A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1900.
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A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1900.
This free content was digitised by double rekeying. All rights reserved.
|Suff.||D. 701. Grant by Robert de Bolton, the master, and the chaplains, of the chantry or college of Wyngfeld, to Sir John May, clerk, for his life, of a yearly rent of 21l. from their said house, and from all their lands &c. in Suffolk and elsewhere in England; with a proviso that if the grantee is hereafter appointed by them to any prebend &c. of the same value, the present grant is to be void. London, 20 March, 1 Henry IV. Seal defaced.|
|[York.]||D. 702. Grant by William Starr of Azerlawe, to William de Kyllom and Thomas de Wyrethorp, chaplains, of a messuage and lands in Azerlawe, which he had of the gift of Walter de Ledes of Ripon. Feast of St. Bartholomew, A.D. 1404.|
|[Devon.]||D. 703. Grant by brother Roger the abbot, and the convent, of St. Mary de Graciis, near the Tower of London, to William Wynard the lawyer (homini legis), of the county of Devon, for his services, of 40s. yearly pension from the manor of Bovytracy, with further grant of a suitable robe similar to that received by their other household servants (armigeri nostri domestici). Feast of the Purification, 14 Henry IV. Portion of seal.|
D. 704. Grant by Walter Smyth of Trelay, and John Trelay his son,
to Thomas Paderda and Joan his wife, of 10s. yearly rent from all their
messuages, lands, and tenements, in Pendrysyor. Leskyrryd, Monday after
the Purification, 7 Henry IV.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to the delivery by the grantors, to Thomas Paderda, of the said grant at Lostwithiel on Tuesday before Michaelmas, 10 Henry IV.
|[N'hamp.]||D. 705. Grant by Walter Burgeys and Margery his wife, to Thomas Walcote of Westpyrie, of land lying on Dedhull. Westpyrie, Monday before the Ascension, 1 Henry IV. Two seals.|
|[Herts.]||D. 706. Grant by John Marchall of Buntyngford, to Geoffrey Clopton of the county of Cambridge, and Robert Chelmesford of Aspeden, of a messuage and croft in Aspeden. Thursday before All Saints, 8 Henry IV. Seal.|
|[Herts.]||D. 707. Grant by Ellen, late the wife of John Rooke of Buntyngforde, widow, to Richard Justyze of Buntyngforde, of a messuage in the parish of Leyston, abutting on land of the prioress of Halywell and on 'le Hogrene.' Sunday after St. Vincent the martyr, 13 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.|
|[Middx.]||D. 708. Indenture witnessing the delivery by Master Davynus de Nigarell of Lucca, 'phisicus,' warden of the mint (cambii domini regis) within the Tower of London, to Walter Marowe, master of the said mint, by the hands of Thomas Haseley, clerk, supplying the place of the said Davynus, certain parcels for the king's use, specified, viz. various chests, copper weights, a copper ruler (regul'), iron tables, a copper mortar and iron pestle, two large hammers for breaking up silver &c. 24 November, 10 Henry IV.|
|[Worc.]||D. 709. Release by William atte Welle, chaplain, and Richard Rys of Perschore, to Margery Walker, of the same, of all their right in all the lands &c. in Perschore, Walcote, and Wyke, which they had of the grant of Thomas Walker, late husband of the said Margery. Morrow of Midsummer day, 1 Henry IV.|
|[Oxford.]||D. 710. Release by William Fullere of Garyng, and Joan his wife, relict of John Stoweford of Eye in the parish of Sunnyng, to Edmund Spersholt, esquire, of all their right in land in Eye aforesaid, which came to them as the dower of the said Joan from her said late husband; also of all their right in a cottage and curtilage in Eye adjoining the common [field] of Eye called 'Eyefeld.' Saturday after St. Matthias, . Henry IV. Portion of seal.|
|Middx.||D. 711. Demise by John Hore alias Okebourne, to Matilda Luddyngton of Hermodesworth, for her life, of all the lands and tenements &c. formerly belonging to Peter Luddyngton, her son, in Hermodesworth (Harmondsworth), Suthwte, Sibston, and Langford. 1 May, 3 Henry IV. Portion of seal.|
|[ ]||D. 712. Grant by John Spryng of Hangle, to Thomas de Mistyrton, of a piece of land in Hangle. Thursday after St. Augustine, 7 Henry IV.|
|Essex.||D. 713. Demise by Walter Merwe and Elizabeth his wife, to John Cherteseye and Simon Owtlawe, for the lives of the grantors, of a messuage, land, and rent &c. in Waltham Holy Cross, in which the said Walter and Elizabeth had been enfeoffed for life by John Martyn and Simon Owtlawe, who lately had the same by fine in the court of the abbot of Waltham Holy Cross, from John Charteseye and Elizabeth his wife. 28 June, 4 Henry IV.|
D. 714. Grant by John Shelford, to John Elmere, John Campeden,
Thomas Aileward, and William Norton, chaplains, of the manor of Colthrop
and rent in Miggeham, paying 20 marks yearly to the grantor at Arle.
