Lease from Henry Ferrers of Baddesley esq. to John Skynner of Grayes Inne, co. Middlesex gent. of the Parkefeilde alias the Parke in Baddeslie in the tenure of Edward Philipps, together with a meadow called Hopyard meadow in Baddeslie in the tenure of John Beaufoe. To hold from Lady Day next for 3 years at a peppercorn rent if demanded. The said John to maintain and repair all the hedges, ditches, fences paths and rails belonging to the said lands, being allowed hedgboote, fenceboote, gateboote and raileboote for the same and also to have the right to dig up and cut down for his own use bushes, shrubs, brambles, briars and thorns not likely to be of any use as timber. Consideration: £30. 18 March 45 Elizabeth [1602/3]. Signed: Henry Ferrers Circular seal of red wax on tag. 3/4 in. A talbot by ? a tree. Witnesses endorsed: Edward Ferrers; Robert Jones; Lionel Baker servant to Tho: Knight, scribe. Endorsed: 1. [In a contemporary hand] The lease of Baddeslye Parke 2. [c.1839] 18 March 45th. Elizth. Lease of Baddesley Park and the Hop Garden meadow in Baddesley - Henry Ferrers to John Skynner of Grays Inn for 3 years at a peppercorn rent - Consideration paid for the lease £30.