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.
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|[York.]||C. 3201. Grant by John Mason of Roreston, chaplain, to Thomas del Growe of Hunschelf, and Alice his wife, for the latter's life, of lands and tenements &c. in Ospryngge, Byrcheworth, Penyston, Thurgarland, and Brerelay, with remainder to Richard son of William, son of Richard de Ospryngge. 20 April, 14 Richard II.|
|[Middx.] [Suff.]||C. 3202. Bond by William le Schepherde of Leyham, to Thomas . . . . ton of the same, for his life, for a quarter of corn, four bushels of wheat, and four bushels of barley yearly, commencing Michaelmas, 19 Edward II. for which payment he binds certain land called 'Le Grenes C . . .' and 'Colemannes,' London. If through defect of the said Thomas, William should lose the said land which he has bought of him, then the bond shall be void. Sunday after St. Peter's chair, 17 Edward II. Injured.|
|[Norf.]||C. 3203. Acquittance by Thomas de Brumpton, to Sir Robert de Reydon, for 10l. received in part payment of 16l. Wherstede, Thursday after St. Andrew, 4 Edward II. Injured.|
|[Suff.]||C. 3204. Grant by Alice Bewbuche of Aketone, to Isabella her daughter, of a cottage with a curtilage in Aketone, between land of the prior of Hatfeld and the road leading to Balberte. Wednesday after St. Nicholas, 5 Edward II.|
|[Warw.]||C. 3205. Grant by Henry le Coupere of Longedon, to Thomas le Hore, of the yearly rent of 20s. which John, son and heir of William atte Birches, of Solihull, granted to Henry out of lands in Solihull and Longedon. Wednesday after the Assumption, 3 Richard II.|
|[Suff.]||C. 3206. Grant by Roger . . ., to Robert . . . and Hilary his wife, of [a messuage in Aketon ?] for their lives. Witnesses:—John de Peyton, Richard de Cornerde, Thomas de Grey, James de Lambourne, knights, and others (named). [A]keton, Thursday the feast of the apostles Simon and Jude, 5 Edward II. Fragment.|
|[Somers.]||C. 3207. Release by Richard Trenchard, son and heir of John Trenchard, of Ordhull, to William Richeman, James FitzJames, and their heirs, of all his right in 17s. 9½d. yearly rent which William Richeman and his heirs were bound to pay to him for lands and tenements in Sock, Fairhok, and Patenalre. Frome, Monday after Christmas, 10 Richard II. Seal.|
|[York.]||C. 3208. Undertaking by John de Karliolo, Thomas de Neusom Robert de Lokyngton, Hugh de Nessyngwyk, John de Lokyngton, and Thomas Wyth, of Baynton, before Sir Thomas de Rokeby, sheriff and coroner of York, for the good behaviour of Thomas son of Thomas del Boucke, of the same, whom the king has pardoned for the breach of his peace by the death of John son of John Waryn, of Baynton. York, Wednesday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 10 Edward III. Injured.|
|[Suff.]||C. 3209. Release by John de . . . oceu . . . of Asshfeld Badewelle, and Katherine his wife, late the wife of Alan Nerbaud of Wystone, to Sir Robert de Bures, knight, and Hilary his wife, of all right of dower or otherwise in all the lands which the said Alan held in Wystone. Ake[ton], Thursday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 1 Edward II. Injured.|
|[Wilts.]||C. 3210. Release by Walter de Hamne, to Margaret, late the wife of [Rich]ard de Polhampton, of all his right in a croft called 'Brydwellescroft,' with a meadow adjoining, lying in Hamne. Brydeswell, Sunday after the Pur[ification], 11 Edward II. Portion of document gone.|
C. 3211. Grant by Thomas de Hamden, son and heir of Richard de
Hamden, to Sir John Colyn, parson of Stifford, co. Essex, and William
atte Hulle of Wotton, of all his lands and tenements in Kyngeseye.
Witnesses:—Thomas Mody, vicar of Kyngeseye church, and others (named).
