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Indenture of Assignment between William Charnley of Newbold Pacey gentleman and Joseph Smith of Fern Hill in the Parish of Kenilworth yeoman assignees of the estate and effects of Thomas Walford money scrivener and chapman, a bankrupt, of the 1st part, Stephen Nason of Wolverton clerk of the 2nd part and Edward Croft of Warwick gentleman of the 3rd part reciting DR 38/939 and that Thomas Walford had become a bankrupt, and that a Commission of Bankruptcy had been issued against him directed to Francis Wheler esquire, Richard Wright and Enseby Silvester gentlemen who had appointed William Charnley and Joseph Smith assignees of the estate and effects of Thomas Walford by a Deed dated 23rd January 1752, it was thereby witnessed that William Charnley and Joseph Smith in consideration of £221 to them paid by Stephen Nason and of 5/- to them paid by Edward Croft conveyed the Annuity of £30 per annum (limited by DR 38/939 to Thomas Walford issuing out of lands conveyed to Stephen Nason and therein described) to Edward Croft for the remainder of the term of 39 years determinable upon the lives of Thomas Walford and Elizabeth his wife and the survivor of them in trust for Stephen Nason to be disposed of as she should direct. Signed William Charnley, Joseph Smith, Stephen Nason and Edward Croft. Seal a demi griffin. Witnessed by John Richardson, Joshua Harborne and John Sproson.