Bargain and sale from William Spooner of Clea Hall in Tanworth gentleman, John Shukburgh of Over Shukburgh esquire, William Lisle alias Lyle of Evenly, Northants, gentleman, and Elizabeth his wife, late wife of Thomas Greswold of Tanworth gentleman to Simon Archer of Tanworth esquire for £1,050 of the manor and capital messuage of Clea Hall in Tanworth with property belonging to the same, described in no. 1820-1821; to hold for ever from the chief lords of the fee for rents and services, excepting always lease no. 1825. Signed: William Spooner, William Lisle, Elizabeth Lisle. Dated 21 January 21 James I. Witnesses, endorsed: for William Spooner, John Huggeforde, John Wagstaffe, George Brocke, William Collins, William Atwoode scribe; for William and Elizabeth Lisle alias Lyle, Thomas Prescote, William Atwoode scribe, John Clarke. 1, Circular seal of red wax on tag, 3/4 in., a shield with helmet, crest and mantling. 2, tag for seal. 3, Circular seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., on a shield a lion rampant. 4, Circular seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., on a shield a lion passant. Endorsed: [ late 17th cent] William Spooner, William Lisle Elizabeth his wife ( sometime ye wife of Th. Greswoold) their grant of ye manor of Cleahall other lands to Sr Symon Archer. Dated 21 January 21 Jacobi. English, parchment, 27 x 19.25 ins., indented. 25 x 6.75 ins.