A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1915.
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A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1915.
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|[Derby.]||C. 3901. Sale by Emma daughter of William son of Robert de Macworthia, and late the wife of Hugh Lupus of Macworthia, to Robert son of William le Vavasur, of 1a. arable in 'Redeleys' in Macworthia, for 14s. in gersum. Witnesses:—Sir Thomas Anselin, Simon de Tuschet, rector of Macworth, Richard son of Richard de Adlardistr', and others (named). Fragment of seal.|
|[Sussex.]||C. 3902. Grant by William son of Robert ate Halle of Ifelde to Richard son of John de Langenhurstes of Roussperre of a messuage and two fields in Ifelde on the highway from Roussperre to Craule, which his father formerly held of the inheritance of Eveline his mother. Eve of St. Barnabas, 9 Edward II. Seal, with legend: wil'i. ate. hawl.|
|[York, W.R]||C. 3903. Grant by Joan relict of Hugh Comader of Barlleburgh to John Godhus of Barlleburgh, of 1a. in Herthill adjoining land called 'Tretonland,' Ryelanddyk, and a road called 'le Brodgate.' Saturday before St. Gregory the Pope, 17 Richard II. Seal.|
|[Dorset.]||C. 3904. Grant by Richard Lupezate of Tavent and Isabel his wife to Thomas Pokeswell and Stephen Bavestoke of a tenement in the parish of St. James, borough of Shaftesbury. Witnesses:— Roger Penne, mayor of the said borough, Robert Pert, deputy of the prior of Bradelegh in the office of King's bailiff there, and others (named). 22 August, 18 Henry VI. Two seals.|
|[Bedford.]||C. 3905. Grant by John Astel of Boddenho to Nicholas his son of the moiety of a messuage with croft in Boddenho abutting on the common pasture of Beston. Monday, the feast of St. Philip and St. James, 22 Edward III.|
|[N'hamp.]||C. 3906. Grant by Ralph son of Simon de Ordlingberg' to Philip son of Roger de Cranesle of half an acre of land in Cranesle called 'forinsecus seillunus de la breache' in exchange for four other selions (seillunorum) within the close of Ralph's close there. Witnesses:— Robert de Braybr', Elias de Cranesle, Alexander de Braybroc, and others (named). Seal, with legend: sigill. radvlfvs (sic). de. ordlingbergia.|
|[Oxford.]||C. 3907. Counterpart of grant by William Hamelden, the younger, to William Hamelden, the elder, his father, John Grene, and John Bocher of all lands, rents, and services in Sydenham, Chynnore, Shir- bourne, and Goldore which his said father gave to William Skyle, vicar of Sydenham (who released his right therein to his co-feoffees, Sunday after the Translation of St. Thomas, the Martyr, 18 Richard II), John Grene, of Henle on Thames, John Shenholte of Sauterdon and John Forgyf, and whereof the survivors, John Grene and John Shenholte, enfeoffed him and Isabel his wife, and his heirs. 20 July, 3 Henry IV. Three seals, one perfect.|
|[Notts.]||C. 3908. Grant by Alexander Williamson to John Willughby of Newerk, 'wever,' and Joan his wife, Henry Fauconer and Nicholas Kayser, and the heirs of the said John and Joan, of a messuage in Appultongate, Newerk, next to that of the bishop of Lincoln, which, together with John Lawe, clerk, and John Lesyngham, since deceased, he had by the gift of William Martyn, 'wevar,' and William Martynson, 'barker,' both of Newarke. Witnesses:—John Cotes, alderman, and others (named). 24 February, 4 Edward IV. Seal.|
|[Salop.]||C. 3909. Grant by Adam le Gold of Bruggenorth to Hugh . . . . ede of the same, Maud his wife, and her heirs, of the front half of the tenement wherein the grantor dwells in 'le Mulnestret,' Bruggenorth, stretching from the highway to the hospital of St. John, and adjoining a tenement of the prior of the said hospital. Witnesses:—John de Hulle and Walter de Aldenham, bailiffs of Bruggenorth, and others (named). Wednesday, the morrow of St. Gregory, 33 Edward III.|
|[Chester.]||C. 3910. Grant by Madoc le Balled of Egerton to Madoc son of Griffin son of Wyon of Egerton of three half lands with a butt between 'le Waylond' and Redmorisfeld, with ingress and egress in order to improve them with marl or manure, at a yearly rent of a barbed arrow on the feast of St. Oswald the king and martyr; for this Madoc son of Griffin gave him 2 marks beforehand. Seal, with legend: s. madoci. cal[vi].|
|[Kent.]||C. 3911. Demise by John de Godintune to William Potin of two acres of 'wareland' between the land of Lambert le Werin and that of Bartholomew the smith (fabri) at a yearly rent of 2s., for all service, saving such service as is due to the king from two acres of wareland; for this William gave him a mark in gersum; the grantor to provide land in exchange by view of lawful men in case of failure of his warranty. Witnesses:—Henry de Cobbeham, John de Dunleghe and others (named).|
