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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D. 1101. Grant by John Brounyng the elder, to Richard . . . . .
son of John Meyler, of Rosmarket, of half a burgage in Rosmarket.
20 June, 6 Henry V.
|Sussex.||D. 1102. Demise by Elizabeth the abbess, and the convent, of Syon, co. Middx. to William Pellet of Stenyng, yeoman, for seven years, of the manor of Charleton by Stenyng, with the tithe sheaf of the parsonage of Stenyng, and certain custom silver belonging to the said manor, called 'revesilver, watelsilver, and werkesilver,' from the tenants of Charleton, Withiam, Wygenholt, and Shorpfeld; reserving the presentation of the vicar of the church of Stenyng. 24 December, 2 Richard III.|
|Wilts.||D. 1103. Demise by Lewis the prior, and the convent, of Monkton Farley, to Thomas Hopere of Hedyngton, Margaret his wife, and John their son, for their lives, of a messuage and land in Hedyngton; with letter of attorney authorising John Oldefyld and John Townesynd to deliver seisin. 2 August, 17 Henry VIII. Portion af seal.|
|[Bucks.]||D. 1104. Agreement between Sir William the prior, and the canons, of Berencestre (Burcester), of the one part, and the lady Isabella Gargate, of the other, viz. the said Isabella has demised to the said canons, for six years, all her demesne land in Kaveresfeld, with the court &c. except the land held by Sibyl, her mother, in the same town, with conveyance also of certain land held by the men named &c. and the fourth part of a windmill and a watermill, paying 49s. 2d. yearly; also the said canons have conveyed to the said Isabella in hand all the farm of three years, except 10s. 2d. which they will pay in the third year as specified &c. Hokeday, 20 Henry III. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Aumari, William de Audely, and others (named).|
|[Middx.] [Durham.]||D. 1105. Sale by Sir Roger de Fulthorp, knight, to Philip Derneford, citizen and vintner of London, for 60l. of two hundred quarters of corn, to be delivered on board ship in the haven of Hertepole or Dabholme, at the feast of the Assumption. London, 16 July, 1 Richard II. French.|
|[Oxford.]||D. 1106. Acquittance by John Burton, the abbot of St. Mary's, Oseney, for 3l. received from the prior and convent of Burcester, for one year's payment of a yearly pension due. 30 October, 21 Henry VIII.|
|[Wilts.]||D. 1107. Indenture between John Grule, esquire, sheriff of Wilts, and John Gybbes, deputy of Richard Lyster, knight, chief baron of the exchequer, lieutenant and surveyor of the king's park of Claryngdon, witnessing that the said sheriff had caused thirty cartloads of hay to be bought from William Mogeryge for 8l. paying 40s. for its carriage and storage in the grange within the said park, for the support of the king's beasts (ferarum) there in the winter. 28 November, 36 Henry VIII. Signed.|
|[Middx.]||D. 1108. Acquittance by Thomas Norton, knight, master of Burton Lazars, warden of the hospital of St. Giles without London, for 18s. received from the prior of the Charterhouse,. London, for one quarter's yearly quit rent from tenements in the parish of St. Michael at Quenehythe, London. Morrow of Easter, 13 Henry VIII.|
D. 1109. Grant by David Higon, 'tailour,' and Richard Balen of
Haverford, to William Tonker of Haverford, cordwainer, and Margaret
his wife, of a burgage in Haverford, in 'le Hilstret,' adjoining the lane
leading to the church of St. Thomas the martyr. 18 November, 1 Richard
III. Portions of two seals.
Endorsed: 'Forisfact[a] e[st] ista indentur[a] p[ro] defectu soluc[i]o[n]is reddit[us] t nullius distrix[ionis].'
|[Hants.]||D. 1110. Grant by Richard Lyrkebaud and Joan his wife, of Kyngiston, to William Cocke and Joan his wife of Frodyngton, of a cottage with a curtilage in Frodyngton, opposite the door of the warden of the Domus Dei of Portysmouth. 1 April, 10 Edward IV.|
|Surrey.||D. 1111. Acquittance by Kateryn Trygg, widow, late the wife of John Bryde, deceased, for 3l. 6s. 8d. received from Roger Cholmeley, serjeant-at-law, in payment of her annuity due at Michaelmas last, granted to her by the said Roger at the special instance of Sir John FytzJames, knight, chief justice of England, in satisfaction of her claim to the manor of Butteleys in Chersey, with all lands &c. belonging thereto. 24 December, 23 Henry VIII. English.|
|[Norf.]||D. 1112. Grant by Brian son of Alan, to Agnes his daughter, in tail, of the manor of Sidesterne, with its appurtenances, except the advowson of the church; with remainder to the grantor's heirs in default of issue. Witnesses:—Sir Picot de Lascelis, Hugh de Pinckenny, and others (named).|
|Wilts.||D. 1113. Grant by John Sly of Wroghton, to John Ropere of Rodebourn Chanu (Rodborne-Cheney), of all the lands and tenements &c. in Rodebourn which he lately had of the gift of John Shephurde of 'la Hurste' within the hundred of Lamburne, co. Berks. Feast of St. Bartholomew, 16 Henry VI. Seal.|
