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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|[Glouc.] [Warw.]||A. 4501. Memoranda concerning the Bisschoppston pedigree; showing how the manors of Larkestok and Wellisburne came into the Bisschoppston family by marriage. English, Latin, and French. Paper.|
|Warw.||A. 4502. Demise by Sir William Catesbie of Lapworth, knight, to Sir John Spencer of Oldthrop, knight, for forty years, of a capital messuage &c. in Wormelayton, which had been granted to the said Catesbie by John Spencer son and heir of the said Sir John, and by Mary, John's wife, for forty-one years. 7 March, 18 Elizabeth. One signature. English. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4503. Grant by Robert de Hampton, dyer (tynctor), of Coventre, to Geoffrey de Hulle, tanner (tannatori), of Coventre, of a rent from a messuage and plot of land in a lane called 'Wymundeslane' in Coventre. Tuesday after St. Valentine the martyr, 14 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Warw ?]||A. 4504. Release by Thomas le Taylour of Weston, to Robert Bybury of Chiriton, of all his right in all his lands and tenements &c. in Weston. Monday, the morrow of Michaelmas, 16 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4505. Conveyance by Philip de Aylesbury and Agnes his wife, to Ellen, late the wife of William le Roo of Lappeworth, and Joan her daughter, for their lives, of two fields in Lappeworth, called 'Wylkynslond' and 'Wattelond.' Sunday after St. Katherine the virgin, 13 Richard II. Fragment of seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4506. Appointment by John Beauchamp, knight, John Throkmarton, John Norys, John Vampage, and Thomas Huggeford, farmers of the castles and manors &c. in the king's hands by the death of Sir Richard de Beauchamp, late earl of Warwick, and the minority of Sir Henry, his son and heir, now earl of Warwick, of John Vorde to be porter of Warwick Castle; also further grant to the said John Vorde, to be gardener of 'le Vynezard.' Michaelmas, 20 Henry VI. Copies of two deeds on one skin, injured.|
|[Warw ?]||A. 4507. Grant by Waleran, earl of Warewich, to Herbert son of Dolfin, of all the land in Werdeswrth which Dolfin held from the grantor. Witnesses:—Thomas de Arden, Roger Murdac, Nigel de Mundewill, William Picot, steward, and others (named). [A.D. 1185–1204.]|
|[Warw.]||A. 4508. Demise by Richard Ryvell of Coventre, gentleman, and Joan, daughter and heiress of the said Richard and Margery his late wife, to William Noote of Warrewyk, and Margaret his wife, for sixty years, of a tenement and garden in Warrewyk, in the street of St. Nicholas the bishop, at the end of the bridge, extending to the water called 'Avone.' 20 August, 6 Henry VI. Two seals.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4509. Grant by Adam Othen of Wydenhay, to Sir Peter de Monteforti, knight, and John his son, of a yearly rent from a messuage and plot of land in Wydenhay. Monkispath, Wednesday after St. Vincent the martyr, 15 Edward III. Seal.|
|N'hamp. Leic. Warw.||A. 4510. Letter of attorney by Henry Owen of Watton, co. Surrey, esquire, authorising William Chibnall to enter upon all the manors and lands &c. which lately belonged to David Owen, knight, in the counties named, and which have descended to the said Henry, as grandson and heir of the said David. 10 June, 23 Elizabeth. Names of witnesses. Seal.|
|Warw.||A. 4511. Grant by John Brome of Lappeworth, to Rose Mounford, John Barowe alias Smethyer of Coventre, John Scly and Richard Parsouns, of the same, of all his lands and tenements in Lappeworth, Henleye, and Stodleye, and of all his goods and chattels. Monday (Wednesday ?), Christmas-day, 22 Richard II. Seal, broken.|
|N'hamp. Warw.||A. 4512. Acquittance by Christian Golde, late the wife of John Golde, gentleman, of Welton, co. Northampton, widow, to Richard Catisby, of Lapworth, esquire, for 4 marks 3s. 4d. in full payment of her dower. 9 November, 27 Henry VIII. English. Fragment of seal.|
|Warw.||A. 4513. Release by William Parsouns, son and heir of Richard Parsouns, late of Lappworth, deceased, to Thomas Billyng the elder, John Catesby, serjeant-at-law, Thomas Throgmorton, Nicholas Catesby, and Edmund Newenham, of all his right in the lands and tenements &c. in Lappworth which formerly belonged to John Brome of Lappworth. 4 February, 4 Edward IV. Seal, broken.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4514. Demise by John Bukmor, Agnes his wife and Roger Aylesbury, to Henry Broun of Lappeworth, Emma his wife and John their son, for their lives, of two tenements in Lappeworth, one called 'Roolande,' and the other called 'Lanelande,' the latter of which the grantees are to rebuild within a year at their own expence &c. Feast of the Purification, 11 Henry IV. Three seals.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4515. Grant by Paul de Brome, to master Richard de Wyke [rector] of Lappeworth church, and Sir Robert Fullewode, vicar of Toneworth church, of a messuage and all the grantor's lands and tenements &c. in Lappeworth (viz. the premises described in A. 4481). Friday after the translation of St. Edward the king, 17 Edward [III]. Injured.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4516. Demise by John de Bysschopesdone, knight, to Walter Veisi and Matilda his wife, for their lives, of four crofts of land in Lappeworthe. Sunday after Midsummer day, 15 Edward II. Seal.|
A. 4517. Grant by Ralph son of Reginald de Bassecote, to William
de Shulton and Ellen his wife, of one quartrona of land in Upper
Schukkebergh, and 12d. yearly rent from the said land. Witnesses:—John
de Schuckeberg', Robert Wybert, John Chatere and others (named).