|[Lincoln.]||C. 3912. Grant by Richard son of William the Chapman (mercatoris) of Oselby to John son of Alan Sirewe of Osgotby of a selion on Staynfurlangs in the east field of Oselby, adjoining the land of the prior and convent of Elsam and the moor, rendering therefore in the year in which the land is sown a ½d. at Christmas.|
|[Chester.]||C. 3913. Grant by William le Bruyn of Guldensutton to Richard the younger his son of twelve selions on 'le Ferkes,' Hole, and Wolstaneshaker, in Holdicheweyenes and Raggisfeld, by 'le Scherte- gurstingis,' and elsewhere in Guldensutton at a yearly rent of ½d. for all service saving foreign service. Witnesses:—Roger le Bruyn of Stapilford, Richard de Bulkileye, and others (named).|
|[Notts.]||C. 3914. Grant by John de Wynthorp of Barnebygate, Newarke, to Robert Hilleston, Roger de More, and William Baudewyne, chaplain, of 4a. on Sandepitfurlong, Symethclif, Gorbrod, Barnebygatfurlong and 'le Chapell Furlong,' in the fields of Newerk and Northgate at a yearly rent of 12d. payable to the chief lord of the fee. 20 April, 12 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.|
|[Derby.]||C. 3915. Grant by Thomas Tuschet, with the assent of Parnel his mother, to Herbert Snou of the chapel, for his homage and service, of la. in Lefwineslega in Mackewurth, to hold by the free service of 1d. yearly.|
|[Dorset.]||C. 3916. Grant by Cristina relict of William Bowley of Brudeport to Thomas Clerke of Pymowre of a tenement in the south street, Brudeport, adjoining a toft of the abbot of Abbatisbiry. Witnesses:— William Olyver and Richard Burgh, bailiffs of Brudeport, and others (named). 4 November, 35 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.|
|[Kent.]||C. 3917. Grant by John Davy of the parish of Sevenoke to Agnes late the wife of John Frend of the same parish of land there called 'Hatterysland' and 'le Solefeld' adjoining the archbishop of Canter- bury's heath and land called 'Russellys,' which, with John Smyth, since deceased, he had by the gift of the said John Frend. Sunday after St. John before the Latin Gate, 12 Henry IV. Seal.|
|[Herts.]||C. 3918. Confirmation by Henry son of Geoffrey son of Simon of the gift by Richard son of Simon, his uncle, confirmed by his father, to William Aignel for his homage and service, in Hamelhamstudia, viz., a virgate of land which Ralph son of Emma held in Estebroc, and an assart which the said Richard held in the same town; for this William gave him 12s. Witnesses:—Ralph Chaenddut, and others (named).|
|[York. W.R.]||C. 3919. Grant by William Serelby, esq. to Walter Hekyngton of Harthill, during the minority of Richard son and heir of Richard Harward of Harthill, of the wardship and marriage of the said Richard the younger, and of all lands held of him by the said Richard the elder by knight service. 8 April, 8 Henry VII. Seal.|
|[Lincoln.]||C. 3920. Grant by Margaret daughter of Thomas called 'Yerl' of Wyflingham, widow, to Thomas son of Robert called Ad Ripam of Wyflingham of a place of her toft there between an oak-trunk (quodam trunco unius quercus percoupati) and a willow-trunk.|
|[Kent.]||C. 3921. Grant by Nicholas Lathell, gentleman, and John Stokys and John Clerk, citizens and grocers of London, to John Andrewe, clerk, of land in Orpyngton at a yearly rent of 6d. The feast of St. Matthew, 19 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.|
|[Notts.]||C. 3922. Grant by Margaret late the wife of Robert son of Geoffrey of Strelley, to Sir Robert de Strelley, knight, William his son, and Sir Robert's heirs, of two cottages in Strelley assigned to her in dower; and quitclaim of her dower from a tillage of land in Cossale which Richard de Wiluby had by the demise of William son of Geoffrey, of Strelley, and in her husband's freehold in Baseforde and Lambecote; in exchange for a quitclaim by Sir Robert of 10s. rent for two-thirds of a bovate in Strelley given to her for life by the said William son of Geoffrey, from whom Sir Robert acquired the said rent in fee. Witnesses:—Sir William de Cossale and others (named). Friday before the Annunciation, 13 Edward II.|
|Chester.||C. 3923. Grant by Philip de Eggerton, esquire, to John son of Roger del Dedwode of a messuage in 'le Castellone' of the city of Chester at a yearly rent of 4s. Witnesses:—John Hope, mayor of Chester, Richard Mascy and William Malpas, sheriffs, and others (named). Wednesday after the Epiphany, 9 Henry V. Seal.|
|[Bedford.]||C. 3924. Grant by Robert de la Haye of Buston to Hugh de Henlowe of Thornecote, Helewis his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to the heirs of the said Hugh, of ½a. on 'le Hacheforlong' abutting on Cockonscroft, in Bestone, at a yearly rent of a farthing, for 7s. beforehand.|
