Compton Verney: early deeds, Compton Murdak, a grant
Grant by Geoffrey Dobyn of Chadshunt to John of Gaydon, called the Clerk, one messuage and one virgate of land with appurtenances in the town and fields of Compton Murdak, together with Alan his serf with all his goods and chattels.
Also grants to John, an annual rent of sixteen strikes of corn, old measure, payable at Michaelmas by John Durvassal from one hide of land.
Warranty clause. Witnesses:
John Faukener of Radway;
Henry Mile of Brookhampton;
Walter Hugon of Chadshunt;
Henry Rimel of Itchington;
William Wrastler of the same;
Thomas Raven of Tachbrook and others
Dated at Chadshunt, Sunday in the feast of St Valentine, 13 Edward III
Endorsed to the effect that Geoffrey Dobyn was son and heir of Richard of Chadshunt, clerk, and heir of Alice, wife of the said Richard, which Alice was aunt of William of Gaydon