Compton Verney: early deeds, Compton Murdak, Kingston [?]. Lighthorne and in Northampton, a power of attorney
Power of attorney from Ralph Boteler, lord of Sudeley, knight; John, Lord Beauchamp, knight; William Breton; Thpmas Hill, John Redehill and Lawrence Viler, clerks;
to Edmund Mirell and William Haloughton, jointly and severally, to deliver seisin to;
Thomas Littelton, sergeant at law, John Broun, John Bellers, Everard Diggeby, John Temse, John Seggesmond, clerks, Thomas Boughton, Henry Boteler, Thomas Moston, Richard Wode, Thomas Acton, Richard Prudham, John Justice, clerk and William Braytoft;
of all their lands and tenements, rights and reversions c. with all appurtenances in Compton Mordak, Kyngeston, [ word excised], Lighthorne, and in Northampton, which they hold by gift and feoffment of Richard Verney, esq., excepting only that tenement in Newelonde, which Henry Stone lately held, according to the form and effect of a grant to them.
Dated at Compton Mordak 12 August 35 Henry VI