Grant by William Chatere of Lower Schuckeber', to Ralph son of Reginald de Basscote, of 12d. yearly rent from land in Upper Schuckeber', Witness:—John de Schucber'.
Grant by Stephen the miller (molendinarius) of Schuckeborwe, to William de Schulton and Ellen his wife, of a rood of meadow in Schuckeborwe upon 'le Fallyndedoune.' Witnesses:—William Sale of Schuckeborwe, Martin de Lalleford of the same, and others (named).
Copies of three deeds on one sheet of paper.
|[Warw.]||A. 4518. Release by Roger Purefey of Coventre, to Walter Ouyli of Coventre, of all the lands and tenements &c. in Lapworth, which Walter formerly had of Roger's demise, with all Roger's right in the same. Coventry, Sunday after the Invention of Holy Cross, 10 Edward III. Fragment of seal.|
A. 4519. Release by John Pycot of Abyndon, co. Cambridge,
merchant, William Estfeld, Henry Frowyk, William Melreth, mercer, and
Robert Bamburgh, clothier, citizens of London, to Thomas Knovylle, citizen
of London, of all their right in all the tenements and shops &c. in Cattestrcte, in the parish of St. Laurence, Old Jewry, or elsewhere in London,
which the said Knovylle lately had by purchase from William Ketilby,
chaplain, executor of the will of John Bulstrode, late citizen and goldsmith
of London, executor of the will of William Fraunceys, late citizen and
goldsmith, of the same. 30 October, 11 Henry VI. Five seals.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment in the hustings of London on Monday after St. Luke the evangelist, 12 Henry VI.
|[Warw.]||A. 4520. Demise by lady Rose Mountford, to John . . . . . of La[pworth ?] and Margaret [his wife ?], of a toft with a close of land and meadow adjoining in Lapworth. Fragment.|
|[Warw ?]||A. 4521. Grant by Amice daughter of Philip Simund, to Robert le Cupere, of a messuage in Anesti. Witnesses:—Alan de Vabadun, Thomas Dogat, Nicholas Crowe, and others (named).|
|[Worc.]||A. 4522. Grant by Thomas de Evesham, to Hugh de Kyecoseye, lord of Goldicot, of a messuage and land in Goldicot. Friday before Whitsunday, 19 Edward II. Seal.|
A. 4523. Letter of attorney by Thomas son of Alexander le
Scherman of Coventre, authorising Sir Richard de Baddeby, chaplain,
to deliver to William de Catesby or Joan his wife, full seisin of a messuage
in 'le Hulle Strete.' Coventre, Sunday after St. Andrew, 18 Edward III.
Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: 'Coventre, hulle strete.'
|[Warw.]||A. 4524. Demise by John Bukinor and Agnes his wife, one of the daughters and heiresses of Hugh Braundeston, to her sister the lady Rose, late the wife of Richard de Mountfort, for her life, of a moiety of a dovecot at Lapworth: also demise by Rose to John and Agnes, for their lives, of the moiety of a field in Lapworth, and another field in the parish of Beudese[rt] called 'Bromyhul.' 9 Richard II. Much injured.|
|Warw.||A. 4525. Release by John of the Grene, of Grenneburgh, to Richard Mountfort and Rose his wife, and the right heirs of the said Rose, of all his right in all the lands &c. which the grantor had of the feoffment of Huwe de Braunstone, father of the said Rose, in Grenneburgh. Monday after the Purification, 49 Edward III. French.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4526. Grant by Richard Prat of Greneberge, to Sir Hugh de Branteston and Margaret his wife, of a messuage and land in Lappwurthe, which Emma, late the wife of William de Molendino, held from the grantor, together with the body of the said Emma and all her issue (sequela). Witnesses:—John le Archer, Geoffrey le Marchal, Walter de la Hethe, Henry Thurstan, and others (named).|
|[Warw.]||A. 4527. Demise by Hugh de Braundeston, to master Richard de Wyk, rector of Lappeworth church, for his life, and two years after, of all the field called 'Hokelowe,' except two parcels of land in Lappeworth. Sunday before the Purification, 19 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4528. Conveyance by John Brome of Lapworthe, to Thomas Parsones of the same, Agnes his wife, and Thomas their son, of a messuage called 'Est Stikemones place' in Lapworthe. Sunday after St. Katharine the virgin and martyr, 50 Edward III.|
