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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|Pembr.||D. 401. Grant, in tail, by Joan Meyler, daughter and heiress of David Meyler, of Meyleriston, widow, to John Wyse, esquire, of the county named, of a messuage and land in Northehoke, called 'Threlakes,' next Estlandyan, adjoining the road leading to Burton ferry; with remainder in fee to the grantor. 16 October, 9 Henry V.|
|Herts.||D. 402. Letter of attorney by Eborard Flete, citizen and mercer of London, and John Tylby, clerk, authorising Luke Warner of Bokelond, to deliver seisin to John Botiller the younger, and John Shadworth, citizens and mercers of London, in accordance with the grant made to them, of meadow land in Buntyngford called 'Marchalmede,' adjoining land of the prioress and convent of Halywell &c. 22 March, 7 Henry V.|
|Glouc.||D. 403. Grant by Richard Dameagneis of Childeswykewane, to Sir John Salesbury, parson of the church of Bradewell, Richard Hunte of Wytheley, and John Kernare of Evesham, of all his land called 'Dameagneislonde' in Tadelesthrop. Friday, the feast of St. Dunstan, 1 Henry V.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 404. Grant by John Stephen of Tenby, esquire, to Henry Malefaunt of Octon, esquire, of a burgage in Tenby. Witnesses:—Thomas Louy, mayor of Tenby, and others (named). Thursday after St. Andrew, 4 Henry V, Fragment of seal.|
|Glouc. Wilts.||D. 405. Release by Robert Thresk, clerk, to Elizabeth, lady of Botreaux, of all his right in the wardship of the manor of Bentham, co. Glouc. and of a moiety of the manor of Crofton co. Wilts. which wardship had been granted to them by the late king Henry, to hold during the minority of the heir of Fulk Fitz Waryn, knight; with further release of all actions against the said Elizabeth relative thereto. Westminster, 22 November, 3 Henry V.|
|[ ]||D. 406. Letter of attorney by Henry Barett of 'la Roche,' authorising John Mors of Hylton to deliver seisin to John Reynbott of Folcaston, of a messuage and land in Folcaston, which the said Henry had of the gift of Adam Barett. 7 November, 1 Henry V. Fragments of seal.|
|[Herts.]||D. 407. Demise by Thomas Bawd, son and heir of the late Sir William Bawd, knight, to William Colt of Staundon, for six years from Michaelmas next, of a house called 'Tylhous' at the manor of Melkelegh, with land and a pasture called 'Mayeshull,' with free entrance and exit to and from the said house by three ways, viz. towards Pokerych, Eldehallegrene, and Schakelockyslane, for carrying tiles; William is to have pasture for a horse, two cows, and three hogs &c. and Thomas is to have a thousand tiles yearly for roofing the houses there &c. 20 August, 10 Henry V.|
|[Cornw.]||D. 408. Demise by John Beket of Curthuther, and William Beket, his son and heir, to William Rith, the younger, and Joan his wife, of a moiety of a close in Inne Maders, and a third part of all their messuages and lands &c. in Out Maders, for their lives, at a yearly rent of 9s. 8d. and a capon at Michaelmas, with the best beast for a heriot when due. Maders, 4 July, 19 Henry VII.|
|[Herts.]||D. 409. Grant by John atte Wode, and Henry Amell, of Sabrichesworth, to John Bank and Richard Algore, of the same, of a tenement with houses and curtilages &c. in Sabrichesworth, lying on the hill (super montem) adjoining the cemetery of the church there. Sunday after the Ascension, 5 Henry [V. or VI.] (Henrici filii regis Henrici).|
|Oxford.||D. 410. Demise by Sir William de Hanley, clerk, to William Haukyn of Keyngham, of the manor of Keyngham, which the grantor had of the gift of the king, in whose hand it was by the forfeiture of Alice Perers; to hold as long as the said manor shall be in the grantor's hand at a yearly rent of 24 marks. . . . . . . in the county of Bucks, 25 May, 1 Richard II. French. Injured.|
D. 411. Bond by William de Nessefeld, to Sir Michael de la Pole,
knight, for 80l. received by him on loan, to be repaid to Sir Michael at his
house (in hospicio) in Lombardestret, London, at the Purification next.
Tuesday after the apostles Simon and Jude, 38 Edward III.
Endorsed: Enrolled among the Memoranda of the Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Trinity, 16 Richard II.
