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Feoffment with warranty from Kenelm Throckmerton, Clement Throckmerton and John Throckmerton esquires to John Waryng of Tonneworth county Warwici yeoman for £9 of one tenement and a parcel of meadow in Tonneworth called Hoddes in the tenure of Joan Hollyook widow, lately belonging to the chantry known as the second chantry, together with all woods, rents, services and profits as freely as the grantors held the same of King Edward VI by letters patent, 24 June 7 Edward VI; to hold for ever from the King as of his manor of Eastgrenewiche in Kent in free socage and not in chief, rendering annually to Robert Throkmerton knight 5d. [2 terms]. Appointment of attorney by the said grantors of Thomas Grene and John Browne. Signed: Kenelm Throkmerton Clement Throkmerton John Throkmerton Dated, 7 Edward VI Witnesses to livery of seisin endorsed: John Fulwode the younger gentleman, Robert Atwode, Oliver Hunt, Thomas Wheler, Richard Wescote, Henry Wescote, Edward Wheleok and many others. [Dated 12 July 7 Edward VI although Edward died 6 July] 1. Circular seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., an elephant's head 2. Circular seal of red wax on tag, 3/4 in., on a decorated shield a falcon with wings displayed and inverted 3. Fragment of red wax. Endorsed: [Contemp] Johannes Waryng The aquitance for Hoddys Latin, parchment, 153/4 x 9 in.