|Notts. Leic. Norf. Linc. Bucks. N'hamp. Staff. Warw. Rutl.||A. 4529. Grant by Ralph Basset, lord of Drayton, to Richard de Birmyngham, Sirs Thomas Hervy and John de Leyre, clerks, and John Parkere, of Olneye, of the manors of Colston Basset, co. Notts; Rakedale, Donton, and Watton, with the reversion of the manor of Radeclyve on 'le Wreyk,' co. Leicester; Sheryngham, co. Norfolk; Bretwelle, co. Lincoln; Wardyngton and Clyfton, with the reversion of the manor of Newenton Blossevyle, and with the advowson of Newenton church, co. Bucks; Molton, co. Northampton; Pakyngton and all the grantor's tenements in Tameworth, and a water-mill called 'Wykfordemylne,' with the reversion of all his tenements called 'Paynelleslond' in Walsale and of those in Wilmoncote, cos. Stafford and Warwick; with the reversion of the manor of Exton, co. Rutland. Thursday, the morrow of the Assumption, 49 Edward III. Fragment of seal of arms.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4530. Grant by Thomas Audeley and Elizabeth his wife, daughter and heiress of John Brome of Lapworth, to Robert Waturton, Robert Babthorp, Nicholas Merbury, and Thomas Archer, esquires, Geoffrey Ive and John Ive, of all their lands and tenements &c. in Lapworth, which they inherited after the death of the said John Brome. 10 December, 11 Henry IV. Two seals, one broken.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4531. Grant in tail by John son of Paul de Brome of Lapworth, to Roger atte Grene of the same, of all the lands and tenements formerly belonging to Simon le Soutere, in Lapworth. Sunday, Nativity of the Virgin, 33 Edward III.|
A. 4532. Grant by John son of John Malesons of Lubbeho, to
William son of Matthias, of land in Lubbeho lying on Caldecotehil.
Witnesses:—Adam le Seinteler of Lubbeho, Robert de Clipston, in the
same, Richard le Spenser of the same, and others (named). Fragment of
|[Warw.]||A. 4533. Grant by Geoffrey le Westun of Wauunswotton, to John Jory of the same, of land in Wauunswotton, part lying on a tillage at Crokedecrois extending to the high road to Henll', and part on a tillage called 'Tueynhulles,' extending to the high road to Stretford. Vigil of St. Peter, 22 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4534. Grant by Philip de Ayllesbury and Anneys his wife, to Roger Attegrene, Edith his wife, and John their son, for their lives of a field called 'Le overepeteresfeld,' with land in . . . . defeld called 'Rannylleslond,' adjoining 'le Coppegrene.' Lapworth, Friday after St. Gregory, 39 Edward III. French. Seal of arms, broken.|
|Warw. N'hamp.||A. 4535. Grant by William Catesby, knight, son and heir of John Catesby, esquire, and of Margaret, John's wife, to Robert Catesby, the elder, esquire, and John Wattson, clerk, of a moiety of the manor of Lappworth and of all his lands &c. in Lappworth, Henley, Wotton, Beldesert, and Wellesburne, co. Warwick, and in Brawnston and Falkelef, co. Northampton. Feast of SS. Simon and Jude, 36 Henry VI.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4536. Release by William de Charyndon, to Sir John de Bisshopesdon, knight, Beatrice his wife, in tail male, and to Roger de Bisshopesdon, in tail, and to Christian, Roger's sister, in tail, of all his right in the manor of Bisshopesdon and Thornedon, and in certain messuages and lands with 65s. rent in Shoterich, Drayton, Clopton, Overetynton and Stretford-on-Aven; certain messuages, lands, rents and a corrody from the manor of Thornedon, excepted. Lodyngton, Monday after St. Ambrose, 11 Edward III.|
|Warw.||A. 4537. Grant by John Steward, parson of Rodborne church, John Hancokes, chaplain, and William Overton, to John Russell, vicar of Welton church, and Thomas Mullewarde, of Greneburgh, of the manor of Greneburgh, and of that moiety of the manor of Lappeworth, which formerly belonged to John Bukemore of Coventre. Friday after St. Matthew, 3 Henry VI. Three seals.|
