A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 4. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1902.
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A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 4. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1902.
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|[Linc.]||A. 7601. Bond by Adam de Belfago of Lincoln to warrant certain land in Wikeford (Wikefordia) near the church yard of St. Andrew to Walter Brand for 12d. rent paid him by the said Walter. Witnesses:— Sir William son of Giles, mayor of Lincoln, and others (named).|
|N'hamp.||A. 7602. Grant by Robert Maulore of Welleton, knight, to John his younger son, in tail, with reversion in default to himself and his heirs, of the land he had from Simon son of Segwyn Maulore together with a messuage and croft adjoining, in Welleton, and together with all the meadow belonging to the said land, except 8a. he had exchanged with Sir Simon de Trop and Sir Ralph his son and with Robert de Duston and Robert le Heyr of Welleton, in place whereof he had given his said son other 8a., viz. part in 'Le Hemewong,' part at Colemaneslak, part on Crokeho, and part on Michelewellehul, with further grant of pasture for four oxen and two plough-beasts (affrorum) in Thruspittemor and Grenesiche, and pasture for six cows, in 'Le Grene,' along with his own, at the rent of a clove gillyflower for all service, save 12d. yearly to the heirs of Stapeltone. Witnesses:—Sirs Eustace de Watford, Robert son of Walter de Daventre, and others (named), knights. Portion of seal (a lion rampant).|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7603. Release by Richard Golafre of Watford, to Richard Martyn of Weleton, and Thomas his son, of all his right in 4½a. land, and in a plot of meadow called 'Akeresende,' in Weleton fields, late Richard Vincent's. Daventre, Wednesday after St. Luke, 9 Edward II.|
|[Kent.]||A. 7604. Indenture of demise by Juliana de Hastynges, countess of Huntyngdon, and lady de Leyburne, to Peter de Alemeyne, her groom (garcioni), for his life, of a messuage with buildings, &c. in Eshetteforde. Preston, 6 February, 34 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7605. Indenture of demise by Hugh de Braundeston, to John Martyn of Gorscote, Agnes his wife, and Emma their daughter, for their lives, of a tenement in Lappeworth, with a house built thereon, &c. adjoining land called 'Plounton fourlong; paying 8s. yearly, and a heriot at John's death, and doing suit of court every three weeks. Monday before the Conception, 25 Edward III. Seal.|
A. 7606. Grant by Osbert [son of William], to the chapel of Cove,
in pure alms of one rood of land, for the soul of Henry the younger . . . .
and for the souls of his parents and children, and for the health of himself
and wife. Witnesses:—John the bishop who dedicated it, Robert the
dean of Dunwich (Dowico), William the chaplain of Stovene, and others
Endorsed: 'Carta Osb[er]ti filii Will[elm]i' &c. 'Carta prima de Cove.'
|[Leic.]||A. 7607. Release by Maud (Matilda) daughter of Robert le Mouner of Thorp, to Sir Geoffrey le Despencer (dispensario), of her right within his close and park of Beaumanor (bellomanerio). Witnesses:—Sirs Richard de Jorz and Richard de Torp, and others (named).|
|[Warw.]||A. 7608. Indenture of demise by Richard del Horewell and Joan his wife, to Alan del Brewerne of Coventre, for the life of the said Joan, of all the land she held in Wabberley in dower, viz. in 'le Wellefeld.' Wednesday the morrow of St. Mark, 11 Edward II.|
A. 7609. Appointment by John de Bisshopesdon, knight, of
Edmund son of Warin as his proctor, in the matter of the advowson of a
mediety of the church of Morton Merehull, which, with a certain glebe of
the same advowson, he had conveyed to the master and brethren of the
hospital of St. John, Warrewych; as also in the matter of the grant, made
to him by the said master and brethren, of the perpetual ecclesiastical
service of two priests, brethren of the said house; authorising the said
Edmund to appear before the bishop of Worcester, &c. in his name.
Certified under the seal of the deanery of Wych. Dated at Wych, feast of
St. Barnabas, A.D. 1336.
See Calendar Patent Rolls. Edward III. A.D. 1332. p. 328.
