[T]his Indenture made the Sixt [filler] day of June in the our Soveraigne Lord Charles the Second by the grace of god of England Defender of the Faith &c Annoq[ue] D[omi]ni 1679 Betweene John Hunt of Cordweyner of the one part Thomas Evance the elder of Birmingham aforesaid of Birmingham aforesaid in the said Countye of Warwick Gent\' of the other John Hunt for and in Considerac[i]on of the sum[m]e of five shillings of Lawfull by Thomas Evance and Humfrey Cookes or either of them at and before The receipt whereof the said John Hunt doth hereby acknowledge And for him hereunto espeacially moveing he the said John Hunt hath demised grant bargaine and sell unto the said Thomas Evance [filler] and Humfrey Cookes and with the App[ur]ten[a]n[c]es scituate standing and being in Molestreet al[ia]s Moorestreet in Birming[ham] the Land of Richard Millward The land formerlye of Robert Shelton gent now of street called Molestreet al[ia]s Moorestreet on att or neer all some or most parte thereof All the the tenure or occupac[i]on of the said John Hunt And alsoe all buildings outhouses edifices thereunto belonging or in any wise app[ur]teyning And the Reverseon and Reversions of every part and parcell thereof To have and to hold the said messuage or their and every of their App[ur]t[e]n[a]nces unto the said Thomas Evance and Humfrey Cookes for and dureing the terme of one whole yeare from thence next ensueing and fully to be therefore unto the said John Hunt his Exec[utou]rs Administrato[u]rs and assignes the rent baptist if the same be Lawfully demanded To the intent and purpose that by virtue of possession the said Thomas Evance and Humfrey Cookes may be in actuall possess[ion] and may be enabled to take a grant and release ...ance of the p[re]misses with the [I]n Witnesse whereof all the said parties unto these p[re]sent Indentu[res] first above written John Hunt