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Gift from Henry de Keel, Adam de Keresleye of Coventr', merchants and Richard Brocok', chaplain, to John Halum, chaplain of all the lands and tenements, rents, reversions, services, meadows, pastures etc. which the grantors had by the gift of William Pykerell', chaplain, in the vill and fields of Styvechale; to hold from the chief lord of the fee for ever. Witnesses: John Huwet of Styvechale, Edmund Hord' of the same, John Clerk' of the same, Robert Ruyton' of Coventr', William Canleye of the same and others. Dated at Styvechale, 8 August, 16 Richard II. Note at foot by AG; lez premisses relessed to Kateryne de Honyngton anno xix Ricardi Secundi in festo ?sancti Marci Evangeliste. Nota Babthorp marie Margaret eius filiam et unam heredom, Francis aliam. Tag, seal lost. Endorsed: i) modo parcell de Sevenacre apud Carters Greyne alias Sandy le Greyne ubi olim Canley Jarde. ex bundario ville per nomen clausurae Katherine de Shulton appel Canley yard [AG] ii) Robertus Forester enfeff' de parte istum Thomam Carter unde carters grein alias Canley grein redd' iij sups; Roberto Forester; Johannes Canley tenet messuagium et l acram per iij sups; de Roberto Forester in inquisicione Nottingam viij Edwardi l [AG] iii) Robertus Pickerell et iste Willelmus fuerunt fratres 1. Willelmus Pickerell de Stretton 2. Willelmus Pickerell clericus 3. Halon clericus 4. vendidit Katherine de Honington xix Ricardi secundi 5. q'estat Thomas Essex tenuit per xij supd; in compoto Willelmi Pratt collectoris reddit' Willelmi Babthorpe [AG]