Snitterfield deeds: Phillips of Welcombe
Indenture of Covenant between the Right Honourable George, Lord Viscount Deerhurst, eldest son of the Right Honourable George William, Earl of Coventry of one part and Richard Williams of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, gentleman of the other part whereby George, Lord Viscount Deerhurst covenanted, for the better securing payment of £8000 upon a Bond of even date, to execute a Recovery of all the hereditaments comprised in DR38/80-DR38/86 to the use of Richard Williams subject to a proviso for redemption upon the death of George William, Earl of Coventry. Signed: Deerhurst. Seal, a cock upon a sheaf of corn. Witness: James Graham. Endorsed on the back of both membranes with Indentures of Lease and Release dated 1st 2nd May 1816, the Lease for a year and the Release between Richard Williams of the 1st part, George, Earl of Coventry theretofore called Viscount Deerhurst of the 2nd part and George Kindesley of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, gentleman of the 3rd part. Reciting the death of George William, Earl of Coventry and that a Common Recovery was suffered in Trinity Term 1810 and that the parties were desirous of discharging the Bond and Mortgage. It was witnessed that Richard Williams conveyed all the said hereditaments to George Earl of Coventry in fee simple. Signed: Richard Williams and Coventry. Witnesses: George Kindersley and Hy. Denton. Bond dated 20th July 1802 by the Right Honourable George, Lord Viscount Deerhurst to Richard Williams for £8000. Witnesses: Thomas Graham. Draft of Release dated 2nd May 1816.