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Snitterfield deeds: Phillips of Welcombe


Attested Copy of an Inquisition taken at Nuneaton before William Gregory, gentleman, the Escheator of the said Lord the King for the County of Warwick, by virtue of a Writ Diem clausit extremam directed to the Escheator, to enquire in to the death of Charles Hales, esquire of Newland in the County and City of Coventry, lately deceased, by the oaths of Samuel Perkins of Attleborough, gentleman and 19 others Jurors, concerning the family of Hales and hereditaments in Coventry being an estate called Newlands. Also hereditaments in Exhall, Keresley, Foleshill, Bedworth, Cowley and the Manor of Snitterfield with appurtenances and of a messuage, divers lands and appurtenances thereto belonging called the Manor of Luscombe in Snitterfield, also certain lands in Snitterfield called Comyns Fields, Comyns Leas, Padyes Hill, Hollow Meadow reputed to be the Manor of Comyns and of Messuages in Snitterfield then in the occupations of John Wauker and Thomas Loson, also four other messuages in Snitterfield, Beerley, Fulbrooke and Lease Heath and certain portions of tithes of corn and sheaves, also a pasture or enclosed land called New Leasowe.