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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|Surrey.||C. 3501. Demise by John Parker, scribe, citizen of London, and Rouland Chambre of London, 'sergeant,' to George Irland, knight, citizen and alderman of London, and Margaret his wife, John Crosby, knight, citizen and alderman of the same, Thomas Rigby, gentleman, John Michell and John Stokes, citizens and grocers of the same, of their manor of Clopham and lands &c. in the fields, town, and parish of Clopham, which the grantors lately had of the demise of Richard Lee, knight and alderman, and others (named). 1 April, 12 Edward IV. Two seals.|
|Surrey.||C. 3502. Release by Isabella Cobbe, kinswoman and heiress of William Cobbe the elder, late citizen and glover of London, and daughter of William Cobbe the younger, deceased, son and heir of the said William Cobbe the elder, to Thomas Forstall and Agnes his wife, of all her right in all the lands &c. in Pekham in Camberwell parish, which the said William Cobbe the elder, with others (named), lately had of the demise of Robert Chamberlayn and Andrew Kebbyll. 12 November, 7 Edward IV. Seal.|
|Leic.||C. 3503. Conveyance by John Sponne, kinsman and heir of William Sponne, clerk, to Nicholas Temple, esquire, of all the messuages and lands &c. in Shepey Parva, Bilston and Leycester, formerly belonging to Ralph Hurlman or Thomas Hurlman his son, and which John Flaunders granted to the said William Sponne and others (named), whom the said William survived, and died seised of the premises. 4 October, 4 Edward IV. Seal.|
|[Leic.]||C. 3504. Letter of attorney by the above named John Sponne, authorising John Bilston and William Gardiner to deliver seisin to Nicholas Temple of the said premises. Dated as above. Seal.|
|[Merion.]||C. 3505. Award of Edward Beaupie, 'squier,' and Moris Mongomery, 'yoman ussher of my lorde prince's halle,' in a dispute between Hugh Lloid, of the lordship of Denbigh in the March of Wales, 'squier,' and Moris ap Jevan ap Tomlyn, alias Moris Hogton, brother of the said Hugh, 'of the Bala in Penllyn,' gentleman, concerning 'certain livelode of their enheritance' in Bala; viz. the said Hugh and Moris with advice of their friends are to make equal partition of the said 'livelode' by Michaelmas next, and each release to the other his share; and whereas it is in mortgage in the hands of Sir Roger Kynaston, knight, for 18l. Hugh is to pay 14l. and Moris 4l. towards the discharge thereof by Michaelmas next &c. 10 September, 22 Edward IV. English. Seal and portion of seal.|
|[Norf.]||C. 3506. Sale by Andrew Marsham of Southreppys, to Robert Neweman of Erlys Framyngham, of a place in Southreppes, with all the closes belonging thereto, and all the lands except two acres of 'bonde londe,' and a pightle called 'Woderovys yerd,' for 100 marks, to be paid at the dates specified; Margaret, Andrew's wife, is to release all her right in the premises, and she and Andrew are to have a chamber in the east end of the Bakhous, and a stable and the slaughter-house till Christmas next, and a yard called 'the Duffhous yerd' till Michaelmas next. 26 May, 15 Edward IV. English. Seal.|
|[Staff.]||C. 3507. Grant by William de Grafton, to Richard de Verney the younger, of all the rents which the grantor had from Robert de Grafton and from Richard son of Thomas de Grafton, for the tenements which they held of him in the fee of Madeley. Witnesses:—Robert, lord of Oniley, William de Bregewey, and others (named). Friday after the Epiphany, 3 Edward II.|
|Salop.||C. 3508. Demise by Geoffrey Barton, the abbot, and the convent, of St. Mary's, Lylsyll, to Hugh Dawes of Coventry, draper, of pasture in Bryggenorth called 'Lenyes Lesnez,' extending from land called 'the chauntery land' to the Severn, and from Rouland Gravener's land to the brook called 'Canteren broke'; for forty-one years from the Annunciation next, paying 8s. yearly. 11 March, 21 Henry VII.|
|[Essex.]||C. 3509. Grant by William Gayt of Haveryng atte Boure, and Petronilla his wife, to Richard Bromwich and John Floure, citizens and clothiers of London, and William Heed of Romford, of land in Haveryng, in the hamlet of Romford, called 'Cookeshawe,' with the buildings thereon, extending southwards to the high road from Romford market-place to London, with further grant of a curtilage with a dovecot in Haveryng, adjoining the high road from Romford chapel to the tenement called 'le Hoo.' Witnesses:—John Bokenham, bailiff of Haveryng, and others (named). 28 December, 22 Richard II.|
|N'hamp.]||C. 3510. Demise by John Greiby, the master, and the brethren, of the hospital of the Holy Trinity next Kyngesthorp, to John Man, John Egle and John Hamme, all of Norhampton, bakers, of their two watermills called 'Abyngdon Milnes' at Abyngdon by Norhampton with 'le dam,' fishings, waters, and pastures &c. for their lives, from Michaelmas next, paying twelve quarters of wheat and 6s. 8d. yearly; the grantees are not to cut any willows growing there without leave, but may cut off 'stoecynges and shredynges' as often as they please &c. Thursday after the Assumption, I Henry VI.|
|[Radnor]||C. 3511. Grant in tail by Walter de Borware, to William son of John Thomkyns, and Margery his wife, of all his lands and tenements in the lordship of 'la Dyche,' except an acre called 'Wyllynacre' 'Le Dyche,' Sunday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 44 Edward III.|
