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Stivichall deeds and papers


Lease from John Gregory of Stivechall, alias Stichall, esq., and Segrave Gregory of the same, gent., to Mary Gregory, daughter of the said John, for 20 pounds paid by the said Segrave to the said John, and 12 pence paid by the said Mary to the same, of a messuage in Stivechall with a close and a yardland in the common fields of Stivechall, now in the occupation of the said Segrave; and another messuage with a close in Stivechall and one and a quarter yardlands in the common fields of the same, also in the occupation of the said Segrave; to hold the same for 21 years, rendering annually 3 pounds (2 terms); and it is agreed that the said Mary is only a person nominated in trust for the said Segrave. Signed: John Gregory, Segrave Gregory Tags and seals cut off. Witnesses: John Kimberlee, William Nael, Richard Francklyn (by mark), Benedict Lines (by mark), Grace Gregorye Endorsed with a memorandum of assignment, dated 3 March 1652/3, from the said Mary to the said Segrave, for 12 pence, of all her interest in the above named property, to hold to the said Segrave for the residue of the term of years. Signed: Mary Gregory Witnesses: Edward Willes, John Kimberlee, William Naelle, Benedict Lines (by mark)