Gift with warranty from John de Couentr', girdler, and Margery his wife to Simon de Fulwode of a piece of meadow with woods growing on it in Toneworth' lying in breadth between land formerly belonging to Simon del Heth on the one hand and land formerly belonging to John Watiers on the other and in length from the meadow formerly belonging to John Broun as far as le Hethfeld as defined by its boundaries; to hold for ever from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service, Sealing clause. Dated at Couentr', Sunday after the feast of St Michael archangel, 21 Edward III. Witnesses: John le Archer, Henry de Sydenhale, William Howen, Walter Tummen, James Broun and others. Broad tag slit to atke 2 seals 1, seal missing, traces of red wax. 2, circular seal of red wax, 1 in., female figure holding a barred arrow pointing downwards against a background of branching foliage. Legend: SANCTE D Latin, parchment, 10.25 x 4 ins.