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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|[Devon.]||C. 4201. Grant by Walter Cake of Barnestapol to Thomas Holman alias Piers and Joan his wife of two tenements in Barnestapol, situate in the prior's fee there, between St. Andrew's churchyard and the high- way. Witnesses:—Henry Ridewyn, mayor of Barnestapol and others (named). Saturday after St. Gregory the pope, 6 Henry V.|
|[Sussex.]||C. 4202. Grant by William, vicar of Assheburnehame, and John Kechenhame of the same parish, to John de Wylysham son of the late Robert de Wylysham, of Assheburnehame, and Christina his wife, of all the land, &c. which they had by the gift of the said John de Wylysham in the parishes of Wartlynge and Assheburnehame, viz. those which descended to John after the death of the said Robert his father, and of Margery last wife of the said Robert; to hold to John and Christina for the term of their lives in survivorship, with remainder to John de Wylysham their son, his heirs and assigns. 11 October, 14 Richard II. One seal.|
|[Staff.]||C. 4203. Grant by Hugh son of John de Crownage to William son of Ran[ulp]h le Lokere of Betiley of the moiety of a place (placee) of land in a spot (loco) called 'le Polesthed,' whereof William son of Gregory has the other moiety, next the lord's vivary, and so following the bounds of Balterleyg, &c.; rent 2d. to the chief lord of the fee for all service. Witnesses:—Richard Dun and Hugh son of Lonot', bailiffs and others (named). Thursday after St. Agatha, 1313. Seal.|
C. 4204. Deed poll by Isabel late the wife of Sir Geoffrey Wyth,
whereby, reciting that John son of John de Leem, who claims to hold
his lands &c. in Beston by Berton after his father's death in fee tail,
had released to her his right in the advowson of the church of that
town, and had warranted the same, she grants that the said clause
of warranty shall not hold good against persons claiming by some
other title, but only against him and his heirs. Friday after St. Barnabas,
12 Edward III.
Endorsed: . . . . Beston Juxta Smalberghe.
|[Essex.]||C. 4205. Grant by John Chapman of Southmenstr' to William Kynott of the same, Joan his wife and the heirs of William, of a tenement and land called 'le Wyndheel' in Asschildeham, which he bought of John the younger son of Osbert Laxstrate of Asschildeham; they shall do to the chief lords the services due and [pay] to William de Maldone and his heirs 5s. for all other service. Sunday before St. Simon and St. Jude, 36 Edward III.|
|[Bedford.]||C. 4206. Grant by John Attewode of Boddenho to John his son of 9a. 3r. arable and la. ½r. meadow in the fields and meadows of Bestone, situate as described. Buddenho, Tuesday, the feast of St. Hilary, 22 Edward III.|
|[Bedford.]||C. 4207. Grant by Henry Herberd of Beston to Ralph son of Andrew Ivel of Thornecot of a messuage in Beston with house built thereon. Sunday after St. Peter's Chair, 9 Edward II.|
C. 4208. Quitclaim by William atte Herne of Camelton and Ellen
his wife to William Rysby of Thorncote and Eustace Persoyll of their
right in all land, &c. in Beeston in the parish of Northyevell. Camelton,
Tuesday in Easter week, 21 Henry VI. Seal and fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Beeston in the parishe of Norrell.
|[Bedford.]||C. 4209. Quitclaim by John Percel of Elnestowe to William Risby of Beston of his right in a messuage and land in Thornecote, which Thomas Ivel had by the gift of John Percel his father. Thornecote, Sunday before St. Barnabas, 4 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Staff.]||C. 4210. Grant by John le Spicer of Betteley and Roger de Wynynton to William Gregory of the same, Margery his wife and the heirs between them begotten, with remainder to his heirs, of all the lands in Betteley and Balterley which they had by his gift. Sunday, the feast of the Epiphany, 49 Edward III.|
|[Staff.]||C. 4211. Quitclaim by Thomas son of William Cotin of Madeleye to Sir John de Hauekeston, knight, of his right in two places of land and wood in the fee of Madeleye under Lyme which Sir John has by the gift of Margery his, Thomas's, mother. Witnesses:—Sir John, vicar of Madeleye, and others (named). Sunday after the Circumcision, 33 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Bedford.]||C. 4212. Grant by John Tyrell, rector of Carlton, John Bawdewyne of Harewold, chaplain, Richard Berner of Wynbissch, and John son of John Cuddyng of Carlton, to William Wodhull and John Ward, chaplain, of 6a. arable and 14 ft. meadow, which they had by the gift of John Cuddyng of Carlton. Tuesday, the eve of St. John the Baptist, 51 Edward III. One seal.|
