Deeds: B.4201 - B.4232

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A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1900.

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B.4201 - B.4232

[Durham.] B. 4201. Grant by Joan the prioress, and the nuns, of St. Bartholomew's, Newcastle-on-Tyne, to Perceval Lambton, of a burgage or waste in Hertilpoll, in the street called 'Southegate' by the cross there; with letter of attorney authorising Robert Watson to deliver seisin. 26 September, 16 Henry VII. Fragments of seal.
[Devon.] B. 4202. Release by Richard son of Beatrice daughter of Folcard de Hartic[um]b, to the monks of Mont St. Michel [Normandy], of all his right in land in the manor of Hartic[um]be, which the said Beatrice formerly claimed against the said monks; in return for which Sir Henry, the prior of Otterton, has given 3s. to Richard. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de la Pomeri, William the Fleming (Flandrensi), Ralph de Monte Sorello, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: 'Ric[ardus] fil[ius] Beatricis de Harticumbe.'
[Herts.] B. 4203. Release by John son and heir of Richard Greneman of Bishops Hatfeld, to Richard Stoket of Wethamstede, of all his right in a messuage which the said Stoket has acquired from John Satte of Tewing and Katherine bis wife, and which the said Katherine holds for life by virtue of a grant to her and the said Richard Greneman, her late husband, the reversion of which belongs to the releasor. Sunday after St. Katherine the virgin, 24 Edward III. Portion of seal.
[York.] B. 4204. Grant by Nicholas son of Sir Miles de Stapilton, to William de Hathelsay, of land in West Hathelsay, which Simon le Despenser of Birkyn formerly held. Tuesday the feast of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary, A.D. 1327, 1 Edward III. Seal.
[Worc.] B. 4205. Acknowledgment by William Wisman of Hanleg' that he owes 2s. yearly to the abbot and convent of Bordesley, for a messuage opposite the church door in Hanleg'; for the increase of the old rent the said abbot and convent have given him 5s. in his necessity. Witnesses:— Roger de Whiteford, and others (named). [Henry III.] Injured. Seal.
[Surrey.] B. 4206. Grant by Walter ate Wode of Haverychesham (Hersham), to Robert ate Brech the younger, of the same, of land in the same, lying in the field called 'Sutheworth.' Saturday before the Purification, 10 Edward III. Portion of seal.
[Herts.] B. 4207. Grant in tail by Roger de Louthe of Hatfeld and Margaret his wife, to John Serjaunt and Matilda his wife of the same, of a croft and curtilage in Hatfeld called 'Mannynggescroft,' extending upon Hatfeldewode, with remainder to the right heirs of the said Roger, Bishops Hatfeld, Sunday after St. James the apostle, 40 Edward III. Seal and fragment of seal.
[Surrey.] B. 4208. Grant by Gilbert Hardegrip, to Henry Bret, of land in Haverychesham (Hersham), part lying in the field called 'Bereworthe' and part in the field called 'le Bery.' Tuesday after the Annunciation, 48 Edward III. Seal.
[Essex.] B. 4209. Grant by Agnes Dod, late the wife of Walter Dod of Haveryng atte Boure, widow, to Robert Cornyssh and Cristina his wife, of the same, of a tenement in the said town in the hamlet called 'Herstrate,' abutting on the high road from Brendewode to London. Feast of the apostles Simon and Jude, 11 Henry VI. Seal.
[Surrey.] B. 4210. Grant by John Towe, the elder, of Sonnebury, and Alice his wife, to Thomas Wynchestre, of a cottage with a cartilage in Haverechisham (Hersham). 28 November, 14 Henry IV.
Chesh. B. 4211. Letter of attorney by Edmund Domere, knight, and John de Camell', authorising John de Salghale and David de Eulowe to deliver seisin to Sir William de Monte Acuto, earl of Salisbury, and Elizabeth his wife, of the castle and manor of Hawardyn, and of the stewardship of Chester and the manors of Boslee and Neston, with the knight's fees belonging thereto, according to their grant to the said earl and his wife. London, 10 February, 37 Edward III. Two seals of arms.
Essex. B. 4212. Grant by Margaret Hadstoke of Southwolde, widow, to John Stace and William Wryght of Haveryng atte Boure, of land with houses built thereon in Haveryng aforesaid, abutting on the high road from Brendewode to London. 16 July, 7 Henry VI. Seal.
