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Richard Smalbroke holds by Indenture made by the Steward aforesaid of John late Viscount Lisley [Lisle] dated the 6th day of October in the 38th year of the reign of the late King Henry the Sth one crofte called Hunt Crofte now in the occupation of the aforesaid Richard together lying between More Stret and Parke Streate now or lately in the tenure of John Shilton there To have to him and his assigns from the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel then last past until the end and term of 21 years thence next following and fully to be completed Yielding therefor yearly 16s, at the feasts of The Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Saint Michael the Archangel equally And the aforesaid Richard and his assigns shall repair all the premises at their own costs during the term aforesaid and so leave at the end of the term as in the said Indenture more fully appears.

Thomas Cowper holds by Indenture under the seal of the late Court of Augmentations and Revenues of the Crown

dated the nth day of February in the 34th year of the reign of the late King Henry the 8th.

Five Crofts lying together called Pacchett's Lands lying in length between the narrow Lane leading from Birmyncham to Edgebaston and Horbury and on the other side land late of the Guild there and land of Roger Cowper and in breadth by land of Robert Porter and land of the Rector there. Except all great Trees growing upon the premises. To have to the aforesaid Thomas and his assigns from the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel then last past until the end and term of 21 years thence next following and fully to be completed. Paying therefor yearly 20s, at the feasts aforesaid equally. And the aforesaid Thomas shall do all repairs of the premises during the term aforesaid. And he shall have by the assignment of the Steward of the Lord the King sufficient Hedgebote from in and upon the premises as often as it shall be necessary as in the same Indenture more fully appears.

20s.

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Henry Foxall holds by Indenture under the seal of the said Court dated the

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in the 34th year of the Reign of the late King Henry the 8th. One pasture called Hethefelde with its appurtenances lying in Deretende aforesaid within the Lordship aforesaid late in the tenure of Roger Foxall and now in the tenure of the said Henry. Except all great Trees and wood growing in and upon the pasture aforesaid. To have to the aforesaid Henry and his assigns from the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel then last past until the end and term of 21 years thence next following and fully to be completed. Paying therefor yearly 24s. at the feasts aforesaid equally. And the said Henry shall take and receive upon the aforesaid pasture sufficient hedgebote firebote & ploughbote as in the said Indenture more fully appears.

24s.

William Paynton holds by Indenture under the seal of the said late Court dated the 28th day of January in the 32nd year of the Reign of the late King Henry the 8th. All those pasture Lands called Colbornefeldes lying together within the forren of Birmyncham aforesaid. Except all great Trees and wood growing and being from and upon the premises there. To have to him and his assigns from the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel then last past until the end and term of 21 years thence next following and fully to be completed. Paying therefor yearly 40s. at the feasts aforesaid equally. And the aforesaid William and his assigns shall repair all the premises at their own expenses. Except sufficient hedgebote for the repair of the hedge and in the close of pasture aforesaid there and not elsewhere yearly to be used. As in the said Indenture more fully appears.

40S.

The same William holds by Indenture made by the Steward of the said John late Lord Lisley and Admiral &c. dated the 6th day of October in the 38th year of the reign of the late King Henry the 8th. One Close called Wheatefilde otherwise Wheateclose

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or lately in the tenure of the said William. Except all great Trees and Wood growing from and upon the premises. To have to him and his assigns from the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel then last past until the end and term of 21 years thence next following and fully to be completed. Paying therefor yearly 26. 8d. at the feasts aforesaid equally. And the aforesaid William and his assigns shall repair all the premises at their own costs and so at the end of the term shall leave. With a clause of Reentry into the said Close for nonpayment of the aforesaid Rent by the space of one month after any of the aforesaid feasts as in the said Indenture more fully appears.

26/8

John Willese holds by Indenture made by the Steward of the aforesaid John late Viscount Lisley &c. dated the 6th day of October in the 38th year of the reign of the late King Henry the 8th. One meadow called Middell Mylne Medowe with its appurtenances there. To have to him and his assigns from the feast of the purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary then next to come until the end and term of 21 years thence next following and fully to be completed. Paying therefor yearly 13s. 4d. at the feasts aforesaid equally as in the same Indenture more fully appears.