|[Staff.]||C. 4213. Grant by Robert Watton to Bernard de Rydewar, vicar of Tuttebury, of a burgage in Tuttebury in Monk Street (vico monachorum). The morrow of St. John the Baptist, 3 Henry IV. Seal.|
|Lincoln.||C. 4214. Grant by Simon Swaby, chaplain and rector of the church of St. Peter at Arches, Lincoln, to John Sysson, tanner (barkar') of Lincoln and Robert Penny, 'webster,' of the same, of a tenement in the parish of the Holy Cross in Wykford, Lincoln, which he had by the gift of Robert Porkar of Claypoll, chaplain. Witnesses:— John Rous, mayor of Lincoln, Edward Burton and John Tonard, sheriffs, and others (named). Saturday, the feast of St. Gregory the Doctor, 17 Henry VI.|
|Heref.||C. 4215. Quitclaim by John Chippenham, esquire, cousin and heir of William Mey, late citizen of Hereford, to Hugh Ragon, clerk, Thomas Breynton, Henry Harper, Roger Gybbes and John Breynton, of his right in all land, &c. in the city of Hereford or elsewhere in the county, late in the tenure of the said William. 1 March, 6 Henry VII.|
|[Essex.]||C. 4216. Grant by John, younger son of Osbert Laxstrate of Asschildeham, to John Chapman of Southmenstr', of land called 'le Wyndhel' in Asschildeham which he had by inheritance after Osbert's death, and afterward by the feoffment of William de Maldone; Chapman shall pay 5s. yearly to the said William and his heirs. Sunday after the feast of St. Peter the Apostle, 31 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Suffolk.]||C. 4217. Grant by John Fyry of Hadleye and Henry Papcy, of the same, to John Coleman of Hadleye, of a tenement formerly William Fynch's, in Hadleye, viz. a toft, garden, 16a. land, la. pasture. Friday before the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 40 Edward III. Seal and fragment of seal.|
|[Kent.]||C. 4218. Grant by Agnes late the wife of Peter Stedeman to Cristina Stoke and Joan wife of John Mayster the younger, of her moiety of a garden in the parish of Seynt Marie Craye between the highway to Orpynton, the meadow of the manor of Orpynton and the other moiety which she lately gave to John Mayster the elder, 10 January, 20 Richard II. Seal, quasi-armorial, damaged.|
|[Notts.]||C. 4219. Grant by John Sutton of Sleford to Robert Kellum and Henry Forster of Newerk of a moiety of a third of a messuage in 'le Marketstrete' of Newerk. 21 May, 9 Henry V. Faded. Seal.|
|[Norf.]||C. 4220. Quitclaim by John Marsham of Bakonesthorp, son and heir of Andrew Marsham, deceased, to Robert Newman of Suthreppes, William Curteys, vicar of Haneworth, and William Multon, chaplain, of his right in all the land, &c. in Suthreppes, Thorpmarket and Antyngham late his said father's and formerly John Kydelomb's. 12 June, 21 Edward IV. Seal.|
|[Herts.]||C. 4221. Quitclaim by Thomas Huet, chaplain, and John Aleyn of Chetyngdon to Richard Bybet of Naldewyk of their right in 3a. arable in Tyscote, Naldewyk and Bettelowe. Tyscote, the Nativity of St. Mary, 10 Henry IV. Seal.|
|[Berks.]||C. 4222. Grant by Henry atte Grene of Cherltone to Sir William Fitz Garyn, knight, Amice his wife, and Sir William's heirs, of a half head-acre (acram capitalem) in a furlong called 'le Garstone,' upon which 5a. arable abut, in Wanetynge. Thursday after the Nativity of St. Mary, 20 Edward III.|
|Chester.||C. 4223. Grant by Richard le Fleccher, rector of Haselwall, and John Thikkenes to John son of Philip de Eggerton of a fourth part of the manor of Hampton and a fourth part of all the land, &c. in the county of Chester which together with William le Baxter, rector of the mediety of the church of Malpas, Richard Massy del Hogh, Hugh de Malpas of Chekley, John de Kynaston and Philip Fylkyn, since deceased, they had by the gift of John son of David de Malpas. Saturday after St. Ambrose, 15 Henry VI. Two seals, damaged.|
|[Kent.]||C. 4224. Bill of sale by William . . . . . . [of] . . . . . . [in] Eyllesforde to Robert de Lowe of the same of all his goods and chattels, live and dead, &c, being in the parish of Eillesforde on the day of date. Tuesday after the feast of All Hallows, 33 Edward III. Seal.|
|[York, W.R.]||C. 4225. Grant by Adam Godsalte of Herthill to Thomas Harward of the same of la. arable in Herthill which he had by the gift of Brian Gille of Thorpe. 19 March, 19 Henry VI. Fragment of seal, detached.|