|Berks.||D. 1114. Release by Reginald Merbury, to John Skyrmot, of all his right in the manor of Southmorton, with the advowson of the church there, and in lands and tenements &c. in Westwytenham, which manor, advowson, lands &c. the said Reginald with the said John Skyrmot, and with John Wenlok, lord of Wenlok, knight, and William Notyngham, lately had of the grant of John Delabere, late bishop of St. Davids, deceased. 20 May, 2 Edward IV. Seal of arms.|
|[Berks.]||D. 1115. Grant by William atte Grove of Tighelhurst, to Thomas Lock of Wyttenham, clerk, of a grove lying near the grove of the abbot of Radyng called 'le Heygrof,' in the parish of Tighelhurst (Tilehurst). Thursday the feast of the Annunciation, 15 Edward II.|
|[Norf.]||D. 1116. Grant by Sir Nicholas de Wenyngton the abbot, and the convent, of Langele, to Beatrice Totevile of Pulham, for eighty years, of land in Nedham near Harlyston, lying in the field called 'Welynghamys feld,' part abuttiug on the road called 'Skytisweye,' and on the road leading from Hadsawegrene to Harleston market, and part adjoining the road called 'le merschweye' &c. Last day of September, 15 Henry VI.|
|[Essex.]||D. 1117. Demise by William Bryght, John Teynton, clerks, Robert Warner, and John Dreyton, to Thomas Frampton, John Yngoldesby, clerks, Robert Boloyne, John Norwiche, and John Wilteschyre, esquires, of pasture land lying under the cemetery of the church of Rewenhale, in a pasture called 'le Cowlase,' which adjoins the high road leading from Braxstede to Branktre, together with the advowson of the church of Rewenhale. Monday after St. Thomas the martyr, 4 Henry V. Copy on paper.|
|Essex.||D. 1118. Grant by William Bateman, to Roger Walden, clerk, John Walden his brother, and Nicholas Danyell, clerk, of the premises described in D. 1117, the land being of the demesne of the grantor's manor of Rewenhale. Little Sampford, Thursday, 1 March, 20 Richard II. Copy on paper.|
|[Somers.]||D. 1119. Grant by John Baker of Taunton, to Thomas Anger the younger, and Joan his wife, of land called 'Aungeresacre,' in a meadow called 'Haidemede,' near Taunton, in the manor of Taunton, which formerly belonged to John Aunger, father of Simon Aunger. Thursday after the Conception, 3 Henry V. Copy on paper.|
|Essex.||D. 1120. Demise by Thomas Frampton, clerk, John Northwych and John Wilteshire, esquires, to Elena Bedyngfeld the abbess, and the convent, of Brysyerd co. Suffolk, of the advowson of the church of Rewenhale, which they, with John Ingoldesby, clerk, and Robert Boleyn, esquire, deceased, lately had of the grant of William Bryght, clerk, and others (named). 1 August, 10 Henry V. Copy on paper.|
|N'hamp.||D. 1121. Release by Thomas Warde of Adneston, 'yoman,' and Amy his wife, to John Thornton of London, 'gentilman,' and William Juddys of Canonsasheby, 'yoman,' of all actions, in consideration of 10l. paid to the releasors by the said John and William in full satisfaction of all debts due by them for all the releasors' messuages and lands &c. in Adneston. Corpus Christi, 14 Henry VIII. Draft on paper.|
|[Essex.]||D. 1122. Grant by John Walden, esquire, William Bulcote and Henry Dalby, clerks, to William Bryght and John Teynton, clerks, Robert Warner, and John Drayton, of the advowsons of the parish churches of St. Andrew's, Bulmere, and of Rewenhale, with the land described in D. 1117. 4 June, 7 Henry IV. Copy on paper.|
|Essex.||D. 1123. Release by Nicholas Danyell, clerk, to John Walden, of all his right in the advowson of the church of Rewenhale, which the releasor, together with Roger Walden, clerk, deceased, and the said John, Roger's brother, lately had of the grant of Robert de Scales, lord of Newselles, knight. 20 April, 7 Henry IV. Copy on paper.|
|[Berks.]||D. 1124. Grant by Thomas le Follere of Shefeld, to John le Chapman of Tyghelhurst, of land in Shefeld lying in Westmede. Monday in Easter week, 18 Edward III,|
D. 1125. (1.) Grant by Thomas Marchall of Coventre, 'ferrour,' to
William Botelere and William Babyngton, of four messuages with curtilages
adjoining, in Coventre, one situated in St. Nicholas' street and the other
three in 'le quarrellane.' 24 January, 14 Henry IV.
(2.) Release by Joan, late the wife of John Northampton, 'bochere,' of Coventre, widow, to William Botelere of Suydeley, and William Babyngton, of all her right in a messuage in Coventre, situated in Angleslane, which lately belonged to her father John Busshley. Feast of St. Margaret the virgin, 1 Henry V.
(3.) Grant by John Pisforde of Coventre, 'barkere,' to William Botelere of Suydeley, and William Babyngton, of a messuage in Coventre, lying in 'le Hullestrete.' 14 January, 14 Henry IV.
(4.) Grant by John Esturton of Coventre, 'draper,' and John Hendy of Coventre, 'dubber,' to William Botelere of Suydeley, and William Babyngton, of two messuages in Lotemonnesende, in Chelverescote. Coventre, 3 February,. . Henry IV. Copies on one sheet of paper.
