Elizabeth wife of ? Walter Chetwynd, assignment of dower to Elizabeth wife of ?Walter Chetwynd, in respect of a messuage, lands and water mill in RULE held of the Queen, (field names given). 6 Hen.V 
William Chetwynd III, marriage agreement of Elizabeth d. Dame Maude, widow of Sir John Ferrers kt. and William Chetwynd [III], money, m. MERIDEN, CO. WARWICK. 5 Hen.VII
John Chetwyn, s. of Humfrey, marriage agreement on marriage of John Chetwyn and Elyn Wood, money. 15 Hen.VIII 
Humfrey Chetwyn of Aston, marriage agreement of Humfrey Chetwyn [of Aston] and Cassendur Moreton, CALVINGTON in lordship of BOWLAS, CO. SALOP, lands in. 19 Hen.VII
Thomas Chetwyn, marriage settlement [and related deed] of Thomas Chetwyn and Jane Salter, MERIDEN, ALSPATH, CO. WARWICK, tenements.
The later deed mentions the manor of Meriden and Alspath.
[2 deeds]. 17-20 Hen.VIII [1525,1528/9]
William Chetwyn of Ingestre
Feoffment to uses of will of William Chetwyn of Ingestre, which is declared below the feoffment. COS. STAFFORD, WARWICK, Manor of Ingestre, advowson of Ingestre Church, and all lands in INGESTRE, BRERETON, STAFFORD, SALT, and 'HANYOTT' [? HANYARD], manor of GRENDON, advowson of Grendon, manor of MERIDEN, all lands etc. in DORDON, WARTON, CO. WARWICK.
[1 deed endorsed: 'Court role's de Ingestre' in probably contemporary hands]. 5 Hen.VIII
John Chetwynd, marriage settlement of John Chetwynd and Mary Maverell, [? draft incomplete].
Manor of GRATWICH, MITTON; manor of GRENDON, lands in DORDON, WARTON, WHATELEY, CO. WARWICK; manor of INGESTRE, BRERETON, lands in INGESTRE, BRERETON, RULE, RUDGE, MITTON and in GRENDON, CO. WARWICK. Capital messuage called the Bould, p. BLITHFIELD (Mary's inheritance), manor place of GRENDON. [some properties may be missing]. No Date [16th cent]
[The following documents may have come into the hands of the Chetwynds through the above marriage].
Award, division of inheritance between Thomas Rugeley, Simon his s. and h. by Mary, one of the d.'s. and coheiresses of Richard Norman of the Bold, and Johanna Meverell the other d. and coheiress of Richard Norman. DRAYCOTT, STAFFORD, HIXON, tenements called Cleremon Hayes, Price in Draycott, lands in Stafford, 'Hixton'. 21 Hen.VII[1505/6]
Schedule of deeds including will of Richard with note of marriage of Thomas Rugeley and Margery Norman [1422-3]. Concerns Norman family, partition of property between Rugeley and Meyverell who married the co-heirs of Richard Norman.
Properties concerned: DRAYCOTT IN THE MOORS, NEWTON, HIXON, chief messuage called the Bold, CHARTLEY, KINGSTONE, DROINTON, AMERTON, LOXLEY, STAFFORD, 'RETCOTE', HAUGHTON, RUGELEY, HEATLEY, CALLOW HILL, GRINDLEY. 1 Hen.VI[1422-3]-17 Hen.VII
SHATTON, ?JOV...., CO. DERBY, marriage settlement of Thomas Meverell and Ellen Bagot. 22 Hen.VII
Agreement by which John Meyverell will pay a dower to Anne Meyverell widow of Lewis Meyverell decd, in exchange for a lease of all premises in SHATTON and the CHAPEL EN LE FRITH, CO. DERBY. 24 Hen.VIII[1532/3]
GREAT ASTON [CO. SALOP], fine, (John Chetwynd of Ingestre, qu., John Chetwynd of Great Aston, Robert Chetwynd, def.). 3 Eliz.I
Robert Chetwynd of Rugeley, Walter Chetwynd of Ingestre, release of all actions, etc., with respect to all properties mentioned in indentures of 8 July 15 Eliz. I for the terms specified in same deed, (Robert Chetwynd of Rugeley with the consent of John Chetwynd of Ingestre/Walter Chetwynd of Ingestre).
William Chetwynd, exemplification of fine, endorsed:marriage of William Chetwind.
