A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1900.
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A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1900.
This free content was digitised by double rekeying. All rights reserved.
A. 5801. Bond by John Victory, Nery Ardyngell, Walter de Barde,
Gerard Dany, and all their companions, merchants of Florence, to the king,
for 8,333 gold crowns of French money, at the rate of two crowns to
an English noble, to be paid at Whitsuntide, A.D. 1418. Westminster,
1 May, 5 Henry V. Seal, and fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll, the month and year within written.
|[Oxford.]||A. 5802. Letters patent by John Abel, to Sarah, late the wife of Osbern son of Sir Osbern Gyffard, desiring her to attorn to Sir Robert de Harweden (Harrowden), for the lands and tenements in Dadyngton which she holds by right of dower, the reversion of which the said John, with all his tenements in Dadyngton, has granted to the said Sir Robert. 15 July, 2 Edward II. French.|
|[Oxford.]||A. 5803. Letter of attorney by John Abel, authorising Robert de Hegham, chaplain, to deliver to Sir Robert de Harewedon, clerk, seisin of lands and tenements &c. in Dadington. London, 15 July, 3 Edward [II]. Seal of arms.|
|[Bedf.]||A. 5804. Release by John de Stondon, son of Henry the shepherd (bercar[ii]), to Simon, the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, of all his right in land formerly held by Walter Chastel in Stondon, and in other land adjoining land upon Stratebrade in Stondon, and abutting on the green road leading to Alr[ichese ?]ye. Witnesses:—John de Chetyngdon, steward of Ramsey, John de Holcote, Robert de Houghton, serjeant (serviente) of Schutlyngton, and others (named). [circa A.D. 1330.] Portion of seal.|
|[Glouc.]||A. 5805. Bond by Walter le Brut of Pychenecumbe (Pitchcomb), to Sir William de Montekeniso, for 2s. yearly rent for the easements of the water course from Wyke to the said Walter's mill, between the said Sir William's land and Walter's land of Pychenecumbe. Witnesses:—Sir William de la More, Stephen de Eggeworthe, Roger de Aldewyk, Richard de la Strode (Stroud), and others (named). Seal.|
|[ ]||A. 5806. Grant by Thomas ate Heche, to Sir Fulk Payforer, of land lying between a lane belonging to Sir Fulk, and land of the grantor Witnesses:—Thomas de Champaine, Robert ate Newelond, and others (named). Portion of seal.|
|[Worc.]||A. 5807. Grant by William de Anneford, to Walter de Pyryton and Richard Rees, of the reversion of a rent from a messuage and land in Goldycote, together with the reversion of the said messuage and land. Pershore, Sunday after St. Matthias the apostle, 18 Edward III. Seal.|
|[ ]||A. 5808. Agreement between Sirs Reignold Braye and Thomas Lovell, knights, James Hobert, attorney general, Richard Emson and Thomas Lucas, on behalf of the king, and Sir Thomas Darcy, knight, and Dame Edithe, his wife, late the wife of Rauf, late Lord Nevyle, that the feoffment made by Rauf late earl of Westmorland, father of the said Rauf late lord Nevile, to the said Rauf, the son, and Edithe, then his wife, shall be found by inquisition &c. (The document is too much mutilated for the terms of the agreement to be understood.) 7 December, 15 Henry VII. English. Signed. Much injured. Three seals and portion of seal.|
|[ ]||A. 5809. Acquittance by Florencius Alcmaede, knight, to the king, for 25 marks received by the hands of Hugh Mortymer, treasurer of England, in part payment of an annuity of 100 marks granted to him by the king. 12 February, 3 Henry V. Seal of arms.|
|[ ]||A. 5810. Defeasance of a bond by Henry Owen, esquire, son and heir of Dame Mary Owen, one of the daughters and heirs of John Bohun, esquire, to Sir Robert Southwell, knight, for 1,000 marks, witnessing that if the said Henry shall permit all that is necessary to be done for the assurance of the persons seised of the manors and lands &c. specified in a pair of indentures dated 24 February, 4 Henry VIII, and made between the said Henry and Sir Robert, then the said bond shall be void. 2 March, 4 Henry VIII. English. Signed. Seal.|
|[ ]||A. 5811. Acquittance by Robert Brudenell, knight, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, for one cask of wine received from John Husye, knight, chief butler of England, by the hands of Roger Dele, his deputy for the port of London, in part payment of the yearly allowance of two casks granted to him, as chief justice, by the king. Michaelmas day, 17 Henry VIII. Signed. Seal.|
