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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|[Norf.]||A. 9801. Letter of attorney by William Mareys of Thweyt to George Lytster, clerk, to deliver seisin to John Medewe, clerk, Richard Myller of Alburgh and Thomas Albon, of 2½a. land in Thweyt. 12 October, 33 Henry VI.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9802. Counterpart of demise by John Malorre, lord of Welton, to Agnes late the wife of Richard le Mareschal of Weleton, and to Adam brother of the said Richard, of two parts of a messuage and of 2a. land in Weleton and of all his right in all the lands, &c. in Weleton which came to him in ward on the death of the said Richard; to hold to the said Agnes and Adam till the full age of John son and heir of the late Benedict le Mareschal; consideration, a sum of money paid beforehand. Thursday after St. Gregory the Pope, 10 Edward II.|
|Warw.||A. 9803. Feoffment by John Russell, vicar of the church of Welton, and Thomas Mulleward of Greneburgh, to William Pagyngton of Assheby Leger, co. Northampton, William Boteler of the same, and Richard Harowdon of the same, of the manor of Grenburgh and of that moiety of their manor of Lappeworth, co. Warwick, which formerly belonged to John Buckemore of Coventre; which manor and moiety of a manor they had by the feoffment of John Steward, parson of the church of Rodborne, John Hancokes, chaplain, and William Overton. Grenburgh, Tuesday after St. Denis, 3 Henry VI. Seals, one broken.|
|[Warw.]||A. 9804. Letter of attorney by Amicia late the wife of William de Sutton of Hodunhull, the younger, to William Broke, chaplain, and John Moton to deliver seisin to John de Catesby of land in Hodunhull, as in certain indentures between them contained. Coventre, 17 October, 12 Richard II. Seal, broken.|
|[Warw.]||A. 9805. Release by John Edmund, 'smyth,' to William Wyncote, of his right in a messuage with 6a. arable and ½a. meadow in Bevynton, which he, John, had by the feoffment of George Edmund, his late father. 1 September, 22 Henry VI. Seal.|
|London.||A. 9806. Indenture of demise by William Heryot, knight, citizen and alderman of London, William Calowe, serjeant at law, John Brown, Robert Percy and Thomas Asshby, 'gentilmen,' William Heryot, citizen of London, elder son of the said William and John Clerk, gentleman; reciting that John Catesby, knight, one of the justices of the king of the Common Bench, William Stokke[r], knight, and John Warde, citizens and aldermen of London, Thomas Wyndesor and John Northwode, the elder, esquires, and William Philipp, goldsmith, and John Berall, grocer [citizens], of London, had, at the request of John Bamme, esquire, by their writing indented, dated 27 June, 1 Richard III, demised to them divers messuages, &c. late belonging to Richard Bamme, esquire, deceased, within the city of London, the moiety of a messuage called 'Lyon Kay,' in the parish of St. Botolph next Belyngesgate, and the fourth part of a messuage called 'Dycekay,' in the parish of St. Dunstan 'in le Est,' Lon- don; now, at the request of the said John Bamme, they have demised the above mentioned messuages, &c. to the prior of the priory, or church, of Holy Trinity, London, called Cristchirch, and the convent of the same, for sixty years next to come, rendering therefore to the chief lords of the fee the rents and services due, and 4s. yearly . . . . . . to the master of the hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr in Suthwerk in the suburb of London. Dated 30 June in the year abovesaid.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9807. Indenture being the defeasance of a statute merchant, acknowledged before the mayor and bailiffs of the town of Northampton, in 200l. at Christmas next by John son of William de Swyneford to Simon de Crosholm, viz. if Margaret wife of the said Simon, and late the wife of Robert de Craunford died in the lifetime of the said Simon and John and of Emma, wife of the said John, and daughter of the said Robert, so that the tenements formerly belonging to the said Robert and then in the hands of the said Simon and Margaret, descended by hereditary right to the said Emma; and if, thereupon, the said John secured within half a year of the said Margaret's decease, an annuity to the said Simon of 100s. for life; and if the said John and Emma his wife, after she reached her full age, upon reasonable request by the said Simon, made sufficient security, so far as they reasonably could, to the said Simon and Margaret, of all the lands, &c, which the said Simon and Margaret then held, and which formerly belonged to the said Robert de Craunford, to have and to hold to the said Simon and Margaret for the term of the life of the said Margaret; then the said statute should be void. Witnesses:—Warin Lucien, knight, and others (named). Dated at Asshby Leger, Monday after Michaelmas, 40 Edward III. Seal, broken (a boar passant).|
|London.||A. 9808. Feoffment by Henry de Bydik to Richard le Whitawyer of the parish of Allhallows, London Wall, of a messuage, &c. in the parish of St. Stephen in Coleman Strate, London, between the tenement of Richard de Lincoln, skinner, and Roger le Porser, on the west, &c.; rent, 16s. to him and his heirs, and 2s. 6d. to the prior and convent of Holy Trinity, London; with leave to the said Henry to distrain in default on another adjoining tenement of the said Richard. Wednesday after Michaelmas, 2 Edward II. Copy. At foot:—Johannes Flete, aurifaber, habet istam cartam sub cera.' On dorse:—'Welcumstowe. Curia Henrici [B]ydyk, tenta ibidem,' Saturday the feast of St. Matthew the Apostle, 4 Edward III, &c.|
