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Gift with warranty from Joylinus son of Ranulph de Styvechale to John Minot of Coventr' of 2 acres of land with adjacent headlands and appurtenances in Stivechale; of which 3 roods containing 3 butts of land lie in a field called Hallefeld' between the land which Sir Walter de Langeleye once held and the land which Ralph de Stretton' held; another 3 roods containing 3 selions lie outside the garden of the grantor in the field called Meredenefeld' between the lands of the said Walter and Ralph; and half an acre containing one selion lies in the field called Parkfeld' between the land of the said John and the land which Ralph de Wyteleye held, and abutting on the half acre at le Parkhurns in length and breadth; to hold of the said Joylinus for ever, rendering annually one pair of white gloves worth one halfpenny, or one halfpenny at Easter; and for this the said John gives 40 shillings. Witnesses: Robert le Wodeward of Stivechale, Ralph de Wyteley, John de Barewe of Styvechale, Ranulph son of Hugh of the same, Adam son of Miles de Wyteley, Alexander de Bathekynton' clerk, John de Cannele of Styvechale and others. Seal on tag; circular, white; damaged. An anchor. Legend defaced. Endorsed: i) de Styvechale [14th c.] ii) nota iij landes next[erased] iij under [erased] iii) 2 acrae cum chevitiis [AG]