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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|[Cornw]||A. 8501. Feoffment by Osbert lord of Landa to Thomas (?) de Landa his brother, for his homage and service, of a ferling of land in Kinhavod (?) . . . . Witnesses:—. . . . . Pain de Trewellec, . . . ., Thomas de Hendre.|
|[Salop.]||A. 8502. Feoffment by Simon son of Roger le Schepeheorde of Styvynton to Roger de la Seete of 2a. land in Styvynton, ½a. on 'Bromp- thulle' between land of Walter le Bayly and Edmund Androw and extend- ing from land of John de la More to 'le Hebstret'; ½a. on 'Kottelond' between land of Roger Robardes and late formerly Roger Foliot's and extending from land of John de la More to land of the said John; ½a. in 'le Reye' between land of John de la More and the tillage (culturam) called' Stengford 'and extending from land of Robert of Richards Castle (de castro Ricardi) to 'Marrescallesmedwe'; ½a. in the same 'Reye' between land of Roger le Walsch and Roger Robardes and extending from land of Robert of Richards Castle to land formerly Walter Miller's (molendinarii). Witnesses:—Peter de Greote and others (named). Styvynton, Monday after St. Ethelbert, 14 Edward III. Seal, broken.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8503. Grant by John de Hyrnaus (?) to Walter Antr' (?) of the wardship and marriage of Marina and Eleanor daughters and heirs of John de Ca [rn] ergh (?) with the custody of lands &c. in . . . . . . and Killyfachlos (?) . . . . . Dated at Penryn, Saturday after St. George . . . .|
|[Norf.]||A. 8504. Grant by Katharine late the wife of Clement de Plumstede that, whereas Roger Martyn of Schipedene had agreed to pay her yearly till the lawful age of Anne daughter and heir of the said Clement the yearly service he was accustomed to render to the said Clement for the tenements he held of him in Schipenden and had attorned to her therefor, she would acquit him against all men by reason of the said payment. Feast of the Purification, 7 Edward II. Witnesses:—Robert de Eggemere and others (named).|
|[Linc.]||A. 8505. Release by Simon son of Philic[ia] of Aswardby to Henry atte Stanes of Aswardby of his right in a messuage and bovate of land there formerly of Philip Shephird of the same. Sunday after St. Thomas the Apostle, 81 Edward III.|
|[Norf.]||A. 8506. Feoffment by Geoffrey son of William de Sudwode to William de Wendlinge, clerk, for his homage and service and 15s., of 2a. arable in Fransham between the new ditch of the said William at 'Sudwodewong' and land of Walter Finch, and abutting on land of Richard son of Isabel and his, Geoffrey's, grove; rendering 2½d. yearly. Witnesses:—Sir Gilbert de Fransham, Sir Reginald de Dunham and Sir Saer de Frivilla, and others (named).|
|[Bedf.]||A. 8507. Feoffment by Henry Paas of Suthgivele to John Gacelin, lord of Suthgivele and Alice his wife and his heirs of four messuages with crofts adjacent in 'le Westende' of Suthgivele, with three crofts in 'Struntenorde'; also of 22a. arable with the meadow and pasture adjacent as they lie dispersed (per particulas) in the fields and meadows of Suthgivele; also of 2s. rent from Simon de Craunfeld for the tenement formerly William Komber's and of the rent and service of Mariota le Wilde. Suthgivele, Monday the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross, 15 Edward II.|
|Bedf. Herts.||A. 8508. Feoffment by John Enderby of Stratton, co. Bedford, the elder, esquire [and Thomas Aylbern of Holme, struck out], to Master Thomas Kent, clerk of the King's Council, John Fitz, John Stanford the elder, Thomas Berford, John and Thomas Fulburn, William atte Wode, Richard Wright and William Austyn, of the lands &c. in the towns and fields of Nether Hoo, Mepersale, Pullanger and Clyfton, co. Bedford and co. Herts, which the said John Enderby lately had, together with Robert Grey of Ruthyn and others by the gift and feoffment of John Breton the elder. Witnesses:— John Botiller of Mepersale, Walter Halybrede, rector of the church of Clyfton, Walter Lound of Shefford, John Bromham of Clyfton, John Foster of the same. Dated at [Clyfton struck out] 'le Hoo,' 21 January, 23 Henry VI.|
A. 8509. Indenture, being a grant by Robert Crane of Schipedene
to Robert Tebauld of the same of 32d. yearly rent, from him and his
heirs for a messuage formerly John Mayessone's which the said Robert
gave him by charter, lying in Schipedene between land of Thomas Berd
and Edmund Sad. Saturday after the Purification, 42 Edward III beginning.
Endorsed: John Drapere.
|Brecon.||A. 8510. Feoffment by Thomas son of John Smyth and Margery daughter of the said John and Alison verch Hoel, late wife of the said John, to Hoel Paynot and Gwenllian verch Vredud his wife of a burgage in the suburbs of the town of Brecon (Brechonie) between the burgage of Morgan ap David ap Hoel and the burgage late of John Kyw the elder and extending from the street leading from the upper gate of the town to the stone bridge over the Honddu (Hothny) to the Honddu (usque ad aquam de Hothny). Witnesses:—John Jozce, bailiff of the town of Brecon, Hugh Dylewyn, under bailiff, Rees ap Jevaun ap David Owyn, Lyweline Webbe, William Parson. 10 August, 24 Henry VI.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8511. Feoffment by Roger son and heir of William Gynorym (?) to John de Lym and the heirs of his body, of a place of land in Porthencrous next Porthenis, by service of a grain of pepper at Michaelmas. Witnesses:— Richard de Trevungleith (?), John Vivian of Trevudrim, Roger Chauntecler, . . . . de Botesana, John Fraunceys, clerk. Porthenis, morrow of the Nativity of the B.V.M., 15 Edward II.|
|[Linc.]||A. 8512. Feoffment by John Kelpyn of Aswardby to Sir John Wad rector of the church of Aswardby, Sir Roger Gonne of Aswardby, chaplain, and John de Northorp of Sausthorp, of his messuage and all his lands and tenements in Aswardby, with all his goods and chattels therein. The day of St. Agatha the Virgin and Martyr, A.D. 1367.|
