Conveyance: Old Stratford, Welcombe, Bishopton, Hampton Lucy and Alvechurch
Conveyance for Trust purposes dated 7 March 1662/3 (Old style)  by William Combe of Old Stratford, esq., to Sir Thomas Stephens of Little Sodbury, co. Glouc., Knight, and Sir Combe Wagstaffe of Tachbrooke, Knight, in trust that they shall sell all or any part of the following lands and premises (except the lands limited in trust for the maintenance of the said William Combe) to raise money to pay the debts of the said William Combe mentioned in annexed schedule - the lands unsold after debts satisfied to remain to the use of the said William Combe for life and after his decease to the use of his only daughters and heirs, one half to Katherine wife of the said Sir Thomas Stephens and one half to Mary, wife of John Rous of Tachbrooke, esq., and after their decease to the use of Thomas Stephens, son of Katherine, and Sir Combe Wagstaffe, son of Mary. Property mentioned in Old Stratford - the site of the Manor or Mansion House called the College with all gardens etc.; pasture ground called Sheffields Close; fishing in the River Avon and the soil covered with the said river; also the fishing in the River Avon in Old Stratford in possession of Nicholas Ingram; a capital messuage in Wellcombe in Old Stratford late in the possession of Thomas Combe, esq., deceased; pastures in Welcombe late in the possession of Francis Watts, gent.; a pasture called Barne Close late in the occupation of the said Francis Watts; pastures, etc. called Ingon ground and Ingon Grove late in possession of William Caudwell; Parsons Closes late in the occupation of William Hickocks; four yardlands in common fields of Old Stratford, Welcombe and Bishopton, late in the occupation of Francis Watts and Thomas Cuddy; cottages in Welcombe late in the occupation of Thomas Hickcocks and widow Terre; three yardlands in the common fields of Old Stratford, Welcombe and Bishopton, late in the occupation of Thomas Combe, esq., deceased, with all houses, buildings, barns, stables, dovehouses, orchards, etc.etc. lying in Old Stratford, Bishops Hampton alias Hampton Lucy; two messuages called Reignold and Willsons house late in the possession of Thomas Combe Esq., deceased and William Wilson with the close called James his close now converted into a garden by the said Henry James; one half yard land in the common fields of Old Stratford, Welcombe and Bishopton manor, late in the possession of Edward Roberts and Joseph Phillipps (Callweys excepted); a capital mansion house known as Newhouse in Allchurch [Alvechurch], co. Worcs., late in the occupation of William Combe, but now of William Thomas esq.; pasture grounds in Allchurch, known as Dranells, the Cocksuite, Ford Leasowe and Fords meadow, Stony Furlong; one other part of Cocksuite Croft; one close called the Piggyards; one meadow joining to the floodgates; one meadow called Long Meadow with closes called Church Close, Brick Close, Almehouse Close, Fords meadow, Webfeild Close and meadow, and ye Dry Ground; close called Bishopps Feild; close called the Conygree taken out of the said Bishoppsfeild and all land etc. belonging to the said mansion house. A schedule of debts at end - one to pay [Samuel] Scriven the glazier for work at the College - £3 10s. 0d.