A Calendar To the Feet of Fines For London and Middlesex: Volume 1, Richard I - Richard III. Originally published by Hardy & Page, London, 1892.
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HENRY V. Divers Counties.
3. Thomas Broun, John Corf, and John Cottusmore, and Walter Grene, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Fynchyngfeld, in the county of Essex, and the manor of Huscarle, and premises in Stebenhethe, Bramley, and Hakeney, in the county of Middlesex. Anno 1.
30. Thomas Derham, Thomas Lopham, Nicholas Hywyssh, Hugh Mynge, clerk, and Laurence Howet, clerk, and William Wyngefeld, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in Stebenheth, Hakeneye, Stretford Langthorn, and the parish of the Blessed Mary Matfelon at le Whit Chapell, in the county of Middlesex, and in Haddeley, in the county of Suffolk. Anno 3.
45. Robert Neweton, clerk, and John Walden, esquire, and Idonia, his wife. The manors of Penbrokes and Bruses, in the county of Middlesex, and manors and lands in the counties of Essex and Cambridge. (Remainders). Anno 4.
90. Roger Crome, the younger, John Pygot, John Threske, chaplain, and Richard Weltden, and Thomas Gray, citizen and grocer of London, and Matilda, his wife. Premises in Enefeld, in the county of Middlesex, and Sywardeston, in the parish of Waltham, in the county of Essex, and the homage of certain persons. Anno 7.
97. William Babyngton, Henry Barton, Richard Bokelond, Nicholas James, John Guy, John Lenyng, the elder, John Lenyng, the younger, Richard Osbarn, John Carpenter, the younger, and John Stafford, and Richard Marlawe, citizen and "iremonger" of London. The manor of Oldeford called "Marlawe Maner," otherwise "Badby Maner," in the county of Middlesex, and a messuage in Henlee upon Thames, in the county of Oxford. Anno 8.