|Somers.||A. 9809. Indenture made at Somerton, Saturday after St. Peter's Chains, 5 Edward III, between John de Godelee, dean of Wells, and Gilbert de Edingtone; reciting that the dean had sued the said Gilbert before the justices of the Bench in the quinzaine of Hilary, 4 Edward III, on a plea that the said Gilbert and others had taken his beasts in the said Gilbert's moor of Edyngdon; now it is agreed that the dean and his men and the tenants of his deanery may depasture the said moor and similarly the said William may depasture the dean's moor at Thurlemere; the said William to compensate John Gillyng the dean's servant for his maltreatment of him; Robert de Brent and John de Cadcote are surety for the said William. Certified under the seal of Sir Hugh de Langelond, knight, sheriff of Somerset. Witnesses:—Master Richard de Thystelden, treasurer of the church of Wells, Sir John de Clyvedon and Sir John de Ralegh, knights, and others (named). At the request of the said Gilbert, and for greater security Sir John de Clyvedon, the elder, lord of Clyvedon, has also affixed his seal. Copy on paper.|
|N'hamp.||A. 9810. Feoffment by John Watford of Wykeley, co. Norhampton, 'gentilman,' to Robert Fenne, esquire, and Eleanor his wife, of his tenement and garden adjacent in 'le Berwarde strete' of the town of Norhampton, between the tenement of Richard Verney, knight, on the west and the tenement of the abbot and convent of St. James next Norhampton on the east. Norhampton, 6 April, 12 Edward IV. Witnesses:—Thomas Saxilby, mayor, John Barre and John Adam, bailiffs of the town of Norhampton, and others (named). Seal.|
|A. 9811. General release by Joan Drewell, widow, late the wife of Richard Drewell, otherwise called Joan Cooke, widow, late the wife and executrix of the testament of Master John Cooke, to John Bonyfaunt. 12 August, 10 Henry VII.|
|[Warw.]||A. 9812. Feoffment by Richard son of Richard de Wolsec[ot] to William Donel, of 2a. arable in Grenberg, which he bought of Gilbert Crok, positions described; rendering therefore yearly to God and the church of Grenberg one penny to the High Altar (ad excelsum altare) for celebrating there a mass for the souls of all faithful deceased on the feast of St. Giles, for all secular service, suit of court and demand; warranty to the said William, his heirs or assigns, and to Gilian his wife; consideration, 3½ marks of new money beforehand in gersum. Witnesses:—Alan Crok of Grenberg and others (named).|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9813. Feoffment by Robert son of Robert de Glapthorn, to Robert Terry of Yelvertoft, of a messuage with a croft belonging in Yelvertoft, which came to him of the inheritance of Margery his mother, and wherein his said father, while he had the custody of it, released his right . . . . . Monday before St. the Evangelist, 3 Edward II.|
|[Warw.]||A. 9814. Letter of attorney by Elizabeth Catesby, of Asbylegers, co. Northampton, gentlewoman, executrix of George Catesby, esquire, to Philip Etynton, chaplain, and Richard Salbryge, chaplain, to receive seisin from John Berybroun and Joan his wife, of all the lands, &c. which she had bought of them in the lordships of Tonworthe and Sullyhull. 3 February, 21 Henry VII. Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9815. Letter of attorney by Thomas de Lodington and Rose daughter of John Mallore, to Richard Martyn of Welton, to collect their rent in Welton near Daventre, the rent which Master Henry de Bray used to hold, as well as other, with leave to distrain if their tenants were in arrear. Norhampton, the morrow of the Nativity of the B.V.M. 5 [Edward II]. French. Seals.|
A. 9816. Feoffment by John de Wendraeth to Simon Elen of a
messuage between the house of Pascoe (Pascasii) and his own hall in
Guendraeth with lands, &c., there, specified, with fuel and pasture through
all his land in Wendraeth and Chywarton; rent for the first twenty-five
years, 1d. yearly and thereafter 20s., for all service, suit of court and suit
of mill. Witnesses:—John de Tregellest, Richard de Chyenhalg, Roger de
Wendraeth, Lawrence de Trewelheron, clerk. Dated at Wendraeth,
Tuesday after the Annunciation, 1324.
|[Norf.]||A. 9817. Feoffment by John de Hemelyngton, rector of the church of Wylbeye to William de Silysdene and Hugh Sad, burgesses of Lynn (Lenn'), of a tenement in Bishops Lynn (Lcnn Episcopi), next the messuage of John de Ely, 'fferrour,' the highway leading to Coldhirn, &c., wherein Alfred (Elveredus) le Smyth lately dwelt. Wednesday after St. Gregory the Pope, 4 Richard II, John Waryn being mayor and Thomas Botekysham alderman, of Lynn.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9818. Grant by Henry Eyr of Weleton to Sir Richard Broun of the same, chaplain, of all his goods in a messuage and virgate of land in Weleton, which messuage, &c. he had given to the said Richard, by his charter of feoffment. Sunday after the Annunciation, 6 Edward III.|
|Warw.||A. 9819. Release by Agnus Stobes of London, widow, executrix of the testament of Margaret Underwode late of Warrewyk, widow, to William Catesby, knight, of all personal actions by reason of the said testament. 21 November, 17 Edward IV.|
|[Linc.]||A. 9820. Letter of attorney by Roger son of Sir Alexander de Cobildik, knight, to Gilbert de Burgh, clerk, to deliver seisin to Sir William le Forester, parson of the church of Wylughby and Sir Walter de Brounthorp, parson of the church of Spillesby, of the manor of Wyberton. Wyberton, Saturday after St. Matthias the Apostle, 16 Edward III.|
A. 9821. (1) Feoffment by John Mallorre of Welton to John de
Twe of the same, of a [messuage] and three carucates of land with all
their appurtenances in Welton; also grant to him of all the services, &c.
of his free tenants there; also grant to him of all his bondmen, &c.
