Properties owned by Shrapnells
Henry Shrapnell, the Elder`s Will for 1681
I give unto my daughter Mary Deverell the wife of Anthony Deverell one shilling. I give unto the four children of my daughter Rebecca Alderwicke the sums of five shillings a year of good money. I give unto my daughter Edith Hodges, wife of John Hodges one shilling. I give unto my daughter Alice Marvin, wife of Robert Marvin one shilling
give unto my grandchild Hanna Shrapnell, daughter of John Shrapnell, one bed,
I give unto my daughter Ann Webb, wife of Francis Webb the sum of ten shillings of good money and I give unto Sarah Webb, my Grandchild
do give unto my son John Shrapnell of Trowbridge, in the County of Wiltshire, Cooper,.......
Henry Shrapnell`s Will for 1688
Noah at her marriage or from thence unto my son Zachariah to give and bequeath my ground called Puddocks ... give & bequeath ten shillings a piece and unto a widower viz, Ann Batchellor, Mary Ruth, Mary Rogers & Alice Holbrook
Lease 5 Sept, 1692, for consideration Grant to Edward Deverell of Bradford , Rough Mason all that cottage or dwelling house (
1692 between Z. Shrapnell 1st part and George Lowell
Z. Shrapnell 1st part and Richard Gardener other part All that new erected Messuage, tenemant 35 feet in length and 201/2 feet in breadth situate and being in Bradford adjoining to the Orchard of said Z. Shrapnell on the north- east side thereof to the way enjoyed in common between Zachariah Shrapnell and Richard Gardener and their tenants on the south & near and adjoining to the Tenement of William Wastfield an the south west side , there of and about 27 feet in length on South west Corner of said Tenement(484) & running even there with down towards the said William Wastfield's House there being only a way 6 feet wide to part the same from the ground granted to William Wastfield (489?) (No Where Lane)

Deeds relating to United Church, St. Margarets Street
The deeds for the site go back to 1693, when Richard Gardener, a carpenter, sold two messuages or tenements adjoining each other, with a stable, in or near St. Margaret's Street to John Plurrett, a fellmonger (who was also the first Pastor of the nearby Baptist Chapel). These two cottages (demolished in 1964) stood on the north-west side of our pathway. Included in the sale was a close of pasture land, which was 50 feet long by 42 feet wide (Meeting House site), bounded by the garden wall of William Beasor and also by a garden adjoining a tenement being erected by Edward Deverell, which seems likely to be one of those still there in St. Margaret's Place.
Will of John Shrapnell 1728
I John Shrapnell of Bradford in the County of Wiltshire Cloth Drawer do make this my last will and testament in manner following: Imprimus I give unto my Wife Anne Shrapnell my houses with their appurtenances at or near a place called Morgans Hill now in the several tenures and possessions of Thomas Moody, Richard King, Walter Williams and the widow Harvey and her son for and during so many years of my term and Estate therein as she shall happen to live and after her decease I give to my Nephew Joseph Shrapnell the said houses with their appurtenances now in the possession of the said Thomas Moody and Richard King the residue of my term and Estate therein provided he leaves any issue of his body living at the time of his decease and my other two houses above mentioned with their appurtenances after my said wife's decease I give to my Niece Grace Shrapnell for the residue of my term and estate therein provided she leaves any issue of her body living at the time of her decease but if either of them my said nephew and niece shal1 die without such issue as aforesaid then I give the said houses With their appurtenances of such of them so dying without such Issue to the survivor of them and if such survivor shall die without such issue as aforesaid then I give all the said houses with their appurtenances unto my said cousin John Shrapnell of Bradford aforesaid, Clothier and his assigns for the residue of my term and Estate herein an the rest of my goods, chattels, moneys, Towels, Plate and Personal Estate I give to my said Wife and do make her sole executor of this my will- l6th October 1728- John Shrapnell, in presence of William Pryor, Brewer.
Will of John Hodges, father in law of William Kendall, 1715
I John Hodges of Ashley in the Parish of Bradford in the County of Wiltshire, Serge maker,
Item I give to my daughter in law Mary Hodges the house that Richard Hollyday lives in on Morgans Hill
Item I give to Mary Kendall, daughter of William Kendall and her assigns all that the House that George Foxell (?) lives in on Morgans Hill and backside and way there to belonging during the term that is on if thee paying the Lord sent to Mr Shrapnell
appoint my daughter Mary Kendall to be whole and sole executrix of this my last will and testatment .. Thomas Bush, John Brouse and John Willett to be Trustess of thisn my last will and Testament unto whom I do give 5 shillings appoint in Witness whereof I do hereunto lett my hand and seal this second day of January 1715, sealed, signed and published in presence of Edward Baily, Thomas Holbrook, Thomas Bush Jnr.
Poor Rates:1742 Mr Z. Shrapnell-11d. 1754 -9 Mr Z. Shrapnell -11d & for Kendall 3d. 1774 -80
Zachariah Shrapnel 7d rates and for Kendils 3d rates 1767 Shrapnells 7d Kendalls 3d

