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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|[Essex.]||A. 6301. Grant by Henry Strete, parson of the church of Great Okele, Robert de Wolferston, and John Coun, by the King's licence, to the prioress and nuns of Wykes, of 5 marks yearly rent from a messuage and lands, &c, in Great Okele and Wykes. 1 November, 7 Richard II, A.D. 1383. Two seals, one broken, and portion of seal.|
A. 6302. Release by Gregory son of Nicholas Champeon of Tresam-
wall, to John de Penhale and Joan his wife, of all his right in two
messuages and land, in Tresamwell. Penryn, Friday the feast of St.
Petroc the Confessor. (No year given.) Copy. Paper.
Endorsed: 'The Copye of a deade of Tresamwell in the p[ar]ishe of Gwynap.'
|[Kent.]||A. 6303. Decree by G. de Sancto Leofardo, official of the court of Canterbury, that the right of presentation to the vicarage of St. Mary's, Bixle, belonged to the prior and convent of the Holy Trinity, London, as appeared by the decision of the Holy See, in a suit between Boniface, late archbishop of Canterbury and the said convent, William de Sorham, chaplain, having been, under a misapprehension, inducted into the said vicarage by John, archbishop of Canterbury, on the death of Geoffrey, vicar of the same, and Geoffrey called 'le Rus,' chaplain, having been presented to the same by the said prior and convent, and claiming to be admitted. London, Nones of May, A.D. 1286. Seal.|
|[Bucks.]||A. 6304. Grant by Margery, daughter of Ralph Elys of Dorneye, to Walter, son of Walter de Dorneye, of a cottage with a curtilage and land in Dorneye, part of the land lying in 'la Westfelde,' in the tillage called 'Eforlang,' part in the same field at Ocleye, and part in Dolmore, in the acre called 'Crempe acre.' Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 25 Edward [I].|
|[Glouc.]||A. 6305. Defeasance of a bond by Thomas Style of Thornbury, 'baker,' and Alice his wife, to Sir John Moreton, parson of the parish church of Cromehale, for 10l., witnessing that if the said Thomas and Alice shall pay to the said Sir John 9 marks 10s., within the ten years next coming, at the rate of 13s. 4d. a year, or do not sell or alienate, without his special licence, a certain half burgage which they have of his grant, until the said debt is paid, then the said bond shall be void, &c. 1 March, 12 Henry VI., A.D. 1433. Fragment of seal.|
|[Herts.]||A. 6306. Grant, in frank almoin, by Thomas de Bordesdene, to the canons of the Holy Trinity, London, of the messuage at Linlande and land which Roger the baker, son of Theobald, held of the grantor in Bordesdene. Witnesses:—Richard, vicar of Bracking, Richard de Gatesbir [i], Robert de la Rokel [e], and others (named). Fragment of seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 6307. Acquittance by Guy Wolston, knight, to Richard Emson, gentleman, for 20l. received by the hands of Hugh Caldecote, part of the 30l in which the said Richard was bound to the said Guy, upon certain agreements between them for a marriage between Thomas Emson and Etheldreda, Guy's daughter. 1 June, 17 Henry VII.|
|[Hunt.]||A. 6308. Grant, in frank almoin, by John, son of John de Aylington, to Sir William the abbot, and the convent of Rameseye, of a messuage with a toft and croft in Aylington. Witnesses:—Ralph de Waldesef, John de Falkesworth, Peter Produme of Sibstone, and others (named). [A.D. 1267–1285.]|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 6309. Bond by Nicholas le Archer of Sibertoft, to Sir William de Hamelton, rector of the church of Great Oxindon, for 7l. to be paid within the octave of Michaelmas in the undermentioned year, under penalty of excommunication by the archdeacon of Northampton, &c. Gerard Mutun, Richard Monater, Nicholas Freman, and many others (named), sureties. Sunday after the close of Easter, A.D. 1278. Portion of seal.|
|[Scotland.]||A. 6310. Bond by William Olyfaunt, knight, to Sir Hugh le Despen- ser, the father, for 100s., to be paid at Sir Hugh's hostel in London, at the quinzaine of St. John next. 5 June, 2 Edward [II]. French.|
|[Middx.] [Essex.] [Herts.]||A. 6311. Grant by Richard de la Grave and Clarice his wife, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of a messuage and land in Little Stanmere, Eggeswere, Kyngesbury, Idulvestre, London, Ileford, Hendon, and the wood of Borham. Witnesses:—Sir Roger de Bachesworth, Walter de Saunford, sheriff of Middlesex, and others (named). [Edward I.] Seal of 'Claricia de Paris,' and portion of seal of 'Richard de la Grave.' See A. 6256.|
|N'hamp. Somers. Devon. Camb.||
A. 6312. Release by Richard, bishop of Winchester, John, bishop
of Rochester, Charles, earl of Worcester, Thomas Lovell, Henry Marney,
John Seynt John, knights, and Henry Hornebye and Hugh Assheton,
clerks, executors of the will of Margaret, late countess of Richmond and
Derby, the King's grandmother, to William Hoddy, chief baron of the
Exchequer, Robert Brudenell and Humphrey Conyngisby, justices of the
King, William Knevet, knight, and William Bedill, for the King's use, of
all their right, by the said will, in the manors of Maxey and Torpell in the
county of Northampton, the manors of Martok, Cory Revell, Kyngesbury
Regis, and Canmel Regine, the hundreds of Bulston, Abdike, and Hori-
thorne, and the boroughs of Langport Estover and Langport Westover,
in the county of Somerset, the manors of Sampford Peverell and Aller
Peverell, the borough of Sampford Peverell, and the hundred of Alberton,
it the county of Devon, and in all other lands, tenements, and advowsons,
&c. in England, lately belonging to the said princess; the present release
not to extend to the manor of Fordham, in the county of Cambridge, nor
to lands, &c, called 'Fostersland,' in Cory Revell, granted by the said will
to the chaplain of Wynbourne chantry. 11 July, 7 Henry VIII. Signed.
