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Original is in Shropshire Archives

Interesting insight into Chesterton: To this court came John Snell and took from the lord the whole of the waste land lying by the cemetery of the Chapel of St John of Chesterton extending up to the gate of Thomas Gerbot holding to himself for the term of his life and giving to the lord 2d per annum. Item. Taking from the lord for the aforesaid term, one weir in Chesterton called Snelles Weir giving to the lord 2d per annum. And he made fealty to the lord and thence had seisin

There is also an interesting piece about strays: 

To this court came John Webbe of Seysdon and his 6 hands proved ownership of 1 cow, 1 heifer and 1 bull seized by the officers of the lord as strays and they were delivered to the same John as his own goods and chattels

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