Lease for the lives of the lessees with warranty from Henry de Sidenhale of Toneworth' to Richard Smyth of Bromleye, Alice his wife and John their son, of a messuage with adjacent curtilage and two crofts called Ruales and Brounesfeld' as they were enclosed with hedges and ditches; to hold for the term of their lives rendering annually to the lessor 18 shillings and 4 pence [ 2 terms] and heriot on the death of each of them, that is their better animal or chattel in default of an animal in lieu of all services; the lessees to maintain the said messuage without waste or destruction during the said term and the said lessor to provide all large timber as often as these repairs were necessary; if the said rent was in arrears or unpaid three weeks after the said terms or if the said messuage was not properly maintained the lessor had right of re-entry and distraint. Dated at Toneworth', Tuesday after the feast of St Chad the Bishop, 41 Edward III. Witnesses; Thomas atte Berne, John de Yeuelshawe, John Warner, Thomas Broun, William Smyth and others. Circular seal of red wax on tag, shield, charge defaced. Legend: S' Henrici de Sidenhale Endorsed: [ early 16th cent] C Ton' Latin, parchment, 11.75 x 4.75 ins., Indented.