Writ of Habere facias seisinam addressed to sheriff of Yorkshire. Recites Final Concord: John de Ingelby and William Asthorp, parson of Dyghton plaintiffs and Sir Richard Redemayn and wife Elizabeth deforceants.

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Moiety of manor of Harewode: To Sir Richard and Elizabeth Redmayn for lives, then to their sons Matthew, Richard and any other son successively in tail male, then to Brian Stapulton son of Elizabeth Redmayn (17 April 1401). Recites also that the premises descended to Sir. Richard & Elizabeth Redmayn, then to Matthew Redmayn, then to his son Richard Redmayn, then to his son William who died seised of a messuage, 30ac. land and 6ac. meadow called Kaylles in Otteley; a messuage and 60ac. called Holynhall in Denton; and the said moiety of the manor of Harewode held in capite for a fourth part of a knight's fee. Seisin to be given to Edward brother of William as his heir, reserving dower of Margaret widow of William.

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