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Edstone in Wootton Wawen deeds: Archer of Tanworth


Quitclaim with warranty by Edward Somervile of the borough of Warwick in the county of Warwick, gentleman, to his nephew William Somervile Esquire of Eston alias Edston alias Edson alias Ederston [Edstone] of the county of Warwick, for the natural love and affection which Edward has towards William, as well as for other good causes and considerations, of all his manor of Edstone and the manor house of Edstone, with all appertaining messuages, houses, edifices, buildings, farms, watermills, royalties, privileges. closes, meadows, pastures, feedings, woods, underwoods, lands, tenements and hereditaments in Edstone, Wootton Wawen and Beerly [Bearley], to the only use of William Somervile and his heirs and assigns for ever. Edward Somervile to levy a fine in the Court of Common Pleas before the end of next Easter Term for the manor of Edstone with appurtenances, one messuage, two cottages, one watermill, one hundred acres of land, and two hundred acres of pasture for all manner of cattle in Edstone, Wootton Wawen and Bearley. Signed: Ed. Somervile. Given: 27 February 14 Charles II [27 February 1662]. Seal: red wax on tag, 1.75 in., obscured by tag. Endorsed with signatures of witnesses: Thomas Archer, Henry Smith, John Yardley. English