30 May, 3 Henry IV.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in June of the said year.
D. 715. Receipt by Lucy late the wife of Sir Edmund, earl of Kent,
for 18l. received from the citizens of Chichester, of the fee farm of that
city, for Michaelmas term last past, the king having granted to the said
Lucy and to John Bache all the lands and rents &c. of Edmund, late earl
of Kent, to hold from the said earl's death as long as they should remain in
the king's hands. London, 10 October, 13 Henry IV.
Endorsed: 'Allor in r[otul]o xiio in Surr.'
|[Herts.]||D. 716. Demise by William atte Watere, Walter Mice of Ware, and Robert Cok of Hormade, to Geoffrey Dyere, Stephen Taillour, and John Godard, of land in the parish of Aspeden in a field called 'Monemade feld.' Buntyngford, Sunday before Michaelmas, 10 Henry IV. Portions of seal.|
|[Somers.]||D. 717. Conveyance by Robert Hulle, lord of Posterygge, and Isabella his wife, to Geoffrey Denyas, for his life, of all the tenement in Posterygge and in the parish of Asscheholt, which William Sohow and Thomas his son lately held. Spaxton, Sunday after the Circumcision, 7 Henry IV. Seal.|
|[Kent.]||D. 718. Grant by John de Causton, son of the late William de Causton, late citizen and goldsmith of London, to William de Tetlyngbury, clerk, and Alice his sister, of 5 marks yearly rent which he has inherited from his grandfather, William de Causton, late citizen and mercer of London, to be received from all the lands and tenements &c. which formerly belonged to Sir John de la Rivere, knight, in Wolewich. Wednesday, the eve of All Saints, 32 Edward III. Injured.|
|[Kent.]||D. 719. Grant by Richard Bedil of Chalke, to Richard Tumbyrwode of the same, of land in Chalke, part lying in a place called 'Westchalkesouthfeld,' and part in a place called 'Bakeriscrofth.' All Saints day, 11 Henry IV. Portions of seal.|
|[Norf.]||D. 720. Grant by Richard Marcaunt of Saham, to Henry Bryce of Wygenhale, chaplain, Thomas Warde of Great Pagrave, and John Oldman of Saham, of the moiety of a messuage with a croft and land in Saham and Asshele, part lying in 'le Wroo', part at Grongeberd adjoining land of the manor of Uphalle and abutting on land of the manor of Panneworth, and part abutting on Wylwemere. Thursday after the Epiphany, 3 Henry V. Seal.|
D. 721. Release by John Schete of Portlew (Porth-Loe), to John
Robert the carpenter, of all his right in land in the lordship of Lantefey
called 'Childeslond.' Monday after All Saints, 8 Henry IV. Portion of
|[Kent.]||D. 722. Grant by Alice late the wife of Robert Inger, of the parish of Cobeham, to Thomas Potekyn of the parish of Chalk, of all her field called 'Westfeld,' with a portion of a pasture adjoining called 'Westhothe,' adjoining land of the lord of Cobeham. 6 February, 3 Henry IV.|
|[Heref.]||D. 723. Grant in tail, by John Picton, esquire, to Thomas Perrot, son of Stephen Perrot, esquire, and Alice his wife, daughter of the grantor, of all his messuages, lands, and rents &c. in Bikton in Ros, at a yearly rent of two greyhounds (leporarios). Monday after the conversion of St. Paul, 9 Henry V. Seal of arms.|
|[ ]||D. 724. Release by Katherine Sorell, late the wife of Robert Sorell, to Thomas (?) . . . . ., of all her right in all the lands and tenements formerly belonging to her said husband. Monday before the Purification, 10 Henry IV. Much defaced.|
|[Middx.]||D. 725. Receipt by William . . . hurst, the king's carpenter, for . l. received from John Welles, grocer, and John Botiller, clothier, late sheriffs of the city of [London], being part of the 20l. granted to him yearly by the king from the issues of the said city. 1 October, 9 Henry V. Much injured.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 726. Grant by Eva . . . . of St. Davids, to Hugh ap Oweyn, clerk, of land in . . . . . St. Davids, 12 March, . . Edward IV. Much injured and defaced.|
|[Wilts.]||D. 727. Release by Edith daughter of Robert de Humyngtone, to brother John the prior, and the convent, of Maydene Bradeleyghe, of all her right in a tenement in Humyngtone (Hummington). Feast of St. Thomas the apostle before Christmas, 27 Edward [I].|
|[Pembr.]||D. 728. Release by James Howell of Trefllayn, to John Wise of Pembroke, of all personal actions. Pembroke, 16 March, 5 Henry V. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||D. 729. Demise by Reginald the prior, and the convent, of Maxstoke, to William . . . . . ., for ten years, of lands and tenements &c. in Long Ichynton, with certain conditions as to rebuilding a great barn &c. Morrow of Midsummer day, 10 . . . . . Much injured.|