|[N'hamp]||A. 7610. Feoffment by William Steven of Yelvertoft and Alice his wife, to Nicholas Coveley of Swynford, of an acre of land lying on Colwong. Tuesday before the feast of Corpus Christi, 27 Henry VI. Portion of seal.|
|N'hamp.||A. 7611. Indenture being a feoffment by John Stele and John Falclyf, clerks, to John Malory of Welton, esquire, and Elizabeth his wife, for the term of their lives in survivorship of the manor of Welton, which they lately had by his gift and feoffment; with remainder to Ellen his daughter for life, with remainder to John Swynerton, esquire, in tail, with remainder in default to John Bernard and Ellen his wife, daughter of the said John Malory, in tail, with remainder in default to the said John Malory and his heirs. 1 April, 7 Henry VI. Two seals.|
|N'hamp.||A. 7612. Letter of attorney by John Malory of Welton, esquire, and Elizabeth his wife, to Roger Power of Broughton, to receive seisin from John Stele and John Falclyf, clerks, of the manor of Welton, with all lands and tenements, &c. in Welton, thereto belonging. 1 April, 7 Henry VI. Two seals.|
|N'hamp.||A. 7613. Counterpart of A. 7611. Two seals.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7614. Release by John Marcolfe, son and heir of Nicholas Marcolfe of Henley in Ardern, to Thomas Porrey of the same, of his right in two selds in Henley aforesaid, in 'le Shopperowe.' Thursday, 12 May, 18 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7615. Grant by Ranulf de Franketon of Coventre, to Hugh le Bretun, of 2d. yearly rent which the said Hugh was accustomed to render for a moiety of a barn and croft in Coventre towards the dovecot of the monks of Coventry, which moieties, together with a meadow adjoining, William de Franketon his father gave in free marriage with Alice his the said Ranulf's sister, to Bertram Bretun, Hugh's father. Witnesses:— Robert de Chilton, bailiff in Coventre, and others (named). Portion of seal.|
|[Warw]||A. 7616. Feoffment by Denise late the wife of William Marcolfe of Henley in Ardern, widow, to Thomas Porrey, of two selds there, as in A. 7614. Thursday the last day of March, 18 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7617. Feoffment by John Deyster, to John Porrey the younger of Henley in Ardern, of a shop with a chamber built over it, in Henley aforesaid which be had by the feoffment of Roger Child and others, with a vacant space (vacuum solum) adjoining. Eve of St. Bartholomew, 10 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.|
|Warw||A. 7618. Feoffment by Nicholas Marculf, son and heir of William Marculf, deceased, of Henley in Ardern, to William Barker the younger, son of John Barker, deceased, of the same, of a shop there. Sunday after Corpus Christi, 7 Henry V. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7619. Feoffment by John Porrey of Brymmycham, to Thomas Yelshawe, of a seld or shop with a vacant place of land in Henley, in 'le Shopperowe'; with letter of attorney authorising William Page and Thomas Barcar, of the same town, to deliver seisin. 5 August, 11 Henry VIII. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7620. Release by Nicholas Marcolfe, son and heir of William Marcolfe of Henley in Ardern, to Thomas Porrey of Henley, aforesaid, of his right in two selds in Henley in 'le Shopperowe.' Wednesday, 20 April, 18 Henry VI. Seal.|
|Warw.]||A. 7621. Release by John Porrey, son and heir of John Porrey of Henley in Arden, to Thomas Yelshawe of Tonworth, clerk, of his right in a seld or shop and in a vacant place of land [in Henley]. 5 August, 11 Henry VIII. Seal, injured.|
|[Suff.]||A. 7622. Grant by Henry de Grimil, to the monks of St. Michael, Romburc, in pure and perpetual alms, of all the land in Cove which Martin the priest (sacerdos) held of him; the land to wit in which the buildings of the said Martin were partly (ex parte) built; for this they gave him one mark. Witnesses:— . . . . . dean of Dunwich (Donewicho), . . . . . . William Lenveise, and others (named). Injured. Endorsed: Carta ija. de Cove.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7623. Indenture of demise by Geoffrey Coke of Thoneworthe, and William Coterell of Yardely, to Richard Abell of Thoneworthe and Elizabeth his wife, and the heirs lawfully begotten between them, of all the lands and tenements &c. which they had of the gift and feoffment of the said Richard, within the towns and lordships of Solyhull and Thoneworthe, with remainder, in default of such issue, to his right heirs. Feast of All Saints, 21 Edward IV. Seal and portion of seal.|
|[Norf.]||A. 7624. Feoffment by Thomas son of Richard de Wodenorthon, to Robert le Veutre of Brunham of a half acre and a half rood of land in Brunham Sutthon. Witnesses:—Sir Walter de Calethorp, knight, Sir Ralph de Hemenale, knight, and others (named). St. Margaret's day, 34 Edward I.|
