1. Elizabeth Sheldon of Manston, widow. 2. Richard Goddard of New Sarum, Wilts, Esq., Edward Nicholas of Awborne, Wilts, Esq., John Henbury of East Orchard, gentleman. Manor of Manston, sometime the inheritance of Christian Slade mother of (1), advowsons of Manston and Fifehead Neville, capital messuage of mansion house of Manston and all messuages etc. pertaining to manor and formerly the inheritance of Christian Slade in Manston, Fifehead Neville, Fontmell, Sturminster Newton Castle, Hammoon, Shaftesbury. Consideration: Natural love and affection towards Christian wife of Robert Rootes of Ballakilley, Co Cork, gentleman, Elizabeth wife of Robert Nicholas of All Cannings, Wilts, Esq. and Katherine wife of Thomas Young of London, gentleman, three of the daughters of (1) and 10s. Uses: to (1) and assigns for her life, then: (a) Advowson of Manston; Mayes Farm now in occupation of Elizabeth Sheldon the younger, widow of Richard Sheldon Esq.; Norwood Coppice containing 12 acres; moiety of Norwood; all messuages etc. part of said manor in occupation of William Good; to use of said Elizabeth Nicholas for life, then to Philip son and heir of Robert Nicholas and heirs male, then to Robert second son of Robert Nicholas and heirs male, then to Philip son of Robert and Christian Rootes and heirs male, then to right heirs of (1). (b) Advowson of Fifehead Neville; Great Eastfield; Little Eastfield and meadow adjoining; Southfield and meadow adjoining; lanes from Little Fountmyll bridge to Hamoone-bridge; one acre meadow adjoining Hamoone-bridge; meadow called Cashmoore, premises in occupation of Thomas Burge and John Rideout; greate-Cliffords and little-Cliffords, Rusheyleaze and meadow, the whole about 34 acres occupied by said John Henbury; to use of said Elizabeth Nicholas for life, then to said Robert Nicholas the son and heirs male, then to said Philip Nicholas and heirs male, then to said Philip Rootes and heirs male, then to right heirs of (1). (c) Grist mill in occupation of said John Rideout; Millmead Longlands in occupation of same; Conigre in occupation of said Thomas Burge; Baddes, Two Ramsills, Rook-slade, Eighteene acres and two Elverlongs in occupation of (1); to use of said Christian Rootes for life, then to said Philip Rootes and heirs male, then to said Philip Nicholas and heirs male, then to said Robert Nicholas the son and heirs male, then to right heirs of (1). (d) Thatchers-leaz in occupation of said John Rydeout; Sterts and Bushfeild in occupation of Edward and Daniel Curry; 4 1/2 acres in Stower-Meade; moiety of Westwood in occupation of (1); moiety of capital messuage and half yard of barton adjoining the street; to use of said Katherine Young for life, then to heirs male of said Elizabeth Nicholls and Christian Rootes, then to right heirs of (1). Provision for (1) to grant estates of up to three lives or 99 years on two or three lives or 21 years at will with reserved rents, (1) and heirs to stand seised until estates determine; power to revoke on payment of 10s to (2) of any of them. Signature: Elizabeth [remainder missing]. Seal: missing. Witnesses: John Leigh, Leonard Jordaine, Thomas Mathewes, Thomas Jeaynes. Endorsed: 18 October 12 Charles I. Memorandum that Elizabeth Sheldon tendered 10s to Richard Goddard and John Henbury on purpose to revoke deed. Witnesses: John Leigh, Daniell Leary (1636). 1 June 14 Charles I. Memorandum as above, to John Henbury. Witnesses: John Niccholls, Richard Henbury, Edward Curray, Richard Cole, Christopher Mills, John Apowell (1638). 7 June 14 Charles I. Memorandum as above, to Edward Nicholas. Witnesses: Francis Shelldon, Thomas Yonge, Oliver Nicholas, Richard Galhampton, James Gould (1638). 9 June 14 Charles I. Memorandum as above, to Richard Browne, John Leigh, James Gould. (1638).