4 Mar. 2 Wm. & M. 1689. Surr: by Richard Alderwick Senr. who held by Copy dat. 8 act. 1 Jas II. for his own life & the lives of his s. & dau. Richard. & Ann A, a Customary Tent. etc.(with the use of a well in common with William Bayly). Grant of same to William Kendall for his life & the lives of James Hodges, & Martha dau. of the said J. H. of Ashley in p. of Bradford, worsted-comber.Rent p.a. 2'. 11 d Heriot 18. Fine, xij'i. (Sigs) Francis Powlett.Rob' Beach, Steward. [Endorsed] 31 Oct 1711. supervised by Rob'Beach, Stewd. 7° Aug. 1722 Surrendered by the within named. (Sig.) Randolph Webb, Steward.

Will of Zachariah Shrapnell 17th May1723
Nephew Zachariah Shrapnell shall advise grant convey and assure unto my said Nephew all that Messuage, Closes, Lands and Heridiaments situate at Leigh in the Parish of Bradford aforesaid with my said Dear Father gave to my said Brother Noah,
my cousin Samuel Shrapnell, Bradford aforesaid Iron Monger and to my cousin John Shrapnell Cloth Drawer ... my cousin John Bailward of Bradford
I give and bequeath unto Mary Bishop (now wife of John Bishop of Bradford aforesaid, Scribbler in case she shall survive her said husband the use of their now dwellng house in Bradford
give to Elizabeth Wastfield, daughter of William Wastfield a suit of Mouming. Item I give and bequeath unto Thomas Kervill my said Nephew Zachariah Shrapnell and my said cousin John Bailward to be overseers of this my Will

1723 Marriage Settlement between Zacahriah Shrapnell(1694-1761) and Elizabeth Minifree of Staplegrove Jas. Minifie, Sergemaker of Staplegrove, near Taunton, Somerset.

A Marriage settlement for the wedding of Zaccariah Shrapnell to Elizabeth Minifree in 1724 (W.R.O. 212b - 489)
Zaccariah Shrapnell, Clothier Marriage Settlement of a New House at Wingfield, Westwood, Wingfield + 6 Messuages in St. Margarets St + Morgans Hill in Bradford. (1) Shrapnell, Zaccariah (2) Minifrie, James, Esq. Of Staplegrove. (3) Minifrie, Elizabeth, Spinster, Daughter of James. (4) Clarke, Jepp esq, of Ninehead, Somerset. Henry Shrapnell of Taunton Dean, brother of Zachariah. (5) Camplin, Thomas, Clerk of Brenton Ralph. John Bailward, Gent of Bradford. 1 st page of document deals with new built house (Midway Manor) at Wingfield and a list of related fields. The second sheet details: …… half acre of Pasture lying by the Highway leading from Bradford to Westwood which last said mentioned premises are situate lying and being in the Parish of Bradford and Wingfield aforesaid and were lately purchased by the said Zaccariah Shrapnell partly are to him and his heirs in Fee Simple from Richard Guppy and others and also all those six several messuages or tenements and premises with their appurtenances there to belonging situate and being in a street or place called St. Margaret`s Street and Morgans Hill in Bradford aforesaid and now or lately were in the Tenure or occupation of the said John Bailward, Anthony Sims, Sarah Hopkins, James Morris, Robert Deverall, and Elianor Alderwick, and all houses , outhouses and ediffices, Buildings, Barnes, Stables, Orchards, Garden, Lands, Meadows, Pastures…………………………. ………. Released to said Jepp Clarke and Henry Shrapnell, their assigns………………………… term of 500 years to said Thomas Camplin and John Bailward, their executors……….. Elizabeth Winifree… intended wife …. Said Thomas Camplin and John Bailward