|N'hamp.||A. 7625. Feoffment by William Catesby, knight, Richard Willoughby, esquire, Richard Gryswold of Toneworth, co. Warwick, clerk, Richard Lyne, chaplain, and Thomas Broun of Toneworth aforesaid, 'husbondman,' to John Hyde, 'gentelman,' of two messuages and two virgates of arable in Farthyngeston, co. Northampton, whereof one messuage and one virgate lately belonged to John Seyton of Maydeford and the other messuage and virgate to John Doget of Assheby Legger, chaplain, also a piece of arable on Smethenhyll in the fields of Farthyngeston and 6d. rent from . . . . in Snoscombe which Thomas Lake held; all which they jointly had . . . . in the counties of Northampton and Warwick, by the gift and feoffment of Thomas Sydenham. 8 July, 31 Henry VI. Four seals, one broken.|
|[Middx.]||A. 7626. Feoffment by Thomas le Hackere of Nesdone, of the parish of Wyllisdone, and Alice his wife, to Robert de Morton, for his homage and service and 3s. 6d. gersum of a piece of arable in Bedewelle field, rendering 1d. yearly for all service.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7627. Feoffment by Richard son of Robert Ace of Welton, to Thomas son of John son of Robert de Sadington, dwelling in Welton, of an acre of arable in the West field of Welton on Langeforlong. Sunday after St. John the Baptist, 12 Edward II.|
|N'hamp.||A. 7628. Indenture between John Hyde of Coventre, 'gentilman,' of the one part, and Herry Gaybell of Fardyngeston, Julyan his wife, and Willyam their son, of the other part; reciting that Willyam, lord Hastynges, Willyam Catesby, 'esquier,' John Eltonhede, 'squier,' Willyam Austyn of Norhampton, 'gentilman,' and Thomas Hunt of the same town, 'draper,' feoffees of the said John Hyde, had demised, 1 Oct., 15 Edward IV, to the said Herry, Julyan, and Willyam their son, for their lives, a place in Fardyngeston called 'Overcourt' with all lands &c. belonging, rendering yearly 35s. 8d. to the said feoffees for the use of the said Hyde; covenant by Hyde for himself and his heirs that they will 'ordeyne, fynde, and carie 'upon their proper costs and expenses 'almaner grete tymbre as often as behofull and necessarie shalbe,' to the said place during the said term, &c. 4 November, 15 Edward IV. English.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7629. Counterpart of feoffment by John Mauntell of Hertwell, Thomas Sale of Norhampton, and John Welles of Norhampton, 'draper,' to William Est of Wotton, of a cottage with a garden adjoining, and closes, in Wotton; rendering 12d. yearly to the said John Mauntell, and 1d. yearly, at Easter, in aid of a certain payment to the sheriff's tourn in the hundred of Wymersley. 12 June, 3 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7630. Feoffment by John de Bussheleye, son of the late Robert de Bussheleye, of Coventre, to Sir Adam Godknave of Bathekynton, chaplain in Coventre, of a messuage [in Coventre] in the street called 'Between the bridges' (inter pontes), towards the hospital of St. John, and extending to the bank of the water running towards Coventre Priory. Witnesses:—John Warde bailiff of Coventry and others (named). 15 April, 16 Edward III Seal, injured.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7631. Feoffment by Alota Wilye of Bulkyngton, to Sir Roger the chaplain son of William Werkman of the same, for life, with remainder to John his brother in fee, of a messuage with a curtilage and a half acre and one butt of arable there. Sunday before St. Peter in Cathedra, 13 Edward III.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7632. Feoffment by William son of Adam Terry of Yelvertoft, to Simon Terry of the same, of a half acre with headland (chevicio) in Yelvertoft which he had by the feoffment of Robert Mouner lying under 'Eltyngdoneweye.' Saturday after St. Gregory the pope, 15 Edward III. Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7633. Feoffment by Henry Geffrey of Yelvertoft, to Simon Terry of the same, of one acre, one rood arable and a half acre meadow there, headlands excepted. Friday the feast of St. Clement the Pope, 15 Edward III. Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7634. Release by Henry son of John Geffrey of Yelvertoft, to Simon son of Richard Terry, of his right in land there, as in A. 7633, which the said Simon and Ellen his wife formerly had, for the term of their lives, by his demise. Monday the morrow of Midsummer day, 15 Edward III. Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7635. Feoffment by Sir Adam Terry, chaplain, of Yelvertoft, to Simon Lorkyn of Nortoft, and Sibyl his wife, of all his lands and tenements in Yelvertoft, with all his goods thereon. Friday after St. Augustine the Doctor, 23 Edward III. Seal, injured.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7636. Feoffment by Amice Lyne of Yelvertoft, to Simon son of Richard Terri, of the same, of one rood arable there, which she inherited after the death of Richard Lyne, her father, lying 'attehullessende.' Sunday the feast of Saints Peter and Paul, 8 Edward II.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7637. Indenture of demise by John Mallore of Welton to William Haddon of Welton, Joan his wife and John their son of a messuage and half virgate of arable with meadows and pastures and other appurtenances to the said messuage and land belonging in the town and fields of Welton, which Andrew Goodewyn formerly held of Sir John Mallore, knight, his father, together with a croft adjacent called 'Lyllyngeszerde'; to hold for the term of their lives in survivorship from Michaelmas then next, rendering 18s. by three yearly payments, and [boon] works for six days in the autumn; and they shall yearly mow the eighth part of two holms of one gore of meadow and . . . . his overmede in Welton, in lieu of all other service; and he shall repair a grange of two bays in the said messuage when it shall first require it with timber and the working of the same; and they shall keep the buildings in repair from trees growing in the garden and croft there. Tuesday before the feast of St. Margaret the Virgin, 14 Richard II.|
