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Stivichall deeds and papers


Gift with warranty from Henry de Shulton' rector of the church of Botyndon' to William de Passenham and John de Haldenby of a messuage with buildings on the same and a curtilage, as it is enclosed with hedges and ditches, which the said Henry had in the vill of Styvychale by the gift of the said William de Passenham; which messuage and curtilage lies between the land of Thomas de Shulton' and the land once belonging to John de Barowe; and the said William and John to hold the same of the chief lord of the fee. Witnesses: Robert de Barowe of Styvychal', William Godfelawe, Edmund Horde, John son of Thomas Balli', and William le Baillif'. Dated at Styvychal', Sunday next after the feast of St. Andrew, 30 Edward III. Seal on tag; oval, red, but incomplete. Standing figure of Virgin and Child with a kneeling suppliant, the whole within a decorated gothic quatre-foil. Legend obscure. Endorsed: i) Carta Henrici de Shulton' Rectoris ecclesie de Botenedon' facta Willelmo de Pass' et J. de Haldenby de uno messuagio cum pertinenciis in Stivechale ii) Tyth barne [AG]