|[Warw.]||4538. Grant in free socage by William de Harecurt, son of Robert de Harecurt, to Master Henry de Branteston, of that part of the grantor's court and chief mansion, which contains his old grange viz. as far as the old oak before the door of the grange &c. with free ingress and egress for horses and carts through the great gate; also grant of the homages and services of various tenants named, with rents of money, barbed arrows, ginger &c. in Lapwrth, and further grant of various bondmen, named, in the same town, with their issue &c. Witnesses:—Richard de Fullwod, Walter de Cherlecote, Geoffrey le Mareschal, and others (named).|
|[Warw.]||A. 4539. Agreement between Sir John de Bischopesdon, knight, and Walter, called 'Mareschal,' lord of Clopton, as to common of pasture in Clopton by Stretford on Avon viz. the said Walter grants to the said Sir John and his men of Bischopesdon, common of pasture such as the cattle of Walter and his men of Clopton had in fallow time, viz. from the tillage called 'Dyddesley' to Longehavedlond, thence to 'le depedich,' thence by Grenewey to the road from Pacchelowe towards Stretford, thence to the road from Warrewyk, towards Drayton and Evesham, saving to Walter the pasture of all the roads adjoining the said bounds: also release by the said Sir John of all right in the residue of the pasture, beyond the said bounds; the said Walter not to have common of pasture in the territory of Bischopesdone. Sunday after St. Clement, 33 Edward [I].|
|[Warw.]||A. 4540. Grant by Ivo Pippard, parson of Lapwrth, to master Henry de Braunteston, of all his part, and all the pasture which he has, in the greater park of Lapwrth; viz. in the meadow called 'Havenesham' and a yearly rent from land called 'Snelleslond.' Witnesses:—Richard de Wroxhull, Walter de Wynterton, John le Archer, Richard de Fulwode, and others (named). [Henry III].|
|[Warw.]||A. 4541. Litters patent by Henry de Braunteston, to his tenants of Lapworth, requiring them to attorn to Sir John de Bissliopisdon, to whom ho has granted the manor of Lapworth. Bispwode, Sunday the feast of St. Andrew the apostle, 14 Edward II. Seal of arms.|
|[Worc.]||A. 4542. Demise by Hugh son of Walter de Cokeseye, to lady Elizabeth, relict of Walter de Cokeseye, for four years, of the manor of Goldecote. Feast of St. Denis, 1 Edward II.|
|Warw.||A. 4543. Instrument by Thomas de Ralegh, escheator of the county, notifying that he has received the king's writ (recited) commanding him to deliver to John de Catesby the wardship of the manor of Bernangre, in the king's hands by reason of the conviction of John de Beauchamp, of Holt. Wednesday, the feast of St. Matthias the apostle, 12 Richard II. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4544. Grant by William de Harecur, late lord of Lappewored, to William de Bissoppesdon, son and heir of the late Sir Thomas de Bissoppesdon, the grantor's kinsman, of lands at Lappewrd with the advowson of the church there, and a yearly rent of two marks at Thorneton, for the service of a barbed arrow yearly, on Whitsunday. Witnesses:—Sirs Bardulph de Cestreton, and Thomas de Caunvile, knights, Peter de Wolwardinton, and others (named). Seal of arms.|
|Warw.||A. 4545. Letter of attorney by John Catesby, esquire, authorising Richard Denys to deliver to Nicholas Metteley, John Cotys, Robert Catesby, John Wattson, rector of Rodburn church, William Pagyngton and William Overton, full seisin of the manor of Grenneburgh, of a moiety of the manor of Lappworth and of all his lands &c. in Henley and Beldesert. 5 March, 15 Henry VI. Seal of arms.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4546. Grant by John de Bisshopesdone, knight, to Sir Thomas de Gudlesdone, parson of Mortoue church, Sir Robert de Brewes, chaplain, and William de Charindone, of the manor of Bisshopesdone and all his lands, tenements, bondmen &c. in Shotriche, Draytone, Stretforde on Avene, and Cloptone. Thorndon, Tuesday before St. Valentine, 11 Edward III.|
|Warw.||A. 4547. Grant by William Pagyngton of Assheby Leger, co. Northampton, William Boteler of the same, and Richard Harowdon of the same, to John Marvyn of Watford, co. Northampton, chaplain, Geoffrey Bekurton of Bekurton, co. Chester, and Richard Wryght of Assheby Leger aforesaid, of that moiety of the manor of Lappeworth which lately belonged to John Buckemore of Coveutre. Thursday, the vigil of St. Laurence, 3 Henry VI. Two seals.|
