The sale of Winmour Cottage in 1792 takes the form of a simple Agreement followed by a Feoffment, or conveyance, shortly afterwards.

Transcript of the Agreement

William Bennett 
       to                 }  Agreement
Robert Killby    

Dated 17th January 1792


 An Agreement made this 17th day of January
 1792 between William Bennett of Dedington in the
 County of Oxon Weaver and Robert Killby of the 
 same place Baker as follows –
 The said William Bennett agrees to sell to the
 said Robert Killby All that Messuage or Tenement
 with the Shop Outbuildings Yard Garden and
 Appurtenances to the same belonging situate and
 being in pilcock Street in Dedington aforesaid
 and now in the occupation of the said William
 Bennett at or for the price or sum of forty pounds
 which the said Richard Killby hereby agrees to give for
 the same – The said William
 Bennet and Richard Kilby agree to bear the expences
 of the proper conveyance equally
 The purchase to complete immediately
 from which time the said Richard Killby is to be
 in possession of the said premises

William Bennett
Richard Killby

Witness Samuel Churchill Junr. 

Feoffment Summary

Mr Robert Killby

       to                      } Feoffment

John Bennett

Samuel Churchill Junr.
Samuel Field

An Indenture between
William Bennett of Deddington, Weaver
Robert Killby of Deddington, Baker.

"In consideration for the sum of forty pounds of lawful money of Great Britain....paid by the said Robert Killby in full for the absolute purchase of the Freehold and Inheritance in fee simple in possession of and in the Messuage Cottage or Tenement....William Bennett hath Granted...All That Messuage Cottage or Tenement with the Barn Outbuilding Yard Garden and Appurtenances thereto belonging  now in the tenure or occupation of the said William Bennett

a Messuage or Tenement now or late in the occupation of Edward Knibbs being next on the South side thereof and a Messuage or Tenement now or late in the occupation of James Hopcraft being next on the North side thereof...."