A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 2. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1894.
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A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 2. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1894.
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|Bedf. Herts. Middx.||C. 2001. Attornment by Elizabeth Kendale, late the wife of Sir Edward de Kendale, knight, the younger, to Sir Reginald de Grey, lord of Rutthyn, and Gerard de Braybrook, knights, John Malyns, William Trailly, and Phelipot Herneys, on the grant to them by Sir William Croiser, knight, of the reversion of the manors of Maydecroft, Wrastelyngworth, and Tydeburst, and of lands, &c., in the parishes of Aldenham, Idelstre, Egeswere and Little Stanmere, which the said Elizabeth holds for her life. First week in July, 1 Richard II. French.|
|[N'hamp.]||C. 2002. Confirmation by Adelis de Abbervilla, mother of William de Lisuris (Lisors), of the gift which the latter made to Peter son of Adam de Norhamtona, viz. of the mill of Abinton, &c. Witnesses:—Richard Engaigne, sheriff, and many others (named). [2–3 Richard I.] Seal, imperfect.|
|[Heref.]||C. 2003. Grant by John Mael, to Adam de la Kalewe, clerk, of land in the territory of Welintun, stretching to the stream by Rupsebruge, in the territory called 'Broeholes,' and in Lidegatesforlong. Witnesses:— Walter Restot, and others (named).|
|[N'hamp.]||C. 2004. Confirmation by Hugh de Lisures, with the assent of Henry, son of Peter son of Adam, to the brethren of the hospital of Holy Trinity without Northampton, of the grant which the said Peter made to them of the mill of Abinton, which William de Lisures, Hugh's brother, gave to the said Peter. Witnesses:—Ralph Basset, Richard de Tani, and others (named). [Henry III.] Fragments of seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||C. 2005. Grant by Alexander de Buketon, to the hospital of Holy Trinity by Northampton, and the brethren there, of land which Henry son of Osmund held in Buketon, with the said Henry and his issue, and land of his own demesne there, of the fee of St. Wandregisil, viz. below Pokeho, in Brocfurlung, in Banewong, at Wlfputtes upon Bergh; also land in the fields of Buketun, part between Mulnewei and Brakenhowei, in Stinedale, upon upper Estlange, towards the field of Multon, at Thurnewelle, between Grenewei and Chirchewei, in Litledale, below Puttes, between Luvetoftewei and Grenewei, upon Waterifurlung, at Picho, upon Wrangelandes, seven Buttes, nine Smalidoles above Picho, extending towards Berewei and towards the field of Thorp, at Pitwei, below Saltwei and by Grenewei; also 12d. yearly rent that Ralph the parson of Buketun pays for twelve acres, also a cottage in Buketon and the services of tenants there, named, &c. Witnesses:—Sir Walter, prior of St. Andrew's, and others (named). [Henry III.]|
|[Norf.?]||C. 2006. Grant by Engeram Cumin, with the consent of his brothers William and Henry, to Ennia do Cler', servant of the said Henry, of a windmill which the grantor held of Thomas de Brinton. Witnesses:— William Cumin of Upton, and others (named).|
|[Suff.]||C. 2007. Release by William Blench, to John de Hodebovilla, of the homage and service which Richard Underwode did for land in Mildenhale, which the said William acquired by battle (per bellum), in the county of Gyppewiz. Witnesses:—Walter de Capeles, Roger de Muriell, and others (named). [Henry III.]|
|[Suff.?]||C. 2008. Grant by Roger son of William de Burnham, to Robert son of John de Suburg', of a piece of land on the east side of Chopedhoy, abutting on Dockinggate. Witnesses:—William de Angre, and others (named).|
|[Heref.]||C. 2009. Grant by Roger Mervin, of Welynton, to Richard de Bagingeden, of land in Welinton, viz. in Bereye extending to Haywei, at 'la Medewesti,' and upon 'la Heyewei' extending to Cuulle. Witnesses:— Nicholas le Seculer, Walter de Maurdin, and others (named).|
|[N'hamp.]||C. 2010. Grant by Ralph de Draiton, rector of the church of Buketon (Boughton), to Henry de Sancto Johanne, his pupil (alumpno) of a messuage in Buketon, which Ralph had of the gift of Alexander de Buketon. Witnesses:—William de Lindeseya, clerk, and others (named).|
|[Norf.]||C. 2011. Grant by John son of Alan de Breydiston, to Hugh de Wermiswrth, of the homage and service of Henry son of Odo, due for land which he holds in Breydiston at a yearly rent of 12d. Witnesses:—William de Riseleye, and others (named). Fragment of seal.|
|[Heref.]||C. 2012. Grant of Roger Mervin, to Richard de Baginden, of land in Welinton lying in Hope, extending to Maribroc and to the road leading to Dunemore. Witnesses:—Nicholas Mervin, Walter Restout, and others (named). Thirteenth century.|
|[Bedf.]||C. 2013. Release by Alexander, son of Alexander Sagar, of Dunstaple, to Laurence Nicholas, of a yearly rent of 3d. and ½ lb. of cummin, for a messuage in the south street of Dunstaple. Witnesses:—Richard de Chauton, and others (named).|
|[Somers.]||C. 2014. Ratification by Hugh de Meriet, of the grant that John Paris, son of William Paris, made to Robert de Meriet, of his land of Assleande, Robert paying to Hugh 1 lb. of pepper yearly, and saving the service due to the king for so much land in the manor of Meriet. Witnesses:—Sir William de Sorewille, Robert de Koker, and others (named).|
|[N'hamp.]||C. 2015. Grant in frank almoin by William son of Alexander de Bucketon, to the hospital of Holy Trinity by Northampton, and the brethren there, of a yearly rent of 24s. 8d., a capon, and 1 lb. of cummin in Bucketon, and a messuage with land there which they had of the gift of Hugh the smith (fabri). Witnesses:—Walter de Preston, John de Hulecote, and others (named).|