16 June, 7 Richard II.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll.
|[Essex.]||C. 3212. Indenture witnessing that on the underwritten date, Richard de Glatton came to the town and port of Tollesbury and gave to John Caru and John ate Welle, bailiffs, two writs requiring them to detain all ships then in port of the weight of 50 tuns of wine and upward, and to recall all ships of that weight absent from the port, to fit out such ships with a double equipment and keep them safely till further order; also that no ship was found at the said port, nor any of that weight belonging to it. 6 August, 7 Edward III.|
|[Somers ?]||C. 3213. [Grant] by Robert de . . ., to John de Stonore and Adam de Stonore his brother, of all the lands and tenements which [he] had by demise of William Box. Witnesses:—William de Oterhampton, and others (named). London, Wednesday after All Saints, 9 Edward II. Seal of arms. Portion of document only.|
|[Middx.]||C. 3214. Release by Anthony Widevile, lord of Scales and Newcelx, to William York the younger, citizen and vintner of London, cf all actions on account of a bond by the said York to him dated 3 October, 5 Edward IV. 16 November, 7 Edward IV. Damaged.|
|Kent.||C. 3215. Grant by Thomas Coulynge of Wroteham, to Simon Walsshe of Crey St. Mary's, and Margaret his wife, for their lives, of all the lands and tenements &c. in Chellesfeld and Strode or elsewhere in Kent which he with Robert Marschall and William Rotheley—who have released to him all their right therein—lately had of the demise of William Swetyng of Horton by Dertford, with remainder to Richard Walsshe, son of the said Simon. 15 December, 12 Henry VI. Seal.|
|Staff.||C. 3216. Release by William Forton of Drayton in Hales, and Alice his wife, daughter of the late Thomas Cotyn of Madeley, to Ralph de Eggerton of Wrymehull, of all their right in all the lands &c. that were the said Cotyn's within the lordship of Madeley. Feast of St. Agnes the virgin, 4 Henry VI.|
|[Linc.]||C. 3217. Release by John Vavasour, serjeant-at-law, Thomas Fitz William, Henry Haunsert, and Robert Forman, to Thomas Moigne, of all their right in 3s. rent and other services from a tenement in Teuelby which they had of the grant of William Haunsert of North Kelsey, the elder. 28 February, 20 Edward IV. Three seals.|
|[Heref.]||C. 3218. Demise by William de Couleye, to Alan Charnes, of a toft and water-mill called 'Geffemulle' and a tenement called 'Hommelond' in Credeleye (Cradley), by the bishop of Hereford's toft called 'Birchwode,' for his life, with remainder in tail to Juliana and Margery, Alan's daughters. Monday the feast of St. James, 19 Edward III.|
|[Berks.]||C. 3219. Release by Stephen Burle and Maud his wife, to Sir Waryn del Isle, lord of Tieis, and Joan his wife, of all their right in a wood called 'Dalrugge' in Eschifford, for Maud's life. Witnesses:—Sir Robert Symeon, knight, Walter Ferrour of Hungerford, and others (named) 10 June, 3 Richard II. French. Seal.|
|[Worc.]||C. 3220. Grant by Richard, son of the late Richard Potel, of Wich, to Thomas de Savageburi, chaplain, of the same, of all his lands and tenements and a boiling place of two cisterns of salt water in Wich, with all the rents &c. which he had of Thomas le Portes in Wych, Wyttone St. Peter, Wittone St. Mary and Salwarpe, with lands &c. in Feckenham; paying the customs due to the exchequer of Wich &c. Witnesses:—John Bradewas, Richard Wyget, bailiffs, and others (named). Friday after Midsummer, 23 Edward III.|
|Surrey.||C. 3221. Release by William Hille of Marche, co. Cambridge, son and heir of Rowland Hille, deceased, and brother of John Hille, deceased, late elder son and heir of the said Rowland, to Richard Bronde, citizen and fishmonger of London, Richard Jay, gentleman, William Bronde of Ware, co. Hertford, Richard Lamelether, John Fraunceys, William Pory, John Merston and John Foxston, citizens and fishmongers of London, of all his right in a void plot of ground by 'le Stewesside' in St. Margaret's parish, Suthwerk, adjoining, on the east, land of the prioress of Stratford in Middlesex, and on the south, the lane called 'Mayden lane.' 5 November, 10 Edward IV.|
C. 3222. Grant by Richard Harward of Hartyll, to Edward Harward
and Richard Hayne, of all his messuages and lands &c. in Hartyll and
Woddall. 4 January, 24 Henry VII.
Underwritten: Condition of the above grant viz. that the grantees shall release the premises again to the grantor when he so requires; if he do not so require, after his death they shall remain to the said Edward Harward in fee. English.