|[Essex.]||A. 5812. Grant by William Ame, to Robert de Frekeberg, and Joan his wife, of a yearly rent from a field called 'Gorfeld' in the parish of Dunton. Witnesses:—Hubert de Brunford, Bartholomew de Mocking, Sagall' de Waleton, and others (named). Seal.|
|Glouc.||A. 5813. Grant by Thomas Clerke of Thornbury, to Margaret, late the wife of John Adys late of Oldebury, and to Joan, their daughter, of all that tenement in Thornbury, which the grantor had of the gift of the said John, extending from the high road leading to the church, to a close called 'Packers.' Tuesday, the feast of the apostles Philip and James 31 Henry VI. Portion of seal.|
|[Middx.]||A. 5814. Bond by Philip Avenel, to Sir Adam de Stratton, clerk, for 100 marks, to be paid in Sir Adam's house in the parish of St. Sepulchre, London, at the feast of St. John the Baptist next coming. London, 6 April, 51 Henry III. Seal.|
|[Middx.]||A. 5815. Indenture between Thomas the prior, and the convent, of Holy Trinity, London, called Christchurch, and John Bramme, esquire, witnessing that whereas the said prior and convent, at the instance of the said John, have granted an annuity of 15l. to Dame Alys Hampton, cousin and heir of Sir William Hampton, late citizen and alderman of London, and to John Dynham, knight, lord Dynham, to be paid during the life of the said Alys, the said John Bamme grants that if the said prior and convent be hurt by reason of their non-payment of the said annuity, he will satisfy to them 'the verray valewe of all such hurtes,' with further grant that Edmund Bamme, his son, on coming of age, shall bind himself to the said prior and convent, to the same effect. 4 July, 1 Richard III. English. Seal.|
|[Wilts.]||A. 5816. Grant by John de Gardino, to Adam de Argoges, of a croft in Strattone. Witnesses:—Philip le Bret, Odo del Overtone, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.|
A. 5817. Bond by John Bamme of Gyllyngham, co. Kent, esquire, to
the prior and convent of the Holy Trinity, London, for 400l. 8 July,
1 Richard III. Seal.
Underwritten: Condition of the above bond, witnessing that if the said John shall observe the covenants specified in certain indentures between the said parties dated the fourth day of the said month, then the above bond shall be void.
|[I. of Wight ?]||
A. 5818. Mutilated fragment. The name of the abbot of Quarr
occurs. Sealed by Walter de Insula, Thomas de Aula, Walter de Hanoy,
and Robert le Gras. [Henry III.] Seal and portions of two seals,
Endorsed: '. . . Rob' de Vautort de la. . . . .'
|[Hunt.]||A. 5819. Demise by Edmund de Hotot in Woldweston, to John de Leyton for life, of a plot of land with a building upon it, and other land, in Woldweston, part lying at 'le madplot,' part at 'le yorn,' part on the tillage called 'Colncroft,' part at the end of 'le madslad' and part on 'le marehyl.' 11 Edward II. Seal.|
|[ ]||A. 5820. Grant by John de Worthinpole, to William de Worthinpole his brother, of a piece of a messuage extending upon the common field called 'le Heldefeld.' Witnesses:—Thomas de Worthinpole, and others (named). Seal.|
|[Glouc.]||A. 5821. Release by William Dan, son and heir of Drugo Dan, to Thomas Fort and Alice his wife, of all his right in all the lands and tenements &c. which they hold in the manor of Thornebury, formerly belonging to Gilbert Dan, William's grandfather. Wednesday after the Epiphany, 50 Edward III. Seal, broken.|
|[York.]||A. 5822. Release by Cicely, late the wife of John de Wyndehill, widow, to Sir John de Warrenne, earl of Surrey, of all her right in all the lands and tenements in Flanderwath which her said late husband sold to the said Sir John. Conyngburg', Saturday after St. Albin the bishop, A.D. 1289. Portion of seal.|
A. 5823. Grant by Jordan de Zoin, to William the chaplain, son of
Eustace, of land in Gatesberi which he holds of Isabella daughter of
Theobald, part in a field called 'Brahingefeld' in the tillage called 'Six
acres' which extends to Wlsismere and part under Kyngesho. Witnesses:
—John de Getesberi, John de Nortun, and others (named). Twelfth
Endorsed: 'Braccing', 'Jordanus de Zuin confirmat W. decano de Welcom' &c.