|[Worc.]||A. 4548. Grant by John Abovetoun of Goldekote, to Warin Gyffard of the same, of land in Goldekote, part upon 'le poese lond,' part in Knavene Slade by land of the abbot of Pershore, part on 'le Coumbes hulle' and part on 'le Banlond.' Wednesday before the Purification, 19 Edward II.|
|[Worc.]||A. 4549. Release by William son of Walter de Goldycot, to Warin Giffard of Goldicot and Isabella his wife, of all his right in land in Goldycot, part in 'le puttes,' and part called 'Threferthendeles' lying in a tillage near 'le Longecumbe.' Second Sunday in Lent, 5 Edward II. Seal.|
|[Worc.]||A. 4550. Grant by Walter Wodorono of Goldicot, to William son of Richard de Corstone, for his life, of all the grantor's land in Goldieole, rendering yearly to John de Henle, lord of that tenement, the services due. Witnesses:—William de Croupes of Aldermeston, Robert Tandy of the same, John the clerk of Upthorp, and others (named).|
|[Worc.]||A. 4551. Release by Adam son of Thomas Roggere, to Hugh de Cokeseye, lord of Goldycote, of all his right in a messuage and land in Goldycote, and in a yearly rent from a tenement called 'Westeeroft.' Monday after the translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 3 Edward III.|
|[Worc.]||A. 4552. Grant by Walter Woderove of Goldicote, to Isabella, daughter of Peter le King of Goldicote, of land in Goldicote, part at Bernewelle, part on Berehulle, part on 'Le Helde,' part on Heyhulle, part at Horeputte, part against Hedon, part at 'Peselonde,' and part between 'le Rugweye' and 'le stret.' Witnesses:—William de Croupes of Aldermoston, Sir Philip, vicar of Aldermoston, Robert Tandy of the same, and others (named).|
|[Worc.]||A. 4553. Release by John le French of Goldicote, to Hugh de Cokeseie and Denise his wife, of all his right in all the lands &c. which Hugh has of the gift of John, in Aldermostone and Upthrop. Wednesday after the Purification, 17 Edward III.|
|[Kent.]||A. 4554. Letter of attorney by John Prophet, clerk, authorising John Grauntebrigg, his proctor, to take possession of the church of Orpinton. London, 18 October, A.D. 1390. Fragment of seal of official of the Court of Canterbury.|
|Warw.||A. 4555. Demise by dame Mary Guldeforde, widow, late the wife of Sir Henry Guldeforde, knight, to Sir George Throkmorton, knight, and Kenelme, his son, for sixty years, of the manor of Hampton in Ardren, and all her lands and tenements &c. in Hampton aforesaid, Bekenhull, Elmedon, Badesley and Clynton, except the advowson of the church belonging to the said manor &c. 10 February, 25 Henry VIII. English. Copy on paper.|
A. 4556. Grant by Henry called 'Aleyn,' to Sir Hugh de Brantesdon,
knight, and Margaret his wife, of a plot of land [in Henley ?], lying between
two high roads leading respectively from Henleg' to Bermigham, and from
Henleg' to the house formerly belonging to Alan de Brokesawe. Witnesses:—Richard de Folewode, John Wodard, Robert de Brome, and
|[Warw.]||A. 4557. Letter of attorney by John Brome of Lapworth, authorising Simon Felt on of Henley, to deliver to lady Rose Mountfort, lady of Godebargh, John de Aston, chaplain of the chantry of Lappeworth, and John Grene of the same, full seisin of lands in Henley in Arden, Beaudesert, Ullenhale and Stodeleye. Thursday after the conversion of St. Paul, 9 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4558. Grant by the same, to the same, of all his lands &c. in the above mentioned places. Lappeworth, Thursday after the conversion of St. Paul, 9 Henry IV. Seal, broken.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4559. Demise by lady Margaret Catesby and William Catesby, esquire, to Thomas Hunderder of Henley, 'Barkere,' for twenty years, of a tenement in Henley, adjoining the little park of the lord of Sudley, with a croft in Bottley. Michaelmas, 29 Henry VI.|
A. 4560. Demise by Roger Murdak of Hochecote, with the consent
of Alice his wife, to William their son and heir, of all their lands and
tenements in Hochecote, the said William, among other services, to give the
said Alice a suitable garment at Christmas. Monday after SS. Peter and
Paul, 22 Edward [I].
