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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|[Kent.]||D. 1001. Grant by Gilbert Bout' of Southflet, to John Rudion the elder, and John Wellay, of all his messuages, lands, and tenements in Southflet and Stone. Witnesses:—Master John Launce, rector of the church of Southflet, and others (named). 20 April, 7 Henry V.|
|N'hamp. Hunt.||D. 1002. Grant by William the prior, and the convent, of Stonley co. Hunt. to Thomas Bekeryng, esquire, of the county of Nottingham, of all the lands and tenements in Gatworth Magna, in the counties of Northampton and Huntingdon, which they had of the gift of Ellen, late the wife of John Skyle of Glatton. Feast of St. Margaret the virgin and martyr, 8 Henry V. Seal of arms.|
D. 1003. Grant by brother John the prior, and the convent, of the
Charterhouse, London, to John Vauhen, bachelor in canon law, of a full
share, during his life and in his death, of the spiritual benefits from the
masses, fasts, vigils, alms &c. in the said house, with an anniversary service
on the day of his death, and perpetual remembrance in a mass to be
celebrated daily at the altar of St. Anne in their church. 16 August A.D.
Endorted: 'Et obiit xij° die Junii anno d[omi]ni m[illesim]o q[ua]dringe[n]tesimo no[na]gesimo nono.'
|[Cornw.]||D. 1004. Grant by Joan, late the wife of Robert de Treyer the elder widow, to Henry Frund, vicar of the church of Liskyrd, and Thomas de Bosknynys, chaplain of Mahiniet, for the grantor's life, of all her messuages lands, and tenements, in the town and manor of Liskyrd, with the rents and services of all her free tenants there; with remainder to Robert son of Robert Crochard the elder, of Treyer, and his heirs by his wife Thomasia daughter of Richard Code, and in default of such issue to the said Robert, in tail, with various other remainders, specified, and reversion in fee to the grantor. Saturday before St. Margaret, 36 Edward III.|
D. 1005. Grant by Ralph de Mannyngeh' of Merston, to John de
Leuesham, of land in Houton, part held from Sir John Conquest, knight;
reserving to the grantor certain land, part lying upon and around Ballond;
paying 6s. 6d. yearly to the said Sir John, at the appointed terms of the
fee of Kalhull, and 14s. to the grantor. Witnesses:—Thomas de Bernak,
and others (named).
Endorsed: 'Houghton Conquest.'
|[Essex.]||D. 1006. Demise by Matthew Sayher of Fordham, John Marchaunt of Peldon, Geoffrey Estwode of Great Bromleygh, and Thomas Webbe of Peldon, to John Wakeryng and Henry Kays, clerks, William Chichely, citizen of London, William Bozun of the county of Bedford, William Paston of the county of Norfolk, Richard Osbarn, citizen of London, David Fyvyon, clerk, and Robert Chamberleyn, of a croft of land called 'Sevenacre' in the parish of Peldon. 20 October, 3 Henry V. Four seals, one broken.|
|[Hants.]||D. 1007. Release by Cristina Souches, widow, to John Mulleward and Alice his wife, of all her right in 6d. yearly rent from a smithy (domo fabrina) in Sopple, which Richard Smyth holds for life, and all her right in the reversion of the said house, and in land there, part called 'Brodeacre' lying in Sopplemede. Thursday before St. Peter ad Vincula, 9 Henry V. Portion of seal.|
|Berks.||D. 1008. Demise by Water Barton, to Richard Hyll of Est Ildesley, for twenty-one years, of a tenement in Ildesley called 'the New Yn' with all lands belonging thereto, and half an acre of underwood, yearly, to be delivered to him 'apon the stem' &c. Michaelmas, 22 Henry VIII. English. Seal.|
|Carmar.||D. 1009. Grant by Geoffrey Pontan, clerk, to Janckyn ap David ap Gwyllym of the commote of Osterloy, 'husbondeman,' of all the lands and tenements &c. in Doleverwith and 'le Gorwith,' or elsewhere within the lordship of Lagharn, and within the town of Whitlonde, which he lately had of the grant of Thomas ap David ap Ll[ewelli]n ap Howell. 3 March, 2 Henry VIII. Seal.|
|Cumbr.||D. 1010. Release by Sir William Home, clerk, to Gilbert Wawton, John Morton, and John Quixley, of all his right in the advowson of the church of Brigham, 1 January, 9 Henry VI. Injured.|
|[Middx.]||D. 1011. Indenture of apprenticeship witnessing that Edward Ladman, son of William Ladman late of Stoke co. Essex, yeoman, deceased, has apprenticed himself to Richard Grey, citizen and loriner of London, for ten years; William Riche being mayor of London, William Laxton, and Martin Bowes, sheriffs of the same. Christmas day, 32 Henry VIII. Portion of seal.|
|[Carmar.]||D. 1012. Grant by John Puntayne of Trefvaghaune within the lordship of Nerberth, gentleman, to Thomas ap Owen, of the parish of Kiffick, of two tenements in the said parish within the lordship of Langharne; one at Trevachaun, with all the grantor's lands lying between land of the lord of Lagharne, and the river called 'Tave,' and the other at Darksladeshead, adjoining land called 'Carnwen.' 10 May, 23 Henry VIII.|
|[Heref.] Warw.||D. 1013. Letter of attorney by Thomas Bisshop of the city of Hereford, 'fourbur,' authorising Elyas a Torneley of Aston co. Warwick, 'yoman,' to recover for him 8l. 12d. owed to him by John Adesworth. Last day of October, 9 Henry VIII. Seal.|
|Berks.||D. 1014. Grant by Thomas Englefild, esquire, to Joan Leynham, widow, late the wife of Henry Leynham, esquire, for her life, of a yearly rent of 6l. 13s. 4d. in the manor of Tydmershe, in satisfaction of her dower out of the said manor and other lands and tenements in Tydmershe which the said Henry held in his demesne as of fee. 27 November, 9 Henry VIII. Seal.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 1015. Grant, in tail, by Wyard, vicar of the church of Karreu, to Rees son of Griffin, in free marriage with Elena, the grantor's foster-child, of land in Karreu. Witnesses:—Sir Roger, rector of the church of Karreu, Richard Melin, Adam Poer, Mau[ri]ce de villa Poer, Philip de Christi Ecclesia, and others (named). [Henry III.]|
|Berks.||D. 1016. Demise by Francis Englefyld, lord of the manor of Sawndrevyles in Southmorton, to Richard Saddeler alias Dewe and Elizabeth his wife, for their lives, of a messuage called 'Jenyns' and land, in Southmorton, paying yearly 20s. and a white loaf, half a bushel of corn, a flagon of ale and two capons at Christmas &c. 20 May, 38 Henry VIII. Seal.|
|[Cumbr.]||D. 1017. Grant by Michel de Dokewra of Penreth, to William Glerek, son of Robert Johnson, of Kirkeosewald, and Christina his wife, of a messuage with a garden adjoining and common of pasture &c. in Penreth. 12 . . . . ., 15 Richard II.|
D. 1018. Acquittance by Henry le Scrope, lord of Massham, and
Joan, duchess of York, his wife, for 100l. received from Thomas Sutton
and John Leversegge, the king's customers of the port of Kynkeston on
Hull, part of an annuity of 200 marks due to them during the life of the
said Joan. 20 October, 12 Henry IV.