|[Dorset.]||C. 3512. Grant by John Benefeld, to John Cranell and John Goky, of 16s. yearly rent issuing from the tenement with a curtilage which John Priour and Joan his wife hold for life in the east street of Brideport with the reversion of the said tenement after their death; also further grant of two tenements with curtilages in Brideport, one in Stakelane adjoining the ditch called 'la Wydich.' Witnesses:—John Hayward, John Rogere, bailiffs of Brideport, and others (named). Monday before the Annunciation, 18 Richard II. Seal.|
|Hants.||C. 3513. Indenture whereby Sir Gilbert de Ellesfeld, knight, the elder, agrees with Sir Richard de Beaufo, knight, that the latter's son, John, shall marry Sir Gilbert's daughter, Eleyne, and Sir Richard shall enfeof one or two men in fee simple with the moiety of his manor of Noteshillyng, who shall appear at the octave of Michaelmas next in the king's court at the suit of Sir Richard by a writ of covenant, and by a fine to be levied between them Sir Richard shall acknowledge the right of the said moiety to belong to the one of them who shall be enfeoffed, who shall restore the said moiety to Sir Richard for life, with remainder to John and Eleyne in tail, and to Sir Richard's right heirs &c. Bolehuthe, 10 May, 9 Edward III. French. Seal, imperfect.|
|[Linc.]||C. 3514. Demise by Thomas Foukys of Kirketon in Holand, and Isabella his wife, late the wife of Roger Howson of the same, to Alice Foukys of the same, mother of Thomas, late the wife of John Foukys, formerly of the same, for her life, of a plot of land with buildings thereon in Kyrketon Edyke, abutting on the common way called 'Edykegate'; with letter of attorney authorising Richard Tonnard of Frampton to deliver seisin. 8 July, 17 Henry VII. Seal, broken.|
|[Bucks.]||C. 3515. Appointment by Sir Richard Pole, knight, lord of Elisbourough, of his servant Thomas Holand, to be bailiff of Elisbourough, with power to sell the woods within the lordship, commanding all tenants and inhabitants there to obey the said Holand. Westminster, 4 March, 6 Henry VII. Signed. English.|
|Merion.||C. 3516. Grant by David ap Llewellyn ap Gruff [ydd] ap Res, a free tenant of the king of the town of Penaron in the commote of Penllyn, to Robert ap Hoell Vychan, a free tenant of the king of the town of Ruwedok in the same commote, of a messuage called 'Ryd Castell,' tenements called 'Tethyn y Gryn gragh,' 'Tethyn allt e gwyne,' and 'Tethyn Jokus Coydyn,' a messuage called 'Y Ty Maur' in Llanvllyn, a tenement called 'Tethyn Jevan ap Jolyn,' a meadow called 'Y Wiregloth Wen,' a tenement called 'Y Tethyn Mawr' in y Kyfty, and a messuage called 'Y Ty' in Llan Gower, and 'Tethyn Pant y Margh,' in Penaron, Llangower, Penanllew, Tref Castell and Tref Kyfty in the said commote, and all other his lands and messuages &c. in the said places or elsewhere in the same county. 2 November, 18 Henry VII.|
C. 3517. Grant by Richard Leftwiche of Leftwiche, the elder, to
Thomas Leftwiche of Northwich, Henry Leftwiche of Leftwiche, Richard
Venables of Northwode, and Thomas Newhall, chaplain, of a salt-cote in
Nantwich (Wico Malbano), a messuage and lands and a free rent of 3s. 4d. in
Shipbroke, lands and tenements in Bradford, free rents of 2s. 10d. in Shurlache, and 4s. 6d. in Davenham, the moiety of a salt-cote in Northwich, and a
close in Leftwiche called 'Long acre,' for carrying out the grantor's will
as declared in certain indentures made between him and Richard his son
and heir apparent. 4 March, 21 Henry VII. Signed.
Endorsed: Memorandum of names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
|[Norf.]||C. 3518. Sale by Thomas Kedelham of Southreppes, to Andrew Marsham of the same, of a 'mese' with closes adjoining, in Southreppes, and land in Southreppes, Thorp, Antyngham and Gonton, with all necessaries and other things 'that be nayle fast and rote fast within the premises, for 140 marks, to be paid as herein specified, thirty-seven acres being holden for free land, five acres, soiled land, and three acres, bond land &c. 2 August, 38 Henry VI. English. Seal.|
|Essex.||C. 3519. Grant by John Onger, to Robert Spenser, William Bechamp, knight, Thomas Botiller, knight, William Venour and Thomas Skargyll, esquires, John Everton, William Godyng and John Rycher, of meadow land called 'Oldechirchemede,' with a croft in Haveryng atte Boure, adjoining land called 'Oldechirchehawe,' and the highway from 'le Oldechirchecrosse' to 'le Oldesmyth.' 6 June, 30 Henry VI.|
|[Devon.]||C. 3520. Demise by Hugh Luyton, the prior, and the convent, of St. Mary Magdalene, Barnstaple, to Richard Peperer of Barnstaple, tailor (parmyter), and Margery his wife, for their lives, of two tenements within their fee of Barnstaple, one adjoining the convent garden called 'Jordanyswyll,' with further grant of another tenement with a garden and meadow adjoining in Barnstaple. 21 September, 32 Henry VI.|
|[Bedf.]||C. 3521. Release by Eustace Haukyn of Thornecote, to Thomas Tome of Sondey, and William Boteler of Northyzell, of all his right in land in the meadow of Beston called 'Wydefan,' part abutting on the river, part on Mayes Hoke, and part on Wydefandyche. 12 February, 6 Henry VII.|
C. 3522. Demise by Walter le Graunt, to Simon le Veutre, Geoffrey
atte Wycrofte, William atte Horshye, Adam le Veutre, John le Veutre,
and John de Langehurst, for four years, of all his land between lands of
William atte Cluse, John le Veutre, Matilda de Chalfold and Robert atte
Lind, except a messuage, gardens, and grove, &c. paying 40s. yearly; the
grantees to allow Walter to till or plough the land for seven weeks before
Christmas at the end of the term. Witnesses:—William de Neudegate, and
others (named). Christmas, 20 Edward I.