|[Hants.]||D. 730. Indenture between Richard Courtenay, bishop of Norwich, treasurer of the king's chamber and keeper of the king's jewels, and Ibul Straunge, esquire, retained to serve the king beyond the seas for a year with a man-at-arms and three archers, witnessing that the said Richard has delivered to the said Ibul a gold 'founce' of a gold brooch (nouche) garnished with four large diamonds, as surety for the sum due to him for the second quarter of the said year &c. Winchester, 12 July, 3 Henry V. French. Fragment of seal.|
|[Linc.]||D. 731. Conveyance by Thomas de Brunh[am], . . . . s de Westhorpe, vicar of the church of Ouston, William Fouler of Haxay, and Walter Ganger of Craslond, to Agnes Faucus of Craslond, of land with buildings thereon in Craslound; with letter of attorney authorising Robert de Grene and John de Grene to deliver seisin. Feast of St. Vincent the martyr, A.D. 1413. Two seals and portion of seal.|
D. 732. Release by John Abyndon, relict of John Abyndon of
Estpyrye, widow, to John Sharp of the same, of all her right in all that
tenement in the parish of Estpyrye which the said John lately had of the
gift of William Gylot, clerk, parson of the church of Thornton. Sunday
after St. Andrew, 5 Henry IV. Seal.
Endorsed: 'D[e] ten[emento] in Blakwell lane.'
|[Middx ?]||D. 733. Demise by Payn le W . . . . ., to Alexander son of Blakeman, of land in the parish of St. Margaret towards the bridge, . . . . . . . . . . Witnesses:—Maurice de Russie, and others (named). Much injured.|
|[Somers.]||D. 734. Grant by Robert Hylle and Isabella his wife, lords of Edyngton, to John Hayne the younger, and Edith his wife, for life, of the reversion of a tenement and land &c. in Edyngton, which John Hayne the elder, holds for life, and of the moiety of certain meadow land in West Southmore. Spaxston, Friday after St. Maurus the abbot 3 Henry IV.|
|[Warw.]||D. 735. Grant by John de Esunhull, to John le Stone of Wolfarshull, and Thomas de Esunhull, the grantor's brother, of all his lands and tenements &c. in Wolveyere. Sunday after St. Luke, 7 Henry IV.|
|[Glouc.]||D. 736. Demise by Walter the abbot, and the convent, of Bruern to William Walkere of Great Colesborne, and Katherine his wife, for their lives, of all their lands and tenements &c. in Little Colesborne; paying 13s. 4d. yearly, and doing suit at the court of Maresden, the grantors to exonerate the grantees from all amercements in respect of homage or fealty to the bishop of Worcester, or suit at the court of Wythyndun not performed. 10 October, 12 Henry IV.|
|[Norf.]||D. 737. Grant by Thomas Grafton, rector of the church of St. Nicholas, Aysshele, to Thomas Englysshe, John Englysshe, and Nicholas Malverne, of a messuage and croft with land in Aysshele, the messuage lying between the high road and land called 'Coldamscroft,' and part of the land lying near the land of Collardes, part by 'le Rys,' abutting on the high road to Thetford, part in Southfeld adjoining land of the manor of Uphalle, part in the same field adjoining land of the manor of Paneworth, parts in the same field adjoining respectively the land of Randolfe and the land of Frostes, and part at Wyrmelemor, by a path called 'Shakersty.' Thursday before the Purification, 9 Henry V. Seal.|
|[Glouc.]||D. 738. Grant by John Derby of Little Badmynton, to Mabel his wife, of land in the same, part lying in the furlong (quarentena) called 'Estleye' adjoining 'la Portweye,' and part above the meadow called 'Maddeneshulle.' Tuesday after St. Valentine the martyr, 7 Richard II.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 739. Release by Richard Clement of Rosmarket, to William Sewal, and, in fee, to Isabella, William's wife, of all his right in half a burgage in Rosmarket. Friday (?) after Midsummer, 17 Richard II. Defaced.|
|[Worc.]||D. 740. Grant by Thomas Harley of Perschore, to Sirs Roger Kaunt, vicar of St. Andrew's, Perschore, Thomas Muryel, William Tywe, chaplains there, and Thomas Walkere of the same, of all his lands and tenements in Perschore and Walcote. Sunday after the translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 8 Richard II.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 741. Grant by Thomas Perrot, esquire, of Estyngeston, to Nicholas Dawe, John White of Tenby, Henry Dowstowe, William Laurence, William Passevaunt, clerk, and others named, of all the messuages and lands &c. which he lately had of the feoffment of Walter Reynbot in Folcaston. 20 October, 36 Henry VI.|
|Kent.||D. 742. Grant by William Reynold of Southflet, to Margaret, relict of Alexander Ketell, of the same, deceased, of a messuage and land adjoining in Southflet, in the street called 'Westwode,' which the said William had of the giant of the said Alexander. 8 October, 4 Henry V. Seal defaced.|
|[York ?]||D. 743. Release by Matilda, lady of Borton, late the wife of John de Rupe, widow, to Geoffrey Huscard, of all her right in the wood of Bemptone. Witnesses:—Sirs Gilbert de Valle, and Geoffrey de Rupe, Jakys de Castro Martin, and others (named).|
