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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 1  1858  page 269
Pedes Finium - Kent Feet of Fines 1196-99 Richard I

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                                     XL (35)
                                   [11th November, 1198,10 Ric. I.]
   (In a recognizance of Mortdauncestor, Robert Polre acknowledges five acres of land in Langeporte1 to be the right and inheritance of John Fitz Gilbert, for two marks and a half.)
   Hec est finalis concordia facta in Curia domini Regis apud Bermundeseiam, in die Sancti Martini, anno regni Begis Bacardi x.
   Coram G. filio Petri, etc. [ut in No. 27.]
   Inter JOHANNEM filium GILEBERTI, petentem, et ROBERTUM POLRE, tenentem.
   De v acris terre, cum pertinentiis, in LANGEPOET.
   Unde recognicio de morte antecessoris summonita fait inter
eos in prefata Curia, scilicet quod predictus ROBERTUS recognovit
totam predictam terram, cum pertinentiis, esse jus et
hereditatem predicti JOHANNIS.
   Et pro hoc fine et concordia et recognicionej predictus JOHANNES dedit predicto ROBERTO ij marcas argenti et dimidiam.

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                                           XLI (39)
                               [11th November, 1198,10 Ric. I.]
   (Peter de Ledes acknowledges five acres in Leeds to be the right and inheritance of Robert Fitz Turkill; for which the said Robert gives the said Peter three acres of the said land nearest the croft next the capital mansion, and one acre and a half of the same in Westcroft. The said Robert and Peter shall hold the said land of the chief lord.)
   Hec est finalis concordia facta in Curia domini Regis apud Bermundeseiam, die Sancti Martini, anno regni Regis Ricardi x.
   Coram G. filio Petri, etc. [ut in No. 27.]
   Inter ROBERTUM filium TURKILL, petentem, et PETRUM DE LEDES, tenentem.
   De v acris terre in LEDES.
   Unde recognicio summonita fuit inter eos in prefata Curia,
   1   There were two manors in Lid, called Old Langport and New Langport, giving name to the hundred of Langport.

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