Underwritten: 'Domine si placeat vobis videatis quid faciend[um] sit de man[er]io de Stokyford cum pertin[enciis] quia inde non h[ab]emus cartam de novo sed solom[od]o finem ut bene scitis.'
|[Middx.]||D. 1126. Letter of attorney by William, marquis of Suffolk and earl of Pembroke, and Great Chamberlain of England, and Alice his consort, authorising William Clyve, clerk, to receive seisin from Simon Pengherst, citizen and cook of London, of a tenement with houses built thereon in the lane called 'Wolfyeslane,' in the parish of Allhallows the less in Thamyse strete, London. 18 March, 26 Henry VI. Signed. Two seals.|
|[Middx.]||D. 1127. Demise by Thomas Catteworth, grocer, John Carpenter, citizen of London, and William Huntyngdon, clerk, to Simon Pengherst, citizen and cook of London, of the tenement described in D. 1126. 17 July, 17 Henry VI. Three seals.|
|[N'hamp.]||D. 1128. Agreement between Vitalis Engayne, son of Richard Engayne, and his men of Laxton, as to the services by which they are to hold their lands during the next six years. Witnesses:—Adam the clerk of Grettun, Robert Foliot of Dudint[on], and others (named). Twelfth century. Mutilated.|
|Cornw.||D. 1129. Grant by Edmund, earl of Cornwall, son of Richard, king of the Romans, to Sir Thomas the archdeacon, of the manor of Trebernet, paying 13s. 2½d. yearly, at Michaelmas, and a rose at Midsummer. Witnesses:—Sirs Geoffrey . . . . ., Robert de Aumare, Richard de Cornub[ia], Walter de la Pulle &c. [A.D. 1272–1300.] Copy in a later hand.|
|[Surrey.]||D. 1130. Grant by Edith, daughter of Alexander son of Ailbert, late the wife of Robert de Ybernia, and Stephen Eswy and Denise his wife, to Gilbert son of William, of all the land which Herbert the palmer, the fisherman, held from the grantors in the parish of St. Olave towards Beremundeseye. Witnesses:—Master Helyas de Suthweke, Michael de Buloine, Luke de Ros, and others (named). Twelfth century.|
D. 1131. Grant by John Acton alias John Tyler of Birmyngeham,
kinsman and heir of Isolda late the wife of William Marye of Saluteleye,
viz, son of Joan, daughter of the said Isolda, to Thomas Erdyngton, knight,
of all the lands and tenements &c. in Erdyngton and Wytton, which
Richard Shobenhale, late vicar of the church of Aston by Birmyngeham,
gave to the said William and Isolda. Friday before St. Luke the evangelist,
18 Henry VI. Seal.
Endorsed: 'Cantarie de Aston.'
|[Warw.]||D. 1132. Grant by Thomas Blythe, chaplain, son and heir of Roger Blythe, to John Bygge of Aston, and Joan his wife, of a meadow in Wytton by the stream called 'Flodyatestrem,' formerly belonging to the said Roger. 16 April, 11 Henry IV. Seal.|
D. 1133. Grant by William Lenche of Duddeston, kinsman and heir
of Isolda, late the wife of William Marye of Saluteleye, viz. son of Margery,
daughter of the said Isolda, to Thomas Erdyngton, knight, of all the lands
and tenements &c. in Erdyngton and Wytton which Richard Shobenhale, late
the vicar of the church of Aston by Birmyngeham, gave to the said William
Marye and Isolda. Monday after the Invention of Holy Cross, 16 Henry VI.
Endorsed: 'Cantarie de Aston. Mary de Saltley.'
|[Berks.]||D. 1134. Release by Richard son of Walter de Greywell of Radyng, to Sir John the abbot, and the convent, of Radyng, of all his right in land in Tyghelhurst, at 'la Grove,' between the lands called respectively 'le Breche' and 'le Grofcroft.' Thursday the feast of the Conception, 2 Edward III.|
|[Worc.]||D. 1135. Grant by Richard de Upton, chaplain, to Juliana and Joan, daughters of Avice Blakenye, of Pershore, of a tenement near the high street of Pershore. Monday the feast of St. Barnabas, 21 Edward III.|
|[Berks.] [Bucks.]||D. 1136. Acquittance by Thomas de Leicestre, dean of the king's chapel in Windsor park, for 60s. received from John de Toucestre, warden of the manor of Langele Marais, in part payment of the stipends of the chaplains and clerks serving in the said chapel, for the ninth year of the king's reign, Saturday before Midsummer day, 9 Edward II. Seal, defaced.|
|[Linc.]||D. 1137. Sale by Outhilda, late the wife of William son of Dodi, with the assent of her heirs &c. and in order to pay her creditors, to Matilda, late the wife of Alexander son of Stanf', for 10 marks, of land in Stanford, abutting on the ditch on the way towards Empingham, at Adthelardesford. Witnesses:—Dean and Chapter of Stanford, Geoffrey de Billesfeld, and others (named). [Henry III.]|
|[N'hamp.]||D. 1138. Grant in frank almoin by Matthew de Rymeli, with the consent of his wife Sardania, and of his heirs, to the canons of Essebi, of land in Helmede. Witnesses:—Roger de Lyuns, Simon de Pinkenye, Adam the chaplain of Stutesburie, Richard the clerk of Atteneston, and others (named). Twelfth century.|
|[Norf.]||D. 1139. Confirmation by William de Kerdestone, knight, to Matthew de Kerdestone, of all the lands and tenements &c. which the said Matthew has of his grant in Claxton, Asseby, Helgeton, Holveston and Apeton, or elsewhere. Witnesses:—Sirs Roger de Hales, Reginald le Gros, knights, and others (named). Thursday before Midsummer, 35 Edward I.|
|Somers.||D. 1140. Grant by William Mountague, earl of Salisbury and lord of Man, to John Strode, his yeoman (vadlet), of 5 marks yearly rent from the manor of Cory Rivell. London, 25 October, 48 Edward III. French.|
