Snitterfield deeds: Phillips of Welcombe
Indentures of Lease and Release, the Release dated the 3rd July 1793 between John Mallory, late of Warwick, Captain in H.M.'s 29th Regiment of Foot (youngest son and devisee of Robert Mallory theretofore of Woodcote, gentleman deceased) of one part and Richard Smith of Snitterfield, gentleman of the other part, whereby the farm described in DR38/175 DR38/200 containing 106 acres, 3 roods and 28 perches or thereabouts consisting of :- capital messuage called the Old or Wold together with barns, garden, orchards, rickyard etc. containing 1a-2r-29p with orchard (1a-1r-4p), also a piece of land called the Lane being the road lying in front of the messuage (1a-0r-32p), also Broom Close (19a-2r-3p), Dawkins Close (13a-1r-35p), The Meadow (10a-3r-34p), Little Ridgeway (4a-2r-17p), Middle Ridgeway (9a-0r-10p), Far Ridgeway (15a-3r-16p), Broadfield (21a-0r-36p), Little Ruff (8a-0r-22p), then being part of property described in DR38/175 DR38/200 formerly in the occupation of Thomas John Millward, then of John Payton, was conveyed by John Mallory to Richard Smith for £1500 subject to the Mortgage for £1400 (see DR38/202) making the purchase money £2900. Signed John Mallory. Seal, a man's head. Witnesses: John Bree junior, and John Bahum Smyth. Lease dated 2nd July 1793 by John Mallory to Richard Smith of the same property for one year. Signed, sealed and witnessed as before.