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Baddesley Clinton


Settlement made between Henry Ferrers of Baddesley Clinton esq. and John Ferrers of Fiddington co. Gloucester gent., previous to the marriage of the said John to Eleanor sister of the said Henry, whereby the said Henry granted to the said John an annuity of £10 from his lands in England to be paid at Lady Day and Michaelmas in equal portions, the first payment to begin at the first of the said terms after the said marriage had been performed, with condition that upon the payment by the said Henry to the said John of £100 within three years the said annuity should cease. 18 July 34 Elizabeth [1592]. Signed: Henry Ferrers Seal of red wax on tag. 1/2 in. A flower with six petals. Witnesses endorsed: Thomas Handford; Margaret Handford: Lawrence Handford; the marks of Walter Fulwell; Thomas Warde. Endorsed: 1. [In a contemporary hand] Anutye of 1011 owte of HF lande 2. [In the hand of Edward Ferrers c. 1630] John Ferrers his anuity of x l. per annum graunted to him by Henry Ferrers 3. [c. 1839] 1592 1617 [344a]