Monday, the Invention of the Holy Cross, 15 Edward II.
(2) Grant of even date by same to same of all his goods upon the said premises. Copies, on one skin.
|[Warw.]||A. 9822. Letter of attorney by Osanna Bosevyle late the wife of Lawrence Bosevyle of Nunne Eton to John Keteryng of Daventre and John Man of the same to deliver seisin to William Smyth of Daventre and William Mason of the same, of a half burgage in Nunne Eton in 'Bakhouslane' between the tenements of Richard Wychurley, chaplain, and Philip Wright. Daventre, 27 April, 5 Henry VI.|
|[Warw.]||A. 9823. Release by Alice late the wife of Roger le Wolf, cobbler, of Coventre, to Simon Pakeman of Coventre, of her right in 5 butts of arable extending from 'Whaberleye Stile' to 'le Botine,' and in 5 butts of arable extending from 'Whaberleye Stile' to the highway leading from Coventre to Allesleye. Witnesses:—John le Warde then bailiff of Coventre, and others (named). Friday after St. Gregory the Pope, 17 Edward III.|
|N'hamp.||A. 9824. General release by Thomas Stratton, esquire, to William Catesby, knight, otherwise called William Catesby, knight, late sheriff of the county of Northampton. 28 November, 4 Edward IV. Seal, broken.|
|[Hants.]||A. 9825. Demise by Thomas Snokeshulle, son and heir of Alice daughter of the late John Stake of Frendestapulle to Mary late the wife of Richard Stake, for the term of her life, without impeachment of waste, of all the lands, &c. in Frendestapulle, Farlyngton and Farham, a messuage, garden and 4a. arable in Farlyngton excepted, which descended to him by hereditary right on the death of the said Alice his mother. Witnesses:— John Uvedale, Richard Wayte and others (named). Frendestapulle, Friday after St. Matthew the Apostle, 7 Henry IV. Seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 9826. Indenture being the defeasance of a bond in 8l. due at Midsummer wherein Roger Boydyn, of Coventre, merchant, stood bound to John Prest of the same, merchant, viz. if the said Roger paid 4l. at Midsummer the bond to be void. Monday the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 28 Edward III.|
|N'hamp.||A. 9827. Release by Thomas Watford, son and heir apparent of John Watford, 'gentilman,' to William Catesby, knight, John Catesby of Olthorp, William Catesby of the same, Thomas Kebeel, and Everard Derby, of all his right in a messuage, a virgate and a half of land, and in a spinney adjacent to the said messuage, in Great Creton, co. Northampton, wherein Thomas Bosworth lately dwelt, [as tenant] at will of the said John his father. 1 February, 17 Edward IV. Signature and seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9828. Feoffment by William son of John Abbe of Staverton to John son of Yngelram Est of Braundeston, of a messuage with a dovecot, and a virgate of land in Welton, which Nicholas del Hul and Alice his wife held for term of years by his demise; to hold to the said John and the heirs of his body, at 34s. rent for all service, with remainder in default of John's issue to himself. The eve of the Annunciation, 10 Edward II.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9829. Feoffment by Elizabeth late the wife of John Malory of Welton, esquire, widow, to John Bernard, knight, and Ellen his wife, her daughter, of her life estate in the manor of Welton. Welton, 6 March, B Henry VI. Seal of arms, effaced.|
|N'hamp.||A. 9830. Bond by John Garrard of Creke, co. Northampton, 'yeman,' to Henry Whythed of the same in 40l. on the feast of St. George, conditioned for his standing to the award of John Whyte, parson of Braunston, co. Northampton, Sir William Smyth, parson of Oxshulffe, co. Warwick, and Sir John Eyre, vicar of Watford, co. Northampton, in the matters in dispute between them. 3 March, 20 Henry VII. Seal.|
|Middx.||A. 9831. Letter of attorney by Richard Fylongleye, esquire, to Roger Lynster and Richard Smyth of Herefeld to deliver seisin to John Clerk of Preston of all lands &c. in the town and parish of Herefeld, co. Middlesex, which he and Margery late his wife, deceased, had by the gift and feoffment of Ferand Odiham and Maud his wife, and of lands &c., there, which he and his said wife had by the gift and feoffment of Robert Porter of the same, and of all other their lands, &c., there. London, 15 March, 2 Henry IV.|
|[Suff.]||A. 9832. Feoffment by Mabel late the wife of Simon Richold of Feldcherche Belstede, widow, to Sir Lawrence le Free of the same town, of the messuage and curtilage in the parish of Feldcherch, between lands of the abbot of Aumale (Albe Marlie), of John son of Simon Rychold, of the said Lawrence, and the highway from Sparkford to Ipswich, which descended to her by inheritance on the death of her father John Tedery. Witnesses: —Sir John, vicar 'del Feldcherch,' and others (named). Feldcherch Belstede, Monday after St. Hilary, 17 Edward II. See A. 3567.|
|N'hamp.||A. 9833. Bond by John Watforde of Wykeley, co. Northampton, to John Geffron in 100 marks due at Michaelmas, conditioned for the quiet enjoyment of a messuage, a virgate of land, a close called 'Goosecroft' and a parcel of land called 'le Hoke,' in Great Creton next Cotesbrok, co. Northampton. 6 November, 12 Edward IV.|
|[Chesh.]||A. 9834. Indenture, being a feoffment by William de Bulkylegh of Chedel to Ranulph de Buddeworth of Middlewich, of a messuage and garden in 'Whelek strete' in the same town, situate as described, to hold to him, his heirs and assigns except the heirs of Kynderton, Holy Church and Religious; rent for the next two years, 13s. 4d. and thereafter 20s. Witnesses:—Thomas de Dutton, knight, Lawrence de Dutton, knight, Hugh de Venables, then sheriff of Chester, William del Holt, Warin de Croxton. Saturday before St. Matthias the Apostle, 1 Richard II.|
|[Norf.]||A. 9835. Indenture being a bond by William Deen of Rughtone to Robert Tebald of Schipedene for 2s. rent for a piece of land in Schipedene, which he lately had by the said Robert's feoffment. Tuesday after Mid- summer, 42 Edward III.|
A. 9836. Indenture being a grant by John Tretherff to John Pen-
ffern the younger, son and heir of John de Penffern, in tail, with reversion
to his own heirs in default, of all his lands, &c. in the town of Trewoen
next Tremain in the parish of St. Breage (Sancte Breace); rent, 7s. 7d. for
all services, except suit of his court of Trethogga twice a year.
