June 28, 1380 Chaumpaigne

City of London Records, Pleas and Memoranda, A. 23, m. 5 b

a Eodem die venit hic Cecilia Chaumpaigne et cognovit subsequens scriptum esse factum suum in hec verba—

Noverint universi me Ceciliam Chaumpaigne filiam quondam Willelmi Chaumpaigne et Agnetis uxoris eius remisisse

relaxasse, et omnino pro me heredibus et executoribus meis imperpetuum quietumclamasse Ricardo Goodchild coteler et Johanni

Grove armurer civibus Londini omnimodas acciones, querelas, et demandas tam reales quam personales quas versus 

dictos Ricardum et Johannem vel eorum alterum unquam habui habeo seu quovismodo infuturum habere potero, ratione cuiuscumque cause

a principio mundi usque in diem confectionis presentium. In cuius rei testimonium presentibus sigillum meum apposui. Datum

Londoni vicesimo octauo die Junij, anno regni Regis Ricardi secundi post conquestum quarto.

from the same day Cecily Chaumpaigne came here and certified the following writing to be her own deed in her words—

Let all know that I, Cecily Chaumpaigne, daughter of the late William Chaumpaigne and his wife Agnes, have remitted,

released, and entirely quitclaimed for myself, heirs and my executors in perpetuity Richard Goodchild, knife-maker, and John

Grove, armorer, citizens of London, all manner of actions, complaints and contracts, whether real or personal, that

I either had, have, or in some way could have in the future against said Richard and John, or either of them, by reason of whatsoever justification,

from the beginning of the world up to the day of completing the present circumstances. In testimony of which situation I have appended my seal to these things at hand. Given

in London on the twenty-eighth day of June, in the fourth year of the reign of King Richard the Second after the Conquest.

London Metropolitan Archives

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