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Lease with warranty from Joylinus son of Ranulph de Stivechale to Hugh son of Payne, smith of Coventr', of 3 acres of arable land in the fields of Stivechale; namely, half an acre in Parkhurne upon le Milnehul between the land which Ralph de Stretton' held and the land once belonging to Walter de Langeley; half an acre upon Ballokestone between the land of William le Westerne and the land of the said Ralph; half an acre in the same field between the land of John de Barue and the land of Ranulph son of Hugh de Stivechale; half an acre extending into the meadow of Crassewalle between the lands of the said John and Ralph; half an acre extending into the meadow of Mereden' between the land of Walter de Langel' and the land of Henry le Kallemaker'; and half an acre in le Parkhurne on le Milnehil between the land of Richard de Barue and the land of Walter de Langel'; to hold of the said Joylinus with free entrance and exit and all other appurtenances, except the meadow, for 18 years rendering annually one gillyflower at Michaelmas; and for this the said Hugh gives one mark; and should the said Joylinus wish to sell the land during the term, or to lease the same for a longer term, then the said Hugh would have the first choice of buying the same or taking up the longer term. Witnesses: Ralph de Whytele, Adam Mile of the same, Robert Forestar' of Stivech', Ralph son of Hugh of the same, John de Barue of the same, Thomas de Finham of the same and many others. Dated: Michaelmas, 1284 Tag, seal lost. Endorsed: i) Warr' Stivesthchall' [14th century] ii) 12 Ed. I [AG]