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 5 EDWARD I.
firstborn son. Also to the said John his tenement called the New Rent in Tamesestrete, parish of S. Michael de Candelwicstrate, saving to Martin his son, Matilda his daughter, and to the infant en ventre sa mèrecertain annual quitrents. Also to the said infant, whether son or daughter, certain houses in the lane of S. Michael aforesaid. Provision made for payment of debts. No date.
Roll 8 (25).
Frowyk (Laurence de).—To the Earl of Aubemare (fn. 1) certain rents without Neugate, due from the sister of Nicholas Ferbraz, humbly praying the said earl to remit all arrears. To Laurence his [son and] heir all his tenements within the City and suburb of London, saving to Alice his wife her dower, and excepting lands at Haveringes granted to his son John. Also to the said John shops, &c., in the parish of S. Michael le Quern, and certain rents reserved in London in case he fail to get possession of the lands and tenements at Haveringges granted to him by deed. To William and Reginald his sons divers shops. Certain rents opposite S. Martin le Grand to be sold to pay his debts. No date.
Roll 8 (29).
Londenestone (Walter de).—To Christiana his wife his capital messuage with three shops for life, with remainder to the heirs of Juliana, Mabel, and Olive his daughters in equal portions. To Simon de la Dene and Mabel, wife of the same, land in the parish of S. John de Wallebrok in Candelwistrate. And to William le Botiller and Olive, wife of the same, his house at Garschirch. No date.
Roll 8 (30).
Suchfolch (Alexander de).—To Matilda his wife his capital messuage in the parish of S. Martin de Barmannescherche (fn. 2) for life; remainder for the good of their souls. Should she, however, wish to sell it during her life, Hugh de Denton is to be preferred as purchaser by two marks of silver. Land at Hammes to be sold, and a chantry to be provided thereout in the said church. If the
said Matilda should object to the sale, then a moiety of goods thus left to her is to be retained until she shall effect the same. No date.
Roll 8 (32).
Totinham (Richard de), chaplain.—Devise to the church of S. John the Baptist of Haliwell, and to the nuns serving God there for increase of their vesture, (fn. 3) of the whole of the rent and tenement which he had by gift of Peter, son of Odo Faber; in return for which the prioress and nuns remitted and quitclaimed to Simon de Arcubus the ten shillings annual rent which they were wont to receive for a shop in Westchep. To Walter his nephew a house in the vill of Totenham. (fn. 4) No date.
Roll 8 (35).