Gift with warranty from Walter de Cantalupo, rector of the church of Snyteneffeld and Thomas Bethone, rector of the church of Avendercet to John de Ralegh of Farnebergh' of a messuage with adjacent curtilage and 4 acres of arable land, 4 acres of pasture, half-acre of meadow, a third of half-acre of meadow, 4 swathes of meadow and 11/2d annual rent with the reversion of a messuage and curtilage, with al wardships, reliefs, heriots, escheats and liberties, in the vill and fields of Farnebergh': the said messuage lying between the messuage of Margery de Philongele on the one hand and the messuage of Thomas Rodbourne and John Alyart on the other ; the said arable land consisting of one acre lying in Rouborough' between the land formerly of Ralph de Warmunton' and the land of William Budeel, half-acre on Rouborough between le Grenewey and the land formerly belonging to John G[ri]yshur' and extending into Alfledehame, half-acre on Rouborough' between the land of Walter le Honorable and the land of Philip de Roes, in the east field half-acre on Ther furlong between the land of the parson of Farnebergh' and the land formerly of John Chaunters, half-acre at le Holeweye between the land formerly of Ralph de Warmyntone and the land of William Vyncent, half-acre upon Ther furlong between the land of Thomas le Warde and the land of William de Rodbourne, half-acre at G[ri]lowe between the land of Philip le Roer and the land formerly of John de G[ri]mysbur', one acre of meadow the Bottemsturte next to the meadow formerly of John de G[ri]mysbur', half-acre; a third of an acre in the common meadow, 1/2d annual rent which the said John Ralegh was to receive on the feast of St. Botolph [17 June] from a tenement in Farnebergh' between the messuage of Walter le Honorable which Gunhild formerly wife of Ralph de Warmyntone held and from a virgate of arable land which she held in fee; 1d annual rent which the said John was to receive from a messuage between the messuage of Philip de Philongele and the messuage of Jordan de Say; to hold with the reversion of a messuage lying between the highway on one side and the messuage of Margery de Philongele on the other, after the death of John Maydegod and William his brother, for ever from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service. Dated at Farneborgh' Friday after the feast of St. Peter ad vinculam, 11 Edward II. Witnesses: John Wandak' of Shoteswelle, John de Ballescote of Auenedercet, Walter le Honorable of Farneberghe, Philip le Roer, John Toue, William Vyncent, Hugh Colyns and others. Two tages for seals. Endorsed: [Early 16th cent.] De Waltero de Cantilupo de quodam messuagio iiij acris terre in campo de Farneborow. Johannes Rale de Farnberge 11 E 2 Latin, parchment, 121/4 x 63/4 in.