Conveyance by lease and release from Francis Tyringham of Aylesbury, Bucks., esquire and Mary his wife, second daughter and co-heir of Richard Grimshaw late of Bakers Lane, Knowle in Hampton in Arden gentleman deceased to Thomas Doley of Olton End in Solihull, gentleman, reciting the descent of the property involved to the said Mary Tyringham, for £641 of a messuage with lands belonging to the same in Tanworth, formerly in the tenure of Henry Lea, then of Jane Court widow, then of Thomas Cranmore, 4 closes called Black croft, Holloway, Over Moules and Nether Moules in Tanworth, a close in Tanworth called Stone pitt field and a close on which a messuage formerly stood called peaches in Nuthurst and Knowle with lands belonging to the same, formerly in the tenure of the said Henry Lea, then of the said Jane Court, then of the said Thomas Cranmore, 3 closes called the well closes in Knowle, Nuthurst and Budesart then divided into 4 containing 12 acres and now called Sandecroft, Neither Close, Longe close and Little Pingle, formerly in the tenure of the said Henry Lea, then of John Morteboys, a croft called Beggars croft on which a cottage formerly stood in Tanworth, formerly in the tenure of George Child, then of Robert Haycocke and all other lands of the grantors in the tenure of the said Thomas Cranmore, John Morteboys and Robert Haycocke; to hold for ever. Signed: Francis Tyringham, Mary Tyringham. Dated 23 24 May 10 William III, 1698. Witnesses, endorsed: Benjamin Palmer, William Ebourne, Brightwell Hollyman, Banjamin Perkins. 2 circular seals of red wax applied to tags, 1/2 in., on a shield a saltire engrailed. Endorsed: [contemp] Receipt for £641. Signed Francis Tyringham. Witnesses: Benjamin Palmer, William Ebourne, Brightwell Hollyman, Benjamin Perkins. [contemp], Francis Tyringham Esq. Mary his wife their conveyance to Mr Thomas Doley of lands in Tanworth the release. Therese A fine acknowledged. English, parchment, lease - 22.75 x 15.75 ins., indented. release - 31 x 25.5 ins indented. 28.25 x 23.25 ins.