Four seals and portion of seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll of the 12th year of the said King.
|Chesh. Worc. Derby. Notts. Salop. Stafl.||A. 6313. Letters patent by the King undertaking to make a reason- able exchange, of the same value, to Henry de Hasting [es] and Ada his wife, in return for the said Ada's share of the inheritance of the late John, earl of Chester, her brother, in Cestresyre; and for greater security the King has committed to the said Henry and Ada the manors of Bremmes- grave, co. Worcester; Bolesovre, with the castle, co. Derby; Manesfeld with the soke, and Oswardebec, co. Nottingham; Wrfeld, Stratton, and Cunedovere, co. Salop; Wygginton and Wolverenhamton, co. Stafford; to hold until the said Ada's share of the said inheritance shall have been extended, and the King shall have assigned to Henry and Ada a reasonable exchange in the said lands or in others. Ditton, 11 June, 22 Henry III. Copy.|
A. 6314. Bond by the King, to the abbot of Abyndon, for 200l.
received in loan, to be repaid at Whitsuntide next. Westminster, 30
August, 33 Edward III. Cancelled. Portion of great seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of payment on the 11 October, 36 Edward III, "ut patet in pell'."
|A. 6315. Bond by John Ikelyngton, clerk, to 'Geo' Bovy, merchant of Lucca, for 33l. 6s. 8d. to be paid at the Purification next. 24 December, 13 Henry IV., A.D. 1411. Portion of seal.|
|[Norf.]||A. 6316. Certificate by John de Hustwait, clerk, that he is bound to acquit William Fastolf, against the lord treasurer and barons of the Ex- chequer, concerning 66l. which John de Long, merchant of Almain, ought to have paid to William at Yarmouth, for the custom of his wools; and if the said lord treasurer and barons do not allow the said acquittance, the said John de Hustwait acknowledges himself to be bound to the said William in the said sum to be paid within forty days after due warning. London, Sunday, the feast of St. Simon and St. Jude, 24 Edward [I]. Fragment of seal.|
|[Wilts.]||A. 6317. Release by William, son of the late Thomas de la Chambre of Nation, to the abbess and nuns of Lacok, of all his right in a yearly rent of 5s. 7d. and 1lb. of cummin, from lands and tenements formerly belonging to Master Thomas de Bardenaye, farrier (mareschall), of the releasor's grant, in Natton, and also all his right in the said lands and tenements. Witnesses:—Sirs Walter de Pavely, John de Holte, knights, and others (named).|
|A. 6318. Grant by Thomas son of Richard, to Alan Basset, of land in . . . . . . which the grantor holds from Hillary de Bachamtun. Witnesses:— . . . . . Pippard, Bartholomew the clerk, Walter le Despencer (dispensatori), and others (named). Mutilated fragment.|
A. 6319. Bond by John Millewarde, late of Cambrigge, baker, to
John Badmynton, for 10l. to be paid at Christmas next. 16 October, 16
Edward IV. Seal.
Underwritten: Condition of the above bond witnessing that if the said Millewarde shall pay to the said Badmynton 8 marks 4s. in manner specified, then the above bond shall be void.
|A. 6320. Sale by Thomas Kelham of Calais, to Sir Jamys Tyrell, knight, for 30l. at the rate of 80s. money current in Calais, for every 1l., of all his lands and tenements, &c, on both sides of the sea; the parties binding themselves in 100l. each, to observe the said covenants, and procuring the seal of the 'bailliship' of the town of Guysnes to be put to these presents; John Hubert, 'visbailie,' and the freemen of the town and county of Guysnes having also, at the request of the said parties, set to their hands. 13 October, A.D. 1491. English. Signed. Seal of arms, injured, and seal.|
|[Linc.]||A. 6321. Grant by John Hamson of Lee, to Richard Ward of Knayth, and Alice his wife, of a bovate of land in Knayth, which he had of the feoffment of Thomas Blissott and Maud his wife; with bond in 20l. for quiet possession. Tuesday before the Purification, 3 Henry IV. Portions of two seals.|
|[Linc.]||A. 6322. Bond by Geoffrey de Roxby, clerk, to Sir John de Pothowe, knight, for 4l. 13s. 4d. to be paid at the dates specified, begining at Easter in the undermentioned year; with clause for distraint by the sheriff of Lincoln, in case of non-payment. Walter de Coningesby the cook, and others (named), sureties, &c. A.D. 1285. Portion of seal.|
|London.||A. 6323. Bond by William, marquess of Juliers, to John Malwayn, citizen and merchant of London, for 100l. to be paid at London, at the Purification next. 27 November, 27 Edward III. Fragments of seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 6324. Grant by John Smythe, Simon Woodelef, William Carvell, William Barby, and Henry Edwarde, to William Catesby and John Catesby, esquires, and Henry Brodurs, of a messuage, cottage, and land in Shet- langer; with letter of attorney authorising Thomas Norrys and Henry att Woode to deliver seisin. 7 August, 22 Edward IV. Four seals.|
|London.||A. 6325. Bond by Thomas Lawrens, citizen and 'belfownder,' of London, to Nicholas, the prior of Holy Trinity by Algate, for 20 marks, to be paid at the feast of St. John the Baptist next. 6 June, 20 Henry VIII. Signed. Portion of seal.|
|A. 6326. Bond by Reginald Bray, knight, Edward Underwode, Richard Eliot, Richard Restwolde, and Richard Decons, 'gentylmen,' to Nicholas Goldewell, clerk, for 20l., to be paid at the feast of St. Martin-in- the Winter, A.D. 1503. 4 February, 15 Henry VII. Three seals and portion of seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 6327. Grant by Hubert Mortymer of Aldwyncle, co. N'hamp., to William Scarlet of Rameseye, co. Hunt., of all the lands and tenements, &c., which he had of the grant of Robert Babthorpe, knight, John Byllynge, and John Hegger. Witnesses:—John Gryndell of Tyschmerchse, John Bayly of Lyllford, Richard Knyghte of Oundell, and others (named). Bernwell, feast of the Apostles Simon and Jude, 8 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Herts.]||A. 6328. Confirmation in frank almoin, by Thomas de Bordesden, of the grant which William de Audebir' made to the church and convent of the Holy Trinity, London, of land in Bordesden, part called 'St. Mary's acre' (acra Sancte Marie); with release by the said Thomas to the said church and convent, for ½ a mark, of the way which he used to have (for driving his cattle beyond their lands, by the west side of the house managii) of Geoffrey de Bordesden, to the releasor's land and pasture. Witnesses:—Adam de Bracking, and others (named).|
A. 6329. Bond by Philip Yorke of London, 'grocer,' to Thomas
Crumwell, esquire, and Christopher Hales, for 100l. to be paid, for the use
of the King, at Michaelmas next. 7 April, 24 Henry VIII. Signed. Seal.
