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Stivichall deeds and papers


Power of attorney from John Parker of Coventre, draper, son and heir of Thomas Parker to Robert Lirpole of Coventr' and William Norton' the younger to deliver seisin to William Deye son of John Deye of Styvechale of one toft and one and a half acres of arable land in the vill and fields of Styvechale, according to the charter granted by the said John to the said William. Dated at Styvechale, Monday in the week of Whitsun, 4 Henry 5 Seal on tongue; circular, red. The letters IP within decorative foliage; tie below. Endorsed: i) Littera attornatoria Johannis Parker draper facta Willelmo Deye de tenementis in Styvechale prout patet inferius [contemp.] A grant of John Parker to Will' Norton and others to give peaceable possession to Will' Day of Stichall of a toft and an acre and a halfe of ground in Stichall. Anno regni regis Henr' 5, 4.

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