|[Herts.]||A. 5824. Grant by Isabella daughter of Theobald, to William the chaplain, son of Eustace, of the land in Gatesberi, described in A. 5823. Witnesses:—Jordan de Zoin, John de Gatesberi, and others (named). Twelfth century. Seal.|
|[Essex ?]||A. 5825. Grant by William de Havill son of Ralph de Havill, to Edric son of Wlfwin le Palmer, of all the land which Lefstan held of the grantor's fee in Berton, and all the field in which Robert de la Grange dwelt, also land lying 'a la Nordlane' and land lying by Edric's house; for which the grantee has given 12s. to the grantor, and 2s. to William his son and heir. Witnesses:—Eudo de Calne, Marcian de Stanweia, Alexander de Broch, and others (named). Twelfth century.|
|[Wilts.]||A. 5826. Release by Robert son of Hugh Druwes of Alecanyg, to Robert son of Sir Stephen Druwes, of all his right in lands and tenements in Eston and Midelton. Given in the full hundred of Kynewaston, held 3 February, 14 Edward II. Seal.|
|[Middx.]||A. 5827. Acquittance by Michael de Bereham, chancellor of Robert, archbishop of Canterbury, for 33l. 6s. 8d. received from the prior of the Holy Trinity, London, receiver of the procurations of the abbot [of Lagny] and Sir Sicard [de Vaur, canon of Narbonne], inquisitors sent by the Pope against the Templars, which sum was awarded to Michael for his trouble by W[alter], bishop of Exeter, and J[ohn], bishop of Bath and Wells, auditors of the account of the said prior. Lambeth, 15 kalends of January (18 December), A.D. 1312. Portion of seal.|
|[Salop.]||A. 5828. Grant by William de Lega and Isabella his wife, to Sir Brian de Bromptone, of all the land which Adam de Kingeshemede had in Methene, and which he bequeathed to the said Isabella, and Henry her brother. Witnesses:—Thomas de Bordeley, Roger de Foxcote, Richard de Pedworthin, Sir Richard, vicar of Kinlet, and others (named). [Edward I.] Seal.|
|[Essex ?]||A. 5829. Grant by William de Havilla son of William de Havilla, to Edric son of Wlfwin le Palmer, of land in Berton [described in A. 5825]. Witnesses:—Roger de Copeford, Eudo de Calna, Baldwin de Bolon[ia], and others (named). Twelfth century.|
|[Essex ?]||A. 5830. Release in frank almoin by Roger Edrich son of Simon Edrich, to the canons of Holy Cross, Waltham, of all his right in all the land and tenement in Berthon [described in A. 5825] which Edric son of Wlfwin le Palmer, grandfather of the said Roger held of the gift of William de Havile. Witnesses:—Odo de Smalberwe, Peter de Huntingfeld, Walter de Bolebeck, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.|
A. 5831. Grant in frank almoin by Richard son of Cathelina de
Walcote, to Sir William the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, of land
with the crop (cum vestura) in Walcote lying by the tillage called
'Duffuswong' extending from the high road to Stanford, to the messuage
of William de Craneford, for the purpose of digging a quarry there.
Witnesses:—Thomas son of Robert de Suthtorp, Master Simon Cambray,
rector of the church of Bernac (Barnack), and others (named). Seal,
Endorsed: 'Carta de quarera de Bernak.'
|[ ]||A. 5832. Grant by John the chaplain, parson of the church of Kenerw, to Leticia his grand-daughter, in free marriage, of the messuage and lands which he bought from John de Graffenton. Witnesses:— William Ratlan, Adam Elis, and others (named). Portion of seal.|
|[Montg.]||A. 5833. Defeasance of a bond by Edward ap Howell, William Bowden of London, goldsmith, Masters Thomas Savage, and William Barker, clerks, to John, lord Dynham, knight, treasurer of England, for 200l., witnessing that if the said Edward shall yearly render a due account of the office of receiver of the lordships of Mountgomery, Kery and Kedewen, granted to him by the king, and pay 100 marks &c. yearly to the king, then the said bond shall be void. 15 February, 2 Henry VII. English. Seal.|
A. 5834. Bond by John Haggarston of Berwyk on Twede, merchant,
Constance Bekk of the same, widow, William Baily of London, fishmonger,
and Robert Doxford of the same, stockfishmonger, to Thomas Darcy,
knight, lord Darcy, and George Darcy, knight, for 100 marks. 1 March,
25 Henry VIII. Signed. Four seals.
Underwritten: Condition of the above bond, witnessing that if the said John and Constance shall perform the covenants contained in a pair of indentures of even date made between them and the said lord Darcy and Sir George, then the above bond shall be void. English.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
|[Hunt.]||A. 5835. Grant in frank almoin by John son of Henry le Franceys of Aylington (Ellington), to Sir William the abbot, and the convent of Rameseye, of a yearly rent from a messuage and land in Aylington. Witnesses:—John de Aylinton, William de Bernewell, and others (named). Seal, injured.|
|Bucks. Norf. Berks.||
A. 5836. Grant by John de Cobham, son of Mary, late countess
Marshal, to the king, of the manors of Wedonhull, Padenore, Chelwoldesbury, Haukesherdes, Holt, Wedon in the Vale, Drayton Beauchaump,
Masseworth, Saunderston, Helpesthrop, Rolvesham, co. Bucks, Colston,
co. Norfolk, and Ardyngton, co. Berks, with the knights fees, the
advowson of the church of Drayton Beauchaump, and other advowsons of
churches and chapels belonging to the said manors. Westminster, 3 June,
A.D. 1363, 37 Edward III. Seal of arms.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll.