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William Bothe, Knight, holds by Indenture made by the Steward of the aforesaid John Earl of Warwick dated the 20th day of May in the 3rd year of the reign of the late King Edward the 6th. Three acres of waste called The Hethe otherwise Turpytts in the open fields of Birmyncham aforesaid. To have to the aforesaid William and his assigns from the feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary then last past until the end and term of 21 years thence next following and fully to be completed. Paying therefor yearly 12d. at the feasts aforesaid equally. As in the same Indenture more fully appears.

12d. 16d. The Park of Rotton otherwise called Rotton Park within the Lordship of Birmyncham.

Thomas Bounde Gentleman holds [by] Indenture made by Edmund Birmyncham Lord of the said Manor dated the 4th day of July in the 15th year of the reign of the late King Henry the Sth. One pasture or wood called Whorestone [Hoarstone) of Birmyncham aforesaid with its appurtenances there. To have to him and his assigns from the feast of the purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary then last past until the end and term of 24 years thence next following and fully to be completed Paying therefor yearly ios. at the feasts aforesaid equally.

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2s.

The same Thomas holds by another Indenture made by the aforesaid Edmund Lord of the Manor aforesaid Dated the nith day of July in the 15th year of the Reign of the late King Henry the 8th. The Herbage or wood called Wyatts felds in Birmyncham aforesaid. To have to him and his assigns from the feast of the purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary then last past until the end and term of 24 years thence next following and fully to be completed. Paying therefor yearly 25. at the feasts aforesaid equally.

Henry Wilson assign of Laurence Frauncis holds by Indenture made by the aforesaid Edmund Birmyncham to the aforesaid Laurence. One parcel of Land containing by estimation one rood of land lying there with its appurtenances. To have to him and his assigns from the feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary then next to come until the end and term of 60 years thence next following and fully to be completed. Paying therefor yearly 25. and one pair of gloves at the feasts of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and of Saint Michael the Archangel equally.

Robert Prestwoode holds one parcel of Waste Land lying within the Lordship of Birmyncham aforesaid with the appurtenances at the will of the Lord from year to year. Paying therefor yearly 16d. at the feasts aforesaid equally.

25. and

one pair of gloves.

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Thomas Hancock assign of John Pratty holds by Indenture made by Edward Birmyncham in the County of Warwick Esquire for divers considerations and for a sum of money to the aforesaid Edward paid by the aforesaid John Pratty of Yardley dated the 12th day of January in the 17th year of the reign of the late King Henry the Sth the office of keeper of the park aforesaid called Rotton Parke within the Lordship of Birmyncham aforesaid with all profits and commodities of the aforesaid park namely deer rabbits and the wyndfalls of wood and the lopp wood and all herbage and agistament of the aforesaid park and also all pannage of the aforesaid park called the mast for swine and with all profits arising from the park aforesaid except and reserved to the aforesaid Edward all great timber there growing other than the lopps of the same granted to the aforesaid John by the said Indenture indented To have hold take receive and keep the office (of keeper] of the aforesaid park with the other profits and commodities aforesaid to the aforesaid John and his assigns immediately after the decease or surrender of the aforesaid office of keeper of the park of or by Thomas Gilbird now keeper of the park aforesaid until the end and term of Forty years next to come paying therefor yearly to the aforesaid Edward and his heirs and assigns 40s. of lawful money of England namely at the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel in lieu of all services with a clause of distress for nonpayment of the rent aforesaid to the before named Edward his heirs and assigns and of re-entry into the aforesaid park and distress &c. Provided always that the aforesaid Edward and his assigns should do and maintain all repairs called paling of the aforesaid park and sufficient enclosure from year to year at his own costs and expenses during the said term And it shall be lawful for the aforesaid Edward to hunt deer in the park aforesaid if any there As in the said,

40s.

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