Writ under the great Seal to Robert Green the Escheator of Warwickshire concerning the lands of HumphreyArcher esquire deceased, taken into the Queen's hands on his death because of the minority of Andrew Archer, his son and heir, now to be restored to the said Andrew who had come of age: which lands consisted of the manor of Monckespathe in Tamworthe [sic], a capital messuage called Omberslade in Tamworthe, 100 acres of land, 30 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, 40 acres of wood and £7. 7. 4d. annual rent in Tamworthe; 2 pastures in Tamworthe, one called the Leye, containing 40 acres and the other called Monkecrofte tenement containing 50 acres; 2 pastures in Tamworthe, one called Kyntlandes containing 60 acres and the other called Bauruddynge containing 20 acres; 3 messuages in Tamworthe and 200 acres of land, 60 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture and 40 acres of wood in Tamworthe; 2 pastures in Tamworthe, one called Woodlands containing 30 acres and the other called Clarke containing 40 acres; a meadow called Woodlands meadow in Tamworthe containing 10 acres and a close called Barnecrofte in Tamworthe containing 6 acres; all which lands Richard Archer by a gift of 31 October 17 Henry VIII  conveyed to Richard Cornewalle knight and Humphrey Stafford esquire to hold to the use of the said Richard Archer and Matilda Dalamere, coheir of Edmund Dalamere, and their lawful heirs and the said Richard Cornewalle and Humphrey Stafford were seised of the said property 4 February 17 Henry VIII [1525/1526] which on the deaths of the said Richard and Matilda passed to their son and heir the said Humphrey Archer; also 5 pastures of which John Archer was seised in Tamworthe called Newlandes, Budlandes, Wyllyams heathe and Appulton' in Tamworthe containing 100 acres of land, 10 acres of pasture and 20 acres of wood which pastures the said John Archer before his death conveyed to Richard Nevell' knight, Lord Latymer, Hugh Couldey knight, Richard Emson', Edward Belknappe knights, Humphrey Stafford', Robert Morgan', Richard Huband' and Richard Poynes to hold to the use of the said John Archer, his son and heir Richard Archer and Margaret wife of the said John, daughter of the said Humphrey Stafford', and the heirs of the said John and Margaret and which lands the said Richard by a gift of 31 October 17 Henry VIII  conveyed to the said Richard Cornewalle and Humphrey Stafford to hold to the use of the said Richard and Matilda and their lawful heirs and which lands on their deaths descended to the said Humphrey Archer; also the moiety of the manor of Woodhampton', in Hereford' of which the said Matilda was seised with lands in Woodhampton' and Eston' consisting of 200 acres of land, 200 acres of meadow and 40 acres of pasture on 26 October 4 Edward VI  and which upon her death descended to her son and heir, the said Humphrey Archer; the said Edmund Dalamere died before the said Humphrey Archer being seised of the manor of Gryhampton' and Middleton' in Herefordshire with 6 messuages 300 acres of land 60 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture and 20 acres of wood which lands he had conveyed, 10 December 11 Henry VIII  to Edward Cornewalle esquire, John Hille, Edward Hopton, William Wigmore and John Nicholas TO HOLD TO THE USE OF THE SAID Edmund Dalamer and Eleanor his wife and their lawful heirs and in defaault of such heirs the said property descended to Matilda Dalamere, his sister and coheir, wife of Richard Archer and on her death descended to her son and heir the said Humphrey Archer; also a moiety of the manor of Hereford of which Humphrey Archer died seised with a moiety of the hamlet of Eston' in Hereford' consisting to 7 messuages, 160 acres of land, 30 acres of meadow, 40 acres of pasture and 12 acres of wood. Dated, 17 Elizabeth. Great seal on tongue, detached. Latin, parchment, 25 x 18 in.