Attested Copies of Indentures of Lease and Release, the Release dated 29th September 1752 between Mary Levett of Lichfield spinster of the 1st part, Francis Cox of Birmingham gentleman of the 2nd part, William Quiney of Southam ironmonger (assignee appointed under a Commission in Bankruptcy awarded against Seymour Walford of Wolverton gentleman), the said Seymour Walford and Stephen Edkins of Birmingham gentleman (a trustee for Seymour Walford) of the 3rd part, William Charnley of Newbold Pacey gentleman and Joseph Smith of Fernhill yeoman (assignees appointed under a Commission in Bankruptcy awarded against Thomas Walford gentleman, the father of the said Seymour Walford) of the 4th part and Hubbert Woodhouse of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire merchant of the 5th part reciting DR 38/962 DR 38/963, it was thereby witnessed that in consideration of £1252-6-0 paid to Mary Levett and of £417-15-0 paid to Francis Cox and of £500 paid to William Charnley and Joseph Smith by Hubbert Woodhouse and of £1929-19-0 (making in all a purchase price of £4100) to William Quiney and Seymour Walford also paid by Hubbert Woodhouse and in consideration of 1/- paid to Stephen Edkins by Hubbert Woodhouse, they the said Mary Levett, Francis Cox, William Quiney, Seymour Walford and Stephen Edkins conveyed all the premises described in DR 38/952 to Hubbert Woodhouse and his heirs for ever, free from incumbrances except the Annuity of £20 limited by the Will of John Walford (see DR 38/954). Witnessed by Thomas Cobb, Thomas Cecill, John Williams, Samuel Moody and Henry Vennor. Attested 16th April 1801 by Thomas Heydon and Abram King. Lease dated 28th September 1752 for one year of the same property by Mary Levett, Francis Cox, William Quiney, Seymour Walford and Stephen Edkins to Hubbert Woodhouse. Witnessed as before.