Stoke deeds and papers
Quitclaim with warranty from Hugh de Merynton', son and heir of Henry de Merynton' of Stoke to Nicholas Michel of Coventr', merchant, of all his right in a piece of meadow and wood called de Heye, next the lane called Lilleburne in Stoke, which the said Nicholas held by the lease of Letitia, mother of the said Hugh; to hold to the said Nicholas of the chief lord of the fee. Witnesses: John de Stoke, John de Langeleye, John Warde, bailiff of ----- [John] de Arthingworth', John Bate del Buggyng', Thomas del Neugraunge and others. Dated: ------- after the feast of St. Matthew the Apostle, `sexto' [decimo] Edward III. Seal on tag: circular, red. A lion rampant. Legend: SUM LEO FORTIS Endorsed: Johanna heres Merington ultima. Stoke [AG].