|Pembr.||D. 1141. Indenture of fine made in the court of Dame Agnes de Hastynges, countess of Pembroke, lady of Bergeveny, and warden, by the king's grant, of the county of Pembroke, during the minority of John, son and heir of Laurence de Hastynges, before John Wyse, steward and sheriff of Pembroke, and others (named), between John Wise the elder, and Joan his wife, plaintiffs, and John Hendyman and Philip Broun, chaplains, deforciants, of three messuages and land in Castelton, a messuage and land and a moiety of a water-mill in Kylkemorran, a messuage and land in . . . . ton, a messuage and land in Athelardeslond, land in Ser . . khill, a messuage, land, and a water-mill in Henthlan, land in. Porttraghan, a messuage and land in Ridebard, and the lordship and service of messuages and lands in Castelton, 'le Brigge,' and Morston. Tuesday after the Assumption, 37 Edward III.|
|[Berks.]||D. 1142. Release by Henry Husee, knight, to Walter Yonge of Morton, for his life, of a yearly rent due for all the releasor's lands and tenements &c. in Southmorton and Westwyttenham, together with all the said Henry's right in the same, for the said term, which lands &c. he lately demised to Thomas Hungerford, knight, and Peter, his son, for their lives, and, after their decease, to their assigns for thirty years, and which the said Thomas and Peter had demised to the said Walter with all their estate in the same. Walyngford, Thursday, 20 October, 49 Edward III. Fragment of seal.|
D. 1143. Release by Nicholas de Denesden, to John de Denesden,
his son, of all his right in a croft called 'Smythcroft,' and in a grove called
'Rughgarston,' in Denesden (Dunsden ?), which the releasor formerly
gave, by fine, to the said John; reserving to the releasor, for his life, free
entry and exit to 'la Rughdon' by the way leading from 'la Strede.'
4 May, 13 Edward III.
|[Middx.]||D. 1144. Grant by Thomas de Heywode, son of Richard de Heywode, to Hugh de Hechham, 'lymbernere,' of a tenement with three shops and a garden in the parish of St. Botolph without Algate, London. Sunday after the translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 19 Edward II.|
|[Berks.]||D. 1145. Release by John de Quappelade, clerk, to Sir John the abbot, and the convent, of Radyng, of all his right in land lying in Tyghelhurst at 'la Grove,' between lands called respectively 'le Breche' and 'le Grofcroft.' Thursday, Michaelmas day, 2 Edward III.|
|Essex.||D. 1146. Sale by John Flemyng, gentleman, to John Hide the elder, of Southanfeld, and John Hide, the younger of Runwell. husbandmen, of all the trees, wood, and underwood 'withyn the bankys' of his grove called 'Foxholdegrove' in Suthanfeld, for three years, paying at the rate of 12s. the acre. 4 March, 14 Edward IV. English.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 1147. Exemplification by William, lord Herbert, lord of Pembroke, and farmer of the lordship of Haverford, of a writ de recto with the return to the same, and the enrolment of record, in a suit as to messuages and lands in Folcaston and High Hilton, claimed by Thomas Perrot, esquire, against John Wilkons the elder, late of Haverford. Given under the seal of the chancery of Haverford, 15 February, 5 Edward IV.|
|Berks.||D. 1148. Indenture between Robert de Hungerford, warden of the late contrariants' lands and tenements in the county named &c. of the one part, and Hugh de Beaurepaier, keeper of certain of the king's horses at Redyng, of the other, witnessing that the said Robert has delivered 24l. to the said Hugh for the wages of himself and others, named, and 8l. for necessaries for the said horses. Monday after . . . . . ., 17 Edward II. Mutilated. Portion of seal of arms.|
|Oxford.||D. 1149. Grant by Stephen and Stephen de Corson, executors of the will of William de Corson, lately deceased, to John de Corson, brother of the said William, of the wardship and marriage of Margery, daughter and heiress of Thomas de Fifide, of the county of Oxford, until her full age. Laking, Monday after the Purification, 2 Edward II.|
|Camb. Hunt.||D. 1150. Indenture witnessing that Sir Almaric la Zusche, sheriff of Cambridge and Huntyngdon, has delivered at [Newcastle] [by the hands] of John de Thorp, his clerk and attorney, between May 14 and July . . in the [16th] year of the king's reign, for the king's use, to Henry de Shirokes, receiver and warden of the king's victuals there, certain quantities of corn, beans, &c. Newcastle, 15 . . . ., 17 Edward I. Injured.|
|Berks.||D. 1151. Indenture between Robert de Hungerford, warden of the lands and tenements of the late contrariants in the county named &c. and Hugh de Beaurepaier, keeper of the king's horses at Redyng, witnessing that the said Robert has paid to the said Hugh, by the hands of Walter de Brunesdon, [on the feast] of St. Peter ad Vincula at Abindon, certain monies specified, to be paid to the persons named for the supply of oats, hay, and other necessaries for the horses. [Feast of] St. Peter ad Vincula, 17 Edward II. Injured. Portion of seal of arms.|
|[Bucks.]||D. 1152. Grant in frank almoin by William son of Hugh de Bedeford, to the brethren of St. Mary's, Fontevralt, dwelling at Grove in the parish of Leighton (Lecton'), of land in Northhale with a meadow, and land in the tillage called 'Thertheoxelayded,' by land of the rector of the church of Edelesbeorg. Witnesses:—Sir Hugh de Boeles, knight, John de la Tye, and others (named). Portion of seal.|
D. 1153. Will of Thomas Coleswayn, parishioner of Launge Sutton,
specifying bequests to the parish church of Laung Sutton, the church of
St. Swythin, and to his wife and children. 10 January, A.D. 1428. Fragments of two seals.
