Sale from John Archer of Toneworth' the elder esquire to Thomas Ashell' coolyar of the same of the timber in Blakemor' grove: the said Thomas was to have all the timber and wood growing within the said grove, excepting the old trees in the borders together with their 'croppes', and was to 'tyne' at his own cost a hedge around the said grove, which hedge was to be maintained by the said John; the said Thomas was to have the meadow lying within the said grove during his term of 'vtturans' the same, from the date of this sale to Midsummer and 2 years from that term; the said Thomas was to preserve the underwoods and to 'ryall' the said grove in a good and convenient manner with such trees as are able to stand by themselves; the carriage of the said wood was to be through Peryll and so down the Stockyng' in to Henfylde' and the said Thomas was to pay to the said John for the said grove £6, 4 noobulles [6s. 8d.] at Easter next, 40s. at the feast of St. John the Baptist [24 June] next, 5 nobles at the feast of All Hallows [1 November] next and 20s. the following Midsummer. Dated, 24 Henry VII. Tag for seal with traces of red wax. English, parchment, 101/4 x 6 in., indented.