Endorsed: 'A dede of certen landes lying in Rusper' &c.
|[Bedf.]||C. 3523. Release by Matilda, late the wife of John Partesoyll of Bekelyswade, widow, to Thomas Ivel of Beeston, of all her right in all the lands and tenements which he had of the gift of her late husband in Beeston. 7 February, 5 Henry V. Seal.|
|Devon.||C. 3524. Grant by William Peperell of Pynysford, to John Lugere son and heir of John Lugere, of all his messuages and lands &c. called 'Lyxton' within Hethfeld manor in the parish of Aneton Gyfford; with letter of attorney authorising Geoffrey Clerke and William Hervy to deliver seisin. 19 September, 22 Henry VII.|
|Merion.||C. 3525. Grant by David Holond alias David ap Gruff[ydd] Holond, burgess of Bala, to Richard Holond, clerk, of all his messuages &c in Bala and elsewhere in the commote of Penllyn. 6 November, 21 Henry VII. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||C. 3526. Agreement whereby John de Soutford of Solihull grants to John de Blosmevile of the same, licence to construct a watercourse (gulteram) in the grantor's road at Hertispittes whenever he wishes to fish or dig marl there, the grantee undertaking to build a bridge over the said watercourse, so that carts and other weights may cross it safely and to dam up the said watercourse 'cum ibidem marliavero vel piscavero'; the said parties bind themselves to the king in 100s. each to observe this agreement. Witnesses:—Sir Peter, rector of the church of Maystok, and others (named). Wednesday before Midsummer, 8 Edward [I]. Copy.|
|[Bedf.] [Herts.]||C. 3527. Release by John Tetesworth, son and heir of Nicholas Tetesworth, to John Haldenby and Margery his wife, of all his right in the manor of Wypsnade and in all the lands &c. in Stodham, Eyton, Toturnho Dunstaple, Houghton, Kenesworth, and Cadyngton, and in the town and halmote of Berkehamsted, which his said father had of the gift of Margery Raven, late the wife of Master Richard Raven. Feast of the Conception, 13 Henry IV.|
|Middx.||C. 3528. Letter of attorney by John Kyngesden, citizen and goldsmith of London, son and heir of Simon Kyngesden alias Kyng, late citizen and brewer of the same, authorising John Boure and Richard Ruggevale to deliver seisin to William Brokherst of Iseldon, of all the lands &c. in the parish of Harengeye, which the grantor inherited after his said father's death &c. 20 June, 15 Henry VI.|
|Middx.||C. 3529. Grant by the same, to the said William Brokherst, of the premises described in C. 3528. 20 June, 15 Henry VI.|
|Middx.||C. 3530. Release by the same, to the same, of all right in the said premises. 9 July, 15 Henry VI.|
|Herts.||C. 3531. Grant by Thomas, earl Marshal, and earl of Nottingham, lord of Moubray, Segrave and Gower, to Thomas Walleys, of an annuity of 10 marks for life, out of his manor of Weston by Baldok. 17 March, 5 Henry IV. French.|
C. 3532. Certificate by Gilbert de Wyghtreshame, citizen and fishmonger of London, that whereas a verbal agreement (locutio) was lately
made between Joan, late the wife of William de Wightreshame, and
himself, viz. that the said Joan should demise to him all the lands in
Wightreshame formerly the said William's, at a yearly rent of 30l. by virtue
of which he has occupied the lands and received the rents as farmer up to
the present without any indentures or other writing between them; he
acknowledges that he never has claimed, nor does claim, other estate in the
premises than at Joan's will, and he surrenders to her whatever of the
premises he has in possession, agreeing never hereafter to make any claim
thereto by reason of the demise or occupation aforesaid. 1 June, 45
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in July of the said year.
|[Bedf.]||C. 3533. Grant by Isabella Ampthull, to John 'Cornewayll, lord of Founhope and baron of Mylbrook, of a cottage in Dunstaplestret, Ampthull, adjoining a messuage of the lord of Ampthull. Sunday after Holy Trinity, 12 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||C.3534. Confirmation by Hugh de Lisures, at the request 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 Lisoures, brother of Hugh, gave to Peter, with all liberties belonging, including the multure of Hugh's men of Abinton. Witnesses:—Ralph Basset, Walter de Coventre and others (named).|
|Engld. Wales.||C. 3535. Letters patent by John, duke of Norfolk, earl Marsha and earl of Nottingham, marshal of England, lord of Moubray, Segrave and Gower, granting to John Wyngefeld, esquire, for life, the office of steward of all the castles and manors &c. which came to the grantor by the death of Edmund Leynthale, esquire, in England, Wales, and the marches of Wales, with a yearly fee of 20l. 20 April, 25 Henry VI. Signed. Fragment of seal.|
|[Hants.]||C. 3536. Demise by Thomas de Stonore, esquire, and Thomas Chaucere, with others, enfeoffed by the said Thomas de Stonore in the manor of Penyton Meysy, to William Whythygg of Enam, of the said manor of Penyton Meysy, except the woods and the advowson of the church there, for seven years from Michaelmas next, paying 22l. yearly; the grantee to keep the houses of the said manor in repair, except the hall, kitchen, bakehouse, and a building called 'le knyght Chambre,' now ruinous, which Thomas and his feoffees are to repair within the first year. Witnesses:— Thomas Sakevyle, knight, and others (named) &c. 1 May, 1 Henry VI. Seal.|
|Middx.||C. 3537. Grant by William atte Felde of Harengey parish, yeoman, son and heir of Stephen atte Felde, late of the same, deceased, son and heir of Adam atte Felde and Margaret his wife, to Thomas Marchall, butcher, Thomas Plumer, scribe, citizens of London, Thomas Mayhewe and Richard Herbert, of the said parish, yeomen, of a tenement with gardens &c. in Harengey parish. 7 June, 2 Edward IV.|
C. 3538. Sale by Thomas Everard and Thomas atte Asshe, citizens
and mercers of London, executors of the will of Alan Everard late citizen
and mercer of the same, William de Somerdeby, rector of the church of
St. Mary Magdalene, Milk Street, London, and Henry de Sudbury, citizen
and skinner of London, to Adam de Carlele, citizen and clothier of London,
and Mary his wife, of a tenement with buildings &c. which the said Alan
had in St. Mary Magdalene parish, abutting on the highway leading to
Chepe, and on a tenement of the abbot and convent of Tilteye. John
Lovekyn, mayor, John Warde and Thomas atte Lee, sheriffs, of London.
