During the 17th century, the rectory lands and tithes of Cheltenham and the associated 'chapel' of Charlton Kings descended from Sir Baptist Hicks
In 1604, James I disposed of the manor of Bishop's Cleeve, which had been held by the Crown since the dissolution, to two London merchants, Peter V
Cheltenham has a rich series of manor records, starting in the 1300s.
Included here are transcriptions of several rentals mostly of the 15th century, held at the National Archives (SC 11/216 to 227).
Very few medieval wills are known for Cheltenham.