|[Berks.]||D. 412. Receipt by John Golafre, knight, constable of the castle of Walyngford and steward of the lordship and honor of Walyngford, and of the honor of St. Valery (Sancli Wallerici), and of the four hundreds and a half of Chiltern (Ciltr'), to William Gerneyt, the king's receiver of the said castle, lordship, and honors, for 20l. received for his fees and wages for the said offices, for Easter term last, and also for 50 marks for the said term, part of an annuity of 100 marks granted to him by the king out of the issues of the said castle and lordship. Oxford, 20 July, 14 Richard II. Portion of seal of arms.|
|[Worc.]||D. 413. Grant in tail by Walter Lye of Perschore, to Thomas Matheme of the same, and Agnes his wife, daughter of the grantor, of a messuage with a curtilage in Lichstret, next the gate of the cemetery of St. Eadburg, Perschore; with reversion in fee, in default of such issue, to the grantor. Monday after the translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 13 Richard II.|
|Pembr.||D. 414. Grant by Joan Rowe of Pembroke, widow, to John Eynon the elder, of Norchard by Ridebard, of all her lands and tenements in the county named. St. Peter in Cathedra, 18 Richard II.|
|[Middx.]||D. 415. Release by Thomas de Waltham, son and heir of Stephen de Waltham son and heir of Hugh de Waltham, citizen of London, to Sir William, the abbot, and the convent, of the monastery of St. Mary de Graciis, by the Tower of London, of all his estate in 2s. yearly quit rent from a tenement in the parish of St. Dionis. Bakchirch, London, and in 1d. yearly quit rent from a tenement called 'Blankchapelton' belonging to the countess of Hereford, in the parish of Allhallows church, Stanyngchirch, London, with the advowson of the said church. London, feast of St. Gregory the bishop, 8 Richard II. Portion of seal.|
|[York.]||D. 416. Grant by Robert de Gray of Retherfeld, to John de Nevill, knight, lord of Raby, of the reversion of the manor of Sculcotes and of ten messuages, with land and rent, in Bisshopburton and Sutton in Holdernesse, and of the reversion of the advowson of the church of Sculcotes. Kyngestonon-Hull, 6 January, 49 [Edward] III.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 417. Conveyance by Dankous Walter and Joan his wife, to John Zewan, burgess of Pembroke, for fifty-four years, of all the lands and tenements which the said Joan inherited from John Here, her father, at a place called 'le Hille' by Pembroke; also of the sixth part of a burgage in Pembroke, to hold for the life of the grantee. Witnesses:—Richard Row, mayor of Pembroke, and others (named). . . . . . after the Purification 5 Richard II.|
|[Linc.]||D. 418. Grant by Richard Everard of Nethyrburnham, to Robert Wattson, of land in Ouston, adjoining land of St. Mary's, Ouston, and land of William Sampson of Craslound, part [lying] on Loundgatte. A.D. 1460. A fragment.|
|[Herts.]||D. 419. Demise by Joan the prioress, and the convent of St. Mary's, Sopwell, near St. Albans, to Idonia Dernewell and Clement her son, for their lives, of a shop in St. Albans, in 'le Bocherye.' Saturday. . . . . the Annunciation, 7 Richard II.|
|Kent.||D. 420. Release by John Launce, clerk, John Sulman of Hegham, Geoffrey Smyth of Schorne, and John Elys of Chalke, to William Bocher of Chalke, of all their right in all the lands and tenements in the county named, which they had of the grant of Emma alias Emmote Bochere, daughter of Richard Bochere, deceased. 20 October, 1 Henry V. Four seals.|
D. 421. Bond by John Cork to Edmund Beket, for 10l. to be paid at
Christmas next. Tuesday after St. Matthew the apostle, 2 Henry V.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond witnessing that if the said John shall make a general acquittance of 10l. to Nicholas Beket and Joan his wife, within a quarter of a year after John has married Katherine daughter of Thomas Paterda, then the above bond shall be void.
|[Monm.]||D. 422. Conveyance by William Eyton, the prior, and the convent, of St. Mary's, Monmouth, to Walter Coteler, for ninety-nine years, of a free tenement in Monmouth on 'le Synderhull de Wye,' extending to the bank of the water of Wye; the grantee to build a suitable house on the said tenement within a year and a quarter. Witnesses:—John Godechilde, mayor of Monmouth, and others (named). Tuesday after St. Barnabas, 6 Henry VI.|
|[Durham.]||D. 423. Grant by Ralph de Neville, earl of Westmorland, to John de Lumley, knight, his nephew, of the fourth part of the manor of Seton Kerrowe, and of all his other lands &c. there, except those which he holds of the demise of Robert Umfravyle. Feast of St. Cuthbert in March (20 March), 6 Henry V.|
|[Oxford.]||D. 424. Release by John son of John Souter late of Shorthampton, to John atte Halle of the same, of all his right in all the lands and tenements in Shorthampton and Walcote which John Bychyndon lately had of the gift of the releasor, and afterwards granted to the said John atte Halle. 29 September, 2 Henry V.|
D. 425. Grant by John Gamone of Assyschele, to Simon Pattyng of
the same, of land in Ayshele aforesaid, part lying in Sywellefurlonge,
adjoining land of Uphalle, part lying in a tillage called 'Stanydele'
adjoining land of Panneworthall, part upon Holmerefurlonge, and part
extending upon Holmerelane. The Annunciation, 5 Henry IV.
Also: Grant by Simon Pattyng of Aysshyll, to Adam and John Pattyng, his sons, of the same, of a messuage in Ayshil in the street called 'Holmerelane,' and land there, part lying in Stanydele, part on the furlong called 'Sywellfurlonge' between lands of the manor of Uphall, part near Pendenowes, and part abutting on 'le cherchecroft.' Monday before Midsummer day, 4 Henry V. Copies on paper.
