Mortgage and Counterpart: Honington, Talton, Alderminister, Armscote, Tredington, Newbold-on-Stour and Cookham
Indenture of Mortgage and Counterpart between Sir Henry John Parker of Honington, Bart., Hugh Parker, John Smith Parker and Hyde Parker of London, brothers of the said Sir Henry John Parker, of the one part and Charles Kellow of the parish of St. James, Westminster, gent. of the other part, whereby the persons of the first part, in consideration of £2,000 paid to them by Charles Kellow, demised to Charles Kellow the manor of Honington and other hereditaments there including the advowson and capital messuage and hereditaments in Talton, Alderminster, Armscott, Tredington, Newbold and Cookham, co. Berks., for a term of 3000 years subject to a proviso for redemption upon repayment of the said sum of £2,000; and it was further witnessed that Sir Henry John Parker mortgaged to Charles Kellow as further security his leasehold property in Hampton-in-Arden. Witnesses: Charles Kellow junior, William Burke and Antony White.