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Original in Shropshire Archives

This was a quiet year. Thomas Underhill gets permission to keep his barn even though it encroached on the lord's land and infringed common rights of access to the King's highway

To this court came Thomas Underhill and took from the lord one small parcel of land on which part of his barn was built in the village of Stapulford giving thence to the lord per annum one halfpenny holding to himself and his heirs and assigns from the lord according to the custom of the manor. And he gave to the lord for a fine 8d and made fealty to the lord and thence had seisin

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