|[Chester.]||C. 4226. Quitclaim by Peter Crowther of Altrycham to Richard de Assheton, esquire, lord of Assheton, of his right in la. land in Altrycham which Richard had by his gift. Witnesses:—Richard Dugdale, rector of Assheton, and others (named). 1 December, 14 Henry VI.|
|[Notts.]||C. 4227. Quitclaim by Maud wife of Thomas Wakefeld of Newerk, esquire, without coercion or procurement of her said husband, to Robert Scotte and William Caleys, chaplains, John Turnbull, Thomas son of Richard Couper of Newerk, 'barbour,' Robert Whyte son of Whyte (sic) of Balderton, and John Othehall of Screveton, of her right in a messuage and burgage (placea terre que extat burgagium) in Appultongate, Newerk, which they had by the gift of the said Thomas Wakefeld. 15 February, 31 Henry VI. Seal.|
|Cambridge.||C. 4228. Grant by John Basset of Chishull, co. Essex, the elder, Thomas Marchall of Dunmowe, John Smyth, William Grene, and Thomas Godeman of Chishull, to John Thurlowe, John Ansty the younger, 'gentilman,' John Brown, John Lorkyn, John Gateward, and Thomas Flexman, of all the land, &c. which together with Richard Fox of co. Essex, esq., William Newport of co. Hertford, esq., and William Marchall, clk., since deceased, they had by the feoffment of John Danby, citizen and saddler of London, James Russell of Ikelington, and John Hunte the elder of Witlesford, co. Cambridge, and which formerly were of Edward Clerk of London, saddler, in Triplowe; also of 6½a. in divers fields of Triplowe, which together with the same persons deceased, they had by the feoffment of John Chambyrleyn of Melleborne, William Stokes of the same, John Pryme of Tryplowe the younger, and Thomas North of the same. 8 November, 22 Henry VI. Three seals.|
|[Notts.]||C. 4229. Grant by William de Schipley and Avice his wife to Sir Thomas, rector of Kinmerley, and his heirs, of the messuage with croft and half-bovate of land in Kinmerley which Margery daughter of Roger son of Thomas of Kinmerley formerly held. Sunday after the feast of St. Gregory, the Pope 6 Edward III. Faded. Seal.|
|[Staff.]||C. 4230. Grant by William de Grafton to Thomas his son of all his land in the fee of Madeley; for this Thomas gave him 20s. before- hand. Sunday before the feast of St. John the Baptist, 34 Edward [I].|
|[Essex.]||C. 4231. Grant by Agnes Chalk of Hatfeld Regis to John Bromhulle of the same of a piece of land in Hatfeld in the field called 'Rachesleye'; also a parcel of hedge at Longecroft at the head of an acre formerly her sister Agnes Coupere's, and a parcel of hedge at the side of Longecroft. Sunday after the Ascension, 37 Edward III.|
|[Lincoln.]||C. 4232. Grant by John de Beurelay to William son of Alan de Alwalby and Beatrice his wife of a toft with its buildings in Welygham abutting on Rapercroft, &c. rendering therefore yearly to Sir Robert de Donygtoun 12d. at the feast of St. Botolph, and 12d. at Michaelmas, for all service, except two suits to the court of Sir Robert yearly. Sunday after St. Mark, 28 Edward III. Seal, damaged.|
|[Essex.]||C. 4233. Demise by Joan Lys of Willynghale Spayne to John Mone the elder, son of John Mone of Writele, of a croft in Willynghale Spayne, saving to her for life the lopping of the hedges thereof; rendering 12d. yearly to her for life, for all service. Tuesday the feast of St. Peter's Chains, 48 Edward III.|
C. 4234. Grant by John Bayly of Wyflingham and Thomas his son,
chaplain, to John de Gaynesburcgh of the same and Isabel his wife of
a toft in Wyflingham. The feast of St. Barnabas, 1401.
Endorsed: . . . . nuper Willelmi Sowrby.
|Essex.||C. 4235. Grant by Henry Barnes of Chalfunt St. Giles, co. Bucks, esq., to John Damyon of Langdon, co. Essex, yeoman, and Reynold Clerk of the same, yeoman, of his manor of Malgraves in the parish of Horndon on le Hyll and all his land, &c. in Malgrave. 18 January, 24 Henry VII.|
C. 4236. Grant by John Cokeyn, John Wakefeld, and William
Coupere, chaplain, to John Wodehous, cousin of William Cresewyk,
late citizen of London, John Cornewaleys, Richard Claidich, clerk,
John Thurgere, chaplain, and William Ledbetere, clerk, of 2½a. meadow
in 'le Sterte' in the parish of Camerwelle which, together with the said
William Cresewyk and others, since deceased, they had by the gift of
Richard Scotard, citizen of London. 16 October, 9 Henry IV.
