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To this court came Thomas Wartoner and took from the lord one vacant plot of land to build a new house which plot of land lies in Worfeld at the end of the Mill Croft and the King’s Highway leading here To this court came Roger Swancote surrendered into the hands of the lord one messuage and half a nook of land with its appurtenances in Roughton called the Smythes place and half a virgate of land with its appurtenances called Hichemons to the work Matilda Walton sister of Roger Jenkies on which in the same court came the aforesaid Matilda and took from the lord the messuage, toft and land aforesaid holding to herself her heirs and assigns according to the custom of the manor by rent and services thence formerly due and accustomed. And she gave to the lord for a payment 10s, made fealty and had seisin The fine of the aforesaid Matilda continues as she is a pauper until the court at Worfeld to be held on Tuesday after the Feast of Saint Matthew the Apostle [24 February] in the 31st year of the reign of King Henry VI as shown in the records in the rolls of the said court Burcote & Burcote, Rindelford & Bromley present that Thomas Oldyngton (20d) came to the house of John Walker and here unlawfully took bread, beer, beef, salt and fat to the value of 10d

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