1. Sir Robert Henley of the Grange, Hants., Kt., Anthony Henley, esq. Robert Henley's son and heir, and Edward Haberfield of the Middle Temple, London, gent. 2. Charles Holloway of St Clements Danes, Midds. goldsmith and Thomas Dickenson of London, gent. 3. John Warter of the Inner Temple, London, gent. 1 to 2. Manor and lordship, capital messuage, farm and demesnes of Holwell; the manors and farms of Brickshaw and Butterweeke; the advowson of the parish church of Holwell. In trust that 2 will become tenants in a common recovery. Intention: 3 to stand seized in trust. (a) advowson, messuage occupied by Mary Bunter for widowhood and messuage in Glanvilles Wootton and Folk (occupied by Lease by [blank] Bunter: to use of Robert Henley, Sir Robert Henley's second son. (b) Residue in trust to use of Anthony Henley. Copy made 30 Mar 1758.