Endorsed: Memorandum of allowance being made for the said sum to the said collectors on their account.
|Somers.||D. 1019. Acquittance by Margaret Holland, countess of Somerset, for 20 marks received from Humphrey Stafford, sheriff of Somerset, in payment of two parts of an annuity of 20l. granted by Richard, late king of England, to her husband, Sir John, late earl of Somerset, in tail male, and which having been seized into the king's hands at the death of her said husband, has been granted to her during the minority of her son Henry &c. 2 November, 12 Henry IV. Seal of arms.|
|[Norf.]||D. 1020. Grant by Thomas de Kerdeston, knight, to Humphrey Stafford, earl of Stafford, William Pole, earl of Suffolk, Thomas, lord of Morlee, Thomas de Erpyngham, Simon Felbrygge, John Carbonel, Henry Ingelose, and Edmund Berry, knights, William Paston, Thomas Frampton clerk, John Berneys of Wichyngham, John Berneys of Redham, William Garneys, Robert Bolton, clerk, and Richard Lound, of a moiety of the manor of Sydesterne and Brucham Neuton, with the advowson of the church of Neuto[n], and rents and services &c. in Sydesterne, Southcreyk and Brucham Neuton. Clayton, last day of June, 10 [Henry V]. Injured|
|[Somers.]||D. 1021. Confirmation by Roger la Zuche, son and heir of Sir Alan la Zuche,t,o the leprous women and the prior and brethren of Maydenebradelegh, of a grant in frank almoin (recited) made to them by his said father, of a yearly rent of 100s. &c. due from Sir Nicholas de Vaus for lands in Cudewrthe; in return for which brother John the prior, and the sick sisters, and the brethren, of the said house, granted a chaplain to celebrate divine service for the souls of Sir Alan and the lady Elena his wife &c. Witnesses to the confirmation:—Sirs Ivo la Zuche, Alan la Zuche, Nicholas de Vallibus, and William de Dun, knights, and others (named). [A.D. 1269– 1285.]|
D. 1022. Defeasance of a release by Sir Thomas Kerdeston, knight,
and Thomas Trenchemere, to Nicholas Oby, of all their right in the manor
of Estryston called 'Kerdeston halle' alias 'Nether halle'; witnessing
that if the said Sir Thomas shall pay to the said Nicholas 72l. 14s. 2d.
at the dates specified, then the said Nicholas shall make estate to the
said Sir Thomas [in the said manor] in fee for ever. 11 November,
21 Henry VI. English.'
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll of the above year.
|Essex.||D. 1023. Acquittance by William Leycestre, yeoman of the cellar, to Isabella, consort of Richard, late king of England, for 25l. received from Gerard Braybrook, sheriff of Essex, for two-and-a-half years payment of an annuity of 10l. granted to him by the said late king. London, 12 October, 9 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.|
|[ ]||D. 1024. Acquittance by William Pope, esquire, for 20l. received from Henry Kays, clerk, keeper of the Hanaper, and granted to the said Pope by the king, being a fine made by Joyce, late the wife of John son of John Wrooth, knight, deceased, a king's widow, for licence to marry at her pleasure. 11 March, 14 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.|
D. 1025. Surrender by Oliver Leigh and John Leigh, knights, to the
king, of all their right in a meadow called 'Littell Shroffolde,' in the parish
of Lewesham, and in land called 'maryshe grounde' and 'aldersgrounde'
called 'Boyland,' in the said parish, parcel of the manor of Shroffolde, and
late parcel of the possessions of Thomas, marquis of Dorset, granted in
exchange by Elizabeth, late queen of England, to the said Oliver and John,
and to Charles Leigh, for their lives. 1 June, 7 James I. A.D. 1609.
Underwritten: Memorandum of acknowledgment by the parties before Matthew Carew, knight, a Master in Chancery, the said day and year.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll on the 24th June of the above year.
|[Oxford.]||D. 1026. Release by Thomas le Mareschal, son of the late William le Mareschal, of Crowmershe Giffard, to John de Alvetone, of all his right in all the lands &c. formerly belonging to Richard Moryn in Nywenham, adjoining 'la Middelhegg' and 'la Port pathe,' and the high road to Henle. Saturday the morrow of the Epiphany, 8 Edward III.|
|[N'hamp.]||D. 1027. Grant by Geoffrey son of Geoffrey de Torp, to Richard son of Robert de Berwedon, of land in Torp, on Beru, adjoining lands of Richard le Blund, Ralph de Prestele, and Ralph de Bellafago. Witnesses; —William de Weledon and others (named). (Thirteenth century.)|
D. 1028. Grant by William Yogge, son and heir of John Yogge, to
John Menwynnek, of a tenement and garden within the borough of
Plymmouth in Sutton Vawtard; with letter of attorney authorising John
Clawe and Walter Adam to deliver seisin. 24 October, 19 Henry VIII.
Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to sealing, and to delivery of seisin on November 11th.
|Devon.||D. 1029. Grant by Simon the abbot, and the convent, of Torre, to William Roupe, gentleman, for his life, of 40s. yearly rent from their manors, messuages, lands, and tenements, in the county named. 6 November, 30 Henry VIII.|
|York.||D. 1030. Grant by Elisabeth Roughton, the prioress, and the convent, of Baisdaill, to their chaplain, James Duck, clerk, for his life, of 4l. yearly rent from their tenement in Colbe in Cleveland. 6 May, 30 Henry VIII.|
|[Surrey.]||D. 1031. Grant by John Kyng, 'bocher,' of Certeseye, to Thomas Barbour called 'Wrotham' of Certeseye, of land and wood in Certeseye, adjoining the high road from Chabeham, and extending from land called 'Botteles' to land called 'Synderhull.' Sunday the morrow of St. Hilary, 1 Henry V.|
|[Kent ?]||D. 1032. Release by Adam Smyht, to Richard Schymyng and Juliana his wife, of all his right in land called 'Cokkowes croft' lying between land of the abbot of Boxle and the lane called 'Helstedes lane.' 10 March, 15 Henry VI.|
|[Essex ?]||D. 1033. Grant by John Bere, son and heir of John Bere the elder, to Thomas Walsh, Richard Flemyng, and Percival Flemyng, of a garden with a cottage built thereon called 'Kyrihennesgardyn,' and land, in Sutton Magna, with the pasture of a common road lying opposite the said land; with further grant of a messuage called 'Berystenement,' with common of the said road 'de uno furdo usque ad alium furdum.' Thursday in Easter week, 2 Henry V. Seal, broken.|
|Pembr.||D. 1034. Grant by Robert de Valle, knight, to Sir John Wogan, binding the grantor in 400l. to pursue his right by the counsel of Sir John, to obtain the land of Bempton in the barony of Walwany castle, which Nicholas de Bolevile lately, in the county of Pembroke, recovered against the grantor; also to defend certain land in Bempton which Robert de Crepping claims from the grantor; the said Sir John and Margaret his wife, and the heirs of the body of Sir John, to be enfeoffed by the grantor with all his land of Bempton, the grantor to be afterwards re-enfeoffed thereof by Sir John and Margaret his wife, by fine, in tail, with reversion in case of failure of issue, to Sir John, in tail, and to Margaret his wife &c. Waleton, Friday after the beheading of St. John [the Baptist] 19 Edward I. Witnesses:—Sir Nicholas de Carreu, John Beneg', steward of Pembroke, and others (named).|
D. 1035. Letter of attorney by William Popton of Honyhoke within
the lordship of Haverford, 'taillour,' and lord of East Popton, authorising
Lewis Nicoll of Vennylake, 'yoman,' to deliver seisin to John Popton,
William's son, and John Estemond of Honyhoke, the elder, of a messuage
and land in East Popton. 9 May, 22 Henry VII. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
|Pembr.||D. 1036. Letter of attorney by William Popton of Honyhoke, within the lordship of Haverford, 'husbondman,' authorising Thomas Froyne of Pollcrachan and David John of Haverford, 'yeman,' to deliver seisin to Owen Perrot of Haroldeston, within the said lordship, esquire, of a messuage and land at Este Popton. 12 September, 3 Henry VIII.|
|Leic.||D. 1037. Bond by John Johnson of Rolleston, 'husbondman,' Margery his wife, and William Dekyn, 'growm,' of the same, to William Tynbegh, prior of the Charterhouse, London, for 100l. to be paid at Midsummer next. 26 May, 14 Henry VIII.|
|[Bucks.]||D. 1038. Demise by Elizabeth de Swynford, the prioress, and the convent, of Catesby, to Richard son of John Marche of Dodeford by Bukyngham, for sixty years, of land in Dodeford, part in Anlowefeld by land of the abbot of Oseney, part at Rokesmor extending 'into' Smethenhull and Rokesmoslade, and adjoining land of the abbot of Butlesden (Bittlesden), part at Greystob, part at Wythgonepole, part on Hemplond, part at Olrewe, and part at Wodefeld. 10 December . . Henry V. Injured.|
|[Bucks.]||D. 1039. Indenture between Geoffrey de Luy and William Croiser, witnessing that the said Geoffrey has received from the said William by the hands of Ede de Stoke, his attorney, in the manor of Saldene viz. in the chapel, certain books, vestments, vessels, and relics &c. specified in detail. 4 March, 29 Edward III. French.|
|[York.]||D. 1040. Letter of attorney by John de Neville, knight, lord of Raby, authorising Sir Thomas Surteys, John de Hedelame, and Thomas de Hexhame, to deliver seisin to John Dogle and Margaret his wife, for their lives, of the manor of Dalton Percy. Brauncepath, the morrow of the Circumcision, A.D. 1371. French.|
|[Norf.]||D. 1041. Release by Robert, prior of the cathedral church of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, to John Legge of Bedyngham, gentleman, and Elizabeth his wife, of all his right in all the lands and tenements in Causton which lately belonged to Owen Gryffyn. 26 August, 7 Henry VIII. Signed. Portion of seal of arms.|
|Cornw.||D. 1042. Grant by Gilbert Beket, esquire, to Richard Code, William Godolphan, and Robert Langedon, esquires, John Glyn of Lanhydrok, and John Trehawke, of all his manor of Curthuther, with messuages, lands, and rents &c. in Curthuther, Bolowythowe, North Trevede, South Trevede, 'Lyskerdburgh, Lyskerd manere and Lyskerd Seyntuary,' to the use of Elizabeth, wife of the grantor, during her life, as jointure, and after her death to the grantor's use in fee; with letter of attorney authorising Edmund Ronell and Henry Fynche to deliver seisin. 10 August, 5 Henry VIII.|