|Surrey.||C. 4237. Quitclaim by Walter Vitull, citizen and armourer of London, to William Stranxhill, citizen and skinner of London, Sir John Caston and Sir Gerard Hesyll, chaplains, Robert Holond, barber, John Herst, skinner, John Rythe, 'malemaker,' John Body, 'peyntour,' and Thomas Clerk, skinner, citizens of London, of his right in the land, &c. which the said William Stranxhill and the others had by the feoffment of Henry Barton and William Newenham, citizens and skinners of London, in the town and fields of Pekham and in the parish of Camberwell alias Camerwell. 26 March, 4 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.|
|Norf.||C. 4238. Grant by Robert Newman of Southreppys, late of Framingham Earl (comitis), to Henry Heydon and Richard Southwell, esquires, and William Newman his son and the heirs and assigns of William, of .all his land, &c. with all his chattels, in Southreppys Thorpmarket, Antyngham, Gunton, Framyngham Earl (comitis,) Framyngham Pygot, Hameryngale, Biskelee, Kirby Bedon, Bramerton and Yelverton, and elsewhere in the county of Norfolk and city of Norwich. 27 October, 17 Edward IV. Seal.|
|[Notts.]||C. 4239. Grant by William Nedisson of Bathele to William son of Roger of Wymelthorp and Maud his wife of la. meadow on Estirnegaphull in the meadows of Holm of the parish of Northmusk- ham. Saturday before St. Barnabas, 45 Edward III. Seal, damaged.|
|[Notts.]||C. 4240. Grant by William More, clerk, son and heir of Roger More of Newerk to Margery More, late the wife of the said Roger, William Wro, chaplain, and Thomas Mitton of Newerk, of 4a. arable lying dispersed in the fields of Newerk and Northgate by Newerk, which his said father, together with Robert Ildeston and William Baudewyn, chaplain, had by the feoffment (C. 3914) of John Wynthorp of Newerk. 9 July, 19 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Norf.]||C. 4241. Grant by John Brid of Suthreppis to John Fayrkoc the younger, of the same, and John Clerk of the same, of his messuage and all his land in Suthreppis, Northreppis, Antyngham and Market Thorp. Friday before St. Valentine, 3 Henry V. Seal.|
|[Sussex.]||C. 4242. Defeasance of a bargain and sale by John Wody of Estgrenstede to Richard Leukenore, esq., of a 'messe,' 70a. land, 6a. wood and 6a. meadow in Estgrenstede, whereof the said Richard, the lord Audeley, lorde Dacre, Thomas Leukenore, Richard Berde and Thomas Drewe are now enfeoffed to the use of the said Richard Leukenore; viz. if John, by Christmas next, pay Richard such sum as Richard has paid John therefore, the said feoffees shall stand seised thereof to the use of John. — May, 13 Edward IV. English.|
|[Leic.]||C. 4243. Grant by Richard de Templo to Nicholas de Templo, whom he has reared (alumpno meo), of all his land in Temple (Templo) and Sibbesdon, with his capital messuage, &c.; to hold to the said Nicholas and the heirs of his body begotten, of him, so long as he live, rendering therefore yearly to him 16l., and after his decease, Nicholas shall hold it of the chief lord of the fee, by the services due and accus- tomed; if Nicholas die without heirs of his body begotten the land with the curtilage is to revert to him or his heirs. Witnesses:—Sir Ellis de Oddeston and Sir Robert de Flamvylle, knights, and others (named). Barewoll, Wednesday before Michaelmas, 18 Edward[I].|
|[Herts.]||C. 4244. Grant by Richard Braghyng, Thomas his son, John Ware, William atte Water and Walter Myce of War', to John Cok of War' Parnel his wife and his heirs, of a messuage in the borough of War' abutting on the highway on the north and the water called 'le Leye' on the south, which they, and the said John Cok, and Thomas Tunwell since deceased, had by the gift of John Kendale and Thomas Hurtyn chaplain, together with other land, &c. in the said borough; on condition that the said John and Parnel pay them 85l. within seventeen years, viz. 100s. a year. Ware, Monday after Michaelmas, 20 Richard II. Seal and fragment of seal.|
|[Bucks.]||C. 4245. Demise by Ellis Edmond to brother Richard, Master of the hospital of St. John the Baptist of Neuport Paynel, and the brethren of the same, for sixty years, of a tenement in the marsh of Neuport Paynel with curtilage adjacent, between a tenement of the said brethren and a lane leading to the house of John de Lovente. Monday before St. Thomas, 5 Edward II.|
|[Staff.]||C. 4246. Grant by John de Bechynton to John de Hauekeston, knight, of a messuage and land which he had by the gift of the said Sir John in the fees of Madeleye and Onileye. Thursday after the Annunciation, 31 Edward III.|
|[Norf.]||C. 4247. Grant by William Fayrecok the elder, of Southreppes to Clement Taillour of the same of a messuage with a croft of 1½a. land and a garden, late of Emma Smyth of Southreppes. Monday, the feast of St. Nicholas the Bishop, 13 Richard II.|
|[Glouc.]||C. 4248. Grant by Joan late the wife of William Hoper, 'mason,' to William Ekenton, vicar of Netherswelle, and Richard Jolyfe of a messuage having before it the sign of 'le Swan,' in Stow St. Edward, between the tenement of the chantry of St. Mary of Wyke, &c.; also gift to them of all her goods and chattels. 18 January, 24 Henry VI.|
|Surrey.||C. 4249. Grant by Alice, relict of Richard Bechesworth, daughter of John Drynkwater of Pekham, deceased, to John Martyn of Dep- fordstronde, co. Kent, husbandman, and Elizabeth his wife her daughter of a messuage with curtilage, garden and orchard in Pekham in the parish of Camenvell, between 'le breche' on the north and the highway on the south; also gift to them of ½a. land there in a field called 'Lyneacre' and 1r. (virgatam) meadow in a meadow called 'le Steerte'; to hold to them and the heirs of Elizabeth's body, with remainder to Elizabeth's right heirs. 26 June, 2 Henry VII. Seal.|
C. 4250. Indenture whereby William Hankeford, knight, reciting
that William Soneman, citizen and tailor of London, had enfeoffed him
of land in the parish of St. Andrew's, Holborn, whereon a rent of 4s.