|Bucks Norf. Berks||A. 5837. Letter of attorney by John de Cobham, son of Mary, late countess Marshal, authorising Alan Toucestre to deliver seisin to the king of the manors specified in A. 5836. Langele, 6 June, 37 Edward III. Fragments of seal.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 5838. Grant in frank almoin by Henry son of Roger the miller (molendinarii) of Aylington (Ellington), to Sir William the abbot, and the convent of Rameseye, of land in Aylington in the field called 'Norhtfeld,' and in Micheleholm in a place called 'Damhalfaker.' Witnesses:—John son of John de Aylington, Robert de Hale, clerk, and others (named). Fragment of seal, defaced.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 5839. Grant in frank almoin by Henry son of Roger the miller of Aylington, to Sir William the abbot, and the convent of Rameseye, of 2d. yearly rent from land in Aylinton. Witnesses:—Almost the same as in A. 5838. Seal.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 5840. Grant in frank almoin by the same to the same, of 6d. yearly rent from land in Aylington, and from a plot of the grantor's orchard there, of which land and plot the present grantees have been enfeoffed by Henry Godswein, who held them of the grantor. Witnesses: —John de Aylington, Walter Produme, and others (named). Seal.|
A. 5841. Grant by Henry son of Roger the miller, to Henry de
Hale, of a plot of the grantor's orchard in Aylington (Ellington), and other
land there, part abutting on Calmerz, and part in Middelfeld, abutting on
Clackesmor. Witnesses:—John de Aylington son of Philip, Richard de
Alcmundebiri (Alconbury), and others (named).
Endorsed: 'Carta H. Godesueyn.'
|[Hunt.]||A. 5842. Grant by William Hottot, son and heir of Edmund Hottot, of Woldweston, to Sir John West of the same, chaplain, of all his lands, tenements, and rents in Woldweston, Sunday after All Saints, 16 Edward II. Seal.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 5843. Grant in tail by John West of Woldweston, chaplain, to William Hottot son and heir of Edmund Hottot of the same, and to Agnes his wife, of all the lands, tenements, and rents [in Woldweston] which the grantor had of the gift of the said William; with remainder to William's right heirs. Sunday after the octave of St. Martin, 16 Edward II. Portion of seal.|
A. 5844. Release by James Wading of Caleis, brewer, and Thomasina
his wife, to William Powlett, knight, controller of the king's household,
Master Thomas Cromwell, master and treasurer of the jewels, Henry
Norice and Thomas Henedge, gentlemen of the privy chamber, and
Robert Fouller, esquire, vice-treasurer of the town and marches of Caleis,
for the use of the king, of all their right in certain tenements, gardens, and
rents &c. in Caleis in the parish of St. Nicholas in the street called
'Castelstrete,' adjoining the streets called 'Pennystrete' alias 'Old Haven'
and 'Showlane.' Sealed with the seal of the mayoralty of Caleis, Thomas
Tate being mayor. 8 December, 24 Henry VIII. Two seals, one of the
mayoralty of Calais with counterseal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment 'in registro novo glauco cartarum magne aule ville Caleis,' &c.
|Calais.||A. 5845. Demise by Thomas Marshall, merchant of the staple, to John Baker, burgess and master mason of Calais for forty years, of 'certeyn ruynouse tenementes, voide groundes, gardeyns and quyt rentes' in Calais, in the parish of St. Nicholas, in Castell street, on the south side 'of the Tilte ther'; the above demise to be renewed at the end of each forty years on due payment of the rent &c. Sealed with the seal of the mayoralty of Calais, Richard Chaufre being mayor. 16 August, 3 Henry VIII., A.D. 1511. English. Signed. Seal of Calais with counterseal, and portions of seal.|
A. 5846. Letter of attorney by Thomas Alyn of Bettloo, authorising
William Alyn, his son, to deliver to Robert Alyne, his younger son, seisin
of land in Tyscoytt. 25 November, 15 Henry VIII. Seal.
Underwritten: Names of witnesses.
|[Wilts.]||A. 5847. Grant by John de Gardino, to Adam de Argojes, of 6d. yearly rent from a messuage in Stratton. Witnesses:—Philip le Bret, William de Stapelford, and others (named). Seal.|
|Dorset. Wales. N'hamp. Warw.||A. 5848. Defeasance of a bond by Sir Robert de Caynes, knight, to Sir Hugh le Despenser, for 3,000 marks, witnessing that if the said Sir Robert shall enfeoff the said Sir Hugh, before the quinzaine of Hilary next, of the manor of Tarente Caynes, co. Dorset, and of two parts of the manor of Newentone in Wales, and shall secure to the said Sir Hugh the reversion of the manors which Sir Robert's mother, the lady Hawisis de Caynes, holds in dower, viz. Dodeford, co. Northampton, Okshulle, co. Warwick, Coumbe Caynes, co. Dorset, and the third part of Newentone aforesaid, then the said bond shall be void; the said manors to remain to the said Sir Robert for his life. Fasterne, Wednesday after the nativity of the Virgin, 30 Edward [I]. French. Seal of arms.|
A. 5849. Bond by Thomas Hall and John Kinge, citizens and
carpenters of London, to Thomas Crumwell, master or treasurer of the
king's jewels, for 200 marks. 11 June, 24 Henry VIII. Signed. Seal,
and portion of seal.