Underwritten: Condition of the above bond witnessing that if William Yorke, prior of the monastery of St. Peter and St Paul, Taunton, shall pay to the said Thomas and Christopher, to the King's use, 100 marks, in manner specified, then the above bond shall be void.
|[Kent.]||A. 6330. Grant by Roger Eliot of Derteford, and Joan his wife, to John Osprenge of the same, of two booths (tentor[ia]) in Derteford. Tuesday after St. Lucy the virgin and martyr, 23 Edward III. Much faded.|
|A. 6331. Bond by Reginald Bray, knight, Edward Underwode, clerk, Richard Eliot, Richard Restwolde, and Richard Decons, 'gentylmen,' to Nicholas Goldewell, clerk, for 20l. to be paid at the feast of St. Martin-in- the-Winter, A.D. 1506. 4 February, 15 Henry VII. Three seals, and portions of two seals.|
|[Westmd.] [Linc.]||A. 6332. Bond by Roger de Clyfford, knight, lord of Westmerland, to Albyn the merchant, burgess of Appelby, for 17l. for wools sold to Roger by the said Albyn, and delivered at Boston (Sanctum Botolphum); the said sum to be paid at the next market of Burgh under Steynesmor, on St. Matthew's day in the undermentioned year. William Hardcla, William de Cumba, and Geoffrey de Melkanthorp, constables of Appelby, being sureties for payment, &c. St. Botulph's market, feast of St. Peter ad Vincula, A.D. 1281.|
|[Middx.]||A. 6333. Bond by Robert de Knolles, knight, and John Philippot, Robert Launde, goldsmith, and Adam Chaungeour, citizens of London, to the King, for 17,000 marks, to be paid at his treasury, Westminster, at Michaelmas, A.D. 1380. 2 September, 3 Richard II. Seals (1) arms of Knolles, with supporters; (2) lamb and flag; (3) arms, with legend 'Sigillum Roberti de la Launde.'|
|[Norf.]||A. 6334. Grant by Matilda, daughter of the late Roger Hace of Heveringlond, to Alan le Macon of the same, and Joan his wife, of land in Heveringlond, in the field called 'Rickemille croft,' abutting on the road called 'Rickemille Sty.' Tuesday after the Annunciation, 22 Edward III.|
|[Bucks.]||A. 6335. Grant by Nicholas Fitzwater, to Clemencia Mountagu and John her son, of the tenement lately belonging to William Mountagu in Boveneie. Feast of St. Barnabas, 12 Henry IV. Portions of seal.|
|[Bucks.]||A. 6336. Release by Margery, late the wife of Walter son of Walter de Dorneye, widow, to Thomas, her eldest son, of all her right in 2s. 6d. yearly rent from a capital messuage in Boveneye. Dorneye, Thursday the feast of St. Clement the pope, 3 Edward III.|
A. 6337. Bond by Walter Devereux and Henry Ratford, knights,
Edmund Fitzwilliam, John Mildewater, and Richard Pigot, esquires, and
Thomas Palmer, to Alice, duchess of Suffolk, for 100 marks, to be paid on
May 15, A.D. 1460. 2 February, 36 Henry VI. Cancelled. Five seals, and
fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Condition of the above bond, witnessing that the same shall be void if the above bound persons pay to the said Alice 400l. on May 14, A.D. 1460, according to a bond entered into by them, dated February 1, 36 Henry VI., the condition of which was that if Elizabeth, daughter of Richard, duke of York, should die before the said fourteenth day of May, without issue between herself and John, duke of Suffolk, then such bond should be void.
A. 6338. Bond by John Melton, knight, William Hastynges, esquire,
John Browe, Robert Beaumont, clerk, Walter Devereux, esquire, and John
Vyncent, to Alice, duchess of Suffolk, for 100 marks, to be paid on May 15,
A.D. 1462. 2 February, 36 Henry VI. Cancelled. Six seals.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond, witnessing that the same shall be void if the above bound persons pay to the said Alice 500 marks, on May 14, A.D. 1462, according to a bond entered into by them, dated February 1, 36 Henry VI., with condition similar to that described in the endorsement of A. 6337.