|[Glouc.]||A. 7638. Counterpart of demise by Walter Woncote, lord of Bynton, to Elizabeth Wyllicotes of Wevilcote, late the wife of William Wyllicotes, William Hykkes, and John Hale of Wyllicote, for twenty years, of his lordship of Woncote at 9l. rent payable quarterly. Wevilcote, Thursday before St. George, 3 Henry V. Seal and fragment of seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7639. Release by Walter Jackeson of Nezthercote, to Davyd William, son and heir of the late Richard William, of Braundeston, of his right in 2 acres of land in Wolphamcote. Tuesday the feast of St. Luke, 14 Henry IV. Seal.|
|[Norf.]||A. 7640. Confirmation by Robert Clere, esquire, son and heir of John Clere, esquire, son and heir of William Clere, esquire, of Ormesby, the elder, to his mother Elizabeth, of her life estate in the manor of Ormesby, with the advowson of the church of Wynterton and of the chapel of Estsomerton, and in all other lands, tenements, rents and services &c. in Ormesby, Hemesby, Wynterton, Somerton, Skrouteby, Mauteby, Filby, and Castre in Flegg, which had belonged to the said William Clere, and which she had by the demise of Oliver Groos and Nicholas Wychyngham, esquires, who, together with Robert Berneye, knight, William Appilyerd, esquire, and others since deceased, had them by the gift and feoffment of Robert atte Northhous, certain lands and tenements &c. called 'Vernons' and 'Taverhams,' view of frankpledge &c. in Wynterton, courts baron, and other courts called 'Haven courtes,' and a certain toll (custuma) from small boats called 'Botetoll,' in Wynterton, excepted. 10 April, 8 Henry VI. Signed. Seal of arms.|
|[Devon.]||A. 7641. Feoffment by Ralph de la Hale, to Margery his daughter, of all his land at 'la Hale' in the manor of Honeton. Witnesses:—Sir Richard Cophin, knight, and others (named). Seal, injured.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7642. Indenture of feoffment by Hugh de Braundeston, lord of Lapworth, and Sibyl his wife, to Thomas Flechere of Lapworth, and Amice his wife, of a messuage with a curtilage there and a field with a grove called 'Dowerfeld' to hold to them and the heirs of the body of the said Thomas, by service of 4s. and suit of court of the manor of Lapworth and heriots on death, with reversion in default of issue of the said Thomas to the said Hugh and Sibyl and his heirs. Sunday, Michaelmas day, 33 Edward III. Seal of arms and counter seal injured.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7643. Feoffment by Henry son of Adam the reeve (prepositi) of Weltone, to William de Caldecote of the same, Avice his wife and Henry their son, of 1a. meadow there on Thurnehul. Friday the eve of St. Peter ad Vincula, 1 Edward III.|
|Middx.||A. 7644. Indenture of exchange between Robert Curson of Bedewell in the parish of blessed Mary of Willesdon, clerk, and John Robard of Willesdon, the elder, of lands (detailed) there. Witnesses:—Thomas Charleton, knight, Thomas Frowyk, esquire, and others (named). Sunday after St. Valentine, 2 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7645. Feoffment by Agnes Smyth, late the wife of John Marker of Wheelton, to John Attewell of Welton, chaplain, of all her share of a messuage with a garden adjoining, and land in Welton. Tuesday after St. Luke, 6 Richard II.|
|[Norf.]||A. 7646. Feoffment by Robert Anderson of Bukkynhamferry, to Lawrence Cullyng of the same and Joan his wife, of a messuage, a croft containing one and a half acres and an alder bed containing an acre there, all of which he lately had by the feoffment of the said Lawrence. 29 March, 29 Henry VIII. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7647. Feoffment by Master John de Cubworth, Thomas Scut of Lapworth, and Richard Giffard, to Hugh de Braundeston, and Sibyl his wife, and his heirs and assigns, of the manor of Lapworth, as fully as they had the same by the gift and feoffment of the said Hugh. Sunday after the Nativity of the Virgin Mary, 35 Edward III. Portion of seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7648. Feoffment by Geoffrey del Peek and Hugh de Pacwod, of Coventre, clerk, to William de Catesby and Joan his wife, and his heirs and assigns, of all their lands and tenements in the lane called 'le Wymondes- lone,' in Coventre, between the tenements of "the said William on the one side and the running water called 'Shirburn' on the other. Wednesday after St. Swithun, 26 Edward III.|
