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DEEDS RELATING TO THE FAMILY OF WYDMERPOL OF WYDMERPOL IN NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

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ROBERT OF DERLEYE and Margaret his wife to Nicholas son of Nicholas of Wydmerpol. Grant of ten tofts and ten crofts and ten oxgangs of land which Nicholas at the town's head, Henry the son of Matthew, Ralph Athelin, Walter Elys, Robert son of Margery, William Bulle, William Anne, Robert Sparewe, Ralph Hertte and William S . . . held in villeinage, together with the said villeins and their families, etc., and with two cottages which John Bate and Robert Miller held. Witnesses: Walter of Grimmston, William Plungoun of Stanton, John Julyen of Wydmerpol, Thomas Gerveyse of the same, John son of Geoffrey of Willuby, Henry son of Hugh of the same, and Robert the spencer of Goltham. Undated.

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John son of Sir John de Heryz, knight, to Nicholas son of Nicholas Wydmarpoel. Quitclaim of all right to the wardship and marriage of the said Nicholas by reason of the lands which the said Nicholas holds or held of Robert de la Valeye in Wydmarpoel, which said wardship and marriage the said Sir John held in his time on account of the minority of William son of Robert de la Valeye, the immediate tenant of the said Sir John. Witnesses: Sir John of Leke, Roger de St. Andrew, and Piers Pygot, knights; Gervase the Fraunkeleyn of Keworthe, Gervase son of Isabel of the same, William Plungun of Staunton, John Gylyan of Wydmarpoel. Dated at Wynnefeld, Saturday after St. George, 31 Hen. III. [1247].

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William son of Robert de la Valeye [de Valle] to Nicholas

son of Nicholas of Widmerpol. Grant of two acres of arable

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