Endorsed: Condition of the above bond witnessing that if the eaid Hall and Kinge shall perform the covenants of certain indentures of even date, made between them and the said Crumwell, for the king's use, then the above bond shall be void. English.
|[Hunt.]||A. 5850. Release by Beatrice, late the wife of Richard Bretoun of Castre, to William de Bartone, of all her right of dower or otherwise in lands &c. in Wodeherst, which the said William had of the gift of her said late husband. Ramseie, the eve of St. Barnabas, 10 Edward III.|
|[ ]||A. 5851. Grant by Hugh Revel, to Sir Philip Basset, of John Suelling of Watestried with all his land and issue &c. Witnesses:—Roger de Leicester, Roger de Langeston, Hugh de Dodingesel[es], and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.|
|[Wilts.]||A. 5852. Grant by Thomas de Harehulle, chaplain, to Adam de Argoies, of a messuage and croft in Stratton, with release of all his right in the same. Witnesses:—John de Argoies, William de Stapelford, Odo de Uverton, and others (named). Seal.|
|[Middx.]||A. 5853. Demise by Geoffrey, alderman of the ward of Langebord, to Richard de Saytis, of his land of Limstrate which the grantor holds of Walter the priest. Witnesses:—William de Suthfulco, Robert de Mucegros, and others (named). Twelfth century.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 5854. Demise by Edmund Hotot of Woldweston, to Adam Robat, of land in Woldweston, part lying in 'le Blakelond,' part in 'le Benelond,' part at 'le Madplot,' and part at Aylmereowlkested. Monday after Trinity, 13 Edward II. Portion of seal.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 5855. Demise by Cicely, relict of Robert Gernoun of Wodehirst, for her life, to John Kyng and Simon his brother, of a house with a curtilage which she holds as dower in the said town. Sunday after St. Peter ad Vincula. 15 Edward II. Seal.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 5856. Grant by Roger Noreis of Wodherst, to William de Barton, perpetual vicar of St. Ives, of a yearly rent from a messuage in Wodherst, adjoining the tillage called 'Estfeld,' together with the reversion of the said messuage after the death of the present tenants. Sunday after St. Faith the virgin, 16 Edward II.|
A. 5857. Demise by Peter Charteris, to John de Hereye, of four
crops from three acres in the meadow of St. Ives adjoining land of
the rector of Culleworye. Huntyngdon, Saturday after St. Barnabas,
21 Edward III.
Underwritten: Portion of an account apparently.
Endorsed: List of names of persons.
|[Hunt.]||A. 5858. [Grant] by Richard Bretun of Castre, to Matilda [late the wife ?] of William Par . . of Huntingdon, for her life, of 4s. yearly rent, for the third part of a messuage in Ramseie and of a messuage in Wodehirst, and of certain land, which third parts came to the grantee as dower. Monday the feast of St. Margaret the virgin, 15 Edward [II]. Much mutilated. Seal, and fragment of seal.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 5859. Release by John son of Roger de Chartres, to Peter de Chartres his brother, of lands and tenements in Wodehirst, which the said Roger and Christina his wife, and the said John, had jointly purchased. Monday after St. James, 15 Edward III. French. Seal.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 5860. Letter from Roger de Reskemmer, knight, to John de Tredaek and Walter de Merthermeylar, requesting them to place Richard son of William de Reskemmer and Clarice, daughter of John de Lanbroun, in full seisin of all Roger's messuages, lands, and tenements, which he has granted to them in Tredowargh, with the rent and service of Richard Cereseaus and Margaret his wife in Grogoed, as also of the reversion of those which William, James and John de Reskemmer respectively hold of Roger for life, in Rosturvil, and of the reversion of the messuage and a third part of all the land of Tregudin, which Odo de . . . ael and Matilda his wife hold of Roger for life, and of all the land of Prestan. Penryn, Tuesday after the Epiphany, 5 Edward III.