Lease for 20 years with warranty from Robert Heth' of the parish of Solyhull' and William Heth', son of the said Robert, to John Lyndon' and William Lyndon', son of John, of four crofts lying together in Toneworth' some called Rudescroftes and some called Rowecroftes lying in length between land lately belonging to William Brokhurst on the one hand and the wood of the Earl of Warr' called le Sarehurst' on the other and in breadth between the land of William Fulford called Roselonde on the one hand and the lane leading Lowesbroke towards the wood of the said Earl on the other; to hold for 20 years from the date of this lease, rendering annually one red rose on the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist if demanded; the said Robert and William Heth' to pay the chief lords of the fee all rents and dues pertaining to the said crofts, and also to pay all tasks and tollages due to the Crown during the said term, but the said John and William Lyndon to pay 12 pence to the use of the church of Toneworth' for the said crofts during the said term; the said John and William to have the right to cut, fell and carry away whatsoever wood and undergrowth they wished growing on the said crofts during the said term, excepting six small ash trees. Dated at Toneworth', Monday before the feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 30 Henry VI. 1, Circular seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., the letter h crowned between two sprigs of foliage. 2 Hexagonal seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., a sprig of foliage. Latin, parchment, 9.75 x 8.5 ins.