|[Sussex.]||C. 3223. Grant by John Litecok of Borham and Joan his wife, to John de Wylsham and Cristina his wife, for their life, of all the grantors' lands and tenements in Asshebournehame, with remainder to Robert their son for ever. 12 April, 49 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Glouc.]||C. 3224. Grant by Robert Boure, rector of Tyberton, to John Cassy, esquire, John Walssh, John Wynselade, John and Robert Boure of Newent, and William Heyward, of all his lands &c. in Tiberton called 'Frankeleyns' and 'Roules' which he had of the gift of Richard ap Harry. 23 January, 20 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Norf.]||C. 3225. Demise by Clement Nusse of South Reppes, to John Kedylham, Adam Clerk, Robert Marchal, and Thomas Portere, all of the same, of all the lands and tenements which he, with William Attelound, deceased, had of the gift of John Fayrcok of South Reppes, the elder. Tuesday after St. Cuthbert, 8 Henry VI. Seal.|
|Herts.||C. 3226. Demise by Walter Hevyn, to Thomas Byrch of Ware, of a tenement in Ware for twenty years from Michaelmas next, paying 40s yearly. 1 July, 27 Henry VI.|
|Surrey.||C. 3227. Grant by John Banaster, citizen and fishmonger of London, son and heir of Christopher Banaster, deceased, to Thomas Grafton, merchant of the Staple at Calais, John and Edward Fynkell, John Brampton, clothiers, Richard Brampton, 'stokfisshmonger,' John Hunter, and Thomas Spense, citizens of London, of a great garden with ponds, walls &c. lying in the marsh at 'le Stewes' in St. Margaret's parish, Suthewerk. 14 May, A.D. 1483, 1 Edward V.|
|Surrey.||C. 3228. Letter of attorney by the same authorising John Semer, citizen and 'stokfisshmonger' of London, to deliver seisin of the above premises to the grantees. Dated as above.|
|[Warw.]||C. 3229. Grant by Ralph de Geddinge, to Richard de Bockemor of Solihull, of all the land which Hutred de Bockemor, Richard's father, formerly held in Solihull, with all easements belonging to Solihull manor, paying 3s. yearly. Witnesses:—John de Blmosmewile, Henry de Olton, and others (named).|
|[Bucks?]||C. 3230. Grant by Robert de Brok, to Geoffrey de Holta, of all the land and water lying between Geoffrey's meadow and the land of Richard de Blechemere, and extending to the garden formerly Sir Roger de Seffrewast's. Witnesses:—Richard de Charderuge, Thomas Harteruge, Robert de Haukesherd, and others (named).|
|[Chesh.]||C. 3231. Grant by Thomas Bulkeley of Ayton, esquire, to John Okynthrop, for life, of a field in Ayton called 'the Marlfild,' between the 'lowne' extending to Hertford Brigge on the north, and Plumley deyne, Nestall heath and 'le Blakefeld' on the west, and 'shotith over' a field called 'the Newfild' on the south, paying 8s. yearly. 12 July, 19 Henry VII. English.|
|[Middx.]||C. 3232. Acquittance by John York, esquire, son of William York the elder, esquire, fishmonger of London, to Dame Elizabeth York, widow, John Mathew, alderman of London, and Robert Rypon, executors of the said William, for 761l. received in part payment of 1,000l. bequeathed to him by the said William's testament. 26 April, 9 Henry VII. Signed. English. Paper.|
|[Staff.]||C. 3233. Grant by John de Hauekeston, knight, to Robert de Verney, of a messuage with all the lands &c. which the said Robert held of the grantor in the fees of Madeleye-under-Lyme and Onileye. Wednesday after the Annunciation, 31 Edward III.|
|[Monm.]||C. 3234. Grant by Philip ap Adam ap Ivor, lord of Lanveyr Culgudyn, to Jevan, David, Philip, and Grono, ap Madoc Vachan, of land in the parish of Lanveyr Culgudyn free of multure for all crops growing thereon, viz. 'Stevenfree' from the said multure in his water-mill there; paying 2s. 7½d. yearly. Witnesses:—Sir Oliver de Cervyncton, knight, steward of Bergeveny, Thomas ap Roppert, master-serjeant there, and others (named). St. Matthew's day, 22 Edward III.|
|[Linc.]||C. 3235. Grant by Reymund le Spycer of Staunford to Sir Robert de Stranley, knight, of a curtilage between the town wall of Staunford on the north and the churchyard of St. Mary de Bynewerk on the south. Wednesday after Midsummer, 5 Edward III.|
|[Notts.]||C. 3236. Grant by Philip de Chestrefeld, to John de Kegwerth clerk and Margaret his wife, of a messuage with a curtilage in Nottingham, by the cross of the Friars Minors there, which he recovered before the king's Justices of the Bench against William de Chilwell by default. Witnesses:— Walter de Waltham, mayor of Nottingham, John de Sutton and William Pynnere, bailiffs, and others (named). Monday before St. Bartholomew, 32 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Salop.]||C. 3237. Demise by Robert Philipp of Brugge, and Katherine his wife, to Adam son of Richard de Albryghton, for his life, of part of the solar in their tenement in Brugge, in the street called 'Lesselynestret,' with a little chamber annexed thereto, and free ingress and egress by day and night; on condition of his not marrying or sub-letting the premises. Witnesses:—Robert le Palmere, William de Bergham, provosts of Brugge, and others (named). Thursday, Christmas Eve, 2 Edward III.|
