Extract from a copy of the Wootton Wawen Inclosure Award dated 19th September 1776 whereby the Commissioners allotted to the Provost and Scholars of King's College, Cambridge and their successors, and George Bowden as their Lessee, owners of the Great or Rectorial tithes of Bearley and in lieu thereof the two following plots: one containing 97 acres, 2 roods and 18 perches bounded on part of the North East side by the Turnpike Road leading from Henley-in-Arden to Stratford-upon-Avon, part on the South and remaining part of the North East by an allotment to the said Provost and Scholars and George Bowden for tithes of ancient Inclosures of Bearley and on other part of South and South East by an allotment to Thomas Townsend, Thomas Chambers and John Preston, on other parts on South East, South, South West, West and North West by lands in the Parish of Aston Cantlow and on remaining parts of the North by other allotments to the same parties. Also another plot containing 2 roods and 16 perches bounded on the North East by the Turnpike Road as above, on the South and West by an allotment to George, Lord Abergavenny and Thomas Edkins his Lessee, and on the North by an allotment to Thomas Townsend, Thomas Chambers and John Preston, also to the said Provost and Scholars, and George Bowden their Lessee, owners of the Rectorial tithes of certain old Inclosures at Bearley and in lieu thereof another plot containing 2 acres, 1 rood and 30 perches bounded on the North East by the Turnpike Road as before, on the South by an allotment to Thomas Townsend, Thomas Chambers and John Preston, on the South West and North by other allotments to the same parties. Whereby also the Commissioners appointed certain public and private highways to be made through and over the new inclosures to be made. One private highway out of the hamlet of Bearley from Cadehill gate over various allotments therein described to a gate called Stockings Gate leading into the 2nd allotment to Jeremiah Jordan and Sarah his wife, which private road should at all times thereafter be to use of the Earl of Coventry in respect of his coppices called Bearley Grove and Perry Hill Grove, and to others in respect of various lands held by them and another private road commencing from Cadehill Field called Groves Corner to a coppice belonging to the Earl of Coventry called Bearley Grove to use of the said Earl in respect of the said coppice and in respect of Perry Hill Grove and to the use of William Daniel etc., and another private road leading out of the last mentioned road from or at the Water Furrow in Grove Furlong to the Gap or Woodway leading in Perry Hill Grove belonging to the said Earl of Coventry and from there along the Upper or North East end of the Grove Furlong to the Gap or Woodway leading into the coppice belonging to William Daniel called Quinneys Road Close from thence to the corner Gap or Woodway leading into the said coppice belonging to the said Earl called Bearley Grove. The Commissioners were William Welch of Beaudesert gentlemen, Edward Palmer of Coleshill gentleman and John Watts of Sulgrave, Northamptonshire gentleman.