Lease from William Mountfort of Bescote, Staffordshire, and Sir Edward Mountfort knight, his son and heir to Robert Atwood of Berwicke upon Tweed for £340 of the manor of Codbarow Hall with lands belonging to the same called Mottefield, Umbrills Close, Litlt croft, Playne coppice, Pittie lesowes, Wyseworth, Great meadow, Umbrills meadow, Bonell meadow, Foxcroft, late in the tenure of William Atwood, father of the said grantor and also lands called Great Wystone alias Wixstons late in the tenure of the said William with a cottage built on part of the same and also a messuage called Davies tenement with lands called Davies Pypers, then divided into two, Pool croft adjoining Codborow pool, Tylecrofte meadow, Pyefield, another croft called Poole croft and Long Meadow late in the tenure of the said William and all in Tanworth; to hold for 99 years, rendering annualy 24s., the said Robert to preserve crabtrees, fruit trees, oak, ash, and 'trees of Warren'. Signed: William Mountfort, Edward Mountfort. Dated 14 June 4 James I Witnesses, endorsed: for Sir Edward Mountfort: Edward Banbury, Thomas Davenporte, John Herbert, Henry Arwoode. For William Mountfort: Edward Banbury, Edward Newman, Henry Atwoode. 1, Armorial seal of red wax on tag, 3/4 in., on a shield bends. 2, Armorial seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., on a shield a sheaf of corn. Endorsed: [ contemp] Codborrow leas English, parchment, 24 x 17.5 ins, indented.