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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 1  1858  page 254
Pedes Finium - Kent Feet of Fines 1196-99 Richard I

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                                              XXII — (26)
                                     [16 April, 1198, 9 Ric. I.]
   (Nicholas Fitz Baldwin quitclaims to the Prior and Convent of Canterbury, three acres between Worthgate and the Hospital of St. James, for one besant.)
   Heo est finalis concordia facta in Curia domini Regis apud Westmonasteium., die Jovis proxima post xv dies Pasche, anno regni Regis Racardi ix°.
   Coram domino H. Cantuariensi Archepiscopo, Ricardo Eliensi Archidiacono, magistro Thoma de Husseburn, Ricardo de Herierd, Osberto filio Heruei, Johanne de Grestliges, Justiciariis, et aliis Baronibus et fidelibus domini Regis tnnc ibi presentibus.
   Inter NICHOLAUM filium BALDEWINI, petentein, et PRIOREM CANTUARIE, tenentem, per Stephanum de Berkinge, positum oco suo ad lucrandum vel perdendum.
   De tribus acris terre, cum pertinentiis, inter WRTGATE et Hospitalem SANCTI JACOBI.
   Unde placitum fuit inter eos in prefata Curia, scilicet quod predictus NICHOLAUS remisit et quietum clamavit predicto PRIORI et Conventui, totum jus et clamium suum quod habuit in predictis tribus acris terre, de se et heredibus suis in perpetuum.
   Et pro hoc fine et concordia et quieto clamio, predictus PRIOR
dedit predicto NIOHOLAO ununi besantium.

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                                                  XXIII — (21)
                                            [1 June, 1198, 9 Ric. I.]
No. 1. Division of Simon de Chelesfeld's Estate among the three Coheiresses.
  
(Philip de Danmartin and Lecia his wife, grant to their nephew Thomas Escollant, son of Alice, eldest daughter of Simon de Chelesfeld (and sister of said Lecia) one hundred shillings rent in Chelesfeld, during the life of Juliana, mother of said Lecia; after the death of said Juliana, the said Thomas and his heirs shall hold as much of the land of Farnigham as is within the parish of Horton, which Juliana holds in dower, as of the gift of her late husband Simon de Chelesfeld; and then the said one hundred shillings rent in Chelesfeld shall revert to said Philip and Lecia and the heirs of said Lecia. Moreover, the said Philip and Lecia grant to the said Thomas and his heirs, one of the two knight's-fees which John de Godinton

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