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TITLE DEEDS RELATING TO THE CLIVE FAMILY OF WHITFIELD ESTATE


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Reference BB2
Covering dates 17th - 20th Centuries
Held by Herefordshire Record Office
Extent 19 Series
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Creators Clive family of Whitfield and Perrystone, Herefordshire



ABBEY DORE  [no ref. or date]

Blackmoor Estate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/1  28 June 1879

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) Henry Boyle Lee of West Peckham, co. Kent, Esq.; Rev. Henry Vivian Broughton of St. Marys Vicarage, Leicester; Joseph Cockfield Dinsdale of 50 Cornhill, London, banker.
(2)William Kelsall of Fareham, co. Hants., solicitor; Henry Francis Egbert Harrison, formerly of St. Marys Hospital, Paddington, now of 9 Park Villas, Shepherds Bush, co. Middx., surgeon; and Edward Hilder of 36 Jermyn Street, Westminster, solicitor
(3) Edward Lewis Gavin Robinson of 5 Barge Yard, Queen Victoria Street, London, solicitor and Harriet Egbertha Lucy his wife.
(4) Lucy Robinson of 60 Pembridge Villas, Bayswater, co. Middx., spinster.
(5) George Frederick Newmarch of Cirencester, co. Gloucs., Esq.
(6) Rev. Alleyne James Holmes, late of Nordelph Parsonage near Downham Market, co. Norfolk, now of Cowden, co. Kent.
(7) Charles Meysey Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
Recites deeds 1857-1879.
Consideration: £13,100.
Blackmore Estate, Abbey Dore and Vowchurch; part of Crossways Orchard and land formerly part of Brampton Estate; and cottage in Abbey Dore.
[Plan endorsed. Schedule included].
Attached: memo. concerning land marked on plan remaining part of Whitfield Estate. With certificate of payment (30 June 1879) concerning the sale; covenant for production of title deeds (recites deeds 1802-1877) and supplemental abstract of title.

Cockyard Farm  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/2  25 August 1906

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) Sarah Frances Wood of Lawnscroft, spinster.
(2) Percy Archer Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
Recites release (25 January 1834) and will of Mary Ann Wood (8 March 1878).
Consideration: £762.
Cockyard Farm, namely: Cockyard Tump, Prill Meadow, Long Close, two cottages and gardens occupied by Caroline Cleland, Thomas Miles and Ann Phipps; and Poolwellick Orchard.
[Plan and Schedule included/Acreages given].
With abstract of title (recitals 1834-1884).

Diffrin/Blackhouse/Little Jury  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/3  19 May 1744

Contents:
Marriage settlement.
(1) Anne Garnons of Trelough, widow of William Garnons, gent., and formerly widow of Richard Smyth of the Diffryn, Dore, gent.; Richard Smyth of the same place, his son; and Richard Winston of Wootton Underidge, co. Gloucs., clothier and Anne his wife, dau. of Richard Smyth.
(2) Elizabeth Rodd of Hinton, St. Martin, Hereford, spinster, granddau. and exor. of Elizabeth Eckley, late of Hinton, widow and also heir of Richard Eckley, late of Hinton, gent.
(3) William Garnons of Trelough, gent., son of William Garnons; and Thomas Rodd, late of Hereford, gent, father of (2).
(4) William Elfe of Wareham, gent. and Arnold Russell of St. Martin, Hereford, gent.
Consideration: marriage between Richard Smyth and (2); and £500.
The Diffrin, Comb Farm, Cockyard Vallett Wood, Diffrin Hill and adjoining tenement, the Blackhouse, land called Flingett and watercourse, all in Dore. Also farm in tenancy of James Davies, messuage called Wendlands, cottages in tenancy of David Price and John Williams, land occupied by Walter Baker, all in Byford.
Further Consideration: 10s. from (3) to (2).
Messuage in Guilford otherwise Eign Street, inhabited by John Hutchins, glover; and garden, stable and woodhouse, both in All Saints, Hereford; and messuages called Hither and Further Huntleys, and two messuages near Drybridge, St. Martins, Hereford.
[Boundaries given].
With copy will of Richard Smith of the Duffin, gent. (11 February 1701); copy will of Richard Smyth of Hinton, gent. (20 July 1768); pedigree of the Smythe family of North Nibley, co. Gloucs. and Condover, co. Salop; and extract (27 April 1836) of fine (25 May [1744]).

[no title]  BB2/4  2-3 June 1806

Contents:
Lease and Release/Trust settlement.
(1) Thomas Garnons of Aylestones Hill, Esq.
(2) Henry Barnes of the Fort, Esq.
Consideration: 10s.
As above [but not including Diffrin Hill, adjoining tenement and Flingett; and land in Byford], plus Rogers Farm occupied by William Lawrence and Richard Smyth; land occupied by Richard and Rowland Smyth, Little Jury Farm occupied by William Cesil, Bances Farm in possession of Richard Smyth, the Little Meadow at the Cockyard, all in possession of Thomas Pearce.
Also Trelough house occupied by John Fencott and Richard Fencott, Trelough Farm occupied by James Lewis, cottages occupied by Abraham Jones, Thomas Jones and [.......] in Wormbridge, St. Devereux, Kilpeck and Trevile; Boars land otherwise Boars hill Farm in St. Devereux and Kilpeck [Acreages given].
Above property settled to issue of (1), if any, or to his sister Sarah Garnons and his nephew Thomas Williams and nieces Annabella, Cassandra and Ann Williams.
With copy wills of Anne Williams of Monmouth (proved 21 September 1836) and Sarah Garnons of Weston under Penyard, spinster (25 August 1808).

[no title]  BB2/5  3-4 July 1834

Contents:
Lease and Release (and confirmation).
(1) Rev. Thomas Williams, clerk, rector of Llanvapley, co. Mon.
(2) James Powles of Monmouth, gent.

[no title]  BB2/6  8-9 July 1834

Contents:
Copy Lease and Release/Marriage settlement.
(1) Cassandra Williams of Monmouth, spinster.
(2) Henry Bird of Swansea, co. Glam., surgeon
(3) As in BB2/5 (1) and (2).
Share of (1) as above, and also land in Upper Lugg Meadow, Pencombe.

[no title]  BB2/7  28 February-1 March 1837

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) As in BB2/5 (1) and Elizabeth his wife.
(2) Annabella Williams of Monmouth, spinster.
(3) As in BB2/5 (1) and (2).
(4) As in BB2/6 (1) and (2).
(5)Edward Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
Recites deeds 1768-1834.
Consideration: £3,857 6s. 8d. from (5) to (1)-(3) each.
Rogers Farm, land in possession of Mary Pearce, the Diffryn otherwise Differing Farm, the Blackhouse Farm, Little Jury Farm, messuage called the Combe otherwise Cwm, Bances Farm, the Little Meadow at the Cockyard, the Cockyard Vallett Wood.
[Schedule included].
Also with abstract; declaration (7 January 1838) concerning William Garnons of Trelough, including schedule; plans (n.d.) surveyed by Jos. Powell [scale:4 chains-1"]; copy will (28 March 1801) and codicil of Sarah Garnons of Weston under Penyard, spinster; and two schedules of deeds (recitals 1747-1838, and 1699-1879).

Jewry/Jury  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/8  10 September 1825

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) Joseph Lea of the Holsty, Vowchurch, gent. (exor. of James Matthews, late of Newbrook, Abby Dore, farmer).
(2) Maria Cotes of Hereford, spinster.
(3)John Cleave of Hereford, gent.
Recites mortgage (11 June 1814) and will of James Matthews (21 December 1814).
Consideration: £300 from (2) to (1) for assignment and 10s. from (3) to (1) for: Moiety of Jury Bridge Farm, formerly occupied by John Watkins, now of James Barnett [Acreages given].

[no title]  BB2/9  10 October 1829

Contents:
Lease.
(1) John Higford of the Albany, Piccadilly, co. Middx., Esq.
(2) Rev. Allen Whitmore Lechmere of Hereford, clerk and Maria his wife (formerly Maria Cotes, spinster).
Rent: £15 and £5 for every a. cultivated.
Moiety of Jury Bridge cottage, late in occupation of Thomas Coates, M.D., and now of (2). [Acreages given and plan included].
With abstract of title of (1) [recitals 1771-1829].

[no title]  BB2/10  28-29 December 1830

Contents:
Lease and Release/Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) Mary Ann Cotes, late of Hereford, now of Cirencester, co. Gloucs., widow and relict of Thomas Cotes.
(2) As in BB2/9 (2).
(3) Richard Powell of Kingstone and John Powell of Eardisley, shopkeepers.
Recites lease and release (16-17 May 1814), mortgage (11 June 1814), will of Thomas Cotes (9 September 1821), BB2/8.
Consideration: £300 from (3) to (2).
As above, now occupied by Mrs. Bonnor. With abstract of assignment (26 October 1831) and letter (25 April 1833).

[no title]  BB2/11  1-2 February 1833

Contents:
Lease and Release/Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/10 (3).
(2) As in BB2/9, now of Stanford Rectory near Farringdon, co. Berks.
(3) John Aston of Hereford, gent.
(4) As in BB2/8 (3).
(5) The said Richard Powell.
(6) John George Smith of Hereford, gent.
(7) James Symonds of [Hereford], mercer.
(8) Benjamin Bennett of Preston on Wye, farmer.
Recitals as above, and will of James Matthews (21 December 1814) and BB2/9-10.
Consideration: £300 from (5) to (1).
As above.
Enclosed: Final Concord (8 January 1831). Also with abstract of the estate of (2) in two undivided moieties of messuage and land (recitals 1784-1830).

[no title]  BB2/12  7-9 April 1833

Contents:
Lease and Release/Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) John Higford of Newark House, co. Gloucs., Esq.
(2) As in BB2/11 (5).
(3) As in BB2/11 (6).
(4) William Turner of Red Lion Square, co. Middx., gent.
(5) As in BB2/8 (3).
Recites deeds 1829-1831.
Consideration: £460.
With covenant for production of title deeds (1771-1831), bond and draft sale agreement (November 1832).

[no title]  BB2/13  17 November 1858

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) As in BB2/10 (3).
(2) Mary Ann Powell of Abbey Dore, widow.
(3) Richard Powell of Kingstone, shopkeeper.
Recites will of Richard Powell of Jewry Cottage (13 July 1848).
Consideration: £1799.

[no title]  BB2/14  30 June 1875

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) Danzy Powell of Abbey Dore, farmer.
(2) George Cooke of Hereford, grocer.
Recites will of Richard Powell of Abbey Dore (5 November 1874).
Consideration: £350.
As above, and land: Jury Bridge meadow, Homestead, Jury Bridge orchard, The Five Acres, The Four Acres, The Three Acres, Upper and Lower Birches.
[Acreages given/Plan and Schedule included].

[no title]  BB2/15  2 February 1881

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) As in BB2/14 (2).
(2) As in BB2/14 (1).
(3) John Powell of Burghill, yeoman.
(4) Charles Maysey Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
Recital as above and BB2/14.
Consideration: £1500.
As above.
With schedule and plan; abstract of BB2/12 (1771-1833); abstract of title of 2 [1833-1879]; receipts and correspondence (June 1878-November 1881 and May 1884-March 1895) and declaration (27 February 1884) by Danzy Powell concerning the legacies of the will of Richard Powell; copy birth certificates of Elizabeth Johnson (6 November 1862) and James Johnson (13 May 1868), and baptism certificate of Danzy Johnson (19 January 1865) all of Abbey Dore; and inland revenue succession duty receipts (1875 and 1882).

[no title]  BB2/16  18 April 1884

Contents:
Declaration by Berlin V. Boice of Castalia, Erie County, Ohio, U.S.A., miller, concerning the children of Benjamin Johnson [family had emigrated]. Attached: note (8 April 1884) from Cynthia Knapp, midwife, that she was present at the birth of Gilbert Johnson (8 February 1874); and note from Boice that the family left for Kansas (8 February 1884).

Nells Wood  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/17  11 February 1919

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) James Collinge of Kinnerton Lodge, co. Flint., Esq.
(2) Lizzie Kelly of Mold, co. Flint., wife of Robert Stewart Kelly, solicitor.
(3) As in (1) and Edward Tristram (formerly spelt Trustram) of Oldham, co. Lancs., solicitor.
(4) Georgina Elizabeth Robinson of 14 Gardnor Mansions, Church Row, Hampstead, London, spinster.
(5) Stanley Fielder Mott of Greens Park, Towcester, co. Northants., Army Brigadier General.
(6) Edward Tristram and Oswald Robinson of Manchester, merchant.
(7) Gertrude Mary Kenyon-Fuller of Sandford Mill, Woodley, Reading, co. Berks., wife of Albert Charles Cleveland Kenyon-Fuller, Esq.
(8) As in (6).
(9) Rev. Hubert Gaster Chalk of St. Thomas's Vicarage, Exeter, clerk in holy orders.
(10) As in (6).
(11) George Barlow Robinson of Singleton, Bexhill on Sea, co. Sussex, Esq.
(12) George Spark Claydon of Prudential Buildings, Union Street, Oldham, solicitor.
(13) Wilhelmina Harriet Ascroft of Hurst Lodge, Sunningdale, co. Berks., widow.
(14) Gordon Barlow Ascroft of the Tudor House, Luston, Army Captain; and Walter Maw of Oldham, solicitor.
(15) Margaret Ellen Denniss of Belmont, Uxbridge, co. Middx., wife of Edmund Robert Bartley Denniss, Esq., M.P., barrister at law.
(16) The said Edmund Robert Bartley Denniss; Alfred Berry Weaver of Cedar Lawn, Hampstead Heath, co. Middx., Esq., barrister at law; and George Hanson Denniss of Gliddon Road, West Kensington, London, Esq., barrister at law.
(17) John Pask and Victor Pask, both of St. Julians, Caerleon, co. Mon., timber merchants.
Recites deeds 1860-1912 and wills of James Cottinge (17 January 1870), Ethel Harriette Mott (5 February 1904) and Winifred Margaret Chalk (17 February 1904).
Consideration: From (17) as follows: £125 each to (1) and (3); £83 6s. 8d. to (14) and (16) and £16 13s. 4d. to (4), (6), (8), (10) and (12).
Land including Nells Wood, in occupation of Charles Taylor. [Boundaries/Acreages given]. Plan also endorsed.
Appended: Conveyance. 16 April 1919.
(1) Louisa Robinson of Singleton, Terminus Avenue, Bexhill on Sea, widow.
(2) As in (12).
(3) As in (17).
Recites will of George Barlow Robinson (17 July 1909).
Consideration: £16 13s. 4d.
Share of the above (Longwood Farm).
With copy statutory declaration (19-20 November 1910) of (13), Elizabeth Collinge of Kinnerton Lodge, co. Flint, widow, and (4); copy will of George Barlow Robinson of Braehead, Hythe, Southampton, co. Hants., Esq.; conveyance (24 October 1923) from (17) to Alice Muriel Clive of Whitfield, widow; and abstract of title with plan (1860-1919).

ALLENSMORE  [no ref. or date]

Hungerstone  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/18  5-6 December 1774

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) John Russell of Hereford, gent.
(2) Zacharias Whiting of Aldermarston, co. Berks., clerk (son of Tithicus Whiting of Mathon, co. Worcs., clerk, who was son and devisee of Zacharias Whiting of Thruxton, decd.) and Mary his wife.
(3) Ann Whiting the elder of Winnall, Allensmore, spinster (eldest dau. of Zacharias Whiting decd.) and Salome Lewis, her sister.
(4) William Jenkins of Mawfield, Allensmore, weaver.
Consideration: £50.
Messuage and smiths shop and adjoining 3a., occupied by Thomas Bevan, blacksmith.
With copy will (17 August 1733) of Zacharias Whiting of Thruxton, clerk.

[no title]  BB2/19  24-25 February 1791

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Mary Jenkins of Allensmore, widow of William Jenkins, late of Mawfield, weaver; Benjamin Matty of Allensmore, blacksmith and Ann his wife (dau. of William Jenkins).
2 William Merrick of Thruxton, yeoman.
Consideration: £140.
As above, now occupied by Benjamin Matty.
With Final Concord (1792); land tax redemption certificate (9 February 1799) and land tax register office certificate (10 April 1799).

[no title]  BB2/20  2 February 1872

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) Francis Merrick and Arnold Merrick of Hereford, booksellers.
(2) Charlotte Smith of Hereford, widow.
Recites BB2/19, will of William Merrick of Thruxton, and will of Elizabeth Merrick (10 May 1845).
Consideration: £850.
As above, now occupied by John Rudge. [Plan included].
With conveyance (26 October 1872) from (1) to Rev. Archer Clive of Whitfield, clerk (consideration £150); abstract of title of (1) [1791-1872]; probate (14 June 1824) of the will of William Merrick; and insurance policy (8 October 1858) and receipts (1861-1862) [includes illustrated billhead].

CLODOCK  [no ref. or date]

Messuage in Llanveynoe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/21  15-16 March 1776

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Walter Jeffreys of Brecon, Esq.
(2) James Price of Longtown, Clodock, taylor.
(3) John Jenkins of Trewern, Clodock, gent.
Consideration: £160.
Messuage formerly in possession of James William and David Prosser.
With mortgage (23 April 1776) from (2) to Joshua Morgan of Lanwenarth, co. Mon, yeoman (consideration £80) and Bond (£160).

[no title]  BB2/22  7 June 1793

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage (with bond).
(1) Israel Morgan of Lanwenarth, co. Mon., yeoman (exor. of Joshua Morgan, yeoman) and Rebekah Morgan of the same pa., spinster (legatee of Joshua Morgan).
(2) As in BB2/21 (2) but now of Lanveyno, Clodock.
(3) Elizabeth Gwillim of Lancillo, widow.
Recites mortgage (3 April 1776).
Consideration: £80 from (3) to (1) and (2) each.

[no title]  BB2/23  23-24 February 1801

Contents:
Lease and Release (with assignment).
(1) As in BB2/22 (2).
(2) As in BB2/22 (3).
(3) Walter Prichard of Lancillo, yeoman and Elizabeth his wife.
(4) John Prichard, Walter Prichard the younger, James Prichard, Philip Prichard, Ann Phillips, Joan Phillips and Mary Prichard, children of (3).
(5) Jeremiah Rosher of Trewin, Esq.
(6) Richard Adams of Pontrylas, Kentchurch, gent.
Recites BB2/21 and BB2/22.
Consideration: £32 5s. from (3) to (1); £187 15s. from (3) and (6) to (2); 10s. from (5) to (1); and £87 15s. from (3) and £100 from (6) to (2).

[no title]  BB2/24  14 November 1805

Contents:
Feoffment.
(1) Elizabeth Prichard of Longtown, Clodock, widow of Walter Prichard.
(2) James Prichard of Lantilliopertholey, co. Mon., smith, son of (1).
(3) John Prichard of Lanveyno, cordwainer, also son of (1).
(4) Gabriel Evans of Lanveyno.
Recites BB2/23.
Consideration: £20.
Seventh part of messuage as above.

[no title]  BB2/25  13-14 October 1808

Contents:
Lease and Release (with final concord).
(1) As in BB2/24 (1): BB2/24 (3); Walter Prichard the younger of Comyoy, co. Mon., yeoman; Thomas Phillips of Roulstone, yeoman and Ann his wife; Hugh Phillips of Clodock and Joan his wife; Thomas Llewelling of Llanvihangel, co. Mon., farmer and Mary his wife (children of Elizabeth and Walter Prichard).
(2) Phillip Prichard of Llanveyno, yeoman.
Recites BB2/23.
Consideration: £140.

[no title]  BB2/26  20 October 1808

Contents:
Assignment of Lease.
(1) John Adams of Pontrilas, Kentchurch, gent., exor. of Richard Adams of the same place.
(2) As in BB2/25 (2).
(3) Judith Adams of Pontrilas, spinster.
Recites deed 1776.
Consideration: £100.
With extract of will (14 August 1804) of Richard Adams.

[no title]  BB2/27  20 October 1818

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/26 (3).
(2) As in BB2/25 (2).
(3) As in BB2/26 (1).
Recites deeds 1776-1808.
Consideration: £200.

[no title]  BB2/28  22-23 April 1831

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) John Adams of Wormbridge, gent. and as in BB2/25 (2).
(2) Philip Prichard of Lanveynoe, yeoman.
(3) James Meredith of Lanveynoe, yeoman and Elizabeth his wife.
(4) Charles Bodenham of Hereford, gent.
Recites BB2/21 and 27.
Consideration: £200 from (3) to (1) and £130 from (3) to (2).
With appointment (25 April 1831) from (3) to Mary Stephens of Calver Hill, Norton Canon, spinster (£300) concerning the messuage and also a cottage and land in Olchon Forest opposite Bayley Batch commonly called David Pritchards land.
Also copy appointment (4 June 1831) from (3) to Francis Lewis Bodenham of Hereford, gent. (£168).

[no title]  BB2/29  22-23 January 1835

Contents:
Lease and Release/Appointment.
(1) As in BB2/28 (3).
(2) Also as in BB2/28 (3).
(3) Mary Stephens of Wormsley Grange, spinster.
(4) Philip Pritchard of Llanveyno, yeoman and Ann his wife.
(5) George Goldring of Trewyn House, Bwlch, Esq.
Recites BB2/28.
Consideration: £300 from (5) to (3).
With assignment of lease (23 January 1835)
(1) As in BB2/28 (4).
(2) As in BB2/28 (2) and Elizabeth his wife.
(3) As in (5) above.
(4) Thomas Hughes of Abergavenny, co. Mon., gent., trustee of (5) above.
Also with schedule of deeds (1862).

Messuage in Olchon  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/30  18 June 1752

Contents:
Lease.
(1) John Jeffreys of West Sheen, co. Surrey, Esq., Lord of the Manor of Ewyas Lacy.
(2) Ann Probert of Llanveynoe, Clodock, spinster.
Consideration: £10.
Rent: 2s.
Tenement occupied by James Probert and land in Olghon Forest.

[no title]  BB2/31  1-2 February 1794

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Walter Jeffreys of Brecon, Esq.
(2) David Price of Olchon, Clodock, yeoman.
Consideration: £37.
As above, now in tenure of William Edwards.
With mortgage (11 March 1794) from (2) to James Gilbert of Llancillow, gent. (£140). Also includes land called the Purcas.

[no title]  BB2/32  23-24 April 1799

Contents:
Lease and Release (with assignment and bond).
(1) As in BB2/31 (2), bro. of Edward Price of the same place, yeoman.
(2) James Gilbert of Llancillow, gent.
(3) Hannah Hunt, late of Clodock, now of Hereford, spinster.
(4) As in BB2/31 (1).
(5) Samuel Price of St. Margarets, blacksmith.
(6) Thomas Lewis of Abergavenny, co. Mon., surgeon and apothecary.
(7) David Watkins of St. Margarets, husbandman.
(8) William Watkins of Clodock, yeoman.
Recites BB2/31.
Consideration: £140 from (6) to (2) and £60 from (1) to (6).

[no title]  BB2/33  16 May 1800

Contents:
Release (with assignment).
(1) As in BB2/32 (5), now of Llanveyno, Clodock, and Ann his wife.
(2) As in BB2/32 (7).
(3) As in BB2/32 (8).
Recites BB2/32 and articles of agreement (1 May 1800).
Consideration: £115.

[no title]  BB2/34  22-23 April 1803

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) As in BB2/32 (7).
(2) John Prichard of Longtown, Clodock, yeoman.
(3) As in BB2/32 (8).
Recites BB2/32.
Consideration: £315.

[no title]  BB2/35  1-3 February 1812

Contents:
Lease and Release (with assignment).
(1) As in BB2/32 (8).
(2) As in BB2/34 (2).
(3) John Rogers the younger of Walterstone, farmer.
(4) David Watkins of St. Margarets, farmer.
(5) Sampson Rogers of Cathedin[e], co. Brecon, farmer.
Consideration: £238 17s. 6d. from (3) to (1); £196 2s. 6d. from (3) to (2).

[no title]  BB2/36  2-3 September 1830

Contents:
Lease and Release (with assignment).
(1) As in BB2/35 (3).
(2) William Rogers of the same parish, farmer.
(3) John Church Morrice of Brecon, gent.
(4) As in BB2/35 (5).
(5) Samuel Church of Brecon, gent.

[no title]  BB2/37  7-8 July 1834

Contents:
Lease and Release (with assignment).
(1) William Rogers of Clodock, farmer.
(2) George Goldring of Trewin House, Esq.
Consideration: £525.
As above, now site of an ancient messuage.
[Assignment is to Thomas Hughes of Abergavenny, trustee of (2)].

[no title]  BB2/38  14 September 1861

Contents:
Conditions for the sale of Puncas Farm.
With abstract of title to a site of a decayed messuage and land, land called Puncas (1752-1834), and messuage and eight closes of land (1776-1861).

[no title]  BB2/39  1 September 1875

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) William Williams of the Caio [Kayo], Llanveyno, Clodock, gent.
(2) Thomas Probert of Llanveyno, yeoman.
(3) Edward Russell of the same, yeoman.
Recites deed (19 June 1855).
Consideration: £160.
Tybach and Common Bach (sometimes called Olchon).

