Award by John Fulwode the elder, William Huband, cler, parson of Ipsley, Richard Holbage, Richard Taylor alias Auery, Rober Taylor and Thomas Grene, arbitrators in the dispute between William Waryng of the parish of Solyhull' county Warr' gentleman and Oliver Wheyall' of Toneworth' county Warr' gentleman: because of wastes and trespasses by the said Oliver and non-performance of covenants by the said William, the said Oliver should pay 10 marks to the said William, 5 marks on the Sunday fortnight next after Corpus Christi [7 June] at the front stone of the church of St. Corpus Christi [ 7 June] at the front stone of the church of St. Alphe of Solyhull' at 9 of the clock before noon, and 5 marks on the feast of All Saints [1 November] following at the same place and time; the said Oliver was also to deliver to the said arbitrators before the feast of St. George [23 April] next the lease granted to him by the said William and his wife of a capital messuage in Toneworth' with meadows and pastures belonging to the same and the bond by which the said William was bound to the said Oliver to perform covenants; the said William and Anne, before the feast of St. George, were to make a new lease to the said Oliver of the said chief messuage and lands then in the tenure of the said Oliver, to hold from this date for the remainder of the term of the old lease for the annual rent of £7. 13. 2d. excepte 'hedyng of trees' and no timber was to be taken from the said lands without 'deluerye' of the said William and Anne; also one pasture of a coppice called Dead' coppice and another coppice called Shelley were to be stokked and destroyed and made arable and mowable during the said term; if the said William and Anne, during the term of this lease, leased or purchased lands, meadows and pastures belonging to William Gowers of Woodwall' county Worcetter gentleman, late in the 'taking' of the said William Waryng, lying in the lordship of Toneworthe, then the said William and Anne were to make a lawful lease to the said Oliver of a parcel of these lands called Tyncokkes and a meadow belonging to the same, for the remainder of his term, for half the annual rent which the said William and Anne paid for the whole ground; meanwhile the said Oliver was to pay the said William and Anne 11s. annually for Tyncokkes and the meadow belonging to it, while the said William and Anne held by the old rent until a new lease was made. Signed: per me John Fulwode, per me Willam Hubowld rectorem de Ippyslay ; per me Ricar' Holbache 3 other marks Dated, 5 Edward VI. Four seals on 3 tags: 1. Fragment of red wax. 2. Circular seal of red wax, 1/2 in. 3. Fragment of red wax. 4. Traces of red wax. English, parchment, 171/4 x 11 in., indented.