Feoffment to uses from Henry Ferrers of Baddesly Clinton esq. to Francis Willughby of Cossall [Cossal], co. Nottingham gent., John Flamsteed of Little Hallam, co. Derby gent. and Steven Flamsteed of Derby gent. of closes of inclosed land called the Parke fields in Baddesly Clinton. To hold the same during the life of the said Henry in trust for George Ferrers son and heir of the said Hebrt. The said Henry appointing Henry Yearwood of Warwick gent., Roger Harrison of Barrow-upon-Trent, co. Derby yeoman and William Knight of Baddesly Clinton yeoman attorneys to deliver seisin. 12 January 1668/9. Signed: Hen: Ferrers Circular seal of red was on tag. 3/4 in. see DR3/368. A skull and cross bones. Legend: ? MEMENTO MORI Witnesses endorsed: John Beaumont; the marks of Gervase Bancroft; Roger Harrison. Witnesses to livery of seisin by Roger Harrison on 29 January 1668/9 endorsed: The mark of Roger Harrison; the mark of Richard Mould; Thomas Keck; William Lucas. Endorsed: [In the hand of Francis Willoughby c. 1670] My Cosen George Ferrers His deed from his father Henry Of the Park fieldes 12 Jan. 1668.