5 April 1653 by William Leigh esquire to Thomas Walter the younger, husbandman, of 2½ yardlands in Addlestroppe.
S and S by Thomas.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1433  1654

Contents:
Indenture revoking the Indenture of 24 Feb 1652-3 and granting to Theophilus Leigh two messuages etc in Addelstrappe and Longborough. 6 Sept 1654.
S and s. Seal lost.
T. Rich: and Chas Dowdeswell, Geo: Jeyne, Robt Clarke.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1434  1655

Contents:
Lease dated 10 Dec. 1655, by William Leigh, esquire to Thomas Tidmarshe of Adelestrope, of a messuage.
Seal lost.
T.Robt Hayward, John Blissett.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1435  1659

Contents:
Lease dated 20 April 1659, by William Leigh, esquire Walter Neweman,mason, of a cottage.
S.and s. Seal lost.
T. William Hastings, Thos Leigh, Geo Wrighton.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1436  1660

Contents:
Grant dated 1 Nov. 1 Charles II (1649) by William Leigh, esquire, to Elizabeth and Dyna daughters of George Leigh, of a messuage and coate [...] land
S.and s. by Elizabeth and Dyna seals lost.
T. Wm Leigh, Edw: Smalbon, Wm and John Batson.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1437  1660

Paper

Contents:
Lease dated 5 Nov. 1660, by Elizabeth and Dyna Leigh of Longborough,spinsters; to William Leigh of Adlestrope,esquire, of the messuage, etc. in the tenure of Coate Midwinter and Thomas Titmarshe.
S.and s.
T. William and Thos Bateson.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1438  1661

Contents:
Lease dated 20 June 13 Charles II (1661) [...] by William Leigh, esquire, to Thomas Hickes, weaver, of a cottage.
S.and s.
T.Wm Webbe, Rich.Eedes, Joane Widdowes.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1438a  1663

Contents:
Counterpart lease from William Leigh of Adlestrop to Richard Shaylor of the same, husbandman, for 14 years at £36 p.a. and suit of court of messuage and appurtenances in Adlestrop now in the tenure of the said Shaylor, together with 2½ yardlands and a coatland in Adlestrop, also in the tenure of the said Richard Shaylor

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1439  1664

Contents:
Settlement dated 17 December 16 Charles 2 from William Leigh the elder of Adlestrop esq., to John Chamberlyn of Mawgersbury esq. and Thomas Pury the younger of Taynton gent all co. Gloucester of the manor of Adlestrop and two messuages in the occupation of Edith Prue widow and Ralph Prue and lands in the occupation of Richard Shayler, revoking previous trusts, to the use of Theophilus Leigh with provision for his younger children.
Signed Will Leigh, Tho. Pury jun. Seals gone.
Witnesses: Edmd. Chamberlayne, John Leigh, Thomas Watts, Elias Gardner, Richard Dowdeswell, John, Tho. Symonds. Ben Burrise.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1440  1666

Contents:
Commission in chancery 18 July 1666 under the statute of charitable uses concerning the Heards house.
With interrogatories and depositions.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1441  1667

Contents:
Deed dated 20 April 19 Charles 2 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., and Joane his wife to Robert Hill of the city of Gloucester gent. to lead the uses of a fine being a settlement on the said Joane and her sons Theophilus, Beniam William, Cornelius and Thomas of the site of the manor of Adlesthrope als Adelsthorpe als Catlesthrope.
Signed: Will. Leigh, Joane Leigh. Seals broken.
Witnesses: George Greenwood, William Brome, [...] Deborah Hill

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1442  1667

Contents:
Lease dated 26 Dec. 1667, by William Leigh, esquire, to William Dadley of Cornwell co.Oxon, miller; of the mill of Adlestrope.
S.and s. by William. Seal lost.
T. Jermy Dadley, Tho: Newman, Tho: George.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1443  1667

Contents:
Lease 26 Dec. 1667 by Wm. Leigh esq., to Wm. Dudley of Cornwell, Oxon,miller, of the mill.
Signed by Dudley.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1444  1668

Contents:
Lease dated 11 Nov. 20 Charles II (1668) by William Leigh esquire, to John Compton of Stow in the Wold, mason; of a quarry in the Common Fields of Addlestrope.
S. by John. No witnesses.

Adelstrop  DR 18/1/1445  1671

Contents:
Lease dated 28 August 23 Charles II (1647) by William Leigh, esquire, to Robert Charles of Stowe, and Elizabeth his wife, of a customary messuage, etc.
S and s. by grantor.
T. Rich: Wells, David Querk, Thos Popey.

Adelstrop  DR 18/1/1446  1671-2

Contents:
Lease dated 29 Jan. 1671-2, by William Leigh, esquire, and Theophilus his son, to John Tidmarsh, yeoman, of a messuage and three yardlands.
S.and s Seal lost.
T. John Cripspe, Thos Walford, Rich.Shaylor, Geo.Atkins.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1447  1672

Contents:
Feoffment dated 10 September 24 Charles 2 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., Theophilus Leigh one of his sons and Thomas Hodges of Shipton Moyne co. Glos. esq., to John Crispe of Chippingnorton co. Oxon gent. and Richard Huggins of Staple Inn London gent. to make them tenants of the freehold for purposes of a common recovery of a messuage and lands called Bullicks etc. in Adelstrop.
With power of attorney to Richard Shayler and Thomas Pope to give seisin.
Signed and sealed John Crispe, Ri. Huggins.
Witnesses: John Crispe jun., George Ellys, Robert Merritt, David Querk, Edm. Marten, Thomas Pope, David Callard.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1448  1672

Contents:
Settlement dated 30 Sept 1672, between Theophilus Leigh of the Middle Temple esquire, and Elizabeth daughter and heir to Dame Elizabeth Craven, Thomas Chamberlayne of Oddington, and George Greenwood of Castleton, trustees. of messuages and yardlands in Addlestorpe

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1449  1677

Contents:
Lease dated 25 Oct. 1677, by William Leigh, esquire, to Sarah his daughter, of a messuage called 'Graingers' and a yardland called 'Badcocks'. etc.
Damaged.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1450  1679

Contents:
Lease dated 25th March 1679 by Thos. Chamberlayne of Oddington gent. and Geo. Greenwood of Chastleton of the 1st part. William Leigh esq. and Theophilus Leigh his son of the 2nd part and Edward Smith of Batsford yeoman of the 3rd part assigning the first named a messuage etc in Adlestrop.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1451  1679

Contents:
Indenture dated 25 March 1679, between Thomas Chamberlayne of Oddington, gent.and George Greenwood of Chastleton, co. Oxon, gent.of the Ist part; William and Theophilus Leigh of the 2nd part; and Edward Smith of Batsford yeoman of the 3rd part leasing to Edward the messuage late Thomas Pope.
S and s.
T. John and William Crispe, Robt Whitton.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1452  1679

Contents:
Lease dated 7 Nov. 1679 ,by William Leigh, esquire, to Thomas Bowle, husbandman, of a cottage, etc.
Damaged.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1453  1680-81

Contents:
Lease dated 5 Jan. I680-8I, by Theophilus Leigh of Lenchwick esquire, to Richard Shayler, yeoman, of a messuage and half yardland in Addlestrope.
S.and s.
T. Wm & Thos Leigh, Robt Whitton, John Tidmarsh

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1454  1680/1

Contents:
Lease dated 21 March 1680/1 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Alice Brawnis of the same widow, of a messuage late occupied by Christopher Brawnis and known as "Ricketts" in Adlestrop. Signed by the mark of Alice Brawnis.
Witnesses: Sarah Leigh, Robt Whitton, Charles

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1455  1682

Contents:
Lease 1 Aug 1682 by Theophilus Leigh esq., to Richard Shayler yeoman of a messuage and lands in Addlestrop. Signed and sealed by Richard.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1456  1683/4

Contents:
Lease dated 26 Jan. 1683, by William Leigh esquire, to Richard Haukes yeoman, of a messuage etc.
S. and S.
T. John Crispe, Martha Leigh, Thos Martin.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1457  1684

Contents:
Lease dated 20 Sept I684, by William Leigh, esquire, John Simonds, smith of a messuage etc.
S.and s.
T. John Crispe ,Thos Martin.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1458  1687

Contents:
Lease of a cottage to John Tidmarsh. 1st Dec Signed and sealed by John.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1459  1687/8

Contents:
Lease dated 2 Feb 1687/8 from Wm. Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Richard Hankes the elder same yeoman, of a messuage called Hubbers in Adlestrop.
Same witnesses.
Counterpart

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1460  1688

Contents:
Will of William Leigh of Adlestrope Dau: Sarah Wight, Dau. Elizabeth wife of Sir Gideon Hervey Poor of Longborough and Adlestrope.
Dated 30 April I688.
T. R.Freemen, Ri.Croft, Anne Morris

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1460A  1688-89

Contents:
Lease dated 28 March I688-9 by William Leigh, Joanna his wife,and Theophilus their son,to Walter Newman junior, of Adlesthorpe mason. of a cottage in Fulwell Lane.
S ,and s.
T. John Gardner, Robert Pike.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1461  1689

Contents:
Lease 9 Oct 1689 by William Leigh and Theophilus his son to Nicholas Day husbandman, of a cottage.
Signed and sealed by Nicholas.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1462  1689

Contents:
Lease dated I6 Dec, 1689 ,by William Leigh, esquire and Theophilus his son, to John Titmarsh the elder,yeoman, of the Bullocks.
S.and s. by the grantors.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1463  1689

Contents:
Lease dated 18 December 1689 from Wm. Leigh of Adlestrop esq., and Theophilus Leigh esq., his son and heir to James Woollams of the same taylor, of the site of a decayed cottage for building another on, in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed: James Woollams.
Witnesses: Elizabeth Freeman, Simon Mourby, Charles Hanslapp.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1464  1690

Contents:
Lease dated I4 July I690, by Theophilus Leigh, esquire, to Thomas Barker, butcher, of a messuage by the Mill.
S.and s.
T. John Newman,Simon Mourby, Chas Hanslapp.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1465  1690

Contents:
Lease dated 14 July 2 Will & Mary (1690) between Theophilus Leigh esquire, and Thomas Barker butcher, of a messuage in Addlestrope.
S. by Theophilus. Seal lost.
T. John Newman, Simon Mourby, Chas Hanslapp.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1465A  1690

Contents:
Lease dated I8 Sept.I690 by Leonard Brandon of Great Ilford co.Essex, merchant, and Anne his wife, to James Bawnish of Addlestropp, of a messuage and two yardlands
S.and s.
T. Simon Mourby, Chas Hanslapp.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1466  1693

Contents:
Lease dated I Sept. I693, by Theophilus Leigh esquire, to Thomas Walter junior of Adelstrop of lands there.
S.by Theophilus. Seal lost.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1467  1693

Contents:
Lease dated I Oct.I693 by Theophilus Leigh esquire, to William Dadley the elder,miller, of a meadow called 'Molders'
S.and s. by Theophilus .Seal lost

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1468  1694

Contents:
Lease dated 25 March 1694 from Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Richard Gardener of the same husbandman of a customary messuage and lands called Knotts, and another called Freemans or Longs, in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed: Richard Gardener by mark.
Witnesses: Elisha Farmer, Simon Mourby, Charles Hanslap.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1469  1694

Contents:
Lease dated 1 November 1694 from Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop esq., and Valentine Keene the elder of the same husbandman of a cottage and land in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed: Valentine Keene.
Witnesses: Simon Mourby, James Lawrence, Charles Hanslap.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1470  1697/8

Contents:
Grant dated 21 January 9 William 3 from Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop co. Gloucester esq., to Dinah Leigh of Westcott same co. spinster of an annuity of £35 issuing from inclosed grounds called Blondells, Great Oxemarsh and Fenacre in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed Dinah Leigh.
Witnesses: Edward Wake, Simon Mourby.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1470A  c.1700 n.d

Contents:
Incomplete terrier of the common fields of Adlestrop

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1471  1702

Contents:
Lease dated 30 October 1702 from Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Thomas Smith of the same shoemaker of a cottage then or late occupied by Charles Castle in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed: Thomas Smith by his mark.
Witnesses: Nich. Fletcher, Henry Fletcher, Samuel Herbert.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1472  1702

Contents:
Counterpart of 1471.
Signed T. Leigh.
Same witnesses.

Adelstrop  DR 18/1/1473  1705-6

Contents:
Lease dated 19 Feb. 1705-6, by Theophilus Leigh, esquire, to Richard Gardner of Adelstropp, husbandman, of a messuage etc.
S.and s.
T. Martha Beck, Henry Fletcher, Chas Hanlap.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1474  1705/6

Contents:
Bond dated 19 Feb.1705/6, between Richard Gardener of Adlestrop, yeoman,and Theophilus Leigh, esquire, to fulfil covenants.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1475  1705/6

Contents:
Lease dated 19 Feb 1705-1706 by Theophilus Leigh, esquire, to Richard Gardener ,of the Lower Hyde.
S.and s by Richard .
Seal lost.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1476  1706

Contents:
Lease dated Jan 1st 1706 of a cottage for three lives to Thos. Midwinter.
Signed and Sealed.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1477  1706

Contents:
Lease 1st May 1706 by Theophilus Leigh to John Scholer blacksmith, of a forge etc.
Signed and sealed by John.

Adelstrop  DR 18/1/1478  1706

Contents:
Lease dated17 Nov. 1706 by Theophilus Leigh, esquire, to Oswald Tidmarsh,maltster, of a cottage.
S.and s.
T. Henry Fletcher, Jacob French, Joyn Manders.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1479-1480  1707

Contents:
Lease 21st April 1707 by Theophilus Leigh to Nicholas Day of a cottage.
And Counterpart.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1481  1707

Contents:
Lease 25 Aug 1707 of a cottage to Alice Chicketts for 99 years.
Signed and Sealed by Alice.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1482  1708

Contents:
Lease dated 15 April 1708 by Theophilus Leigh to Anne Brandon the elder widow and Margaret her daughter, of a messuage and land, late James Brandon.
Signed by Anne.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1483  1708

Contents:
Lease dated 20 April 1708 by Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrope, esquire, to Francis Tapping, butcher, of a cottage and land late Alice Chicketts.
S.and s. Seal lost.
T. Thos Barker,Sam. Collier,

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1484  1709

Contents:
Lease dated 1 August 8 Anne (1709) by Theophuilus Leigh, to Thomas Walter ,yeoman, of two yardlands called Gardner's lands.
S and s. by Thomas.
T. John Marshall, Henry Fletcher.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1485  1709/10

Contents:
Lease of a house 14 Feb 1709/10 to Francis Tapping of Adlestrop, late Alice Chicketts.
Signed and Sealed by Francis.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1486  1710

Contents:
Lease dated 27 April 1710 from Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Hannah Tidmarsh widow of John Tidmarsh of the same yeoman who was son and heir of Joshua Tidmarsh, of a messuage and lands called Bullocks etc. in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed T. Leigh.
Witnesses: Tryphena Leigh, Henry Fletcher, Sam ? Collier.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1487  1710

Contents:
Counterpart of 1486
Signed Hannah Tidmarsh by his mark.
Same witnesses.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1488  1711

Contents:
Lease dated 10 Oct. 1711 by Theophilus Leigh esquire, to Emma his daughter ,of an annuity of £50.
Signed and sealed but cut off.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1489  1711/2

Contents:
Demise dated 1 Jan. 1711 by Theophilus Leigh esquire, to Emma his daughter, of close called Upper Hide and Langrett
S.and s but cut away

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1490-1491  1711/2

Contents:
Lease dated 2 Jan 1711/2 by Emma Leigh of Addlestropp to Theophilus Leigh esq., of the Upper and Lower Hide, Langetts, and Hide Meadow.
S. and S. but torn away.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1492  1711-12

Contents:
Redemise by Emma Leigh to Thoms Leigh esquire of closes in Adlestrope 2 Jan. 1711-12.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1493  1714

Contents:
Lease dated 13 May 1714 from Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Thomas Midwinter the younger of the same weaver of a cottage and garden then or late occupied by William Harris in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed, Thomas Midwinter jun.
Witnesses: Tho. Parsons, Thomas Midwinter.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1494  1714

Contents:
Lease 30 Oct 1714 by Theophilus Leigh to Elizabeth Newman widow, and Walter her son.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1495  1714

Contents:
Lease to Elizabeth Newman for 99 years of a cottage 30 Oct 1714.
Signed and Sealed by Elizabeth and Walter.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1496  1715/6

Contents:
Lease by Theophilus Leigh to Thos Minchin of a messuage, late Mathew Smith.
11 Jan 1715/6.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1497  1717

Contents:
Lease 13 Dec 1717 by Theophilus Leigh to Katherine widow of John Newman, and John their son.
S. and S.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1497A  1717

Contents:
Lease dated 13 Dec. 1717 by Theophilus Leigh esquire, to Katherine widow of John Newman and John her son and Mary Mary his wife. ,of a cottage .
S.and s
T. Robt Parsons Sam. Collier.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1498  1720/1

Contents:
Lease by Theophilus Leigh to Thomas Dadly, 4 Feb 1720/1, of a messuage called "Saunders" S. and S. by Thos.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1499  1721

Contents:
Lease dated 5 December 1721 from Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Charles Leigh gent. his youngest son of a messuage and land late John Shayler in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed Charles Leigh.
Witnesses: Robert Parsons, Sam. Collier.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1500  1722

Contents:
Lease dated 3 November 1722 from Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to John Newman of the same mason and Abraham Newman mason his son of a cottage and garden in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed: John Newman. Abraham by his mar:
Witnesses: Robert Parsons, Sam. Collier.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1501  1722

Contents:
Lease dated 3 November 1722 from Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Henry Hancks of the same servant of a messuage and garden then occupied by Anne Brownis widow or her undertenants in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed T. Leigh. This part detached.
Witnesses: Robert Parsons. Sam ? Collier.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1502  1722

Contents:
Counterpart of 1501
Signed. Henry Hancks by mark.
Same witnesses.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1503  1723

Contents:
Lease dated 13 April 1723 from Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Edward Bartlett of the same carpenter of a cottage and garden formerly Thomas Walker in Adlestrop.
Signed by the mark of Edward Bartlett with seal.
Witnesses: Martha Hanks, Sam. Collier.

ADLESTROP AND BROADWELL.  DR 18/1/1504  1723

Contents:
Surrender dated 20 November 1723 from Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to William Leigh of St. Martins in the Fields co. Middx, esq., of lands particularized in Adlestrop and of the advowson of the parish church of Broadwell with the chapel of Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed T. Leigh.
Witnesses: Robert Parsons, Jno. Tyrer clerk to M. Mander of Toddenham.

Adelstrop  DR 18/1/1505  1724

Contents:
Lease dated 6 August 1724 by Anne Brandis of Great Ilford co. Essex,widow to Thomas Brandis,yeoman. of a messuage.
S.and s. by Thomas.
T. Anthony Parsons Chas Leigh.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1506  1724

Contents:
Lease dated 21 September 1724 from Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Ann Leigh spinster his youngest daughter of a messuage and lands called Bullocks etc. formerly leased to Hannah Tidmarsh widow in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed, Anne Leigh.
Witnesses: Robert Parsons, Martha Hanks, John Weston.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1507  1724

Contents:
Lease dated 22 Oct. 1724 by Theophilus Leigh esq. to Richard Hawkes the elder. Surrendered in 1775.
S. and S.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1508  1724

Contents:
Lease dated 22 October 1724 from Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop esq to Richard Hankes the elder of the same yeoman of a messuage and lands known as Hubbers.
Signed by the mark of Richard Hankes sen. with seal.
Witnesses: Richard Hankes jun. by mark, Richard Shayler, Nic Harbach.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1509  1724/5

Paper.

Contents:
Lease dated 9 February 1724/5 from Theophilus Leigh esq., to Thomas Smith shoemaker both of the town of Adlestrop of a cottage in the west end of the town.
Signed Thomas Smith by his mark.
Witnesses: Thomas Leigh, Robert Parsons.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1510  1734

Contents:
Lease dated 25 March 1734 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to John Winter of the same yeoman of a messuage and garden formerly Elizabeth Gardner widow in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed Wm. Leigh.
Witnesses: The. Leigh, Tho. Mander.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1511  1734

Contents:
Counterpart of 1510
Signed John Winter.
Same witnesses.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1512  1734

Contents:
Lease dated 10 Sept 1734, by William Leigh, esquire, to William Sanders of Bleddington co. Gloucester, for 90 years, of the corn mills.
S.and s.
T. Thos Carter, Tho.Mander.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1513  1734

Contents:
Lease dated 10 Sept 8 George 11 (1734) by William Leigh esquire to William Saunders of Bleddington, gent. of the corn or grist mills.
S. and S. by William.
T. Tho. Carter, Tho. Mander.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1514  1735

Contents:
Lease dated 24 June 1735, by William Saunders to John Perrin of Donnington co.Gloucester, of the corn or grist mills.
S.and s by Saunders.
Seal,armorial, Ermine in chief two lions masks Crest?
T.Thos Hagr,Sam.Perrin.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1515  1736/7

Contents:
Lease dated 16 Feb 10 George II ( 1736-7) by William Leigh esquire to Mary his daughter; of a messuage and two yardlands in Addlesthrope.
S and s but torn away.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1516-1517  1737

Contents:
Assignment dated 25 March 1737, by Samuel Perrin Suannah Perrin of Northlatch co.Clouc.spinster,executrix of the will of John Perrin, wever, and Hannah her sister, to Richard Saul of Oddington, yeoman.
S.and s by Susannah.
T.Edm.Pembruge, Charles Higgs.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1518  1737

Contents:
Mortgage dated 11 April 1737, by Richard Saul of Upper Oddington co.Gloucester yeoman, to Catherine Hale of Chipping Campden,widow, of the mills.
S,and s. by Richard.
T. Chas Higgs, Anthony Reade.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1519  1740

Contents:
Assignment of lease dated 1 July 1740, by Richard Saul to Mrs Catherine Hale. of the mill.
S.and s.
T. Edm: Pembruge, Chas Higgs.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1520  1741

Contents:
Lease dated 17 November 1741 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq. to Thomas Eden of the same place servant of the reversion on the death of Elizabeth Day widow of a cottage called Coles formerly occupied by Nicholas Day in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed William Leigh.
Witnesses: Tho. Carter, Tho. Mander.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1521  1741

Contents:
Counterpart of 1520
Signed Thomas Eden.
Same witnesses.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1522  1744

Contents:
Lease dated 13 July 1744, by Catherine Hale of Chipping Campden,widow, to Edward Cudd of Adlestrope, miller, of the corn mill.
Seal lost.
T. Tho: Fletcher, Edm. Pembruge. John & Robt Newman.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1523  1745

Contents:
Assignment dated 5 March 1745, by Catherine Hale of Cutsdean,widow, to William Williams of Ford, yeoman. of the corn mill.
S.and s.
T. J.Whithorne, Mary Numan.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1524  1748

Contents:
Lease dated 16 (blank) 1748 by William Leigh of Addlestroppe, to William his son a reversion of lands on the death of Ann Brandon of Great Ilford, widow, and her daughters Ann and Margaret.
Not executed.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1525-1526  1756; 1761

Contents:
Lease dated 8 June 1756 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Francis Harris of the same labourer of a cottage and garden formerly Elizabeth Newman in Fulwells Lane, in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed William Leigh.
Witnesses: Tho. Carter, James Dodd.
Enclosed with this deed is the following:-
Surrender dated 1 June 1761 from Francis Harris to James Leigh esq., of the same premises to allow a regrant by copy of court ritt.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1527  1756

Contents:
Counterpart of 1525
Signed Francis Harris by his mark.
Same witnesses.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1528  1758

Contents:
Lease dated 17 March 1758 from James Leigh of Adlestrop esq. and Thomas Leigh gentleman a demy of Maydalen College Oxford his youngest brother of the reversion on the death of Cassandra Wight of Blakesly co. Northants widow of a messuage and lands called Thomas and lands called Blundells etc. in Adlestrop.
Signed James Leigh. Armorial seal.
Witnesses: Tho. Mander, Thos. Townsend.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1529  1758

Contents:
Lease dated 17 March 1758 from James Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Thomas Leigh gent a demy of Magdalen College Oxford, his youngest brother of the reversion on the death of Cassandra Wight of Blackesley co. Northants widow of messuages and lands called Thomas, Blundells, Hawkins and Richards in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed Tho. Leigh.
Witnesses: Tho. Mander, Thos. Townsend.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1530  1758

Contents:
Lease dated 17 March 1758 from James Leigh of Adlestrop esq to Elizabeth Leigh spinster his sister of the reversion on the death of Thomas Leigh clerk to a messuage and lands called Bullocks etc. in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed Elizabeth Leigh.
Witnesses: Tho. Carter, Tho. Mander.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1531  1759

Contents:
Indenture dated 1 Feb. 1759, between James Leigh esquire, of the Ist part; William his brother of the 2nd part; Thomas heir brother of the 3rd part; Theophilus Leigh D.D of Balliol College Oxford their uncle, of the 4th part; Thomas Leigh of Harding clerk, of the part; his brother; James Leigh Perrot esquire of Northleigh co. Oxon of the 6th part; and Charles Leigh of Llanwarne of the 7th part. Covenanting with James Leigh to rebuild the Manor House of Adlestrope.
S.and S. Seals armorial.
T. Thos Carter, John Prior, Thos Winter, Ben. Parry,

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1532  1759

Contents:
Articles between Thos and Sam Collett for building a house at Adlestrop. 2 March 1759.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1533  1760

Contents:
Lease dated 14 April 1760 from James Leigh of Adlestrop esq., and Elizabeth Midwinter of the same widow of a cottage and garden late William Williams in Adlestrop.
Signed Elizabeth Midwinter by her mark, with seal.
Witnesses: Jas. Payne, Thos Winter.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1534-1535-1536  1763

Contents:
Lease dated 13 August 1763 from James Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Edmund Chamberlayne of Maugersbury co. Gloucester esq., and Thomas Leigh of Adlestrop clerk in trust for Anne Leigh, wife of Charles Leigh of Llanwarn co. Hereford clerk, of a messuage and lands formerly Shaylors in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed by the parties.
Witnesses: Emma Chamberlayne, Robt Chamberla Thos. Carter.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1537-1538  1764; 1768

Contents:
Lease dated 13 February 1764 from James Leigh of Adlestrop esq., and Thomas Leigh of the same place clerk his brother of a plot of ground late William Simmonds between the Parsonage House and Corn Green in Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed: James Leigh, Thomas Leigh.
Witnesses: Robert Chamberlayne, Thos. Winter.
Enclosed is the following.
Plan of the ground certified at a Court Baron of James Leigh esq. lord of the manor of Adlestrop held 9 April 1768.