C. 2016. Grant in frank almoin by Martin de Pateshill, dean of St.
Paul's, London, to the brethren of Holy Trinity without Northampton, of
his meadow of Tikene, which he had of the gift of William Briton.
Witnesses:—Master Hugh de London, archdeacon of Colchester, Thomas
de Fakeham, clerk, and others (named). [A D. 1229] Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: 'De holmo de Thekene,'
|[N'hamp.]||C. 2017. Grant by William Briton, of Teken, to the hospital of Holy Trinity without Northampton and the brethren there, in frank almoin, of the holm of Token by the mill of Teken. William and Fulk de Martiwas, William, parson of Preston, and others (named). [Henry III.]|
|[York.]||C. 2018. Grant by Beatrice, late the wife of Richard de Bollesore, to Sirs John de Lincoln, and Robert de Garton, master John de Skeftlyng, and Henry Maupas and Simon Gaunstede, clerks, of all her lands in Burton Pidse. Witnesses:—Sirs Robert de Hilton, John Conestable, of Halsham, Robert de Twyer, knights, and others (named). 20 April, 12 Richard II.|
|[N'hamp.]||C. 2019. Grant by Geoffrey de Pavilly, son of Robert de Pavilly, to the hospital of Holy Trinity without Northampton, and the brethren there, of the mill pond of Abinton, abutting on his meadow of Houton, in the same state in which the pond was on St. Martin's day next after the death of William de Bleis, bishop of Lincoln, so that it be not further raised. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Insula, Richard Gubiun, and others (named). [A.D. 1206.] Seal of arms.|
|[Berks.]||C. 2020. Grant by Hugh the miller (molendinarius), son of Hugh the miller, of Denford, to Robert de Herpenham, and Joan his wife, of land in Ingeflodbelet, part called 'Rugeacre,' part in Langeham, and of a croft. Witnesses:—Nicholas de Ingepenn, and others (named). Thirteenth century.|
|[N'hamp.]||C. 2021. Agreement between Isabel de Lisurs, daughter of Simon son of Simon, made after the death of William de Lisures her husband, about the nativity of the Virgin Mary next after the detention of Richard, king of England, in Germany, and Peter son of Adam de Norhanton, concerning a dispute as to her dower in the mill of Habinton; Isabel releases her right therein for 6½ marks, on condition that if it be determined in the king's court or in the county that the said Peter ought to receive an exchange for the mill, which he holds by inheritance of the gift of William de Lisurs, the said Isabel shall receive an exchange to the value of her said claim. Witnesses:—Ralph dean of Bulling', Jocelin, parson of Herleston, and others (named). [circa A.D. 1194.] Fragments of seal.|
C. 2022. Sale and release by Daniel, son of Hugh Cerle, to William
de Mussendene, for 15s., of all his right in 18d. rent, issuing out of a
messuage in the new street [of Mussendene ?]. Witnesses:—Henry Wille,
Ralph de Hechfeld, and others (named). [Henry III].
