Stoneleigh Maps, Surveys
[An extent of the Shuckburgh holding in Stoneleigh]. The said lands lie in Holeweygrene towards Clowdebrugge between the hedges; one acre next land of William Staleworth and two selions and a headland for one acre in the same `cultura' between land of William Staleworth and Batebuttes. And in the field called Sprotholm lie fourteen selions for seven acres and a meadow, with the meadow of John Mustowe; which seven acres lie interspersed with the land of John Mustowe, so that the meadow which John Mustowe has in one year John de Shuckeburghe has in the next; and in Mustowefeld lie twelve selions for six acres extending in length from Struttespece towards the tenement formerly of Robert Elys next land of John Mustowe; and higher in the same field on Mustowehull' lie twenty-seven selions and `buttes' for eight acres, together with the hedge next the way leading from Fermplek to le Mustowe; and in the field on the other side of the said way called Fermplekfeld above the town near the quarries lie sixteen selions and `buttes' extending from Fermplek towards the church of Stonle above the water of Sowe for six acres; and in le Wodefeld lie three selions for one acre behind the town between land of Oliver Burdeth and William Staleworth; and higher in the same `cultura' lie three selions for one acre extending from Portwey towards the vill between the land of the abbot on both sides; and in the same `cultura' lie two selions for one acre extending to Sondywey between the land of Robert Julyan on both sides. On the other side of Portwey at Stychehale lie two selions for one acre between the land of William del Hull' and William Staleworth; and higher in the same `cultura' lie two selions for one acre between the land of Richard Charior and Roger Swan. Also he holds between the two hedges next le Portwey eight selions with headlands for four acres, together with the hedges called Morlandes. Total: thirty-eight acres. Endorsed: Stonly. Text printed in S.L.B. pp.147-8.