|[Wilts.]||D. 744. Release by John Gore, to Thomas Hungerford, knight, Thomas Gore and John Marreys, of all his right in all the lands and tenements &c. in Farleghe and Farleghewyke, which he formerly had, with the said grantees, by fine in the king's court at Westminster. Farleghe Monacorum, Sunday after the Invention of Holy Cross, 17 Richard II.|
|[Herts.]||D. 745. Grant by Robert de Louthe, to John, son of Sir Roger de Louthe, knight, of a messuage and land in Bishop's Hatfeld. Sunday, the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula, 46 Edward III. Seal of arms, defaced.|
|[Cornw.]||D. 746. Grant in tail by John Beket the elder, lord of Corthethier, to John Talcarn the younger, of Cachefrens, and Joan, the grantor's daughter, of all his lands and tenements &c. in Laydok, with reversion in fee to the grantor; with letter of attorney authorising William Leyn to deliver seisin. Thursday before the apostles Philip and James, 36 Henry VI.|
|[Worc ?]||D. 747. Release by Richard Ruyhale the elder, to William Foliot, of all his right in all the lands and tenements which the releasor formerly had of the grant of John de Longedon, son of Robert de Longedon. Persshore, Friday the feast of SS. Cosmus and Damian, 16 Richard [II].|
D. 748. Demise by John Staverton of Eyke co. Suffolk, and Thomas
Horn of Bokelond, to William de Ferrariis, lord of Groby, and Philip
Thornbury of Mondene, knights, William Rokesburgh and William
Mondene, esquires, and Richard Kyrkeby of the county of Essex, of the
manor called 'Hacons,' with all the lands &c. acquired by Robert Chelmesford the elder, from Beatrice Baldewyne, Richard atte Hill, Richard Joop,
Robert Langtoft, and John Barbour, of Russhedene, in Aspedene, Throkkyng,
Wydyhale, Leyston, and Benyton, all which the grantors lately had, with
certain persons named, and others, now deceased, of the grant of the said
Robert. Sunday before St. Gregory, 9 Henry V.
Endorsed: 'Carta Johannis Staverton et Thome Horne facta Willelmo domino de Ferr[ariis], Philippo Thornbury, et aliis, ad usum Ric[ard]i Kirkby' &c.
|[York.]||D. 749. Grant by William son of Robert de Siclinghale, to Simon de Werreby, of land in Werreby. Witnesses:—Thomas de Arches, Reginald de Ditton, R . . . . . de Bilton, and others (named). Much injured.|
|[Warw.]||D. 750. Release by Geoffrey Allesley, William Darset, and John Wyllenhale, to Thomas Stratton and Roberta his wife, of all their right in all the lands and tenements &c. in Shotteswell, Halford, and Stoneley, which the releasors lately had of the feoffment of William Shukburgh, deceased. Last day of May, 16 Henry VI. Much injured.|
|Pembr.||D. 751. Grant by John Walter of Tenby, and Eleanor his wife, that the rent of six messuages in the same, granted by them to Richard . . . ., and William . . . . . ., chaplains, and Thomas Geffrey, by fine levied in the county named, may be paid to John Wyse, yearly, by the said grantees, until the sum of 20l. has been so paid; if the grantors sell or alienate &c. the premises after payment of the said sum, the said John Wyse is to have the right of pre-emption, but if the grantors do not wish to sell the premises after payment of the said 20l. then the said grantees shall reenfeoff the grantors with the premises &c. Last day of October, . . Henry [VI ?] Much injured.|
|Kent.||D. 752. Release by Thomas Cowpere of Southflete, to Richard Cowpere, his son, of the same, of all his right in land in Southflete and Stone, part lying in a field called 'Leggescroft' in Stone, adjoining land of the manor of Po . . e, and part in a field called '. . . . . theledown,' in Suthflete. 2 March, 4 Henry V. Injured. Seal defaced.|
|[Kent.]||D. 753. Grant by William Wrenne of Southflete, to Agnes late the wife of William Russell, of the fame, of land in Southflete in the field called 'Clynton.' 18 March, 6 Henry V.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 754. Grant by William Robyn of Haverford, to William Jamys of Hilstret, John ap Howell, Thomas Sommyre, and David Dewy the elder, of half a burgage in Haverford situated in 'le Hilstret' on the hill of St. Thomas the martyr, 4 August, 17 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Leic.]||D. 755. Demise by the prior and convent of Kyrkeby-on-Wrethek to Thomas Pepyn, rector of the church of Bukemynstre, and John Atteparsons of Seusterne, for their lives, of land in Bukemynstre, with the site of the mill there, part of the land lying on the moor by the cross of . . . . . &c. . . . . . . St. Alphege, 11 Richard II. Much mutilated.|
|Kent.||D. 756. Release by John Stathebery of Southflete, the elder, to Margaret late the wife of Alexander Ketell, of the same, deceased, of all his right in a messuage and land which he had of the grant of the said Margaret, in Suthflete, in the street called 'Westwode.' 26 August 8 Henry V. Fragment of seal.|
