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Baddesley Clinton


Copy of gift from Thomas son and heir of James de Clynton' of Baddesleye to John de Bannebury of Warr' of one piece of woodland containing five acres lying in the parish of Baddesley called Gylberdeshurne, and one piece of arable land in the same parish called Bancroft; the said wood lying between the land called Grenefeld' on the one hand and the wood of Haywode on the other in breadth and extending in length `from the quyk aspenesuch' as far as le Brounesfeld' which is from the land of John de Pesham, and the said arable land extending from the highway next to le Luytelpark' leading towards Henley as far as le Brodemede in length and in breadth as is clearly shown by the metes and bounds.To hold to the said John and his heirs for ever from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service. Warranty clause against men and women. Sealing clause. Witnesses: John de Pesham, William Moreye, John son of Nicholas, William de Nonneleye, William Gegghe and others. Given at Baddesleye Monday next after the feast of St. Dunstan 18 Edward II [20 May 1325]. Copy made in the early 16th century. [49/28]