EATON BISHOP  [no ref. or date]

Cagebrook and elsewhere  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/40  2-3 December 1776

Contents:
Copy Lease and Release (with copy Common Recovery).
(1) Moore Green of Cage Brook, Eaton Bishop, Esq. (devisee of John Smith, late of Cage Brook, Esq.) and his son John Moore Green.
(2) Richard Thurston of Lincolns Inn, London, gent.
(3) Edmund Pateshall of Allensmore, Esq.
Consideration: 10s.
Cagebrook and lands, Marsh House farm, Townhouse otherwise the Wellhouse farm. Also Grange Farm and the Cockyard, Kingston and Dore; the Townhouse and adjoining messuage, Smallbrook, Coldwell, Kingston; Hill farm, Vowchurch; land called Postons Hill and the Greens, Peterchurch, Turnaston and Vowchurch; messuage near Peterchurch church and adjoining the Hospital garden, and also adjoining messuage, land inclosed near Saint Peters Well, land called Whitehatts Place, ½a., 1a., land enclosed in Peterchurch field, land in Poolney common meadow, land called the West Acre, Dry Acre, land in the close in West Field, land in the Forge Orchard, Peterchurch.
Also farm in possession of John Rudge, St. Devereux and Treveil; the Court Farm, Dayhouse farm, messuage, St. Devereux and Didley; Piggs farm, the Heath and 5a., St. Devereux; Grittal farm, Dore; farm in possession of David Watkins, Craswall and Michaelchurch Escley; Grigland farm, Michaelchurch Escley; farm in tenancy of James Williams, Castleton, Clifford; Upper Westbrook Farm and Lower Westbrook Farm, Clifford; Cublington Farm, Madley; two messuages and a decayed messuage in Widemarsh Street, two stables in All Saints and St Peters, Hereford; moiety of messuage called Willow Bridge; and land in St. Devereux, Great Dewchurch and Trevil.
[Boundaries/Acreages given].

[no title]  BB2/41  12 September 1809

Contents:
Copy Lease and Release (12 June 1782).
(1) Elizabeth Osborne of Monksmill, Wotton Underedge, co. Gloucs., widow (dau. of George White, late of New Weare, gent., who was devisee of John Smith, late of Eaton Bishop, gent.).
(2) John Moore Green of Cagebrook, Esq., son of Moore Green, late of the same place, Esq.
Recites will of John Smith (19 December 1722), BB2/40.
Consideration: 10s.
As above.
With deed of covenant for production of title deeds (2 September 1809) from (2) to William Croome of Cirencester, Co. Gloucs., Esq.; copy will of John Smith; copy will (19 May 1804) and codicils of John Moore Green; copy burial certificate (20 January 1824) of Meliora Green of Eston Bishop; declaration (4 April 1862) of John Cleave of Hereford, attorney at law, concerning John Samuel Gowland, Esq., of Cagebrook; copy sale conditions (5 September 1859 and 30 October 1861) concerning Cagebrook House and elsewhere; and inland revenue succession duty receipts (March 1859-September 1862) concerning Marsh House Farm, Eaton Bishop, farm in Kingstone, and Cublington farm, Madley.

EWYAS HAROLD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/42  9 January 1908

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) Most Hon. William, Marquess of Abergavenny, Kt. of the Most Noble Order of the Garter.
(2) Hon. Ralph Pelham Nevill of Birling Manor, co. Kent; and Hon. Charles Gathorne Gathorne Hardy of 43 Lennox Gardens, London, retd. Col.
(3) Percy Archer Clive of Whitfield, retd. Capt.
Recites Chancery Order (9 August 1883) and deed (28 April 1899).
Consideration: £1,100 from (3) to (2).
49a. 20p. of land near Elm Farm [Plan included].
With abstract of the title (1907) to the settled estates of (1), including lands at Ewias Harold sold to (3) [1871-1899].

KENDERCHURCH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/43  n.d.[post 1904]

Contents:
Plans of Grove cottages, near Howton Grove Farm. Scale: 12 chains-1".

[no title]  BB2/44  6 June 1957

Contents:
Receipt and indemnity concerning acquisition by the Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation of land from the exors. of M.G.D. Clive, for road improvements. [Plan included].

KENTCHURCH/KILPECK  [no ref. or date]

Skirrid etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/45  18 May 22 Charles [1646]

Contents:
Feoffment.
(1) Elizabeth Watkins of Keinchurche, widow of John Watkins, and dau. of Henry Waythen, late of Keinchurche, decd.; and William Watkins, late of Newton, St. John Baptist, Hereford, yoman.
(2) Thomas Watkins of Keinchurch, yoman, son of John and Elizabeth Watkins.
Consideration: £70.
Part tenement called Llanerhowell also Skirres also Skirriddes.

[no title]  BB2/46  25 July 1665

Contents:
Feoffment (with counterpart).
(1) Morgan Jones of Kentchurch, yoman and Marie his wife; and Jeffrey Jones of the same place, their son.
(2) Rees Prosser of Rolston, gent. and Roger Watkins of Kentchurch, gent.
Recites articles of agreement (6 February [1664/65]).
Consideration: marriage between Jeffrey Jones and Anne his wife, sister of Rees Prosser; and £200.
Moiety of messuage called Tyre Skyrrit and land 39a., recently remortgaged from Richard Heath of Pistilbrooke, Kentchurch, clerk. Also messuage and land 500a. in possession of (1).
Endorsed: memo. that Jeffrey Jones and Anne his wife have the right to cut timber from the properties.

[no title]  BB2/47  24 February 1667/68

Contents:
Feoffment.
(1) Thomas Watkyns of Kentchurch, gent. and Johan his wife.
(2) John Markey of Dewchurch, gent.
Consideration: £110.
Part of as above, inhabited by (1) and 72a. Also tenement and land in Kilpeck.

[no title]  BB2/48  22 June 1669

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) Jeffrey Jones of Kentchurch, yoman and Anne his wife.
(2) William James of Killpecke, yoman.
Consideration: £50.
As above, in possession of (1) and 50a.
Endorsed: Assignment of Mortgage (3 February 1672) from (2) to James Roberts of Lower Bullingham, blacksmith (£50).

[no title]  BB2/49  24 June 1681

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage (with counterpart).
(1) As in BB2/48 (1) and (2) and James Roberts as in above endorsement.
(2) Thomas Watkines of Howtons Corte, Kenderchurch, yeoman.
Consideration: £100.

[no title]  BB2/50  13 October 1690

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) John Watkins of Kentchurch, gent. and Ursula his wife.
(2) Phillip Hopkin the younger of Dixton, co. Mon., gent.
Consideration: £50.
Skirrids and the meadow under the house, the Parke, the Plotts. [Acreages given]
Attached: Final Concord (£200).

[no title]  BB2/51  3-4 February 1700/01

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Andrew Jones of Kentchurch, gent.
(2) Thomas Paynard of Hereford, tobacconist.
Consideration: £50.
Orchard at Tyre Skirrit 3a. and adjoining 39a. in tenancy of Richard Hergest.

[no title]  BB2/52  6-7 October 1704

Contents:
Lease and Release/Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/49 (2), now of New hous; as in BB2/51 (2); Andrew Jones of Hereford, clerk and John Jones of Kentchurch, yeom[an] (sons of Jeffry Jones and Gayno? his wife); and William Jones of Little Pendigged, St. Weonards, weaver (bro. of Jeffry Jones).
(2) Benjamin Mason of Little Dewchurch, gent. and James Roberts of Tresseck, Hentland, yeoman.
Consideration: £125 18s.
As in BB2/46.

[no title]  BB2/53  30 September-1 October 1712

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Rachael Mason of Little Dewchurch, widow and exor. of Benjamin Mason; and Andrew Jones of Wellington, clerke.
(2) Margarett Taylor, widow of Thomas Taylor of Little Field, LLangarren, yeoman.
(3) Walter Roberts of Ross, gent.
Consideration: £310 from (3) to (1) and (2).
As above.

[no title]  BB2/54  23-24 April 1714

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Ruth Hopkin of Dixton, co. Mon., widow of Phillip Hopkin, gent.; their son Phillip Hopkin; and as in BB2/50 (1).
(2) Walter Rogers of the Middle Temple, London, Esq.
Consideration: £50
As in BB2/50.

[no title]  BB2/55  29-30 October 1714

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) As in BB2/52 (3).
(2) Andrew Jones of Wellington, clerk.
(3) George Clive of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., Esq.
(4) Edward Clive of London, gent.
Consideration: £352 14s.
As in BB2/46, and 90a.

[no title]  BB2/56  30 October 1714

Contents:
Release [lease missing].
(1) As in BB2/55 (2).
(2) As in BB2/55 (4).
Consideration: £400.
As above.

[no title]  BB2/57  20 September 1715

Contents:
Lease.
(1) As in BB2/55 (4).
(2) William Prichard of Door, carpenter.
(3) Rowland Prosser of Door, yeoman.
Rent: £20.
Messuage in possession of William Charles and land (except 5a. of timber coppice).

[no title]  BB2/58  22-23 November 1736

Contents:
Lease and Release/Mortgage.
(1) John Tyler of Dillwyn, Esq. and Sarah his wife.
(2) Thomas Watkins of Kentchurch, gent., son of John Watkins and Ursula his wife.
(3) Elizabeth Rogers of the Broomy Close, spinster (dau. of Walter Rogers, Esq., as is Sarah Tyler).
Consideration: 5s. from (3) to (1) and £120 from (3) to (2).
Part of as in BB2/45, formerly inhabited by John Watkins; and messuage and land 72a., formerly inhabited by Thomas Watkins.
With further mortgage of £137 (5 October 1754).

[no title]  BB2/59  1-2 March 1759

Contents:
Lease and Release/Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/58 (3).
(2) As in BB2/58 (2), now of Orcop.
(3) Kedgwin Hoskins of Clowerwall, Newland, co. Gloucs., gent.
Consideration: £200 from (3) to (1).
As in BB2/45 and 50.
Attached: Release (£212 16s.) of 11 October 1760 between (3) and John Watkins of St. Mary Cray, co. Kent, plumber, nephew of (2).

[no title]  BB2/60  2-3 October 1760

Contents:
Lease and Release (with Assignment and Deed to lead the uses of a fine).
(1) Thomas Philips of Hereford, Esq. and Sarah his wife (dau. and exor. of Robert Ravenhill, late of Hereford, mercer).
(2) William Ravenhill of Hereford, mercer.
(3) Robert Watkins of Kinlett, co. Salop., clerk (exor. of Roger Watkins, late of Hereford, gent., and bro. and heir of John Watkins, late of Saint Catherines, Jamaica, gent., who was eldest son and heir of Roger Watkins); Roger Watkins, Fellow of Baliel Colledg, Univ. of Oxon. and Anne Watkins of Leominster, spinster (all surviving children of Roger Watkins, decd.).
(4) Hon. Sir Edward Clive, Kt., one of the Justices of the Court of Common Pleas.
(5) Samuel Grove of Wormbridge, gent.
Recites lease and releases (17-18 September 1727 and 15-16 October 1735), deed poll (27 February 1730/31), wills of Roger Watkins (29 September 1730) and Robert Ravenhill (23 December 1741), and release (20 March 1738).
Consideration: £300 from (4) to (1) and £210 from (4) to (3).
Messuage formerly in possession of Robert Christopher and afterwards of William George, as undertenants to Roger Watkins; and the Claypitts, formerly in possession of Thomas Watkins, and now of Roger Watkins, with James Wyld as undertenant.

[no title]  BB2/61  27-28 September 1765

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) John Watkins of St. Mary Cray, co. Kent, plumber.
(2) As in BB2/60 (4).
Consideration: £575.
As in BB2/45 and 50.
With Final Concords (£100).

Land  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/62  8 November 1707

Contents:
Feoffment to uses.
(1) Humphrey Minton of Hereford, innholder.
(2) Walter Sayse of Killpeck, gent. (bro. and heir of John Sayse the younger, late of Kilpeck, gent., who was son and heir of John Sayse the elder, late of Killpeck, gent.).
(3) Rt. Hon. James Briges, Lord Chandos, Baron of Sudely Castle, co. Gloucs.
Recites deed 15 April 1703.
Consideration: £360 10s. from (3) to (1).
Land called Worn[e?]r Meadow, Wheatefield, the Lower Wheatefield, Howtons field, Claypit field, Shippswood, Upper Birch field, Mill meadow and the Moores, formerly occupied by John Sayse, younger and elder.8 November 1707.

KILPECK  [no ref. or date]

Bridge Farm  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/63  2 June 1777

Contents:
Bargain and Sale.
(1) Samuel Vaughan of Monmouth, Esq., and Ann his wife, formerly Ann Fisher, spinster, sister of Daniell Fisher, late of Ross, gent., nephew of Richard Fisher of Lions Inn, co. Middx., gent.
(2) Sir Rowland Hill of Hawkestone, Bt.
(3) James Charles Booth of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., Esq. and Mary his wife.
(4) Edwyn Francis Stanhope of Stanwell, co. Middx., Esq. and Rt. Hon. Lady Catherine Stanhope his wife.
(5) Sir Hungerford Hoskyns of Harewood, Bt., and John Brewster of Burton Court, Esq.
Recites indenture (1 March 1732/33), Chancery decree, articles of agreement (8 May 1776).
Bridge Farm, occupied by Michael Watkins.
Attached: Final Concords [3 November] 18 George III [1777].

Kilpeck Green  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/64  26-27 October 1820

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Charles Gomond Cooke of Southampton Street, Covent Garden, London, Esq. and Susanna Gomonde of Bath, co. Somersett, widow.
(2) Mary Watkins of Huntington, Holmer, spinster.
Consideration: £48.
Messuage, garden, and orchard (½a.) in occupation of Michael Watkins and formerly the estate of Samuel Gomond of Bristol, Esq. [Boundaries given].

[no title]  BB2/65  20-21 April 1827

Contents:
Lease and Release/Marriage settlement.
(1) John Walwyn of Huntington, Holmer, yeoman.
(2) As in BB2/64 (2).
(3) John Aston the elder of Hereford.
Consideration: 15s. from (3) to (2) and marriage of (1) and (2).
Also copy marriage settlement and counsels opinion (19 December 1834).

[no title]  BB2/66  19-20 September 1836

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Mary Watkins of Clifton, co. Gloucs., spinster (niece and heiress of Mary, late the wife of John Walwyn, formerly Mary Watkins, spinster, and only surviving child of John Watkins, bro. of Mary Watkins and late of Monmouth, malster, by Alias his wife).
(2) As in BB2/65 (1), admin. of his wife Mary.
(3) As in BB2/65 (3).
(4) Joseph Parry of Kilpeck, carpenter.
Recites BB2/65.
Consideration: £100.
Also letter (16 April 1836) including copy marriage certificate of John Watkins and Alias Underwood (6 September 1809) [letter is torn]; affidavits relating to the children of John Watkins (7 June, 11 July and 20 September 1836); and copy (19 September 1836) burial certificate of Michael Watkins (30 December 1829), aged 82.

[no title]  BB2/67  28-29 September 1836

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) William Parry of 86 Salisbury Street, Portman Square, St. Marylebone, co. Middx., bricklayer.
(2) Richard Parry of Kilpeck, mason; Matthew Morgan of St. Devereux, mason and Mary his wife.
(3) Thomas Parry of Lanwarne, mason.
(4) Mary Cooke of Kings Caple, widow.
(5) Thomas Rudge of Ross, gent.
Consideration: £40 from (4) to (3).
Messuage with stone cutters shop in occupation of Mary Parry.
With probate (23 August 1832) of the will of William Parry of Kilpeck, mason.

[no title]  BB2/68  25 March 1837

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) Joseph Parry of Kilpeck, carpenter.
(2) Henry Hughes of Broad Street, Hereford, turner.
Consideration: £150.
As above, now in possession of (1).
Endorsed: memo. (23 March 1839) that a further £10 was advanced from (2) to (1).

[no title]  BB2/69  23 July 1846

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) As in BB2/68 (1).
(2) As in BB2/68 (2).
(3) John James Reynolds of Hereford, gent.
Consideration: £225.
As above, but ½a. now occupied by Charles Hope and shop by William Seal.
With copy will (11 March 1847) of Henry Hughes.

[no title]  BB2/70  29-30 November 1852

Contents:
Lease and Release/Feoffment to uses.
(1) Thomas Parry of Wormley Tump, Lanwarne, mason.
(2) Samuel Tillotson of Kingstone, minister [Primitive methodist].
(3) Richard Parry of Kilpeck, mason; Philip Lewis of Wormbridge, farmer; Benjamin Watkins of Nether Town Pencoyd, farmer; John Sayer of Didley, shoemaker; James Preece of Wormbridge, farmer; Joseph Thomas of Much Dewchurch, labourer; James Williams of Wormlow Tump, shoemaker; and Cornelius Morgan of Much Dewchurch, miller [Primitive Methodist trustees].
As above, now occupied by Ann Jones, widow upon trust that a Primitive Methodist chapel and school be erected.
Appended: memo. that the deed was enrolled in court (17 May 1862).

[no title]  BB2/71  29 January 1862

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) Margaret Hughes of Eign Street, Hereford, widow.
(2) William Powell of Kilpeck, farmer.
As in BB2/69 (3).
Recites BB2/69 and will of Henry Hughes.
Two messuages and land, now occupied by [John] Lewis and John Harris [Boundaries given].
With sale agreement (28 September 1861).

[no title]  BB2/72  21 May 1862

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) As in BB2/70 (3) except James Preece. Benjamin Watkins now of Shenmore, Madley; John Sayer now of Warrington, co. Lancs. and Joseph Thomas now of Kilpeck.
(2) As in BB2/71 (2).
(3) William Griffiths of Kilpeck, farmer.
Consideration: £40.
As above [Primitive Methodists were selling the property to build a larger chapel on land to be purchased from 2.]
With conveyance (31 December 1862) from (2) to Rev. Archer Clive of Whitfield, clerk (£308).

New Barns Farm  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/73  18 August 1936

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) Alexander Archibald McBean, formerly of Owlpen House, Illey, co. Gloucs., now of Cilwendeg Park, Boncath, co. Pembroke, retd. capt., 12th Royal Lancers.
(2) Barclays Bank Ltd., registered office at 54 Lombard Street, London.
(3) Sybil Frances Lucas-Scudamore of Kentchurch Court, widow.
(4) Arthur Webber, formerly of Michaelstown Castle, co. Cork, Dublin, Irish Free State, but now of Baldonell House, Clondalkin, co. Dublin; Ernest Henry Greene, formerly of Cappah Lodge, co. Monaghan, Ireland, afterwards of The Cedars, Ewyas Harold, but now of Cap House, Llangua, co. Mon., gent. and (3) [trustees].
(5) Meysey George Dallas Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
Recites mortgages (20 March 1897 and 3 April 1933) and deed (24 June 1926).
Consideration: £120.
Part of New Barns Farm.
Plan and schedule (1897-1933) included. Also with abstracts of title (1933-1936); Land Registry search certificate (10 August) and correspondence.

Kilpeck rectory etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/74  10 June 1818

Contents:
Release [lease missing].
(1) Edward Bolton Clive of Whitfield Lodge, Esq.
(2) Edward Clive, army capt., eldest son of (1).
(3) Frederick Keppel of Lexham Hall, co. Norfolk, Esq. and Henry Clive of Manchester Square, co. Middx., Esq.
Recites Lease (31 July 1770); will of Sir Edward Clive (30 December 1768) and codicil (23 August 1777).
Consideration: 10s.
Kilpeck rectory and tithes. Also 40a.; Priors Acre; and Priors Meadow belonging to the Bishoprick of Gloucester, as part of lands belonging to the late monastery of St. Peter.

Land  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/75  12 January 1957

Contents:
Copy memorandum of agreement.
(1) Hon. Richard Glynne Lyttleton of 7 The Grove, Highgate, London, N6, manufacturer; and Donald Burnett of Bank Chambers, Broad Street, Hereford, land agent, (exors. of M.G.D. Clive).
(2) Herefordshire County Council.
Consideration: 15 guineas.
Two strips of land for road improvement [Plan included].

KINGSTONE  [no ref. or date]

Arkstons Park etc  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/76  14 February 1710/11

Contents:
Feoffment.
(1) Thomas James of Arkston, Kingston, yeoman and Anne his wife.
(2) William Cooke of Thruxton, gent.
Consideration: £30.
Land adjoining Arkstons Park; land formerly called Webbs Plock; Hellerfield; land in Millfield, in possession of (1).
With extract (6 July 1810) of final concord.

[no title]  BB2/77  17 May 1862

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) Evan Pateshall, the Pool House, Hereford, Esq.; and John Jones Cleave of the Inner Temple, London, barrister.
(2) Rev. Thomas Boys Croome of Siston Rectory, co. Gloucs., clerk; and James Capel Croome of Cerney House, gent. (exors. of William Croome).
Recites settlement (7 September 1837), deeds (26 September 1840, 16 August 1852 and 24 June 1858), and Chancery Order (10 November 1860).
Consideration: £180.
Land in Mill Common Field in occupation of James Dew [Acreages given and plan included].
With abstract of title (12 November 1859) [1837-1858], and payment certificate (13 May 1862).

Cockyard Meadow  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/78  3 August 1868

Contents:
Conveyance (with Covenant to produce title deeds and Abstract of Title).
(1) William Humfrys of Hereford, gent.
(2) John Wathen of Bridge Court, Kingstone, gent. and Edwin Wathen of The Green [Kingstone], gent.
(3) Rev. Archer Clive of Whitfield, clerk.
Recites deed (4 January 1865) and will of John Watkins (11 January 1865).
Consideration: £160.
Cockyard meadow, in the occupation of John Mayos.

Coldwell  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/79  12 June 1957

Contents:
Copy memorandum of agreement.
(1) As in BB2/75 (1).
(2) Herefordshire County Council.
Consideration: £30.
Two strips of land for road improvement at the B4349 [Plan included].

Deans Lays etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/80  31 December 1808

Contents:
Deed of Exchange.
(1) Sir George Cornewall of Moccas Court, Bt. (heretofore Sir George Amyand, eldest son of Sir George Amyand, formerly of Carshalton, co. Surry, Bt.) and Dame Catherine Cornewall his wife (dau. of Vellers Cornewall, formerly of Moccas, Esq.) and George Cornewall of Moccas, Esq., son of (1).
(2) Custos and Vicars of the College of Vicars in the choir of the Cathedral Church of Hereford.
Consideration: 10s.
The Deans Lays, Broomy Plock Meadow, New Leasow Wood, Brookfield Meadow, Brookfield Inclosure, land formerly part of Dunswater Farm and the Wind Ditch in exchange for the Canon Meadow, Tumpy Close, Tumpy Close meadow, Portway Meadow, land in Portway Common Field, land in the Lowe field, the Hales, Paynes Barn and Close, the Pigeon Close, Green Close, land in Brookfield inclosure, land in Brookfield meadow, land in Brook common field, the Deans Leys, land at Dunswater old hopyard, land in Cris common field, land called Austins Field, land in Kipperley common field, Kipperley plock meadow, land in the Birches, land in Mitchellwood near Bigsty, land in the Adder Pitts, the Broad Moor, land in West Field and the New Leasow.

[no title]  BB2/81  31 December 1808

Contents:
Deed of Exchange.
(1) Sir George Cornewall of Moccas Court, Bt.
(2) John Moore Green of Cagebrook, Esq.
Land in Austins field, Jones's Plocks, Jones's Orchard, Austins Plock in Kingston formerly leased from Custos and Vicars of College of Hereford in exchange for land called Munck?, Mears Meadow, Daniels Plocks, land in the Westfield, land at Kipperley common field.

[no title]  BB2/82  8 October 1811

Contents:
Lease.
(1) As in BB2/80 (2).
(2) William Croome of Cirencester, co. Gloucs.
Recites lease (8 October 1804) and deed of exchange (31 December 1808).
Consideration: £162.
Rent: 42s. and 16 bushels of wheat.
Land called the Deans Lays, Broomy Plock meadow, new Leasow Wood, three pieces of land in Brookfield meadow, six pieces of land in Brookfield inclosure and Wind Ditch. Also Greensland belonging to a void vicarage called Phillips Ruffs? vicarage, and Whitneys lands belonging to a void vicarage called Kingstons vicarage.

[no title]  BB2/83  2 February 1821-4 February 1849

Contents:
Leases and/or counterparts.
(1) As in BB2/80 (2).
(2) As in BB2/82 (2).
Consideration: surrender of former leases.
Rent: as above.
Wind ditch, land called Brookfield, Brookfield inclosure, Brookfield meadow and Blackmoor Leasow [Acreages given, Plan included].

[no title]  BB2/84  26 September 1856 and 29 July 1863

Contents:
Leases.
(1) As above.
(2) Rev. Thomas Boys Croome of Siston rectory, co. Gloucs., clerk; and James Capel Croome of Cerney House, gent. (exors. of William Croome).
With abstract of order confirming sale of land (specified in court order of 10 November 1860) to (2) and license (5 September 1874) granting (2) permission to assign land to Rev. Archer Clive of Whitfield.

Five/Eight Acres  [no ref. or date]

[no title or date]  BB2/85

Contents:
Copy order of exchange.
(1) The Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England and as in BB2/84 (2).
(2) As in BB2/84 (2).
Five Acres and Eight Acres in exchange for Four Acres and Pigeon Close [plan and schedule included].

