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Alice Turton now inhabit, lying in breadth between a great hostelry of William Botiller formerly in the tenure of William Arosmythe but now in the tenure of Johanna, late the wife of Hamund Nayler, on the south, and another burgage or messuage of the said William Botiller in the tenure of William Sporis on the north, and extending in length from Newgate street aforesaid on the east as far as another parcel of land of the said William Botiller in the tenure of the said William Sporis on the west.

Also the said Randle holds of the aforesaid Peter in capite by the said service, five small burgages lying together snd situate under one roof in Newgate street aforesaid, up and down the walls of the Austin friars of the town of Weryngton aforesaid, lying in breadth between the said Newgate street on the east and the walls of the said friars on the west, and extending in length from a messuage of the said Peter Legh in the tenure of Johanna [late the wife] of John Doghton on the north, and a messuage of William Botiller in the tenure of Robert Webster on the south.

Also the said Randle holds in capite by military service of the said Peter Legh, three burgages or messuages lying together, situate in the aforesaid street of Newgate in the said town, to wit, on the east of the said street and opposite the aforesaid five small burgages, lying in breadth between a messuage and land of Lawrence Longetre in the tenure of Simon Mason on the north and a messuage of William Botiller in the tenure of John Lawe on the south, and extending in length from the said street of Newgate on the west as far as the gardens of the said Peter Legh, William Botiller, and Lawrence Longetre on the east; all which aforesaid messuages and burgages in the tenure of the said Randle Rixton render to the said Peter Legh yearly for chief rent five shillings and two-pence.

Also the said Randle Rixton holds of the said Peter in capite by the said service the half of one empty burgage lying in Hethestrete

2 These words, susum and josum, are very rarely met with in the sense to be implied here.

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Hethe strete villæ prædictæ quondam hæreditatis Johannis Spycer jacens inter burgagium vacuum Johannis Wynyngton ex parte australi et terram ex parte boreali et extendit in longitudine a dicta strata vocata Hethe strete ex parte occidentali usque ad terram ex parte orientali, quod valet per annum

duodecim denarios.

§ JOHANNES NORREIS tenet de dicto Petro duo burgagia vacua in capite per servitium militare jacentia in vico de Kyrkestrete villæ de Weryngton in latitudine inter messuagium cum orto Ricardi Pasmethe in tenura Willielmi Hille ex parte occidentali et messuagium pertinens Abbathiæ de Norton ex parte orientali et extendunt in longitudine a prædicta strata de Kyrkestrete ex parte boreali usque ad pratum hæredis Rogeri Arosmythe vocatum Downehouse medo ex parte australi.

Item tenet alium burgagium vacuum in dicto vico de Kyrkestrete et per dictum servitium militare jacens in latitudine inter unum vacuum burgagium Nicholai Blundell in tenura Ricardi Massy ex parte orientali et burgagium sive messuagium ædificatum Henrici Byrom in tenura Johannis Pasmethe glover ex parte occidentali et extendit in longitudine a prædicta strata de Kyrkestrete ex parte australi usque ad messuagium Abbatis de Whallay in tenura Ricardi Massy ex parte boreali.

Item tenet de dicto Petro unum campum per dictum servitium cum sepibus et fossis inclusum in campo de Arpelay prædicto in quodam forlongo vocato Aldirswell continentem quinque acras terræ arabilis jacentem in latitudine inter terram Johannis de Weryngton ex parte orientali et campum communem1 villæ de Weryngton ex parte occidentali et extendentem in longitudine a prato vocato Frere medo ex parte boreali usque ad pratum commune de Arpeley ex parte australi.

Item tenet alium campum de dicto Petro et per dictum servitium in Arpeley prædicto vocatum le Butturlache continentem quinque

It were to be wished on many accounts that this common field were still a possession of all the inhabitants of Warrington.

in the aforesaid town, formerly the inheritance of John Spycer, lying between an empty burgage of John Wynyngton on the south and land on the north, and extending in length from

the said street called Hethe street on the west as far as land

on the east, which is worth twelve pence yearly.

JOHN NORREIS holds of the said Peter two empty burgages in capite by military service, lying in Kyrkestrete of the town of Weryington, in breadth between a messuage with a garden of Richard Pasmethe in the tenure of William Hill on the west and a messuage belonging to the abbey of Norton on the east, and extending in length from the Kyrkestrete aforesaid on the north as far as a meadow of Roger Arosmythe's heir, called Downehouse medo on the south.

Also he holds another empty burgage in the said Kyrkestrete by the said military service, lying in breadth between one empty burgage of Nicholas Blundell in the tenure of Richard Massy on the east and the burgage or [lately] erected messuage of Henry Byrom in the tenure of John Pasmethe, glover, on the west, and extending in length from the aforesaid Kyrkestrete on the south as far as a messuage of the Abbot of Whalley in the tenure of Richard Massy on the north.

