Inquisition on the death of Sir Thomas Leigh, alderman of the city of London, who died seized of: i) A capital messuage and four other tenements in Old Jewry London; a capital messuage in the parishes of St. Olaf and St. Stephen, London, with a messuage adjoining; a messuage and land in Kilburn, co. Middx.; a messuage and land in Hollaway in the parish of Islington, co. Middx.; a capital messuage called Stoneleigh Hall, alias Stoneleigh Abbey; a messuage in Stoneleigh called Homegrange; a cornmill, three walkmills and land in Stoneleigh; the manor of Stareton with messuages and lands belonging thereto; the advowson of Ashow, and messuages and lands there; the manor of Newnham, with messuages, lands and the advowson of the church; the manor of Church Lawford, with messuages, lands, and the advowson of the church; messuages and lands in Wolston; messuages and lands in Newton; the manor of Churchover and the advowson of the church; the manor of Kingswinford, co. Staffs., and the advowson of the church; the manors of Longborough, Bledington, Adlestrop and Maugersbury, co. Glos., with messuages and lands there. Then recited are:grants, dated 14 February 1567/8, from Sir Thomas Leigh to his third son, Thomas Leigh, of an annuity of £50 until he comes of age; to his fourth son, William, of an annuity of £50 until he comes of age and to his daughter, Isabell, of an annuity of £10. A settlement, dated 20 March 1568/9, involving all the property above specified, to be held after the death of Sir Thomas Leigh and of his wife, Dame Alice, as to premises in Kilburn and Islington to the use of their son, Richard Leigh; as to the premises in Stoneleigh, Stareton and Ashow to the use of their son, Thomas Leigh; as to premises in Newnham, Churchover, Church Lawford, Wolston, Newton and Kingswinford, to the use of their son, William Leigh; as to the premises in the City of London, to the use of their daughter, Isabell Leigh; as to the premises in Longborough, Bledington, Adlestrop and Maugersbury, to the use of their son, Rowland Leigh. A lease dated 12 November 1571 of lands in Gloucestershire (DR18/1/1565). ii) The manors of South Littleton, North Littleton and Middle Littleton, of lands and messuages there and in Evenlode and Heathend; messuages and lands in Hoxton and lands in Spitalfields, co. Middx., which by deed of 4 January 1568/9 were settled on his wife, Dame Alice Leigh. iii) The manor of Leek Wootton, alias Cross Grange, and of tenements and lands there and in Hill Wootton, Woodcote, Ashow, Kenilworth, Rugby, Thurlaston, Dunchurch and Toft, which by deed of 4 May 1569, were settled on his wife, Dame Alice Leigh. iv) The manors of Stoneleigh and Ashow and lands and tenements there and in Kingshill, the manors of Long Lawford, Newbold and Cosford; the manor of Fletchamstead, the manor of Millburn, lands in Canley, Hurst, Westwood and Cryfield.