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John Vesye holds by Indenture made by the aforesaid Steward of the aforesaid John Earl of Warwick dated the 6th day of October in the 38th year of the late King Henry Sth Two faldates in Birmingham aforesaid with their appurtenances.

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 com-
pleted Yielding therefor yearly 6s. at the feasts
aforesaid equally as in the same Indenture more fully
appears.

William More holds one faldate in Birmyncham
aforesaid
The sum of the rents of the lessees

795. with 2s.
aforesaid and at the Court aforesaid Rent of

Increase. yearly.

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of cumin one barbed arrow two red roses with 2s. Rent of Increase.

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Therefrom in
Fee of Robert Rastall Bailiff there yearly 8s. 4d.

Fee of Thomas Swyden Under bailiff there
Deductions viz. in
yearly

Ss. 6d.
Fees of 2 Sergeants within the borough
aforesaid yearly -

13s. 4d. “The faire not valowed and these Reprises alowed. (In English.)

“There remains clear yearly £14 135. 7d.”

There remains clear yearly

A SURVEY there made the 23rd day of August in
The Manor or
Lordship of Birmync-

the first year of Mary Queen of England By Clement
ham Forren in the
said County of War. Throkmorton Esquire Surveyor General of the Lady
wick Parcel of the
possessions of the said the Queen of all the possessions within the County of
John lately Duke of

Warwick aforesaid under the governance of the Court Northumberland attainted. And formerly of Augmentations and Revenues of the Crown of the of the said Edward Birmyncham Esquire said Lady the Queen and by the Oath of the tenants attainted of felony.

of the Birmyncham Forren or Manor there, namely,

£15 os. 1 d. Rents of free tenants of Birmyncham aforesaid in the said County of Warwick.

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John Massye holds freely by Charter not yet produced One Messuage with its appurtenances in Chappell Streate. Also 3 pastures and one Moor lying and being within the Forren of Birmyncham aforesaid with all their appurtenances To have to him his heirs and assigns for ever To hold in free socage by fealty and other services &c. And he pays yearly 16d. at the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel only Suit of Court and relief when it happens.

John Lane holds in like manner two Crofts called Etherslades (qy. Heather Slades) lying within the Forren there with their appurtenances To have to him his heirs and assigns for ever To hold as above And he pays yearly 9d. at the feast aforesaid only suit of Court and relief when it happens.

Henry Cowper holds in like manner One pasture [8s.] called Carrallfeild with its appurtenances there. Also three pastures called Rakeweyes lying and being there with their appurtenances And Crosfeilde Heathfeild and two pastures called Okefeildes lying within the Forren aforesaid To have to him his heirs and assigns for ever To hold as above And he pays yearly 11s. 8d. at the feast aforesaid only suit of Court and relief when it happens.

William Phillippes holds by Charter not yet produced two pastures [4s. 6d.] and one Pool called Phillippes Pole lying there Two pastures [25. 6d.] lying near Stubcrosse there And one croft [28.] lying at Stubcrosse aforesaid there One other Croft (12d.] called Duddestonelone Crosse lying there and another Crofte [12d.] lying and being in Wallmore Lane in the Forren aforesaid And one pasture (16d.] called Rowndhills there And one crofte [6d.] called Purvey Crosse there And one pasture [6s.] called Cawleses And another parcel of land called Whorewall And two pastures at Hollowaye with their appurtenances there Also another pasture (18d.) called Harkewebbe And also another pasture [8d.] called Botles And another piece of Land there All which premises with their appurtenances are lying and being within the forren of Birmyncham aforesaid To have to him his heirs and assigns for ever To hold as above And he pay's yearly 21s, at the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel only suit of Court and Relief when it happens.

Lane.

Possibly Cow Lea.

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SOWS.

Possibly“ Hoarwall."

Qy Bott Leas.

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barbed catapults.

John Horwood and John Boxwell hold freely by Charter not yet produced One Graunge and two parcels of land adjoining with their appurtenances lying within the Forren of Birmyncham aforesaid To have to them and their assigns for ever To hold as above And they pay yearly 6s. 8d. at the feasts aforesaid only suit of Court &c.

