(1) Sir John Mosley of Rolleston cty Stafford, bt
George Kenyon of Peel cty Lancaster, esq
Miles Bower of Manchester cty Lancaster, gent
(Surviving trustees of the premises and charity of Trinity Chapel)
(2) Sir Thomas Egerton of Heaton cty Lancaster, bt
Robert Vernon Atherton of Atherton cty Lancaster, esq
Rev. John Parker of Millhouse cty Chester, clerk
Foster Bower of Middle Temple in the city of London, esq
James Cooke of Manchester, esq
(1) to (2) 5 closes with their appurtenances called the Wallnees and the Banks, and 4 closes with their appurtenances in Highfield in Pendleton called the Marled Earth, the Broadfield, the Pingatt and the Mossey Field, and the yearly rent of 50s from land in Ancoats. The profits to be used to employ the minister at Trinity Chapel.
Term: 1 year
Rent: 1 peppercorn
Witnesses: Anne Kenyon
William Whitehead, attorney
Marked in pencil "No 1"