|N'hamp.||D. 757. Release by William Sauter of Evenle, 'gentilman,' to William Denys late of the same, alias of Chorleton, of all his right in a yearly rent of 8s. arising from lands and tenements called 'Cretonslond' alias 'Kenetes,' in Evenle, lately acquired by the said Denys from William West, deceased, concerning the possession of which rent, disputes had arisen between the releasor and the said William Denys; reserving to the releasor 2¾d. yearly from the said lands and tenements, to be paid by him to the ward of the king's castle of Rokyngham, and at the sheriff's tourn of the hundred of Sutton. Feast of St. Mary Magdalene, 25 Henry VI.|
|[Somers.]||D. 758. Conveyance by Robert Hulle, lord of Edyngton, and Isabella his wife, to John Gylberd the younger, of Edyngton, and Cristina his wife, for their lives, of the reversion of a tenement and land &c. in Edyngton, with common of pasture and turbary on Edyngtonesmore. Spaxton, Sunday after All Saints, 7 Henry IV.|
|[Cornw.]||D. 759. Grant by John Geffrey, to Thomas Clemens, of a tenement with a garden in Leskerd. Witnesses:—Thomas Skynnard, mayor, William Osborn and Thomas Attewille, provosts, of the said borough, and others (named). Thursday before St. Margaret, 32 Henry VI.|
|[Kent.]||D. 760. Grant by William Arnold of the parish of Northflete, to John Ifeld 'atte Ende' of the parish of Stone by Derteford, of a messuage and garden in Southflete, in the road called 'Bedysham,' and of land in the same in a field called 'Heyfelde.' 26 August, 10 Henry V.|
D. 761. Indenture between Richard, bishop of Salisbury and late
bishop of Chichester, and Hugh de Byseley, on behalf of the said bishop,
of the one part, and Walter Bristowe, monk, the king's farmer of the alien
priory of Wylmyngton, of the other, witnessing that the said bishop and
the said Hugh have delivered to the said Walter all the live and dead stock
specified, viz., household goods, furniture, oxen, sheep, hogs, implements of
husbandry, oats, money, &c. and 6l. on account of waste and repairs during
the occupation of the said bishop and Hugh, late farmers there. Saturday
after St. Martin, 2 Henry IV. Portion of seal, defaced.
Endorsed: 'Irr[otulatur] in memorand[is] s[ca]cc[ar]ii videl[ice]t.'
|York.||D. 762. Grant by John the prior, and the convent, of St. Mary's, Bridlington, to Henry, duke of York, second son of the king, for his life, of the office of chief steward of the said monastery. 16 September, 13 Henry VII.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 763. Release by Roland Redman, and Alice, late the wife of John Thomas of Haverford, 'marchaunt,' to William Perrot of Haroldiston, esquire, of all their right in a moiety of a burgage in Haverford, which moiety the said William lately had of their grant. 6 March, 4 Henry VII. Seal defaced.|
|[Kent.]||D. 764. Demise in tail by the abbot and convent of St. Mary's, Boxle, to Simon Wyg of the parish of Goudeherst, and Joan his wife, for sixty years, of a messuage with a garden and land at Chyngele in Smythfeld, to hold under the conditions specified. 30 December, 1 Henry V. Much defaced.|
|N'hamp.||D. 765. Grant by Robert Mighel of Oldstratford, and John Mighel of Couesgrave, his brother, to John Broun of Yardley Gobion, and Alice his wife, of land in Estpury, Yardley, Furtho, and Couesgrave, part called 'Sevenpolis,' part lying on 'le Gosty,' part in the tillage called 'Hangyng,' part on 'le Blake . . . . .,' part in the tillage (?) called 'Stretefurlong,' and part called 'Steynyng' &c. Last day but one of April, 18 Henry VII. Two seals, injured.|
|N'hamp.||D. 766. Grant by Agnes Brown, widow, late the wife of William Brown, to John Dey of Towcestre, clerk, and Richard Travell of Hertwell, of all her lands and tenements &c. in Potterspury, Yerdley Gobyon, Moreyend, Cosegrave, and Old Stratford. 4 January, 13 Henry VII. Seal defaced.|
|Kent.||D. 767. Grant by Agnes Arnold, widow, late the wife of Thomas Arnold of the parish of St. Nicholas, Strode, to Robert Barry, John Rolff, John Newman, and John Smyth the younger, of the parish of Clyff, of land in Cleve aforesaid, lying in the fields called 'Hiefeld,' 'Scarbryggys' and 'Hachesonle.' 22 February, 8 Henry VII.|
D. 768. Bond by John Batte of Cales, merchant, to Thomas
Bodulgate, esquire, for 200l. to be paid at Midsummer next. Last day of
April, A.D. 1448, 26 Henry VI.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond witnessing that if the said John Batte shall observe the ordinance of John Trevilian and John Brekenok, esquires, chosen as arbitrators in all actions &c. between himself and the said Thomas, before the above limited date, then the above bond shall be void.
