Gift from Joan Burdet lady of Baddesley Clynton' widow to Richard Whitley and Thomas Hukyns of four fields lying together in Baddesley Clynton' between the land of the said Joan on the one hand and the highway called le Longelone extending between Baddesley Clynton and Rowyngton' on the other as it is enclosed by hedges and ditches. Also one croft lying between the land of the Duchy of Lancaster on the one hand and the land of the said Joan called Haywode on the other in breadth opposite the rectory of the church of Baddesley Clynton', and also one moor called Mayowesmore lying between the land of the Duchy of Lancaster on the one hand and the land of John Brooke on the other in breadth, together with a parcel of land called Sturdyesparrok' with appurtenances. To hold the same for ever, rendering to the said Joan 2s. 7d. annually at the usual terms in lieu of secular services. Warranty clause. Sealing clause. Witnesses: William Notyng of Rowyngton'; Thomas Smyth of the same; Thomas Mason' of the same; John Style of Escote [Eastcote]; Thomas Aleyne Of Knolle and many others. Given at Baddesley Clynton' Friday next after the feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary 9 Henry VI [9 February 1430/1]. Circular seal of red wax on tag, the arms of Burdet. 3/4 in. see DR3/170 DR3/193. A shield of arms, on two bars six martlets, in fess point an annulet, the whole within an eight foil decorated border. Endorsed: [c. 1839] 9th. Hen: 6th. Grant of Joan Burdet Lady of Baddesley Clinton to Richard Whitley and Thomas Hukyns of the four Fields in Baddesley Clinton lying between Haywood and Longlane as inclosed and of one croft lying between Land of the Duchy of Lancaster and Haywood - also of one moor called Mayowes-moor with a parcel of Land called Sturdeyspark. To hold to them their heirs and assigns for ever paying yearly 2s. 7d. of Silver at the usual Terms for all secular services claims and demands. Attached by stitching in top left-hand corner to DR3/233 and DR3/234.