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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 1  1858  page 237
Pedes Finium - Kent Feet of Fines 1196-99 Richard I

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mium suum quod habuit in predicta terra de LA LEE, de se,
prediotis fratribus et successoribus suis, in perpetuum.
   Et pro hoc fine et conoordia et quieto clamio, predicti fratres dederunt predicts Graliane iij marcas argenti.

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                               Ralph Fitz Gillobi = Galiana.
                                    (dead) 1196.        1196.

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                                                 IX - (8)
                                      [22 April, 1197, 8 Ric. I.]
   (Thomas de Esse quitclaims to William de Einesford twenty acres in Sardasse.)1
  
Hec est finalis concordia facta in Curia domini Regis apud Westmonasterium, die Martis secunda post octabas Pasche, anno regni Regis Racardi octavo.
   Coram H. Cantuariensi Archepiscopo, Radulfo Herefordensi, Ricardo Elyensi Arcnidiaconis,, Magistro Thoma de Hussebourne, . . . . Heriet, Simone de Patishull, Ogero filio Ogeri, Justiciariis, et alias fidelibus domini Regis ibidem tune presentibus.
   Inter WILLELMUM [DE EINES] FORD petentem, per Petrum de Boteilles, positum loco suo ad lucrandum vel perdendum, et THOMAM DE ESSE tenentem.
   De xx acris . . . . cum pertinentiis, in SARDASSE.
   Unde placitum fuit inter eos in prefata Curia, scilicet quod predictus THOMAS DE ESSE remisit . . . . clamavit predicto WILLELMO DE EINESFORD, totum jus et clamium suum quod habuit in predicta terra, cum pertinentiis, in SAEDAISSE, . . . . et heredibus suis, sibi et heredibus suis, inperpetuum.
   Et pro hoc fine et concordia et quieto clamio, predictus WILLELMUS DE EINESFORD dedit prenominato THOME DE ESSE xxx solidos.

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   1 Perhaps the district which is now called South Ash, or in the vernacular, Soudaisse.

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