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Chesterton: early deeds


Grant by William White of Chesterton to Thomas, son of William Legh of Kingston, a plot of land in the grantor's curtilage, within the vill of Chesterton, lying between the curtilage of the said Thomas and the grnator's, and extending in length and width as more clearly appears in the devise made between the foresaid curtilages. To hold the said plot of land, with appuretenances to the said Thomas, his heirs and assigns, of the chief lord of the fee, for services due and accustomed. Warranty clause Witnesses: Sir Nicholas de Gudeford, now parson of Chesterton; Richard Sowe ; Hugh Loges ; William Fermesham; Robert Baldwyn; Robert Francis, all of Chesterton; John, son of Walter Paunton of Fermesham