Monday the feast of St. Clement, 40 Edward III. Seal and portions of
two seals, one of arms.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment in the husting of London for common pleas, on the above date.
|Wilts.||C. 3539. Indenture between Dame Jane Darell, late the wife of Sir George Darell, knight, and Edmund Lyte, witnessing that if the said Jane shall peaceably enjoy all the lands &c. which she has of the said Edmund's gift in Rygge, Teterygge and Froxfeld for the next five years, then she will pay to Thomas Bowryng and John Mychell 12l. 13s. 4d. to Edmund's use; but if she be troubled in the possession of the premises she shall be allowed such reasonable costs for defending the same at law as the said Thomas and John shall think fit, to the amount of the above sum &c. 20 November, 22 Edward IV. English. Fragment of seal.|
|[Dorset.]||C. 3540. Grant by Richard Ramesham, to John le Hattere of Brideport, of a tenement with a curtilage in Brideport, to be held of the king in capite. Monday before St. Thomas the apostle, 10 Edward III. Seal.|
C. 3541. Release by Simon de Norhampton, citizen and cordwainer
(allutar[ius]) of London, and Roysia his wife, to John le Joevene of
Staundone, of all their right in all their tenements with houses built thereon
in the parish of St Mary of Aldermariecherche, London, adjoining
Cordewanerestrete, St. Mary's churchyard, and the highway called
Wattlingestrete. Witnesses:—John de Wenegrave, mayor of London, John
de Dallingg and John Poyntel, sheriffs of the same, and others (named).
Saturday the feast of the translation of St. Thomas the martyr,
13 Edward II.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment in the husting of London for pleas of land, on Monday the morrow of St. Mary Magdalene in the laid year.
|[Middx.]||C. 3542. Release by Thomas Spayne, citizen and fishmonger of London, to John Whaplode, citizen of the same, and Joan his wife, of all his right in the shop, with solers built upon it, which the grantees have of the gift of John Coggere, of the county of Essex, in the. old fish market (veteri piscenaria) in the parish of St. Nicholas Coldabbey, London. Adam Bamme, then mayor of London, Thomas Vynent and John Fraunceys, sheriffs of the same. 2 May, 14 Richard II.|
|[Wilts.]||C. 3543. Demise by Robert Sowpell, to John Mildenhale and his wife, and Nicholas Mildenhale, for their lives, of a tenement with a curtilage in Remmesbury, abutting on the street called 'Oxenfordistrete,' paying 2s. yearly. 5 January, 30 Henry VI.|
|[Devon.]||C. 3544. Grant by William Smythmor of Tavystok, and Agnes his wife, to Walter Smythmor, their son, of a tenement with an orchard in Tavystok, between the high road leading from the pillory of Tavystok to Hurdewyk, and the lane called 'le Nywewye.' Friday after St. Matthew, 12 Edward III. Two seals, imperfect.|
|Kent.||C. 3545. Grant by John Fox of 'la Doune,' to John Pettle, of all the lands and tenements which he lately had of the gift of Sampson Bailly in the parish of 'la Doune' aforesaid. Wednesday after St. Ambrose the bishop and confessor, 6 Henry IV. Seal, defaced.|
|[Kent.]||C. 3546. Grant by Ralph ate Grove and Margery his wife, to William Cristemesse, of all the land and wood in the parish of Edelmesbrug, lying in Cobbyngbure, which the said Margery acquired from William de Cobbyngebure, with reasonable way to go, drive, and carry from the high road from Cobbyngebure to Sardenne, and through the land and gate of William de Cobbyngebure. Sunday after St. Matthias in February, 7 Edward III. Seal, defaced.|
|[Kent.]||C. 3547. Grant by Richard Hamfrey of 'la Doune,' to Sampson Child of the same, for 30s. of all his land in the fields called 'Belyes Londez,' which land Richard acquired from Matilda his sister and John Coupere and Avice his wife. Monday the morrow of St. Mark the Evangelist, 9 Edward II.|
|Kent.||C. 3548. Release by Richard Philpot of Shorne, to William Halton, of all his right in the lands and tenements &c. in the parish of All Saints in Hoo, or elsewhere in the same county, which they jointly had of the gift of Thomas Bounde. 22 January, 23 Henry VI.|
|[Kent.]||C. 3549. Grant by Alice, daughter of Richard Bisaynd, to John Chyld, for 23s. of a croft of land in the parish of 'la Doune,' paying yearly 5d. to the chief lord of the fee on Mid-Lent Sunday. 2 Edward II.|
|Kent.||C. 3550. Grant by Richard Godard of Downe, to Henry Chauncy, gentleman, and John Pettley of Downe, of a tenement with a garden and croft at Lesegrene in Coodham parish, abutting on the high road from Lesegrene to Byggunhull called 'Wallestrete,' on the field called 'Brykmeresfeld,' and on the common called 'Lesegrene.' Last day of April, 15 Henry VII.|
|Kent.||C. 3551. Demise by William Bruyn, John Beauley, and William Testwode, to John Alfegh, Henry Hexstall, John Ware, and John Godemond, of a tenement called 'Loukyns' in St. Mary's parish, Hoo hundred, with other lands and tenements &c. heading southward on a certain croft by Wyndegate and northward on the high road; with further demise of marshes called 'Sprakemerssh,' 'Pyggyshokys,' 'Bratheham,' 'Fylhoke,' 'Plotteham,' and 'Boundehoke,' and two 'hammes' adjoining the said tenement; with letter of attorney authorising Richard Wybarn to deliver seisin. 12 March, 16 Edward IV. Three seals.|