|Norf.||D. 426. Letter of attorney by Thomas de Kerdeston, knight, authorising John Hony, and John Clerk of Ingeworth, the younger, to deliver seisin to Humphry Stafford, earl of Stafford, William Pole, earl of Suffolk, Thomas, lord of Morlee, Thomas Erpyngham, Simon Felbrigge, John Carbonel, Henry Ingelose and Edmund Berry, knights, William Paston, Thomas Frampton, clerk, John Berneye of Wichyngham, John Berneye of Redham, William Garneys, Robert Bolton, clerk, and Richard Lound, of moieties of the manors of Sydesterne and Brucham Neuton, and of all lands and tenements &c. in Sydesterne, South Creyk and Brucham Neuton, and the advowson of the church of Neuton, which the said Thomas de Kerdeston has granted to the said parties. Claxton, last day of June, 10 Henry V.|
|[Linc.]||D. 427. Release by John Thystilthon of Staunford, son and heir of John Thistillthon, late of the same, husbandman, to John Taylyor, clerk, Thomas Bewscher, Thomas Bosswell, and John Corbye, of all his right in a messuage in Staunford, in the parish of St. Martin, late All Hallows, beyond the bridge, within the liberty of the abbot of Peterborough, adjoining the water called 'Wylland'; to hold to the use of Thomas Williams, and in fulfilment of the said Thomas's last will. 11 November, 21 Henry VII. A.D. 1505. Seal.|
|[Worc.]||D. 428. Release by Thomas Uweyn, son and heir of John Uweyn of Bretforton by Evesham, to William the abbot, and the convent, of Evesham, of all actions. Bengeworthe, Sunday before St. Margaret the virgin and martyr, 40 Edward III. Portion of seal.|
|Suff.||D. 429. Grant by Thomas de Kerdeston, to John Carbonel, knight, William Pole, earl of Suffolk, Humphry Stafford, earl of Stafford, Thomas, lord of Morlee, Thomas de Erpyngham, Simon Felbrygge, Henry Ingelose, and Edmund Berry, knights, William Paston, Thomas Frampton, and Robert Bolton, clerks, William Garneys and Richard Lound, of the manors of Bulcamp and Henham, except the old park, and meadow land called 'Shyrmor,' in Bulcamp, the underwood and alder-beds in Henham, and the services of certain persons named. Claxton, 16 July, 10 Henry V.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 430. Grant by Thomas Kewe, chaplain, to John Laurence of Pembroke, and Margaret his wife, of the reversion of a half burgage in Pembroke, the fee simple of which had been granted to the said Thomas by John Landian of Pembroke, to whom Thomas had granted back the said half burgage for life. Witnesses:—John Lessery, mayor of Pembroke, and others (named). 16 December, 7 Henry V. Seal.|
|Durham.||D. 431. Indenture witnessing the payment by Master John de Stokton, vicar general of the bishop of Durham, and Master John de Seton, sequestrator of the same, in accordance with the king's writ, to William Scott and William de Brompton, of 22l. for their expenses in London concerning the body of Master John Wawayne, formerly constable of Bordeaux, and in bringing it from London to Brauncepath. Durham, Tuesday, 7 October, A.D. 1348. Fragments of two seals.|
|Warw.||D. 432. Grant by John Campion of Flechamsted, to John Deyster, 'whyttawer,' of Coventry, of all his lands and tenements &c. in Flechamstede, or elsewhere within the county of 'Warryche.' Tuesday after St. John the Baptist, 4 Henry V.|
|Norf.||D. 433. Letter of attorney by Thomas de Kerdeston, knight, authorising John Hony and John Clerk of Ingeworth, to deliver seisin to John Pole, knight, Humphry Stafford, earl of Stafford, William Pole, earl of Suffolk, Thomas, lord of Morlee, Thomas Erpyngham, Simon Felbrygge, John Carbonel, Henry Ingelose, and Edmund Berry, knights, William Paston, Nicholas de Wichyngham, John Clepesby, and John Aldirford of moieties of the manors of Sydesterne and Brucham Neuton, and of all lands &c. in Sydesterne, South Creyk, and Brucham Neuton, according to the grant thereof made to them by the said Thomas de Kerdeston. Claxton, 12 July, 10 Henry V.|
|Suff.||D. 434. Letter of attorney by Thomas de Kerdeston, knight, authorising John Hony and John Clerk of Ingeworth, to deliver seisin to the grantees named in D. 429 of the premises described in the same. Claxton 16 July, 10 Henry V.|
|[N'hamp.]||D. 435. Demise by Denise, late the wife of Roger Surrey, and lady of Hamptrete, co. Gloucester, widow, to John and Richard Wilkyns, of Moreton by Asscheby Canons, of her place in. Moreton called 'Surreys place,' with a garden adjoining, and a grange standing on the said place with a chamber at one end of the grange and a 'schepcote' at the other and land belonging to the said place &c. to hold for the grantor's life' paying yearly 43s. 4d. for the first ten years, and 100s. afterwards; if the grantees observe the conditions specified &c. then the bond for 20l. in which Richard Colles of Moreton, and the said grantees, are bound to the said Denise, shall be void. Wednesday the feast of St. Margaret the virgin 14 Richard II.|
D. 436. Bond by Thomas Jonys of Monmowth in the Marches of
Wales, gentleman, John Mathew of the same, merchant, and Gracianus
Delaplace of Worcester, merchant, to Reginald Bray and Thomas Lovell,
knights, for 100l. to be paid on the 1st October next. 22 May, 9 Henry VII.
Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond witnessing that if the said Thomas Jonys, John and Gracianus, shall pay 70l. to the said Reginald and Thomas Lovell on the 14th October next after the within written date, then the said bond shall be void.
D. 437. Grant by John Hale of Cobham, yeoman, and Richard Sleper
of the same, cordyner, to John Sedley, one of the auditors of the Exchequer,
John Wiltshire, merchant of the Staple of Calais, John Grove of Greneheth, gentleman, and William Hill of Darenth, of land in Milton by
Gravesende, formerly belonging to Richard Hochyn, and afterwards to
Matthew Bedell, deceased, which the grantors lately had of the grant of the
said Matthew by his nuncupative will declared in the presence of William
Pett, mason, of Luddesdon, John Brode, Martin Dawe of Cobham, and
William Wrygth of Halstow. 29 April, 10 Henry VII. Portion of seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to sealing and delivery of the above deed &c.
|Devon.||D. 438. Surrender by Thomas Abbot, late apprentice to Thomas Yogge, citizen and vintner of London, to the said Thomas Yogge, and Joan his wife, of the reversion after their deaths, which they had granted to him, of a tenement and garden in the street called 'Fynewellstrete' in Plymmouth, south of the cemetery of St. Andrew's church, and of the reversion of two other tenements with gardens in Plymmouth, one lying in Sutton Vautart within the said borough. 1 July, 22 Henry VII. Signed. Seal.|
|Herts.||D. 439. Release by John Thornbury, to William Saye, knight, John Sturgeon, esquire, John Pulter and Thomas Braughyng, gentlemen, of all his right in the manors called 'Little Munden,' 'Marres,' and 'Barnevilez,' in the advowson of the church of Little Munden, and in all other lands &c. in Little Munden, Great Munden, Watton at Stone, and Kenyngton, formerly belonging to Philip Thornbury, knight, or to any other for his use; with warranty against the abbot of Westminster. 10 November, 2 Henry VII. Signed.|
D. 440. Will of James le Botiller, earl of Ormond, directing that if
he should die in England, he is to be buried in the church of Shire, co.
