Here's one for your early records. It relates to an early exchange of land involving a William Albrighton in 1419/1420, appearing in Warwickshire Feet of Fines.
In the book Albritton's of the 2nd millenium, a William Albrighton is listed as born about 1355 and dying abt 1425. If this is he then as you will see it gives his place of abode and wifes name. Of course this could be his son or some other Albrighton.
WARWICKSHIRE FEET OF FINES:-DRUCKER
Henry V 1419-1420
Solihull (Quinz. of Eas.; and after, in Oct. of Trin) Thomas Gower of Wodehall, pl. John son of Richard Smallbrook of Yardeley, def. A toft, 40 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 8 acres of wood, with appurts., in Solyhull, Yerdeley, Co Worcs. Plea of covenant. Def. Recog. Right of pl, whre of the later has premises in Solyhull of the gift of def. Quitclaim from def and his heirs. Further def granted, for himself and his heirs, the revision of the premises in vill of Yerdeley, held by William Albryghton of Albryghton and Joan his wife, for the life of Joan, to remain wholly after Joan's death to pl. and his heirs to hold of the chief lords warranty. Cons., 100 marks of silver (case 291. File 64.81.) Warw. Worcs.