Feoffment with warranty from Lancelot Spowner of Nuthurst gentleman and Mary his wife to William Ingram of Tanworth for £200 of a messuage with garden, orchard and buildings, and 1 croft containing 1/2 acre adjoining the same, 4 closes of meadow and pasture of which one is called Frame croft, one Fullwoodes field and the 2 meadows lying at the end of the same called Fullwoodes fieldes, with all other lands in Tanworth in the tenure of William Beeslie; to hold for ever from the chief lords of the fee for service and accustomed rights. Signed: Lancelot Sponer, Mary Sponer by mark. Dated 10 October 1614. Witnesses, endorsed, to signing and livery of seisin: John Browne, Thomas Lucas, Richard Hunt, William Wheatley. 2 Circular seals of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., a mullet of 8 points. Endorsed: [contemp] Lancelot Spooners' feoffment to Will'm Ingram. Dated 10 October 12 Jacobi. English, parchment, 24 x 16.5 ins., indented.