Adlestrop  DR 18/1/1539  1768

Contents:
Licence to James Leigh, esquire, to inclose a road from the Water Stone to the house of Joseph Hanks 28 May 1768 with the Inquisition concerning the same etc.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1540  1776

Contents:
Mortgage dated 5 November 1776 by demise from the Duke of Chandos, Lady Caroline Leigh and Thomas Leigh and others to Robert Thistlethwayte esq., of lands in Adlestrop for £1301. 6s. 8d. and obtaining an Act of Parliament to confirm the same.
Signed and sealed by the parties.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1541  1776

Contents:
Counterpart of 1540
Signed and sealed by the parties.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1542-1543  1776

Contents:
Grant dated 10 December 1776 from the Revre. Thomas Leigh clerk rector of Broadwell and Richard Davis of Brookend in Chastleton co. Oxford yeoman only surviving commissioner for the inclosure of Adlestrop to William Berman of Adlestrop yeoman reciting the Inclosure Act of 1775 and the loan by Berman of £400 to be used by the rector for making interior fences, erecting buildings etc. on his allotment, of an annuity of £21 a year for 40 years issuing out of the rectory of Broadwell.
Signed and sealed by the parties.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1544  1790

Contents:
Lease dated 10 Sept 1790 by Theophilus Leigh esquire, toJohn Newman, weaver, of a messuage in Addlestroppe S.and s Theophilus. Seal lost.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1545-1546  1799

Contents:
Certificate dated 10 August 1799 of contract for redemption of land tax by James Henry Leigh esq., on several messuages and about 1085 acres of land in Adlestrop.

ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1547  1799

Contents:
Certificate dated 10 August 1799 of contract for redemption of land tax by Lady Caroline Leigh on about 33 acres of land etc. in occupation of John Shaylor in Adlestrop.

ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1548  1848

Contents:
Covenant dated 11 Sept 1848 by the Oxford Worceste and Wolverhampton Railway Coy. with Chandos Lord Leigh and William Henry Leigh esq., to provide accomodation works or the sale to them of lands at Adlestrop.
Sealed by the Company.

Bledington  [no ref. or date]

BLEDINGTON.  DR 18/1/1549  1587

Contents:
Lease dated 4 May 29 Elizabeth from Thomas Cony esq., citizen and mercer of London and George Bonde citizen and alderman of London with the consent of Rowland Leigh esq., to whom the reversion of the manor belonged, to Robert Hatheway of Bledington husbandman of the Hall close otherwise Court close and a cottage called snowes in Bledington.
Apparently unsigned, but sealed.
Witnesses names: Thomas Parry, Walter Robynson, Robert Dickes.

Bledington  DR 18/1/1550  1598

Contents:
Bargain and Sale dated 3 August 40 Elizabeth (1598) by Thomas Marbury of St Martin in the Fields esquire,to John Symmonds of Lonborough,of the site of the Manor and farm of Bledington.
T.John Dixon, Thos Wylly, John Pathynson.

BLEDINGTON, MAUGERSBURY AND ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1551  1598

Contents:
Feoffment dated 11 August 40 Elizabeth from John Symons to Hugh Wynnyngton of Armitage co Chester esq., and Edward Stubbes of St. Martins in the Fields co. Middx yeoman of the site of the manor of Bledington, the farm called Mawgersbury farme in the parish of Stowe le Owlde als Stowe St. Edwardes and the farm called Adelsthropp als Catelsthropp farme all co. Glos.
Signed and sealed. Seal IR.
Witnesses to livery of seisin:
Wylliam Trinder yeoman of Stow, Edmonde Collett wever in Stowe by his mark, and Thomas Willy ser.

BLEDINGTON, MAUGERSBURY AND ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1552  1598

Contents:
Quitclaim dated 16 August 40 Elizabeth from Roland Leigh of Longborough esqre. to Hugh Wynnyngton of Armitage co. Chester esq., and Edward Stubbs of St. Martins in the Fields co. Middx yeoman of all his interest in the properties described in 1551.
Signed Rowland Leigh. Seal and tag torn away.
Witnesses: John Dixon noterie and John Pattynson servant to the said noterie.
Memorandum of livery of seisin witnessed by Wyllyam Trinder of Stow yoman, Edmond Collett wever in Stowe by his mark, John Simons.

BLEDINGTON MAUGERSBURY AND ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1553  1598

Contents:
Power of attorney dated 16 August 1598 from Rouland Leigh of Longborough esq., reciting to Thomas Wylly citizen and letherseller of London to give seisin of the lands therein released.
Signed and sealed Rowland. Leigh.
Same witnesses.
Rubbed at fold.

BLEDINGTON MAUGERSBURY AND ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1554  1598/9

Contents:
Agreement dated 22 January 41 Elizabeth between Thomas Marbury of St Martins in the Fields co. Middx esq., Rouland Leigh of of Longborough co Glos esq., Thomas Leigh gent. son and heir of Rowland Leigh and Edward Stubbes of St Martins in the Fields yeoman leading the uses of a recovery to be suffered of the properties described in 1551.
Signed and sealed Tho. Marburye, Rowland Leigh
Witnesses: John Dixon notarie, Symon Mawnde, John Simons.

BLEADINGTON MAUGERSBURY AND ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1555  1598/9

Contents:
Counterpart of
Signed Rowland Leigh, Thomas Leigh, Edwarde Stubbes.
Same witnesses, with the addition of John Pattynson servant to the said noterie.

BLEDINGTON MAUGERSBURY AND ADLESTROP.  DR 18/1/1556  1598/9

Contents:
Quitclaim dated 5 February 41 Elizabeth from Hugh Wynnyington of Armitage co. Chester esq., to Edward Stubbes of St Martins in the Fields co. Middx reciting 1551 of all his interest in the properties described therein.
Signed Hu. Wynyngton. Seal an inescutcheon within an orle of martlets.
Witnesses: Francis Winyington, Peter Eaton, Hugh Walker by his mark.

BLEDINGTON MAUGERSBURY AND ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1557  1598/9

Contents:
Bargain and sale dated 9 February 41 Elizabeth from Edward Stubbes of St. Martins in the Fields co. Middx. yoman to Rouland Leigh of Longborough co. Glos. esq., of the properties described in .
Signed and sealed Edwarde Stubbes.
Witnesses: John Dixon notarie and John Pattynson and Hughe Osborne servants to the said notarie.
Enrolled in Chancery.

BLEDINGTON  DR 18/1/1558  1624

Contents:
Bargain and sale dated 3 May 22 James 1 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq and Elizabeth his wife to William Lord of Bladington yeoman, of the water griste mill and land in Bladington als Bledington.
Signed and sealed William Lord.
Witnesses: William Chadwell, John Johnsone, Thomas Ager, Will Steyte [Richar]d Dadley by his mark,.......... By his mark.
Worn at one fold.

Broadwell  [no ref. or date]

BROADWELL  DR 18/1/1559-1560  1779

Contents:
Assignment of a Term of 500 years under the will of Henry Danvers Doughty Hodges esquire; by John Scott esquire to Egerton Leigh esquire. 1779.

BROADWELL.  DR 18/1/1561  1799

Contents:
Conveyance dated 29 October 1799 from the Revd. Thomas Leigh rector of Broadwell, with the assent of William Lord Auckland and Sylvester Douglas esq. two of the commissioners under the Act for Redemption of Land Tax to Elizabeth Leigh of Adlestrop spinster, endorsed to be in trust for Thomas Leigh of certain annual money payments charged and lands in Broadwell.
Signed and sealed by the parties.

Churchdown  [no ref. or date]

CHURCHDOWN  DR 18/1/1562-1563  1650

Contents:
Lease dated 18 March, by William Leigh esquire, to John Chamberlayne of Maugersbury, of the manors of Churchdowne, Hucklecote and Parton.
S. and S.
T. Thos Leigh, Walter White.
Another dated 22 March 1650.

Longborough  [no ref. or date]

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1563a  1326

Contents:
Mandate of Thomas bishop of Worcester, confirming to the vicar and wardens of the church of Longborough, two virgates of land in Adlestrope to support a lamp to burn in the chancel of the said church Latin. 1326

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1564  June 1547

Contents:
Letters Patent of Edward VI, being a Licence to Edmund Harmor, gent. to alienate to William Cokerell the tenements and 9 dovecotes, in Longborough, Gloucestershire, now or formerly in the tenure of William Cokerell and which formerly belonged to the monastery of Bruerne in the Country of Oxford. William is to hold from the King and his successors for the services owed therefrom since the Conquest, in perpetuity.
Fine paid, 6s 4d
Great seal, broken

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1565  1571

Contents:
Lease dated 12 November 13 Elizabeth from Sir Thomas Leigh knight alderman of the city of London to Edward Baber of Lincolns Inne esq., Thomas Conye citizen and mercer of London and George Bonde citizen and haberdasher of London, after his death of the manors of Longeborowe, Mawgesbery, Bledington and Catelsthorpp als Adlesthorpe to be determined on the death of Rowland Leigh without heir male or on such heir reaching the age of 21 years.
Signed and sealed Thomas Leygh.
Witnesses: Henr. Johnes, Roger Vicars.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1566  1571

Contents:
Counterpart of 1565
Signed Edward Baber, Thomas Conye, George Bonde.
No. witnesses.

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1567  1571

Contents:
Covenant dated 13 November 13 Elyzabeth from Edward Baber of Lyncolns Ynne esq., Thomas Conye citizen and mercer of London and George Bonde citizen and haberdasher of London to Sir Thomas Leigh knight alderman of the city of London in performance of the true intent of /1565, to assign over to such child of the said Sir Thomas Leigh as might be appointed by his executors the remainder of their lease of the manors of Longborough, Maugersbury, Bledington and Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed: Edward Baber, Thomas Conye, George Bonde.
No witnesses.

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1568  1571

Contents:
Counterpart of 1567
Signed Thomas Leygh.
Witnesses: Henr. Johnes, Roger Vicars.

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1568A  1572

Contents:
Copy of the Inquisition post mortem on Sir Thomas Leigh kt alderman of London. 24 Oct. 1572.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1569-1570  1578/9

Contents:
Feoffment of the Manor of Longborough,Thomas Coney of Basingthorpe co Lincoln,esquire,and George Bond, alderman and sheriff of London, reciting that Sir William Cordell,knight, and Dame Alice Leigh,widow of Sir Thomas Leigh,and executors of his will, desiring them to assign to Rowland son of Sir Thomas,the said lordship. date left blank ? Elizabeth.

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1571  1583

Contents:
Agreement dated 31 May 25 Elizabeth between Dame Alice Leigh widow, Thomas Conye of Basingethrope co. Lincoln esq., and George Bonde alderman of the city of London of the one part and Rowland Leigh of the other reciting /1565 and an assignment of Longborough by deed of 21 Elizabeth, and disturbances which had arisen about the court keeping and lease of the other three manors, whereby the first parties agree to pay over a moiety of the manorial profits to the said Rowland on his undertaking to respect the existing positions in Maugersbury, Bledington and Adlestrop.
Signed and sealed Rowland Leigh.
Seal arms and crest of Leigh.
Witnesses: Thomas Leigh, George Gosse, Thomas Dadley.

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1572  1593/4

Contents:
Appointment by deed poll dated 20 March 36 Elizabeth by Dame Alice Leigh widow, of her son Sir Thomas Leigh knight to receive from Thomas Conye the assignment of the said lease of the manors of Longborough, Maugersbury, Bledington and Adlesthrop.
Signed and sealed AL.
Witnesses: Thomas Spencer, Robert Catesbye, Robert Powell, Mary Baber, Isbell Powell, George Gosse.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1573  1609

Contents:
Release by deed poll dated 7 May 7 James from Sir William Whorwood of landwell co. Stafford knight. to William Leigh of Adlestrop co. Glos. esq., of the manor and lordship of Longborrowe as Rowland Leigh esq., deceased by deed of 18 February 1602/3 granted it to him.
Signed and sealed William Whorwood.
Witnesses: Robert Middlemore ? William Whorwoode, Thomas Rooke by his mark.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1574  1621

Contents:
Lease dated 8 June 19 James (1621) by John Clarke of Longborough,yeoman,to John Shipwaye the elder,weaver, & Marian his wife, of a cottage and garden.
S and s.
Seals A Unicorn ?
T. Thos Shaylor, Thos Fearne, Robt Osburne.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1575  1626

Contents:
Licence of alienation granted to John Clarke and Anne his wife to alienate to William Leigh a messuage 3 cottages and lands in Longborough.1 April 2 Charles 1 (1626) with a fair impression of Great Seal.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1576  1626

Contents:
Final concord levied at Westminster in the octave of Trinity 2 Charles between Sir William Leigh knight plaintiff and John Clarke and Anne his wife deforciants of a messuage, 2 cottages, a barn, 3 gardens, 8 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow and 2 acres of pasture in Longborough and Banckes Fee als Freebanckes. Consideration £41.

LONGBOROUGH AND ADLESTROP  DR 18/1/1577  1626

Contents:
Licence granted to Sir William Leigh knight and Elizabeth his wife, to alienate the manors of Adlesthrope alias Adelsthorpe alias Catlesthrope, with 20 messuages, a mill, 2 dovecots, etc. in Longeborough, Adelsthrope, with the rectory of Longborough, and advowson of the vicarage there, to Anthony Langston and William Bell. 1st Sept.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1578  1626-27

Contents:
Lease dated 4 Jan 2 Charles (1626-27) by Sir William Leigh to John Mynchyn of Churchill, of a messuage, with Chappell Piece, Davyes Close and Snowes Close
S.and s. by John.
T. Thos Townesend, Thos Fawley, Thos Minchin.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1579  1627

Contents:
Lease dated 14 October 3 Charles from Sir William Leigh of Longborough to John Allen of the same place laborer Joan his wife and George his son in consideration of their performance of the service of common hearde or heardesman of a cottage in Langhborough.
Signed by John Allens mark.
Witnesses: Charles Townesend, John Clarke, Phillip Washburne.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1580  1632

Contents:
Lease by Sir William Leigh,kt, to Sarah relict of John Minchin,and Thomas her son, of a messuage and three closes viz Chapel Piece etc.
S.and s. 8 June 8 Charles (1632)
T. Thos Townsend, Henry Paine.

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1581  1635

Contents:
Covenant dated 31 Oct. 11 Charles 1 (1635) between Francis lord Cottingham Master of the Court of Wards and Liveries and Sir Benjamin Rudierd Surveyor of the same court of the one part; and Sir William Leigh knight of the other part, concerning livery of his manors etc.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1582  1642-3

Contents:
Lease dated 23 March 17 Charles I (1642-3, by William Leigh,esquire, to Thomas Rose of Chastleton,husbandman, of closes called Maiden Hill and Town Moors.
S and s by Rose.
T. Hercules Morecraft, Thos Leigh, William Greene.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1583  1649

Contents:
Lease dated 1 May 1649,by Ann, widow of Thoms Mathewe of Longborough,yeoman, to John Matthewe of the same yeoman.
S.amd s. by Ann.
T.Tho.Borrough,

Longborough  DR 18/1/1584  1649

Contents:
Lease dated 23 May 1649, by William Leigh,esquire,to William his son, of the Town Moors late Thomas Banbury of Moorton Hinmarsh.
S.and s.
T.Thos Pury, John Bear, Walter White.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1585  1652

Contents:
Lease dated 1 Nov. 1652, by Dame Elizabeth Leigh, and William her son, and to Joseph Alcocke of Longborough of 4 acres in Longborough.
S.and s. by Joseph.
T. Wm, Giles and John Batson. Jn Alcocke.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1586  1652

Contents:
Lease dated 1 Nov. 1652, by Dame Elizabeth Leigh to William her son, to John Beard,of a smithy in Longborough.
S.and s.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1587  1652

Contents:
Lease dated 1 Nov. 1652, by Dame Elizabeth Leigh,and William her son, to Joseph Alcocke,of a messuage and meadow in Longborough.
S.and s. T. Wm Bateson, Thos Wallgrove, Jn Alcocke.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1588  1652

Contents:
Lease dated 1 Nov. 1652. by Dame Elizabeth Leigh and William her son and Elizabeth his wife, to John Beard blacksmith, of a cottage, etc.
S and s by John.
T.Wm and Giles Bateson, Thos Wallgrave, John Allcock.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1589  1664

Contents:
Settlement dated 19 Dec. 1664 between William Leigh, esquire,of the 1st part; William Whorwood, esquire, an attorney of the Exchequer, Edward Chamberlaine of London,gent, Simon Altoft of London,gent, and Daniel Van Mildert of London, merchant, citing another of the 17th Dec 1664, on the marriage of George Harvey of and Elizabeth, daughter of William Leigh.
S but sls lost.
T. Fab.Philipps, Siv. Petys, Ja: Bunce.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1590  1665

Contents:
Lease dated 20 Dec 17 Charles II (1665) by William Leigh, esquire, to John Grinhill the younger, carpenter; of a cottage,etc.
S and s.
T. Rich: Dowdeswell, Robt Bate, Elias Gardner.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1591  1666

Contents:
Lease dated 26 June 18 Charles II (1666) by Humphrey, bishop of London, to George Townsend of Staple Inn, gent., of the tithes of Wildmoor.
S and S by the BishopSeal damaged.
T. Francis Thompson clerk, Tho.Dickins, Thos Potey

Longborough  DR 18/1/1592  1667

Contents:
Lease dated 2 Dec. 19 Charles II (1667) by George Townsend of Staple Inn gent., to Robert Whorwood and Thomas Pury, of the tithes of hay etc
S George Townsend. Seal lost.
TGeorge Townsend jun., Edward Nevett, Geo.Dickins, Thos Hill.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1593  1668

Contents:
Lease dated 16 June 1668, by Robert Whorwood of London gent., and Thomas Pury of Taynton, gent to William Leigh, of the tithes of Wildmoor.
S and s.
T. Thos Leigh, Thos Brace, Thos Martyn.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1594  1668

Contents:
Bargain and Sale dated 1 Dec. 20 Charles II (1668) by William Leigh esquire to Demetrius James of Rotham, co Kent,kt, John Micklethwait M.D. of London, Luke Wilkes of Whitehall esquire, & Edward Chamber layne of London,gent.executors of will of George Bate of Maden Hill, the Langett,etc
S.and s seals lost.
T.

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1595  1669

Contents:
Lease of the Great Barne etc, dated 12 Nov. 21 Charles 2 1669, by William Leigh esq., to Anthony and John Gysborne of Longborough, yeoman.
S. and S. by William.
T. Hercules ? Walt. Leigh, Thos. Pope.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1596  1671

Contents:
Lease dated 20 June 23 Charles II (1671) by William Leigh esquire, to William Canninge yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Longborough.
Signed and sealed. Seal and signatures torn away.
T. Hercules Morcroft, Thos Pope, Thomas Day.

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1597  1671

Contents:
Lease dated 20 June 23 Charles 2 (1671) by William Leigh esquire, to William Canninge, of a messuage and copyhold lands.
Seal lost.
T. Hercules Morcroft, Thos Pope, Thos Day.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1598  1674

Contents:
Final concord made at Westminster on the morrow of the Purification of the Blessed Mary 26 Charles 2 between Edward Bull plaintiff and Thomas Farren deforciant of a messuage a garden and three acres of land in Longborough. Consideration £60.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1599  1674

Contents:
Lease dated 1 May 26 Charles II (1674), by Theophilus Leigh, esquire, to Joseph Whetham of Tadmarton. of the manor house of Longborough, and lands.
S.and s Seal lost.
T. Nic.and Thos Fletcher,Hugh Wilde.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1600  1676

Contents:
Lease dated 6 Nov. 1676 by William Leigh, esquire, to John Robbins,husbandman, of a tenement in Longborough
S. by John. Seal lost.
T.John Crispe, Robt Whitton, John Allcock

Longborough  DR 18/1/1601  1676

Contents:
Lease dated 6 Nov 1676 by William Leigh, esquire,to John Beard,husbandman, of a cottage
S.and s by John.
T.John Crispe, Robt Whitton, John Allcock

Longborough.  DR 18/1/1602  1678

Contents:
Release dated ? 1678, by William Leigh,esquire,to Josiah Sexton of Battisford,gent., of Maiden Hill closes.
S.and-s.but not executed.

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1603  1678

Contents:
Lease dated 30 Sept 1678 from Wm. Leigh of Addlestroppe esq., to Thomas Minchin the younger and Thomas Minchin the elder late of Longborough and now of [C]hasleton yeoman of a messuage and lands in Longborough.
Signed: Thomas Minchin the Elder with seal.
Witnesses: John Crispe, Rob Hill, Robert Whitton, John Garnev.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1604  1679

Contents:
Lease dated 28 April 1679 by Theophilus Leigh, esquire to Susanna Hewett of Little Compton, of the manor house of Longborough.
Seal etc torn way.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1605  1679

Contents:
Lease dated 20 Jan. 1679, by Theophilus Leigh of Lenchwick, to John Alcocke the younger, of barns and lands on Longborough Hill.
S.and s.
T. John Crispe, Thos Leigh, Robt Whitton.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1606  1685

Contents:
Lease dated 1 May 1685, by Theophilus Leigh, esquire, to Francis Mason, yeoman, of the brewhouse at the manor house of Longborough.
S by Francis. Seal lost
T. John Alcock, Nic. Taylor

Longborough  DR 18/1/1607  1686

Contents:
Lease dated 23 April 1686, by William Leigh, esquire, to William Mealinge of Maidenhill, of a messuage and lands.
S.and s.
T. Tho.Leigh, Sarah White,John Mealin, John Gardner.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1608  1686

Contents:
Lease dated 29 April 1686, by William Leigh, esquire, to John Chamberlayne of Malgersbury, and William Crispe, of closes called Frogmore
S,and s.
T. Jn Crispe, Thos Martin, Thos Jones.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1609  1688

Contents:
Lease for a year dated 2 October 4 James 2 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to John Chamberlayne of Maulgersbury co. Gloucester esq., Thomas Pury of the city of Gloucester gent. and Richard Freeman of the Middle Temple London esq., of the Lower Grounds and Frogmore house in Longborough.
Signed and sealed Will Leigh.
Witnesses: Mary Martyn, Dinah Leigh, Elizabeth Freeman, Ri. Croft, Joseph Richardson, Thomas Jones.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1610  1688

Contents:
Settlement dated 3 Oct. 1688, between William Leigh, esquire, of the one part,and John Chamberlayne, Thomas Pury, Richard Freeman of the 2nd part; and Thomas Leigh.
S. Seals lost.
T. Mary Martin, Dinah Leigh, Ri: Croft, Thos Jones.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1611  1688

Contents:
Lease dated 3 Oct. 1688, by William Leigh,esquire, to John Chamberlayne of Maalgesbury, esquire,and Thomas Pury of Gloucester, gent.and Richard Freeman of the Inner Temple,trustees, to Theophilus and Thomas Leigh his sons. of Frogmore House and lands.
S. but seals lost.
T. Mary Martin, Dynah Leigh, Ri.Croft, Thos Jones.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1612  1691

Contents:
Lease dated 1 july 1691 by Theophilus Leigh,esquire, to John Beard,blacksmith, of a shop and cottage.
S.and s.
T. Tho Pury, Robert Hill, John Alcock.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1613  1691

Contents:
Lease dated I [...] July 1691 by Theophilus Leigh of Addlestroppe esquire,to John Beard the elder,of a messuage in Longborough.
S.and s by Theophilus.
Seal of arms of Leigh.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1614  1691/2

Contents:
Lease dated 20 Jan. 1691/2 by Theophilus Leigh esquire to John Alcock yeoman, of barns and lands
S.and s. by John.
T.Simon Mourby, Miles Taylor.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1615-1616  1692

Contents:
Lease dated 2 May 1692 by Theophilus Leigh,esquire, to Thomas Wallington of Upper Swell,miller, of a corn mill in Longborough.
S.and-s.Not executed.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1617  1693

Contents:
Lease dated 3 Oct. 1693, by Theophilus Leigh, esquire, to Joseph Simonds of Borton on the Hill, of of a messuage and lands on Longborough Hill.
S and s by Joseph.
T.Wm Mealing, John Simmians, Simon Mourby.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1618  1693/4

Contents:
Lease dated 6 Jan. 1693 by Theophilus Leigh,esquire, to John Johnson of Little Compton, of the capital messuage of Longborough,and its lands.
S.and s.
T. Wm Herbert, Oliver Reade,Ri: Wood.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1619-1620  1693-94

Contents:
Lease dated 12 March 1693-94, by Theophilus Leigh, esquire to William Mealing; of a messuage and Maiden Hill close.
S and s.
T. Anne Brydges, Geo: Robbins, E.Wood.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1621  1695

Contents:
Lease by Theophilus Leigh,esquire,to Robert Payne of Dailesford, of Frogmore House.
S.and s.
T.Tho.Barker Henry Powell.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1622  1695/6

Contents:
Lease dated 3 Feb. 1695-6, by the same,to Daniell Taylor,carpenter, of a barn near the manor house
S.and s.by Daniell

Longborough  DR 18/1/1623  1696

Contents:
Lease dated 24 Dec. 1696 by Theophilus Leigh,esquire, to John Beard the elder; of of a messuage.
S.and s. by John.
T. Hen: Greene, John Fletcher.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1624  1698

Contents:
Lease dated 30 Dec. 1698, by Theophilus Leigh,esquire,to Stephen Clarke of Longborough; of a messuage and yardland
S.and s. by Stephen.
T. Wm Batson, Nic and Thos Fletcher.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1625  1698/9

Contents:
Lease dated 1 Jan. 10 William III (1698- 99) by Theophilus Leigh esquire to John Robbins: of Bennett's Leys.
S.and s. by John.
T.Wm Batson, Rich. Fletcher.

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1626  1699

Contents:
Lease dated 13 Oct 1699 by Theophilus Leigh esq., to Samuel Taylor yeoman, of the Corne Chamber and the Goale.
Not executed.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1627  1702/3

Contents:
Lease dated 1 March 1702-03, by Theophilus Leigh, esquire,to Jonathan Taylor of the Manor House and lands.
S.and s.by Jonathan.
T. Wm Wake, Hen: Fletcher.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1628  1706

Contents:
Lease dated 11 Oct. 1706, by Theophilus Leigh esq. to William Mealing,yeoman, of a messuage and Maiden Hill etc.
S.and s. by William.
T. Robt Hill, Nich.Fletcher, Thos Coningsby.

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1629  1710

Contents:
Lease dated 7 July 1710 by Theophilus Leigh esquire to William Taylor of Stanway, or Berry Barnes etc.
S. and S. by Theophilus.
T. Dan.Taylor, Thos Mander.
Counterpart of B. 823.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1630  1710

Contents:
Lease dated 7 July 1710 by Theophilus Leigh, esquire to William Taylor of Stanway, of Elizabeth his wife and William their son, of Berry Barnes etc.
S.and s. by William.
T. Dan.Taylor, Wm Mander.
Counterpart of 826.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1631  1710

Contents:
Lease dated 20 December 1710 from Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to William Hill of Ilmington co. Warwick of the messuage and lands in Longborough.
Signed and sealed William Hill.
Witnesses: Henry Fletcher, William Banbury, Tho. Mander.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1632  1710/11

Contents:
Lease dated 6 Jan. 1710-11 by Theophilus Leigh, esquire to John Alcock the elder; of two closes.
S.and s. by John.
T.Dan. Taylor, Hen. Fletcher.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1633-1634  1711

Contents:
Lease dated 30 April 1711, by Theophilus Leigh esq. to Daniel Taylor; of a great barn by the Manor House
S.and s. by Daniel.
T. Sim. Mourby, Hon. Fletcher

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1635-1636  1711-1746

Contents:
Lease dated 25 July 10 Anne from Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to William Browne of Bourton-on-the-Water co. Glos. yeoman of a cottage then or late occupied by Robert Paine in Longborough.
Signed and sealed T. Leigh.
Witnesses: Henry Fletcher, Richard Snow.
With surrender annexed dated 13 October 1746 from Anne Nicholson widow, one of the daughters of the said William Browne, and William Newitt to William Leigh esq., of all their interest in the said property.

