Mortgage from Thomas Archer of Umberslade esquire to Sarah Archer late of Umberslade spinster, his sister, of the manors of Tanworth, Umberslade, Monkspath, Fullwodd, Sollyhull and Henley in Arden with all woods in Tanworth and Ullenhall; messuages in the tenures of Thomas Grimes, John Baylis, Andrew Williams the younger, Joseph Bissell, John Atkins the younger, Henry Tarlton, Richard Lea, Samuel Wood, the widow Hyat or Abel Hyat her son, John Silk, John Salter, Edward Mathewes, John Lyndon, Thomas Atkins, John Court, John Hall, Benjamin Shakespear, Edward Allday, Alexander Edge, James Taylor, John Humphreys, John Lea of Monkspath, the Widow Beach, Andrew Archer, Thomas Atkins of Tanworth and others; the advowson of the church of Tanworth, rights in the fairs held at Henley in Arden and Sollyhull; messuages and lands in Sollyhull, Henley, Tanworth, Ullenhall, Wotton wawen, Packwood, Bewdesert, Whitly Aston, Aston Cantloe, and Clifford, in the tenures of William Hall, John Cooper, John Horseley, Thomas Hancox, John Hopkins, William Hopkins, John Atkins, John Tarlton, John White, Jonathon Taylor, Thomas Bates, John Worley, -?-, Widow Roper, the Rev. Mr Crumpton, ? Powell, John Fisher, Robert Clarke, Edward Lewes, Nathaniel Mason, John Tubbs and others; the capital messuage in Warwick in the tenure of George Kirk with the messuage belonging to the same in the tenure of -?-;lands and tenements in Allchurch, Worcs., in the tenure of Richard Baylis; all which property lies in Tanworth, Umberslade, Fullwood, Sollyhull, Henley, Widney and Henwood, Knoll, Longdon, Nuthurst, Hampton in Arden, Ullenhall, Wotton Wawen, Packwood, Bewdesert alias Belsert, Warwick, Charlcott, Aston Cantloe, Clifford and Allchurch, of the yearly value of £1,565; also the capital messuage called Umberslade Hall with land in Umberslade Park and land called Clayhall meadow, Stumpey meadow, Broad crofts, Heath croft, Perrills Hill, Windmill feild, Pease field, Oxbarn close, Blackmore, Moul close, and Sisly feild in Nuthurst and all lands in the demesne of Umberslade; the manor of Claredon alias Claverdon with land belonging to the same called Lodge Farm, Yarminghall Farm, Pinley Farm, and Rynhills, in the tenures of William Cumines, John Atwood, Thomas Walford and -?- Allison, vicar of Claverdon; which property was settled on the said Thomas Archer on his marriage to Katherine Tipping, daughter of dame Ann Tipping of Pyrgo Essex, August 1726, partly recited; for 1,000 years to secure £2,000. part of the sum of £5,700 which the said Thomas borrowed from the said Sarah. Signed: T Archer. Dated 26 March 13 George II. 1742. Witnesses, endorsed: Frances Meek, Mary Rowles, David Phillips. Circular seal of red wax applied to parchment, 1/2 in., a dragon's head issuing from a mural coronet. Endorsed: 29 May 1761. Surrender of the said mortgage. Signed Sarah Archer, Witnesses: Eleanor Bellwood, Thomas Augustus Cruwys. English, parchment, 28.5 x 24.5 ins., indented; 28.5 x 23 ins.