Charter by which Agnes Mason late wife of Henry Mason of Congulton in her widowhood, remits, releases, and wholly for herself and heirs forever quit-claims to Hugh del Grene, mercer, mayor of the town of Congulton and his successors, mayors of the same town for the time being, her whole state, right, and claim in all those burgages, lands, and tenements with their appurtenances which the said Hugh has by the gift and enfeofment of the said Agnes in the town of Congulton, as in a certain charter more fully appears, so that neither the said Agnes nor her heirs nor any one by her or her name shall be able to exact or claim any right or claim in the said burgages lands or tenements or in any parcel of the same in future, but from all action of right and claim in the same be for ever excluded by these present writings. And the said Agnes and her heirs will warrant and forever defend all the said burgages, lands, and tenements with their appurtenances to the aforesaid Hugh the mayor and his successors of the said town of Congulton against all men.
Witnesses:- William Madywo then bailiff of the town of Congulton, John Spenser, Alexander de Lathum, John le Barker, Hugh de Moreton draper, John Honkynson, William de Moreton draper, and others. Dated the Friday on the vigil of St. Katherine the Virgin, 31 Henry V1 [24 November 1452].
[Manuscript 3/100 spells William Madywo as William Madeow]
[The document – last line – does not indicate "dated at Congulton"]