Grant of Land: Halford
Grant by Anthony Coope of Hardwick, co. Oxon., esq., to John Buller of Halford of one half part of a messuage in Halford (between the messuage of the said John Buller on the West side and the messuage of Elizabeth Mason, widow, on the East side, and extending in length from the highway to the messuage of John Smyth) and two virgates of land and one quarter of land in Halford, which premises the grantor purchased of Anthony Lee of Brydeston, co. Bucks., knight, by Deed of 4 April 1544. Appointment by Anthony Coope of Edward Coope, his son, to be his lawful attorney to deliver seisin of the premises. Memorandum endorsed of livery of seisin in the presence of Edward Dalby of Brookhampton, gent., Henry Warde of Over Pillerton, John Smyth, Richard Smyth, Richard Wright, William Elderton, Thomas Colyns and Nicholas Egynton, all of Halford, and Robert Millys of Stratford. Also endorsed with note of enrollment in the presence of Sir Richard Catesby, knight, and William Wallington, Justices of the Peace for the county of Warwick, and in the presence of Richard Hawes, Clerk of the Peace, at the session held at Warwick, 10 June 1544.