(1) Ann James of the City of Worcester, widow and relict of John James late of More Court, Pembridge, esq.
(2) John James of Guildhall Yard, London, gent, the only surviving son and heir of the said John & Ann James, and Sibbilla his wife, late Sibbilla Anderson, spinster.
(3) Thomas Thoresby of Kings Arms Yard, Coleman Street, London, gent.
(4) John Gibson of the Inner Temple, London, gent.
(5) George Dallas of Angel Court, Throgmorton Street, London and Alexander Anderson of Highgate, Middlesex, esq.
(6) Richard Price of Knighton, Radnor, gent, and Christopher Wightman of the Inner Temple, London, gent.
Consideration: the Marriage of (2)
1. Capital messuage in Lower Morecourt, with the farmhouse adjoining.
2. Messuage called Held Farm formerly in the occupation of John Powell.
3. Messuage in Upper Morecourt formerly in the occupation of Francis Traherne.
4. Another messuage in Upper Morecourt formerly in the possession of John Vale.
5. Messuage called Greensay formerly in the occupation of Samuel Vaughan.
6. Messuage called Bonds Green formerly in the occupation of Francis Adams.
7. Messuage called Bolton now in the occupation of John Traherne.
8. Messuage called Wetton Farm formerly in the occupation of John Carwardine.
9. Messuage called Crabb Tree now in the occupation of Richard Chance.
10. Messuage at Broxwood formerly in the occupation of Thomas Powell.
11. Two other messuages formerly in the tenure of Edmund Penny.
12. An orchard bought by Edmund Penny of Elizabeth Pugh.
13. Other messuages purchased from Edmund Penny by John James.
All of which 13 properties are in the parishes and townships of Pembridge, Almeley, Upper & Lower Morecourt, Wotten [sic] and Lyonshall.
14. The Messuage adjoining the Corner End in Pembridge formerly in the occupation of Benjamin James the elder and Benjamin James the younger.
15. The capital messuage called Trippleton or the Hall of Trippleton in Leintwardine formerly in the occupation of Thomas Gwinn.
16. Any other property of the said Ann James.
Recites the conveyance of 1766 above [CJ87/4].
Recites a mortgage of 1777 where Ann James mortgaged Bolton farm in Pembridge to Thomas Whittall of Clun, Salop, gent for the sum of £500.
Recites a mortgage of 1770 where Ann James mortgaged a property called Crabb Tree in Pembridge to Bridget James of Knighton, spinster, for £300 in order to set up John James junior in business.
Recites a further indenture of 1777, where the mortgage held by Bridget James, now deceased, was transferred to Richard Crowther, who also advanced the further sum of £200 in return for a mortgage held upon further properties, namely a farm and other lands in Broxwood, Pembridge.
Recites a marriage settlement made for the marriage of John James and Sibbilla Anderson where Alexander Anderson agreed to pay the sum of £2000 for her marriage portion.
This indenture is to convey the properties from (1) to (3) who will take them forward to the High Court of Chancery to sue for Common Recovery. (5) will become the trustees after that.