An Abstract of Feet of Fines For the County of Sussex: Vol. 3, 1308-1509. Originally published by Sussex Record Society, Lewes, 1916.
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2625. John Sleghtre and Margaret his wife v. John Kyng of Horstedekaynes and Maud his wife; a messuage, 80 acres of land, ½d. rent in Flecchyng; to John Sleghtre and Margaret and heirs of Margaret. (File 78. No. 8.)
2627. John Man v. Thomas Bole, citizen and iremongere of London, and Alice his wife and Thomas Gnat and Joan his wife; a messuage, 48 acres of land, 12 acres of wood, 18d. rent in Wythyhamme and Retherfeld; to John. (File 78. No. 10.)
17 Richard II.
2628. Thomas Oxenbregge and John Halle the younger v. Richard Tylle and Joan his wife; a messuage, 40 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 1 acre of wood in Assheburnhamme; to Thomas and John and heirs of John. (File 78. No. 11.)
2629. John Yettere the elder v. Maud Scalgrey daughter and heir of Henry de Estden; a messuage, 10 acres of land, 2 acres 3 roods of meadow, 8d. rent in Cherlton, Sengelton and Southstoke, which John atte Halle holds for the life of Isabel Heruy; reversion to John Yettere. (File 78. No. 12.)
2631. John Sneppe v. John Gappe and Margaret his wife; a messuage, 32 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow in B[er]ghersshe; the premises—including reversion of the messuage, 16 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, held for life by Thomas Willard—to John Sneppe. (File 78. No. 14.)
2634. John Badekefolde v. Walter Malkynson and Agatha his wife; a fourth part of a messuage, 100 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 40 acres of wood, 4s. 8d. rent in Curedeford, Wysbergh and Alfold; to John. (File 78. No. 17.)
18 Richard II.
2637. Walter Haket v. John Morteyn and Alice his wife; a third part of 14 messuages, 340 acres of land, 30 acres of wood in Chudham, Wesborn, Yabeton and Stretehampton (dower of Alice); to Walter. (File 78. No. 20.)
2638. John Beche of Sedelescombe v. Thomas Beche of Sedelescombe and Laurence Harmere; 9s. 1d. rent in Whatlyngton; the rent—with homages and services of the Abbot of Battle, Stephen Mory and Agnes his wife, John Wodeman, William atte Doune and Alice his wife, John Fynhawe, Robert Otewy, William Geffrey, John Motey, Richard Motte and Henry Stokke—to John Beche. (File 78. No. 21.)
2639. John Warnecamp v. William atte Hulle and Lucy his wife; a messuage, 120 acres of land, 4 acres of wood, £408 rent in Launcyng, Sountyng, Bradewatere, Pageham, Terryng, Wysneston, Bongeton, Asshurst and Stenyng; to William and Lucy and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Lucy. (File 78. No. 22.)
2644. William Rotforde, clerk, and John Lokyere, chaplain, v. Roger Bremshet and Maud his wife; 2 messuages, 70 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 3 acres of pasture, 10 acres of wood, 53s. rent in Petteworth, Fytelworth and Stopeham; to Roger and Maud and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Maud. (File 78. No. 27.)
2645. John atte Welle and Isabel his wife (by John Cogger) v. John Tykeregge of Frenfeld and Joan his wife; 12 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow in Frenfeld; to John atte Welle and Isabel. (File 78. No. 28.)
2646. Thomas, Archbishop of York, Robert, Bishop of London, Gerard Braybrok, knight, the younger, Thomas de Feriby, clerk, Thomas Coggeshale, John Bray of Ipworth, Nicholas Mils, clerk, and Henry Bray v. Thomas, Duke of Gloucester; manors of Westden and Laughton and hundred of Sheplake in Sussex, and manor of Flete in Kent, which Maud late the wife of Thomas de Veer, late Earl of Oxford, holds for life; reversion of manor of Laughton and hundred of Sheplake to the Archbishop, etc., and their heirs, to hold of the King, reversion of manors of Westden and Flete to the Archbishop, etc., and heirs of John Bray. (D.C.: File 57. No. 274.)
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2647. Thomas Oxenbregge of Brede v. Odierna late the wife of Richard Merthamme; a moiety of a messuage, 80 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 6 acres of wood, 13s. 4d. rent in Bekkele and Pesemershe, which Joan late the wife of John Oxenbregge atte Gate holds for life; to Thomas. (File 78. No. 29.)
2648. Thomas Oxenbregge of Brede v. Nicholas Boyly and Joan his wife; a moiety of a messuage, 80 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 6 acres of wood, 13s. 4d. rent in Bekkele and Pesemerssh, which Joan late the wife of John Oxenbregge atte Gate holds for life; to Thomas. (File 78. No. 30.)