The Great Cockyard etc  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/86  13-14 July 1820

Contents:
Lease and Release/Deed of Exchange.
(1) Edward Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
(2) John Samuel Gowland of Cagebrook and Amelia Ann his wife.
Consideration: 10s.
Land called Great Cockyard and adjoining land and Upper Grange meadow in Kingstone. Also Lower Grange meadows, the Twelve Acres, Christfield and adjoining land, part of Ladys Coppice, the Ten Acres and the Twelve Acres under Ladys Coppice in Dore in exchange for messuage, rough pasture, the George Orchard, Pool Hopleys pasture and adjoining land, land and lime kiln, and Fern Field, in occupation of [.......] Williams [Plan included].

[no title]  BB2/87  11 February 1862

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) Edward David Thomas of Welfield House, co. Radnor, Esq. and Arabella Emma his wife.
(2) Rev. Archer Clive of Whitfield, clerk.
Recites lease and release (2-21 November 1810), BB2/86, and will of Edward Bolton Clive (24 April 1845).
Consideration: 5s.
As above (i.e. Great Cockyard etc.).
Endorsed: Conveyance. 24 May 1866.
(1) Henry Harcourt Horn, now an Ensign in the 21st regiment of foot, and stationed at Glasgow.
(2) As in (2) above.
Consideration: 5s.
Moiety of the above land.
Appended: memo. that the conveyance was enrolled in court (13 February 1862). Also conveyance (11 February 1862) and endorsed conveyance (24 May 1866) between (1) and (2) enlarging a base fee to a fee simple.

Greensland  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/88  26 January 1756

Contents:
Assignment of Lease.
(1) James Clarke, late of Ross, since of Pencoyd and now of Dewsall, gent.
(2) Isaac Donnithorne of Hereford, clerke.
(3) John Ravenhill of Hereford, mercer.
Recites lease (15 November 1755).
Consideration: £800 from (2) to (1).
Greensland belonging to a void vicarage called Phillips Ruffs? vicarage, and Whitneys lands belonging to a void vicarage called Kingstons vicarage.

[no title]  BB2/89  10 May 1791

Contents:
Lease.
(1) Custos and Vicars of the College of Vicars in the Choir of the Cathedral Church of Hereford.
(2) John Merrick of Kingston, yeoman.
Consideration: £60 and surrender of former lease.
Rent: 42s. and 16 bushels of wheat.
Also leases (8 October 1797 and 8 October 1804) to Sir George Cornewall of Moccas, Bt. assignee of (2).

[no title]  BB2/90  1 February 1809

Contents:
Assignment of Lease.
(1) Sir George Cornewall of Moccas Court, Bt. and Dame Catherine his wife, and their eldest son and heir George Cornewall, Esq.
(2) William Croome of Cirencester, co. Gloucs., Esq.
(3) Thomas Byrch of Cirencester, cheese factor.
Consideration: £290.
With licence of alienation from Custos to (1) [10 January 1809].

Grithill  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/91  5-6 July 1767

Fragile - torn at folds.

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Thomas Harris of Leominster, gent.
(2) Arnold Russell of Hereford, gent.
Consideration: £70.
Messuage called Grithill adjoining Kingstons Brook Field, inhabited by James Williams.
With copy will (18 March 1767) and codicil of Arnold Russell of Hereford, gent.

Hanley Court etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/92  19-20 April 1736/37

Contents:
Mortgage/Lease and Release.
(1) Richard Godfrey of Haley Hall, co. Oxon., Esq. (heir of his grandmother Elizabeth Hands, late of St. Buttolph Bishop Gate, London, widow); Samuel Bridges of Enfield, co. Middx., tanner and Thomas Monk of Bishop Gate Street, London, merchant taylor (exors. of Elizabeth Hands).
(2) Thomas Cholmely of Great Farringdon, co. Berks., innholder.
(3) John Astley of Great Farringdon, gent.
Recites Lease and Releases (18-19 December 1714 and 18-19 May 1722) and deed (10 March 1723/24).
Consideration: £109 12s. 4d. from (2) to (1), £100 from (3) to (2).
Third part of messuages and land occupied by Hugh Wathen, William Price, Clement Williams, Roger Ravenhill, Joseph Maddy, William Lewis, Thomas Rowland, Henry James, James Good and William Haynes in Bredwardine, Willersley, Letton, Dorston, Peterchurch, Kingston, St. Devereux and Dore.

[no title]  BB2/93  13-14 July 1737

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) As in BB2/92 (2) (son of Ann, late wife of Thomas Cholmley, late of Hereford, clerk, who was dau. of Ann Clarke, late wife of Samuel Clarke, Esq., and sister of Peter Gunter, decd., bro. of John Gunter, of Trevecca, co. Brecon, Esq.) and BB2/92 (3).
(2) Thomas Chamberlayne of Bristol, Esq.
Consideration: £319 15s. 7d. from (2) to Astley and £1630 4s. 5d. from (2) to Cholmley.
Henleys Court, Bayes Farme, the Barrow Farme, Big styes and Cheif Rent in Kinson alias Kingston, Dowre alias Abydoore, Thruxton alias Druxton, and Allensmoore alias Alismore in occupation of James Wathen and his undertenants Humphrey Carwardine and George Powell.
Also messuage and land in Kingston occupied by Thomas Jones.
With Assignment of Mortgage. 14 July 1737.
(1) Irene Knill of Hereford, spinster.
(2) As in (1) above
(3) As in (2) above.
(4) Richard Chamberlayne of Bristol, grocer.
Consideration: £875 18s.
Also with final concords [1734] (£400).

[no title]  BB2/94  21 June 1743

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) Jeremiah Ames of Bristol, Esq.
(2) Thomas Chamberlayne of the same city, Esq.
(3) Robert Maundrell of Bristol, gent.
Consideration: £1,025 from (2) to (1).
Endorsed: memo. of further assignment (2 February 1792).
With extract from will (21 December 1743) of (3); copy will (2 March 1748) of (2) and extract of will (4 June 1751) of Richard Chamberlayne.

[no title]  BB2/95  31 March 1780

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) Edmund Jones of Kings Caple, gent. (nephew and exor. of Jane Philpotts, late of Kings Caple, widow).
(2) John Merrick of Haywood Lodge, gent.
(3) William Russell of Dorston, yeoman.
Recites Lease and Release (1-2 February 1778) and will of Jane Philpotts (14 March 1778).
Consideration: £1200.

[no title]  BB2/96  1-2 February 1792

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) John Blagden Hale of Alderley, co. Gloucs., Esq. and Rev. John Dobson of Bath, clerk.
(2) Richard Thomas Combe of Earnshill, co. Som., Esq. (eldest son of Richard Combe, late of the same place, Esq.).
(3) Sir George Cornwall of Moccas Court, Bt.
Recites Chancery court order (11 November 1791).
Consideration: £5,160.

[no title]  BB2/97  1-2 February 1792

Contents:
Lease and Release (with assignment).
(1) William Russell of Dorston, yeoman.
(2) John Merrick of Kingston, gent. and Susanna his wife.
(3) As in BB2/96 (3).
(4) Richard Wellington of Hay, co. Brecon, Esq.
Recites deed BB2/95.
Consideration: £1300 from (3) to (1) and £1500 from (3) to (2).
Bullring Crofts, Barrow meadow, Barrow Croft, Barrow Pasture, Mabbetts Close, land in Crist Common Field, land in Little Thornfield, land in Kipperley Common, land in Austins Field, land called Blanchards orchard, land in Austins Plock, in Brookfield and adjoining land, land adjoining Winditch meadow, land adjoining Brookfield, coppice wood, The Broomy Plock, land in Portway meadow, land adjoining Tumpy Close and land in Daniels Plock.
With deed of appointment (30 January 1792) by (2) concerning their children; and release/quitclaim (9 April 1792) from John, Ann and Arnold, three of the children of (2), to (3) [£300].

[no title]  BB2/98  2 February 1792

Contents:
Assignment of Lease (with bond in £2800)
(1) Edward Pye Chamberlayne of Bristol, gent. (exor. of Richard Chamberlayne of Bristol, grocer).
(2) Sir John Hugh Smyth of Long Ashton, co. Som., Bt. (exor. of Sir Jarrit Smith of Bristol, Bt., who was exor. of Robert Maundrel, late of Bristol, gent.).
(3) As in BB2/96 (1).
(4) As in BB2/96 (2).
(5) As in BB2/96 (3).
(6) William Chamberlayne of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., Esq.
(7) Joseph White of Lincolns Inn, gent.
Recites Lease and Release (4-5 March 1737); will of Richard Chamberlayne (4 June 1751); deed (1 November 1737); will of Robert Maundrell (21 December 1743).
Consideration: 5s. from (6) to (1) and 5s. from (7) to (2).
Hanleys Court, Barrows Farm, Bigstyes and Chief Rents in Kingston, Abydoore, Thruxton and Allensmoore.
With extract of the will (3 November 1767) and codicil (17 February 1772) of Sir Jarrit Smith of Bristol, Bt.

[no title]  BB2/99  2 April 1792

Contents:
Copy Lease and Release (31 August-1 September 1791).
(1) As in BB2/96 (2).
(2) Anne Combe of Earnshill, widow of Richard Combe, and mother of (1).
(3) As in BB2/96 (1).
Recites court order (30 June 1787); lease and releases (24-25 March 1755, 2-3 May 1791 and 16-17 March 1747); bargain and sale with fine and common recoveries.
Consideration: 10s.
Manor and advowson of Donyate. Also Donyate park and messuages and land of (1) in Donyate, Broadway and Dunpoole, Sea, Ilminster, Ilton, and Forest of Nearach, co. Som.
Also Dunpole manor and tenements and land in Ilminster and Doniatt mansion house and tenements and land in Doniatt. Also land and tenements in Talgarth, Llanthew and Talachddy, co. Brecon.
Also unoccupied messuage in Bredwardine; land called Crooked Mead, Gattimose, Sheep Meadow in Dorston; land called Clarks Meadow in Peterchurch; annuity from messuages and land in Dorston; messuage and land called Pentwyne in Dorston and Peterchurch.
Also as in BB2/96-98; land called Bigstye, Birchy Old Land, Upper and Middle Nitchell woods at Henleys Court; land called Hoskins meadows adj. the River Worme at Much Dewchurch and St. Devereux.
Also messuages and land in Grousmont, co. Mon., and in Bristol and Clifton, co. Gloucs.
[Boundaries/Acreages/tenants given].
With Act (1777) for vesting the freehold estates in cos. Hereford and Monmouth, devised by the will of Thomas Chamberlayne Esq., decd., in Richard Combe, Esq., in fee simple, and for settling other estates of the said Richard Combe, co. Somerset, of greater value, in lieu thereof [printed].

[no title]  BB2/100  26 March 1796

Contents:
Lease [release missing].
(1) As in BB2/96 (2).
(2) John Russell of Aldbury House, Theobalds Park, co. Herts, Esq.
Land in occupation of William Merrick where a cottage formerly stood [Boundaries given].

[no title]  BB2/101  21 July 1796

Contents:
Release [lease missing].
(1) As in BB2/97 (2).
(2) James Merrick of Kingston, yeoman; William Parry of Arkston, Kingston, gent. and Ann his wife (late Ann Merrick, spinster); Arnold Merrick, yeoman; Richard Merrick, yeoman; and Charlotte Merrick, spinster, all of Kingston.
(3) Thomas Baker of Lugwardine, gent.
(4) As in BB2/97 (3).
Recites Lease and Release (1-2 February 1778); deed poll (30 January 1792) and BB2/98.
Consideration: £400.
As in BB2/97.

[no title]  BB2/102  1 November 1809

Contents:
Copy Bargain and Sale and Common Recovery (30 April 1799).
(1) As in BB2/97 (3), heretofore Sir George Amyand, eldest son of Sir George Amyand, formerly of Carshalton, co. Surry, Bt.) and Dame Catherine Cornewall his wife (dau. of Vellers Cornewall, formerly of Moccas, Esq.).
(2) George Cornewall of Moccas, Esq., son of (1).
(3) Joseph White of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., Esq.
(4) William Chamberlayne of Lincolns Inn, Esq.
Recites Lease and Releases (20-21 December 1776, 21-22 December 1766, 19-20 May 1774, 2-3 June 1775 and 15-16 April 1799).
Consideration: 10s. from (3).
Manors or lordships of Moccas, Bredwardine, Grove and Radnor Wilmarston and Cusop, and messuages and land in Moccas, Bredwardine, Dorston, Peterchurch, Cusop and Clodock.
Also advowson of Monnington upon Wye; Monnington Court; messuages in Monnington and Byford; manor or lordship of Weston and messuages in Bredwardine; castle, borough and manor or lordship of Dorston and messuages in Dorston; and land in recited deeds.
Also messuages and land in Kingston, Abby Dore, Thruxton, Allensmore; land at Henleys Court; land in Much Dewchurch and St. Devereux; land in Kingston; messuage and land at Blackmere and Moccas; messuages and lands at Moccas, Bredwardine, Cusop, Clodock, Dorston, Clifford, Peterchurch, Weobley, Norton Canon and Yazor.
Also Barnes mansion house, newly erected messuage at Everington otherwise Iverington in Yatlenden, co. Berks.

[no title]  BB2/103  17-18 June 1801

Contents:
Lease and Release/Appointment.
(1) Sir George Cornewall of Moccas Court, Bt. and George Cornewall of the same place, Esq.
(2) As in BB2/102 (3).
(3) The said George Cornewall.
Consideration: 5s.
Hanley Court, The Barrow Farm and Bigsty in Kingston, Doure, Thruxton and Allensmoor, lately purchased by Sir George Cornewall, and in the tenures of Sir George, William Watham, John Meyricke,.Arnold Meyricke, William Baugh; William Williams and John Goode.

[no title]  BB2/104  1-2 February 1809

Contents:
Lease and Release/Assignment.
(1) William Chamberlayne of Weston Grove, co. Southampton, Esq., exor. of William Chamberlayne, late of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx.
(2) Joseph White of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., Esq.
(3) Henry Wellington of Hay Castle, co. Brecon, Esq.
(4) Sir George Cornewall of Moccas Court, Bt.
(5) William Croome of Cirencester, co. Gloucs., Esq.
(6) Joseph Cripps of Cirencester, Esq.
(7) Joseph Pitt of Cirencester, Esq.
(8) Edward Cripps of Cirencester, Esq.
Recites Lease and Releases (4-5 March 1736, 1-2 February 1778, 19-20 March 1799, 17-18 June 1801 and 1-2 February 1809); deeds (1 November 1737, 2 February 1792, 21 March 1780, and 2 November 1792); will of William Chamberlayne (7 May 1798); and bargain and sale (20 April 1799).
Consideration: £18, 510 from (5) to (4).
Henleys Court, Barrows Farm, Bigsties and Chief Rent in Kingston, Thruxton and Allensmore, Also messuage and land in Dorstone [Assignment 5 March 1736].
Also as above and Bays Farm and messuage and land in Kingstone (but not messuage and land in Dorstone) [Assignment to (7), 1 November 1737].
Also messuage and land in Kingstone [Assignment to (8), 1 March 1780/2 February 1778].

[no title]  BB2/105  2 February 1809

Contents:
Release (with appointment).
(1) BB2/102 (1) and (2).
(2) As in BB2/104 (2).
(3) Charles Amyand Cornewall of Austin Friars, London, Esq. (Younger son of sir George and Dame Catherine); Samuel Peploe of Gardstone, Esq. and Ketherine Frances his wife; Anna Maria Cornewall of Moccas Court, spinster; Rt. Hon. Henry Fleming Lee, Lord Viscount Hereford, premier viscount of England and Rt. Hon. Frances Elizabeth, Viscountess Hereford, his wife; Thomas Frankland Lewis of Harpton court, co. Radnor, Esq. and Harriett his wife and Caroline Cornewall of Moccas Court, spinster (daus. of sir George Cornewall).
(4) Francis Annesley of Reading, co. Berks., Esq. (survivor of co-trustee Thomas Cornewall, late of Chart Park, co. Surry, Esq., naval capt.).
(5) Rt. Rev. Folitt Herbert Walker Cornewall. Lord Bishop of Worcester, exor, of Frederick Cornewall, late of Diddlebury, co. Salop., Esq. (who survived his co-trustee Claudius Amyand Esq.).
(6) As in BB2/104 (5).
(7) James Fielder Croome of Cirencester, co. Gloucs., Esq.
Recites will of Sir George Amyand; Lease and Release (16-17 July 1771, 19-20 March 1799, 17-18 June 1801); Act of Parliament; bargain and sale (20 April 1799), lease (8 October 1804) and assignment (1 February 1809).
Consideration: £18,510 from (6) to (1).
As in BB2/97-99 and 102.
Also Farm, messuage and land at Chamberhouse; farm at Crookham; land at Thatcham; messuage at Cold Ash; Frilsham Farm and messuages at Ealing, co. Berks.
With copy will (23 December 1765) and codicils (1766) of Sir George Amyand of Carshalton, co. Surry, Bt.

[no title]  BB2/106  2 November 1809

Contents:
Copy Lease and Release. 19-20 May 1799.
(1) As in BB2/104 (4).
(2) As in BB2/104 (1) and (2).
(3) John Anthony Rucker of London, merchant (trustee of Sir George Amyand, late of Carshalton, co. Surry, Bt.).
Recites will and codicils of Sir George Amyand, copy marriage settlement (17 July 1771), lease and release (20-21 December 1798) and court orders (19 March 1799).
Consideration: £9950 14s. 10d.
As in BB2/97-99.

[no title]  BB2/107  1812

Contents:
Plan of the Henley Court and Dunswater estates, the property of William Croome, Esq. Scale: 4 chains-1" [coloured].
With schedules (n.d.).

[no title]  BB2/108  22-30 December 1868

Contents:
Inland revenue succession duty payment certificate concerning the Croome family and Dunswater and March farms. Also letter concerning title deeds.

[no title]  BB2/109  1874

Contents:
Abstracts of the title of Rev. Thomas Boys Croome and James Capel Croome Esq. to:
Green Court Estate and the High House (1844-1849); land held under lease from Custos and Vicars of Hereford 1870; and land formerly part of Hereford Deanery estate (1859).
Also Henley Court Estate (1854-1856) in Kingstone and Abbey Dore.
With abstract of title of Rev. R. Clive to Dunswater; and schedule of deeds (1691-1874) of property of Rev. Archer Clive.

[no title]  BB2/110  28 September 1874

Contents:
Declaration by Edwin Wathen of Kingston, farmer and Charles William Lawrence of Cirencester, co. Glous., gent. concerning land to be sold to Rev. Archer Clive (including Green Court and part of the Dunswater Estate).
[Plan/Schedule included].

Kingstone Forges and Manor  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/111  11-12 October 1703

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Rt. Hon. William Lord Viscount Molyneux and Rt. Hon. Dame Bridgett his wife.
(2) William Gerard of Brynne, co. Lancs., Bt.; Sir Rowland Stanley of Hooton, co. Chester, Bt.; Robert Scarisbrick of Scarisbrick, co. Lancs., Esq.; and Thomas Banks of Winstanley, co. Lancs., Esq.
(3) Anthony Bramston of Skreen, co. Essex.
(4) Henry Eyre of Grays Inne, co. Middx., Esq.; and Christopher Gradell of Barblesmoore, co. Lancs., gent.
Recites Lease and Release (26-27 January 1700).
Consideration: £1000 from (3) to (1) and 10s. from (2) to (1).
Sutton Sturmy manor, Tenbury, co. Worcs.; Kingston Forges manor; mansion house called Sutton House and the park, and messuages in Rochford in occupation of Thomas Gumbery, Barnaby Davis, Thomas Fido, John Cheese, John Smith, Martha Taylor, widow, Francis Walker and [.....] Gregg, widow.
Also parcel of hopyard in Rochford; parsonage, rectory or great tithes of Tenbury Towne and forraigne; great tithes of Berrington, pa. of Tenbury.
Also quitrent for land in Birchford [Rochford] and quitrent payable from Thomas White for lands in Rochford; £7 annuity payable from Edmund Edwards for Baughams Lands in the town and foreign of Tenbury.
Also land called Skipperley orchard in Rochford; and the right of (1) to one fee buck and doe from Kyar house for lands in Kyar parke.
With extract (6 March 1809) of final concord (2 June 1703).

[no title]  BB2/112  16 October 1712

Contents:
Counterpart Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/111 (1).
(2) As in BB2/111 (3).
(3) Charles Orme of Huntingdon, co. Hunts., gent.
(4) Roger Crofts of Appleton, co. York., gent.
(5) Edward Gilbert of London, gent.
(6) Auberry Sandys, son of Wind[s?] or Sandys.
(7) Nevile Ridley of St. Anne Soho, co. Middx., gent.
Recites Lease and Releases (26-27 January 1700 and 14-15 October 1712), BB2/111, deed (6 November 1705).
Consideration: £1000 from (5) to (2)-(4), 10s. from (6)-(7) to (2)-(4).
As above.
Appended: note that the deed was not executed.
With extract of common recovery [1712].

[no title]  BB2/113  26 March 1713

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) Rt. Hon. William, Lord Viscount Molyneux.
(2) As in BB2/112 (6).
(3) As in BB2/112 (7).
(4) John Mannours of St. Andrews Holbourne, co. Middx., Esq.
(5) Samuel Mabbat of Grayes Inne in the same co., gent.
Recites BB2/112.
Consideration: £700 from (4) to (1).
Kingston Forges manor.
With copy letters of administration of (2) and (3).

[no title]  BB2/114  3 July 1714

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/113 (1).
(2) As in BB2/113 (2).
(3) As in BB2/113 (5).
(4) Daniel Arthur of London, merchant.
(5) Thomas Penson of Grays Inn, gent.
Recites BB2/113.
Consideration: £270 from (4) to (2) and 5s. from (5) to (3).
Also Assignment of Mortgage (27 March 1716) to Benjamin Muchall of Grays Inn, gent. (£600), with declaration by Muchall concerning the consideration.

[no title]  BB2/115  14 August 1732

Contents:
Bargain and Sale (with assignment)
(1) Sir Rowland Stanley of Hooton, co. Chester, Bt.; and Isaac Green, late of Prescott and now of Liverpool, co. Lancs., gent.
(2) Rt. Hon. John Lord Carterett.
(3) Rt. Hon. Sir Richard Molyneux, Bt., Lord Viscount Molyneux of Maryburgh, Ireland, son of Rt. Hon. William Molyneux, Bt., decd.
(4) Nicholas Mather of Abram, co. Lancs., yeoman; and John Haliwell of Wrightington, co. Lancs., gent. (creditors of Rt. Hon. William Molyneux).
(5) Oliver Marton of Grays Inn, co. Middx., Esq.
Recites Lease and Release (1-2 May 1715), will of Rt. Hon. William Molyneux (14 September 1716) and various court orders.
Consideration: £112 16s. 6d. from (5) to Mather; £127 13s. 8d. from (5) to Haliwell; £1480.
Manor of Kingston alias Kingston Forges.
Endorsed: memo. (19 December 1732).
With final concord [1732] (£660); declaration (1 July 1732) concerning (5) acting in trust for John Eyre, exor. of Henry Eyre; copy wills of Henry Eyre of Grays Inn, co. Middx., Esq (6 October 1719) and of John Eyre of Berryshall, co. Norfolk, Esq. (19 May 1724); and pedigree of the Eyre and Marton families (18th c.) [torn].

[no title]  BB2/116  18 January 1765

Contents:
Bargain and Sale.
(1) Rev. Oliver Marton of Lancaster, clerk, son and heir of Oliver Marton of Grays Inn, co. Middx., Esq., decd.
(2) George Darell of St. George the Martyr, co. Middx., Esq. and Mary his wife; Teresa Petre of St. George, Bloomsbury, widow; Jeremy Norris of Norwich, Esq.; Mary Suffield of the same city, widow and Robert Keetin of Dunkirk, French Flanders, merchant and Elinor his wife.
(3) John Maire of Grays Inn, Esq. (whose late wife Margaret was the sister of Mary Darell and Teresa Petre) and Morris Robinson of The Six Clerks Office, Chancery Lane, [co. Middx.].
(4) Richard Baynes of Great James Street, St. Andrew, Holbourn, co. Middx., gent.
Recites BB2/115 and will of Oliver Marton (26 June 1735).
Consideration: 10s. from (4) to (1).
As above.
With extract of common recovery; power of attorney (10 January 1765); and copy will (30 July 1748) of James Eyre of Buryshall, co. Norfolk, Esq.

[no title]  BB2/117  29 June 1770

Contents:
Bargain and Sale.
(1) Mary Darell of St. George, Bloomsbury, co. Middx., widow and Teresa Petre of the same place, widow (daus. of Mary Low, late of St. George the Martyr, same co., widow, decd., who was sister of James Eyre of Burys Hall, co. Norfolk, Esq., decd).
(2) John Maire of Grays Inn, co. Middx., Esq. and William Hutton of St. Andrew, Holborn, gent.
Consideration: 10s.
Third part in Kingston Forges manor.
Endorsed: Bargain and Sale (24 February 1772) from William Hutton to Thomas Kiernan of Grays Inn, gent. [John Maire was to oversee the sale of the share of (1) with Hutton, but died, so Kiernan took his place].
With copy letters of admin. (18 June 1753) of Mary Lowe.