Also he holds of the said Peter by the said service one field inclosed with hedges and ditches in Arpeley field aforesaid, in a certain furlong called Aldirswell, containing five acres of arable land lying in breadth between land of John de Wyuyngton on the east and a common field of the town of Weryington on the west, and extending in length from a meadow called Frere medo on the north as far as the Arpeley common meadow on the south.

Also he holds another field of the said Peter by the said service in Arpeley aforesaid, called le Butturlache, containing five acres of

acras terræ arabilis extendentem in longitudine a quadam venella vocata le Slytcherslane ex parte orientali usque ad campum Willielmi Botiller vocatum Gillefylde ex parte occidentali et jacentem in latitudine inter aquam de Mersee ex parte australi et quendam campum Willielmi Botiller in tenura Ricardi Wynyngton vocatum Perynsfylde ex parte boreali.

Item tenet alium campum de dicto Petro et per prædictum servitium jacentem in Arpeley prædicto scilicet vocatum Butturlache continentem duas acras terræ arabilis jacentem in latitudine inter prædictam aquam de Mersee ex parte australi et campum dicti Willielmi Botiller in tenura Ricardi Wynyngton ex parte boreali et extendit in longitudine a dicta venella vocata Slytcherslane ex parte orientali usque ad campum Willielmi Botiller in tenura nuper Johannis Wynyngton ex parte occidentali quæ burgagia cum omnibus terris prædictis reddunt dicto Petro Legh de capitali redditu per annum videlicet decem solidos tres denarios.

Unum messuagium sive burgagium cum domo superædificatâ et uno orto de hæreditate Ciciliæ Gille tenetur de dicto Petro Legh in capite per servitium militare jacentia in vico de Kyrkestrete villæ prædictæ in latitudine inter unum lectum terræ Nicholai Blundell in tenura Rogeri Clerk junioris ex parte occidentali et alium lectum Ranulphi Rixton ex parte orientali et extendentia in longitudine a strata de Kyrkestreet prædicta ex parte boreali usque ad orreum rectoria de Weryngton ex parte australi.

Item una acra terræ in Hollay hæreditatis dicta Ceciliæ tenetur de dicto Petro per prædictum servitium jacens in latitudine inter terram dicti Petri Legh in tenura Willielmi Holme ex parte occidentali et terram Johannis Birom in tenura Johannis Pasmethe glover ex parte orientali et quadam bilanda terræ dividit prædictam acram dictæ Cecilia et dictam terram dicti Johannis Birom et extendens in longitudine a quadam venella ducente a prædicto vico de Kyrkestrete ex parte boreali usque ad terram dicti Johannis Birom in tenura dicti Johannis Pasmethe ex parte australi.

Item unum orreum cum tribus acris terræ cum sepibus inclusis in uno crofto de hæreditate dicta Cecilia Gille in tenura Marga

arable land, extending in length from a certain lane called le Slytcherslane on the east as far as the field of William Botiller called Gyllefylde on the west, and lying in breadth between Mersee water on the south and a certain field of William Botiller in the tenure of Richard Wynyngton called Perynsfylde on the north.

Also he holds another field of the said Peter and by the aforesaid service, lying in Arpeley aforesaid, to wit, called Butturlache, containing two acres of arable land lying in breadth between the aforesaid water of Mersee on the south and a field of the said William Botiller in the tenure of Richard Wynyngton on the north, and extending in length from the said lane called Slytcherslane on the east as far as a field of William Botiller late in the tenure of John Wynyngton on the west; which burgages, with all the lands aforesaid, render to the said Peter Legh yearly for chief rent, to wit, ten shillings and threepence.

One messuage or a burgage with a house built thereon, and one garden of the inheritance of Cecilia Gille is holden of the said Peter Legh in capite by military service, lying in the Kyrkestrete of the aforesaid town in breadth between one bed of land of Nicholas Blundell in the tenure of Roger Clerk the younger on the west and another bed of Randle Rixton on the east, and extending in length from Kyrkestrete aforesaid on the north as far as a barn of the rectory of Weryngton on the south.

Also one acre of land in Hollay, the inheritance of the said Cecilia, is holden of the said Peter by the aforesaid service, lying in breadth between land of the said Peter Legh in the tenure of William Holme on the west and land of John Birom in the tenure of John Pasmethe, glover, on the east, (and a certain biland divides the aforesaid acre of the said Cecilia and the said land of the said John Birom,) and extending in length from a certain lane which leads from Kyrkestrete aforesaid on the north as far as the land of the said John Birom in the tenure of the said John Pasmethe on the south.

Also one barn with three acres of land inclosed with hedges and ditches in one croft, the inheritance of the said Cecilia Gille, in the

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