|[Notts.]||C. 3925. Grant by Robert son of Walter de Strechlegh to Robert, his son by Hawise his wife, of all his lands of Strechlegh, Oxton, Trowell, Chillewell, and Herewell, at a yearly rent of one sore sparrowhawk (nisum) or 2s. Witnesses:—Roger de Clepenville, prior of Lenton, Adam de Winton, prior of Thurgan', and others (named).|
|[Oxford.]||C. 3926. Grant by John Blount of Kyngestun in the parish of Astun Ruhant to Robert Morle of Stokkyngchyrche, John Bedewynd, vicar of Astun aforesaid, and Henry Cryps, the younger of Cobcot, of the manor of Kyngestun, with lands, services, &c., and with three cartloads of wood to be taken every week yearly in the wood of Chynnor called 'Fernor.' Witnesses:—Sir Richard Chaumpernoun, knight, and others (named). The eve of St. Simon and St. Jude, 9 Henry IV.|
|[Chester.]||C. 3927. Grant by William Patrik to Madoc son of Houwel, for his homage and service, of the third part of the town of Neuton which Yarvard son of Madoc son of Houa formerly held, with 'housbolt' and 'haeybolt' and 'tacfre' in the wood of Oldcastil for himself and all men dwelling upon the said third, at a yearly rent of 5s.|
|[York, W.R.]||C. 3928. Grant by John de Weste of Roderham and Thomas de Symmes of Wales to Roger de Graystok, Amice his wife, and her heirs of all lands, rents, and services in Herthill which they had by the gift of the said Roger and Amice. Witnesses:—Sir John de Melton, knight, Nicholas de Kyvetone, esquire, John de Symmes of Wales, and others (named). 8 August, 9 Henry VI. Two seals, one a fragment.|
|[Warw.]||C. 3929. Quitclaim by John son of Rondulf de Bech' of Berkeswell to Agnes relict of John Barry of the same of all his right in land in Berkeswell which he had by the gift of Nicholas son of Reynold the smith (fabri) of Berkeswell, part adjoining the road from Berston to Coventry. Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||C. 3930. Quitclaim by Adam son of Michael Rock of Cranesle, to Master Reynold son of Hugh de Cranesle of all his right in ½a. called 'Crowebrodealfaker' on Southil in the east field of Cranesle, and in four sellions in the west field there, as the charters of Agnes Fraunceys and Alan the shepherd (bercar') witness; also in a yearly rent which the said Reynold had by the gift of the said Michael. Seal.|
|[Lincoln.]||C. 3931. Grant by Agnes daughter of Henry Fraunc of Wiflingham to Walter Joie of Wiflingham of a toft there with a house thereon, of the inheritance of the said Henry, at a yearly rent of ½d., for a mark beforehand. Witnesses:—Adam, vicar of Wiflingham, and others (named).|
|Middx.||C. 3932. Bond by Godfrey de Hadestok to William de Bethune of London for 36 marks, with a clause permitting the King's stewards and marshals to arrest him for the debt or for costs of recovery. The debt is due at Michaelmas, 14 Edward I French.|
C. 3933. Exchange between Sir Robert de Stretleya and Geoffrey
the clerk, son of Roger of the same, of 3a. in Westlade by the perch
of 18 ft. for 3a. in Le Leyes at the cross of William the parson, by
the road leading to Kynmarel'; and of a toft in Stretleya for four
selions which Robert the miller holds of the lord. Witnesses:—
Gerard de Sutton in Assefeld, Stephen de Brocolvestowe, and others
|Chester.||C. 3934. Grant by Thomas le Tw, chaplain, to John son of Nicholas Roket, chaplain, of a messuage in Copeneslone in the city of Chester, which he had by the gift of John de Bostok and William Saundur, executors of William Hap, between the land of the abbot and convent of Basingwerk and that of the nuns of Chester. Witnesses:—Richard Erneys, mayor of Cestre, Madoc de Capenhurst and Roger de Macclisfeld, sheriffs, and others (named). [1327.] Seal.|
|[Bedford.]||C. 3935. Grant by William Tivile of Caldecote to Roger Ivel of Thornecote and Isabel his wife of 1r. at Litle Smethedene in Bestone. Thursday after St. Dunstan, 5 Edward II.|
|[Warw.]||C. 3936. Grant by Adam son of William Worme of Aston by Bermyngham to Ralph le Webbe of Wytton of all his lands in Aston. Thursday after the Conception of the Blessed Virgin, 1 Richard II.|
|[Notts.]||C. 3937. Quitclaim by Alice late the wife of Thomas Spenser of Newerk, 'fyscher,' to Sir John de Lyncoln, chaplain, of her right by dower or otherwise in a messuage in Appultongat street, Newerk, which he had by the gift of William son and heir of the said Thomas, saving to her for life the easement of a shop and a chamber built above, and of the curtilage adjoining, which Emma wife of the late John Schepard of Sutton by Bekyngham holds in dower, after the death of the said Emma. Friday after St. Luke, 2 Richard II. Fragment of seal.|