Surrey; he bequeaths all his gold and silver vessels and wardrobe to
Elizabeth his wife, and, in tail male, to James his son and heir, with
remainder to the testator's other heirs male; all his corn and stock he leaves
to his unmarried sons and daughters, his money and debts, besides those
which he owes for provisions in different counties through all Ireland, he
leaves at the disposition of his executors; he desires that his said son James,
in compensation for the vessels left to him, shall enfeoff Thomas and Maurice,
the testator's sons, in tail male, with all the lands acquired by the testator;
and he appoints as his executors, Elizabeth his wife, his son James, and
John de Kyngesfold, under the superintendence of his kinsman, William,
bishop of London, and Nicholas, abbot of Westminster. Le Vacherie, last
day of August, A. D. 1379. Copy.
Certificate by William, archbishop of Canterbury &c. to John, bishop of Salisbury, the treasurer, and to the barons, of the Exchequer, that the above written will of the earl of Ormond was proved before the archbishop at Canterbury on April 28, A.D. 1386, and administration of all his goods in the province of Canterbury granted to his above-mentioned son James, now earl of Ormond, his executor. Manor of Lamhith, 9 December, A.D. 1391, the 11th year of the archbishop's translation. Fragments of seal.
D. 441. Grant by John Husy, knight, son and heir of William Husy,
knight, late Chief Justice of the King's Bench, to Richard, bishop of
Winchester, William, bishop of London, Giles Dawbeney of Dawbeney,
Thomas Lovell, treasurer of the king's household, Charles Somersette,
Edward Ponynges, Thomas Brandon, Robert Lovell, and Richard
Fitz Lowes, knights, Simon Digby, esquire, Thomas Lovell and John
Thomson, gentlemen, of the manor of Wodehed co. Rutland, and all the
grantor's lands &c. in Wohehall (sic) aforesaid; with additional grant
of the manors of Burton, Whapladehall in the parish of Swyneshedde,
and Gonarby, of eight messuages and pasture in Grantham and Dunsthorpe
called 'Erlesfeld,' and of sixteen messuages and lands in New Slefford, and
lands in Sidebroke co. Lincoln, and of all the grantor's lands &c. in
Burton, Whapladehall, and Gonarby aforesaid; with letter of attorney
authorising John Wymbusshe, William Bassette, and William Permord,
to deliver seisin. 2 December, 19 Henry VII. Signed.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin. Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll.
|[Pembr.]||D. 442. Letter of attorney by Owin Perrott of Haroldiston in the lordship of Haverford, esquire, authorising Thomas Matteston, gentleman, to appear for him in all actions &c. 5 March, 23 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.|
|Glouc.||D. 443. Demise by Adrian Fortescu, knight, and Anne his wife, to Maurice Sparke, for forty-one years, of the half part of a pasture called 'le Hoke' within the lordship and parish of Stynchcombe, previously held by John and Walter Sparke. 2 August, 22 Henry VII.|
|[Cornw.]||D. 444. Grant in tail by John Beket of Curthuther, esquire, to Richard Wode and Joan his wife, one of the grantor's daughters, of two closes in Leskerd, with reversion to the grantor in default of issue 20 June, 23 Henry VII.|
|[Herts.]||D. 445. Demise in tail by William de Halywell and John Horsle of the county of Northumberland, to Thomas Skrene, of all their lands and tenements &c. in Shephale and Stevenage, with remainder in tail, in default of issue, to William Skrene, brother of the said Thomas, and, in default of issue, in fee to William Skrene, their father. 11 May, 2 Henry VI Seal, and portion of seal of arms.|
|Devon.||D. 446. Release by Thomas Abbot, late apprentice to Thomas Yogge, citizen and vintner of London, to the said Yogge and Joan his wife of all his right in the premises described in D. 438. 5 July, 22 Henry VII. Signed. Portions of seal.|
|Berks. Wilts.||D. 447. Release by John Dynham, knight, lord of Dynham, Treasurer of England, and Reginald Bray, knight, to John Wayte, esquire, late escheator in the counties of Southampton and Wilts, Roger Cheny of Enburn co. Berks, esquire, and John Wroughton of Wylto[n] co. Wilts the younger, esquire, of 40l. which they had acknowledged themselves' before the barons of the Exchequer, to owe to the releasors. 25 . . . ember, 9 Henry VII.|
|Herts.||D. 448. Letter of attorney by Peter Wisebech and William Hedyndon, chaplains, authorising Roger Cavendissh and John Fitz Robert to deliver seisin to John Northbery, William Burton, Richard Foderynggey, John Hoton, and Richard Hatton, of the manor of Bedewell, and of all other lands and tenements &c. in Esynden and Little Berkhamsted, which the said Peter and William Hedyndon lately acquired, jointly with William Rule, citizen and clothier of London. Tuesday after the nativity of the Virgin Mary, 11 Richard II.|
|[Wales.]||D. 449. Grant in tail male by John Harolde, Hugh Bromhull, and Philip Harolde, clerks, to William . . . . . and Eleanor bis wife, of all their lands and tenements &c. in . . . . . Landegonet, with the lordship and service of half a carucate of land held of the grantors by William White, with remainder in default of such issue to the heirs female of the body of the said Eleanor, and in default of such issue, with remainder to her right heirs. Saturday after the Assumption, [3 Richard] II. A.D. 1379.|
D. 450. Will of John Tybold of Chalke, directing that his body is to
be buried in the cemetery of the parish church of St. Mary's, Chalke;
he leaves bequests of money for obits, light, repair of the bells, masses for
himself and his relatives, and for distribution of bread and ale &c. among the
parishioners of Chalke; the rest of his goods are to be disposed of by his
wife at her discretion, for his soul; his wife is to have all his lands and
messuages &c. in Chalke, until his sons William and Thomas are twenty-four
years of age; if his wife's unborn child is a male, it is to share with them,
if a girl it is to have four quarters of barley; when the children reach the
said age, they are to give his wife 6s. 8d. yearly; if they die within the said
age, his wife is to have the said premises for her life, after which they are
to descend to the next heir. 9 September, A.D. 1485.