|A. 8513. Feoffment by Richard Grove to Robert—, at 6s. 8d. rent, of land &c. in Grove. Witnesses:—John Cotell, the elder, John Cotell, the younger, William Coulecote, . . . . . . . . Midsummer . . . . Henry VI. Damaged.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8514. Indenture, being a grant by John de Wylygton, lord of Lla[nte]glos, to Odo Schore, of the attachment (attachiamentum) of the weir of his, the said Odo's, fulling mill, to his, the said John's, land of Trevyda; to hold the same by the rent of 6d. yearly; if Odo wished to turn his fulling to a corn mill, John to be free to break and quash the said attachment. Witnesses:—Richard de Hywhys, knight, John de Gylg[a]tz, Thomas de Kyllyou, John de Kylmenond, William Pen. . . . Dated at Womberlegh, Thursday before Midsummer, 5 Edward III.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8515. Feoffment by Sebilla daughter of David de Tredyn to John de Treuarthian and Isabel his wife of all his lands in Dynas of Tredyn; to hold to them and the heirs of the body of the said John, by service of a grain of corn for all service. Witnesses:—John Cantrebi, William de Kaerou, Thomas Cantrebi, Roger de Treneglos, John Jurdan of Tredyn. Tredyn, Tuesday after St. Philip and St. James, 1 Edward III.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8516. Feoffment by Sir William de Botrell to Thomas Trenbethou of all his land in Trenbethou with the sites of the mills and their streams (bedis) and ponds with all other liberties and easements thereto belonging, rendering 6d. yearly . . . . . . Damaged.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8517. Release by Thomas de Guael to John de Treuardhian and Isabel his wife of his right in three acres English of land in a croft called Tovenles, and in three acres English of land in Guaelguardha with all their appurtenances dry and wet enclosed or not (in sicco et humido infra clausum et extra in omnibus suis locis). Witnesses:—Peter de Kemyel, John de Kellerion, P. . . . de Lannerg, William de Tredigember, Alfred the Leech (Aluredo medico). Dated at Marghasyou, Monday after St. Gregory the Pope, 13 Edward II.|
|[Linc.]||A. 8518. Feoffment by William Fychet of Sausthorp to John Kelpyn of Aswardby of a selion of arable in the south field of Aswardby in 'le Hays' abutting on Sausthorp marsh and land of Sausthorp church. The feast of St. Augustin the Bishop, A.D. 1360.|
A. 8519. Indenture, being a feoffment by Robert Tebaud of
Schippeden to Robert Oldman of Thurton of a place of land in Schippeden
lying at Crowemere between a path on the east and land of the said Robert,
which he assigned to his tenants for free ingress and egress, on the west;
rendering 3s. 6d. yearly to him and his heirs. Wednesday after the
Purification, 23 Edward III.
Endorsed: Modo Jacobus Candelman.
|[Salop.]||A. 8520. Counterpart of demise by Thomas Gryme of Seete and Margaret his wife to Agnes late the wife of Walter Lochard for her life of 6a. arable in Seete in the field, towards Lodelowe, 3a. lying together under 'Wyneyordhull' between land of the prior of the Hospital of St. John the Baptist of Lodelowe on either side; the fourth acre called 'le Pyke acre' on 'Wyneyordhull' between land of Roger Fox and the stream from the spring called 'Greote Walle'; and two chief acres (acre capitales) lying together at 'Greote Walle' between land of Roger Fox, formerly William Parys' and land of the said Thomas Gryme and Roger Fox. 16 March, 36 Henry VI. Seal, broken.|
|[Chesh.]||A. 8521. Release by William de Byrtles to Simon son of Roger de Northhedis of all the land he had in the town of Timperley of Richard son of Henry Hayrun, to wit two assarts with appurtenances; for greater security he had delivered to the said Simon the charter of feoffment he had of the said Richard. Witnesses:—Sir Geoffrey de Dutton, and others (named).|
|[Norf.]||A. 8522. Release by Clement son of James de Plumstede to Robert son of Hugh Tebaud of Shipedene of his right in 8s. 5d. rent in Shipedene which the said Hugh bought by charter of the said James, viz. from Roger son of Robert Martyn 6s. 3d.; from Alan son of Hugh Tebaud for his tenement formerly of Roger son of William Martyn 2s. 2d. Sunday after St. Gregory the Pope, 4 Edward III, beginning.|
|[Wilts.]||A. 8523. Indenture of demise by John Gostelin of Bysshopestrewe to Walter de Wyk of pasturage on Ox Hill (super montem Boum) called 'le Twange,' from Michaelmas then next for 26 years at 12d. rent due on the Invention of the Holy Cross; consideration, 36s. sterling paid before- hand. Bysshopestrewe, Sunday the feast of St. Lawrence, 9 Edward II.|
|[Lanc.]||A. 8524. Feoffment by Roger de Burgh son of Matthew de Burgh in Lonesdale to Hugh Ferraunt, chaplain, and Gilbert son of John de Thorneton of the manors of Over Burgh and Nethur Burgh with the water and fulling mills (aquaticis et fullareticis) to the said manors belonging, and all his lordship with lands, tenements and all its appurtenances in the town of Lek, with an enclosure called 'Fagherthwayt' &c. Witnesses:— Sir John de Haryngton, Sir Henry de Croft, Sir John de Hooton, knights. Burgh aforesaid, Sunday after All Hallows, 18 Edward II.|
|[Heref.]||A. 8525. Release by Maurice Taillour of Webbeleye to William Haukyns, chaplain, and William Mymme of his right in a messuage in Webbeleye in the street leading from the High Street 'in le Medewestrete,' situate between land of St. Mary the Virgin on one side and land of John Newport on the other, and abutting on land of John Gaston and on the highway; which messuage he, together with the said William and William, had by the gift and feoffment of Walter Drayton, late vicar of Webbeley, Richard Aleyns, priest, and John Bolte. 20 October, 13 Henry VI.|
|[Chesh.]||A. 8526. Letter of attorney by William son of Richard de Bulkylegh of Chedle to William de Bulkylegh of Chorlegh to deliver seisin of the manor of Tympurlegh to Philip Phippe according to his charter thereof. Tympur- legh, Saturday after St. Philip and St. James the Apostles, 45 Edward III.|
|[Suff.]||A. 8527. Indenture, being the defeasance of two charters of feoff- ment of even date, by the first of which, John Archer the younger and Joan his wife, of Sudbury, late of Neylond, John Archer the elder of Sud- bury and John Hyde of Neylond, enfeoffed James Smyth of Neylond, Stephen Smyth his son, John Reynham the elder, Henry Lyghtskyrt, Thomas Taillour, Thomas Roos, the elder, John Roote, ' clothmaker,' John Vigerous and Thomas Hamond, 'fuller,' of Neylond, of a tenement in the town of Neylond, between the tenement formerly John Josep's late John Balston's and the barn and garden, late John Balston's, afterwards Robert Clerk's, on one side, and the pond from the fulling mill towards 'le Common fen' on the other, one head abutting on the highway from Col- chester to Stoke on the west and the other on John Balston's garden, as above; and by the second of which the said John Archer the younger and John Hach the elder, of Sudbury, enfeoffed the said persons of two other tenements in Neylond adjoining that above mentioned; if the said James Smyth paid 40l. to the said John Archer the younger, viz. 20l. at Easter next and the like at the following Easter, the said feoffments and seisin had thereon to stand good, otherwise to be void. Neylond, 5 June, 7 Henry VII.|