Tresulwethen, Monday after the Purification, 9 Henry IV. Seal, broken.
Endorsed: Trewone juxta Tremayn in parochia de Brek.
|Hants.||A. 9837. Agreement between Sir William de Pratellis and Sir Gilbert de Dene concerning 27 marks, 11s. 10d. which William owed the said Gilbert, as in his charter which Gilbert had; to wit, William acknow- ledged before the king's barons . . . . . Wednesday after the Purification, 7 Henry III, that he owed the said sum, and promised, before the said barons, that if the king restored him his land in the county of Southampton, that he would pay the same within two years, half the first and half the second year; if the king did not restore his land or in any way promote him, in money, or in other goods, he agreed to pay 100s. yearly till all was paid. Witnesses:—Sir Eustace, bishop of London, and others (named).|
|[Cornw.]||A. 9838. Indenture witnessing that, whereas John Nichol of Tretherf had enfeoffed Walter de Tretherf of all his messuages, lands, and tenements of Tretherf and of his lawns of Goenreystyr and Goeneulyan; and whereas the said Walter had enfeoffed the said John and Joan his wife, tenants according to the form of the charter thereof made to them, [of the land of Trewaruene]; if it should happen the said John or his heirs to be impleaded for the said land of Trewaruene, by default of warranty by the said William or his heirs, and if the said John should deliver up to the said Walter or his heirs the charter he had of the said Walter, made to him of the said land by Michael de Trerres; the said Walter and his heirs agree to restore to the said John 12½a. English on the south of the town of Tretherf, next the messuage formerly of Robert de Tretherf, and the lands &c. in Tretherf and the said lawns of Goenrestyr and Goeneulyan &c. Witnesses:—Stephen de Boswydel and others (named). Thursday after St. Luke the Evangelist, 1345.|
|[Norf.]||A. 9839. Feoffment by John Herman of Thwyt and Joan his wife to John Fifti of Wykemere and Maud his wife, of a house and the third part of a house, with a curtilage with trees, in Wykemere. Sunday after St. Valentine, 43 Edward III.|
|[Bucks.]||A. 9840. Indenture of demise by Hugh de Veer and Denise his wife to Edmund . . . ., for the term of his life, of a messuage called West- halle in the parish of Stone, which came to their hands by the death of Geoffrey Neirnust; rent, one large (unam magnam) . . . . . . Witnesses:—Sir John Neirnust, Robert de Sancto Claro of Luton. Gothers- ton, St. John's eve, . . . Edward II.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9841. Release by John le Eyere of Welton to dame Emma de Catesby and John her son, his heirs and assigns, of his right in a messuage and curtilage, and 9a. arable in Welton, which they had by the feoffment, dated Monday before St. Augustine, 1 Henry V, of one Juliana Aylyst of Welton. Sunday before Whitsuntide, 1 Henry V.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9842. Feoffment by Vincent Harvi of Esseby St. Leger (Sancti Leodegar') to Sir Seman de Stok, of the same town, of ½a. arable, on Bernhal, in exchange for ½a. on Goselond.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9843. Confirmation by John de Craunford of Esseby St. Leger (Sancti Lcndajarii) to Seman de Stok, of the same town, of the gift of exchange which Vincent Harvi gave him, viz., of ½a. land on Bernhul for ½a. on Goselond.|
|[Warw.]||A. 9844. Feoffment by Robert de la Forde of Lapwrthe to Sir Hugh de Brandistone, knight, and Margaret his wife, of a piece of land with the crop called 'le Mulnemor,' described; rent, a grain of pepper at Christmas.|
|[Norf.]||A. 9845. Release by Richard Buk of Becclys, 'wever,' to Ralph Willoughby, esquire, John Hunne, Leonard Ulstoft and John Bowys, of his right in two pieces of meadow, with alder beds and dikes (alnetis et fossatis) adjacent, and in a piece of marsh or alder bed in Gillyngham, adjoining land of Robert Bateman, esquire, &c., all of which lately belonged to Thomas Marker of Becclys, and were sold to him by Agnes Marker, executrix of the testament of the said Thomas. 3 January, 18 Henry VII.|
|Durham.||A. 9846. Indenture being an assignment by William Pollard to 'Elizabeth doghtyr of Hewe Lamplew at the tyme of esposelys halowyd and made be twyx me and hyre at the kyrke dore of Seynt Olave be syde the Abbey of Seynt Maryis of York' of 'thre mesys' in the town of North Awkeland, co. Durham, on the west of the lane called 'Seynt Anne Chare,' and seven 'borowagys' and divers closes, there, described; to hold to her for life 'in the name of all hyre dower.' Yorke, [blank] October, 16 Henry VI. English.|
A. 9847. Indenture being a grant by Walter de Weverham, prior of
the house of St. Mary of Norton, and the convent of the same to John son
of John de Hallum of Neuton, and Katharine his wife, for the term of his
life, of a corrody from their cellarer of Norton, viz. sixteen white loaves, of
full (majoris) weight, called 'myches,' sixteen gallons of beer and sixteen
black loaves called 'swaynloves,' weekly; and half the said quantities to
the said Katharine if she survived him. Saturday after the Close of Easter,
Endorsed: 'Proving Norton Abbey a Priory.'
