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Charter 1302 — Edward I
Confirmation of the charter of Henry III to the barons of Faversham
The barons of Faversham are granted all the freedoms that the barons of the Cinque Ports have by charter, including immunity from toll and custom and from the jurisdiction of the shire and hundred, and the right to trove by land and sea. In return they are to provide ships with the barons of the Cinque Ports for fifteen days each year, upon summons of the King.
Royal letters patent, Westminster, 14 November 1302 (30 Edward I). Grant to the barons of Faversham. Parchment, 43 × 52 cms, great seal and laces lacking. Fa/I/3. Tann, Royal Charters of Faversham, pp. 112-114.
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