Consideration £3040 13s. 4d.
(a) Barnard Hyde of Boareplace, co. Kent, esq. and Margaret his wife; (b) William Morley of Halnaker, esq. (brother and heir of John Morley, late of Halnaker, esq., dec'd.); (c) Edward Heath of Cottesmore, co. Rutland, esq.; (d) William Baldwin of Chichester, gent.
Recites mortgage (to secure £3180) by lease, 19 Sept. 1658, by John Morley of Halnaker (eldest son of Sir William Morley) and George Heath of Halnaker, clerk, to Margaret, wife of the said Barnard Hyde (by the name of Margaret Morley, spinster), eldest dau. of Sir William Morley, of--
Manor of Adrington [Atherington in Climping] with the site and capital messuage of the manor (6a.); pasture called the Warren (12a.), the Outwards (18a.); arable called the Plain (30a.); pasture called the Parocke (7a.), Southwood (15a.); arable called the Eighteen Acres (18a.); bushy pasture called the Strood (8a.); arable called the Fourteen Acres (14a.), Eight Acres (8a.), South Grove (3a.), Little Grove (2a.), 24a. on S.W. side of the hamlet of Atherington and adjoining the sea beach, Windsworth Field (42a.) E. of the site of the manor and parted with the highway; three parcels of meadow lying at the three corners of Windsworth Field (3a.) one of which is called the King's Garden; meadow called Totesham or the Pump Meadow (10a.); cow pasture called Tottesham pasture (40a.); windmill on the Common Lane between Millfield common field and East Cudlow, with the mill 'bororeugh' and mill plot belonging; all other messuages, etc. part of the demesne lands of Atherington manor demised by Queen Elizabeth I to Richard Lylly, gent. by letters patent, 27 Nov. 1579.
Three parcels of land called Mancore Brook (10a.), lying E. of the farmland called West Cudlow; Freelands Marsh (6a.); marsh or brook ground called Gawnes and Truslowes Brooks (20a.), Teggebrooke (25a.); the Five Acres (5a.) next to Tottesham pasture; 4a. marsh next to the Five Acres; marsh adjoining Little Hampton Ferry (5a.), the Wypes (20a.) adjoining the river or haven there, 2a. adjoining the Wypes, Horses Brooke (12a.); all other messuages and lands demised by Queen Elizabeth I to George Stone by letters patent, 3 April 1584.
All other lands and appurtenances of the manor of Atherington which Walter Edmonds held as parcel of, or belonging to, the lands and farm called Bayliffes Court.
Messuage and 14a. land with buildings, etc. belonging in Stroodland in Climping heretofore in occ. of John Pay; 4a. marsh in Atherington sometime in occ. of Sir William Browne; ½a. arable in Atherington common field in occ. of John Pay.
Tangmere Park Meadow (19a.) whereof 3a. is bushy ground; wood or woody ground called Tangmere Park (80a.) in Tangmere.
Recites (i) that the mortgage was not redeemed; (ii) death of John Morley; (iii) marriage of Margaret Morley to Barnard Hyde; (iv) that (c) and (d) are bound with (b) to pay £103 to Mary Carre of Petworth, widow, by bond, 22 June 1659, £309 to John Wolfe of London, gent., by bond, 2 June 1660, £412 to William Wast of Windsor, co. Berks., gent., by bond, 6 June 1660, and £515 to George Arnold of London, esq. by bond 6 June 1660; (v) that (d) has lent £240 to (b).
For £3040 13s. 4d. paid to Barnard Hyde by (c) and (d) he and his wife Margaret, by the direction of (b) have assigned to (c) and (d) the remainder of the term of years in the property.
Endorsed, 17 July 1660, with the repayment of £240 by (b) to (d).