2649. Roger Gosselyn, Thomas Endlenewyk, Richard Cessyngham and Richard Parker v. Philip Seyntcler, chivaler, and Joan his wife; advowsons of church of Alfryshton and of church of Flecchyng; to Roger, etc., and heirs of Richard Parker. (File 78. No. 31.)
2651. Thomas Bedyl, goldsmith, and John Bregge of Canterbury v. John Foxhunte and Margery his wife; a messuage, 28 acres of land, 4½ acres of wood in the vill of Battle (Bello); to John Foxhunte and his heirs. (File 78. No. 33.)
2652. William Carleton, clerk, v. John Smyth of Berewyk and Isabel his wife; 7 acres in Berewyk; 5 acres and the reversion of the other 2 acres, held by Simon Wodcok and Alice his wife for life of Alice; to William. (File 78. No. 34.)
2653. Robert Palmere of Stenyng and John Mason of Cicestr' v. John Gyterner and Joan his wife; 3 messuages, a toft, 7 acres of land in Cicestr' and the parish of St. Peter the Greater in the cathedral church of Cicestr'; to Robert and John Mason and heirs of Robert. (File 78. No. 35.)
2654. John Knolles of Estbourn v. William Barlegh of Rottyngden and Isabel his wife; a moiety of a messuage, 21 acres of land and pasture for 3 oxen and 15 sheep in Estbourn; to John. (File 78. No. 36.)
2655. Nicholas Potyn, William Makenade, John Potyn, and Thomas Norbynton, clerk, v. William Sunnyngleghe and Margaret his wife; 3 messuages, 200 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, 100 acres of wood, 18d. rent in Fernthe, Wadehurst and Maghefeld; the premises—including reversion of 63 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 33 acres of pasture and 33 acres of wood, held by Geoffrey Sunnyngleghe and Joan his wife for life of Joan—to Nicholas, etc., and heirs of John Potyn. (File 78. No. 37.)
2656. John son of John Wolf of Esshyngton and Joan his wife and John Orgell, clerk, v. John Mascal of Wynton the younger; a messuage, 132 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 4s. rent in Bungeton, Wassyngton, Wistneston, Shepelee and Thakham; to John son of John, Joan, John Orgell and heirs of John son of John. (File 78. No. 38.)
2657. William de Hoo, chivaler, and Eleanor his wife v. Robert Oxenbregge, Thomas Oxenbregge and John Shouelere, clerk; manor of Writlynge and 2 messuages, 1 carucate of land, 30 acres of wood, £12 rent in Warblyngton and Burghassh; to William and Eleanor. (File 78. No. 39.)
2659. John son of John Wolf of Esshyngton and John Orgell, clerk, v. John Mascal of Wynton the younger; a messuage, 132 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow, 6s. 8d. rent in Esshyngton, Wormyngherst and Wassyngton; to John son of John and John Orgell and heirs of John son of John. (File 78. No. 41.)
2662. Richard Fernhurst, clerk, and Alice Fernhurst (by John Sherer) v. William Sturbyn of Peuensey and Margery his wife; 2 messuages and 2 acres in Cicestr' and the suburbs of the same city, Rumbaldeswyk, and the parish of St. Peter the Greater in the cathedral church of Cicestr'; to Richard and Alice and heirs of Richard. (File 78. No. 44.)
2663. Peter Flewer, John Swyft and John Slegh (by John Halle) v. John Carpenter and Isabel his wife; a messuage and 1 acre in Southlauncyng; to Peter, John, John and heirs of Peter. (File 78. No. 45.)
2664. Thomas Newynton, Thomas Remys, Richard Aylard and Joan Asshbournham (by Gilbert Hamme) v. Thomas de Brenchesle and Joan his wife; 15 acres in Yweherst; to Thomas Newynton, etc., and his heirs. (File 78. No. 46.)
2665. John Bat v. Nicholas Frysshton and Margery his wife, John Chartefeld and Margaret his wife and John Dungate and Cristiane his wife; a messuage, 26 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow in Wythihamme; to John Bat. (File 78. No. 47.)
2666. Walter Godelak, clerk, v. John Smyth of Berewyk and Isabel his wife; a messuage, 34 acres of land, half an acre of meadow in Berewyk; the premises—including reversion of 5 acres of land held by Maud Smyth in dower—to Walter. (File 78. No. 48.)
2667. Walter Gascoigne, John Rome, clerk, John Rede, John Joynour, clerk, and John Burgoyne the younger v. Hugh Burnell, chivaler, and Joyce his wife, Hugh la Zouche, chivaler, and Joan his wife and William Crouchere, rector of church of Fendrayton; manors of Fulburn called Souchefee and Swauesey and advowsons of priory and chapel of Swauesey in Cambridgeshire, manor of Assheby la Zouche in Leicestershire, and manors of Treuere and Notteborne and advowsons of church of Chiltyngton and chapel of Treuere in Sussex; to Walter, etc., and heirs of John Burgoyne. (D.C.: File 57. No. 282.)
