Bitterly was granted lands, tenements, and pastures at Cleeton St Mary and Farlow (given as Clweton and Farlowe, Salop). Although such a grant does not necessarily imply a personal connection or residence, in this case it specifies that the lands were the possession of Bitterly’s ancestors.
Calendar of Patent Rolls, Richard II Vol. 4, 1388-1392, p. 182
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