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Lease for the lives of the lessees with warranty from John le Arch' of Toneworth' to William le Ferrour of the same, Alice his wife, and John his son of a piece of ground extending in length between the two lanes leading from the church of Toneworth', of which one leads towards Poukesad' and the other towards the home of Henry de Sydenhal', and in breadth between the land formerly belonging to Master William le Arch' on the one hand and the lane leading from the land of John le Arch' called Wodeland as far as the cross of Christiana Arch'; to hold for the said William, Alice and John for their lives rendering two shillings [two terms] and making suit of court twice a year at the court of the said John, at the first court after Christmas and the first court after Easter, also one heriot on the death of the last surviving of the three lessees if there is any building on the said plot of ground and one penny for each acre as often as scutage is assessed, for all services and demands. Dated at Toneworth', Sunday before the feast of St Mary Magdalene, 21 Edward III. Witnesses: William de Folwod', Simon de Folwod', Richard att' Berne, John Wodard, William Dolfyn and others. Tag for seal. Endorsed: Crux Cristine Archer Willelmo le Ferur Carta Johannis Archer ?ebe In Anno regni Regis Edwardi tercii Latin, parchment, 10.25 x 4.75., Indented