Grant from Henry Ferrers Clynton the third son of the said Henry reciting 395. whereby lands in Baddesley Clynton were assigned to provide an annuity of £30 for the younger sons of the said Henry, the said Henry now granted this annuity to the said Thomas to be paid upon the death of the said Henry by George Ferrers son and heir of the said Henry. The said Thomas to have the right of distraint if this annuity was not paid, but if the said George paid out money for the apprenticeship or preferment of the said Thomas, the said George was to hold this annuity until this sum was repaid, or if the said George paid a lump sum instead of the said annuity to the said Thomas when he reached the age of 21 years the said agreement was to be void. 14 January 1668/9 [Old style 1669]. Signed: Hen: Ferrers Circular seal of red wax on tag. 3/4 in. On a shield a lion rampant between three fleur-de-lis the whole within a beaded border. Witnesses endorsed: John Beaumont; Fran: Willughby; the mark of Gervase Bancroft; the mark of Roger Harrison; Steven Flamsteed. Endorsed: [In the hand of Francis Willoughby c. 1670] 14 January 1668 Thomas Ferers his annuity of £30 per annum After ye death of his father Hen: Ferrers.