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.
A. 4401. Grant by William Beloste, to Fulk son of Hubert, of a
yearly rent in Totenham. Sunday after St. Augustine the bishop,
24 Edward I. Seal, broken.
|Warw.||A. 4402. Release by John Horeley of Knolle and Alice his wife, daughter of Thomas Audeley and Elizabeth, his wife, daughter of John Brome of Lappworth and sister and heiress of John Audeley, deceased, to Thomas Byllyng, the elder, John Catesby, serjeant-at-law, Thomas Throgmorton, Nicholas Catesby and Edmund Newenham, of all their right in all the lands &c. in Lappworth and Kyngeswode, formerly belonging to the said John Brome. Last day of January, 4 Edward IV. Two seals.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4403. Confirmation by William Catesby, esquire, son and heir of John Catesby, of a grant in tail by John Cotes and Robert Catesby, esquires, John Watson, parson of Rodebourno church, William Pakyngton and William Overton, to John Aylesbury, of certain lands and tenements, part called 'Oldehokkelowes' and two crofts, in Lapworth, with the reversions of certain of the said lands, and a yearly rent in Bysshewode, with remainder to the right heirs of the said William Catesby. 10 February, 22 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4404. Grant by Sir Hugh de Brandeston, knight, with the consent of Margaret his wife, to Geoffrey the marshal (marescallo) of Ayleston, and Gemma his wife, of certain parcels of land in Lappeworth, part called 'Graungefeld'; in return for which the said Geoffrey, with his wife's consent, has given to the said Sir Hugh and Margaret his wife, an assart called 'Yoke brokes,' a meadow called 'Schedalemedewe,' and land in Hulleparokes and in Hawyscroft. Witnesses:—Sir John de Lodbrok, knight, John le Archer, Richard de Folewode, and others (named). Seal, injured.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4405. Memorandum as to the title of John Brome to a messuage and lands in Lapworth, late in the tenure of Simon Souter of the same; showing the descent of the manor of Brome in Lapworth.|
|Warw.||A. 4406. Declaration by Lawrence Blyth of Henley-in-Ardern, William Parsouns late of Lappworth, John Parsouns of Lappworth, Lawrence Blyth of the same, Thomas Westun of Lappworth, Walter Pratt of Henley aforesaid, and Waller Smyth of Kyngeswode, concerning the claim of Thomas Awdeley late of Henley aforesaid, and Elizabeth, his wife, to the lands of the late John Brome in Lappworth. 15 January, 4 Edward IV. English. Four seals.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4407. Demise by William Catesby, knight, with the assent of Thomas Byllynge, chief justice of the king's bench, and of the other feoffees of the said William in the lands &c. in Lapworth, late John Brome's, to Geoffrey Dunne, for twenty years, of a capital messuage in Lapworth, with 'howsbote, heybote, firebote and plowbote': the said Geoffrey to uproot at his own expence, the underwood growing in the meadows adjoining the rivulet running by the field of Rowyngton. Feast of Saint John the Baptist, 10 Edward IV.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4408. Release by John in the Lone, of Lappeworth, and Robert in the Lone, brother of the said John, to Hugh de Braundeston, lord of Lappeworth, and Christiana his wife, of all their right in the lands in Lappeworth which Walter Fremon lately held. Nativity of the Virgin Mary, 22 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4409. Release by Thomas le Flechere of Lapworth, to Hugh de Braundeston and Sibyl his wife, of all his right in lands &c. in Lapworth, which the grantees formerly had of the gift of Nicholas atte Wyle. Sunday after St. Barnabas the apostle, 33 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4410. Grant by Henry Stake of Lappewurth, to Sir John de Bysshopedone and Agnes his wife, of a croft called 'Wodecroft,' in Lappewurth, part to be held for the life of Cristiana de la Forde. Witnesses:—Sirs Hugh de Brauntistone, knight, Peter de Wolwardyntone, and others (named).|