[no title]  BB2/118  24 June 1774

Contents:
Bargain and Sale.
(1) As in BB2/117 (1) and Thomas Kiernan of Grays Inn, gent.
(2) Jeremy Norris of Norwich, Esq. (son of Jeremy Norris of the same city, Esq., decd., who was son of Teresa Norris of Norwich, widow, sister of James Eyre) and John Lens of Norwich, land surveyor.
(3) Mary Suffield of Norwich, widow (dau. of Eleanor Wood, the third sister of James Eyre).
Recites will of Jeremy Norris the elder (16 December 1769) and BB2/117.
Consideration: £700 from (3) to (1) and £700 from (3) to (2).
Two third parts in the above.

[no title]  BB2/119  15 July 1774

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) Mary Suffield of Norwich, widow.
(2) John Custance of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., Esq.
Consideration: £1200.
Kingston Forges manor and Dunswater Farm in tenancy of Richard Russell.

[no title]  BB2/120  29-30 September 1775

Contents:
Lease and Release (with assignment).
(1) Press Custance of Norwich, Esq., bro. of John Custance, late of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., Esq.
(2) As in BB2/119 (1).
(3) Dansey Dansey (late Dansey Collins) of Ludlow, co. Salop., Esq.
(4) Francis Moore of Hereford, timber merchant.
Recites BB2/119.
Consideration: £1200 from (3) to (1).
As above, and Baynhams tenement [Acreages given].
With Bargain and Sale (30 September 1775) from (2) to (3); copy Power of Attorney (18 October 1774) from John Custance of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., gent. to (1); copy will (16 December 1769) of Jeremy Norris the elder of Norwich, Esq., which includes payment from his estate to Mary Suffield and her son Thomas; and Assignment of Mortgage agreement (30 September 1775) between Mary Suffield of Norwich, widow and Dansey Dansey of Ludlow [recites BB2/112-113]. Concerns assignment of BB2/112 [interests of (6) and (7)].

[no title]  BB2/121  6 February 1776

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/120 (3).
(2) James Mason of Shrewsbury, Esq.
Consideration: securing £1000 as in bond.
As in BB2/120 and also messuages and land purchased by (1) from Mary Suffield.[Acreages given].
With bond (4 November 1775) and copy will (7 April 1777) of Dansey Dansey of Ludlow, Esq.

[no title]  BB2/122  19 January 1786

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage (with bond).
(1) As in BB2/121 (2).
(2) Joseph Sutton of Shrewsbury, co. Salop., surgeon.
Recites BB2/121.
Consideration: £1000.

[no title]  BB2/123  22 January 1796 and 22 June 1798

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage (with further charge and bond).
(1) As in BB2/122 (2).
(2) Richard Dansey of Easton, Esq. (devisee of Dansey Dansey of Ludlow).
(3) George Forester of Willey, co. Salop., Esq.
BB2/121-122.

[no title]  BB2/124  4-5 April 1809

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) As in BB2/123 (2) and Emma Dansey his wife.
(2) Ellen Dansey of Easton, widow of Dansey Dansey, late of Ludlow.
(3) William Toye Woodward of Broseley, co. Salop., gent.
(4) Josiah Ridgeway of Yazor, farmer.
(5) William Croome of Cirencester, co. Gloucs., Esq.
(6) James Fielder Croome of the same place, Esq.
Consideration: £14250.
With Final Concord (£720); release/quitclaim (18 April 1809) - (1) Rev. Henry Johnson of Pudstow near Whitehaven, co. Cumb., clerk and Mary his wife (formerly Mary Dansey, spinster), (2) as in(5) above, (3) as in BB2/23 (2) - release of Dunswater Farm from £3000 legacy; sale particulars of Dunswater estate (18 November 1808) including Kingston Forges manor [printed]; and survey of Dunswater estate (coloured, with schedule; scale: 20 poles-1").

[no title]  BB2/125  7 August 1809

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) John Pritchard of Broseley, co. Salop., gent.
(2) As in BB2/123 (2).
(3) As in BB2/124 (2).
Consideration: £14,250 from (3) to (1).
Enclosed: letter (26 September 1809).

[no title]  BB2/126  1820 October 1812

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) Rt. Hon. Orlando Lord Bradford, Baron Bradford; and Hon. John Simpson of Babworth Hall, co. Notts., his bro.
(2) As in BB2/123 (2).
(3) As in BB2/124 (5).
(4) Thomas Byrch of Cirencester.
Recites will of George Forester (3 November 1805).
Consideration: £14520 from (3) to (1).
Kingstone Forges manor and Dunswater.
With copy (10 June 1812) abstract of title of (3) and counsels opinion (1703-1809).

Kingston Grange  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/127  1790

Contents:
Plan of Kingston Grange, pas. of Kingston and Abbeydoor, belonging to J.M. Green Esq. Includes schedule of field names. Surveyed by J. Maddy. Scale: 4 chains-1".

[no title]  BB2/128  1859

Contents:
Abstract of the title of the trustees of Mrs. Horn and Edward David Thomas Esq. to the Grange estate and Didley Court in Abbey Dore, Kingstone and St. Devereux.
Recites deeds (1782-1858).
With copy chancery petition and order.

[no title]  BB2/129  [110] February 1862

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) Evan Pateshall of Hereford, Esq. and John Jones Cleave of Inner Temple, London, Esq.
(2) Edward David Thomas of Welfield House, co. Radnor., Esq. and Arabella Emma his wife.
(3) Amelia Maria Horn; Eliza Josephine Horn and Emma Fanny Horn, all of Sunderland House, Surbiton, co. Surry, spinsters (the three adult children of Henry Horn, late of Keppel Street, co. Middx., Esq. and Amelia Ann his wife).
(4) Rev. Archer Clive of Whitfield, clerk.
Recites Lease and Release (20-21 November 1810); deeds (31 January 1851, 12 February 1851 and 24 June 1858); court orders (10 November 1860 and 2 December 1861).
Consideration: £10183 11s. 10d.
Messuage and land called The Grange; Castle Meadow; Saw Pit orchard; Broomy Meadow; Great Adder Pit; Great Fern Field; Pool Meadow; Adder Orchard; Long Sheep Walk; Portfield; Long Meadow; Ox Pasture; The Pool Hopless; Great Pool Hopless; George Orchard; Holstons Field; cottage and garden called late Robbins; lands in Holston Common Field; Cockyard Field; Twelve Acres; Tithing Furlong; Monk Mears; messuage and lands called Grit Hill; all occupied by William Williams as tenant to John Moore Green [Acreages given].
With receipts (February 1862); declaration (8 April 1862) of Robert Berrow of Winnall, Allensmore, farmer; abstract (1862) of disentailing deed (12 February 1851) and endorsed, a deed appointing new trustees (24 June 1858); and inland revenue succession duty receipts (1856-1865) concerning The Grange Farm, half of the Hanley Court estate, Dunswater estate, half of an estate held of the Custos and Vicars of Hereford, and a house in Kingston.

[no title]  BB2/130  1878

Contents:
Abstracts of the title of C.M.B.Clive, Esq. to Kingstone Grange (1862-1866); and Didley Court estate (1861). With abstract of wills of Edward Bolton Clive, Esq. (24 April 1845) and Rev. Archer Clive (22 December 1875).

Little Thorn field etc  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/131  6 April 1775

Contents:
Copy release (with assignment) [lease missing].
(1) Thomas Knight of Ludlow, co. Salop., Esq.
(2) Somerset Davies of Ludlow, Esq.
(3) William Maddox of Kingstone, gent. (son and heir of Thomas Maddox, gent., decd., by Jane his wife, dau. of William Marsh by Ann his wife, both decd.) and Ann his wife.
(4) William Baugh of Kingston, blacksmith.
(5) Edwin Sandys Lechmere of Hereford, gent.
Recites deed (4 June 1736).
Consideration: £64 from (4) to (1).
Land in Little Thorn Field, Crise Field, and land called Kipperley [Boundaries/Acreages given].

[no title]  BB2/132  6 February 1808

Contents:
Feoffment (with surrender).
(1) John Preece of St. Owen, Hereford, cutter.
(2) As in BB2/131 (4).
(3) Richard Dansey of Little Hereford, Esq.
Recites Mortgage (4 February 1806).
Land in Little Thorn field.
Enclosed: Copy Abstract of Title (1775-1806).

Turners House etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/133  10 February 1709/10

Contents:
Lease and Release/Marriage settlement.
(1) Francis Clark of Gillow, Hentland, gent. and Elizabeth Addis, spinster (dau. of James Addis of Sollershope alias Hope Sollers, gent.).
(2) Daniel Kerry of Kings Caple, gent. and William Weare of Mannox, Goodrich, gent.
(3) Joane Addis of Sollershope, widdow of James Addis.
Recites marriage of parties in (1).
Consideration: £466 6s. 8d.
Messuage called Turners house; land called Deanes meadow; the Mill Croft; land in the Millfield; land in Little and Great Hawfield; land in Little Coldwell field; land in Little Porterfield; land in the middle windeing of Crisefield; land in Keoperly field; land in the New Leasow; land in Nockers Close and occupied by James Rogers.
Also Turners Oldlands; land near Deane Poole occupied by Phillip Pritchard; land occupied by Thomas Phillips; land in Brooke field in possession of Thomas Gosse; messuage and land occupied by William Peirce.
Also one third part in messuage in Ross in possession of Thomas Mutlow and Richard Ingram.
[Acreages given].
With Lease and Release/further settlement (9-10 January 1711).

[no title]  BB2/134  19 April 1739

Contents:
Counterpart Deed to lead the uses of a fine (with Final Concord).
(1) Francis Clark of Kingston, gent.
(2) James Clark of Ross, gent., son and heir of (1) by Elizabeth his late wife.
(3) Robert Ravenhill of All Saints, Hereford, gent. and John Hodges of Ross, gent.
(4) William Elfe of Warham, Breinton, gent. and Richard Smith of Dore, gent.
(5) Anne Hodges of Hinton, Norton Canon, spinster (sister of John Hodges).
Recites BB2/133 and marriage between (2) and (5).
Consideration [final concord]: £220.
As above.
With appointment (16 April 1739) from (1) to (2).

[no title]  BB2/135  3 July 1750

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage (with Final Concord).
(1) Richard Smith, late of Dore, now of St. Martin, Hereford, gent.
(2) Thomas Clark of Kingstone, gent. and Jane Clarke, late of Kingstone, now of Hereford, spinster [son and dau. of BB2/134 (1)].
(3) As in BB2/134 (2), now of Pencoyd, mercer and Anne his wife.
(4) Isaac Donnithorn of Hereford, clerk.
(5) John Ravenhill of Hereford, mercer.
Recites BB2/134.
Consideration: £427 6d. from (4) to (2), £372 14s. from (4) to (3).
Turners house occupied by Joseph Nixon; Hulls House occupied by James Williams and land adjoining Dunswaters lands in possession of Blanch, widow of Robert Williams; land in possession of James Williams; land adjoining Kipperley common field in possession of Daniel Williams; land in Thorn field in possession of Thomas Roberts.

[no title]  BB2/136  14 July 1759

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/135 (4).
(2) Lawrence Ravenhill of Gloucester, taylor and Charles Ravenhill of Hereford, mercer, exors. of BB2/135 (5).
(3) James Clarke of Callow, gent. and Anne his wife.
(4) James Woodhouse of All Saints, Hereford, gent.
(5) Arnold Russell of St. Martin, Hereford, gent.
Recites deed (19 April 1730); BB2/135; Lease (15 November 1755) and assignment (8 January 1756).
Consideration: £960 from (4) to (1), £490 from (4) to (3).
As above.

[no title]  BB2/137  19-20 January 1774

Contents:
Lease and Release (with assignment).
(1) Susanna Hodges, late of Norton Canon, now of St. Peters, Hereford, spinster (surviving devisee of James Clarke, heretofore of Ross, but late of Callow, gent.).
(2) Francis Clarke of Wooburn, co. Beds., butcher; James Clarke of the same, stone mason; John Dowler of Brick Lane, Old Street, St. Luke, co. Middx., coachfounder and Elizabeth his wife (children of Francis Clarke, late bro. of the testator James Clarke).
(3) William Weare of Monmouth, gent. (admin. of William Weare, Thomas Weare and James Weare, all late of Llanrothall, yeoman, three of his children; and admin. of James Clarke); Mary Weare of Portsmouth, co. Hants., spinster; Sarah Weare of Walthamstow, co. Essex, spinster and Jane Weare of Monmouth, spinster (children of William Weare).
(4) John Russell of Hereford, gent., exor. of BB2/136 (5).
(5) As in BB2/136 (4).
(6) Richard Woodhouse of Lyonshall, gent.
Recites assignment (14 July 1759), lease (15 November 1775), will of James Clarke (26 July 1756).
Consideration: £2200 from (5).
Turners House and land adjoining Dunswater inhabited by Ann Herring, widow; Hulls House in possession of Benjamin Crump; land where a cottage formerly stood; land in possession of James Williams; land adjoining Kipperly field in possession of James Wathan; and land in Thornfield in possession of Nicholas Tucker.

[no title]  BB2/138  2 February 1778

Contents:
Assignment of Lease.
(1) As in BB2/136 (4).
(2) John Merrick of Haywood Lodge, gent. and Susanna his wife.
(3) William Bird of Hereford, gent.
Recites deed (14 July 1759); BB2/137; and Lease and Release (1-2 February 1778).
Consideration: £1600 and 10s.
Turners House, Hulls House, land where cottage formerly stood, land adjoining Dunswater and other land.

[no title]  BB2/139  1-2 February 1809

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Thomas Baker, Esq., Herefordshire militia capt., (son of Thomas Baker, late of Lugwardine, gent., who survived John Penner, late of the Haywood, gent., a fellow trustee).
2 John Merrick of [......], gent.; James Merrick of Pencoyd, farmer; Ann Parry of Hereford, widow (late Ann Merrick, spinster); Arnold Merrick of Kingstone, farmer; Richard Merrick of Hereford, maltster; James Garbett of Hereford, clerk and Charlotte his wife (late Charlotte Merrick, spinster) [surviving children of John Merrick and Susannah his wife].
(3) Sir George Cornewall of Moccas Court, Bt. and Dame Catherine his wife, and their eldest son George Cornewall, Esq.
(4) William Croome of Cirencester, co. Gloucs., Esq.
(5) James Fielder Croome of the same place, Esq.
Recites Lease and Releases (1-2 February 1778 and 1-2 February 1792); deed (9 April 1792) and BB2/104.
As in BB2/135.
With Assignment of Mortgage:
(1) Hannah Bird of St. Martin, Hereford, widow of William Bird of Hereford, gent.
(2) As in (2) above (but not John Merrick).
(3) As in (3) above.
(4) As in (4) above.
(5) Joseph Pitt of Cirencester, Esq.
Recites deed (19 April 1739), BB2/135, BB2/138.

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/140  30 September 1834

Contents:
Memorandum of exchange.
Land in Kingston purchased by the Parry family exchanged by Mr. E.B. Clive for part of a field called Upper Horston in Abbey Dore from Mr. J.S. Gowland [both 1a. 2r. 9p.].

[no title]  BB2/141  19 March and 14 June 1957

Contents:
Sale agreement and conveyance.
(1) The Church Commissioners for England.
(2) Hon. Richard Glynne Lyttleton of 7 The Grove, Highgate, London, N.6, manufacturer; and Donald Burnett of Bank Chambers, Broad Street, Hereford, land agent (trustees of Meysey George Dallas Clive, late of Whitfield).
Recites will of Meysey George Dallas Clive (proved 1944).
Consideration: £2600.
61a. [plan included].

LITTLE HEREFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/142  16 September 1809

Contents:
Copy Lease and Release (8-9 May 1788) and copy Conveyance and Articles of Agreement (30 January 1788).
(1) Dansey Dansey of Easton [Little Hereford], Esq.
(2) Richard Dansey of Shrewsbury, co. Salop., Esq., bro. of (1).
Recites copy will of Dansey Dansey of Ludlow, co. Salop., Esq. (7 April 1777) and bonds (9 May 1788).
Consideration: bonds and 10s.
Manors of Little Hereford, Brinsop and Huntingdon and also Ashford Carbonel and Ashford Jones, co. Salop. Also messuages and farm lands in possession of John Poulter, Susannah Cheese, Thomas Smith, Joseph Burke, Thomas Taylor, Thomas Rawlins, Mrs. Jenings, Ellen Dansey, William Harper, Thomas Penney, James Brazier, John Gill and John Bradley. Also land occupied by [.....] Child, Esq. Also messuages and farm lands occupied by John Williams and Richard Smith in Brinsop; land occupied by Samuel Downes in Ashford Carbonell, Ashford Jones and Huntingdon.

MADLEY  [no ref. or date]

The Grove  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/143  22 January 1879

Contents:
Copy order of exchange (26 January 1871) between Thomas Robinson of Kensington, co. Middx., Esq. and Frederica Emma Laura his wife; and John Cruger Murray Aynsley of Great Brampton, Madley, clerk and Harriet Georgiano Maria Murray his wife; concerning exchange of The Grove, Madley with North Sheep Walk and Field Over The Hill, Abbey Dore.
Plan attached [scale: 6 chains-1"].
With copy application of exchange (14 December 1869) and abstract (with plan).

Little Brampton manor etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/144  27-28 April 1699

Contents:
Lease and Release/Marriage settlement.
(1) Richard Smyth of the Differing, Doore, gent.
(2) Edward Rogers of the Middle Temple, London, gent. and Walter Rogers of the same, gent.
(3) Edward Smyth of North Nibley, co. Gloucs., Esq. and John Nourse of Lower Weston, Esq.
(4) Anne Nourse of Lower Weston, widdow and Anne her dau.
Consideration: marriage between (1) and Anne Nourse the younger, and £750 to her.
Little Brampton manor, messuage in Little Brampton occupied by Daniel Colrall, Rogers Farme in possession of (1), Blackhouse Farm occupied by Peter Lewis, messuage occupied by James Cannt, Bances Farm, Cockyard Vallett wood, lands and tenements of (1) occupied by William Lewis, James Watkins and Thomas Berrow, all in Dore. Also messuages called Martines and Wenlands, messuage called the Quarters, land called Stewards Marsh, Eckley meadow, the upper and lower New Meadows, the Wessalls, and the Hales, all in Byford. Also land occupied by John Eckley and Phillip Eckley, lands and tenements occupied by Thomas Paynter and John Paynter (Foots Bridge), and land in the Russes occupied by John Ireland, William Eckley, Mary Eckley, Margaret Hoskyns and Nathaniel Powles.
With Common Recovery and extract of Final Concord.

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/145  17 April 1833

Contents:
Letters of Administration of Richard James of Madley, gent. (15 April 1810).
Left his son Richard James, exor., freehold and copyhold land in Shakstye Field. With copy will (26 June 1789) and letters of admin. of Benjamin Davies of Whitburn, gent. and pedigree (n.d.) of Maria Davies and extract from final concord (1833).

ST. DEVEREUX  [no ref. or date]

Messuage and land inc. Bakers Farm  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/146  3-4 August 1691

Contents:
Lease and Release/Family settlement.
(1) Sir John Hoskyns of Harewood, Kt., Bt., one of the Masters of the High Court of Chancery.
(2) Fitzfield Lowe of Newarke, co. Gloucs., Esq. and William Hoskyns of Kingstons Grange, Doore, gent.
Consideration: natural love and affection by (1) of his sons and daus., and 5s.
Messuage inhabited by John Hoskyns the father, and Phillipp Hoskyns, the grandfather of Bennett Hoskyns, late of Didley; adjoining meadow; the Old Land; the Upper Grove; the mone meadow; Oaken Grove; Upper and Lower Birches; Hither and Lower New Tinings; Tumpy Plocke; the Hom; one meadow at the Common Plock; the Lawrence Tayles; the Wall Ditches; land in the Upper and Lower Fields; and land in Wilcocks Field [Acreages given].

[no title]  BB2/147  29-30 March 1708

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Hungerford Hoskyns of Harewood, Esq.
(2) Josua Lloyd of Fleet Street, London, apothecary.
(3) Joseph Strutt of St. Andrews, Holborne, gent.
Consideration: 5s.
Two messuages and arable land, meadow, pasture, furze and heath, marsh, and wood at Didley, pas. of St. Devereux, Kilpeck and Druxton.
With Deed to lead the uses of a fine (15 May 1708) and copy will (27 January 1720) of Elizabeth Hoskins of Kingstone Grange, Dore, widow.

[no title]  BB2/148  12 September 1727

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) William Hoskyns of Didley, gent. and John Hoskyns of Dore, gent. (exors. of their mother Elizabeth, who was widow and exor. of William Hoskyns, late of Kingstone Grange, who was trustee to Sir John Hoskyns, late of Harewood, Bt.).
(2) Sir Hungerford Hoskyns of Harewood, Bt.; Mary Hoskyns of Harewood, spinster and Thomas Caddy of London, linen draper and Anne his wife (two of the daus. of Sir John).
(3) Richard Waring of Hereford, clerk.
Recites BB2/146.
Consideration: £500 to (2) from (1), £490 5s. to Mary Hoskyns, £327 3s. to Thomas Caddy and Anne his wife from (3), 5s. from (1) to (2).
Messuage and land called Bakers barn, Bakers Close, Wheat Crofts, Quarrels Meadow, Ox Leasow, Kilpecks Bridge and The Buells, all in possession of William Preece.

[no title]  BB2/149  25 March 1742/43

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) Rev. Richard Waring, vicar of Withington.
(2) Sir Hungerford Hoskyns of Harewood, Bt., and Chandos Hoskyns of Harewood, Esq., his eldest son.
(3) William Elfe of Warham, gent.
Recites BB2/146 and BB2/148.
Consideration: £817 8s. from (3) to (1) and £2 12s. from (3) to (2).
As in BB2/146, now in tenancy of Richard Barroll; and also Bakers Farm, Wett otherwise Whitewoods Farm in tenancy of Richard Barroll, rough ground, the eighteen acres, the seventeen acres, the seven acres, and the five acres.

[no title]  BB2/150  5 September 1754

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) Mary Wenland of Warham, spinster; Richard Morse of Hereford, gent.; and Thomas Cooke, late of Kinnersley, but now of Hereford, gent. (exors. of William Elfe).
(2) As in BB2/149 (2), but Chandos Hoskyns now of Lower Bullingham.
(3) Henry Jones of Hereford, gent.
Recites BB2/148-149.
Consideration: £880 from Wenland to Morse and £20 from Wenland to (2).
Didley, Bakers and Whitewood Farms, now occupied by John Rudge.

[no title]  BB2/151  29-30 October 1760

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) John Jones of Woolwick, co. Kent, blacksmith and Elizabeth his wife (dau. of John Hoskyns, late of Dore, gent., who was bro. of Elizabeth Hoskins, late of Kingston Grainge, Dore, widow).
(2) Robert Pardoe of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., gent.
(3) James Wathan the younger of Dore, yeoman.
Consideration: £80 from (3) to (1) and 5s. from (2) to (1).
Messuage, formerly inhabited by James Pritchard and now by William Watkins, and 2a. adj. Also the Old Lands (30a). in possession of James Wathan the elder, father of (3).
With Common Recovery (28 November [1760])

[no title]  BB2/152  18-19 January 1773

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) John Pritchard of the Townhouse, Madley, yeoman and Irene his wife (widow and relict of John Lewis of the same place, yeoman who was son and heir of William Lewis, late of Cublington, Madley, yeoman, by Rachael his wife, one of the daus. of John Hoskyns, late of Dore, gent., who was bro. of Elizabeth Hoskyns, late of Kingston Grainge, Dore, widow); John Lewis of Madley, bookseller (son of John Lewis, decd.); and James Wathan, late of Dore, but now of Hanley Court, Kingston, yeoman (only son and heir of James Wathan, late of the same place, yeoman, by Judith his wife, another dau. of John Hoskyns).
(2) As in BB2/151 (2).
(3) Richard Smith of Hinton, Hereford, gent.
Consideration: £130 from James Wathan to John Lewis and 10s. from (2) to (1).
As above.
With Final Concord and Common Recovery.

[no title]  BB2/153  25-26 November 1774

Contents:
Lease and Release (with Assignment of Mortgage).
(1) Sir Hungerford Hoskyns of Harewood, Bt. (eldest son of Sir Chandos Hoskyns, late of the same place, Bt., who was eldest son of Sir Hungerford Hoskyns of the same place, Bt., decd., who was eldest bro. of Sir Bennet Hoskyns of the same place, Bt., who was eldest son of Sir John Hoskyns of the same place, Bt.).
(2) Henry Jones of Hereford, gent.
(3) William Vorse of Warham, gent. (exor. of Mary Wenland, late of the same place, spinster).
(4) John Whitmore of Hereford, Esq. and William Ravenhill the younger of the same place, mercer.
(5) Thomas Cam of Hereford, gent.
(6) Charles Maccarthy, late of Dore, but now of Eign, Hampton Bishop, and Teresa his wife.
Recites Lease and Releases (28-29 September 1772 and 28-29 October 1774), bond (29 October 1774) and BB2/146, 148-150, and will of Mary Wenland (28 March 1764).
Consideration: Harewoods Inn (£50 annuity charge) and to (6) and 10s. from (4) to 1. Also £900 from (1) to (3).