Underwritten: Memorandum that the said will was proved before the dean of Basyngstoke on the 12th of February, and administration granted &c. Odyam, 12 February, A.D. 1428.
|Berks.||D. 1154. Will of Thomas Barefote of Sunnyng, witnessing that whereas John, abbot of Reding, Ralph Hethcotte, John Hyde, the elder, clerks, Nicholas Thorn, and Nicholas Barefote, the testator's son, are enfeoffed, with the testator and Margaret his wife, of all Thomas's lands &c. in the parish of Sunnyng or elsewhere in the same county, of the demise of Thomas Rastewolde, esquire; the testator ordains that after the decease of himself and his wife, the said Nicholas Barefote, his son, is to pay 5 marks to each of his four other children (named) in manner specified, after which the above-named feoffees are to make a sufficient estate in fee in the said lands &c. to the said Nicholas Barefote. 25th November, 10 Henry VII.|
|Berks.||D. 1155. Release by Humphrey Gardyner and Margaret his wife, Reginald Irelond and Isabella his wife, and Joan Berton, daughter and co-heiress of John Berton, late of Hurste, deceased, to Nicholas Moore of Berkham, of all their right in all the lands and tenements &c. in Syndesham and Newlondfeld within the parish of Hurste, which the said Nicholas now possesses. 5 November, 23 Henry VII. Five seals.|
|Berks. Wilts. Sussex.||D. 1156. Letter of attorney by Edmund Bray, knight, authorising Henry Barwyk and William Whalley to receive seisin of the manor of Morton, co. Berks, the manor of Staunden, co. Wilts, with messuages, lands, and rent &c. in Staunden Huse, co. Wilts, and the manor of Staunden, with lands, wood, and rent &c. in Staunden Huse, co. Berks, and lands in Hertyng, Westhertyng, and Rowgate, co. Sussex, which William Smyth, clerk, archdeacon of Lincoln, son and heir of Richard Smyth the brother and heir of William Smyth, late bishop of Lincoln, has demised to him in tail male, in fulfilment of the will of Reginald Bray, knight, with remainders in tail male to Edward Bray, esquire, John Bray, and Reginald Bray. 12 November, 8 Henry VIII. Signed. Seal.|
|Essex.||D. 1157. Grant by John Walden, esquire, William Bulcote, and Henry Dalby, to William Bryght, John Teynton, clerks, Robert Warner and John Drayton, of the land described in D. 1117, with the advowsons of the church of Rewenhale and of the parish church of St. Andrew, Bulmer. 4 June, 7 Henry IV. Copy on paper similar to D. 1122.|
|[York.]||D. 1158. Award by Thomas Langton, and Roger Dynley, esquires, John Dynley, and Robert Chaloner, in a dispute between Sir William Darcy, knight, and John Skelton of Osmondthorpe, as to the occupation of certain lands and tenements &c. granted by Sir John Darcy, late lord Darcy, grandfather of the said Sir William, to Richard Skelton, grandfather of the said John Skelton; viz. the said Sir William is to demise the said lands &c. to the said John Skelton for a hundred years, at a yearly rent of 8l. Whittekirke, 4 April, 23 Edward IV. English. Portion of seal of arms, and fragments of two seals.|
|Cumbr.||D. 1159. Grant by Sir Gilbert de Umframvill, earl of Angos, lord of Kyme, and of Cokirmouth, to Thomas de Rede, for twenty years, of the bailiwick of Allerdele, belonging to the manor of Papecastre. Sunday after the Conception, 4 Richard II. Fragment of seal.|
|Oxford.||D. 1160. Acquittance by John Trigge, citizen and fishmonger of London, for 10 marks received from Thomas Stanley, clerk, for Michaelmas term last, in payment of the arrears of an annuity of 20 marks granted to him for his life by Richard Talbot, knight, lord of Dirchenfeld and Blakemere, deceased, from the manor of Bampton held from the king in capite; the said Thomas being guardian of two parts of the said manor and of the hundred of Bampton, which are in the king's hand during the minority of Gilbert, son and heir of the said Richard. 20 October, 3 Henry IV. Portion of seal.|
|[Hants.]||D. 1161. Acquittance by Richard Clyvedon, one of the yeomen of the Crown, for 27l. 12s. received from William Marys and William Soper, collectors of the customs in the port of Southampton &c. in payment of an annuity of 12d. a day, for his life, granted to him by the king, out of the great customs of the said port. 24 October, 22 Henry VI.|
