Title:
Deeds: Marriage Settlement (Lease and Release)

(i) Sir John Shaw of Colchester, knight., wife Thamar, and John Shaw, esq. (son and heir of Sir John Shaw); to (ii) Elizabeth Broome of Tuppendent, Kent, widow and Joseph Hull of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, esquire; (iii) Anne Broome (second daughter of Thomas Broome, late Sergeant at Law, deceased.)

Farm called Shrubb Farm with lands called Lakings alias Shawes in Lexden; farm in occupation of [blank] Taller and wood (10a.) in occupation of Sir John Shaw in Alresford; messuage and land and marsh ground (12a.) in occupation or [blank] Harris, in West Mersea and Peldon; messuage and land (16a.) called Teles and Hubbert Croft. in occupation of [blank] Deadman in Great Totham; 2 messuages and lands in occupation of [blank] Baxter, [blank] Hull and [blank] Pledger in Witham; inn called the 'Angell' in occupation of [blank] Boykett in Ipswich, Suffolk; messuage and lands in occupation of Sir John Shaw in Colchester; 2 woods called Fowlers Wood and Neither Wood in
Scope and Content:
Marriage Settlement (Lease and Release)

(i) Sir John Shaw of Colchester, knight., wife Thamar, and John Shaw, esq. (son and heir of Sir John Shaw); to (ii) Elizabeth Broome of Tuppendent, Kent, widow and Joseph Hull of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, esquire; (iii) Anne Broome (second daughter of Thomas Broome, late Sergeant at Law, deceased.)

Farm called Shrubb Farm with lands called Lakings alias Shawes in Lexden; farm in occupation of [blank] Taller and wood (10a.) in occupation of Sir John Shaw in Alresford; messuage and land and marsh ground (12a.) in occupation or [blank] Harris, in West Mersea and Peldon; messuage and land (16a.) called Teles and Hubbert Croft. in occupation of [blank] Deadman in Great Totham; 2 messuages and lands in occupation of [blank] Baxter, [blank] Hull and [blank] Pledger in Witham; inn called the 'Angell' in occupation of [blank] Boykett in Ipswich, Suffolk; messuage and lands in occupation of Sir John Shaw in Colchester; 2 woods called Fowlers Wood and Neither Wood in occupation of Sir John Shaw in Stanway; farm in occupation of [blank] Harbart, farm and lands in occupation of [blank] Hutcheson called Vantie alias Faltie; Ravenscrofts, Raven Marshes, Pipers and Pipers Marsh, 2 farms in occupation of [blank] Francis, all in Goldhanger; farm in occupation of [blank] Rand, Tan House in occupation of [blank] Richmond, both in Langford; freehold messuage and the 'Oade House' in occupation of [blank] Love in Creeting St.Mary, Suffolk.

£1,500 paid to Sir John Shaw and his son John as marriage portion of Anne Broome.

Recites intended marriage of John Shaw and Anne Broome.

Property in Lexden, farm in occupation of [blank] Taller and wood in Alresford, property in West Mersea and Peldon, Great Totham,Witham and Ipswich, to the use of John Shaw during his life and, after his death, to Anne Broome; the remainder to their heirs. The other property (except the woods in Stanway) to the use of Dame Thamar Shaw for life; the remainder to John Shaw and his heirs or, in default of such issue, to heirs of Sir John Shaw The woods in Stanway to the use of John Shaw and, after his death, to Elizabeth Broome and Joseph Hull for 100 years
Dates of Creation:
10 - 11 August 1677 [copies, 14 December 1716]