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Baddesley Clinton


Bargain sale and feoffment from Richard Berdge of Honyley in the parish of Haseley husbandman to John Berdge the elder of Haseley husbandman of a messuage and two adjacent crofts on Badgeley Hill, five other crofts called Badgeley Hill croft, Wellfild croft, Avsten croft, Watertons croft and Birchenfild, 4 acres of pasture, one meadow called Farthing grove and all appurtenances pertaining to the said property in Badgeley Clynton, then in the occupation of Robert Mounkes, but which formerly were part of the lands of Richard Orshawe grandfather of the said Richard Berdge deceased. To hold the same for ever from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service. Warranty clause. Sealing clause. 22 June 10 Elizabeth [1568]. Tag and seal lacking. Endorsed: 1. [In the hand of Edward Ferrers c.1630] Orshaw Deedes touchinge ye landes of ye tenementes sometimes of Willelmi Shaw in Baddeslie Clinton nunc in tenur' Willelmi Shorte 2. [c.1839] Edward 6th and Queen Elizabeth. Deeds relating to the lands given by Dame Constance Ferrers to her son Nicholas Ferrers and his wife Margaret situate in Baddesley Clinton and afterwards sold by the said Margaret and Edward Ferrers her son with the consent of Richard Andrews the second husband of the said Margaret unto Henry Ferrers Esq. [58/13]