|[Middx.]||D. 1043. Acquittance by the prior and convent of Merton co. Surrey, for 10s. 4d. received from the prior and convent of the Charterhouse, London, for yearly quit-rent of a tenement and two shops in the parish of All Saints, Bredstrete, on the north side of the high road called 'Watlyngstrete,' London. 20 October, 5 Henry VIII.|
|[Middx.]||D. 1044. Acquittance by Roger Thawchet the rector, and William Barde and John Blaxwich, the wardens, of the parish church of St. Nicholas, Coldabbey, London, for 6s. 8d. received from the prior and convent of the Charterhouse, London, for the yearly rent of a tenement and shop in Oldfysshestrete, in the said parish. Morrow of Michaelmas, 7 Henry VIII. Fragments of three seals.|
|[Cornw.]||D. 1045. Grant by Robert Bekett, esquire, to John Debell, Blanche his wife, and Robert their son, for their lives, of his land in Egglesrous, the said John paying 44s. 6d. for a fine, rendering 6s. and two capons yearly, and doing suit of court at the grantor's manor of Maders. (The following clause occurs in English): 'And the seid John, Blanche, and Robert, shall bryng or cause to be brought unto my mancion place at Curtuther at souch tyme as I shall reasonable appoynte them twentie horselode of sande or els to paye twentie penes for them.' Michaelmas, 38 Henry VIII.|
|[Monm.]||D. 1046. Demise by Thomas, Lachorens' episcopus, prior, and the convent, of Monemouthe, to Morgan ap David ap Gwillim, gentleman, of Monemouthe, and Alice his wife, for ninety-nine years, of a burgage with a garden [in Monmouth], lying in the street called 'Wyebryggestrete,' and extending from the street called 'Whygtecrossestrete' to the Wye bridge. Christmas, 8 Henry VIII. Cancelled.|
|[ ]||D. 1047. Acquittance by Giotto Hewlle, knight, by his attorney and proctor, John de Aratia, merchant of Spain, for 50l. received from the king by the hands of John Heron, knight, treasurer of the chamber, in part payment of a yearly grant of 100l. 10 November, 11 Henry VIII. Signed. Fragment of seal.|
|[Anglesea.]||D. 1048. Bond by Reginald ap Ho[we]ll, clerk, rector of the parish church of Llanvaythlue (Llanvaethlu) in the diocese of Bangor, and David Lewys of London, tailor, to Thomas, cardinal of York, primate of England, and legate, for 40s. to be paid to the said Thomas, or to Master John Hughes of London, gentleman, his attorney, at Michaelmas next. 15 March, 19 Henry VIII. Signed. Two seals.|
|[Derby ?]||D. 1049. Demise by Sir Adrian Fortescu, knight, to William Fynmore, for twenty-one years, of a tenement with a garden plot adjoining, parcel of the manor of Beuesheffes, lying next to a field called 'the nethere felde.' 28 April, 25 Henry VIII. English. Cancelled, incorrectly drawn.|
|Worc.||D. 1050. Sale by Thomas Harward of Evisham in the county of 'Wisseter,' 'yoman,' son and heir of Laurence Harward of Brodemerston, to Thomas Hunkes, gentleman, for 40l. of two messuages, two yards, and land in Brodemerston, with all lands &c. formerly belonging to certain persons named &c. with all 'evidences escriptes and munimentes' concerning the same; the vendor binding himself in 50l. to perform the covenants specified. 10 March, 9 Henry VIII. English. Injured.|
|Linc. York.||D. 1051. Letter of attorney by Thomas Johnson, knight, authorising Robert Foster and Richard Peke to receive seisin of the manor of Russyngton, co. Lincoln, and of other lands and tenements &c. there, and of lands &c. in Hensall, Snayth, Goldyng, and Lonnde (Lund), co. York, all which he has of the gift of Henry Everyngham, knight. 20 July, 28 Henry VIII. Signed. Portions of seal.|
|[ ]||D. 1052. Bond by Laurence Bonvixi, merchant of Lucca, to Thomas, archbishop of York, primate and chancellor of England &c. Henry Wyat, knight, treasurer of the Chamber, Andrew Wyndesore, and John Daunce, knights, for 359l. 12s. 8d. to be paid to the king's use at All Saints, A.D. 1530. 17 March, A.D. 1525, 17 Henry VIII. Signed. Seal.|
|[Norf.]||D. 1053. Demise by Richard Guenay of Wymondham, chaplain, to Richard Blakeney, Henry Lovyk, and Robert Blakeney, of the same of land in Wymondham, in the field called 'Cakewyk' near Westwade. Sunday after the Assumption, 31 Henry VI.|
|[Hants.]||D. 1054. Indenture between Henry Walloppe, knight, late sheriff of the county of Southampton, and William Kingesmill, knight, keeper of the king's park of Fremantell, witnessing as to expenses incurred by the said sheriff by the advice of the said keeper, for certain repairs &c. specified, of the enclosure of the said park, and the bouse there called 'the Lodge.' 14 October, 2 James I. Injured.|
|Surrey.||D. 1055. Indenture witnessing that Nicholas Slyfeld, sheriff of the county named, has paid to William Brinchesle and Nicholas Slyfeld, justices of the peace for the same county, and to Thomas Crowe, their clerk, their stipends for certain days of their sessions in the years specified. Suthwerk, Monday, . . . . . .,18 Richard II. Injured.|
|[Middx.]||D. 1056. Release by Robert Eugis, to Richard, bishop of Exeter, Nicholas Lathell, one of the barons of the Exchequer, Isabella Rawson, widow, and William Cutlerd, of all his right in a messuage in London, in the parish of Allhallows, Barking, called 'le Oldewokkey,' and in all other lands and tenements in the said parish. 20 June, 6 Henry VII.|
|[Nthld.]||D. 1057. Certificate by Sir William Lyle of Felton, co. Northumberland, knight, Henry Piers of Wytton, co. York, esquire, William Hungate of Saxston, co. York, Cristofer Lewcher of H . . . . . . ., co. Cumberland, and Edward Ogillisthorp of the bishopric of Durham, gentlemen, that one Richard Johnson of . . . . . ., cooper, was born and christened in Felton church 'under the obedience of the kyng of England.' Caunterbury, 25 October, 5 Henry VIII. English. Signed. Much defaced. Fragments of three seals.|
