1. John Kidley of Fownhope, clerk, Rebecca his wife, formerly Gillim, spinster
2. Herbert Abrahall Lloyd, late of Foy now of Draycott, Derbyshire, esq., administrator of Percival Lloyd of Foy, deceased, his father.
3. Richard Aubrey of Clehonger, esq. John Calvert Clarke of Barbican, London “Chymist”; James Phillipps of Much Dewchurch, esq., - trustees of will of Edmund Pateshall of Allensmore, esq., (heretofore called Edmund Lechmere).
4. Ann Pateshall of Allensmore, widow and executrix of Edmund Pateshall.
5. John Whitmore of Hereford, esq.; Edwin Sandys Lechmere of same, gent – trustees in Marriage Articles of Edmund and Ann Pateshall.
(a) John Beeston of the Moor, Salop, clerk
(b) Scudamore Lechmere of Fownhope, esq. Jane, his wife (only daughter of Edmund Pateshall)
Of property specified in Ms. 10 April 1759, of Rebecca Gwillim and John Kidley, assigning in trust two terms of 99 and 1000 years (recited).
Recital of 18 July 1752 between
(a) George Sawyer of Westminster, Middlesex, esq.,
(b) John Pateshall of Allensmore, esq.,
(c) Rebecca Gwillim, later Kidley
Reciting mortgage 18 Oct 1743 for securing £2400 on messuages lands, etc. in city of Hereford, parishes of Pembridge and Staunton upon Arrow, purchased by Walter Pateshall, deceased, 3 messuages and farm called the Ryes and Knapp, Lyonshall (formerly 2 farms) in possession of Thomas James, messuage or tenement. And farm in Lyonshall called Hunton Farm, and water corn mill Huntons Mill, formerly in possession of Walter Harris thereof Richard Harris; pieces called Balls Land, Lyonshall, in possession of Joseph Jasper; cottage called the Smoaky House, Pembridge, in possession of William Taylor; cottage in Pembridge of John Wilding.