|A. 9848. Indenture of demise by John Cheleworth to William atte Stone, of his tenement with lands, &c. at 'le Forde' in the parish of Aldebury, as the said William held it before, from Michaelmas next for seven years; rent, 33s. 4d. &c. bonds of 100s. respectively to observe cove- nants. The eve of St. Peter and St. Paul, 29 Henry VI.|
A. 9849. Confirmation by John the parson (parsona) and Bartholomew
sons of Ralph son of Elmaundus to Richard and John, brothers, and Maud
and Benedicta, sisters, children of Idonia, late the wife of Ralph son of
Elmaundus their father, of 6 marks rent and 1lb. pepper yearly which
Ralph their father gave to the said Idonia his wife for her dower; to be
received from the rent of 4l. which the said Ralph their father bought from
Henry son of Gerold atte Marsh (de Marisco) of Salden in the parish of
Burgestede; to hold after the death of the said Idonia, rendering to them
and their heirs 4d. yearly, and to the said Henry son of Gerold, or his heirs,
1lb. pepper at London (unam libram piperis London') within the octave of
St. Michael; for this the said Richard, John, Maud and Benedicta gave
them 3½ marks in gersum, viz, 40s. to John and half a mark to Bartholomew.
Witnesses:—Richard son of William Renger, then mayor (baillico) of Lon-
don, Thomas son of Lambert and William Joynier then sheriffs of London,
Serlo Mercer and others (named).
Endorsed:—Salderne. Ballivo, London. Nota.
|[Warw.]||A. 9850. Release by Parnel de Brome, late the wife of Robert de Brome, of all her rights in the third part of 'Attecristes medue,' to Master John de Grave. Witnesses:—Richard de Wike, rector of the church of Lapworthe and others (named). Lapworthe, the morrow of St. Dunstan the Archbishop, 7 Edward III. Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9851. Counterpart of demise for nine years from Michaelmes last, at 8 marks rent, by Joan late the wife of Geoffrey Reynald of Buckeby, widow, to John Bryce, John Smyth, John Clyfton, and John Reynald of Buckeby, of the site of her manor in Buckeby, formerly William Ryvell's, with the demesne lands, &c. except the hall, chambers and kitchen, with the 'shepous' and a 'bay' at the end of 'le Hayhous' next the hall for a stable, and except a close called 'Lady Yerd' and a grove called 'Armeley' and the garden of the manor with a close between the hall and 'le Shep- hous,' and except the rents of tenants, free and bond, the land called 'Bordlond,' with 'les frisses' on Roulehill, court, fines, &c. Buckeby, 12 December, 3 Henry IV. Seals.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9852. Indenture made on the morrow of St. Vincent the Martyr, 9 Henry VI, being a demise by Richard Rewell, 'jentilman,' of Buckeby, to John Underwode, Thomas Mone, John Robyn, William Tynche, William Blaby, and William Rote, of the same, of all the lands, &c., adjacent to his manor in all the fields of Buckeby, with two crofts 'in the Westzardis,' reserving to himself a hill called 'Rowelhylle,' with the 'frisses' below it (cum omnibus firsis sub predicta monte); also demise to them of his great barn and 'long hous'; term, six years from Michaelmas; rent, 6½ marks, &c. Fragments of seals.|
|A. 9853. Demise by Richard de Mouthecomb to John Gervais, chaplain, for the term of his life, of 16s. rent, viz. 12s. from Henry Richard's tenement and 4s. from Thomas Richard's tenement, with power of distraint on the said tenements, or on his messuages, &c, in Nidderecomb. Witnesses:—Nicholas Vaysi, William Gaylard and others (named). Mou- thecomb, . . . . . . 9 Richard II.|
|[Cornw.]||A. 9854. Indenture being a feoffment by Richard Nanskelly to Nicholas Carmynowe, esquire, of all his messuages, &c. in Penhall. Trecryyur (?), Tregenna and Treguny, rendering a grain of corn yearly for fourteen years, and thereafter 26s. 8d. Witnesses:—Reginald Tretherff, esquire, Thomas Bere, Walter and John Durant, John Stefyn Rosker. Wednesday in Easter week, 29 Henry VI. Endorsed:—Graund- pound . . . . .|
|[Somers.]||A. 9855. Feoffment by Richard de Emnebergh, knight, to Margery his daughter, of his tenement in Saltford next Keynesham in tail; rent a rose at Midsummer. Witnesses:—Sir John Basset, Sir Bartholomew Peytevin, Sir Lawrence de Hameldene, knights, Thomas de Sancto Vigore, and others (named).|
