16 March 1297/8 Yorkshire Archaeological Journal volume 13 p81
1302. Robert de Wrenthorp leased for 16 years to Thomas de Totehill, Overage and Netherhage, Witnesses; Sir Hugh de Eland, John de Lacy, Thomas Talvas of Fikisby, John del Rode of Hiperum (Hipperholme) John de Percy (?), John de Stansfeld, Henry son of William de Eland, John de Scoles of the same (from papers copied by Rev Watson at Okes in Rishworth).
The above seems to go with the following, dated the following year:
31 Edward I (1303), for as long as the said lease should last; and quitclaim of all rights therein except an annual rent of 4s 1½d; also a grant for the same term and by the said Robert to Thomas de Totehull of the whole of his tenement which he held in his own hand in Louerhaee and in Leuetherhaee together with common of pasture in the ville of Lynley at the annual rent of 16s 1½d at the terms ordained in respect of Earl Warenne's land. Witnesses, Sir Hugh de Eland, John de Lascy, Thomas Talvas of Fekesby, Thomas the elder (seniore) of the same, John del Rode of Hiperum, John de Percy, John de Stanesfeld, Henry son of William de Eland, John del Scoles of the same (Yorkshire Deeds Volume 4 p89).
The following three undated records are detailed by John Stansfeld in his History of the Family of Stansfeld
without citing their source:
(no date) Convention between Henry de Hiperum and John de Totehill, Witnesses: Sir Hugh de Eland, Thomas de Coppley, John de Lacy, Richard de Cromwelbothom and John de Stansfeld (source not cited, History of the Family of Stansfeld p107).
Deed from Richard son of Richard de Hiperum to John de Tothill, Witnesses: Sir Hugh de Eland, Sir John de Heaton, John de Lacy de Cromwelbothom, John de Stansfeld, Henry de Rishworth and Sir William de Clifton, knight (source not cited, History of the Family of Stansfeld p107).
Deed, Henry son of Richard de Hiperum, lord of Hiperum, to Thomas de Tothill, of certain rents there, from tenants named in another deed dated 1298, Witnesses: Hugh de Eland, Sir John de Heaton knight, John de Lacy de Cromwelbothom, John de Stansfeld, Henry de Rishworth and John del Rode (source not cited, History of the Family of Stansfeld p107). (Below)
Yorkshire Deeds Volume 4 p54 no.194 (no date).