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 12 EDWARD I.
Edelmeton (John de).—To Geoffrey de Edelmeton, his servant, his tenement in the parish of S. Mary de Colchurche. To Dame Helena, daughter of John, son of Ricer, a shop near Westchep. Other bequests are cancelled. Dated London, Friday next after Assumption of V. Mary, A.D. 1283.
Roll 14 (122).
Dunelmia (William de).—To Johanna his daughter his house and shops in the parish of S. Michael towards London Bridge; remainder in default of heirs to Sabine his wife. To Margery and Isabella his daughters and to John his son the reversion of rents in the parish of H. Trinity the Less, after the decease of his said wife. Also to his said wife for life all his immovables not specially named; remainder to Henry his son in fee. No date.
The said testament was challenged by Pentecost Russell on account of the above devise of house and shops in the parish of S. Michael towards London Bridge to Johanna, the testator's daughter.
Dunnesle (Walter de).—To Alice his wife his dwelling-house in the parish of S. Michael le Quern for life; remainder to Andrew his son, the latter paying an annual rent to Henry, another son of the testator. To Idonea his daughter, with the assent of John his son and heir, rents in the parish of S. Andrew de Holeburn; and to William his son a certain shop. No date.
Roll 14 (133).
The said testament was challenged by Stephen Essewy, inasmuch as he had a term in the above rents.
James, Chaplain of the Church of S. Margaret near London Bridge.—His garden of Colmanchurch to be sold, except that part which he devised to the parishioners of the church of Colmanchurch for tiling the said church when necessary, and the proceeds to be devoted to paying his debts. No date.
Roll 14 (151).
"Le Botiner" (Henry, called).—To the Hospital of S. Mary
without Bissopisgate a tenement in the parish of S. Antonin. To Geoffrey, called "le Botiner," his nephew, a shop in the same parish. To Johanna his wife for life rents in Soperlane, parish of S. Pancras, by way of dower, with remainder to the Hospital of S. Bartholomew de Smethefeld. To Agnes his sister for life four houses towards Woderovelane, parish of S. Olave towards the Tower, with remainder to Geoffrey her son, his heirs and assigns. Also to his wife Johanna his term in lands and tenements in Esthammers (fn. 1) and in the parish of Wlchurch, (fn. 2) one half of the profits arising therefrom being devoted to charitable uses. No date.
Roll 14 (152).
Suthffolk (Osbert de).—Bequests for a chantry in the church of S. Mary le Bow, and for the maintenance of the fabric of the said church, for the souls of the testator and of Johanna his first wife. To Agnes his wife for life his houses in the parishes of Bow (fn. 3) and S. Mary de Aldermaricherch so long as she remains unmarried, and after her decease or marriage the same to be sold, and the proceeds to be devoted to the maintenance of chantries in the churches of S. Mary le Bow, S. Michael de Paternostercherch, and S. Mary de Wolcherchawe respectively. No date.
Roll 14 (182).
Tolesane or Tholeshane(Elyas de), clerk.—To Thomas his father houses in S. Nicholas Acun Lane and rents in Pycardeslane, on the condition that his said father settle all his debts. No date.
Roll 14 (189).
Whittauwyer (Elyas le).—To Marsilia his wife his houses in the parish of S. Alfige within Cripelgate for life; remainder to William his son, and if the said son should die under age the same to be sold for pious uses. No date.
Roll 14 (190).
Moneour (Nicholas le).—Bequest of divers rents for the maintenance of a lamp to burn continuously in the church of
S. Andrew, Castle Baynard. To Robert his son certain houses and a wharf, saving one third part to Dyonisia his wife. To Sibil, Agnes, and Matilda his daughters various houses and rents in the parish of S. Andrew aforesaid. No date.
Roll 14 (196).
Long (Richard le).—To Alice his wife his house near the church of S. Mary Magdalen for life; remainder to pious uses. To John de Hatfeud and John de Flete a shop in the Old Fish Market. Also to his said wife rents near Smethefeld and elsewhere. No date.
Roll 14 (204).
Jukel (John), goldsmith.—Bequest for maintenance of wax torches in the church of S. Michael de Candelwykestrete. To Eva his wife a house and shops in the parish of S. Michael aforesaid for life; remainder to John his son. To Johanna, Dionisia, and Margery his daughters rents at Rederesgate; (fn. 4) and to Henry his son rents in the lane of S. Margaret near Rederesgate. No date.
Roll 14 (208).