1. John Scudamore Lechmere of Fownhope esq.
2. Ann Pateshall of Allensmore, widow of Edmund Pateshall of same, deceased
On promise to pay £1900 to convey before 30 January next all copyhold or customary messuages etc. in manor of Pembridge, viz. messuage, etc. in Bury and Weston (surrendered on 18 Nov 1721 by Mary Edwards to use of John Pateshall of Weston, Jane his wife and Edmund his brother: surrendered 21 Oct 1724 to uses: Admission 21 Oct 1724 of Edmund Pateshall as heir to brothers Thomas and John); 3 crofts and little parcel of arable at copit Stocking Croft (6a.) in Bury and Weston (surrendered same date by Anne Clarke to same); messuage and 24a., 1 yard of land, 1 meadow (2½ a.) called Holey Meadow, 20a. meadow and pasture, 2 meadows (5a.) called the Platts and Wet Meadow, 3 parcels of rough land (3a.) Meadow, 20a. meadow and pasture 2 meadows (5a.) called the Platts and Wet Meadow, 3 parcels of rough land (3a.) called the Orley Plock and the Brichy Plocks; 5 parcels of meadow and pasture: 2: (9a) called Upper and Lower Ploughfield, 2 (1a) called Bowbridge Plock and Wittards Plock, 1 meadow called Crowney (2½a); ½ a, lately enclosed out of Dumma Croft; 1a. of Gossey Meadow; 2a. called Bushy Plocks; 2 closes called Gossies (4a.); 3a. called the Hales; 2 ridges in field called Gossies (½a.); 5 ridges in Lower Field (½ a.); 1a. pasture in field called Hollywall; meadow (1½ a.) called the Small Meadow; 3½ a. called Ploughfield; 6½ a. in the Lower Field; 2½ a. in field called Towns; 1a. near lower end of the Nut Field; 4a. in the West Field; 1a. in same adjoining The Gorst Common; 3a. in the Lower Field at a place called the Broomey Land (further details given); Ploughfield Meadow (¼ a.); Longley Sitch Meadow Plocks (1½ a.); the Lower Field with the freeboard and a meadow adjoining (½ a.); Bushey Plocks and Gossey Meadow (5a.); several pieces (2a.) viz. 2 ridges in Broomy Land, 5 butts 9 ridges and 2 ridges in the Lower Field; 2a. in same; 3 ridges (½ a.) in same; 11 ridges at west end of same; 15 butts in same, 5 ridges in same, 2 ridges and 1 butt in same; 3 ridges 1 parcel meadow called the freeboard (1a.) in same; all in village of Bury and Weston (surrendered 19 Oct 1827 by Edmund Pateshall to Jane , widow of John Pateshall, Edmond Pateshall, and John Pateshall, Close (1½ a.) in the West Field (surrendered by Eleanor Weal Oct 1829 to Edmund Pateshall and John Pateshall)
2 pieces (1¼ a.) (surrendered 1841 to John Pateshall, son of E.Pateshall) cottage called the Smoaky House and lands (surrendered 21 Oct 1824 by Henry Bowyer to J.Pateshall and E.Pateshall, messuage, barn, (2¾ a.) (surrendered 1841 by Ann Turne, widow to J.Pateshall)