|[Warw.]||A. 4561. Demise by Margaret, late the wife of John Catesby, and by William Catesby, their son and heir, to William Margery, of Henley in Ardern, Agnes his wife, and Agnes their daughter, for their lives, of a messuage and garden in Henley aforesaid. 1 March, 25 Henry VI. Two seals.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4562. Grant by Richard de Mountfort and Rose his wife, to Thomas Parsones, for his life, of two messuages with crofts called respectively 'Anoten' and 'Motehole,' [in Lapworth ?], with remainders to Richard and Thomas, sons of the said Thomas Parsones, for their lives, and to the grantors, and the right heirs of the said Rose for ever. Lappeworth, Sunday after St. John the Baptist, 47 Edward III. French. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4563. Grant by Richard de Montefort, to Simon Felton of Henleye, and Alice his wife, of a messuage and curtilage extending from the street of Henley to the rivulet running from the mill called 'le parkmulle,' and land in Wotton called 'Bottefordebottes.' Wednesday, Michaelmas-day, 46 Edward III. Seal, broken.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4564. Grant by Thomas Yelshawe, clerk, to Richard Verney, esquire, lady Elizabeth Lucy, his wife, and Roger Baker, of a stall (seldam) and a void plot of land in Henley, in 'le Shopprowe,' for the use of the said Richard and lady Elizabeth his wife, and the latter's heirs, for ever. 20 September, 23 Henry VIII.|
|Warw.||A. 4565. Grant by John de Peyto, knight, lord of Chesterton, to John Catesby, of all the lands &c. in Hodenhull and Ascote, which he inherited after the death of William de Peyto, his father. Friday before Michaelmas, 11 Richard II.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4566. Demise by William Catesby, knight, to Adam Carpenter, of Henley in Ardern, for forty-one years, of a tenement in the same. 20 March, 36 Henry VI.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4567. Demise by lady Margaret Catesby, late the wife of John Catesby, and by William their son and heir, to William Shue of Henley in Ardern, for forty years, of a tenement in the same, extending from the street of Henley to the moor within the little park of the lord. Tuesday after St. Luke the evangelist, 23 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4568. Grant by Thomas Pulton and William Deyster, of Henley in Arden, to John Wodelowe of Wodelowe by Warrewyk, and John Ive of Henley aforesaid, of lands in Henley in Ardern, Stodeley &c. Tuesday after St. Barnabas the apostle, 6 Henry V. Injured. Seal and fragment of seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4569. Demise by lady Margaret Catesby, late the wife of John Catesby, esquire, and by William Catesby, knight, their son and heir, to Thomas Boby of Henley in Ardern, for sixty years, of a tenement and garden in Henley aforesaid, with land, part lying in Ulnehale, part in Henley abutting 'into' Fulsyche and Smalbrok, other part in Ulnchale adjoining the high road to Stretford. Thursday before St. Luke the evangelist, 33 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4570. Defeasance of a demise by John Brome of Warrewyk, tbe younger, to John Catesby, esquire, of all his estate in a tenement in Henley in Arden; witnessing that the said demise shall be void unless Catesby can agree with the said Brome as to the sum to be paid to him, or to Agnes Felton, for the said tenement, by Michaelmas next. Tuesday after St. Tiburcius, 5 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4571. Demise by lady Margaret Catesby, late the wife of John Catesby, esquire, and by William Catesby, knight, their son and heir, to Thomas Glovere of Ippesley, for fifty-six years, of a tenement with garden and land in Henley in Ardern, part of the land adjoining the road to Stretford, and part in Whitley extending to the road to Warwick. Thursday before St. Luke the evangelist, 33 Henry VI. Seal.|
A. 4572. Release by Ranulph Folechanke, to Sir Richard de Lymesey
and Lady Agatha, his wife, of all his right in the lands &c. in Henle, which
he had of the demise of Sir Peter de Montefort and others. Witnesses:—
Robert de Hasting', Nicholas de Lodingeshel, Hugh de Brauntiston, knight,
and others (named).
Grant by Nicholas le Webbe, of Hemileye, to Sir Richard de Lymesey and Agatha his wife, of part of his land in Wyteleye, which he held from Sir Peter Montifort, extending by the high road to Deddescrofte, which tillage is called 'Wallingk,' and between Sir Richard's meadow called 'Sparkmedwe' and the said high road from Lericheshulle to Hemiley. Witnesses:—Sir John Dod, rector of Henley church, and others (named). Sunday after St. Martin, 11 Edward [I].
Grant by Walter called 'Worigos' of Belteserd, to Peter son of Sir Richard de Limesy, of land in Henley, at 'la Lee,' in a field called 'Oldefeld,' extending towards Crokeefeld. Friday, vigil of the Invention of the Holy Cross, 15 Edward I. Copies on one skin.
|Warw.||A. 4573. Release by William Babyngton, John Weston, Richard Knyghtley, Robert Catesby, Thomas Baron of Rokeby, and John Nyghtyngale of Daventre, to John Steward, parson of Rodborne church, John Hancokes, chaplain, and William Overton, of all their right in a moiety of the manor of Lappeworth, and in the reversion of the manor of Greneburgh. 10 August, 2 Henry VI. Five seals.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4574. Surrender by John Baillif of Southam, and William de Lyghtherne, chaplain, to Hugh de Prestwode and Agnes his wife, of the manor of Rodbourne, which William had of the demise of John Robyns, chaplain, who had it of the demise of the said Hugh and Agnes. Wednesday after St. Bartholomew the apostle, 43 Edward III. Two seals.|
|Warw.||A. 4575. Sale by John Hathwyke, to William Catesby, for 200l. of the manor of Oxsshile, and the advowson of the church there. 4 January, 21 Edward IV. English. Seal.|
A. 4576. Release by John de Lodbrok, knight, to William de Catesby,
and Nicholas le Wodeward, of lchinton, of all his right in the manor of
Lodbrok. Toneworthe, Friday after SS. Peter and Paul, 23 Edward III.
Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment before William Thirnyng and Robert Tyrwhyt, justices of assize, at Warrewyk, on Friday the feast of St. Peter in Cathedra, 21 Richard II.
|[Warw.]||A. 4577. Grant by the master and brethren of the hospital of St. John, Warwick, of the services of two priests to pray for the souls of Sir John de Bisshopesdon, knight, and Beatrice his wife &c. in consideration of the grant to them, by the said Sir John, of the advowson of a moiety of the church of Morton Merehul, with its glebe, and other benefactions, Monday the feast of St. John ante Portam Latinam, A.D. 1336.|
|Warw.||A. 4578. Letter of attorney by Robert Lye, authorising John Ray of Coventre, and Robert de Knyghtleye, to deliver to John de Catesby seisin of the manor of Rotteley, with all other lands &c. in the same county, which Isabella, late the wife of Thomas de Stathom, held for her life, and those which she held in dower after the death of John de Stafford, her former husband. Lichefeld, Thursday before the Epiphany, 48 Edward III. French. Seal of arms.|
|[Warw.]||A. 4579. Letter of attorney by John de Catesby, authorising Thomas Waryng of Touneworth, and Richard Waryn of the same, to receive seisin of a croft called 'Hoggecroft,' and the advowson &c. of a chantry, both in Touneworth, with all the lands &c. in Touneworth and Aspele, which formerly belonged to Thomas Colyns, of Touneworth, and all the lands &c. belonging to the said chantry: all which lady Rose Mounford has granted to him. Tuesday before Michaelmas, 9 Henry V.|
A. 4580. Will of Paulina de Lodbrok, devising 20s. for a pittance
(pitanciam) to the nuns of Wroxale, and to the parish chaplain of the same
place, one 'trental' (tricenale) &c. Wednesday, the morrow of St. Katharine
the virgin, 33 Edward [I].
Endorsed: Memorandum that the said will was proved before Thomas, dean, and sub-sequestrator of the deanery of Stonle, and administration granted, on Saturday, the feast of St. Lucy the virgin, A.D. 1309.
A. 4581. Demise by William Catesby, esquire, to Thomas Truman,
for [forty]one years, of the manor of [O]xshulfe. Michaelmas, 21 Edward IV. Injured.
|Warw.||A. 4582. Conveyance by Richard Catesby, esquire, son and heir of George Catesby, esquire, deceased, to William Spenser, knight, John Grevill, Thomas Spenser, Walter Smyth, and William Lucy, esquires, and Thomas Palmar, clerk, to the use of the grantor, of all his messuages and lands &c. in Stretton upon Fosse, with the advowson of the parish church of Stretton aforesaid; also letter of attorney authorising Thomas Graunte and John Croke to deliver seisin. 28 June, 21 Henry VIII.|
A. 4583. Will of Lettice wife of John de Lodbrok, devising, among
other bequests, ½ a mark to the fabric of Lichesfeld church, a 'trental'
(tricentale) to each of the parish chaplains of Thanenurth and Lodbrok, to
Edmund, her son, her supertunic with a mantle of 'pers,' &c. Thursday
after St. Hilary, A.D. 1308.
Endorsed: Memorandum that the said will was proved before J. Pupard, sequestrator general of the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, and administration granted, 7th Ides (7) of February, A.D. 1308. Also that on the 15th kalends of March (15 Feb.) in the same year, at Leicester, the officials of the archdeacon of Leicester, have committed the administration of the deceased's goods to two of her executors &c. also that the said will was proved in St. Mary's church, Warwick, on the 4th kalends of March (27 Feb.) A.D. 1308, before John de Bradewas, clerk, sequestrator-general of the bishop of Worcester, and administration committed to four of the executors.
|Warw.||A. 4584. Letter of attorney by William Catesby, knight, son and heir of John Catesby, esquire, and Margaret his wife, authorising Edmund Newnhara, to deliver to Robert Catesby, the elder, esquire, and John Wattson, clerk, full seisin of a moiety of the manor of Lappwortb, with all the lands &c. which William has in Lappwortb, Henley, Wotton, Beldesert, and Wellesburn, by inheritance from his mother, and of all William's lands in Brawnston and Falkelyf. Feast of SS. Simon and Jude, 36 Henry VI.|
|[Essex.]||A. 4585. Grant by Richard le Pikere of Subr', to John son of Richard de Subr', of land in Middeltun, in the tillage called 'Netherecleyland.' Witnesses:—Sir Ralph de Glanvil, John, vicar of Middeltun church, William de Liketun, William Cokelin, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.|
|Surrey.||A. 4586. Grant, in tail, by John de Thereburg, to Sir Philip Basset and Lady Ela, his wife, countess of Warwick, of all his land and tenement in Leddrede, with remainder in default of issue to Sir Philip's next heirs. Witnesses:—Sirs John Lovel, Robert de Pinkeny, William de Kaln', Thomas de Ardern, and Richard de Rully, knights, and others (named).|