|[Lincoln.]||C. 3938. Grant by Nicholas Fraunchis of Wiflingham to Adam son of Alan the clerk (clerici) of the same of land in Depedale, Thrithidale, Grenehil, Setcop, Band, and Mansike, and at Ludford- gate and Wlstayncumb, in Wiflingham, at a yearly rent of ½d. Witnesses:—Sir R., vicar of Wiflingham, Walter the steward (senescallo) of Est Rasen, John son of John the clerk (clerici) of Kevermud, writer of this charter, and others (named).|
|[Essex.]||C. 3939. Grant by William Penne of Colecestre, and John Ocham, chaplain, of the same, to John Seman of the New Hyth, Colecestre, of a tenement formerly Gilbert de Pyggesle's, afterwards Geoffrey Dawe's, which they had by the gift of the said Geoffrey, in the New Hyth, between the high street and a lane called 'Chirche-lane.' Witnesses:— Simon Fordham and John Cristion, bailiffs of Colecestre, and others (named). 29 May, 10 Richard II. Seal.|
|[Berks.]||C. 3940. Quitclaim by Henry son of John le Teler of Waneting to Andrew de Grymstede of his right in a tenement which Henry Biffard at the time of his death held of the said Andrew in Waneting and Ardyngton, and whereof the said Andrew is now seised. Redyngg, Monday, the feast of St. Hilary, 26 Edward [I].|
|Kent.||C. 3941. Quitclaim by John Dalley of Snodland and William Symes of the parish of Allhallows in the hundred of Hoo to Robert Rede, serjeant-at-law, Thomas Pympe, esquire, William Wodegate, John Ware, and John Fraunces of their right in a marsh called 'Fraunces Mersch' in the parish of St. Mary. 23 May, 7 Henry VII. Fragments of two seals.|
|[Berks.]||C. 3942. Demise by Sir Gilbert Chasteleyn to Sir John de Trillawe of the wardship of the lands of Thomas son and heir of John Payngnel in Borwardescote during his minority, with his marriage, at a yearly rent of 20 marks for three years, and 24 marks for the next ten years. Kingham, Thursday before Palm Sunday, 25 Edward III. French.|
|[Staff.]||C. 3943. Grant by Nicholas de Ochull of Madeleye to John de Hauekeston of land in Madeleye. Madeleye under Lyme, Sunday before Michaelmas, 19 Edward III.|
|[Warw.]||C. 3944. Grant by John son of Clement Lucas of Berkeswell to Agnes relict of John Barry of the same of la. in Berkeswelle adjoining the highway to Covyntre and the way to Hampton, with a house thereon, at a yearly rent of 4d. payable to the chief lords of the fee for all service, save two appearances yearly at the court of the lord. Monday before St. Alphege, 10 Edward II.|
C. 3945. Grant by Fridessanda daughter of Sir Richard de Heyling,
knight, and Joan and Amabel her daughters, in their widowhood,
to William Ad Ripam of Wyvelingham and Agnes his wife in survivor-
ship of a croft called 'Coker Croft' and of land which he had by the
demise of Amabel de Heyling and by the demise of Walter de Ver
and the same Amabel his wife, in Wyvelingham, at a yearly rent of 9s.
Endorsed: Carta de Coker Croft ex australi parte de Houtoft.
|[Staff.]||C. 3946. Grant by Philip son of William the miller (molendinarii) of Womborn to Moses de Waltham and Amice his wife, for their service and for 14½ marks beforehand, of a messuage, land, and water-mill with suit, pond, and alder-holt in Womburne. Fragment of seal.|
C. 3947. Indenture tripartite between Robert Brampton and
Thomas Calcroft of the one part, William Butiller of Caleis of the second
part, and John Wodehous of Caleis of the third part, whereby it is
agreed that a bond, wherein the said William is bound to the said Robert
and Thomas, shall remain in the hands of the said John to their use,
as collateral security for payments due on the house where the said
William dwells, in case of fire or other misadventure. 1 April, 1431.
French. Fragments of seals.
Two receipts endorsed.
|[Oxford.]||C. 3948. Counterpart of C. 3907.|
|[Chester.]||C. 3949. Grant by David de Malo Passu to Philip his son, for his homage and service, of three bovates of his demesne in Wiggelaunde, land and wood in Pilatenhalewh' and Wychalewh', and one-fourth of a free salt spring in Upper Wych; held of the house of St. Wereburga, Chester; rendering therefore to him and his heirs at Midsummer gilt spurs or 6d., for all service. Witnesses:—Sir H. abbot of Chester Philip de Orreb', justice of Chester, Henry de Aldithel', and others (named). Seal.|
C. 3950. Grant by John de Koye and Joan his wife to William
de Durham (Dunolm') and Sabina his wife, for 50s. beforehand in
gersum, of the moiety of a void space in the ward of Simon de
Hadestok between the lane of Holy Trinity the Less on the east and
'Sporuneslane' on the west, and adjoining the church of St. Michael
Queenhithe (de Ripa Regine) at a yearly rent of a clove. Witnesses:—
Sir Hugh son of Otho, keeper of the city of London, Robert de Cornhull
and Thomas de Basing, bailiffs, Simon de Hadestok, alderman of that
ward, Simon le Barbur, beadle of the said ward and others (named).
