Marriage Settlement: Whitnash
Settlement on the Marriage of Daniel Eyres of Radford Symiley, gent. (son of Daniel Eyres late of Whitnash, clerk, deceased) and Elizabeth Garle, spinster, daughter of Thomas Garle of Shawell, co. Leics., gent., being a covenant by Daniel Eyres and his sister Hannah Eyres of Warwick, spinster, to levy a fine to Thomas Pratt of Lutterworth, co. Leics., gent., and Benjamin Morley of Frolesworth, co. Leics., gent., of a messuage and close thereto adjoining with appurtenances in Whitnash in the occupation of John Lovett; one yard land of arable meadow and pasture with appurtenances in the common fields of Whitnash enjoyed with the said messuage; and a parcel of meadow with appurtenances in the common fields of Whitnash in Mill Quarter and called Priests Peice, also in the occupation of John Lovell; to enure to the use of Hannah Townsend of Radford, widow (mother of the said Daniel Eyres junior) for her life, with remainder to the use of Daniel Eyres for life, then to the use of Elizabeth Garle for her life, and then to the use of the heirs of the bodies of Daniel Eyres and Elizabeth Garle. Witnesses: Thomas Garle, Ann Pope, Richard Garle and John Smith.