Lease from Robert Lucy of Charlecott esquire to John Bradnocke of Packewood yeoman of a messuage with a parcel of meadow called Two Waters meadow and one little close called the Moore meadow lying in Packewood, now or late in the tenure of the said John Bradnocke, with all buildings, orchards, gardens and waters belonging to the same, reserving to the said Robert Lucy and his heirs all timber with right of entry and exit to cut down and carry away timber; to hold for 99 years, rendering annually 40s. [2 terms], the said Robert having the right of re-entry for non-payment or arrears of the said rent 20 days beyond any of the said terms; the said John being responsible for repairing and maintaining the said premises. Signed: Robert Lucy Dated: 21 December 1651 'according to the computation of the Church of England.' Witnesses, endorsed: Edward Wagstaffe, Bryhtons, James Needham. Circular seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., on a shield, a lion passant guardant. Endorsed: 16 May 1669: assignment of the above lease by the said John Bradnocke to Thomas Fetherston of Packwood, on condition that the said John and Isabel his wife may take the rents and profits from the said property for their lives and after their deaths the said rents and profits shall be taken by Ann Baldwyn, widow of Thomas Baldwyne of Knoll turner; to hold for the remainder of the said term. Signed: John Bradnock by mark. Witnesses: John Fetherston, Joane Fetherston, Elizabeth Ryland by mark. English, parchment, 22 x 17 in., indented.