[no title]  BB2/154  2 June 1820

Contents:
Articles of Agreement.
(1) Martha Wathan of Kingstone, widow and William Wathan of the same place, yeoman (eldest son of William Wathan, late of the same place, yeoman).
(2) Robert Williams of St. Johns, Hereford.
Consideration: £750.
Messuage and adj. land (20a.) in possession of (1).
With release/quitclaim (12 February 1821) from Hugh Wathan of Kingstone, yeoman and Sarah Wathan of the same place, spinster; to William Wathan (annuities on Old Lands). Also copy wills (7 April 1782) of James Wathan of Hanley Court, yeoman and William Wathan of Kingstone, gent. (8 June 1816); pedigree of the Wathan family; and copy burial certificates [except where noted] of the following:
James (24 May 1755), William (8 August 1758), John (28 February 1763) and Hugh (23 September 1764), sons of James Wathan and Elizabeth, and William, son of William and Martha Wathan (2 February 1797) [baptisms]; William Wathan (18 July 1815, aged 57), John Wathan (24 November 1786), James Wathan (26 February 1797), James Prichard Parry (18 July 1791), John Parry (19 November 1792), William Wathen (27 October 1801, aged 67), William P. Parry Esq. (19 September 1806), Elizabeth Powell (20 January 1811), William Wathen (18 July 1815, aged 57), Judith Preece (11 August 1819, aged 49), Thomas Wathen (21 March 1829, aged 79), and James Barnet (24 June 1815, aged 68), Rachel Barnet (11 April 1829, aged 74), and Elizabeth Wathen (17 December 1815, aged 69).

[no title]  BB2/155  16-17 February 1821

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Thomas Wathan, heretofore of Mear Court, Allensmore, now of Bridge Court, Kingstone, farmer (surviving trustee of James Wathan, formerly of Hanley Court, yeoman).
(2) William Wathan of Mear Court, farmer (eldest son of William Wathan, formerly of Kingstone, who was eldest son of James Wathan) and Susannah his wife.
(3) William Wathan of the Green, Kingstone, widow of William Wathan deed., and mother of (2).
(4) William Mathews and William Parry, both of Longtown, farmers.
(5) John Aston of Hereford, gent.
(6) Robert Williams of the same place, gent.
Consideration: £750 from (6) to (1).
As in BB2/151.
With Final Concord £200.

Crizeley  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/156  22 February 7 Charles [1631/32]

Contents:
Feoffment.
(1) John Meende the [e]lder of Kings Caple, gent. and Margaret his wife, and their son John Meende the younger.
(2) Leonard Powell of Sainct Deverox, taylor.
Consideration: £7.
Land (4a.) in Croisley field [Boundaries given].

[no title]  BB2/157  9 July 29 Charles II [1677]

Contents:
Gift.
(1) Leonard Powell of Dydley, yeom[an].
(2) Thomas Smyth of Dydley, gent. and John Mynd the younger, of the same.
Consideration: natural love and affection which (1) has for his eldest son Roger and Mary his wife, his second son William, his grandson William, and his youngest dau. Margarett Phillipps, widow and William her son.
Messuage and land called Crisley (7a.).

[no title]  BB2/158  9 October 1706

Contents:
Release [lease missing].
(1) William Phillipps of Hereford, corvisor, and son of his late mother Margarett Phillipps.
(2) John Powell of Cleonger, yeoman.
Consideration: £23.
Moiety of messuage occupied by William Rudde? and 4a., and as above.

[no title]  BB2/159  29-30 June 1708

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) As in BB2/158 2 and Elianor his wife.
(2) Edward Powell of Didley, St. Devoroux, yeoman, and Anne his wife.
Consideration: £51.
As above.
With probate (22 April 1726) of will (22 May 1725) of Edward Powell.

[no title]  BB2/160  5 December 1730

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) Richard Williams of St. Devoroux, yeom[an] and Anne his wife (formerly wife of Edward Powell).
(2) George Barroll of Allensmore, yeom[an].
Consideration: £20.
Croysley.

[no title]  BB2/161  9 June 1738

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) John Barrell of Allensmore, yeoman (exor. and bro. of George Barrell of Allensmore, yoem[an].
(2) Samuel Lloyd of Howton, Kenderchurch, lab[oure]r and Anne his wife (formerly wife of Edward Powell and later of Richard Williams).
(3) Thomas Gwatkin of Much Dewchurch, yeom[an].
Recits BB2/160 and will of George Barrell.
Consideration: £20 10s. from (3) to (1).
As above [with note in recital that the premises were burnt down].

[no title]  BB2/162  13 June 1750

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/161 (3).
(2) As in BB2/161 (2), but now of St. Devereux.
(3) Brydgett Payn of Kingston, widow, and James Payn of the same place, tyler, her son.
(4) John Brown of Ivington, Leominster, yeom[an].
Recites BB2/160-161.
Consideration: £22 from (3) to (1), £12 19s. from (3) to (1).
With Final Concord (£100).

[no title]  BB2/163  n.d.

Contents:
Copy opinion (15 August 1774) of Tho[ma]s Phillipps concerning [title to land at Croysley]. Recites BB2/159 and will of Edward Powell (1725).

[no title]  BB2/164  27 August 1774

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/162 (3).
(2) John Badham of St. Devereux, yeoman.
Recites BB2/160-162.
Consideration: £35.

[no title]  BB2/165  2 February 1778

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/164 (2).
(2) Thomas Williams of Newland, co. Gloucs., miller (eldest son and heir of Richard William of St. Devereux, yeoman, who was son and heir of Richard Williams of St. Devereux, yeoman and Ann his wife, formerly wife of Edward Powell of St. Devereux, yeoman).
(2) Elizabeth Roberts of St. John Baptist, Hereford, widow.
Consideration: £35.

[no title]  BB2/166  21-22 April 1783

Contents:
Lease and Release (with Assignment of Mortgage).
(1) As in BB2/165 (2) and Richard Williams of Dewchurch, miller.
(2) As in BB2/165 (2), but now of Hay, co. Brecon.
(3) William Snead of Hereford, grocer.
(4) Joseph Guest of Hereford, gent.
Recits BB2/160.
Consideration: £75 from (3) to (2) and 5s. from (4) to (2).

[no title]  BB2/167  1-2 February 1789

Contents:
Lease and Release (with Assignment of Mortgage).
(1) As in BB2/166 (3).
(2) As in BB2/166 (4).
(3) William Wilcox of Kingstone, yeoman.
(4) John Aston of Hereford, gent.
Consideration: £105 from (3) to (1)and 5s. from (4) to (2).

[no title]  BB2/168  5-6 August 1791

Contents:
Lease and Release (with Assignment of Mortgage).
(1) As in BB2/167 (3).
(2) James Symonds of St. Devereux, yeoman.
(3) Mary Rawlings of Lugwardine, widow.
(4) As in BB2/167 (4).
(5) Thomas Davies of Lugwardine, yeoman.
Consideration: £168 from (3) to (1) and 5s. from (5) to (4).

[no title]  BB2/169  26-27 February 1817

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) William Evans of Burton Court [Eardisland], Esq. and Margaret his wife (who survived Anna Brewster of Burton Court, spinster, who died intestate).
(2) Frances Bourne of Monmouth, widow (devisee of her husband John Taylor Bourne, gent., who was eldest son of Peggy, wife of John Bourne, clerk, who was dau. of Catherine Taylor of Hereford, widow and grandson and heir of Catherine Taylor and her husband John Taylor).
(3) James Symonds of Didley, St. Devereux, yeoman and Elizabeth his wife.
(4) Evan Evans of Didley, yeoman.
Recites wills of Catherine Taylor (18 March 1776) and John Taylor Bourne (24 February 1809), and death of Thomas Brewster (February 1790).
Consideration: £245 from (3) to (1).
Spring Piece, Old land, Thornglat and Criesfield (7a. 1r. 3p.).
With bill and receipt (1 March 1817); account of James Symonds (1801-1817); receipt (3 May 1826); copy abstract of the will (4 February 1832) of Elizabeth Symonds of St. Devereux, widow; and declaration by Sarah Pritchard (19 February 1848) concerning the late James Symonds and his family.

[no title]  BB2/170  19-20 October 1838

Contents:
Lease and Release/Mortgage.
(1) Evan Evans of Croysley Wood, St. Devereux, tailor and Ann his wife.
(2) John Evans of the same pa., tailor, only son of (1).
(3) Ann Jones of Wyebridge Street, Hereford, spinster.
Recites BB2/169.
Consideration: £100.
As above.

[no title]  BB2/171  12 May 1848

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/170 (1).
(2) Miriam Wilson of Tillington, Burghill, widow.
Consideration: £50.
The Croysley (house), The Plock behind the house (1r. 17p.), the Young Orchard (1a. 1r. 8p.), and adj. piece (1a. 1r. 39p.).
With copy probate (11 December 1863) of will (10 September 1862) of Ann Evans of St. Devereux, widow; inland revenue succession duty receipts (24 April 1865); and copy extract (15 February 1845) concerning burial of John Symonds of Crisley (31 May 1822, aged 65).

[no title]  BB2/172  28 October 1869

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) Sarah Williams, formerly of Ploughfield, Preston upon Wye, then of Brecon, but now of Queen Street, Castle Fields, Shrewsbury, widow; James Byers of Dowlais, co. Glam., outfitter; and Francis Ovenden of Queen Street, Shrewsbury, shopkeeper and Elizabeth his wife (nee Byers and late Elizabeth Smith, of Brecon, widow).
(2) Thomas Guy, formerly of Hereford, but now of Allensmore, accountant; and Edwin Jones of Hereford, saddler.
(3) As in BB2/170 (3).
Recites BB2/171, and wills of Ann Evans (10 September 1862) and Ann Pritchard (23 July 1862).
Consideration: £150.
As above.
With receipt (12 August 1867); and copy will (8 September 1856) and codicil (17 March 1868) of (3), spinster.

[no title]  BB2/173  14 December 1872

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/172 (1).
(2) Thomas Jones Dyke of the Hollies, Merthyr Tydfil, co. Glam., surgeon; William Jones of The Cefn, near Merthyr Tydfil, agent; and William Harris of Merthyr Tydfil, merchant (trustees of the Merthyr and Dowlais Permanent Benefit Building Society).
Recitals as above.
Consideration: £60.
With memo. of agreement concerning further mortgages (11 November 1875); further mortgage from (1) to Merthyr and Dowlais Permanent Benefit Building Society (27 December 1876); and mortgage from (1) [not including Sarah Williams] to Building Society (4 October 1877).

[no title]  BB2/174  29 May 1874

Contents:
Transfer of Mortgage.
(1) Jane Ann Morris of Hereford, spinster; William Henry Jones of Ewyas Harold, draper; and James Davies of Hereford, gent.
(2) Sarah Williams of Swansea, co. Glam., widow; James Byers of Penydarren near Merthyr Tydfil, innkeeper and traveller; and Francis Ovenden of Queen Street, Shrewsbury and Elizabeth his wife.
(3) Martin Luther Evans of Merthyr Tydfil, timber merchant; Ann Evans of Castleton Mumbles, Swansea, widow and John Jones of Merthyr Tydfil, draper.
Recitals as above.
Consideration: £350 from (3) to (1).

[no title]  BB2/175  10 September 1878

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) As in BB2/174 (3), but Ann Evans now of Goetre, co. Mon.
(2) Rev. Archer Clive of Whitfield, clerk.
Consideration: £700.
With schedule of deeds (1655-1878); abstract of title (1838-1877) and inland revenue succession duty receipts (30 October 1878).

[no title]  BB2/176  9 May 1960

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) Sydney George Pritchard of 40 Cornewall Street, Hereford.
(2) George Mark Evans of The Heath, Wormbridge, farmer.
(3) Coutts and Co. of 440 Strand, London, WG2.
Consideration: £75.
With statutory declarations by (1) and Alice Ellen Sawkins of 30 Whitehorse Street, Hereford [both with plans].

Didley Farm  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/177  13 November 1784

Contents:
Deed of Exchange.
(1) Sir Hungerford Hoskyns of Harewood, Bt.
(2) John Russell of Stanmore, co. Middx.
Land called Lawrence Tail Plock, the Half Plock, land in Quarry Field, land in the Lower Field in exchange for land called the Hall parlour, the Common Plock in Lower Field, and the Half Acre by the Common Plock [Boundaries/Acreages given].

[no title]  BB2/178  24 November 1784

Contents:
Deed of Exchange.
(1) John Moore Green of Cagebrook, Eaton Bishop, Esq.
(2) John Russell of Theobalde Park, Cheshunt, co. Herts.
Consideration: 10s.
Land called the Ham Plock, land in the Quarry Field and land called the Half Acre in the Upper Common Field, in tenure of John Clark in exchange for land near the Heath, Withy Grove, lands called Withy Grove Acre and Long Acre in the Upper Common Field, in tenure of Francis Price [Boundaries given].

[no title]  BB2/179  2-3 February 1795

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Rev. Thomas Griffith of Ewithington, clerk and Francis Baladon Thomas of Hereford, Esq.
(2) James Poole of the Homend, [Stretton Grandison], Esq.
(3) George Hayward of Hereford, Esq. and Elizabeth his wife (formerly Elizabeth Russell, spinster).
(4) John Russell of Aldbury, co. Herts., Esq.
Recites deeds (22 June 1757, 25 June 1782 and 6 April 1790), death of Thomas Brewster (February 1790), Lease and Releases (3-4 January 1777 and 4-5 April 1794).
Consideration: £145 to (3) and 10s. from (4) to (2).
Two pieces of land in Upper Didley Field, Round Meadow Hill near Lower Didley Field, Bonny Sweet Robbin, two pieces of land in Lower Didley Field and land in the Orles [Acreages given].

[no title]  BB2/180  8 October 1804

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine.
(1) John Brewster of Burton Court [Eardisland], Esq., (only bro. and heir of Thomas Brewster, late of Hereford, who was devisee of Catherine Taylor, late of Hereford, widow, and grandson and co-heir of Robert Clayton, late of Hereford, Esq.); and John Taylor Bourne of Monmouth, gent. (eldest son of Peggy, the wife of John Bourne, clerk, decd., and one of the daus. of Catherine Taylor, also grandson and heir of Catherine Taylor and John Taylor and great grandson and coheir of Robert Clayton).
(2) John Russell of Aldbury House, near Theobalds Park, co. Herts., Esq.
(3) Thomas Wanklyn of Monmouth, gent.
Recites will of Catherine Taylor (18 March 1776).
Consideration: £43 from (2) to (1).
Land in Didley Field and Two Acres, in Didley [Acreages given].

[no title]  BB2/181  15-16 August 1825

Contents:
Lease and Release/Deed of Exchange (with deed of covenant for the production of title deeds).
(1) Edward Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
(2) Philip Jones of Sugwas, Esq. and Robert Henry Bartholomew of New Inn, co. Middx., gent.
(3) John Samuel Gowland of Cagebrook, [Eaton Bishop], Esq. and Amelia his wife.
Recites Lease and Release (20-21 October 1820).
Consideration: 10s.
Land at Didley Farm, namely Didley Bridge Meadow, the Hams Meadow, The Quarry Field, The Clover Plock, The Kines Leasow, two pieces of land in Upper Didley Field, land in Didleys Lower Field, land in Lower Didleys Common Field, and a garden patch adj. the Hereford to Abergavenny turnpike road in exchange for Pigs Hill, the new Tindings, the Withy Grove meadow, five parcels of land in the Upper Field, the Thorny Glat Meadow, Heath Meadow and two adj. messuages and gardens, the Heath Orchard, the Criseley Orchard, the Common Close and a parcel of land in Wollocks Field [Boundaries/Acreages given].
Covenant recites deeds 1745-1798.
Plan on dorse of second membrane.

[no title]  BB2/182  17-18 August 1825

Contents:
Lease and Release (with deed of covenant for the production of title deeds).
(1) As in BB2/181 (1).
(2) Mary Turner of Cheltenham, co. Gloucs., spinster.
Consideration: £2745.
Land in Upper Didleys Common Field, Barhams Plock and an adj. New Inclosure, Long Meadow Hill, Old Hop Garden, three pieces of land in Lower Didleys Common Field, Shags Grove, Bonny Sweet Robin, The Nook, Stocks Orchard, Stocks Homestead and adj. Brick Piece, First three days Math, New Tynings, Second three days Math, Service Tree piece, Laurel Stile Meadow, Stocks mead and adj. six acres, seven pieces of land in Stocks or Little Woollocks Field, Wallditch Plock and adj. three acres, and four pieces of land in Further Woollock Field.
Covenant recites deeds 1745-1824.
[Boundaries/Acreages given, schedule included].

[no title]  BB2/183  20-21 July 1831

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) As in BB2/181 (1).
(2) As in BB2/182 (2), but now of Leamington, co. Warks.
Recites deeds 1742-1830.
Consideration: £219 13s. 9d.
Black Hole Plock, three pieces of land in Willocks field, Little Meadow, Gravel Pit piece, and land formerly part of Black Hole Plock, but now separated by the Hereford railway, all in the occupation of Thomas Jones and formerly the estate and inheritance of his grandfather William Jones.

[no title]  BB2/184  29-30 August 1831

Contents:
Lease and Release (with assignment).
(1) John Rudge of Didley, St. Devereux, yeoman.
(2) William Brown of Ganarew, gent.
(3) As in BB2/183 (2).
(4) Joseph Holden Turner of Cliffords Inn, London, Esq.
Recites deeds 1807-1831.
Consideration: £110 from (3) to (1) and 10s. from (4) to (1).
The Paddocks (1a. 3r. 17p.).

[no title]  BB2/185  1 September 1852

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) The Newport, Abergavenny and Hereford Railway Company.
(2) John Samuel Gowland of Cagebrook, Esq.
(3) Samuel Charles Cross Fish of the Inner Temple, barrister at law; Richard Almack of Melford, co. Suffolk, gent. and John Cleave of Hereford, gent.
Recites Acts of Parliament concerning creation of (1).
Consideration: £80 from (3) to (1).
Pieces of land belonging to the Hereford railway and adj. the following: Salt Marsh, Lady Meadow, part of Great Meadow, Lady Leg, lower part of Cow Pasture, Lower Didley Bridge, and an adj. piece, and Clover Plock, to uses described in deed (11 September 1837).
Plan on dorse of second membrane.

Didley Farm and Great House  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/186  20 March 1858

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) Joseph Askew Turner of No.16, Harewood Square, Regents Park, co. Middx., Esq.
(2) Mary Turner of Milverton Lodge, Leamington, co. Warks., widow of Abraham Holden Turner.
(3) Rev. Arthur Turner, clerk and Frederick Quayle Turner, Esq., both of Milverton Lodge (exors. of Mary Turner, one of the daus. of Abraham Holden Turner); the said Joseph Askew Turner, and Frederick Holden Turner of No.3, Bedford Row, co. Middx., gent. (admins. of Joseph Holden Turner, one of the sons of Abraham Holden Turner); Rev. Thomas Powell Symonds of Pengethley, clerk and Elizabeth his wife (another dau. of Abraham Holden Turner); the said Frederick Quayle Turner (admin. of Edmund Turvile? Turner, son of Abraham Holden Turner); and the said Rev. Arthur Turner and Frederick Quayle Turner (sons of Abraham Holden Turner).
(4) The said Mary Turner.
(5) The said Joseph Askew Turner and Frederick Holden Turner, and Rev. Arthur Turner and Frederick Quayle Turner.
(6) Rev. Archer Clive of Whitfield, clerk.
Recites will of Abraham Holden Turner, late of Edward Street, St. Marylebone, co. Middx., attorney at law (10 December 1811), deeds (6 August 1825 and 1 October 1825), releases (17 August 1825 and 18 August 1825), and will of Mary Turner (4 August 1855).
Consideration: £6,500.
Didley Farm in tenancy of Thomas Fluck [field names and acreages given]. Also The Great House Farm (125a. 15p.) in occupation of Richard Rudge [Plan/Schedule included].
With declarations (4-6 March 1858) concerning Didley estate and exors. and trustees of the will of Abraham Holden Turner (with coloured plan) [fragile]; bond (20 March 1858); certificate from commissioners for taking the acknowledgement of deeds by married women concerning Elizabeth Powell (20 March 1858); inland revenue succession duty receipts relating to [Great House] Farm; and abstract of title (1857).

[no title]  BB2/187  26 August 1858

Contents:
Copy order of exchange.
(1) Archer Clive of Whitfield, clerk.
(2) Thomas Bennett of the Badge, Madley, gent.
Part of Little Stocks field in exchange for part of Little Stocks field and land in Lower Didley field [Plan/Schedule included and acreages given].
With valuation (March 1858) by W. Fosbrooke, and copy altered tithe apportionment (6 January 1859) which includes schedule and plan.

[no title]  BB2/188  8 April 1862

Contents:
Declaration by Robert Berrow of Winnal, Allensmore, farmer, concerning his tenancy of Didley Farm.

[no title]  BB2/189  1874

Contents:
Abstract of Title of Rev. Archer Clive to farm, lands and premises in Didley.
Recites BB2/186 and others.

Didley manor and house  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/190  16 February 1861

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) John Jones Cleave of the Inner Temple, London, Esq. and Evan Pateshall of Hereford, Esq.
(2) Arabella Emma Thomas, wife of Edward David Thomas of Welfield House, co. Radnor., Esq.
(3) Edward David Thomas.
(4) Amelia Maria Horn of No.02 Montpelier Crescent, Brighton, co. Sussex and Eliza Josephine Horn, now residing with her uncle Maj. Gen. Horn, C.B., in Malta, spinsters (the two adult children of Henry Horn, once of Keppel Street and late of Upper Bedford Place, Russell Square, both co. Middx., Esq. and Amelia Ann his wife).
(5) Rev. Archer Clive of Whitfield, clerk.
Recites Lease and Releases (20-21 October 1820 and 15-16 August 1825); fine (Michaelmas Term 1820); marriage settlement (11 September 1837); deeds (26 September 1840, 16 August 1852, 1 September 1852 and 24 June 1858); and Chancery orders (10 November 1860 and 4 February 1861).
Consideration: £6369 5s. 4d.
Didley manor and Didley Court mansion house, including: Salt Marsh, Lady Meadow, part of Great Meadow, Lady Log, part of old tram road, lower and upper part of Cow Pasture, Old Hopyard and New Orchard, Ox Pasture, sixteen acres on Little Mill Field, nine acres, church meadow, lower and upper Eight acres, Great Mill Field and new hopyard, Langet, Orles meadow and rough, Wallet Field, Matthews Field, Pound Close, Didley Court House, Pound Close, Plock, Court Close, cottage and garden, Quarry and field, Upper and Lower Didley Bridge, Horns, Clover Plock (inc. Tram Road), Clover Plock and part of Lower Field (inc. Tram Road) and a piece severed by railway (158a. 2r. 10p.).
Also land called Crisi (10a. 1r.) in Kingstone [Plan/Schedule included].
With chancery court orders (4 and 9 February 1861).

Great House  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/191  7-8 February 1803

Contents:
Lease and Release (with Assignment of Mortgage).
(1) Sir Hungerford Hoskyns of Harewood, Bt., now residing at Glasgow and Chandos Hoskyns of Harewood, Esq. (devisees of their father Sir Hungerford Hoskyns, late of Harewood, Bt.).
(2) Richard Rudge of St. Devereux, farmer.
(3) John Charles of Much Marcle, yeoman, trustee of (2).
(4) Thomas Cam of Hereford, Esq.
(5) Joseph Woodhouse of Hereford, gent.
Recites will of Sir Hungerford Hoskyns (8 May 1802); Lease and Releases (3-4 August 1791 and 25-26 November 1794); assignment (12 September 1727) and deeds (25 March 1742 and 5 September 1754).
Consideration: £3500 from (2) to (1).
Great House and Whitewoods or Wetwoods Farms.
Enclosed: Power of Attorney (17 January 1803) from Sir Hungerford Hoskyns, now residing in Glasgow, to Chandos Hoskyns.

[no title]  BB2/192  8-9 February 1803

Contents:
Lease and Release/Mortgage.
(1) John Charles of Much Marcle, yeoman.
(2) As in BB2/191 (2).
(3) Moses Edwards of the Bower, Hom Lacy, gent.
(4) As in BB2/191 (5).
(5) John Aston of Hereford, gent.
Recites BB2/191.
Consideration: £2000 from (3) to (2).
As above, except The Buells.
With further mortgage of £500 (2 February 1810).

[no title]  BB2/193  16-17 March 1820

Contents:
Lease and Release/Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/192 (3), but now of Tidnor.
(2) Mary Rudge of St. Devereux, widow and admin. of Richard Rudge, yeoman.
(3) Richard Rudge of St. Devereux, yeoman.
(4) William Ravenhill of Hereford, mercer, eldest son and heir of William Ravenhill, late of the same place, mercer.
(5) William Merrick of Thruxton, gent.
(6) As in BB2/192 (5).
Recites Lease and Releases (3-4 August 1691, 25-26 November 1774 and 8-9 February 1803), BB2/192, and deed (12 September 1777).
Consideration: £557 from (5) to (1).
Great House farm in tenancy of (2).
With copy will (18 November 1812) of Richard Rudge of St. Devereux, farmer.

[no title]  BB2/194  28 June 1821

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/193 (2).
(2) As in BB2/193 (3) [son of (1)].
(3) John Rudge, Francis Rudge, James Rudge, William Rudge and Ann Rudge, all of the same place, children of (1).
(4) John Cleave of Hereford, gent.
Recites BB2/193.
Consideration: £280 from (4) to (1)-(2).

