Gift with warranty from John de Bartone the younger to William son of Richard de Folwode of Toneworth' and Margaret his wife of all his tenements which he had by the gift of the said William in Nothurst; also all the tenements which he had by the gift of the said William in Toneworth', namely le Hetlond with a messuage and field called Wellefeld, and a fishpond called Pynkemorpol, with a meadow called Aleignes Medewe and a wood called le Yondrewod, with three adjoining fields and a meadow called Hobbemedewe Aleyn; to hold the same of the chief of the lord of the fee; and should the same William and Margery die without heirs then the property to pass to William son of Robert de Folewode. Witnesses: John le Archer, John de Bartone the elder, Richard Wystan, Richard Aleyn of Toneworth', Walter de notehurst, William atte Welle, Thomas Aleyn of Notehurst and others. Dated at Toneworth', Monday after the feast of the Annunciation, 10 Edward III. Tag, seal lost. Latin, parchment, 9.75 x 5.5 ins., indented.