1. James Gibbs of Trowbridge, c. Wiltshire, Clothier, and Sarah his wife, and James Attwood, city of Bath, Glazier, and John Pilman of Bradford, c. Wiltshire, Taylor, trustees for the said James and Sarah.
2. Benet Stevenson, city of Bath, Gent.
Void piece of garden ground situate in the city of Bath, between the Meeting House in Frog Lane and the said James Gibbs' Coach House, containing in front from the strip of ground which is pitched, being 2 feet, belonging to the said Meeting House, 23 feet, and extending backwards as far as the said Coach House does on the west, being 25 feet, and as far as the Meeting House does on the east, being 31 feet, which said piece of ground was lately in the possesion of Mary Chandler, with all ways and apputenances, except the way or passage as used to and from the garden of James Gibbs; from 1. to 2. for a term of 90 years during the lives of the said Sarah Gibbs, and Ann and Mary Gibbs, daughters of James and Sarah.
Consideration: 12s. p.a.
Covenant: That within 1 year, Benet Stevenson will build, or cause to be built, a building on part of the said ground for the enlarging and improving of the Meeting House.
Endorsed: Memoranda, regarding an agreement between the parties as to clarification of the terms of a within expressed covenant, and a further covenant and agreement from Benet Stevenson to build 2 necessary houses for the said James Gibbs' tenants upon some part of the within named land.