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£15 135. 4d.

Mary then last past until the end and term of 21 years thence next following and fully to be completed. Paying therefor yearly £15 135. 4d. at the feasts of Saint Michael the Archangel and the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary equally. And the aforesaid Lessee shall do all repairs of the premises at her own expense except Timber by the assignment of the Steward of the Lord the King there. And the aforesaid Elizabeth or her assigns shall take and receive by the assignment of the Steward aforesaid sufficient Hedgebote Firebote Ploughbote and Cartbote growing upon the premises as in the same Indenture more fully appears.

Edward Littleton Gentleman holds by Indenture under the seal of the Court of Exchequer of the Lady the Queen and the Lord the King Dated the day of

in the ist and 2nd years of the Reigns of the said Lord the King and Lady the Queen Philip and Mary. All that Water Mill and one Meadow called Lakes Meadow containing by estimation 58 acres of land. And one pasture called the Connyngre. And all [that] Rabbit Warren there.

Also one tenement built upon the Warren called the Lodge. And one pool in the same Warren. Containing by estimation 63 acres. And 4 pastures called Dodwalls whereof one was late in the tenure of Robert Rastall containing 8 acres. And all waters watercourses banks pools weirs and easements whatsoever with all their appurtenances to the said Water Mill belonging and appertaining. All which premises were lately together granted to John Prettie lately deceased and are situate [and] lying in Birmyncham aforesaid. To have to him and his assigns from the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel then last past until the end and term of 21 years. Paying therefor yearly £15 13. 4d. at the feasts aforesaid equally. Repairs at the charge of the Lessce except Timber for the repair of the aforesaid Mill and tenement. And the aforesaid Lessee and [his] assigns shall have housebote hedgebote, firebote ploughbote and cartbote growing upon the premises as in the said Indenture more fully appears.

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William Askereyec holds by Indenture made by Owin Horwood John Combes and William Kenyall, Gentlemen, Surveyors of John late Earl of Warwick and under their seals dated the 4th day of October in the 2nd year of the Reign of the late King Edward the 6th. All those the “Ryvers Strames Springs and Wattercourses ” within the park near the Manor of Birmyncham aforesaid called Holme Park. Also the pool of the said Manor with parcel of the Water called the Ottercourse or Uttercourse of the said Manor containing in breadth (the distance) from the pool aforesaid to the Butt Meadow Pale. And also One Close or pasture called Garnetts Crofte otherwise Hillfield lying within the forren of Birmyncham aforesaid. In consideration that the aforesaid William Askeryec and his assigns shall erect built and set up at their own expenses before the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel next after the date of [those] presents. One Mill called the Corne Mylne containing in length one baye and a half on the said parcel of land from the Uttercourt. And the said Mill shall be driven with the water of the said pool and the aforesaid Watercourses. To have and to hold all the premises with their appurtenances to the aforesaid William and his assigns from the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel then last past until the end and term of 21 years thence next following and fully to be completed. Yielding therefor yearly, namely, for the first year of the term One red rose at the feast of the Nativity of our Lord and of Saint John the Baptist next ensuing. And another yearly rent during the remaining term aforesaid 6os. at the feasts of Saint Michael the Archangel and the annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary equally. With a clause of Reentry on nonpayment of Rent for the space of 6 weeks after any of the aloresaid feasts. And the aforesaid William shall do all repairs of the said premises as well below the water as above and at the end of term shall leave the premises so sufficiently repaired.

Probably “Watercourse."

repaired. And it is agreed that the aforesaid William shall have great timber as well for the building of the Mill aforesaid as for the

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sustentation of the same as often as it shall be necessary within the Manor of Birmyncham aforesaid by the assignment of the steward aforesaid. And it shall be lawful for the aforesaid William to make dams and other watercourses and other conveniences and commodities to the Mill aforesaid belonging or appertaining during the term aforesaid as in the said Indenture more fully appears.

The same William and the aforesaid Elizabeth Ludford or their assigns hold by Indenture made by the Steward of John Earl of Warwick dated the 6th day of October in the 38th year of the late King Henry the 8th. one Crofte called Calves Crofte lying within tie Borough of Birmyncham aforesaid.