|[Linc.]||A. 8528. Demise by Richard Pynchebek son of Thomas Pynchebek, Richard Welby son of Roger Welby, Athelard Welby, parson of the church of Surflete, and John Edlyngton, vicar of the church of Pynchebek, to Margaret late the wife of John Copuldyk, son of William Copuldyk, esquire, Thomas Bawde, esquire, of Haddam, co. Hertford, and Ralph Pynchebek,' vicar of the church of Weston, of the manor of Haryngton, a water-mill called ' Stubwathmyll,' a meadow called 'Igneys' and certain lands and tenements called 'Philypotlanddes' in Haryngton and Aswardby, together with lands &c., services of free and bond &c. to the said manor belong- ing in Haryngton, Aswardby, Bagendyrby, Langton, Sawsethorp, Sotyrby, Dalby, Parteney, Braytoft, Irby, Croft, Freskeney, Belysby and Hagworthyngham, which manor &c. they had by the gift and feoffment of the said John Copuldyk, since dceased; to hold to the said Margaret, and the others, for the term of her life, with remainder to the said Richard Pynchebek and the others, for the performance of the last will of the said John Copuldyk. The feast of St. Lawrence, 15 Henry VI. Seals, one of arms (?).|
|[Wilts]||A. 8529. Grant in pure alms by Andrew Giffard, with his body, to the church of St. Mary of Stanley (Stanleia) and the monks there, of the land with a messuage (masuagio) in Sutton, which William Blund (Blundus) held of him; to hold free from all service and exaction, provided however that the said William and his heirs shall hold the same of the House of Stanley by hereditary right, rendering therefore yearly to the said House of Stanley 2s. for all service; also grant to the said monks that they may have for ever six oxen and three cows, quit of herbage, in his pasture, together with his demesne oxen and likewise one bull, and four pigs in his wood, quit of pannage. Witnesses:—Hugh de Temple, canon of Salisbury, Stephen, parson of the church of Tysseb[eri], Thomas de Sutton, Thomas de Dunton, chaplains, John the deacon, Master Thomas of Salisbury, William de Haselden, Peter Giffard, Andrew Baker (pistore), Robert Gale, Robert de Wika, Martin de Norhumberl[and], Roger son of Henry de Derneford.|
|[Salop.]||A. 8530. Release by John son of John Andreu of Stivinton to Sir Richard de Boys, knight, of his right in 5a. land under 'le Wynzord,' in the fee of the said Richard, which his father formerly held of the said Richard. Witnesses:—Henry le Moneter, Robert Agace, Nicholas Eylrich, Henry Forbisur, Nicholas son of Margery, Adam David. Seal, broken.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8531. Feoffment by Luke Skynner of Medeschole to Peter de Nanspian of a garden with a piece of land in the town of Medeschole next the close of St. Abbyn's heirs on the west; to hold for his, Luke's, life, by the rent of a grain of pepper for the first ten years and thereafter at 2s. yearly, and, after his death, of the chief lords of the fee by the services due and accustomed; consideration 20s. paid beforehand. Witnesses:—Thomas Woun, Peter Fowy, Henry Helvos. Dated at Eglos Enoder, 12 November, 3 Henry V.|
|[York, W.R.]||A. 8532. Feoffment by Robert son of Thomas son of Juliana de Burton in Lonesdal to John son of Robert de Holm of that portion of land which he had of the gift of Thomas son of Hugh de Burton, in Burton between the tenement of Thomas son of John le Calfhurd and the tenement of William son of Thomas de Wyghale. Witnesses:—Thomas de Thornton and others (named). Burton in Lonesdale, Thursday before Christmas, 10 Edward II.|
|[Norf.]||A. 8533. Feoffment by James son of William Clement of Plumstede to Hugh Tebald of Schipedene of 8s. 5d. rent, viz. 6s. 3d. from the heirs of Roger son of Robert Martin, and 2s. 2d. from the heirs of Roger son of William Martin of Schipedene. Dated at Torpmarch, Tuesday after St. James the Apostle, 11 Edward II. Witnesses:—Simon de Felebrigg and others (named).|
|[Norf.]||A. 8534. Feoffment by Alice elder daughter of Nicholas de Scrouteby to Lawrence atte Sea (ad mare) of Scrouteby, for his homage and service, of a messuage 11a. land in Scrouteby lying in seven pieces (described). Witnesses:—Nicholas Clere and others (named).|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8535. Indenture being a feoffment by John Seynt Aubyn to Henry Whyte and Joan his wife of a messuage and an acre of land Cornish in the town Trevell, toll of the tin (tollonet' stanni) forthcoming there excepted, by 12s. . . . . rent and suit of court twice a year, viz. to the two courts (curias legales) in the manor of Brongolou; with remainder after the death of the said Henry and Joan to John son of the said Henry and heirs of his body, with remainder in default to himself and his heirs. Witnesses:—Thomas Trevaygnon, John Tresythny, John Losquyt, Thomas Stymgongar, Henry Wytte, clerk. Dated at. Argalles, Saturday after St. Augustine, 18 Henry IV. Seal.|
|[Somers.]||A. 8536. Letter of attorney by Walter Sydenham, esquire, to Simon White and Robert Oldelond, to deliver seisin to Alexander Sydenham, esquire, George Sydenham and Richard Lane of the lordship of Aysshe- britall and the advowson of the church of the same, according to the form and effect of his writing thereof made to them for the term of their lives in survivorship without impeachment of waste. Aysshebritall, 19 March, 14 (?) . . . . Seal, broken.|
A. 8537. Indenture of demise by Thomas St. Aubyn (de Sancto Albino)
to Robert Meddelond, for life, of all [his] messuages and 4a. land English
in the town of Melynewyth and a corn mill in the same town and his
pasture in his wastes of Gonretyr and Gonnilyan and the multure to the
said mill belonging with the stream (beda) and water course of the said mill,
rendering therefor yearly 26s. 8d. Witnesses:—Ralph Clegher, Ralph
Tredenen, John Penkors, Stephen Boswydel, John Nanskelly, clerk. Dated
at Argalles Thursday after St. Augustine, 38 Edward III.