|[Warw.]||A. 4411. Grant by Thomas de Cherlekote, son of William de Cherlecote, of Lapworthe, to Richard Wybot of Henley, and Alice his daughter, of lands in Lapworthe. Tuesday, . . . . ., 14 Edward II. Injured.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4412. Demise by Henry de Braundeston, to Petronilla, late the wife of Robert de Brome, of Walter, son and heir of Walter Freman, of Lapworthe, and of all the lands &c. in Lapworthe, which came to Henry, in wardship, after the said Walter Freman's death, by reason of the minority of his said son Walter; till the said Walter shall come of age. Michaelmas, 10 Edward II. Fragment of seal.|
|[Warw?]||A. 4413. Statement of the claim of William Bagot, knight, to certain rents from lands and tenements formerly belonging to Thomas Wylugby.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4414. Grant by Henry son of William, to Henry son of Thomas, the clerk, of land in Lodbroc, part in the field towards Rodburn, part at Saleput, part in the field of Homfeld, and part between Rugweye and Lodthweye; for the service of a nut at Michaelmas. Witnesses:—Roger de Suham, William de Salantleg', William Coterel, Robert de Crulefeld, and others (named). [Henry III.]|
|[Warw.]||A. 4415. Lease by John Pecche, knight, to John Knybbe, for his life, of the chief messuage of his manor of Fenny Compton, with demesne lands &c. rendering ten quarters of corn &c. yearly. Monday after St. Martin, 44 Edward III. French.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4416. Sale for 41l. by John Brome of Lappeworth, and Margery his wife, to Simon Felton of Henleye, for four years, of the wood growing in different parts of their land in Lappeworth; viz. part called 'Yarkedich Nouwelond,' a grove adjoining the land called 'Nevewast,' the close of little Herbery, part adjoining Hullefeld and Neuwehorchart, extending along Bernefeld, part adjoining two fields called 'Cookredynges' and part by Hancokkeslone. Sunday before the Purification, 9 Henry IV.|
|Warw.||A. 4417. Acquittance by Peter Rogers, servant to Lady Lucy, for 16l. 16s. 7d. received from Richard Catysby of Lapworth, esquire, for a year's rent of Lapworth, Bushewood, Brumman, Henley, Bewdesert and Tawnworth. 4 September, 27 Henry VIII. English.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4418. Release by William de Bensale in Lodbrok, to William son of William son of Robert de Rodburn, of all his right in lands &c. in Lodbrok, held by William son of Walter. Nativity of the Virgin Mary, 10 Edward II. Seal.|
|Warw.||A. 4419. Sale by Thomas Palmer, esquire, to Sir William Catesby, knight, of all his part of the wood called 'Bysshwode' in Lapwurth; with agreement concerning the division of the bondmen, women, and children, in the manors of Thornedon, Wilmoncote, and Bysshopston, between the respective parties. Assheby Leger, 6 June, 38 Henry VI. English. Fragments of seal.|
|Essex.||A. 4420. Surrender in frank almoin by Nicholas son of Richard de Thunderle, to Sir Robert, the dean, and the chapter of St. Paul's, London, of all the common pasture in all the holding of the said dean and chapter in the parish of Thunderle; for which Sir Peter de Newport, archdeacon of London, and farmer of Runnewelle, has given ½ a mark to Nicholas. Midsummer eve, 44 Henry III. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4421. Grant in tail by Henry de Branteston, to Hugh de Branteston, his brother, and to Margaret, Hugh's wife, of all his land in Lapworth, with reversion to the grantor. Witnesses:—Richard de Vrinhull, Geoffrey le Marchall, Roger de Brome, Robert Pipard, and others (named).|
A. 4422. Bond by Thomas Lucy of Charlecote, and Godfrey
Foljambe of Walton, knights, to John Heron and Thomas Bolayn, knights,
for 100l. to be paid to the king's use at Michaelmas next. 14 May,
13 (sic) Henry VIII.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond, witnessing, that if the said Lucy and Foljambe shall pay 100 marks to the said Heron and Bolayn, for the king's use, at Easter A.D. 1523, the said bond shall be void. English.