|[Staff.]||C. 3238. Release by Thomas son of William Skeyl of Bettileg', to Lucas de Donynton, of all his right in a messuage which Lucas bought of William, the releasor's father, upon 'le Hul' in the fee of Bettileyg'. Witnesses:—John de Hiknes, Hugh son of Rose, bailiffs, and others (named). Saturday before St. Margaret the virgin, 15 Edward II.|
|Worc.||C. 3239. Release by John Brigges, son and heir of Thomas Brigges, late serjeant-at-law, to Robert Poyntz, knight, John Norewoode, esquire, William Wye, William Carsy and John Grenehill, of all his right in the manor of Wike and the advowson of the church, or free chapel, there, and in all lands &c. in Wike, or in other towns in the county named, which his said father acquired from William Vampage, knight. 19th January, 8 Henry VII. Signed. Fragment of seal.|
|[Staff.]||C. 3240. Grant by Simon son of Thomas Cotin of Madeleye, to John de Hauekeston, of 10l. yearly rent issuing from his lands and tenements in the fees of Madeleye-under-Lyme and Onileye. Palm Sunday, 8 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Bedf.]||C. 3241. Grant by John Reve of Rokkeston, to William Mylward, Eustace Percell, William Wayte, and Richard Payn, of Thorncote, of a messuage in Thorncote in the parish of Northezevyll. 20 June, 7 Henry V. Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||C. 3242. Release by Anthony Tanfeld, son of Robert Tanfeld, esquire, to Edward Goldesbrough, a baron of the king's Exchequer, John Lorymer, clerk, and John Walker, of all his right in all the lands and tenements in Cranesley which he lately had by bequest from William Tanfeld, his uncle, for life. 21 May, 4 Henry VII. Seal.|
|[Devon.]||C. 3243. Demise by John Pylton the prior, and the convent, of Barnestapol, to John Bemond and Joan his wife, for their lives, of their meadow called 'Rowyndemede,' adjoining the water running from Stonar' to Pylbrygge on the north, paying 6s. 8d. yearly; and of all the fishing in their water from Barnstaple mills to Pylbrygge, and so up stream to a certain meadow, paying 12d. yearly, with leave to make a weir in the said water with sufficient stakes &c. from 'la Wyndyng' in the grantors' wood of Yarvar. Witnesses:—John Culme, mayor of Barnstaple, and others (named). 23 August, 8 Edward IV.|
|Heref.||C. 3244. Grant by Margery, late the wife of William de Norton, widow, to Ellen le Parlour of Hereford, of a messuage in 'le Oldescolestret' in the city of Hereford. Witnesses:—Henry Cachepol, the king's bailiff of Hereford, and others (named). 19 May, 24 Edward III.|
C. 3245. Grant by John Arderne and Margaret his wife, to William
Ryman, Robert Saburton, and John Castell, of all their lands &c. in the
parish of St. Augustine in 'le Oldechaunge,' London, opposite Carterislane;
William Walderne being then mayor of London, Ralph Lobenham, and
William Sevenok, sheriffs. 28 June, 1 Henry V. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment in the Hustings of London on Monday after St. James, 1 Henry V.
|Herts.||C. 3246. Release by Alan Ruddok and Cicely his wife, daughter and one of the heirs of William de Hedersete, late citizen of London, to Sir William de Kestevene, clerk, of all their right in all the lands &c. which Cicely inherited on her father's death in North Mymmes. Saturday the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula, 13 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Chesh.]||C. 3247. Grant by Hamo de Rydley, vicar of Neston, to Henry le Bruyn of Moreton in Wyrehall, for his life, of all the lands &c. which he had of the gift of Ellen, daughter of the said Henry, with remainder in tail to the said Ellen, and in fee to James de Pulle. Witnesses:—John de Pulle, William de Stanley, knights, and others (named). Wednesday the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula, 9 Henry IV. Seal.|
|Kent.||C. 3248. Grant by Edmund Spenser of the parish of Lesenes, husbandman, to John Scuddere of the same, husbandman, of land at Grene Wall in 'le Marsche' in the said parish. 28 October, 16 Edward IV. Seal, broken.|
|[Notts.]||C. 3249. Grant by John son of Hugh de le Grene, to William de Hykkelingh of Newthorppe, of a toft with a croft in Newthorppe, adjoining a toft of the prior of Lenton. Tuesday the feast of St. Chad, 24 Edward III.|
|[Hants.]||C. 3250. Indenture witnessing that whereas Thomas de Foxcote and Margaret his wife have delivered their meadow in Foxcote called 'Estmede' to Henry de Harnhulle, the latter will provide a fold of two hundred sheep to manure their land of Foxcote, as long as he holds the said meadow, the said Thomas and Margaret granting to him each pasture in Foxcote and Hetherdene for the support of the said sheep, paying yearly for the pasture of Scharpe Croft and Brode Croft 6s. 8d. They will also find food and lodging for his shepherd &c. and Henry shall feed their meadows from All Saints' day to the Annunciation &c. 20 May, 17 Edward II. French.|
|[Notts ?]||C. 3251. Grant by Richard son of William son of Stephen of Sneynton, to John Reydy of the same, of land in Sneynton, upon Thenschfurlong. Witnesses:—John son of William son of Stephen, bailiff of Sneynton, and others (named). Sunday after the Conception, 21 Edward III.|
C. 3252. Acquittance by Raphe Maynston of Welsh Newton, to
Edward Maynston his brother, for 5 marks received from him in full
payment of 20 marks to be paid by Edward for all the right which Raphe
claims in all lands &c. that were Roger Maynston's, their father.