[no title]  BB2/195  18-19 December 1823

Contents:
Lease and Release (with Assignment of Mortgage).
(1) As in BB2/193 (5).
(2) As in BB2/194 (4).
(3) Thomas Dance of Allensmore, yeoman and Mary his wife (one of the children of Richard Rudge).
(4) John Griffits of St. Devereux, yeoman and Anne his wife; John Rudge of Didley, yeoman; Francis Rudge of Burghill, yeoman; James Rudge of Allensmore, yeoman and Susannah Rudge of Didley, spinster (children of Richard Rudge).
(5) Richard Rudge of St. Devereux (one of the children of Richard Rudge).
(6) John Gwillim of the Hunt House, Clodock, gent.
(7) As in BB2/192 (5).
(8) David Gwillim the younger of Snodhill, Peterchurch, gent.
Recites Lease and Release (25-26 November 1774); will of Sir Hungerford Hoskyns; and BB2/191-194.
Consideration: £650 from (6) to (1) and £1800 from (6) to (1)-(3) and (5).
With copy will of Sir Hungerford Hoskyns, Bt.

[no title]  BB2/196  22 December 1823

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/195 (5).
92) As in BB2/195 (4) [not John Griffits].
Recites BB2/195.

[no title]  BB2/197  16-17 August 1825

Contents:
Lease and Release (with Assignment of Mortgage).
(1) As in BB2/195 (6).
(2) As in BB2/195 (5).
(3) As in BB2/195 (4) [and William Rudge, yeoman].
(4) Thomas Quayle of Bartonmere House, co. Suffolk, Esq.. and Joseph Holden Turner of Lincolns Inn Fields, co. Middx., Esq.
(5) As in BB2/195 (8).
(6) Rev. Thomas Powell Symonds of Pengethley, clerk.
Consideration: £1800 to (1) and £250 to each in (3) from (4).

[no title]  BB2/198  1 October 1825

Contents:
Declaration of trust.
(1) As in BB2/197 (4).
(2) Mary Turner of Cheltenham, co. Gloucs., spinster.
With will of Abraham Holden Turner, gent. (10 December 1811).

[no title]  BB2/199  12 November 1833

Contents:
Counterpart Lease.
(1) Mary Turner of Leamington, co. Warks., spinster
(2) Thomas Fluck of Didley, farmer.
Rent: £215 and £10 for every ploughed acre.
Great House Farm in occupation of (2) and cottage and land held by John Williams and Philip Morgan (220a.).

[no title]  BB2/200  1857

Contents:
Abstract of Title of Joseph Holden Turner to the Great House estate.
Recites deeds 1691-1857.
With abstract 1858 of his will and abstract (1858) concerning declaration of trust.

Greens  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/201  17 July 1741

Contents:
Deed to lead and declare the uses of a fine.
(1) John Russell of St. Martin, Hereford, gent. and Elizabeth his wife (only dau. and heir apparent of William Hoskyns of Didley, St. Devereux, gent. and Hester his wife).
(2) Arnold Russell of St. Martin, Hereford, gent.
Consideration: 5s.
Messuage called Greens and inhabited by (1), and a decayed messuage called Rawlins's, both at Didley.
With copy extract of fine (13 March 1823).

[no title]  BB2/202  20-21 December 1781

Contents:
Lease and Release (and Deed to lead the uses of a recovery).
(1) John Russell of Stanmore, co. Middx., Esq. (only son of John Russell of St. Nicholas, Hereford, gent. and Elizabeth his wife, both decd., and devisee named in the will of Elizabeth Russell).
(2) Thomas Spencer of Rathbone Place, co. Middx., surveyor.
(3) William Johnston of the Inner Temple, London, gent.
Consideration: 15s. from (3) to (1).
As above.
With probate (27 March 1781) of the will of Elizabeth Russell of St. Nicholas, Hereford; and copy will (20 May 1812) of John Russell of Aldbury House, Cheshunt, co. Herts.

Lower House farm etc  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/203  12-13 November 1725

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Mary Dobyns of Esbach, spinster.
(2) Thomas Harries of Ullinswick, gent. and Ursula his wife.
(3) Robert Clayton of Hereford, Esq.
Recites Lease and Releases (8-9 September 1710, 12-13 August 1720 and 19-20 June 1723).
Consideration: £450 from (3) to (1), £150 from (3) to (2) [quitcaim].
Messuage called the house below the way now in possession of William Price and Thomas Bayly; also messuage called the Whitehouse in possession of William Morse and other land which William Ende rented from Richard Powell.

[no title]  BB2/204  12-13 November 1807

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) William Evans of Hereford, Esq. and Margaret his wife; and Anna Brewster of Burton Court, Eardisland, spinster (daus. of John Brewster, late of Burton Court, Esq. who was bro. of Thomas Brewster of Hereford, Esq., who was devisee of Catherine Taylor of Hereford, widow and also grandson of Robert Clayton of Hereford, Esq.).
(2) John Taylor Bourne of Monmouth, gent. (eldest son of Peggy, wife of John Bourne, clerk, one of the daus. of Catherine Taylor, and also grandson of Catherine Taylor and John Taylor her husband, and great grandson of Robert Clayton).
(3) John Rudge of Didley, St. Devereux, yeoman.
(4) William Brown of Ganarew, gent. and Thomas Wanklyn of Monmouth, gent.
Recites deeds 1698-1776.
Consideration: £543 and 10s. from (3) to (1) and £600 from (4) to (1).
[Lower House farm, i.e.:] farm house, land in the Upperfield, land in the Stockfield, land in Willocks field, land in Didley field, the six acres, land near the River Worm, Worm, land adj. the river, the Orchard, Man Meadow, the Paddocks, formerly in tenure of Mary Rudge, but now of John Rudge.
Endorsed: memo. (27 April 1816) that land in Upper field was conveyed by Lease and Release (26-27 April 1816) from (3) and (4) to John Johnson of Kilpeck, yeoman.
With copy probate (8 March 1875) of Catherine Taylor of Hereford, widow; and land tax redemption certificate (14 March 1812).

[no title]  BB2/205  19 September 1812

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/204 (3).
(2) William Brown of Ganarew, gent.
Consideration: £100.
With further mortgage for £200 (19 February 1814).

[no title]  BB2/206  17 May 1831

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine.
(1) Rev. William Edward Evans of Burton Court, Eardisland, clerk and Elizabeth his wife; and Mary Ann Evans of Burton Court, spinster.
(2) Joseph Rudge of Hereford, tallow chandler.
(3) As in BB2/204 (3).
Enclosed: Final Concords (8 January 1 William IV [1831]).

[no title]  BB2/207  1-2 September 1831

Contents:
Lease and Release/Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/205 (2).
(2) As in BB2/204 (3).
(3) John Benbow of Hereford, glove manufacturer and Thomas Jenkins of the same city, gent.
(4) Jonathan Elliott Gough of Hereford, gent.
Consideration: £900 from (3) to (1) [assignment] and £100 from (3) to (2).

[no title]  BB2/208  14-15 June 1836

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) As in BB2/204 (3).
(2) Thomas Bennett of Wormhill, Eaton Bishop, gent.
(3) As in BB2/207 (3).
Also £400 bond (1 July 1836) between (2) and (1); receipt (1 July 1842) from John Benbow acknowledging payment of £1000 from (2); authorisation (6 April 1854) by James Vaughan, exor. of (1), for (2) to pay £200 to Benjamin Bennett and William Berrow, exors. of Anne Rudge, wife of John; also receipts concerning payment of property tax and letter (1852-1853).

[no title]  BB2/209  17 October 1900

Contents:
Copy lease agreement.
(1) Sarah Bennett of No.2 Camden Villas, Broomy Hill, Hereford, spinster.
(2) John Dale of St. Devereux, farmer.
Rent: £60.

[no title]  BB2/210  20 February 1904

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) Ellen Maria Dew of The Laurels, Allensmore, spinster (surviving exor. and trustee of Sarah Berrow Bennett, spinster).
(2) James Bennett Dew and William Henry Dew, both of Lapwai, Nez Perce County, Idaho, U.S.A., farmers.
Recites wills of Thomas Bennett (26 February 1861) and Sarah Berrow Bennett (16 April 1900).
With copy Power of Attorney (20 November 1903); copy probate (24 April 1861) of Thomas Bennett of The Bage, Madley, gent.; and copy will of Sarah Berrow Bennett of Hereford, spinster; and copy draft.

[no title]  BB2/211  22 February 1904

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) As in BB2/210 (2), but William Henry Dew presently staying at 27 Chandos Street, Hereford.
(2) David Sparkes of Bannutt Tree Farm, Kentchurch, farmer.
Consideration: £575.
With abstract of title of (1) [1861-1904]; and schedule of deeds (1725-1831).

[no title]  BB2/212  22 February 1904

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) William Henry Dew of Lapwai, Nez Perce County, Idaho, U.S.A., but now staying at 27 Chandos Street, Hereford, farmer.
(2) David Allen and Frank Tom Carver, both of Hereford, solicitors.
Consideration: £150.
Endorsed: Reconveyance (2 August 1904).

[no title]  BB2/213  3 August [1904]

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) As in BB2/210 (2).
(2) Thomas Coles Brewer of Pendiggott, St. Weonards, farmer.
Consideration: £680.
[Plan/Schedule included].
Also with memo. of agreement concerning purchase (9 April 1904); equitable charge (3 August 1904); requisitions on title (6 May 1904) and replies; and abstract of title of (1) [1904].

[no title]  BB2/214  8 November 1904

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) As in BB2/213 (2).
(2) Percy Archer Clive of Whitfield, Grenadier Guards Capt.
Consideration: £700.
[Plan/Schedule included].

Messuages and Roger Hill Farm  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/215  16 May 1855

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) James Vaughan, late of Thruxton, tailor, but now of Didley, St. Devereux, farmer.
(2) William Waring of Kivernoll, Much Dewchurch, gent.
Recites will of John Rudge, late of St. Devereux, farmer (26 February 1845).
Consideration: £100.
Three cottages and land called Roger Hill, in occupation of (1) and James Walters [Boundaries given].

[no title]  BB2/216  17 April 1873

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) William George Waring of Tyrone, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
(2) William Robert George of Felton, farmer.
Recites will of William Waring (30 April 1868), father of (1)
Consideration: 10s.

[no title]  BB2/217  25 January 1883

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/216 (2), but now of Puddlestone, gent.
(2) James Vaughan of Rogers Hill, St. Devereux, farmer.
(3) Rhoda Ann Lewis of Broomy Hill, Hereford, spinster.
Consideration: £100 from (3) to (1).

[no title]  BB2/218  5 March 1884

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/217 (3).
(2) As in BB2/217 (2).
(3) Sarah Thomas of Shire Glat, Canon Pyon, widow; and George Thomas of Canon Pyon, cattle dealer.
Consideration: £200 to (1) and £250 to (2) from (3).

[no title]  BB2/219  3 May 1888

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) As in BB2/218 (3).
(2) David Sparkes of Corras Farm, Kentchurch, farmer.
Consideration: £550.
As above, now in occupation of George Powell.

[no title]  BB2/220  16 August 1943

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) William Warburton Pearce Sparkes of 2 Station Road, East Grinstead, co. Sussex, chemist and druggist.
(2) John Price of The Orchids, Hucclecote, [Church Down], co. Gloucs., farmer.
(3) Hon. Richard Lyttleton of Monkhams Cottage, Waltham Abbey, co. Essex, gent.; and Donald Burnett of Bank Chambers, Broad Street, Hereford, land agent.
Recites vesting interest (10 July 1935) of trustees [(1) and (2)]; will of Sarah Sophia Sparkes, late of The Firs, Westbury-on-Severn, co. Gloucs., widow (30 October 1929), will of Meysey George Dallas Clive (11 May 1942).
Consideration: £1350.
Roger Hill Farm, Didley, formerly occupied by Henry Pugh Raymond, but now of John Stanley Williams Manning.
[Plan/Schedule included].
With Abstract of Title of (1) [1888 and 1904, with plan].

Old Lands  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/221  1-2 July 1834

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Robert Williams, heretofore of Hereford, but now of Monmouth, Esq.
(2) Rev. Thomas Williams, clerk, rector of Llanvapley, co. Mon.; Annabella, Cassandra and Anne Williams, all of Monmouth, spinsters, all children of (1).
Lease and Release (16-17 February 1821).
Newly erected messuage and land called The Old Lands, in Didley.
Also appointment from (1) to (2).

Trelough  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/222  15-16 February 1747/48

Contents:
Lease and Release/Marriage settlement.
(1) William Garnons of Trealough, St. Devereux, gent. (son of William Garnons, late of Trelough, gent., by Anne his wife, formerly Anne Smith, widow).
(2) Sarah Phelps of Dursley, co. Gloucs., spinster (dau. of Thomas Phelps, Esq., late of Dursley).
(3) George Smith of North Nibley, co. Gloucs., Esq. and John Phelps of Dursley, Esq.
(4) John Nourse of Weston-under-Penyard, Esq. and William Phelps of Cote, co. Gloucs., Esq.
Recites Lease and Releases (7-8 February 1743/44 and 28-29 October 1745) and indenture (28 April 1742).
Consideration: marriage between (1) and (2) and £1500.
Messuage called Trelough, land Parkehalls, Prossers Close, Birching Field, Ten Acres, Fishpool Field, Great Field, Heathy Ground, Eighteen Acres, Upper and Lower Wood Grounds, Bayleys Ground, Princes Close, Close Maine, Holme Meadow, New Meadow, Mill Meadow, The Old and New Orchards, Achorn Ground, Margerys Close, Bonnys Orchard, Little Orchard, Little Parkhalls, The Moat Piece, Ten Shilling Plock, Upper and Lower Cow Pastures, Hopyard and Orchard, The Moores, Kill Close, Mill Ground, Henease?, seven parcels of woodland, lane leading from Trelough Green to Kingston, all in St. Devereux, Wormbridge, Killpeck and Trevile.
Also Boars Farm, occupied by James Matthews, and messuage occupied by Philip Harper in St. Devereux, and messuage occupied by John Spencer in Wormbridge.
Enclosed: Final Concord. 22 August 1746.
(1) William Phelps Esq., plt.
(2) John Watkins, gent. and Jane his wife, deforcs.
Consideration: £650.
Messuages and land in Talgarth and St. Michael Cwmlduy [Llanvihangel Cwmdu], co. Brecon.

[no title]  BB2/223  10-11 October 1837

Contents:
Lease and Release/Conveyance of share.
(1) Louisa Harriet Leicester of Larkhill, St. Martin, Worcester, widow.
(2) Edward William Smythe Owen of Condover Park, co. Salop., Esq. (formerly called Edward William Smythe Pemberton).
(3) Rev. Charles Leicester of Wesbury, co. Salop., clerk.
(4) Thomas Cholmondeley of Hodnet Hall, co. Salop., [a minor].
(5) Rev. Thomas Williams, rector of Lanvapley, co. Mon., clerk.
(6) Annabella Williams of Monmouth, spinster.
(7) The said Thomas Williams and James Powels of Monmouth, gent.
(8) Charles Tyler of Monmouth, gent.
Recites wills of William Garnons and Sarah Garnons, Ann Williams, George Smythe sen. and jun., Nicholas Smythe; and a court order.
Shares in the above.
With legal papers (April-August 1837) and copy pedigree (19 May 1764) of the Garnons family of Trelough compiled from College of Arms records. Also copy wills and certificates as follows:
Baptism of Thomas, son of Robert and Annabella Williams (17 September 1801) at Monmouth; marriage of William Garnolds and Miss Sarah Phelps (16 February 1747) at Dursley; marriage of William Garnons, Esq. and Annabella Hoskyns, spinster (12 June 1769) at St. Devereux; marriage of Robert Williams and Annabella Garnons (19 November 1797) at Monmouth; burial of John Phelps, Esq. (18 June 1755) at Dursley; miscellaneous Garnons entries at St. Devereux (1746-1834); wills of George Smyth the elder, late of North Nibley, Esq, now of Shrewsbury (probate 25 February 1772); George Smyth jun., Esq. of North Nibley (12 May 1772); Nicholas Smythe of Cundover, co. Salop., Esq. (6 May 1790); William Garnons, late of Trelough, now of Weston-under-Penyard, Esq. (30 May 1797) and Nicholas Owen Smythe Owen of Condover Park, Esq. (21 February 1807).

[no title]  BB2/224  16-17 January 1838

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) As in BB2/223 (5) and Elizabeth his wife.
(2) As in BB2/223 (6).
(3) As in BB2/223 (7).
(4) Henry Bird of Hereford, surgeon and Cassandra his wife.
(5) Edward Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
Recites Lease and Releases (2-3 June 1806, 8-9 July 1834, 2-3 October 1836 and 10-11 October 1837); BB2/222; will of William Garnons (17 August 1795); and deed (31 December 1827).
Consideration: £3489 8s. 2d.
Trelough house, farm and land, with a cottage in St. Devereux, Wormbridge, Kilpeck and Treville. Also Boars Hill Farm.
[Field names and acreages given].

[no title]  BB2/225  28 August 1838

Contents:
Bargain and Sale.
(1) As in BB2/223 (5).
(2) As in BB2/223 (6).
(3) As in BB2/224 (4).
(4) As in BB2/224 (5).
Recites BB2/224.
Trelough house and farm occupied by John Edwards, cottage, road leading from Trelough to Whitfield, Treville Piece, The Great and Little Park Hall, Birch Field, Ten Acres, Fish Pool Field, The Old Hopyard, hopyard, Twenty Acres, Eighteen Acres, Long Cow pasture, the Upper Orchard, Old Orchard, Marjerys Close, Acorn Orchard, Heathy Orchard, land, Bonneys Orchard, the farm homestead, Little Orchard, Brick Close, Close Main, Forty Acres, Princes Close, The Moors, Kiln Moor or Close, Millfield, Envoise?, Wod-field, Darby Hill, Hom Meadow, Mill Meadow, land in Great Crab field, Worm Meadow, Caterns Close, Cow Pasture, Little Crabtree field, The Langetts, Kiffs Close, The Mears, Trelough coppice, Hom Wood (except part to be sold to Hereford Railway Company); and Boars Hill Farm, all in St. Devereux, Wormbridge, Kilpeck and Treville.
With Schedule of Deeds (1747-1838).

[no title]  BB2/226  29 September 1879

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) Charles Meysey Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
(2) William Henry Barneby of Bredenbury Court, Esq.
Consideration: £20000.
Trelough mansion house and farm in St. Devereux, Wormbridge, Kilpeck and Treville, Boars Hill Farm; the Old Lands at Diddley; Rogers Farm; Diffryn otherwise Differing Farm, Blackhouse Farm, Little Jury Farm, the Combe otherwise Cwm and Bances Farm, all in Doore otherwise Dore otherwise Abbey Dore. Also the Blackmoor Estate in Abbey Dore and Vowchurch. [Schedule included].
Endorsed: Re-conveyance. 13 June 1884.
(1) As in (2) above.
(2) Col. Hon. George Windsor Windsor Clive of No.12 Stratford Place, Oxford Street, London.
Recites will of Charles Meysey Bolton Clive.
With copy birth certificate of Charles Meysey Bolton Clive (8 February 1842).

THRUXTON  [no ref. or date]

Exchequer  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/227  13 July 1785

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) Richard Woodhouse of Lyonshall, gent.
(2) Ann Woodhouse of Hereford, widow (and exor. of James Woodhouse, late of Hereford, gent.).
(3) Thomas Russell of Hereford, gent., (nephew and heir of Hugh Russell, late of Thruxton, gent.).
(4) Benjamin Davies of the Poplands [Whitborne], gent.
(5) James Pritchard of Madley, yeoman.
Recites Lease and Release (24-25 May 1734); assignments (19 December 1761 and 7 April 1766); will of Hugh Russell (18 March 1765); and court order, including report of Deputy Remembrancer.
Consideration: £1850 from (4) to Deputy Remembrancer and £1574 to (1) and (2).
[The Exchequer Court] Messuage formerly occupied by Mary Russell the elder and Hugh Russell, and land in Thruxton, Kingston, Allensmore, Clehonger and Treville; messuage and land occupied by Elizabeth Pritchard in Bacton; messuage in Allensmore occupied by Mary Jones; messuage called Blaine Forest in Clodock, occupied by Hugh Russell. Also all other messuages and land of Mary and Hugh Russell in the above locations.
With extract of will (29 July 1782) of (5); extract of will (12 September 1803) and copy burial certificate of John Pritchard of Chilstone, Madley, farmer.

[no title]  BB2/228  13 July 1785

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) John Cam of Hereford, physician (trustee of Hugh Russell, late of Thruxton, gent.).
(2) As in BB2/227 (3).
(3) As in BB2/227 (4).
(4) Richard James of Carwardines Green, Madley, yeoman.
Consideration: £1850 from (3) to Deputy Remembrancer.
Exchequer Court in tenancy of William Merrick; house in Bacton in tenancy of Thomas Edwards; house and land in Allensmoor occupied by William Wood; house and land bequeathed by Hugh Russell to James Woodhouse and (1) in trust.
With court orders and receipt (25-30 July 1783).

[no title]  BB2/229  14-15 July 1785

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) As in BB2/227 (3).
(2) As in BB2/227 (4), and John Goode of Kingston, yeoman (his trustee).
Recites various court orders and BB2/228.
Consideration: £1850.
As above.

[no title]  BB2/230  24-25 August 1803

Contents:
Lease and Release (with copy).
(1) Maximiliana Davies of Whitborne, widow of Benjamin Davies, gent.; Thomas Walker of Suckley, co. Worcs., gent. and Richard Mugg Mence of St. Nicholas, Worcester, gent. (trustees of Benjamin Davies).
(2) Sarah Davies of Whitborne, spinster, dau. of Benjamin Davies.
(3) William Allies of Alfrick chapelry, Suckley; and Benjamin Birch of Broadwas, co. Worcs., gent.
Consideration: 10s. from (3) to (1).
As above, in occupation of John Davis and Mary Bayley, widow.

[no title]  BB2/231  18-19 April 1833

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Joseph Davies of Whitborne, gent.
(2) Thomas George of Bromyard, baker and Hannah his wife.
(3) Richard Arden of Bromyard, farmer and Mary his wife.
(4) Thomas Griffiths of Bromyard, gent.
(5) Edward Bolton Clive of Whitfield, gent.
Recites will of Benjamin Davies and releases (25 August 1803 and 2 May 1823).
Consideration: £7019 from (5) to (1)-(3).
Exchequer Court estate [Schedule included].
With final concord (8 January [1833]) [£420]; copy certificates concerning title (4 March-12 April 1833); affidavits (30 March and 2 April 1833) concerning the estate; and letter concerning the purchase.

[no title]  BB2/232  19 April 1833

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) Ann Pritchard of Madley, widow.
(2) Thomas Hardwick of Hereford, gent.
(3) As in BB2/231 (1)-(3).
(4) As in BB2/231 (5).
(5) Frederick Walpole Keppel of Loxhain? Hall, co. Norfolk, Esq.
(6) Rev. William Arnold Walpole Keppel, rector of St. Devereux, clerk.
Consideration: 10s. from (5) to (1) and 10s. from (6) to (2).
As in BB2/228.

Hayfield etc  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/233  11-12 September 1778

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Robert Davies, late of Thruxton, now of St. Devereux, yeoman and Martha his wife.
(2) Clement Farr of Treville, yeoman.
Consideration: 5s.
Messuage and land in Hayfield, land in Windmill Field, Hocks Bridge, land in Brook Field, land adj. Winnals Common, the Hayfield, Stitch Furlong, Brookfield Croft, land adj. Arkstone estate, Wheatly Meadow, Wheatly Old Land, Thrashers Meadow, the Brookfield croft, the six acres, Porrins Plock, Pigstrow Close, land adj. Windmill Field, land adj. the house and a strip called the Penny Plock, and the Cockshoot; all in Thruxton, Kingston and Allensmore, formerly in possession of Thomas Evans, but now of (1).

[no title]  BB2/234  6 December 1783

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) Robert Davies of Thruxton, yeoman and Martha his wife.
(2) Thomas Preece of St. Owen, Hereford, innholder.
Consideration: £300.
With further mortgage for £400 (6 December 1785).

[no title]  BB2/235  3-4 March 1786

Contents:
Lease and Release (with appointment).
(1) As in BB2/234 (1).
(2) Richard Davis of Madley, gent. and John Pritchard of Abby Dore, gent.
Consideration: 10s.

[no title]  BB2/236  30 December 1787

Contents:
Lease agreement.
(1) As in BB2/235 (2), and Martha Davis of Thruxton, widow of Robert Davis, and their children James, Mary, Sarah and Richard.
(2) Clement Farr of Kenchester, gent.

[no title]  BB2/237  7-8 February 1791

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) As in BB2/235 (2), but John Pritchard now called John Parry.
(2) Martha Davis of Thruxton, widow.
(3) John Russell of Theobalds Park, co. Herts., Esq.; Richard Vaughan of Thruxton, clerk; Thomas Beavan of Allensmore, farmer and Benjamin Davies of Whitbourne, gent.
(4) John Pugh of Madley, farmer.
(5) Thomas Cam of Hereford, gent.
(6) Thomas Preece, late of St. Owen, Hereford, but now of Clehonger, innholder.
(7) Thomas Garnons of St. Devereux, Esq.
Consideration: £840 from (4) to (1).
Messuage and land in Hay Field, land in Windmill Field, Hay Field Croft, Stitch Furlong, Wheatly Old Land, Wheatly Meadow, Thrashers Leasow, the six acres, land adj. Windmill Field, Penny Plock, Ross Plock, Hereford Plock, Old Ben's Orchard, and adj. land [Acreages given].
With mortgage (£500) from (4) to John Badham of Boreshill, St. Devereux, gent. (9 February 1791).

