Document ReferenceMi D 1152
TitleLease, Sir John de Bracebridge to William atte Cres. Location: [North or South] Wheatley, Nottinghamshire, and Slately and Kingsbury, Warwickshire
Date2 May 1361
Content DescriptionSir John de Bracebrigge, dominus of Kingsbury leases to William atte Cres of Wheatley a parcel of land with its buildings, with adjacent croft with hedges and woods with all lands and tenements which once were Michael Frankelyn's in the vill and fields of Wheatley; also leased are various fields in Slately and Kingsbury [Warwickshire].

Terms: To be held by William for the term of his life freely, quietly, well and in peace of John and his heirs paying annually six silver shillings at four annual terms in the manor court of Kingsbury.

Date: Sunday next after Feast of Apostles Philip and Jacob, 35 Edward III

Witness: Inge, William, fl 1361 & Bath, Simon atte, fl 1361 & Ilers, William del, fl 1361
Physical DescriptionIndented upper edge; tag seal missing; endorsed in unknown 17c hand.
ConditionGood; faint script
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