Document 3/23/6 (Simpson, de Quincy, App. A, no. 1)
Saer de Quincy, earl of Winchester, has given, granted, and established by this his charter, to Lady Loretta his daughter, formerly wife of William de Valognes, in exchange for her free marriage in Lothian in the land of the lord king of Scotland, 20 pounds of land in the villa of Shepshed (Leics.), by the view of a man of the law. And if 20 pounds of land in the aforesaid land is deficient, he or his heirs will complete the deal from neighbouring lands in the same villa, by the view of a man of the law. He has also granted in his forest, ‘husebote’ and ‘haybote’ by view of his foresters and quittance from the feeding of his demesne pigs. In case of failure of warranty, he will give her an exchange of equal value in the villa of Keyston (Hunts.).
13 March 1207 X Spring 1219
Succession of Saer, earl of Winchester × his departure on crusade.