|[Warw.]||A. 9856. Release by Thomas Clerk (clericus) of Hattone to Walter Lovekin, of all his right and claim against the said Walter by reason of purchase (racione empcionis narictatis sue). Schreuel [e], the feast of All Hallows, 32 Edward I.|
|[Warw.]||A. 9857. Feoffment by Thomas son of Henry Parson of Lodbrok to John de Flechenho in Catesby, of ½a. land in Lodbrok field, over Rodburnewey. Monday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 15 Edward II.|
A. 9858. Release by John de Beauchamp (Bello Campo), knight, to
William de Bysopestone of the custody of the land which he had of
the fee of the said William in the town of Warslei by the dictum
(edicto) of Kenileuurthe. Le Holt, Wednesday after 'Hoche Dei,' 53
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9859. Feoffment of Nicholas Aylene of Esseby Leger to John Boy of the same and Maud his wife, and their heirs, of a messuage in Esseby. Thursday the feast of St. Matthew the Apostle and Evangelist, 42 Edward III.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9860. Feoffment by John Willersley of Welleford to William Catesby, esquire, and Nicholas Osbarne, of all his lands, &c. in Yelvertoft. Thursday before Palm Sunday, 23 Edward IV. Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9861. Feoffment by John son and heir of the late Peter the cobbler (sutoris) of Weleton to Sir William de Lovynton, of 1a. arable [there]. Esseby, Friday before St. Augustine, Apostle of the English, 18 Edward II.|
|Glouc.||A. 9862. Bond by Richard Stokis of Thornbury, co. Gloucester. 'yeoman alias wever,' to John Drover, clerk, in 3l. 6s. 8d. at Easter next, 19 May, 3 Edward IV.|
|[Warw.]||A. 9863. Feoffment by William de Alvestone of Hatton to Thomas Lovekyn of Schreueleye, of ½a. land in Schreueleye field, &c. Sunday before the Ascension, 6 Edward II.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9864. Feoffment by John son of Richard Drayton of Welton next Daventre to John atte Welle of Welton, chaplain, of all the lands, &c. which Richard Drayton his father held in Welton and Daventre. Sunday after Michaelmas, 6 Richard II.|
|[Sussex.]||A. 9865. Indenture made 20 April, 1 Henry VI, witnessing that Sir (dompnus) William Pitton, almoner of the monastery of St. Pancras of Lewes has demised to Thomas Whetewey a salt house (unam domum salinam) in the marsh of Brembre, formerly Hayerckys, for seven years from 'Hockeday' next; rent, ten bushels of salt yearly; bond (struck out) by the said Thomas, John Whetewey, his father, and William Stourode, in 40s. for observance of covenants. Sealed with the seal of his office as almoner.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9866. Feoffment by John de Craunford, knight, to William chaplain of Ookham, then vicar of Assheby St. Leger (Sancti Leodegarii), of all the house (mansum) which he had from Simon de Throp, with two butts which Ralph de Throp, father of the said Simon, enclosed with the said house, of his fee, also of 3a. arable in Essebi; rent, 9s. Copy. Note at foot; Scriptum de manu Johannis Osbern.|
|A. 9867. Bond by Robert Huchyn to John Trecarn in 40l. due at the Purification. 8 October, 34 Henry VI.|
|[Warw.]||A. 9868. Indenture of demise by William le Clerch of Geydon to Henry le Scinner, or Schinner, of Derset Magna, Maud the first wife and John the son of the said Henry, for the term of their lives in survivorship, of a message next the place of Thomas le Smith in Derset aforesaid; rent, 30d. and heriot on deaths. Friday after St. Luke the Evangelist, 13 Edward III.|
A. 9869. Feoffment by John son of Ralph called le Chapman (dicti
mercatoris) of Derset Magna to William le Clerc of Geydon, of 4s 6d. rent
issuing from two tenements and 1a. arable in the town and fields of
Suthend and Herdewik, whereof Robert Magot and Emma his wife and
John their eldest son hold one tenement with a place opposite and 1a.
arable for the term of their lives, and the said Robert and Emma hold the
other for life; also grant of the reversion of the said premises. Monday
after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 3 Edward III.
Endorsed: De redditu Johannis Raulyns de Derset quod Robertus Magod tenet.