Will of Zachariah Shrapnell 1794
messuage or mansion House wherein I now Dwell situate and being in St. Margaret's Street in Bradford aforesaid together with the offices, Garden, Paddock, Stable, Chaise House
Also all that Messuage or tenement near adjoining to the said Mansion House in St. Margaret's Street aforesaid with New Workshop and other Appurtenances thereunto belonging now in the Occupation and Renting of Benjamin Richardson, Cloth worker. Also all that Messuage or Tenement Situate at the Bottom of a place called "Nowhere Lane" in Bradford aforesaid with the New Building adjoining and Appurtenances belonging now in the occupation and renting of Richard Sheppard
and also Lands commonly called Beggars Bush , Little Field and Tyning, Prentite(?) Land, Baily's Barn, figure(?) Winter Leaze and Raynard in Bradford
those three tenements with the two closes of Pasture grounds there to belonging with Right of Common appertaining situate and being in Bradford Leigh in the Parish of Bradford aforesaid and now in the occupation of Edward Prare(?) and all those two closes of Pasture Land situate and being at Camberwell in the said Parish of Bradford and now in the occupation of Posthumous Bush
In St Margarets Street, Morgan`s Hill and Nowhere Lane in Bradford aforesaid and now in the Occupation of Renting of the widow Baily, Issac Gibbs, Thomas Brown, Dr. Browne (Apothecary) James Mead, William Gerrish, Thomas Paul John Holbrook, Widow Dicks(?)
Deeds relating to properties in Morgans Hill, Nowhere Lane and St. Margaret's Street adjoining the Particular Baptist Chapel, Bradford-on-Avon, formerly part of the Bishoprick estates of the Manor of Monkton Farleigh and Cumberwell
....All that piece or parcel of void ground being the site of 3 messuages formerly in the occupation of Thomas Brown, widow Baily and Hannah Gibbs and afterwards of William Holbrook and William Hanny (now Bindings). But now untenanted the tenements formerly standing thereon having sometime fallen down and also that messuage in St. Margarets Street formerly occupied by Ebenezer Brown Apothecary, now by Joseph Mundy (now Saxty`s) and also that messuage in No Wheres Lane formerly occupied by Thomas Crook (t/no.487) and also that messuage in Morgans Hill formerly in occupation of William Gerrish afterwards and of late by Jane Abrahams and that messuage in Morgans Hill in occupation of Thomas Paul afterwards of James Mead and now Malachi Mead and also those 3 messuages adjoining each other on Morgan`s Hill formerly in occupation of Jane Sara Orchard, John Holbrook and Widow Dicks (?) and now of John Gibbs, Jane Green and Joanna Piles and all houses, outhouses … Zachariah Shrapnel Warren said John Lutin as tenant.
John Long of Tilshead Ldge & Joseph Mundy of Bradford Clothier , 1820 granted by Rev. Zachariah Shrapnell Warren of Oakham , Rutland 20 year lease sum of £4 formerly in the possession of William Hood, but now in possession of Robert Barton N. Side and a house formerly in possession of Ebenezer Brown now Joseph Mundy on or towards south part , rent of 2/- to John Long suit & service to court of John Long kept in Manor of Monkton Farleigh and Cumberwell.
An Indenture dated 14th February 1824 refers to a document dated 14th November 1823 with Zachjariah Shrapnell Warren and his wife Maria for the 1st part, John Bush for the second part and John Lukin for the 3rd part. Isaac Green , a Slubber, purchases the house and the garden behind,situated in Nowhere Lane for £50 from the Warrens. It was formerly in the occupation of James Mead (died 1814), afterwards of Thomas Crook sure of John Mead as tenant, now untenanted.
8 St Margaret's St (Bindings Electic Shop)
Owner James Batten (son of Isaac deceased) Lease & Release 13th & 14th Feb. 1824 from Rev. Zachariah Shrapnell Warren to Issac Batten & Trustee (Issaac Batten Builder. All that piece or parcel of void ground late the site of 3 messuages or tenements and garden formerly in the occupation of Thomas Brown, Widow Bayly and Issac Gibbs and afterwards of William Holbrook and William Henry (Hanny). Situate and being in St. Margaret's St in Bradford containing about 10 1/2 perches more or less, bounded northerly and by in part eastwards by a messuage cottage and premises belonging to General Shrapnell and in the occupation of William Wrightman & others. Southward and in other part towards east by a messuage, cottage and premises called "The French Horn", belonging to Samuel Provuis and in occupation of John Holby and others and Westward by St Margaret's St. William Hamilton Warren married by license to Elizabeth Shrapnel H.T. 1794, Elizabeth Shrapnell baptised 1757 daughter of Zachariah. & Lydia.