2668. Thomas, Archbishop of York, . . . ., Bishop of Salisbury, and Thomas Percy, knight v. William [Heron], knight, and Elizabeth his wife; manors of [Bierlynge, Burgham, Coodham, Westgene wyche and Fredeuyle] and a messuage, 300 acres of land, £10 rent in Mallyng and Ryershe and [? 36] knights' fees in . . . ., Padelesworth, . . . ., Hogham, . . . ., advowson of priory of Combewelle in Kent, manors of Bokstede and [Strete] and 2 messuages, 446 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 50 acres of pasture, 80 acres of wood and pasture for . . . . in Hothlegh, Hammes and Wogham, and 7¼ knights' fees in Combes, Hammes, . . . ., Thorneswelle, Nytymbre, Sedlescombe, Folkyng, Perchynge and Brighthelmeston and advowson of church of Strete in Sussex, 12 knights' fees in . . . ., Attylbrugge, Kerdeston, Salle, Refham, Stynton, Heydon, Corpesty, Creyk, Stanhowe, Chosele, Estrudham, Westrudham, Henton, Bakethorp, Dormere, Sisterne, Marham, Geyton, . . . ., Shuldham and Thorpmarket, and advowson of priory of Coxford in Norfolk, 1 knight's fee in Brandiston in Suffolk, 2 knights' fees in Ykelyng, . . . . ngham and Great Salyng in Essex, manor of Saberichesworth and 4¾ knights' fees in Saberichesworth and . . . . and advowson of church of same manor in Herts, 2 knights' fees in Hertwelle in Northants, 3½ knights' fees in Crofton, Chetwod, Lokhamstede and Cothe . . in Bucks, and 2 knights' fees in Hecchesham and Bertyngherst in Surrey; the premises—including reversions of manor of Fredeuyle, held by John de Harleston, knight, for life, and of the property in Mallyng and Ryershe held by John Wantyng for life, and of the property in Wogham and Hammes, held by Isabel Deneford for life—to William and Elizabeth and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Elizabeth. (D.C.: File 57. No. 286.)
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2669. Nicholas Mallyng v. John Harry and Alice his wife; a messuage, 35 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 2s. 2d. rent in Ryngemere; to John and Alice for life, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, reversion to Nicholas and his heirs. (File 79. No. 1.)
2670. Thomas Shepisseyde of London, taillour, v. Richard Pilcher and Letice his wife; a messuage, 100 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 5 acres of wood, 2s. 1d. rent in Retherfeld, Boukstede and Maufeld; to Richard and Letice for life, remainder to their daughter Alice and heirs of her body, contingent remainder to right heirs of Letice. (File 79. No. 2.)
2671. John Conyers and Thomas Joop v. William Philpot of Estgrensted and Julian his wife; a messuage, 149 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow, 1 acre of wood in Horstedkeynes and Westhodlegh; to Thomas and John and heirs of Thomas. (File 79. No. 3.)
2672. Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury, William, Bishop of Winchester, Payn Typetoft, chivaler, William Percy, chivaler, Robert Pobelowe, clerk, John Estephnes, John Cockyng, Thomas Blast and John Tauke v. John Swelle and Maud his wife; a moiety of a messuage, 2 carucates of land, 10s. rent in Ertham; to the Archbishop, etc., and his heirs. (File 79. No. 4.)
2678. Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury, Henry, Earl of Derby, John Bussy, chivaler, and Robert de Whitteby, clerk, v. John, Duke of Aquitaine and Lancaster, and Katherine his wife; castles and honours of Knaresburgh and Tykhill, the hundred or wapentake of Staynclyf, manors of Knaresburgh and Tykhill and a yearly rent of 200 marks from the Abbot and Convent of St. Mary of York and advowsons of the house of St. Robert of Knaresburgh and of the free chapel of Tykhill in Yorkshire, manors of Grynglay and Whetelay in Notts, castle, manor and free chace of High Peak (de Alto Pecco) and advowson of free chapel of High Peak in Derbyshire, castle and lowey (leucata) of Peuenese, manors of Wylyngdon and Marsfeld, bailliwick of Endelenewyk and free chace of Asshedon and advowsons of priories of Wylmyngdon and Wythyam, church and free chapel of Marsfeld and free chapel within the castle of Peuenese in Sussex, hundreds of Northgrenehowe, Northerpyngham, Sutherpyngham and Smethedon, manors of Wyghton, Ailesham, Fakenhamdam and Snetesham in Norfolk, and manors of Glatton and Holm in Huntingdonshire; the premises —including reversions of wapentake of Stanclyf, held by Ralph de Ipre, chivaler, for life, and of hundred of Sutherpyngham, held by Thomas de Erpyngham, chivaler, for life—to the Duke and Katherine and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to the King and his heirs. (D.C.: File 58. No. 304.)