[1269.] Two seals.
Endorsed: Enrolled in the Husting, Monday the morrow of the Finding of the Holy Cross, 55 Henry III.
|[Lincoln.]||C. 3951. Grant by Robert son of Robert son of Ralph of Foules- thorp to Adam son of John de Brigesle of Welesby of selions and 'akerhevedes' on Langmare and Burghill, next land late of Sir Peter de Goushill, &c., and of one dole (daila) of meadow at the north end of 'le Sykes,' in Welesby. Monday after the Holy Trinity, 1358.|
|[Oxford.]||C. 3952. Grant by Norgana late the wife of Robert son of William to Michael son of Simon in free marriage with Maud her daughter, and with the assent of Henry her son and heir, of a virgate of land in Thuinthrop which Ailmer held, quit of all service, saving the king's service. Witnesses:—Sir Peter de Mara, Sir Richard le Tug, Sir Robert Pippart, Sir Gilbert de Dudeville, Gilbert de Bolebec and others (named).|
|[Heref.]||C. 3953. Grant by William son of Goda, with the assent of his heirs, to Hugh de Lauton, for his homage and service of land in the fields of Welintun and meadow in 'dalmedewe' there at a yearly rent of 1d. after the death of the said Goda, for all service, saving the service of the king and the chief lord, for two marks beforehand. Witnesses:— Herbert Buter, Nicholas de Furches, Henry the clerk, William son of Robert, Adam [son of] Robert, and other. Damaged.|
|[Bedford.]||C. 3954. Grant by Andrew son of Richard Ivel of Thornecote to Robert son of Rose of Thornecote and Lucy his wife, for their homage and service and 13s. in gersum, of ½a. of land on 'le Northlonge' in Buston at a yearly rent of ½d., saving the king's scutage.|
|[Oxford.]||C. 3955. Grant by Iseult daughter of Hugh Marshal (Marescalli) to Walter de la Pole of all her land in the tenement of Abbefeud at a yearly rent of 1d.; for this he gave her 20 marks. Witnesses:— William de Leueknore, Ralph de Vernay, and others (named).|
|[Oxford.]||C. 3956. Grant by John le Loreng of Chinnore to Peter de la Pole of Sydeham and Emma his wife of 2½a. in the tillage (cultura) called 'le Strete' in Chinnore, and quitclaim of his right in ½a. there, to hold at the yearly rent of a clove; for this Peter paid him two marks beforehand at Oxford before the justices in eyre. Oxford, after the Purification, 1284.|
|[Staff.]||C. 3957. Grant by Alice relict of William le Turnur, to Stephen son of Ody de Snede, dwelling in Betileg, of all her lands in Betileg which descended to her after the deaths of Adam the fisher (piscatoris) her father and Edith her mother. Witnesses:—William son of Gregory and Richard Dun, bailiffs, and others (named).|
|Notts.||C. 3958. Demise by Robert de Stokes, the elder, to William son of Ralph de Gedeling of 1a. in Westriehel in Notingham at a yearly rent of ½d. for forty years, for 36s. beforehand. Witnesses:—Adam le Paumer and Ralph le Bere, reeves (prepositis) of Notingham, and others (named). The lease to begin on the feast of St. Matthew, 46 Henry III.|
|[Staff.]||C. 3959. Grant by Margery de Grafton to Thomas de Betteleye of land in Madeleye. Friday after St. Thomas, 20 Edward III. French; very faint. Seal.|
|[Bedford.]||C. 3960. Grant by Lucy and Alice daughters of Henry son of Lettice of Thornecote, to Roger Ivel of Thornecote, of a place in Thornecote, with a house thereon, adjoining a tenement of the lady of Huntyngfeld. The day of St. James, 10 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Hants.]||C. 3961. Grant by John Damedenis, son and heir of William Damedenis of Penitone Meysi, to Henry de Harnhulle, knight, of all the lands in Penitone Meysi which descended to him on his father's death, with the reversion of the dower of Maud de Dene, late the wife of the said William. Thursday the feast of St. Andrew, 14 Edward III. Fragment of seal.|
|[Chester.]||C. 3962. Quitclaim by William son of Cecily to Thomas de Venables of all his land in Neubold, for three marks beforehand.|
|[Cumberland.]||C. 3963. Grant by John and Robert de Wilton to Nicholas Preistman of all their lands called 'Akysbiggyng' in Uldale. Witnesses:—William de Osmonderlawe and Christopher de Curwen, knights, and others (named). Monday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 9 Henry IV. Two seals, one damaged.|
|[Suffolk.]||C. 3964. Grant by Roger son of William Esturmi to Richard son of William Burici, of Gud[est'], for his homage and service and a mark in gersum, of the whole land which William father of the said Richard held of his father in Helmel', at a yearly rent of 12d. in lieu of a former rent of 2s. Witnesses:—Abraham de Waudringefeud and others (named). Fragment of seal.|
|[Lincoln.]||C. 3965. Demise by Robert son of Gilbert of Hagham to Gilbert his brother for life and to his assigns for one year after his death of two tillages (culturas) called 'Whitegrissewanges' at Cokhoustight, in the west field of Tathewelle, at the yearly rent of a rose at midsummer. Hagham, Thursday after St. Andrew, 1343.|
|[N'hamp.]||C. 3966. Grant by Jordan de Mallisle to Master Reynold son of Hugh de Cranisl', of land on 'le Undirwold,' adjoining land of the lord of Cranisl', in Cranisl'. Witnesses:—William de Sancto Germano, lord of Brouton, Hugh, lord of Cranisl' and others (named). Seal.|
C. 3967. Acquittance made by the abbot of Hulton, co. Stafford,
to Sir Edward Wade, chaplain of Bruggenorht, his proctor, for 10s. of
a yearly rent of 2s. issuing from a house in the street of Bruggenorht
called 'Hongre' for five years last past. St. Matthew's day, 1438.
