Grant of Freewarren: Hanbury, Bibury, Whittingdon, Bishops Cleeve, Bredon, Kempsey, Wick Episcopi, Northwick, Hartlebury, Alvechurch, Fladbury, Blockley, Tredington, Stratford-upon-Avon, Hampton Lucy, Eston and Rugges
Charter of King Henry III to Walter [de Cantilupe], bishop of Worcester, granting to him and his successors for ever freewarren in all his demesne lands in Hambiry in salso marisco [Hanbury], Beybiry [Bibury], Wythindon [Whittingdon], Clyue [Bishops Cleeve], Bredon, Rippel [Ripple], Kemeseye [Kempsey], Wyke [Wick Episcopi], Norwyk' [Northwick], Hertlebyri [Hartlebury], Aluiuecherche [Alvechurch], Fladebyry [Fladbury], Blockeley [Blockley], Tredinton', [Tredington], Strafford super Auenam [Stratford-upon-Avon], Hampton Episcopi [Hampton Lucy], Eston and Rugges. Witnesses: P[eter de Egueblank], bishop of Hereford, Peter de Sabaud, John son of Geoffrey, Ralph son of Nicholas, Peter de Monte Forti, Robert Walerand, John, Richard and William de Grey, brothers, Nicholas de Sancto Mauro, Ymbert Pugeys, Ralph de Bakepuz and others. Dated at Burdeg', 16 October 38 Henry III . Fragment of the great seal of Henry III in green wax on a plaited silken tag. Endorsed: Charter of warrens granted in all ... to the bishop of Worcester. Registered and contained in the Register on folio 118. Latin. Purchased May 1935.