1. John, Earl of Bristol; Sir George Horsey of Clifton Maybank, kt; George Strode of the city of London, esq. 2. Sir John Powlett of Hyde Street, near Winchester, Hants, Kt. Recites: (a) deed of 1 June 1622 in which Sir George Horsey leased for 300 years to Sir Robert Seymour of Hanford, kt, deceased, and Philip Digby of London on a rent of 12d p.a. 'The manor of Clifton Maybank; capital messuage, farm and demesne lands of Clifton Maybank with appurtenances; all lands, tenements, meadows etc of the capital messuage etc; all Sir George Strode's property in the Town's Fields and parish of Clifton Maybank; all reversions etc; advowson of the rectory of Clifton Maybank'. (b) Remainder to Philip Digby on the death of Sir Robert Seymour. (c) Lease of 8 June 1625 in which Philip Digby leased the property to Sir John Strangeways kt, Leweston Fitzjames esq and William Sterrgent. (d) Lease of 17 June 1627 they in turn leased to Sir George Horsey the property for the remainder of the term subject to the payment of 3,120 on 20 Dec 1627 and 2,080 to Simon Digby and Walsingham Grisley.(e) 3,120 was not paid to Strangeways et al nor was 2,080 paid to Digby and Grisley so the lease of 17 June 1627 was nullified. (f) Lease of 23 Feb 1628 Strangeways et al and Horsey leased the property to George Strode for the residue of the term. Now: Strode with the consent of Bristol and Horsey for 3,000 assigns the property to Sir John Powlett for the residue of the term. Subject only to lease of 10 Oct 1629 from Bristol, Horsey and Dame Elizabeth Horsey to John Taylor of Adher, yeoman of Brickfield of Nether Brickfield Close, Clifton Maybank (40 ac) for 99 years of 3 lives (lives: John Taylor the younger and Elizabeth Taylor, son and daughter of John Taylor and Manfield Taylor son of Philip Taylor of Alveston, yeoman, John Taylor's brother).