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Kingshill in Stoneleigh deeds and papers


Draft of an inquisition held at Warwick on 4 April, 23 Elizabeth before [George] Digby, sheriff, witnessing that on 24 November, 13 Elizabeth [1570] Arthur Gregory, esq., was seised jointly with Jane Ferrers, now his wife, of the manors of Kyngeshull and Styvechale, a certain field called Woodfeyld containing sixty acres, a messuage called le Overhalstude, and various rents arising from lands and tenements of the Master and Fellows of Christ's College, Cambridge, in Styvechale, of Henry Goodyer, esq., in Styvechale, Richard Smyth, esq., in Weston and Fletchamsted and Thomas Holbach in Alspath. Verso. Draft of a letter by Arthur Gregory to [Lord Bergavenny] beginning `Right honorable. Whereas I rec' lately yo supr; Lordships lres for keeping of the courtes at Allesly and Fylongly ...' [See no. DR10/2118].