|Warw.||A. 7649. Fine between Agnes late the wife of William Barbour, and John Barbour of Wylughby, by William de Swynford, in the room of the said Agnes, querents, and William Haselford and Denise his wife, deforciants, of a messuage and 30a. land in Wylughby, which the said William and Denise, for themselves and the heirs of Denise, acknowledged to the said John and Agnes, and her heirs; consideration 100 marks. Westminster, the Octave of the Holy Trinity, 43 Edward HI. Copy.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7650. Feoffment by Warin son of Walter de Schreuele, to Robert called Brounleye, of the same, of 3 half acres arable in Schreuele, part lying on the tillage called 'Wodefurlonk,' and part on 'Bromfurlonk'; for this the said Robert gave him 14s. Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 27 Edward [I].|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7651. Counterpart of demise by Hugh Wyche, citizen and mercer of London, Arthure Ormesby, gentleman, and William Sewster, citizen and mercer of London, to Henry Baldeswell of Northampton, mercer, for twenty years from Christmas next, of a shop with chambers and houses 'above bielded' 'set in the olde drapery' of Northampton, rendering therefore yearly 5 marks to them and 20s. 'to the wardeyns of the fraternite and gilde of the holy Trinite and of oure lady Virgyn in the chirche of Alhalowen in Northampton,' 'after the fourme of an endenture' dated 28 September, 9 Henry V, between the said fraternity and Richard Wemmys late of Northampton, mercer, and Johan his wife. 4 December, 34 Henry VI. English.|
|[Leic.]||A. 7652. Release by Philip Campiun of Thorp Cuntas to John de Lodbroc, knight, of a messuage in Thorp.|
|[Essex.]||A. 7653. Feoffment by Ralph del Fridh, to Sabina daughter of Robert de Alneto, of all that land, of his fee, called 'Urselesleya,' and 4½a. land in the field called 'Cnolfeld,' which lands the said Robert her father held of him. Witnesses:—William the chaplain of Fordham, Reginald de Crepping, and others (named). Seal, injured.|
|Warw. N'hamp.||A. 7654. Appointment by John Duddeley, knight, lord de Duddeley, of his kinsman William Catesby, esquire, to be steward for life, with a yearly payment of ten marks, of the manor or lordship of Rukby, co. Warwick, when the same should come to his hands after the death of Thomas Stanley, knight, lord de Stanley, who held it for life; also further appointment of the said William to be steward for life of the manors or lordships of Aston 'in the Walles,' and Appultre, co. Northampton, with a yearly payment of 40s. 1 August, 2 Richard III. Signed.|
|[Norf.]||A. 7655. Feoffment by William Empool of Ormesby, son and heir of John Empool of Scrouteby, to John Croftes, John Rakesonde, and Nicholas Pool, of a messuage and 1a. land in the south field of Ormesby. 12 April, 7 Edward IV. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7656. Feoffment by Simon Pakeman of Coventre, to Elias de Lynne of the same, of a capital messuage with shops and all its appurtenances wherein he dwelt in the street called 'Potterisrowe,' and a curtilage in Hullestrete, in Coventre; also of his lands and meadow in Wabburleye next Coventre. Monday the feast of St. Benedict, 8 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7657. Release by John son of Ralph le Chapmon, of Derset Magna, to William le Clerc of Geydon, of his right in two tenements and la. arable in Soutende Derset which Robert Magot held of him and in a grange with a toft adjoining, which Ida, his mother, held in dower in the said town. Thursday the morrow of St. Andrew, 8 Edward III.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7658. Feoffment by John Simond of Esseby St. Legers (sancti Leodegarii) to Petronilla relict of the late Robert le Bacheler, of the same, of ½a. arable in the south field of Esseby, on Bronsichefurlong. Friday after the Translation of St. Thomas, 20 Edward II. Seal, injured.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7659. Feoffment by Robert de Okovere and Alice his wife, to Hugh de Okovere, and Joan his niece (nepte) their daughter, of a messuage in Coventre, with reversion in default of heirs or assigns of the said Hugh and Joan to them the said Robert and Alice and their heirs. Witnesses:— Anketel de Colshull, bailiff, and others (named).|
|[Warw.]||A. 7660. Indenture of demise by Richard Ryvell of Geydon, and Margery his wife, to Robert Webbe of Derset, and Katharine his wife, for their lives, from Lady Day, A.D. 1415, of a messuage in Chepyngderset, at 5s. rent. Monday after the Purification, 13 Henry IV. Two seals.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7661. Feoffment by Thomas le Muleward of Throp by Daventre, to John Malorre of Welton, knight (chivaler), of a messuage in Welton by Daventre. Wednesday the feast of St. Lawrence the Martyr, 19 Edward III.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7662. Feoffment by Richard Lovel of Weleton, to John Malorre, son and heir of the late John Malorre of Weleton, and to Sarah his wife, of 3d. yearly rent from a messuage and 2a. 1 rood land in Weleton, which John Martin had of the grant of his sister Alice; also of la. arable and 1 rood meadow there, which Hugh Ferthing held in bondage. Sunday after St. Matthew, 7 Edward II.