Grant by William Cresy of Shirford [Shereford], son of Thomas Cresy, to John Harebotyll of Hempton, his wife Rose, Edmund Smythe and John Ede, both of Hempton, with also the appointment of William’s attorney, Thomas Hatton of Shereford to deliver seisin (in the above premises) to John and Rose Harebotyll with Edmund Smythe.
Feoffment from Nicholas Harman, William Julyans and Geoffrey Bourdiour to John and Simon Bulwer, Thomas Gerveys and John Shillyng of 0.5a. meadow at Lound in Cawston and 0.5a. arable in field called le Lound.
Feoffment from Robert Lomb, Robert Osborn and John Clubbe to John Bulwer, Simon Bulwer and John Shillyng of 6a. 3r. enclosed called the Ylde partly built, with alder carr, near way from mill to Fallynggate.
Feoffment from Bartholomew Hard and Geoffrey Shropham to Nicholas Morehous, Richard Pentyng and John Bulwer of three pieces of arable in field/s of South Creake viz. 3r. at Wigenhowe, 0.5a. 0.5r. on Duntongate, and 0.5a. at Pynnokescoostesend. John Grene attorney for livery of seisin.
Conveyance from Edward Bulwer, Esq., and Frances his wife to Jeremy Revans, clerk, of Courtgreen Close cont. 38a. in Foulsham and Themelthorpe, charged with payment under the will of Edward Bulwer, gent., of 10s per month to the poor of Wood Dalling most constantly attending church.