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Enfeoffment



Reference Name HOLYWELL/87/35

By Pichot de Lacellis, by the consent of his wife and heirs, of Ralph de Bolebec of the land which Turold de Bolebec held for a day and a night of Robert Marmion. This grant was made in the hands of A. de Mundaville at Stau and the witnesses were Hamelin the dean, Hugh de Haillai, Gilbert de Novilla, Geoffrey Turs, Richard de Croxtuns, Walter de Kilvingholm, Henry de Kirkeby, Turold de Bolebec, Alan de Hallai, Ralph did his homage to Pichot at Fulstow in the house of Ralph his bailiff and gave ten marks to him and one mark to his wife.
The witnesses to this were Adam de Mundavilla, Gilbert de Novilla, Thomas de Novilla, Gilbert de Keleby, Gilbert de Salzumara, Turald son of Henry de Bolebec, Berengar Falcun, Turald the priest of Tradewella, Richard his son, Robert de Hallai and Richard his brother, William de Mannebi, Hugh le Brauucir, William Brito, Ralph the bailiff of Fulstow, William chaplain and Robert chaplain of Fulstow, Ralph de Brakenberche, William dean of Bradley.
Endorsed:- Foulestowe (14th century).
Seal.

Date: 1160-1170

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

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