This indenture made the first day of February 1868 between Henry Fricker of Bradford on Avon, plumber and glazier ( herein called the mortgager of the one part and Anne Pickard of West Ashton in the County of Wiltshire, spinster (herein called the Mortgagee) ...residue of a term of 1000 years created by a certain Indenture of Lease dated the first day of February 1695 a consideration of the sum of £700 to the said Mortgager paid by the said Mortgagee
Firstly all that Messuage or Mansion House now in the possession of the said Mortgager situate lying and being in St Margaret's Street in the town and Parish of Bradford in the County of Wiltshire with the offices gardens paddock stable coach house yard and garden to the same adjoining and belonging and which are marked on the Tithe Map of the said Parish with the numbers 457, 482 and 458 in the Book of Reference to the said map stated to contain together 5 roods and 1 perch
..and also all those workshops with the land, outbuildings and erections and premises belonging thereto adjoining the last described hereditaments leading out into Nowhere Lane and numbered 488 and the said Tithe Map and in the said Book of Reference therefore said stated 8 perches and which said workshops formally consisted of three cottages or tenements but have recently been converted into workshops by the said Henry Fricker and which are now in or lately was in his possession and part of the same in the occupation of Charles Long Builder.
And also all those 2 messuages or tenements formally one messuage, also situate in St Margaret's Street aforesaid and adjoining the Mansion House first described with the yard and outhouses to the same belonging no 456 on the same Tithe Map and in the said Book of Reference stated to contain 14 perches)
and also in those 4 tenements or dwelling houses with their yard and garden passage and appurtenances to the same belonging and adjoining on the north side of the Mansion House first described also situated on the same street called St Margaret's Street and numbered 459 on the said Tithe Map and in the said Book of Reference thereto stated to contain 14 perches more or less and now or lately in the several occupations of Thomas Jones, Frederick King, James Holton and one void.
And also all those 2 tenements or dwelling houses with the stable yard, garden and appurtenances to the same belonging in situate lying and being on Morgan's Hill in the said town and Parish of Bradford aforesaid nos. 481 and 483 on the said Tithe Map and in the said Book of Reference hereby stated to contain 8 perches more or less together
Secondly All those 4 Cottages or tenements with the plot piece parcel of ground occupied as garden or gardens to the same situate lying and being at a place called the Square on Morgan's Hill in the Town and parish of Bradford in the said County of Wilts now or late in the respective occupation of Joseph Bainton, Robert Jones and William Bainton and the other said
Thirdly and also all those 5 several Messuages or Tenements situate and being at or near Saint Margaret's Hill in the Parish of Bradford aforesaid and adjoining the last described Cottages or Tenements and now or late in the respective occupation of Joseph Austin, William Uncles, Rachel Wheeler, Alfred Bryant and William Hesart(?) unexpired of the said several terms of 1000 years and 1000 years and subject to the said proviso for redemption hereinafter contained Provided also that the said mortgager his heirs, executors administrators or assigns shall on the 1st august next pay the said mortgagee her executors or administrators or assigns the sum of £700 with interest for the same in the meantime after the rate of £5 for £100 by the year without any deduction or abatement whatsoever except the property or income tax then the Mortgagee … signed Henry Fricker and Ann Pickard

properties detailed are:456,457,458, 459, 481 ,482, 483and 488
Indenture made 1st June 1896 between Julius Augustus Fricker 1st part, Elizabeth Pickard for the second part and Albert James Beaven and Hubert Applegate of the third part the heridiaments mentioned as 457 and 459 and portions of 456 and 458 were conveyed.(Now Odournet)
left on 1st day of June 1896 all principle monies and interest within written mortgage were paid and discharged by Julius Augustus Fricker but no conveyance was executed by the mortgagor. memoradum
that by indenture dated 25th day March 1914… of first part being … Emily Fricker and Sarah Agnes Fricker of second part and John Molton of the third part within mentioned hereditaments 481 482 483 and part 458 were conveyed to the said John Molton and his rights to …