Endorsed: Memorandum of the above will being proved before John Perott, official of Rochester, and administration granted. 20 January, A.D. 1485[–6].
|York.||D. 451. Grant by Richard de Kylkenny, the younger, to Alexander de Aune, Sir William de Burton, vicar of the church of St. Mary Bishop, York, and Sir John de Wath, vicar of the church of Wyghale, of all his lands and tenements &c. in Houk, which he acquired from Sir John de Nevill, lord of Raby. Friday after the conversion of St. Paul, A.D. 1383, 7 Richard II. Fragment of seal.|
|[Suff.]||D. 452. Release by Thomas Mellere of Stowemarket, and Margaret his wife, to Thomasia Furnyvall, of all their right in a messuage and land in Neuton, formerly belonging to John atte Hyll. Monday after St. Margaret the virgin, 16 Richard II.|
|Hants.||D. 453. Grant by Richard Pavy, to his lord, William de Montagu, earl of Salisbury and lord of Man, of all the manor of Watyngewell in the Isle of Wight, which the grantor formerly had of the gift of his said lord, on condition that if the grantor or his heirs should be disturbed by the said earl's heirs in the possession of the lands and tenements which the grantor has in Lokkesland in the said island, then the grantor may re-enter on the said manor. Tuesday after St. Gregory the Pope, 11 Richard II. French. Seal.|
|[York.]||D. 454. Demise by Ralph, earl of Westmoreland and lord of Nevyll, John Alwent, clerk, Robert de Coverham, and John Conyers, to William Chaunsy, knight, for seventy years from May 15 next, of the manor of Skyrpenbek, and of all their other lands &c. in Skirpenbek, Bugthorp, Thorleby, Kyllome, Swathorp, Frydaythorp, Yolethorp, Bowthorp, and Fangfos, which they had of the demise of the said William for eighty years; the grantors to have power of re-entry in case of the said William dying within the said term. 13 May, 21 Richard II.|
|[Somers.]||D. 455. Demise by Edward Courtenay, earl of Devon, to John Mareschal and Ida his wife, for their lives, of a corn mill and two fulling mills at Hyneton, with the multure of all the earl's tenants there, a cottage with a curtilage, the pasture of Midelham and Litelham, with all the fishery of the water there, paying yearly 4l. 10s. and doing suit at the earl's court there twice yearly; the grantees are to keep the said mills and cottage, with 'la flodyate,' in good repair, using timber from the earl's wood of Upwode &c. The manor of Tyverton, Midsummer day, 9 Richard II.|
|Heref.||D. 456. Demise by George Goodharst, the prior, and the convent, of Clyfford, to Hugh ap Richard, for ninety-nine years, of a tenement with a garden in 'le Bache,' and land, part called 'A . . . myforlong,' part called 'le bottes,' and part adjoining the roads from Bache to Benfeld 'montayn' and Dorston. Michaelmas, A.D. 1498.|
D. 457. Sale by William Nashe of Swalowfeld co. Berks, to Sir
Giles Daubney, knight, Lord Daubney, the king's chamberlain, and Robert
Sheffeld and John Williams, knights, for 8 marks, of a close of pasture in
Mattyngle, called 'Rede Engge,' lying in Heysull Hethe. 6 November,
21 Henry VII.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin on the last day of September, 22 Henry VII.
D. 458. Release by John Forbour, chaplain, to Ivo Abel of
Schustoke, and Alice his wife, of all his right in all his lands &c. in
Schustoke. Wednesday (?) after St. Peter in Cathedra, 7 Richard II.
Portion of seal.
Endorsed: Release by John Forbor of Shistoke, of lands there, for lands in the parish of Fylongley near 'Metteley lond.' 7 Richard [II].
|[Oxford.]||D. 459. Demise by Richard Danvers of Bannebury, to Richard Verdon of Bodycote and Richard his son, of land in Wykham, part in Sugmister, part in Houndefeld, part extending into Heywey, part upon Myddulchirslowe, part extending in 'le Dene,' part at 'Sevene acres' part on Elle . stobfurlonge, part on Hardlonde, and part in 'le Brech' . . . . . . . . A fragment.|
|[Herts.]||D. 460. Letter of attorney by Robert de Louthe, authorising Henry atte Grove to receive (sic) seisin from William de Dunton, rector of the church of Little Berkhampstede, Sirs Aunger de Cadnay, and Robert de Newton, of all the lands and tenements &c. which the said William Aunger, and Robert, had of the gift of the said Robert de Louthe in Brokesbourn, Wormelee, and Little Berkhampstede, and of 4d. yearly rent from Henry atte Grove. Roxford in the parish of Hertfordyngbury, feast of the apostles Peter and Paul, 9 Richard II. Portion of seal.|
|[Wilts.]||D. 461. Conveyance by Thomas Gore the elder, to the [prior] and convent of [Farleigh ?], of all his estate in land &c. in Farlegh Wyke. Tuesday after St. Barnabas, 20 . . . . . . . Much injured.|
|Oxford. Glouc.||D. 462. Grant by Margaret Mountagu, lady of Stokeynhame, widow, to Walter Methe and Agnes his wife, for their lives, of all the lands and tenements of her inheritance in Chedlyngton co. Oxford, which she and her late husband, Sir John de Mountagu, formerly granted to the said Walter for his life; with further grant to him alone, for his life, of the reversion of all the tenements and lands which William Skot holds of her inheritance in Roherdecote co. Gloucester. Warblyngton. 3 April, 13 Richard II. French.|
|[Herts.]||D. 463. Demise by Matilda Flamstede, the prioress, and the convent, of Sopwelle, to Roger Stamok of Rygg and William his son, for their lives, of all their land called 'Pichereslond' in the parish of Schenle, paying 13s. 4d. yearly; with grant by the said Roger and William that their tenement of Rygg shall be liable to distraint for any arrears of the said rent. St. Albans, Michaelmas-eve, 12 Richard II.|
|[Glam.]||D. 464. Demise by John Fort of Lanstephan, warden by the king's grant of the alien priory of Llangenyth in Gower, during the war between France and England, to Sir John de la Maer, chaplain, of his estate in the said priory, with all the churches and chapels annexed thereto, from the under-mentioned date, paying yearly 55 marks; if Sir John be ejected from the same in any year by the king or his Council before paying all his said rent, he is only to be chargeable to the grantor according to the profits received by him &c. Feast of St. Leonard the confessor and abbot, 18 Richard II. Fragment of seal.|
D. 465. Release by Philip Botelere, esquire, Ralph Grey, Edmund
Bardolf, and Thomas Cook, to John Fray, chief baron of the kings
Exchequer, of all their right in the manor of Great Munden, with the
advowsons of the priory of Rowney and of the church of Great Munden,
and in all other lands &c. which they, with the grantee and Thomas
Howard, esquire, deceased, lately had of the demise of Richard Arnecliff
and John Tymook, clerks, in Munden aforesaid, and elsewhere in the same
county. Bunttyngford, vigil of St. James the apostle, 25 Henry VI.
