"The Areley Hall Manuscripts": deeds of Alfrick, Areley Kings, Halesowen, Kempsey, Kidderminster, Martley, Mathon, Suckley and Worcester all Worcs, Ledbury Herefs, and Middleton Warks, c1230-1653; exemplifications of suits regarding the villein status of the Mucklowe family at Halesowen, 1506 and related certificate, 1518; grant of wardship of Simon Mucklow, c.1590; marriage settlements and certificates, 1542-1720; wills of John Weye of Ledbury, 1440; King Henry VIII, n.d.; Simon Ryce, 1529; William Mucklow of Worcester, 1529; Peter Mucklow of London, gent., 1548; Simon Mucklow of Yerdley Salop, 1572; Valence Sacheverell of Newhall Warks, 1664; Lydia Mason of London, 1730; inventories of goods of William Mucklow, 1529; Richard Mucklow of Kempsey, n.d. mid 16th cent.; Simon Mucklow of Erdington Salop, 1572; letter from Bishop of Worcester to Simon Baker Bakarre allowing him to proceed to orders, 1480; Martley Worcs bailiff's accounts, 1453-55; rentals of the manor of Wichenford, 1477; estate rental, n.d. mid 15th cent.; lay subsidy for Oswaldesboro Hundred, Worcestershire, 1535; estreats of a subsidy collected by Richard Mucklowe in Worcestershire, 1546, n.d. mid 16th cent; Martley manor court estreat roll, 1560; Martley and Areley Kings estate rentals, 1637; illuminated coat of arms of Brabins and Zachary family, n.d. 17th cent?; grant by Earl of Arundel allowing his free tenants at Melverley Salop to attend his court at Oswestry Salop, 1316; warrant to the sheriff of Worcs. for the arrest of Thomas Hare, 1354; admission of John and Alice Lingen to Confraternity of the Hospital of Holy Trinity and St Thomas the Martyr, Rome, 1449; writ of sheriff of Worcester for enquiry into an assault on Robert, servant of John Bourne alias Blake, 1549
The Lloyds, the present owners, derive from the Zachary family through the alliance of Sampson Lloyd with Sarah Davis Zachary, and the latter family from the Mucklows by the marriage of Thomas Zachary, of London, citizen and skinner, son of Thomas Zachary, Physician, with Elizabeth Mucklow daughter of William Mucklow described as of Leytonstone, gentleman. Both were members of the Society of Friends and the marriage took place at the Quakers' Meeting-house at Devonshire House, in Bishopsgate Street on 23rd June 1696 Nos. 17, 18.