1565-72] Deeds and Associated Dociunents. 89
merchant, without any manner of disturbance or expulsion, &c., of one Elizabeth Webbe, wyddowe, late the wyffe of William Webbe, or of other persons on her behalf, or of Glanfyld, Alice his wife, or any of them, and heirs, &c. Signed by John Glanfyld, mchantt.
 Lease by Willyam Houghton, Willyam Grylls, Willyam Poynter als Kedley, John Badge, John Glandfyld at wyll, John Glubb thelder, Willyam Nycoll, Thomas Lybbe, ' the eight men,' William Burne, and John glubb the younger, churchwardens — to John ffytz,esquyer, of garden in the possession of John Northcott, at Tavistock, ' together wHi power lybertie and Authorytie to digge and make a trench any waie thorowe the same gardeyn aswell to laie therin pipes of tymbre ledd or othewyse to Gary water in the same from one fowntene or sprynge lyinge & beinge in one close of the saide John fifytz called the bought hayes vnto the mansyon howse of the saide John fifytz as also from tyme to tyme as often as nede shall requyre to Repaire and Amende the saide pypes at the wyll and pleasure of the saide John ffytz duringe the saide terme.' Sept. 8. 10 Elizabeth.
[Seal of fifytz attached.]
 Lease by same lessors of land at Peterstavy, which moll Rychards, otherwise Davy, widow, had held, in consideration of £10 fine paid by William Stondon, of Peterstavye, to William Stondon and Elynor Rychards als davy, 'whiche Elyno theseid Willm Stondon by godds sufifrance Intendithe to marry & take to wyfif,' for their lives. Rent 20s. a year, the best beast for heriot, and the 'shyefifc peny.' After them to Margery Sybly for her life. Attornies — John Hannaford and Richard Wadman. July 10. 14 Elisabeth.
 Lease by William Houghton, William Kedley als poynter, William Grylls, John Glanfyld, Edward Denys, John Burgys, Richard Drake, and Thomas Lybbe, the ' eight men,' with Richard Brewen and Richard Glubbe, churchwardens, of tenement and garden in Bannawyll Strete, land late Roger Wynsore south, Richard Egge- comb, merchant, Agnes his wife, and John Browne and Margery his wife, north ; also a close in Waddon between the lands lately given 'towardes the maynteynaunce of the poore people in the Two Almshouses of Tavystook' and lands of William Grylls — which land, &c., John Soper the younger, of Tavystocke, cordwainer, held — to the said