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Quitclaim from Philip son and heir of Roger de Chetewynde knt. to John de Weston and Richard Frebern de Couentr' of lands and tenements with appurtenances together with a certain grove lying adjacent in Badesleye which the said John and Richard held by the gift and feoffment of the said Philip. Also 21 acres of land with woods growing upon it in the park of Badesleye which the said John and Richard also held by gift and feoffment of the said Philip, 18 acres lying in length from the road leading from Ketelisstile as far as the gate of the said park called le Abbeywey and extending as far as Geggegroue and breadth from the ditch of the late Isabella, wife of Philip de Chetewynde dropping into the said park towards the manor of Badesleye, and the other 3 acres lying beyond Geggegroue towards the waste land and extending in length from the lower headland of the said 18 acres towards the waste land called Kyngeswode, and in breadth from Geggesgrouetowards the house of the late John Sutor', as they are define by their boundaries. To hold the same for ever. Warranty clause. Sealing clause. Witnesses: Richard Godeman; Henry Hampkyns; Thomas de Berford; Philip Hancockes and others. Given at Baddesleye Wednesday on the feast of St. Edmund, Archbishop of Canterbury 30 Edward III [16 November 1356]. Tag and seal cut away with portion of the dating clause. Endorsed: 1. [In a contemporary hand] Philippum de Chetewine 2. [In an early 16th century hand] Baddesleye [51/26]