Document ReferenceMi D 215/2
Title16th century copy of agreement at the Court of Attachment, dated 12 January 1483. Location: Calverton, Nottinghamshire
Date12 January 1483
16th century
Content DescriptionIt was agreed by the Court of Attachment held by the King at Calverton on 12 January 23 Edward IV [1483] that the wood called Kydall was attached to the men of the town of the said Calverton by the Court of Attachment held at Calverton on 9 March 32 Henry VI [1454] in default of the service of woodward according to the customs of Sherwood forest or by the roll of the verderer 'viridarii' at the time of the said King.

Terms: Having and holding the said wood of Kydall with its appurtenances by the said men and their successors in the said town in perpetuity according to the customs of the said forest making annually thereby to the king service of woodward and suit of court of attachment to present all the transgressions of 'viridar' cum 'venari'' (the chase) within the same wood and in other locations nearby and making fine to the king of 2/- under the seal of the said court on the day, place and year above written.

Date: 12th day of March, 18 Edward IV. Handwriting indicates this is a later 16c copy written in similar hand to that in Middleton Forest Book (Mi L 3) pages D xiii-xvi.
Physical Description16c Endorsement (possibly by George Medeleye) added to by Sir Francis Willoughby.

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