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Pasmethe and holden of the aforesaid Peter Legh for a term of years on the west; all which aforesaid premises render to the said Peter Legh yearly three shillings and three pence.

MARIA, who was the wife of Hamon de Assheton, holds of the said Peter Legh by military service one messuage with one garden thereto annexed in Kyrkestrete and four acres of arable land lying in Arpeley field, which messuage and garden lie and are situate in breadth of the said garden and in length of the said messuage between an empty burgage of Randle de Rixton on the west, and a messuage and garden of William Botiller in the tenure of Ellen Munke on the east, and extend in length of the said garden and in breadth of the said messuage from Kyrkestrete aforesaid on the north, as far as a certain croft of Henry Garnet containing two acres of land on the south; and the aforesaid four acres lie in two small crofts inclosed with hedges and ditches, namely, one containing one acre and a half of land and the other containing two acres and a half, lying in Arpeley in a certain place called Hawrydynge, beside another place called Anglesey, in breadth between land the inheritance of Randle Rixton but now in the tenure of the wife of the late John Pigot, under the name of her dower, on the west, and land of Richard Bruche on the east, and extending in length from a certain croft of Thomas Hille in the tenure of Richard Hardwar on the north, as far as land of the said William Botiller in the tenure of Johanna, late wife of Hamon le Nayler, on the south; which messuage, garden, and four acres of land aforesaid, render to the said Peter Legh yearly for chief rent two shillings and four pence.

Likewise the before named GILBERT SOTHEWURTHE holds of the said Peter, that is to say, in capite by the said service, one acre of land in a field called le Marlet hey with an acre of land of the said

tenta per dictum servitium de dicto Petro, quæ quidem acra cum prædicta acra dicti Ricardi jacent in latitudine inter brueram de Weryngton ex parte boreali et prædictam terram dicti Ricardi Pasmethe ex parte australi et extendunt in longitudine partim a parcella terræ dicti Petri in tenura Johannis Hakynsall vocata le Crymbull ex parte orientali usque ad aliam parcellam dictæ brueræ de Weryngton ex parte occidentali.

Item tenet tres rodas terræ per æstimationem in furlongo campi de Hollay vocato le Hellehole jacentes inter parcellam aquæ de Mersee ex parte australi et ex parte boreali dicta aqua limitat partem dictæ terræ et partem terræ Ranulphi Rixton et extendit ab alia parcella dictæ aquæ ex fine orientali usque ad terram Willielmi Botiller in tenura Johannis Sonky ex parte occidentali.

Item tenet in capite de dicto Petro unum burgagium ædificatum cum gardino jacens ex latere orientali dictæ venellæ de Weryngton vocatæ Newgate jacentia in latitudine inter ripam dictæ aquæ et scilicet le Bonke strete ex parte australi et terram videlicet burgagium Willielmi Botiller in tenura Johannis Lawe ex latere boreali.

Item tenet unum gardinum scilicet in capite jacens ex boreali latere cujusdam fontis vocati le Halumswalle et terræ Willielmi Botiller ex parte boreali et extendit a gardino Willielmi Blakehurste ex parte orientali et gardino Henrici Garnet ex parte occidentali. Quæ reddunt dicto Petro per annum viginti denarios. Item tenet aliam parcellam terræ in capite per dictum servitium jacentem in campo de Weryngton vocato Hammundisholme in Hollay jacen. annum dicto Petro viginti

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Item tenet aliam parcellam terræ jacentem in Arpeley continentem unam rodam terræ.

Et sciatur quod dictus Gilbertus tenet omnia tenementa sua in Weryngton in capite de dicto Petro per dictum servitium et reddit de capitali redditu per annum in toto decem solidos et tres denarios.

Richard Pasmethe holden of the said Peter by the said service, which acre and also the aforesaid acre of the said Richard lie in breadth between Weryngton heath on the north, and the aforesaid land of the said Richard Pasmethe on the south, and extend in length partly from a parcel of land of the said Peter in the tenure of John Hakynsall, called le Crymbull, on the east, as far as another parcel of the said heath of Weryngton on the west.

Also he holds three roods of land by estimation in the furlong of Hollay field, called le Hellehole, lying between a part of Mersee water on the south, and on the north the said water bounds part of the said land and a part of Randle Rixton's land, and extending from another part of the said water on the east, as far as land of William Botiller in the tenure of John Sonky on the west.

