It doesn't respond directly to your question but this, from www.blackcountryhistory.org, might be of some interest:
Copy Surrenders and Admittances (Manor of Kingswinford)
Date: 23 Oct 1806
Description: 1. Thomas Webb of Stourbridge, Worcs., Cheesemonger (brother and surviving devisee in trust under will of Edward Webb, late of Wordsley, Staffs., Victualler) admitted to 4 cottages at Wordsley, surrendered to the use of Francis Hobson of Wordsley, Nail Ironmonger for life; then to use of Sarah Hobson, wife of Francis, for life. 2. Abishai Nash Smith of Wednesbury, Staffs., Gun Lock Filer and Mary, his wife, surrender house and pleck of land, late part of Pensnett Chase, to Benjamin Whitaker of Brockmoor, Staffs.; and a parcel in Brockmoor to John Lowe of Wordsley, Bricklayer; and other parcel in Brockmoor to Noah Pearson; and further parcel in Brockmoor to William Harper of Brockmoor, Nailer. 3. Jason Gill of Brockmoor, Collier (eldest son and heir of Benjamin Gill), admitted to house at Brockmoor, inherited from his father, surrendered to the use of self and wife Phebe for life, then to the uses of his will.