|Kent.||C. 3552. Release by John 'Jolyf of 'la Doune,' to Thomas Petle of the same, of all his right in all the lands and tenements which formerly belonged to Thomas Jolyf his father, in the parish of 'la Doune' and Codham. Feast of St. Leonard the abbot, 12 Henry IV.|
|Essex.||C. 3553. Release by Sir Thomas Whappelode, prior of Latton, to Sir Thomas Dane, prior of Bierden, of all actions. 7 February, 21 Henry VI. Portion of seal.|
|[Dorset.]||C. 3554. Grant by John Knych, clerk, to John Mankyswyll, of a tenement in the west street of Brydeport, and yearly rents of 16d. issuing from two tenements in the east street of the said town, with the reversion of the said tenements. 22 September, 22 Henry VI. Seal.|
|Dorset.||C. 3555. Release by the same, to the same, of all his right in the premises granted in C. 3554. 24 September, 22 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Kent.]||C. 3556. Grant by Stephen de Deleham, of the parish of St. Mary in Hoo, to John Willeam the younger, of a piece of land in the said parish in a place called 'Nethirgore crofte,' adjoining the lane called 'Croudene lane.' All Saints day, 47 Edward III. Seal of arms.|
|Dorset. Wilts.||C. 3557. Grant by John Deye and John Forde, chaplains, and William Byerdene, to Michael Brook, of a remainder in tail in the manor of Mangerton and in lands, messuages, and rents, in Estmelplasshe and Mapoudre, and in a messuage, lands, and rents, in Hullethroppe near Remmesbury, a remainder in fee in the said premises having been granted to the present grantors by Thomas Brook, knight, and Joan his wife, to whom a contingent remainder in the premises had been granted by Robert Veel and Hugh Sanford, expectant on the death of John Remmesbury and Matilda his wife without issue between them, to whom the said Robert and Hugh had granted a remainder in the premises after the death of the then tenants; if the said Michael die without issue, the premises are to remain to the right heirs of the said Thomas or Joan, whichever of them shall outlive the other. 1 May, 17 Richard II. Seal.|
|Kent.||C. 3558. Release by Joan, late the wife of Richard Bayly, of Doune, widow, to Simon Schott, the elder, of Bromlegh, of all her right in all her lands and tenements in the parish of Downe or elsewhere in the same county. 3 October, 35 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Kent.]||C. 3559. Indenture witnessing that whereas Henry Partrych, Roger Dalham, and Percyvall Lyvere have leased to Alexander Barton lands and tenements in the parish of St. Mary's, Halwistowe, in the hundred of Hoo which had belonged to Stephen de Dalhara, for eight years from Michaelmas 49 Edward [III], grandfather of the present king, paying 10 marks yearly, and the rent being 31l. 13s. 4d. in arrear, and action of debt having been brought against Alexander and the lands recovered &c. as herein stated, they nevertheless grant to the said Alexander that he may hold the lands peaceably till the end of the term aforesaid, and then they will give to him and to Joan his wife estate and feoffment in all the premises, for which Alexander shall pay 20l. [1–6 Richard II.] French.|
|[Kent.]||C. 3560. Grant by John de Caumpes, son of Iter de Caumpes, late citizen of London, to John Scryvayn of 'la Doune,' of all his land in a field called 'Wynteresfeld,' with a grove called 'Hulgrof.' Friday the feast of St. Katherine the virgin, 30 Edward III. Portion of seal.|
|[Worc.]||C. 3561. Grant by Florence de Beauchaump, to John Aleyn of Wych, for her own life, of land in Wytton St. Peter, lying in fields called 'Loulleleye' and 'Souggenhyde,' paying 3s. yearly. Tuesday after Michaelmas, 7 Edward III. French. Seal.|
|[Kent.]||C. 3562. Grant by Robert son of Henry de Brok of Medburne, rector of the church of St. Mary in Hoo, to James, son of Alice Bonde, of the parish of St. Mary in Hoo, of eight day works (deywarcas) of land in the same parish in the tenure of the abbot and convent of Reding, in a place called 'Suthfeld.' 15 Edward II.|
|Lanc. York. Linc.||C. 3563. Demise by Thomas, duke of Exeter, earl of Dorset and Harecurt, and admiral of England, Aquitaine, and Ireland, to William Haryngton, knight, Richard Walton and John Grissyngham, chaplains, of all his estate in the castle and manor of Horneby, co. Lancashire, and in the manors of Farneley and Hoton Longvilers, co. York, and Appelby, co. Lincoln, with all his estate in all other manors, lands, advowsons of churches, priories and chantries &c. in the said counties lately belonging to Robert Nevile of Horneby, knight; paying 280l. yearly to the grantor, during his life, in St. Paul's Cathedral, London, at the altar by the shrine of St. Erkenwald. Witnesses:—Richard Redemane, John de Langton. Richard Stanhope, and Robert de Haryngton, knights, and others (named). 29 (penultimo die) April, 2 Henry VI.|
C. 3564. Grant by Roger Franceys, to Adam de la Kalne, clerk, for
15s. 6d., of an acre of meadow stretching to Eydicg, paying 1d. yearly.
