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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 1  1858  page 229

Pedes Finium - Kent Feet of Fines 1196-99 Richard I

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   Unde placitum fuit inter eos in Curia prefata, scilicet quod predicti WARINUS et MABILIA concesserunt eidem ROHAISIE, terciam partem totius predicti molendini, tenendam in dotem, in totam vitam ejusdem ROHAISIE, per servicium vicesime partis j militis, de illis et de heredibus suis. Et eadem ROHAISIA sustinebit custamenta tercie partis predicti molendini. Et post decessum ipsius ROHAISIE, predicta tercia pars predicti molendini revertetur ad predictos WARINUM et MABILIAM et ad neredes suos.
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                                          WarinTirel = Mabil.

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[Westminster, 1195 or 1196]

   (Stephen de Mortestorn and Albrea his wife for ever quitclaim to Richard de Vabadun and Aveline his wife, sister "of said Albrea, and their Heirs, all right in the ville of Shipborne, for thirteen marks.)
   . . . . Facta in Curia domini Regis apud Westmonasterium, die Veneris . . . . . anno regni Regis Ricardi vij°.
   Coram H. Cantuariensi Archiepiscopo . . . G. Roffensi, Episcopis, et H. Bardulf, et Willelmo Briwer et . . . . et Ricardo Barre, et Osberto filio Hervi et Ricardo de Herierd, et . .  . de Husseburn, Justiciariis domini Regis et multis aliis fidelibus . . . . . ibidem tunc presentibus.
   Inter STEPHANUM DE MORTESTORN, et ALBREAM uxorem . . . et RICARDUM DE VABADUM, et AVELINAM uxorem ejus, tenentes.
   De villa [de SIB] BURN cum pertinentiis suis.1
   Unde placitum fuit inter eos in Curia prefata, scilicet quod predicti STEPHANUS et ALBREA quietum clamaverunt in perpetuum, de se et de heredibus eorum, totum jus et clamium quod habuerunt in predicta villa de Sibburn, et in pertinenciis suis, predictis RICARDO et AVELINE sorori predicte ALBREE, et heredibus eorum.
   Et pro hac quieta clamancia, et fine, et concordia, predicti
   This Fine furnishes an earlier owner to Shipborne than is noticed by Hasted.

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