|Herts.||D. 769. Demise in tail by Guy Fairfax, knight, one of the justices of the king's Bench, John Butler, esquire, and Thomas Saye, 'gentilman,' to Thomas Basyngbourne, esquire, and Katherine his wife, of their manor of Hoddesdonbury, with its appurtenances in Hoddesden, Great and Little Brokesbourne, Brekenden, Wermeley, and Amwell; with further demise of all their other lands &c. in the said places, formerly belonging to John Basingbourne, father of the said Thomas, or to any others to his use, with remainder to the right heirs of the said Thomas Basyngbourne; with letter of attorney authorising Thomas Frankeshe, gentleman, and William Branburgh, to deliver seisin. 26 November, 9 Henry VII. Seal.|
D. 770. Release by John at Wok alias Husborne, late of Denton,
son and heir of John at Wok alias Husborne of Denton, deceased, of the
county named, to Richard Lawrence of Melton by Gravesend, 'yoman,' of
all his right in lands and tenements in Denton or elsewhere. 20 June,
23 Henry VII.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to sealing of above release.
|[Pembr.]||D. 771. Release by James ap Gwyn, lord of Gumfreston, to Ho[well] ap Gr[uffith] Boghan, of all actions. Last day but one of January, 17 Henry VII. Fragments of seal.|
|Pembr.||D. 772. Demise by William Perrot, esquire, to Thomas Mody for twenty-one years, of all his messuages, lands, and tenements, at Ethyneston 8 January, 4 Henry VII. Seal.|
|York.||D. 773. Grant by James the prior, and the convent, of St. Mary's Watton, to Henry, duke of York, second son of the king, for his life of the office of chief steward of their monastery. 13 kalends of November [20 October], A.D. 1497.|
D. 774. Bond by John Coryngton of Trencryke, esquire, John
Buketon of Buketon, and Thomas Coryngton of Hey in the parish of
St. Ives, gentlemen, to Arthur, eldest son of the king, prince of Wales
duke of Cornwall, and earl of Chester and Flynt, for 100l. to be paid at
All Saints next. 1 October, 10 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
Underwritten: Condition of above bond, witnessing that if the said John Coryngton shall keep the king's peace and be of good behaviour, the said bond shall be void.
D. 775. Grant by Henry . . . ., to John Welynton and John
[Brade ?]welle, of a yearly rent of 2 marks from a messuage and land &c.
in [Borton], with the reversion of the said premises after the death of the
present tenant. Thursday after St. . . . ., 4 Richard II. Much injured.
Endorsed: 'Carta de una carucata terre in Borton' &c.