Herts. B. 4213. Grant by John, son and heir of Sir Roger de Louthe, knight, of the county of Herts, to Sir Nicholas de Louthe, clerk, canon of Salisbury, and Robert de Louthe, esquire (scutifero), his brother, uncles of the grantor, of his manor in the parish of Bishops Hatfeld called 'le Hermebemgate,' with the manor of Blountes in the same parish, together with lands and rents &c. and the advowson of the chantry founded in the chapel within the parish church of Hatfeld, and with all other appurtenances as well in Esynden as in Hatfeld aforesaid; also further grant of all the lands and tenements &c. belonging to the grantor after the death of dame Amice de Louthe, his mother, in Enefeld and Hatfeld at 'le Neugate.' Sunday, Midsummer eve, 44 Edward III. Portion of seal.
[Herts.] B. 4214. Letter of attorney by the above-named John, authorising Sir John Pechel, chaplain, William de Louthe, John Norreis, and John Madbrok, to deliver seisin to the above-named grantees, of the said Johns manors in the parish of Bishops Hatfeld at 'le Hermebemgate' and Blountes, with all their appurtenances in Esynden. London, Wednesday before Midsummer day, 44 Edward III. Seal.
[Herts.] B. 4215. Grant by John de Lowthe, son and heir of Sir Roger de Lowthe, knight, to Roger Modysprot of Bishops Hatfeld, and Alice his wife, of all the lands and tenements which the said Roger holds of the grantor in Bishops Hatfeld and Esenden. Trinity Sunday, 46 Edward III.
[Surrey.] B. 4216. Grant by Gilbert Hardegryp of Haverichesham, to Robert son of Robert atte Breche of the same, of a garden called 'Hochawe' in Haverichesham (Hersham), abutting on the high street called 'Dounlane.' Waleton on Thames, Sunday the feast of the translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 44 Edward III.
[Camb.] B. 4217. Agreement between the prior and convent of Angleseye, and Robert Sterne and Matilda his wife, as to an exchange of certain lands and tenements of the said prior and convent in Haselingfeld, and certain lands, tenements, and rents of the said Robert and Matilda in Bernewell, Cambridge, and Hinton, viz. the said prior and convent have demised to the said Robert and Matilda, all their lands &c. in Haselingfeld and Harleston, in exchange for a messuage with shops in Bernewell and lands in the same and in Cambridge and Hinton, part lying in Clayhangles, part by Brademere, part in Milkfurlong, part in Coldham croft, part at Steresbr[e]g[e], part by 'le Milnedych,' abutting on Hintonmoor, part at 'le grenedych,' part abutting on Horsweye, part in Middilfeld, part above Koldham called 'Kinges acre,' part abutting on Pushilweye, part in Lawefeld, part in Hintonfeld, and part at Trumpingtonforth; also for 24s. yearly rent from premises in St. Edward's parish, Cambridge, with the reversion of lands in Cambridge, Bernewell, and Hinton, part lying in Estonaldefeld, part in Milkescroft, part in Milnedych, part at Litelmore, part in Peselond, part by Hundinglond, part on 'le hill,' part in Pesefeld called 'Lekesbedde,' and part at Milneweie &c. Sunday after Michaelmas, A.D. 1349, 23 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Linc.] B. 4218. Release by John son of William de Brunham, to Thomas son of Ralph de Brunham, of all his right in all the lands and tenements &c. which the said Thomas had of the grant of Master John son of Thomas de Brunham, in Haxay and Eppeworth and elsewhere in the Isle of Haxholm. Monday after the quinzaine of Easter, A.D. 1339. Seal, broken.
Herts. B. 4219. Grant by Cristina late the wife of Thomas Legge of Northmymes, widow, to John Parker of Esenden, of a messuage in Hatfeld, at Hornbemegate, which came to her after the death of Margaret Swon, her mother. Feast of St. Mark the evangelist, 6 Henry IV. Seal.
Bucks. B. 4220. Grant by Richard Strikland, esquire, son of Walter Strikland, esquire, and of Isabella, Walter's wife, daughter of John Olney son of William Olney son of John Olney son of John Olney, knight, and of Matilda his wife, daughter of Nicholas Haversham, to William, earl, marquis, and duke of Suffolk, John lord of Dudley, Richard lord of Ryvers, knights, Thomas Stanley, knight, William Lucy, knight, Robert Rolleston, clerk, Thomas Thorp, remembrancer of the king's exchequer, William Venour, Edmund Hampden, esquire, William atte Lofte, clerk, Thomas Billyng, Thomas Burcheyn, John Croke, and Brian Roclyff, of the manor of Haverssham with the advowson of the church there. Sunday after St. Matthew the apostle and evangelist. 27 Henry VI.
