Charter by which Robert de Chorleyton and William Ore, chaplains, give, grant, and by this their charter confirm to John de Henshagh of Congulton, one messuage of land called "Browneswolde" lying within the lordship of Congulton which they had by the gift and feoffment of William Moreton son of Hugh Moreton. To have and to hold the whole of the said messuage with its appurtenances to the said John, his heirs, and assigns forever of the chief lords of the fee by the service thence due and of right accustomed. And the said Robert and William and their heirs will warrant and forever defend the whole of the said messuage with its appurtenances to the aforesaid John his heirs and assigns against all men.
Witnesses:- John Spensir then mayor of Congulton, John del Dene then bailiff of the same town, Hugh del Grene, Alexander Lathum, John Arkelyde, and others. Dated at Congulton on the feast of St. George the Martyr [23 April] 1445.