A. 6339. Bond by Henry Bourgchier, esquire, John Seyvill, knight,
William Wylflete, clerk, Roger Ree, and William Brownyng, esquires, and
Henry Sotehill, to Alice, duchess of Suffolk, for 100 marks, to be paid on
May 15, A.D. 1459. 2 February, 36 Henry VI. Cancelled. Four seals,
and portions of two seals.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond, witnessing that the same shall be void if the above bound persons pay to the said Alice 400l. on May 14, A.D. 1459, according to a bond entered into by them, dated February 1, 36 Henry VI., with condition similar to that described in the endorsement of A. 6337.
A. 6340. Bond by John Nevyll and James Pykeryng, knights, Walter
Blount, esquire, Thomas Buxhale, clerk, John Walden, 'gentilman,' and
Richard Sapcote, merchant, to Alice, duchess of Suffolk, for 100 marks, to
be paid on May 15, A.D. 1461. 2 February, 36 Henry VI. Cancelled.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond, witnessing that the same shall be void if the above bound persons pay to the said Alice 400l. on May 14, A.D. 1461, according to a bond entered into by them, dated February 1, 36 Henry VI., with condition similar to that described in the endorsement of A. 6337.
A. 6341. Bond by John Melton, knight, William Hastynges, esquire,
John Browe, Robert Beaumont, clerk, Walter Devereux, esquire, and John
Vyncent, to Alice, duchess of Suffolk, for 500 marks, to be paid on May
14, A.D. 1462. 1 February, 36 Henry VI. Cancelled. Five seals, and
fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond, witnessing that if Elizabeth, daughter of Richard, duke of York, die before the said fourteenth day of May with- out issue between herself and John, duke of Suffolk, then the above bond shall be void.
A. 6342. Bond by Henry Bourchier, esquire, and others, named in
A. 6339, to Alice, duchess of Suffolk, for 400l. to be paid on May 14,
A.D. 1459. 1 February, 36 Henry VI. Cancelled. Three seals and frag-
ments of two seals.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond witnessing as in A. 6341.
A. 6343. Bond by John Nevyll and James Pykeryng, knights, and
others named in A. 6340, to Alice, duchess of Suffolk, for 400l. to be paid
on May 14, A.D. 1461. 1 February, 36 Henry VI. Cancelled. Four seals,
and portions of two seals.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond witnessing as in A. 6341.
A. 6344. Defeasance of a 'dede of transport' dated June 17 in the
undermentioned year, whereby John Baker, master mason and burgess of
Calais, has granted to James Wading, of the 'cawse,' brewer, all the
tenements and void grounds, &c, in Calais, in the parish of St. Nicholas
in Castelstrete, 'on the south side of the tylt,' which the said John had by
lease from Thomas Marshal, merchant of the staple; witnessing that if
the said James do not pay to the said John 50l. in manner specified, then
the said deed shall be void. 18 June, 14 Henry VIII. English. Seal, broken.
Endorsed: Memoranda of various amounts paid 'be me James Wading' to the said John at various dates 'opon this Indentur.'
|[Suff.]||A. 6345. Release by Thomas de Thetforde, rector of the church of Buxale, John Royly, lord of Buxale, and John Somertone of Sudbury, to William Leece of Sudbury, of all their right in a messuage in the parish of All Saints, Sudbury. 12 February, 7 Richard II. Portions of two seals.|
|A. 6346. Certificate by Richard Renger, citizen of London, Walter the Fleming, burgess of Suhamtton, and Terric, son-in-law of Galo, citizen of Nantes (ciris Nonatensis), that Henry de Cokh . ., citizen of London, has appointed them as pledges to Sir P [eter], duke of Brittany and earl of Richemond, for 142l. 15s., which the said Henry is bound to pay to the said duke by Easter next, at Angers, [Thursday,] the feast of St. Clement the Martyr, A.D. 1234. Injured.|
|[Norf.||A. 6347. Grant by John de Gatesdene, to John de Bromholm, of half a mark, yearly, for the grantor's life, until he can provide better for the grantee. Witnesses:—Sir Hervey de Wallibus, Jolan de Wallibus, Edmund le Forester of Northelham, Ralph de Chategrave, Gerard de Redham, Nicholas Clere of Ormesby, and others (named). Seal.|
|[York.]||A. 6348. Bond by Walter de Faucunberg, lord of Skelton, to Master Th [omas] archdeacon of York, for a loan of 8l. 13s. 4d. to be paid to the said archdeacon, in his house in York, on St. Hilary's day, in the under- mentioned year. Hapelthorp, the eve of the Apostles Peter and Paul, A.D. 1275. Fragment of seal.|
|Suff.]||A. 6349. Release by John, son of Geoffrey de Falesham, vicar of the church of Wayssebrok, to John Harneys and Cristiana his wife, of all his right in a messuage with which the releasor's said father was enfeoffed by Geoffrey, son of Thurstan del Cley, of Ipswich. Morrow of St. Laurence, 11 Edward I.|
|[London.]||A. 6350. Receipt by Henry de Frowyk, executor of the will of Master Richard the cook (coci), deceased, for a coffer (scrinium) containing charters and other instruments of the said Richard, received by the said Henry from the prior of the Holy Trinity, London, into whose custody the said Richard had committed it during his own life; certified by the seals of himself, Henry, and the Officiality of London. London, the Com- memoration of All Souls, A.D. 1281. Fragments of two seals.|
|[Oxford.||A. 6351. Letters patent by Richard Lescrop, steward of the King's household, granting to Reymond Pellegryn, or to his steward, licence for one year next coming, to hold his hundred courts and leets of his manor of Great Milton, notwithstanding the King's presence, and its being within the verge (infra virgatam), provided that he does not intermeddle with pleas of felons, &c. arising therein after the King's coming. Oxford, 1 October, 2 Richard II. Fragment of seal of arms.|