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 5861. Grant by Ralph Gernoun of Wodehirst, to John le Kyng of the same, and Simon his brother, for their lives, of a messuage in Wodehirst, with the reversion of a grange &c. which Cicely, the grantor's mother, holds in dower in the same, and a parcel of land called 'le Bingestede.' Sunday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 15 Edward II. Signed. Seal.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 5862. Grant by Roger Noreis of Wodherst, to William de Barton, perpetual vicar of St. Ives, of 8s. 6d. yearly rent from a messuage in Wodherst with the reversion of the messuage after the death of the present tenants. Monday the eve of St. Andrew the apostle, 16 Edward II.|
|[Kent.]||A. 5863. Grant by John Vyel of Sutton-atte-Hone, to William Halden, John de Cantebrigg, clerk, John Baude, clerk, Geoffrey, parson of St. Margaret's church in Frydaystret, London, and Richard de Wilne, clerk, of land in the parish of Sutlon aforesaid, part lying in the field called 'Clementeslond,' and part in the field called 'Gorstonefeld,' and of two acres of wood called 'Humfrayescroft' in the said parish. Monday after the Epiphany, 47 Edward III.|
|[Camb ?]||A. 5864. Demise by Emma late the wife of Hugh Baudewin of Swafam, to Thomas de Hirst and Agnes his wife, for six years, of all her land with houses &c. in Hirst. Witnesses:—Richard de Grandal, Bennet, monk of Rameseie, and others (named). 50 Henry III.|
|[Rutl ?]||A. 5865. Grant by Beatrice de Estone, relict of Robert de Estone, widow, to Sarah her daughter, of all her land in Edekestone and Challecote with the capital messuage of Edekestone, reserving the homage and service of Stephen de Rumesye and his heirs. Witnesses:—Sir Stephen de Aystone, William de Knapelok, John de Putehulle, and others (named).|
|[Suff.]||A. 5866. Grant by Adam son of William de Cleydune, to John son of Alan Justuse, of a garden in Thurlestune called 'Netherlauhttun,' abutting on the road from Krakeford to Vesterfeud (Westerfield). Witnesses:—Baldewyn de Pesenhale, Robert de Cleydune, and others (named). November, 50 Henry III.|
|[Bedf.]||A. 5867. Grant by Thomas de Cernes, to Thomas Esperun, of his mills of Tameseford (Tempsford). Witnesses:—Sirs Nicholas son of Roger, Gilbert son of Thomas, Henry le Peytevin, knights, Huward, parson of Tameseford, Geoffrey, vicar of Everton, and others (named).|
|[Essex ?]||A. 5868. Grant by Walter Tyrel, to Richard de Gurnai, of certain demesne land in his field called 'Elddefed' viz. the turbary called 'Brockissoc.' Witnesses:—William de Badua, John de Bedenested, Thomas Parage, Roger de Haningefeld, and others (named). Twelfth century.|
|[Berks.] [Wilts.]||A. 5869. Bond by John the abbot, and the convent, of Stanlegh, to Richard de Penbrugge, knight, for 1,000 marks, to be paid in St. Paul's church, London, at Easter next. Wadelegh, Monday before the conversion of St. Paul, 36 Edward III. French.|
|[Essex ?]||A. 5870. Release by Bartholomew de Ernescumbe, to his lord, Warin de Montechen[iso], of all his share in Denesgrave. Witnesses:— Sir [Jo]hn de Sancto Claro, Ralph de Chaluns, Ralph de Basing', and others (named).|
|[Essex.]||A. 5871. Certificate by Robert le Hwite, clerk, of Little Burstede, that he has attorned all his tenants (named) of Little Burstede to pay to Robert de Frekeberwe and Joan his wife, in accordance with his grant to them, all the rent which the ancestors of the said tenants used to pay to the said Robert le Hwite. Dontone, Wednesday after the Purification. 23 Edward I.|
|[Berks.]||A. 5872. Release by Agnes, late the wife of Roger le Stalkere, widow, to Sir Fulk Basset, bishop of London, of all her right of dower in the fee which the said Roger held at Spenhamelande. Witnesses:—Sir Gilbert de Hanstede, Everard de Wanetinge, and others (named).|
A. 5873. Grant by John de Kersebroc, to Richard [Tewynge], of
11d. yearly rent. Witnesses:—G. de Humbelby, and others (named).
Endorsed: 'Carta Johannis Kersebrok facta Ricardo Tewynge.'
