The indenture continues:
"And Further that he the said Sr. Robert Jeffereys (JO-3) his heirs may at all times forever hereafter have and enjoy the said Mannor Lordship and Hereditaments without the lawfull lett or deniall of him the said Cadwallader Jones (JO-1) his heirs and that the said Cadwallader Jones (JO-1) or John Jeffereyes (JE-1) or either of them will upon request make further acts for the better assuring and makeing of all the premisses according to the true meaning of these presents as said Sr. Robert Jeffereyes (JE-1) his heirs or Councell Learned in the Law shall lawfully advise as that the parties requested to do the same be not compelled to travell above the space of five miles from their respective usuall place of abode In Witness whereof the parties have set their hands and sealses in the presence of us
John Haslewood (HAS-1) Cadwallader Jones (JO-1)
Georg Purvis (PU-1), Thomas Hasted (HAST-1)
Cadwalader Jones (JO-1) and John Jeffereis (JO-2) conveyance of the fee of the Manner and Lordship of Ley in Devon to Sr. Robert Jefferies (JO-3)
Recognitr in Cur: Com Rappa p Cadwalader Junes 7th die Febry 1682 et Recordatr xii die"
Please note that the numbering system is added and not in the original documents. This ends the indenture as recorded in (Old) Rappahannock County Deed Book 1682-1686, p. 3-4. The names of the witnesses can be helpful at times when the brick walls become thick. It is recorded February 7, 1682.
The life and times of Cadwallader Jones (JO-1) continues.