(4 Jas I)
Lease for term of lives, by copy of court roll
John Arundell of Lanherne, esquire = (1)
John Tome and Thomas Tome, sons of William Tome, of Sithney parish = (2)-(3)
Manor of Prospynnecke: (2)-(3) in court received from (1) himself a tenement in Prospynnecke, currently held by William Davye for term of his life by copy of court roll; reserving to (1) all toll of tin and tin-works, and all trees of oak, ash and elm; for (2)-(3) to hold for term of their lives successively, when its reversion occurs by the death, surrender or forfeiture of William Davye. Rent 13s 4d yearly at 4 terms, plus 1 capon at Michaelmas, 1 day's work at harvest, a best beast as heriot or farleu, suit of court of Prospynnecke and suit of mill of Pengwenna, and all other services. If (2)-(3) surrender their estate in the tenement within 3 years, then (1) has granted it to 2 people to be nominated by William Davye, to hold for term of their lives as above. Entry fine of £12 paid by William Davye. Signature of (1).