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Baddesley Clinton, Warwick, Claverdon, Beausale, Honiley, Solihull and Elmdon, co. Warwick, Hambleton co. Rutland, Ditton, 'Sufflyngton', 'Brampton', Badlesmere, 'Fromondes', Mascalls, Copgrave, 'Pepynstrawe' and 'Pekhams' in Hadlow, Peckham, Nettlestead, Aylesford, Brenchley, Yalding and Hadlow in Kent


Gift from Edward Ferrers knt. and Constance his wife to Thomas, marquess of Dorset, John Wylloughby, Walter Ston', Ralph Verney the younger, knts., William Shelley and Thomas Wylloughby, serjeants-at-law, Humphrey Foster, John Grevyll, John Lytylton, Robert Putenham, Robert Cheynye, esqs., Anthony Brome and John Bascet, gents., Thomas Fyssher, Robert Egeworth and Thomas Nels of all messuages, lands, tenements and appurtenances in Warwicke, Clardon, Bewsale, Honeley and Solyhull in co. Warr', a fifth part of the manors of Dytton, Sufflyngton, Brampton, Baddylesmere, Fromondes, Mascalles, Copgraue, Pepynstrawe and Pekhams in Hadloo with their appurtenances in Kent, the manors of Hamoldon Magna and Hamoldon Parva in Rutland, the moiety of the manor of Baddysley Clynton together with lands in Elmedon co. Warr' and lands in Estpekham, Westpekham, Netylsted, Aylesforde, Brenchley, Yaldynge and Hadlow in Kent. To hold the same from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service to uses specified in an indenture made between the said Edward and Constance on the one hand and John Hampden knt. on the other dated 5 July 16 Henry VIII [1524]. Warranty clause. The said Edward and Constance appointing Thomas Hawe, Richard Clerke, John Raye, Robert Fowler and Thomas Gregson attorneys to deliver seisin. Sealing clause. Given 20 October 16 Henry VIII [1524]. Signed: Edward Ferrers k, Constance Ferrers Seals: 1. Circular seal of red wax on tag, cracked. 1 in. Within a cusped eight-foil a shield depicting a double arrow. Legend indecipherable. 2. Tag from which seal has been cut away. Endorsed: 1. [In a late 16th century hand] Feoffmt by S'Edward Ferrers to the lord marques Dorset others 2. [In the hand of Edward Ferrers c.1630] A Feoffment from S supr; Edward Ferrers Dame Constance his wif to the Marquesse Dorsett of Divers mannors landes and tenementes together wth the half part of the mannor of Baddesly Clinton 3. [c.1839] 20th. October 16 Hen: 8th. Feoffment - Sir Edward Ferrers and Dame Constance his wife to the Marquess of Dorset and others of a moiety of the Manor of Baddesley Clinton and other manors and Estates in Baddesley parish and elsewhere in Com. Warwick - Kent c. c. c. [63]