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Baddesley Clinton


Gift from James de Clyntone lord of Baddesleye to Thomas de Stoke of Baddesleye of a certain piece of cultivated land in Baddesleye called Blakefeld with meadowland lying there which formerly belonged to Robert Pippard, excepting one small croft which Henry atte Lone held and a certain small rectangular piece of meadowland adjacent. The said James also granted to the said Thomas all the land called Lindhurste with the moorland which John de Bruylly held in the field of Baddesleye next to Blakenelde. To hold the said land, moorland and meadow with their hedges and all other appurtenances, excepting the lands excepted, from the chief lords of the fee for ever for due and customary service. Warranty clause. Sealing clause. Witnesses: Sir John de Bischopesdone, knight, Henry de Sydenhale, John Nafford, lord of Bereford, Roger Corpysen, John de la Wodeyate, Robert le Mareschal de Lapworth', William de Charyndon and others. Given at Baddesleye Saturday on the feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary 11 Edward II [25 March 1318] Tag for seal. Endorsed: [In a 16th century hand] De terris vocantis Blakefyld' cum prato et Lindhurst [49/15]