|[Cornw]||A. 8538. Indenture between John Trevarthian of the one part and Hamely Trelegh of the other, being the defeasance of a statute merchant of even date, made before the mayor of Lostwythyel, whereby the said John was bound to the said Hamely in 40l. due on the feast of St. Andrew the Apostle then next; viz. if the said John paid 20 marks on the said feast of St. Andrew, 10 marks on the feast of St. Michael following and 10 marks on the same feast next after that, the recognizance to be void. Written at Marg . . . ., 12 August, 46 Edward III. 'And also this indenture witnesses that the said Hamely has granted and given to the said John Trevarthian the ward of the body of Joan daughter and heir of Master John Penpons for the sum abovesaid.' French.|
|[Berks.]||A. 8539. Feoffment by Richard Suward otherwise called Tournour of Redyng to William Huntyngdon 'glover' of the same, of a tenement in New Street (novo vico), Redyng, in the angle between the lane called 'Goturlane' on the west, and the tenement of Richard Welham formerly John le Brewer's on the east, and extending from New Street to land of the said Richard Welham. Witnesses:—John Clerk, then mayor, Robert Keynes and Alexander Colleshulle, constables, Nicholas Barbur and Walter Baron, bailiffs of Redyng, John White, Robert Morys, John Ferby. Redyng, Saturday in Christmas week, viz. 29 December, 2 Henry V, A.D. 1414. Seal, broken.|
A. 8540. Indenture being a grant by Christina late the wife of
Robert Birecomb, as tenant in tail (tenens in tallia), to Nicholas Birecomb
of all her estate of all her lands &c. in Sandford Arundell, save all her
houses till Hocktide next, a curtilage on the west of the said house, a close
of land containing 4a. lying between the said curtilage and a close of Walter
Paysehey, and two closes of land, containing 8a., called 'Birecomb,' till
Michaelmas next, and a barn at Birrecomb from Michaelmas till the follow-
ing Easter; rent, at Easter 6s. 8d., at Midsummer 10s., at Michaelmas 10s.,
and thereafter for the term of her life 33s. 4d. payable quarterly. Sandford
aforesaid, Friday after St. Hilary, 6 Henry IV.
|[Linc.]||A. 8541. Feoffment by Philip son of William le Clerck of Bagenderby to Sir Thomas his brother, his heirs and assigns, of a bovate of arable, meadow and pasture, which he had by the gift of Robert son of Ralph in the fields of Bagenderby.|
|Salop.||A. 8542. Feoffment by William Hochekys of Ludlowe, 'baker,' to Thomas Gryme of Seete and Margaret his wife of 2a. arable in Wolveley in the fields of Assheford Carbonell, co. Salop, next land late Edmund Sugdon's and the hedge of Nethur Seete 'feeld,' and which lately belonged to Ll[ewelly]n of Steventon. Witnesses:—Nicholas Cresset, bailiff of the town of Ludlowe, Roger Norton, Hugh Stury, John Russell, Richard Laurens. Assheford, 10 May, 10 Edward IV. Seal.|
|Salop.||A. 8543. Feoffment by John Ll[ewelly]n of Cley Felton, 'husbond- man,' and Agnes his wife to William Hochkys of Ludlowe, ' baker,' of 2a. land in Wolveley in the fields of Assheford Carbonell, next land formerly Thomas Carbonell's, and which formerly were of Richard Orleton, late of Ludlowe and which they had by the gift and feoffment of Ll[ewelly]n of Steventon his father. Assheford Carbonell, 16 September, 2 Edward IV. One seal remaining.|
|Salop.||A. 8544. Bond by John Ll[ewelly]n of Cleyfelton, co. Salop, 'husbondman,' to William Hochkys of Ludlowe in the said county, 'baker,' in 40s., due on St. Luke's day next, conditioned for the quiet possession and enjoyment by the said William of 2a. land, as in A. 8543. 28 September, 2 Edward IV. Seal.|
|Salop.||A. 8545. Release by William Hochekes of Ludlowe, 'baker,' to Thomas Gryme of Seete and Margaret his wife of his right in 2a. land in Wolveley in the fields of Assheford Carbonell, next land of Edmund Sugdon and the hedge of Nether Seete 'feld,' which formerly were Thomas Orleton's and which he lately had by the gift and feoffment of John Ll[ewelly]n and Agnes his wife. Witnesses:—Nicholas Cresset, bailiff of the town of Ludlowe, Roger Norton, Hugh Stury, John Russell, Richard Laurens. Assheford Carbonell, 11 May, 10 Edward IV.|
|[Warw.]||A. 8546. Feoffment by William Ludford of Wytherley to William Worshyp, bailiff of Nuneton, of three tenements or cottages in Nuneton in a lane called 'Bachowse lane,' between the tenement now Thomas Home's and the tenement of John Slade and extending from the field called 'Burgage felde' to the weir (gurgitem) called 'Honysiche'; attorney to deliver seisin, John Lacy of Nuneton, 'tayler.' Nuneton, 2 October, 21Henry VIII.|
A. 8547. Feoffment by Mark de St. Mawes (?) (Sancto Manduco) to
John Sansues of Marazion (Parvo Foro) and Joan his wife and the heirs
of . . . . . . of a house in . . . . . . between the tenement of Benedict
son of Henry son of Lawrence of Marazion (Parvo Foro). Witnesses:—
Alan de . . . ., . . . . . Insula, Robert Burwych, Gilbert Clerk
(clerico). Dated at . . . . . . the Apostle . . . . . . Edward II.
Endorsed:—Marshas Bean. Marhasowe.
