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Gift from Richard Dolphyn, perpetual vicar of the church of Maxtoke, and William Colynns, chaplain, to Henry de Sidenhale of Toneworth' and Katherine his wife, of a pond in Toneworth' called le Smythespol' lying in the tenement lately belonging to John Smyth of Munkspath, which pond with free entry and exit the grantor lately held by gift and feoffment of Robert Crowenhale of Toneworth', which said Robert held by gift and feoffment of John Smyth of Monkespath'; to hold from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service. Dated at Toneworth', Sunday after the feast of St Michael the Archangel. 1 Richard II. Witnesses: Thomas Larcher, Thomas atte Berne, Richard Gower, John Waryg, Edmind de Middulmor and others. Broad tag slit to take two seals: 1, Circular seal of red wax, 1 in., a female figure within a cusped quatrefoil, SIG WILLELMI DE 2, Circular seal of brown wax, 3/4 in. Endorsed: [ early 16th cent] Carta de Smythespole Ton' Latin, parchment, 9.25 x 4.25 ins.