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Stivichall deeds and papers


Gift with warranty from Thomas Pynchebek' of Coventre to John Parker, draper of Coventre and William Deye son of John Deye of Styvechale of a capital messuage with all the arable land, meadow, pastures, feedings and appurtenances in the vill and fields of Styvechale, which once belonged to Robert de Barowe of the said vill; and which messuage is situated near the cemetry of the chapel of St. James of Styvechale; and the lands and meadows lie scattered in the fields of the said vill; to hold the same of the chief lord of the fee for ever. Witnesses: John Halom chaplain, John Merton', John Clerk, Richard Huwet, Robert Clerk of Styvechale, John Harsale, John Ofchirch', clerk of Coventre and others. Dated at Styvechale, Saturday next before the feast of St. Mathew, 12 Henry IV. Seal on tag; circular, red. The letter T. Endorsed: i) Memorandum quod hec est una carta principalis tenementi de Styveschal [?contemp.] ii) a grant of Tho: Pinchebacke of Coventry to John Parker of the same and others of a capitall messuadge with th' appurtenances in the feildes of Stychale Henr. 4. 12