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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 1  1858  page 235
Pedes Finium - Kent Feet of Fines 1196-99 Richard I

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                                               VII – (5)
                                  [12th May, 1196, 7 Ric. I.]
   (The Abbot and Convent of Boxley quitclaim to Osbert de Longchamp and Aveline his wife the land of Wenhella [i.e. Ovenhill], for which the said Osbert and Aveline give them six marts ; also two shillings rent in Cuciddemill, so that the only claim of Osbert and Aveline therein shall be the "mulctura" of their house in Helinton [i.e. Allington]; also two shillings yearly from the land of Oxefrid, from which Aveline's ancestors only paid one shilling. They also release to the Abbot and Convent the right which they claimed in the houses of Paris, Archdeacon of Rochester, on the Thames, in London, and the right which they claimed in the tenement of the park-keepers of Boxley. They also grant to the monks the right of free fishing in the Medway opposite their land.) 
   Hec est finalis concordia facta in Curia domini Regis apud Westmonasterium, dominica tercia post Pascham, anno regni Regis Racardi vij°.
   . . . .  et G. Roffensi, Episcopis, et R. Herefordensi, et R. Eliensi, Archdiaconis, Thoma de Husseburn, Osberto filio Hervic . . . . . . erd, tunc Justiciariis, et aliis fidelibus domini Regis tunc ibi presentibus.
   Inter R. ABBATEM de BOXELE, et Conventum . . . . . . et OSBERTUM DE LONGO CAMPO et AVELINAM uxorem. ejus, tenentes, per eundem Osbertum, positum loco suo ad lucrandum vel perdendum.
   De terra de [WENHELI.A] .
   . . . . . .  fuit inter eos in prefata Curia, scilicet, quod predictus ABBAS et CONVENTUS de BOXELE quietum clamaverunt prefatis OSBERTO et AVELINE . . . . suis totum jus et clamium quod habuerunt in predicta terra de WENHELLA,1 cum pertinenoiis.
   Et pro hac fine et concordia et quieta clamancia, . . . . . . et AVELINA uxor ejus dederunt jam dicto ABBATI et CONVENTUI vj marcas sterlingorum. Et preterea, dederunt eis, in puram et perpetuam elemosynam, ij solidos de redditu in molendino de CUCIDDEMILLE, annuatim solvendos, ad ij terminos, scilicet ad Pascham, medietatem, et aliam medietatem, ad festum Sancti Michaelis. Ita quod OSBERTUS et AVELINA vel neredes sui, nichil poterunt clamare in predicto niolendino, nisi mulcturam domus proprie de HELINTON.2  Et si conquerantur
   This is the manor afterwards called Ovenhill, in Boxley.
   Allington Castle.

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