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Indenture of Conveyance between Chief rents Thomas Warde late of Welcombe Lodge but then of Clopton House esquire of the 1st part, Mark Philips of The Park, Prestwich, Lancashire and also of Snitterfield esquire of the 2nd part and John Reid of Newland Valley, Gloucestershire gentleman of the 3rd part. Reciting DR38/1402, it was thereby witnessed that Charles Thomas Warde in consideration of £680 paid to him by Mark Philips conveyed to Mark Philips a piece of meadow called Sixth Rowley fronting the Warwick to Stratford-upon-Avon road containing 4 acres, 3 roods and 24 perches more particularly delineated on the Map thereto being part of the premises described in DR38/1402 to the use of Mark Philips for life, remainder to John Reid during the life of Mark Philips, remainder to the use of Mark Philips and his heirs for ever. Signed Charles Thomas Warde (red wax seal) and Mark Philips (seal, Philips family's coat of arms). Witnessed by Henry Bury, solicitor, Manchester and Thomas Umbers, solicitor, Stratford-upon-Avon.