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Indenture between Richard Hawkes of Hunscote farmer, William Applebee of Wolverton farm bailiff and John Gibbs of Cutlers farmer of the 1st part, William Gibbs of Songar farmer of the 2nd part and William Brown of Warwick gentleman of the 3rd part reciting that William Gibbs was seised of 5 cottages with gardens and appurtenances belonging, 4 of which were in the several occupations of James Thompson, John Clines, George Phillips and Thomas Douglass and the remaining cottage being then used as a storehouse in the occupations of the 4 aforesaid tenants together with Joseph Prue, also another cottage and garden standing near the above mentioned 5 cottages in the occupation of Joseph Prue, and reciting the Will of William Gibbs dated 2nd December 1856 whereby he devised all his real estate to the persons of the 1st part upon trust to sell the same and that the said Will was proved on 19th February 1857, it was witnessed that in consideration of £130 paid by William Gibbs to the persons of the 1st part, they the said persons of the 1st part (Richard Hawkes, William Applebee and John Gibbs) conveyed the above mentioned premises to William Gibbs for his life, remainder to William Brown during the life of William Gibbs upon the determination of the prior estate during the life of William Gibbs, remainder to William Gibbs, remainder to William Gibbs and his heirs for ever. Signed Richard Hawkes, William Applebee, John Gibbs, William Gibbs and William Brown. Red wax seal with initials W. B. thereon. Witnessed by Robert Gibbs wine merchant, Stratford-upon-Avon, Edwin Howard, Brook Street, Warwick and William Howard, Warwick.