|[Wilts.]||C. 2023. Grant by John de Cumbe, to Thomas son of Philip, of two crofts in the grantor's fee of Fitelton, between the church croft and the croft of William de Martin, with a way out for horses and waggons between the church croft and Richard Herbert's house. Witnesses:— Richard de Herd,' Stephen de Brihtmarestun (Brigmerston), and others (named).|
|[Heref.]||C. 2024. Grant by Richard son of Peter de Middelwde, to William de Homma, of a messuage in Middelwde, adjoining the highway leading to St. Oswald's and 9d. yearly rent, from tenants named, in the same town. Witnesses:—Adam Ybermons, constable of Clyford, Philip Sturmi, and others (named). Thirteenth century.|
|[Warw.]||C. 2025. Grant by Jordan de Witacre, to Helias son of Helias de Makinton, of eight ridges of land, and of the assart which Walter son of Sifrid held, with the meadow belonging thereto, and six ridges stretching to the water of Haregrave, in Elmedon. Witnesses:—Ansel de Sheldon, Richard de Merston, and others (named). [Henry III.]|
|[N'hamp.]||C. 2026. Grant in frank almoin by Henry de Dive, with the assent of his wife and friends, to the hermitage of St. David belonging to St. Andrew's, Northampton, of his part of the meadow of Brincholm (de holmo de Brinc), by Bramton. Witnesses:—Philip de Pitesford, and others (named). Twelfth century.|
|[Hants.]||C. 2027. Grant by Andrew de Mintstede, to Wido de Testewode, of land in Testewode, viz. eight acres in Holebroc, two acres between Sulfliesbroc and Samelbroc, and three acres behind the garden which belonged to Serich. Witnesses:—Walter de Romese, William de Hamton, and others (named). Thirteenth century.|
|[York.]||C. 2028. Grant by John de le Hil. of Thurlistun, to William son of Jordan de Scwindene, of meadow land within the bounds of Thurliston in the field of Eclulis, and a yearly rent of 11d. Witnesses: Robert de Bullulis, Richard de Bilneclif, and others (named). Fragment of seal.|
|[Wilts.]||C. 2029. Grant by Thomas de Periton, with the consent of Adam his son and heir, to Adam Sturmi, of land at Brokeneberg, part lying at Gudhredeshulle, towards the north side of the highway between Niwenton and Malmesbury, part at Loclonde, by the path called 'Berhulleswey,' and part at 'La Berg,' above Wdewey; Sturmi paying 12d. yearly to the altar of St. Mary at the abbey of Malmesbury. Witnesses:—Matthew de Bremleham, Richard de Wockesya, and others (named).|
|[Bedf.]||C. 2030. Grant by Stephen de Blechesho, son of Robert son of Samson, to Henry son of Peter de Norhamton, of a grove in Blechesho (Bletsoe), and four ridges of land adjacent. Witnesses:—Ralph de Broi, of Felmeresham, Robert de Broi, of Blechesho, and others (named).|
|[Herts.]||C. 2031. Release by Alice, daughter of Adam Basseth, and relict of Thomas son of Peter de Merstone, widow, to Jordan Basseth, her brother, and Euphemia his wife, of land in the south field of Merstone, in a quarentine (quarentena) called 'le Hulfurlong.' St. Edmund's day, 10–11 Edward [I]. Witnesses:—Ralph, lord of Merstone. Ralph the clerk (clerico) of Trenge, and others (named). Fragment of seal.|
|[ ]||C. 2032. Bond by Thomas Ormond and William Boleyn, esquires, to George Nevyle, knight, and William Scot, gentleman, for 20l. 9 July, 16 Edward IV. Cancelled.|
|[Heref.]||C. 2033. Grant by John son of Mael de Wellinton, to Walter son of Reginald de Hoppe, of land in Wellinton, viz. at Orlebarwe, by the road leading to Hereford, extending to Koketesweye and Bromtesiche, in Norzfeld at Knull, in Hoppe extending to the road leading to Dunemore, in Norzfeld, extending to Heiweye, part by Roger le Veszer's land at the west, adjoining the road leading above Overwardin, and land extending to Koketesweye. Witnesses:—Sirs Roger de Chandos, Richard de Baginden, and Roger the chaplain (capellano), and others (named).|
|[Herts.]||C. 2034. Release by Richard de Gatesbery, knight, to Sir Thomas de Leukenore, of all his right of common in a meadow of the said Sir Thomas's called 'Langravemade.' Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Melkele, knight, Robert de Gravele, and others (named). Seal, broken.|
|[Herts.]||C. 2035. Grant by Nicholaa, prioress of Rueneye (Rowheiny), with consent of the chapter, to Thomas de Leukenore, son of Sir Nicholas de Leukenore, knight, of land in Westmeln, part in a tillage called 'Cattesbrayn,' extending westward upon land called 'le Dehege,' part in the field called 'Aldebere,' extending eastward upon land called 'Hevedaker,' and part [in land called] 'Lindleye.' Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Melkele, knight, and others (named). Damaged.|
|[Leic.]||C. 2036. Grant by Richard Maulore, of Kirkeby, son of William Maulore, to the hospital of Holy Trinity by Northampton, and the brethren there, of all his lands in Kirkeby, below the road leading from Leverichesford to Shirrevesbrigge, thence as the new river runs from Osebernesbrigge to Shirrevesbrigge, thence following the river which divides Balbemor and the field of Brocardescote, and from Balbemor to the ditch by Nordhwude, thence to the extreme part of Withegeneslade, as the river runs to Leverichesford towards the south: also pasture, &c. for four hundred sheep, thirty cows with a bull, and cattle, and pannage for sixty hogs yearly, in his wood, &c. Witnesses:—Richard Gob', Hugh de Insula, and others (named). [Henry III.]|
|[Bucks.]||C. 2037. Release by John Resker, to John de Burton, John de Lincoln, Robert de Garton, clerks, Master John Skeftlyng, and Henry Maupas, clerk, of all his right in lands and tenements in North Crawele. 20 October, 12 Richard II.|
|[Worc.]||C. 2038. Grant by William Chese of Wyke by Pershore, to Robert Paty, of the same, and Agnes his wife, of a cottage and garden at 'le Fortheye' and land in Wyke, part lying 'undurhulle,' and part in a tillage called 'Schirelond.' Ascension day, 34 Edward III. Damaged.|
|Bedf.||C. 2039. Demise by John Haywarde, of Bygelswade, co. Bedford, to John Myllewarde, Thomas Mustell, Thomas Burgoyn and Robert Warde, of two messuages and crofts in Edworth, one by a lane called 'Pycardeslane,' abutting northwards on the high road to Asshewell, and the croft abutting on Watelond; and land lying in different parts of the fields of Edworth, part in a quarentine (quarentena) called 'Marefurlonge,' abutting on a meadow called 'Pykardeshadlonde,' and in various other places (named). 4 December, 1 Henry VII.|
C. 2040. Demise by Alice Pycot, of Dunstaple, widow, to John
Bernard, of the same, for twenty years, of land in Kennesworth, part
extending through Flexwey, part formerly Chaltons, and part formerly
Trowtes. Michaelmas, 31 Henry VI.
