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Reference Name TENNYSON/5/3

Richard de Hertelond, rector of the church of Wolantone [Walenton in the town of Windsor]
to
John Cocus of Walaunton and Amabilia his wife and Richard their son.

One croft of arable land with appurtenances called Le Middilcroft lying in the parish of Brumpton [Brimpton, Berkshire] between the land of the said John Cocus on the west and the land of William le Franckelayn on the east, and one moor adjacent to the said croft on the south and extending towards the land of William atte Crouch and on the north towards the lane which leads to the house of Walter Chopyn.
To be held from the capital lords of the fee by the accustomed services, viz. three pence at Michaelmas for all secular services and demands. General warranty.
Consideration: a certain sum of money as gersum.
Witnesses: John de la Sale of Migham, Peter de Mayleef, Nicholas atte Hyde, Walter Huwe, Walter Chopyn, John de Pottismore, Robert de Kenete.
Wolaunton, Sunday next after the feast of St Faith, Virgin, 33 Edw I.

Seal: pictorial, a priest saying Mass and attendants; legend: .... Hartland ... (?); lozenge, 1 2/10 x 8/10 in., brown wax, on tag.

Physical Description: Tied to TENNYSON/5/2 & 3.

Date: 10 Oct 1305

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

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