|[Hants.]||D. 1162. Acquittance by Ralph Roceford, knight, for 100s. received from William Fauconer, late sheriff of the county of Southampton, in payment for the year last past of an annuity granted to him, for forty years, by the late king Henry IV, from the lands, tenements, and rents &c. of the abbess and convent of Preaux (Seyntlegier in Priaulx) in Normandy. 20 November, 17 Henry VI. Portion of seal.|
|[Durham.]||D. 1163. Bond by John Steward, knight, of Scotland, to Ralph, earl of Westmorland, for 400 marks of English money, to be paid to the said earl in the castle of Raby within the bishopric of Durham, at the terms specified, or else to enter his 'awne propre persone' to the said earl within the said castle, at any of the said terms when the payment is behind. Sealed with the seal of John of Dalston in default of his own seal. 10 April, A.D. 1404. English.|
|[Linc.]||D. 1164. Acquittance by Simon Flete for 18l. 5s. received from John Belle and John Henege, collectors of customs in the port of Boston, for one year's payment of an annuity of 12d. a day granted to him by king Henry, father of the present king. 7 August, 7 Henry V. Fragment of seal.|
|Norf.||D. 1165. Release by George Monoux, citizen and alderman of London, to Henry Wyott and Roger Townesend, knights, Roger Wyld, clerk, Henry Wyld, Servacius Franks, and Robert Draper, of all his right in the manors of Sturdes and Frostes and in other messuages and lands &c. in Asshehill and Saham Tony. 15 November, 25 Henry VIII. Signed.|
|[ ]||D. 1166. Acquittance by John London, 'fishere,' for 9l. 2s. 6d. received from John Belle and John Henege, collectors of customs in the port of Boston, for a year's payment of an annuity of 6d. per day granted to him, for his life, by king Henry, father of the present king. 1 May, 7 Henry V. Fragment of seal.|
|[Cumbr.]||D. 1167. Memorandum that on Monday before Palm Sunday, 41 Edward III, Sir Robert de Tyllyolf, knight, now deceased, granted to William de Artret, vicar of the church of Artret, and his companions viz. Adam, parson of the church of Boulton, and Adam, parson of the church of Bothcastell, all [his] lands and tenements in Ireby, except the site of the manor within the water ditches, also the park of Torpenhowe and other tenements in Nubiggyng, and in the suburb of Carlisle in the street called 'Ricardgate,' on condition that the said grantees should re-enfeoff Felicia, the grantor's wife, in the said manor of Ireby, for her life, with remainder in fee to Peter, son and heir of Sir Robert, and should also re-enfeoff Geoffrey, son of the said Robert, in the park of Torpennow, and Roger another of his sons, in the tenements in Neubiggyng and Carlisle; also that the said grantees received seisin on the said Monday, immediately before one o'clock, by William de Artureth in a tenement near the said manor by the verbal command of the said Sir Robert, receiving 1d. by way of seisin, and on the following Tuesday received the acknowledgment of the greater part of the tenants of Ireby; also that afterwards on the following night, between the cock-crowing and the dawn, the said Sir Robert died, and that afterwards within two months the said grantees carried out the said re-enfeoffments. [41 Edward III.]|
D. 1168. (1.) Star by Samson son of Mosseus, and Osaye son
of master Eleasaph, for his sister Belasea, undertaking to make no claim
against Stephen de Wygornia the abbot, and the convent, of Dore, with
regard to certain land, with a meadow, which they bought from Henry le
Franceys of Kyngeston, who owes a debt to the said Samson and Osaye.
Underwritten: 'Hoc est q[uo]d superius sc[r]iptum est in Hebreo.' Slip torn away.
(2.) Star by Mosseus de Evereus, acknowledging that Stephen, the abbot, and the monks, of Dore are quit of the said Mosseus and his heirs of all claims for debts, as regards the land and meadow which they bought from Henry de Kyngeston. Feast of St. Peter ad Vincula, 25th year of the coronation of Henry III.
Underwritten as above, with slip attached written in Hebrew.
