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Grant: Bridge Street and Chapel Lane, Stratford-upon-Avon


Grant from Charles Vine of Clifford Chambers, tailor and Jerome Browne of Ettington, yeoman, surviving feoffees of the messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments in Stratford-upon-Avon hereinafter mentioned sometime the lands of Sir Hugh Chesnall, knight, late of Stratford-upon-Avon aforesaid, to Henry Dighton of Clifford aforesaid, esq., William Combe of Haselor, Rowland Bartlet of [blank], co. Worcs., Richard Dighton, son and heir apparent of the said Henry Dighton, William Watts rector of Clifford aforesaid, Robert Loggin of Wincott, William Cale, Thomas Cale, Thomas Hobbins, George Morris the elder, Henry Tomms, Thomas Martyn, Edward Browne and Humfrey Silvester, inhabitants of Clifford aforesaid; John Cale, son and heir of the said William Cale, Joseph Hobbins, son and heir of the said Thomas Hobbins, William Morris and George Morris sons of the said George Morris the elder, William Martyn son and heir of the said Thomas Martyn of: A messuage or tenement in High Street in Stratford-upon-Avon, now or late in the tenure of Thomas Hitchkox of Stratford-upon-Avon, barber chirurgion, bounded by the land of William Greene on the south side and the land of Thomas Smith on the north side, and extending from the street to the lands sometime of the College, late in the tenure of William Smith and all those tofts or messe places and grounds where two messuages or tenements lately stood and were burned down in Bridge Street, in the Middle Row; one late in the tenure of Edward Noble, and bounded by the land of [ ] on the North West side and the town land of Clifford aforesaid on the South east side, and the other messe place bounded by the land late of Anthony Nashe, gent., on the South East side, and the land of the town land of Clifford on the North West side and late in the tenure of John Perkins; all which lands extend in length on the street side about sixteen yards and a foot: And all that messuage or tenement in Dead Lane, Chapel Lane and Walker's Street, now or late in the tenure of John Cox, alias Beeseley, and Robert Cox alias Beeseley; To have and to hold to the said feoffees to the only proper and absolute use and intents and purposes before this time laudably had and used, and appointing Edward Owen and Job Owen, their attornies, to take livery and seisin. Witnesses: Job Owen, Thomas Morris, Browne Welles, Richard Lacye, Joseph Phillips, Edward Owen, Baldwin Brookes and Thomas Nason.