From John Dennye to William Dennye dated 8th May 28th Henry VI AD 1450 Translated into English from the original deed Norman French by Walter Denny son of Thomas R Denny April 1874:
Know all present and to come that I John Dennye of Combes in the County of Suffolk have given granted and by this my present deed have confirmed unto William Dennye my son his heirs and assigns All that my tenement with all tenements meadows feedings pastures woods rents and services with all the rights and liberties to the said tenements belonging with all their appurtenances situate and lying in Combes aforesaid in the County aforesaid which said tenements and lands with the appurtenances were lately held by the gift grant and Charter of conformation of Thomas Rygge and Andrew Cooke as by the Charter thereof to me and my heirs made by them dated at Combes aforesaid on the Tuesday next after the Feast of the Blessed Trinity in the 17th year of the reign of King Henry 6th after the conquest fully appears. To have and to hold the said tenements lands meadows feedings and pastures woods rents and services with all the rights and liberties to the said tenements belonging with all their appurtenances unto the said William Dennye his heirs and assigns To the only proper use of the said William Dennye and his heirs in capital fee of the Lord by the services therefore due and of right accustomed forever by these presents In witness whereof to this my present deed I have affixed my seal.
Given at Combes aforesaid the 8th day of the month of May in the 28th year of the reign of King Henry the 6th by the Grace of God of England and France Lord of Ireland &c after the Conquest of England.
Seisin was delivered in the presence of Edmund Amster, Edmund Poleyn and Thomas of Combs.
(Genealogy of the Denny family in England and America, pg. 24)