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acre of land acres of arable Alice annual rent arable land B. V. Mary Brewode brother Caldewall capellanus Castle Gresley Church Seal clericus Colton deliver seisin Dominus Drakelowe eadem feoffment fields of Seal Geoffrey Grant by John Grant by Ralph Grant by Robert Grant by William Gresele half an acre heir Hugh Ill early Ill—Edw Joan his wife Johannis John Buche John Oky land in Norton land in Seal lands and tenements Lease Lullington lying Margery Mary 25 Matilda meadow Merivale Abbey messuage Nether Seal Nicholas Nigel Norton Heath Osbert Osgathorpe persona Peter Power of Attorney Ralph Loret rector ecclesie Roger Rosliston Rostlaston seal of arms Segrave Seila seisin selions Seyl Seyla Sheyle shillings soul-alms Stafford Stapenhill Stephen de Segrave Stretton Temp Thomas Gresley uxor virgate of land Walter Willelmi William Attewode William Oky William Wychard Witnesses Wychard
Page 100 - ... and the heirs male of his body ; and on failure of such issue, to the use of...
Page 31 - Size 7J x 4J inches. Text: MS— Orig. Dij /87/2/38. ADD. CHART. 21 50. Sale by Thomas son of the smith of South Stoke, to Roger of Turville, of an acre and a half of arable land in the fields of South Stoke, for a yearly render of a half penny at Whitsuntide. For this Roger has given him ten shillings in his great necessity. (Circa 1250.) Omnibus presens scriptum visuris uel audituris Thomas filius fabri de Sustokes salutem in domino . Sciatis me uendidisse Rogero de Turuile vnam acram terre...
Page iv - In the i4th century it was held by a family which took its name from the place, and in 1372-3 (46 Ed.
Page xv - Stafford], to hold in fee, and heritage each year, for fifty-two shillings ; and of the service of Ralph de Caldewalle, for five shillings to be paid yearly, and for the free service of his body : half the rent to be paid at the Feast of St.
Page iii - Drakelowe is one of the few families which remain that can boast of being settled at the same place and of possessing the same lands which were assigned to their ancestor in the Domesday Record. Its founder was Nigel de Toeni, called in Domesday "de Stafford...
Page xvi - Virgin, crowned, in the right hand a fleur-de-lis, in the left hand a book, seated on a throne or edifice in representation of a church, with four turrets, each thatched and topped with a knob, shingle roof, and round-headed windows.
Page 84 - Wychard, of all the lands and tenements which they had by feoffment of John Wychard de Osbreston, in Seal.
Page xv - William de Duninton, Richard, Richard, Richard, William, William, and the rest of the monks. Next, Robert, priest of Staph [Stapenhill]; William de Grochesham ; Nicholas,chaplain; Walter de Sumervill; Walter de Muntgumbere, etc.