(1) Eleanor Poughnell of Bolton, Pembridge, widow, William junior, Henry & George Poughnell, John Bodnam of Noke, Pembridge, blacksmith & Anne his wife, Richard Munn of Birley, yeoman & Mary his wife, and Susanna Poughnell, being the 6 children (and their husbands) of Eleanor Poughnell.
(2) Henry Gardiner of Kings Pyon, yeoman and John Pateshall of Weston, Pembridge, gent.
(3) John Gardiner of Canon Pyon, yeoman and Henry Walter of Burghill, yeoman.
Consideration: For the settlement of the property & the issuing of several annuities.
Property: All the Messuages in Bolton, Pembridge and Almeley. Also all parcels of land in Almeley. Also the parcels of land previously belonging to John Hall. Also one parcel of land (1a) bought from John & Elizabeth Vaughan lying in Holyin field, Moorecot.
Transfer of the property from (1) to (2) as trustees to ensure the following instructions are carried out.
An annuity of £12 to Eleanor Poughnell.
An annuity of £10 to William Poughnell.
After the death of Eleanor, transfer of the property to (3) for the term of 200 years. After the said term, the property is to be for the use of Henry Poughnell and his heirs.
The following legacies are to be paid out of the property: £54 to John & Anne Bodnam.
£66 to Richard & Mary Munn. £120 each to George Poughnell & Susanna Poughnell. The legacies are to be paid within the next 3 years.
Also contains an arrangement that Eleanor is to have the use of 3 rooms in the house, the parlor, the Dayhouse, and the lodging chamber over the buttery, together with part of the garden. Henry Poughnell has inherited the house.