|[Cornw.]||A. 8548. Bond by Thomas de Trewrgy to John de Trelanbyghan in 20s. whenever and as often as Richard son and heir of Richard de Kestel, his heirs or assigns, should exact any service by reason of a half acre of land in the town of Trewens from the said John, his heirs or assigns; to be paid to the said John on the feast of St. James next, after the exaction of such service with further bond in 10s. to the subsidy of the Holy Land in case of default. Dated at Tre Wrgy, Wednesday after St. Parnel the Virgin, 31 Edward [I].|
|[Linc.]||A. 8549. Indenture of demise by John son of Alan de Cobeldik to John de Benyton and his assigns of a messuage in the town of Konyngesby lying in ' le Wildemore' next the river Wythem, and called 'Deynebothe,' with two weirs and the waters adjacent, viz. with the weir called 'Tynehering' and the weir called 'Swetingbight,' except the place and area lying between two houses situate in the same dwelling (manso) as enclosed by a wall and the Withem; to hold from the feast of the Apostles Philip and James next for eight years, by service of 43s. 4d., sixty geese and sixty 'stikkes' of live eels to be paid to the said master John yearly, viz. the 43s. 4d. quarterly on the feasts of St. Botolph, St. Michael, Christmas and Easter, the geese on the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula, and the eels on the feast of St. Martin in Winter; and if in any of the said eight years so many eels be not taken in the waters and weirs aforesaid, 3d. to be paid for every 'stikke' of eels lacking; should the rent be in arrear it was to be lawful for the said Master John to distrain not only on the said messuage, &c. but on all the lands and tenements the said John then had in the towns of Frampton, Wyberton, Skyrbek, Boston (Sancto Botolpho), Fenne and Benyton; and the said John de Benyton at the end of the said term was to pay to the said Master John, or his executors, twenty old geese (aucas veteres) and four males (anseres) which he received from him at the commencement of the term, and besides these sixty young geese (aucas) on the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula following the said term; he was to keep the messuage and weirs in repair; neither he nor his were to make any waste (notabilem destruccionem), in the grounds (parkis) to the said messuage belonging. Dated at Kirketon, Saturday before the Annunciation, A.D. 1330, 5 Edward III.|
|Salop.||A. 8550. Letter of attorney by John Fyssher, clerk, and prebendary of the prebend of Morvelt in the collegiate church of St. Mary Magdalen of Brygnorth, co. Salop, to Fulk Lee of Brignorth, gentleman, to recover from Humphrey Golston of the same 3l. due to him for arrears of rent of the farm of Morvelt. Dated at Warr', 15 February, 29 Henry VIII. Signed: Per me Johannem Fysshar, clericum.|
|[Essex.]||A. 8551. Feoffment by Richard Pakelesham to John Fynch of Pakelesham, John Codell of the same place the elder, Richard Paternoster of the same and John Thurkild son of William Thurkyld, of a toft and a croft of land containing 6a. land, called 'Perskyns' in the town of Pakelsham, between the rectory of the said town on the west and the land of the lordship of Cherchehalle, called 'Malles,' on the east, one head abutt- ing on land of the manor of Cherchehalle on the north and the other on a lane called 'Malleslane' on the south; also of a piece of the marsh (marisci intrinceci) containing 5a. of marsh called 'Bluncesmersch,' in the parish of Great Stambregge, between the wall (murum) of the manor of Southhalle and the wall of William Paternoster on the east and land of his, the said Richard's, called 'Blunces' on the west, one head abutting on the road from Pakelesham to Ballardesgore on the north and the other on the 'flet' called 'Stanflet' on the south; all of which toft &c. he, together with John Tyrell, Thomas Stambregg, William Coker and the said Codell, had with other things by the grant of William Gray and John Pake, their right wherein the said Tyrell and the others had released to him. Pakelesham, 6 November, 1 Henry VI.|
|[Linc.]||A. 8552. Feoffment by John Bowcher son of William Bowcher of Lower Tyneton and Alice his wife, to Thomas Bailly of Assewardby and Margaret his wife, parents of the said Alice, of all the lands &c. which they had in Assewardby, Haryngton and Hagworthyngham by the demise of Henry Willyamson of Boston, Robert Warde of Leggeburn and Roger Drante of Haryngton, to hold to the said Thomas and Margaret for their lives in survivorship with reversion to the said John and Alice. Aswardby, 23 January, 29 Henry VI.|
|Linc.||A. 8553. Indenture being a feoffment by John Poles of Kyrton in Holand, co. Lincoln, 'gentilman,' to William Dawbeney of Frampton, of a messuage with buildings containing 3a. in Frampton, between land of Nicholas Upton on the north, the common road on the west, Richard Jonyson's land on the south and the highway on the east; also of two places of arable containing 2½a. there, position described; in exchange for land in Kyrton aforesaid, viz., one place of arable at Goldhyll in Kyrton containing 1½a., and land there called 'Brokeland' containing 2a. 27 September, 18 Henry VII.|
|Cornw.||A. 8554. Indenture made at Truru Marche, Monday the morrow of St. Michael in September, 16 Edward III, between John de Trevarthian, one of the collectors of wools in the county of Cornwall, of the one part, and Thomas Goldsmeth of Bodmin, attorney of Bartholomew Thomasyn, of the other, witnessing that the said Thomas had received of the said John 18l. sterling arising from the said tax from the hundred of [Poudr' struck out] Penwyth [interlineated] of which sum he was bound to acquit the said John against the king. Dated at Truru Marche the day and year abovesaid. Seal.|
A. 8555. Bond by John Lymmell of Bruggenorth, co. Salop, 'draper,'
to William Lymmell, merchant of the staple of Calais, in 20l. at the feast of
St. Leonard the Abbot the next, conditioned for the payment by the said
John to the said William of 8l. on the said feast of St. Leonard and 8l. at
Midsummer following, the said William discharging the said John and
Thomas Lymmell 'his brodre' against Thomas Cole of London ' marchaunt
Taylour,' of the sum of 8l. 9s. 6d. Dated 12 October, 24 Henry VII.
Signed, Per me Johannem Lymell. Seal.
Endorsed:—Md. the day of Seant Martyn in Wynter ther is paide of this obligacion for the furst payment eight poundes Anno infrascripto.
|[Norf.]||A. 8556. Feoffment by James Wylkynsson of Shipedene, Adam Hare, Andrew Candelman, and Nicholas Maggesson, to Robert Hereward, John atte Fen of Great Yarmouth and Clement Hereward of one mark yearly rent from a messuage &c. in Shipeden formerly Robert Tebald's, which they had by the feoffment of the said Robert, John and Clement. Shipeden, Thursday after St. Matthew the Apostle, 49 Edward III.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8557. Bond by Richard Jankyn, 'merced,' to John Croune, husbandman (iconomo), in 20l. on the feast of St. John the Baptist next, conditioned for his and one David Felypp's observance of the award of John Lannargh, clerk, Richard Lannargh, John Carowe, clerk, and Henry Gelyot, in the matters in dispute between him and the said John Croune and Richard and Henry Croune his sons. 7 May, 10 Edward IV. Seal, cracked.|
A. 8558. Feoffment by 'Mahaut' de Treredenec in the time of her
widowhood to Hervey Carpenter (carpentario) of all her land of Treredenec
in frank marriage with Mabel (Mabilia) her daughter; to have and to hold
of the lords of Trenewit by the service due to them for the said land as was
contained in the charter to her from Sir William son of Richard; to them and
the heirs of the body of the said Mabel. Witnesses:—Richard son of John
de Reskemer, Richard de Tregoz, Reginald Crucka, Reginald Chauntecler,
John de . . . . . leyt, John le Bastard, Robert son of Osolf.
