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Feoffment by Richard Godwine, of Tydington in Alveston, al. Awston, blacksmith, to Thomas Godwine, his son, for 40 marks of a tenement etc. in `Stretford super Aven' in `the Bridge streete', now in the tenure of the said Thomas Godwine, between a tenement of the late John Sadler called `the Beare', now inhabited by Thomas Barber, on the east and a tenement, etc. of Francis Clayton in the tenure of Richard Dyson on the west, and purchased by the said Richard Godwine from Adrian Quiney on 28 June 1567 (ER2/10); with power of attorney to Henry Rogers to give seisin. Dated 27 February 25 Elizabeth [1584]. Latin, signed by a mark, with seal; a demi-lion rampant. Witnesses: Robert Salisbury, Nicholas Lane, Nicholas Knolles, Henry Rogers, Henry Rogers, junior. Endorsed with note of delivery of seisin, 27 February in presence of N. Knolles, George Bardell, Henry Rogers, junior, and Thomas Godwine, senior. Endorsed in a later hand: `Old Red Lion Inn'.