Grant by Maud, late the wife of Thomas Derewyne, of New Windsor, in her proper widowhood, to William at t a Lee and Alice his sister, late the wife of John Chigewelle, of Farnham, for a certain sum of money paid, of2 half acres of arable in Farrtham, of which half an acre lies on la Koechelhull between the land of John Batayle on the north and that of Robert Selk on the south in breadth, one head extending on the King's way called le Heytborneweyo on the west and the other head on the land of Gregory the Smith, of ^amham, on the east in length, and half an acre lies at le Overslade between the land of John Batayle and that of Robert de Mylham in breadth, one head extending on a headland of Riohard the Smith on the north and the other on the land sometime of John Chygewell on the south In length. Witnesses: John Batayle, Walter atte Lee, John do Keynes,
Robert Jerraeyn, John Elys, John Edward, Robert de Mylham.
Parnham, 2 October 1325.
Seal, round, 26mm, natural colour wax, on doubled tag.
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