is reserved, grants that William may distrain on his manor of Estbury,
co. Berks, if the said rent be in arrear. 8 July, 5 Henry V. Seal.
Memorandum endorsed of enrolment in the King's Bench.
|Cambridge.||C. 4251. Grant by John Danby, citizen and saddler of London, James Russell of Ikelyngton, and John Hunte the elder of Witlesford, co. Cambridge, to Richard Fox, of co. Essex, and William Neweport, of co. Hertford, esquires, John Basset of Chishull, co. Essex, William Marchall, clerk, Thomas Marchall of Donmowe, John Smyth, William Grene and Thomas Goodman of Chishull, co. Essex, of all the land &c. which they had by the gift of Edward Clerk of London, saddler, in Triplowe. The feast of the Conception, 10 Henry VI. Three seals, one damaged.|
|Kent.||C. 4252. Grant by William Newenham, skinner, Robert Holand, 'sherman,' and John Hurst, skinner, citizens of London, to William Hynt, Ralph Holand, John Legge and Walter Wassher, citizens of London, of land, &c. in Chellesfeld and Strode, which they had by the gift of John Silverton, citizen and skinner of London. Chellesfeld, 3 September, 4 Henry VI.|
|Notts||C. 4253. Grant by Henry le Orfevere of Notingham, and Isolda his wife, for their lives in survivorship, to Lecia late the wife of John de Brigeford of Notingham, of a croft outside the ditch (fossatum) of Notingham. Witnesses:—Lawrence le Spicer, mayor of Notingham, John le Colier and William Godmowe, bailiffs, and others (named). Sunday, the feast of St. Martin in Winter, 13 Edward II. Seals.|
|[Bedford.]||C. 4254. Grant by Hugh Persel of Thornecote to Robert his brother of a half-acre arable in the fields of Buston, on Dalhoweyfurlong. Sunday after St. Peter, 10 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Kent.]||C. 4255. Grant by Walter Lovell of Tunbregge and John Fychet of the same, to Roger Godemond, Thomas Plane and John Reme, all of Tunbregge, of a messuage and land in Tunbregge, upon con- dition that Roger pay them 34l. at certain dates; otherwise they may re-enter thereon, the feoffment and seisin had thereon notwith- standing. Saturday after the Annunciation, 33 Henry VI. Seals.|
|[Leic.]||C. 4256. Grant by John Charnels of Snarkeston to William de Pykwell, rector of Pykwell, John Fylk, chaplain, and Thomas de Wal- cote, of his capital messuage and all his land with the 'le Mulneholm' in Byldeston. Saturday after St. Ambrose, 3 Richard II.|
|[York, W.R.]||C. 4257. Grant by William de Manton of Beighton to William Herward of Wodhall of a messuage and two bovates of land in Wodhall late of William Doney of Wodhall. The feast of the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 3 Henry IV.|
|[Bedford.]||C. 4258. Grant by Maud late the wife of Henry de Thornekote to Amice late the wife of Stephen de Buddenho, John their son, and Amice and Alice daughters of the said John, and John's heirs, of a selion containing 2½r. on the tillage called 'Nakeders' abutting on 'le Dene,' &c. Thornekote, Sunday before the Purification, 34 Edward I. Seal.|
|[Herts.]||C. 4259. Grant by Philip de Aillesbirs, knight, to John Vyncent of Drayton and Alice his wife of a messuage, with croft, and 6½a. arable in Aldebury, formerly William le Warde's; to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies, rendering 3s. 2d. yearly and other services which his free tenants in the same manor do; with remainder in default of such issue to Reynold, John's brother, and the heirs of his body, with reversion in default to himself and his heirs. Sunday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 19 Edward II.|
|[Staff.]||C. 4260. Grant by Hugh Turnour of Ippestones to John Savage son and heir of Sir John Savage, knight, and Sir John Vernay, chaplain, of a meadow called 'Hondemore' within the fee of Chetelton. Tuesday before St. Margaret, 6 Henry V.|
C. 4261. Grant by Stephen atte Melle of Ealdyng to Nicholas Danne
of the same, of two parcels of land called 'Mayhewes,' containing 2a.
in the parish of Ealdyng, adjoining land of the lord le Grey, &c.