Also acquittance for 13s. 4d. paid at Michaelmas, 1448. On the fold at the bottom: Et concessimus eidem domino Edwardo annuatim de dicto redditu iiijd. pro labore suo.
C. 3968. Grant by William, son and heir of Nicholas Baily, formerly
called 'Olvesdissh,' to Hugh Donne of Budworthe in le Frith, esquire,
of land in Budworthe in le Frithe, now mostly covered with water,
adjoining a water-mill built by the said Hugh in Rissheton, which
land is the mill-leat (attachiamentum fossati defensorii sive capitis stagni
vocati 'a were') and descended to him from his ancestors as appears
by a charter of Robert Daa, son of Warin le Grosvenour of Budworthe
dated Sunday before the feast of St. Peter in the Chair, 1328, at a yearly
rent of 2s. 8d., &c. 19 June, 12 Henry VII. Seal.
Endorsed: Olton myllne pole with certeyn land for the damme of the same.
|[Notts.]||C. 3969. Grant by Gilbert, prior of the order of Simpingh', and the canons of Mareseia to Ralph de Eclishale of their right in two bovates of land in Mareseia of the gift of Jordan the chaplain of Mareseia. Witnesses:—Walter, prior of Chikesande, John, Gilbert, and Martin, chaplains of Master Gilbert, prior of the order of Simpingh', and canons of the same order, Robert, dean of Strett[on], and others (named). Seal, with legend: sigill. sce. helene. de. mareseia.|
|[Staff.]||C. 3970. Demise by Richard son of Robert de Camera of Madeleye to Alice late the wife of John Hod, of the same, for life of one third of the land of the said John in Great Madeleye under Lyme, in dower; Richard and his heirs to be preferred in case she wish to demise it. Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin, 14 Edward II.|
|[Notts.]||C. 3971. Grant by Robert de Barton of Lenton to William son of John Squier of the same of 3⅓r. in Lenton, Radeford and Sutton, viz. 1r. in 'le Litulbekfeld' in Lenton between 'les Hounderodes' and Derbygate, 1r. in Midulmore in Radeford, and 1⅓r. on 'les Smalethornes' [in Sutton] between Bonwellwong and Wilkyrhowe. Sunday before St. Dunstan, 3 Richard II.|
|[Lincoln.]||C. 3972. Grant by Thomas Yerle of Wyvelingham to Margaret his daughter of a toft and croft in Wyvelingham which he had after the death of Beatrice his mother at a yearly rent of one peppercorn on the feast of St. Botolph. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph, vicar of Wyvelingham, and others (named). The feast of St. Peter and St. Paul, 1295.|
|[N'hamp.]||C. 3973. Grant by Agnes relict of Adam Francisus of Cranesl' to Reginald son of Hugh de Cranesl', of lr. at Westwerveldikes in the west field of Cranesl', between 'le Westhavedlond' and Ledingtoneslad.|
|[Herts.]||C. 3974. Grant by Richard de Pinnor to Adam Eynel of 14a. in Hemelamstud late of Ralph Dispensator at a yearly rent to the chief lords of 4s. 8d.; for this Adam gave him 100s. beforehand in gersum; warranty against all Christians and Jews.|
|[Cumberland.]||C. 3975. Agreement between John de Stodhowe of Penreth, and Alan de Penruddok, son of John Henrison, that if the said Alan die without lawful issue, in John's lifetime, John may dispose of his purchased lands in Penrith at his pleasure, notwithstanding a charter made thereof to Alan in tail; so that John celebrate, according to the sum received, for the souls of Alan and of John Henrison. Saturday, the feast of St. Luke, 6 Richard II.|
|Essex.||C. 3976. Bond by John Tyrell of Little Warley, esquire, to John Knight, gent., in 100l. 30 June, 21 Henry VIII, conditioned for his standing to the award of Anthony Fitzherbert, knight, and Thomas Inglefeld, justices of the Common Bench, arbitrators chosen both on the part of the said John Knight and Anne his wife, late the wife of Humfrey Barnes, esq. and on his part concerning the title to the manor of Malgraves, &c.|
|[Devon.]||C. 3977. Grant by Michael Damarle to William Damarle his son, Alice wife of the said William, and the heirs of William, of his tenement of Morcockisheghis in the hundred of Coliton. Sunday before St. Valentine, 3 Edward III.|
|London.||C. 3978. Grant by Godfrey, son of Geoffrey de Hadestok, late citizen of London, to William de Bettun, mercer, citizen of London, of land in the parish of St. Antholin, London, between Bokeleresberi on the north and the street on the south, with the garden there belonging to the house of Richard le Heaumer, at a yearly rent of a clove at Christmas, for 100s. beforehand; warranty against all Christians and Jews. Witnesses:—Henry le Waleis, mayor of London, Jordan Godchep and Martin Box, sheriffs, the said Henry le Waleis, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [1283–4.] Seal.|
