Ann WHITMORE 
Witness's at Anns baptism: Geo Wright Esq, Mary Wright his wife, Mrs Ann Green
Reference: D/DQ 84/45 ERO
MANORIAL DOCUMENTS AND OTHER RECORDS OF BELCHAMP WALTER, FOXEARTH AND PENTLOW
Deeds of Manor of Foxearth
Conveyance (Bargain and Sale Enrolled) for L11,141 19s.
(i)Ann Whitmore of Polstead (co.Suff.), spr., (dau. and devises of Sadler Whitmore of Wiston [Wissington], decd.); (ii) John Whitmore of Polstead (co. Suff.) (son and heir-at-law of Sadler Whitmore); (iii) John Campbell of Lincoln's Inn (co, Middx.) Master of the High Court of Chancery and Charles Edmonstone of Gt. Russell St., George, Bloomsbury (co. Middx.), esqs.
Manor of Foxearth alias Foxyeard Hall with total rents of £17 18s. yearly; messuage called Foxearth Hall with Barns, stables, cowhose, etc., and divers pieces of arable, meadow and pasture land in Foxearth, Pentlow and Liston containing in all 255a.; 6 closes of arable, meadow or pasture ground called The Marsh, Great Liston Field, Little Liston Meadow, Millhook, Ploughed field and Long meadow in Foxearth; a wood called How Wood (30a.) in Foxearth, Pentlow and Liston and all other freehold messuages, tenements and lands of Sadler Whitmore in Foxearth, Pentlow, Liston, Belchamp Walter, Bulmer and Borley, except freehold lands (7'bd a.) in Foxearth on left side of Poefield, abg towards N., in several occupation of Richard Aldham and John Aldham, exchanged with Sam. Jay and 4 pieces of land (19a.) in Great Crabtree Field in Foxearth, exchanged with John Bullock of Foxearth, esq.; freehold lands (7'bd a.) in Foxearth, being pieces (5'bd a.) lying in Poefield and a piece call Tabitha (2a.) on the further side of Poefield, all in occupation of Samuel Jay, being land obtained by exchange with Samuel Jay and 4 pieces of land (19a.) in Great Crabtree Field in Foxearth, obtained by exchange with John Bullock, and all other freehold property of Ann Whitmore in Foxearth, Pentlow, Liston, Belchamp Walter, Bulmer and Borley
Recites: (a) extract from Will of Sadler Whitmore concerning devise of property as above; (b) death of Sadler Whitmore, May 1794; (c) agreement of John Campbell and Charles Edmonstone to purchase property as above; (d) Agreement of John whitmore to join in the conveyance
Endorsed: (i) Receipt for L11,141 19s.; (ii) Enrollment in the High Court of Chancery, 14 Oct.1803
Witnesses: George Alston, Daniel Robinson
Dates of Creation: 20 September 1803