(1) Thomas Gibbons of Sutton St. Michael, gent.
(2) Major Lloyd of Marden, farmer.
Messuage called Hockevill with barn, dovehouse, garden, two orchards belonging: toft and parcel of land and orchard where a house formerly stood (1a.) called Clarke's Orchard: piece of arable (1a. 1r. 10p.) called Hockevill Orchard, lately purchased by Thomas Gibbons of Henry Unett, esq.: piece of arable planted with fruit trees now a hopyard (2a.) called Little London, lately purchased by John Gibbons, dec.; father of the said Thomas: messuage where Roger Williams and Ann his wife formerly lived and where John Gibbons lately lived with all cottages, buildings, barns, etc., gardens, orchards, leasows, feedings, several parcels of land part enclosed and part lying in common fields and meadows, called Sutton's Upper field, the Middle Field, the Lower field and Wergins Meadow (50 acres); all lands, premises, etc. lying in Sutton St. Michael, Sutton St. Nicholas, Marden and Amberley now in occupation of Thomas Gibbons and all lands inheritance of Thomas through his father John; messuage in Pencomb called the Stone, formerly in tenure of William Turner now of John Price and all cottage, barns, outhouse buildings, etc. lands, tenements, meadows, leasows belonging; all that other messuage where William Turner lived and John Price lives in Pencomb called the Stone, adjoining the aforesaid messuages and the garden adjoining; several parcels of arable, meadow, pasture, hopground, woodland and orchard called the Pump Orchard, The Barn Close (7a.) meadow adjoining (12a.) three parcels pasture and wood ground divided (52½a.) adjoining the meadow, seven fields, closes, pieces of arable divided (66a.) belonging to the messuages, 2 hopyards (2½a.) all which lands are joining together with the Kings highway from Hereford to Grendon on the east, lands formerly of William Sirrell, Richard Turner and Thomas Spencer on west, north and south, in Pencomb purchased by Thomas Gibbons, grandfather of said Thomas, from William Wathen and Elizabeth Wathen.
For 1,000 years at pepper-corn rent if demanded, subject to proviso for redemption and mortgages to Edward Woodhouse, gent. for £4,100 and interest to Thomas Evans, gent. for securing £2,500 stock 3% Consolidated Bank Annuities and Dividends and to Sarah Evans, widow for securing £800 stock 3% Bank Annuities and Dividends.
Provided that: if Thomas Gibbons pay £252 and interest on 9 January next ensuing then term is void.