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1637  1711

Contents:
Lease dated 25 July 1711, by Theophilus Leigh, esq., to William Browne of Bourton on the Water, of a cottage etc.
S. and S. by William.
T. Henry Fletcher, Richard Snow.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1638  1713/4

Contents:
Lease dated 15 Jan 1713 by Theophilus Leigh, esquire, to Isaac Snow of Seasoncott.of a cottage.
S,and s. by Isaac.
T.Hen: Leigh, Ben: Priestley, Sarah Hockett.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1639-1640  1714/5

Contents:
Lease dated 1 March 1714-15, by Theophilus Leigh esquire, to Thomas Minchin of Hampnett. of called Debden.
S.and s. by Thomas.
T.Anth. Gisburne, Thos Graishust, Giles Tombs.

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1641  1715/16

Contents:
Lease dated 16 Feb 1715/16 by Theophilus Leigh esq. to Thomas Minchin, of the Tithes of three pieces of land in Longborough.
S. and S. by Thomas.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1642  1716

Contents:
Indenture dated 23 April 1716 between Theophilus Leigh Impropriator of the Rectory,of the 1st part; Robert Hill of Condicoat,clerk,vicar,and the freeholders of Longborough. granting the latter licence to break up part of Greenhill or Sheep Downes.
Signed and sealed by the freeholders.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1643  1716

Contents:
Artcles indented between Theophilus Leigh, lord of the Manor and Impropriator of the Rectory of Longborough of the 1st part; Robert Hill of Condicote,vicar of the parish, and the freeholders landholdres,tenants and occupiers concerning the proposed inclosure of lands in Longborough. 23 April 1716.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1644  1716

Contents:
Lease dated 7 Dec. 1716 by Theophilus Leigh esquire, to William Procter of Dailsford, yeoman of the Manor House of Longborough.
S and s by Theophilus.
T.Robt Parsons,Sam: Collier.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1645-1646  1716

Contents:
Lease dated 7 Dec. 1716 by Theophilus Leigh esq: to William Procter of Dailsford, of the Manor House of Longborough.
S and s by William.
T.Robt Parsons, Sam: Collier

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1647  1717/8

Contents:
Lease dated 1 Jan. 1717/8 by Theophilus Leigh esq., to Henry Cross, of Longborough Mill.
S. and S. Henry Cross.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1648  1717/8

Contents:
Lease dated 6 Feb. 1717-18, by Theophilus Leigh esq: to Richard Baker,carpenter, of a cottage etc.
S.and s. by Richard.
T.Hen: Fletcher, Sam Collier

Longborough  DR 18/1/1649-1650  1719/20

Contents:
Lease dated 1 Jan. 1719-20, by Theophilus Leigh esq: to William Procter of the ' Great Barne'etc.
S.and s. by William.
T.Sam: and Martha Collier.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1651  1719/20

Contents:
Lease dated 1 March 19-20, by Theophilus Leigh esquire to Stephen Clarke,yeoman, of a plot of arable
S.and s. by Theophilus.
T.Chas Leigh, Sam. Collier. and counterpart.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1652  1720

Contents:
Lease dated 3 Oct: 1720 by Theophilus Leigh esq to Mary and John Green, of a messuage and yardland.
S.and s. John and Mary.
T.Robt Hill, Sam: Collier

LONGBOROUGH  DR 18/1/1653  1720/1

Contents:
Lease dated 4 February 7 George 1720, between Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop esq., and Stephen Clarke of Longborough yeoman of a close called Little Sitch in Longborough.
Signed and sealed T. Leigh.
Witness Robert Parsons, Samuel Collier.

LONGBOROUGH, ADLESTROP,BROADWELL AND BLEDINGTON.  DR 18/1/1654-1655  1722

Contents:
Final concord made at Westminster in the quindene of Easter 8 George 1 between Laurence Lord esq., and Joseph Ludlow gent. plaintiff and Theophilus Leigh jun. Thomas Leigh and Charles Leigh gentlemen deforciants of the manors of Longborough and Adlestorp with 30 messuages 30 cottages 2 watermills 3 dovecots 850 acres of land 300 acres meadow 850 acres pasture 1000 acres heath 20s. rent and common of pasture in Longborough, Adlestrop, Bradwell and Bledington, with the rectory of Longborough, the advowson of the church of Broadwell and chapel of Adlestrop and the advowson of the church of Bledington. Consideration £2,600

Longborough  DR 18/1/1656  1722

Contents:
Articles dated 1722 beteen Theophilus Leigh esquire Lord of the Manor, of the 1st part, William Leigh his eldest son of the 2nd part. and the Vicar and freeholders etc.of Longborough concerning the breaking up of the waste lands

Longborough  DR 18/1/1657  1723

Contents:
Lease dated... 1723 by Theophlus Leigh esq to Henry Cross, unexecuted.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1658  1724

Contents:
Lease dated --- 1724 by William Leigh esquire to Anthony Gisborne, Samuel Rowsham, and Thomas Greyhurst etc. of Tithes of the Corne Chamber and Goale.
Not executed.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1659  1728/9

Contents:
Lease dated 20 Feb. 1728-29 by William Leigh esquire, to Thomas Wells of Longborough, yeoman, of the Manor House of Longborough.
S.and s. [...] Not executed.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1660  1732

Contents:
Lease dated 30 Oct 1730 by William Leigh esquire to Nicholas Greene; of a messuage and closes.
S.and s. by Nicholas.
T.Thos and Jas Mander

Longborough  DR 18/1/1661  1730

Contents:
Lease dated 30 Oct. 1730, by William Leigh esquire to Nicholas Greene; of closes in Longborough
S.and s but torn away.
T. Robt Parsons, Thos Carter

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1662  1731

Contents:
Lease dated 19 October 1731 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq to John Green of Longborough yeoman Sarah his wife and Samuel Snow of Chipping Norton co. Oxon baker of a messuage and lands in Longborough.
Signed and sealed John Green Samuel Snow.
Witnesses: Robert Parsons, Tho. Mander.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1663-1665  1732/3

Contents:
Bargain and sale dated 23 February 1732 from Edward Trotman of Longborough yeoman to William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., of all his household goods, farm stock and implements to secure rent overdue on his leasehold dwelling house in Longborough.
Signed and sealed Edward Trotman.
Witnesses: Robert Parsons, Edmund Whitley Clerk to Mr Mander.
Bond of same date enclosed.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1666  1734/5

Contents:
Lease dated 23 March 1734 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Isaac Snow of Longborough yeoman of a customary messuage or cottage formerly John Canning and land in Longborough.
Signed and sealed Isaac Snow.
Witnesses: Robert Dagge, Tho. Mander.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1667  1737

Contents:
Lease dated 29 September 1737 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to John Mealing of Longborough baker of a cottage late Widow Fletcher in Longborough.
Signed and sealed John Mealing.
Witnesses: Tho. Mander, Jno. Beale.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1668  1739

Contents:
Assignment of copyholds by Anthony of Stow to William Leigh of Adlestrop. 9 August 1739

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1669  1739

Contents:
Lease dated 31 October 1739 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Daniel Hind of Longborough labourer of a cottage and garden late John Sutton in Longborough.
Signed and sealed by the mark of Daniel Hinde.
Witnesses: Thos Carter, Tho. Mander.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1670  1739-40

Contents:
Lease dated 2 Jan. 1739-40 by William Leigh esquire to Richard Wells of Seasoncott. of the Mnaor House of Longborough.
S.and s. by Richard.
T.Thos Mander, Thos Carer

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1671  1743

Contents:
Lease dated 29 September 1743 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Thomas Duce als Juce of Longborough slatter of a messuage known as Little Crofts and land in Longborough.
Signed and sealed by the mark of Thos. Duce otherwise Juce.
Witnesses: Tho. Mander, Harry Mander.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1672  1745

Contents:
Lease dated 4 June 1745, by William Leigh esquire to Elizabeth Paxford of Caswells, of a messuage and yardland.
S.and s. by Elizabeth.
T.Jn Andrews, Thos Wander.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1673  1746

Contents:
Lease dated 26 March 1746 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Thomas Carter of the same place servant of a messuage sometime a watercorn mill and house formerly called the mill house with a new erected malthouse and land in Longborough.
Signed and sealed Tho. Carter.
Witnesses: Tho. Mander, James Dodd.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1674  1746

Contents:
Lease dated 14 October 1746 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., and Joseph Acock the younger of Longborough mason of a cottage and garden formerly Robert Paine, then William Brown, in Longborough.
Signed and sealed Wm. Leigh.
Witnesses: Tho. Mander, Henry Mander.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1675  1746

Contents:
Lease dated 14 October 1746 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Joseph Acock the younger of Longborough mason of a cottage and garden formerly Robert Paine and sithence William Brown in Longborough.
Signed and sealed Joseph Acock.
Witnesses: Tho. Mander, Harvy Mander.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1676  1751

Contents:
Lease dated 11 July 1751 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Thomas Perkins of Longborough slatter and plaisterer of a cottage and garden late Thomas Eden in Longborough.
Signed and sealed Thomas Perkins.
Witnesses: Thos. Carter, Tho. Mander.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1677  1755

Contents:
Lease dated 16 July 1755 from William Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Judith Clark of Longborough widow of Stephen Clark yeoman deceased. of a messuage and land in Longborough.
Signed and sealed Judith Clarke by her mark.
Witnesses: John Collett, Tho, Mander.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1678  1756

Contents:
Lease dated 17 August 1756, by James Leigh to Thos Wise of Bodicott, of a messuage and closes
S.and s. by Thomas.
T.Thos Carter, James Dodd.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1679  1757/8

Contents:
Lease dated 5 January from James Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to William Mealing of Maidenhill farm, Longborough yeoman of a messuage and land later Elizabeth Snow widow in Longborough.
Signed and sealed James Leigh.
Witnesses: Tho. Mander, Edwd King clerk to Mr. Mander.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1680  1757/8

Contents:
Counterpart of /1679.
Signed and sealed William Mealing.
Witness: Tho. Mander.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1681  1759

Contents:
Lease dated 25 March 1759 from James Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to William Mealing of Maidenhill farm, Longborough, yeoman of a messuage and land late John Clarke of the Mill in Longborough.
Signed and sealed William Mealing.
Witnesses: Thos Carter, Frank Grey clerk to Mr. Tho. Mander.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1682  1760

Contents:
Lease dated 30 May 1760 from James Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Sarah Gisborne of Longborough widow of a half yard land late John Beard and then William Grayhurst in Longborough.
Signed and sealed Sarah Gisborn.
Witnesses: Frank Grey clerk to Mr. Mander, Thos. Carter.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1683-1684  1762

Contents:
Lease and counterpart dated 14 July 1762 from Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to William Beckingsale of Longborough breeches maker of a messuage and land late Isaac Snow deceased but then of Thomas Greyhurst as undertanant in Longborough.
Signed and sealed by the parties.
Witnesses: Robt. Chamberlayne, Thos. Carter.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1685  1763

Contents:
Lease dated 31 August 1763 from James Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Joseph Alcock, Anthony Gisborne, Charles Marnes and Thomas Grayhurst all of Longborough yeoman of the tithes of Longborough.
Signed and sealed by the lessees.
Witnesses: Thos. Carter, Richd. Jervis.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1686  1769

Contents:
Lease dated 28 April 1769 from James Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Thomas Acock of Longborough blacksmith and Sarah his wife of a house and land late John Barnes in Longborough.
Signed and sealed by the parties.
Witnesses: Robt. Chamberlayne, Tho. Winter, Elizabeth Hyatt.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1687  1776

Contents:
Lease dated 1 March 1776 from Lady Caroline Leigh of Easton House co Hants. to Joseph Alcock of Longborough yeoman of the capital messuage or farm house of Longborough with various inclosed grounds and the tithes of Longborough.
Signed and sealed Joseph Alcock.
Witnesses: Sim. Paget, William Beman.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1688  1777

Contents:
Lease dated 13 October 1777 from James duke of Chandos, the Revd. Thomas Leigh of Adlestrop clerk and Lady Caroline Leigh widow, lord and lady of the manor of Longborough as guardians of James Henry Leigh an infant, to William Acock of Longborough.
Signed and sealed William Acock.
Witnesses: William Beman, Jos. Knight.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1689  1777

Contents:
Lease dated 13 October 1777 from James duke of Chandos, the Revd. Thomas Leigh of Adlestrop clerk and Lady Caroline Leigh widow, lords and lady of the manor of Longborough as guardians of John Henry Leigh an infant, to Joseph Acock of Longborough mason of a cottage and garden formerly William Brown in Longborough.
Signed and sealed Jos. Acock.
Witnesses: William Beman, Jos. Knight.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1690  1780

Contents:
Lease dated 1 March 1780 from Lady Caroline Leigh of Easton House co. Hants. to Joseph Alcock of Longborough yeoman of the manor or farm house of Longborough with various inclosed grounds and the tithes of Longborough.
Signed and sealed Jos. Alcock.
Witnesses: William Beman, Joseph Fruin.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1691  1788

Contents:
Lease dated 11 November 1788 from James Henry Leigh of Adlestrop esq. to William Acock of Longborough stone mason of a cottage and garden lying on the common street and bounded east and north by holdings of Christopher Rose and John Grayhurst in Longborough.
Signed and sealed Wm Acock.
Witnesses: Wm. Beman, Jos Knight.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1692  1789

Contents:
Lease dated 12 October 1789 from James Henry Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to Joseph Acock of Longborough of a messuage lying on the street and bounded on the east by a cottage and garden of William Acock in Longborough.
Signed and sealed by the parties.
Witnesses: Wm. Beman, Michael Larner, William Ragg.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1693  1792

Contents:
Lease dated 17 October 1792 from James Henry Leigh of Adlestrop esq., to William Acock of Longborough stone mason of a messuage and garden late Thomas Jeuce in the hamlet of Banksfee and parish of Longborough.
Signed and sealed by the parties.
Witnesses: John Harrington, William Beman, Jos. Knight, Crosier Raine.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1694  1798

Contents:
Lease dated 21 June 1798 from James Henry Leigh of Adlestrop co. Glos Esq., to Thomas Baldwin of Toddington same co. gent. of a messuage and garden bounded on the west by the Farm pieces and otherwise by copyhold lands of Richard Clark and John Rousham and freehold lands of Widow Mealing and Thomas Pain in Longborough.
Signed and sealed Tho. Baldwin.
Witnesses: William Smith, William Beman.

Longborough  DR 18/1/1695  1799

Contents:
Lease of the Tithes of Longborough 1 Jan. 1799, by the Revd Thomas Leigh to Daniel R.Barker esquire.

LONGBOROUGH.  DR 18/1/1696  1799; 1808

Contents:
Extracts from leases and copies of court roll of cottages out upon lives in the village and manor of Longborough co. Glos. part of the estate of James Henry Leigh esq. taken 31 December 1799.
With
Memorandum concerning Longborough cottages in answer to inquiries made to Mr Knight by Mr. Willifer 23 December 1808.
Volume endorsed 'Longborough lifeholders'.

Oddington  [no ref. or date]

ODDINGTON  DR 18/1/1697  1736

Contents:
Grant dated 1 April 1736 from William Johnson of Oddington co Gloucester yeoman to Robert Phipps the elder of the same place butcher of common of pasture for one cow or rother beast in the common fields of Oddington.
Signed and sealed William Johnson.
Witnesses: John Mander clerke to M. Mander, Ann Allen.

ODDINGTON  DR 18/1/1698-1699  1748/9

Contents:
Mortgage dated 12 January 22 George 2 from John Huntley of Dailsford co. Worcester yeoman to Thomas Arkhill of Oddington co. Gloucester sheepdealer of a messuage and lands in Oddington.
Signed and sealed John Huntley.
Seal a dragon rampant.
Witnesses: Thos. Read, William Woolliams. Bond for performance enclosed.

ODDINGTON  DR 18/1/1700  1748/9

Contents:
Deed dated 2 February 22 George 2 between John Huntley of Dailesford co. Worcester yeoman and Thomas Arkhill of Oddington co. Gloucester sheep dealer leading the uses of a fine of a messuage and lands in Oddington.
Signed and sealed by the parties, Thomas Arkhill by his mark.
Seal a dragon rampant.
Witnesses: Thos.Read, Wm. Woolliams.

ODDINGTON  DR 18/1/1701  1748/9

Contents:
Grant dated 20 March 22 George 2 from Robert Phipps the elder of Oddington co. Gloucester butcher to William Phipps of the same place butcher one of his sons of common of pasture for one cow or rother beast in the common field of Oddington.
Signed and sealed Robert Phipps.
Seal a dragon rampant.
Witnesses: Thos Read, Jas Payn.

ODDINGTON  DR 18/1/1702  1749

Contents:
Grant dated 16 October 1749 from William Phippes of Oddington co. Gloucester butcher to Richard Saul of the same place yeoman of common of pasture for one cow or rother beast in the common fields of Oddington.
Signed and sealed William Phipps.
Seal a lion rampant.
Witnesses: William Bryan, Parris Collett, John Gardner.

ODDINGTON  DR 18/1/1703  1766

Contents:
Will dated 4 July 1766 of Richard Saul of Oddington co. Gloucester labourer. Wife Elizabeth, executrix. Sons Thomas, John and Caleb. Grandson Richard.
House, garden and cow common in Oddington.
Signed by mark.
Witnesses: John Gillett, Thos. Arkhill by his mark, Thos Collet.
Original.

ODDINGTON  DR 18/1/1704  1786

Contents:
Surrender dated 24 June 1786 from Elizabeth Bright of Coventry widow to Benjamin Newland of the same place weaver of her life interest under the will of John Huntly in two messuages and lands in Oddington.
Signed and sealed Elizabeth Bright.
Witnesses: Wm. Bright, Geo. Owen junr.

ODDINGTON  DR 18/1/1705-1706  1786

Contents:
Lease and release dated 7-8 August 1786, being a conveyance from Benjamin Newland of Coventry weaver and Mary his wife to the Revd. Thomas Leigh rector of Adlestrop of two messuages formerly one messuage and lands in Oddington.
Signed Benjamin Newland, Mary Newland by her mark, with seals.
Witnesses: Jos. Knight, Matthew Payn.

ODDINGTON  DR 18/1/1707  1786

Contents:
Assignment dated 8 August 1786 from Robert Hanks of Aston Blank co. Gloucester executor of the will of Thomas Arkell, with the consent of Benjamin Newland of Coventry weaver devisee under the will of John Huntley, and the Revd. Thomas Leigh rector of Adlestrop, to William Beman of Adlestrop gent of all his interest in a messuage and lands formerly mortgaged by Huntley to Arkell in Oddington.
Signed and sealed by Hanks, Newland and Beman.
Witnesses: Jos. Knight, Matthew Payn.

ODDINGTON  DR 18/1/1708-1709  1786

Contents:
Deed dated 8 August 1786 between Benjamin Newland of Coventry and Mary his wife, the Revd. Thomas Leigh rector of Adlestrop and Joseph Collett of Oddington malster leading the uses of a fine of two messuages formerly one messuage and lands in Oddington.
Signed and sealed by the parties except Tho. Leigh.
Witnesses: Jos. Knight, Matthew Payn.
Receipt enclosed

ODDINGTON  DR 18/1/1710-1711  1786

Contents:
Final concord on the morrow of All Souls 27 Geo 3 between Joseph Collett plaintiff and Benjamin Newland and Mary his wife deforciants of two messuages etc in Oddington.

ODDINGTON  DR 18/1/1712  1815

Contents:
A map of an estate in the parish of Oddington co. Gloucester belonging to James Henry Leigh esq., 1815.

ODDINGTON  DR 18/1/1713-1715  1819

Contents:
Lease and release dated 1-2 December 1819 from Josiah Saul of Gorse Lawn co. Gloucester yeoman to James Henry Leigh of Adlestrop same co. esq., of a piece of land in Oddington.
Signed Josiah Saul by his mark.
Witnesses: Robert Willifer, Adlestrop, W. Kendall, Bourton on the Water.
Solicitors account enclosed.

Stow on the Wold  [no ref. or date]

STOW ON THE WOLD.  DR 18/1/1716  1580

Contents:
Lease dated 20 December 23 Elizabeth from Rowland Leigh of Stowe on the Wolde esq. to Dame Alice Leigh of London gent. of the manor of Stowe, otherwise Stowe on the Wold otherwise Stowe St. Edwardes with the advowson of the church.
Signed and sealed Rowland Leigh.
Seal: On a wreath a demi-lion.
Witness: Thomas Lacy ser.

STOW ON THE WOLD  DR 18/1/1717  1665

Contents:
Indenture (much torn) dated 28 August, 1665 between John Chamberlayne the elder of Maugersbury of the one part; and William Leigh of Catlethorpe, and Thomas Chamberlaine of Oddington gent. being a settlement of estates.

STOW ON THE WOLD  DR 18/1/1718  1599

Contents:
Assignment dated 24 June 41 Elizabeth from Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneley knight to Charles Cornwallis of the city of Norwich esq. and Edmund Chamberlayne of Compton Abdell co Glos. esq. of the manor of Malgarsbury in the parish of Stow, late parcil of the late dissolved monastry of Evesham.
Signed and sealed Charles Cornwaleys, Edmund Chamberlayne.
Witnesses: Thomas Leigh, Thomas Chamberlayne, Edw. Robert Dixon.

STOW ON THE WOLD  DR 18/1/1719  1632

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of John Chamberleyne and Elizabeth Leigh dated 12 Oct. 8 Charles 1632, between Edmund Chamberleyne of Malgersburie and Grace his wife, of the 1st part; Dame Elizabeth, widow and executrix of Sir William Leigh of Longborough knight, and William her son of the 2nd part, and John son of the said Edmund of the 3rd part. of the manor of Stowe als Stowe on the Old als Stowe St Edwardes and Malgersburie als Mawgersburie, except the profits of the market etc.
Signed and sealed by Edmund Chamberlayne, John Chamberlayne and Elizabeth Leigh.
Witnesses: Fielde Whorwood, Ger Warmstrey, Edmund Chamberlayne sen. C. Towesend.

Taynton  [no ref. or date]

TAYNTON CO. GLOS AND GLOUCESTER CITY  DR 18/1/1720  1695

Contents:
Articles of agreement dated 27 September 7 William 3 between Theophilus Leigh of Adlestrop esq., Jephthah Wirall of English Bicknor gent. and Robert Hill of Condicott clerke all co. Glos. Trustees of the will of Thomas Pury late of Taynton same co. gent deceased of the one part and Elizabeth Whittington widow and Sarah Pury two of the children of the said Thomas Pury on behalf of themselves and Deborah another child and Sarah Buggins a grandchild of the other, settling the manor of Taynton co. Glos. and freehold and leasehold property in the city of Gloucester.
Signed and sealed by the parties including Debora.
Witnesses: James Hill, Simon Mourby, Cha. Hyett.

TAYNTON AND MINSTERWORTH  DR 18/1/1721  1703

Contents:
Release dated 3 August 1703, by Elizabeth Whyttington of Taynton co Glouc., daughter of Thomas Pury of the same gent, of the 1st Part; Martha relict of Jepthah Wyrall of English Bicknor, another daughter, Sarah Pury and Deborah Pury, and Sarah Huggins, to Theophilus Leigh esquire, of the manors of Taynton, Minsterworth and Eccloe. S. and S. Seals armorial. On a lozenge. On a fesse between 3 molets as many martlets.
T. Ben Hyett, James Elly, John Winler, Wm. Chapman.
English. 32 by 20 in.

Widford  [no ref. or date]

Widford  DR 18/1/1722  1767

Contents:
Complaint by William Boulter of Burford co.Oxon v that, he let to David Benfield of Widford, yeoman, a tenement called Cap's Lodge, on the 27th April 7 George III (1767) Order for a distress on his goods signed by S.Blackwell and Js Leigh
With armorial seals.

Hertfordshire  [no ref. or date]

Little Gaddesden  [no ref. or date]

Little Gaddesden  DR 18/1/1723  1651

Contents:
Lease dated 28 Oct. 1651 by Sir Thomas Leigh Knight & Baronet, and Lady Mary his wife, cousin and coheir of Sir Thomas Egerton Knight, and George Booth of Dunham Massey co Chester, son and heir of William Booth and Vere his wife, cousin and the other coheir of Sir Thomas of the one part; and John, earl of Bridgewater, of the manor of Little Gadesden. and Richard Harrison of the other part.
S. & S. by the grantees. Seals defaced. English 19½ by 8½ in. T. John Halsey, J. Ditton, John Jones.

GADDESDEN  DR 18/1/1724  1651

Contents:
Settlement dated 31 Oct 1651 between Sir Thomas Leigh and Mary his wife, one of the daughters and coheirs of Thomas Viscount Brackley lord Kllesmere, Sir Thomas Leigh the younger kt and George Boothe late of Dunham Massey co.Chester esquire, son of William Boothe and Vre Vere his wife, another coheiress. of the one part, and John earl of Bridgewater. of the manor of Gadesden. Seals I Crest.A lion supporting an arrow.ii
T.J.Dutton, J.Rose John Jones.
21½ by 15 in.

Standon  [no ref. or date]

Standon  DR 18/1/1725  1664

Contents:
Indenture dated 1, April 1664, between Andrew Cole of St Martin in the Fields equire, Charles Keepe of St Brides gent.,William Burnet i of St Clem nt Danes, gent.,Thomas Hoare of St Martins gent., William Bruer of Westminster, and Thomas Edwards of the same,gent of the one part; and Thomas of the other part; to carry out a deed dated 1 Jan 1659-60, conveying to Thomas the Manor house of Sootes alias Doos in Standen. and its lands.
Sa,d and sealed.

Standon  DR 18/1/1724a  14 June 1764

Contents:
Lease from Edward, Lord Leigh to Mrs Frances Hughes, of messuage and lands in Chalgrove, Bedfordshire, to indemnify her against the payment of an annuity of £40 chargeable on an estate conveyed to her by the said lord Leigh, which he had by descent from Charles Leigh. the estate in question being a mansion house formerly in the occupation of Dame Arabella Oxenden, together with 5 acres of pasture and 4 acres of arable in Hoddesdon, co. Kent, subject to indentures of lease and release between Charles Leigh and Ann Bucknall, dated 23 & 24 march 1736 in consideration of annuity to be paid to Ann Bucknall

Standon  DR 18/1/1724b  14 June 1764

Contents:
Covenant from Frances Hughes, to produce deeds on the death of Ann Bucknall of St Ann, Soho, Middlesex, beginning with an indenture dated 2 February 1708 and ending with a fine dated 1720

Standon  DR 18/1/1724c  14 May 1767

Contents:
Articles of Agreement between Sir Charles Mordaunt of Walton, Warwickshire, acting for Edward, Lord Leigh, and Hugh Hughes of St Botolph, Bishopgate, London, for the sale and purchase, for £4,000, of an estate at Hoddesdon, Kent, previously leased to Hughes, with the exception of the annuity payable to Ann Bucknall and chargeable upon the said estate, for which Lord Leigh agrees to indemnify Hughes

STANDON  DR 18/1/1726  1702

Contents:
Conveyance dated 10 June 1702 by Thomas Nason of St Giles in the fields gent son of Thomas, Nason, to Jonathan Shipley leatherseller,and Sarah Webster spinster and William Yardley of East Greenwich, the site of thhe Manor of Sootes.

