Compton Verney: early deeds, Compton [?], a grant
Grant by Sir Thomas Murdak, knight, lord of Compton Murdak with the consent of Helen his wife, to Agnes Jones of Compton Murdak and her children William, Thomas and John, for their lives and the life of the longest liver, of one messuage and one virgate of arable land with appurtenances, lately held by William Hank of Compton Murdak.
Paying annually therefore to the said Thomas Murdak and Helen, their heirs or assigns, twelve shillings of good and lawful money at the four usual terms, in lieu of all services, except suit of court twice a year and a heriot after the death of the longest liver of them.
Warranty clause. Witnesses:
Sir John Jones of Compton, chaplain;
William Watten of Combrook;
Richard Tewen of Brookhampton and others.
Dated at Compton Murdak, Tuesday in the feast of St Agnes, 38 Edward III