Gift with warranty from John Maydengoud of Farboruwe to Dom Walter de Cantalupo rector of the church of Snytenfeld' and Dom Thomas rector of the church of Auendercet of a messuage and a curtilage together with the reversion of a messuage and a curtilage which John Maydengod and William his brother held for the term of their lives, 4 acres of land in Farboruwe, one acre of meadow at Bochempsturt next to the meadow of John de Grimmesbury and half-acre of meadow, and the third part of half-acre in the common meadow and one swather in le more, of which 4 acres, one acre was lying on Roubourn between the land of Ralph de Warmynton' on the one hand and William leshudeel on the other with an adjacent headland, half-acre lying on Rouboren next to le Grenewey and the land ofJohn de Grimmesbury and extending as far as Alfletehomme with an adjacent headland, half-acre upon Rouboren between the land of Walter le Honorable on the one hand and Philip Rotarii on the other with an adjacent headland in another East field half-acre lying upon le Yernefurlongke between the land of the rector on the one hand and the land of John le Ihaunterrel on the other, half-acre lying at le Holeweiye between the land of Ranulf de Warminton' and the land of William Vincent on the other, half-acre lying on the Berefurlungke between the land of Thomas le Warde and the land of William le Rodbaurne with an adjacent headland and half-acre lying at Crickelouwe between the land of Philip Rotarii on the one hand and the land of Lawrence Grymmesbury on the other; to hold for ever from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service. Dated at Farnboruwe on the Morrow of the feast of St. Gregory the Pope 10 Edward II. Witnesses: Jordan le Say, Walter Honorable, Philip Rotario, John de Labere, William Isabele, John de Balscote, Richard Damalyn. Circular seal of brown wax on tag, 1 in., a two-headed lion passant reguardant. Endorsed: [Early 16th cent.] Dom W de Cantalupo de quodam messuagio acris terris Latin, parchment, 91/4 x 41/4 in.