|[Cornw.]||D. 776. Demise by John Beket, esquire, to William Nicoll, for eighty years, of a tenement and garden in Leskerd 'burgh,' with a toft there by 'le Wasshyngwyll.' 22 May, 21 Henry VII.|
|[Kent.]||D. 777. Grant by John Martyn of Fylburgh, of the parish of Chalke, to Robert Holte of Cobham, of land in Rabett, adjoining land of the manor of Westcourte. Michaelmas, 2 Henry VII. Portion of seal, defaced.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 778. Grant by John Wogan of Bulston, to Roland Tanner of Haverford, of the moiety of a burgage in Haverford, situated in 'le Medill rewe,' by Durkestrete. Feast of the apostles Philip and James, 8 Henry VII.|
|Kent.||D. 779. Release by Richard Gardeler of Cobham, to John Cowper, late of Suthflete, of all his right in a tenement with land in the parish of Suthflete, in a place called 'Bettisham.' 13 January, 3 Henry VII. Portion of seal.|
|Kent.||D. 780. Release by John Spotte of Suthflete, John Ponder, William Marchall, John Harper, John Teteryok, and John Coney, brothers of the guild of Bettsham within the tenure of Suthflete, to John Ketell of Suthflete, of all their right in eighteen 'dawerks' of land in the field called 'Davys,' adjoining land of the prior and convent of Rochester. 10 March, 9 Henry VII. Three seals and portion of seal.|
|Kent.||D. 781. Release by William Godfrey of the parish of Southflete, to John Ketyll and John Grove, of all his right in land lying in the field called 'Walesfelde' in the said parish, and in a parcel of land [in Southflete] at 'le Sole.' 6 September, 5 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.|
|[Middx.]||D. 782. Release by William Botry, citizen and mercer of London, to Thomas Darcy, knight, Lord Darcy, of all actions. 26 July, 19 Henry VII. Signed. Fragment of seal.|
|Kent.||D. 783. Grant by John Clodde of Southflete, to John Ketyll, John Grove, Thomas Wybarn, and William Godfrey, of a messuage and garden with two crofts called 'Skell croftis,' in the parish of Southflete, in the street called 'West Wodde,' the said crofts adjoining the lane leading from Westwode to Bedsham. 10 November, 2 Henry VII. Seal defaced.|
|[Kent.]||D. 784. Release by Thomas Petijohn of Sowthflete, to John Ketil and John Grove, of all his right in a messuage called 'Herfordes' in the tenure of Westwood, in the said parish, with a croft called 'Reynoldes croft.' 25 February, 3 Henry VII.|
|Kent.||D. 785. Release by Thomas Petijon of Southflete, to John Ketyll and Thomas Wybarn, of all his right in land in Southflete, in a field called 'Waleysfeld.' 10 November, 2 Henry VII. Seal.|
|Essex.||D. 786. Indenture between the king and Sir Robert Tyrell, knight, witnessing that the king grants to the said Sir Robert, liberty to enter upon a capital messuage and land called 'Richemondes,' in Thaxstede, with all the rents and services belonging thereto in Stebbyng, Berdefeld, Lyndezell, and Dunmowe, and the keeping of the three parks of Thaxstede, and herbage and pannage of the said parks, reserving sufficient pasture for the king's deer there, all which premises formerly belonged to John Fan and previously to John Richemond, and which William Bailly, late bailly to the king &c. of the lordship and manor of Thaxstede, has seized in the king's name; the said Sir Robert to release to the king all his right in all other lands and tenements &c. formerly belonging to the said John Fan within the lordship and manor of Thaxstede viz. land called 'Boxstede,' land in Shypcotefelde, lands called respectively 'Gosnolles,' 'Busshys,' 'Parke mede,' 'Spryngoldes,' and 'Turbuttes,' and land in Boxstedefeld &c. the said Sir Robert to have a yearly fee of 4d. a day out of the said manor for keeping the said parks. 18 May, 18 Henry VII. English. Signed. Fragment of seal.|
|Essex.||D. 787. Release by Thomas Clopton of Sydmyster, 'gentilman,' to John Heron, citizen and mercer of London, of all actions. 23 November, 6 Henry VII.|
|Bedf.||D. 788. Demise by Reginald Bray, knight, to Richard Elwyn, clerk, for his life, of the messuage and lands &c. which Robert Cutte, clerk, lately held in Eyton, Houghton, Toternhoo, and Wypsnade, on condition that the grantee shall celebrate service in St. Nicholas's chapel, Eyton, daily, or at least three times a week, for the said Reginald and Katherine his wife, and shall provide two candles and a lamp to burn there, and also bread and wine for the said service during his life; with letter of attorney authorising John Coulyff and Thomas Tayloure to deliver seisin. 30 May, 18 Henry VII. Signed.|
|[Cornw.]||D. 789.Demise by John Yogge, to Thomas Ponteyed, for forty years, of a close in Kayrnel in the parish of Hellond. Westnarth, 4 July, 1 Henry VII.|
D. 790. Bond by Arche Nykson, Davy Nikson, Clement Nikson, and
Quyntyn Nikson, of the county named, yeomen, to Roger, bishop of Carlisle,
Thomas Dacre, lord of Dacre, Randulph Dacre, esquire, and John Musgrave,
knight, for 20 marks, to be paid to the king's use at Martinmas next.
15 October, 22 Henry VII.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond witnessing that if the above-bounden persons or any 'of their surnames, clannes,' or any other dwelling under them, neither steal, 'resett, lodge, ne aide steler or stelers, resetter or resetters' &c. within . . . . or the borders of the same, or if the said persons &c. having stolen any goods &c. restore the same to the owners within eight days after demand, or else within six days after such demand 'entre the said person or persons steler or stelers of the said goodes to the kynges gaard' &c. 'and if itt shall happen any Englisheman to folow his trod of his gude stolin into ony grownd wher as the sayd Arche, Davy, Clement, and Quintyn or ony of ther surname or clannes haith habitacon or rewll owd make reslitucon of the said godes or els uttren the sayd trod outt of ther grownde,' then the above bond is to be void.
