Gift with warranty from Rannulph son of Robert de Folewode of Toneworth' and John de Puyfeld of Solyhull, chaplain, to William le Ferrour, keeper of the park of Toneworth', of a piece of land in Toneworth' extending in length from the highway leading from the courthouse [curia] of Sir John de Lodbrok' towards Solyhulle as far as the land formerly belonging to John Osimond and in breadth between the highway opposite the house of Walter Austyn as far as the land formerly belonging to Ralph Asscholph; to hold from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service. Dated at Toneworth', Friday after the feast of St Lucy the Virgin, 23 Edward III. Witnesses: Thomas le Arch', Robert de Crowenhale, Robert de Folewode, Walter Austyn, Richard Aleyn, clerk and others. Two circular seals of red wax on tags, 1 in. 1, Seated figure holding a trident in his left hand with right hand outstretched towards figure of a girl. 2, Within a cusped triangular border, a shield of arms, within a bordure a bend between 6 mullets. Latin, parchment, 9.5 x 4.5 ins.