Agreement between Nicholas Brome of Baddesley Clynton esquire Gerard Danet of Edmondscote and Richard Cotys of Merston, and John Archer of Tonworth' concerning the title to certain lands in Tonworth' called Kyntons, on which the said Nicholas Gerard and Richard had levied a distress: namely to abide by the award of James Hubard, the King's attorney, and Thomas Marowe; this award to be given by the following feast of St. Martin [11 November] but if it was not given by that date the said John Archer was to deliver to the said Nicholas, Gerard and Richard at the manor of Baddesley Clynton, within 12 days after St. Martin's day, the said distress, a ewe and other beasts of similar value to the total of £5. 3. 4d. Reciting a bond of even date from the said John Archer, John Warynge, Henry Taylor and Thomas Dolfyn to the said Nicholas, Gerard and Richard in the penal sum of £10 to perform this agreement. Dated the last day of August 17 Henry VII. 1. Circular seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., a horse passant with the letter b in the top right corner. 2. Square seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., three circles intertwined with the letters G and C in the two top corners. 3. Fragment of red wax on tag. Endorsed: [Late 16th or early 17th cent] Kyntons lond English, parchment, 111/4 x 61/4 in., indented.