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Defeasance from Robert Fulwode gentleman to Richard Yelshawe of Tonworth' namely that whereas the said Richard was bound to the said Robert in the penal sum of £20 by a bond dated 12 April 15 Henry VII (1500), the said parties agreed that if the said Richard paid to the Richard Fulwode esquire and to the said Robert and his heirs after the death of the said Richard Fulwod' all rights, dyties and services for the lands which he held from the said Richard in Tonworth' so that no rent, duty or service was withdrawn from the said Richard, Robert and their heirs because of the purchase of a toft and two crofts in Tonworth', then the said bond was void; the said parties also agreed that if John Yelshawe, son and heir apparent of the said Richard Yelshawe did not agree with this arrangement, he was to pay to the said Robert and his heirs 6 marks and receive back the said toft and crofts reserving to the said Robert and his heirs the rent and services formerly due. Dated, 15 Henry VII. Fragment of red wax on tag. Endorsed: [Early 16th cent] Ilshers English, parchment, 121/4 x 5 in., indented.