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Stivichall deeds and papers


Gift with warranty from Margery lady of Stivechale, widow, to Philip le Norisoun of Warewyk' for his service, of an annual rent of 4 shillings which William le Mumbray was accustomed to pay to the said Margery in Stivechale, together with homage, relief, escheats and all other services; to hold of the said Margery and her heirs for ever, rendering annually one clove of gillyflower in lieu of all secular services, suits and demands. Witnesses: Ranulph de Stivechale, son to the said Margery, Henry his brother, Ralph de Hwyteleya, John de Barewe, Robert le Wodeward' of Stivechal' and others. Seal on tag; pointed oval, green. A fleur de lis. Legend: [S'MARG]ARIE DE NEREB[ON]: damaged. Endorsed: i) iiii sups; de terris Colleg' Christi Cant' [AG] ii) the cheifige ought of Cristes Colidge landes that is payed to the lord of Stivichall [LG]