Tanworth, Ullenhall deeds: Archer of Tanworth
Gift with warranty from John de la Lee of Thoneworth' to John son of Reginald Mallorre of Botteleye of a meadow with appurtenances in Olenhale called Morwyes Medwe lying between the land of the grantee and the stream leading from the mill of Toneworth', and in width according to the metes and bounds there; to hold the same of the chief of the lord of the fee. Witnesses: John de Lodbrok', Henry de Sidenhale of Toneworth', Adam le Chauntour, John atte Necheles, Nicholas Robard', William Barel, John atte Chirchyard' of Olenhale and others. Dated at Botteleye, Sunday after the feast of St Gregory, 12 Edward III. Seal on tag, circular, white. A tree between two facing male heads . Legend: X ------ seit honie Endorsed: Carta Johannis de la Lee facta Johanni Mallorre de Morwyes Medwe. Latin, parchement, 11 x 4.75 ins.