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7663. Release by John le Muleward of Thrope by Daventre, and John de Grendon, chaplain, to John Malorre of Welton, knight (chicaler), and Margaret his wife and his heirs, of their right in a messuage in Welton by Daventre, which they had of the gift and feoffment of Thomas le Muleward of Throp. Monday after the Assumption, 19 Edward III.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7664. Indenture of demise by John Malorre of Weleton, to Gilbert son of Ralph le Noreis, of the same, and Alice his wife, and John and William, their children, for their lives, of all his portion of a messuage there, late Richard de Duston's, also of 10a. land and meadow land which John le Haiward used to hold of him, and, in augmentation thereof, of 1½a. 1 rood land, with a portion of herbage, with their headlands in the fields of the said town, viz. 1 rood on Thurnhul, 1 rood at Litlewelle, extending to Brochfurlong, 1 rood extending 'in to' Heyestret, ½a. 'in to' Bonaswelle, ½a. at Schellen, and one piece of herbage by Litlewellesiche; with the reversion of a house and curtilage in the said messuage expectant on the decease of Juliana and Agnes daughters of Richard de Duston; rendering therefore yearly 12s. suit of court and heriots; and they shall furnish one man or woman to reap for six days in the autumn on his land, with food for three days at their and for three days at his expense. Sunday after St. Matthias, 11 Edward II. Seal of arms.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7665. Indenture of demise by John Mallore of Welton, knight, to Gregory Benet of Buckeby, Alice his wife, and William their son, for their lives, of a messuage, 9a. land and 8 roods meadow in Buckeby, which Sir Henry Maycons of Buckeby, chaplain, formerly held of him for the term of his life at 4s. rent, and which the said Henry had assigned to them for the remainder of his term, rendering 4s. yearly to the grantor during the said Henry's life, and 6s. after his death. Monday after Michaelmas day, 12 Edward III.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7666. Feoffment by Richard Lovel son of Richard Lovel of Weleton, to John Mallorre of Weleton and Sarah his wife, of a messuage with a curtilage adjoining, in Weleton, which he had by the gift and feoffment of Richard his father. Thursday after the apostles Simon and Jude, 9 Edward II.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7667. Feoffment by Richard Lovel of Weleton, to Richard his son, of his capital messuage in Weleton and a curtilage adjacent, and the reversion of the tenement annexed to it which Thomas de Sadyngton held for years yet to come. Sunday after St. Ambrose, 8 Edward II.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7668. Indenture of demise by Richard Lovel of Weleton, to Richard his father, for his life, of a messuage &c. as in A. 7667. Monday before St. Mark, 8 Edward II.|
|[Norf.]||A. 7669. Counterpart of demise for ten years by Roger the prior, and the monks, of St. Michael, of Rumbourgh in the diocese of Norwich, to Sir William and Sir Henry, rectors of one and the other mediety of the church of Northtudenham in the said diocese, of two thirds of the tithe of corn arising from certain lands, detailed, in Northtudenham field. Norwich, 1 August, A.D. 1337. Witnesses:—Sir Henry of Norwich (de Norwyco.) rector of the church of Byskele, and Sir John Lem of Soutelmham, chaplain, and certified under the seal of the dean of Hengham. Injured.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7670. Feoffment by Thomas Herteshorn of Atteneston, to Robert Hikford, esquire, and John Boys, chaplain, of a messuage with a croft, a toft with a croft, and 10a. arable with meadows &c. appurtenant in Atteneston; with further grant of all his goods. 12 January, 4 Henry IV. Seal.|
|[Camb.]||A. 7671. Indenture being a grant by Richard, rector of the hospital of blessed Mary of Anglesey, and the rest of the brethren of the same, to Alexander Milumes and Avice daughter of Main of Swafham, of 10a. land lying dispersed, described, in Swafham, to hold to them and their heirs begotten of the said Avice, by 2s. rent, with reversion in default to the hospital. Witnesses:—Hugh parson of Bodekesham and others (named).|
|[Cornw.]||A. 7672. Confirmation by David Truth', of Margh' you, of the grant of a site in Bridge Street, Helleston Burgh, by Thomas Tailor (cissor) of Pensant, to Michael Michellyk. Friday after St. Andrew the Apostle, 41 Edward III. Fragment of seal.|
|Norf.||A. 7673. Release by Julian, late the wife of John de Middeltone, of Stapelford, co. Herts, widow, to John de Middeltone, citizen of London, of her dower in Middeltone, co. Norfolk. Wyllesdone, Monday after St. Valentine, 6 Edward II.|
|[Wilts.]||A. 7674. Release by Agnes daughter of Robert Caperun to Nicholas de Haversham of land formerly her father's in Cumton. Witnesses:— William Gereberd, John his brother and others (named). [1236, cf 250, 10, No. 95 and A 8915, 9421].|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7675. Feoffment by Henry Craunford of Yelvertoft of a messuage there to Richard Salmon of Wynewyk and Emma his wife. Trinity Sunday, 2 Richard II. Seal.|
|[Lanc.]||A. 7676. Confirmation by Richard son of Benedict de Turtun of his father's gift to Simon son of Estan de Turtun of an acre of marsh at Vestfen and half an acre of land in Hircroft.|