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9870. Counterpart of demise, Michaelmas 18 Edward IV, by Sir William Catesby, knight, to John Weste of Welton, of a 'mese' and land there, for ten years; rent, 9s. 6d. Seal.|
|[Norf.]||A. 9871. Release by Ascelina late the wife of Reyner de Gymingham to John son of Emma de Burnham Sutton and Elizabeth his sister and John son of the said Elizabeth, of her right in a messuage and a rood of land in the parish of St. Albert of Burnham Sutton; consideration, 9s.|
|[Linc.]||A. 9872. Feoffment by Mariota le Rous of Sumerseby to Geoffrey de Tynton, dwelling in the same town, and Alice his wife and their heirs, of a toft in the lower part of the town of Sumerseby, next the toft formerly Robert Cormayles,' &c., and four selions of arable, with 'hakereswedis' to the same belonging, &c.; rent, 4d. to the chief lord of the fee on the feast of St. Botolph. Witnesses:—Master William, then rector of the church of Sumerseby, and others (named).|
|N'hamp.||A. 9873. Bond by John Watford of Wykeley, co. Northampton, and Thomas Watford, his son, to Dame Anne Osbern of St. James End, next Northampton, widow, in 20l. at Midsummer. 12 June, 17 Edward IV. One seal.|
|[Warw.]||A. 9874. Release by Robert Hereward of [Merston] Jabet, and Joan his wife, to Ralph de Tuwe of the same, of their right in all their land, &c., in Ascote. Wednesday, the feast of the Purification, 47 Edward III.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9875. Release by Geoffrey, son of Hugh le Chapman, of Yelvertoft to Richard Ballard in Yelvertoft and Juliana his wife, their heirs and assigns, of all his right in a rood of arable, which he granted to Maud his sister, for her life, in 'le Otecroft,' next the land which Geoffrey Smith (faber) formerly held of Robert le Vaus. Witnesses:—Thomas de la Heusee and others (named). Thursday after Michaelmas, 6 Edward II.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9876. Sale by William son of Ailric of Norhampton and Aileva his wife to William son of Robert, for 28s. which he gave them to make their pilgrimage to Jerusalem (ad peregrinationem nostram faciendam in terram Jerosolimitanam), of their tenement in the street of the fullers (in magno rico fullonum) in Norhampton between the tenement of the said William son of Robert on the west and the tenement of Roger Pruet on the east, rendering therefore yearly to Seful the tailor (parmentario), chief lord of that fee, 32d. for all service. Witnesses:—Robert Rote, Richard le Hestreis and others (named). Seal, broken.|
A. 9877. Feoffment by William de Esseby to Walter son of Walter
King (regis), for his homage and service, of 2½a. land of his wood of
Scutestok, those, to wit, which lie between the croft (cruftum) which Thomas
Fisher (piscator) formerly held and the house of Adam Carter (carectarii),
and his wood, and the way leading from Brograve to Scustok; rent, 7d.;
consideration, 20s. and 12d. beforehand.
Endorsed:—Carta Willelmi de Asbi ad Walterum le Kyng de tenemento in Shustok.
|A. 9878. Acquittance by John Watyr otherwise called 'York Herault' of Arms to Thomas Stokes, 'gentilman,' for 6l. 13s. 4d. of his fee granted him by the King, for half a year ending at Michaelmas. 16 October, 5 Henry VII.|
|N'hamp.||A. 9879. Acquittance by William Reve of Throp next Davyntre, co. Northampton, chaplain, to William Catysby, knight, of Aschbylygger, in the said county, for 52s. for grain bought of him. 16 December, 8 Edward IV.|
|[Warw.]||A. 9880. Feoffment by William Cook and Thomas Sclatier of Schopes to Philip Francton and Alice his wife of the same, of 8a. arable and ½a. meadow in Heliden, which they had by the gift of the said Philip. St. Hugh the Bishop and Confessor, 1 Henry IV. Seals, one broken.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9881. Release by Simon son of Segwyn Maulor[i] of Hollewell to Robert Maulor [i], of his right in a half virgate of land with buildings, which he held in the town of Veletone of the fee of the said Robert Maulor [i]; for this Robert gave him 20 marks beforehand. Witnesses:— Sir Robert son of Walter, Sir Simon de Trop, Sir Philip de Daventre, and others (named).|
|[Warw.]||A. 9882. Indenture of demise by John son of Ralph called le Chapman (mercatoris) of Derset Magna to Ida his mother and Alice his sister, for the term of their lives in survivorship, of a messuage in 'la Suthend' in Derset Magna, and a place of land opposite it, which Ralph his father had by the gift of Sir John de Sulleye; to hold by the rent of a rose during the said Ida's life, and by 2s. 6d. rent if the said Alice survived her. Sunday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 14 Edward II.|
|[Suff.]||A. 9883. Release by Joan late the wife of the late Sir Adam de Newmarch (Novo Mercato) to Stephen son of Peter de Hauekedone and Katharine his wife, of her right in the lands and tenements which they held in the towns of Stanesfeld, Ch[y]pp[e]leye, Benardeston, and Ha[ue]kedone.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9884. Letter of attorney by Arnold (Arnaldus) de Cave to Robert Doget to deliver seisin to Seman de Stok of all the part which came to him by reason of the dower of Isabel his wife in 'le Maydencroft' with the curtilage adjacent. Assheby Liger, the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle 2 Edward III.|
|Heref.||A. 9885. General release by William Davyes of Hereford, 'bochour' to William Gatesby (sic), knight, and Joan his wife. 11 December, 34 Henry VI.|
|Heref.||A. 9886. General release by John Campe of Hereford, 'dyer,' to William Gatesby (sic), knight, and Joan his wife. 20 December, 34 Henry VI.|
|Glouc.||A. 9887. General release by John Howys of Gloucestre to William Cattysby, knight, and Joan his wife. 14 September, 34 Henry VI.|
|Heref.||A. 9888. General release by Richard Loret of Hereford to William Gatesby (sic) knight, and Joan his wife. 20 December, 34 Henry VI.|
|Heref.||A. 9889. Acquittance by John Fouler of Hereford, 'vynter,' to William Gatesby (sic), knight, and Joan his wife, by the hands of Thomas Benet, for 6l. 20 December, 34 Henry VI. Seal.|
|Heref.||A. 9890. General release by John Wrothe the elder, of Hereford, 'fyss[monger],' to William Gatesby (sic), knight, and Joan his wife. 20 December, 34 Henry VI. Seal.|
|Heref.||A. 9891. General release by John Dyer of Hereford, 'barbour,' to William Gatesby (sic), knight, and Joan his wife. 20 December, 34 Henry VI. Seal.|
A. 9892. Bond by John Watford, and Thomas Watford, son and
heir of the said John, late of Creton, co. Northampton, 'gentilman,' to
William Catesby, in 100l. at Christmas. 12 December, 19 Edward IV.