Witnesses:—John Mael, Nicholas Mervin, John Travers, and others
Endorsed: ' In Welynton.'
|Kent.||C. 3565. Grant by Nicholas Lathell, gentleman, and John Clerk, citizen and grocer of London, to John Catesby, knight, and Elizabeth hns wife, of all their lands and tenements &c. in the parishes of Orpyngton and Farnburgh, which formerly were Richard Couper's, and in the parish or Orpyngton at Crofton, which Thomas Couper the younger lately acquired from William Gyrdeler of St. Mary's Cray; with letter of attorney authorising John Dey and John Norcotes to deliver seisin. 24 March, 23 Edward IV. Signed.|
|Salop.||C. 3566. Grant by George de Haukeston, kinsman and heir of Richard de Haukeston, his grandfather, to lady Elizabeth, late the wife of Nicholas de Audeley of Helegh, knight, John Tochet, knight, and Hugh de Holes, of all his lands &c. in the county named. Sylvynton, 18 February, 19 Richard II.|
|[Hants.]||C. 3567. Grant by Denise, relict of John de Colesburne, widow, to John son of Walter the marshal of Maresfeld, for his life, of all the land with a messuage &c. which she had of the gift of John de Tauntune, her brother, inPenitune Meysi; for which grant the said Walter has given to the said John his son, and John's heirs by the said Denise, all his land &c. in Marsefeld. Witnesses:—Walter Erkebaud and Alexander le Riche, bailiffs of Andevere, William de Merse, parson of Wye, John de Mulebroc, parson of Penitune Meysi, and others (named). Monday before St. Edward, 48 Henry III.|
|Staff. Salop. Chesh.||C. 3568. Letter of attorney by Richard Hawkyn, vicar of the church of Madeley, authorising Hugh Walker of Madeley and Roger Clerke to deliver seisin to Ralph de Eggerton the elder, esquire", son of William de Eggerton, of the manors of Chetulton co. Stafford, and Wryme co. Cheshire, and of all his other manors and lands &c. in the counties named. Monday before St. Matthias, 30 Henry VI. Portion of seal.|
|[Derby.]||C. 3569. Grant by Robert Rawelyn of Makkeneye, to William, lord of Makkeneye and Alice his wife, of 6d. yearly rent which Thomas le Jevene pays for land in Makkeneye. Friday after the translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 33 Edward I.|
C. 3570. Release by Ralph de Eggerton, son of William de Eggerton,
to Richard le Fleccher, parson of the church of Hasulwall, and Richard
Haukyn, vicar of the church of Madeley, of his manors of Smalewode,
Neubold, and Caldecote, and of all his lands &c. within the lordships of
Pekemere, Shokelache, Neuton, Horton, Norton, Farnedon, Crewe, and
Haywode. Witnesses:—Laurence Waren, knight, and others (named).
Feast of the Annunciation, 8 Henry VI. Portion of seal of arms.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment at Chester on Tuesday after the close of Easter in the said year.
C. 3571. Grant by the same, to the same, of the premises described
in C. 3570. Witnesses:—William de Brereton, Thomas le Grosvenour,
and others (named). Monday after St. Barnabas, 4 Henry VI. Portion
of seal of arms.
Endorsed: As C. 3570.
|[Warw.]||C. 3572. Grant by John son of William atte Birche, to William son of Hugh le Bustelere, and Agnes his wife, of a croft with a meadow in the same called 'Clarissewallefeld' in Solyhull, adjoining a lane leading from the church of St. Alphege, Solyhull, to Longedone Halle, and extending to Longedone Hallefeld. Wednesday the feast of St. Margaret the virgin 25 Edward III. Seal.|
C. 3573. Grant by Isabel Brother, late the wife of John Brother the
elder, late citizen of London, widow, to Richard Wolmare, citizen of London
of view, opening, light, air, and clearness, through a certain window barred
with iron or wood in the west gable of his house adjoining her plot in
St. Botolph's parish towards Bylingesgate, London; the window is to
be made of the dimensions specified. Witnesses:—Sir Henry le Wallys,
mayor of London, Thomas Saly and Richard de Reffam, sheriffs of the
same, and others (named). 1 April, 27 Edward I.
Endorsed: 'Istud scriptum irrotulatur inrotulis placitorum de nocumentis die Veneris in crastno Sancti Jacobi anno regni Regis Edwardi tercii post conquestum quinto, London.'
|[Kent.]||C. 3574. Release by Henry Bysett of 'la Doune ' to Thomas Jolyf of the same, of all his right in all the lands and tenements which the former inherited, after the death of Thomas Byset his father, in Codham and Doune Saturday after the Epiphany, 2 Richard [II].|
|Wilts.||C. 3575. Indenture whereby William Darell agrees to marry Elizabeth daughter and heir of Thomas Calston, esquire, before St. Andrew's day next, and the said Thomas and Marin his wife undertake to enfeof certain persons named with Litlecote manor and 100s. rent in Ebelesborn Wake such persons to re-enfeof them with the same for their lives, with remainder to the said William Darell and Elizabeth in tail, and Thomas shall make to the latter, a sure estate, in tail, after his own death, in the remainder of Knyghton manor and of his messuage of Beaule by Lacok, with all his other lands &c. in Beaule Lacok, Natton, and Marleburgh, and in the county of Wilts or elsewhere, except his lands &c. in the county of Dorset, a messuage which Thomas Coke holds in Marleburgh, and another messuage in Devizes &c. in consideration of which Darell is to pay Calston 300l. immediately after the making of the said feoffments &c. 21 December, 14 Henry IV. French. Seal.|
|[Kent.]||C. 3576. Grant by Stephen Whytebard of Halghesto in the hundred of Hoo, to Adam Lovekyn of St. Mary's parish in the same hundred, of marsh pasture for twenty-three sheep in the said parish in two places viz. pasture for seventeen and a half sheep in the marsh called 'Waterschipemerssch,' and for five and a half sheep in that called 'Littlemerssch.' 26 May, 1 Henry IV. Seal.|
|Surrey.||C. 3577. Grant by John Sondeford of Camerwell parish, Robert Tatersall, citizen and clothier of London, John Sandwich, vicar of the church of Camerwell, and Robert Valence, to Henry Melleward, citizen and 'coupere' of London, and Isabella his wife, of a garden with the small grange built thereon in the said parish, adjoining the field called 'le Werthe,' for their lives. 6 February, 5 Henry V. Two seals.|
|[Kent.]||C. 3578. Grant by John ate More of Edulmebregge, to William le Trecche, for 24s. of all the lands and tenements which the grantor lately acquired from William ate Ford of Hertefeld, in Edulmesbregge. Sunday before St. James, 11 Edward II. Seal.|
|Worc.||C. 3579. Grant by Robert Darnell of Wyke-by-Pershore, husbandman, son and heir of Agnes Baggepathe, late the wife of John Cowpar of Wyke, to Giles Grevile of the same, gentleman, of all the lands and tenements in Wyke aforesaid, which he lately had of the gift of John Smyth of Pensham and others (named). 12 January, 14 Henry VII.|
C. 3580. Grant by John Ludyngton, son and heir of John Ludyngton,
to John Brian and Thomas his son, of all his lands and tenements &c. in the
lane called 'Secollane' in the suburb of London, in the ward of Faryngdon
Without. John Norhampton, mayor of London, John Bely and Adam
Bamme, sheriffs of the same. Michaelmas, 6 Richard II. Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment in the busting of London for common pleas held on Monday after All Saints in the above year.
