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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 1  1858  page 231
Pedes Finium - Kent Feet of Fines 1196-99 Richard I

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                                               IV - (3)
                                [9th December, 1195, 7 Ric. I.]
   (William de Mohesden, Amicia his wife, pls., Warin Tirel and Mabilia his wife, defs., concerning their purparts of land, manorial rights, etc., etc., in Parva Dartford, etc., the said Mabilia and Amicia being sisters of William de Gorun, who had sold the land to Richard de Heriat and Alice his wife.)
    Hec est finalis concordia facta in Curia Domini Regis apud Westmonasterium, die Sabbati proxima post festum Sancti Nicholai, anno regni Regis Ricardi vij°.
   Coram H. Cantuariensi Archiepiscopo., R. Londinensi, G. Roffensi, H. Salisburiensi Episcopis, Willelmo de Sancta Marie Ecclesia, E. Herefordensi, et R. Eliensi, Archidiaconis, Willelmo de Richemont, Osberto filio Heruei, Ricardo de Heriat, Simone de Patishill, Justiciariis domini Regis, et multis aliis fidelibus domini Regis tune ibidem presentibus.
   Inter "WIILLELMUM DE MOHESDEN et AMICIAM uxorem suam, petentes, et WARINUM TIREI,, et MABILIAM uxorem suam, tenentes.
   De Parva DERTEFOBD cum pertinenciis.
   Unde placitum fuit inter eos in prefata Curia, et unde ipsa AMICIA petebat partem versus eamdem MABILIAM, sicut versus sororem suam primogenitam scilicet quod idem WILLELMUS et A . . . . et quietas clamaverunt de se, et de heredibus suis, totas duas partes predicte Derteford, in dominicis et terris lucrabilibus et redditibus et homagiis . . . .  ndinis et in omnibus alus rebus cum pertinenciis, et capitale mesuagium, et
molendinum quod Rengerus molendinarius tenuit. Tenenda ipsisWar . . . .
   Et pro hac dimissione et quieta clamancia, idem WARINTUS et MABILIA dederunt et concesserunt totam terciam partem predicte Derteford . . . . . . supradictum mesuagium et molendinum: Tenenda ipsis WILLELMO et AMICIE, et heredibus eorum, faciendo inde medietatem servicii quod totum illud feudum debet . . . . . . Isti vero homines, et tenementa, et homagia, et servicia eorum sunt in tercia parte WILLELMI et AMICIE. Simon filius Heruei, et Felicia que fuit uxor [WILLELMI de Porta, et Elena] que fuit uxor Hugonis clerici, et Robertus Armiger, et Agnes que fuit uxor Gaufridi Ar'migeri, et Elias Coleman, et

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