D. 1058. Grant by Richard Laurence of Milton next Gravesend, to
Henry Wyat and George Cobham, knights, Thomas Wyat, esquire, Robert
Draper, John Bedyll, Richard Lyght, and Servacius Franke, of land at
Milton Strette in the parish of Milton, part called 'Cannons hyll,' and
adjoining land of the said Henry called 'le Churchefeld'; with letter of
attorney authorising Mark Dogett to deliver seisin. 24 September,
16 Henry VIII. Portion of seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of possession.
|Lanc.||D. 1059. Demise by Thomas Holcroft, one of the esquires for the king's body, to George Stans and Edward Bretan, of Cartmele, husbandmen, for twenty-one years, of a house called 'the Longe house,' with two gardens called 'Peter Crosfeld's garthe' and 'Dausson garthe,' standing within the site of the late suppressed priory of Cartmele; 'the grantees to fynde and make redye an able man with horse and harnes to weyte upon the [said] Thomas at aft suche tymes as the sayd Thomas shalbe commaundyd to serve the kynges Majestye in his warres.' 18 October, 31 Henry VIII. English. Fragments of two seals.|
|[Middx.]||D. 1060. Sale by Roger Seynt Nicholas, gentleman, to Robert Smalle, citizen and saddler of London, for 11l. of his share in a messuage called 'the Hedhowse,' and a garden and five small tenements adjoining, in Smythfeld, in the parish of 'Seint Sepulcre without the walles of London; with all deeds &c. relating thereto; the vendor to make a sufficient estate in fee simple to the said Robert 'ou this half' the feast of Easter next &c. 6 November, 6 Henry VIII. English. Signed.|
D. 1061. Demise by John Jannys of Aylysham, and Henry Goodman
of Causton, to Henry Heydon, esquire, and Richard Pye, of Erpyngham,
of two messuages and lands in Causton, one called 'Caysyes' lying in the
street called 'Sygate' with land belonging to it in the field called
'Boywodfeld,' and the other called 'Mowtynges' lying at Sygate, with land
belonging to it in the field called 'Wyndemyllefeld'; with letter of attorney
authorising Thomas Lumnor, the younger, gentleman, to deliver seisin.
28 January, 7 Henry VIII.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
|[Cornw.]||D. 1062. Acquittance by Elizabeth, countess of Salisbury, lady of Haiwardyn, for 19l. 12s. 6d. received from John Copleston, receiver of the king's Stannary of Cornwall, in part payment of a large sum due to her for the past year. 4 October, 1 Henry IV. French.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 1063. Grant in tail by Thomas Perrot, esquire, to William Laurence of Haverford, of a burgage in Haverford situated on the mount of St. Thomas the martyr, also three parts of a burgage in 'le D . . . . stret,' by Schitrikeslake, and certain yearly rents viz. 2s. from a messuage in 'le Gotestret,' 6s. from a burgage in '. . . . . . stret,' 6s. 8d. from a tenement in the same street, and 6s. 8d. from a burgage in 'le Cokeystret,' adjoining Potterisbyrge; with remainder, for her life, to Joan, William's wife. 8 January, 36 Henry VI. Injured.|
|[N'hamp.]||D. 1064. Release by Thomas Mayne of Cortenale, and Joan his wife, daughter of John Mathon, and Richard Shorte alias Goderiche of Rode, and Agnes his wife, daughter of the said John, to Thomas Colpeper, knight, of all their right in all the lands and tenements &c. which the said Thomas has of their grant. Witnesses:—William Body, rector of Asshene, and others (named). 2 December, 8 Henry V. Three seals.|
|[Essex ?]||D. 1065. Grant by Ralph Ingram of Stanbrygge, to Agnes daughter of Juluan Cartere, of the same, of a messuage and land in Stanbrygge, part of the land lying in 'le Est feld' on 'le fortovere,' part above 'le Medwey,' part in 'le prestesinlond,' part 'hovertheworn,' part on 'le sandeforlong,' part under Herwendon, part on Mokendon, part above Twentynaker, and part in 'le Water . . de.' Friday before St. James, 35 Edward III.|
|Pembr.||D. 1066. Grant by Owen Perrot of Haroldeston within the lordship of Haverford, esquire, to masters William Stradlyn, and William ab Oweyn, chaplain, of all his messuages, lands, tenements, mills, and woods &c. within the county named. 20 April, 5 Henry VIII. Portion of seal.|
