Indentures of Lease and Release, the Release dated 25th June 1840 between William Edden of Alveston gardener of the 1st part, Thomas Edden of Alveston yeoman (then an infant of the age of 19 years) of the second part, Ann Woodfield of Tiddington widow of Daniel Woodfield of the same place labourer of the 3rd part, William Berry of Stratford-upon-Avon yeoman Mary his wife of the fourth part, Richard Mousley of Snitterfield cordwainer Elizabeth his wife of the 5th part and Edward Cooper of Henley-in-Arden gentleman of the 6th part whereby all that piece of ground in Snitterfield bounded on the North by land belonging to Henry Smith, on the South by the Public Highway leading from Snitterfield to Pathlow, on the East by a cottage the property of William Allcock and on the West by a garden and premises theretofore the property of William Thorn but then of Henry Smith containing 270 square yards, also a messuage built by William White deceased then in the occupation of Richard Mousley together with another cottage adjoining the last mentioned messuage, also in the occupation of Richard Mousley was conveyed by William Edden in right of his wife Sarah, Thomas Edden their son, Ann Woodfield and William Berry Mary his wife (which Sarah, Ann, Mary and Elizabeth, wife of Richard Mousley were co-heiresses of William White deceased) to Richard Mousley for £90. Signed William Edden, Thomas Edden, Ann Woodfield (by her mark), William Berry (by his mark), Mary Berry, Richard Mousley and Edward Cooper. Common stamp seal. Witnessed by Edward Potter Worth, C. S. Noble and Thomas Umbers solicitor Stratford-upon-Avon. Lease dated 24th June 1840 between the same parties of the same property for one year. Signed and sealed as before. Witnessed by Edward Potter Worth and C. S. Noble.