Endorsed: Enrolled on the Memoranda Roll of the King's Remembrancer of the Exchequer, of Easter term, 26 Henry VI.
|Kent.||D. 466. Grant by Nicholas Shellee of Nocolt, to William Neuport, citizen and fishmonger of London, of a yearly rent of 26s. 8d. from all the grantor's lands &c. in the county named. . . . . . . 6 Richard II. French. Injured.|
|[Wilts.]||D. 467. Grant by Edward the prior, and the convent, of Mayghdene Bradelegh, to William Langeforde of Wermenstre, for his life, of a corrody of bread and ale in their house, also of a yearly robe and 20s. for shoes &c. while able to serve in the business of the priory, and 13s. 4d. when laid aside by sickness, also of a sufficient chamber over the gate with fuel, stallage for one horse, and sufficient food for one groom (valetto) &c. Wednesday the feast of St. Mark the evangelist, 3 [Richard] II. Injured.|
|[Worc.]||D. 468. Grant by Nicholas Coly . . ., ['g]oldsmyth,' and Edith his wife, to Alice Srange, of the reversion of a messuage in the high street of Evesham. Thursday before St. Matthew the apostle, 11 Richard II. Seal, injured.|
|Glouc.||D. 469. Grant by Richard Patty of Bengeworth, chaplain, to John Clynton, and John atte [W]alle, of a messuage, land, and a watermill &c. in Burghton, which the grantor lately had of the grant of Thomas Preyers and William Wormynton of Dorsynton. Burton, Wednesday . . . . . the Epiphany, 4 Richard II. Seal, injured.|
|[Wales.]||D. 470. Grant by Philip son of Philip Kadugan, to Kedmor, son of Philip Kadugan, his brother, of land in Brengune alias Brengwene, with houses, messuages, and curtilages &c. at the yearly rent of a pair of white gloves or 1d. in Whitsun week. Witnesses:—Master J. precentor of St. David's, R. archdeacon of the same, and others (named).|
D. 471. Grant by William de Humeth, to William son of Wymund
de Keton, of a house in Stanford, adjoining the house of the parson of
Pycworth, free from all services &c. within markets and without, and from
'Aletol' and 'Brewsterisyeld' &c. Witnesses:—Ralph, earl of Chester,
Robert de Laay, and others (named).
Also; Grant in frank almoin by Ralph the Chamberlain, of Houton, dwelling in Wytewell, to the prior and convent of Fynneshed, of a house in the market place of Stanford, in the parish of All Saints, described as above, which he had of the gift of his late lord, Master John de Houton, sometime [A.D. 1231–1246] archdeacon of Northampton &c. Witnesses:— William de Notyngham, William de Scaccario, and others (named). Copies on one skin.
|[Berks.]||D. 472. Grant in fee by John Leye, chaplain, and Richard Romeseye of Abyndon, to Robert Andrew of Crekkelade, and Margaret his wife, of all their lands and tenements in Abyndon which they had of the feoffment of Michael Mylees of Drayton Wyk, and Richard . . . . . [of] Hanney. 5 April, 21 Richard II. Injured.|
|[ ]||D. 473. Record of proceedings in a suit brought by John Tytemersh. against the late sheriffs of the city of . . . . . on account of 20l. damages sustained by him through the release of John Rolf, his receiver, without accounting for certain goods and chattels. A fragment.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 474. Grant by William Mortimer of Haverford, to Richard Mortimer, his son, of a burgage in Haverford, in 'le Hullestret,' adjoining the high road towards the church of St. Thomas the martyr. Thursday in Easter Week, 46 Edward III.|
|Kent.||D. 475. Demise by Thomas, son and heir of John Cobham, knight, Lord Cobham, William Draper, Richard Cressell, and Thomas Sparowe, to Thomas Frowyk, knight, William Broun, one of the sheriffs of London, Richard Broke, gentleman, John Holt and John Overey, of a messuage called 'Betsam' in the parish of Southflete, and of all those lands &c. in the same parish and in the parish of Swannescombe, which the said Draper Cressell, and Sparowe, with Henry Harman, esquire, deceased, lately had of the grant of William Oustye and Constance his wife, to them and the heirs of the said Draper, by fine; with letter of attorney authorising John Hosyer the younger, and William Thomas, to deliver seisin. 12 July, 20 Henry VII. Portions of two seals.|
