Feoffment with warranty from John Huggeforde of Henwoode esquire to William Cookes of the Wolde in Snitterfeilde yeoman for £1,350 the manor and capital messuage called Sydenhall alias Sydnallshalle with lands belonging to the same in Tanworth, lying between a brook called Hawkeshawe brook and another brook called Ilshawe brooke and extending in length from the river Blythe to a heath called Ilshawe heath, now or late in the several tenures of Margaret Balle, widow, William Allen, Thomas Terrye, John Neales and Margaret his wife; also a messuage called Rouckes alias Raucklons with lands in Tanworth adjoining Kington brook and extending from there to Fletchers hill and from there to the said messuage, this said messuage and lands adjoining Sydnalls Hall now or late in the tenure of John Oldefeilde with the rents in Tanworth of 10s.6d. annually; to hold for ever from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service, freely except for 3 leases, recited: 1, 24 January 4 James I [ 1606/7] from the said John Huggeforde and Lettice his wife to the said Thomas Terrye of a parcel of the above lands to hold for 80 years if he lives so long, rendering annually £17, payable now to the said William Cookes. 2, 20 March 4 James I [ 1606/7] from the said John and Lettice to the said John Neales and Margaret his wife of part of the above property to hold for 80 years if they should live so long, rendering annually £8, now payable to the said William Cookes. 3, 17 April 4 James I  from the said John and Lettice to the said John Oldefeilde of the said messuage called Roucke to hold for his life and the life of Christian Neale, wife of Robert Neale, rendering annually £10, now payable to the said William Cookes. Signed: William Cookes. Dated 18 September 8 James I. Witnesses, endorsed: Charles Waring, Thomas Huggeforde, Richard Butler, Henry Cookes the younger, Richard Gibbarde, John Cookes, Nathaniel Cookes. Fragment of red wax on tag. Endorsed: [ late 17th cent] Deede of sale of Sidenhalls Tanworth from Hugeford now Mr Rodgerss English, parchment, 25 x 21.75 ins., indented.