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Bracon Ash: grant by Thomas atte Moor of Brakene [Bracon Ash], Thomas Chaunceux of Hethill [Hethel] and William Morlee of Brakene to Robert Erpyngham, parson of Brakene church and Walter Orleger, citizen of Norwich

Concerns all the granters' lands and tenements with the appurtenances in the town of Brakene and other adjoining towns, as messuages, arable lands, meadows, pastures, rights of pasture, common ways, lanes, rents, services and all other profits, easements and appurtenances pertaining to the aforesaid lands and tenements, which were formerly conveyed by Robert atte Moor of Brakene, which Robert and Walter were to hold for the lifetime of Marion Chauntrell of Flordon.
Witnesses: Nicholas Norton, John Motte, Roger Shepherde, Henry Shepherde, John Frodesham and others.
Dated at Brakene, the Saturday next before the feast of the Epiphany 8 Henry V.

William Morlee; fl 1420; Bracon Ash, Norfolk

Flordon: grant by Robert Berd of Tacolneston to Walter Glover of Flordon, John Throwere of the same, clerk, Nicholas Noth of Thaseburgh [Tasburgh], clerk, and John Gyn of Norwich, chaplain

Concerns all the land and tenements, woods, pightles, pastures, roads, lanes, with all their appurtenances, which descended to Robert on the death of his father, John Berd, in the town and fields of Flordon, except for half an acre of marsh in the marsh there.
Witnesses: William Blomvile, Nicholas Norton, William Morle, Thomas Moor, Thomas Hotte and others.
Dated at Flordon on Tuesday, the feast of St Martin the Bishop, 11 Henry VI.

Nicholas Norton; fl 1420; Bracon Ash, Norfolk

Feoffment by Walter Broun, William Morlee and William atte Chirche to Nicholas Norton, Thomas Chaunces and John Swan

Of 16 pieces of arable land in the fields of Bracon Ash and Hethel ('Brakene et Hethill') in cultures called le Merssh', Bittyrmoornab, Marlepitfurlong, Wallokheedys, Longfurlong, Dokys, le Faldezatefurlong, Lechemer' and Nethergatefurlong (other places named are Spurnyspride, Mosemeere and Flaxmer'); and one further piece of arable in the field of Brakene.

Walter Broun; fl 1420; Bracon Ash, Norfolk