|Kent.||D. 476. Release by Thomas Broke, knight, and James Yarford, knight, citizen and alderman of London, to Henry Wiat, knight, John FitzJames, knight, chief baron of the Exchequer, Thomas Wiat, esquire, son and heir of the said Henry Wiat, John Hales, baron of the Exchequer, Christopher Hales, Richard Lee, Servicius Franke, Robert Draper, and Richard Lee, of all their right in the manor or messuage called 'Betsam' in the parish of Southflete, and in all their lands and tenements &c. in the said parish and in the parishes of Swannescombe, Kynsdowne, Facam, and Horton, all which the grantees lately had of the demise of the present releasors and of Thomas More, knight, Thomas Baldry, William Botry, William Bromwell, and Richard Stafferton, to the use of the said Henry Wiat, knight; with warranty by the releasors against the abbot of Westminster. 15 December, 14 Henry VIII. Fragment of seal.|
|Lanc. Westm.||D. 477. Indenture between Sir Thomas Lovell, knight, Edmund Dudley and Henry Wyotte, esquires, on behalf of the king, of the one part, and Thomas, earl of Derby, of the other, witnessing that for determining certain suits between the said earl and Thomas Middelton, as to the possession of the manors and lands &c. formerly Sir Edward Bethom's, in the counties named, the king, at the said earl's request, is willing to appoint certain of his council to hear the said matter, the said earl agreeing that if the possession of the premises is decreed to belong to him, he will grant lands and tenements to the king to the yearly value of 50l. He also undertakes not to compound with the said Myddelton without the king's assent. 23 July, 21 Henry VII. English. Signed by the earl of Derby. Portion of seal.|
|Pembr.||D. 478. Grant by Lewis Davy of Tenby, merchant, to John Perrot of Woodstoke, and Thomas Maghaunle of Tenby, merchants, of all his messuages and lands &c. within the liberty of Tenby, and in the county named. 9 June, 6 Henry VII.|
|Hants.||D. 479. Grant by William Sone of Herteley Wynteney, to Sir Giles Daubney, knight, Lord Daubney, Chamberlain of the king, Robert Sheffeld and John Williams, knights, to the use of the said Lord Daubney, of three closes of pasture two called 'le Reedes,' and the other called 'le Hethe crofte,' lying in Mattyngle within the Hundred of Basyngstoke, between land called 'Potenalesland' and the common called 'Heysull hethe,' part abutting on land called 'Whete Crofte.' 5 November, 21 Henry VII.|
|[Linc.]||D. 480. Grant by Robert Kechyn, son of John Kechyn, of Belton, to Richard Boston the prior, and the convent, of the House of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary in the Isle of Axholme, of land with two shops built on it, in Belton, adjoining the cemetery of the church; with letter of attorney authorising William Castelford and Thomas Beltoft, of Belton, gentlemen, to deliver seisin. Feast of St. Agatha the virgin and martyr, 2 Henry VII.|
D. 481. Grant by Robert Tyrell, knight, to the king, of all his
estate in certain lands, part called 'Boxsted,' part in Shepcotefeld, part called
'Gosnolls,' part called 'Busshes,' part called 'Parkemedowe,' part called
'Spryngolds,' part called 'Turbutts,' and part in Boxstedfeld; with release
of all his interest in the same. 10 December, 18 Henry VII.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in the month of June, in the year within written. Signed.
D. 482. Grant by William Lancastre and Agnes his wife, to Robert
Folkelyn, Geoffrey Hampton, Thomas Knott, and Henry Grymston, and to
the heirs of the said Robert, of three cottages with gardens in Staunford,
in St. Martin's parish, within the liberty of the abbot of Peterborough, in
the street called 'Hyegate,' adjoining the street leading to Pyllesyate,
which the grantors, together with John Lancastre and Thomas Folkelyn of
Staunford, deceased, lately had of the gift of Robert Joynour of Staunford
and Alice bis wife. Witnesses:—Henry Cok, alderman of Staunford, and
others (named). 13 November, 17 Edward IV.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment before the steward at a court held there on Wednesday the feast of St. Botulph, 18 Edward IV. Seal, broken, and fragment of seal.
D. 483. Grant by Thomas Garell of Asshill, William Fawkener of
the same, and William Garell of Great Cressyngham, 'whelewryght,' to
Humphrey Adam, John Adam, and Nicholas Markaunt, of land in Asshill
at Tomerys, next land of the manor of Panworthall, and abutting on
Saham Heledys, which land the grantors lately had of the demise of certain
persons named, who had the same of the grant of certain other persons
named; with letter of attorney authorising Thomas Mynne and Thomas
Elyot to deliver seisin. 16 May, 1 Henry VII.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin on the 17th May of the year within written. Portions of three seals.