|[Lincoln.]||C. 3979. Grant by Robert Ode of Wathe to Thomas de Skirbeck of a messuage, and all his lands, with 'acrehevedes,' &c, in Wathe and Fenneby of the fee of the abbot of Humberstan. Sunday before St. George, 1330.|
|[Derby.]||C. 3980. Quitclaim by Nicholas de Kyrkeby to Martin de Wermundesworth of all his right in a messuage and croft in Breydeston which he had by the gift of Sir Roger de Draycot; he has delivered Sir Roger's charter to Martin.|
|[Kent.]||C. 3981. Demise by Joan relict of William Woley of Elysford and Geoffrey her son to Stephen Pakke of Ealdyng of all their land and pasture at Rysebregge in Ealdyng (except the herbage of a meadow called 'Breggemed'), with right of way therefrom to the roadside hedge (sepem stratalem) of the said meadow at Forlesse, up to his bridge at Forbrok, for three years, for 4 marks and 40d. beforehand; he may cut all the brushwood and timber as well on the said 'Breggemede' as elsewhere on the premises. Ealdyng, Sunday after the Purification, 1 Richard II. Fragment of seal.|
|[Notts.]||C. 3982. Quitclaim by Margery late the wife of Reynold de Oxton to Sir Robert, son of Sir Walter de Stretl', of a toft in Oxton, which she held of him for life at a yearly rent of 12d. and 20s. which she gave him beforehand in gersum; for this he gave her 20s. Witnesses:— Sir Ralph de Crumwell and Sir Ralph de Arnale, knights, and others (named).|
|[Norf.]||C. 3983. Demise to Reynold de Stalham for his life by Joan his daughter of 1½r. in Smalberg which she bought of him, adjoining the land of the said Reynold and Margaret his wife and the road between the hall and church of Smalberg. Witnesses:—Sir Oliver Wyth, knight, and others (named). All Hallows eve, 7 Edward III.|
|[Notts.]||C. 3984. Quitclaim by Thomas son and heir of Robert Sibthorp late of Newerk to John Tailzour, the other of the chaplains of the chantry at the altar of the Holy Trinity in the church of Newerk, and his successors, of his right in three messuages in Newerk, one in 'le Market-strete,' one in 'le Cartergate,' and one in 'le Milnegate.' 26 November, 1 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Kent.]||C. 3985. Quitclaim by Robert Clerk of Leghe to Walter Flecher and John Morys of Tonbregg of his right in lands late of Henry Ramherst in the parishes of Leghe and Tonbregg. Thursday before St. Tiburcius and St. Valerian, 11 Henry IV.|
|C. 3986. Grant by William son of Hugh de Aston to William de Sanqto Cilacio for 12s. beforehand of 2a. in Aston', viz. in 'le Bourne- forlong,' between the land of the lord prior and the marsh, and in the field of Scharpenhul between the land of John Salomon and that of the lord prior, at a yearly rent of ½d.|
|[Staff.]||C. 3987. Grant by William, lord of Chetelton, to Henry del Heth of Lek' of Richard Suson, his bondman (nativum), and his issue. Saturday after the Finding of the Holy Cross, 11 Edward II.|
|[Bucks.]||C. 3988. Grant by Simon de Thyrinham, chaplain, to God and St. Mary and the brethren and sisters of the hospital of St. John the Baptist in Neuport, and the poor dwelling there, for his soul and the souls of his ancestors and of Richard de Thirinham, Maud his wife, and Giffard their son, James de Potern, and Thomas de Thirinham, of a half virgate in Thiringham and Philegrave, with a capital messuage with meadow in Thiringham which he bought of William de Enefeld, at a yearly rent of 2s. and 1lb. pepper payable to the chief lords of the fee. Witnesses:—John de Culeye, bailiff of Sir William de Bello Campo, Sir William, dean of Neuport, and others (named). Fragment of seal.|
|[Bucks.]||C. 3989. Grant by Henry son of John le Lup of Neuport, with the consent of Alice his wife, to the hospital of St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist of Neuport, of 1r. between 'le Wolfputtes' and 'le Sortefurlong,' in the tillage called 'Langefurlong' in Neuport. Witnesses:—Gervase de Pavilli, Roger the dean (decano), and others (named).|
|[Worc.]||C. 3990. Demise by William Corbet, lord of Chadesleye, to Joan de Mertone for her life of the land at La Forde which she held of him for term of years, and of the land in Essyda which he had of her gift, at a yearly rent of 2d. Witnesses:—Sir Adam de Elmbrug, and others (named). Imeney, Friday after St. James the Apostle, 31 Edward I. Fragment of seal.|