Endorsed: 'A leesse of land to John Bernarde by Alice Pygot.'
|Oxford.||C. 2041. Release by Cicely, late the wife of William Aston, of London, stockfishmonger, to Nicholas Wotton, of all her right in lands, &c., in Kynggeston Blount. London, Saturday after St. Luke the evangelist, 13 Henry VI. Seal, imperfect.|
|[Bedf.]||C. 2042. Grant by Alice, daughter of William Halidai, to William de Bristowe, of a plot of land in the south street of Dunstaple, with free passage through the lanes on each side of the said plot to Watling street. Witnesses:—Alexander the young (juvene), Hugh son of Estrild, and others (named).|
|[Warw.]||C. 2043. Release by John Wodekoc, of Solyhull, to Henry Lovot, of the same, of all his right in a plot of land at 'le Blakeford,' between the field called 'le Orchardesfeld' and the road leading from Solyhull to Burmygham. Saturday the eve of Whitsunday, 19 Edward III.|
|Wilts.||C. 2044. Release by Edmund Dolman, son and heir of John Dolman late of Manton, co. Wilts, to Edward Dolman, of Merleburgh, in the same county, and Helen his wife, of all his right in a tenement in a street called 'Lez Wynchester-strete,' Ludgasall, adjoining a tenement of the chantry of the Virgin. Witnesses:—Matthew Kyngton, bailiff of Ludgarsall, John Kemmere and William Markett, constables, and others (named). 2 October 10 Henry VIII. Fragment of seal.|
|[Suff.]||C. 2045. Demise by John le Boteler, and Thomas his brother, to John Prichet, of Hadleye, of all their lands and tenements in Leyham for seven years from the present date. Aketon, Thursday, Michaelmas, 8 Edward III.|
|[Herts.]||C. 2046. Release by Joan, late the wife of John Blyth, of St. Albans, widow, and sometime wife of John Fyssher, to John Thressher and Cicely his wife, Thomas Adam and John Wangford, of the same, of all her right in a garden in 'le Halywellestrete,' St. Albans, by 'le Halywellebrygge,' adjoining the watercourse called 'Halywelle.' Feast of St. Peter and St. Paul. 30 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.|
|[Berks.]||C. 2047. Grant by Richard Sugge of Warborh (Warborough), to Thomas John, of West Hakeburn (West Hagbourn), of land in the town and fields of West Hakeburn, in the tillages called 'Bounshole' and 'Blakeforllang,' by the way called 'Blakwey.' Whitsunday, A.D. 1349, 23 Edward III. Seal.|
C. 2048. Bond by Nicholas Woderone, Nicholas Kyng, John Purdont,
and Richard Midward, of Great Yarmouth, to Sir Edward de Windesouer',
king of England, for 40l. Wednesday after St. Bartholomew, 49 Edward
Endorsed: Memorandum that the bond is to be void if the parties bound abstain from conspiracies, false allegations, or other lesion against the king, or the liberties of the town of Great Yarmouth.