D. 1067. Grant, by Ralph Kempe, vicar of Feltham, son and heir of
John Kempe, formerly of Twykenam, esquire, to William Tyler, knight,
William Cowper, gentleman, John Holden, clerk, Thomas Stanard, vicar
of Twykenam, and John Crofton, 'yoman,' of a close in Twykenam called
'Andrewes mershe,' for the use of the said William Tyler. 10 January,
18 Henry VIII.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to sealing, and delivery of seisin.
|[Warw.]||D. 1068. Release by Thomas Robert of Wolvey, to William Purefey of Shirreforde, of all his right in all the lands and tenements &c. in Wolvey which he, with the said William, lately had of the grant of John Boveton of Burton. Witnesses:—Sir John Pake, vicar of Mounkeskirkeby, and others (named). 19 August, 17 Henry VI. Portion of seal.|
|[Cornw.]||D. 1069. Grant by Robert Beket, esquire, to Richard Symme, Margery his wife, and John their son, for their lives, of a tenement and land in Egglesros, paying 12s. yearly and two capons, and doing suit of court at the grantor's manor of Maders &c. Michaelmas, 38 Henry VIII. Clause inserted in English, similar to that in D. 1045. Much faded.|
|Linc.||D. 1070. Grant by Richard the abbot, and the convent, of Kyrkested to Thomas Swane of Kyme, and Joan his wife, for their lives, of a yearly corrody of bread and ale, viz. 'sevyn cast of convent breade, sevyn galons of convent ale wekelie . . . . and one mease of meat daylie,' also firewood, and the 'gayte of six kyen' (kine) in winter and summer, and 'gayte' for a hundred sheep, within . . . . and for one horse within the abbot's closes, as and where the said abbot's 'yomen horse' . . . . . . ., [also a] yearly 'grafte of bagges' for the grantees' use, to be taken where the said abbot's tenants and servants 'dothe grave' and have been used 'to grave ther bagges,' and a house with a garden called 'Hole House.' 26 February, 26 Henry VIII. English. Much injured.|
D. 1071. Demise by Sir William Colyn of Gaynsburghe, chantry
priest, to Robert Brokylsbee of Glentworthe, gentleman, for twenty years,
of all his messuages and lands &c. within the lordship of Dunstall,
belonging to the chantry founded in Gaynsburghe by Sir Thomas Burghe,
knight, deceased. 24 June, 36 Henry VIII. English. Signed. Seal
Endorsed:—Note of the interest of the above lease being granted by the said Brokelsbye to Sir John Sutton, esquire (?). Names of witnesses of the same.
|[Warw.]||D. 1072. Release by Henry Overton, son and heir of Richard Overton, to Leonard Verney, esquire, of all his right in a tenement and lands &c. in Cobyngton (Cubbington). 15 December, 18 Henry VII. Injured.|
D. 1073. Charter by Henry, count of Eu, to the church and canons of
St. Mary's, Hastings, stating that, having called together the said canons
and his own barons, he had caused to be recited before them all the grants
made by his father and, specially, by his grandfather, R[obert], count of Eu,
the founder and builder of the said church, and by others, to the said
canons in aid of the prebends &c. all which the said Henry confirms,
viz. the churches of Beksela, Stutingis, Geslingis, Sallesta, Montefelde,
Odumer, Turock, Pisemerse, Beccalia, Hyham, Iden, Jawestam, Bresling,
St. Andrew's, and St. Sepulchre's, the chapels of Wertlingis, Hou,
Nanefeld, Bulewar, Pleiden, Weklitin, Wiltinges and Holintuna (Hollington),
with the tithes of Hu, Sauhcista, Doudiggate, Cocherria, Codiggis,
Chiteham, Blacbroc, Caseburna, Ganesing, Malrepat, Agintune, Hachingeham, Sowella, Hegea, Borha, Masillond, Cecinore, Totton, Bosinhey,
Cherchinccham, Gerlins, Tyntuna, Estfleyt, Vilesent, Tenegate and Molmo,
with the tithes of many of the above-named churches &c. lands at Hada,
Cistelebrogam, Gertheselam, Salerca, Aldenesdin, Cyldeconam, Hornam,
Herthenberga, Betsaelai, Gerthestella, Smalfelda, Burgersa, Mimera, and
Westregias &c. part of a marsh for making saltpans, dwellings in the
castle &c. two thousand herrings &c. a year, a garden at Besham, the
monastery of Bochehordea, certain measures (ambras) of salt at Rye and
Mimera, common of pasture for the cattle of the canons and pannage for their
hogs, with the tenth penny on every valuation in the rape of Hastings &c.
Witnesses:—Hugh the dean, William son of Mazelina, clerks, and others.
Twelfth century. Copy in a hand of the thirteenth century. This
document, which is very lengthy, contains many particulars about the
different prebends of Hastings and the benefactors, some of which are given
in Vol. XIII. of the "Sussex Archœological Collections."
Endorsed:—'Transcript[um] cart[e] de Hast[inges] p[ro] fundac[i]o[n]e prebendarum.'
