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Feoffment: Ingon


Feoffment dated 10 February 7 Edward VI [1553], from Thomas Hawkyns, alias Fissher, of Ichyngton, esq., to William Clopton of Clopton, esq., for £550, of manors, lands, etc. called Yngton alias Ingon, Conyngsfelde, Avon medowe, and Ington groves, alias Ingon groves, in the parishes of Stratford-upon-Avon and Bishops Hampton [Hampton Lucy] and late belonging to the now dissolved college of Stratford-upon-Avon. With power of attorney to Thomas Robyns, gent., and John Barrett, yeoman, to give seisin. Signed 'Tho. Fysher', with fragment of seal. Possession delivered, 22 February 1553, in the presence of Thomas Osboldeston, gent., Richard Haryngton, David Wakeman, Humfrey Medley, John Hybborn, Richard Carter, Antony Olbesdeston, Edward Holyns, Robert Man and Henry Ward of Ingam, and William Lowson