|[Essex.]||A. 4423. Grant by Alured the weaver (tixtor), of Thundeslee, to Sir Robert, the dean, and the chapter of St. Paul's, London, and to Peter de Newport, archdeacon of London, of land in Thundreslee, and pasture for twelve sheep and two pigs on the common heath of Robert de Stratford with fuel in the heath called 'Estathe.' Hadleye, morrow of St. Matthew the apostle, 42 Henry III. Seal.|
|Warw.||A. 4424. Demise by Sir Richard Catesby of Assheby Legiers, co. Northampton, knight, to Petur Rogers of Shurburne, yeoman, for twentyone years, of his capital messuage or manor place of Bromehill, with lands &c. belonging, three pastures called respectively 'the heth fielde,' 'the long fielde,' and 'the hele fielde,' two closes or crofts called respectively, 'the Cock Shute Croft,' and 'Wadams Croft,' and two parcels of ground called respectively 'the Grove' and 'the Cock Redyng,' in Lapworth. 1 January, 6 Edward VI. English. Signature of Petur Rogers. Seal, broken.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4425. Grant by Henry called the Provost (prepositus) of Lapworth, to Master Henry de Branteston, of his meadow in Lapworth, adjoining the meadow of William called the shoemaker (sutoris), for the service of a clove of gillyflower. Witnesses:—Richard de Wroxhull, Robert Pippard, Geoffrey le Mareschal, and others (named).|
|[Warw.]||A. 4426. Demise by Emma de Catesby, and John her son, to William Kersley of Coventre, and Isabella his wife, for fifty years, of part of a tenement called 'le Poleyard,' in Coventre, with a 'shere' thereon, adjoining a rivulet called 'Shyrbwater.' Witnesses:—John Botener, mayor of Coventre, John de Garton, draper, John Horsley, smith, bailiffs of the same, and others (named). Friday after the Epiphany, 8 Henry IV. Two seals, broken.|
|Warw.||A. 4427. Demise by Richard Catisby, of Leogiers Asheby, co. Northampton, esquire, to Peter Rogers of Shirburne, yeoman, of three closes in Preston Kangeyn, one called 'Webbis Closse,' for thirty years. 10 January, 34 Henry VIII. English. Signed by Peter Rogers.|
|[Linc.]||A. 4428. Grant by Geoffrey Norman, to Agnes, late the wife of William . . . . . ., of a messuage with buildings in . . . . . . Quaderyng, Sunday before St. Edmund the king, 10 Edward III. Injured.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4429. Release by Thomas Grene of Coventre, to Emma, late the wife of John de Catesby and to John son of the said John Catesby, of all his right in a messuage in Coventre, lying 'betwyn the brygges.' Assheby Leger, 10 March, 9 Henry IV. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4430. Demise by William de Geydon, to Alice Dekene of Derset, for her life, of a messuage and land in Derset Magna. Geydon, feast of SS. Philip and James, 49 Edward III.|
A. 4431. Grant by Walter called 'de Irlond' in Coventre, 'le
Coppere,' to John son of Nicholas de Teynton, the blacksmith (ferrario),
of a part of his land in Coventre with a house thereon, without Bishop's
bar (barram Episcopi). Feast of St. Matthew the apostle, 21 Edward I.
Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: 'Carta Walteri de Hybernia.'
|[Somers.]||A. 4432. Grant by John de Lynforde, to Sir Richard de Emneburghe, knight, of all his tenements and lands &c. in Saltforde. Witnesses:—Sir Thomas de Wellesleghe, and Philip de Wyke, knights, and others (named). Wells, Sunday before SS. Simon and Jude, 27 Edward I.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4433. Discharge by J. de Badyngton, the general sequestrator of Sir Roger, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, of the executors of the will of Agnes, wife of Simon Pakemon of Coventry, deceased. ij Ides of October [14 October] A.D. 1337.|
A. 4434. Grant by William de Franketon, to William the cordwainer
(cordubanario), of part of his land in Coventry, at the corner 'westgardini,'
Witnesses:—William son of Umphrey, Richard de Aula, William de
Wilnhale, Henry son of Edred, and others (named). Seal, broken.
Endorsed: 'Carta de terra ad cornu Wastigardini.'