A. 7677. Counterpart of lease by Emma late the wife of John
Catesby of Assheby Legger and John his son and heir, to John Whyte of
Coventry, butcher, and Margaret his wife, of a tenement in Catesbyeslane,
Coventre, for eighty years. Coventre, Monday after . . . ., the Virgin,
5 Henry V.
Memorandum endorsed that William, son and heir of the said John Catesby, the lessor, took possession of the premises, 26 Henry VI, for defect of repairs, and afterwards granted a new lease thereof to Thomas Walgrave and Margaret his wife, being the said John Whyte's assigns. Seals.
|[Warw.]||A. 7678. Counterpart of lease by John de Catesby to Richard Marchal of Coventre of a site in Catesby lane there, for sixty years. Coventry, Monday after Michaelmas, 8 Richard II. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7679. Indenture of sale by John de Beauchamp of Holt to John de Catesby, life tenant of Bobenhull manor, of certain timber there. Bobenhull, Sunday before the Epiphany, 1 Henry IV. Seal, a griffin segreant.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7680. Feoffment by Alice late wife of Warner de Hampslape, widow, to Giles le Waydour in Coventre of the reversion of a messuage in the high street there expectant on the decease of Nicholas le Wodeward and Joan his wife, her parents. Monday after St. Fabian and St. Sebastian, 18 Edward II.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7681. Indenture of feoffment by Simon Lorkyn of Nortoft, to Thomas de la Hewse of Yelvertoft and Alice his wife, in tail, of the land in Yelvertoft which he had by the feoffment of Adam Terri of the same, chaplain. St. Mark the Evangelist, 40 Edward III.|
A. 7682. "This is the verrey true copy of iij Evidences lying in
this box underneath this Copy," &c.
(1) Feoffment by Walter Hungerford, knt., lord of Heytesbury and Hommet, Simon Sydenham, clk., dean of Salisbury, and John Fortescu, to John, archbishop of York, William, bishop of Norwich, Nicholas Upton, clerk, Andrew Sperlyng, Richard Aired and John Husy, of the manor of Newehalle, co. Essex, with all other their lands, &c. late belonging to Thomas Coggesale, esq. Morrow of St. Martin in Winter, 9 Henry VI.
(2) Letter of attorney of even date from same, to Adam Somayster and Thomas atte Hill to deliver seisin of said premises.
(3) Release by John Tiptoft, knt., lord of Pawis (sic), Philip Courtenay, knt., John Juyn, knt., John Stourton de Stourton, knt., William Darell, Walter Paunesfote, Robert Longe and William Wulston, of the said premises to said feoffees. Newehalle, the Purification of the B.V.M., 9 Henry VI.
Endorsed . . . . "Newehalle in Boreham, in com. Essex."
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7683. Release by John Ace of Welton, to Thomas de Sadyngton in Welton and Benedicta his wife and his heirs, of a third of the land wherewith she was dowered there by William Ace his father. Saturday, Easter eve, 18 Edward II.|
|[Cumb.]||A. 7684. Release by Gunnilda [late] wife of William son of Roger of Setun, widow, to Richard son of Alan, of the land without Stainbrigge, between Hytun and Botle, called 'Buttes,' which Alan son of Ketellus, her father, gave her in marriage; together with confirmation of her son Alexander's conveyance to him of two acres in Cordhou.|
|[York, W.R.]||A. 7685. Feoffment by John de Burton to Thomas de Thornton and Isabel his wife, and his heirs, of two burgages ill Burton in Lonesdale. Tuesday after Whitsunday, 8 Edward II.|
|[Norf.]||A. 7686. Feoffment by Robert Pykeryng of Ormysby and John Blak of Northbyrlyngham to John Fynke of Ormysby, Thomas Bryghtwelle of Rollysby, and Thomas Ramage of Hemmysby, of a messuage in Ormysby, with land in Ormysby and Hemmysby, which they had, together with Thomas and Robert Blak, late of Hemlyngton, deceased, by the gift of Thomas Goodknape, late deceased, and Margaret his wife, who survives, by deed dated the Nativity of the B.V.M., 14 Edward IV. Ormysby, Monday before Michaelmas, 1 Henry VII. Seals.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7687. Feoffment by Agnes, daughter of Richard the miller (molendinarii) of Yelvertoft, to William le Cartere, of Welleford, 'taylour,' of land in Yelvertoft field and Keylmers meadow. Sunday, St. Martin the Bishop, 32 Edward III.|
|Norf.||A. 7688. Counterpart of demise by Henry Heydon and Richard Southwell, esquires, Thomas Banyard, Simon Dam, John Rook, chaplain, and John Everard of Cratfeld, to John Jermy, the elder, esquire, and Margaret, his wife, James Hubert and Edmund Jenney, of the manor and advowson of Bokenhamfery, co. Norfolk, and a rood of land in Hasyngham, with the advowson of the church there, all which they lately had of the gift of the said John, to use of his last will; to hold to them for the term of the lives of the said John and Margaret in survivorship; attorneys to deliver seisin, John Snodon and Thomas Mapilhed. Witnesses:—Edmund Clere and James Arblaster, esquires, and others (named). 12 July, 21 Edward IV. Seals.|