Michaelmas, 2 Edward VI. English. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Names of those present at the ensealing hereof.
|[Notts.]||C. 3253. Grant by William de Willughby, rector of St. Peter's Nottingham, to Walter de Lincoln of Nottingham, and Matilda his wife, for their lives, of eight messuages in Nottingham, viz. one messuage with a chapel in French street by Jews' lane, one opposite St. Peter's churchyard four with a curtilage and orchard in the lane leading to the king's mill, and two in the great marsh; with remainder to John, Walter's son, for his life, and to Walter son of William de Gotham, in fee. Witnesses:— Nicholas de Shelford, mayor of Nottingham, Thomas de Amias and Richard Saumon, bailiffs, and others (named). Friday before Epiphany, 4 Edward III.|
|[Oxford.]||C. 3254. Release by John Lambard of Bledelewe, to William de Stoke Talemache, shepherd, of all his right in lands and tenements in Sydenham which he had of the gift of John, son and heir of Simon le Busevile of Henton. Sunday after St. Luke, 7 Edward II. Seal.|
|[Sussex.]||C. 3255. Grant by Richard de Westone, to Simon le Fentre, for 9 marks, of a parcel of land, formerly William Crystemasse's, in Ifeld, adjoining the road from Ifeld to Rousperre, paying 10d. yearly. Michaelmas, 27 Edward [I].|
|[Oxford.]||C. 3256. Grant by John son of William le Schephurd of Sydenham, to Hugh le Wolf, of a messuage and land in Sidenham with which John Lambard of Bledelawe enfeoffed the grantor's father William. Sunday after St. Bennet the abbot, 17 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Sussex.] [Surrey.]||C. 3257. Grant by Thomas Gardyner of Rowsparre, to John Wodye of Ifeld and Henry Leccheford of Cherlewode, of a messuage and land called 'Forsteres' in Horsham parish, also of land called 'Bolelond,' a field called 'Southfeld,' and a croft called 'Southcroft' all in Rowsparre, with land called 'Bengewyk' in Cherlewod, and land called 'Goodswaynes' in Newdegate. 22 April, 6 Edward IV.|
|[Staff.]||C. 3258. Grant by Henry de Hulton, mason, to John de Hawkeston, of a messuage with a curtilage and croft in Bettileg', adjoining the lane leading to Audeleyg', and stretching from the high street by the market place to the land of Adam Wysbrid, chaplain. Witnesses:—Richard de Delves, John de Thiknes, Gregory son of William, bailiffs of the town, and others (named). Sunday the morrow of the Invention of Holy Cross, 11 Edward III.|
|[ ]||C. 3259. Grant by Robert Benet, to Christiana his wife and Thomas Slade, canon and warden of the parish church of Arlyngton, of all his goods and chattels within the kingdom of England or elsewhere. Alryngton, 28 September, 27 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Worc.]||C. 3260. Grant by Hugh Tollere, vicar of Dodurhull, William Roo of Kydurmustre, and Richard Fornynge, to Walter Corbet, esquire, of their manor of Ymeneye, with all lands &c. which they have of Walter's gift in Ymeneye. Thursday the feast of Oswald, 4 Henry V. Three seals.|
|[Camb.]||C. 3261. Demise by Thomas Guybbys and Thomas Whitynge of Great Shelford, Robert Askham, John Rumbolde and William Totenhey of Little Shelford, at the request of William Colard, to Christopher Brown, John Elyse and Robert Spede, of a messuage in a street in Great Shelford called 'Moreend,' which, with other lands &c. they, with others, lately had of the said Colard's grant; with letter of attorney authorising John Goodyng and Thomas Wylson to deliver seisin. 27 January, 5 Henry VII. Five seals.|
|[Heref.]||C. 3262. Demise by John son of Richard de Baggynden, for his own life, to Thomas de Chaundos, knight, of all his lands and tenements in 'la Wottone' and Welynton, paying 60s. yearly. Sunday before the Assumption, 29 Edward III.|
|[Camb.]||C. 3263. Grant by Matilda Warde alias Hemstede, of Trumpyngton, to Master John Sudbury, parson of Langton church, Master Nicholas Freton, William Audele of Grancete, Richard Kylburne and William Cristemesse of Trumpyngton, of all her lands &c. in Trumpyngton, lately John Warde's. Friday after the Conception, 13 Henry IV. Seal.|
|Bedf.||C. 3264. Demise by Robert Butler, clerk, to Edward Stacy of Waltham Holy Cross, co. Essex, gentleman, Richard Foorde, John Lewen, and Richard Walenger of the same, yeomen, for the use of the said Edward, of the lordship or manor of Budenow Berelles and Frenches, and all other lands &c. in Beeston, Bodenho and Thorncote in Northyzevell parish, and elsewhere in the same county, which he lately had of the grant of the said Edward. 16 April, 20 Henry VII. Seal.|
|[Norf ?]||C. 3265. Grant in tail by John Bodicote, clerk, to John Drayton and Cristiana his wife, with remainder in fee, of all the lands and tenements in Beston which he had of the gift of the said Cristiana. Tuesday after Holy Cross, 7 Richard II.|
|[Kent.]||C. 3266. Grant by John att Thorn, to William Belke, William Taylour and Stephen Crast, of a messuage and land in the parish of Sheldwyche, at Shepherst, for the carrying out of his will. 11 November, 17 Henry VII.|
|Herts.||C. 3267. Grant in tail by John Erneys, chaplain, to John de Aillesbury and Isabella his wife, of Tiscote manor, with remainder in fee to John the said grantee. [Sunday ?] after Michaelmas, 33 Edward III. Seal.|
C. 3268. Acknowledgment by Sir John [Aignel] and John his son
that they are bound to pay John de Aldeburi 10s. yearly rent for two parts
of a croft of his land called 'Medleye' and for the third part which Isabella
his mother at present holds as dower; which rent John de Aldeburi
acknowledges he has received for the ensuing twelve years &c. Pendele,
St. Thomas the apostle's day, 9 Edward II. Seal.
