109. STONOR v. WITTONSTALL [before 1470]
ABSTRACT. Draft of the award made by Sir Edmond Rede on "dyvers contravercyes and variaunces . . . had and moved betwen Thomas Stonor of Stonor in the Counte of Oxon, esquyer, garden . . . of all the manors, landes, and tenementes of John Cotesmore, son and heyre of John Cotesmore, duryng the nounage of the seid John Cotes|more on the oon party, and Olyver Whitonstall and Margaret, his wyff, late the wyff of John Cotesmore, the fader of the seid John, on the other parte," touching the possession and profits of all the manors etc. of the said John Cotesmore in the Isle of Wight, and in the counties of Oxford, Berks, and Bucks. First: "the same Olyver and Margaret shall have and pesibely possede and resceyve all the issues, profites, and revenues of the Manor of Dourton in the Counte Buks" and 4l. yearly rent from Holcome, Oxon, during the nonage of John Cotesmore. Thomas Stonor is to let to farm to them all manors etc. in the Isle of Wight during the nonage of John Cotesmore; they paying to Stonor, or his executors, 38l. 13s. 4d. Stonor is to have the issues of all other lands, the Manor of Mylton, Oxfordshire, excepted.