|[I. of Wight.]||D. 1169. Release by Lucy, late the wife of John Bernard, to Richard Coleman, of her dower which she claimed against him, from a free tenement in Neuport formerly belonging to the said John, for which release Richard has given her two besants. Witnesses:—Adam de la More, bailiff of the Island, and others (named). [Henry III.]|
|[N'hamp.]||D. 1170. Grant by John Danvers, and Richard Eton, of Bannebury, to Thomas Huntyngdon of Rodeston, and Stephen Brakkele, clerk, of a messuage called 'le Whitehall' in Brakkele, adjoining a tenement of the master of the hospital of St. James and St. John. 17 January, 2 Henry V. Seal, and portion of seal.|
|Notts.||D. 1171. Acquittance by Francis Willughbie, knight, for 6l. 20d. received from John Sydnam, esquire, sheriff of the county of Nottingham, in payment for one year of the grant to him by the queen of 4d. a day, for his life, as keeper of the queen's woods within the forest of Sherwood, called 'Thorney woods.' 10 October, 28 Elizabeth. Signed.|
|[Herts.]||D. 1172. Indenture witnessing that Richard Whitwik 'is witholden to serve Sir Philip Thornbury, knight, and dame Margret his wif, in the offices of lardyner, catour and cook' in their household, during their lives, for which he is to receive 20s. yearly with clothing; he is also to have a tenement at Pottersgrene called 'Bathis,' for his life, yielding to them yearly a 'roseflour,' and suit of court &c. he is also to have reasonable fuel in the east park, 'except for bakyng or brewyng to chepe,' and if he become unfit for service through sickness &c. he is still to have the said tenement without the said pension &c. Little Monden, 7 November, 27 Henry VI. English.|
|[Pembr.]||D. 1173. Indenture of fine made in the court of Dame Joan de Valenc[ia], countess of Pembroke, before Sir Philip Abbot, steward of Pembroke, William de Trylleg, sheriff, Sirs William de Kamvile, Thomas de Roshale, and David Wyriot, knights, and others named, between Stephen Perot, plaintiff, and John Hamund, defendant, concerning land in Ithoniston. Pembroke, Tuesday before St. Margaret, 29 Edward I.|
|[Worc.]||D. 1174. Agreement between Roger the abbot, [and the convent, of Pershore ?], of the one part, and William de Bello Campo, and Hugh de Walecote, of the other part, witnessing [that the said abbot has paid] 20 marks [to the said William], and 10 marks to the said Hugh, and that the said William has released the said abbot from all differences between them on account of a house and land which belonged to Henry de Walecote &c. and has set free [any men] of the said abbot imprisoned [by him]; also the said Hugh has released the said abbot and his house and men from all appeals and injuries &c. and all claim in the houses and lands of the said Henry, reserving a messuage &c. in Pershore &c. &c. Feast of the beheading of St. John the Baptist. A.D. 12 . . [post A.D. 1234.] Mutilated.|
|Dorset.||D. 1175. Demise by Thomas Erdyngton, knight, Richard Harecourt of Saredon, co. Stafford, esquire, Thomas Mollesley, Thomas Farnham, and Richard Otheyn, to Richard Harecourt the younger, esquire, and John Wachet, of the manor of Corff Moleyn. 9 February, 26 Henry VI. Portions of two seals.|
D. 1176. Indenture witnessing that John Eland of Little Stirton, co.
Lincoln, esquire, has placed Elizabeth Eland, his daughter, as apprentice
to John Langwith, citizen and tailor of London, and Elena his wife, 'silkewoman,' for seven years. John Norman, mayor, . . . . . . Walden and
Thomas Cook, sheriffs, of London. 3 July, 32 Henry [VI].
Endorsed: 'Walbrook'—Memorandum of enrolment under the letter E among the entries of apprentices in the time of Thomas Thorndon, chamberlain, viz. 17 April, 34 Henry VI.
|[Worc.]||D. 1177. Release by Christopher Chalner of Santryst, and Joan his wife, to John a Bryreton of Elmeley Castyll, of all their right in a tenement in Pershore, situated in Rotherchepyng. Feast of the translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 12 Henry VII.|
|[Worc.]||D. 1178. Grant by William Vawkes, rector of the church of Fladbury, to Ralph Hull, alias Bakar, of a tenement in 'le Rotherchepyng' of Pershore, extending from the high street there to the ditch called 'Holdeneydyche,' which he lately had of the grant of Reginald Mile, vicar of the church of St. Andrew, Pershore, and William Payne of Cadycrofte. 5 October, 16 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.|
|[Worc.]||D. 1179. Grant by Ralph Hull alias Bakar, of Perschore, to John Collys, Thomas Wever, of Wyre Pedull, and Thomas Ledbury of Perscnore, of a tenement in 'le Rotherchepyng' of Perschore, extending from the high street there, to the ditch called 'Holdeneydyche.' Feast of St. Mark the evangelist, 6 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.|
|[Worc.]||D. 1180. Demise by Reginald Myle, vicar of St. Andrew's church, Pershore, and William Payn of Cadycrofte, to Master William Vawce, rector of the church of Fladbury, of the tenement in 'le Rotherchepyng,' Pershore, described in D. 1179, which they lately had of the grant of John Solars of Pershore. 16 September, 11 Edward IV. Seal, and fragments of seal.|
D. 1181. Grant by Richard Grayle of Denbygh, kinsman and heir of
John Admond, deceased, to Christopher Westirdale, of a messuage called
'Admondes place' in Farley within the parish of Mathon; with letter of
attorney authorising John Nokys and Thomas Estnor to deliver seisin.