Endorsed: Convencio inter dominum Johannem Aignel et Johannem de Aldebury.
|[Chesh.]||C. 3269. Bond by Roger le Bruyn of Stappelford, John, Patrick, and Robert, sons of David de Barton, and William de Coten, to Robert son of Stephen del Mulne, for 7l. 6s. 8d. to be paid at Bruynestappelford at the times specified herein. Hokenhull, Thursday before St. Augustine of the English, 13 Edward III. Fragment of seal.|
|Notts. Derby.||C. 3270. Grant by John Strelley, esquire, to Henry Willoughby, Garvase Clifton, John Dygby, knights, Simon Dygby, Edward Stanop and Roland Dygby, esquires, of all his lordship's manors, lands &c. in Strelley, Billeborough, Trowell, Chilwell, Addenborough, Ratclyf upon Trent, Colson Basset, Bramcote, Codgrave, Stapulford, Wheteley, North Leverton, South Leverton, Notyngham, Lenton, Hardeby, Muskeham, Oxton, Hemsell, and Baselbrth, co. Notts, and Shipeley, Mapurley, and Langeley co. Derby; with letter of attorney authorising Robert Strelley and Richard Baker to deliver seisin. Witnesses:—John Babyngton, knight, Thomas Kebeell, one of the king's Serjeants at law, and William Brett. 1 March 11 Henry VII. Signed. Fragments of seal.|
|[Berks.]||C. 3271. Demise by Harry Drowe, son and heir of Thomas Drowe to John Helme alias Salman, of a farm called 'Helmes' which William Batisfforde and John Chylde of Hungerford, stand feoffed in for twentyone 'wynters,' paying yearly to the king 10s., to the lady Jane Derrell 26s. 8d. and to the said Harry the lord of the soil, 16s. 8d. &c. 27 January, 1 Richard III. English.|
|[Essex.]||C. 3272. Grant by John Goderyngden, son and heir of Thomas Mellere alias Goderyngden, late of Terlyng, deceased, to Thomas Bekys of Terling, Joan his wife, Edward his son, and Robert Birchard the elder, of a toft with land in Fayersted and Terling. 20 September, 19 Edward IV.|
|Surrey.||C. 3273. Grant by Thomas, earl of Ormond, to Reginald Bray, knight, of the lordships or manors of Shire and Vachary in Craneley parish, for his life, reserving the advowson of Shire church and the right of entry into Vachary park to hunt, with easement for the said earl, his servants and horses when staying within the lordship of Shire; Reginald providing a chaplain called 'a chauntry prest' to officiate in the chapel of Vachary manor; with letter of attorney authorising John Westbroke to deliver seisin. 28 January, 1 Henry VII. Seal.|
|[Staff.]||C. 3274. Release by Agnes, late the wife of Hugh son of William de Chaldon, to John de Hauekeston, of all her lands and tenements in Madeleye and Honileye, except her dower of Coudereyfeld and Coudereymedue. Saturday after Hilary, 7 Edward III.|
|[Herts.]||C. 3275. Grant by John Pattushulle, vicar of Masseworth, John Salcok of the same, and Thomas Hykedon of Bettelowe, to Geoffrey Davy of Naldewyk, of a messuage in Naldewyk, adjoining a messuage of Thomas Chaworthe, knight, and extending westward into Stretweye. Thursday before Midsummer, 17 Henry VI. Three seals.|
|[Hants.]||C. 3276. Grant by Thomas le Ryche, to Henry de Harnhulle, for term of his life, of all his rent &c. in Penyton Meisy, paying 100s. yearly after the end of ten years; if Henry die within the said ten years his heirs shall hold the said rent till the end of that term. Thursday the Annunciation, 15 Edward II.|
