Brome, Baddesley Clinton, Offchurch, Eathorpe, Hunningham, Leafield, Henley-in-Arden, Kingswood, Packwood, Stoneton and Barford, co. Warwick, Hinckley and Wykin, co. Leicester, Oxford.
Gift from John Broun' of Warrewyk' the younger gent. to Dom John Sperman, dean of the Collegiate church of Warrewyk', John Throkmerton, Nicholas Rody of Warrewyk', Master John Hull, rector of the parish church of Knebbeworth [Knebworth], co. Hertford, Dom John Bakster of Warrewyk', chaplain and William Godlay of lands, tenements, rents, services, reversions with appurtenances in Oxon' [Oxford], co. Oxon', in Stonton' co. Northampt' [Stoneton, co. Warwick], Hynkle [Hinkley] and Wykyn [Wykin], co. Leycestre which lately belonged to JohnSmythiers of Coventre. Also the manor of Brome in Lappworthe, lands with woods and appurtenances called Chetwyns in Baddesley, lands in Offechurch, Ethorp, Honyngham, La Lee near Warrewyk, lands formerly Bromes of Lappeworth' in Henley, Kyngeswood and Pakwode and 7s. 6d. rent in Berford [Barford] all in co. Warr'. To hold the same for ever from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service. Witnesses: Dom John Shenston, prior of the Holy Sepulchre, Warrewic'; Thomas Estop', master of the Gild of Warr'; John Rody; John Mayell; Henry Cook and others. Given at Warwick 20 December 15 Henry VI . Circular seal of red wax on tag. 3/4 in. On a shield a sprig of broom, the shield within a traceried quatrefoil, Legend. Sigill'...