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 13 EDWARD II.
Ate Holmes (Richard).—His granary in the vill of Henle to be sold for pious uses. To Hawisia his wife a brewhouse and shops in the parish of S. Nicholas Shambles near Pentecost lane, and his dwelling-house in the parish of S. Mary de Somersete, for life; remainder to Thomas his son in tail; remainder to pious and charitable uses. No date.
Roll 48 (9).
Soroweles or Soreweles (Robert).—To Olive his wife and John his son his tenement in the parish of S. Botolph near Billyngesgate; remainder to pious and charitable uses. To Johanna his daughter a shop in the parish of S. Magnus in Breggestrate. No date.
Roll 48 (12).
Heyne (Robert).—To Walter Neel a portion of his house at Henle. All his tenements in the parish of H. Trinity the Less to be sold, and the proceeds devoted to pious uses for the good of his soul and the souls of Lucy his late wife, Agnes his present wife, and others. No date.
Whereupon came Agnes, the wife of the testator, and claimed one third of the tenements devised as above to be sold, by way of dower.
Sporun or Sporoun (Ralph).—To Johanna his daughter houses within Neugate, parish of S. Sepulchre, charged with the payment of his debts and twenty marks to Agnes her sister. Also to the said Johanna the wardship of Thomas his son. No date.
Roll 48 (29).
Herlawe (Nicholas de).—His tenement in the parish of All Hallows at the Hay to be sold to pay his debts and fulfil his testament. To Petronilla his wife his term in certain tenements. No date.
Roll 48 (31).
Staunford (Andrew de).—To Emma his wife and John their son houses in the parish of S. John de Walebrok; and if the said Emma marry or know any man carnally her interest is to remain to the said John; further remainder to pious uses. No date.
Roll 48 (38).
Fairhod (John).—To Bona his wife his dwelling-house in the parish of S. Andrew Castle Baynard for life; remainder to pious uses in the paid parish church for the good of his soul and the souls of Johanna and Juliana his former wives, Bona his present wife, Ralph his father, and Matilda his mother. Shops in the said parish to be sold to pay his debts, and the residue to be devoted to pious uses. No date.
Roll 48 (73).
Wynton (John de), "barbier."—To Johanna his wife houses and shops in the parish of S. Edmund the King for life, she paying to Martin Trie an annuity of six marks; remainder to his three children Robert, Francis, and Isabella. To Cristina his daughter, wife of Thomas de Coventre, Alice, Agnes, and Johanna his daughters, and Salomon and James his sons, shops and rents in the above parish and in the parishes of S. Dionisius Bakecherch and All Hallows de Stanyngcherch. Bequest of six marks rent of a tenement in the parish of S. Nicholas Hakun towards the maintenance of a chantry. No date.
Roll 48 (78).
Motun (Robert).—To Johanna his wife a tenement in the said (sic) parish of S. Clement for life; remainder to Robert his son in tail; remainder to pious uses. Two shillings quitrent to the fabric of the church of S. Clement for entry and exit by a postern from the above tenement to the churchyard and the said church. Also to his said wife her entire chamber with various chattels. To Elyas Moton, his father, a rent charge in the above parish and the parish of S. Mildred in the Poultry for life. To Richard his son in tail tenements in the said parish of S. Clement and in the parish of S. Olave near Martelane; remainder to Alice and Alice (sic) his daughters by Alice his wife. To William his son a tenement in the Poultry. To Johanna his daughter the reversion of a brewhouse and shops in the parish of S. Edmund the King in Lumbardestrate, and to Matilda his daughter the reversion of a bakehouse and shops in the said parish of S. Edmund in Berchernerelane, (fn. 1) with cross remainders. To Alice his younger daughter his term in tenements en la Riole (fn. 2) and in the Vintry near the Thames. To his child en ventre sa mère a tenement in Martlane. No date.
Whereupon came the above Johanna, wife of the testator, and put her claim, forasmuch as her husband had left to her a tenement which they had jointly acquired to them, their heirs and assigns, and the assigns of the longest liver of them, &c.
Bolyton (Peter de).—To Margery his wife his tenement in the parish of S. Nicholas Coldabbey for life; remainder to pious uses. To Geoffrey his son a shop in the parish of S. Mary Magdalen of the Old Fish Market. A tenement in the same parish to be sold to pay his debts and fulfil his testament, No date.
Roll 48 (104).
Mareschale (Margaret la).—To Edmund her brother an annual quitrent of a tenement in the parish of S. Magnus and the wardship of Johanna her daughter, to whom she leaves other rents in the same parish. No date.
Roll 48 (110).