|[Warw.]||A. 4435. Grant by William Smyth of Wareton, and Petronilla his wife, to John Jeke of Maxstoke and Matilda his wife, and to Ralph atte Broke of Halughton, and Emma his wife, of all their lands and tenements &c. in the town and fee of Crudworth and Wygyngehulle. Sunday after the Annunciation, 12 Henry IV.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4436. Grant by Geoffrey Penifader, to Alice his daughter, of land at Hulle mill in Covintre, stretching to the red dyke (rubeam foveam), rendering yearly to the grantor a pair of gloves. Witnesses:—John de Dunstapel, Richard de Hulle, William Haune, William le Paumer, and others (named).|
|[Warw.]||A. 4437. Release by Isabella, late the wife of William de Southlee, widow, to Joan de Elnhale, of all her right in a messuage in Coventre. Witnesses:—Sir Richard, rector of St. Andrew's church in Holeburn, and others (named). London, day of St. Luke the evangelist, 15 Edward II.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4438. Demise by Margaret, prioress of Henewode, to William de Farneborou and Agnes his wife, for their lives, of a messuage with house in Rodburne. Monday after SS. Peter and Paul, 8 Edward III. Injured.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4439. Demise by William de Catesby, to John Hermisham of Coventre, Edith his wife, and John their younger son, for their lives, of a messuage in Catesbylane, in Coventre. 8 August, 48 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4440. Acquittance by Stephen Scathelok of Coventre, for 40s. received from Geoffrey de Hulle, tanner, in Coventre, in part payment of a bond for 20 marks. Monday, feast of St. Chad the bishop, 12 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4441. Demise by John de Catesby of Assheby Legger, co. Northampton, to John Michell, merchant, and John Everdon, hosier, of Coventre, for twenty-seven years, of a field called 'Baron feld' below the park of Cheilesmore, in Coventre. Witnesses:—Adam Hyton, mayor of the city of Coventre, Henry Wentbrigg and Thomas Grene, bailiffs of the same, and others (named). 19 April, 7 Henry V.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4442. Letter of attorney by Henry son of William Pye, of Covintre, authorising Margery, daughter of Henry le Noreis of the same, to pay yearly to the lords of the fee the farm due to them from the lands in Covintre which Henry granted to the said Henry le Nores. Witnesses:— Alexander de Glouc', Robert de Denecastell, John le Flecher, and others (named).|
|[Warw.]||A. 4443. Grant by John son of Roger the miller (molendinar'), to Richard his son, of a messuage in Coventre, lying within the bridges, for the service of a clove of gillyflower. Thursday after Michaelmas, 29 Henry III.|
A. 4444. Grant by Margery, late the. wife of Richard de Ambresle,
to Stephen le Ferur, of land with a messuage in Goldicote. Witnesses:—
William de Aldermoneston in Goldicote, Peter le King, Walter Thedulf,
and others (named).
|[Warw.]||A. 4445. Letter of attorney by John Prest of Coventre, merchant, authorising Simon Coupere of Coventre, to deliver to Sir Giles Fillylodo, William Wolf, and Edward de Wedon, of Coventre, full seisin of a tenement, a plot of pasture, a messuage with curtilage, a croft and meadow, and other land. Coventry, ij kalends of August (31 July), 35 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4446. Grant by Adam Russel of Coventre, to William Russel his son, and Agnes, wife of the latter, of a messuage in the earl's street (vico comitis), in Coventre. Wednesday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 10 Edward II. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4447. Grant by Adam Russel of Coventre, to William Russel his son, of a tenement in Coventre, in the lane called 'le Baillilone.' Friday in Whitsun week, 2 Edward II. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4448. Grant by John Molyas, clerk, to Nicholas Boydene of Coventre, and Ellen his wife, of a messuage in the earl's street in Coventre, extending to the orchard called 'Lerlesorchard.' Monday after Christmas, 16 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4449. Grant by Walter the loriner (loremarius), to William de Franketon, of land in Cornley, adjoining land which Jordan Musard of Alesley, held. Witnesses:—William son of Umfrey, Richard the smith (fabro) of Cornley, Roger de Barre, and others (named).|
|[Warw.]||A. 4450. Indenture of apprenticeship of Agnes, daughter of Thomas le Chaloner of Coventre, for three years, to Robert Raulot, 'purcere,' in Coventre. Whitsunday, 10 Edward III. Seal of arms.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4451. Grant in tail by Roger son of Adam Attegrene of Coventre, to Hugh de Meryton, in Coventre, in free marriage with Agnes, the grantor's sister, of a moiety of a tenement between the bridges, towards St. John's hospital, in Coventre. Witnesses:—William le Parker, coroner of Coventre, Thomas le Moubray, Adam Russel, and others (named). Injured.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4452. Grant by John de Barre of Corleye, to Jordan son of Julian de Corleye, of all his land in Welecroft, in Corleye adjoining Thacheleye. Witnesses:—Thomas de Kerisleye, Robert de Rutun, Henry Jambe, and others (named).|
|[Worc.]||A. 4453. Release by Hugh de Cokeseye, lord of Goldicote, to Thomas son of John de Pebbeworth of Evesham, and Roberga his wife, of all his right in a messuage and land in Goldicote. Thursday after St. Valentine, 4 Edward II.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4454. Grant by Hugh de Meriton of Coventre, to Adam Russel of the same, of a capital messuage in the land called 'le Baillilone' in Coventre, adjoining the orchard of the priory of Coventre. Monday after St. Pancras, 10 Edward II.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4455. Agreement as to a grant by Sir Alexander de Esscheby in Coventre, chaplain, to Richard de Totenham and Alice his wife, of all his right in a messuage in the carl's street, in Coventre, viz. that the said deed of grant is to be delivered to the grantees after the payment by them of 40 marks to the grantor. Sunday after Michaelmas, A.D. 1300.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4456. Release by Thomas de Meryngton, son and heir of John de Meryngton, to John son of William de Catesby, of all his right in a messuage in Coventre, lying between the bridges, towards St. John's hospital. Witnesses:—Philip Purefey, John le Bretoun, John Leyre, and others (named). Seal of arms.|
A. 4457. Grant by John Stanlake of Coventre, 'barker,' to William de
Keresleye of the same, 'Iremonger,' of all his estate in lands &c. and in a
certain entry in Catesbylane, in Coventre, paying 2s. 6d. yearly, for the first
fifty years, to the grantor, and afterwards 9s. 6d. yearly to the heirs of Adam
atte Mere of Berkeswelle. Monday after Michaelmas, 14 Richard II. Copy.
