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Quitclaim with warranty from Arthur Gregory of Styvechale, esq. to John Gregory his son of all his right in the manor of Styvechale, with all the appurtenances in Styvechale and Coventr', which the said Arthur holds for life, as more plainly appears by indentures made between him and Earl Henry of Huntingdon, Robert Dymmok, Ralph Segrave, John Gregory and Ralph Rydgeley, esq., dated 20 November, 13 Elizabeth and 10 August, 12 Elizabeth; to hold the same for ever, provided that Jane, wife of the said Arthur and mother of the said John, shall enjoy the profits of the said premises for the remainder of her life after the death of the said Arthur. Dated: 7 May, 21 Elizabeth Seal on tag; circular, red; quarterly: i) two bars in chief a lion passant ii) a saltire voided iii) a crescent iv) a lion rampant v) ermine a fess paly vi) two lions passant Endorsed: i) with memorandum that seisin was delivered to Richard Portman, citizen of Coventrye for the use of the said John Gregorye, with the following witnesses; John Tyrer, Baldwin Portman, Richard Portman, Thomas Hancornes, Robart Benet, `bayle' of Styvchall ii) Grant and surrender to my sonne Johne and livery to his owne handes and to Portman to his ----- for testimony [AG]