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Baddesley Clinton, Woodcote, Beausale, Offchurch, Eathorpe, Hunningham, Warwick, Myton, Leafield, Budbrooke, Hampton-on-the-Hill, Barford and Woodloes


Gift from Thomas Brereton esq. of the King's Bodyguard and John Brome gent. to Richard Higham, Thomas Frowyk' serjeants of the King at law, Robert Throgmerton', Edward Belknap', Richard Halle, John Denton', John Harwell', Andrew Wyndesore, John Archer, Thomas Essex, John Bardefeld, Robert Brudenell', Hugh Shyrley, Edward Rawley the younger, Edward Grevyle esqs., Thomas Denton', John Archer the younger, John Clopton' son of William Clopton' and Richard Throgmerton gents. of the manor of Baddysley Clynton' with appurtenances, 7 acres of meadow, 28 acres of pasture and 4 acres of woodland in Baddesley Clynton', also the manor of Wodelowe with appurtenances and lands in Wodelowe, Ouirwodecote, Netherwodecote, Bewsall, Offchurch, Eythorp', Honnyngham, Warwyk', Myton', Lee, Budbrook, Hampton Curle and Bardford', excepting the lands lately granted to Thomas Marowe and Isabel his wife and their heirs, all which lands aforesaid the grantors held by the gift and feoffment of Thomas Kebell serjeant of the King at law. To hold the same for ever from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service. The said grantors appointing William Hobson and William Dowman attorneys to deliver seisin. Sealing clause. Given 10 July 11 Henry VII [1496]. Two fragments of seals of red wax on tags. Endorsed: 1. [In a 16th century hand] A Feoffment made by Nicholas Brome of Woodlowes Baddesley to diuers persons 2. [In the hand of Edward Ferrers c.1630] And of diuers others landes of ye sayd Nicholas in ye County of Warr 10 supm; supo; die mensis Julij anno 11 supm; supo; Henrie 7 wherein ye manor of Baddesley is lymited to the heirs of Eliza: his first wife and other landes of his are reserved and lymited to his heirs males: as ye manors of Woodlow, Ouerwoodcott' Nether Woodcott' With declaration of uses attached. see DR3/285. signed Jo: Brome and Tho: Brereton' [48]