1. The Rev. Thomas Whalley of Ecton, co. Northampton, Clerk, only son of Rev. Palmer Whalley late of Ecton, Clerk, deceased.
2. Mary Whalley of Ecton, widow of the Rev. Palmer Whalley and mother of no.1.
3. Elizabeth Whalley of Ecton, Spinster, daughter of the Rev. Palmer Whalley.
4. Charles James Packe of Prestwould, co. Leicester, Esq. and Catherine Maria Packe his daughter.
5. Robert Andrew the younger of Harleston Park, co. Northampton, Esq.
6. Robert Christopher Packe Esq., Lieutenant in the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards and The Rev. James Saunders of Sawtry, co. Huntingdon.
Attested copy settlement (dated 22 October 1803) before the marriage of the Rev. Thomas Whalley and Catherine Maria Packe touching the manor of Denshanger and a close called Barley Croft; closes of pasture or enclosed ground in Denshanger and lying in the West Field, the Lower Field and the Meadow; two cottages and tenements, all in Denshanger; a close of pasture being part of Thorpe Close; several closes of enclosed ground awarded to the Rev. Palmer Whalley upon the enclosure of the common fields of Denshanger and lying in the West Field, the Lower Field and the Meadow; two cottages and tenements, all in Denshanger; a close of pasture being part of Thorpe Close; several closes of enclosed ground awarded to the Rev. Palmer Whalley upon the enclosure of the commonfields of Earl Barton and lying in Ainsdale Field and Great Meadow; the manor of Cogenhoe otherwise Cooknoe, co. Northampton together with its waste ground, wood and the fishery in the Back Stream; a piece of meadow ground in Cogenhoe containing 6 acres and 20 perches and several parcels of arable land in the common fields of Brafield on the Green, co. Northampton; a parcel of arable land in Cowford field, a house called the Manor House, a newly erected house, an adjoining cottage and a close called Brittains all in pa. Cogenhoe; parcels of land containing 17 acres in the fields of Cogenhoe; a piece of "Ley Ground" in Southbridge field called stone Pit Furlong, parcels of arable ground in the Upper ffield and Billing Bridge ffield on Parson Bush Furlong, a furlong of arable land lying above Cotton Close, "butts" of arable land in Briar Furlong in Billing Bridge Field, seven "leys" on Briar Hill Layes, pieces of meadow ground in the Great Meadow, a piece of meadow ground in Ecton called the ffreebord and three osier beds in the river all in the manors or parishes of Cooknoe and Ecton together with common of pasture every year between 25 March and 1 August for 15 cows in Ballings Cowpasture under the Grove in Cartrope in the Groves and the cow pasture beyond the Fish Pools and common of pasture for 6 horses and 50 sheep in summer and 60 sheep in winter in all other parts of the fields of Cogenhoe; a tenement or farmhouse on Cotton Brook together with parcels of land in the fields, meadows, bounds and precincts of Cogenhoe containing 77 acres; closes of land containing 66 acres in pa. Cold Ashby (co. Northampton); the manor or lordship of Staffords in Kempston, co. Bedford; a capital messuage or farm in Kempton formerly in the tenure of Thomas Kilpin; closes called the Broyd, Hawcroffts or Hawcrofft on the Green, the Barn Close, Little Bushy Close, the Calves Close, Long Viccars Ffield alias Long Viccar Ffield, The Wood Close, the Great Plowed Close, the Little Plowed Close, the Moor or Moores (now divided into three parts and called the Spring Moor, The Middle Moor and the South Moor) together with 3 adjoining islands; parcels of woodland called the Great Wood, the Little Wood or Spring or Coleman's Spring; two small springs or coppices called Oxleys Spinney and Red Hill Spring; and a parcel of land containing 5 acres 1 rood 15 perches awarded to Palmer Whalley upon the enclosure of the open fields of Kempton, all in pa. Kempton, co. Bedford.