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Feoffment with warranty from Richard Fulwood of Tonworth' county Warr' esquire to John Johnson' of Tonworth' whippemaker of a close in Tonworthe which lately was part of Foxholes, lying in breadth between the house which the said John Johnson' then inhabited on the south, and the hedges or close of the grantor called Foxholes on the north, and extending in length from a certain wood of the grantor on the west as far as the highway leading from Vllenhale towards Byrmyngham on the west as defined by its boundaries; also a room on the south side of the said house now built upon the said close, the said close and room now being in the tenure of the said John Johnson'; to hold for ever from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service, rendering annually to the grantor 5s. [2 terms], the said grantor having the right of distraint for non-payment or arrears of the same. Signed: Richardus Fullwode ar' Dated, 1 Edward VI Witnesses: John Robyns of Tonworthe, William Hethe of the same, John Cook of Lapworthe and others. Fragment of seal of red wax on tag. Latin, parchment, 131/2 x 8 in., indented.