Standon  DR 18/1/1727  1702

Contents:
Mortgage dated 29 Sept.1702 between Thomas son of Thomas Nason deceased and Mary his wife,who was son of Charles Nason of Lymington,Sthts goldsmith, only brother of Thomas Nason first above named, Richard Nickol of Cucklington, co.Somt, gent; etc.

Standon  DR 18/1/1728-1729  1703

Contents:
Lease and Release dated 1-2 April 1703. between Charles Nason of St Paul's Covent Garden,goldsmith, Susannah Nason of Gillingham co.Kent,widow, Richard Nickolls of Cucklington, gent.and Robert Nickolls of Westminster,apothecary, and Marmaduke Norcliffe of Furnivall's Inn, of the one part; to Jonat han Shipley, Sarah Webster,and William Yardley; of the site of the Manor of Sootes.
S.and s.

STANDON  DR 18/1/1730-1732  1709

Contents:
Assignment of a mortgage of a moiety of the manor of Sootes, dated 18 July 1709, by Robert Olden of Founthill Gifford co Wilts. and Jane his wife, and Repentance Fyler of New Sarum, her brother, of the first part; William Norcliffe of the Inner Temple of the 2nd part; and John Martin of St Martin in the Fields gent of the 3rd part; of a farm in Standen. S. and S.

STANDON  DR 18/1/1733  1749

Contents:
Lease of Soots farm by Elizabeth Wentworth of Kensington to Richard Warwick 1749.
Unexecuted.

Huntingdonshire  [no ref. or date]

Washingley  [no ref. or date]

WASHINGLEY  DR 18/1/1734  1632

Contents:
Release dated 15 Dec 8 Charles (1632) by Sir John Leigh of London of the 1st part; Sir Thomas Leigh knight and baronet and Edmund Bolsworth of Lincoln's Inn, of the 2nd part; Robert Leigh of London Esquire, Richard Nedwdigate of Graie's Inn, William Turney and Henry Symons of Leighton Bussard of the 3rd part, confirming to Robert and Richard the manor of Washingley

Ireland  [no ref. or date]

Kildare  [no ref. or date]

KILDARE, IRELAND.  DR 18/1/1735  1774

Contents:
Memorial registered in the Registry of Dublin, of a Deed Poll dated 27 Sept. 1774, under the hands and seals of Maurice Lloyd of Queen Square co Middx, James Brown and Thos. Collinson, bankers, Martin Bladen Hawk and Cassandra his wife, between the Duke of Leinster and the Revd Thomas Leigh of Adlestrop.

Kent  [no ref. or date]

Foreland  [no ref. or date]

Foreland  DR 18/1/1735a  n.d

Contents:
Sale particulars of the Manors of Foreland and Bircholt, with the advowson of Bircholt and four farms Handfield Farm, Bircholt Manor Farm, Foreland Manor Farm, Bedleston Farm), in the parishes of Foreland and Bircholt, Kent

Kingsnorth  [no ref. or date]

Kingsnorth  DR 18/1/1736  1677

Contents:
Release dated 20 Dec. 1677, by Thomas, Lord Leigh to Joseph Sheldon and Daniel Sheldon and others of the Manor of Kingsnorth co. Kent
S.and s.

PLUMSTEAD CO KENT.  [no ref. or date]

Plumpstead  DR 18/1/1737  1653

Contents:
Assignment dated 27 Sept. 1653. Richard Thornhill of Glenteigh co.Kent, Edward Heath of Cotsmore co Huts, Ellis Yinge of London,esquire and John Stampe of Boulton in St John's Worcester;to Jane eldest daughter of Richard,to secure her marriage portion, of messuages etc.in Erith, Plumstede and Losenesse.
S and s by Richard Seal defaced.

Plumstead  DR 18/1/1738  1676

Contents:
Mortgage dated 7 April 1676, John Sparrow of Gelsthorpe co Essex, kt,Laurence Blowley of the Inner Temple,esquire and John Fothe of London gent.to Thomas Raper, citizen and grocer,of London. of lands etc in Plumstede Erith and Lesnes. s and s Sealsdefaced.

Plumstead  DR 18/1/1739  1677

Contents:
Mortage by Sir John Sparrow kt to Mr Thomas Raper of the above lands. 2 Feb. 1677.s and s.

Plumstead  DR 18/1/1740  1677

Contents:
Release of rights by Sir John Sparrow and others to Mr Thomas Raper. 20 July 1677. s and s.

Plumstead  DR 18/1/1741  1678/9

Contents:
Mortgage dated 3 Feb.1678/9 by Sir John Sparrow and Thomas Raper, to John Corance of St Martin in the fields esquire. s. and s.

Plumstead  DR 18/1/1742  1680

Contents:
Assignment of the same, 18 May 1680, by Sir John Sparrow and John Corance to Sir Philip Meadows,kt s and s.

Plumstead  DR 18/1/1743  1680

Contents:
Assignment of the same by Sir John Sparrow and Sir Philip Meadowes to Richard Newman esquire. 6 Dec. 1680 s and s.

Plumstead  DR 18/1/1744  1681/2

Contents:
Assignment of mortage by Sir John Sparrow and Richard Newman to of Fished Magdalen co Dorsett, to Gilbert Dolben of the Middle Temple esquire, and John Needham of Westminster,gent. 4 Marh 1681/2s and s.

PLUMSTEAD ERITH AND LESSNESS  DR 18/1/1745  1683/4

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage dated 7 Feb. 36 Charles 2 from Richard Newman of Fifehead Magdalene co. Dorset esq., John Needham of the city of Westminster gent. and Sir John Sparrow of Gesthorpe [ i.e. Gestingthorpe] co. Essex knight to Jerome Lacey of Walden co. Essex esq., of two twelfths of four messuages and 800 acres of land in Plumsted, Earith and Leasnes co. Kent formerly Sir Richard Smiths.
Signed by the first three.
Witnesses: Tho. Waldron, Richard Pepys, W. Farnoll

Plumpstead  DR 18/1/1746-1747  1694

Contents:
Mortgage dated 9 August 1694, John Lacy of Tottenham High Cross esquire, to John Turnerof London, merchant. of four messuages etc in Plumpstead etc. s and s.

PLUMSTEAD  DR 18/1/1748  1699

Contents:
Further mortgage dated 17 May 1699, John Lacy to John Turner. S and S.

PLUMSTEAD  DR 18/1/1749  1699

Contents:
Conveyance dated 15 Nov. 1699 by Sir John Sparrow and others, to Robert Lord. S. and S.

PLUMSTEAD  DR 18/1/1750-1751  1699

Contents:
Laese and Release dated 13-14 Nov 1699, Sir John Sparrow, and Sir John, Fothe, kts to Robert Lord of Westminster.

Plumstead  DR 18/1/1752  1700/1

16 by 14 in.

Contents:
Grant by Robert Lord of St Martin in the fields, to John Frith of North Cray co.Kent, of of marshland called Dukes. S and s by Frith. T. Wm Norcliffe, John Hodsoll, Henry Gales.

PLUMSTEAD  DR 18/1/1753  1729

Contents:
Deed of Partition of lands in Plumstead Marsh and St George's Southwark and in Egham ,Dated 12 Dec. 1729 as in 1046

Plumpstead  DR 18/1/1753A  1729

Contents:
Deed of Partition between William Leigh and Mary his wife of the Ist part; and the Hon: the Colonel Thomas Wentworth of St James's Westminster and Elizabeth hiswife, which Mary and Elizabeth are daughters and coheirs of Robert Lord ,late of St Martin in the Fields. Dated 12 Dec 1729

Plumpstead  DR 18/1/1754  1755/6

Contents:
Settlement by William Leigh esquire, and his wife of their Kentish estates.

Plumstead  DR 18/1/1755-1756  1755/6

Contents:
Settlement by Lease and Release, dated 7-8 Jan. 1755/6. between William Leigh of Adlestrope esquire, and Mary his wife, of the one part; and Elizabeth Wentworth of St Mary le bone of the other part. of Kixsey Marsh etc.in Plumstead.
S.and s.

Plumstead  DR 18/1/1756a-c  25 June 1824

Contents:
Deed of Covenant (with 2 paper copies of same) between Chandos Leigh of Stoneleigh Abbey, Warwickshire and Paul Silvester of Aldgate High Street, London, butcher, to produce deeds relating to Fourteen Acre Marsh, Thirteen Acre Marsh and Abbey Level in the parish of Plumstead, Kent, lately purchased by the said Paul Silvester
Deeds referred to:
Indenture of 1729
Fine of 1730
Lease and release of 1756
Signed and sealed: Chandos Leigh
B & C. 2 paper copies of same.

Singleton  [no ref. or date]

Singleton  DR 18/1/1756D  1750

Contents:
Grant dated 1 Oct.1750 by William son of Theophilus Leigh, to Edward Wrightington of Wrightington, of Grange House alias Singleton Grange and its lands
S.and s Seals lost.

SHINGLETON  DR 18/1/1757  1677

Contents:
Covenant between Thomas, lord Leigh and William Andrews concerning the dower of Elizabeth wife of Lord Leigh in the counties of Kent, Bucks and Beds etc. 28 Nov. 1677
S.and s.
T.Alex.Andrewes, Thos Gibbs, Fra Winton, Ob.
Reynolds.

SHINGLETON  DR 18/1/1757a  1677

Contents:
Agreement dated 20 Dec. 29 Charles 2 between Thomas lord Leigh Baron of Stoneleigh, and William Andrewes of Lambeth co Surrey esq., for the redemption from Simon Bennett of Caulverton co Bucks of Mortgaged lands of the Lady Elizabeth Leigh in Kent.
Signed. Wm. Anderson with seal.
Witnesses. W. Alston, Sam. Hinde, Ob. Reynolds, John Grimston.
Counterpart signed T. Leigh.

SHINGLETON  DR 18/1/1758  1677

Contents:
Power of Attorney by Thomas.lord Leigh, to Mr William Andrews. 21 Dec. 1677.
S.and s.
T. W. Alston, Fra. Winton.

Shingleton alias Wardacre  DR 18/1/1761  1677/8

Contents:
Mortgage dated 25 Jan. 1677. Simon Bennett of Caulverton,co.Bucks citing a mortgage of 21 August 21 Charles II. between George Farewell of the Inner Temple esquire, of the ist part; Thomas lord Leigh son and heir of Thomas lord Leigh and Elizabeth his wife, and Elizabeth Browne of Great Chart widow of the 2nd part; Simon Bennett of the 3rd part; of the manor of Shingleton, and properties in Kingsnorth, Ashford, Great Chart, Milborough, Sevington, Allington, Marsham Ruskins, Coadham and Woodchurch co.Kent.
S & S by Bennett. T.Henry, Elmes, Rafffe Lee

SHINGLETON  DR 18/1/1762  1677/8

Contents:
Indenture tripartite dated 1 Feb. 1677/8 between Thomas lord Leigh, and Elizabeth his wife, daughter and heir of Richard son of John Browne of Blackfriars esquire, of the 1st part; Simon Benett of Beauchampton co Bucks, of the 2nd part; and William Andrews of Lambeth esquire of the 3rd part; re the manor of Shingleton alias Wardacre co. Kent.
S. and S. by Andrews.
T. Ri. Newdigate, Alex Denton, Hannah Milles, Ob. Reynolds, Will Arnold.

Speldhurst  [no ref. or date]

SPELHURST  DR 18/1/1763  1705/6

Contents:
Release dated 15 Jan. 1705/6 by Henry Smith of St James Westminster, son of Robert Smith of Sutton at Hone co Kent, to Robert Lord of St Martin in the Fields; of a messuage in Speldhurst and Tunbridge, the Manor of Southborough, and a messuage in Bidborough co. Kent.
S. and S.

Lancashire  [no ref. or date]

Billington  [no ref. or date]

BILLINGTON  DR 18/1/1765  1597

Contents:
Deed Poll dated 18 November 40 Elizabeth of Thomas Holcrofte of Vale Royall co. Chester, revoking a previous feoffment in trust to Sir Thomas Gerrard knight son and heir of Sir Gilbert Gerrard knight deceased, Peter Warburton of Arbye, esquire and Peter Leigh of High Leigh esq., of the manor of Billington the messuage called Bickershaye, and other properties in Abram and Hynley.
Signed and sealed Tho. Holcrofte.
Seal A leopard passant.
T. Thomas Leigh, George Gosse, George Wilkensonne.

Eccles  [no ref. or date]

WORSLEY  DR 18/1/1766  1674

Contents:
Grant dated 21 Dec. 1674 between John Earl of Bridgewater and Sir William Egerton K.B. of the one part; and Charles 2nd son of Thomas lord Leigh, Sir John Napier of Luton Hoo Bt, Sir William Bromley, and Charles Cheyne of the other part; of the manors of Worsley, Hutton and Bedford etc.
Signed and sealed.

Eccleston  [no ref. or date]

ECCLESTON  DR 18/1/1767  1647

Contents:
Inventory of the goods etc of Anne Dicconson of Ecclestone 10 Sept. 1647

LEYLAND  [no ref. or date]

EUXTON COUNTY PALATINE OF LANCASTER.  DR 18/1/1768  1630-31

Contents:
Marriage settlement dated 4 Jan. 6 Charles 1630-31 on the marriage of John Crooke and Ellen his wife, of lands in Euxton.

PRESCOT  [no ref. or date]

SANKEY, GREAT  DR 18/1/1769  1596

Contents:
Confirmation dated 9 Dec. 39 Elizabeth 1596, by Sir Robert Duddeley of Kenelworth knight, to Sir John Ashton of Penketh, of closes in Great Sonkey.
S. and S. by John. Seal obscure. T. None.

SANKEY, GREAT  DR 18/1/1770  1597

Contents:
Indenture dated 9 Dec 39 Elizabeth (1597) between Sir Robert Duddeley of Kenellworth, and Robert Johnson of St John's St.Mdx,gent, of the one part; and Richard Bold of Bold and Thomas Ireland esquires, citing a Patenet to Edward Butler,gent granting him the Manor of Great Sonky, now confirmed.
Sand by Bolde and Ireland.
T. Thomas Leigh, Wm Owell, Thos Asseton, & others.

WARRINGTON  [no ref. or date]

Burtonwood  DR 18/1/1771-1772  1596/7

Contents:
Feoffment dated 11 Feb. 39 Elizabeth (1596-97) by Sir Robert Duddeley of Kenelworth ,kt,to Richard Bolde of Bolde and Thomas Irel and of Childwall esquires, of the mansion house of Bewsey and lands in Great Sonkey, Little Sonkey, Warrington, and Prescott. Orforde, Rixton, Penketh, Culcheth, Astley,Atherton, Lydyatt,Egregarthe,Thorneton Halsall, Barton,Inceblundell, Wyndhyll, Wyndleshawe, Tildesley, Glasbrooke, Pymington, Leighe Bodford, Shakerley, Geston, and Aughton.
S & s. by Richard & Thomas. Sealsi defaced ii. Quarterly I & IV A lion rampant .II & III Three roundles cottised by two bendlets..
T.Thomas Leigh, Wm Orrell, Robt Thomson, Thos Assheton, Thos Chamberlayne

BURTONWOOD  DR 18/1/1773  1596/7

Contents:
Confirmation dated 11 Feb. 39 Elizabeth (1596/7) by Sir Robert Duddeley of Kenilworth knight. to Richard Bolde of Bolde co. Derby esq., and Thomas Ireland of Childwall co. Lancaster. esq., of the Manor house of Bewsey.
S. and S. by Richard and Thomas.
Seals i obscure ii obscure.

Warrington  DR 18/1/1774  1591

Contents:
Indenture dated 8 July 33 Elizabeth (1591) between Sir Christopher Blounte kt.,of the one part; Robert Duddeley of the Inner Temple of the other part;,citing a covenant between Lettice,countess of Duddeley and Sir Thomas concerning the parsonage of Warrington.
S.by Sir Christopher.
Seal lost.

Warrington.  DR 18/1/1775  1596

Contents:
Lease dated 10 Dec. 39 Elizabeth (1596) between Sir Robert Dudley of Kenilworth & Richard Williams of Blackfryers, of the one part; and Richard Bold of Bold co.Lanc,and Thomas Ireland of Childwall co. Lanc esquires, of the Rectory of Warrington.
Sans s by Richard and Thomas.
Seals i.obscure .ii Quarterly I & IV ,A lion r mpant II & III, Three roundels between two bendlets

Leicestershire  [no ref. or date]

BROUGHTON ASTLEY CO LEICESTER.  [no ref. or date]

BROUGHTON ASTLEY  DR 18/1/1776  1705

Contents:
Lease.....1705, by Thomas Lapworth of Coventry chirugeon to Anthony Power of the same gent, of Bald Banks in Broughton, Astley, Sutton and Princethorpe with Sutton Close.
S. and S. by ? unexecuted.

Claybrooke  [no ref. or date]

Claybrooke  DR 18/1/1777  1734

Contents:
Artcles dated 7 Oct. 1734 between Thomas Bird of Cleybrooke parva esq. and Edward,lord Leigh, conveying the latter a messuage, etc. in Cleybrooke
S and s by Thos Byrd.
Seal armorial.
T. Francis Sadleir, W.White.

HINCKLEY; Stoke Golding co. Leicester  [no ref. or date]

HINCKLEY; Stoke Golding co. Leicester  DR 18/1/1778  1695

28 by 27 in.

Contents:
Assignment dated 15 Nov.1695, by Nicholas Chamberlain of Bedworth,clerk of the Ist part; Henry Sibley of Kenilworth gent.of the 2nd part; and John Bree of the same,gent. of lands in Stoke Golding.
S.and s by Nicholas and Henry.
T. Thos Holbeche, Anth: Power, Jos: Cater, Thos Holbeche Jun.

Skeffington co.Leicester  [no ref. or date]

Skeffington co.Leicester  DR 18/1/1779  3 May 1694

28 ½ by14 in.

Contents:
Bargain and Sale of Skeffington Manor,by Thomas Skeffington alias Brome,esquire, to Robert Burdell of Bramcott. Seal obscure.

Sutton Cheney in Market Bosworth, co Leics.  [no ref. or date]

Sutton Cheney in Market Bosworth, co Leics.  DR 18/1/1780  1390

Damaged.

Contents:
Will of Radulphus. . .nel, dated on the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross (14 Sept. 1390) of Sutton juxta Boseworth. Mentions Thomas Walsh and William Bruce, wife Eadythe.

Lincolnshire  [no ref. or date]

CROFT CO LINCOLN.  [no ref. or date]

CROFT CO LINCOLN.  DR 18/1/1782  1560/1

Contents:
Power of Attorney dated 19 March 3 Elizabeth 1560/1 John Caundysh of Orby co Linc.,Edmund Hall esq., John Hare and Thomas Cony citizens and merchants of London, attorning John Hare and Thos Cony, to take seisin of Crofts co. Lincoln.
S. and S.

Spalding co Lincoln  [no ref. or date]

Spalding co Lincoln  DR 18/1/1783  1625

Contents:
Imspeximus of grants made to Edward I and Richard II to the Earls of Lancaster, of liberties. and confirming those in the towns of Spalding ,Pinchbek, Weston and Rulton
Westminster 23 May I Charles (1625)

WOOTTON CO LINCOLN.  [no ref. or date]

Wootton  DR 18/1/1784-1785  1705

Contents:
Release dated 2 March 1705 between Theophilus Leigh, and Henry Collett of Lincoln's Inn, of the Ist part; Thomas Greenwood of Chastleton co Oxon esquire, Cassandra Philistria Maria his wife, of the 2nd part; and William Bateson of Bourton on the Hill esquire; settling the trust for the Rectory of Wootton and lands in Kingham, co. Oxon. S. and S.

London  [no ref. or date]

LONDON  [no ref. or date]

London  DR 18/1/1786  1718

Contents:
Probate of the will of Robert Lord of St Martin in the fields, gent. 1 Oct.1718. proved 31 october following. Daughter Mary. £1000. Daughter Elizabeth £1000. Wife Rachel. Houses in London and Acton.
Nephew William Lord. Brother Thomas Lore and Joseph Ludlow executors.

LONDON.  DR 18/1/1786-1790  1720

Contents:
Release dated 28 July 1720 by William Norcliffe esquire,and Robert Wright gent. to the uses of Mr Lord's will.

LONDON.  DR 18/1/1790  1723

Contents:
Indenture dated 2 Dec. 1723, between William Lord of St Botolph's Aldgate. and Robert Lord respecting leg cies under the will of Robert Lord his father Releasing to William and Mrs Rachel Lord his interests
S.and s by William.

LONDON.  DR 18/1/1791  1725

Contents:
Probate of will of Mrs Rachel Lord of St Martin in the fields, widow of Robert Lord,gent.
7 July 1725 proved 22 April-October 1725.
Nephew Ralph Harwood of London,merchant, hou ses in Villers Street, St Mary Savoy, Seething Lane Nieces Elizabeth and Mary Newman

LONDON.  DR 18/1/1792  1734

Contents:
General Release dated 10 April 1734 between the representatives of Stepeh Fox and Christopher Wren of the one part; and those of Mr Lord.

LONDON ST MAGNUS.  DR 18/1/1793  1563

23 by 17 in.

Contents:
Conveyance dated 8 April 5 Elizabeth 1563 by Robert Carter, citizen and fishmonger, to George Badcoke citizen and grocer, of the "White Lyon" and the"Christopher" with two tenements and three wharves in Thamys street in St Magnus.
S. by Badcocke. Seal I.B.

Middlesex  [no ref. or date]

Holborn  [no ref. or date]

Holborn  DR 18/1/1794  1789

Contents:
Lease dated 18 August 1789 from the revd. John Buckner D.L., rector of St Giles in the fields co Middx. and the Hon. Mary Leigh of Stoneleigh Abbey spinster, heiress at law of Lord Leigh, to Edward Rowcliffe of Queen Street, Soho, bricklayer, of 16 messuages near St Giles' church.
Signed and sealed by the parties.

Islington co.Mdx.  [no ref. or date]

Islington co.Mdx.  DR 18/1/1795  1598

Contents:
Conveyance dated 9 Oct.40 Elizabeth (1598) by St Thomas Leigh and Dame Alice Leigh ,Sir Thomas her son and Sir John his brother, to John Banks citizen and mercer of London, of the messuage,late John Kytchin esquire ,in the Holloway in Islington.
S.and s by John Bankes.
T.John Wycherley, George Gosse, Rich.Wright.

Kilbourne  [no ref. or date]

Kilbourne  DR 18/1/1796  1594/5

Contents:
Power of Attorney of 7 Jan. 37 Elizabeth (1595) of Dame Alice Leigh attorning George Gosse to make entry.
Seal A hounds head erased between two pheons.ALICE LEIGH.

Kilbourne  DR 18/1/1797  1594/5

Contents:
Deed Poll of Lady Alice Leigh granting to her son Sir Thomas Leigh, her estate in Kylborne.
S by Alice with a mark.
T.George Gosse, John Fryer
Seal A n antelopes head erased between two pheons.

Kilbourne  DR 18/1/1798  1594/95

Contents:
Indenture dated 16 Feb.37 Elizabeth (1594/95) between Arthure Atye of Canburye co.Middx equire, and Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneleye ,under a Satute Staple. The said Arthure to hold the three messuages and farm, late Thomas Lee, gent. and his tenants, the Tylehouse and other lands in Wilsdone and Hampstead, estates of Sir Thomas and Alice his mother, John Leigh son and heir apparent and Richard his brother. S and s by Arthur. Seal obscure.

Kilbourne  DR 18/1/1799  1594/5

Contents:
Bargain and Sale dated 14 Feb. 37 Elizabeth (1594-5) between Dame Alice Leigh widow and John son of Sir Thomas Leigh kt; of three messuages in Kilburne. granting them to Arthur Attye
Seal of Arthur obscure but armorial
T.Wm Goodere,Thos Barnes, Geo.Gosse, Thos Heayle.

Westmister  [no ref. or date]

Westmister  DR 18/1/1800  1814

Contents:
Draft of lease of Melbourne House in St James's (blank) May 1814, by John CharlesSpencer lord Althorpe to George Gordon Byron lord Byron.

Westminster  DR 18/1/1801-1802  1816

28 by 28 by 22.

Contents:
Lease dated 27 Sept. 1816 of a messuage in Albany, by William Bewley Tuffnell esquire and Alexander Copland of St Martin's Lane to Chandos Leigh esquire
S and s. by Chandos. Seal A stag's head.

Northamptonshire  [no ref. or date]

Ashby St. Ledgers  [no ref. or date]

ASHBY ST LEDGERS CO NORTHANTS  DR 18/1/1803  1592

Contents:
Grant dated 3 April 34 Elizabeth 1592 by Sir William Catesbie of Ashbie Ledgers co. Northants knight, and Robert his son, and Anthony Tyrringham of Henwicke Hall co Beds of the one part; and Sir Thomas Leigh knight of the other; upon the marriage of Robert Catesbie and Katheryne Leigh settling an annuity out of lands in Ashbie St Ledgers.
S. and S. by William and Robert.
Seals i Crest a lion passant. ii A merchant's mark with E.W.

ASHBY ST LEDGERS. CO NORTHANTS  DR 18/1/1804  1592

Contents:
Indenture dated 20 April 34 Elizabeth (1592) between Sir William Catesbye knight of the 1st part, John Catesbye of Newneham co Beds esq., and Anthonye Tyringham of Herdwick Hall co. Beds of the 2nd part, and Sir Thomas Leigh and Robert Catisbye Knight of the 3rd part, witnessing that Sir William granted to William Chibnall the Manor of Ashbye Legers for certain years and that he conveyed it to Sir Thomas Leigh.
S. and S. by Sir William.

ASHBY ST LEDGERS CO NORTHANTS  DR 18/1/1805  1592

Contents:
Bond dated 27 April 1592 between William Catesby of Ashebye Legers Knight, to Thomas Leigh of Stoneley knight in £2,000., securing his manors etc. to Robert his son and heir apparent.
S. by William. T. By Thornberie, John Hill, George Beddle.

Ashby Ledgers co. Nthts  DR 18/1/1806-1807  1684

Contents:
Indenture between Lord Leigh and William Bromley of Bagginton of the one part; and Lewis Watson of Lees Court,co Kent son of Edward lord Rockingham of the other part.conveying closes in Ashby Ledgers Not executed.

ASHBY LEDGERS CO. NORTHANTS  DR 18/1/1808-1809  1696

29½ by 14 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 10 June 1696 by Thomas lord Leigh to John Attkins of Ashby Lodge, of the Lodge Ground etc.
Seal three arrows in pale. T. Edm. Bromwich, Thos Orlebar.

Barby  [no ref. or date]

Barby Northants  DR 18/1/1810  1614

9 ¼ by 8¼ in.

