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from le Markethe yate aforesaid as far as the said high church on the south, and extending in length from the said place called Marketh yate on the west as far as the messuage of William Botiller in the tenure of John Massy on the east. And the said wife of Laurence Balfrunte hath the said hall for a certain term, as appears by indentures made between the said Peter Legh and [the said] Laurence. Which [premises] are worth yearly, as it is supposed, ten shillings, with the service of two days in autumn, worth fourpence per annum.

Likewise the said Peter has in the street called Kyrkestrete of the aforesaid town one small garden containing two beds of land lying in breadth between certain beds of Randle Rixton in the tenure of Richard Massy on the west, and a garden of William Botiller in the tenure of the said Richard Massy on the east, and extending in length from the said street of Kyrkestrete aforesaid on the north as far as the barns of the rectory of the high church of Weryngton on the south, which garden is worth yearly to the said Peter Legh, to wit

WILLIAM HOLME holds of the said Peter one garden containing one broad bed of land lying in an orchard called Davidis yorde the webster, in breadth between a bed of William Botiller's in the tenure of the said William Holme on the south, [interposed] between the said street leading from the fountain called Hallumswalle as far as the high church on the south and a small garden of Peter de Werburton in the tenure of the said William Holme on the north, and extending in length from land, to wit, a croft, garden, and appleyard of William Blakehurst, demised by indenture for a certain term by the said Peter Legh to the said William, on the west, as far as a certain lane called le Hethe street leading from a house of Roger Arosmythe's heir, now in the tenure of the said William Holme towards Weryngton heath on the east, and is worth yearly to the said Peter eightpence.

RICARDUS PASMETHE nuper de Weryngton tenuit in vita sua de dicto Petro Legh in villa prædicta ad certum terminum unum ortum cum una ustrina nova desuper ædificata jacentia in vico vocato Kyrkestrete in latitudine inter unum croftum friscum Henrici Garnet ex parte orientali et terram. .. ex parte occidentali et extendentia in longitudine a prædicto vico de Kyrke strete ex parte boreali usque ad alium vicum dictæ villæ vocatum le Bonke strete ex parte australi, quæ valent per annum dicto Petro....

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§ WILLIELMUS KYNGELEY de Weryngton tenet de dicto Petro Legh milite unam acram terræ jacentem in campo de Hollay in latitudine inter altam viam quæ ducit a vico de Kyrkestrete usque ad Hollay ex parte orientali et terram uxoris Laurentii Balfrunte ex parte occidentali et extendit in longitudine a terra Ricardi Bruche in tenura Johannis Pasmethe glover ex parte australi usque ad prædictam altam viam a le vico de Kyrkestrete usque ad Hollay prædictum ex parte boreali et valet per annum

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Item dictus Willielmus Kyngeley tenet de dicto Petro Legh quendam campum cum sepibus et fossis inclusum continentem tres acras terræ jacentem in latitudine inter quendam Pyghull1 Willielmi Gerard de Ince ex parte fere boreali et partim orientali et altam viam quæ ducit a bruera de Weryngton usque ad venellam vocatam Baglane ex parte fere australi et partim occidentali et extendit in longitudine a via quæ ducit de le Kyrke strete usque ad dictam brueram ex parte fere occidentali et partim boreali usque ad terram Willielmi Botiller in tenura Edmundi Berdisley ex parte fere orientali et partim australi, qui vålet per annum dicto Petro quatuor solidos duos denarios.

Item dictus PETRUS habet unum gardinum jacens in le Hethestrete villæ de Weryngton in latitudine inter messuagium Johannis

1 This term occurs in the Whalley Coucher Book, (p. 611,) where we meet with the Flax Pyghull Its origin is probably explained in the following extract from Blount's Law Dictionary, i.e. "Picle, alias Pightel, (Pictellum et Pightellum ;) a

RICHARD PASMETHE, late of Weryngton, held during his life of the said Peter Legh in the town aforesaid, for a certain term, one garden with one new bakehouse lately erected, lying in the street called Kyrkestrete, in breadth between one fresh croft of Henry Garnet on the east and land. . . . on the west and extend

ing in length from the Kyrkestrete aforesaid on the north as far as another street of the said town called le Bonke strete on the south, which are worth yearly to the said Peter . . .

