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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 1  1858  page 256
Pedes Finium - Kent Feet of Fines 1196-99 Richard I

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endtun per manum predicte JULIANS, in vita sua, quia est de dote sua; et, post decessum ipsius JULIANE, per manum predict REGINALDI, et heredum suorum.
   Et pro hoc fine et donacione predictus THOMAS, et heredes sui, quietum clamaverunt predictis PHILIPPI et LECIE, et heredibus ipsius LECIE, totum superplusagium de clamio suo. Et pro hoc fine, predictus PHILIPPUS et LECIA dederunt ipsi THOME xij marcas argenti.

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                         Simon de Chelesfeld = Juliana.
                               Dead 1198          |    1198                       
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       Escollant= Alicia de Chelesfeld         Philip de Danmartin = Lecia.
   Dead 1198  |       Dead 1198                            1198             1198
                      |      Eldest daughter
         |
   Thomas Eseollant.
         1198.
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                                           XXIV— (25)
                                     [1 June 1198, 9 Ric. I.]
No. 2. Division of Simon de Chelesfeld,'s Estate among the three Coheiresses.
   
(Philip de Danmartin and Lecia his wife grant to Philip de Dine, son of Sarah, daughter of Simon de Chelesfeld, six pounds rent in Chelesfeld, for life of Juliana, mother of said Lecia de Ohelesfeld, which after death of said Juliana is to revert to said Philip de Danmartin and Lecia his wife, and the heirs of said Lecia. The said Philip de Dine and his heirs, to have all the land of Elme, which said Juliana has in dower. Moreover, the said Philip de Danmartin and Lecia his wife grant to said Philip de Dine, the service of one knight, of the fee of John de Godinton, in Godinton; and the service of one knight, of the fee of John de Berton, of the fee of said Simon. The marriage of Sarah the mother of said Philip de Dine, in Hecham and Macstone, shall remain to said Philip.1 For this, the said Philip de Dine and his heirs quitclaim to Philip de Danmartin and Lecia his wife, and the heirs of said Lecia, all the surplusage of his claim; and the said Philip and Lecia give to Philip de Dine twenty marks.)
   Hec est finalis concordia facta in Curia domini Regis apud     Westmonasterium., die Lune prosima post xv dies Pentecoste, anno regni Regis Racardi nono.
   Coram domino H. Cantuariensi Archiepiscopo, Ricardo Elifieldensi
(continued from page 255 For an extract from an early book of Knights-Fees in Kent, confirming our identification of these places, see "Addenda," p. 287. See also
remarks at pp. 285, 286.

   1 The widow of one who held by Knight-service could not marry again

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