|[Worc.]||C. 3581. Sale by William Vampage, gentleman, to Thomas Brugge, gentleman, for 4l. of all his goods and stuff within the dwelling-place of the manor of Wyke, being now the manor of the said Thomas. The Invention of the Holy Cross, 16 Edward IV. English. Signed. Seal.|
C. 3582. (1.) Grant by Stephen Maynarde, to Geoffrey atte Crouche,
of a yearly rent of 41d. which the latter pays for a tenement that he holds
of Stephen in the town of Haryngey, of the manor called 'Toppesfeldes,'
rendering yearly a garland (cerium) of red roses to the grantor. Monday
after Midsummer, 48 Edward III.
(2.) Release by William Maynard, to Geffrey atte Crouche of Haryngey, of the wardship, marriage, and relief &c. by which he holds a messuage and land, as part of the manor of the said William called 'Toppesfeldes in the town of Harynggeye, reserving the yearly payment of a chaplet (chapellet) of roses, and doing suit once a year at William's court of Toppesfeldes. 2 June, 2 Richard II. French.
|[Middx.]||C. 3583. Grant by Walter Cros, citizen and fishmonger of London, to John son of Gilbert le Leche, late citizen of London, and, in tail, to Idonia, sister of the same John, wife of John de Mocking of Somerset, citizen and fishmonger of London, of all the grantor's tenement with houses built thereon, in the lane called 'Rethereslane' in the parish of St. Margaret, Bridgestrete, London, with remainder in fee to the said John de Mocking. Witnesses:—John de Wyngrave, mayor of London, and others (named). Thursday after St. Peter in Cathedra, 11 Edward II.|
|[Suff.] Camb.||C. 3584. Sale by Robert Clopton, citizen and alderman of London, to John Gerveys of Bury St. Edmunds, of his lands and tenements in Bury, Fornham Alhalwyn, Fornham Martyn, Berton, 'and in other tounes there,' for 400 marks to be paid at the feasts specified; Robert is to make to John sufficient estate in the premises at Halumesse next, when John shall find him surety for the said payment, and for John's greater security, Robert is to make to him a reasonable surety of an annuity of 20 marks in his manor of Wyndey co. Cambridge, or in other fee simple lands; and John Harpour, farmer of the said lands, shall have 'fre entre and issu to thresshyn, fannyn, and caryen all his cornes, straw and chaf howsyd in the bernes there in to the feste of Estryn nest commynge' &c. 20 July, 23 Henry VI. English. Copy.|
|Middx.||C. 3585. Grant by Stephen Brokherst of Strode in Haryngey parish, to Simon Kyng, citizen and brewer of London, and, in fee, to Margery his wife, of a croft in Haryngey parish called 'Lanerdislond.' 7 December, 1 Henry VI.|
|Dorset.||C. 3586. Demise by William Darell, esquire, to John Westby, esquire, of the county of Dorset, of all his lands and tenements &c. in Brokhampton and Gussehich All Saints, for twenty years from Easter next, paying 20s. yearly. 12 February, 3 Henry VI.|
|Kent.||C. 3587. Release by John Cardyff, clerk, John Wilkyn, and John Halle, to William Halton, of all their right in the lands and tenements &c. which they, together with Thomas Cobham, esquire, William Broughton, clerk, and John Perdour, lately had of the gift of Joan Halton, William's mother, in the parishes of St. Wereburg, St. Mary, and St. Margaret in Hoo, and elsewhere in the county named. 6 October, 24 Henry VI Fragments of three seals.|
|[Middx.] [Surrey.]||C. 3588. Defeasance of a bond by Robert Chircheman, citizen and stockfishmonger of London, to Laurence Bacon and Piers Plente of London, for 120l. 13s. 4d., to be paid within fifteen days after Easter next, witnessing that if the said Robert, John Gardyner, clerk, and Thomas Boterkram, chaplain shall pay the said sum as aforesaid in St Christopher's church, London, or if the said Laurence and Piers shall enjoy peaceably all the lands &c. in the parishes of St. Laurence, Pulteneye; St. Michael, Queenhithe; St. Mary Magdalene, Olde Fisshstret, London, and St. Olave, Southwark, which they have of the feoffment of the said John and Thomas, then the said bond shall be void. 2 October, 19 Richard II. French. Seal.|
|[Norf ?]||C. 3589. Grant by Ela Longespeye, countess of Warwick, widow, to the abbot and convent of Reading, of Suwode manor, so that from the revenues thereof 20 marks may be assigned to them by the warden of the manor to provide spices to be distributed by the prior and sub-prior; with further grant of her wardship of Scenstan, so that, from its issues, the whole convent may be provided each Sunday with a good pittance by the cook (quoquinarium) of the said house in honour of the Holy Trinity, and each Thursday in honour of the Ascension, the surplus of the issues of Suwode manor, above the said 20 marks, to be added to the said pittances; also further grant of 20 marks to produce 20s. yearly for her anniversary, and 50 marks to produce 50s. yearly in which the said abbot and convent are bound to the bishop of Ely for Suwode manor; with clauses for ensuring payment to the grantees of the above 70 marks. Witnesses:—Sir Robert Fulconis, Sirs Roland de Erleye, John de Thydemers, Bartholomew de Yatingdene, Thomas Huscalle, Oliver Punchard, Geoffrey de Wancy, knights, and others (named). Tuesday before St. Alphege, bishop and martyr, A.D. 1280.|
|[Devon.]||C. 3590. Demise by John Mounfort of Dertemouth, to William Mounfort, his brother, of a moiety of his messuage, palace, and void plot of ground in Southampton Dertemouth adjoining the sea, viz. a mansion and a moiety of a mansion in the said messuage &c. 1 Sep- tember, 19 Richard II. Seal.|