|Linc.||D. 791. Grant by John Thistillton of Stamford, the younger, husbandman, to John Taylior, clerk, William Radcliff, and Thomas Bewscher, of a cottage and garden in the parish of St. Martin the bishop, beyond the bridge, at the east end of the town, to the use of William Willyames in tail, with remainders in tail, to David, George, and Henry Williames, successively, and, in fee, to Agnes, wife of the aforesaid (sic) Thomas Williams; the grantees to pay 3s. 4d. yearly to the wardens of the parish church of St. Martin aforesaid. Stamford, 4 July, 12 Henry VII. Seal.|
|[Devon.]||D. 792. Grant by John Petirfild, son and heir of William Petirfild, to Thomas Yogge and Margaret his wife, of a tenement within the borough of Plymouth, in the street called 'Finewellstrete,' by the cemetery of St. Andrew's church; with letter of attorney authorising John Eme and John Archer, chaplains, to deliver seisin. Witnesses:—Thomas Tresawell, mayor of Plymouth, and others (named). 25 October, 3 Henry VII.|
|N'hamp.||D. 793. Grant by John Dey of Towcestre, clerk, and Richard Travell of Hertwell, to John Brown and Alice his wife, of all their lands and tenements &c. in Potterspury, Yerdley Gobyon, Moreyend, Cosegrave and Old Stratford, which they had of the grant of Agnes Brown, late the wife of William Brown, deceased. 20 January, 15 Henry VII.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 794. Letter of attorney by John Walter, authorising John Perrot of Haverford to act as his deputy in the office of attorney to the duke of Bedford in the lordship of Haverford. 20 December, 10 Henry VII.|
D. 795. Release by John Thornbury, to John Saye, knight, John
Sturgion, John Pulter, and Thomas Braughen, of all his right in the manor
of Lytell Munden with the advowson of the church there, and in the
manors of Maries and Berneviles, with all other lands &c. in Muche
Munden, Lytell Munden, Watton at Stone, and Bennyngton, which formerly
belonged to Philip Thornbury, knight, grandfather of the grantor; with
warranty against the abbot of Westminster. 10 November, 2 Henry VII.
Signed. Fragment of seal, defaced.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll.
|[Cornw.]||D. 796. Grant by Richard Coryton, to Elizabeth, late the wife of Ralph Bray, of the 'halvyndele' of all the tinworks in the 'Fusparke' in the parish of Syn Clere, 'as thay ben bondid & markid,' formerly belonging to the said Ralph, the administration of whose goods has been bought by the grantor; with further grant that after Richard's decease the other 'halvyndelo' of the said tinworks is to remain to the said Elizabeth, 'doyng hyr costes & labor as it belongyth to ye said tynworkes.' Leskird, 5 July, 5 Henry VII. English.|
D. 797. Grant by Roger Forster of Thistilworth co. Middlesex,
brewer, to John Williams, yeoman of the Crown (valecto corone domini
regis), of a messuage with a curtilage in Cayho, in the parish of Westshene, between the high road and the Thames, which the grantor lately
had of the gift of John Colyn, son and heir of Adam Colyn. 10 July,
16 Henry VII.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
|[Warw.]||D. 798. Grant by Bennet Medeley of Whitnasshe, to Thomas Cokesey, knight, John Smyth of Coventre, 'gentilman,' Thomas Seman, and Roger Greswold, of all his messuages and lands &c. in Radewey, and all other lands &c. there, lately belonging to William Malyns of Radewey, which the grantor had of the gift of John Malyns, son and heir of the said William, and of Sibyl his wife, paying 3s. 6d. yearly to the abbot of Stonley, and 12d. to the lords of Derset; with letter of attorney authorising Laurence Clerk to deliver seisin. 9 June, 11 Henry VII. Seal.|
|Linc.||D. 799. Demise by Nicholas Edwarde of Staunford, 'pewterer,' to Robert Grymston, clerk, and Henry Grymston of Staunford, 'barker,' of all his right and term in a small void plot, now built upon, in Staunford, in the street called 'Estebythewater,' extending from the high road to the bank of the Welande, and of all his right in land in Staunford Baron, all which premises he lately had of the abbot and convent of Peterborough. 28 November, 13 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.|
|Essex.||D. 800. Grant by Thomas Bassyngbourne of Bishops Hatfield co. Hertford, esquire, to Thomas Kebeel, serjeant-at-law, John Cornewaleys, esquire, John Broun, 'gentilman,' Reginald Pegge, and Robert Ellyngton, of the manor of Manuden Hall, and of a tenement called 'Wodehall' in Ogeley, and of all his lands and tenements &c. in Manuden, Ogeley, and Stansted; with letter of attorney authorising Roger Useley and Thomas Pycher to deliver seisin. 28 May, 6 Henry VII. Signed.|