Underwritten: Memorandum as to the above copy being given by a deed made to the said William at Asscheby Leger on Wednesday in Palm Sunday week 1 Henry [IV].
|[Warw.]||A. 4458. Demise by Geoffrey Austyn of Hulle, 'barker,' in Coventre, to John de Offechurche, merchant, of Coventre, and Felicia his wife, for their lives, of a yearly rent from tenements in the lane called Wymondeslone, in Coventre, adjoining the high road from Potteresrowe to St. John's hospital, one of the said tenements adjoining a house called 'Barkhous.' Thursday, the vigil of St. Bartholomew the apostle, 15 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4459. Grant in tail by Thomas de Merynton, chaplain, and Henry le Clerk, of Coventre, to Richard Frebern of Coventre, and Agnes his wife, of all their lands &c. in Coventre, Radeford and Coundulme (Coundon), with remainder, in tail, to Hugh son of Guy de Merynton, and to the right heirs of the said Agnes. Tuesday after the beheading of St. John the Baptist, 23 Edward III. Portion of seal of arms.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4460. Release by Thomas de Barre of Corley, and John de Barre of the same, his son, to John Stannebury, bishop of Hereford, John Barre, knight, John Norres, esquire, Thomas Byllyng, Robert Tanfeld, John Catesby of Olthrop, esquire, Thomas Palmer, esquire, John Breteyn, William Halle, William Forshawe, and John Lounde, clerks, Edmund Newenham, and William Catesby, knight, of all their right in land in Wetecroft in Corley, adjoining Thacheleye, and in land called 'Aithelescroft.' Monday before Michaelmas, 3 Edward IV. Copy on paper.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4461. Grant by William de Catesby of Coventre, to William Suwet, Richard de Blaby, chaplains, and William de Offechurch, clerk, of three messuages in Coventry, one in the cook's street (vico coci), one without the bishop's bar, and one in the street of St. Nicholas; also land in the field opposite the cemetery of St. Nicholas, the reversion of land in the field of Radeford, land in another field of Radeford, by a lane leading to the manor of Whitmore, the field called 'Peckersfeld,' land in the field opposite the gate of Whitmore manor, and all his other lands with reversion in the fields of Coventre, Rad[eford] [Cou]ndulme, and Kerusleye. Thursday after All Saints, 42 Edward III. Injured.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4462. Demise by William Catesby, knight, with the consent of John Stanbury, bishop of Hereford, and others, feoffees of the said Catesby, to Thomas Pulter of Coventre, dyer, for sixty years, of a tenement with garden, by Bablake, in Coventre, the said Thomas to rebuild the houses &c. on the said tenement, lately thrown down, with stone, oak timber and plaster of Paris (plastera de Parys) &c. Feast of the Epiphany, 49 Henry VI., et readepcionis sue regie potestatis anno primo. Fragment of seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4463. Grant by John le Blake of Watburleye, to Richard le Coupere, butcher (carnifici), of Coventre, and Alice his wife, of land in Watburleyefeld called 'le Longefurlong.' Sunday after the Purification, 9 Edward II.|
|Warw.||A. 4464. Grant by Sir Roger de Monte alto, and Cicely, his wife, to William and the convent of Covintry, for a yearly rent of 100l. and ten marks to the nuns of Pollesworth, of all his right in the manor of Covintry, with the advowson of the church of St. Michael and of the chapels belonging thereto, and a warren lately granted by the king to Roger and Cicely, reserving to the grantors free coursing therein when they come to the said manor; reserving also their mansion at Cheilesmore and park, with the dwelling of the friars minors by the said park, reserving also the homages of Sir Gilbert de Segrave and others, named, in Kalendon Asthull, Olney, Folkeshull, Whitel', Stoke, Covintre, and Sowe, and other places, named, also the homages of the earl of Warwick and others in Folkeshull and Eccleshale; saving also to the grantors the lepers' house of Spanne (Sponne) &c. Witnesses:—Henry de Hasting, Gilbert de Segrave, Geoffrey de Langel, Fulk de Orreby, and others (named). [Henry III]. Fragments of seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4465. Grant by Adam Russel of Coventre, to William his son, of two cottages in the lane called 'le Baylilone' in Coventre. Saturday, Midsummer day, 29 Edward 1. