Lapworth, Preston Bagot, Wootton Wawen, Beaudesert, Langley, Claverdon, Honiley, Haseley, Beusale, Packwood, Wolverton, Shrewley, Warwick., and Kingstone, Heref.
Feoffment from Sir Thomas Lucy of Charlecott knight to Sir Richard Lucy of Broxborne, Herts., Bart., John Hales of Coventry, esquire, and James Prescott of Warwick, gentleman, of the manor and capital messuage of Lapworth with houses and lands; 2 small meadows near the said messuage containing 6 acres, one close called Blackfield containing 8 acres; one close containing one rood; one close called Cotefield alias Curchfield containing 3 acres; one parcel called Gostheats, which premises were now or late in the tenure of Richard Nason and John Rawson in Lapworth; the fields in Preston Bagott and Wotten Wowen called the Lords fields, parcels of arable land in the field of Whittley and Wotten Wowen late part of the said land called Lords fields, parcels of land, meadow, pasture and wood called Reeve land in Preston Bagette and Wotten Wowen now or late in the tenure of Andrew Grafton, Robert Bannister, Thomas Parker, Anne Taylor widow and Anne Gresinghame widow; one messuage with arable, meadow and pasture land in Henley, Whittley, Bewdeserte and Wotten Wawen, late in the tenure of Thomas Harp and Thomas Done and now or late in the tenure of Humphrey Gresingham and John Holiday or one of them; a messuage and close in Henley, in the tenure of Humphrey Burnell, a messuage, arable and meadow land in Henley, Whitley and Wotten Wowen late in the tenure of Thomas Done, a messuage, lands, meadows and pasture in Whittley and Bewdeserte in the tenure of Richard Slye, a cottage, lands and pasture in Bewdesert lane in the tenure of John Bawden and then of Francis Trininge; a cottage, garden and lands in Bewdesert late in the tenure of John Gostrell alias Deacon and then of Thomas Davenporte, a messuage in Langley in Claredon in the tenure of Charles Scotton with houses, buildings and lands; a messuage, orchard, garden and close in Claredon in the tenure of George Browne, a meadow of two acres adjoining the said close, another close in Claredon called Collifield close, a close called Cotteswold close, a little meadow of 3 roods called Bowers in Claredon and a piece of meadow in Claredon called Two Hades, lying near the way called Sadle Bow way; a messuage called Mowatehowse in Hunniley in Hazeley, late in the tenure of Richard Rice with houses belonging to the same; several closes in Hunniley, Hazeley and Beawsall called Cockshoote close, Middle close, Withy close, Over Orchard close, Beane furlong close, Over Dowky field and Middle close there adjoining Neather close adjoining to Harveys Land, one close adjoining Robert Archer's house and the said Middle close; 3 closes and 1 meadow in Hunniley and Beawsall called the Inglishes alias the Haylands, late in the tenure of Thomas Hill; the mansion house in Honeley and Beuwsall now called Inglishes house with a close and small piece of meadow adjoining the same in Huninley and Beawsall late in the tenure of Richard Hurtlebutte; a cottage in Honniley and Beawsall now or late in the tenure of John Winseppere, another cottage now or late in the tenure of Thomas Archer; a messuage in Packwood late in the tenure of Thomas Guilberte, a meadow called the Pingle, another called the Great Leasowes, a close called cateland, a croft called Rushcrofte, 2 leasowes called Midle Leasowes, a close called Wheatefeild, a close called Blackcrofte, a grove and coppice called Oakesgrove and all lands belonging to the said messuage in Packwood, now or late in the tenure of the said Sir Thomas Lucy, William Lewis, Robert Lewis and Richard Shakespere; one tenement in Wolverdington with 11/4 yeardlands belonging to the same in Wolverdington with lands, late in the tenure of Matthew Walford and Thomas Walford and then of William Wiatte and Richard Tomplins; a messuage in Shrewely late in the tenure of Henry Merser, one close called Slyesclose in Shrewly, lands and closes in Shrewlie called Hockstiden with lands and meadows containing 61/2 acres with adjacent meadow in Shrewly, late in the tenure of William Grafton and then of Rowland Williams; a close in Claredon called Barnemord close, now or late in the tenure of Thomas Orton; one piece of land called Kington close late in the tenure of William Grafton; lands in Preston Baggotte containing 40 acres of land, meadow and pasture late in the several tenure of Abraham Trining and John Rogers; also all other messuages and lands in Lapworth, Claredon, Preston Baggott, Wotten Wowen, Henley, Whittley, Beudesert, Langley, Hunniley, Hazeley, Bawsall Packwood, Wolverdton and Shrewley, county Warr' and also the manor of Kingston, county Hereford with messuages and lands belonging to the same; to hold for 1,000 years at a peppercorn rent, in trust to sell within the next 3 years and use the money equally among the daughters of the said Sir Thomas Lucy and Dame Alice his wife who remained unmarried at the death of the said Thomas, the said money to be paid to each of the said daughters at the age of 21 years or at their marriage, whichever occurred first, and in the meanwhile the said money to be used for the benefit of the said daughters at the age of 21 years or at their marriage, whichever occurred first, and in the meanwhile the said money to be used for the benefit of the said daughters. Dated: 8 January 10 Charles Witnesses, endorsed: John Wightwick, Rowland Corbett, Edward Meux, John Capell. Two - tags for seals. Three - heraldic seal of red wax on tag, 3/4 in. English, parchment, 251/2 x 201/2 in., indented.