Quitclaim from Agnes widow of Hamo Underwode to Thomas her son of her right and title to lands in Brinkelowe
Quitclaim from Agnes Widow of Hamo Underwode of Brandone to Thomas her son of all her right and title which she had or might have in seventeen Selions with four Gores and one half a headland (forera) of arable land in the fields of Brinkelowe, of which
ten selions and one Gore lie dispersedly on Mukele Banelond and extending in length as far at Cros Furlong;
two selions lie at le Yondre Barre between lands of John Odi on both sides;
two buttes lie next the highway between the land of John Odi and extending onto the land of Simon Smith (Faber);
half a headland lies in le Inheth next the land which heretofore belonged to Geoffrey son of Gilbert of Wavere with one Gore there;
one selion lies in le Inheth between the land of John Odi and the land formerly belonging to the said Geoffrey;
one selion lies in le Inheth between the land of John Odi and the land of John Colemon;
one selion lies on Fosse furlong next the land of the Church and extending onto the headland of John Odi;
and two selions likewise lie `into' Fosse between the land of the said Geoffrey and the land of Richard Moris with all appurtenances wheresoever.
Witnesses: John Odi, Richard Edward, John Colemon, Henry Moris, Robert Paris of Brinkelowe and others.
Dated at Brinkelowe, Thursday on the feast of St. Lawrence 6 Edward II.
Seal on tag: white, broken. A heater shaped shield, a hare riding a dog (?)