Endorsed:—Ista Matillidis obiit apud Trelaek juxta Tregoan in domo domo Rogeri Malanallon diu post confeccionem istius carte.
|[Cumb.]||A. 8559. Indenture being the award of Thomas, lord Egremount in the matter of the 'debait variaunce and discord betwix Thomas Proctour of Ulpho, Richard Postiltwait and Richard Charnok opon the ton' parte and William Sadeler, Hugh Sadeler, Thomas Davdson and William Davdson on the othir parte,' the said parties being respectively bound in obligations of 100l. to abide the said award; which award was made at Cartmel, 18 February, 28 Henry VI, viz. that the said Thomas Proctour should come to the 'Hall of Broghton and ther tawly besek John of Broghton qwier to be his gode master knawlegsyng that he hase fautit to hym and offendit his god mastership. Also I award the seid Thomas to sew be a frend of his to the sam John to have knowleg at what tyme resonatle it may plese hym to com to his submision forseid '; similarly that the said Thomas should come to the 'Hall of Thaytis, and ther to submit hym and sew to William of Twaytis' as before said; also that the said William Sadeler 'opon Gode Friday next comeng at Millum Kyrk to excuse hym opon a boke be for John Hudelston swier,' or in his absence before 'the vicar and the parissyng that he wase never gelty of sleying of the do wilk wase said he shuld have slan in Ulpho'; also that the said Thomas should pay to the said William Sadeler for injuries received of him and his 'feloship,' 10l.; also that the said Thomas should pay 10l. to Hugh Sadeler for the like; also that the said William and Hugh should pay to the said Thomas Proctour for injuries received of them and their ' feloship,' 10 marks. Seal.|
|[Heref.]||A. 8560. Feoffment by William de Assche to William Zonge of Gatesford of a messuage and 18a. land which Robert Bysomar (?) formerly held lying in the fee of Gatesford; also of a messuage and 18a. land which Adam de la Stone formerly held in the same fee; also of a cottage with a half acre of land adjacent which Peter Love formerly held; and one acre of land which John Grom formerly held lying in 'Rippulfeld' between the land Thomas Vorst held and land called 'Sturuslond,' one head abutting on 'Rippulwey' and the other on land of William de Assche; to hold the said messuages with the half virgate of land, &c. rendering 5s. 1d. half yearly. Witnesses:—John Vrommart, Richard de Netherton, John Byconor of Rosse, Roger de Rudhale, Adam Warde, Walter Sebely. Gatesford, Thursday the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle, 37 Edward III.|
A. 8561. Indenture being a feoffment by John Traher to Hugh
Berowe and Marina his wife and the heirs of their bodies of a parcel of his
land lying in Dynys Ya opposite the tenement of the said Hugh between
the land of Carnarthur on the east and land of Richard Elyn on the west,
and Carn Epscoppe on the north and land of the fee of Lusewan on the
south, rendering 3d. sterling yearly at Michaelmas for all service, saving to
him and his heirs suit of court twice a year there in the parish called Ya's
(in parochia dicta Ye) and not elsewhere. Witnesses:—Peter Trevnwit,
Otho Trevnwit, John Polpere, William Launston, Peter Tregena. Dated
at Porthya (apud Porthyam) aforesaid on the feast of the Purification,
32 Henry VI.
|[Wilts.]||A. 8562. Release by William Lungespee to the abbot of St. George of Baskervil and the monks of the same place and their successors and to their men of Wynterburn of all manner of suit to his hundred of Alwardbiri and Wynterburn, which he at any time required from them; that neither the said monks nor their men of Wynterburn should be disturbed concern- ing the requirement of the said suit thereafter by the bailiffs of himself or his successors he had caused these letters patent to be made. Valete.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8563. Sale by Thomas atte Fenne and John Kendale to Thomas, son of Roger de Carmynou, knight, of all their goods being in the manor of Wynyenton, and of all their crops growing there. Dated at Carmynou, Thursday the eve of St. James the Apostle, 22 Edward III. One seal (of arms) remaining (Kendale) broken.|
|[Norf.]||A. 8564. Indenture being a feoffment by Robert Tebaud of Scypeden to John Turk of the same, of a place of land with buildings with a house in Scypeden lying at Crowemer between the messuage of John Broun on the north, land formerly John Mayson's on the south, abutting on the pightell of the said Robert on the west and on the highway on the east; rendering 2s. 10d. yearly. Dated at Crowemere, Thursday before St. Nicholas, 38 [Edward III.]|
A. 8565. Feoffment by Vincent son of Robert le Crom to Reginald
de la Medesole of two burgages in the town of La Medesole, situate the one
between the burgages of Maud Alome and the burgage of Sir John de
Nancollet, knight, and the other between the burgage of William Gillot and
the burgage of the said Maud; to hold of the chief Iprds of La Medesole.
Witnesses:—Randolf . . . cin, Randolf de Kylligreen, William Gillot of La
Medesole, Peter of the same, William de Grelles.
|N'hamp.||A. 8566. Indenture being a feoffment by George Catesby son and heir (filius et heres de sanguine) of William Catesby, esquire, to Christopher Bonefaunt and Thomas Foxe, clerks, of all his lands, &c. in Silesworth, co. Northampton. 10 January, 11 Henry VII. Seal.|
|A. 8567. Grant by . . . . . . to Walter Hart (?), of 20s. rent charge on his messuages, lands, and tenements in Hyrvans payable half- yearly with power of distraint. Witnesses:—Stephen and John Rosmeryn, Michael Ba . . . ., John A . . . . and Walter Clerk (derico). Dated at Hyrvans, Saturday, the eve of Palm Sunday, 33 Edward III.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8568. Grant by William Bevyle to John Tremayn and Richard Tremayn of a yearly rent of 20 marks to be received at Midsummer from his messuages and lands in Trekemynyon. Dated at Helstonburgh, Wednesday before St. Luke, 17 Richard II.|
A. 8569. Release by Gervase de Wyteston with the assent and
consent of Beatrice his wife of his right in the advowson of the church of
Wyteston to Roger de Karminow. Witnesses:—Sirs Oliver de Dynham,
Roger le Engleys, John de Alet, William de Haldesworth, William de Molyns.
