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Feoffment with warranty from Kenelm Throkmerton, Clement Throkmerton and John Throkmerton esquires to John Johensons of Nuthurst county Warr' husbandman for £4. 8s. of one croft in Nuthurst county Warr' called Nokye croft, lying in length between the land of Alfred Trussell esquire called Bostons and the highway and in breadth between the highway on both sides, now in the tenure of the said John, formerly chantry land belonging to the chantry called the second chantry, together with all woods, subwoods and rents, as freely as the grantors held the same by letters patent, 24 June 7 Edward VI [1553]; to hold for ever from the King as from his manor of Estgrenewiche in Kent in free socage and not in chief. Appointment of attorney by the said grantors of John Fulwode the younger of Toneworth' gentleman, Thomas Grene and Richard Wescote yeoman to deliver seisin. Dated, 7 Edward VI. 1. Circular seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., the letters R K crowned 2. Oval seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 x 3/4 in. 3. Circular seal of red wax on tag, 3/4 in., a lover's knot between the letters T W Witnesses to delivery of seisin endorsed: Edmund Fulwood esquire, Robert Taylor, Humphrey Bragee and Rogr Bragge. Endorsed: [Late 16th or early 17th cent] A deed of Nokey croft from King Edward the Sixth [S.A.] Nooky Crofte Latin, parchment, 173/4 x 93/4 in.