|[Oxford.]||C. 2049. Grant by Michael de Hegfelde, to Walter de Esthall, of land in the manor of Mungewell at 'la Greyehone'; part in a field called 'Middelfeld,' adjoining a wood called 'Kingeswod,' and extending into Putsslade, part in 'la Homfelde.' Witnesses:—Sir Henry son of Robert, Peter de Esserugge, bailiff of the honor of Walingeford, and others (named).|
|[Staff.]||C. 2050. Grant by Henry the miller (molendinarius), of Womborne, son of Walter, to Moses de Wautham, clerk, of land in Blakelowe, which Henry had of the gift of the lord of Womborne. Witnesses:—William de Caldewelle, Ralph Pelle, and others (named).|
|[Herts.]||C. 2051. Grant by John Scot, fishmonger, of St. Albans, to Juliana his wife and Thomas his son, of a messuage and garden in St. Albans opposite Halywell bridge. Witnesses:—William Nonny, bailiff of St. Albans, and others (named). Monday the feast of St. John ante Portam Latinam, 4 Richard II.|
|[Sussex.]||C. 2052. Grant by William Clement, of Grenestede, to William, son of Peter Aleyn, of land lying between the common pasture and the land of Richard de Eworthe called 'Deresworthe,' in the parish of Ifeud (Ifield), also a moiety of a meadow adjoining the meadow of the prioress of Ruespere (Ruspur). Witnesses:—Gilbert de Eworthe, Jordan de Langele, and others (named).|
|Oxford.||C. 2053. Release by Nicholas Fyssh, of Noke, husbandman, to John Ady, of Oxford, of all actions. 12 June, 8 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.|
|Somers. [Dorset.]||C. 2054. Bond by John Jolyf, alias Plummer, rector of Bynanger, to William Mountfort, merchant, of Brydeport, for 10l. to be paid at the Invention of the Holy Cross next. Thursday before the Assumption, 12 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Herts.]||C. 2055. Grant by Richard son of Randulph de Messewell, to Adam Basset, of Westrope, of land in the north field of Little Treng, part in a tillage called 'Westlong,' abutting on Heywey, and part in Estlong. Witnesses:—Sirs William de Bello Campo and John de Merston, and others (named).|
C. 2056. Release by Petronilla de Cyvetens, relict of Richard le Brut,
widow, to Richard le Brut, the younger, of all her right of dower in all the,
tenement of her late husband in Doninton, in exchange for land upon the hill
and land by Smohcacre, and 4s. of silver yearly when the land of Bruggecroft is sown. Friday after St. Vincent, A.D. 1264.
Endorsed: 'Donyngton apud Ledebur'.'
|[Middx.]||C. 2057. Indenture by which John Corp and Joan his wife acknowledge that Robert de Keleseye has satisfied the arrears of a yearly rent of 5 marks 10s. issuing out of the said Robert's shop in Westchepe, opposite St. Lawrence lane in the Jewry, London. Thursday the feast of St. Valentine, 5 Edward III. French.|
C. 2058. Bond from Richard Cates, William Taillour, Simon Wyther,
and John de Hykelyng, chandler, of Great Yarmouth, to Sir Edward de
Wyndesouere, king of England, for 40l. Tuesday after St. Bartholomew,
49 Edward III.
Endorsed as C. 2048.
|[N'hamp.]||C. 2059. Grant by Alexander son of Richard de Buketon, to the hospital of Holy Trinity without Northampton, and the brethren there, in frank almoin, of his mill of Buketon which is of the fee of William de Diva, of Haddon. Witnesses:—Walter, prior of St. Andrew's, Northampton, Warner, prior of the hospital of St. John's, Northampton, and others (named). [Henry III.]|
|[Heref.]||C. 2060. Grant by Thomas de Hopton, to William le Walsche, of 'la More,' in the parish of Bodenham, of all his lands and tenements in the parish of . . . [the name is left out in the original], which he purchased from his brother Richard. Wednesday after St. Gregory the pope. 31 Edward III.|
|[Derby ?]||C. 2061. Grant by Nicholas son of Hugh de Wermondisworth, to John, son of William son of Hauwis, of Breydiston, of land, a toft and croft; part of the land in 'le Borim,'part abutting on the road from Notingam, part abutting on Thorlirsike, and part upon Holewalhel. Witnesses:—Hugh le Tenerey, of Eyton, Elias de Riseley, and others (named).|
|Oxford.||C. 2062. Bond from John Pecche, of Henton in the parish of Chynnore, husbandman, to John Justicer, for 40l. 8 September, 15 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.|
|[Wilts.]||C. 2063. Indenture witnessing the purposes of a feoffment made by John de Brommore to Sir Roger de Cloune, clerk, John Dene, Walter Passelewe, vicar of Foorde, William Foleweye, vicar of Enford, Edward Stokke, and Richard Monek, of all his lands and tenements in Westchesyngbury, Estchesyngbury, Enford, and Littelcote within the parish of Enford; viz. that if Thomas Payn, Nicholas Wodelok, Thomas Berton, monk of the monastery of St. Swithin's, Winchester, and Robert Gerberd, pay 100 marks to the said feoffees by All Saints' day next, which they owe to the said John de Brommore for the marriage of Margaret his wife, then the said feoffees shall enfeoff the said Margaret of the premises, except lands &c. in Littelcote, for her life. The feoffees are to pay the said 100 marks to the executors of the said John do Brommore for his debts and for the marriage and support of Joan his daughter, and are to enfeoff the prior and convent of Brommore of lands in Littelcote to celebrate obits for the said John, &c. Monday the morrow of the Assumption, 35 Edward III.|
|[Staff.]||C. 2064. Grant by William, lord of Overton, to Moses de Waltham and Amice his wife, of part of his land called 'le Loverdesbruch' behind Farnhull, in the Meld called 'le Merefeld,' in Overton, adjoining a hedge called 'Farnhullesthard.' Witnesses:—Ralph, lord of Bissebury, William, lord of Wrottesle, and others (named).|