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4466. Certificate by John de Cristilton, clerk, and Giles, perpetual vicar of Holy Trinity Church, Coventre, appointed by Sir Hugh de Hepewas, canon of Lichfield, to prove wills in the deanery of Coventre; witnessing that they had summoned before them the executors of the will of Agnes de Meryngton, who, being found to have faithfully administered the goods of the said Agnes are discharged from rendering further account. Feast of St. Matthew the apostle, A.D. 1359. Fragments of two seals.|
|[ ]||A. 4467. Grant by William de Catesby, to John de Grenebrok of the wardship and marriage of Joan daughter and heiress of Adam de Strode, with all the lands and tenements &c. belonging to her and all the estate which the said William had by fine between William Averey of London and Alice his wife and the said William de Catesby: the said John is to marry the said Joan &c. 19 June, 32 Edward III. French.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4468. Grant by John son of Simon de Warwic', to Robert . . . ., of land and rent in Coventre, in the street of the spring. Witnesses:—John Simon, Robert son of . . . . de Ruton, Thomas Mubray, and others (named). [Henry III.] Injured.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4469. Sale by John de Berkeswelle of Coventre, to Roger de Bray of the same, of all his goods and chattels in a tenement in Coventre. Sunday after the Annunciation, 11 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4470. Demise by William le Vyneter of Coventre, to Simon Bangeleys of the same, and John his son, for their lives, of a 'waterladde' in a lane called 'Angleslone,' in Coventre, adjoining the grantor's stew (vivarium). Tuesday after St. James the apostle, 14 Edward II.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4471. Demise by John de Catesby, to John Hendy, for thirty years, of a messuage in Coventre. Feast of St. Gregory the pope, 13 Richard II. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4472. Letter of attorney by William Gerveys of London, clerk, John Sturgeon and William Lyghtholder, of the same, mercers, authorising Robert Southam to receive from Robert Catesby, John Cotes and John Wattesson, full seisin of a messuage in Coventre. 12 July, 19 Henry VI. Two seals, broken, and fragments of seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4473. Grant by John le Blake of Whadburle, to Richard le Coupere of Coventre and Alice his wife, of land and meadow in Whaburle (Whaberley), in a field called 'bynethewey.' Morrow of St. Mark the evangelist, 7 Edward II. Seal, broken.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4474. Release by William Lewyn of Coventre, to Robert de Busseby of the same, blacksmith, of all his right in a yearly rent from a tenement at the upper end of a lane called 'Wymundeslone' in Coventre, which Beatrice daughter of the late Geoffrey Alote of Fleckenho, holds for her life. Witnesses:—William Luff, mayor [of Coventry], and others (named). Friday after the Circumcision, 21 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4475. Demise by Robert Catesby, John Cotes, esquire, and John Watson, clerk, to Henry Atterton of Coventre, of a messuage in 'le Pottersrowe,' in Coventre, adjoining a tenement belonging to the chantry called 'Lodyngtounes Chauntery.' Witnesses:—John Braytoft, mayor of Coventre, and others (named). 17 April, 20 Henry VI. Seal.|
A. 4476. Release by John Burman, Thomas Foxe, clerks, and John
Salbrige, to Richard South, of all their right in all the lands and tenements
&c. called 'Bromes land' in Lapworth. 12 January, 12 Henry VII.
