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Stivichall deeds and papers


Lease and release (the release missing, being a mortgage), from Francis Gregory of Stivichall, alias Stichall, esq., and Edward Watts of Kenilworth, gent., to Abraham Blick of Longbridge in the parish of St. Mary, Warwick, gent., and Sarah Bodington of Longbridge, spinster, for 5 shillings apiece, of a parcel of land in Stivichall, consisting of a plot of land in Church Field on Cross Furlong, Little and Great Lovely Furlongs and part of Arnold's piece containing eighteen acres one rood and thirty-eight perches, bounded on the west by the road leading to Warwick through the said field, on the north east by a road leading to Baginton and on the southwest and southeast by lands heretofore belonging to Arthur Gregory, deceased, which plot of land was awarded to the Master and Fellows of Christ's College, Cambridge, by the Inclosure Commissioners in full satisfaction for all their lands in Stivichall; also two pightles of land in Stivichall called College Close and Stone Acres and a piece of ground near St. James' Chapel in Stivichall on which a capital messuage and barn belonging to the said College once stood, and on part of which site the summer house of the said Arthur Gregory stood in 1741 fronting the old London road and which with the yard adjoining contains one rood; also a piece of ground on which one other house stood containing one rood and situated in Stivichall, on what was the kitchen garden of the said Arthur Gregory in 1741, abutting over against the late mansion house of the said Arthur Gregory (used as such in 1741) and the old London Road between them; all which premises are now in the tenure of the said Francis Gregory; [to secure £900. See no. 959]. Witness: K. Greenway