Mortgage by John Woolmer, senior, of Stratford-upon-Avon, gent., and John Woolmer, junior, of Gainsborough, co. Linc., mercer, his son and heir, to Robert Fotherby of London, salter, of a close in the nether end of Church Street in Stratford and a barn of four bays on the same, built by, and late in the occupation of, Thomas Taylor, baker, and now in the tenure of George Hurst and Anthony Bell for 500 years, to secure payment of £150 and £4. 10s. 0d interest on 13 October next.
Witnesses: Charles Durham servant to Joseph Woolmer, Elizabeth Baker servant to John Woolmer the elder, Joseph Woolmer, Matthew Pepper servant to John Woolmer junior, J. Robinson clerk to Sir Willoughby Hickman.
|Date:||13 April 1695|
|Held by:||Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, not available at The National Archives|