Two signatures. Three seals.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the memoranda rolls of the court of Northampton, before John Wattis, the mayor, and others, at the hustings held there on Monday after St. Hilary, 12 Henry VII.
|[Warw.]||A. 4477. Conveyance in tail by John Cotes, and Robert Catesby, esquires, John Watson, parson of Rodebourne church, William Pakyngton, and William Overton, to John Aylesbury, of lands and tenements in Lapworth, part called 'Oldehokkelowes,' held for life by the various tenants named, with the reversions of the same, and of a yearly rent from a tenement in Bisshewode, with remainder to the right heirs of William Catesby. Witnesses:—Ralph Buttiller and William Bisshopeston, knights, and others, (named). 12 July, 16 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4478. Release by John de Audeley, son and heir of Thomas de Audeley and Elizabeth his wife, daughter and heiress of John Brome, late of Lapworth, to Ralph, lord of Cromwell, knight, and John Brome of Warrewyk, of all his right in all the lands &c. in Lapworth, Stodley, Henley, Beaudesert, Kyngeswod and Pakewod, which came to him after the death of Margery, late the wife of the said John Brome of Lapworth. 4 May, 14 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4479. Conveyance by William de la Chaumbre of Lappword, to Petronilla de Coppesford of the same, and John her son, for their lives, of a curtilage and croft in Lappeworth, by the road called 'Alayns Lone,' and by land called 'Ulleye.' Trinity Sunday, 3 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4480. Grant by Paul de Brome of Lapworthe, to Joan daughter of Robert Lemarchal of the same, and to one of her heirs, of a tenement called 'la Morheye,' with all the land adjoining, in Lapworth. All Saint's day, 20 Edward II. Copy.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4481. Grant by Richard de Wyke, rector of Lappeworth, and Robert de Fulewode, vicar of Toneworthe church, to Paul de Brome and Margaret his wife, in tail, of a messuage with lands and tenements &c. in Lappeworth, called 'le Newelond,' 'Longefeld,' 'Odomesfeld,' 'Little Erbury,' 'le Bernefeld,' 'Cokrudynge,' 'Hadecristesfeld,' 'Whaveleye,' 'Onerugge,' 'Hamesham,' and 'Moriscroft,' with the rents and services of the tenants named, a yearly rent of 2s. and the waste of Erbury; with remainder to the said Paul's right heirs. Thursday after SS. Simon and Jude, 17 Edward III.|
|[Essex.]||A. 4482. Release by Robert de Stratford, to Sir Robert, the dean, and the chapter of St. Paul's, London, and to Peter de Newport, archdeacon of London, of yearly rents from lands in Thunderslee, part of the fee of Picheseyie, and part in the heath called 'Westathe,' with the homages and services of the tenants, paying 4s. yearly to the abbot of St. John's, Colchester. Witnesses:—Sirs Jordan le Brun, Simon Perdri, Henry de Bretton, Thomas de Ramesden, and William Giffard, knights, and others (named). Hadleyie, morrow of St. Matthew the apostle and evangelist, 42 Henry III. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4483. Release by John Haselholt, the elder, of Henleye, to Richard de Mountfort and Rose his wife, of all his right in all the lands &c. in Henley, Wotton, Ullenhale, Beudesert and Wyteleye, which formerly belonged to William Iwe of Henley and Marion his wife, with further release of all actions. Sunday before Michaelmas, 49 Edward III. French. Seal.|
|[Essex.]||A. 4484. Demise by Agnes, late the wife of Simon de Brueria, to Sir Peter de Niueport, archdeacon of London, for her own life, of all her share, as dower, in two tenements in Tundrelee. Witnesses:—Sir Martin son of Simon, knight, and others (named). Tuesday in the Octave of St. Andrew, 42 Henry III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4485. Grant in tail by John de Bihsopesdone, knight, to Thomas his son and Joan, Thomas's wife, daughter of Edmund de Grafton, knight, of a yearly rent to be received from all the grantor's lands and tenements in Bihsopwode and Lappeworthe. Grafton, feast of St. Agatha the virgin, 7 Edward II.|
A. 4486. Grant by Leodegarius Pippard son of the late Robert
Pippard of Lapworth, to Sir Hugh de Branteston, of all the lands and tenements which lately belonged to the grantor s father in Lapwrth, together
with the dower of Margery, the grantor's mother, in the said lands, which
she had released to the grantor. Witnesses:—Sirs John de Lodbrok and
William de Bisschopesdon, knights, Ivo Pippard, rector of Lapwrth church,
and others (named). [Gule of autumn (feast of St. Peter ad vincula),
10 Edward [I]].
Endorsed: ' . . . facta ad Gulam Autumni anno regni regis Edwardi xo.'