And one Croft called Crabtre Croft lying in the Forren aforesaid. Except a parcel of land and meadow lying between the said Croft called Crabtre Crofte and the Brook there with all great trees now growing on the premises. To have to the aforesaid Elizabeth and her assigns from the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel then last past until the end and term of 21 years thence next following and fully to be completed. Paying therefor yearly iis. 4d. at the feasts aforesaid equally. And the aforesaid Elizabeth and her assigns shall repair and maintain the ditches and drains there during the term aforesaid as in the same Indenture more fully appears.

Frauncis Coxe holds by Indenture dated the 25th day of March in the ist and 2nd years of the Reigns of King & Queen Philip & Mary Three pastures called Byrchehills containing 24 acres of Land. Also one great Meadow called Great Buxstalls containing 10 acres and a half. And also one Meadow called Little Buxstalls containing 7 acres of Land with their appurtenances lying in Birmyncham forren. To have to him and his assigns for the term of 21 years commencing at the feast thence next following and fully to be completed. Paying therefor yearly 48s. at the feasts of the annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Saint Michael the Archangel equally as in the same Indenture more fully appears.

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Thomas Smythe holds by Indenture made by the Steward of John Lord Lisley (Lisle) etc. dated the 6th day of October in the 38th year of the reign of the late King Henry the 8th. One place of land lying at the High Cross and one meadow called Butte Medowe containing by estimation two acres of land there with their appurtenances. To have to him and his assigns from the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel then last past until the end and term of 2 1 years thence next following and fully to be completed paying therefor yearly Ss. at the feasts aforesaid equally suit of Court as in the same Indenture more fully appears.

Roger Sheldon Esquire Assign of Sibell Jones, widow, holds by Indenture dated the 15th day of July in the 2nd year of the reign of the late King Edward the 6th made by the Steward of John late Earl of Warwick to the aforesaid Sibell. One more called Shawemore lately in the tenure of Margaret Warryng widow lying below the lordship of Birmyncham and Edgebaston And one several pasture called Slynge lying between [

] called Holmeparke and a lane called Coldbornefeld lane on the other side To have to the aforesaid Sibell and her Assigns from the feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary then last past until the end and term of 21 years thence next following and fully to be completed Paying therefor yearly 175. 2d. at the feasts aforesaid equally with 6d. by way of increased rent as in the same Indenture more fully appears.

William Symonds as Guardian of John Shilton Cousin and Executor of John Shilton deceased holds by Indenture dated the 6th day of October in the 36th year of the reign of the late King Henry the 8th made to the same John Shilton divers parcels of pasture called Heybarnes And one Burgage called the old Drapery and 8 parcels of Land called Great Rosells and Little Rosells and one parcel of Land called A Field with all and singular their appurtenances lying and being in the Borough and Forren of Birmyncham aforesaid To have to the aforesaid

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John Shilton and his assigns from the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel then next ensuing until the full end and term of 21 years thence next following and fully to be completed Paying therefor yearly £4 145. 2d. at the feasts aforesaid equally repairs at the cost of the lessee except timber as in the same Indenture more fully appears.

Thomas Rycrofte holds by Indenture made by the Steward of John Earl of Warwick aforesaid dated the 20th day of July in the 2nd year of the reign of the late King Edward the 6th Two pastures called Hunger Hill and Caldwalle And five pastures called The Lords Lands in Edgebaston with their appurtenances there to have to him and his assigns from the purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary then last past until the end and term of 21 years thence next following and fully to be completed Paying therefor yearly 22s. 8d. at the feasts aforesaid equally as in the same Indenture more fully is contained.

William Symonds Esquire holds by Indenture made by the Steward of the said John dated the

in the 2nd year of the reign of the late King Edward the 6th A Rabbit Warren lying upon Birmyngham Heath aforesaid with its appurtenances To have to him and his assigns from the feast of then last past until the end and term of 21 years thence next following and fully to be completed Paying therefor yearly 6s. 8d. at the feasts aforesaid equally as in the said Indenture more fully appears.

John Elyott holds by Indenture made by the Steward of the said John Earl of Warwick dated the 6th day of October in the 38th year of the reign of the late King Henry 8th One pasture called Solydens lying and being within the Lordship of Birmynghm aforesaid late in the tenure of Matthew Browne Except and reserved all wood and timber growing upon the premises To have to the aforesaid John Elyott and his assigns from the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel then last past for the term of 21 years thence next following and fully to be completed Paying therefor yearly 8s. at the feasts aforesaid equally as in the said Indenture more fully appears.

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