|Warw.||A. 7689. Release by William Porrey of Henley in Arden, co. Warwick, to Thomas Lucy, knight, and Elizabeth his wife, Thomas Yelshawe, clerk, and Roger Slye, of his right in a messuage there. 1 June, 12 Henry VIII. Seal.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 7690. Grant in pure and perpetual alms by William le Messager of Rameseie to the church of St. Mary and St. Benedict of Rameseie and the monks there of a messuage there he bought of John le Tuyler, in 'la Wyhtte,' between the messuages late of William de Malmesbyr' and William Chacede: together with 6d. rent to be received from the heirs of the late Baldwin Fisher (piscatoris) for a place of the said messuage, 104 ft. long and 22ft. wide towards the water and 20 ft. wide towards the marsh; to hold to the said church and monks and to the office of chamberlain (camerarie); saving to the office of cellarer (celerarie) a yearly rent of 12d.; for this brother Gilbert de Eye, then chamberlain of Rameseye gave him 3 marks beforehand. Witnesses:—Master Gilbert de Weppestede, steward of Rameseie, and others (named).|
|Warw.||A. 7691. Counterpart indenture being a bargain and sale by Richard Catesby of Asshebe Legiers, co. Northampton, esquire, to John Whateley of Hendley in Ardern, co. Warwick, draper, of two tenements and a croft in Hendley, and a croft and land in Bewdesert. 4 May, 33 Henry VIII. Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7692. Release by Joan Gundewyn, late the wife of Thomas Gundewyn of Yelvertoft, widow, to John Gybbys of Welton and John Aston of Yelvertoft, of her dower in certain lands her late husband's there. St. John the Evangelist, 19 Henry VI.|
|[Bedf.]||A. 7693. Grant by John, son of Thomas, Drumar, of Suthyevel, to John de Cryngelford and Agnes his wife, and his heirs, of the reversion expectant on the death of his said father, of land there, of the inheritance of Felicia, his mother deceased. Tuesday after the Assumption of the B.V.M. 19 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||A. 7694. Letter of general attorney from Richard Ryvell of Geydon to William Attulburgh, the elder, of Coventre, and Thomas Ryvell, of Edmuscote. Coventre, Wednesday after St. Peter and St. Paul the Apostles, 4 Henry V.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7695. Indenture of demise by William, son of Robert, de Watford, lord of Great Creton, to Sir Roger Waldesthof, vicar of Watford, of his capital messuage and land in Watford, for six years, at 4l. rent. 5 August, 2 Edward III. Fragment of seal.|
|[Middx.]||A. 7696. Release by Hugh Peverel of Edelmeton to Richard, the prior, and the canons, of Holy Trinity, London, of rents due from them for lands they held of him in Edelmeton. St. Thomas the Apostle, 30 Henry III.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7697. Feoffment by Henry Geffrey, of Yelvertoft, to Simon Terri, of the same, of 2a. land there. Monday before Michaelmas, 18 Edward III.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 7698. Release by Henry son and heir of Richard at Well (ad Fontem) of Weleton to Agnes his mother, of his right in a messuage, curtilage and 4½a. arable there. Wednesday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 5 Edward III.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 7699. Release by Roger, son of Richard the miller (molendinarii) of Ailington, to the abbot and monks of Rameseie, of his right in the mills of Ailington. Witnesses:—Sir Geoffrey de Hatfeld, sheriff of Cambridge and Huntingdon, Sirs William de Whichenton, steward of Rameseie, Walter son of Robert, Geoffrey de Kaxton, Robert de Wassingele, Geoffrey Chyue, Geoffrey de Hemmingeford, John de Folkeswrth, knts., and others (named).|
|[Hunt.]||A. 7700. Release by Alice late the wife of Richard the miller (molendinarii) of Ailington to Hugh, abbot of Ramsey, and his successors for ever, of her dower in all the lands and tenements which the said Richard held in Ailington. Witnesses:—Sir Geoffrey de Haffeld, then sheriff of Cambridge and Huntingdon, Sir William de Whichenton, then steward of Ramsey, Sir Walter son of Robert, Sir Oliver le Moyne (Monacho), Sir Geoffrey de Kaxtan, Sir Robert de Wassingel', Sir Henry de Longavilla, and Sir John de Foukewrth, knights, and others (named). Circa A.D. 1224.|