Conveyance by lease and release from Andrew Archer of Umberslade esquire and Thomas Archer his son and heir to John Dovey of Clements Inn. Middlesex, gentleman, to create the said John a tenant to the praecipe of a messuage and 3 closes of pasture containing 5 acres in the tenure of Thomas Whately blacksmith, adjoining lands of the late Rev. John Moore clerk, the lands of John Arnold yeoman and the road leading from Monksford Brook to Shirley Heath, a cottage and 1/2 acre in the tenure of Richard Whately adjoining the lands of the said Andrew, a plot of ground in the tenure of John Milward and the road leading from Woodend to Earlswood, all of which property lies in Tanworth; to hold for ever to the use of the said Andrew Archer that the said John Dovey may be a perfect tenant of the freehold so that a recovery shall be suffers by John Hall of Tanworth gentleman in favour of the said Andrew Archer for ever. Signed: Andrew Archer, Thomas Archer, John Dovey. Dated 1 2 May 10 George I. 1724. Witnesses, endorsed: John Dovey the younger, Nicholas Tayler. 2 circular seals of red wax on tags, 3/4 in., on a shield 3 barbed arrows pointing downwards, the shield surmounted by helmet crest and mantling. Endorsed: [18th cent] Conveyance of Whatleys tenement from Andr: Tho: Archer for ye. English, parchment, lease - 17.5 x 12 ins., indented; release - 26.75 x 18.25 ins., indented.