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Coventry deeds and papers


Quitclaim from Nicholas le Wodeward of Coventr' to William de Hamslape, goldsmith, of Coventr' and Matilda his wife of all his right in 7 shillings annual rent which he was accustomed to receive from a certain tenement in `alto vico' [High Street] opposite Le Potteresrowe in Coventr' between the tenement of the said William and the tenement which Adam de Bromleye holds; which rent the said William and Matilda formerly had by the gift of the said Nicholas for the term of their lives. Witnesses: John de Clifton', bailiff, Roger de Pacwode, coroner, Robert Franceys, Robert de Chilton', Richard le Spicer, William le Waydur, John de Colishul, clerk, and many others. Dated at Coventr', Saturday in the feast of St. Gregory the Pope, 10 Edward II. Seal on tag: circular, white, indecipherable. Endorsed: vii sups;, redditus in alto foro ex opposito Pottersrow [AG]