Kingshill in Stoneleigh deeds and papers
Demise from Arthur Gregorie of London, gent., to Henry Gregorie, Richard Gregorie, Christopher Gregorie and Edmund Gregorie, gentlemen, of his capital messuage called Hullinghull Grange with all the demesne lands, etc. in the parish of Stonly; also the lordship of Kingeshill with the mill called Rabcroft mill, water courses, adjoining croft and all other appurtenances; also a messuage with orchard and garden and arable land in the town of Stichall; also a house with a shop and garden in Smitesford Stret in Coventr' at the Broad Gait and with all other property in the counties of Warwick and Coventrie now in the tenure of Thomas Gregorie, gent.; to hold the same for 30 years, reserving to the said Arthur when he comes to Coventre from London the great parlour, the little parlour and the buttery in the house in Coventre with the chamber above the said parlour and buttery, and excepting all the houses and gardens in Stichall; rendering to the said Arthur two does and two bucks to be eaten at the house in Stichall before his departure thence to London; and the said Henry, Richard, Christopher and Edmund are to allow the said Thomas to occupy the said premises for life and to pay all charges due upon the said land. Signed: Arthure Gregorye Seal on tag: red, damaged. A diamond pattern. Witnesses on dorso; William Bissell, Richard Brokes, Henry Clerck Endorsed: i) A lease from my brother Arthure of all his landes [Edmund Gregory] ii) A leese set by Arther Gregory of the Grange Landes [LG] iii) 4 August 1 Eliz.