The Governors of the possessions of the Free Chapel or School of Edward the 6th founded in Birmyncham aforesaid hold freely One Messuage called Byngys-hall and divers other lands and tenements in the Forren aforesaid with their appurtenances. To have to them and their successors for ever. To hold as above. And they pay yearly 255. 9/2d. at the feast aforesaid only suit of Court and relief &c.

John Shilton holds freely by charter not yet pro

duced One Croft called Byngas with its appurtenances
Here Catapult ap.
pears to be the thing lying in the Forren aforesaid, To have to hiin his
shot; though the heirs and assigns of the aforesaid Governors for ever.
books define it as an
Engine for shooting To hold as above. And he pays yearly 1/2d. and
with.

6 barbed Catapults at the feast aforesaid only suit of
Court and relief when it happens.

George Bothe, Knight, holds in like manner
divers pastures called Cockshottfelds with their ap-
purtenances there. To have to him his heirs and
assigns for ever. To hold as above.

And he pays yearly 25. iod. at the feast aforesaid only suit of Court and relief when it happens.

William Colmer Junr. holds in like manner Two Closes lying near Byngas and three Closes lying near Conyngres with their appurtenances there. To have to him his heirs and assigns for ever. To hold as above and he pays yearly gs. at the feast aforesaid only suit of Court and relief when it happens.

William Colmer Senr. holds in like manner divers pastures (13s. Sd.] at Tenter buttes. And in Walmore Lane with their appurtences there. Also 5 Crofts [11d.] called Shereley [qy Shirley] Crofts with their appurtenances there. And also 3 pastures [28.] called Okefelds with their appurtenances lying in the Forren aforesaid. To have to him his heirs and assigns for ever. To hold as above.

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To hold as above. And he pays yearly 16s. Sd. at the feast aforesaid only suit of Court and Relief when it happens.

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William Woodhouse holds in like manner one Crofte called Woodhowse Crofte, with its appurtenances there. To have to him his heirs and assigns for ever. To hold as above. And he pays yearly 6d. at the feast aforesaid only suit of Court and relief when it happens.

6d.

id.

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William Bothe Knight holds in like manner one croft at Byngas with its appurtenances there. To have to him his heirs and assigns for ever. To hold as above and he pays yearly id. at the feast aforesaid only suit of Court and relief when it happens.

John Feild holds in like manner one Messuage with its appurtenances lying in the Forren there. To have to him his heirs and assigns for ever.

To hold in free socage, &c. And he pays yearly 5s. 3d. at the feast aforesaid only suit of Court and relief when it happens.

Humfrey Dymocke Esquire holds freely two Crofts of Land with the appurtenances in the Forren aforesaid. To have to him his heirs and assigns for

To hold as above. And he pays yearly 19d.
at the feast aforesaid only suit of Court and relief
when it happens.

Robert Porter holds in like inanner divers
pastures with the appurtenances there. To have to
him his heirs and assigns for ever. To hold as above.
And he pays yearly 6s. Id. at the feast aforesaid only
suit of Court and Relief when it happens.
The sum of the Rents of the

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free tenants in the Forren of and 6 barbed
Birmyncham aforesaid yearly.

catapults.

19d.

ever.

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The Demesne Lands of the Lordship or Manor of the Forren of Birmyncham aforesaid. And one Watermill there with the Piscary of Water there.

William Askerecke and Elizabeth Ludford hold by Indenture dated the ist day of June in the 33rd year of the Reigr. of the late King Henry the 8th under the seal of the late Court of Augmentations and Revenues &c. One pasture in Birmyncham called Holme Park. And one Meadow called Launde. And another Meadow called Malte Mylne Meade [Maltmill Meadow]. And one Water Mill called Malte Mylne with their appurtenances.

Also one pasture called the Connyngre in the tenure of Elizabeth Ludford and Roger Rydell. All and singular which premises are parcel of the Manor of Birmyncham Foren aforesaid.

Except all great Trees and Wood growing upon the premises. To have and to hold all the premises with the appurtenances to the aforesaid Elizabeth and her assigns from the feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin

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