(i) Sir Francis Lawley of Cannoll, wife Dame Anne and son and heir Thomas Lawley esq.
(ii) Sir Humphrey Winch of Harliford co. Bucks., Rebecca Winch one of his daughters, his brother Richard Winch of Tewing co. Herts esq., and John Walker jnr., of Little Hillingdon co. Mdx. esq.
(iii) Sir William Whitmore of Apley and Sir John Weld of Willy both co. Salop
Prior to marriage of T.L. and R.W. : for her marriage portion of £6000: manors of Cannoll and Hints, co. Staffs., and Warwick with all property of Sir F. and T.L. in those places and in Drayton, Weeford, Bitterscott, Tamworth, Facely, Packington, Bilson and Hince alias Hints, co. Staffs; and in Great and Little Sutton, Stichley and Hill co. Warwick. Manors of Burton, Callaughton, Munckhopton, Muckhall and Gosse Bradley alias West Bradley; capital messuage called Spoonhill, and all property of Sir F. and T.L. in those places and in Great Wenlock and Round Acton. Manor or capital messuage called Mammons alias Memmens alias Malmaynes, and specified property in pars. Barking, Ripleside and Dagenham, co. Essex. Annuity of £50 from manor of Bingham, co. Notts: Witn. Hum. Forster, Wm. Eardley, Ol. Smyth, C. Bishopp, A. Lawley, John Collins.