[no title]  BB2/238  29-30 December 1793

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) John Pugh, late of Madley, farmer.
(2) [Rev.] Thomas Vaughan of Thruxton, [clerk].
Consideration: £500.

[no title]  BB2/239  5 November 1800

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) Benjamin Badham of Preston Wynn, gent and John Badham of Welch Newton, gent. (admins. of John Badham, late of Boreshill, St. Devereux, gent.).
(2) As in BB2/238 (2).
(3) James Badham of Welch Newton, gent.
Consideration: £500.

[no title]  BB2/240  5 October 1804

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) Thomas Badham of St. Devereux, yeoman and Benjamin Badham of Preston Wynne, yeoman (admins. of James Badham, late of St. Devereux, yeoman).
(2) As in BB2/238 (2).
(3) Robert Williams of Monmouth, gent.
Consideration: £500.

[no title]  BB2/241  21-22 June 1810

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) As in BB2/238 (2), but now of Stoke Prior.
(2) As in BB2/240 (3).
(3) Rev. Henry Wetherell of Thruxton, clerk.
(4) Rev. Richard Wetherell of Westbury on Severn, co. Gloucs., clerk.
Consideration: £554 7s. from (3) to (2); £2095 13s. from (3) to (1).

[no title]  BB2/242  17-18 April 1823

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) As in BB2/241 (3).
(2) Edward Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
Consideration: £1000.
Hay Fields, Windmill Field, Lower Orchard, and Shop Meadow (formerly Ross Plock, Hereford Plock, Old Ben's Orchard and adj. meadow, and a meadow adj. Windmill Field), Stich Furlong, and Wheatley Lands (formerly Wheatley Meadow and Wheatley Old Land), all in tenure of William Chapman [Boundaries /Acreages given].
Also with endorsed plan and affidavit (19 April 1823).

[no title]  BB2/243  1-2 May 1823

Contents:
Lease and Release/Deed of Exchange (with counterpart).
(1) Edward Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
(2) Benjamin Birch of Broadwas, co. Worcs., gent.
(3) Sarah Davies, late of Whitbourne, now of Thruxstone, dau. of Benjamin Davies.
(4) John Samuel Gowland of Cagebrook, Esq. and Amelia Ann his wife.
Recites BB2/230 and deeds 1706-1823.
Hay Fields, Windmill Field, Lower Orchard, Shop Meadow, Stich Furlong, Wheatley Lands in tenure of (3) in exchange for house and land called Fern Field in tenancy of William Fisher and also land in Treville [Boundaries/Acreages given, plans included].

[no title]  BB2/244  1-2 February 1828

Contents:
Lease and release/Deed of Exchange (with counterpart).
(1) As in BB2/233 (1).
(2) As in BB2/233 (2).
(3) As in BB2/233 (3).
Recites will of Benjamin Davies (26 June 1789); Lease and Release (24-25 August 1803).
Cottage and land in stitch furlong, occupied by Sarah Davies in exchange for land (2½a.). Small plan in margin.

Horsepool etc  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/245  1-2 August 1727

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Henry Rogers of Thruxton, yeoman and Elizabeth his wife.
(2) James Davies of Webton, [Madley], yeoman and Margaret his wife.
Consideration: £105.
Horsepool House and adj. orchard, land in Grove Field, four pieces of land in Brookfield, three pieces of land in the Hayfield, and three pieces of land in Windmill Field. Also 1a. in Brookfield, Kingston. All occupied by (1). [Boundaries given]. With Final Concord (£260) [Latin].

[no title]  BB2/246  19-20 March 1735/36

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) James Davies of Webton, yeoman; George Davies of Byford, yeoman (his son) and Sarah his wife.
(2) Thomas Williams of Poston, Turnaston, clerk and John Davies of Blackmoor, Dore, yeoman.
Consideration: marriage between George Davies and Sarah his wife; and £200.
Attached: note, Also with letter (n.d.) from George Davies to unknown, stating he is the son of James Davies, by Margaret his former wife.

[no title]  BB2/247  20-21 May 1781

Contents:
Lease and Release/Settlement.
(1) James Davies of Eaton Bishop, farmer (eldest son of James Davies, late of Webton, gent., by Margaret his first wife) and Mary his wife.
(2) George Davies of Byford, farmer and Judith his wife; and James Davies of Monkland, farmer (his son by Sarah his first wife, nee Williams, spinster).
(3) Thomas Fewtrell of Tiberton, gent. and John Llyod of the same place, gent.
(4) Benjamin Broad of Tiberton, yeoman and Ann his wife.
Consideration: £180 from (4) to (2).
With Final Concord (two copies) [11 June 1781] (£60); and copy will (27 April 1758) of James Davies of Webton, yeoman.

[no title]  BB2/248  1-2 February 1826

Contents:
Lease and release.
(1) Benjamin Broad, formerly of Tibberton, but now of Thruxstone, yeoman.
(2) Edmund Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
Consideration: £70.
Parcel of land or orcharding [Boundaries given].
Enclosed: account of Mr. B.Broad with Bodeham and Co. (1813-1818); receipt for work on the conveyance and deeds; and a note.

[no title]  BB2/249  31 December 1839

Contents:
Family settlement.
(1) John Broad the elder of The Castle, Madley, farmer and Mary his wife.
(2) John Broad the younger of the same place, farmer, their eldest son.
(3) Thomas Broad of the same place, their other son, and Mary his wife.
(4) Catherine Broad of the same place, their dau.
Recites Mortgage (7 June 1839).
(1) Wants to retire, and has also been caring for his lunatic elder brother Robert Broad, who has the free hold of The Horse Pool.
The Castle Farm, and The Horse Pool and its rents (after the death of Robert) to (2), who is to care for Robert during his lifetime.
Also Paddock Way Farm, Madley to (3).
Other covenants specified.
With copy will (21 February 1825) of Benjamin Broad of Thruxton, gent.; and receipts (1790-1818).

[no title]  BB2/250  7 December 1842

Contents:
Articles of Agreement.
(1) John Broad the elder of Paraquay, Madley, farmer; and John Broad the younger of The Castle, Madley, Thomas Broad of Paraquay, farmer, and Catherine Broad of The Castle, spinster (his children).
(2) Edward Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
Consideration: £600.
The Horse Pool and land, occupied by John Cross, and in possession of Robert Broad [Boundaries given].

[no title]  BB2/251  11 September 1847

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) John broad of Madley, farmer.
(2) Mary, wife of (1).
(3) John Broad the younger of Madley, farmer.
(4) John Smith of Madley, farmer and Catherine his wife (nee Broad).
(5) Rev. Archer Clive of Whitfield, clerk.
Consideration: £600 from (5) to (1)-(4).
Horsepool House, now occupied by James Sparkes [Plan included].
Enclosed: certificate of commissioners for taking the acknowledgements of deeds by married women. Also with Abstract of Title of (1)-(3) [1781-1839]; and Broad family papers as follows:
Pedigree, copy marriage certificate (7 April 1777) of Benjamin Broad of Tibberton and Anne Lloyd of the same place, copy baptism certificate (21 June 1777) and burial certificate (27 June 1777) of Robert Broad, copy baptisms of John (20 March 1779), Benjamin (4 April 1782) and Catherine (18 July 1784), and declaration by Robert Davies of Madley, shopkeeper (20 October 1848) concerning the family.

Thrashers Leasow and messuage  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/252  14 May 1751

Contents:
Feoffment to uses.
(1) Edward Bowyer of Sherrington, Pembridge, gent. and Catherine his wife (sister of Thomas Bradford, late of Ludlow, co. Salop., gent., who was only son and heir of Thomas Bradford of Thruxton. She is also widow of Peter Hassell, late of Worcester, pewterer); and Henry Fox of Sherrington, gent. (eldest son of Henry Fox, late of Shrewsbury, co. Salop., gent., by Anne his wife, also sister of Thomas Bradford).
(2) John Cook of Thruxton, yeoman and Mary his wife.
(3) Benjamin Jones of thruxton, yeoman.
(4) Tichicus Whiting of Cradley, clerk and Arnold Russell of Hereford, gent.
(5) George Cook and Martha Cook, son and dau. of (2).
recites Articles of Agreement (13 October 1738).
Consideration: £350.
Messuage inhabited by John Cook and John Davies, and Thrashers Leasow.
Enclosed: Extract (6 July 1810) from Final Concord (Trinity Term, 24 George II [1751]).

[no title]  BB2/253  9 January 1752

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/252 (2).
(2) As in BB2/252 (4).
(3) Anne whiting of Thruxton, spinster.
Consideration: £150.

[no title]  BB2/254  11 November 1759

Contents:
Release.
(1) As in BB2/252 (2).
(2) As in BB2/253 (3), but now of Winnall, Allensmore, spinster.
Consideration: £265.

[no title]  BB2/255  24 September 1774

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/254 (2).
(2) John Cooke of Thruxton, yeoman.
(3) Benjamin Davies of London, [wine] merchant.
Consideration: £276.

[no title]  BB2/256  17 October 1774

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine.
(1) Robert Davies of Thruxton, husbandman and Martha his wife (sister of George Cook, and dau. of John Cook of Thruxton, yeoman, by Mary his wife).
(2) John Dowding of Alfrick, Suckley, co. Worcs., gent.
(3) As in BB2/255 (3).
Consideration: £124 from (3) to (1).
Enclosed: Extract (6 July 1810) from the fine (Michealmas Term [1774]).

[no title]  BB2/257  12 September 1778

Contents:
Assignment of Lease.
(1) As in BB2/255 (3).
(2) As in BB2/256 (1), but now of St. Devereux.
(3) Thomas Cam of Hereford, gent.
Consideration: £400 from (2) to (1).
Enclosed: Final Concords. [3 November] 19 George III [1778].
(1) Clement Farr, plt.
(2) As in (2) above, deforcs.
Consideration: £200.
Three messuages and land in Thruxton, Kingstone and Allensmore.

Thruxton Manor  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/258  4-5 February 1745/46

Contents:
Lease and Release (with assignment).
(1) Mary Merrick of Kilpeck, widow (dau. of John Pye of Kilpeck, gent.); John Merrick of the same place, sergeant in Sir Robert Rich's regiment of dragoons; Aristarchus Merrick of Kings Caple, yeoman and Mary his wife; Elizabeth Wathen of kilpeck, widow; John Barrar of the same place, joyner and Artimona his wife (grandchildren of John Pye by Mary Merrick, his dau. John Merrick is also bro. of Artimidorus Merrick, decd., the other grandchild of John Pye); Arnold Russell of Hereford, gent.; John Russell of Didley, gent. and Elizabeth his wife; Richard Russell of Dorston, gent. and Elizabeth his wife; Jemima Jones and Arnemaria Jennings of Hereford, widow (grandchildren of John Pye by his dau. Jemima. Mary Merrick and Arnold Russell [exor.] are also heirs of John Pye of Thruxton, gent., decd., son of John Pye of Kilpeck).
(2) Richard Smyth of Putteson, Hereford.
Consideration: £2207 18s.
Thruxton otherwise Thruckleston otherwise Druxton manor and lordship, the Court House, late in possession of John Pye [jnr.], messuages occupied by Thomas Weaver, Roger Symonds and Thomas Harper, land in possession of James Williams, Also decayed messuages called Shippen Croft and Thorn Glat, and the Long Meadow in possession of Richard Philipotts in Treville. Orles Fields, messuage called the Stocks in possession of John Russell and messuage called Didley in possession of William Jones, the meadows at Didley Bridge in possession of James Matthews, Kines Leasow, Long Meadow Hill in possession of Simon Morgan, Stocks Meadow, Walditch Meadow in possession of Jonathan Williams, Withy Grove, and land in Didleys Field in possession of Thomas Howells, all in Didley, St. Devereux. Also messuage called Sunny Bank occupied by Nicholas Williams, messuage occupied by Thomas Brydges at Crassley, and land called the Horscroft and the Buells in possession of James Matthews, all at St. Devereux. [Acreages given].
With Final Concords [1745] (£600); copy extract from will (24 August 1689) of William Pye of Thruxton; and copy will (24 May 1729) of John Pye of Kilpeck, gent.

[no title]  BB2/259  13 and 15 June 1801

Contents:
Copy Lease and Release/Marriage settlement.
(1) John Russell of Aldbury House, Cheshunt, co. Herts., Esq.
(2) Thomas Artemidorus Russell of the same place, Esq, his son.
(3) Oliver Cromwell of Cheshunt Park, Esq. and Mary his wife.
(4) Elizabeth Oliveria Cromwell of the same place, spinster, only child of (3).
(5) William Hood of the Inner Temple, London, Esq.; John March of Clapham, co. Surry, Esq.; John Earley Cook of Cheshunt, Esq.; and John Wainwright of Grays Inn, co. Middx., Esq.
Recites intended marriage of (2) and (4); Feoffment to uses (6 August 1771).
Consideration: £2818 15s. 8d. to (5).
Messuage with outhouses and garden and adj. land, adj. woodground, land in front of messuage in occupation of Thomas Williams, and land intermixed (in occupation of Sarah Mansfield) all in occupation of (1) and in Cheshunt Park. Also messuages occupied by Thomas Williams and Sarah Mansfield in Cheshunt Park. Also land at Flamstead, land called Bushey Leys and other land in Cheshunt occupied by Sarah Mansfield; land called Housemoores in occupation of [.....] Johnson; the Grimes and the Hernery in occupation of James Warner; land in Swanfield occupied by James Dyson; land in Short Mead occupied by John Robinson; land in Wormley Mead occupied by Henry Elliott, all in Cheshunt.
Also islands and marsh lands in the River Lee, co. Herts. and Essex, called the hunters Islands, and the Fisheries in occuption of Edward Rust; 10a. formerly part of Cheshunt Common and allotted to Oliver Cromwell by the Enclosure Commissioners; 13a. taken in exchange by Oliver Cromwell from John Earley Cook for land allotted by the Commissioners in Withy Holm near Wormley Mead.
Also manor of Theobalds alias Tonys, Cleyes, Clarkes, Darceys, Crossbrookes and Cullens; farm occupied by John Squire in pas. Cheshunt and Worneley and partly in Cheshunt Park; 101a. in Cheshunt Park occupied by Sir Abraham Hume, Bt.; land in half hide field, Windmill field and Lovedown field abutting on Cheshunt Park occupied by Sarah Mansfield and [.....]. Land in Wormeley Mead, Swanfield, Short Mead, South Mead, The Frivey and Turnford Marsh, and land on the east and west sides of Crossbrooke, otherwise Carbuncle Street, in occupations of Thomas Sanders, Thomas Welch, James Dryson, Joseph Jones, Thomas Nealby, Thomas Crouch, William Chaplin, William Wiggs, [.....] Wiggs jnr., John Wakefield and [.....] Nicholls. Further land on the east side of Crossbrooke Street and messuage called the Courtyard with stables and other messuages occupied by Christopher Sturman, Thomas Gocher, John Salmon and Samuel Read. Also messuage and land to the north in occupation of Richard Dudley, and 20a. formerly part of Cheshunt Common. 29a. taken in exchange by Elizabeth Morland and Oliver Cromwell from John Landon Esq. for land at Churchgate.
Also manor of Thruxton's Court otherwise Druxton Court; three cottages occupied by William Merrick and land in Thruxton, Kingstone and Allensmore late the estate of Arnold Russell of Hereford, Esq. Also land at the Well head with a limestone quarry and lime kiln lately purchased by (1) from George Davis; farm lately of Thomas Brewster of Hereford, Esq. and purchased by (1). Also land recently inclosed and exchanged formerly part of Windmill field, Hay field, Brookfield, Thruxton Common Meadow and Stick furlong common field in Thruxton, Kingstone and Allensmore and occupied by William Merrick.
Also barns, sheds and sheepcotts known as Shippon croft with limestone quarry and kiln called Thornglat lands; Orleys fields in Treville township, late estate of Arnold Russell and occupied by William Merrick. Also Heath, Asshels Stream, the Great and Little Cock Shoot and Hayfield Grove woods in Thruxton and Orles field in Trevill, occupied by John Russell.
Also land in Barney Field, Wall Field and Wallfield Croft, occupied by William Berrow of Colwall, and in Allensmore and Kingstone. Also the Horse Croft and Hop Ground with cottage occupied by John Powell; Wall Ditch Meadow occupied by William Pugh; farm at Didley late of William Hoskyns of Didley and land in Upper Common Field and Quarel Common Field, now occupied by Francis Price and John Price; five pieces of land in the common fields and four closes of meadow late of Richard Collet of Worcester, Esq., purchased by John Rusell and occupied by Francis Price and John Price; and Stocks Farm, all in St. Devereux.
Also White Woods or the West Woods in Trevill township occupied by Francis Price and John Price. Also Boars Land woods and Ravensiege Woods, lately of William Hoskyns and now of John Russell. Also further land in Cheshunt [Boundaries/Acreages given].

[no title]  BB2/260  28-29 September 1824

Contents:
Lease and Release (with bond).
(1) William Hood of the Inner Temple, London, Esq.
(2) Thomas Artemidorus Russell of Cheshunt Park, co. Herts., Esq. and Elizabeth Oliveria his wife.
(3) Edward Bolton Clive of Whitfield Lodge, Esq.
Recites BB2/249, deed (8 October 1804), will of John Russell (25 May 1812).
Consideration: £17600 from (3) to (1).
Herefordshire land as in BB2/249. Also land formerly occupied by William Merrick now occupied by his widow; land formerly occupied by John Russell and now occupied by (2); land occupied by John Powell, but now occupied by the overseers of St. Devereux; land occupied by John and Francis Price and now by (2) and also land in Lower Common Field and Wilcox Common Field in St. Devereux.
Also Thruckstone Farm manor and Didley Farm [Field names/Acreages given].
Also land in Didley Field.

[no title]  BB2/261  30 September 1840

Contents:
Lease and Release/Mortgage.
(1) Edward Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
(2) John Lewis Bythesea of Bagendon, co. Gloucs., clerk.
Consideration: £5000.
Thruxton manor and Didley Farm [Plan /Schedule included].

[no title]  BB2/262  30 January 1849

Contents:
Reconveyance.
(1) John Lewis Mortimer of Cheltenham, Esq.
(2) Rev. Archer Clive of Whitfield, clerk.
Recites BB2/251, will of John Lewis Bythesea (13 July 1843) and codicil (6 May (1844), and will of Edward Bolton Clive (24 April 1845).
Consideration: £5000.
With copy will of Edward Bolton Clive.

[no title]  BB2/263  19 February 1879

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) Charles Meysey Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
(2) Rt. Hon. Edward James, Earl of Powis; and Stanley Leighton of Sweeney Hall, Oswestry, co. Salop., M.P.
Consideration: £20000.
Thruxton Court otherwise Druxton Court manor and estate, Didley estate, Didley Court Estate and land called Crisi in Kingstone [Schedule included].
Endorsed: Assignment of mortgage (28 January 1892) and Reconveyance (8 November 1897) to Percy Archer Clive of Whitfield, Lieut. in Grenadier Guards.
Recites will of Charles Meysey Bolton Clive (May 1883).
Also with abstract of title of (1) [1824-1849]; and letter (4 November 1897) concerning the mortgage.

Windmill Field etc  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/264  15 April 1706

Contents:
Feoffment.
(1) John Pye of Thruxton, gent.; and John Pye jnr. (his son).
(2) William Cook of Thruxton, carpenter.
Consideration: £24.
Land in Windmill Field and the Hay Field. Also Willaston Field, Allensmore [Boundaries/Acreages given].

[no title]  BB2/265  13 and 19 October 1738

Contents:
Lease and Release/Articles of Agreement.
(1) John Cooke of Thruxton, yeoman, son of BB2/264 (2); Benjamin Davis of Thruxton, yeoman and Hannah his wife (nee Cooke, sister of John Cooke); and Ralph Brown of Ledbury, hatter and Anne his wife (another sister of John Cooke).
(2) Mary Badger of Suckley, co. Worcs., spinster.
(3) Zacharius Whiting of Thruxton, clerke; and John Thornloe of Worcester, gent.
Recites Feoffment (21 June 1698).
Consideration: marriage between John Cooke and Mary Badger.
Messuage formerly occupied by Richard Thomas, land called White Lease or White Leasow in Thruxton and Kingstone and other land purchased by Hannah, mother of John Cooke; land in Lower Willoston field, Hungarston, Allensmoore; land in Upper Willoston field, land in Lower Wall croft, land in Bernards field, Allensmore and also land as in BB2/264.

[no title]  BB2/266  8-9 January 1739/40

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) John Williams of Thruxton, taylor.
(2) John Russell of Much Dewchurch, gent.
Consideration: £45.
Messuage and adj. land, land in Windmill Field, Hay Field and Brook Field, occupied by (1). Also land in Kingston; land called the Pikes, the Peak, land in Lower Willaston, and other land in Allensmore [Boundaries given].

[no title]  BB2/267  1-2 December 1743

Contents:
Lease and Release (with assignment).
(1) As in BB2/266 (2), but now of St. Devereux.
(2) As in BB2/266 (1).
(3) Henry Fenton of St. Nicholas, Hereford, shoemaker.
Consideration: £100.
As above.

[no title]  BB2/268  5-6 April 1748

Contents:
Lease and Release (with Assignment of Mortgage).
(1) Elizabeth Fenton of St. Nicholas, Hereford, widow of BB2/267 (3); and George Fenton of St. John Baptist, Hereford, butcher, his nephew.
(2) As in BB2/266 (1).
(3) Joseph Brown of Upton Bishop, yeoman.
Consideration: £111 12s.

[no title]  BB2/269  1-2 June 1758

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) Anne Brown of Upton Bishop, widow of BB2/268 (3), and Joseph Brown of Upton Bishop, their eldest son.
(2) As in BB2/266 (1).
(3) Arnold Russell of Hereford, gent.
Consideration: £205 13s.

[no title]  BB2/270  8-9 December 1762

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) James Davies of Webton, Madley, gent. and Sarah his wife.
(2) Arnold Russell of Hereford, gent.
Consideration: £350.
Messuage formerly inhabited by Thomas James, Walter Davies and John Morgan, and now inhabited by Benjamin Davies, son of (1); and land in Thruxton and Allensmore purchased by (1) from William Marsh, late of Kingston, yeoman and Anne his wife.
With Lease and Release (2-3 February 1765/66) from Thomas Harris of Leominster, gent. to (2) [£11] of 1a. and land with fruit trees (¼a.) in possession of John Cook, taylor [Boundaries given].

[no title]  BB2/271  2 February 1779

Contents:
Deed of Exchange (two copies).
(1) Thomas Brewster of Hereford, gent.
(2) John Pugh of Allensmore, yeoman.
(3) John Russell of Hereford, gent.
Recites mortgage (3 June 1778).
Land called the Half Acre near Sidefield, arable land in Thruxton Brookfield, Watercourse Acre, and land near Wigmore field all in tenure of (2) in exchange for lands in Lower Willaston Field and land in Hungerstone, Allensmore in tenure of Aristarchus Merrick [Boundaries/Acreages given].

TREVILLE  [no ref. or date]

Three Horse Shoes  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/272  20 March 1649-50

Contents:
Assignment of Lease.
(1) Richard Elye of Redbrooke, co. Gloucs., gent., son and exor. of Athanasius? Elye, gent.
(2) James Elye of London, grocer and Mary his wife.
(3) John Walsh of F/S?isters Moore?, gent. and Jonathan Symonds of Hereford, gent.
Recites lease (4 October 8 James I [1610]).
Messuages and lands.
With Quitclaim (20 January 1649/50) from Walter Elye of London, grocer to (2), his bro.; and bond (10 April 1650).

[no title]  BB2/273  18 December 1657

Contents:
Lease.
(1) James Ely of Hereford, gent.
(2) Devereaux Quarrell of Allensmore, yeoman.
Rent: £23.
Land.

[no title]  BB2/274  16-17 September 1687

Contents:
Lease and Release.
(1) George Wellington of St. Martins in the Fields, co. Middx., haberdasher and Elinor his wife [dau. of BB2/273 (1)].
(2) Michael Price of Cobwall, gent.
Consideration: £540.
Messuage and land (as above) in possession of John Thomas in Trevill, Allensmore, St. Devereux and Thruxton [Boundaries given].
Attached: bond (£1000) and final concords.

[no title]  BB2/275  13 May 1793

Contents:
Mortgage (with bond).
(1) John Jones of Ross, timber merchant.
(2) William Symonds of Hereford, Esq. and Theophilus Lane of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, gent.
Recites deed (25 March 1793).
Consideration: £400.
Whitewall otherwise Whitewall Grainge farm in St. Margaretts, Michael Church Escley and Vowchurch. Also messuage and land as above (occupied by Thomas Gunter).

[no title]  BB2/276  13 September 1794

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/275 (2).
(2) Ann Griffith of Hereford, widow of Leighton Delamore Griffith formerly of Carthage [Foy], and late of Hereford, Esq.
(3) As in BB2/275 (1).
(4) William Elliott of Fawley, gent.
Recites Lease and Release (24-25 March 1793).
Consideration: 5s. to (1) from (4) and £400 to (2) from (4).
As above.

