Marriage Settlement: Honington, Talton, Alderminister, Armscote, Tredington, Newbold-on-Stour, Cookham and London
Indenture of Marriage Settlement between Sir Henry Parker of Honington, Bart. and Hugh Parker, his son and heir-at-law, of the first part, the Honourable John Verney of Compton Verney, Sir John Huband of Ipsley, co. Worcs., Bart., John Smith of St. Clement Danes, co. Middx., Anne Smith, eldest daughter of the said John Smith and Ralph Sheldon of Weston of the second part, and Sir Philip Meadowes the younger of Kensington, co. Middx., Knight, and Robert Hyde of Hatch, co. Wilts., esq. of the third part, whereby in consideration of the intended marriage between Hugh Parker and Anne Smith and also in consideration of £8,000 paid by John Smith to Sir Henry Parker, they, the said Sir Henry Parker and Hugh Parker, conveyed to the persons of the second part the estate in Honington described in ER3/1991; the manor of Talton with capital messuage and other lands and hereditaments in Talton, Alderminister, Armscott, Tredington and Newbold; the manor of Spencers or Knight Ellington in the parish of Cookham, co. Berks., and other lands and hereditaments there; and a house in St. Bride, Fleet Street, in a court called Salisbury Court occupied by Sir Henry Parker; to certain uses and trusts described to the intent to settle the property upon Hugh Parker in tail. Witnesses: Samuel Grave senior, Samuel Grave junior, John Thorold and Daniel Raye. See also ER3/1999.