Coventry deeds and papers
Feoffment from Thomas Gregorie of Coventr' to Arthur Gregorie his son and William Phynes of Fletchampsted stapler, of a tenement with the garden adjoining in the occupation of the said Thomas and situate in Coventr' in Smithfordstreet near le Broid Gait there and also his messuage with garden and orchard in Stichall and all lands etc. to the said messuage in Stichall adjacent in the tenure of the said Thomas Gregorie, and all other his lands etc. in Stichall and elsewhere in Coventr'; also all his messuages, lands, woods etc. in Kinges Hill in the parish of Stoneley, and all his water mill and fulling mill called Rabcroft Mylne in Stoneley aforesaid with one croft adjacent to the said mill called Rabcroft, and another croft there called Baldewynes Grove; also a parcel of land on the south side of the water there called Litle Forwood or a Pingle in the tenure of Richard Mason, walker, with the fishery and pool there called Pipes Poole and the water courses to the same belonging; and finally by licence of the Queen first obtained his Grange or capital messuage called HellinHull Grange in the parish of Stoneley with all land thereto belonging [see no. DR10/1204] to hold all the said premises to the use of the said Arthur Gregory and his heirs for ever. Dated: 6 October, 4 Elizabeth. Seal on tag: red, armorial, indecipherable. Endorsed: The houes at the brode gate in Coventry, the landes in Stivichall and Hill gifen to Arthur Gregory by Tho. Gregory the father of Arth. [LG] Faded but engrossed in Gregory cartulary, ff. 226-226v.