|[Cornw.]||A. 8570. General release by Richard Jankyn of Trevolons to Richard Nanskylly, tanner (frunitori). 10 February, 1 Edward IV.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8571. Feoffment by Richard Gerard otherwise Pette to John Reskymer, esquire, of all his estate in a place of land formerly void in the town of Bryggeende, between the tenement of Stephen Gerard on the east, the tenement of JohnCarmynowe on the west, and the field of John Courteys on the south; which he lately had by the gift and grant of John Gerard, citizen and woollen draper (lanarii) of London, for forty years, as by charter dated 20 August, 8 Edward IV. Witnesses:—John Arundell, Talfern, esquire, John Gayer, William Yonge. Dated at Bryggeende, 4 June, 11 Henry VII.|
|[York, W.R.]||A. 8572. Acquittance by Margaret Pykeryng late wife of Richard Pykeryng, knight, to Robert Haryngton, knight, for 16l. 6¼d., 13s. 4d. having been allowed him for repair of the corn mill (molendini granatici) of Ingleton, in full of the farms, rents and services of the messuages and tenements of Ingleton and Bentham due to her as for Whitsun term last. Dated at York in the parish church of All Saints in le Peseholme, the fourteenth day after the feast of St. Michael, 20 Edward IV.|
|[Devon.]||A. 8573. Counterpart of demise by John, the abbot, and the convent of Bukfast, to Thomas Dobbe, of the holding (tenuram) with appurtenances which William Crocker formerly held of them in their lordship of Brounston, to hold for the term of his life, at 8s. 2½d. rent; he was to do suit to all their courts there and to their mill with all his corn and malt; on his death or surrender his best beast or 7s. at their choice was to be given as heriot or farley (farlevii); on his death the said holding was to remain to Stephen his son for life, with remainder after the death of the said Thomas and Stephen to Joan wife of the said Thomas, for life. Dated in the Chapter House of Bukfast, 10 July, 34 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Norf.]||A. 8574. Indenture being a feoffment by Hugh son of Robert Tebaud of Schipedene to William Smith (fabro) of the same, and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten of a piece of land in the town of Schipedene at Crowemere with a house thereon, &c. Saturday after St. Hilary, 3 Edward II.|
|[Heref.]||A. 8575. Feoffment by Richard de Hamtun son of Richard de Hamtun to Kenewret son of Kenewret son of Mordic, for his homage and service, and for 8 marks silver beforehand, of all the land and all the meadow in the fee of Bakintun which Kenewret his father formerly held of him, lying between Hystinesbroc and Prestesbroke; rent 5s. by half yearly payments for all service. Witnesses:—Henry King (rege) then abbot of Dore, Richard Fuke, Nicholas Deuer', John Ragun, Philip Wyn, Nicholas son of Raguna (Ragune), Philip Bras.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8576. Indenture being a feoffment by Richard Carnsuwyow to Richard Goof of Penryn and Meliora his wife and the heirs of the body of the said Richard, of a place of land in the town of Penrynburgh between the place of William Foslogas and the place of John Perkyn of Behethlan; rent 18d. payable half yearly, and suit of court (curie mee legalis) twice a year. Witnesses:—William Trethaek, John Wilcok, Richard Symon, John Alan, John Jeffre. Penryn, Thursday before Whitsuntide, 5 Henry IV.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8577. Acknowledgement by Sir John de Aleth that he would warrant, defend and acquit Richard de Reskemmer and his heirs or assigns of all labours, hurts, delays and expenses which could befall him, his heirs or assigns by occasion of his, the said Richard's, homage and service, which Sir John had attorned and assigned him to do to Walter his, Sir John's, son. Witnesses:—Nicholas de Sancto Maugano, Martin de Heligy, John de Trefiury, Henry de Polcroenogou, Richard de Whalebreus.|
|Somers.||A. 8578. Feoffment by Gilbert Colyns to Alexander Sydenham of 2a. land called 'le Pownehayes 'lying in 'le Morelond' in the parish of North Pederton, co. Somerset, on the west part of the water called 'La Yoo 'and on the east part of 'Haymor'; attorneys to deliver seisin John Quarell and John Ryve. Witnesses:—John Popham, Marmaduke Mauncell, Cuthbert Claveleshey, Richard Muddesley, Thomas Speler. 28 September, 20 Henry VII.|
|[Bucks.]||A. 8579. Feoffment by Alice late the wife of Walter Bernard of Little Messenden, widow, to John Bernard the elder of the same her son, of all those lands &c. in Messenden and Agmondesham which formerly belonged to John atte Nore and Isabel his wife her parents deceased, and which the said Isabella in her pure widowhood warranted and released to the said Walter and herself; to hold to the said John Bernard in tail, with remainder in default to right heirs, as in a charter thereof made by Lawrence Litilpage. Witnesses:—Edmund Brudenell of Sherdlowes, John Bernard the younger, her son and others (named). Messenden, 24 October, 34 Henry VI.|
|[Bucks.]||A. 8580. Feoffment by John Bernard the elder of Little Messenden son and heir of Walter Bernard to John Trenge of Trynge, 'maltman,' William Attedene of Ever, 'bocher,' John Carter of Agmondesham, 'wheler,' and Thomas Bovyndon of Penne, 'tailour,' of all those lands &c. in Messenden and Agmondesham, which he had by the gift and feoffment of Alice his mother in her widowhood to him and the heirs of his body, to hold to the said John and the others during his life. Witnesses:—Edmund Nedam and others (named). Messenden, the last day but one of October, 34 Henry VI.|
|[Somers.]||A. 8581. Indenture of demise by Thomas Hugyn and Robergia his wife to Robert Beste, Joan his wife and John their son of part of their burgage in Orlowstret between the land of the master of St. John the Baptist and the other part of their burgage which William Thomas held; to hold to the said Robert, Joan and John for the term of their, the said Thomas and Robergia's, lives, rendering 12d. yearly. Dated at Bruge- water, Friday before St. Margaret the Virgin, 7 Henry VI.|
|[Somers.]||A. 8582. Release by John Cadesdon of Glastonbury (Glaston'), co. Somerset, to Richard Trappe of the same, of his right in a toft and curtilage in Padenalre and 3a. land and la. meadow in the west part in the north croft, and the said acre of meadow lay in 'le Flexpole.' 12 June, 14 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Somers.]||A. 8583. Release by John de Fosse to Robert de Wallavyngton of his right in lands and tenements in Brugwater, called 'Shoppe' and three parts (particularia) of a burgage of Estovore. Wollavyngton, Saturday after St. Ambrose the Bishop, 7 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Somers.]||A. 8584. Counterpart of demise by John Dolle to William Richeman of Briggewater and Agnes his wife of the west part of a tenement which he bought of the said William situate in 'Seynt Marie Stret' of the said town and wherein they dwelt, with free ingress and egress by the hall door of the said tenement; to hold to them for the term of their lives in survivorship, by the rent of a rose at Midsummer. Saturday the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, 8 Henry V.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8585. Feoffment by Jordan de Trewen to Nicholas Clerk (clerico) of Tregennoro of all his right by inheritance in a moiety of a fifth part of the lawn (lande) of Tregennoro and in a moiety of a fifth part of the moor (more) to the same lawn belonging; consideration, ½ mark of silver beforehand. Witnesses:—John de Trembedou, John de Tregullyan, John de Treuroenes, Odo de Tregennoro, John son of Odo de Tregennoro, Thomas de Sancto Maderno, Thomas Clerk (clerico) of Treyer. Dated at Treg . . . ., Thursday after Easter, 21 Edward [I].|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8586. Bond by Joan late the wife of John le Bret of Boschem, widow, to William her firstborn son in 10l. sterling to be paid him at his pleasure if she did any waste in the lands, lawns, moors and woods (terris, landis, moris et boscis) of Mythyanwoeles and Trenewyth by Trevellas. Witnesses:—John de Lanbron, Thomas Bloyow, Oger de Cleher, Everwyn de Bonneithon, John de Polglas. Dated at Mythyan, Sunday after St. Hilary, 14 Edward III.|
A. 8587. Two documents sewn together:—
(1) Feoffment by Eichard de Botpethek son and heir of Richard de Botpethek to Otho de Bodrigan of all his land in Botpethek, viz. one acre of land Cornish which Walter de Hendre and Agnes his wife held for the term of her life. Witnesses:—John de Trenoda, Gilbert Brok, Robert Crochard, Thomas Speda, Walter de Botkenner, Gilbert de Coudray, clerk. Dated at Pendrim, Sunday the morrow of St. Dunstan the Archbishop and Confessor, 18 Edward II.