Endorsed: Memorandum that ther is behynd to be contented 5 mark for the full contentacion for the bargene of all the landes in Creton. And that a feyn shall be takyn within viij. dayes after the xijth day nexst comyng by John Watford and Elizabeth his wif with a warent of hur and hur heires &c. Thomas his son and heire &c. Wherof is content to W. Newnham xxvjs. viijd. and to yong Watford att London vjs. viijd.
|Heref.||A. 9893. Acquittance by John Edmondes of Hereford to [William] Gatesby (sic), knight, and Joan his wife, for 10s. received by the hands of Thomas Benet. 20 December, 34 Henry VI.|
|Heref.||A. 9894. General release by Roger Sherman of the parish of St. Nicholas in Hereford to William Gatesby (sic), knight, and Joan his wife. 20 December, 34 Henry VI.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9895. Counterpart of demise by John Walton of Welford and Margaret his wife to Thomas Teken of Yelvertoft, of the moiety of a curtil- age in Yelvertoft in 'le Westhende'; term, 100 years; rent, a grain of corn yearly. Witnesses:—John Lovet and others (named). Sunday after Michaelmas, 5 Henry IV. Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||A. 9896. Letter of attorney by Benedict, son of John Normon of Welton to Roger le Bacheler of Asschebyliger to deliver seisin to Sir William, the chaplain, son of Roger le Bacheler, of the same Asscheby, of 2a. ½ rood arable in Asscheby. Rokeby, Saturday after St. James the Apostle, 21 Edward III.|
|[Bucks.]||A. 9897. Demise by . . . . to . . . Bychindon and Isabel his wife, for their lives in survivorship, of the [multure of his men] free and bond of Polikote to the mill of Chard [esley], rendering therefore yearly . . . marks . . . . . 34 [Edward I]. A fragment.|
A. 9898. Counterpart of indenture made at Reskymer, 10 June,
10 Edward IV, between William Reskymer, esquire of the one part,
and John Champernon, John Cheyny of Pyn, esquire, William
Menwynnek, Otys Trefusys and Jamys Boneython, of the other,
'offe and uppon a feoffement made by the saide William' to
them of all his lands, &c. in Reskymer Cutter, Merthen Manek,
Reskymer, Rescurwyll, Lucias, Wynnyanton, Tre . . or . . . ell,
Trevarthyan, Trethyne, Helugan, Carveynek, Styckere, and Pennarth, viz.,
'after the discesse of the saide William Reskymer he to be convenyently
beryede of the issues and profitez of the saide londis'; his debts to be
paid; 100 marks to be raised for the marriage of his daughter; lands to the
value of 13s. 4d. yearly to 'certeyn feoffers to the use and profet of the
Prior and Frerys of the hous of Truru'; if John Reskymer, his son and
heir, survived him, but died 'before the refeeffement made,' the said feoffees
to 'make a lawfull astate for terme of her lyffe in name of dower to oon
Elizabeth Holond wyffe unto the saide John Reskymer of all the thrydde
parte' of the said lands, &c, if Elizabeth, wife of the said William, pre-
deceased the said John his son; but if the said Elizabeth the mother
survived the said John, the said feoffees to make estate to the Baid
Elizabeth wife of John as abovesaid, the 'dower of the said Elizabeth
the mother alway except'; the reenfeoffment to be made after the said
feoffees had received a reasonable sum for the execution of the
Endorsed: Voluntas Willelmi Reskymer.
A. 9899. Release by John son and heir of William de Rostourek to
Walter de la Medeshole, of his right in the fealty, rent and service of
Master Stephen de Penpel for the messuage and land the said
Stephen held of him in Trewens next Caer, viz. 10s. rent.
Witnesses:—John de Arundell, knight, Oliver de Tregadon, Odo de Trevael,
John Caam the elder, Andrew de Caer. Dated at Tretherf, Thursday after
St. Gregory the Pope, 15 Edward III.
|[Cornw.]||A. 9900. Indenture being a feoffment by Marina Lannargh, one of the daughters and heirs of James Lannargh, to Christopher Barlowe, in tail, of all her lands, &c. in the town of Lannargh Murur, with the reversion of all the lands, &c. which Joan Lannargh and Isabella hold there in dower; rent, a grain of corn at Michaelmas. Witnesses:—William Antron, John Penros, William. Harrys. 6 August, 19 Edward IV. Seal (a bird), broken.|