1. Charles Anderson of the city of Bristol Esq., and Sarah his wife.
2. William Brodribb of StaintonWick, c. of Somerset, Gent. and Elizabeth his wife.
3. William Lucas of the city of Bristol, Esq. and Maria his wife.
4. John Kernan Esq. late a Captain in His Majasty's Seventy Fifth Regiment of Foot, by since a Captain in His Majesty's Somersetshire Regiment, and Lydia his wife.
5. John Robert Lucas of Charleton, c. of Somerset, and Anna his wife.
6. Joanna Carter now residing in the city of Bristol, the wife of John Carter, late of Cricklade, c. Wiltshire.
(the said Sarah, Elizabeth, Maria, Lydia, Anna, and Joanna are the six Grand Nieces and Devisees and residuary Legatees named in the last will and testament of Samuel Bush, late of the city of Bath, Esq. Deceased.)
7. Ann Adams of Colford, c. Gloucester, widow and sole executrix named in the last will of John Adams the younger, late of South Cerney, c. Glouceter.
8. Henry Kent of Potterne, c. Wiltshire, Doctor in Divinity.
9. Robert Lucas, city of Bristol, Gent.
10. Anthony Kington, p. Lyncombe and Widcome, c. Somerset, Esq.
11. William Coathupe, city of Bristol, Glass Manufacturer and Samuel Carrique of Charlotte street, Bedford Square, c. Middlesex, Apothecary.
12. Henry Parry, city of Bath, Apothecary, who with 10. are the surviving trustees and executors of the said Samuel Bush.
13. John Williamson of Cirencester, c. Gloucester, Mercer, and Charles Poulton, p. Crickherde St. Sampson, c. Wiltshire, Gent. surviving assignees of the estate of John Carter.
14. William Pyne of Crowhall, p Lyncombe and Widcombe, c. Somerset, Esq.
Recites previous indentures.
Messuage in the p. Lyncombe and Widcombe called Crowe Hall (or Crow Hall) late in the occupation of Barbara Crowe but now of William Pyne, with a field adjoining, coach house, 2 stables, and a walk to the Upper Alcove, orchard and gardens;
Also, two fields used as gardens adjoining the road leading to Claverton Down in the occupation of Joseph Fisher, gardener;
Also, a messuage with orchard and garden adjoining Widcombe Street in occupation of John Bush, gardener;
Also, 1/2 acre of arable land in Widcome common field in occupation of Edward Bushell Collbee Esq.
Also, two messuages with the Old Barn, garden and orchard, lying above the messuage called The Nursery; a close of ground lying below the other garden shooting down to the brook between a messuage formerly of Elizabeth Bush on the north west, and a tenement of Francis Brankford of the south east;
Also, one acre of arable land adjoining Common Street called Bothwicks Batch;
Also, two acres of arable land being the lower part of a field called Little Field, having the highway from Bath to Claverton Down on the north, a close late of Ralph Allen on the east, a close late of Ralph Allen and Phillip Bennett on the west, and a close late of Phillip Bennet on the south;
Also, a close of ground called the New Tynning, 3 acres, late in possession of John Smith and since of william Smith;
Also, a moiety or upper part of a field called Little Field bounded out with a Meer or Meerstones marked R.A. on the upper side;
Also, a strip of ground on the top of Bowling Alley Brow (70 yards in length and 10 feet wide) where a stone alcove lately built by Samuel Bush then stood;
Also, an inclosure of arable land lying at the east side of Little Filed, late in the possession of James Grist, 2 acres.
Also, a cottage and close of arable land adjoining (1 acre), lying above the dwelling house late of John Parsons and adjoining the highway called Portway leading to Claverton Down on the north, and adjoining the highway leading by the said last mentioned dwelling house on the south, and ground late of John Bothwick on the east, and ground late of Elizabeth Mitchell on the west.
Also, a little plot of ground, part of a close called The Bowling Alley;
Also the capital messuage with coach house, stables, gardens, orchard, and pleasure ground belonging; together with a piece of meadow adjoining (4 1/2 acres) called Crowhall; a piece of arable land (5 1/2 acres); 3 messuages with garden, adjoining the first mentioned premises. All in the possession of William Pyne.
Consideration: £2250 and £500.
Seals of 1. to 12.