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Lease and Release: Great Alne


Conveyance by Lease and Release between Edward Maudick of Great Alne, alias Round Alne, yeoman (son and heir of John Maudick late of the same place, yeoman, deceased, who was the son and heir of John Maudick late of the same place, yeoman, deceased by Ann his wife, daughter and heir of William Greenhill late of Great Alne aforesaid, yeoman, deceased) and Isabell his wife to Thomas Clarson of Alcester, dyer, for settling and barring all estates tail, of the messuage with appurtenances wherein Edward Maudick and Isabell his wife then dwelt in Great Alne, and four closes adjoining called Baylies, the Slings, the Nether Long Close and Clarks Close (Nether Long Close and Clarks Close then being one close); four closes lying on top of a hill in Great Alne called Hallow Land Close, Mears furrow, the little Close, whereon a barn was then lately built and Ruddal Pitt Close; a leasow called Rushpleckshill; an enclosure of meadow, being a half part of a meadow called Alisham Meadow which was parcel of the demesne lands of the Lordship of Great Alne and lay near to Great Alne Mill, which enclosure was called Alisham, together with that part through which the Mill Way lay; also Alisham Close, containing two acres (being a fourth part of Alisham Furlong) also part of the demesne lands of the Lordship of Great Alne; also Anns Close and arable lands in the common fields, namely: in Ridgeway field, 35 selions whereof twenty lay in Withybed furlong, eight being butts shooting upon the highway from Great Alne to Aston Cantlow and seven lie in Marrydeth Furlong next to Cawdell Lodge; in Copthorne field thirty eight selions, eight in Hallow Lane furlong, one in Clark's Piece and six in Michael Pitt (all which last mentioned lands were enclosed) and twenty three adjoining Shittenfields; and all the hill leading from Hollow Lane to Sandfield Gate: in Callowfield, thirty one selions, eighteen by Slitpitt in Ironhade furlong, nine in Hogshead furlong (which nine selions were then enclosed and called the Bowling Green) and four other selions on the further side of Ironhade Furlong; a close in Copthorne divided into two called Clark's Piece and containing seven acres bounded by the land of Edward Maudick on both sides; and Hay Meadow containing two acres bounded on the west by the Glebe of the Rectory, on the East by the land theretofore of Robert Whayman, and then of John Price, on the North by the land of Robert Bloxam and by the river on the South; to hold to the use of the said Thomas Clarson and his heirs for ever, to the end that he might be tenant in a recovery to be suffered of the premises, in which recovery also it was covenanted that Bartlett Mason of Stratford-upon-Avon, gent., should be demandant; such recovery to enure to the use of Thomas Clarson and his heirs for securing a mortgage of even date (ER3/2643). Witnesses: Daniel Mason and John Quinton.

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    9 Oct 1728- 10 Oct 1728

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