Calendar of Wills Proved and Enrolled in the Court of Husting, London: Part 1, 1258-1358. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1889.
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ANNO 4 EDWARD I.
Everard (Thomas).—To the church of S. Gregory by S. Paul's gate four shillings annual rent of a shop. To Richard his son a messuage and rents towards the fish market after the decease of Sarah his wife. To Bartholomew his son a certain messuage and his possessions in the baily in the suburb of London. No date.
Roll 8 (7).
Frowyke (Laurence de).—To Christiana and Alice his daughters houses and rents in the parish of S. Michael le Quern. (fn. 1) To Egidia his wife his capital messuage in the City of
London for life. To Reginald his brother a messuage at the Red Cross, in trust for sale to pay his debts with permission of his mother, which he asks her for God's sake to allow. No date.
Roll 8 (11).
Godsone (Richard).—To Christiana his wife his messuage in the parish of Fancherche for life; remainder to the heirs of the body of his late daughter Katherine, subject to a rent charge of two shillings for the good of the souls of the testator and of his said wife. No date.
Roll 8 (12).
Marescall (Roger le).—To Johanna his wife all rents and possessions which he had with her. To John de Cestrehonte and Katherine, wife of the same, his tavern in Popekertelane to hold in tail. No date.
Whereupon came Walter Thovy and put a claim on the probate, saying that the testator could not do this, inasmuch as the said Walter was impleaded in the King's Court concerning certain lands and tenements which the testator sold to him by deed, in which plea the said Walter had vouched to warranty the said Roger, who warranted, and the plea is pending, so that after the decease of the said Roger it will be necessary to call his heir; and the said Walter says, as above, that the tenements which the testator held at the time of vouching to warranty cannot be aliened, nor can he release himself nor his heirs from the warranty to the disherison of the said Walter. Accordingly probate of the will is admitted as valid saving the claim aforesaid.
Heyroun (John).—To Lucy his wife his capital house for life; remainder to Nicholas his son, so that he maintain his brothers and sisters if they should fall into poverty. To Agnes his daughter a house near to the former, subject to a charge of twelve shillings for maintaining a lamp in the church of S. Nicholas Shambles. To Cecilia his daughter and William his son quitrents in the said parish of S. Nicholas. No date.
Roll 8 (19).