1. John Pateshall of Allensmore, Herefordshire, esq., only son and heir of Edmund Pateshall, deceased.
2. John Wakelin of Inner Temple, London, gent.
3. John Weeston of the Moor, Salop, clerk.
Deed to bar entail of manor and lordship etc. of Allensmore, Herefordshire; capital messuage (where 1 dwells) called the Court of Allensmore; messuage or tenement (Thos. Preece); decayed messuage or tenement (George Foot) called Wenlands Lower House (now T.P.); decayed cottage (formerly Sibil Wenland, now T.P.); messuage or tenement in Winnall called Wellingtons otherwise Rogers House (Richard Philpotts); tenement and barn in Winnall called Preeces Farm (R.I.); cottage or tenement near place called the Grove Pool with the smith shop (Thos. Webb); cottage or tenement near to the Goosepool (Thos. Morgan); cottage or tenement in Winnall (George Beavan), all Allensmore. Messuage or dwelling house and gardens in All Saints in City of Hereford in Widemarsh Street (now Elinor Ravenhill, widow) messuage of Thomas Winston on south, decayed m. of Thos. Phillips esq., on north and said street (on west); messuage or tenement farm in Pembridge called Weston (Thos Dykes tenant); messuage or tenement and farm in same called Marston (John Ferras, tenant); messuage etc. the Ryes and Knapp in Lyonshall (Thomas James, tenant); messuage etc. Lyonshall Farm (Thos. Woodhouse) in Lyonshall; messuage in Hinton (Richard Harris) in Lyonshall; Stocklow (Samuel Powell) in Staunton upon Arrow, 2 pieces called Bulls Lane (Joseph Jasper) in Lyonshall, cottage or tenement The Smoakyhouse (William Taylor) of Pembridge; cottage or tenement (John Wilding) in Pembridge, cottage or tenement (Anne Davies, widow), in Pembridge, in late estate of Edmund Pateshall deceased or of Walter Pateshall, and John Pateshall his late uncles.