(1) Joseph Boulcott of Yarpole, clerk, and Mary his wife, and Sir Herbert Croft of Croft Castle, baronet.
(2) Elizabeth Price of the City of Hereford, widow.
Property: Messuage and Inn commonly called and known by the name of the Maidenhead in the parish of All Saints within the city walls near Eign Gate, in a street called Gilfords Street. The property is situated between a tenement occupied by Edward Powell, clothworker, on the east side; a lane adjoining the walls of the city on the west side; and extending in length from a back lane called Wroughtall Lane southward to Gilfords Street northward.
Conveyance of the property from (1) to (2), with £60 of the purchase money going to Rev & Mrs Boulcott, and £40 to Sir Herbert Croft as repayment of the mortgage.
Attached are receipts from Joseph Boulcott and Sir Herbert Croft.