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Gift with warranty from Roger le Heyr' of Styvechale to Dom William Pykerel of Styvechale, chaplain, of a messuage with adjacent curtilage and 1 1/2 acres of arable land in Styvechale; which messuage and curtilage lie between the land of the Lord Bishop of Coventry and Lich' and the land of Sir William de Careswell'; and half an acre lies upon Ruyecroft' between the land of the parson of the church of Southam and the land of John Huwet; half an acre in le Wodecouwesslade between the land of Thomas le Baylyf' and the land once belonging to Geoffrey de Whiteleye; and half an acre at Akestreford' between the land of the parson of the church of Bathekynton' and the land of Thomas le Baylyf'; to hold the same for ever of the chief lord of the fee. Witnesses: Dom Henry, parson of the church of Southam, Thomas de Barewe, senior, John de Barewe, Robert le Palmere of Styvechale, Alexander de Shireford' of Hull' and others. Dated at Styvechale, Thursday on the feast of St. Gregory, 23 Edward III. Tag on seal; circular, white; defaced. Endorsed: this deid' prove that the bishop hath tenement and landes in Stychall. This is a deide of the college cottag' somtyme a messuage [AG]