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Baddesley Clinton


Bargain sale and feoffment from Edward Collett the older of Kingswood in the parish of Rowington yeoman, Phillipa his wife, Edward Collett the younger, son and heir of the said Edward Collett the elder, and Anne his wife to Edward Ferrers of Baddesley Clynton gent, of a pasture called Blacke croft, a meadow called Little Blacke meadow in Baddesley in the tenure of John Smyth and any other lands belonging to the grantors in Baddesley Clynton or in the Walleys. To hold the same for ever, the said grantors appointing Robert Warner of Kingswood gent. and John Slye the younger of Kingswood yeoman attorneys to deliver seisin. Consideration: 100 marks. 31 May 22 James I [1624]. Signed: Edward Collett the elder, the mark of Phillipa Collett, Edward Collett the younger, the mark of Anne Collett. Four circular seals of red wax on tags. 3/4 in. 1. A double headed eagle displayed. 2. A lion rampant. 3. A lion rampant. 4. A swan. Broken. Witnesses endorsed: John Burgoyne; Thomas Stone; Henry Bauldwin; John Coney the elder. Witnesses endorsed to livery of seisin granted 11 December 2 Charles I [1626]: Robert Warner, John Slye the younger, Richard Browne and John Hanson. The marks of Clement Smyth, John Sly the elder,; Richard Clerke, blacksmith, John Packhurr', John Kerby, John Norton the younger, John Queenn the younger and John Smith the younger. Endorsed: 1. [In the hand of Edward Ferrers c.1630] The sale of Collettes land In Baddesly 2. [c.1839] 21 May 1624 Release Edwd. Collett wife To Edwd Ferrers Esq. [109a]