Indenture dated 12th December 1728 between Mary Smith of Snitterfield widow, Richard Ellins of Snitterfield labourer, William Jackson of Snitterfield wheelwright Elizabeth his wife and Mary Ellins of the same place spinster (which Elizabeth and Mary were daughter of Richard Ellins by Ann his wife late deceased) of the 1st part, Richard Parfitt of Snitterfield gentleman of the 2nd part and Thomas Parsons of Snitterfield yeoman of the 3rd part whereby Mary Smith in consideration of £75 paid to her by Richard Parfitt (by the direction of the paersons of the 1st part) being part of the consideration money mentioned in the Indenture of even date (see DR38/473) did assign to Thomas Parsons the residue of the term of 500 years in trust for Richard Parfitt to attend upon the inheritance (i.e. in discharge of Mortgage). Signed by the marks of Mary Smith, William Jackson, Elizabeth Jackson and Mary Ellins, also by Richard Ellins. Seal, a Roman senator's head. Witnessed by Richard Newcomb, James Clerk and William Wilcox.