Indentures of Lease and Release, the Release dated the 15th May 1829 between Thomas Chattock of Solihull, gentleman (Devisee and sole remaining Executor of his father, Richard Chattock) of the 1st part, Thomas Chattock aforesaid and George Wakefield of Minworth in the Parish of Curdworth, gentleman (Trustees of the Settlement made previous to marriage of George Wakefield of Minworth Greaves in the Parish of Sutton Coldfield with Anne Mary Chattock, daughter of Richard Chattock) of the 2nd part and Robert Philips of the Park, Prestwich, Lancashire of the 3rd part and Mark Philips of the same place, esquire, eldest son and heir of the said Robert Philips of the 4th part. (Reciting release of legacies and portions charged upon property by Richard Chattock's Will) whereby the persons of the 1st 2nd parts conveyed the property described in DR38/325 (containing according to a then late survey thereof the several quantities of land following :- the site of the house, garden, barn and yards containing 2 roods and 10 perches, the orchard 1 acre, 0 roods and 13 perches, the far piece 4a-0r-39p, the near piece 5a-3r-34p, Great Meadow 8a-2r-31p, the Near Hill 8a-1r-31p, the Barn Close including the site of the barn and yard there 5a-2r-38p, the Near Rough 5a-1r-34p, the Far Rough 5a-0r-26p, the Pit Close 9a-0r-3p, The Middle Hill 7a-2r-1p, the Far Field 7a-0r-8p containing in the whole 68a-3r-28p now in the occupation of Thomas Mann) to Robert Philips for life, remainder for life to Mark Philips in trust for the said Robert Philips for life and thereafter to Mark Philips for life. Remainder in fee simple to Robert Philips and his heirs for £3000. Schedule of documents attached which the said Thomas Chattock covenanted to produce :- 1) Certificate of Redemption of Land Tax dated 20th June 1803 under the hands and seals of William Harding and Wriotherley Digby, esquire, Commissioners. 2) Indenture between George Wakefield of Minworth Greaves of the 1st part, Richard Chattock of the 2nd part, Anne Mary Chattock of the 3rd part, John Wakefield and Thomas Chattock of the 4th part and Thomas Chattock and Charles Allcock of the 5th part being a Settlement made previous to the Marriage of George Wakefield and Mary Ann Chattock. 3) Indentures of Lease and Release quinquapartite dated 1st 2nd June 1815 between Thomas Chattock of the 1st part, Richard Chattock of the 2nd part, Anne Maude Prince of the City of Coventry (Canterbury?), widow and John Springett Harvey Master in Ordinary in the Court of Chancery of the 3rd part, Jane Prince, then of the City of Canterbury, spinster but now wife of Thomas Chattock of the 4th part and William Fuller Boteler of Lincoln's Inn, barrister and Thomas Jesson, esquire of the 5th part being a Settlement made previous to the Marriage of Thomas Chattock with Jane Prince aforesaid. 4) Probate of the Will of Richard Chattock dated 1st November 1815. 5) Discharge dated 31st July 1823 given by Richard Charles Chattock of legacies given by their gradfather. 6) Deed Poll dated 4th April 1826 under the hands and seals of George Wakefield and Mary Anne his wife. Appointment of George Wakefield of Minworth as Trustee of Settlement in place of John Wakefield. 7) Memorandum dated 27th April 1826 signed by George Wakefield and Mary Ann his wife of Minworth Greaves and George Wakefield of Minworth acknowledging that the sum of £2000 was on 19th April 1826 converted by Thomas Chattock in £2539-13-8 Reduced 3% Annuities in discharge of the covenant made by Richard Chattock. Signed: Thomas Chattock and George Wakefield. Seal obliterated. Witnesses: John Gratton clerk to Messrs. Duckworth, Denison Humphries, Manchester and Charles Meredith, clerk to Mr. Chattock. Lease dated 14th May 1829 by Thomas Chattock to Robert Philips of the same property for one year. Signed Thomas Chattock. Seal obliterated. Witness: John Gratton.