(1) John James of Bucklersbury, London, esq.
(2) Hester Combe of John Street near Bedford Row, Holborn, spinster.
(3) Henry Combe of Caroline Street, Bedford Row, Holborn, surgeon.
Consideration: For Hester Combe to give up the right of Dower in exchange for a settlement now agreed upon.
1. Capital messuage and house called Moor Court House now let to Thomas Woollaston, esq at the annual rent of £153.10s.
2. Messuage and farm called Moor Cott Farm now let to William Harris at the annual rent of £270.
3. Messuage and farm called Crab Tree Farm now let to the said William Harris at the annual rent of £70.
4. Messuage and farm called Held Farm now let to John Stephens at the annual rent of £115.
5. Capital messuage and farm called the Crump Oak now let to J. Bannister at the annual rent of £245.
6. Capital messuage and farm called Whetton’s House now let to Benjamin Stephens and the annual rent of £42.
7. Capital messuage and farm called Bolton now let to James Archibald at the annual rent of £70.
8. Messuage and house called Bond’s Green now let to J. Harper at the annual rent of £16.
9. Cottage and land near Moor Court now let to John Vale at the annual rent of £16.
10. Several other cottages at or near Moor Court let to several tenants at rent amounting to an annual rate of £10.
(1) has contracted to mortgage the above properties in order to raise the sum of £6,000, but needs to have (2) give up her right of dower, which would have an adverse affect on the mortgage. (2) has agreed to this, in return for a guaranteed settlement upon her (not specified). The property is conveyed to (3) as trustee.