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Fishing: Richard Bradeney formerly tenant of a certain fishery in Cherle which was held in the hands of the lord. It was found that he had no rights to hold the said fishery and for that trespass he was pardoned. After in this court came the same Richard and took from the lord the newly demised fishery holding to himself for the term of his life rendering thence annually to the lord 6d at the usual times. And he gave to the lord for a fine nothing because of a free grant made fealty and had seisin
Wells: Ackleton presents that John Underhill obstructed and enclosed a common path leading to the common well at a place called Penkewalle in Aclynton within the free manor of Worefeld to the nuisance of his neighbours here.
Enclosure dispute: Bromley presents that the community of the town of Bridgnorth enclosed a certain parcel of land called Yoremore in Bromley to the nuisance and damage of the lord and tenants of Worfeld manor. And it is said that the bailiff and the community are in mercy
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