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Gift with warranty from John Brome of Warrewyk' to Henry Archer son of Thomas Archer of Toneworthe of two tenements in the borough of Warwick in the street called Retherchepyng' between the tenement of John Weston' in which Richard Newenlyn lived on the one hand and the said street on the other hand in breadth and extending in length from the market place to the land of Geoffrey Ive of Henley according to its metes and bounds, one of which two tenements the said John Brome held by the gift and feoffment of William Benet son and heir of William Benet the elder [see DR37/1/2751] and the other by the gift and feoffment of John Claredom, also a tenement with two cottages annexed to the same in Warr' in the street called Smythesctrete between the land of Richard Ferro on the one hand and the King's highway on the other hand, namely le Cornerplace according to its metes and bounds; to hold for ever from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service. Dated at Warrewyk' Thursday after the feast of St. Edmund King and Martyr 1 Henry V Witnesses: John Parkere parson of the church of Bereforde, John Rody goldsmith of Warr', Thomas Rody, Robert Baxte, William Hopkyns of the same and others. Circular seal of red wax on tag, 1/2 in., a four-leaved clover. Latin, parchment, 121/2 x 7 in.