Demise: messuage in Bridge Street, Evesham and two messauges in High Street, Stratford-upon-Avon
Demise from Pearshouse Drury of Evesham, co. Worcs., brazier, at the direction of John Acton of Bengworth, co. Evesham, ironmonger, and Luke Pyefinch of Honeybourne, co. Glos., yeoman, to John Mosley Gilbert Cheek of Evesham, clerk (reciting DR65/21-22 and a mortgage of 31 January and 1 February 1800, whereby certain closes in Evesham were mortgaged to the said Luke Pyefinch to secure £500) of a messuage in Bridge Street, Evesham in the occupation of Pearshouse Drury; to hold for 1000 years in trust for the said John Acton and Luke Pyefinch for the better securing the repayment of the said mortgages of £700 and £500. After reciting DR65/11-12, it is also witnessed that Joseph Thomas of Evesham, brandy merchant, at the request of the said Pearshouse Drury, has assigned to the said John Cheek, a term of 1000 years in two messuages in High Street Stratford-upon-Avon, (now three) two in the separate tenure of [John] Manton and Duffin, and the third untenanted, (vested in him by deed of 27 June 1797 [DR65/17] in trust to attend the inheritance and freehold of the said Pearshouse Drury) for the better securing the repayment of the said mortgages of £700 and £500, and of diverse sums of money lent by the said John Cheek to the said Pearshouse Drury.