|[N'hamp.]||D. 484. Grant by Elizabeth Smyth, late the wife of John Smyth, of Yardley Gobion, widow, to John Broun of the same, of land in the parish of Estpury, part adjoining the road called 'Chirchwey,' and part in the tillage called 'Lankcroft'; which land she and her said late husband jointly had of the feoffment of Thomas Smyth, his father. 20 April, 20 Henry VII. Seal.|
|[Wales.]||D. 485. Demise by Elena Ph[ilip ?] of Wodestoke, to Gwillim ap Ho[well] Gwyn, for ninety years, of all her messuages, lands, and tenements in Trefkedmere and Lloide Coide, within the lordship of Lagharne, and extending to Carvan. 1 April, 24 Henry VII.|
|[I. of Wight.]||D. 486. Demise by Sir Richard Totnam, the abbot, and the convent, of Quarr, to Margery Brandon of Arreton, widow, for her life, of a toft and garden adjoining in Arreton, beside the high road to Neuport. 10 December, 6 Henry VIII.|
|Leic.||D. 487. Release by John and Robert Wodford of Assheby Follevylle, esquires, to Sir Henry Medburn, the abbot, and the convent, of Osolveston, of all their right in a toft with a croft adjoining Humberston Yerde, and land in Twyford, which the releasors had of the feoffment of John Reve of Twyford. 2 August, 15 Henry VII.|
|[Heref.]||D. 488. Demise by Thomas Blundell, the master or warden, and the brethren and sisters, of the Hospital of St. Catherine, Ledbery, to Henry Syblyse, of a messuage called 'Orlam' and land in Ledbery, for ninety-nine years, the grantee to build a new ball and chamber within twelve vears &c. 8 April, 20 Henry VII.|
|Norf.||D. 489. Demise by John Risle of Carbrok, esquire, to Sir John Risle, knight, his son, William Eyer, 'gentilman,' John Panton, Richard Baas' and Robert Bradshawe, clerks, John Gawdron, and Geoffrey Garnet, of all his manors, lands, and tenements &c. in Great and Little Carbrok, Ovyngton, Watton, Skipdam, Craneworth, and Skulton, or elsewhere in the same county, in trust to execute the grantor's will. 24 March, 18 Henry VII.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 490. Grant by David ap Howell, tanner, and Richard Taillour, of Haverford, to John Vachan, 'weyver,' Richard Willy, 'carpynder,' Roger Wilkyn, 'coriour,' of Haverford, Thomas Picton and Philip Dduy of Drechemerhill within the lordship of Haverford, husbandmen, of a burgage, and 20s. 8d. and two pounds of wax, yearly rent, in Haverford; the burgage lying in 'le Hilstrete,' without the west gate of the town, adjoining a lane called 'Sekemanyslane,' and the said rent of wax arising from a burgage in 'le prioris Rew,' adjoining a tenement of Thomas Whith, prior of the priory of St. Thomas the martyr. 12 January, 20 Henry VII. Two seals.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 491. Letter of attorney by Roland Redman, and Alice, late the wife of John Thomas of Haverford, merchant, widow, authorising John Tailour, gentleman, to deliver seisin to William Perrot of Haroldiston, of a moiety of a burgage in Haverford, opposite the mortuary chapel (capelle carnar'). Last day but one of February, 4 Henry VII.|
D. 492. Demise by William the abbot, and the convent, of St. Martin,
Battle, to William Mory, and Richard Mory, his son, of their manor called
'Anstye,' in the parish of Alton, for ten years, reserving to the grantors the
woods and underwoods and the escheats there &c. the grantees are to keep
the premises in good repair, and are to receive and entertain the receiver of
the abbey and the steward of the court there, twice yearly &c.
Endorsed: Memorandum that 4l. in diversis rebus have been delivered to the grantees, as Robert Hunt, late farmer there, held that manor, which sum they are to re-deliver to the grantors at the end of their term, 4 October, 21 Henry VII.
D. 493. Sale by Joan Hawke of Walton on Thames, widow, daughter
and heiress of Agnes Hoke, widow, deceased, to John Reed of London,
notary, Bartholomew Reed, citizen and alderman of the same, Hugh
Peyntwyn, clerk, and Richard Laken, citizen and mercer of London, of
land in Walton, in a field called 'Kenysworth,' in that part called 'Apssefeld'; with letter of attorney authorising John Smalbend, clerk, to deliver
seisin. 17 February, 16 Henry VII.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
|Devon. Somers.||D. 494. Grant by Edward Courtenay, earl of Devon, and Hugh Courtenay, his brother, to Hamo de Breirton, clerk, Roger Grey, John Wodham, and Thomas Kerdyngton, clerk, of their manors of Gothelyngton, Stancombe, and Alyngton, co. Devon, and further grant by the said earl, to the same, of his manors of Hynton and Modeford, co. Somerset, on condition that after the said Hugh shall have married Elizabeth de Audeleye, the said grantees, at the request of the said Hugh and Elizabeth or of the said earl, made at Acford FitzPayn, co. Dorset, shall, within three months afterwards, grant the said manors to the said Hugh in tail male, and to the said Elizabeth, with remainder in fee to the said earl; if Hugh die after the said marriage, before the said re-feoffment is made, Elizabeth is to have the premises for her life with remainder to the heirs male of Hugh's body and to the said earl in fee, if Hugh die before marrying Elizabeth, the said earl is to have the premises in fee. Thursday after St. Gregory, 10 Richard II.|
|Kent.||D. 495. Release by John Girdeler of Chalke, 'smyth,' to John Sedley, one of the auditors of the accounts of the Exchequer, William Mere, yeomau, John Miller, and John Shyllyngford, clerks to the said John Sedley, of all his right in land in Chalke, in a field called 'Goldersland,' next Poldbushe, and adjoining the common road from 'le Chalke' to Thonge (Tonge). 12 October, 16 Henry VII.|
|[Warw.]||D. 496. Release by Agnes and Edith Malyns, daughters and heiresses of John Malyns of Radewey, to Bennet Medley, of all their right in all the messuages, tenements, land, and rents &c. in Radewey, which the said Bennet has of the grant of the said John Malyns and Sibyl his wife, the releasors' parents. Last day of April, 8 Henry VII. Seal.|
|Pembr.||D. 497. Grant by John Perrot of Woodstoke, and Thomas Maghaunle of Tenby, merchant, to Lewis Davy of the same, merchant, and Ellen his wife, for their lives, of all their messuages, lands, and tenements, as well within the liberty of Tenby as in the county named, which the grantors lately had of the grant of the said Lewis; with reversion in fee, after Ellen's death, to the said Lewis. Last day of June, 6 Henry VII. Two seals.|
|[Middx.]||D. 498. Grant by William Andre, citizen of London, to Robert Thyrsk, clerk, John Howby, and John Normanton, of all his goods and chattels and of the debts due to him. 1 January, 1 Henry V.|
|Glouc.||D. 499. Conveyance by Adrian Fortescu, knight, and Anne his wife, to John Sparke, for forty-one years, of a moiety of a pasture called 'le Hoke' in the lordship and parish of Stynchecombe, formerly held by the said John and Walter Sparke. 2 August, 22 Henry VII. Seal, broken.|
|N'hamp.||D. 500. Sale by Thomas Ardern, son of William Ardern, of Cottesford co. Oxford, gentleman, to Thomas Barker of Stene, gentleman, for 10l. of all his lands, tenements, and rents &c. in Astwyk and Evenley, formerly belonging to William Panyard of Swaford co. Oxford, and Joan his wife. 1 May, 19 Henry VII. English. Seal.|