On 25 August 1567, Secretary Andrei VasiTev syn Beznosov sent a transfer charter (vvoznaia gramo ta) to Gavrilo Timofeev syn Kuzovitskii and Ushak Begunitskii, conveying to them hamlets in Shelon Fifth, in exchange for land taken into the oprichnina in Staraia Rusa.
On 25 August 1567, on Ivan's order, Secretary Andrei Vasil'ev syn Beznosov sent an assignment charter (otdel'naia gramota) to peasants on conditional land in Shelon Fifth, explaining the assignment of their lands to Gavrilo Timofeev syn Kuzovitskoi and Ushashka Begunitskoi, in exchange for lands in Staraia Rusa incorporated into the oprichnina.
On 18 May 1570, by Ivan's order, Mikhailo Ivanov syn Shishelov implemented a transfer charter assigning to Andrei Leont'ev syn Borshchov hamlets as a conditional land grant in the Shelon Fifth, vacated by Petr Shchulepnikov, whom Ivan had taken into the sovereign's oprichnina.
In a series of documents beginning 29 May 1570, Ivan reassigned a conditional land grant in Shelon Fifth, not in the oprichnina, to Fedor Nikitin syn Bekhteev.
The Novgorodian Fourth Chronicle adds another element to Feofil's actions, telling us that he ordered that the cavalry be withheld from the Battle of Shelon' River that the Novgorodians fought against Muscovite Grand Prince Ivan III and his allies in 1471.
After defeating the Novgorodians at Shelon' River in 1471, Ivan III ordered the arrest and execution of a number of Novgorodian boyars.