Gift with warranty from Simon Waryng of Thoneworth to William his son of two crofts of arable land with a certain piece of meadow in Thoneworth'; one croft lying between the land of the said William on the one hand and the land of Robert de Crowenhale called le Rudynges on the other, and extending in length from the lane called la ? Pythelone as far as the land of the said William son of the grantor; the other croft with the said piece of meadow lying in breadth between the lane leading towards Ryneldeg'puttes on the one hand and a certain moor of William Gower on the other and extending in length from the land formerly belonging to William Gybhensone as far as the land of the said William Gower as it is defined by its boundaries, hedges and ditches; to hold from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service. Sealing clause. Dated at Thoneworth', Sunday before the feast of St Mathew the Apostle, 34 Edward III. Witnesses: Robert de Crowenhale, John Elys, Edward de Middelmor, William Gower, Thomas le Masoun and others. Tag for seal. Latin, parchment, 9.5 x 3.75 ins.