Document ReferenceMi D 1129
TitleBond, Walter d'Evreux to Matilda d'Evreux. Location: Thrumpton, Nottinghamshire
Content DescriptionWalter de Ebroycis [d'Evreux], dominus of Lenhales [Lyonshall, Herefordshire] enfeoffs domine Matilda de Ebroycis in all the lands, tenements and rents which his father dominus William de Ebroycis held in the town of Thrumpton and has bound himself according to the chirograph made between them in the King's court to attorn the said Matilda by the Nativity of St. John Baptist in the fourth year of King Edward's reign.

Terms: If this should not be done William binds himself and his heirs and all his goods, movable and immovable to pay to the said Matilda £44-13-4d by Michaelmas next; if this be not paid then he wishes that whoever shall be Sheriff of Hereford at that time should distrain him to make the aforesaid payment for which he the sheriff shall be paid 20/-; Walter also binds himself to submit to the jurisdiction of the Bishop of Hereford at that time and be compelled to observe the agreement by means of any ecclesiastical censure.

Date: 4 Edward I.
Physical DescriptionTwo lateral tags; endorsed in unknown 17c hand.

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