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Gift with warranty from Roger de Conyngesby and Joan his wife to John de Blakgreue and Margery his wife of one selion in Asshecroft, lying between the land of Roger Lythulf' and the land of the said John in breadth, and butting at one end on the land of Adam Jones and at the other end on the road leading towards Stok', in exchange for 4 butts with one headland which the said John and Margery gave to the said Roger and Joan, lying between the messuage formerly belonging to Henry Attemere at the one end and the toft formerly belonging to Thomas Roger at the other end and ext to the road leading towards le Onheld'; the said Roger and Joan to hold the same from the chief lords of the fee for due and customary service and the said John and Margery to hold the same by the service of half-pence to be paid annually to the said Roger and Joan on the feast of St. Edith the Virgin [16 September] in lieu of all services. Dated at Middilton', Sunday on the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 6 Edward I [but in 6 Edward I [1278] 24 June fell on a Friday whereas in 6 Edward II [1313] it fell on a Sunday. Witnesses: William de Blak'greue, Ralph Osberne, Robert le Hare, Adam fabro, Henry Ade and others. Circular seal of black wax on tag, 3/4 in., a dog with a bird above. Latin, parchment, 9 x 53/4 in., indented.