C. 2065. Grant by Richard Croppell, esquire, and Elizabeth his wife,
late the wife of Ralph Blakelawe, late of London, gentleman, to William
York, of London, gentleman, of lands, &c., late the said Ralph's, in the
parishes of Westmallyng, Ryhersshe, and Berlyng, for 213l. 6s. 8d., part
of which had been paid by the said William, and the residue was to be
paid at the Blackfriars by yearly payments of 20 marks. 27 November,
39 Henry VI. English. Paper.
Endorsed: Indenture between Richard Crophill, gentleman, and William York, the younger, citizen and vintner of London, witnessing that the abbess of Mailing and other persons (named) owed certain sums of money to the said Richard, which the said William had paid to him, and which the said Richard gives him permission to deduct from the next yearly payment of 20 marks above mentioned in case William cannot recover from the debtors, &c. 27 November, 39 Henry VI. English. Copies.
|[Essex.]||C. 2066. Defeasance of a feoffment made by John de Ocham, priest, and executor of the will of Thomas Meller, deceased, by virtue of the said will, to John Seman, of New Hithe, Colchester, and Sabina his wife, of a tenement called 'Swartehares' which the testator purchased from Margery, late the wife and executrix of John Aleyn, in the suburbs of Colchester at New Hithe; witnessing that if the said John and Sabina do not pay 10l. to the said John de Ocham by certain days named, the said feoffment is to be void. Witnesses:—William Reyne, John Clerk, bailiffs of Colchester, and others (named). 17 August, 48 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Essex.]||C. 2067. Demise by Roger Fitz Andreu, of Willynghale, to Hugh Malgraffe, of Horndone, for seven years, of all his lands, &c., in Witham called 'la Moote,' reserving one chamber to the said Roger at the upper part of the hall-within 'la Moote,' with free entry thereto, he not remaining beyond two days. Sunday after the nativity of the Virgin Mary, 44 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Sussex ?]||C. 2068. Receipt by William atte Water, chaplain, for 20 marks, received from Sir John de Burton, parson of the church of Craule, in part payment of a larger sum. 4 May, 9 Richard II. Fragment of seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||C. 2069. Demise by John Pygot, master of the hospital of Holy Trinity by Kyngesthorp, and the brethren of the same, to William Creton, of Esthaddon, and Agnes his wife, for their lives, of a cottage and garden in Esthaddon, which Geoffrey the chaplain of the same town formerly held. Sunday after St. Barnabas the apostle, 7 Henry IV.|
|Essex.||C. 2070. Release by Richard Lawney, of Elmedon, to Richard Fox, Richard Baynard, and Robert Darcy, esquires, Andrew Michell, Henry Stampe, and William Hord, clerk, of all his right in a messuage in Elmedon, adjoining the manor of Daggeworthes, and abutting on the highway leading from Elmedon to Crishale. Sunday after St. Nicholas the bishop, 9 Henry VI. Seal.|
|Kent.||C. 2071. Declaration by Thomas Derlyngton, citizen and weaver of London, as to the possession by Ralph Blaklowe, deceased, of lands and tenements in Westmallyng, Ryerssh and Birlyng, whereof William Chedworth, John Crouche and others were enfeoffed to the use of the said Ralph; witnessing that the said feoffees afterwards released the premises to the said Chedworth and Crouche who granted the same to the said Ralph and Isabella his wife and Alice their daughter, Thomas Byllyng, William Wangford, Thomas Burgoyn, the said Thomas Derlyngton, and Robert Langley, and that the said Ralph declared his will by mouth, namely, that Isabella his wife should have the premises for her life, with remainder to his daughter Alice in fee, &c. 23 May, 3 Edward IV. English.|
|[Bedf.] [Herts.]||C. 2072. Demise by John Banham and John Gosblod, both of Dunstaple, to Laurence Pycot, William Anable, John Skynner, James Sodlomb and William Albryght, of a toft in the west street of Dunstaple, extending southwards upon Ikenyldstret, also of land in Kennesworth by 'le Thefwey,' extending westwards upon 'le Flexwey.' 20 July, 12 Henry VI. Seal and portion of seal.|
|[Bucks.]||C. 2073. Defeasance of a feoffment made by John Stacy, of Wycombe, to Michael Justiler, of Henton, of a messuage, curtilage and land in the borough of Wycombe at 'le Creys'; witnessing that the said feoffment is to be void unless Michael pays certain sums to John by certain specified days. Witnesses:—William atte Dene, mayor of Wycombe, Richard Hurtte, William Depham, bailiffs, and others (named). Tuesday the morrow of the Purification, 40 Edward III.|
|[Dorset.]||C. 2074. Demise by Thomas Pokeswell, and Stephen Bavestoke. to John Stone, son of Isabella, wife of Richard Lupezate, of Tavent, in tail, of a tenement in the parish of St. James in the borough of Shafton: with remainder to William Stone, son of the said Isabella. 24 August, 18 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.|
