Bargain and sale with warranty from Thomas Stokes of Henley in Ardena, gentleman, son and heir of Roland Stokes, deceased, to John Grene of Offard' for 10 marks of a croft in the pasture of the said Thomas called Mayoscroft, part of a grove in the said croft lying in Olnale between the land of the said John Grene and the land of Michael Dormer of London and a lane there on all sides; to hold for ever from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service; the said Thomas Stokes or his attorney to hand over seisin to the said John Grene at the baptismal font of the parish church of Wotton' Wawen' on the feast of the Purification of the Blessed Mary [2 February]; 1547. Dated: 12 June 37 Henry VIII. Circular seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., a spiral. Memorandum of Livery of seisin, endorsed; Witnesses: Thomas Greysley, John Whateley priest, William Whateley of Henley, Richard Court baily of Ulbareue. Latin, parchment, 111/2 x 71/4 in., indented.