(1) William Burrows of the Keven, Brilley, farmer, son & heir, and administrator of the chattels, rights and credits of William Burrows, late of the same place, farmer, deceased.
(2) Thomas Watkins of Lyonshall, yeoman.
(3) Edmund Cheese of Kington, gent.
Property: Messuage orchard and garden with one little close thereto adjoining, and one little plock of meadow on the north of the close (1a.); 2 parcels of arable land in Owds Croft field (2a.): 3 ridges of land in Lower Brookes Field (½a.) a close of pasture ground called Stephens Close (2a.) all in the township of The Holme, Lyonshall.
Recites the Indenture of 1795 [CJ87/89], and also recites that William Burrows senior is now deceased,
and (1) requires the return of the capital monies. (3) agrees to take on the mortgage.
Transfer of the mortgage from (1) to (3) with the consent of (2).
Also includes a bond signed by (2) acknowledging the debt of £159 owed to (3).