Memorandum, quod die et anno infrascriptis plena et pacifica
seisina acre infraspecificate, cum pertinentiis, data et deliberata
per infranominatum Willielmum de Segenho infranominato Johanni de
in propriis personis suis, secundum tenorem et effectum carte
in presentia Nigelli de Saleford, Johannis de Seybroke, et aliorum.
Know all men present and to come, That I, William, son of William de Segenho, have given and granted, and by this my present deed have confirmed, to John, son of John of Saleford, for a certain sum of money which he has paid into my hands, one acre of my arable land, lying in the plain of Saleford, adjoining to the land of Richard de la Mere; to have and to hold all of the aforesaid acre of land, with all its appurtenances, to the aforesaid John, and his heirs and assigns, of the chief lords of the fee: Rendering and performing yearly to the same chief lords the services therefor due and accustomed: and I, the aforesaid William, and my heirs and assigns, warrant all the aforesaid acre of land with all its appurtenances, to the aforesaid John of Saleford and to his heirs and assigns, against all the world forever. In witness whereof, I have put my seal to this present deed. Witness, Nigell of Saleford, John of Seybrooke Radulphus, clerk of Saleford, on the Friday next before the feast of St. Margaret the Virgin, in the sixth year of the reign of King Edward, the son of King Edward.
Memorandum, That on the day and year within written full and quiet seisin of the within specified acre, with its appurtenances, was given and delivered by the within named William de Segenho to the within named John of Saleford, in their own proper persons, according to the tenor and effect of the within written deed, in the presence of Nigell of Saleford, John of Seybrooke, and others.
Source: II Blackstone, Commentaries, Appendix.