WILLIAM KYNGELEY of Weryngton holds of the said Peter Legh, knight, one acre of land lying in Hollay field, in breadth between the highway which leads from Kyrkestrete as far as Hollay [i.e. Howley] on the east, and land of Laurence Balfrunte's wife on the west, and extending in length from land of Richard Bruche in the tenure of John Pasmethe, glover, on the south, as far as the aforesaid highway from le Kyrkestrete to Hollay aforesaid on the north, and is worth yearly

Also the said William Kyngeley holds of the said Peter Legh a certain field inclosed with hedges and ditches, containing three acres of land lying in breadth between a certain Pyghull of William Gerard of Ince towards the north and in part towards the east, and a highway which leads from Weryngton heath as far as a lane called Baglane towards the south and in part towards the west, and extending in length from a way which leads from the Kyrke strete as far as the said heath in part towards the west and in part towards the north, as far as land of William Botiller in the tenure of Edmund Berdisley in part towards the east and in part towards the south, which is worth to the said Peter four shillings and twopence.

Likewise the said PETER has one garden lying in le Hethestrete of the town of Weryngton in breadth between a messuage of John

small parcel of land enclosed with a hedge; a little close; perhaps from the Italian Picciola, minutus, which the common people in many parts of England do usually call a pingle."

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Sonky ex parte australi et messuagium quondam uxoris hominis vocati le Fyche ex parte boreali et extendit in longitudine a terra pertinente ecclesiæ altæ de Weryngton modo in tenura Thomæ Wadyngton ex parte orientali usque ad dictam venellam vocatam Hethestrete ex parte occidentali et reddit per annum octo denarios.

REDDITUS CAPITALIS DE WERYNGTON.

RICARDUS BRUCHE tenet de Petro Legh milite duo burgagia jacentia in le Kyrkestrete villæ de Weryngton in capite per servitium militare et unam bovatam terræ jacentem in Arpeley Hollay et Pilothull cum placia terræ vocata le Rawrydynge quæ continet quatuor acras terræ quarum quidem unum burgagium cum orto jacent et situantur inter burgagium et ortum Rogeri Arosmythe ex parte occidentali et burgagium et ortum Henrici Garnet modo in tenura Ricardi Ryder ex parte orientali et extendit in longitudine a uno crofto dicti Ricardi Bruche ex parte australi usque ad vicum regium de Kyrkestrete ex parte boreali. Et aliud burgagium jacet et situatur inter burgagium et ortum Henrici Garnet ex parte occidentali et messuagium et ortum Ranulphi Rixton ex parte orientali et extendens in longitudine a dicto vico regio ex parte boreali usque ad terram dicti Ricardi Bruche ex parte australi.

Item tenet unum croftum in capite de dicto Petro continens duas acras terræ arabilis jacens inter rodam terræ dicti Henrici Garnet ex parte occidentali et venellam vocatam Hollay lane ex parte orientali et inter orta pertinentia certis messuagiis in le Kyrkestrete prædicta ex parte boreali et terram Willielmi Botiller modo in tenura Willielmi Hulme ex parte australi.

Item tenet in capite scilicet duas acras terræ et dimidiam acram invicem jacentes sed dummodo quarum dimidia acra ad finem borealem dictarum duarum acrarum præscriptarum quæ quidem duæ acræ et dimidia jacent in parvo campo in Hollay vocato le Hole.

Sonky on the south and a messuage formerly of a man called le Fyche on the north, and extending in length from land belonging to the high church of Weryngton now in the tenure of Thomas Wadyngton on the east as far as the said lane called Hethe strete on the west, and [which same garden] renders eightpence yearly.

CHIEF RENTS IN WERYNGTON.

RICHARD BRUCHE holds of Peter Legh, knight, two burgages lying in the Kyrkestrete of the town of Weryngton in capite by military service, and one bovate of land lying in Arpeley, Hollay, and Pilot hull, with a place of land called the Rawrydinge, which contains four acres of land; of all which, one burgage with a garden lies and is situate between a burgage and a garden of Roger Arosmythe on the west and a burgage and a garden of Henry Garnet now in the tenure of Richard Ryder on the east, and extends in length from a croft of the said Richard Bruche on the south as far as the king's highway of Kyrkestrete on the north; and another burgage lies and is situate between a burgage and garden of Henry Garnet on the west and a messuage and garden of Randle Rixton on the east, and extends in length from the same king's highway on the north as far as land of the said Richard Bruche on the south.

Also he holds a croft in capite of the said Peter, containing two acres of arable land lying between a rood of land of the said Henry Garnet on the west and the lane called Hollay lane on the east, and between the gardens belonging to certain messuages in le Kyrkestrete aforesaid on the north and land of William Botiller now in the tenure of William Hulme on the south.

Also he holds in capite to wit, two acres and a half of land lying together, yet so that the half acre of the same lies at the north end of the said two acres before written, which said two acres and a half lie in a small field in Hollay called le Hole.

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