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Conveyance to lead to the Uses of a Fine: Whitnash and Bishops Tachbrook


Conveyance to lead to the uses of a Fine between John Eyres of Whitnash, yeoman, and Sara his wife, and Tymothy Eyres, youngest son of the said John and Sara Eyres of the first part, Henry Murcott of Tachbrook Mallory, yeoman, and Thomas Masters of Milverton, gent., of the second part and Daniel Eyres (son and heir apparent of the said John Eyres) and Katherine his wife, late Katherine Staunton (one of the daughters of Humphrey Staunton of Longbridge, gent., deceased) of the third part, whereby John and Sara Eyres, Daniel and Katherine Eyres and Tymothy Eyres, in consideration of the marriages then had between John and Sara Eyres and between Daniel and Katherine Eyres respectively, as well as in consideration of £400 to be paid as the Marriage Portion of the said Katherine, covenanted to levy a Fine to Henry Murcott and Thomas Masters and their heirs of certain premises in the parish of Whitnash and Bishops Tachbrook more particularly therein described to enure to uses at length also described. Witnesses: Rowley Warde, William Perkins, John Stanton, Edmund Jackeman and Ra. Davenport.