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Sale by Humphrey Archer of Tanworth esquire to John Payn and George Payn of Beoley, Worcestershire, yeoman, of all the timber growing on a parcel of land in Tanworth called Wodlande grove in the tenure of George Edwardes of Tanworth; the said John and George to fell all the trees on the said ground before the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross [3 May] and this was to be done at the right time of the year to safeguard the 'springe' of the said wood; the said John and George were to leave enough samplers to maintain the said grove, and to keep the fences of the said grove and to pay the tithe on the said grove; the said John and George to have free entrance and exit to and from the said grove until 12 months after the following feast of All Saints [1 November]. Dated, 3 Elizabeth. 2 seals of red wax through paper, St. Andrew's cross. Endorsed: [Contemp] John Peyns lesse for wood' English, paper, 121/4 x 71/2 in., indented.