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Baddesley Clinton


Gift from Richard Whytley lately of Baddesley Clynton' and Thomas Hukyns of Wroxhale to John Brome the younger, John Sperman clerk and John Baxter clerk of four fields lying in Baddesley Clynton' between land lately belonging to Joan Burdet, lady of Baddesley Clynton', called Haywode on the one hand and the highway called le longelone extending between Baddesley Clynton and Rowington on the other as it is bounded by hedges and ditches. Also one croft lying between the land of the Duchy of Lancaster on the one hand and land lately belonging to the said Joan called Haywode on the other in breadth opposite the rectory of the church of Baddesley Clynton'. To hold same for ever to the said grantees and to the heirs of the said John Brome from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service. Warranty clause. Sealing clause. Witnesses: Thomas Smyth'; Nicholas Goodman; Henry Somerlone and many others. Given at Baddesley Clynton Friday on the feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary 16 Henry VI [15 August 1438]. Two circular seals of red wax on tags. 3/4 in. see DR3/234. 1. A wingless wyvern? standing on a star. Legend obscure. see DR3/215 DR3/245. 2. A paschal lamb. X ECCE AGNVS DEI Endorsed: 1. [In a late 16th century hand, words underlined ..... altered by Edward Ferrers c. 1630] The sale of Ric: Wyhtely of Badsley and others to John Brome of iiij feildes in Badsleye in 16mo Henr' 6ti regis. 2. [c.1839] 16th Hen: 6th. Richard Whitley and Thomas Hukyns to John Brome Jun. John Sperman Clk' and John Baxter Clk' and the Heirs and assigns of John Brome for ever grant of the Four fields and the croft in Baddesley Clinton - see grant of Joan Burdet to Whitley and Hukyns 9th. Hen: 6th. __ [37]