Chaddesley Corbett deed
Lease for 99 years from Sir Robert Throckmorton of Weston Underwood, Bucks. bart. and Dame Mary his wife, sister and heir of Sir John Yate, bart. deceased to Joseph Amphlett of Clent, Staffs. esq. of the right to make a watercourse, not more than four feet wide, from the corner of land called Picklewell Park in Chaddesley Corbett in the tenure of Edward Blakeway, at the bridge there lying over the brook called Chaddesley Brook, over the said ground to the common road leading between Winterfold and Bromsgrove, across the said road and along a lane to Brockencoat Green, across the Green through closes called Anneedesfields in the tenure of Edward Blakeway, with permission in time of floods and of `greate raines' to take water out of the said brook through this new cutt to water a farm called Cocketts Farm, lying below and adjoining Anneedesfields. The said Joseph was also to have the right to clean the same, and within two years to rebuild the bridge as a substantial one with brick or stone arches, over Chaddesley Brook in the place where the old bridge then stood leading from Picklewell Park to Chaddesley town, to secure the safe passage of persons and carriages having the right to use the same.