|[Warw.]||A. 4487. Admission of John Large, of Grenb[orough] and Margery, his wife, to a piece of land in the west end of Berycroft in Grenborough, at a court held at Southam, to hold as tenants for life, at the will of the lord, paying 5s. yearly, except when 'le Milhethe' lies unoccupied and in common. Given under the seal of Thomas Deram, prior of the cathedral church of St. Mary, Coventre. 18 April, 20 Edward IV. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4488. Demise by Thomas Cokkes of Berford, to Ralph, lord of Cromwell, knight, and John Brome of Warrewyk, the younger, of all his lands &c. in Lapworth, Stodeley, Henley, Beaudesert, Kyngeswode and Pakwode, formerly belonging to John Brome of Lapworth. 27 April, 14 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[York.]||A. 4489. Agreement between John Cokes and Agnes his wife and Robert de Clayton, concerning the division of a toft in Donecastre. Thursday before Easter, 9 Edward III. Seal of arms, broken.|
|[Warw ?]||A. 4490. Release by James de Clopton, to William de Bisopisdon, of a yearly rent from land in Scotrith. Witnesses:—Sir Richard de Baggingeden, Hugh le Fraunt of Scotrith, Richard de Peyto of Drayton, John, lord of Wilmecote, and others (named).|
A. 4491. Conveyance by Philip de Aylesbury and Agnes his wife, to
Richard Prat of Lappeworth, for his life, of all the lands and tenements [in
Lapworth] which Walter Robyns lately held. Sunday after St. Edmund
the king, 11 Richard II.
|[Essex.]||A. 4492. Release by John the weaver (textor) of Tunderlee, to Robert, the dean, and the chapter of St. Paul's, London, and to Peter de Neuport, archdeacon of London, of a yearly rent from a tenement in Thunderlee. Tuesday in the octave of St. Andrew, 42 Henry III.|
|Warw.||A. 4493. Grant by Richard Waterton, chaplain, and John Bothe, to John Brome alias John Brown, of Baddesley, and Beatrice his wife, for their lives, of all their lands and tenements &c. in Lappeworth, Kyngeswode, and Henley, formerly belonging to John Brome of Lappeworth, with remainders in tail, to Thomas Brome, Nicholas Brome, and John Brome, and to Isabella, Elizabeth, Agnes, and Jocosa, the children of the said grantees, to Robert Brome son of William Brome, and to Richard Halle, and to the king in fee. 2 June, 6 Edward IV. Seal and fragment of seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4494. Demise by lady Margaret Catesby, lady of Lapworth, to George Assheby, Margaret his wife and John their son, for their lives, of a tenement called 'Ilaton' and other lands called 'Brokshawe' and the reversion of lands called 'Pukland.' 1 March, 17 Henry VI. Much injured. Seal.|
|Warw.||A. 4495. Conveyance by the warden and scholars of Merton, Oxford, to John de Peyto, for the life of Beatrice his wife, of a messuage and land in Lapworth except the advowson of Lapworth church; paying 3s. 4d. yearly, at Wolford. Tenth of the Kalends of July (22 June), 18 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4496. Grant by John Pratte of Henley, to William Catesby, esquire, of all his right in a pasture called 'Henleys' in Lapworth. Last day of May, 2 Richard III. English.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4497. Grant by Philip de Ayllesbury and Agnes his wife, to William del Spyne, Robert Broun of Warrewyk, and John Jory, chaplain, of all their lands and tenements &c. in Lapworth, which came to them after the death of Hugh de Braunteston, Agnes's father. 6 January, 43 Edward III. Seal and seal of arms.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4498. Grant by Alice daughter of William son of Ralph son of Henry de Lodbrok, to Sir John de Lodbrok, knight, of a messuage in Lodbrok, rendering yearly to the grantor one apple, at the feast of St. John the Baptist. Witnesses:—William de Makeney, Alexander de Covintre Henry Roger, and others (named). Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4499. Grant in tail by Robert Horton, parson of Lapworth church, and William Hykones, chaplain, of the same, to John Brome of Lapworth, and Margery his wife, of all the lands and tenements &c. in Lapworth, Henleye, Stodleye, Kyngeswode, and Pakwode, which they formerly had of the gift of the said John, with remainder to his heirs. Monday before St. George the martyr, 8 Henry IV. Seal and seal of arms.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4500. Deed witnessing the delivery by Thomas Palmer, esquire, to William Catisby, knight, of seven deeds concerning certain lands and tenements in Lapeorgth, called 'Bromes thinge,' to be kept by him till the claim of the said William, Thomas, and Elizabeth, Thomas's wife, to the said lands, now occupied by John Broune of Baddesley, be determined, and afterwards the said deeds, together with others in the possession of the said Thomas, are to be delivered into a certain place &c. Monday after St. Thomas the apostle, 33 Henry VI. English.|