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Stephen Terry Marriage Settlement 1639

 

 

This Indenture made the Seconde day of July, Anno dni 1639, And in the fifteenth yeere of the Raigne of or Soveraigne Lord Charles by the

grace of God, kinge of England, Scotland France and Ireland, defender of the faith &c, Betweene Stephen Terry of Warfeilde in the County of Berk Clerke

of the one pte, And Thomas Browne and Roger Browne of Winckfeild in the said County of Berk of the other pte; Witnesseth that whereas

the day of the date of theis putes, the said Stephen Terry is legally seised in his demeasne as of Fee simple to him and his heires for ever of and in All that

the Rectory of Parsonage and Parsonage house of Warfeilde in the County of Berk wth all and singular the Rights members and appurtenances thereof situate

lyeinge and beinge in the Parish of Warfeilde in the said County of Berk and of and in the Advowson right of Patronage and psentacon of and to the

vicarage of Warfeild aforesaid, and of and in all and singuler house buildings Glebe lands Tythes oblacons obvencons proffitts comodities emoluments and

hereditaments whatsoever to the said Rectory or Parsonage belonginge or in any wise apperteyninge, and also of and in all that peece or pcell of ground lyeing &

being about all that one messuage or tenemt late of John Marden as the same is now devided into three ptes, situate and lyeing in Warfeild, in the said County of Berk

and late was in the tenure of occupacon of the said John Marden or his assignes, Nowe in Consideracon of a marryage to be had and solempnized betweene the

said Stephen Terry and Avis Browne, daughter of the said Thomas Browne, and in consideracon of a competent Joynture to be had and made unto

the said Avis Browne for her better Releife supporte and mayntenance in time to come He the said Stephen Terry for himselfe his heires executors

administrators and assignes dothe Covenant grannte and agree to and wth the said Thomas Browne and Roger Browne their heires and assignes by theis

putes, That he the said Stephen Terry his heires and assignes, and all and every other psone and psones nowe standinge and being seised, or what

any time hereafter shall stand and be seised of or in the said Rectorie or Parsonage house Tithes Glebe lands advowson and pcells of ground, and

all other the pmisses before menconed, Shall and Will for ever hereafter stande and be seised of and in Two ptes thereof in Three

ptes to be devided, to the uses in theis putes expressed, that is to say To the use of him the said Stephen Terry untill the said marryage shall happen

to be had and solempnized, And from and after the said marryage had and solempnized, Then to the use of the said Avis Browne during her naturall life, And

after her decease, Then to the onely use of the said Stephen Terry and of his heires and assignes for ever And the said Stephen Terry for

himselfe his heires executors and administrators Covenante the and grantethe to all and wth the said Thomas Browne and Roger Browne theire heires

and assignes by theis putes, That all and singuler the said Rectory and Parsonage and Parsonage house tithes Glebe lands Advowson pcells of ground and all other

the prmisses before menconed nowe are and be at all times during the naturall life of the said Avis Browne shalbe remaine and continue to the

uses aforesaid, Free and cleerely discharged of and from all former Bargaines sales grannts Leases estate titles charges troubles and incumbrances whatsoever

had made done knowledged made done or suffered by him the said Stephen Terry or by any other psone or psones by his acts meanes assents knowledge or

pronouncement, (the Rents and serences from henceforthe to be due to the Chief Lord or Lords of the Fee or Fees of the prmisses, onely excepted

and fore prized) In Witness whereof, to one pte of theis putes, the said Stephen Terry hathe putt his hande and Seale, and to the other

pte thereof the said Thomas Browne and Roger Browne have putt their handes and Seales, dated the daye and yeere above written

                                                                Steven Terry

 

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