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Bishops Tachbrook


Counterpart of mortgage from Edward Ferrers of Baddesley Clynton esq. to Timothy Wagstaffe of the Middle Temple esq. of the manor of Tachebrooke Episcopi alias Bishops Tachebrooke together with all messuages, lands, rights and appurtenances. The said mortgage to be void upon the repayment of £580 by the said Edward Ferrers, £40 to be repaid on 7 April 1614 and £540 to be repaid on 7 April 1615 at the south porch of St. Mary's church in Warwick. In default of these payments the said Timothy was to receive absolute ownership of the said property for the further sum of £860. 15 April 11 James I [1613]. Signed: Tim: Wagstaffe. Tag for seal with fragments of red wax. Witnesses endorsed: Simon Pughe; Job Olney; Thomas Strickelande; Robt. Browne. Schedule attached listing leases of lands in the said manor, most of them granted for the term of 31 years, the names of the lessees being John Antrobus clerk, Simon Pugh for a close called Frogwelhurst, William Pratt, William Hynde, Richard Warwicke, Thomas Pratt, Thomas Comaunder, Thomas Reading, John Hopkins, Robert Allibond, Thomas Overton, Roger and William Reading, Elizabeth and Francis Stacie and John Bostock. Endorsed: [?In the hand of Edward Ferrers c.1630] The mortgage of Tachbrooke for £500 to Tymothee Wagstafe [262]