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Chesterton: early deeds


Quitclaim from Geoffrey F[r]anceys called Deadecokes of Chesterton, forhimself and his heirs, to Sir Nicholas de Guildford, parson of the church of Chesterton, his heirs and assigns, of all his right his right and claim in three acres of land and half a virgate of meadow with appurtenances, in the territory of Chesterton, which the said Sir Nicholas holds by gift and feoffment form the said Geoffrey as by his charter more plainly appears Witnesses: Sir Henry de Lodbroke, knight; Alan de Wodelowe, William de Fermisham, Thomas Harris, Geoffrey Ede of Harbury Dated at Chesterton Sunday in the feast of the Apostles Peter and Paul 13 Edward II