(1) Thomas Cox of the parish of All Saints in the City of Hereford, perukemaker.
(2) Edward Cox of All Saints, innholder, nephew of the said Thomas Cox.
(3) William Thomas of the said parish of All Saints, wheelwright.
Consideration: An annuity of £20 to be paid to (1); the settlement and conveyance of the property to (2); and 5 shillings.
Property: Messuage where the said Edward Cox, innholder, lives in the parish of All Saints in Eigne Street near to Eigne Gate and commonly called the Maidenhead.
Conveyance of the property from (1) to (2) with (3) as trustee. Also recites a Lease dated 1 Oct 1699 between John Maylord of the City of Hereford, gent., and Richard Cox of the City of Hereford, clothworker, where John Maylord leased a property to Richard Cox for the term of 99 years at an annual rent of 45 shillings. The property is described as a messuage in Eign Street, previously in the possession of Edmund James, with a house of Mr Edmund Weaver, but now of the widow Mayo on the east side, Bowsy Lane on the west side, a garden formerly of the said John Maylord but now of Thomas Honiard on the north, and the said Eign Street on the south. Transfer of the lease forms part of this conveyance. Also, a second (exact) copy of the release.