Snitterfield deeds: Phillips of Welcombe
Extract from Snitterfield Inclosure Award. Allotment to the Earl of Coventry of 118 acres, 3 roods and 33 perches lying in the Common Fields called Steers Corner, Pale Lane and Flaxlots Fields in lieu of tithes. Allotment to William Bradford of 163a-1r-38p lying in the Common Fields called Merce Field, Homehill Field and Stonehill Field. Allotment to Richard Jago of 8a-3r-10p being one close called Nicholas Close (theretofore) belonging to the Earl of Coventry, all that field called Brook Field containing 142a-3r-26p, also one field called Wakers Close containing 10a-1r-36p. Also several pieces of ancient inclosed land heretofore belonging to the said Earl of Coventry called Brickiln Close, Long Close, West Manareth Hill, Tomes New Leasow and the North end of the New Leasow containing 32a-2r-23p in lieu of Glebe Lands, Common Rights, tithes etc. due and payable from Lord Coventry to the said Richard Jago as Vicar of Snitterfield for the farm called Luscomb and Heath End. Allotment to John Waker of 85a-2r-11p lying in the Common Fields of Snitterfield called Mercefield and Hungerhill Field. Signed by William Oakes Hunt, Deputy Clerk of the Peace for the County of Warwick.