Lease: Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon
Lease from Lionel Cranfield Sackville Duke of Dorset to Thomas Townsend of Toddenham, co. Glouc., gent., and Mary Townsend of Alveston, spinster, executors of their father Thomas Townsend, late of Alveston, gent., of a plot of ground, three cottages etc. adjoining Henley Street in Stratford-upon-Avon, for 99 years at a yearly rent of 15 shillings, terminable with the lives of John Townsend, son of Thomas Townsend, senior, Thomas Townsend and Mary Townsend; the said lessees surrendering a lease dated 25 August 1746, made to Thomas Townsend, senior, for 99 years, terminable with the lives of Thomas Salmon of London, Thomas Townsend, senior and the said John Townsend, the ground therein described as having the lane from Henley Street into the Rother Market on the South East, the lands of Thomas Southerne on the West or North West, Henley Street on the North and the tenements of William Wright on the South or South West and the three cottages as in the tenures of John Roberts, William Wheeler and Symon Lydiatt, with garden ground in the tenure of Thomas Bott. Witnesses: Sack. Bale and W. Gardiner.