|[Middx.]||A. 6352. Defeasance of a bond by Sir Nicholas the prior, and the convent of the Holy Trinity, London, to John the prior, and the convent of the Charterhouse, London, for 120l. to be paid at Michaelmas next; witnessing that if the said prior and convent of the Holy Trinity pay to the said prior and convent of the Charterhouse, 60l. in equal portions, at the feasts specified, in A.D. 1384, then the said bond shall be void. 23 March, 47 Edward III. Fragment of seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 6353. Release by John son of John de Baddeby of Assheby Leger, to Petronilla, relict of Robert le Bacheler of the same, of all his right in land in Assheby Leger, part lying on Eltherslade, and part upon 'le Ston.' Wednesday after the Exaltation [of the Holy Cross], 13 Edward III. Injured.|
|[Warw.]||A. 6354. Grant by John de Dufford, knight, lord of Schreueleye, to Thomas Lovekyn of Schreueleye, of all the lands and tenements in Schreueleye, which Walter Lovekyn, father of the said Thomas, formerly held. Saturday after St. Hilary, 5 Edward II. Portion of seal of arms, defaced.|
|[Warw.]||A. 6355. Grant by Hugh, son and heir of Bartholomew de Beausale, to Thomas Lovekyn of Schreueleye, and Anabilia, the grantor's sister, of all his goods and chattels in Schreueleye and in all his tenements. Wednesday the feast of St Wolstan, 5 Edward II.|
|[Hants.]||A. 6356. Acquittance by Mark Bonseignor, partner and proctor of Galiasius de Uzzano, merchant of the Alberti of Florence, to the prior of St. Swythun's, Winchester, sub-collector of the triennial tenth granted to the King by the clergy in the archdeaconry of Winchester, for 500l. received from the said prior of the assignment of the King. Winchester, III. Kal. March, A.D. 1339. Cancelled. Seal.|
|[Calais.]||A. 6357. Grant by Richard Levette, burgess of Calais, and Avice his wife, to Thomas Byngeley, soldier (solderio), of Calais, William Halle, William Redyng, and John Galleway, burgesses and soldiers of the same, of all their lands and tenements, &c. in Calais. Witnesses:—William Orwell, mayor of Calais, and others (named), aldermen of the same, &c., 15 July, 1 Henry VI. Two seals, and portion of seal of mayoralty of Calais.|
|[Dorset.]||A. 6358. Acquittance by brother Walter, prior of Wast of the Cluniac order, for 7½ marks received from Sir Adam de Stratone, clerk, due on the feast of St. John the Baptist last passed, of the farm of the rents of the said priory which the said Adam holds for his life in England. Morrow of Michaelmas, A.D. 1281.|
|A. 6359. Letters patent by the King, granting to Hugh le Despenser, whatever belongs to the King for certain trespasses said to have been com- mitted by John le Harpur in hunting, &c. in royal and other forests, parks, and warrens within the kingdom. Westminster, 12 March, 33 Edward I. Portion of great seal and counterseal.|
|A. 6360. Bond by Robert Beamount, clerk, and John Wygmore, 'gentilman,' to Ralph, lord of Cromwell, treasurer of England, for 51s. 2d. to be paid at Easter next. 14 March, 16 Henry VI. Two seals.|
|[Sussex.]||A. 6361. Counterpart release by brother Miles the prior, and the convent of Lewes, to John son of Simon de Molendino, and to his issue, of their bond-service (jugum servitutis), &c. and also grant to the said John of all the land, with a water-mill, which the said Simon and John formerly held in villenage of the releasors' hide of Haldelee; by 9s. rent and suit every three weeks at the releasors' court of Hymberhorne. Lewes, Saturday before St. Edmund, King and martyr, A.D. 1272.|
|Warw.||A. 6362. Memoranda as to the manors of Lodbrok and Toneworth and the suit against Catesby by Lewis [Cardigan] and Alice and William Hathewyc, and intended to show that the said manors were not held in fee tail: reference is made to deeds by Sir Henry de Lodbrok and by Sir John, his son, &c., &c. French.|
|Bedf.||A. 6363. Counterpart demise by John Chamber and John Cole, clerks, William Gower, 'gentylman,' William Hoggeson, George Patenson, and William Bromley, yeomen, feoffees in trust with others, now deceased, of the lands, &c., in Wylden, of Thomas Lucy, knight, deceased, late son and heir of Edward Lucy, deceased, to Thomas Hardyng, the said Thomas Lucy's 'bayly,' of Wylden, and to Margaret his wife, for their lives, in pursuance of the said Thomas Lucy's will, and at the special request of Dame Eliza- beth Lucy, late the wife of the said Thomas Lucy, and now wife of Richard Verney, esquire, and executrix of the said Thomas Lucy's will, and also at the request of the said Thomas Hardyng and Margaret his wife, of all the farm of Wylden, with the lands, &c. occupied by him at the time of making the said will. 26 February, 22 Henry VIII. Two seals.|
|[Warw.]||A. 6364. Release by Edith, late the wife of John de Arderne, of Belteserte, to Sir Hugh de Brauntestone, of all her right of dower through the death of her said late husband, for which the said Hugh has given her a quarter of corn. Sunday after St. Alphege, 20 Edward [I].|
A. 6365. Bond by William Ichyngton and Thomas Perkyns of
Weylton, husbandmen, to Thomas Lucy, knight, and Dame Elizabeth, his
wife, for 5l., to be paid at the feast of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary next
coming. 22 June, 15 Henry VIII. Seal and fragment of seal.
