Document ReferenceMi D 299
TitleGift in fee simple, Hugh son of Adam of North Clifton, to William son of Amice of Fledborough. Location: North Clifton, Nottinghamshire
Content DescriptionHugo, son of Adam of North Clifton enfeoffs William, son of Amice of Fledburgh with four perches ('perticatas') and half a perch of arable land in field of North Clifton, lying over Trent furlong, Staynhou, Hungerhill and Langberg (abuttors named in the deed).

Terms: To be held by William, his heirs and assigns freely, quietly, well and in peace in perpetuity of the capital lord of the fee for services thence due and accustomed.

Date: Example of handwriting; terms of deed suggest post Quia Emptores 1290.

Witness: Pyrim, William, fl 1290 (of North Clifton) & Torald, John, fl 1290 (of North Clifton) & Adam, fl 1290 (son of Geoffrey of North Clifton) & John, fl 1290 (son of Hugo of South Clifton) & William, fl 1290 (son of William, clerk of South Clifton) & Wautlyn, William, fl 1290 (of South Clifton) & Peny, William, fl 1290 (of Newton)
Physical DescriptionTag and seal missing; endorsed by John Ray.
ConditionGood; some staining

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