21 St. Margaret`s Hill
Lot2 An Auction of Henry Fricker`s Properties November 14, 1899
Nine Stone built and stone tiled tenements with the Gardens and Premises, numbered and being 20 to 26 inclusive, St. Margarets Hill and 6 and 7 St. Margarets Steps, and now or late in the respective occupations of Edward James Brown, Ellen Comely, Samuel Bray, George Bainton, and others, and producing when fully let a gross rental of £32 12s 8d per annum. The purchaser of this lot will not be entitled to the closet and water tap on the adjoining site belonging to Mr. Julius Fricker. As to five of the Cottages in this lot, the same will be sold for the residue of a term of 1,000 years and subject to a yearly rent of 11 shillings.
426 House, and garden, John Shrapnell (Himself)
439 Two houses, and two tenements, William Shrapnell (Thos. Lloyd & others
456 Two houses, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (Joseph Channing Pearce & others)
457 House, and garden, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (Joseph Channing Pearce & others)
458 Garden, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (Joseph Channing Pearce & others)
459 Four tenements, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (Joseph Channing Pearrc & others)
481 House, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (Joseph Channing Pearce)
482 Stable, and yard. Gen. Henry Shrapnell (Joseph Channing Pearce & others)
483 House, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (Joseph Channing Pearce & others)

488 Three houses, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (Joseph Channing Pearce & others)
615 In Great Winter leys/arable, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (George Spencer)
616 Grip Wood/wood, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (George Spencer)
623 Near Ray Mead/arable, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (George Spencer)
625 In Ray Mead/arable, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (George Spencer)
809 In Little Field / arable, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (John Davis)
812 In Little Field/arable, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (John Davis)
815 Tining/arable, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (John Davis)
824 Prentice/pasture, Gen. Henry Shrapnell(John Davis)
845 —/pasture, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (John Davis)
983 Deynton's [Dainton'sJ Crave/arable, Gen. Henry .Shrapnell (Thomas Mizen)
984 Deynton's [Dainton's] Grave/arable,Gen. Henry Shrapnell (Thomas Mizen)
985 Part of Elms Cross/arable.Gen, Hemy Shrapnell (Thomas Mizen)
986 In Westwood Field/arable, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (Richard Little)
990 In Westwood Field/arable, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (Richard Little)
998 In part of Corner Land/arable,Gen. Henry Shrapnell {'Thomas Mizen)
998a In Red Gale Ground/arable,Gen. Henry Shrapnell (Thomas Mizen)
1002 In Common Field/arable, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (Richard Little)
1004 Rough Close/arable, Gen. Henry Shrapnell (Thomas Mizen)
1229 House, and two tenements, James Shrapnell (Himself)

8-9 St. Margarets Hill(Morgans Lodge)
10-11 St. Margarets Hill
18/19 St. Margarets Hill

Deeds for 18/19 St. Margarets Hill, Bradford on Avon

This Indenture made the 12th September 1727 between Thomas Burgis of Trowbridge, Tyler of the one part and Richard Hawkins of the same place . Whereas Zachariah Shrapnell, late of Bradford, Clothier leased 5th September 1692 did sell unto Edward Deverell of Bradford, Rough Mason, all that Cottage wherein the said Edward Deverell then dwelt situated in part of the said lands of the said Zachariah Shrapnell called the Halfe. and also 25 feet in length as belong to the said Zachariah in breadth which is situate northwards along before the front of the said dwelliong house and also so much of the ground of the said half on the North West side as the same house containsinlength and as rangeth from the south west side straight forward unto the lands of Richard Gardner and other lands of the said Zachariah Shrapnell yearly rent of 10 shillings. The said Edward Deverell built on part aforesaid premises one other tenement and afterwards transferred the Estate unto William Kendall of Ashley , Clothier during all of the remainder of the 1,000 year suite which the said William Kendall asigned all the said rented premises unto John Hodges of Ashley , who gave unto his grandson Henry Kendall all that Tenemant wherein Richard Holliday then lived situate on Morgans Hill
whereas the said Mary Hodges suite dead The said Thomas Burgis for £130 paid by the said Richard Hawkins bargains the said dwelling house.(W.R.O.G13/150/26)

1842 2nd September
John Alloway, otherwise Parfitt & wife assigns property in Morgans Hill to Mr Robert England - 1,000 year lease for an annual rent of 4 shillings. He pays £28 for property

31/33 St. Margarets Hill
10/12 St. Margarets Place
Deed in Wiltshire Record Office 31/33 St. Margarets Hill and 10/12 St. Margarets Place, Bradford on Avon (w.r.o. 150/6)

