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Nuthurst and Hampton-in-Arden


Assignment of lease from Edward Ferrers of Baddesly Clynton esq. with the consent of Edward Trussell of Nuthurst esq. to George Warde of Manningtree [Manningtree], co. Essex woadman of the messuage or mansion house of Nuthurst, one meadow, 6 acres of pasture, Broome field, Great rough, and Church field in the occupation of the said Edward Trussell, a messuage, pasture land, ome pasture called Impyard, a close adjpining the church-yard called Church field, one close adjoining the common highway, two closes called the upper closes and a meadow and word used with the said messuage then in the occupation of Richard Peyto, all this property being in Nuthurst or Hempton-in-Arden. To hold for the residue of a term of 99 years leased to the said Edward Ferrers by the said Edward Frussell and Thomas Trussell of Nuthurst esq. deceased on 29 September 15 Charles I [1639] for the annual rent of £3. Consideration: £300. 27 June 16 Charles I [1640]. Signed: Edward Trussell, Edward [Ferrers]. Two tags for seals. Witnesses endorsed: Will' Jesson junior; Abell Butler; John Tallants; John Brownell. Endorsed: [In the hand of Edward Ferrers c. 1640] Counterparte of an assigmente of a lease of 2 messuages in Nuthurst from Edw: Trussle and Edw: Ferrers to Geo: Warde dated 27 of June 1640 16 Car' regis Part of seal fold together with part of the signature of Edward Ferrers cut away ?in cancellation. [281]