Endorsed in English: Condition of above bond, witnessing that if the above bounden William and Thomas make a sufficient estate to the said Thomas and Elizabeth in a messuage with a garden in Weylton, which the said William had of the gift of William Perkyns, of the same town, deceased, then the above bond shall be void.
|Kent.||A. 6366. Sale by Nicholas the prior, and the convent, of Christ- church within Aldgate, London, to Henry Marten of Lesnes, alias Erythe, for two years and a half, of all their woods, bushes, and thorns, &c., with all the tithe of the same, growing in a wood or grove called 'the Grete Sprynge,' belonging to the parsonage of Lesnes and Erythe, and adjoining a great field called 'Mill Feld,' the heath called 'Northumberlond hethe,' and a heath called 'Uxlow hethe.' 10 March, 21 Henry VIII. English.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 6367. Grant by Robert del Hul of Weleton, to Richard son of Martin Lovel, of the same, of land in Weleton, part under Hali Welle, part under Beruen, part on Langa furlong, part at Wey Tuesel, part at Rode Welle linch, part under Wilien, part on Herdeberue. and part at Storces. Witnesses:—Henry Tywe, Robert Ace, and others (named). Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 6368. Grant by Richard Golafre of Wafford, to Master Henry de Bray, of 2s. yearly rent from a fourth part of Miklecroft and Leycroft in Weltone. Witnesses:—Eustace de Burneb', John de Davintre, Nicholas de Craunford, and others (named). Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 6369. Grant by John Brome of Lappeworth, and Margery his wife, to Sir Thomas Burdet, knight, Thomas Creuwe, Robert Burdet, John de Aston, chaplain, and John Attegrene, of Lappeworth, of ail their lands and tenements, &c., in Lappeworth, Henleye, Stodleye, Beldesert, and Kyngeswode. Wednesday after St. Matthias the Apostle, 9 Henry IV. Two seals.|
|[Warw.]||A. 6370. Grant by Roger Boleyn of Hinkeleye, to William Sweyn of Bulkynton, and Agnes his daughter, and her heirs, of two tofts with land adjoining in Bulkynton, and further grant of all Roger's land, &c., in the same. Wednesday in Easter Week, 15 Edward II. Portions of seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 6371. Grant by Richard Lovel of Weleton, to Richard Martin of the same, of a half acre of land in Weleton lying at 'le Weytuesel.' Monday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 5 Edward II.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 6372. Grant by John Malory of Welton, and Thomas Orchard of the same, brother of Richard Muleward of Throp, to Joan Warde, wife of John Warde of Welton, and daughter of John Smyth late of Welton, in tail, of a messuage in Welton, and lands, part lying by Assheby weie, part at Maythewhethur, part at Mikelwell, part abutting 'into' Alienesslade weie, part on 'Dedchurll,' part lying 'Incokkesmede,' part abutting 'into the Plassh,' part on Hiwiliene, part abutting 'into' Smethemede, and part at Fulfurthe, &c., with remainders in tail, to Thomas Smyth, brother of the said Joan, and reversion to the grantors to dispose of the premises for the souls of all the faithful deceased. Thursday after Michaelmas, 11 Henry IV. Two seals, one armorial, broken.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 6373. Grant by William Turnour, chaplain, and John Asser of Daventre, to John Malory of Welton by Daventre, and Sir Simon, the chaplain there, of all the lands and tenements, &c., in Welton, which they lately had of the grant of Thomas Smyth, son of John Smyth, late of Welton, who formerly had them of the grant of the said John Malory and of Thomas Orchard. Saturday before St. Martin in the winter, 2 Henry V. Two seals.|
|[Warw.]||A. 6374. Grant by Henry Sampson of Coventre, to Isabella his sister, and to Alice her daughter, of a curtilage in Covintre, by the church of St.Nicholas, adjoining the high road to . . . . temor. Witnesses:— Robert de Chiltun, Alexander de Sutun, and others (named).|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 6375. Grant by William de Berneston,vicar of the church of Esseby Legers, to Henry Engelond of Welton, for his life, of land in Welton, adjoining a tenement of John, vicar of Welton, and other land there, parts being respectively on Langeforlong, Cleyforlong, Schorte Cleyforlong, Crokke Hoo, Dunstale, Under Hoo, Boneswelleweye, Mikelwelle, Redwelle- lynches, part at 'le Grundel,' part in Smethemede, and part in Smalbrok, which land the grantor lately had of the grant of Henry Leyr of Welton; the present grantee to have possession on condition of dwelling with the said Leyr, as his servant, during the life of the said Leyr, except for two days in each month; the said Leyr to supply the grantee with suitable food and drink, with other covenants between the said Leyr and the grantee; the premises to remain, in fee, to the said Leyr after the grantee's death. Sunday after the Purification, 14 Richard II. Portion of seal, defaced.|
|[Warw.]||A. 6376. Grant by Robert de Busseby of Coventre, to Geoffrey Austyn of Hulle, of Coventre, tanner, of free ingress and egress with horses and carts, &c. to all Geoffrey's tenements in Wymondeslane, Coventry, by all the void plot of land between the grantor's tenement and the running water called 'Shirebourn.' Witnesses:—William Luffe, mayor of Coventre, and others (named). Monday after St. Lawrence the martyr, 21 Edward III. Seal, defaced.|
