Gift with counterpart from John Heggeford' of Enmondescote esquire to Alice Waren' of Toneworth', late wife of John Waren' now deceased of a pasture lying in the lordship of Tonneworth' commonly called le Newlande, another pasture and land in the same lordship called le Hethefelde, also two crofts and one toft, formerly a messuage, in the same lordship with two crofts belonging to the said toft and adjacent to the same; the said pasture called le Newlande lying between a lane leading from Ilshawheeth' towards the parish church of Tonneworth' on the one hand, and another lane leading from the tenements of John Broun towards the said church on the other hand in breadth, and extending in length from the lane leading from Ilshawheeth' towards Hockleyheeth' as far as the land of William Catesby esquire called le Fennelonde; the said pasture called le Hethefelde lying between a lane called Chalkelane on the one hand and the said lane leading from Ilshawheeth' towards Hockleyheeth' on all sides; the said crofts lying between the land of John Siddenhale on the one hand and the land of Thomas Ichenere on the other; the said toft called Ruallys lying between land lately belonging to William Norys knight on the one hand and the land of John Benford' on the other in breadth, and extending in length with the said crofts adjacent to the same from the River Blythe as far as Chessewykgrene according to their boundaries; all which said property the said John Huggeford' lately held jointly with Wailliam Catesby knight deceased, among other lands by the gift and feoffment of the said John Waren' and Alice; the said Alice to hold the same for the term of her life from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service, with remainder to John Waren', son of the said Alice, and his lawful issue, or in default to Thomas Waren', eldest son of the said Alice, and his lawful issue, or in default to Thomas Waren', younger son of the said Alice, and his lawful issue, or in default to Henry Waren', son of the said Alice, and his lawful issue, or in default to the rightful heirs of the said Alice. The said John Huggeford' appointing Thomas Hawe of Sullyhull' his attorney to deliver seisin. Dated at Tonneworth' on the feast of St. Blasius the Bishop, 2 Richard III. Witnesses: John Archer of Tonneworth' esquire, Richard Fulwode of the same esquire, John Benford, Thomas Waryng, Henry Asshell', John Siddenale, Christopher Saddeler of the same and others. Gift: Circular seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., a stag's head. Counterpart: Circular seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in. Latin, parchment, 133/4 x 101/4 in., indented.