|[Hunt.]||A. 5874. Grant by Matilda, late the wife of John Bruys of Wodehirst, to Peter de Chartreys, for the grantor's life, of a messuage and land in Wodehirst called 'Abovetoun Regges.' Thursday next St. Vincent, 16 Edward III.|
|[I. of Wight.]||A. 5875. Grant in frank almoin by Roger Mobrai, to the monks of Quarr, of land in Brerding (Brading), part in the meadow of Amchestune, part on Brerding hill, and two half acres, one called 'Wlfehalfe' and the other 'le Smalehalfe,' part in the red land (rubea terra), and part in 'le Wodelaunde,' with further grant of the messuage which Robert Dure lately held with common of all the pasture of Robert son of Ralph. Witnesses:—Thomas de Aula, Walter de Insula, William de Moreville, Philip de Glamorgan, and others (named).|
|[Wilts.]||A. 5876. Grant by William Hamelin, to Sir Hugh le Despenser, of land in Paulesholt, in a meadow called 'Somerham,' and of the reversion of land held in dower by Juliana, late the wife of Geoffrey Hamelin, and by Margaret, mother of the grantor. Witnesses:—Sirs Walter de Paveli, John de Holt, William de Cotes, and Simon de Torney, knights, and others (named).|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 5877. Grant by John son of Richard de la Wodehall of Burcot, to Sir William de Monte Caniso, of 3s. yearly rent from a tenement in Burcot, with three 'dayworks' in autumn, due for the said tenement, by one man in reaping, of which one day shall be 'dies precarie ad cibum domini unius repasti.' Witnesses:—Richard de la Wodehall, John Joseph of Thouecestr', and others (named).|
|[ ]||A. 5878. Grant by Walter de Brock, to Henry Buquinte, of a moiety of all his land of Brock, which Robert de Brock, his father, held, and the service of the land which belonged to William de Brock, also the land of Robert son of Speleman, and of Hugh son of Spileman, and a moiety of the land formerly held by the said Robert de Brock in Estcote; with further grant of a moiety of all the lands which may come to the grantor from the lands of his father and from those of Elias de Wynberville, his uncle, and from the land of Matilda, his mother's sister viz. of 'la rudinge' &c. Witnesses:—Waleran the Almain (Teutonico), Thomas de Flawend', and others (named).|
|[Middx ?]||A. 5879. Release by Henry Bocoint, to Lucy Garland, of all his right in the land given by William de Reimes to Walter son of Hervey de Bointon. Witnesses:—Roger de Ladune, Matthew, bailiff of Hendon, and others (named).|
|Somers.||A. 5880. Release by Cristina Makejoie, relict of Robert Cumin widow, to Robert son and heir of her late husband, of all her right of dower in land in Chillecote. Witnesses:—Henry and Robert de Chillecote Gervase de Ashulle, and others (named).|
|[Camb.]||A. 5881. Grant by Geoffrey Courteys of Thouleslond (Toseland), co. Hunt., to Geoffrey the marshal (marischall') of Gyllyng (Yelling), co. Hunt., of land in Gravele on 'le Swynyscote furlong,' extending from Swyniscote Haveden to the headland of 'le middylfurlong.' Sunday after Michaelmas, 21 Edward [I].|
|[Bucks.]||A. 5882. Demise by Master William Faryngton, rector of the church of Bekenesfeld, and Thomas Haylys of the same, to John Holweye the younger, of the same, and Alice his wife, of two crofts called 'Rydynges,' which, with other lands and tenements &c. the grantors, together with one John Watlee of Braynford, deceased lately had of the gift of William Holweye of Bekenesfeld, in the parishes of Bekenesfeld and Burnham, reserving to the grantors a certain pond in the said crofts; remainder to the right heirs of the said William Holweye. 4 January, 9 Henry IV.|
|Glouc. Worc. Warw.||A. 5883. Letter of attorney by Thomas de Bisshopston, son and heir of Roger de Bisshopesdon, authorising John Sire to deliver seisin to Richard de Kyngton, parson of the church of Sheldon, and Richard Botiller, chaplain, of the reversion of the manor of Larkestoke, co. Gloucester, and of the manor of Bisshewode, and of all the lands &c. in Bisshewode, Lapwurth, and Rowynton, lately held by Mauld de Cantslowe, and of all the lands &c. in Pipwell, Waresley, Hull, More by Fladbury, co. Worcester, and in Lynden, co. Warwick, now held by Beatrice de Bisshopesdon, for her life. Sunday before St. Margaret, 48 Edward III. French.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 5884. Grant by Richard de Molword of Wold Hyrst, to Ivo son of Thomas de Wold Hyrst and Cicely his wife, of land in Wold Hyrst, part by the road called 'Houtton Mar'' extending from Hyrstinge to Houtton, and part in the furlong (quarentena) called 'Barliforlong.' Sunday after the translation of St. Valerian the martyr, 34 Edward I.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 5885. Grant in frank almoin by John Fraunceys of Aylington, to Sir William, the abbot, and the convent, of Ramsey, of land in Aylington, part upon 'le Fordeweye' and part upon Me Milneweye.' Witnesses:— Walter Prodhom, William de Bernewell, and others (named).|
|[Middx.]||A. 5886. Defeasance of a bond of even date by Sir William Say, knight, to William Spynke, citizen and grocer of London, for 300l. witnessing that if the said Sir William shall discharge certain other bonds by which he and the said Spynke are bound to one Thomas Twyseaday, esquire, then the above-mentioned bond shall be void. 24 January, 9 Henry VII.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 5887. Grant in frank almoin by Henry called Godsweyn of Ayllingtone, to Sir William the abbot, and the convent, of Ramsey, of land which he bought from Henry son of Roger le Molner of Aylingtone. Witnesses:—John de Aylingtone, Walter Prodome of the same, and others (named).|
|[York.]||A. 5888. Grant by John Lungesspeye of Brunton, to Amice his daughter, in marriage, of all the land which he bought from the heirs of Ralph son of Siwyn, with a toft and croft in Brunton, viz. part upon Dunhou, part extending towards Cemesker, part upon Kerlingdale, part upon Stainhowes, part lying between 'le siket' and the land of John son of Simon de Kilvington towards Alverton, and half of his meadow towards Solem upon Wisc. Witnesses:—Esperver de Well, bailiff of Alverton, Sirs John de Romundebi (Romanby) and Roger de Burton, William de Cuton (Cowton), and others (named).|
A. 5889. Release by Robert Triket, to the canons of Holy Trinity,
London, of all his right in land in Berkedene, lately held by Stephen his
brother, in return for which the canons grant to him a corrody for a servant
for life, viz. a loaf, a dish of pottage (de pulmento), one of meat or fish, and
two gallons of ale, daily, with 3s. a year for clothes. Witnesses:—Thomas
de Husseburnia, Simon de Pateshullia, Richard de Herieth, Oger son of
Oger. [8 Richard I.]