|[Warw.]||A. 6377. Grant by Simon son of Simon Bertulmeu of Hatton, to Elias de la Grene of the same, of land in Hatton, part lying on the tillage called 'Benhul,' extending to Benhulsclad, part on the same tillage extending from 'le Wellebrok' to Benhulsclade, part on the tillage called 'Middelfurlonk,' adjoining 'le Havedwey,' part on the tillage called 'Thornhul,' extending to Ulmeresiche, part upon Nepfurlonk by Herne- havedes, extending from Fildenewey towards Kurlyesgrove, and part on Mulnebrokfurlonk, extending from land formerly held by the prior of Stodleye, as far as 'in le Mulnebroc' Witnesses:—Simon de la Grene of Hatton, William de Alveston of the same, and others (named). Portion of seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 6378. Grant by Alice, daughter of John le Buckemongere, of Coventre, widow, to John Abbot of Coventre, of a moiety of a messuage with a curtilage [in Coventre], paying 3s. yearly, at the four terms usual in Coventre. Coventre, Tuesday after the nativity of the Virgin Mary, 30 Edward I. Seal.|
|[Glouc.]||A. 6379. Grant by John Badmynton of Thornbury, and Agatha his wife, to William Adams of the same, of two messuages in Thornbury, adjoining the field called 'le Judelond.' 12 June, 7 Henry VII. Two seals, one broken.|
|[Warw.]||A. 6380. Demise by Robert Catesby, esquire, and John Wattson, rector of the church of Rodburne, to John Derby of Ascote, for his life, of a messuage in Ascote, and of all their other lands, &c. in Ascote and Olde Hodenhille. Witnesses:—William Peyto and Edward Doddyngsell, knights, and others (named). 10 October, 30 Henry VI. Portions of two seals.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 6381. Grant by John son of Henry the clerk of Brauntiston, to Thomas son of Peter de Branntiston, of a plot [of land] in Brantiston. Witnesses:—William the clerk of Brauntiston, Roger de Falclive. and others (named). Copy.|
|[Warw.]||A. 6382. Grant by William son and heir of John de Teynton of Coventre, to Robert de Teynton, his brother, of all his lands and tenements in Coventre and Harnhale near Coventre, inherited from his father, viz. a tenement without Bishop's Bar in Coventre, in the street of St. Ni [cholas], and a small moor in Coventre adjoining the moor called 'Penymor,' also land in the tillage called 'Pykedeperefeld' in the same town, and land in Harnhale adjoining the running water of Quenettesforde and the high road from Coventre to Bulkyntone. Tuesday the feast of St. Mark the Evangelist. 35 Edward I.|
|[Berks.]||A. 6383. Grant, by Master John de Hildesle, to Ralph de Weghe[nholt], and, in tail, to Matilda his wife, of a messuage, land, and rent, in Esgarston, Asshebury, and Southfalle, with remainders in tail male, successively to John son of Adam de Wyleby of Thingden, Philip le Parker and Alice his wife, and John atte Welle and Agnes his wife, and reversion in fee to the grantor. Weghenholt, 20 August, 9 Edward III. Seal, defaced.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 6384. Demise by William Broke, Martin Evermond, Philip Franketon, and John Broke, to Simon Snowe, for his life, of all the lands and tenements &c. in Helyden in the parish of Catesby, which the grantors formerly had of the grant of the said Simon. Thursday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 16 Richard II. Four seals.|
|[Salop.]||A. 6385. Demise by Richard Archer of Appeley, esquire, to Stephen Rowlowe of Rowlowe, John Townesende, and John Elkoc, of Alvescote, for nine years, of four pastures in the lordship of Stokton called respectively 'Churchemere lesewe,' 'Cullunhurne,' 'le Knolle,' and 'le Brodelewe. Michaelmas day, 27 Henry VI. Three seals.|
|N'hamp.||A. 6386. Grant by Robert de Catesby, to dame Emma de Catesby, his mother, for her life, of all the lands and tenements &c. in Assheby Legere and Watford, which he had of her gift. Thursday after St. Martin, 2 Henry V. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 6387. Grant by William son of Richard Herbert of Thoneworth, to William his son, and Alice Thone, of land, part lying between the road from Gorcotehulle to the church of Solyhull, and the land called 'Clerkes- lond,' and part adjoining the high road from Beoleye to Warwick, and the high road called 'le Cause'; with reversion to the grantor, if the grantees predecease him. Witnesses:—John le Archer, Richard de Folewode, and others (named).|
|[Warw.]||A. 6388. Release by John son of Ralph le Chapmans, of Great Derset, to William le Clerc of Geydone, and Joan his wife, of all his right in 1lb. of cummin, yearly rent from a tenement in Lemynton Priors, and in all the rent from another tenement in the same. Monday after Michaelmas, 19 Edward II. Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 6389. Demise by John Mallore, knight, lord of Welton, and Joan his wife, to Richard son of John Smyth of the same, and Agnes his wife, for their lives, and a year over, of a plot with buildings and land there, part on Thornhul, part by 'le Olde Siche,' part in Kuereslade, part on Thornwellehul, part extending 'into Brandestone weye,' part behind Wakelowe, part extending 'into Hye stret,' part 'atte Shellen,' part on Brokkesforlong, part in Cokkeles mede, parts on Shorte Depedale and Depedale le Longe, part on Eodewelle lynche, part above Eodemor, part on Ademanforlong, part 'atte Grundel,' part 'atte Quechefen,' part on Fayrborou, part 'into Dedemorweye,' part 'into Boneswelle,' part under 'le Hoo,' part 'atte Carteresleyes,' part on Langeforlong, part on Five- akres, part on Tonstal, part in Smethemede and part in 'le Netheremede.' Sunday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 39 Edward III.|
A. 6390. Bond by Thomas le Masun of Derset, chaplain, and Thomas
Bertram of Wylluby, to William le Clerk of Geydone, for 20l. which sum
they have received from him to trade with for his profit, to be paid at Great
Derset on the feast of St. Margaret the Virgin next. Great Derset, Friday,
Midsummer day, 19 Edward III. Seal.