C. 3591. Grant by William Lyon of Braghyng, co. Hertford, to
Thomas Wynnam, citizen and clothier of London, of all his goods and
chattels in England or elsewhere, in full possession of which he has
placed the said Thomas by delivering to him a brazen pot. 8 July, A.D. 1491,
6 Henry VII. Seal.
Endorsed: Enrolled on the dorse of the Close Roll in the month and year within written.
|[Devon.]||C. 3592. Grant by Lavina, late the wife of Thomas Culling, to John Alwork, of all her tenement in Tavistok, between the high road from Tavistock pillory to Banawylle on the west and the water called 'la Fyschlake' on the east. Witnesses:—Robert Tankard, provost of Tavistock, and others (named). Thursday after St. Leonard the abbot, 10 Edward III.|
|Worc.||C. 3593. Grant by John Broun and Thomas Quarrell, at the request of Giles Grevile and Richard Wye, to John Baldewyn, Francis Montforde, John Bakar, Thomas Knyghtley, Ralph Massy, Francis Grevile, Giles Goodrige, gentlemen, John Peynter, John Yonge, Thomas Crassewell and Henry Bratt, of their manor of Pynvyn and lands &c. in Pynwyn, Pedull, Pepulton, and Castilmorton. 4 November, 7 Henry VIII. Seal and portions of seal.|
|Surrey.||C. 3594. Release by Henry Baker of Pekham in Camerwell parish, to John Langhorne, citizen and brasier of London, of all his right in a cottage and land in Pekham which the said Langhorne has of his grant. 28 May, 3 Henry IV. Seal.|
|[Kent.]||C. 3595. Grant by Richard Garlonde the elder, to John Petit Johan, for 6s. 3d. of land in the field called 'Stonifeld' in Westerham. 8 July, 4 Edward II. Fragment of seal.|
|[Worc.]||C. 3596. Grant by Nicholas Celote of Wyke, to Thomas Ruseleye of Perschore, and Agnes his wife, of land in Wyke, part lying at 'le Heyetres' by land of the earl of Warwick, and part called 'Coppesteresacur' in the tillage called 'le Hurste.' Friday the feast of St. Nicholas the bishop, 44 Edward III.|
|Kent.||C. 3597. Grant by John Mannyng of Codham, to Elena, late the wife of Peter Smyth, of 'la Doune,' for her life, of a field called 'Walke- linisfeld' in the parish of 'la Doune,' in exchange for two fields called 'Donlegh' and 'Wygedene' below Codham park; with remainder in fee to John, son of the said Peter and Elena; with licence to the grantees, in case of their being lawfully expelled from possession of the said field hereby granted, to enter upon the said two fields exchanged as above. 13 March, 6 Henry IV.|
|Berks.||C. 3598. Agreement made on Wednesday after Michaelmas in the under-mentioned year, witnessing that Sir Hugh le Blount and Nichola his wife, will enfeof John de Stonore and Matilda his wife, in fee, in the manor of Dodecote, with the advowson of the church of the said manor, to be held of the king, and will levy a fine to that effect within fifteen days before or after Martinmas next; in return for which the said John and Matilda will regrant the premises to Sir Hugh and his wife for their lives, and the said John undertakes to acquit Sir Hugh of 200l. in which he is bound to the king, and further to pay Sir Hugh 40l. and to bind himself in 300l. to restore Sir Hugh the goods and chattels found in the said manor, or their value, and also in 200l. to levy the said fine; he will, in addition, pay the reasonable costs of Hugh and Nichola in coming to London from their manor of Kingston, staying in London for the said business, and returning to Kingston; the said Sir Hugh binding himself in 400l. to perform the premises. Dated at London, afterwards (postea), on Friday after the quinzaine of Michaelmas, 11 Edward II. Seal.|
|Dorset.||C. 3599. Grant by Thomas Pymore, to William Mountfort of Brideport, of a yearly rent of 6l. out of his lands and tenements in Pymore, Bylshey and Coleheygh; the grantor giving to William 1d. by way of seisin. Thursday before Holy Trinity, 2 Henry V.|
|[Bedf.]||C. 3600. Release by Sir William Westerdall, rector of the church of Edworthe, to Richard Lorymer of Stotfeld, of all his right in all the lands &c. in Edworthe, which the releasor, with Robert Serle of Smyth- feld, London, brewer, deceased, lately had of the gift of Joan Myllys and Alice her daughter, of Edworthe, to the use of the said Joan and Alice. 6 June, 13 Henry VIII.|