Also he holds in capite of the said Peter one [newly] erected burgage with a garden lying on the east side of the said lane of Weryngton called Newgate, lying in breadth between the bank of the said water, to wit, le Bonkestrete on the south, and land, to wit, a burgage of William Botiller in the tenure of John Lawe on the north.

Also he holds one garden, to wit, in capite lying on the north side of a certain well called le Hallumswalle, and having land of William Botiller on the north, and extending from a garden of William Blakehurste on the east, and a garden of Henry Garnet on the west; which renders to the said Peter yearly twenty pence. Also he holds another parcel of land in capite by the said service in a field in Weryngton called Hamundisholme in Hollay, lying which renders yearly to the said Peter twenty three

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Also he holds another parcel of land lying in Arpeley containing one rood of land ....

And be it known that the said Gilbert holds all his tenements in Weryngton in capite of the said Peter by the said service, and renders yearly for chief rent in the whole ten shillings and three pence.

Hic incipit limitatio omnium messuagiorum terrarum et tenementorum ad voluntatem Petri Legh militis infra hamelettam de Overforthe juxta Weryngton, &c.

Imprimis. Dictus PETRUS LEGH habet quoddam pratum ad serviendum tenentibus suis de Overforthe prædicto vocatum Dalcarr1 medo continens sex acras prati jacens in latitudine inter viam quæ ducit a ponte de Longeforthe usque ad villam de Hulme ex parte orientali et alium pratum Willielmi Botiller vocatum Homur plokke ex parte occidentali et extendit in longitudine a bruera de Weryngton ex parte australi usque ad acram prati Nicholai Sonky ex parte boreali, quod pratum valet dicto Petro per annum ad voluntatem suam videlicet tresdecim solidos et quatuor denarios.

JOHANNES SOTHURN de Overforthe tenet de dicto Petro ad voluntatem unum messuagium cum orto continente unam rodam terræ jacentia in latitudine inter terram Ricardi Sothewurthe armigeri ex parte boreali et brueram de Overforthe ex parte australi fere et extendunt in longitudine a terra dicti Ricardi Sotheworthe ex parte occidentali usque ad terram dicti Petri in tenura dicti Johannis Sothurne et Gilberti Hoggekynson ex parte orientali.

Item tenet duas parvas haias cum sepibus et fossis inclusas continentes quatuor acras terræ arabilis jacentes in latitudine inter terram dicti Ricardi Sothewurthe ex parte occidentali et terram dicti Petri in tenura dicti Gilberti ex parte orientali et extendentes in longitudine a prædicto messuagio et orto dicti Petri in tenura prædicti Johannis ex parte australi usque ad aliam terram dicti Petri in tenura dicti Johannis Sothurne vocatam Rede Erthe ex parte boreali.

Item tenet de dicto Petro Legh unam acram terræ arabilis

This field is still known by its ancient name. In a conveyance dated in 1744, this description occurs : "All that rood land, plot or parcel of unenclosed ground lying and being in Dalker, otherwise Dalker Meadow."

Here begins the limit of all the messuages, lands, and tenements at will of the said Peter Legh, knight, within the hamlet of Overforthe beside Weryngton, &c.

Imprimis the said Peter Legh has a certain meadow for the use of his tenants in Overforthe aforesaid, called Dalcarr medo, containing six acres of meadow lying in breadth between the way which leads from the bridge of Longeforthe as far as the town of Hulme on the east, and another meadow of William Botiller called Homur plokke on the west, and extending in length from Weryngton heath on the south, as far as an acre of meadow of Nicholas Sonky on the north; which meadow is worth to the said Peter yearly at his will thirteen shillings and four pence.

JOHN SOTHURN, of Overforthe, holds of the said Peter at will one messuage with a garden containing one rood of land lying in breadth between land of Richard Sotheworthe, esquire, on the north, and Orford heath towards the south, and extending in length from land of the said Richard Sotheworthe on the west, as far as land of the said Peter in the tenures of the said John Sothurne and Gilbert Hoggekynson on the east.

Also he holds two small closes inclosed with hedges and ditches containing four acres of arable land lying in breadth between land of the said Richard Sotheworthe on the west, and land of the said Peter in the tenure of the said Gilbert on the east, and extending in length from the aforesaid messuage and garden of the said Peter in the tenure of the aforesaid John on the south, as far as other land of the said Peter in the tenure of the said John Sothurne, called Rede Erthe, on the north.

Also he holds of the said Peter Legh one acre of arable land

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