Ann Pateshall of Allensmore, widow
Edmund Pateshall of same, her eldest son by Edmund Pateshall, deceased
On surrender of Copyhold lands in manor of Pembridge Foreign. Of heriotable messuage and 24a. 1 yard land, Holly Meadow (2½ a.); 20a. the Platts and Wet Meadow (5a.), 3 parcels of pasture (3a.) called the Orley Plock and the Birchy plocks; 5 parcels pasture and meadow; 2 (9a.) called the Upper and Lower Ploughfield, 2 (1a.) called Bowbridge Plock and Whittards Plock; Crowney meadow (2½ a.); ½ a. meadow lately enclosed out of Duma Field otherwise Lady Croft; Gossey Meadow (1a.), Busty Plock (2a.); 2 closes called Gossies; parcel of meadow called the Hales; 2 ridges in Gossies field; 5 ridges in the Lower Field; parcel of pasture in Hollywall Field; enclosure. As in 13.8.1791.
Consideration: £383.10s.4d. fines and court fees paid by 1. on her purchase of premises from John Scudamore Lechmere.