This Indenture of 14th February 1824 between the Reverend Zachgariah Shrapnel Warren in the County of Rutland, Clerk of the first part James Green of Bradford, Slubber of the second part and Joseph Green, Slubber of the third part. Refers to sale between Zachariah Shrapnel Warren and Maria his wife and John Lukin. For the consideration of £210 to the said Zacharih Shrapnell Warren.. a messuage or tenement situate and being in Saint Margaret`s Hill aforesaid formerley in the occupation of John Holbrook and now in the occupation of James Green as Tenant and also that messuage or tenement situate in St. Margarets Hill formerly in the occupation of Benjamin Dix and now in the occupation of Joanna Pile, widow as tenant near and adjoing the last descibed messauge And also that other messuage or tenement situate near St. Margarets Hill formerly in the occupation of... Orchard, but now in the occupation of John Gibbs as Tenant.
Church Rate for Bradford on Avon from Easter 1808 to Easter 1809
Occupier, Proprieter, Description, Rates (W.R.O. 77/3)
St. Margaret`s Hill(Morgan Hill)

Bull - Issac Giddings House
Gay - Minah Giddings House
Fisher - Joseph Giddings House
Bull - Robert Cadby-Robert House
Rivers - William Cadby-Robert House
Watson - John Cadby-Robert House
Dunn Mrs Baptists House
Martin - Daniel Baptists House
Cahndler - Martha Baptists House
Lay - Sibyl Little - John House
Hayter - Thomas Little - John House
Newman - Mary Little - John House
Symes - Isaac Little - John House
Fisher - John Little - John House
Parrot - William Budgett - James House
do. stock
Jennings - Mary Renison Mrs House
Duck - John Renison Mrs House
Tribe - John Gale - William House
Tribe - James Gale - William House
Ferman - Edward Gale - William House
Adye - William Gale - William Stable
Hicker R.B. Richardson House
Biggs - Hester R.B. Richardson House
Bird - Joseph R.B. Richardson House
do. Stock
Holbrook - John Warren House
Townsend - Betty Mrs. Scotcher House
Raike - George Mrs. Scotcher House
...............Jones ReesHouse
Wyatt - Thomas Jones Rees House
Mitchell - Ann Jones Rees House
Rose - William Jelly - late House
Hilliar - Thomas Rayner - Anne House
Halliday - John Rayner - Anne House
Alderwick - Betty Rayner - Anne House
Pitman - Benjamin Rayner - Anne House
Howell - John Rayner - Anne House
Man - Abraham Rayner - Anne House
Symes - Jane Taylor - James- Late House
Mead - James Warren House
Withers- Henry Shrapnell - Colonel House
Green - Joseph Shrapnell - Colonel House
Hancock - William Shrapnell - Colonel House
Thrush - Thomas Jelly - late House
Tuck - Thomas Jelly - late House
Hulbert - James Jelly - late House
Abram Jane Warren House
Mead - James Warren House

Griffiths Budgett - James House
Gardner - Ann Budgett - James House
Gay Thomas Budgett - James House
Fishlock Joseph Budgett - James House
Bradby - Ann Budgett - James House
Parker - George Budgett - James House
Pollard - Thomas Budgett - James House
Nutt - Thomas Budgett - James House
Coles - Matthew Budgett - James House
Aland - Thomas Gale - William House
Hayle - John Jelly - late House
Andrap - James Jelly - late House
Humphries - Elizabeth Jelly - late House
Shill - John Jelly - late House
Taylor - Jacob Taylor - Jacob House
Halliday - Elianor Jennings - John - late House
Biggs Mary Rayner - Anne House
Biggs John Rayner - Anne House
Nigard - James Huntley - James House
Challenger - Henry Huntley - James House
Dix - James Dix - James House
Parker - Benjamin Dix - James House
Ackerman - James Sleigh House
Pearce - Thomas Sleigh House
Hodges - Robert Baily - Thomas House
Gibbs - Mary Baily - Thomas House
Biggs - John Baily - Thomas House

Bush`s Alley (now St. Margaret`s Place)

John Gibbs
- Warren House

1915 Mr A.E. Scrope Shrapnel of 18 High Street, Harbourne, Birmingham sells remainder of 1,000 year lease to Thomas Andrews for annual rents of £1 and £1-10-0d

Four houses on Morgan`s Hill -nos. 16,17,27 and 28 now nos. 6,7, and 17 St. Margarets Hill

leases dated 1st February 1695 and 5th May 1697
5 houses 4,5,6,6a and 7 St. Margarets Hill now nos. 1,2,3,4 and 5 St. Margarets Hill

27th October 1689