|[Warw.]||C. 2075. Grant by John Regnald. of Elmedon, to Thomas le Hore, of the same, and John le Harpour, of Solihull, of a messuage and lands inherited from Richard Regnald, his father, in Elmedon. Monday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 41 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||C. 2076. Grant by John, son of William Hawe, of Solihull, to John le Cook, of the same, of a plot of land in the borough of Solihull. Wednesday after the Assumption, 42 Edward III.|
|[York.]||C. 2077. Release by John de Pul, son of Robert de Pul, to Thomas Belle, of all right &c. in land and meadows adjoining, in Cothewrth (Cudworth), lying in Norhtfeld and upon 'le Lougclay.' Witnesses:—John de Putco, of Grimesthorp, and others (named). Seal.|
|[Herts.]||C. 2078. Grant by Juliana, late the wife of William Spichfat, of St. Albans, widow, to Robert de Lymbury and Juliana his wife, for 40 marks, of a tenement in the street called 'Haliwellestrat,' St. Albans, adjoining the watercourse of Haliwelle. Witnesses:—William de Bolun, steward of the liberty of St. Albans, Geoffrey de Childewyke, bailiff of St. Albans, and others (named). Sunday before Christmas, 35 Edward I. Seal, imperfect.|
|[N'hamp.]||C. 2079. Demise by the master and brethren of the house of Holy Trinity without Northampton, to Bartholomew, son of William de Esthaddon, Margery his wife, and William their son, of a messuage in Esthaddon for their lives, paying 5s. yearly. Saturday the feast of St. Gregory the pope, 2 Edward III.|
|[York.]||C. 2080. Grant by Adam Steel, of Derton, to Walter de Halton, living in Kesseburgh, of all his lands, with meadow and wood, &c., in Derton and Mapelwelle, and in a place called 'le Hagh.' Witnesses:— Sir Henry de Soytehill, knight, and others (named). Wednesday after All Saints, A.D. 1316.|
|Oxford.||C. 2081. Receipt from the prior and convent of the house or priory of St. Frideswyde, Oxford, collectors of the tenth granted to the king, in the archdeaconry of Oxford, by the clergy in their last convocation, to the abbot of Norton, for 43s. 8d. received for the church of Pirtone. 10 November, 21 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.|
|[Norf.]||C. 2082. Defeasance of a grant by Sir Oliver Wyth, knight, to Geoffrey de Stalham, of Great Yarmouth, of all his share of the customs at his [landing] stage in Great Yarmouth for ever; witnessing that if Geoffrey be disturbed in the enjoyment of the said grant by Sir Oliver within twenty years, he shall enjoy the same for as much additional time as shall make up for such disturbance; otherwise the said grant shall be void at the end of the said twenty years, &c. Wednesday after St. Dunstan the bishop, 11 Edward III. French.|
|[Bedf.]||C. 2083. Release by Agnes Hayward, late the wife of William Hayward, of Stodham, widow, to John Aleyn, of Dunstaple, of all her right in land in the west field of Dunstaple, extending northwards upon Ikenyldstret, and which formerly belonged to William Britevyle, of Dunstaple, Agnes's father. 29 February, 10 Henry VI.|
|Wore. Glouc.||C. 2084. Grant by Reginald Myle, vicar of St. Andrew's, Pershore, to John Vampage the elder, and Elizabeth his wife, in tail, of the manor of Wyke by Pershore, with lands, &c. in Wyke, Pyndefen (Pinvin), Pedull and Pepulton, co. Worcester; and of his manors of, and lands in, Pebbeworth and Merston, co. Gloucester. 22 May, 28 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Bedf.]||C. 2085. Grant by William Neel, John Henton and William Brytvile, of Dunstaple, to Alice Brytvile sister of the said William, in tail, of that share of a tenement of the said William which the grantors had of the gift of William Brytvyle, father of William and Alice, who directed that they should enfeoff the said Alice of two houses under one roof, called 'Malt hous' and 'Ost hous,' and a house annexed called 'Wulhous,' at the west end of Dunstaple. Thursday in Easter week, 21 Richard II. Seal of arms, broken, and fragments of seal.|
|[Bedf.]||C. 2086. Grant by Agues Bretvyle, of Stodham, daughter of William Bretvyle, of Dunstaple, to Walter Saltere, of the same, of land in the west field of Dunstaple, extending northwards upon Ikenyldestrete. Thursday after St. Peter the apostle, 21 Richard II. Seal.|
|[Bucks.]||C. 2087. Grant by Robert Coynterel, of Newenton, son of William Coynterel, to the prior and monks of Snelleshale, in frank almoin, of land in the field of Salden. Witnesses:—William Jarpevile, Alexander Serp, and others (named).|
|[York.]||C. 2088. Sale by Adam Steel, of Derton, to Walter de Halton, living in Kesseburgh, of all his goods and chattels found on his lands and tenements in Derton and Mapelwelle, and 'le Hagh.' Witnesses:—Sir Henry de Soytehull, knight, and others (named). Wednesday after All Saints, A.D. 1316.|
|[Dorset.]||C. 2089. Grant by William Tracy, son of Walter Tracy, to William Binne, of Brideport, and Joan his wife, of a messuage and curtilage in the west street of Brideport, adjoining a tenement of Sir John de Cary. Witnesses:—Adam de Larkestok, Peter Prestes, bailiffs [of Bridport], and others (named). Thursday after the translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 5 Edward III. Seal.|
