Waldridge, Dinton, Chearsley, Towersey, Oulswick, Oakley, Brill, Weston Turville and Hichenden, co. Buckingham
Exemplification of the Inquisition held at Brickhill Parva, co. Buckingham on 28 July 7 Elizabeth  upon the death of Edward Ferrers esq. by Bartholomew Daunce esq. Escheator to the King for the county of Buckingham concerning lands held by the said Edward Ferrers in that county. The Jurors Thomas Cosens gent., Edward Belson gent., Ralph Redman gent., William Shepley gent., Edward Harte gent., Thomas Horseman, Thomas Coleman, Thomas Cooke the elder, Henry Sheppard, John Sheppard, John Ingram the elder, Richard Rey, William Edmoundes, Henry Fowler, Richard Meridall, Ralph Reynoldes and William Cleydon stated that the said Edward Ferrers was seised of lands and appurtenances in Walrige in the parish of Dunnyngton alias Dynton in the separate occupation of John Waters gent. and Nicholas Godwyne yeoman and lands in Chardesley, Towrsey, Ouleswicke, Okeley, Brihill, Weston Turvile and Heichenden, which lands the said Edward Ferrers by a deed dated 8 January 1 Mary  enfeoffed to Edward Wyndesor knt., Edmund Wyndesor esq., John Hunt gent., Humphrey Jayms, William Downes, Thomas Turk and John Wodde yeomen to hold to the uses outlined in a deed dated 7 January 1 Mary  made between the said Edward Ferrers and William Wyndesor knt. Lord Wyndesor, i.e. to the use of the said Edward Ferrers for life, then to Henry, son of the said Edward, and his male heirs, or in default to Ferdinand, son of the said Edward, and his male heirs, or in default to Edward, son of the said Edward, and his male heirs, or in default to the next male heirs of the said Edward Ferrers and Bridget his wife, or in default to the said Edward Ferrers and his heirs. The said lands in Walrige, Dunnyngton, Ouleswike, Chardesly, Towrsey and Weston Turvile were held of Henry Lee knt. of the manor of Quarington [?Quarrendon, co. Buckingham] in socage for fealty and a rent of 21s. 4d., the annual value being £22 14s. 8d. The said lands in Okeley and Brihill were held of George Turrel esq. of the manor of Okeley in socage for fealty only, the annual value being £3 14s. The said lands in Heichenden were held of William Dormer knt. of the manor of Ravingsmer [?Ravenstone co. Buckingham] in socage for fealty and a rent of 5s., the annual value being 13s. 4d. Edward Ferrers died 10 August 6 Elizabeth  and Henry Ferrers his son and heir was 14 years of age on Lady Day last. Inspeximus dated 22 April 17 Elizabeth . Great seal in natural wax on tag. 5 in. Somewhat defaced. Endorsed: [In the hand of Edward Ferrers c.1630] An office founde of certaine landes in Buckingamsheere after ye death of Edw: Ferrers esqr: [c. 1839] 28th. July 7th. Elizth. Exemplified under ye greate seale: [c.1839] 22d. April 17th. Elizth.