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Lease with warranty from William atte Lee of Morton' to John Whelere of Ullenhale, Alice his wife and Philip their son of a tenement with an orchard adjacent to the same in Ullenhale called Conyngesbiesplace and a field with a parcel of meadow lying in the same field called Conyngesbiesgretefeld and a croft called Fennycroft and also another croft called Pilescroft and two selions of land in the common field of Ullenhale lying between the land of Nicholas Celle on the one hand and the King's highway called Notelyngeswey on the other hand, to hold for the lives of the said John, Alice and Philip, rendering annually to the said William 13s. 4d. [2 terms]; the said William to have right of distraint if the said rent was unpaid or in arrears a fortnight beyond any of the said terms. Dated at Ullenhal' Sunday before the feast of the translation of St. Edward King and Confessor, 17 Richard II. Witnesses: Thomas Archer of Tonneworth', John Radencee, John Croweley, Richard Barell', William Coupere and others. Endorsed: [Contemp.] Ulenhale Dimisio facta per Willelmum Lee Johanni Wheler de Ullenhale et Alicie ad terminam vite de p de tenemento cum pomario adiaciente in Ulenhale vocat Coningbiesplace de campo cum parcello prati in eadem adiaciente Coningbiesgretefeld et crofto vacat Fennycroft et crofto vocat Pilescroft terre iacente in campo de Ulenhale inter terre Regis viam vocat Noteligsweye reddendo per annum xiijs iiijd anno regni Richardi ijd xvij. Latin, parchment, 9 x 43/4 in., indented