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Stivichall deeds and papers


Lease from Arthur Gregory of Stivechale, esq. and Jane his wife, to Edmund Gregory of Warwicke, gent. brother of the said Arthur, of a capital messuage with appurtenances in the tenure of Thomas Brunt and William Brunt; all those crofts or closes called the Townecroftes lying together in the several occupations of Thomas Brunt, William Brunt, Henry Brunt, Robert Benet and Henry Walford; a little meadow lying before the said messuage in the tenure of George Gregory; and a curtilage adjoining in the tenure of Edward Westeley; all of which property is situated in Stivechale; to hold the same from Michaelmas next for 21 years, rendering annually 20 shillings (4 terms), on the condition that he does not alienate any of the said property without the consent of the said Arthur. Dated: 9 June 29 Elizabeth Signed: Edm. Gregory Seal on tag; shield-shaped, red. A saltire. Endorsed: i) Memorandum written by AG that `uppon entry maid for non paiment of rent under the ?licke covanants within mencioned', the lease was assigned by Arthur Gregory to Robert Hopton', gent., and Susan his wife, for 31 years: dated St. Peter's day, 1 James I [1603] ii) Ed. Gregory iii) A lese set by Arthur Gregory to Edmund Gregory of a mesuage in Stivichall [LG]