Settlement previous to the marriage of Huyn [Owen] Anderton, son and heir of Oliver Anderton of Tonworth yeoman, and Elizabeth Bentforde, daughter of Edward Bentforde of Tanworth gentleman, being a conveyance from the said Oliver and Margaret his wife to the said Edward, Simon Bentforde his son and heir and William Parsons, son and heir of Thomas Parsons of Tonworth yeoman, for £120 of a messuage in Tonworth in the tenure of the said Oliver with three crofts and a meadow belonging to the same, lying between the land of Thomas Anderton, the land of Richard Westcote, the land of Francis Anderton, the land of Edmund Hawes gentleman and a lane leading from the said messuage to the highway leading from Henley in Arden to Birmingham on all sides, also a coppice called the Grove and 2 lands called Grove fields in Tonworth, lying between the land now or late of Francis Anderton and a lane called Hea lane leading from Solihull to the highway leading from Henley to Birmingham, also a close called Greate Gosefoote in Tonworth between the land of Andrew Archer esquire, the land of Henry Symons and a lane leading to the lane called Hea lane, also a close called Little Gosefoote in Tonworth between the land of Andrew Archer, the lane leading to Hea lane and Hea lane on all sides and also two closes called Lyttle Monkspathe and 2 adjoining meadows called Litle Monkspathe meadows lying together in Tonworth, the said property then in the tenure of the said Oliver Anderton and the said Francis Anderton; to hold part of the said messuage, namely the parlour over the hall and the chamber over the parlour and half the property belonging to the said messuage and the lands called the Grove and the Grove fields to the use of the said Oliver and Margaret Anderton and the remainder of the said property to the use of the said Huyn and Elizabeth for their lives, then to the lawful heirs of the said Huyn and Elizabeth, or in default to the lawful heirs of Huyn, or in default to the lawful heirs of the said Oliver, or in default to the rightful heirs of the said Oliver for ever. Signed Oliver Anderton, Margaret Anderton by mark. Dated 8 June 17 James I. Witnesses to signing and livery of seisin, 9 June 1619, endorsed: Francis Palmer, Edward Browne, Thomas Parsons, John Myles. 1, Circular seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., 2, Circular seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., a knot. Endorsed: [contemp] Concerning Hwen Andertons wifes Joynture. English, parchment, 20.5 x 18 ins., indented.