Snitterfield deeds: Phillips of Welcombe
Indentures of Lease and Release and Counterparts, the Release dated the 15th November 1809 between the Right Honourable George, Earl of Coventry, first son of the Right Honourable George William, Earl of Coventry, deceased and the Right Honourable Peggy, Countess Coventry his wife of the 1st part, George Kindesley of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, gentleman of the 2nd part, William Domville of the same place, gentleman of the 3rd part and Thomas Graham, esquire of the same place of the 4th part whereby the said George William, Earl of Coventry granted to George Kindesley in consideration of 10/- and for the purpose of barring all estates tail and remainders and reversions expectant thereon of the hereditaments thereinafter mentioned, and for barring dower of the said Countess Peggy and for settling the same to uses thereinafter mentioned all those Manors of Snitterfield with appurtenances and all messuages lands hereditaments whatsoever of him the said Earl in Snitterfield and Bearley together with all tithes etc. (see DR38/37, DR38/38, DR38/40 DR38/44-45) to the intent that he might become a good and perfect tenant of the freehold against upon which a Recovery might be suffered in which the said William Domville might be Demandant and the said Earl and Countess Vouchees to the use of such persons, and for such estates or interests as the said Earl might appoint, by Deed or Will should appoint, to the use of the said Earl for life, remainder to the use of the said Countess and every future wife of the said Earl for life, remainder to the use of the heirs of the said Earl. Signed: Coventry, Peggy Coventry, George Kinderley and William Domville. Seals of red wax, a man's head. Witnesses: William Dean and William W. How of Lincoln's Inn. Lease dated 14th November 1809 of the same property for one year by George William Coventry to George Kindesley. Signed Coventry. Sealed and witnessed as before.