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Lease: Chapel Lane, Stratford-upon-Avon


Lease from Henrie Rainsforde of Clifforde Chambers, esq., Edward Browne, husbandman, and Barnabie Rutter, blacksmith, proctors of the lands belonging to the said town of Clifford and Charles Vine, John Browne, William Cale, John Hobbins, and Richard Browne, husbandmen of Clifford, to John Beesley alias Cox of Stratford-upon-Avon, carpenter, of a cottage or tenement in Dead Lane, alias Chapel Lane alias Walkers Street, newly erected by the said John Beesley alias Cox, containing by estimation two bays with a back side or garden plot to the same belonging, containing in length three score yards and in breadth ten yards, bounded on the West by the land now of John Hawle, gent., late the land of the dissolved priorye of Pinley Holt, and on the East by the land, late belonging to the abbey of Reading, and now the land of William Wyate, gent.; for thirty-one years for the annual rent of 13s 4d. Witnesses: John Salesburie, William Hewes and William Biddel.