Contents:
Demise by Robert Isham of Barby,gent.to William Catlyn of Raundes esquire, of Stockt close, 18 Dec. 1614.S.and s .by Isham. Seal defaced.
T. Gregory Isham, Abraham Asteley, Edward Bury.

BARBY NORTHANTS  DR 18/1/1811  1637

18 by 13 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 4 Sept 13 Charles 1 1637 between, Thomas Brudenell of Stanton Wyvill, co. Leic., esq., to Nathaniel Eason of Drayton in Daintry yeoman, of the Seven Leayes. S. and S. by Eason. Seal H.S. T. Anthony Lightfoote, William Carter.

BARBY NORTHANTS.  DR 18/1/1812  1661

Contents:
Lease dated 1st April 1661 by George Clerk of St Laurence Jury merchant adventurer, and Henry Clearke of Magdelan College Oxon, to Ann widow of John Clerke of Willoghby co. Warwick, of closes called Woodfield, Burnell and Roweditch in Oneley. unexecuted.

BARBY NORTHANTS.  DR 18/1/1813  1696

26 by 121/2 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 4 Feb. 1696 by Thomas lord Leigh to John Johnson of Onley and Richard Pettiver of Hillmorton, mercer; of a meadow in the tenure of William Ward of Stanford and Richard Ward of Wolston. S. and S. by Leigh. Seal of arms. T. Edmund Bromwich.

Barby, Northants  DR 18/1/1812a  March 1680

Contents:
Counterpart indenture between Isaac Dorista, citizen and merchant of London of the one part, and Richard Siddons and John Marriott, both of Hillmorton, Warwickshire, yeomen of the other part, being a lease to Siddons and Marriott of Shawfield or Overking Street Field (105 acres); June Meadow (13 acres); Inner Corne close or Brooke Close (47 acres); Walbrook Meadow (9 acres) with appurtenances, lying in Only and Barby, Northamptonshire, late in the tenure of Humphrey Davis, now of Richard Siddons and John Marriott. With liberty to plough Shawfield for 4 years.
Term of lease 4 years paying £80 p.a. then for further 9 years paying £80p.a for first year.
£120p.a for next 4 years and £80 p.a for final four years.

BARBY NORTHANTS.  DR 18/1/1814  1697

25 by 17½ in.

Contents:
Lease dated 10 Nov. 9 William 111 (1697) between Thomas lord Leigh and George Watson esquire of London, of a close in Oneley in Barby. S. and S. by George.
Seal, armorial, On a chevron between three martlets as many crescents, a crescent for difference.
T. Edmund Bromwich, Robert Dainty.

BARBY CO. NORTHANTS  DR 18/1/1815  1705

Contents:
Settlement dated (blank) 1705, between Thomas lord Leigh, and Lewis Leigh his 3rd son of the 2nd part; unexecuted.

Barby Northants  DR 18/1/1816  1708

28 by19 in

Contents:
Release dated 24 April 1708, by Thomas lord Leigh, to Charles Leigh, esquire. of the Manor of Barby.
A and s .
T.J Jackman, Wm Edwards, Thos Furley.

Brigstock  [no ref. or date]

Brigstock Nthts.  DR 18/1/1817  1597

Contents:
Indenture dated 16 April 39 Elizabeth (1597) between Sir Thomas Leigh of Stonely, kt, and Robert Syers of Brigstocke,gent, citing the Patent dated 6 April 24 Elizabeth (1582) granting Sir George Carey kt, Captain and Governor of the Isle of Wight and Marshall of H.M Household, the Great Park of Brigstockewhich Robert now grants to Sir Thomas.
S.and s by Robert.
T. Rich.Powers, Benny Ashley.
Seal 4 acorns in above a cross fleury saltire

Northhampton  [no ref. or date]

NORTHAMPTON  DR 18/1/1818  1478

13½ by 7 in.

Contents:
Indenture made 28 July 18 Edward IV(1478) by Thomas Hunt of Norhamptone draper, granting to William Soffyndale draper,and Thomas his brother,mercer, that if they make an estate to him of the house their father held in Bryggestrete, lying between those of William Sykokkis bocher,and Lord Zouche and Saymore, as agreed by bond dated June 12, then if John their brother paythe said bond it is null and void. Seals i. The letter I. ii., The letter T.

Westhall  [no ref. or date]

WESTHALL  DR 18/1/1819  1432

10½ by 4½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim made by Nicholas Ruggeleye of Duntone esquire, to carry out his bond in 40 marks, with William Penythorne of Russhtone for which William grants that Nicholas shall make a writing to Thomas Catworthe and William Anabill to surrender his rights in the manor of
Westhall and the advowson of the church there and in the manor of Middleton co. Beds, called Bassettis. Dated 3 June 10 Henry VI.(1432) Seal lost.

Watford  [no ref. or date]

WATFORD; SILSWORTH CO NORTHANTS  DR 18/1/1820  1632

Contents:
Agreement dated 14 May 1632 between Sir Thomas Leigh and Sir John Lambe knight re a suit depending between Hastings Ingram esquire and Richard Parker concerning the Manor of Silsworth and Watford co Northants.
S. and S. by Lambe.

Nottinghamshire  [no ref. or date]

Averham  [no ref. or date]

AVERHAM CO NOTTINGHAM  DR 18/1/1821  1586

Contents:
Marriage settlement dated 20 April 28 Elizabeth 1586 for William son and heir apparent of William Sutton of Averham als Aram esq., and Susanna daughter of Thomas Cony of Bassingthorpe co Lincoln esq., Trustees Edmund Hall of Gretforde, co Lincoln esq., Thomas Leigh of Stoneleigh esq., and Richard Sutton of Lincoln's Inn, gent., of the Lordship of Aram etc.
Signed and sealed: William Sutton, Thomas Cony.
Witnesses: Robert Grace parson of Averham, Edmond Sutton, Robert Lebaude vicar of Rolston, Henry Dayntyth, John Vincent.

Oxfordshire  [no ref. or date]

Chipping Norton  [no ref. or date]

Chipping Norton.  DR 18/1/1822  1750

Contents:
Attested copy of the will dated 13 March 1750 of Henry Clark of Chipping Norton co. Oxford mercer. Property in Long Marston, Murcott in Minsterworth, Chipping Norton and Emlode.
Witnesses: John North, Robert Keytt, Elizabeth Imston .
Copy certified 22 October 1788.

Langford  [no ref. or date]

LANEFORD; RADCOTT CO OXFORD AND WESTMINSTER  DR 18/1/1823  1686/7

Contents:
Articles of agreement dated 9 March 3 James 2 between Henry Beck of Radcott co. Oxon esq., Martha his wife and Anne Beck widow his mother of the one part and Theophilus Leigh of Lenchwick co. Worcester esq. and Leonard Brandon of the city of London merchant of the other, settling lands in Radcott, Longford and Clanfield cos. Oxon and Berks, and an annuity charged on property in Tuthill Street in the parish of St. Margarets Westminster.
Signed by the parties of the first part. First and third seals gone.
Witnesses: James Cooke, Hen. Clerke, John Hooker, Nath Jenner.

Salford  [no ref. or date]

Salford co. Oxon  DR 18/1/1824  1631/32

Contents:
Lease by Sir William Leigh to Robert Weston,husb andman of the Tithes of Salford in the Manor of Bartletts.
S.by Thomas. Seal lost.
T. George Legh, Henry Ince, Robt Wedburn.
Feb.20 7th Charles (1631/32)

Shipton Under Wychwood  [no ref. or date]

SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD; Milton co. Oxon  DR 18/1/1825  1568

Contents:
Inden are dated 17th August 10 Elizabeth (1568) between Sir Edward Unton of Madley,co.Berks,kt and and Arthure Ashefild of Shipton under Whychwode gent. and Anne his wife,conveying them the Bocher's close in Milton, etc. S.and s.

SAIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD; Milton .co Oxon.  DR 18/1/1826  1631/2

Contents:
Confirmat on dated 10 Feb.7 Charles I (1631/2) between Thomas Ashfield of Milton in Shipton under Wychwoode, gent.and John Godfrey of Holwell gent. Of lands in Milton and Milton Sambroke
S.and s by Thomas
Seal broken.

SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD; Milton co Oxon  DR 18/1/1827  1632

Contents:
Feoffment dated 1 August 8 Charles I (1632) by Thomas Ashfield,Barbarah his wife and John Abington to John Godfrey, of premises t in Milton.with schedules of lands.
S.and s.

SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD; Milton co Oxon  DR 18/1/1828  1632

Contents:
Assignment of a Statute Staple dated 24 Sept 1632 by Henry and William Batson on the part of Thos Ashfield, to John Godfrey
S.and s.

SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD; Milton co Oxon  DR 18/1/1829  1632

Contents:
Exemplification of a Recovery suffered in Michelmas Term 1632, Charles Trinder gent dem:
Jo hn Godfrey ten: Thomas Ashfield gent.vouchee.

SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD; Milton co Oxon  DR 18/1/1830  1632

Contents:
Articles dated 1 Oct 1632 between Thomas Ashfield and John Abington of the one part;and John Godfrey of the other part; concerning payment for lands in Milton. S.and s.

SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD; Milton co Oxon  DR 18/1/1831  1632

Contents:
Bargain and Sale dated 22 Nov. 1632, between Thomas Ashfield William Webb, and Charles Bransby of the one part;and John Godfrey. of the same premises in Milton.
S.and s. Sealsdefaced.

SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD; MILTON CO OXFORD  DR 18/1/1832  1632

Contents:
Quitclaim by deed poll dated 18 December 8 Charles 1632 from Thomas Ashfield of Milton co. Oxon gent., and John Abington esqre., to John Godfrey of Holwell co. Oxon gent., of messuages and lands in Milton and Milton Sandbrooke in the parish of Shipton Underwichwood, co Oxon.
Signed and sealed by Thomas Ashfield and John Abington
Witnesses: Charles Trinder, William Christopher, John Hobbes.

SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD; Milton co Oxon  DR 18/1/1833  1671/2

Contents:
Probate of will of John Godfrey dated 12 March 1671-72 proved 9 May 1674. To son William his rights in the rectory of Holwell, Dau.Elizabeth £18 a year. out of lands in Milton and Barrington. John,Mary,and Elizabeth Goldsmith £150 each,on death of wife Mary.Eldest son Henry lands in Milton.Residue to wife,my executrix.
T John Hughes, David Hughes, Edward Curtis.
Proved at Oxford Seal

SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD; MILTON CO OXFORD  DR 18/1/1834  1681

Contents:
Bargain and Sale dated 29 July 1681 from Richard Busby of Milton co. Oxon husbandman and Mary his wife, Jane Pacy of Milton widow, John Hitchcocke of Chippingnorton same co. maulster, and William Farr of Brittenton in the parish of Stanlake same co. gent., to William Godfrey of Milton gent., of land and buildings mortgaged to the said William Farr in Milton.
Signed and sealed by the four first named, all by mark, and by William Farr.
Witnesses: William Steyte ? Simon Elkins, William. Richard. Richard Godfrey.
Injured by damp.

SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD; Milton co Oxon  DR 18/1/1835  1697

Contents:
Copy of the will of Henry Godfrey of Burford 4 Sept.1697. to be buried in the chancel at Burford. to eldest son John, messuage in Milts in Chispton 2nd son,Henry, 3rd son,Richard, daughter Mercy £100, and land in Filkin, dau.Mary, dau,Ann, etc. T.Wm Boules, John Dunsden, Mary Minchins,John Minchin.

SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD; Milton co Oxon  DR 18/1/1836  1706

Contents:
Settlement dated 6 April 1706,between John Godfrey gent.of the Ist part; John Bound of St Dunstan in the West,London, of the 2nd part; and William Marwood of the same, gent.of the 3rd part; of messuages and lands in Milton Sandbrooke.
S.and s.

SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD; Milton. co Oxon.  DR 18/1/1837  1706

Contents:
Recovery dated 5 Anne, (1706) William Marwood dem:
John Round ten: John Godfrey vouchee.

SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD; Milton co Oxon  DR 18/1/1838  1714

Contents:
Administration of the goods of Henry Godfrey granted to John Godfrey, lateof Milton, 18 March 1714.

SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD; Milton. co Oxon.  DR 18/1/1839-1841  1728

Contents:
Partition dated 26 June 1728 between William Leigh,Mary his wife,of the one part; and Thomas Wentworth esquire and Elizabeth his wife of the other part. S.and s.

SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD, OXON  DR 18/1/1842  1728/9

Contents:
Deed dated 4 January 1728/9 between Col Thos. Wentworth of St Georges Hanover Square and Elizabeth his wife of the one part and Sir Wm. Wentworth of Silkston co York bart and Lieut Gen. Joseph Sabine of Tewin co Herts of the other part, declaring the uses of a fine levied in Michaelmas term 1728 of the manor of Soots als Doors Als Wroths and lands in Standon.
Signed and sealed by the three first named.
Seals. a Chevron between 3 lions masks.
Witnesses: Wm. Henderson taylor in Villiers Street, Wm. Nicholson at the two blue posts in Clarges street Moyle Hawksworth servant to Col. Wentworth, Benjamin Steel, Ann Sykes.

SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD; Milton and Shiptonco Oxon.  DR 18/1/1843-1844  1754

Contents:
Final Concord levied the Morrow of All Souls 28 George II. (1754) between David Thomas gent plt: and William Leigh esquire,Mary his wife, & James Leigh esquire def: of two messuages etc. in Milton and Shipton under Whichwood.
Cons. £100

Milton in Shipton under Wychwood.  DR 18/1/1845  1813

Contents:
Lease by James Henry Leigh of Adlestrop to John Bunting of Asthalley co Oxon ;of a farm in Milton.
S and s.

Swinbrook  [no ref. or date]

SWINEBROOKE  DR 18/1/1846  1394

11½ by 4¼ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Demise by John Raves servant to Thomas de Bellocampo ,Earl of Warrewyke, to Walter Hardyng of Swunebroke and Cecilie his wife, of all the lands held by him in Swynebroke under Wychewode, of the said earl. Dated there Wednesday next St Aldhelm 17 Richard II. (1394). Seals i.obscure .ii.?.

Staffordshire  [no ref. or date]

County  [no ref. or date]

STAFFORD AND DERBY COUNTIES.  DR 18/1/1847  1600

Contents:
Covenant dated 1 Oct 42 Elizabeth 1600 from William Leighton of Hamstall Ridware esqre to Harecourt his son to stand seised of all his lands in the counties of Stafford and Derby.
Signed: Will Leighton.
Witnesses: Rich. Leighton, Foulke Langley, Walter Massie.
Seal. A boar.

Aldridge  [no ref. or date]

ALDRIDGE  DR 18/1/1848  1618/19

Contents:
Letters Patent dated 11 February 16 James, granting to Sir Edward Montford knight, a court leet and view of frankpledge within the manor lordships towns and hamlets of Alerwich als Aldrich, Great Barre, Hampstall Ridware, Maveson Ridware, Pipe Ridware and Hill Ridware. Good impression of the Great Seal.

ALDRIDGE  DR 18/1/1849  1628

Contents:
Recovery suffered in Trinity term 4 Charles of the Manor of Aldridge, Hugh Barker, esq., and Thomas Tomkis, gent., pet. Robert Ducie esq., and Anthony Biddulphe gent., ten.
Edward Montfort knight vouchee.
Exemplification dated 2 July 1628.
Seal lost.

ALDRIDGE  DR 18/1/1850  1628

Contents:
Inspeximus of a final concord, levied Trinity 4 Charles 1628 between Robert Ducie esq., and Anthony Biddulphe gent. plaintiffs. Sir Edward Mountfort knight and Simon Mountfort esquire defendants of the Manor of Allerwich alias Aldriche with appurtenances, with 7 cottages, 12 barns and gardens, 100 acres of land, 13 of meadow, 100 of pasture etc. in Aldriche, Barrex Magna, Rushall, Shelfield and Walsall. With view of Frankpledge etc.
Cons. £300.

ALDRIDGE  DR 18/1/1851  1630

Contents:
Release dated 22 Oct 1630 by John Brandreth of Weeford to John Jordan of Aldrich, of the manor of Allerwich, alias Alderwich alias Aldrich which he and John Jordan purchased of Sir Edward Mountfort knight, Symon Mountfort esq., Robert Daye esq., and Anthony Biddulph citizen and merchant of London, with the court leets, rents etc. of Great Barre Hamstall Ridware, Maveson Ridware, Pipe Ridware, and Hill Ridware.
S. by the grantor. Seal lost.
T. Richard Pegg, John Cox, Robt Baker.

Aldridge  DR 18/1/1852  1720

Contents:
Lease dated 19 Oct. 1720 by Thomas Jordan of Aldridge gent.and John Jordan of Cambridge, to Edward.lord Leigh of the court left, etc. of Aldridge
T. Joshua Wafforne, Thos Holbeche
S,and s by John and Thomas.

ALDRIDGE  DR 18/1/1853  1720

Contents:
Conveyance dated 20 Oct.1720,by Thomas Jordan of Aldridge,gent, and John Jordan fellow of Catherine Colledge Cambridge, to Edward lord Leigh; of the Court Leet and View of Frankpledge in Aldrich and its hamlets of Great Barr Hamstall,etc.
S.and s by Thos and John. Seals six escallops 3,2,1.
T. Joshua Wafforne, Thos Holbeche

ALDRIDGE  DR 18/1/1854  1720

Contents:
Bargain and sale dated 20 Oct 1720 of the court leet and View of Frankpledge of Aldridge, to Edward lord Leigh.
S and S as in the last.

ALDRIDGE  DR 18/1/1855  1720

Contents:
Appointment of attornies by Thomas Jordan of Aldridge co Staffs and John Jordan of Catherine Hall Cambridge, to appear for them in Chancery v Edward lord Leigh. 22 Oct 1720.
S. and S. by Thomas and John.

DRAYTON IN HALES parish  [no ref. or date]

Almington  DR 18/1/1856  1669

Contents:
Assignment of a lease dated 3 June 21 Charles II (1669) by Lord Leigh to Margaret widow of John Skrimsher of Norburyco.Staffs,esquire; of a messuage in Almington.
S ands by Margarett.

Longdon  [no ref. or date]

LONGDON  DR 18/1/1857  c.1290

8 by 3 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by Peter son of Richard de Allerwyge, to Geoffrey son of John le Falays of Longedone, of those lands Richard his brother sometime held. T. Robert de Pype, Reginald le Rous, Reginald de Lyntone, Phelip de Liswis, Robert Accestonye, walle, William de Breketone,and others. Seal lost. late 13th cent.

LONGDON  DR 18/1/1858  1328

9 by 2¾ in
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by Henry son of Ralph de Halsey, to Robert son of Richard le Rous, of all lands his brother Ralph de Halsey held at le Houshende of Longdone. T. Robert de Stounwalle, William Balle, Thomas le Rous, Hugh de Yoxhalle, John dela Walsche and others. Dated at Lychefelde, Tuesday next St Luke Ev:, 2 Edward III (18 Oct: 1328) Seal circular brown. A scorpion.... TALI..

LONGDON  DR 18/1/1859  1344

9 by 3 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Mud Waryn of Longedone, to Nicholas son of Thomas de Salfield of a plot of land in Longedone. lying next the highway to the Gorseleye, in width, and from land of Thomas le Galdelde to Chistlebrooke. T. Reginald de Halsey, William de Suttone, Robert le parkere, Henry de Bromleye, Robert de Budele, and others. Dated at Scherleye, Tuesday in St Matthew Ap. 18 Edward III (23 Feb: 1343-44). Seal lost.

Longdon  DR 18/1/1860  1385

10¼ by3¾ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by John Bates of Longdone to Nicholas de Salfelde and his heirs ,of land called ' le Rousende', of which he was enfeoffed by Thomas de Lyntone chaplain, and Henry Eme, who held if John Rous. T. William Burgeys, John de Afusone, John Scott, Richard de Bromleye, John Bedelle, and others. Dated at Longdone,Saturday in the feast of the Annunciation, 8 Richard II (25 March 1385).Seal. The letter W crowned between seven roundels.

Longdon  DR 18/1/1861  1405

11 by 4 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by Margaret relief of Hugh de Astone, daughter of John Rous of Longdone, to Richard de Galfelde, of all her claims to lands in Longdone. T. William Burgey, John de Brottone, Richard Walshe, Richard de Brottone, William Compedené, and others. Dated at Longdon, Saturday in St James Ap. 6 Henry IV,(25 July 1405) Seal A gohic letter H.

Longdon  DR 18/1/1862  1429

9½ by 5 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by John Rous of Brerdone, to Thomas Lyot vicar of the parish church of Longedone. and Elene his wife, of lands called le Rowssende, which Robert his father held. T. John Broktone, Richard Ruggeleye, Thomas Boteler,and many others. Dated at Longdone, on the feast of St Laurence 7 Henry VI (10 August 1429) Seal The letter R crowned.

Longdon  DR 18/1/1863  1429

Contents:
Confirmation of the above

Longdon  DR 18/1/1864  1439

10½ by 3¼ in
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by Thomas Lyot and Elene his wife, to William Galfelde of Chorleye, of all their claims to le Rousende. T. Robert Birde, William Bourone, William Balle, and others. Dated at Longdone, Monday in St Lucy 18 Henry VI (14 Dec: 1439) Seals, i.A fleur de Lis. ii.A female saint with suppliant.

Longdon  DR 18/1/1865  1457

II by 4½ in.

Contents:
Demise by William Galfelde to John Galfelde and Thomas Porter, of the meadow Robert Wich held. Dated on the feast of All Saints 36 Henry VI (1 Nov: 1457) Seals i.lost.ii. The letter E.

Longdon  DR 18/1/1866  1507

11½ by 4½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Letters of Margerie Galfeld of Rollesham co. Bucks, attorning William Stonywalle, William Dekyne, and Dunsun Meoscove, to take seisin of all the lands etc in Lonfdon and to collect rents. Dated at Rollesham Wednesday after the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross 23 Henry VII (15 Sept: 1507) Seal lost.

Norton Canes  [no ref. or date]

Norton Canes  DR 18/1/1867  1398

10½ by 3 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim by William Norton lord of Nortone upon Cannoke to Nicholas Ruggeleye, of rents in Nortone and Wirleye. T. John Swinnertone, Richard Reynald, Thomas Muryelle, Hugh Smythe of Shareshulle, Richard Loue and others. Date
Dated at Shareshulle, Monday in the Feast of St Laurence 22 Richard II ( 12 August 1398) Seal circular,gleen. A pheasnt.

Hampstall  [no ref. or date]

HAMPSTALL RIDWARE  DR 18/1/1868  1465

10 by 4¼ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Letters of John Cotone ,attorning Henry Huyde and William Stukley, to take sesin from Sir Walter Blount lord of Mountjoy, Treasurer of England, William Hotone, Nicholas Fitzherbert of Northbury, esquires, Ralph ,John, Robert,and William his sons, William Duffield rector of Hampstall, Thomas Claureleye, chaplain,and John Rollesley, of the Manor of Ridwarehampstalle, and lands there and in Yoxall. with the advowsons of both churches and the manor of Thurcaston co.Derby,Dated 1 July 5 Edward IV ( 1465). Seal An eagle displayed.

RIDWARE HAMPSTALL  DR 18/1/1869  1476

Contents:
Original will of John Cootone of Ridware - hampstall esq:, Dated 18 May 16 Edward IV (1476) To wife, Joan, the manor of Thurlastonand lands in Keyham, during the minority of son Richard, To said son, the the said manor and that of Gayton and lands in Bretrechfeld,Longdon parva, and Totynley; to son John the manor of Doylstonand lands in Norler and Rosyhton,after the death of Margaret wife of son Richard the lands in Prestwon and Astonfeld, Thomas my brother

Hamstall Ridware  DR 18/1/1870  1586

14 by 8 in

Contents:
Grant to Thomas Harecourte, gent.,by Thomas Fytzherbert his cousin, of an annuity od £6.13.4. out of lands in Staffordshire. 25 Feb.29 Elizabeth (1585) Seal. lost.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL CO STAFFORD AND HATHERSAGE CO DERBY  DR 18/1/1871  1593/6

Contents:
Bargain and sale dated 27 Feb. 38 Elizabeth by Thomas Fitzherberte of Norburye co. Derby, esquire to Michael Wykes, citizen and clothworker of London, and Richard Hunte of Salop co Salp. draper, of all his lands called Over and Nether Hurste, Netherhall, and Boothes, in the lordship and parish of Hathersyche, or Hathersedge co Derby and of Rowley and Ridware parks in Hamstall Ridware and Agarsley co Stafford.
Signed. T. Fytsherbert.
Witnesses: Richarde Edwardes, Thomas Tooker, Ric. Wotton servant of Walter Meredith scrivener.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1872  1597

Contents:
Lease dated 26 May 38 Elizabeth 1596 from Thomas Fitzherbert of Norbury co Derby esqre, to Thomas Tonge of St Clement Danes sheeremaker, of the mansion house called Hartesmeere.
Signed: T. Fitzherbert with seal.
Witnesses: John Harwarde scrivener, Patrich Sacheverell, Myles Somerford, Raff Hall, John Bamford, Edward Browne.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1873  1596

Contents:
Counterpart of /1872
Signed and Sealed. Thomas Tonge, seal broken.
Same witnesses, with the addition of John Walton.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL.  DR 18/1/1874  1596

Contents:
Defeasance dated 27 May 38 Elizabeth 1596, between Thomas Fitzherbert of Norbury co Derby esq. and Thomas Tonge of St Clement Danes, London sheeremaker of the lease of previous days date of "Hartsmere" in Hampstall Ridware.
Signed Thomas Tonge, seal gone.
Witnesses: John Harwarde scrivener, Patrick Sacheverell, John Bamford, Myles Somerford, Edmund Browne, John Walton, George Hawkesworthe by his mark.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL.  DR 18/1/1875  1598

Contents:
Assignment dated 20 Oct 40 Elizabeth 1598 from Thomas Tonge of St Clement Danes, co Middx shermaker, to Richard Edwardes of Barton under Needwood and Richard Barbour of Maryson Ridware co Staffs, gentlemen of the lease made to him in 1596 (/1872) of Hartesmere in Hampstall Ridware.
Signed and sealed by Thomas Tonge. Seal, a bull.
Witnesses: John Chadwick, Raphe Weston, William Walter, John Fynors, Nicholas Lathorpe.

HAMSTALL RIDWARE.  DR 18/1/1876  1600

13 by 8¼ ins.