|[Staff.]||C. 3277. Grant by William Cotin of Madeleye, to Sir John de Hauekeston, knight, of a messuage with all the lands &c. which he had by gift of Margery daughter of William de Grafton, in the fee of Madeleyeunder-Lyme, except a plot of wood and pasture called 'le Heye.' Monday the feast of St. Bartholomew, 23 Edward III.|
|[Bedf.]||C. 3278. Grant by Thomas Fetypas of Over Caldecot, to Thomas Clay of Nether Caldecot, and William Bonvalet of Over Caldecot, in North Zevell parish, of a messuage in Over Caldecote. Vigil of the nativity of the Virgin Mary, 11 Richard II.|
|Worc.||C. 3279. Indenture between Giles Grevyle, citizen and draper of London, and John Brugge, gentleman, son and heir of Thomas Brugge, 'serjaut to the lawe,' witnessing that whereas William Vampage, knight, sold to the said Thomas the manor of Wyke and other lands in the same county for 204l., and Thomas by his last will having declared that Vampage repaying that sum should be restored to the premises, and the money disposed of according to an indenture between Vampage and Jane Brugge, late the wife of the said Thomas, dated 5 February, 1 Henry VII, and Vampage, upon ready payment to be tendered to Jane, having sold the premises to Grevyle; the said John Brugge, intending the preferring of his father's will 'and that by ne for hym his soule shall bere any parell afore God,' for 20 marks paid to him agrees to ensure Grevyle's estate in the premises before Easter next. 29 July, 7 Henry VII. English. Signed.|
|Notts.||C. 3280. Grant by Robert Strelley, knight, to John Strelley his son, in tail male, and to Margaret, John's wife, of the lordship or manor of Oxton, and of all his lands &c. in Chilwell and Adenborugh, reserving the courts of the manor of Strelley, and the homages &c. of the tenants. Witnesses:—Robert Markeham, knight, and others (named). 19 November, 12 Edward IV. Seal.|
|[Chesh.]||C. 3281. Grant by Philip de Egerton, to Adam de Bostok, of a plot of land in 'le Beemstrete' in Wich Malban, paying him 2s. yearly and 6d. to William, son of John de Bromley of Batynton, knight. Tuesday before St. Martin the bishop in winter, A.D. 1429. Seal.|
|Essex. Herts. Camb. Suff.||C. 3282. Grant by John Screne, knight, to Robert Chamberleyn and Edward Wodehouse, knights, and Thomas Bybbessworth, esquire, of all his manors and lands &c. in the counties named, and of all lands &c. which he inherited therein after the death of John Screne his father. 1 August, 14 Edward IV. Copy. Paper.|
|[Devon.]||C. 3283. Grant by John Mulys of Barnestapol, and Marion his wife, to Thomas Busse and John Quans, of two tenements in Barnstaple in the street called 'Barstret,' in the prior's fee; one adjoining the tenement of Thomas Beaumont, knight. 26 January, 28 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Devon.]||C. 3284. Grant by John Snape, to John Danyls of Lyngcombe, of a messuage in Shabbecombe, between Shabbecombe lake on the west, land of Philip Courtenay, knight, on the east and south, and the high road from Badston to Saltecombe on the north. Feast of the Circumcision, 31 Henry VI.|
C. 3285. Grant by Nicholas de Gloucestre, to John Galyan of
Wolewych parish, and Cristina his wife, of land with a curtilage and the
crop thereon in Wolewych parish, adjoining the lane called 'Carterislane,'
paying 6d. yearly. Tuesday the feast of St. Botolph the abbot,
17 Edward III. Injured.
Endorsed: 'Carta &c. de di[midia] acr[a] terre cum curtilag[io] in parochia de Wollowich, viz. in marisco ex parte Essex.'
