RepositoryCheshire Record Office
ReferenceDDS 4/14
Date12 May 1359
DescriptionApud Macclesfeld die dominica prox. post festum Sci Johis. ante portam latinam a.d. (1359).

Parties: 1. John de Walscheforde and Alice his wife, 2. Nicholas Jolynet.

Witnesses: John de Macclesfeld then mayor, Robert de Tydrinton, John de Sandford, Richard de Rowe, Thomas the clerk.

Feoffment according to the customs of the Burgesses of Macclesfeld [Macclesfield], with Warranty , de capitali domino; in a moiety of a burgage lying between the tenement of Ranulf de Bolynton on one side and that of John de Strangways on the other in the town of Macclesfeld [Macclesfield] and half a rood of land in the fields of Macclesfeld [Macclesfield] between Alissondurbonk and the high road (alta stratam) with leads towards Tydrinton [Tytherington]; and half of an island (insula) of land lying between that of Richard do Pedelagh next to le Mulneforde and the island which Robert de Halegh once held; and half of an island of land lying between the land of Adam le Mercer and the water called le Hee; with their appurtenances in the town of Macclesfeld [Macclesfield].

Mark: C. h. 8. Macclesfild 33.E.3. 1359.
Physical DescriptionParchment: 1 membrane 11" wide by 5". Seals: Two, pendant on labels, brown and yellow, effaced. (1) Yellow round, 17mm. diam., effaced; (2) brown round, 17mm.diam., effaced.
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