2 July, 14 Henry VIII. Portion of seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
|[Kent.]||D. 1182. Grant by Henry Beche of Raynham, to John Assheby of the parish of Boxley, of a messuage and land in Boxley, in a field called 'Lottonfeld.' 22 September, 21 Edward IV.|
|[N'hamp.]||D. 1183. Release by John Erul of Brackeley, to Richard Eton, Nicholas Trymenell, William Aleyn, chaplain, and Robert Betrych, chaplain, of all his right in a tenement called 'le Whitehalle' in Brackeley adjoining a tenement of the master of St. John's Hospital, and in land in Eveneley. Monday before Michaelmas, 10 Henry IV. Seal.|
D. 1184. Demise by Richard Goldesburghe of Goldesburghe, esquire,
to William Justice of Leathley, gentleman, for twenty-one years, of a
messuage in Leathley, with all lands &c. belonging thereto, provided one
Henry Johnsone late of Walton Head in the same county, esquire, live so
long. 14 September, 26 Elizabeth. Signed. Seal, broken.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to sealing and delivery.
|[N'hamp.]||D. 1185. Release by Robert Betrich and William Aleyn, chaplains, and Richard Eton, the younger, of Bannebury, to John Brokhampton and Thomas Bolle, clerks, and Nicholas Trymenell, of Brakley, of all their right in a tenement called 'le Whithalle' in Brakley, and in land in Eveneley, which they lately had of the grant of John Lynne, mercer, of the county of Bedford. Sunday after St. Barnabas, 12 Henry IV. Seal.|
|[Monm.]||D. 1186. Conveyance by Robert Warde, the prior, and the convent, of Monmouth, to John Robart, for ninety-nine years, of a burgage in Monmouth, in the street called 'Monkstret,' . . . . . Christmas, . . . . . Mutilated.|
|[ ]||D. 1187. Grant by Nigel . . . . ., to the canons of . . . . . ., of . . . . . . . . Mutilated and defaced.|
|[Somers.]||D. 1188. Grant in frank almoin by Robert, lord of Edyngton, son of William de Edyngton, to the brethren of Sprawelesmcde (Burtle house), of land in Edynton. Witnesses:—Sir Henry de Stawylle, William Malet, Geoffrey de Chauton, knights, and others (named). Fourteenth century.|
|[ ]||D. 1189. Letter of safe conduct by Edmund, earl of Arundel, for Sir Thomas de Roshale, whom he has appointed to perform certain matters touching the said earl and the said Sir Thomas in different places. Newcastle-on-Tyne, 3 August, 16 Edward II. Seal of arms.|
|[Durham.] [N'th'ld.]||D. 1190. Acquittance by Sir William Rydel, constable of the castle of Bernard's Castle, for twenty casks of red wine received from Henry de Shirokes, receiver and keeper of the king's victuals at Newcastle-on-Tyne. 26 September, 16 Edward II.|
|[Middx.]||D. 1191. Acquittance by Richard Paynell, collector of the quit rent belonging to London Bridge, for 9s. 4d. received from the prior of the Charterhouse, for a year's quit rent of a tenement called 'le pie,' in the parish of St. Bennet Graschyrche [London]. Morrow of Easter, 3 Henry VIII.|
|[Middx.]||D. 1192. Acquittance by Thomas Norton, knight, master of Burton Lazars, warden of the hospital of St. Giles without London, for 18s. received from the prior of the Charterhouse near London, for a quarter's payment of a yearly quit rent from tenements in the parish of St. Michael Quenehyth, London. Morrow of Christmas, 10 Henry VIII.|
|N'hamp.||D. 1193. Release by John Smyth alias John Boughton, of Yerdeley Gobyn, 'husband'[man], to John Broune of Hanslapp co. Bucks, 'husbandman,' of all his right in land in Yerdely Gobyn. 13 February, 11 Henry VIII. Seal.|
D. 1194. Bond by George, earl of Kent, lord of Hastynges, Waisford,
and Ruthyn, to Dame Elizabeth Huse, widow, and John Huse, knight, for
1,000l. for merchandise bought from them in the staple of Westminster,
to be paid at Easter next. 21 February, 14 Henry VII. Signed.
Endorsed: Certified into the king's chancery by William Broune the elder, mayor, on 6 May, 22 Henry VII.
|[Somers.]||D. 1195. Grant by John Bakere of Taunton, to Thomas Aunger the younger, and Joan his wife, of land called 'Aungeresacr,' in a meadow called 'Haidemede' near Taunton, in the manor of Taunton. Thursday after the Conception, 3 Henry V.|
|[Somers.]||D. 1196. Latter of attorney by John Bakere of Taunton, authorising John Charde to deliver to Thomas Aungere the younger, and Joan his wife, seisin of the land described in D. 1195. Saturday after the Conception, 3 Henry V. Seal.|
|[Somers.]||D. 1197. Release by John Bakere, to Thomas Aunger the younger, and Joan his wife, of all his right in the land described in D. 1195. Sunday after St. Lucy the virgin, 3 Henry V. Seal.|
|[Worc.]||D. 1198. Appointment by Clement, abbot of Evesham, of John, abbot of Westminster, and Richard, abbot of . . . . . ., to be his proctors in the parliament to be held in London on the loth of April next. Evesham, 7th April, A.D. 1523, 14 Henry VIII. Injured.|
|[York ?]||D. 1199. Bond by Thomas Darcy, . . ., lord Darcy, and George Darcy, son and heir of the said lord Darcy, knight, to Marmaduke Constable, the younger, and Robert Constable, son of the said Marmaduke, knight, for 100 marks, to be paid to them on the 9th of May next. 7 August, 6 Henry VIII.|
D. 1200. Letter of attorney by the brethren and sisters of the lepers'
hospital, Dertford, authorising Roger Tole to collect alms in England for
the said hospital during one year. 24 October, 1 Henry VIII.
Underwritten per me Rob[er]tum Blagge p[at]ronu[m] domus predicte.'