Contents:
Assignment of lease dated 31 March 42 Elizabeth 1600, by Thomas Eyre gent, to Harecourt Leighton, son and heir to William Leighton esquire, of a lease dated 2 Feb. 39 Elizabeth, by Thomas Fitzherbert to Nicholas Blackwell, of two water mills etc.
S. and S. by Eyre. Seal defaced.
T. Thos. Leighton, Richard Alsope, Wm. Panmore.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL.  DR 18/1/1877  1601

Contents:
Indenture dated 8 Nov. 43 Elizabeth 1601 between Anthony Fitzherbert and Sir Thomas Leigh, Covenanting that the said Sir Thomas at his charge shall have a conveyance from Anthony of the manor of Hamstall Ridware, Rowley and Ridware parkes and the advowson of Hampstall Ridware.
Signed. Antony Fitzherbert. Seal W.M.
T. Arth. Dyot, Thos. Chamberlayne, Ric. Leighton, Symon Wyseman, P. Cotton, Robt. Calcott, Walt Massie, George Wilkensonne, George Gosse.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1878  1601

Contents:
Assignment dated 3 Dec. 44 Elizabeth 1601 from Richard Shepham, citizen and merchant taylor of London and William Leighton of Stone, co Staffs esq. to George Gosse of Stonely, gent. of a Statute Staple dated 16 May 41 Elizabeth 1599, to recover debts.
Signed: Richard Shepham, Will Leighton.
Seals: i Armorial, obscure. ii A wyvern.
Witnesses: Rich. Leighton, John Gilbert, William Siddon, George Wilkinsonne, Thos. Chamberlayne, Walter Massie.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1879  1601

Contents:
Statute Staple dated 8 Dec. 44 Elizabeth 1601, between William Leighton of Hampstall Ridware esquire, and Sir Thomas Leigh.
Signed and sealed by William Leighton and Th. Anderson.
Seal of the Staple and A defaced armorial seal.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1880  1602

Contents:
Inspeximus dated 9 June 44 Elizabeth the record enrolled in Hilary term 43 Elizabeth of proceedings in the previous Michaelmas term by Edward Bellingham jun. esq., by his attorney William Browne, against Walter Massie, Francis Yate, John Averell, Richard Wright, and Richard Deebancke in the Marshalsea, on a plea of Trespass etc., upon lands in Hampstall.
Seal broken.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1881  1603/4

Contents:
Bond of Anthony Fitzherbert of Norbury to Sir Thomas Leigh 24 Feb. 1 James 1603/4 to assure Rowley park.
Seal A chief vairy, over all a bond.
T. George Gosse, R. Alport.

HAMSTALL RIDWARE  DR 18/1/1882  1609

27 by 20 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 27 Nov. 7 James I (1609) by Richard Barbor of Stone,gent.,and Richard Edwards of Barton Underneedwood, to Nicholas Samon and William Morrey of Staretone; of the manorhouse of Hartsmere, and its lands. which Thomas Fitzharberte of Norbury, by deed 26 May 38 Elizabeth,leased to Thomas Tounnge of St Clement Danes.
S.and s by grantors. Seals i A hearded head. ii R.L.
T.Peter Alport,peter Shott, James Prescott, William Bareslough, William Benns.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1883  1612

Contents:
Final Concord levied Easter 10 James 1612 between George Biddle gent plaintiff and Thomas Fitzherbert Esq., defendant. of the manor of Hampstall Ridware and Rowley parks, 30 messuages, 10 cottages, 30 tofts. 2 water mills, 10 dovecots, 30 gardens and orchards, 50 acres of arable, etc. in Ridware Hampstall.
Cons £320.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1884  1612

Contents:
Power of Attorney dated 20 April 10 James 1612 from Sir Thomas Leigh and Katherine his wife, to George Biddull of Hampstall Ridware, to take seisin from Richard Hunt of Salop co. Salop of Rowley Park and Ridware Park in Ridware Hampstall and Agarsley.
Signed and sealed by Thomas and Katherine.
Witnesses Wm. Wale, Thos Partridge.
Seals broken.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1885  1612

Contents:
Confirmation dated 21 April 1612, from Richard Hunt of Salop co Salop draper, to Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneley and Katherine his wife, of Rowley and Ridware parks in Ridware Hampstall and Agarsley.
Signed Richard Hunte. Seal a fragment.
Witnesses to the sealing, and to livery of seisin at Rowley Park Lodge on April 22: Pe. Alport, William Towers, John Harvie, James Hollis by his mark. John------, Edward Brickland.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1886  1612

Contents:
Confirmation dated 21 April 1612, by Thomas Fitzherbert of Hampstall Ridware esquire, to George Byddle of Tachbrooke Episcopi gent.
[ on behalf of Sir Thomas Leigh] of the manor of Hampstall Ridware, and its members, with Ridware and Rowley parks and the advowson of the Parish Church.
Signed. T. Fitzherbert.
Seal A cross patonce impaling a fesse between three estoiles. Crest ?.
Witnesses: Rowley Warde, Tho Marburye, Simon Wiseman, Avery Edwardes.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1887  1612

Contents:
Lease dated 28 April 1612 by Sir Thomas Leigh to Thomas Spencer of Claredon esqre, of the manor of Hampstall Ridware, Ridware and Rowley park, and the Advowson of the parish church.
Signed and sealed by Thomas Leigh.
Seal, Arms and crest of Leigh.
T. Rowley Warde, George Biddle, Avery Edwardes, James Prescott, Gerralde Cavanaghe.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1888  1612

Contents:
Conveyance dated 1 May 1612, by Sir Thomas Leigh to George Biddle of Bishopps Tachebrooke, of the manor of Hampstall Ridware etc. on condition of his paying £12,000 in one sum on St Bartholomews day.
Signed and sealed by Thomas.
Seal, Arms and crest of Leigh.
T. Rowley Warde, Avery Edwards, James Prescott, Garralde Cavanaghe. Enrolled in chancer

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1889  1614

Contents:
Covenant dated 8 May 12 James 1614 from Thomas Fitzherbert of Hampstall Ridware esqre., to Sir Thomas Leigh, reciting a suit depending in Chancery between Fitzherbert and Rowland and Thomas Eyre, for the reconveyance to George Biddle on behalf of Sir Thomas Leigh of Bentleys and Blythe meadow in Hampstall Ridware.
Signed T. Fitzherbert.
Seal. A....head erased.
Witnesses: Thomas Spencer, Arth. Maynwaringe, Rowle Warde, John King, Reginalde Parkes.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1890  1614

Contents:
Final Concord levied in St Martin 12 James 1614.
Sir Thomas Leigh Knight and Baronet and Katherine his wife plaintiff: Edward Bellingham of Woodmancote and Cecilie his wife, defendant: of Rowley Parke and Ridware Parke, 30 acres of meadow 50 of pasture, 200 of wood, 20 of free warren and open water in Ridware Hampstall and Agarsley.
Cons. £160.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1891  1614

Contents:
Covenant dated 9 Dec 1614 from Sir Edward Bellingham of Woodmancote co. Sussex knight to Sir Thomas Leigh knight and bart. and Katherine his wife, and Thomas Leigh esqre. and Mary his wife, in performance of an order of the High Court of Chancery made 19 November 1614 to levy a fine of Ridware and Rowley Parks.
Signed and sealed by Edward Bellingham.
Seal, Crest a demi-stag.
Witnesses: Edw. Grevill, Fran. Clerke, George's Rowley Warde, William Wale, James Prescott, Edmund Jackeman.
Bond. attached.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1892  1614

Contents:
Deed Poll dated 9 December 12 James of Sir Edward Bellingham of Woodmancoate co Sussex knight, confirming to Thomas Leigh knight and Bart.and Katherine his wife, and Thomas Leigh esq., and Mary his wife, Ridware and Rowley parks.
Signed and sealed by Edward Bellingham.
Seal A stag issuant.
Witnesses: Edw. Grevill, Fran. Clerke, Rowley Warde, George Gosse, William Wale, James Prescott, Edmond Jackeman.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1893  1614

Contents:
Power of attorney dated 26 December 12 James from Sir Thomas Leigh and Katherine his wife and Thomas Leigh esq., and Mary his wife to George Biddle, Edmund Franklin and Thomas Sutton yeoman to take seisin from Sir Edward Bellingham of Ridware and Rowley parks in Ridware Hampstall and Agarsley.
Signed and sealed by Sir Thomas and Katherine and Thomas.
Seals i Arms and crest of Leigh. ii. N.C. iii. Arms and crest of Leigh.
Witnesses. Wm. Wale, Edw. Boughton, Wm. Riplinghs Robt Catesby, Nicholas Coleman, Tho. Williamsone.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1894  1614/5

Contents:
Confirmation dated 6 Feb. 12 James 1614/5 from George Gose of the city of Westminster co Middx. gent. to Sir Thomas Leigh and Dame Katherine his wife, of the manor of Hamstall Ridware, the parks known as Ridware Park and Rowley Park, and the advowson of the parish church of Hampstall Ridware.
Signed and sealed by George Gorse.
Seal A pelican.
Witnesses. Rowley Warde, Fra. Collyns, Wm. Wale.
Enrolled in Chancery.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL.CO STAFFS.  DR 18/1/1895  1616

Contents:
Covenant dated 17 May 14 James (1616) from John Norden of Hendon co Middx. gent. and Josias Norden of Hurste Castle co Southants gent, his son, executors of the will of Richard Weekes esquire, to Sir Thomas Leigh knight and baronet for the conveyance to the latter of lands to be extended under statutes staple of 16 and 28 Feb. 1596/7 in Hamstall Mavesyn and Pype Ridware.
Signed and sealed by the Nordens.
Seals Armorial, i. Two chevronels between three martlets. ii. A chevron between three crosses crosslet?.
Witnesses: Rowley Warde, Nic Hornsey, John Peers, Edmond Jackeman, James Prescott.

Ridware Hamstall  DR 18/1/1896  1616

Contents:
Power of Attorney dated 27 Nov. 14 James 1616, from Simon Glover administrator of the goods, etc of Thomas Pulteney late of St Martin in the Fields, to George Biddulfe and William Wale to receive of the Sheriff of Staffordshire possession of lands late of Thomas Fitzherbert esqre. deceased, lately seized under a statute staple and to hold all such as were the inheritance of Sir Thomas Leigh.
Signed and sealed by Simon.
Seal A swan.
Witnesses. Jas Prescott, Jas Mintern, John Peirce, Symon Mellis.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1897  1616

Contents:
Agreement dated 28 Nov. 14 James 1616 from William Beecher of London merchant and William his son to Sir Thomas Leigh knight and baronet, reciting the assignment to the former of certain interests of Symon Glover for conveyance to the latter of lands formerly of Thomas Fitzherbert to be extended under a statute staple of 6 June 1583 in Hampstall Ridware etc.
S. and S. by the Beechers.
Seals: 1. Vairy, on a canton a stag's head caboshed. 2. A chevron between three crosses crosslet.
Witnesses. James Prescott, Abraham Randell, James Mintern, Edmond Jackman.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1898  1616/7

Contents:
Power of Attorney dated 26 Feb. 1616/7 from John Norden of Hendon co Middx. gent., and Josias Norden of Hurst Castle co Southampton gent, executors of the will of Richard Weekes esqre., appointing George Biddulf and William Wall gents, to receive of the sheriff of the county of Staffs, the manors of Sir Thomas Leigh.
Signed and sealed by the Nordens.
Seals defaced.
Witnesses: Nich Hornsey, Abraham Randells, Thomas Bond.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL.  DR 18/1/1899  1618/9

20 by 14½ in.

Contents:
Lease dated 7 Jan. 16 James 1 1618/9 by Sir Thomas and Lady Katherine Leigh, to John Kent of St Giles in the fields Midx. of Hartsmere farm in Hamstall Ridware.
S. and S. by Kent. Seal a bracket hound and F.G. T. Fra.Grammer, Tho.Partridge, Wm. Wale.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL.  DR 18/1/1900  1619

Contents:
Assignment dated 7 May 17 James 1619, from John and Josias Norden to Thomas Partridge gent servant to Sir Thomas Leigh, of a statute staple and lands extended thereon in Hampstall Ridware etc.
Signed and sealed by the Nordens. Seals i, Two chevronels between three martlets. ii, A chevron between three crosses crosslet.
T. Rowley Warde, Edmond Jackeman, Roger Pollard, Thomas Tomsonne.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1901  1619

Contents:
Assignment dated 26 July 17 James(1619) from Sir William Harmen of Lambeth Marsh co Surrey knight, and Bartholemewe Beale of Graies Inn gent. and Thomas Paetridge of the same, gent., reciting the outlawry of Robert Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt co Oxon and the indebtedness to him of Thomas Fitzherbert of Norbury co Derby and subsequent seizure of his lands, of all their interest in the manor of Hampstall Ridware etc.
Signed and sealed by William and Bartholemew.
Seals i Quarterly 1 and 4 A cross charged with....? ii and iii a chevron between three....? Crest A stag's head issuant from a crest coronet. ii obliterated.
Witnesses. Lawrence March, Tho. Procter, John Kent by his mark.

HAMSTALL RIDWARE  DR 18/1/1902  1620

12¼ by 7¼ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Thomas Leigh of Stonely to William Procter of Boddington, of the next presentation to the living of Hampstall Ridware. 29 Sept. 18 James I (1620) s by Thomas, Seal lost.
T.Tho.Partridge, Will: Wale.

HAMSTALL RIDWARE.  DR 18/1/1903  1620

13 by 6 in. 13½ by 6.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of William Procter of Boddington co. Northhants, and John Procter of the same, clerk, to Sir Thomas Leigh of Stonely knight & baronet, 29 Sept. 18 James 1 (1610) to abide by the grant of the next presentation to the parish church of Hamstall Ridware.
S. & S. by the Procters. i. Quarterly 1. A chevron between three helmets. 11, a lion rampant. 111, a cross patonce. IV, a fesse between six mullets. ii, a pelican vulning itself.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1904  1620/1

Contents:
Assignment dated 4 March 18 James 1620/1 from William Wale gent and Thomas Partridge gent. to Edward Spencer esqre youngest son of Robert lord Spencer, Baron of Warmeleighton, Thomas Spenser of Clavedon esq., John Spencer esq., eldest son of Sir Richard Spencer of Offley co. Herts. and Thomas Bond of the city of London esq., of all their interest derived by assignment from Sir William Harman knight and Bartholomew Beale in the manor of Hampstall Ridware etc.
Signed and sealed by Wale and Partridge.
Seals: i. A pelican in piety. ii. T.P.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL.  DR 18/1/1905  1624

Contents:
Writ and Inquisition, the latter dated 8 July 22 James 1624 and held at Wolverhampton, arising on proceedings by Agnes Slepe widow, executrix of the will of Edward Slepe deceased, V. Sir Thomas Leigh on account of a debt incurred by Thomas Fitzherbert and charged on a moiety of the manor of Hampstall Ridware.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL.  DR 18/1/1906  1624

Contents:
Assignment dated 16 August 22 James from Agnes Slepe of St Bride's London widow, executrix of Edward Slepe, to Thomas Partridge, servant to Sir Thomas Leigh in trust for the said Sir Thomas Leigh of a moiety of the manor of Ridware.
Signed: Agnes Slepe by her mark.
Witnesses: Rowley Warde, Edm Jackeman, John Ducke.

RIDWARE, HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1907  1627

Contents:
Power of attorney dated 7 May 3 Charles 1627 from Josias Norden of Hurst Castle, gent.surviving executor of Richard Weekes esq., Dame Katherine Leigh, and Sir Thomas Leigh knight and baronet to Thomas Partridge, Edmond Bolsworth and Thomas Hurlston, to take possession from the sheriff of Staffordshire of the estates formerly of Thomas Fitzherbert esquire.
Signed and sealed by Josias Norden.
Seal. Quarterly 1 and 4 Three crosses patonce slipped. 2 and 3 Three swans.
T. Rowley Warde, Edm: Bolsworth, Edmond Jackeman, John Gibbert.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1908  1627

Contents:
Assignment dated 7 May 3 Charles from Josias Norden of Hurst Castle co Southampton gent. surviving executor of the will of Richard Weekes esqre deceased to Dame Katherine Leigh of Stonely widow and Sir Thomas Leigh of Fletchamstead Parke knight and bart. of the manor of Hamstall Ridware, the two parkes called Rowley Park and Ridware Park and lands called Bentleyes in Hampstall, Maveson and Pype Ridware.
Signed: and Sealed by Josias Norden.
Witnesses: Rowley Warde Edm: Bolsworth, Edward Jackemen, John Gibbert.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL.  DR 18/1/1909  1627

Contents:
Release dated 7 May 3 Charles from Josias Norden of Hurst Castle co Southampton gent. to Dame Katherine Leigh of Stoneley widow, Sir Thomas Leigh of Fletchamstead Parke Knight and bart. and Thomas Partridge gent. servant to the said Dame Katherine Leigh of a rent of £8 p.a. and all other his interest in the lands called Bentleyes in Hampstall Ridware.
Signed and sealed by Josias Norden.

HAMSTALL RIDWARE  DR 18/1/1910  1627

Contents:
Bond of Josias Norden to Sir Thomas Leigh, 7 May 3 Charles 1627 to keep covenants.
Signed and sealed by Josias Norden.
Witnesses as before.

HAMSTALL RIDWARE  DR 18/1/1910A  1 April 5 Charles I [1629]

Contents:
Licence from King Charles I to Thomas Leighe knt. and bart. and Mary his wife to alienate to Robert Leigh esq. and William Bromwell gent. the manor of Hampstall Ridware alias Hamscall Ridware alias Ridware Hampscall alias Ridware Hamscall [Hamstall Ridware] co. Stafford, 20 messuages, 10 cottages, 2 water mills, 20 gardens, 20 orchards, 500 acres of land, 200 acres of meadow, 1,000 acres of pasture, 200 acres of wood, 200 acres of heath, 20 acres of marsh land and free warren in Hampstall Ridware, Rowley [Rowley Regis] and Agarsley alias Agardsley [Agardsley] and 2 parks called Rowley and Ridware together with the advowson of the church of Hampscall Ridware, all in co. Stafford.
Great seal of Charles I - repaired.

Hampstall Ridware  DR 18/1/1911  1651

9¾ by 4¼ in.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of Thomas Leigh to St John Gwilliams of Grayès Inn, gent., in £1000, 20 March 1651. to keep covenants.
T. Tymothy Littleton, L.Kerry, Ro.Harsnett, Jo Dicksome

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1912  1653

12 by 10½ in.

Contents:
Lease dated 28 April 1653 by Sir Thomas Leigh, to William Maskery of Hamstall Ridware yeoman, of Hartsmeere Farm.
T. Sam. Hinton, George Lowe, Will Clearke.
Seal lost.

HAMSTALL RIDWARE  DR 18/1/1913  1653

22 by 12 in.

Contents:
Lease by Sir Thomas Leigh, to William Maskery of Hampstall Ridware, of Hartysmeere Farm, etc. S and sealed by Sir Thomas. Seal defaced.
T.Sam: Hinton, George Lowe, Will: Cleark.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1914  1653/4

Contents:
Lease dated 21 Feb 1653-54 by Sir Thomas Leigh to Richard Alsope of lands called the Redinges.
Sealed.
T. Tho. Buller, Wm. Clearke.

HAMSTALL RIDWARE.  DR 18/1/1915  1661

24 by 8 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 31 Oct. 1661 by Sir Thomas Leigh, to Richard Alsopp, husbandman, of the premisis there.
S. & S. by Richard .
T. William Pargiter, John Bagnold.
Seal lost.

Hampstall Ridware  DR 18/1/1916  1664

21 by 12 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 26 March 1664, by Richard Gifford of Lokersley co.Hants, and Dame Jane his wife, late wife of Sir Thomas Leigh. to Hugh Bayley the younger,yeoman, of a messuage, called Fanley and Watkins meadow.
S and s by Hugh. T. Mary Grosvenor, Jo.Rawlins, Anne Clarke.

HAMSTALL RIDWARE.  DR 18/1/1917  1664

30 by 22 in. damaged.

Contents:
Lease dated 11 July 16 Charles 2 (1664) by Charles viscount Muskerry, and Edward Fitzharries of Cloghin Otsey co Limerick, of the 1st part; Richard Clifford of Hamstall Ridware esquire and Dame Jane relict of Sir Thomas Leigh of the 2nd part; and Ridgeley Hatfield of London, esquire of the 3rd part: citing a deed of 4 May 1649, Thomas Leigh of the 1st part; William Marshall citizen and merchant taylor of London and Humfrey Terrick of London gent: of the manor of Hamstall Ridware etc.
S. by Hatfield. Seal lost.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1918  1671

Contents:
Inspeximus of a final concord, levied Trinity term 23 Charles 2 1671, between Charles Duckworth and Francis Winton gents. plaintiffs and Thomas Leigh esquire defendant, of the Manor of Hamstall Ridware etc. The Exemplification is dated 5 July 1671.
Seal lost.

HAMSTALL, RIDWARE.  DR 18/1/1919  1674

29 by 18 in.

Contents:
Grant dated 21 Dec 1674 by Thomas lord Leigh to Sir William Egerton K.B., of the manor of Hamstall Ridware. etc.
T. Jo. Eddows, Mark Wills, Margaret Teynham.

HAMSTALL RIDWARE  DR 18/1/1920  1674

Contents:
Mortgage by Thomas lord Leigh, to John Earl of Bridgewater, of the manor of Hamstall Ridware and its lands. 21 Dec. 1674. Seal defaced.

Hamstall Ridware  DR 18/1/1921  1676

18 by II in.

Contents:
Grant of a rent-charge 6 Nov. 1676, by Thomas lord Leigh to Mary Ullock of Yoxall, servant to Lady Jane Leigh.
S and s by Mary.Seal a scythe? and fleur de lis.
T. Robert Wright, Rich: Hall.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1922  1681

Contents:
Lease dated 23 Jan. 1681 by Thomas lord leigh, to William Webb of Colton, of the unexecuted

Hamstall Ridware  DR 18/1/1923  1681

24 by 19 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 23 Jan. 1681 by Thomas lord Leigh to William Webb of Colton co.Staffs, of Hampstall Ridware Hall. S and s by William. with schedule of rooms
T. William Dale, Rich: Blackburne, Will.James.

Hamstall Ridware  DR 18/1/1924  1683

12 by 14 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 12 May 1683, by Thomas lord Leigh, to John Trustance of Hampstall Ridware, of Rowley House.
S.and s.

Hamstall Ridware  DR 18/1/1925  1711

30 by 16 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 26 Jan. 1711. Edward lord Leigh, to Edward Ryley, of a messuage and land
S.and s. by Lord Leigh. Seal.arms and coronet.

RIDWARE HAMSTALL  DR 18/1/1926  1760

Contents:
Lease dated 1 June 1760 from John Offley of Wichnor esquire, lord of the manor of Wichnor, to the Trustees of Edward lord Leigh a minor, of game and fishing rights in that part of the manor of Wichnor within the vills of Nethertown and Cowley which lay in the parish of Hamstall Ridware.
Signed John Offley.
Seal broken.
Witnesses: John Dighton, Mich. Robinson.

RIDWARE MAVESYN  DR 18/1/1927  1661

Contents:
Lease dated 28 Sept 1661 from Sir Thomas Leigh knight to Edward Fletcher, yeoman for three lives of Peacock Holmes in the parish of Maveson Ridware.
Witnesses: Aug. Fitzgerald, Humphrey Fletcher by mark. William Clarke.

RIDWARE PIPE  DR 18/1/1928  1587

Contents:
Lease dated 6 Sept 1587 by Thomas Fitzherbert of Hampstall Ridware esqre, to Robert Cowley, citizen and skinner of London, of a messuage adjoining Connygree, with pasture grounds called Cowehey, Bromefield and the Basens and meadow grounds in Kingesbramly, Hansylaer and Yoxhall meadows, all in the parish of Pyperydware.
Signed and sealed by Robert.
Seal a cross patonce.

STONE  DR 18/1/1929  1598

10¾ by 3½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Statute Staple of William Layton of Stone to John Trewman of Mynster Lovell co Oxon, gent.
5 July 40 Elizabeth 1598.
Seals defaced.

Stone  [no ref. or date]

Stone  DR 18/1/1930  1599

Contents:
Statute Staple of William Leighton of Stone to John Parry of Poston co.Hereford to Richard Stepham citizen and merchant of London, in £50. 16 May 41 Elizabeth.Seals i of the Staple. ii.Three lozengebuckles ( Leighton) iii A phenix (Jo Parry) iv Quarterly I & IV A chevron between three crosses croslet. II.& III five sexfoils in saltire.

Somerset  [no ref. or date]

SOMERSET AND OTHER COUNTIES  [no ref. or date]

County  DR 18/1/1931  1801

Contents:
Declaration of Trusts dated 13 May 1801 between William lord Bagot of the 1st part; Dorothy Mordaunt of the 2nd part; John Mordaunt of the 3rd part; under the will of Penelope Mordaunt.
Sand s.

Portbury and Portishead  [no ref. or date]

PORTBURY AND PORTISHEAD  DR 18/1/1932  1626

21 by 11 in.

Contents:
Release by Dame Katherine relict of Sir Thomas Leigh, reciting a fine of the manors in Ascension 42 Elizabeth, to Sir Thomas Leigh by Thomas Berkeley knight, and to Thomas Chamberleyne knight, Justice of King's Bench, viz of the manors of Portbury and Portished with 100 messuages, two mills, 100 gardens, 800 a cres of arable, etc. which she hereby lets to Edmund Stubbe of Huntingfield, co Suffolk and John Stubbe of the Inner Temple. Seal i Out of a crest coronet a panache of feathers. ii. lost.
T. Will: Nobbs, Rich: Randeld, Clement Coke, Rich: Danyell, Henry Ashelee.
2 June 1626.

Surrey  [no ref. or date]

Egham  [no ref. or date]

EGHAM. Surrey  DR 18/1/1933  1536

11 by 6 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Thomas Day of Egham, yeoman, confirming to Richard Sitwyke, a close and grove called 'yngfelde',acquired from John Browne; a close acquired from Henry Wyke; an acre lying upon Highfield; and a grove called 'Pacchers'. Dated 1 June 28 Henry VIII.(1536) Seal,W.B.

EGHAM  DR 18/1/1934  1546

10½ by 5½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Grant by Thomas Browne of Egham husbandman, confirming to Henry Dey,husbandman, lands at Litell Hill, between l ands of John Wall in the N, Henry Walden on the W, and Yngfeld on the E.and the highway. Dated 27 August 33 Henry VIII (1546)

EGHAM. Surrey  DR 18/1/1935  1547

Contents:
Grant by Richard at Wyke confirming to Anthony son of John at Wyke, an acre of arable land and acres of wood lying in Thorpe co.Surrey; between lands of Thomas Welbeloved on the N. Horsmede on the S., and an acre in Egham, lying between land of William Mershe to the N.and S., and Rynecroft on the E.,and the highway. T. John Alen, Nicholas Butler, Henry Bishop, Henry Wykes, William Fuller. Dated 2 March 1546-47 Seal broken

Egham  DR 18/1/1936  1561

Contents:
Final Concord levied 3 Elizabeth (1561), between Morgan Lloyd gent. quer: John Hippesley gent and Mary his wife def: of 4 messuages and gardens, 10 acres of arable 10 of meadow ,10 of Pasture in Egham and Chertesey. Cons £40.

EGHAM  DR 18/1/1937  1565

Contents:
Grant dated 8 April 7 Elizabeth from Ellyn widow of John Cutt of Westminster, to Thomas Daye of Chertsey shoemaker, of a messuage next the Parish Barne and lands in Egham.
T. Morgan Wyllyams, Edward Sakevyle, John Wenham, John Derrick.
Seal obscure.

Egham  DR 18/1/1938  1566

Contents:
Bargain and sale dated 14 Nov. 1566 by Morgan Lloyd to William Kitchin, of the King's Read Inn
S.and s.