|[Dorset.]||A. 4587. Release by William son and heir of Nicholas Chapel, of Wynterborne Hugheton, to Sir Hugh le Despenser, his lord, of all the tenement in Wynterborne Hugheton, with dower &c. and pasture for sheep and other animals, which he holds from Sir Hugh. Thursday after St. James the apostle, 33 Edward [I].|
|[Wilts. ?]||A. 4588. Release by William de la Wyffaude, to John le Despenser (dispensario), his lord, of all his right in all the water and fishery adjoining William's meadow of 'la More.' Witnesses:—Sirs Thomas le Blund and William de Say, Adam de Sancto Maneveno, and others (named).|
|Wilts.||A. 4589. Grant by Stephen de Chenduth, knight, son of Ralph de Chenduth, to Hugh son of Otho the knight (militis), of a yearly rent of a pair of gilt spurs which Michael de Helewheton paid for a tenement in Wedeborewe, with the homage and service of the said Michael. Witnesses:— Robert Tipetot, Patrick de Cadrucis, Bartholomew de Briansono, Adam de Nortoft, John de Cheignee, Adam Aignel, knights, and others (named).|
|Wilts.||A. 4590. Grant by Hugh de Verely, son of Hugh de Verely, to Sir Philip Basset, of the homage and service which John de Mereden owed to the grantor for a tenement in Mereden. Witnesses:—Sirs William de Insula, Hubert de Culy, Richard de Culy, Robert le Chaumberleng, Andrew Wak, William son of Walter, John Skelling, knights, and others (named). Seal of arms, broken.|
|[Essex.]||A. 4591. Grant by Hamon Pecche, to Richard de Bellocampo of Twinstede, of all the lands of Robert son of Alfwin, and Richard son of Lunechild, with their services &c. in Midelt[on]. Witnesses:—Hugh de Cantup', Richard, parson of Lamers, Alan de la Hide, Richard de Chipeham, and others (named). Seal.|
A. 4592. Grant by Hugh le Despenser (dispensar'), to John de Vaus,
his servant, for life, of a messuage and laud in Wutton, with a croft there.
Witnesses:—Richard de Daunteseie, Laurence de Stodleye, Thomas Tyeys,
and others (named).
|[Hants.]||A. 4593. Release by John the forester (forestar'), son of Peter the forester (forestar'), of Werewell, to Roger his brother, of all his right in all the lands &c. which his father had in Werewell, and in lauds &c. in Baze, and in Bazewyke and Walecote, and elsewhere, where any right might come to him from his parents. Witnesses:—Alan de Sutton, Edmund de Cormailles, Ralph de Godewurth and others (named).|
|[Wilts.]||A. 4594. Release by John Pipard, son of Richard Pipard, to Gilbert Basset, of the homage &c. of William Pipard, for three parts of a knight's fee in Swyndon. Witnesses:—Sirs John Luvel, Reginald de Calna, Robert de la Mara, Richard Pipard, and others (named).|
|[Kent.]||A. 4595. Obligation by Robert Cryps and Margery his wife, in 100s. to Sir Fouke Payforer, binding themselves to warrant to him certain land which they have granted to him in Lenham, in a place called 'Davyesland.' Foukham, Friday before St. Nicholas, 10 Edward II. French. Fragments of two seals.|
|[Wilts.]||A. 4596. Release by John de Bampton, son and heir of Robert de Bampton, to Walter de la Hoke and Christina his wife, of all his right in land in Lidiherd Tregoz. Witnesses:—Thomas le Tieys, Angketill de Castro, Thomas Mileward, and others (named). Seal.|
|[Somers.]||A. 4597. Grant by Walter Moraunt, to Roger Moraunt, his brother, of all his tenement in Lydiard St. Laurence, of the fee of Tanton. Witnesses: —William de Bromham, Adam de Nythercote, Richard Portbyry, and others (named).|
|Wilts.||A. 4598. Grant, in frank almoin, by Margaret de Redveriis, widow, to the canons of Brumore, for the health of her soul and that of earl Baldewyn, her son, and Baldewyn, her late husband, of a yearly rent from her tenement in Merston, in the liberty of Sevehampton; the said canons to find support for thirteen poor persons, on the anniversaries of the grantor, her son, and her late husband. Witnesses:—Sirs Thomas de Breaute, Richard de la Mora, John de Kernet, Gilbert de Columbar, knights, and others (named). [Henry III.]|
|[Essex.]||A. 4599. Release by . . . . late the wife of Hugh son of Richard de Middelton, to Sir Philip Basset, of [all her right in land] in Middelton, of the fee of the said Sir Philip, with which she was dowered after her said husband's death. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph de Wascul, knight, Gilbert de le Hel, Gilbert de Middelton, and others (named). Fragment.|
A. 4600. Grant by Richard son of Stephen de la Wich, with the
consent of Margery his wife, to Philip his brother, of a cotsetle of land
which he held from William Halfknight (dimidio milite), and four acres
of land at Wich, of the fee which he held from Alan Basset. Witnesses:—
Reginald de Calna, Bartholomew, parson of Cumton, Alexander de Stodleia,
Arnald de Berewike, and others (named).
Endorsed: 'La Wiz.'