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Kingshill in Stoneleigh deeds and papers


Gift with warranty from Philip son of Richard son of Nicholas de Kyngeshull' to Alexander Thurbarn de Schireford' of one messuage and one quarter of land with its appurtenances in the town and fields of Kyngeshull', of which the messuage lies between the land of the Abbot and Convent of Stonleye and the land of Roger Susan in breadth, extending in length from the King's highway to the field of Hull'; to hold the same of the chief lord of the fee. Witnesses: John de Finham, John Campion of Flichamstede, Thomas le Yonge of the same, Philip son of John Harri of Hull', Richard brother of the same Philip, Leodegar son of Henry Aleyn of Hull', Roger de Finham and others. Dated at Kingeshull', Thursday in the Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 11 Edward II. Seal lost. The tag is a portion of a document dated at Coventr', Wednesday in the feast of St. Edmund King and Martyr, 8 Edward II, witnessed by John de Clifton', Bailiff of Coventr', Roger de Pacwode, Coroner of the same, William Le Wallere, Geoffrey le Wallere, John Corewenne of Coventr' and others. Endorsed: i) a mese with a quartrum lond ii) Alexander de Shurford, iii supd; [AG] iii) Kingeshull [AG] iv) Philipus filius Ricardi filii Nicolai Philipus filius Johannis filii Henrici [AG]