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Sciant p[re]sentes et futuri q[uo]d ego Will[elm]us Smyth de Stratton' iuxta Honyngham' dimisi feoffaui et hac p[re]senti carta mea confirmaui Cecilie quonda[m] filie Will[elm]i Marsh[a]m defuncti de ead[e]m Reginaldo Codenh[a]mi et Simo[n]i Harald de Stratton' p[re]d[i]c[t]a duas pecias terr[e] arabil[is] cu[m] p[er]tinenc[iis] suis quas nup[er] habui de dono et feoffamento Joh[ann]is Marsham quond[am] p[at]ris p[re]d[i]c[t]i Will[elm]i Marsham in Stratton' p[re]d[i]c[t]a quar[um] p[r]ima pecia terr[e] continet una[m] acra[m] et iacet int[er] terra[m] Walt[er]i Haberd ex parte aquilon[ari] et terra[m] Man[er]ii de Stratton' ex parte austr[ali] cui[us] caput occident[ale] abuttat sup[er] Regia[m] viam S[e]c[un]da pecia terr[e] continet una[m] acra[m] et una[m] Roda[m] et iacet int[er] terra[m] Natiua[m] Man[er]ii de Buxton' ex parte aquilon[ari] et t[er]ras diu[er]sor[um] ho[mi]nu[m] ex parte austr[ali] cui[us] caput oriental[e] abuttat sup[er] terra[m]