Quitclaim with warranty from Thomas Archer of Beldesert gentleman, younger son of Thomas Archer late of Umberslade in Tanworth esquire and Anne his wife, deceased, to Andrew Archer of Umberslade esquire of a capital messuage in the tenure of the said Andrew Archer in Jury street, Warwick, which was purchased by Thomas Archer the elder with the corn mill and the piece of ground called Mill Ham belonging to the same adjoining Beldesert Park containing 4 acres in the parish of Henly which mill and Mill Ham was purchased of Sir Robert Cordwell by the said Thomas Archer the elder; to hold for ever. Signed: Thomas Archer Dated: 6 January 1690 2 William and Mary Witnesses: Joseph Lee, Jo Gerald Circular seal of red wax applied, 3/4 in., on a shield, three barbed arrows pointing downwards, the shield with helmet, crest and mantling. Endorsed: [Early 18th cent.] Thomas Archer Esq. his Release of the house at Warwick Mill at Henley to Andr: Archer Esq. 6 January 1690. English, parchment, 221/2 x 12 in.