Egham  DR 18/1/1939  1566/7

Contents:
Grant dated 18 Jan.9 Elizabeth (1566-67),by Richard Daye quitclaiming to Thomas Daye of Chertesey his estate in Westryde in Egham.

EGHAM  DR 18/1/1940  1566/7

Contents:
Bargain and sale dated 10 Jan.1566/7, by Richard Daye of Stanes ,miller,son fo Henry Daye of Egham yeoman, to Thomas Daye of Chertsey, of a pasture abutting upon Yngfeld.
T. Edward Jobson, John Pery, Peter Taylor, Will.
Sparhawke.
Seal lost

Egham  DR 18/1/1940a  27 Dec 1567

Contents:
Bargain and sale between Thomas Daye of Chertsey, Surrey, shoemaker and William Kitchen of the same place, glover, for £40, of a messuage or tenement with five acres of land and one little grove of half an acre lying in the parish of Egham, which Thomas Daye bought of Ellen Cutt, widow and executrix of John Cutt of Westminster, for £20. The messuage lies in Egham, bounded on the east by the parish barn and the barn of Thomas Clerke on the west.
The five acres lie in 'Hythefelde' and are in the occupation of Thomas Roughe.
In addition, Daye sells to Kitchen one close of land and one grove of wood called Westryde, in Egham, 1 acre in Highfield between the land of John Bonse and John Clarke; one grove of wood lying under Egham Hill, called Patchers Grove, all of which Daye had bought from Richard Daye of Staines, son and heir of Henry Daye, late of Egham, for £12-11-0.

EGHAM  DR 18/1/1941  1591

Contents:
A. Book of all the fences in the Merche, Romme meade, Yard mead and Hiefelde.

Egham  DR 18/1/1942  1593

Contents:
Bond dated 10 May 35 Elizabeth ( 1593) Jeremiah Bowtell of Egham,gent.,to William Kitchell of the same,innholder. to convey a meadow called 'Gastens'
T.Robert Bust

Egham  DR 18/1/1943  1595

Contents:
Indenture dated 26 May 37 Elizabeth (1595) between Stephen Foxe of Egham gent.of the 1st part; William Kitchin of the same place of the 2nd part; and William Bartholemew of the same,yeoman. viz that Stephen and Mildred his wife shall levy a fine of the three acres and fower acres wood in Egham.
S.by Stephen and William.
Seals,i.T.R.ii.obscure.
T.Tho: Hunlick, Jasp: Bourne, Wm Bevington.

Egham  DR 18/1/1944  1600/01

Contents:
Bargainand sale dated I Jan . [...] 1603. 3, to John Tyle of the Great Parke New Windsor, by William Kytchen; of a parcel of the grove called Westryde.
Sand s by Tyle.
T. John Cresden, Edmonde Bouds, Thomas Tyer.
Seal lost

Egham  DR 18/1/1945  1601

Contents:
Bargainand sale dated 18 April 1601, by Thomas Tucker of Egham,husbandman, to William Kitchin of the same, of a close called Tite Hill.
T.Wm Burton, Wm Pinnock.
Seal ?.W.

Egham  DR 18/1/1946  1601

Contents:
Bond of William Leache of Warfield,butcher, and William Barnard of Wokingham,glover, to William Kytchen of Egham, 1 July 1601
To levy: fine of the Home Close in Inglefeild.

Egham  DR 18/1/1947  1613

Contents:
Mortgage dated 15 Oct.1613 by Anthony Gibon, husbandman,to Mychael Smythe. of a house and barn in Egham.

EGHAM  DR 18/1/1948  1617

Contents:
Lease dated 29 Sept 1617 by Anthony Gibson of Ingfeild, the younger, to William Kytchyn of a cottage on North Crofte.
Signed by Gibson.
Seal lost.

Egham  DR 18/1/1949  1624

Contents:
Marriage Settlement dated June 10 1624,between Gilbert son ad heir apparent of William Kitchen,and Anne dughter of William Millett of Sudberry.
S,and s
Seal W.K.

EGHAM  DR 18/1/1950  1624

Contents:
Indenture dated 24 Oct.1624, between William Millett and William Kitchin, concerning the last named marriage
S by William
Seal W.K.

Egham  DR 18/1/1951  1668

Contents:
Lease dated 29 Oct 1668,by Isaiah Wight of Ealing, yeoman,and Anne his wife, to Stephen Hall of Egham, innholder, of the King's Head Inn.
S.and s.

Egham  DR 18/1/1952  1669

Contents:
Lease dated 29 September 1669 byIsaiah Wight and Anne his wife,to Francis Goodwin lias Saunders of Egham,of closes in Egham.
S.and s.

Egham  DR 18/1/1953  1672

Contents:
Exemplification of a verdict befroe the Barons of the Exchequer,Hilary Term 24 Charles II Hugh Johns a debtor v Isaiah Wight.
Seal broken

Egham  DR 18/1/1954  1675/6

Contents:
Exemplification of a verdict dated 12 Feb 1675-6 William Finch v Isaiah Wight alias White, re a cottage and lands in Egham Street.

Egham  DR 18/1/1955  1678

Paper.

Contents:
Lease dated 1 Oct.1678,by Isaiah Wight of Ealing,to Henry Goodwin alias Saunders of ye Hythe, of an acre of meadow.
S and s by Saunders.

Egham  DR 18/1/1956  1678

Contents:
Lease dated 1 Oct.1678 by Isaiah Wight to Henry Rolfe of Egham,of land there.
S.and s.

Egham  DR 18/1/1957  1684

Contents:
Settlement by a Recovery dated 10 April 1684, between lsiah Wight of Eling and Anne his wife,of the 1st part; John Childe of Guildford of the 2nd part; and Edward Allanson of Worwood and Leonard Childe of the 3rd part. of the King's Head in Egham.
S.and s.

Egham  DR 18/1/1958  1684

Contents:
Deed to lead to the Uses of a Recovery dated 10 April 1684, between Isaiah Wight gent. and Anne his wife, of the 1st part; John Childe of Guildford of the 2nd part; and Edward Allanson.
S.and s.

EGHAM  DR 18/1/1959  1684

Contents:
Recovery dated 12 May 36 Charles 11 1684, John Child gent. pet, Isaiah wight gent. and Anne his wife ten: John Wheeler, vouchee, of a messuage and lands in Egham.
Seal broken.

Egham  DR 18/1/1960-1961  1684

Contents:
Indenture dated 14 May 1684, between Ed ward Allanson and Leonard Childe of Guildford of the 1st part; and John Childe of Guildford of the other part.of the King's head Inn and its lands.
S.and s.

Egham  DR 18/1/1962  1691

Contents:
Indenture dated 13 May 1691 between Isaiah Wight of Eling, and Anne his wife of the 1st part;John Childe of the Middle Temple and Edward Allanson of the 2nd part;and John Childe the elder of Guildford of the 3rd part.
Sand s.

Egham  DR 18/1/1963  1691

Contents:
Indenturedated 13 May 1691 between Isaiah Wight and Anne his wife of the 1st part; John Childe and Edward Allanson of the 2nd part; and John Childe of Guildford of the 3rd part. of the King's Head in Egham.
S.and s.

Egham  DR 18/1/1964  1691

Contents:
Indenture dated 22 June 1691,between John Childe the elder of Guildford of the one part ;and John Childe junior and Edward Allanson of the other part.to carry out agreements and convey lands to the John and Edward.
S.and s.

EGHAM  DR 18/1/1965-1966  1691

Contents:
Final Concord levied Trinity Term 3 William and Mary 1691, between John Child junior esquire and Edward Allanson gent., plaintiffs, Isiah Wight gent. and Ann his wife defendant; of a messuage, 3 barns etc. in Egham. Cons £60.

Egham  DR 18/1/1967-1969  1691

Contents:
Indenture dated 9 July 1691 between Anne wife of Isaiah Wight, John Childe, Edward Allanson, and Dorothy Greene of East Smithfield. concerning three closes in Egham
S.and s.

Egham  DR 18/1/1970  1692

Contents:
Appointment dated 10 May 1692,by Anne wife of Isaiah Wight of Eling to lease to Henry Gardiner for 1000 years certain lands in Egham.
S.and s.

Egham  DR 18/1/1971-1972  1692

Contents:
Counterpart of Lease dated 13 May 1692 by John Child of the Middle Temple esquire ,,Edward [...] of Norwood,of the one part; and John Child the elder of freehold lands in Egham.
S by John Child sen.
Seal.

Egham  DR 18/1/1973  1692

Contents:
Grant dated 13 May 1692 between John Child of the Middle Temple,esq. ,Edward Allanson of Norwood in Heinnes, gent; of the one part; and John Child of Guildford,gent and Henry Gardiner of the same,grocer; of freehold lands in Egham.
S.and s.

Egham  DR 18/1/1974  1694

Contents:
Copy of a deed poll dated 5 Sept. 1694, by Anne wife of Isaiah Wight, to Edward Allanson, of freehold messuages in Egham.

EGHAM  DR 18/1/1975  1699

Contents:
Mortgage dated 21 June 1699 by John Childe of Guildford to John Childe and Edward Allanson; of the King's Head in Egham.
S. and S.

Egham  DR 18/1/1976  1699

Contents:
Bargain and Sale dated 15 August 1699 by John Child the younger, William Allanson of Heighes, and Isiah Wight of Eling,to Robert Lord of St Martin' in the Fields of the King's Head Inn.
S.and s.

Egham  DR 18/1/1977-1978  1699

Contents:
Final Concord levied in Michelmas Term II William III 1699. between Robert Lord,gent.quer; John Child jun. esq., Isiah Wight gent., John Wight gent.and Margarett his wife, William Wight gent.and Ann his wife def; of a messuage etc in Egham. cons. £160.

Egham  DR 18/1/1981  1699

Contents:
Release dated 16 August 1699, by John, Wight and Edward Allanson, to Robert Lord.
S.and s.

Egham  DR 18/1/1982  1699

Contents:
Bargain and sale dated 17 August 1699 by John Child and Edward Allanson, to Robert Lord, of the King's Head Inn.

Egham  DR 18/1/1979 1980  1699

Contents:
Lease and counterpart dated 13 August 1699,Leonard Child to the Trustees of Robert Lord.
S.and s.

Egham  DR 18/1/1983  1720

Contents:
Copy of court roll, manor of Egham, admitting Rachel Lord to the lands of her late husband Robert Lord, died 8 September 1718

Egham  DR 18/1/1984  1720

Contents:
Lease dated 22 Oct.1720, between Rachel relict of Robert Lord, and Anthony Skinner of Egham innholder of the King's Head Inn.
S.and s.

EGHAM  DR 18/1/1985  1729

Contents:
Final Concord levied in the Feast of the Purification 3 George II (1729) between William Wight esquire, and Mark Thurstan esquire, quer. William Leigh esquire and Mary his wife, & Thomas Wentworth and Elizabeth his wife def: of 2 Messuages, 2 barns etc in Egham
Cons. £90.

Egham  DR 18/1/1986  1729

Contents:
Final Concord levied in the Feast of the Purification 3 George II ( 1729), between William Wight esquire, and and Mark Thurstan esquire, quer: William Leigh esquire and Mary his wife, and Thomas Wentworth and Elizabeth his wife def: of 2 messuages in Egham etc, £80 rents in St George's Southwarke. Cons.£90.

Egham  DR 18/1/1987  1730

Contents:
Conveyance of lands in Egham, 27 April 1730, by Colonel Thomas Wentworth of St George's Hanover Square, and Elizabeth his wife, to Sir William Wentworth of Silkston, co. York, baronet, and the Hon. Lieut Gen.Joseph Sabine of Tewin co.Herts.
S.and s.

Egham  DR 18/1/1988  1761

Contents:
Lease of the King'Head Inn dated 15 Oct.1761 by Mrs Elizabeth Wentworth to John Wilkins.
S.and s.

EGHAM  DR 18/1/1989  1762

Contents:
Lease of land in Egham 25 Feb 1762, by Elizabeth Wentworth of St. James's Westminster, to John Jebb of Egham D.D.
S. and S.

Egham  DR 18/1/1990  1762

Contents:
Settlement dated 13 April 1762.between Elizabeth Wentworth and Sir Edward Turner,bart. in trust for Mr Leigh.
S.and s.

Egham  DR 18/1/1991  1788

Contents:
Lease dated 20 Feb. 1788,between the Revd Thomas Leigh and Mrs Elizabeth Burton, of a messuage near the church of Egham

Egham  DR 18/1/1992  1788

Contents:
Lease dated 16 Dec. 1788 by the Revd Thomas Leigh to William Grave of Ingfield Green, carpenter, of a messuage there.
S.and s.

Lambeth  [no ref. or date]

Lambeth ,Surrey.  DR 18/1/1993  1633

18 by 12.

Contents:
Lease dated 27 March 1633. by Sir John Colte of Ritmayrsworth co.Herts, to William Calaway of Lambeth, taylor; of of a house next Peartree House. etc.
S and s Galwey. T. Thomas Baker Owen Lloyd.

Lambeth, Surrey.  DR 18/1/1994  1634

27 by 12.

Contents:
Lease dated 26 Feb. 1634', by Richard Brigham of Lambeth,gent.,to Thomas Smith of Westminster, of Peartree House. S and s by Thomas. Seal A scull Memento Mori. T.Robt Cornewall. Rich.Vesey. Geo. Pluknett. scr.

Lambeth, Surrey.  DR 18/1/1995  1637/8

27 x 12 in

Contents:
Lease dated 27 Feb. 1637/8 by Robert Hudson of London esquire, to and James Randall citizen & stationer, to Henry Elsing of Westminster,esquire James with the consant of Robert,as guardian of Anne dau.and heir to Richard Brigham esquire; of a messuage in Lambeth.
S and s. by Henry. Seal armorial. Two bars between three fleur de lis. T. W.Tias, Hen.Rawlins, Hen.Colbron, Wm Flower.
With survey of rooms etc.

Lambeth, Surrey  DR 18/1/1995A  1637/8

Contents:
Bond dated 27 February 1637/8, of Henry Elsing of Westminster esq., to James Randall citizen and stationer of London, to perform covenants.
Signed: Henry Elsynge.
Witnesses: W. Tias, Hen. Rawlins, Henr. Colbron, William Flower.

Lambeth, Surrey.  DR 18/1/1996  1653

20 by 13 in

Contents:
Lease dated 8 June 1653 by Sir Thomas Leigh of Hamstall Ridware to John Rawlinson of Lambeth,clerk, of a House called the Three Squirrels.
S and s. by John.Seal lost.

Lambeth ,Surrey  DR 18/1/1997  1659

26 by 21 in.

Contents:
Lease dated 20 April 1659 by Sir Thomas Leigh,to William Pym of St Martins in the fields, tayler, of houses in Lambeth.
S and s by Pym. Seal a monster.
T. Geo.Neyle, Thos Williams.

Wiltshire  [no ref. or date]

Cottles  [no ref. or date]

COTTLES  DR 18/1/1998  1700

Contents:
Administration of Bernard Poulet of Cotles, granted to James Browne and Anne Daniells.
16 April 1700 Seal defaced.

Potterne  [no ref. or date]

Potterne  DR 18/1/1999  1611

Contents:
Deed Poll dated 23 Nov 9 James (1611) of John Harvest of Potterne, yeoman, releasing to John Chapman alias Hitchcocke, of Preshutt, of lands bought of Edward Rogers of Wareham and Dorothy his wife. Viz the Manor of Potterne, with its members etc.
S.and s by John Harvest.
T. Edm. Hungerford, Thos Sclatter, John Francklyn.
Seal defaced.

Potterne  DR 18/1/2000  1646

Contents:
Recovery dated 28 Nov. 22 Charles I (1646) Richard Sherbrooke and Henry Handley pet: William Hitchcock ten: Thomas Pargitte vouchee.
Seal lost.

Worcestershire  [no ref. or date]

Evenlode  [no ref. or date]

EVENLODE  DR 18/1/2001  1601/2

Contents:
Bargain and sale dated 14 February 44 Elizabeth from Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneley knight and John Leigh his son and heir to Thomas Grenewood and George Grenewood of the Inner Temple London, gentlemen of a messuage called Mowntains place and lands sometime belonging to the late dissolved monastery of Hayles in the parish of Emlode als Elmlode als Evenlode co. Worcester.
Signed and sealed Thomas Grenewood, George Greenewood.
Witness: Edmund Powell, Ric. Walter, George Wilkensonne, Edward Acroyde.
Seal a shield of arms, a chevron ermine between three saltires couped, and in the chief a crescent.

EVENLODE  DR 18/1/2002  1667

Contents:
Conveyance dated 21 December 19 Charles 2 from William Bromsgrove of Eavenload als Emload Anthony Bromsgrove his son and heir and Thomas Bromsgrove another son to John Tidmarsh of Adlestrop co. Glos. yeoman of a close of meadow or pasture [Horn grounds] in Evenlode.
Signed and sealed by the grantors.
Witnesses: John Crispe, William Crispe, Thomas Tidmarsh, John Heine.

EVENLODE  [no ref.]  1670

Contents:
Receipt for consideration money attached, dated 22 October 1670.

EVENLODE  DR 18/1/2003  1671

Contents:
Settlement dated 20 June 1671 before the marriage of John Tidmarsh and Mary Shayler between John Tidmarsh of Adlestrop co. Glos. yeoman of the one part and Richard Shayler and Thomas Wallis of the same place yeomen of the other part of a close of meadow or pasture [ Horn grounds] in Evenlode.
Signed and sealed John Tidmarsh.
Witnesses: Robert Keeble, John Shayler.

EVENLODE  DR 18/1/2004  1732

Paper

Contents:
Power of attorney dated at Charles Town in S. Carolina 9 May 1732 from Richard Tidmarsh of Dorchester in South Carolina merchant to Thomas Smith of London merchant to take possession and thereafter to dispose of two pasture grounds called Hourn grounds in Evenload.
Signed and sealed Richd. Tidmarsh.
Witnesses: John Payne, Jno. Bishop.

EVENLODE  DR 18/1/2005-2006  1734

Contents:
Lease and release dated 19-20 August 1734 the release a conveyance from Richard Tidmarsh of Dorchester in South Carolina in America merchant, grandson of John Tidmarsh late of Adlestrop co. Glos. yeoman deceased, to Thomas Smith of London merchant and Samuel Dean of the same place and occupation of a close of meadow or pasture divided into two parts and known as Hourn grounds in Evenlode.
Signed and sealed Richard Tidmarsh.
Witnesses: Marshe Dickinson, William Smyth.

EVENLODE  DR 18/1/2007-2008  1734

Contents:
Lease and release dated 21-22 August 1734 the release a settlement from Samuel Deane of London merchant reciting B. 1647 in which Deane acted only as agent of Thomas Smith, to Peter Roberts and Thomas Wallis both of London linnendrapers in trust for Thomas Smith of London merchant and Mary his wife of the property described in B.1647
Signed and sealed by the parties.
Witnesses: John Metcalfe, Robert Denn his clerk.

EVENLODE  DR 18/1/2009-2010  1736/7

Contents:
Final concord made at Westminster in the octave of St. Hilary 9 George 2 and after in the octave of the Purification 10 George 2 between Samuel Dean plaintiff and Richard Tidmarsh deforciant of 20 acres of land 20 acres meadow 20 acres pasture and common of pasture for all cattle in Eavenloade.

EVENLODE  DR 18/1/2011  1738-9

Contents:
Feoffment dated 20 January 1738 from Thomas Smith of London merchant and Mary his wife to Henry Clark of Chipping Norton co. Oxon mercer of the property described in B. 1647 and appointment of Thomas Freeman their attorney to give possession.
Signed and sealed Thomas Smith, Mary Smith
Witnesses: John Grant jun. Marshe Dickinson attorney in St. Thomas Apostle London.

EVENLODE  DR 18/1/2012-2013  1738/9

Contents:
Final concord made at Westminster in the octave of St. Hilary 12 George 2 between Henry Clark plaintiff and Thomas Smith and Mary his wife deforciants of 18 acres of land and common of pasture for all cattle in Eavenload.

EVENLODE  DR 18/1/2014  1769

Paper.

Contents:
Plan of Horne Grounds in the parish of Emload co Worcester belonging to Mr. [blank] Clarke measurd 1769

EVENLODE  DR 18/1/2015  1782

Contents:
Lease dated 30 March 1782 from Mary Clark of Chipping Norton co. Oxford spinster to John Freeman of Adlestrop co. Gloucester yeoman of two closes known as Horn grounds in Evenlode.
Signed by the parties with seals.
Witnesses: Hy. Clark, Elizabeth Clark.

EVENLODE  DR 18/1/2016  1788

Contents:
Confirmation dated 10 June 1788 from Henry Clark of Broad Street, in the city of London merchant to Mary Clark of Chipping Norton spinster of Horn grounds, Evenlode, devised to her under the will of his father John Clark.
Signed and sealed Henry Clark.
Witnesses: Leonard Ellington, Joseph Rigacci.

EVENLODE  DR 18/1/2017-2018  1788

Contents:
Lease and release dated 22-23 June 1788 the release a conveyance from Mary Clark of Chipping Norton co. Oxford spinster to the Revd. Thomas Leigh of Adlestrop co. Gloucester clerk of Horn grounds in Evenlode.
Signed Mary Clark.
Witnesses: Robert Wood, Temperance Hemmings.

EVENLODE  DR 18/1/2019-2020-2021-2022  1788

Contents:
A Abstract of the Revd. Tho. Leighs title 1667-1788 to Horn grounds in the parish of Emloade. 2019
b. Valuation of timber thereon. 2020
c. Solicitors account for the conveyance. 2021
1798 d. Certificate dated 22 November 1798 of contract for the redemption of land tax thereon. 2022

Littleton  [no ref. or date]

Littleton, South  DR 18/1/2023  1593

Contents:
Indenture dated 26 May 35 Elizabeth (1593) between Sir Thomas Le igh kt of the Ist part; William Leigh of Newnham Regis his brother, of the 2nd part; and Dame Winefride ,widow of Sir George Bonde alderman of London,of the 3rd part. confirming to to Winifrede the Manor etc of North,South and Middle Lytteltone.
S.and s by William and Winifrede.

Northfield  [no ref. or date]

Northfield  DR 18/1/2024  1642/3

24 by 21 in

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of Edward ,3rd son of Thomas Birch of Horbone co.Staffs, with Ann eldest dau: of John Jesson; trustees, Thomas Grove and Thomas Jesson, both of West Bromwich, yeomen. (copy)

Yorkshire  [no ref. or date]

Wentworth family Estates  [no ref. or date]

Yorkshire  DR 18/1/2025  1790

Contents:
Mutual Release and Indemnity dated 8 April 1790, by Sir Thomas Blackett bt to Lady Caroline Leigh,and others, executors of General and Mrs Wentworth.

YORKSHIRE  DR 18/1/2026  1775

Contents:
Probate of will dated 14 Octor 1775of Elizabeth Wentworth widow of Lt. Gen. Thomas Wentworth.
Her nephew the Rev. Tho. Leigh and his sister Elizabeth to share the estate and to be executors.
Witnesses: Elizabeth Lally of Mill Hill, James Coulthard of Lincolns Inn.
Probate dated 6 November 1788.

YORKSHIRE  DR 18/1/2027  1747

Contents:
Probate of the will of Thomas Wentworth Lieutenant General ,Sister Elizabeth, Brother Sir William Wentworth .Wife Elizabeth executrix. Dated 6 April 1747.Prov ed 23 Dec. following with a codicil.

Miscellaneous  DR 18/1/2027a  13th century

Contents:
Grant from William de Arden to Peter, son of William of Coventry, of all that land sold to William by Richard, with houses, messuages, land in the open fields, meadows and all appurtenances, for homage and service. To have and hold from William of Arden and his heirs to the said Peter and his heirs, freely, paying 30 pence annually by instalment for all scutage and taxes. For all other rights Peter has paid William 30 shillings
Witnesses: Hemery de Witchane, Ada de -- dewurd, William de Coventre, Nicholas his son, Peter Marmshun, Robert Macum, Walter de Overtun and others

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

LEIGH family  [no ref. or date]

Leigh family  DR 18/1/2027B  1565

Contents:
Bond of Anthony Throckmorton, citizen and mercer of London, to Sir Thomas Leigh and Alice his wife, 21 May 7 Elizabeth. To keep covenants.Seal,red.armorial, On a chevron three bars .Crest a falcon rising.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2028  1568

Contents:
Statute staple dated 13 April 10 Elizabeth from Rowland Leigh of Lincolns Inn co. Middx gent to Sir Thos. Leigh knight and a citizen and alderman of London.
Acknowledged before Thomas Offley, Thomas Bromley.
Seals.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2029  1568

Contents:
Defeasance dated 23 April 10 Elizabeth 1568 from Sir Thomas Leigh knight, alderman of the city of London to Rowland Leigh of Lincolnes Ynne his son, reciting the payment of certain of the latters debts, of a Statute Staple acknowledged 13 April 1568, before Sir Thomas Offeley knight. mayor of the Staple at Westminster and Thomas Bromeley esq., recorder of the city of London in £3000 on condition that he, Rowland, should not alien any of the family estates and should suffer the due performance of his fathers will.
Signed: Rowlande Leigh.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2029  1576/77

Contents:
Articles between Thomas Leigh of Stonely ,esq,and Laurence Eyton of Norton co.Nths dated 30 Jan. 19 Elizabeth ( 1576-77) setting out heir agreement respecting the above named bonds.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2030  1577/8

Contents:
Deed Poll, of Rowland Leigh of London,esquire, citing an Indenture dated Elizabeth (1577/8 made with Thomas his brother, concerning the marriage of Rowlands daughter Elixabeth.
T. Thos Spencer, Roy.Sutton, W.Campe Stationer
Seal and s by Rowland.
Seal a barbed rose.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2031  1578/9

Contents:
Certificate dated 21 January 1578/9 of Arthur Bedell official of the consistory court of Lichfield, addressed to Sir Christopher Wraye knight, justice of Queens Bench ex parte Dame Alice Leigh widow, relating to proceedings in the consistory court.
Seal of the court, broken.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2032  1580-81

Contents:
Quietus Roll of Thomas Leigh esquire,sheriff for the 23 rd Elizabeth (1580-81

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2034  1581

Contents:
Patent granted to Thomas Leigh esquire ,sheriff of Warwickshire, to render dues of his office.
Westminster, 27 Nov. 24 Elizabeth (1581)

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2035  1581

Contents:
Indenture dated 10 Dec. 24 Elizabeth (1581) between Thomas Leigh, High Sheriff,and Robert Higginson of Solihull, under sheriff.
T. Thos Stowe, John Crowe, Wm Baylis.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2036  1582

Contents:
Precept dated 5 Dec. 25 Elizabeth 1582 from the Queen to Thomas Leigh esquire late sheriff of the county of Warwick directing him to hand over his county to the new sheriff John Harrington esq., Sealed, portion remaining.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2037  1585

Contents:
Deed of Frances Throckmorton of Winderton esq., has received from Thomas Leigh sheriff of the county of Warwick £87.15. from goods of Edward Thomas, and Frances Hill. 7 Oct. 1585.
S. by Throckmorton.
Seal lost.

