Lease from Thomas Throckmorton of Coughton esquire and Agnes Throckmorton widow, late wife of John Throckmorton esquire deceased to Walter Vicaressses of Tonworth yeoman and Elizabeth his wife of a messuage, garden and orchard late in the tenure of Alice Cullice widow, in Tanworth, adjoining Lodbrokes park, a close called Copp or Copps Leys and parcels of meadow ground adjoining the same, pasture ground containing 2 acres lying on the north side of the close called Copps Leys, another piece of pasture lately taken out of Windemill heath, the close called Windemill heath and the herbage of a coppice called Tylers grove, all this said property lying in Lodbrokes park; the said Thomas and Agnes reserving all timber rights; to hold for the life of the said Walter and Elizabeth, rendering annually £4.8.6d. Appointment of Francis Palmer attorney to deliver seisin. Signed: Thomas Throckmorton, Agnes Throckmorton. Dated 30 August 2 James I. Witnesses, endorsed: Thomas Ridley, Francis Palmer, Nicholas Tyrrie. 1, Oval seal of red wax on tag, 3/4 x 1/2 in., a falcon jessed and belled with wings displayed and inverted. 2, Seal of red wax on tag. Memorandum, 10 October 1604 of livery of seisin, endorsed, witnesses: Henry Chamber, Edward Waringe, William Rowley. Memorandum, 19 July 1624, of a settlement by the said Walter Vicarisse previous to the marriage of his daughter Margaret Chambers to Thomas Gardner of Exhall yeoman being an assignment of the said lease; to hold to the said Thomas during the lifetime of the said Walter. Signed : Walter Vicarisse by mark. Witnesses: Thomas Warner, Richard Edwardes, Laurence Williams. English, parchment, 24 x 10.25 ins., indented.