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Notification of a grant in fee

Reference Name 5-ANC/1/1/11

William, son of Robert of Wilughby, to Robert, his son, and Robert's heirs.
Property: his manor of Willoughby le Marsh with all his lands in Sloothby, Hardestorp, Hogsthorpe, Helleseie, (in Mumby), Langholm, Anderby, Daleby, Danmark (in Chapel St. Leonard), Altoft, Bountoft, Wainfleet, Slekholme, Ingoldby, Halbertoft, Ingoldmells, the advowsons of Willoughby, Hogsthorpe and Mablethorpe St. Peter, and the glebe of Mablethorpe; the service of Robert Acclum and his tenement in Galmeton, Yorkshire. Saving to William his lands in Fenne, Fenton and Scrivelsby and the marriage of the heir of Robert of Ingoldby, once his free tenant.
Consideration: a rent of £34 sterling, payable at two terms.
Witnesses: Lord John Bek; Lord Ranulf of Otby; lord Adam of Ardern; lord William of Mablethorpe; William of Thorpe; Thomas of Boothby; Alan of Aggethorp; John of Caltoft; Simon of Swaby; Philip of Claythorpe; William of Cockerington.
Willoughby, Sunday, 24th October, 1294.
Seal: natural wax; equestrian figure with hawk. Sigill. Will'i de Wilhebi.
Counterseal, armorial, 4 crosstets ...ut voluntas tua.
Endorsement: 14th century.
Willelmus filius Roberti de Willughby de manerio de Willughby.

Date: 24 Oct 1294

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]


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