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Lease with warranty from Jolinus son of Ranulph de Stivechale to Hugh son of Payn, smith,of three acres of waste (steriles) land in three fields in Stivechale; namely half an acre lying in Parhurene Oxe Mulnehul between the land of Ralph de Stertone and the land which Walter de Longeleye once held; half an acre between the land of Richard de Barue and the land which Walter de Longeleye held; half an acre upon Balocuslone between the land of William le Wettern' and the land of the said Ralph de Stertton'; half an acre in the same field lying between the land of John de Barue and the land of Ranulph son of Hugh de Stivechale; half an acre extending into the meadow of Crassevalle between the land of the said John de Barue and the land of the said Ralph son of Hugh; and half an acre extending to the meadow of Mereden' between the land of Henry Callemacher and the land of Walter Longeleye, deceased; to hold the said land with exit and entrance to the said Hugh son of Payn of Coventr' from Michaelmas for a term of 12 years, rendering one clove of gilly flower at Michaelmas; and for this the said Hugh gives 8 shillings. Witnesses: Ralph de Viteleye, Adam Mile of the same, Robert `Forestario' de Stivechale, Ranulph son of Hugh of the same, John de Barue of the same, Henry de Finnam and many others. Dated: Thursday before Palm Sunday 1279. Tag and seal lost. Endorsed: i) Warr' Stivechall' [14th c.] ii) parcel of y supe; auncient demenes [AG] iii) 3 acres. 7 E I [AG]