|[Kent.]||C. 3991. Quitclaim by Richard called 'le Mous' of Thonebrugge to Sir Gilbert de Clar', son of Sir Gilbert de Clar', earl (comiti) of Gloucester and Hertford, of 2½a. in a meadow called 'Estmede' in the parish of Thonebrugge, adjoining the vicar's meadow and the stream coming from the east mill; warranty for 10 marks beforehand in gersum. Witnesses:—Sir John Malemains, knight, and others (named).|
|[Essex.]||C. 3992. Grant by John de Blaumuster and Margery his wife to Nicholas le Fys of Roingges Abbesse, his heirs and assigns, and Maud his wife for her life, for their service and 30s. beforehand, of a meadow in Roingges Abbesse between the abbess of Berkingg's meadow and the marsh and meadow late of William de Bello Campo, &c. at a yearly rent of a root of ginger.|
|[Devon.]||C. 3993. Quitclaim by Richard de Hywys to Michael de Alba Maria and Agnes his wife of a moiety of the land of Morcockeshees, at a yearly rent of 5s., for all service, saving the king's service, and two yearly suits of his court of Yerdbyr'; they shall be quit for 3d. when in mercy in the said court. Witnesses:—Sir William le Prouz, Sir Hugh le Prouz, and Sir Robert de la Roche, knights, and others (named).|
|[Norf.]||C. 3994. Grant by William Curteys of Hanworthe, clerk, and Roger Broun of Thweyte to Robert Neuman of Southereppys of two enclosures in Thorpmarkette adjoining paths to Oldefelde Heythe, which they had by the gift of Andrew Marsham, late of Southreppes, by his charter indented, 28 June, 13 Edward IV; attorney to deliver seisin, William Newman, son of the said Robert. St. George's day, 17 Edward IV. Two seals, one damaged.|
|[Chester.]||C. 3995. Agreement between Cecily de Mascy and Hugh her first born son, whereby she delivered to him all land in Morton which came to her by descent after the death of Richard de Mascy her brother, saving to her the rent of Robert de Mascy for her life, at a yearly rent of 20s. for all service, save foreign service; for this he delivered (tradidit) to her all land which he had in the hamlet (villata) of Hutt[r]inton, to wit the bovate which Hugh, his uncle, gave him at a yearly rent of 6d. payable to the chief lord of the fee, saving foreign service. Witnesses:—Sir William Launcelin, Sir Roger Dunvile and Sir Richard le (sic) Mascy, knights, and others (named). Fragment of seal.|
|[Sussex.]||C. 3996. Quitclaim by Eleanor daughter of Ranulf de Kechenham to Ellis ate Wude and Maud his wife, her sister, of her right in a curtilage which Godwin de Kechenham formerly held in the parish of Esburnham, and land adjoining thereto, between the demesne of Esburnham and the great park of Kechenham, and 2a. woodland (terre brocalis) between the park ditch and the water flowing from Peneh[urst] mill to Esburnham mill.|
|[Somers.]||C. 3997. Certificate of attornment by Stephen Sely and Cristina his wife for her life, to John de Edyndon the elder whom they have put in seisin of their rent and service formerly due to John de Wyke for a messuage and virgate of land in Staunton Drew by payment of 2d. Norton Hautevile, 3 April, 30 Edward III. French. Two seals.|
C. 3998. Grant by Percival Otur and Alice his wife, late the wife
of John Tylere of Madresfeld, to Walter Corbet, esquire, lord of Couleye,
of a toft and land which John Moysew formerly held within the lordship
of Baldenhale and which the said John Tylere had by the gift of John
Whythous of Madresfeld, viz. land in 'le Longecrofte' and on Radenhull,
and a toft between the fields called 'Merschfeld' and 'Netherbenacre,'
adjoining the road from Madresfeld to Wordesfeld. Witnesses:—
William Bracy, lord of Madresfeld, and others (named). Sunday after
Michaelmas, 5 Henry V.
|[Staff.]||C. 3999. Grant by Nicholas son of William Schert to Hugh son of William de Chaveldon of 1a. in the fee of Madeleg', with ingress and egress to the highway and elsewhere. Thursday, the Translation of St. Thomas, 17 Edward II.|
C. 4000. Grant by Ralph son of Robert to Richard son of Geoffrey
Noble (Nobil'), for his homage and service and for 6s. beforehand, of
a selion on Depedale Huille in Cranesle at a yearly rent of ½d.
Witnesses:—Sir Ralph de Ordlingbere, Robert his son, Ellis, parson of
Cranesle, and others (named).
Endorsed: Carta Chirlok.