Indenture between Philip Bartlem of Wolverton bricklayer of the 1st part, Robert Bartlam of Skreens Chelmsford, Essex bricklayer of the 2nd part and Thomas Snape of Warwick gentleman of the 3rd part reciting that Philip and Robert Bartlem were seised of a messuage or public house with yard, gardens and buildings thereto in Wolverton called the New Red Horse Inn then in the occupation of Philip Bartlem bounded on the South by the Norton Lindsey to Wolverton road, on the East by the road from Norton Lindsey to Gannaway Gate, on the North by land belonging Christopher Musgrove esquire and on the West by a cottage in the occupation of Richard Stanley more particularly described in a map thereon endorsed, in undivided moieties, it was thereby witnessed that in consideration of £100 paid by Robert Bartlem, he the said Philip Bartlem conveyed all his estate right title etc. in the said premises to the use of Robert Bartlem for life, remainder to the use of Thomas Snape during the life of Robert Bartlem (if the said prior estate should determine in the lifetime of Robert Bartlem), remainder to the use of Robert Bartlem and his heirs for ever. Signed by all the parties. Red wax seal with initial S thereon. Witnessed by A. M. Jackman, clerk to Mr. Snape solicitor, Warwick. Two receipts attached.