Indenture of Assignment between Thomas Greenway of Warwick esquire (surviving Executor of Edward Croft late of Warwick deceased gentleman) of the 1st part, William Harding late of Hampton Lucy but then of Alveston esquire of the 2nd part, William Priest of Fillongley gentleman - Joseph Harding of Solihull gent (Assignees in Bankruptcy of Charles Henry Hunt) of the 3rd part, Charles Mills of Mansfield Street, Marylebone, Middlesex esquire of the 4th part and Sir Richard Carr Glynn baronet an Alderman of the City of London of the 5th part. Reciting DR 38/1057, DR 38/1059 - DR 38/1066, and that the freehold reversions of the terms had become vested in Charles Henry Hunt and that Edward Croft had died having by his Will appointed Thomas Greenway and Richard Croft of Stourbridge, Worcestershire gentleman his Executors, and reciting DR 38/1077 and Indenture of Bargain and Sale dated 14th August 1800 (recited in DR 38/1082) and reciting DR 38/1080 and the recitals of DR 38/1082 (in part), it was witnessed that Thomas Greenway in consideration of 10/- to him paid by Sir Richard Carr Glynn, at the direction of William Harding, William Priest, Joseph Harding and Charles Mills assigned the several terms of 500 and 1000 years in the hereditaments described in DR 38/1057 to Sir Richard Carr Glynn in trust to attend the inheritance of Charles Mills. Signed by the persons of the 1st, 2nd - 3rd parts. Red wax seal with letter Mentioned thereon. Witnessed by R. Loveday, clerk to Mr. Greenway, Thomas Mason of Coventry and Thomas Clements, clerk to Mr. Mason. Letters addressed to Mr. Mason attorney of Coventry from Robert Hobbs of Stratford-upon-Avon and Thomas Heydon of Warwick dated 12th December 1803 and 14th January 1804 respectively respecting the title of Mr. Wright to the mortgage term.