Gift with warranty from Jordan le Say, son and heir of Jordan le Say formerly lord of Ferneboruwe to John le Rale and Joan his wife of 15 acres and one headland of arable land and a furlong called Lanedy croft in the fields of Farneborowe and sufficient pasture for 16 animals together with the animals of the grantor in le Oxehay in the said vill of Farnenorowe, of which 15 acres, 3 were lying in le Tounforlong into ye Ponde, extending to the headland of the said John between the land of Philip de Philongele and Thomas Redborn', 3 acres lying in the same furlong extending to the said headland between the land of the said Thomas and Philip Rouer', 3 acres lying in the same furlong between the land of the said Thomas and Philip Rouer', 3 acres lying at le Mulnepound' with a headland next to the land of the said Philip Rower, 3 acres lying upon Chaunterels and extending to the furlong called Lanedykroft between the land of the said Philip and the headland lying beyond Colyns and extending to the said 3 acres; to hold for ever from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service. Dated at Farneborowe Monday on the Vigil of the feast of St. Clement 34 Edward I. Witnesses: Sir Ralph de Berenord', Sir John Peche, knights, John Passelewe, Thomas Wandard, magister Richard rector of the church of Farneboruwe, William Vincent, Thomas de Redborn', John de Clare and others. Circular seal of natural wax on tag, 3/4 in., a paschal lamb. Endorsed: [Early 15th cent.] De Jordan le Say de quindecim acrisin campo de Farneborowe. Latin, parchment, 8 x 61/2 in.