Andoverseld
   In parish of St. John de Walebrok, 1277-8. Devised by Edward le Blund to his son John by the name of the " whole seld of Andover " (Ct. of Hust. W. I. 30).
   Devised by Sir John le Blund to his son Edward, 1312-13 (ib. 236).
   Granted to Simon Corpe, 9 Ed. II. by the name of " Andovrefeld " (Anc. Deeds, C. 586).
   In the last reference the " f " is probably an error in transcription in the Calendar for " s." See Selds.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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