Demise from Hannah Field alias Grew of Atherston and Paul Grew of Atherston grocer to Richard Walter of the borough of Warwick, feltmaker, for £17 of a messuage in Jury Streete in the borough of Warwick in the tenure of Thomas Smith, Job Paddy and Thomas Wells; to hold for 1,000 years at a peppercorn rent. Signed: Hannah Field alias Grew by mark, Paul Grew Dated: 13 April 20 Charles II Witnesses, endorsed: Thomas Heath, Thomas Wyse, Job Paddy. 1. Tag for seal 2. 2 Seal of red wax on tag Endorsed: 7 August 16772 Administracon of the goods of Richard Walter was comitted to Joan Walter alias Smith wife of Thomas Smith at Worcester. [Contemp.] Hannah Grew Paul Grew to Richard Walter. Assignment from Thomas Smith of the borough of Warwick, feltmaker, and Joan his wife to Thomas Archer the younger for £32 paid by Thomas Archer of the said borough esquire of the above demise; to hold for the remainder of the said term at the said rent. Signed: Thomas Smith, Jone Smith Dated: 16 August 24 Charles II 1672 Witnesses: Edward Mills, Thomas Flinte, Hugh Billesley, George Parker. 2 circular seals of black wax, 1/4 in., applied English, paper, 153/4 x 111/4 in., indented.