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John Toker, John Herte, Philip Browne, John Amadas, Roger Wynssore, Walter Tayle, John Codleppe, Philip Wyllym, John Monkelegh, Peter Bowden, of a certain tenement — tenement of William Lake, late John Lake, jun"", east, heirs John Aunger west, highway from the bridge of St. Matthew in the town of Tavistock towards the great bridge, south, two tenements of the Abbot and Convent of St. Rumon of Tavystok north. Also another tenement — tenement of Abbot and Convent west, John Cotell east, highway from the high cross of Tavistock towards Indescomb south, highway from the high cross to Kelworthy north. Said tenements with garden being gift and feoffment of William Assheford. Witnesses — John Chypston, Richard Langbroke, John Bocher, John Keche, Robert Alyn. March 17. 15 Hejiry VII.
 Appointment by Thomas Sawle of Robert Browne and Richard Langyffmd his attornies to give seisin to John Chypston, clerk, of properties dealt with in the ensuing feoffment. August 31. \6 Henry VII.
 Conveyance by John Chipston, clerk, to Walter ffytz, Thomas Saule, William Tankeret, Stephen Toker, William lacche, John Durant, Benedict Taillour, William Amadas, Richard Lybbe, Walter Drake, Bartholomew Wyndesore, John Hert, sen, Thomas Burges, John Toker of Inscombe, William Honychurche, Richard Lybbe, jun, John Lybbe, John Coche, John ffytz, Ralph ffoster, William Brune, William Drake, sen"", William Drake, jun"", John Chipston, John Amadas, Roger Wyndesore, John Hert, jun, and Thomas Maynard, of a tenement and garden in Tauystoke — tenement Augustin Strode north, John Eliot south, park called ' haukyns ley ' east — which tenement and garden had been in Thomas Coche, Roger Toker, Thomas Hubbe, and Roger Cake ; also a tenement and meadow between the garden of Thomas Coche south, ' magdalene ' north, highway from the pillory of Tauystoke east towards Hurde[wyk] ; also all his meadow adjoining Wylmyston called Blakedyche mede, which were in Richard Langbroke and Richard Soper. All which the aforesaid Chipston had lately had of the gift and feoffment of Thomas Saule, son and heir of John Saule, jun"". Wit- nesses — Richard Cade, John Chipston, sen*', John Lymmys- cote, William Haukyn. Dated Tauystoke, September 6. 16 Henry VII.