|Reciting the Will of Lionel Walden of Doddington, Isle of Ely, Cambs. deceased, and the various disputes and transactions which resulted from it. Now Lewis Pryse of Woodstock, Oxon, eldest son and heir of Walter Pryse of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, gent, deceased, who was the acting Trustee and Devisee of Waldens will, Sir John Hynde Cotton of Madingley, Cambs, Bart, son and heir of Sir John Hynde Cotton of the same place, deceased, who was the surviving Trustee and Devisee of the Will, Walden Orme of Peterborough Esq., only son and heir of Hester Orme, deceased, who was one of the sisters and co-heirs of Lionel Walden, and Sarah his wife, the Hon. Felton Hervey of Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, Esq., husband of Dorothy Hervey, deceased, who was the widow of the son of Elizabeth Touchett, deceased, sister and co-heir of Walden and Humphrey Sturt of Horton, Dorset Esq., and Mary his wife, the daughter, only child and heir of the son of Elizabeth Touchett, Charles Pitfield, Esq., deceased, to Ibberson. £4,900 by Ibberson and David Burgess of Benwick, gent, All that land called Benwick Meere (300 ac) together with the fishing there called two Boats Gangs in a certain water called Ware Meere Meere with the Setts and Lakes belonging to the Boats Gangs with 3 other Waters there called Newstalls. Dolweare and Water-Weare, being part of Benwick Meere and formerly part of the possessions of the late Monastery of Huntingdon, with the water in Benwick called the Townwater with 2 Weares belonging to it, being other part of the Meere and formerly part of the possessions of the late Monastery of Crowland, with the water called Mouthwater, being other part of the Meere, and also the land called the Lillyholts of Lillyhills in Benwick (32 ac), all of which are freehold and part of the real estate late of Walden, deceased, and which are part of the lands contracted for by Ibberson and Burgess, and which are agreed between them to be Ibbersons share.