Lease and Release: Bridge Street, Stratford-upon-Avon
Lease dated 29 September 1679, for six months and Release dated 30 September 1679 by Edward Owen of Clifford Chambers, co. Glouc., gent., to Robert Hitchcox, gent., son and heir of Isaac Hitchcox, late of Roydon, co. Essex, gent., and of Frances his wife (the said Frances, as guardian of Robert Hitchcox an infant, being a party) of the messuage in Stratford, as in ER3/345, Isaac Hitchcox being 'cousin' and heir of Thomas Hitchcox there named, and son and heir of Robert Hitchcox, late of Ware, co. Herts., who was son and heir of Richard Hitchcox, late of Ware, who was brother of Thomas Hitchcox. Witnesses: Joseph Johnson, Michael Field and John Millward According to the endorsement by Richard Bell Wheler, the messuage was the 'Three Tuns' Public house.