Endorsed: 'Et est inrotulatum 'in rotulo Reg.' Anno Regis Ricardi viiio.'
|[ ]||A. 5890. Grant by Robert called 'le Bodere,' to Sir William de Monte Canizo son of Sir Warin, of a yearly rent which Roger Buckescin paid for land in the field called 'Homesfeld.' Witnesses:—Henry de Helham, William de Nobrizt, Robert de Pole, William atte Nesse, William Bernard.|
|]||A. 5891. Grant by Simon de Corningge, to Sir William de Valence, of land between the land of the said Sir William of 'la Morhalle' and the ditch called 'Boydich,' with further grant of all his right therein. August, A.D. 1257. Witnesses:—Sirs Henry Deveringe, Walran de Ciritone, and Thomas de Corninge, William Coc of Hammingeherste, and others (named).|
|[Middx.]||A. 5892. Grant in frank almoin by Ralph le Mareschal, to the prior and canons of Holy Trinity, London, of a yearly quit rent paid to him by John de Sancta Ositha, carpenter, for land and houses &c. of the fee of the said canons, in the parish of St. Botolph without Alegate, London, together with 3s. yearly due to the grantees. Witnesses:—Edmund Trentemars, Stephen de Hundesdich, and others (named).|
|[ ]||A. 5893. Grant by . . . . . . Monstede, to . . . . . . Witnesses: —William le Franceys, Matthew de Bovyle, and others (named). Mutilated fragment.|
|[Suff.]||A. 5894. Grant in frank almoin by Alan de Bellofago, dean of Samford, to the nuns of St. Mary, Wikes, of the yearly rent which Alan the porter (portarius) of the Holy Trinity, Ipswich, owes for land which he holds of the grantor in the borough of Ipswich, except one penny which the grantor reserves to himself for his life, to maintain his liberty in the said borough, after which it is to remain to the grantees with all the grantor's liberty. Witnesses:—William the chaplain of Bercholt, Albin, Ralph and Tobias of Chatesh[am], chaplains, and others (named).|
|[Leic.]||A. 5895. Release by Richard le Swein of Swithelund, to Margaret de Ferr[ariis], countess of Derby, Ellen la Zuche, Alexander Comyn, earl of Bouchan, and Elizabeth his wife, the heirs of Roger de Quency, late earl of Winchester, of all his right in land in Schepeheved (Sheepshead) formerly held by Elias Swein, his brother, and in a toft and croft and other land there, and in land in Bradegate which was the said Elias's. Witnesses:—Sirs Saer de Harecurt, Peter son of Roger, Nicholas de Vallibus, knights, and others (named). [A.D. 1264–1289.]|
|[Hunt.]||A. 5896. Acquittance by John, abbot of Ramsey, for 20s. received from William Shelley, esquire, out of his manor of Offord Dacy. 11 February, 19 Henry VIII.|
|[Kent.]||A. 5897. Release by Celestria, daughter of Nicholas atte Court, widow, to William Sompter, of all her right in a daywork (daywerca) of land with a house thereon, in Newenton adjoining the street leading to Halgresto (Halstow). Thursday after St. Lucy the Virgin, 7 Edward III.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 5898. Grant by Ralph de Aylinton, clerk, son of the late Geoffrey the chaplain, to Hugh the abbot, and the convent, of Ramsey, of a messuage in Aylinton (Ellington) by the plot called 'Mulne pythtel.' Witnesses:—Master Gilbert, steward of Ramsey, Richard Prudume and others (named).|
|[Wilts.]||A. 5899. Grant in frank almoin by Everard de Arguges, to the canons of Bradenestok, of rent from the land held of the grantor by John son of Ernald. Witnesses:—Peter de Sancto Martino, Robert de Colungeburn, Henry the clerk of Hundeslewe, and others (named).|
A. 5900. Bond by William Walker, citizen and carpenter of
London, to Thomas Crumwell, master or treasurer of the king's jewels,
for 200l. 11 June, 24 Henry VIII. Signed.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond witnessing that if the said William shall perform the covenants contained in certain indentures of even date, then the above bond shall be void. English.