C. 2090. Bond by Robert Belle, Walter Robel, William Briselee, and
John Fairchyld of Great Yarmouth, to Sir Edward de Wyndesouer', king
of England, for 40l. Thursday after St. Bartholomew the apostle,
49 Edward III.
Endorsed as C. 2048.
|[York.]||C. 2091. Grant and release by William, son of the late William de Rodewode, to Adam son of John de Penigestone, of 2s. yearly rent which Adam used to pay for land which Richard de Knyctesbothom formerly held of William's father within the bounds of Thurleston. Witnesses:—Richard de Oxpring, and others (named).|
|Middx.||C. 2092. Demise by Sir Henry Wyatt, knight, to William Ledisham, skinner, of a messuage in the parish of St. Clementes Danes, without Temple Bar, for fifteen years from Michaelmas next, paying 40s. yearly. 20 February, 25 Henry VIII. English.|
|[Middx.]||C. 2093. Defeasance of a bond by William Cantelowe, citizen and mercer of London, to John Olney, citizen and mercer of the same, and Laurence Pycot of Dunstaple, co. Bedford, woolman, for 240l. to be paid at Easter next.; witnessing that the said bond is to be void if Cantelowe indemnifies them against Robert Home and Richard Malt, citizens and stockfishmongers of London, executors of the will of Richard Barry, citizen and stockfishmonger of the same, as to three bonds for 240l. in all, in which the said William, John and Laurence are bound to the said Robert and Richard Malt. 1 February, A.D. 1434, 13 Henry VI. Two seals.|
|[Dorset.]||C. 2094. Release by William Tracy, son of Walter Tracy, to William Binne and Joan his wife, of all his right in a messuage in the west street of Brideport. Wednesday after Midsummer day, 5 Edward III. Seal, imperfect.|
|[Dorset.]||C. 2095. Grant by Robert Alchyn and Joan his wife, to Stephen Davy, of Brideport, of a tenement in a lane called 'Stakelane,' Brideport, adjoining a tenement leading to Bradepoll, and a tenement lately belonging to John Saymour alias Hayward. Witnesses:—William Mountfort, Simon atte Forde, bailiffs of Brideport, and others (named). Wednesday, Michaelmas day, 7 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.|
|[Warw.]||C. 2096. Grant by Giles Arnecok, of Solihull, to William Hore, of Stonythorpe, co. Warwick, of 4s. 2d. yearly rent in the territory of Solihull, which formerly belonged to Richard atte Berches. Monday the feast of St. Alphege the martyr, 3 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.|
|[Dorset.]||C. 2097. Grant by John Fleccher, of Brydeport, to Humphrey Stafford, knight, William Mountfort, and John Palmer, of all his goods and chattels. Witnesses:—John Stampe and John Symond, bailiffs of Brydeport, and others (named). Thursday after St. Fabian and St. Sebastian, 9 Henry V.|
C. 2098. Grant by Roger, son and heir of John le Joevene, of
Staundon, to Master John de Redeswelle, of all his right in certain.
tenements in the parish of St. Mary Aldermariecherche, adjoining
Cordewanerstrete, which Simon de Northampton, citizen and cordwainer
(allutarius) of London, and Roysia his wife hold of the grant of John,
Roger's father, and of which the reversion belonged to the said Roger.
Witnesses:—Richard de Betayne, mayor of London, Richard de Rothingg
and Roger Chauntecler, sheriffs, John de Grantham, alderman of that
ward, and others (named). Tuesday the vigil of St. Mary Magdalen,
1 Edward III.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment in the Hustings of common pleas, Monday the feast of St. Margaret the Virgin, 1 Edward III.
|[ ]||C. 2099. Release by Alice Bowyer, to Richard Balle, of all actions. The Annunciation, 32 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.|
|[Norf.]||C. 2100. Grant by Laurota late the wife of Henry son of Hugh Lechamberlein, to Sir William de Senges, son of Richard de Senges, of four pieces of land in Mundham, part abutting on land called 'Suthcroft.' Witnesses:—Sir Alan de Mundham, Robert de Bungeye, and others (named). [Henry III.]|