[Kent.] B. 4221. Grant in frank almoin by Simon le Rukke of Hauekhurst, to the abbot and convent of Battle, for the use of the office of sacrist, of a piece of his land and grove called 'Rowghehok,' lying on the hill (dennam) of Cesele in the parish of Hauekhurat, abutting on land called 'Lengeland.' Witnesses:—Thomas atte Cherethe, John de Henselle, and others (named).
[Herts.] B. 4222. Grant by Richard de Mordon of Bishops Hatfeld and Margaret his wife, to Roger de Luda, of their tenement in the hamlet of Bishops Hatfeld which they had of the grant of Isabella Thede of the same. Wednesday the vigil of the Ascension, 8 Edward III.
[Pemb.] B. 4223. Release by Joan, relict of David Joce, late burgess of Haverford, and Thomas Sturmyn of Haroldeston by Haverford, to John Babey of Haverford, of all their right in a messuage in Haverford adjoining a tenement of the abbot of St. Dogmael's. 3 December, 2 Henry VI.
[Camb.] B. 4224. Grant by Alice, late the wife of Nicholas Malherbe of Cambridge, widow, to William the prior, and the convent, of Anglesbeye of land in Haselingfeud, which Thomas Pollard, her father, formerly held; also further grant of a yearly rent &c. to be received from William and Peter de Stanwey on account of a tenement held from the grantor. Witnesses:—Eustace de la Lade, and others (named). Seal.
[Camb.] B. 4225. Grant by Peter the merchant (mercator) of Haselingfeud, to Roger de Haselingfeud, clerk, of land in the same, part lying in Solesfurhe, part in Danelond towards Holegateweye, and part upon Westdune towards Papelardesmere. Witnesses:—Sir William, vicar of Haselingfeud, Robert de Eldefeud, and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Linc.] B. 4226. Grant by Nicholas do Brunham and William son of Geoffrey de Pontfreit, to Thomas son of Roger de Westewod, of land in Haxay. Michaelmas, 2 Richard II. Seal.
[Kent.] B. 4227. Grant in frank almoin by John Hamoun of Battle, cook, to the abbot and monks of Battle, for the use of the office of precentor of the said monastery, of a yearly rent in Haukherst, which he had of the grant of Sir Thomas de Seleby, rector of the church of Haukherst. 10 February, 40 Edward III. Seal, broken.
[N'hamp.] B. 4228. Demise by Roger son of Elias de Helpeston, to Richard de Colevill, of land in Helpeston towards Torpel, for twelve years from Easter in the twelfth year of the cycle of nineteen years and the first year of Martin [de Ramseye], abbot of [Peter]borough. Witnesses:—Hugh de Beham, Robert de Colevill, and others (named). A.D. 1226.
[Linc.] B. 4229. Release by William Foulere of Haxey and John Emmeys and Denise his wife, to Robert de Brayton, clerk, of all their right in a moiety of a messuage and land in Haxey. Vigil of the Exaltation of Holy Cross, 10 Richard II. Two seals.
[Hunt.] B. 4230. Release by Walter called 'Hot' and Beatrice his wife, to Sir John the abbot, and the convent, of Rammeseye, of all their right in a house with a curtilage in Hemmigford. Rammeseye, day of St. Botulph the abbot, 26 Edward [I]. Two seals.
[Surrey.] B. 4231. Grant by John South of Westone, to Robert atte Breche of Haverichesham, of all his land in the hamlet of Haverichesham (Hersham), in a field called 'Sutheworthe,' abutting on the wood of Hamelin de Medham called 'le Herst.' Sunday before St. Gregory the pope, 43 Edward III. Seal.
[Glouc.] B 4232. Release by William Lethe and Sir John Hope, rector of the church of Fyffyde Magdaleyne, kinsmen and heirs of William de Chiltenham, to Thomas Leoden, William Wasp, vicar of Brayllez, and Philip atte Fortheye, rector of the church of Adbryghton, of all their right in all the lands and tenements in Haukesbury and Hyldesleye formerly belonging to the said William de Chiltenham. Witnesses:—Robert Charlton, John Sergeaunt, and others (named). Seal.