Sunday, the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin, 10 Henry IV.
Memorandum endorsed that Nicholas did fealty to the lord at Aylesford, Monday after St. Barnabas 12 Henry [IV].
|[York, W.R.]||C. 4262. Duplicate of C. 3777. Cf. C. 4341.|
|[Herts.]||C. 4263. Grant by Henry Pernel of Aldewyk to William Koukes- delle of Bettelowe of 1½a. arable in Bettelowe, on the tillage called 'Thourlonge,' &c. Friday after St. Bartholomew, 40 Edward III.|
|[Bedford.]||C. 4264. Grant by Eustace de Croftone to Joan his daughter and the heirs of her body of a messuage containing 2a. in Beston between the land of Sir Walter de Huntygfeld, knight, and the highway; and 3r. land in 'le Ruyssen.' Sunday after St. George, 15 Edward II.|
|[Staff.]||C. 4265. Quitclaim by Margery late the wife of Simon Cotin of Madeley to Sir John de Haukeston, knight, and Anabilla his wife, of her right in a messuage and all the land which he bought of the said Simon in the fee of Madeley under Lyme. Sunday after the feast of St. John before the Latin Gate, 26 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Devon.]||C. 4266. Grant by Margaret Baynard, widow, to Sir John White, rector of Toryton, and John Barehowse of the same, of her curtilage in Barnestapol at Southyate, between the strand, the gildhall, and the tenement of the long bridge of Barnestapol. 9 March, 5 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.|
|[York, W.R.]||C. 4267. Grant by William de Kyveton of Herthull to Amice de Westfeld of the same of 9a. land lying dispersed in the territory of Herthull. Easter eve, 10 Edward II. Seal, damaged.|
|[Sussex.]||C. 4268. Grant by Robert de Echelond and Isabel his wife to John de Wylsham and Cristina his wife and his heirs, of three pieces of land in the parish of Asshebournhamme. St. George's day, 2 Richard II. Two seals.|
|[Suff.]||C. 4269. Grant by John Ansty and John Sparwe of Boxforde to Robert Dulle of Boxforde of a messuage and garden in Boxforde. 11 March, 43 Edward III. Seal.|
|[York, W.R.]||C. 4270. Demise by John Seirlby, esquire, to Thomas Harwarde of Herthill of a toft in Herthill from the feast of St. Martin in Winter, 35 Henry VI, for ninety-five years, rendering 12d. yearly. Dated the day and year above. Seal.|
|[Sussex.]||C. 4271. Quitclaim by Thomas Martyn of the parish of Wertlyng of John Brykeden and John Martyn of his right in three pieces of land called 'Paynysland' there, which together with them, he had by the gift of John Wilsham and Alice his wife. Wylsham, the day of the Conception, 7 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Essex.]||C. 4272. Grant by Richard Totereg of Burnham and Felicia his wife to John Foul of Sudmenstr', 'skynncr,' and John Foul, 'cord- waner,' of a moiety of the land called 'Wyndhellelond' in Asshyldham, which descended to the said Felicia after the death of William Kynot her father. Sunday before the Epiphany, 19 Richard II.|
|Chester.||C. 4273. Quitclaim by Thomas son of Rothoric, knight, to Urian de Eggerton and Amelia his wife and his heirs of his right in all the land, &c. which they had on the day of date in Neuton by Oldecastel. Norbury, Thursday the morrow of the Nativity of the Virgin, 1333.|
|[Lincoln.]||C. 4274. Grant by Roger son of Humphrey Moigne of Clee to Thomas Moigne of Clee his brother of a bovate of land, called 'Bateland,' in Clee with a ½a. land in the fields of Clee, lying on the east of the grange of the abbot of Wellowe; also grant to him of a manse and toft called 'Muncroft,' with his estate therein according to the tenor of a charter of the prioress and convent of Grimesby. Wednesday after the Nativity of the Virgin, 12 Richard II. Seal.|
|[Norf.]||C. 4275. Grant by John Bryd of Southreppis and Alice his wife to John Kedelom of the same of 3r. land in the field of Thorpmarket. Monday before St. Bartholomew, 5 Henry V. Seals.|
|[York, W.R.]||C. 4276. Grant by William le Warde of Herthill to Henry Colhy of Wodehall and Juliana his wife for their lives in survivorship of a toft in Wodehall. Sunday after St. Lucy, 1318.|
|[Surrey.]||C. 4277. Grant by Robert Chamberlayn and Andrew Kebbyll to Richard Shotte, Richard Cabull, William Cobbe, citizen and 'glover' of London, and William Grene of Bermondesey, gentleman, of all the land, &c. in Pekham and the parish of Camberwell alias Camerwell, which they had by the grant of John Caston, chaplain, John Body, 'payntour,' and Thomas Clerk, skinner, citizens of London, who, to- gether vvith others, had the same by the feoffment of Henry Barton and William Newenham, as in C. 4237. 26 February, 31 Henry VI. Seals.|
