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Post-nuptial settlement (4 May 1605) of George Fettiplace, son and heir of John Fettiplace/Fettyplace of Cowlne Allwyns [Coln St Aldwyn], Gloucestershire, Esq., and Mary, youngest daughter of William Dutton of Sherborne, Esq., and made between John Fettiplace and William Dutton;
Dutton covenants to pay to John £1600 as the marriage portion on May 1st following George's 18th birthday;
recites settlement by John of the manor of Rysington alias Rysington Parva and appurtenances, and a messuage and farm in Fiddleton alias Fittleton, Wiltshire, and all other his property there and in Combe and Hackpen, described in terms in which they appear in Fines already levied by John, upon William, for a term of 99 years from the date on which the portion is payable, in trust for George and then in trust for Mary as her jointure, and determining on her death;
Dutton's powers of leasing etc. during the term defined; and covenant by John with Dutton to settle the above premises, subject to the 99-year term, and the manor or farm of Leymill in the counties of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire, and other premises as in no. 9, as to property in Fittleton, Wiltshire, upon trust for George and the heirs of the body of George and Mary, with remainder to John and his right heirs;
and as to Rysington, Leymill and Barnsley, etc., to John for life, thence to George and the heirs male of the body of George on Mary, with remainder to the heirs male of the body of John, thence to those of his father George, and ultimate remainder to the right heirs of George the elder; subject to an annuity of £5 to John's brother, Sir Edmond, charged on some part of the premises.

Post-nuptial settlement

Linked toFamily: Fettiplace/Dutton (F304920)

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