Award of arbitration by Henry Brantt, John Wheler, Thomas Grene and Oliver Grene, in the dispute between John Hunt of Stoudley county Warr' yeoman and Harry Hunt of Tonworth' county Warr' tailor, younger brother of the said John; whereas the said John and Harry Hunt were bound by mutual bonds of £20 to abide by the award of the said arbitrators in the dispute concerning a cottage with pastures and meadows and woodlands called Cownteres close in Tonworth' of which William Hunt, father of the said John and Harry, died seised according to the custom of the manor of Tonworth', which property was then in the tenure of Katherine, widow of the said William and mother of the said John and Harry Hunt for the term of her life according to the custom of the said manor, the said arbitrators met to decide the ownership of the said property after the death of the said Katherine: the said Harry as the younger son, according to the custom of the said manor, was to hold the said property after the death of the said Katherine for ever, but whereas the said William in his will had left the said property to the said John his eldest son, which was not in accord with the custom of the said manor unless it was carried out by process of surrender, it was agreed that the said Harry should pay to the said John £8. 10s., 10s. at the sealing of these present, £5 at Michaelmas next and £3 on 24 June next, and that the said John should surrender to the said Harry all copies and surrenders relating to the said property and at the next court of the manor of Tonworth' within 3 years assure the said property to the said Harry according to the custom of the manor at the cost of the said Harry. Dated Saturday 21 June 33 Henry VIII Four circular seal of red wax on two tongues: 1. a stag passant, 1/2 in. 2. 1/2 in. 3. lozenge, 1/2 in. 4. a merchant's mark, 1/2 in. English, parchment, 143/4 x 11 in., indented.