RepositoryCheshire Record Office
ReferenceDDS 13/21
TitleCertificate of Livery
Date20 Sep 1352
DescriptionApud Worth'

Certificate of livery of seisin made by Adam de Kyngeslegh' the Prince's escheator of Cestres' [Chester] to William son of Robert de Hulm and Maud his wife and the heirs of their bodies, in lands held for term of life by Thomas de Worth' which were seised into the Prince's hand after Thomas's death, and which should descend to William and Maud as remainderers under an entail created by one Richard le Webstere chaplain, as is shown by an Inquisition made by the escheator and returned to the Prince's Council. Livery is made under Warrant of the Privy Seal of Edward eldest son of the King of England, Prince of Aquitaine & Wales, Duke of Cornwall, Earl of Cestre [Chester], dated "a londres" (London) 25 August 1352; recited in full; French.

Latin & French
Mark: B. f. 6. 36.E.3. Worth remanere to Hulme and Maude his wiff.
Physical DescriptionParchment: 1 membrane 9½" wide by 4", seal tongue and thong torn away; the seal tongue has been stitched to the doct. as a label, but seal has been torn off. Seal missing.
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