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Declaration of Uses to a Recovery: Halford


Declaration of uses to a Recovery made between William Halford the elder of Halford, gent., and Thomas Townsend of Alveston, gent., of the first part, William Gibson of Shottery, gent., of the second part, and Thomas Halford of Halford, son and heir of Thomas Halford late of Halford, deceased, of the third part, reciting no. ER3/2320, that a messuage with orchard, garden, backside, barns and inclosures thereto belonging called Upper Close and Lower Close situate in Halford in the occupation of Thomas Halford, a cottage with barn and appurtenances late in the tenure of Stephen Cox and then in the tenure of Thomas Halford aforesaid, and three yard lands of arable meadow and pasture in the common fields of Halford then in the tenure of Thomas Halford, should enure to the use of Thomas Halford, his heirs and assigns for ever. Witnesses: Thomas Samon, Thomas Hodgkins, William Higgins, Francis Barnard junior, Thomas Ainge and Henry Izod.