- 1377 (Creation)
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Feast of St. Gregory, 1377.
Richard de Snayth of Snaith, to Roger de Burgoyn of Balne.
Messuage and 7 acres of land in Balne, formerly in tenure of Adam Dilke. To hold of Richard and heirs for ever, at rent of 2s. per annum plus appearances at the first court after Easter and the first after Michaelmas, Richard can distrain if the rent more than fortnight in arrears.
Should Roger die without legitimate heirs, the lands to go to his daughter Elizabeth and her heirs, failing whom to Roger's daughter Agnes and her heirs, failing whom to Roger's daughter Matilda and her heirs, failing whom to Roger's daughter Alice and her heirs, failing whom to Roger's son William and his heirs, failing whom to William fitzWilliam de Balne, failing whom the lands revert to the heirs of Richard de Snayth.
Wit: John de Shirwode, John White, Thomas de Snayth, John fitzJohn fitzAlexander de Balne, Thomas Wilkes, etc.