|[Norf.]||C. 4278. Grant by John Wende of Southreppes the younger, and Nicholas Hanewrth, of the same, to John Haydon of Baconysthorp, Richard Bertylmwys of Thorpmarket, clerk, and Adam Clerk of Southreppes, of 7a. and 6a. land in Thorp aforesaid. 17 September, 38 Henry VI. Seals, damaged.|
|Cambridge.||C. 4279. Quitclaim by Edward Clerk of London, saddler, to John Basset of Chishull, co. Essex, the elder, Thomas Marchall of Dunmowe, John Smyth, William Grene and Thomas Godeman of Chishull, of his right in land, &c. in Triplowe which they have by the feoffment of John Danby and others, who had the same by his feoffment, as in C. 4251. 25 July, 20 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Notts.]||C. 4280. Grant by John son of John son of Peter to John son of William Lucas the elder (seniori) of a messuage in the market-place of Newerk, which he had by the gift of the said William Lucas. The eve of St. Peter and St. Paul, 1334 (trissesimo quatragesimo). Seal.|
|[N'hamp.]||C. 4281. Grant by John Duyr, chaplain, son ot John Duyr of Daven- tre, to John Steill, clerk, Thomas Hikedy of Daventre and Henry Neuport and William Haddon of the same, of a messuage in Daventre which he had by the gift of Maud Duyr, his mother. 29 June, 9 Henry V. Seal, damaged.|
|Warw. Worc.||C. 4282. Quitclaim by Henry Porter of Sulihull and Beatrice his wife, late the wife of John Smyth of Sulihull, to Richard Lyne, chaplain, Henry Rolves and John Hulot of Sulihull, of all the right which they have for her life, by the grant of the said Richard, Henry and John, in lands late the said John Smyth's, in Yerdeley and Stycheford, co. Worcester, and Sulihull, co. Warwick. Monday before the Annunci- ation, 11 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Notts.]||C. 4283. Grant by Hugh de Erleshagh, chaplain, to Sir John de Schupton, vicar of Farndon, William de Preston, and Alice his wife, of a messuage in Neuwerk in 'le Marketsted,' which he had by the gift of the said William. Thursday after Whit Sunday, 21 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Devon.]||C. 4284. Grant by Silvester le Deghere to Alyna his daughter and the heirs of her body (heredibus de carne sua procreatis) of a tenement without the north gate of Barn[estapole] with a place of land opposite it; with remainder to Sarah and Alice wife of Geoffrey de Colecote his daughters successively and their issue, with reversion to himself and his heirs. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Flytington, mayor of Barn[estapole], and others (named). Monday after St. Martin, 4 Edward III.|
|[Notts.]||C. 4285. Defeasance of a writing obligatory whereby John de Belesby of Gladewynthorpe is bound to Roger del More of Neuwerk in 20 marks, viz. if Roger be undisturbed after John's death in respect of dower out of a messuage in Newerk in Barnebygate, which he has by John's feoffment, the writing to be void. 14 June, 21 Richard II. Seal.|
|[Radnor.]||C. 4286. Grant by William son of Henry Holle of Boreware and Thomas Holle of the same to Walter Thomkyn of Boreware and Joan his wife of all the arable lands which they had by the gift of William Paynot in the fields of Boreware, within the fee of the same and the lordship of the castle of New Radenore. Witnesses:—William Chyld of Barnaldon, Thomas Smyth of Emynghope, and others (named). Monday after St. Matthias, 3 Henry VI. Faded.|
|[Staff.]||C. 4287. Quitclaim by Agnes late the wife of Thomas de Grafton to Hugh son of William de Chaldon of her right by way of dower in a place of land which her said husband held in the fee of Maddeleye by the gift of his father. Witnesses:—Adam, lord of Mucluston, Richard de Vernney, Robert, lord of Onyleye, and others (named). Mucluston, Sunday before Christmas, 11 Edward II.|
|[Wilts.]||C. 4288. Quitclaim by Alice late the wife of William Davy of Whiteparish (Alba parochia) to Alina le Englisshe of her right in all the lands which Alina bought of the said William in the fee of Welpeligh. Saturday, the feast of St. Edmund, the King and Martyr, 10 Edward II. Fragment of seal.|
|[Notts.]||C. 4289. Confirmation by John Lucas son of William Lucas the elder (senior) of Neuwerk, in his full age, of his grant to William de Preston of Farndon of a messuage in Neuwerk in 'le Marketsted' and quitclaim to him of all his right therein. Wednesday after Whit Sunday, 20 Edward III. Seal.|
