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Deed poll under the hand of Edward Fyssher of Fysshers' Itchington alias Bysshioppes' Itchington esquire recording a conveyance from the said Edward Fyssher to Thomas Jynkes alias Hankynson of Warwic yeoman, dated 10 December last, of a messuage called le Stonehowse in the borough of Warwic in the street called le Northegatestreete in the occupation of the said Thomas Jinkes, also four messuages together in the said borough on the said street in the several tenures of Alin Crosse widow, Thomas Rydge, Joan Geywodde widow and Ralph Fyssher freemason. [This property is more fully described in DR37/1/2758]; to hold for ever from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service. Signed: Edward Fisher' Dated: 18 December 21 Elizabeth 1578 Witnesses: William Edmond', Robert Cheldon', Richard Baber', John Awsmythe Circular seal of brown wax on tag, 3/4 in. Memorandum of livery of seisin, dated 22 December, by John Dyche and Robert Sheldon', endorsed: Witnesses: William Edmondes, Robert Phillippes, William Frekenton, William Fetherston, Daniel Geywodde, Robert Rydge, Robert James, Henry Brooke, Ralph Fyssher, Lawrence Odames, Reginald Sheldon, Thomas and William Shelson sons of the said Robert Sheldon, Roger Cco son of Philip Cce, John Hurste, John Grene son of John Grene carpenter, John Gynkes, John Hyett, William Hyett, John Kewton, Robert Joawes and Richard Baber. Endorsed: [Contemp.] A Deede of Feoffement made frome Edwarde Fissher esquiere To Thomas Jinke yoman of one messuage or Tenement called the Stone howse and foure other Tenements thereto adioyning Anno domini 1578 Latin, parchment, 211/4 x 101/2 in.