Attached: Grant by the said William that if he and his heirs are not disturbed by the said Thomas Bertram, Edith his wife, or John their son, in the possession of his tenements in Great Derset which certain persons, named, hold of him, then the above bond shall be void. Friday, Mid- summer day, 19 Edward III. Portion of seal. Two skins.
|Kent. N'hamp. Surrey.||
A. 6391. Bond by Thomas Sellyng of Hithe, co. Kent, 'yeman,'
Richard Tibbay, of the county of Northampton, 'gentilman,' and Robert
Audele of Suthwerk, co. Surrey, 'yeman,' to the king, for 40l. to be paid
at Whitsuntide next. 1 April, 10 Henry V. Portions of two seals.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond witnessing that if the said Thomas shall keep the peace &c. then the above bond shall be void.
|[Warw.]||A. 6392. Grant by Simon son of Simon Bertulmeu, of Hatton, to Simon son of Hugh, of the same, in free marriage with Alice, the grantor's sister, of land in Hatton, part called 'le Gorebrodehalfacre,' lying on the tillage called 'Longerug,' and extending from 'le Vildenewey' to the road called 'le Havedwey' which leads to Couwemor, and part lying on the tillage called 'le Medwefurlong.' Witnesses:—John Sifled, William de Alveston, and others (named). Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 6393. Demise by Richard son of Henry le Campioun of Weleton, to Henry his father, and Agnes his mother, for fifty years, of a house &c. in Weleton, with the reversions of all lands and tenements in the same, all which his said father gave to him. Whit Sunday, 8 Edward II.|
A. 6394. Grant by Alice, daughter of Ralph called the merchant, of
Great Dercet, to John her brother, of a messuage in Dercet which she had
of the grant of her said father, and of a plot of land adjoining, which her
said father had of the grant of Sir John de Sulleye. Witnesses:—Sir John
de Knyttecote, rector of the church of Saxham, and others (named).
Friday the feast of St. James, the Apostle, 14 Edward II.
Endorsed: 'Con [cessio] Alic[ie] le Chapman.' 'Scriptum Alicie le Chapman alias Raulynes . . . . .'
|[N'hamp.]||A. 6395. Demise by Thomas Ryvell of Bukby, to Agnes Ryvell of the same, his mother, for her life, of a messuage called 'Floresplace' in Bukby, with land and pasture for one cow in the grantor's pastures in Bukby, part of the said land lying by Haddon Wey, part in Dowelslade, part at Barowhegge, part by Dernewey, and part on Rokwelhyll; with further grant of a yearly rent of 8 marks from three tenements, one called 'Halle Place'; the grantor to give the grantee, yearly, for her life, a cartload of hay at the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula. 24 May, 38 Henry VI. Seal.|
|A. 6396. Letters patent by Edward, eldest son of the king, to Bar- tholomew Verdiere, of Arraz, burgess of Bray, acknowledging that he is indebted to him for a loan of 3,800 livres Parisis, received by the hands of Sirs Henry of Almain, his kinsman, and Hugh le Bygod, to be repaid at Arraz on Midsummer day next. Winchester, 21 September, 49 [Henry III.]. Fragment of seal.|
|London||A. 6397. Demise by Ralph the prior, and the convent, of the Holy Trinity, London, to William de Manhale, citizen of London, of land in the parish of the Holy Trinity the Great, London. Witnesses:—Richer de Refham, mayor of London, Simon Corp and Peter de Blakeneye, sheriffs of the same, Thomas Sely, alderman of the ward, and others (named). 3 April, A.D. 1811.|
|London.||A. 6398. Grant by Adam Wade, citizen of London, to William de Manhale, citizen of London, of land with houses built thereon, which he had of the feoffment of Laurence le Tylere, son and heir of Edmund le Bedel, and of William de Suffolk, citizen and potter of London, in the parish of St. Catherine within Alegate, London; paying 6s. yearly to the prior and convent of the Holy Trinity, London, and a rose at Midsummer to the grantor. Witnesses:—Elias Russel, mayor of London, John de Armentiers and Henry de Fingrie, sheriffs, and others (named). Monday after the Apostles Philip and James, 28 Edward I. Fragment of seal.|
|London.||A. 6399. Grant by Laurence le Tylere, son and heir of Edmund le Bedel, late citizen of London, to Adam Wade, citizen of the same, of land with houses built thereon in the parish of St. Catherine within Alegate, London; rendering yearly a clove of gilly flower at Christmas, to the grantor, and 6s. to the prior and convent of the Holy Trinity, London. Witnesses:—Sir John le Breton, warden of the city of London, Henry Box and Richard de Glovernia, sheriffs, William de Hereford, alderman of the ward, and others (named). Friday before St. Barnabas, 23 Edward I., A.D. 1295. Seal.|
A. 6400. (1.) Grant by Eustace Golafre of Wattforde, to Henry de
Tewe, of Welleton, of all his arable land in Leycroft and Mechelecroft
lying without Welleton. Witnesses:—Sir Robert Mallore, and others
(named). One skin.
(2.) Copy, nearly in duplicate, of above grant; also: Grant by Henry Campion of Welton, to John de Tewe of the same, of 6d. yearly rent from a house with a curtilage, in Welton. Sunday the feast of the Apostles Philip and James, 10 Edward II. Copy. One skin.