|[Essex.]||C. 3286. Grant by Avelina daughter of John de Claveringg of Alvethelee, to Richard Charman, of all the lands and tenements which he had of the gift of Thomas his brother, in Claveringg and Langeleye. 28 April, 19 Edward II.|
|[Devon.]||C. 3287. Conveyance by Hugh Luyton the prior, and the convent of St. Mary Magdalene's, Barnstaple, to John Tapelegh and Elizabeth his wife of the manor of Foughlyngcote within Yenstowe parish, for their lives, paying 4d. yearly and doing suit once a year at their court held at the Magdalene of Barnstaple (apud Magdalenam de Barn[estapole]) &c. with remainders for life to Thomas their son and to Alice, mother of the said John Tapelegh. Monday the feast of St. Clement the pope, 1 Edward IV. Fragments of seal.|
|[Dorset.]||C. 3288. Release by Petronilla Werysch, to Laurence Staf and Matilda his wife, of all her right in a messuage with a curtilage in Brideport, adjoining a lane called 'Kyllyngeslane.' Witnesses:—William Hichecok, Robert Budde, bailiffs, and others (named). Monday before Midsummer, 25 Edward III. Fragment of seal.|
|[Staff.]||C. 3289. Grant by Richard de Ochul, to Hugh son of William de Chauldon, of the moiety of a messuage in the fee of Madeley-under-Lyme, as it was divided between himself and William son of Gregory de Bettileyg', with all lands &c. belonging thereto at Wrymeford, in exchange for land and wood at Blaksich in the same fee. Wednesday after St. James the apostle, 11 Edward II. Seal.|
|[Wilts.]||C. 3290. Grant by Walter Shorte, to William Hopere, of a messuage with a garden in Lacok, adjoining a tenement of the abbess of Lacok. Michaelmas, 2 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Chesh.]||C. 3291. Certificate by Nicholas Danyell, mayor of the city of Chester and the king's escheator therein, that in accordance with the king's writ (recited) he has delivered seisin to John de Eggerton, son and heir of Philip de Eggerton, deceased, of all lands and tenements &c. found by inquisition to belong to his said father, viz. a messuage and garden with four shops and gardens in Bruggestrete, Chester, by St. Olave's church, held of the earl of Chester by 7½d. yearly, and by the service of finding one 'judicator' yearly in the portmote of Chester, a shop in 'le Castellone,' and fifteen shops with gardens in Forgatestrete, held of the bishop of Chester &c. 14 March, 24 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.|
|[Wilts.]||C. 3292. Grant by John Remmesbury, to Ralph Tayllour of Remmesbury, and Joan his wife, of land in Remmesbury, two crofts in the street called 'le Oldeorchard,' extending from the high road to the bank of Kynette (Kennet), and land in the field called 'Esterokam,' by the high road leading towards Aldebourne. Witnesses:—Sir William Auncell, vicar of Remmesbury, and others (named). The Invention of Holy Cross, 33 Edward III.|
C. 3293. Grant by Simon Baynyng of Itterby, to Peter Tayllour of the
same, of the reversion of two selions of land in Thirnesco, one in the south
part of Hengehowe by land of the abbot of Humberstayn, and abutting on
'le Cones,' which selions Matilda Ploghman holds as dower after the
decease of William Baynyng, Simon's father, and which ought to revert
to the grantor after her death. Vigil of Holy Trinity, A.D. 1364.
Endorsed: 'De ij sel[ionibus] terre in campis de Threnscawe in parochia de Clee'.
|[Oxford.]||C. 3294. Grant by John Lambard of Bledelewe, to William de Stoke Talemache, shepherd, of a messuage in Sydenham which he had of the gift of John, son and heir of Simon le Busevile of Henton. Thursday before Michaelmas, 7 Edward II.|
|[Lanc.]||C. 3295. Defeasance of a bond by William le Botiller of Werington, to Richard son of Henry de Trafford, knight, for 33 marks, which remains with Robert son of Richard de Moston; witnessing that whereas Richard lives with the said William 'de son conseil et a ses robes,' as long as it pleases the said Richard to receive from William a robe yearly with the other servants, the said William grants that if Richard be dismissed from such service without cause, and William be judged at fault by the award of Gilbert de Haidok, Aleyn de Eccliston and Aleyn de Rixton, then the said bond shall be given to Richard son of Henry, to follow at law, otherwise it shall be void. Whereas also Richard has released to the said William all arrears of a yearly rent of 30s., he grants that if he be paid 24 marks by the said William at certain days specified in a certain bond, then the release shall be delivered to William &c. Werington, Saturday the morrow of St. Cuthbert, 6 Edward III. French.|
|[Sussex.]||C. 3296. Grant by Simon Merschman and Matilda his wife, to John Wylsham and Cristina his wife, of land in Asshebournehame parish. St. George's day, 2 Richard II. Seal.|
|[Notts.]||C. 3297. Grant by Robert son of Adam le Mouner of Cossale, to Sir Robert de Cossale, parson of the church of Heygham, of land in Cossale, abutting at one end on 'le Southebrok,' and at the other on Trowellgate. Saturday the feast of St. George the martyr, 19 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Notts.]||C. 3298. Release by Henry Perot of Cossale, to Adam the miller of Cossale, of all his right in land [in Cossale] which the said Adam holds of him for twenty-six years, in the place called 'le Long Ryding.' Thursday after St. Nicholas the confessor, 6 Edward II.|
|[Herts.]||C. 3299. Release by John Prudde alias John Hasteler, and John Vessy the elder, to John Blythe and Joan his wife, late the wife of John Osteler, and afterwards wife of John Fyssher, of all their right in a garden in St. Albans, in the street called 'Halywellestrete' by Hallywelle bridge, adjoining the bank called 'Halywelle.' Witnesses:—Henry Dyper, bailiff of St. Albans, and others (named). Midsummer, 19 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.|
|[Wilts.]||C. 3300. Attornment by Katherine Freebody, late the wife of Walter Berton of Heyworth, to John Cole and William Hertheneve of Heyworth, for a third part of lands granted to them by Richard Berton, Walter's son and heir, at Pryvetheye in Wotton Basset, which third part she holds in dower for life. Monday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 9 Richard II. Fragment of seal.|