Claverdon, Budbrooke, Hampton-on-the-Hill, Keckthorne, Norton Lindsey, Longbridge, Langley Wolverton
Indenture of Assignment between George Eyston of Gray's Inn, Middlesex gentleman of the 1st part, the Right Honourable John, Earl of Shrewsbury and George Fortescue Turvill of Husband's Bosworth Hall, Leicestershire esquire of the 2nd part, the Right Honourable Joseph Thaddeus, Lord Dormer, Baron Dormer of Wenge, Buckinghamshire of the 3rd part, the Reverend Archer Clive of Solihull clerk and George Clive late of Paper Buildings, Middle Temple but then of Saunderstead House, Croydon, Surrey esquire of the 4th part and Thomas Metcalfe of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex gentleman of the 5th part. Reciting an Indenture dated 1st June 1814 between the Right Honourable Charles, Lord Dormer of the 1st part, the said John, Earl of Shrewsbury then described as John Talbot the younger and Francis William Talbot of the 2nd part, the Honourable Evelyn Pierepoint Dormer only surviving brother of the said Charles, Lord Dormer of the 3rd part and other persons being creditors of the said Evelyn Pierepoint Dormer of the 4th part and reciting that Evelyn Pierepoint Dormer was indebted to the several parties of the 4th part according to the Schedule thereto, it was witnessed that he Charles Dormer vested in John, Earl of Shrewsbury and Francis William Talbot a term of 100 years in all his Manors of Budbrooke also Keckthorne with the capital messuage called Grove Park House containing 353 acres together with several messuages, farm lands and cottages in Budbrooke, Hampton-on-the-Hill, Keckthorne, Norton Lindsey, Longbridge, Langley, Wolverton and Claverdon upon trust to receive the rates and profits, and therewith to keep in repair the said messuages etc. and thereafter to liquidate the debts of Evelyn Pierepoint Dormer. And reciting by virtue of the last Will of Charles, Lord Dormer dated 15th August 1816, all the hereditaments comprised in the recited term of 100 years were devised to the said Evelyn Pierepoint Dormer, afterward Lord Dormer, for life with remainders in tail to his issue, to the use of Joseph Thaddeus Dormer (then Lord Dormer) for life with remainders to his issue in tail. And reciting that the said term of 100 years was assigned by John, Earl of Shrewsbury and Francis William Talbot to James Doherty for divers considerations therein mentioned and that upon the death of James Doherty it became vested in his widow Charlotte Mary who afterwards married William James Erasmus Wilson of Upper Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, Middlesex esquire and reciting that for divers other considerations the said term was assigned to George Eyston by an Indenture dated 20th August 1847 and reciting that John, Earl of Shrewsbury and Francis William Talbot, Trustees of the Settlement of Lord Dormer's Estate had contracted to sell to Archer and George Clive the land described in DR 38/774, it was witnessed that George Eyston assigned to Thomas Metcalfe the term of 100 years in the lands referred to in DR 38/774 upon trust to attend the inheritance of Christopher Musgrove. Signed George Eyston, Shrewsbury, George Fortescue Turvill and Dormer. Witnessed by Leonard Jesse and Thomas Rossetter, clerks to Messrs. Bassett and Eyston, Gray's Inn, John Cook esquire, Hothorpe, Northamptonshire, James Francis Jones, clerk, H. Bosworth, R. Brindle, chaplain at Upton Poole, Dorset and James Greenwood, 60, Mount Street, London.