|Herts.||D. 1074. Release by John Hamond of Westmylle, the elder, 'husbundman,' to John Broke, the elder, of Braughyng, of all actions &c. 3 October, 6 Henry VIII.|
|Pembr. Carmar.||D. 1075. Letter of attorney by Owen Perrott of Harroldeston within the lordship of Haverford West, knight, authorising master William Stradlyng, clerk, chancellor of the cathedral church of St. Davids, and John Lloyd, esquire, to prosecute his debtors &c. in the sessions and courts to be held within the said lordship and in the counties named, and to make all necessary claims for him &c. 20 June, 13 Henry VIII. Signed.|
|Pembr.||D. 1076. Conveyance by Thomas Wooglere, merchant, to William Sandys, lord of Sandys, and chamberlain of the king, Anthony Poyntz and Richard Sandys, knights, John Poyntz and William Trokmerton, esquires, Thomas Batman and Charles Bokley, gentlemen, of the castle, lordship, and manor of Wallwyncastell, and all messuages, lands, and tenements &c. in Walwyncastell, Marias, Pyreston, Foleston, Flenton, Rosepole, More, Swertburi, Haroldeston Weste, and Fretherhyll, and the advowsons of the churches of Wallwyncastell and Herbertyston. 8 June, 21 Henry VIII.|
|Cornw. Devon.||D. 1077. Letter of attorney by Gilbert Bekytt of Cortuther, esquire, authorising John Helston and Thomas Hawke to deliver seisin to John Rowe, serjeant-at-law, Thomas Mede, clerk, Humphrey Collis, John Trehawke, Richard Wode, and John Harris, of his manors of Cortuther and Madres, and of all his messuages, lands, and tenements, in Cortuther, Madres, Milcombe in the parish of Lenkynhorn, Paderda in the parish of Menhynyett, Treley in the parish of Plevynte, Torre, Seynt Stevyns, Saltaische, Leskerd burgh, Leskerd manor, and Leskerd Seyntwary, co. Cornwall, and in Plymmouth and Totewill co. Devon &c. 12 April, 11 Henry VIII. Fragment of seal.|
|Middx.||D. 1078. Grant by Robert Froston, son and heir of Robert Froston, late citizen of London, to Andrew Wyndesore and Henry Wyot, knights, Edward Bulstrode, Thomas Stanley, Robert Wyntersell, John Neudegate, Owen Holond, esquires, George Wyndesore, Anthony Wyndesore, William Swan, Robert Chesman, Richard Hawkes, Thomas Shordych, John Wyntersell, Richard Clowdesley, John Haskew, and Thomas Roberdes, gentlemen, to the use of the grantor and his heirs, and of Joan his wife, of four messuages with land, wood, and heath &c. 13s. 4d. rent, two free folds, and a fishery in the water of Longford, in Harmondesworth, with all the lands and tenements in Harmondesworth and Stanwell, lately belonging to the grantor's father. 14 January, 2 Henry VIII. Signed.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 1079. Release by Philip Rede of Haverford, 'mersour,' and Margaret his wife, to Owen Perrot of Haroldeston, knight, and Katherine Poynez, his wife, of all their right in land, part called 'le More,' lying at Britonhill, adjoining land of Thomas Bulton of Bultonhill, and abutting on lanes leading from 'le Cokeystrete' towards Portefelde and St. Davids. 16 December, 7 Henry VIII. Seal.|
|[York ?]||D. 1080. Grant by Robert Baudwyn of Cauithorpe (?) in the parish of Thornton, and Margaret his wife, to John Chapman of Thornton, of land in the same, part lying on the hill called 'Taughthill.' 23 July, 14 Henry VIII. Portions of seal.|
|[Hants.]||D. 1081. Grant by Margaret, countess of Salisbury, to Thomas Englefild, knight, for his life, of the office of steward of all her castles lordships, manors, and other lands and tenements &c. in England, and of a yearly rent of 40 marks from her manor of Ringwode &c. 18 June 5 Henry VIII.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 1082. Grant by Philip Rede of Haverford, 'mersour,' and Margaret his wife, to Owen Perrot of Haroldeston, knight, and Katherine Poynez his wife, of the land specified in D. 1079. 12 December, 7 Henry VIII.|
|[Cornw.]||D. 1083. Grant by Robert Bekett, esquire, to Robert Debell and Elizabeth his wife, for their lives, in consideration of a fine of 6l. 6s. 8d. of a moiety of his lands and tenements in Inmaders, at a yearly rent of 13s. 8d. and two capons, and doing suit of court at the grantor's manor of Maders &c. Michaelmas day, 38 Henry VIII. Clause inserted in English similar to that in D. 1045. Fragments of seal.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 1084. Letter of attorney by Philip Rede of Haverford, 'mersour,' and Margaret his wife, authorising David John and John Fildew, of Haverford, 'yemen,' to deliver seisin to Owen Perrot, knight, and Katherine his wife, of the land specified in D. 1079. 12 December, 7 Henry VIII. Portions of two seals.|
|[Leic.] [Staff.]||D. 1085. Acquittance by Thomas the prior, and the convent, of St. Mary's, Tuttbury, for 5s. received from the prioress and nuns of Langley, in payment, for Michaelmas term last, of a yearly pension due to them. Michaelmas day, 8 Henry VIII.|
|[Middx.]||D. 1086. Acquittance by Rose, the prioress of the nuns of St. Mary's, Clerkenwell, for 18s. 4d. received from the prior of the Charterhouse, London, for a year's quit rent of three tenements in the parishes of St. Botolph by Billingesgate, St. Mary Magdalene in Oldefisshstrete, and St. Sepulchre without Newgate. Christmas day, 4 Henry VIII. Fragments of seal.|
|[Worc.]||D. 1087. Acquittance by John Wyght of Haggeley, for 5l. 13s. 4d., received from Thomas Hykkes, in part payment of 34l. for the said John's lands in Haggeley. 20 March, 12 Henry VIII. Portion of seal.|
|[Middx.]||D. 1088. Bond by Richard Cotton of Westminster, gentleman, to John, abbot of Westminster, for 40 marks, to be paid at the Annunciation next. 2 December, 5 Henry VIII. Fragment of seal.|
|[ ]||D. 1089. Letter of attorney by William Wollastott and Joan his wife, authorising Thomas Keche to receive seisin from William Dale, esquire, of a messuage and land. 12 June, 27 Henry VIII. Two seals.|
|[ ]||D. 1090. Certificate by the vicar general of George de Ambasia, archbishop of Rouen, that Nicholas, bishop of Berrhoea (Verien), has appointed John Reart, clerk and acolyte of the diocese of Rouen, to the office of subdeacon at 20l. of Tours a year. Given under the great seal of the court of Rouen, Saturday in Lent, the fourth day after Ash Wednesday (in jejuniis quatuor temporum post brandones), March 15, A.D. 1521. [1521–2.] Fragments of seal.|
|[Middx.]||D. 1091. Acquittance by William, prior of the new hospital of St. Mary without Bisshopsgate, for 5s. received from the prior and convent of the Charterhouse, London, for a year's quit rent of a tenement. Morrow of St. Peter ad vincula, 24 Henry VIII.|
D. 1092. Grant by Thomas Estemond of Honyhoke, son and heir of
John Estemond late of Honyhoke within the lordship of Haverford,
'husbondman,' to Owen Perrot of Haroldeston within the said lordship,
esquire, of a messuage and land in Este Popton which his said father lately
had of the gift of William Popton formerly of Sutton in the said lordship,
'taillour;' with further release by the grantor to the grantee of all his right
in the premises. 14 September, 3 Henry VIII. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to the said grantee being in possession of the premises.
