Feoffment with warranty from Thomas Persons of Toneworth' county Warr' carpenter to Robert Atwode and Oliver Hunt of Toneworth' of a messuage with adjacent garden and 3 crofts in Tonworthe, the messuage and garden lying between the land of the lord of Codbarow and the lane leading to the land called Wistones, 2 of the said crofts lying between the land of Humphrey Archer esquire and the said lane and the other croft lying between the said lane and the land of the heirs of John Nutthurst; to hold for ever to the use of the said Thomas Persons and Margaret his wife for their lives and then to the use of John Persons, the elder son of the said Thomas, and Alice his wife and their male heirs and after their deaths to John Browne the elder of Toneworth' and John Johnsons of Nuthurst for ever, to hold to the use successively of John the younger, Henry and Oliver, sons of the said Thomas Persons, and their male heirs for ever or in default to the right heirs of the said Thomas for ever, from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service. Seisin granted to Robert Atwode, Oliver Hunt, John Browne and John Johnsons. Dated the last day of October 1 Mary. Circular seal of red wax on tag, 3/4 in., the letter W surmounted by a fish. Witnesses to livery of seisin endorsed: Ralph Ale, clerk, vicar of Toneworth', Randulph Sponer, William Crocksall', William Hollyngworth and Richard Prykkett and many others. Latin, parchment, 143/4 x 81/2 in., indented.