Feoffment with warranty from John Walker of Tanworth gentleman to Thomas Archer of Tanworth esquire for £34 of the manor of Monkespath [ whether it be a manor in deed or reputacion] in Tanworth with chief rents of 34s. from certain lands and tenements in Tanworth: 4d. from a croft late in the tenure of William Collies, then of the said Thomas Archer, 6d. from a messuage and lands late in the tenure of Edward Allen then of Thomas Courte, 10s.8d. from lands called Barford lands late in the tenure of Francis Maxfield, then of Richard Slowe, 2s. from land late inthe tenure of James Pemmerton, then of Roberts Phillips, 5d. from land called Poolefeildes late in the tenure of John Brockhurst, then of John Clarke, 13d. from lands late belonging to Thomas Fullwood then of Edward Aylisbury, 7d from a messuage and lands late in the tenure of Robert Jones, then of George Heminge, once the inheritance of the said Robert, 3d from a tenement late in the tenure of Bartholomew Ashby, then of the said Thomas Archer, 3d. from a tenement late in the tenure of Widow Bache then of Thomas Greene, 18d. from a tenement late in the tenure of Henry Whatelie then of Edward Parsons, 18d. from lands late in the tenure of Henry Simmonds, then of ____?, 12d. from a croft called Farthings in the tenure of John Rosse, 7d. from lands late in the tenure of Richard Kettle, then of one Richard Kettle, 6s.8d. from lands called Little Wistons late in the tenure of Mathew Browne, then of John Broune, 6s.8d from lands late in the tenure of Thomas Shatswell, then of John Hoxtall [ total 35s.]; to hold for ever from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary rents and services. Signed: John Walker. Dated 10 July 26 Charles II. Witnesses, endorsed: Francis Vnite, Clement Wekie. Circular seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., a spray of flowers. Endorsed: Receipt for £34. Signed: John Walker. Witness: Francis Vnite. [contemp] Deed of purchase of the manor of Monkespath. English, parchment, 30 x 21 ins., indented.