|[Notts.]||C. 4290. Demise by Robert Strelley, esquire, to Thomas Belers, esquire, of the site of his manor of Oxton, with all land, &c. thereto belonging; the park with 'le Hedur Launde,' a pasture called 'Treb[er] Hawe' and a croft, from the road up to 'le pole,' excepted; for twelve years, at 10 marks rent. Monday after the Holy Trinity, 28 Henry VI. Seal.|
|[Middx.]||C. 4291. Will of Margery Croke of London, widow, sister and heir of William Soneman son and heir of William Soneman, citizen and 'horner' of London, as to the disposition of a field called 'Bradforth,' as enclosed, in the parish of St. Pancras; 4a. land in a croft by 'Lyverlane' in the parish of St. Andrew in Holburn; and 4s. rent from lands formerly William Hankeford's and afterwards of Richard Hankeford, knight, de- ceased, in the same parish of St. Andrew; which field, land and rent des- cended to her on her brother's death and whereof John Croke, gentleman, William Broun, cutler, and Thomas Plummer, writer of court hand, citizens of London, are seised to her use by her feoffment; to wit that they be sold by her said feoffees and that if the said John Croke would buy them, he shall have them for 10 marks less than the price offered by any other; the money coming from the sale to be disposed to fulfill the legacies in her testament of goods and in masses &c. for the souls of Maud Goldbetyr, her grandmother, William Soneman and Ellen, her parents, William Burdon and Robert Croke, her husbands, her brethren, &c. and all faithful deceased. 28 March, 1453, 31 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.|
|Heref.||C. 4292. Grant by Thomas Hogges of Welyngton and John Hoper of Morebrugge to John Leyntall of Welyngton and Eleanor his wife and the heirs of her body begotten, of the land &c. in Welyngton and Bodenham late of Thomas Restard late of Welyngton, which they had by the gift of John Breynton; if she die without issue the land, &c. is to remain to the said John Breynton, his heirs and assigns. 20 July, 12 Henry VII. Two seals, One damaged.|
|[Bedford.]||C. 4293. Demise by Ralph de Thornecote to Roger Ivel of the same of la. ½r. arable in the fields of Beston, for three years from Midsummer, 8 Edward II, till he has had three crops therefrom. Sunday, the feast of St. Peter and St. Paul, the year above written.|
C. 4294. Quitclaim by Ellis son of John Eadmund of Tykeford
to brother Richard of the hospital of St. John the Baptist of Neuport
Paynel, and the brethren of the same, secular and regular, of his right
in a tenement there, as in C. 4245. Palm Sunday, 5 Edward II. Seal,
with legend, s. elie. edmvnd.
Endorsed: the corner house next Jacobes Lane.
|[Notts.]||C. 4295. Grant by Richard Wright of Northgate by Newerk, 'wever,' to John Bek of Newerk, 'barbour,' of 1a. 3r. arable in the fields of Northgate in exchange for la. 3r. lying dispersed there. Witnesses:— William Cade of Newerk, alderman, and others (named). 23 January, 16 Henry VII.|
|[Bedford.]||C. 4296. Grant by William Mylward of Thornecote, Eustace Perte- soyll, William Wayte and Richard Payn to William Rusby of Thorne- cote of the land, &c. which they had by the gift of Thomas Ivell of Thornecote, in Beeston, Hacche, Thonecote and Bodynho. 19 Sep- tember, 11 Henry VI. Two seals.|
|[Warw.]||C. 4297. Quitclaim by John son of Richard Hawe of Solyhull to John Janne of the same of his right in two places of land and moor in Solyhull, by Waddeford Walle. Monday after the Holy Trinity, 14 Edward III.|
|[Staff.]||C. 4298. Grant by Luke le Keu (Lucas cocus) of Donynton to Hugh son of William de Chaueldon of all the land which he had in the fee of Maddeleg' by the demise of the late Richard de Buk' and Millicent his wife in the fee of Madeleg' and Onyleg' (sic), with reversion of dower; warranty of the lands as by charter and fine appears. Cf. C. 3796.|
|Staff.||C. 4299. Grant by James Skeyl to John Dun of Betteleye of a messuage in Betteleye with curtilage between the highway from Betteleye to 'Mulle Pole,' &c. Witnesses:—William de Lautone, 'baylif,' and others (named). Monday, the feast of the Epiphany, 38 Edward III.|
|[Surrey.]||C. 4300. Grant by John Baker of Pekham the younger, of the parish of Camerwell, to Stephen Scarlet of all the land which descended to him after the death of Richard Bakere, his father, in the town and parish aforesaid. Monday before the Circumcision, 44 Edward III. Seal.|