(2) Fragment of charter by same of same; apparently a letter of intendence to his tenant there.
|[Heref.]||A. 8588. Feoffment by John ap Eygnon, vicar of the church of Webley, Thomas Lyghtfote of Newton, Thomas Bruyn of Weston, Richard Barbour of Hereford, John Swayneston of the same, Richard Mulleson and Richard le Smyth of Webley, to John Garewey of Ley, of a messuage with buildings lying in Webley in the angle leading to the castle, which with other lands they had by the gift and feoffment of Thomas Smyth of Webley since deceased. Witnesses:—Thomas Barton, Thomas Brugge of Ley, and others (named). Webley, Saturday after St. Luke, 16 Henry VI.|
|[Linc.]||A. 8589. Feoffment by Robert son of Ralph Smith (fabri) of Brinkel, chaplain, to William son of John Drant of Ha[rington] and Alice daughter of William Smith (fabri) of Aswardby his wife and the heirs of their bodies, of the lands &c. he had by the gift and feoffment of John son of William Drant . . . in the towns and fields of Harington and Aswardby . . . . . of the Apostles Philip and James, A.D. 13 . . . .|
|[Linc.]||A. 8590. Feoffment by William le Forester, parson of the church of Wylughby and Walter de Brounthorp, parson of the church of Spillesby, to Roger son of Sir Alexander de Cobuldik, knight, and Maud his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, of the manor of Freston, with remainder in default to the right heirs of Roger. Witnesses:—Sir John de Wylughby, lord Eresby, Sir William Deyncourt, Sir Seyer de Recheford, Sir Thomas de Multon of Kyrketon, Sir Henry de Halton, knights, and others (named). Dated at Freston, Sunday after St. Luke the Evangelist, 13 Edward III.|
|[Cumb.]||A. 8591. Feoffment by Rowland Kyrkeby, esquire, to John Freres of a tenement in Bolton within the parish of Gosforth late in the tenure of the said John in exchange for two tenements there late in the tenure of the said John and Nicholas Kechyn. Witnesses:—Roger Blakburn, rector of the church of Moresby, William Levens, esquire, and Roger Cady, chaplain. Dated at Bolton, 6 November, 6 Edward IV.|
A. 8592. (1) Release by John Beupu to Sir John de Reskymer of his
right in respect of homage done for the land [of] South (australy) Kelyequith.
Witnesses:—Sir Roger de Pridyes, Sir Reginald de Pridyes, Sir Henry
Peverel, Sir Bernard de Bodbran, Richard de Reskymer.
(2) Fragment of paper relating, apparently, to indulgences granted for building of Exeter cathedral.
|[Heref.]||A. 8593. Feoffment by John Wyldegos and Agnes his wife to William le Baker of Webbeleye and Roger de Leone 'muleward' of all their lands, &c. in Webbeleye in 'le Newestrete' leading to Webbeleye church, which descended to him the said John on the death of John his father; also of a piece of arable with a croft in Leye within the manor of Webbeleye, between the land which was John Cote's and Simon de Brugge's land; also of a piece of arable in Gerneston field within the said manor, next land of the lord of Gerneston, reaching from Vrethemore, of the said lord, to the highway. Witnesses:—William de Barton, Walter Sturmy and others (named). Webbeley, Sunday the feast of St. Michael, 44 Edward III.|
|A. 8594. Demise by Adam de Newmarch (Novo Mercato) to the executors of Sir Henry de Newmarch of the easement of the grange, the granary, fruit of the garden and customary works, to make what profit shall seem good to them, viz. till Midsummer A.D. 1280; also grant that John the reeve (prepositus) shall be in all ways assistant to them.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8595. Indenture being the defeasance of a feoffment made by John, lord of Eglosmerther, to Walter de Tretherf, of all the messuages, lands and tenements he had in Trethoggamur, together with the homage, rent and service of six free tenants; viz. if the said Sir John pay the said Walter 40 marks on the feast of St. Philip and St. James next following after the end of ten years from date, the feoffment shall be void. Tretherf, Friday after St. Ambrose, 16 Edward III.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 8596. Letters patent by Peter de la More and Amy his wife, being an acquittance for 60 marks sterling wherein John de Reskemmer was bound to them for their quitclaim in a moiety of the fee of one knight in in Treg[olloghan], Trebervet, Trevighan, Chyuran and Karnallas, to be paid in the church of St. Swythun of Winchester; also, if there was any doubt concerning the chirograph of the final concord levied between them before Sirs Gilbert de Preston, Geoffrey de Leukenor, Walter de Heliun, justices in eyre of the king in Devon and Exeter, they would renew the same, at his wish, before the justices of the king in the Bench. Sealed with their seals and the seal of the deanery of Winchester. Dated in the said church of Winchester, the morrow of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, A.D. 1271. See A. 6160.|
|[Norf.]||A. 8597. Indenture being a feoffment by Nicholas de Weylaund, knight, to Hugh Tibaud of Schepedene, for his homage and service, of a piece of land in the town of Schepedene between the highway on the east and the messuage which was Avelina Howard's, one head abutting on land which Roger Brining bought of the said Sir Nicholas on the north, and the other on land which was William Punchun's, measuring from Brining's land to that late Punchun's 113 feet; rent 4s. 7d. for all service. Dated at Oxeburc, Friday the morrow of St. Edmund the Archbishop, 1 Edward II.|
|Oxford||A. 8598. Letter of attorney by Edmund Dorne to William Tayllour and William Tewe to deliver seisin to John Swelyngton, Thomas Lovet, William Colles, clerk, and Richard Colles, of all the lands &c. in Mixbury, Newenton Purcell and Fulwell, co. Oxford, which formerly were Henry Poynant's. 16 March, 14 Edward IV. Seal.|
|[Bedf.]||A. 8599. General release by Robert Bone, chaplain, to John Sterlyng, chaplain, William Halsted of Bykeleswade, John Glove of Stanford, the elder, and Elizabeth late the wife of John Stanford of Clifton, executors of the will of John Stanford. 12 June, 5 Henry VI.|
|[Bedf.]||A. 8600. Feoffment by William Baker, vicar of the church of Goldington and Thomas Gildespyndy, to William Mileward of Suttone and Alice his wife, of all the lands and tenements in the town and fields of Suttone they had by the gift of the said William Muleward; to hold to them and the heirs begotten between them, with remainder in default to his heirs and assigns. Sutton, Tuesday before Midsummer, 44 Edward III.|