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Agreement being an exchange made between Oliver Burdet and Thomas Pavy of Warrewyk' to settle a dispute concerning a road leading towards Geggroue, whereby the said Oliver granted to the said Thomas and Alice his wife a road with free entrance and exit for men, carts and horses of a space of twenty feet in breadth from the ditch of the said Oliver on the south side in Baddesleye Clynton' extending from the highway leading from Warrewyk towards Bermyncham as far as Geggroue with one gate towards the highway called Lydezate, in exchange for another road with free entrance and exit for men, carts and horses next to the house of the said Oliver from the said road as far as the said grove. Each party to hold the same freely from the chief lords for ever, with the right to re-enter their property if there was any infringement of the said agreement. Mutual warranty clauses. Sealing clause. Witnesses: William Lyndrapere; William Hopkyns; Peter Lyndrapere and others. Given at Warrewyk' 20 May 2 Richard II [1379]. Tag for seal. Endorsed: [In a late 16th century hand] A deade frome Burdet to Pauye vppon agrement for a highewaye in Badsleye [50/5]