|Norf. Suff. York. Linc.||D. 1093. Agreement between Sir William de Kerdeston, knight, and Sir John de Burghersshe, knight, witnessing that the said Sir William will sue out from the king's hands the livery of the manors of Ryston and Stratford which were seized after the death of Sir William, son of Roger de Kerdeston, knight, former tenant of the same, without being hindered by the said Sir John; Sir William is also to have all the manors, lands, rents, advowsons &c. which belonged to the said Sir William, son of Roger, in the county of Norfolk, and the manors of Bulkamp and Heenham in the county of Suffolk, with all the foreign rents belonging to the said manors, and all the lands and tenements &c. in Hunmanby, co. York, and Sir John is to release to Sir William all his right in the manors, lands, rents, advowsons &c. in Norfolk, and in the said manors of Bulkamp and Heenham, and shall be answerable to the king for a farm comprised in a patent made to the Lady de Mohun of the said manors of Ryston and Stratford, from the death of the said Sir William son of Roger, until the said Sir William has livery of the said manors; Sir John is to have the manors of Skendelby, co. Lincoln, and Stratford, co. Suffolk, and the advowson of Stratford church; Sir William is to release to Sir John all his right in all lands and tenements in Swoldale, and all actions &c. in the county of Lincoln; Sir John is to release to Sir William lands and tenements in Helgoye, and Sir William is to give security that his wife, Dame Cicely, shall not annoy the said Sir John, after the said Sir William's death, by writ of dower touching the manors of Skendelby and Stratford, &c. Westminster, last day of November, 45 Edward III. French.|
|Bucks. Berks. Essex.||
D. 1094. Indenture between Sir Thomas Lovell, Harry Marney, and
Sir Thomas Englefeld, knights, on behalf of the king, of the one part, and
Sir Thomas Bryan, knight, of the other part, witnessing that whereas
the king, on the marriage between Sir Harry Guyldeford, knight, and
Margaret, daughter of the said Sir Thomas Bryan, has paid 500 marks to
the said Sir Harry Guyldeford in the name of the said Sir Thomas, he,
the said Sir Thomas Bryan agrees to suffer a recovery to be had against
him by the parties of the first part, of the manors of Herewyk, co. Bucks.
Aston Torell, co. Berks. and Pyrrys, co. Essex, to be held by them in
trust for the repayment of the said sum, and afterwards to the use of the
said Sir Thomas Bryan in fee. 24 January, 4 Henry VIII. Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment in the Common Pleas in Hilary Term, 4 Henry VIII.; also, that 'it haith been serched by the k[ing's] 'attorney & no suche recov[er]e was p[er]fourmed &c. and at that [time] 'Mr. Erneley was the k[ing's] attorney and Mr. Porte the k[ing's] 'solicitor.'
D. 1095. Demise by Sir John Sandland, clerk, chantry priest of the
chapel of St. Katherine within the cathedral church of Lychfeld, to Hugh
Bowde, 'dyer,' Merke Wyrley, gentleman, and Nycolas Bryd, baker, for
twenty-one years, of his watermill called 'Derford mylne,' with the water
course and dam belonging, with pastures adjoining, and land 'as it ys ther
dykyd.' 1 March, 36 Henry VIII. English. Signed. Cancelled.
Endorsed: Memorandum that on the 11th day of June, 3 Elizabeth, Simon Bedell surrendered the above indenture, and all the estate, title, and term of years of the same, then being in his possession, into the hands of the queen, before the treasurer of England, the chancellor, and the undertreasurer of the Exchequer, to be cancelled; with order that a new lease for the same term is to be granted to the said Simon, and the said indenture cancelled. '[W. Mil]dmay' &c.
|[Middx.]||D. 1096. Acquittance by Margaret Chawry, prioress of the nuns of St. Mary's, Chesthunt, co. Herts. for 20s. received from the prior of the Charterhouse, London, for one year, issuing from two shops in the parish of St. Margaret, Brugestrete, in the said city. Morrow of Michaelmas, 5 Henry VIII. Injured.|
|[Devon.]||D. 1097. Grant by William Yogge, son and heir of John Yogge, to John Menwynnet, of a tenement with a garden adjoining, in Plymmouth, in Sutton Vawtard. 24 October, 19 Henry VIII.|
|Worc.||D. 1098. Acquittance by James Moryce, esquire, receiver-general of the castles, honors, manors, and lands &c. of Margaret, late countess of Richemond and Derby, grandmother of the king, for 21l. 18s. 5d. received from Thomas Solley and John Wyght, late bailiffs of the town of Wiche alias Droytwiche, from the issues of the fee farm of that town for one year. 20 December, 38 Henry VIII.|
|[Staff.] [Leic.]||D. 1099. Acquittance by Thomas the prior, and the convent, of St. Mary's, Tuttbury, for 5s. received from the prioress and nuns of Langley, for Michaelmas term, for a yearly pension due to them. 5 October, 1 Henry VIII.|
|Pembr.||D. 1100. Release by Katherine Stephyn, widow, to Thomas Perrot, esquire, of all her right in a toft and land at a place anciently called 'Sowthland,' near Mynwere, now called 'le Cott,' and in all her messuages, burgages, lands, tenements and woods &c. in Mynwere, and in a close &c. in Haverford situated in 'le Gotestrete,' adjoining a lane leading from the cemetery of St. Thomas the martyr &c. towards Dungledye. 22 April, 22 Henry VIII. Fragments of seal.|