Leigh family  DR 18/1/2038  September 1586

Contents:
Letters of credit to Anthony Leigh under the seal of the Hanseatic League

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2039  1594-95

Contents:
Quietus Roll of Thomas Leigh knight for the 37 Elizabeth

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2040  1595

Contents:
Appointment by Sir Thomas Leigh, High Sheriff of Basill Trimnellof New Inn gent, as under sheriff of Warwickshire. 29 Dec. 38 Elizabeth 1595.

Leigh Family  DR 18/1/2041  1595

9½ by 3 in.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of Basil Trymnell of Stretton under Fosse gent to Sir Thomas Leigh kt. 29 Dec. 38 Elizabeth (1595)
S and s Seal armorial .A cross engralied debruised a by a bend.
T.Sam Harris, Robart Davys.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2042  1596

Contents:
Indenture dated 4 Dec. 39 Elizabeth (1596) between Sir Thomas Leigh, Sheriff of Warwickshire .and Robert Burgoyne now Sheriff.
S by Clement Ludford under sheriff.
T Amb.Holbeche, Rich.Yardley, John King. [...]

Leigh Family  DR 18/1/2043  1597

Contents:
Precept directed to Sir Thomas Leigh late sheriff of Warwickshire, concerning his handing over to Robert Burgoyne the rolls, briefs etc. Westminster 22 Nov. 39 Elizabeth 1597.

LEIGH Family  DR 18/1/2044  1606/7

Contents:
Mandamus dated 3 Feb 5 James 1 (1606/7) by William, bishop of Coventry, to Henry lord Barkley, William, lord Compton, John lord Harrington, Robert lord Spencer, Fulke Greville knight, Thomas Leigh knight, Edward Greville knight, Thos Holte knight, John Ferrers knight, etc. to levy the subsidy ordered in Parliament 19 March.

Leigh family  DR 18/1/2045  6 July 1607

Contents:
Appointment by William, Lord Compton, Lord Leiutenant of Warwickshire, of Sir Thomas Leigh, of Stoneleigh, to be a Deputy Lieutenant for the same county
Signed & sealed: William Compton

LEIGH Family  DR 18/1/2046  1608

Contents:
Plea: at Aston before Edward Coke, etc. Michelmas 6 James I (1608), William Leigh of London v William Beecher to recover debts.

LEIGH Family; Knightlow and Hemlingford Hundreds.  DR 18/1/2047  [1609]

Contents:
Roll of the Composition made by the free tenants of the Hundreds of Knightlowe and Hemlingford, Collector, Sir Thomas Leigh, on the Aid for the knighting of Prince Henry.
Signed and sealed by Thos Leigh, Cle.Throckmorton, Richard Verney. Thos. Spencer, Edward Staples

LEIGH Family; Knightlow and Hemlingford hundreds.  DR 18/1/2048  1609

Contents:
Draft roll of the Composition made with the free tenants for the aid for the knighting of Prince Henry, Sir Thomas Leigh collector.
Signed by Cle. Throckmorton, Tho. Spencer.
Amounts blank.

LEIGH family; Knightlow and Hemlingford Hundreds.  DR 18/1/2049  [1609]

Contents:
Draft roll of the composition made by the free tenants for the aid on the knighting of Prince Henry. Collector Sir Thomas Leigh.
Signed by Thomas Leigh, Richard Verney, Thos.
Holte, Cle. Throckmorton, Tho. Spencer.
Amount blank.

LEIGH Family; Kineton and Barlichway Hundreds.  DR 18/1/2050  [1609]

Contents:
Draft roll of the composition made by the free tenants of the hundreds of Kington and Barlichwaye for the Aid on the knighting of Prince Henry. Collector, Sir Richard Verney. With the names of those who had not appeared before the Commissioners
[ Incomplete]
Signed: Thomas Leigh, Richard Verney only. There appear to have been six seals, but only three remain.
Barlichway - Amount blank.

LEIGH Family; Knightlow and Hemlingford hundreds  DR 18/1/2051  1609

Contents:
Michelmas Term 28 Nov 7 James 1 (1609). Order to the Commissioners for collecting the Aid on the Knighting of Prince Henry, to return the names of those persons refusing or neglecting to pay

Leigh Family  DR 18/1/2051a  1595-1596

Contents:
Quietus for fines paid by Recusants.
Thomas Lee Sheriff. Michaelmas 37 Elizabeth to Michaelmas 38 Elizabeth (1595-96)

Leigh family; Knightlow and Hemlingford Hundreds.  DR 18/1/2052  1609

Contents:
Return by the Commissioners for collecting the Aid on the knighting of Prince Henry of the names of those who had refused or neglected to pay.
Signed: Thomas Leigh, Rich. Verney. Cle. Throckmorton, Tho. Spencer, Edward Staples, Fr. Morgan.
Four seals, other two gone.

Leigh Family; Knightlow and Hemlingford Hundreds.  DR 18/1/2053  [1609]

Contents:
Duplicate return etc as above.
Signatures as before.
One seal only, others gone.

LEIGH Family; Knightlow and Hemlingford Hundreds.  DR 18/1/2054  [1612]

Contents:
Roll of the composition made by the free tenants on the marriage of the King's eldest daughter. Collector, Sir Thomas Leigh.
With the names of those who had not compounded [ blank]
Signed and sealed: Cle. Throckmorton, Tho. Leigh, Richard Verney, Cle. Fisher. Two places blank.

LEIGH FAMILY  DR 18/1/2053a-b  1609 & 1612

Contents:
Receipts or 'Quieti' to Thomas Leigh, knight, the collector for the Hundreds of Knightlow and Hemlingford, in respect of aids levied to make the King's eldest son a knight (1609) and the marriage of his daughter Elizabeth (1612)
Examined: 1609 Edward Stavlay; 1612 Arthur Jarvis

LEIGH Family  DR 18/1/2054A  1616

Contents:
Bond dated 20 Dec. 14 James I (1616) between Richard Symes of London,gent and George Hull of Newport Pagnell gent. to Sir Thomas Leigh. concerning of sums set aside for dower of Susan wife of Richard.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2055  1621

Contents:
Indenture dated 26 Nov. 19 James 1 (1621) between William Noell esquire, sheriff of ? of the one part and Thomas Leigh knight and baronet, Richard Verney knight, Thomas Porter knight, Edward Broughton esq. etc. who made proclamation etc., that they elected him in place of Fulke lord Brooke.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2056  1623

Contents:
Appointment of Sir Thomas Leigh as Deputy Lieutenan of Warwickshire 20 August. 1623
Signed by William earl of Northampton.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2056A  10 February 1 Charles I [1625/6]

Contents:
Exemplification of a general pardon granted to Thomas Leigh of Hampstall Ridware [Hamstall Ridware] co. Stafford knt. and bart.
Great seal of Charles I- repaired, but again cracked.

Leigh family  DR 18/1/2057  1636

Contents:
Patent to Sir Thomas Leigh knight and baronet, Sheriff, to render annually the profits of his shrievalty of the County of Warwick.
Dated at Copthall, 3 Oct. 12 Charles 1 (1636)

LEIGH Family  DR 18/1/2058  1636

Contents:
Precept dated at Copthall 3 Oct. 12 Charles (1636) directed to Sir Thomas Leigh knight and baronet.

LEIGH FAMILY  DR 18/1/2058a-b  1 November 1636

Contents:
Grant from Sir Thomas Leigh, Sheriff of Warwickshire to Edmond Bolsworth of Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, of the office of Under Sheriff, for as long as the said Sir Thomas shall be Sheriff. Bolsworth undertakes to discharge faithfully all obligations of the office, and Leigh binds himself for Bolsworth's good behaviour. Bolsworth excepts himself from any obligation to collect Ship Money
Signed: Edmond Bolsworth
Enclosed is bond from Bolsworth to perform above

LEIGH Family  DR 18/1/2059  1636-37

Contents:
Quietus Roll of Sir Thomas Leigh kt and bt, sheriff of Warwickshire 12 Charles I (1636-37)

LEIGH Family  DR 18/1/2060  1636-37

Contents:
Quietus Roll of Sir Thomas Leigh kt and bt, sheriff of Warwickshire 12 Charles I (1636-37.)

LEIGH Family  DR 18/1/2061  1637

Contents:
Precept to Edward Underhill kt to deliver up the rolls etc to Sir Thomas Leigh kt & bt the new sheriff for the County of Warwick 9 Oct.13 Charles I 1637.
Seal.

LEIGH Family  DR 18/1/2062  1638-39

Contents:
Quietus of Sir Thomas Leigh kt and bt 14 Charles I 1638 39. )

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2063  1642

Contents:
Bond dated 11 July 1642 from Thomas Leigh esq., son and heir of Sir Thomas Leigh of Stoneley knight and baronet, to Henry Hudson of London esq. executor of the will of Robert Hudson esquire, executor of Emlyn Brigham widow executrix of Richard Brighamesq. deceased, to save him harmless in respect of legacies paid under the wills of the two last named, father and mother of Anne Brigham, whom Thomas Leigh was shortly to marry.
Signed. Thos. Leigh, seal gone.
Witnesses. Lambert Osbolston, Francis Twigge Tho. Marson by his mark.

LEIGH Family  DR 18/1/2064  1642

Contents:
Patent of Sir Thomas Leigh kt and bt as Baron Leigh of Stoneleigh, 1 July 19 Charles I (1642)
Note by William Dugdale in verification of this copy

LEIGH Family  DR 18/1/2065  1643

Contents:
Covenant between Thomas lord Leigh and Sir Thomas Leigh of Ridware, re a Statute Staple with Sir Robert Heath concerning payment of £4000 on the death of Dame Elizabeth relict of Sir Thomas Egerton knight. 30 Oct. 19 Charles 1643
S. and S. by Thomas Leigh.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2066  1651

Contents:
Acknowledgement dated 19 June 1651, of the receipt of £5000 ,the marriage portion of Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas,lord Leigh,on her marriage with John ,eldest son of Sir Robert Tracy of Todington
S.and s by Tracy
Seal. armorial.
T. J.Tracy, Chas Leigh, John Mordaunt.

LEIGH FAMILY  DR 18/1/2066b  29 January 1660/1

Contents:
Bond in penal sum £300 from Thomas Leigh of Hampstall Ridware, esq. to Isaac Thomas of St Giles in the Fields, tailor and John Morris, yeoman

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2066A  1661

Contents:
4 January 12 Charles II [1660/1]
Exemplification of a general pardon granted to William Leigh of Addlestrapp [Adlestrop] co. Gloucester esq.
Great seal of Charles II - repaired.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2067  1662

Contents:
Indenture dated 23 April 14 Charles 2 (1662) between Thomas, Lord Leigh and Mary his wife, of the one part; and Charles and Christopher their sons, concerning a defeazance by Sir Thomas Leigh their brother deceased.
S. and S by the grantors.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2068  1665

Contents:
Apprenticeship indented dated 10 June 1665, wherby Joseph Leigh son of William Leigh of Adelstrop co. Glocester esq., bond himself apprentice for some seven years to Thomas Carr citizen and girdler of London.
Signed: Thomas Carr, seal gone.
Presented in the time of Mr Robt. Dawks master of the said company.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2069  1666

Contents:
Appointment of Thomas,lord Leigh as guardian to his grandson,Thomas Leigh. 4 June 1666.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2070  1668

Contents:
Discharge dated 28 Oct, 20 Charles 11 1668 by Sir William Juxon, executor of the will of William Juxon late Archbishop of Canterbury deceased, to Thomas, lord Leigh, Charles Leigh, Richard Doggett, Francis Winton, and Samuel Ironside, for £4,500.
Signed and sealed by William Juxon.
T. Chas Duckworth, Edm. Richmond, Ralph Grafton

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2071  1674

Contents:
Release by Honora, eldest sister of Thomas, lord Leigh to her brother, of all claims under the will of her grandfather dated 22 Sept. 1674.
S.and s by Honora.
T. Margaret Teynham, Ri.Newdigate, Jo.Eddwzoes, Robt Figleton, Mark Wills.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2072  1675

Contents:
Administration dated 22 April 1675 granted to William Leigh on the death of his son Benjamin Leigh of the parish of All Saints, Broad Street, London.
Seal of P.C.C. broken.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2073  1677

Contents:
Deed of arrangement for the board and lodging of Lady Elizabeth Leigh with William Andrewes of Lambeth.20 Dec. 1677. Sand s T. Ob: Reynolds, John Grimston.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2074  1677

Contents:
Indenture dated 20 Dec. 29 Charles 11 1677, between Thomas Lord Leigh and William Andrews of Lambeth esq., being an agreement for the board and lodging of Lady Elizabeth wife of Lord Leigh.
T. Ob. Reynolds, John Grimston.
S. and S. Seal armorial on a bend cottised

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2075  1677

Contents:
Release of all actions by Elizabeth Temple ,widow, against Thomas, lord leigh, concerning differences between him and Elizabeth his wife, her daughter.
21 Dec. 1677.
S.and s by Elizabeth.
T. Ob.Reynolds, W.Alston, Tho.Gibbs.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2076-2077  1677

Contents:
Deed between Thomas ,lord Leigh, Elizabeth Temple and William Andrews, in settlement of differences between the first named and Elizabeth his wife, Elizabeth Temple her mother, William Andrews, John Dover,of Barton on the Heath gent.,Thomas Gibbs jun., Katherine and Margaret Gibbs and others.
And certified copy.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2078  1681

Contents:
Deed covenanting to board and lodge Elizabeth Lady Leigh, made between Toms Thomas, lord Leigh and William Andrews esquire 7 Sept. 1681
S.and s by Andrews.
T. William Allen.scrivener, Prichard Loader

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2079  1682

Contents:
Appointment of Theophilus Leigh as Captain of a Company of Foot Militia, Colonel William Cope, in the County of Gloucester. 18 Oct. 1682
Signed by Henry Somersett Lord Herbert.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2080  1684

Contents:
Appointment of Theophilus Leigh esquire as Deputy Lieutenant for the County of Gloucester 16 June 1684
S and s by Beaufort.
Seal armorial.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2081  1684/5

Contents:
Writ dated 14 Feb. 1 James II 1684/5 directed to Sir Thomas Leigh, to summon him to the Parliament opening on 19 May that year.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2082  1685

Contents:
Appointment of Theophilus Leigh esquire, as a Deputy Lieutenant for Gloucestershire, 10 May 1685.
Signed and sealed by Beufort.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2083  1685

Contents:
Appointment of Theophilus Leigh as Captain in a Regiment of Foot Militia, for the County of Gloucester. 10 May 1685.
Signed by Beaufort sealed with a wafer seal.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2084  1689

Contents:
Certificate that Theophilus Leigh esquire caused to be filed in the Sessions of the Peace for the County of Worcester, certificates signed by the ministers, churchwardens duly attested of their allegiance to James II. 25 Nov. 1689.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2085  1708

Contents:
Appointment dated 21 December 1708 by the Queen of James Leigh esq., to be captain of a troop of dragoons under command of Henry Earl of Gallway.
Signed: Anne R. with impression of privy seal.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2086  1711

Contents:
Commission dated 23 Jan. 1711 of James Leigh esquire as Lieut Colonel
Signed by Queen Anne.
Wafer Seal.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2087  1711

Contents:
Appointment dated 20 June 1711 by the Queen of James Leigh esq., to be Lieut Colonel of the regiment of foot commanded by Sir Robert Rich bart.
Signed: Anne R. with impression of privy seal.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2088  1712

Contents:
Commission of James Leigh esquire as Colonel of Foot. 11 April 1712.
Signed by Queen Anne.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2089  1736

Contents:
Grant of an annuity 26 March 1736 by Charles youngest son of Theophilus Leigh of Addelsthorpe, citing a grant 11 June 1726, by James, Duke of Chandos, to Charles. Imperfect.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2090  1738

Contents:
Release dated 6 Feb 1738 by Charles Leigh esquire to the Duke of Chandos of £10 part of an annuity granted him by the Duke.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2091  1739

Contents:
Release dated 15 Sept. 1739 by Charles Leigh, to the Duke of Chandos of an annuity.
S.and s by the Duke.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2092-2093  1748

Contents:
Assignment dated 20 Dec. 1748 by Charles Leigh of Lanwarne co Hereford, clerk to the Rev. John Abrahall alias Hoskins clerk. under the will of Tryphoena Leigh of Painswick spinster. And counterpart.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2094  1756

Contents:
Writ directed to John Clarke, John Egerton, Cornelius Bulley,and Robert Hartin,gents, to take the oath of James Leigh of Cversfield, esq. as J.P. 1 July 30 George II. 1756

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2095  1759

Contents:
Appointment dated 17 July 1759 by John Thynne Lord Chedworth lord lieutenant of the county and city of Gloucester and city of Bristol, of James Leigh of Adlestrop co Glos esq., to be one of his deputy lieutenants.
Signed and sealed: Chedworth.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2096  1759

Contents:
Appointment dated 27 February 1759 by John Thynne, Lord Chedworth, lord lieutenant of the county and city of Gloucester and city of Bristol, of James Leigh of Addlestrop co. Glos. esq., to be captain of a company of the militia forces.
Signed and sealed: Chedworth.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2097  1767

Contents:
Appointment of Edward lord Leigh as High Steward of the University of Oxford 20 March 1767, Signed and sealed by the Earl of Lichfield and seal of the University.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2098  1767

Contents:
Certificate dated 29 April 1767 of the Chancellor, masters and scholars of the University of Oxford, appointing Edward Lord Leigh a Doctor of Civil Law.
Seal of the University in tin case.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2099  1774

Contents:
Grant to William,lord Craven and Mrs Mary Leigh,of the custody of Edward,lord Leigh,lunatic. 31 March 1774.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2100  1789

Contents:
Appointment of James Henry Leigh of Addlestrop, esquire High Steward of Winchester Nov. 1789.
Seal

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2101  1816

Contents:
Admission of Chandos Leigh as a woodman of the Forest of Arden 26 August 1816.
Seal.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2102  1824-25

Contents:
Quietus Roll of Chandos Leigh esquire, Sheriff of Warwickshire 1824-25.

LEIGH family  DR 18/1/2103  1849

Contents:
Draft address of the vicar and curate of Stoneleigh, the perpetual curate of St Johns Chapel, the church and chapel wardens and parishioners to Chandos Lord Leigh congratutating him on the result of the late trial at Warwick.

OTHER FAMILIES  [no ref. or date]

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2103A  1561

8 by 3½ in.
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Bond of William Cole of Kemmerton husbandman to Richard Aungell of the same place, 10 June 3 Elizabeth to keep covenants. T. Thos Prin, William Anker, Seal. obscure.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2104  1588

Contents:
Precept directed to Christopher Hoddesdon late sheriff of Bedfordshire, to hand over the rolls, briefs etc. to William Duncombe esquire.
Hertford Castle. 16 Nov. 30 Elizabeth (1588)

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2105  1590-91

Contents:
[...] Quietus Roll of Christopher Hoddesdon esquire ,sheriff of Bedfordshire. 33 Elizabeth (1500-91)

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2106  1591

Contents:
Patent of Christopher Hoddesdon, sheriff of Bedfordshire. Westminster 25 Nov. 34 Elizabeth (1591) Sealed.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2107  1591

Contents:
Mandamus to Christopher Hoddesdon, Sheriff of Bucks. 25 Nov 34 Elizabeth 1591.
Fine impression of Great Seal.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2108  1591

Contents:
Deed dated 17 Dec. 34 Elizabeth (1591) between Christopher Hoddesdon of Leighton Buzzard, High Sheriff, appointing Thomas Hyllden of Chalgrave, Under Sheriff.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2109  c.1592

Contents:
Grant by the Crown to Christopher Hoddesdon of Leighton, exempting him from his services as sheriff, eschaetor,etc. as he is 69 years of age.no date but temp Elizabeth.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2110  Temp Eliz

13 by 8½ in.

Contents:
Form of oath on taking office as sheriff. temp Elizabeth.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2110A  1610

Contents:
Bond of Christopher Bristowe of Corley & Richard Bristowe of Fillongley,to Isabelle Freeman of Asteley

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2110B  1619

Contents:
Bond of Basill Cole of Barrow co.Ruts, George and Richard Cole of Monkes Kerbie, to Thomas Huntbach of Sewall co.Staffs .9 Oct.1619 to keep covenants. s and sealed.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2111  [n.d.]

19 by 13.

Contents:
Award in a dispute between Elizabeth Wale of Burton Hastings ,widow, and Thomas Streyne of the same; Dated 19 Nov. 1641. S and s. Seals defaced.
T.John Brownell, Edward Booney.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2112  1647

Contents:
Mandate dated the 1st week after St Thomas m. 23 Charles 1. (1647) that Elizabeth Niblett of Winchcombe be brought before the Session of the Peace.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2113  1652

8 by 4½ in.

Contents:
Queens Bench. Leonard Streete by Thomas Dicconson his attorney, v Thomas Smythe attorney of the Court of Common Bench, of Holborne. That he has not rendered the £80 due to complainant.
Hillary 1652.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2114  1658

Contents:
Release of actions dated 17 June 1658 from Francis Capell of Brailes and Susanna his wife, (daughter of Hugh Walford the elder of Wolverton gent) for £150, to Hugh Walford the younger, son of the said Hugh, of Langley.
Signed and sealed by Francis Capill and Susanna Capill by her mark.
T. Thomas Greene, Henry Yearwood.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2114A  1659/60

Contents:
Bond of Richard Paul of Chilvers Coton, to Thomas Kinder yeoman,and Joseph Drew tanner, both of Coventry. 11 March 1659/60. paper 2 ff.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2115  1677

Contents:
Writ addressed to the Maior and aldermen of London, and the Maior and baiiffs of Coventry, 27 May 29 Charles. on the part of Thomas Holbech,gent.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2116  1680

Contents:
Appointment of Thomas Holbeche under sheriff of Warwickshire by John Chamberlayne of Stonythorpe, Sheriff. 3 Jan. 1680

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2117  1680-81

Contents:
Articles dated 4 Jan. 1680-81 between John Chamberlayne esquire and Thomas Blewe of Coleshill, bailiff,

Other Families  DR 18/1/2118  March 1680/81

Contents:
Bond between James Rawsford of Warwick and John Chamberlain, Sheriff, concerning the former's appointment as deputy

Other Families  DR 18/1/2119-2121  10 Jan 1680/1

Contents:
Appointment of George Bowen, bailiff of the Hundred of Knightlow
Enclosed are bonds of the same date from:
/2120 George Bowen to John Chamberlaine and Thomas Smith of Fulbroke
/2121 George Perks of Wilmcote and Thomas

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2122  1680-81

Contents:
Appointment of John Hippisley of Warwick, gaol keeper 10 Jan. 1680-81

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2123  1680-81

Contents:
Appointment of John Pritchett, bailiff of the Hundred of Kington. 11 Jan. 1680-81.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2124-2125  1680-81

Contents:
Turnover of Robert Phillipps esquire, sheriff to John Chamberlayne, sheriff. 18 Jan. 1680-81.

Other families  DR 18/1/2126  1681

Contents:
Turnover dated 18 Jan. 1681 by John Chamberlayne esquire late Sheriff of Warwickshire to Edward Hinton esquire new Sheriff.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2127  1682-83

Contents:
Quietus Roll of John Chamberlayne sheriff. 34 Charles II (1682-3)

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2127a  1683

Chewed along one end.

Contents:
Indenture dated 13 Dec. 1683 between William Browne of Lurgursall co. Wilts, gent., of the 1st part; Sir Charles Waldegrave of Chiswick co. Middx bart., Sir Henry Waldegrave knight, his eldest son and Charles Waldegrave esquire his second son, of the 2nd part; and John Smith of Crabbett co. [ ] of the 3rd part, being a declaration by the first named that an assignment to him of a mortgage formerly made by John Smith to Henry Webb of Chelsey co. Middx gent., was in trust to protect the marriage settlement dated 20 November 1683, on the marriage of the said John Smith and Elizabeth Waldgrave of lands in [ ]
Signed and sealed by the parties.
Witnesses: Rich. Allison, Osmund Jefferys.

Note: There is nothing in this document to show where this was, but possibly the place is mentioned in other documents as Worth co. Sussex.


OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2128-2129  1683/4

Contents:
Appointment of Richard Bunter of Warwick, bailiff of Hundred of Kyngton. 24 Feb. 1683/4.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2130-2131  1684

Contents:
Artcles of George Bowers of Dunchurch,yeoman, bailiff of the Hundred of Knightlow. 24 Dec. 1684.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2132  1684

Contents:
Agreement dated 24 Dec. 1684 between Sir Andrew Hackett kt and Sheriff. and Richard Bunter, inneholder, and Humfrey Yardley & Baker,and John Turkey, dyer,all of Warwick.
Seal lost.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2133  1684/85

Contents:
Articles of Thomas Blew of Coleshill as bailiff or the Hundred of Hemlingford. 24 Feb. 1684/85

OTHER FAMILIES.  DR 18/1/2134-2135  1684-85

Contents:
Turnover dated 20 Jan. 1684-5 by Richard Verney late Sheriff to Sir Andrew Hacket kt new sheriff.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2136-2137-2138  1684-85

Contents:
Turnover dated 28 Feb. 1684-5 by Sir Andrew Hacket, to Sir Thomas Holbeche by way of assignment.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2139  1684-85

Contents:
Appointment of John Williams of Warwick as gaol keeper, 21 March 1684-85.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2140-2141  1685

Contents:
Appointment of Samuel Lee of Henley in Arden, gent., bailff of the Hundred of Barlichway 25 March 1685.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2142  1685

Contents:
Appointment by the Duke of Beaufort of Joseph Jones as a Lieutenant in a Regiment of Foot Militia for the County of Gloucester 10 May 1685
Signed by Beaufort.with a wafer seal ,armorial.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2143  1685

Contents:
Turnover of Sir Andrew Hackett late sheriff to Sir Charles Shuckborough sheriff 28 Dec.1685.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2144  [early 18 cent.]

Contents:
Petition of Peter Stanley, who has failed in the business of a mercer through the calamity of the times and badness of trade, for contributions to enable him to set up in trade again, for the support of his family.
Attested by about two dozen signatures including those of Tho. Leigh and P. Leigh.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2145  1702

Contents:
Indenture between Elizabeth Nicholls of Shastpn co.Dorset,widow, ,executrix to Thomas Nicholls of Shaftesbury, gent.and Thomas Nason of St Giles in the fields, gent.of the one part; and William Norcliffe of the other part. 9 Sept.1702. and

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2146-2147  1741

Contents:
Decalration of Trust. 17 April 1741, for £2000 transferred by Mrs Spence under Mr Powys marriage articles.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2148  1812

Contents:
Grant of an annuity of £30 by Charles Langford and Mary his wife, to David Newman. 22 May 1812.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2149  1812

Contents:
Grant of an annuity of £50 by Charles Langford of the East Middlesex Militia, and Mary his wife; to William Hicks of Hanover Square ,gentleman, in trust. for Richard Gallears and John Steele. 7 March 1812.

OTHER FAMILIES  DR 18/1/2150  1839

Contents:
Writ of execution in Chancery Suit between George Harborne and others, creditors of the late James George, plaintiffs, and William George, defendant.
Order to William George to pay £151 17s 0d into Court
Perkins of Studley to John Chamberlaine

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