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Grant



Reference Name BNLW/1/1/20/2

William son of Gerard de Quadhavering and Katherine his wife
to
William de Pyncebeke, clerk

One acre of meadow in Gosberton, situated between meadow of Swineshead Abbey on the north and meadow which Simon Bene gave to Gilbert Kelnyk in marriage with Isabella his daughter (on the south), abutting west on the ditch of Gosberton Marsh.
Rent p.a.: 1d
Warranty
Witnesses: John de Campo, Miles de Belnes, Robert son of Godfrey, Roger son of Peter, William Boydam, John son of Eudo, John son of Gerard and Geoffrey Wulis.

No seals (one tag extant)

Date: [c1260-c1290]

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

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