[no title]  BB2/277  27 September 1794

Contents:
Copy marriage settlement (3 August 1734).
(1) John Ravenhill of the Hasle, Woolhope, gent.
(2) Elizabeth Mynors of Wellington, spinster.
(3) Thomas Carpenter of Tillington, gent. and Richard Skinner the younger of the Knapp, Pixley, gent.
Consideration: marriage between (1) and (2).
Hasle manor and messuage and lands, Hasle wood or Hasle park, Kitchin meadow and Woolastons in Woolhope. Also messuage in possession of James Walker and the Upper and Lower Moors in possession of William Powell in Taddington otherwise Tarrington. Also The Upper and Lower Leys, Munsley; messuage called The Hide and land in possession of William Ravenhill, messuage called Stevens and land in possession of Edward Ravenhill; barn and land near Pusnetts Field, land in Billardine, Priors Piece, land adj. the Cole Land, land in North Croft in possession of Richard Smith in Putley. Also farm and land in possession of Elizabeth Mynors in Wellington; Whitewall otherwise Whitewall Grainge farm and land in St. Margaretts, Michaellchurch Eskley and Vowchurch, in possession of John Powell. Also messuage and land in Treville otherwise Triville occupied by Jennett Davies; and messuage and land in Yarkhill occupied by Robert Leeth, gent. [Boundaries/Acreages given].
With copy will (30 May 1782) of John Ravenhill of the Hazle, Woolhope, gent.

[no title]  BB2/278  26 September 1794

Contents:
Copy Deed to lead the uses of a fine (5 November 1790).
(1) John Jones of Ross, timber merchant and Mary and wife.
(2) James Lane the younger of Ross, gent.
Hazle messuage and farm in Putley, Woolhope otherwise Hope Woolith, Ayleton, Munsley, Pixley, and Tarrington otherwise Taddington; messuage called Boulter's and Elliott's otherwise the Whitehouse or Lower House and land at The Hazle, Tarrington, Woolhope and Munsley occupied by Henry Pritchard; Hattesford alias Hattsford Farm, Woolhope and Much Marcle occupied by John Poole; the Hide Farm in Woolhope, Much Marcle and Ayleton in tenure of Thomas Powell and Peter Powell; Three Horse Shoes Farm in Treville, Saint Margaretts and Allensmore occupied by John Gunter; Poundfield and Stephens Farm in tenure of John Gammon, Coldmoore Farm occupied by Anthony Parsons, Woodcroft cottage occupied by John Matthews and Birches Farm occupied by Richard Rock, all in Woolhope.
Also newly erected messuage occupied by John Jones and the New Inn in tenure of George Bird, both at the Brookend; and land and premises occupied by George Bird at Badds otherwise Badge Lane, all in Ross.
With copy Final Concords ([3 November 1790] and [February 1791]).

[no title]  BB2/279  1-2 September 1799

Contents:
Lease and Release (with assignment).
(1) As in BB2/266 (4).
(2) James Lane of Hereford, gent.
(3) As in BB2/265 (1).
(4) William Watkins of Welch Newton, husbandman.
(5) John Taylor Bourne of Monmouth, gent.
Consideration: £400 from (4) to (1), £700 from (4) to (3).
Three Horse Shoes Farm [Field names/Boundaries/Acreages given].

[no title]  BB2/280  9-10 September 1817

Contents:
Lease and Release (with assignment of mortgage).
(1) As in BB2/269, but now of Dunswater, Kingstone (4).
(2) William Burrows of Monmouth, officer of excise.
Consideration: £400.
With probate (10 April 1826) of William Watkins, farmer; and copy probate (9 August 1837) of William Burrows of St. Lawrence, Ludlow, co. Salop.

[no title]  BB2/281  2 February 1857

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) Thomas Theophilus Mayos of Trewaugh, Llangarren, gent.
(2) Mary Ann Powell of Jewry Cottage, Abbeydore, widow; John Watkins of Dunswater, Kingstone, farmer; James Lewis of New Mills, Eaton Bishop, miller and Harriet his wife; Richard Watkins of Dunswater, farmer; Charles Watkins of Hereford, grocer; James Harper of Quarrels Green, Abbeydore, farmer and Elizabeth his wife; Thomas Watkins of the Old Shop, Orcop, farmer and Sarah his wife; and Benjamin Bennett of the White House, Kingstone, gent. and Ann his wife.
(3) William Watkins of Winnall, Allensmore, farmer.
(4) Elijah Henry Dean of Thruxton Court, farmer.
(5) Jonathan Elliott Gough of Hereford, gent.
Consideration: £2168 3s. 4d. from (4) to (2).
Endorsed: plan and schedule.
Enclosed: certificates (3, 4 and 7 February 1857) from commissioners for taking acknowledgements of deeds by married women; and tithe redemption certificate (29 March 1858).

[no title]  BB2/282  15 May 1867

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/271 (4), but now of Winnall Hall, Allensmore, farmer.
(2) Mary Built of Hereford, widow.
Consideration: £1000.

[no title]  BB2/283  6 May 1879

very fragile.

Contents:
Conveyance.
(1) As in BB2/272 (2).
(2) As in BB2/272 (1).
(3) Charles Meysey Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
Consideration: £2400.
[Coloured plan /Schedule included].
With Abstract of Title of (1) and (2) [1817-1879]. Plan included

Treville Manor/Whitfield Estate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/284  2 June 1777

Contents:
Bargain and Sale.
(1) Peter Taylor of Purbeck Park, co. Southampton, Esq.
(2) Anthony Fleck, late of Twickenham, co. Middx., Esq., but now of Theobalds, co. Herts., serjeant at law.
(3) James Charlton Booth of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., Esq. and Mary his wife.
(4) Edwyn Francis Stanhope of Stanwell, co. Middx., Esq. and Rt. Hon. Lady Catherine Stanhope his wife.
(5) Sir Hungerford Hoskyns of Harewood, Bt. and John Brewster of Burton Court, Esq.
Recites Articles of Agreement 8 May 1776).
Consideration; £20932 10s. from (4) to (3).

Treville manor and rectory.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/285  3 June 1777

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) Joshua Sharpe of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., Esq.
(2) Edward Wilson of Cliffords Inn, London, gent.
(3) James Charles Booth of Lincolns Inn, Esq.
(4) As in BB2/274 (1).
(5) As in BB2/274 (2).
(6) As in BB2/274 (4).
(7) As in BB2/274 (5).
(8) Most Noble James, Duke of Chandos.
(9) Thomas Cam of Hereford, surgeon.
Recites deeds (6 February 1723, 17 October 1724 and 8 February 1777) and BB2/274.
Consideration: 5s.
As above.

[no title]  BB2/286  3 June 1777

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/275 (1).
(2) As in BB2/275 (3).
(3) As in BB2/274 (4).
(4) As in BB2/275 (8).
(5) As in BB2/274 (5).
Recites lease (28 October 14 Elizabeth I [1572]).
Consideration: 10s.
Messuage and land called Hasil Field commonly called the Butchers Leasow, pasture called Gewes, Orles Field, the Riddle (a parcel of Treville Park).

[no title]  BB2/287  August 1796

Contents:
Abstract particulars of Whitfield Lodge estate, with schedule.

[no title]  BB2/288  2 May 1798

Contents:
Conveyance and Mortgage (with copy).
(1) Sir Hungerford Hoskyns of Harwood, Bt. and John Brewster of Burton Court, Esq.
(2) Edwyn Francis Stanhope of Stanwell, co. Middx., Esq. and Rt. Hon. Lady Catherine Stanhope his wife.
(3) Thomas Graham of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., Esq.
(4) Edward Bolton Clive of Wormbridge, Esq.
(5) Thomas Ryder of Lincolns Inn, Esq.
(6) Frederick Keppell of St. James, Westminster, Esq.
Recites BB2/274.
Consideration: £4500 from (4) to (1).
Endorsed: Assignment of Mortgage. (10 May 1810).
(1) Thomas Graham.
(2) Arthur Stanhope of Tilney Street, Mayfair, co. Middx., Esq. and the said Thomas Graham, exors. of Lady Catherine Stanhope.
(3) As in (4) above.
(4) Rt. Hon. Edward, Earl of Powis.
Recites deaths of Sir Hungerford Hoskyns and Lady Catherine Stanhope.
Consideration: £11457 2s. 6d. from (4) to (2).
Copy includes further endorsment:
Surrender of mortgage (23 January 1882) between Rt. Hon. William Pitt, Earl Amherst and Charles Meysey Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
Recites death of Earl of Powis.
Consideration: £11457 2s. 6d.

[no title]  BB2/289  2 May 1798

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) Most Noble Anna Eliza, Duchess of Chandos, widow and exor. of Most Noble James Duke of Chandos.
(2) As in BB2/285 (9).
(3) As in BB2/284 (5) and BB2/288 (3).
(4) As in BB2/288 (4).
(5) As in BB2/288 (4).
(6) James Graham of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., Esq.
(7) William Graham of the same place, gent.
Recites deeds (5 April 1709, 17 October 1724 and 30 July 1725), and Lease and Releases (25-26 April 1723 and 1-2 May 1798).
Consideration: as in last Lease and Release and 10s. from (6) to (1) and 10s. from (7) to (2).

Treville manor.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/290  29-30 June 1798

Contents:
Lease and Release/Mortgage.
(1) Edward Bolton Clive to Wormbridge, Esq.
(2) Frederick Keppell of Pall Mall, co. Middx., Esq.
(3) Sidney Clive of St. George, Hanover Square, co. Middx., widow.
Recites Lease and Release (1-2 May 1798) and bond (30 June 1798).
Consideration; £5851 14s. 4d.
Treville manor and rectory; Whitfield Lodge and messuages and Bridge Farm, occupied by Richard Tomkins [Acreages given]. Messuages and land occupied by Lady Catherine Stanhope, Thomas Bayntam, William Pugh, John Powell, William Price, Benjamin Prosser, Elizabeth Williams, James Davis, Lodwick Watkins, Thomas Gunter and Richard Tomkins.
Endorsed: Lease and Release with assignment (23 September 1813) between (3) as above and Henry Clive of Harwood Lodge, co. Hands, Esq., youngest son of (3).
Further endorsed: Lease and Release (10-11 February 1826) between Henry Clive and (1) as above.

[no title]  BB2/291  23 July 1798

Contents:
Declaration of trust.
(1) As in BB2/290 (1).
(2) As in BB2/288 (2).
(3) Sir Hungerford Hoskyns of Harewood, Bt. and as in BB2/278 (3), (5) and (6).
Recites Lease and Release (1-2 May 1798).
£6000 to (3) as trustees concerning the purchase of Treville manor, Whitfield Lodge and Bridge Farm by (1) from (2).
Endorsed: further declaration concerning payment (10 May 1810).

[no title]  BB2/292  28 May 1800

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) Sir Richard Gamon of George Street, Hanover Square, co. Middx., Bt.; and James Henry Leigh of Addlesthorpe, co. Gloucs., Esq. (the committees of the estate of Most Noble Anne Eliza, Duchess of Chandos, a lunatic; widow and exor. of Most Noble James Duke of Chandos).
(2)-(7) As in BB2/279 (2)-(7).
Assignment to (6).
Endorsed: further assignment (10 May 1810).
(1) As in (6) above, but now Sir James Graham, Bt.
(2) As in (7) above.
(3) Arthur Stanhope of Tilney Street, Mayfair, co. Middx., Esq., and Thomas Graham, exors. of Lady Catherine Stanhope.
(4) Thomas Graham.
(5) As in (5) above.
(6) Rt. Hon. Edward Earl of Powis.
(7) Henry Clive of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., Esq.

[no title]  BB2/293  25 January 1882

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) Charles Meysey Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Treville township, Esq.
(2) Samuel Stephens Marling of Stanley Park near Stroud, co. Gloucs., Esq.; Henry Playne of The Downs near Minchinhampton, co. Gloucs., Esq.; William Henry Smith of The Close near Minchinhampton, Esq.; William Henry Marling of Stanley House near Stonehouse, co. Gloucs., Esq. and Charles Edward Sheppard of Gloucester, gent.
Consideration: £20000.
Attached: Assignment of Mortgage (6 November 1884) from Henry Playne; William Henry Smith, now of The Chestnuts near Minchinhampton and Sir William Henry Marling, Bt. to William Playne Marling of Magdalene College, Cambridge, Esq.
Includes schedule [Field names/Acreages given, plan included].
Endorsed: note (26 June 1888) that William Playne Marling, now of 59 Jermyn Street, London, Esq., has received £15000 from Col. The Hon. George Herbert Windsor Windsor Clive, exor. of (1) as part discharge of mortgage.
With abstract of title (1881) [1798-1878]; letter concerning mortgage (23 January 1882); valuation of the estate (31 December 1881) by J.C. Jackman, surveyor, Gloucester; plan of the estate (scale: 6 chains-1") and schedule; insurance policy payment receipt; declaration by Edward Clive (11 January 1882), exor. of George Clive Esq., that a legacy of £20000 bequeathed to him by Edward Bolton Clive has been paid; copy burial certificate (12 December 1864) of Harriet Maria Wetherell of Cheltenham; declaration by Thomas Oldaker (19 January 1882), a former agent and receiver of the estate; and observations on the title of the estate (January 1882).

[no title]  BB2/294  29 August 1890

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) William Playne Marling Esq., formerly of 59 Jermyn Street but now travelling abroad.
(2) Walter Bentley Marling Esq., of Clanna near Lydney, co. Gloucs., and Sir William Henry Marling, Bt. of Stanley Park near Stroud, co. Gloucs.
Transfer of remaining £5000 of mortgage.

[no title]  BB2/295  1 October 1894

Contents:
Reconveyance.
(1) Sir William Henry Marling, Bt. and William Charles Lacy, now of 33 Mount Sion, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, Esq.
(2) Hon. George Herbert Windsor Windsor Clive of 12 Stratford Place, Oxford Street, London.
(3) Percy Archer Clive of Whitfield, Esq.
With authorisation (28 September 1894) from (1) concerning a mortgage instalment.

VOWCHURCH  [no ref. or date]

Poston Court  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/296  n.d.

Contents:
Abstract of title to the mortgages and charges on the outlying portions of Poston Court Estates. Recites deeds 1867.
With copy will (26 January 1794) of Sir Edward Broughton of Poston Court, Bt., now in South Molton Street; and abstract of power to appoint new trustees of settlement indenture (31 March 1857).

[no title]  BB2/297  11 December 1878

Contents:
Sale particulars of the outlying portions of Poston Court Estate (2 copies). Plan included.
With supplemental abstract (31 December 1878) of indentures (12 June 1877); abstract of the title to outlying portions of the estate (1802-1873); and copy court order concerning mortgages (22 May 1879) and inland revenue succession duty receipts (10 June 1879).

WORMBRIDGE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/298  23-24 April 1818

[very fragile - in three pieces, not to be produced until repaired].

Contents:
Lease and Release (with Deed to lead the uses of a recovery).
(1) Edward Bolton Clive of Whitfield Lodge, Esq.
(2) Edward Clive Esq., army capt., eldest son of (1).
(3) Thomas Ryder of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., Esq.
(4) Rev. William Ryder of St. Andrew, Holborne, co. Middx., clerk.
(5) Frederick Keppel of Lexham Hall, co. Norfolk, Esq. and Henry Clive of Manchester Square, co. Middx., Esq.
Recites will of Sir Edward Clive (13 December 1768).
Wormbridge Manor; rectory, tithe and advowson of Wormbridge; messuage called Wormbridge in possession of Sir Edward Clive, Kt., a justice in the court of common pleas; New Street Farm in possession of William Pardoe; messuage and land in possession of William Beavan; messuage, watercorn mill and Drunacks Close in possession of Mary Bayley, widow; messuage in possession of Samuel Bailey; messuages in possession of Nicholas Watkin and Margaret Traherne; The Great Birches and The Little Birches formerly in possession of Edward Clive, decd., father of Sir Edward Clive (all purchased by him in 1710), and all in Wormbridge.
Also Withington Farm and land in Kilpeck and Howton (purchased in 1712 by Edward Clive, decd. from Walter Sayce); Skyrett Farm, Kentchurch and land in Kentchurch and Kilpeck in possession of Benjamin Wylde (purchased in 1714 from Walter Roberts and Andrew Jones, clerk); messuage and land (10a.) in Wormbridge, formerly occupied by Ann Humphreys and afterwards of Sir Edward Clive and Peter Carpenter; 2a. of land in Wormbridge belonging to the widow Whiting and in tenancy of John Jones Smith (purchased from Richard Weaver and Mary his wife in 1748); Poole Meadow; Teer James in Greengenny manor; Ton Meadow; Birchfield in Kentchurch manor and Howton; Hill Meadow and part of Hay Meadow in Kentchurch (purchased by Sir Edward Clive in 1753 from John Scudamore); messuage and land called the Claypitts in Kentchurch and Kilpeck in possession of Robert Watkins and James Wyld (purchased by Sir Edward Clive from Robert Watkins in 1760); messuage called Lamage Howel otherwise Skyries otherwise Skerries and land in Kentchurch; land formerly of John Watkins and Ursula his wife in Kilpeck (purchased by Sir Edward Clive in 1765); New Grange Manor, namely land called Great and New orchard inclosed out of the Sheepcot field, the Stockleys, the Sheep Cott fields and adj. coppice wood, Wheat Croft (formerly on two pieces called New and Little Orchard), the Ox Leasow, the Moold and adj. wood, Wainhouse meadow; Lower Hop Yard and Lower Cross Batch, in Abbey Dore (purchased by Sir Edward from John Morgan and Margaret his wife).
Also Dippersmore mansion house and Pentoynes Mill in Kilpeck, in tenure of Richard Gomond; 4a., Langheere, the Diggod or Diggod Lawn, Birchy Row or Birchy leasow, Brownhill otherwise Brownshill, the Knapp, the Old Lands, land near Lordmeadow under Dippermore Lodge, Worlas Gallet or the Hard Meadow, all in Killpeck, Treville and Lanythock and in possession of Richard Gomond.
Also the House Ton, Manor Wood and Bromhill Dingle in Kilpeck (all purchased by Sir Edward in 1767).
Also all other land of Sir Edward Clive left to his wife Dame Judith.
With Common recovery (4 may [1818]) [with seal in skippet]; and plan of land in Wormbridge and Kilpeck (n.d.)

[no title]  BB2/299  3 February 1837

Contents:
Mortgage.
(1) Edward Bolton Clive of Whitfield, Esq. and Edward Clive, Grenadier Guards Capt. and Army Lieut. Col., his eldest son.
(2) Sir Walter Rockcliff Farquhar of St. James Street, co. Middx., Bt.; Rev. Walter Kerr Hamilton, clerk, fellow of Merton College, Oxford; and Rev. Archer Clive, clerk, rector of Solihull, co. Warks.
Consideration: £5000.
Wormbridge manor, rectory, tithe and advowson. Also Wormbridge Court, Old Mill, New House, Wormbridge Mill, Great and Little Birches Coppice and Edwards Coppice [Schedule with acreages and tenants included].

[no title]  BB2/300  14 February 1848

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage.
(1) As in BB2/289 (2), but Rev. Archer Clive now of Whitfield.
(2) The said Rev. Archer Clive.
(3) Francis Lewis Bodenham of Hereford, gent.
As and £500 mortgage debt.

OUT COUNTY  [no ref. or date]

co. Berks.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/301  n.d.

Contents:
Copy marriage settlement (17 July 1771).
(1) Sir George Amyand of Crookham, co. Berks, Bt.
(2) Catherine Cornwall, widow of Velters Cornewall, late of Moccas, Esq., and their dau. Catherine Cornwall, spinster.
(3) Francis Annesley of Reading, co. Berks, Esq. and Thomas Cornewall of Chart Park, co. Surry, Naval Capt.
(4) Frederick Cornewall of Diddlebury, co. Salop., Esq. and Claudius Amyand of Langley Bury, co. Herts., Esq.
Recites marriage between (1) and Catherine Cornewall the younger.
Consideration: 10s. from (3) to (1).
Farm, messuage and land at Chamberhouse; farm at Crookham; land at Thatcham; messuage at Cold Ash; Frilsham Farm at Frilsham; messuages at Ealing. Also grants and limits lordship or manors of Frilsham and Yealing otherwise Ealing to (4).

co. Oxon  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/302  17 July 1697

Contents:
Release/Marriage settlement [lease missing].
(1) William Goodenough of Broughton Puggs also Broughton Pongs, co. Oxon., gent., son of William Goodenough of the same place, gent., decd.
(2) John Southby of Carswell?, co. Berks., Esq.; Richard Southby of Oxford University, gent (eldest son of John); Henry Southby of Marston, co. Wilts., Esq.; Thomas Turner of Kempscott, co. Oxon., gent.; Charles Turner of the same, gent.; and Daniel Warwick of Kempscott, gent.
(3) Elizabeth Southby, eldest dau. of John.
Consideration: marriage between (1) and (3), and 5s.
Manor or lordship of Broughton Puggs also Broughton Pongs with manor house and land (8½ yardlands) occupied by Nicholas Sanders. Also two messuages occupied by (1), messuage occupied by Nicholas Sanders, two houses occupied by Thomas Greenhalfe and messuage occupied by Andrew Harthaway, all in Broughton.

co. Warks.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/303  July 1818

Contents:
Declaration by Rt. Hon. Other Archer, Earl of Plymouth; Rt. Hon. William Pitt, Lord Amherst; Christopher Musgrave of Beach Hill, co. Berks., Esq. and Hon. Ann Elizabeth Musgrave his wife; Hon. Thomas Windsor of St. George, Hanover Square, co. Middx.; Edward Bolton Clive of Whitfield Lodge, Esq.; and Rt. Hon. Edward, Earl of Powis.
Recites Lease and Release (21-22 December 1812), deed to lead the uses of a fine (Hilary Term 1813), deed poll (5 June 1813), and assignment (7 June 1813).
Acknowledges payments from Thomas Windsor and Edward, Earl of Powis concerning advowson of Solihull rectory and a messuage in Warwick.

WALES  [no ref. or date]

co. Brecon.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/304  19 December 1827

Contents:
Copy Lease and Release/Marriage settlement (29 June 1814).
(1) Robert Williams of Monmouth, gent.
(2) Martha Elizabeth Tudor of the same place, spinster.
(3) John Tudor of Featherstone Buildings, Holborn, London, gent. and Thomas Tudor of Monmouth, gent., bros. of (2).
Consideration: marriage between (1) and (2).
Aberbrane Farm and Penywern Farms, Llansprythid, occupied by Rees Powell. Also Tyr Cusop and Tor Trunnon Farms in Aberipkir, occupied by John Jones.

[no title]  BB2/305  29-31 December 1827

Contents:
Copy Lease and Release/Marriage settlement.
(1) Robert Williams of Sunny Bank, Esq.
(2) Rev. Thomas Williams of the same place, clerk, M.A.
(3) Elizabeth Davies of Brecon, spinster.
(4) Penry Williams of Penpont, Esq. and Thomas Maybery of Brecon, Esq. and Hugh Bold of Brecon, Esq.
Recites marriage between (2) and (3).
Aberbranevasor house and farm, Penywern farm and adj. cottage and land in Llanspyrthid.
Also appointment from (1) to (2) of shares in property as conveyed in assignment (11 November 1797).

co. Mon.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/306  2-3 October 1836

Contents:
Copy Lease and Release/Settlement.
(1) Cassandra Williams of Monmouth, spinster and Henry Bird of Swansea, co. Glam., surgeon.
(2) Rev. Thomas Williams, clerk, rector of Llanvapley and James Powles of Monmouth, gent.
Share in newly erected messuage and farm called Nant-thee otherwise Brookhouse and Tyr Mayre farm and a messuage in Skenfreth, in possession of [.....] Tippins. Also messuage in Weston-under-Penyard.
With copy of certificate from Commissioners for taking the acknowledgements of deeds by married women (31 March 1837).

IRELAND  [no ref. or date]

co. Mayo (and Hereford)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  BB2/307  10 March 1908

Contents:
Release (and counterpart).
(1) Robert Henry Clive of His Majestys Diplomatic Service, care of the Foreign Office, London, S.W., Esq.; Mabel Adelaide Clive of Carmelite Convent, St. Charles Square, Notting Hill, London, W., spinster; Marjorie Katherine Clive of Yeaton Lodge, Shrewsbury, spinster; Alice Greathed of the above, widow of the late Maj. Gen. W.W.H. Greathed of Lady Cross Lodge, Brockenhurst, co. Hants.; Mary Caroline Darling of 18 Princes Gardens, London, S.W., wife of Hon. Mr. Justice Darling; Edward Archer Greathed of 98 Dukes Avenue, Chiswick; Robert Napier Greathed, Royal Field Artillery Maj., care of the War Office, London, S.W.; and Alice Clive Greathed of Yeaton Lodge, Shrewsbury, spinster.
(2) Percy Archer Clive of Wormbridge, retd. Army Capt.
Recites will of Charles Meysey Bolton Clive (8 May 1883, proved 29 October 1883).
Estates in cos. Louth and Mayo, and also in Hereford and elsewhere under the will of Charles Meysey Bolton Clive.
Enclosed in counterpart; memo. that the Elm Farm, Ewyas Harold, was conveyed from Alice Muriel Clive to John Price (9 October 1920).
With release (15 June 1912) of Mabel Adelaide Clive of the Carmelite Convent, Kirk Edge, near Sheffield, co. Yorks., spinster, from annuity of will of Charles Meysey Bolton Clive, including land in co. Mayo and The Whitfield Estate.

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