Manors of INGESTRE, GRATWICH, BOLD, BRERETON, MITTON, RUDGE and lands in same and in RULE, APETON, GNOSALL, HAYWOOD, SALT, ENSON, KIBBLESTONE, HEATLEY, FIELD, KINGSTONE, LOXLEY, BROMLEY, HIXON, DROINTON, NEWTON, BROMLEY BAGOTS, LEIGH, RUGELEY, LONGDON, advowsons of Ingestre, Gratwich, free fishing in Trent and Blythe; manor of GRENDON, lands in Grendon, DORDON, WARTON, WHITTINGTON, WHATELEY, CO. WARWICK; advowson of Grendon, free fishing in Anker, co. Warwick; lands in NEWPORT, SANDEBROKE [?SAMBROOK], CO. SALOP, (Bromley Huyck et al., qu., John Chetwynd, def.).16 Eliz.I
William Chetwyn of Grendon, Walter Chetwynd of Rule, release of actions to reverse fines, etc., with respect to properties mentioned in deed of 5 June 43 Eliz.I, (William Chetwyn of Grendon/Walter Chetwind of Rule). 43 Eliz.I[1600-1]
Walter Chetwynde of Newport, co. Salop, post-nuptial settlement of Walter Chetwynde of Newport and Mary his wife), RULE, APETON, GNOSALL, BRADLEY, all properties of inheritance. 36 Eliz.I[1593/4]
John Chetwynde, Inspeximus of inquisition post mortem of, (taken Jan 35 Eliz.I[1592/3]. 39 Eliz.I[1596/7]
William Chetwinde of Grendon, settlement by William Chetwinde on his divorce from his wife Atalanta, manor GRENDON, CO. WARWICK and lands etc., in GRENDON, DORDON, WARTON, WHITTINGTON and WHEATLEY, CO. WARWICK, and ms. BRERETON, GRATWICH, INGESTRE and MITTON and lands in BRERETON, BOLD, GRATWICH, INGESTRE, MITTON, RUDGE, SALT, ENSON, KIBBLESTONE, FIELD, FLEETLEY, KINGSTONE, LOXLEY, GRINDLEY, HIXON, NEWTON, BROMLEY BAGOTS, HEATLEY, LEIGH, RUGELEY, and LONGDON, m. GREAT ASTON alias CHETWIND ASTON, CO. SALOP. 42 Eliz.I
William Chetwinde of Ingestre, marriage settlement of William Chetwinde of Ingestre and Katherine Slayney (nee Aston), BOLD, mansion house called the Boulde or Bouth Hall. 2 Jas.I
William Chetwynd of Grendon, Walter Chetwynd of Rule, fine, release of, (Egerton, Thicknes, qu., William Chetwin, def.), manors of INGESTRE, GRATWICH, BRERETON, MITTON with all lands etc. in the same and in BOLD, RUDGE, HAYWOOD, SALT, ENSON, KIBBLESTONE, FIELD, FLEETLEY, KINGSTONE, LOXLEY, GRINDLEY, HIXON, DROINTON, NEWTON, BROMLEY BAGOTS, HEATLEY, RUGELEY, LONGDON, LEIGH, advowsons of INGESTRE, GRATWICH, fishing in Trent and Blyth; manor of GRENDON, advowson of GRENDON, lands, etc., in GRENDON, DORDON, WARTON, WHITTINGTON, WHATELEY, fishing in Anker, CO. WARWICK; manor of ASTON MAGNA alias CHETWYND ASTON, lands etc. in GREAT ASTON, LITTLE ASTON, STOCKTON, co. SALOP.
Exemplification of same 1 Jas.I with annexed a release of errors etc., (William Chetwynd of Grendon/Walter Chetwynd of Rule), 43 Eliz.I
Walter Chetwynd of Rule, mortgage, (Walter Chetwynd of Rule/Oliver Bugges), GREAT alias CHETWYND ASTON CO. SALOP, chief mansion, with appurtenances, the two Orchards, Shuttes Leasow, Heathy Leasow, Blas Wast, Hall Hill, the Worrall, Greene Plecke, the Hill Wast, Fogge Leasow, Hither Woodend, the Upper Copie, Lower Coppie, the Poole Place, 8 doles in the Long Meadow, Upper and Lower Deyhouse Leasow, Further Woodend, the Rises Meadow, commons in common fields etc. 44 Eliz.I[1601/2]
Sir Walter Chetwind of Rule, post-nupltial settlement of Sir Chetwind and Lady Katherine d. Dowager Countess of Huntingdon, CHURCH and WOOD EATON, RULE, APETON, manors of Church and Wood Eaton, capital messuage called Rewle House, all lands etc. in Church and Wood Eaton, Rule and Apeton. 3 Jas.I
Sir Walter Chetwynd of Ingestre, lease to trustees to perform his last will and testament, GRENDON, DORDON, CO. WARWICK; GRATWICH, GNOSALL, WOOD EATON, HOPTON, CHURCH EATON, Manor of Hopton purchased of Sir Francis Lakon and all messuages, lands, etc., in Hopton and elsewhere purchased of Thomas Crompton and Thomas Skrimshere, tithes of corn, grain or hay in Hopton with glebe lands and other tenths purchased of the same, manor of Church Eaton and all lands etc. in Church Eaton and Wood Eaton whereof he is seised in fee simple (except land limited to Walter's son Thomas), all lands in Gratwich whereof he is seised in fee simple from prebends of Sugershall Moorehall, Beverley Hall and Chilterne Hall in p. Gnosall, tithes of corn, grain and hay, glebe lands and other tenths belonging to them, all other tenths, rents, etc. held by demise or grant from Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, messuages, lands, etc., in Grendon and Dordon, co. Warwick, purchased of Ludford, Andres, Cope, Becke, Belfield, of the land late Bartleyes in Dordon, all other property in Grendon and Dordon whereof he has estate in fee simple, fee simple lands in BRERTON purchased of brother Thomas Chetwynd, lands or burgages in town and liberties of STAFFORD purchased of Godfrey Chetwind in fee simple, and all other estates in cos. STAFFORD and WARWICK held in fee simple. 17 Chas.I
Sir Walter Chetwynd of Ingestre. mortgage to Littleton, GNOSALL Church, prebends of Moorehall or Mordall, Benehall or Beverley Hall, Chiltornehall or Chilternehall and Suckherhall or Sukershall with all lands, rents, tithes, etc., belonging.
[1 deed cancelled, endorsed with receipt for mortgage money, May 1633].3 Chas.I
INGESTRE, GRATWICH, manors of quittance for a fine etc. for 2½ knights' fees. 3 Chas.I[1627-8]