Lease from Thomas Throckmorton of Coughton esquire and Agnes Throckmorton of Morehall widow to Francis Palmer of Tonworthe yeoman, Katherine his wife and Francis their son of a messuage called the lodge in the park called Tonworthe park alias Lodbrookes park and lands in the said park consisting of a croft adjoining the said messuage called the Croft, 2 closes called the Woods, 1 meadow called Beare meadow, 1 close divided into 2 called Beare Leys, one close called Hollynhurste with an adjoining meadow called Longe meadow, a croft called Calues croft and another called Slynge with a meadow called Slynge meadow adjoining these two crofts, extending in length from the said park pale to the said meadow called Longe meadow, one close called Stumpes alias Stubbs, the herbage of two cottages called Throckmorton grove and Stumpes coppice, then in the tenure of the said Francis and a cottage in the tenure of John Yonge labourer, adjoining the pale of the said park, the said Thomas and Agnes reserving all timber rights; to hold for the lives of the said Francis, Katherine and Francis, rendering annually £6.13.4d Appointment of Nicholas Weave attorney to deliver seisin. Dated 30 August 2 James I. Witnesses, endorsed: Thomas Ridley, Nicholas Tyrrie, John Fulford and John Dixson. 1, Oval seal of red wax on tag, 3/4 x 1/2 in., a falcon jessed and belled with wings displayed and inverted. 2, Square seal of red wax on tag, 1/4 in. Memorandum of livery of seisin; 2 October 1604, witnesses: Richard Barker, John Fulford, John Dixson. English, parchment, 23.25 x 22 ins., indented.