Henry VIII
April 1511

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'Henry VIII: April 1511', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1: 1509-1514 (1920), pp. 399-408. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=102648 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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April 1511

2 April.
Vitell. B. II., 11. B.M.
732. [1581.] THE CARDINALS AT MILAN to HENRY VIII.
Have received his letter by Jacobus Monterus, dated Richmond, 11 Jan. Return thanks for his promises of assistance in these perplexities of the Roman church. Would have been glad to have asked his advice on matters public and private. They have been governed solely by their wish to serve the Church. Regret that their letters to him were sent to persons at Rome to their prejudice. Beg the same will not be done with their present letters. They seek for peace not war, and the reformation of the Church. Hope he will not listen to their detractors. Milan, 2 April 1511. Signed: "B. Carl S. ✠, S. Carlis Narbonen', F. Carlis Cusentin', F. Carlis de Sancto Severi[no]."
Lat., mutilated, pp. 2. Add.
2 April.
Vitell. B. II., 12. B.M.
733. [1582.] B. CARDINAL S. CRUCIS to HENRY VIII.
To the letters brought by Jacobus Monterus, of the writer's chamber, they answer in common. They are in expectation of some advantage resulting from the arrival of the ambassadors of the Emperor and the King Catholic. Hopes the King will not forget one who has always been faithful to his father and himself. Milan, 2 April 1511.
Lat., mutilated, p. 1. Add.
8 April.
Paris Transcr. No. 1. R.O.
734. D'ARIZOLLES to ROBERTET.
The King of England writes to the King in answer to the letters lately sent by this bearer. Wrote at length by Lespine. The King of England writes to the King how the King of Aragon has asked for 1,000 archers to go with him to Africa against the Infidels; and he says that he himself would like to go in person. Money has been sent, by letter of exchange, through Genoese merchants here; and four Biscayan ships have been retained, in which the men embark at Falmouth on 15 May. The King and Council say that they are to be employed against the Infidels only, for this King is in peace with all the princes of Christendom. Winchester and the Council advise him not to present the King's letter touching the death of the Prince or say a word about it at present, as it would only revive their King's grief. They were glad to hear that the King was so willing to pacify differences with the Pope and had sent M. de Paris. Tells them M. de Paris is the most tractable man in France and says much in his praise—as indeed he deserves.
Wrote in his last about one Conton's credit with the King of England. Is advised that a pension of 400 cr. or 500 cr. would be well bestowed upon Conton. Is sure Robertet would pay it himself if he knew how much the man can do for the maintenance of the amity. It should be done as soon as possible and the letters sent to the writer, as was done in the case of the Great Treasurer and Great Master. Some who have the King's pensions here are very old and the pensions will cease when they die.
The Pope sent one Andrew Gryst, a native of Pisa, to be collector here and solicit the King of England against France; and, because he has failed to obtain a declaration against France, the Pope now wishes to deprive him of his said office. He has asked the writer to obtain him safe-conduct into Italy with 11 persons. The Pope has done as much to Doctor Ficher, the man that passed by Bloys on his return from hence, who, because he did not bring such an answer as the Pope desired, was forced to go away to Rome. Begs that he may have the safe-conduct by the first that comes. These bishops and others who want to serve the Pope try to gain Conton. The abp. of York deals wholly with him because he thinks all the others who have influence are pensioners of the King.
Has written to the Prévost de Tours Bazeges to solicit the Généraulx in his private affairs. London, 8 April.
French, modern transcript from Paris, pp. 4.
9 April.
Add. MS. 18,826, f. 20. B.M.
735. YEOMEN OF THE GUARD.
Warrant to the Great Wardrobe for broad cloth, for watching clothing, to Wm. Catcote, Hugh Parker and George Levesey, yeomen of the Guard. Greenwich, 9 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Signed.
P. 1.
10 April.736. ERASMUS to AMMONIUS.
The letter in Vol. II, No. 311 [mentioning Mountjoy, Linacre, More, Colet, &c.], is of the year 1511, although printed with the date Dover 4 Id. April, 1515. See Eras. Ep. (edit. Allen), No. 218.
30 March & 5 & 10 April.
Sanuto, XII., 121 and 180.
737. VENICE.
Notes that on 17 April letters in cipher were received from Andrea Badoer, dated 30 March and 5 April; and, on 16 May, an unimportant letter dated 10 April.
Italian. See Venetian Calendar, II, No. 105.
12 April.738. EARLDOM OF DEVON.
See GRANTS IN APRIL, 1511, 2 Hen. VIII., No. 23.
12 April.
Ven. Transcr. 176, p. 99. R.O.
739. DOGE and SENATE OF VENICE to the AMBASSADOR DONATO.
12 April, 1511.—Letters from Adrianople of the 9th ult., report that Thomaso dai Olfi, a Florentine merchant, had told the Bashaws there was a new league made by France, Spain, England, King of Romans and Hungary against Venice, that the Pope was about to join it, and that the Signory of Florence urged the Sultan now to seize his share of Venetian territory. The Bashaws answered that they did not believe it and the Sultan would never break his word.
Ital. Modern transcript, ½ p. See Venetian Calendar, II, No. 100.
13 April.
Paris Transcr., No. 1. R.O.
740. HENRY VIII. to LOUIS XII.
Lately learnt that one Boniface, provincial of the Friars Minors Conventual in France, upon pretext of reforming his Order, vexes the Cordeliers of the Observance, with a view to bring them under the rule of the said Cordeliers Conventual, contrary to the confirmation of a chapter general held at Rome three years ago. Knowing the good rule, honest life and good conduct of the said Cordeliers of the Observance, begs Louis to show them favour. Greenwich, 13 April 1511.
French. Modern transcript from Rome, pp. 3.
14 April.
Lettres de Louis XII., ii., 154.
741. MARGARET OF SAVOY to [CLAUDE DE CILLY ?].
After she had done her utmost to make the league between the Emperor, the Catholic King and the King of England, sending to the Emperor, among others, John de Marnix, her secretary, who had been first author of the business, the Emperor took up a sinister notion that the Catholic King would deliver Naples to the Bastard of the Archbishop of Saragossa and so defeat the Prince's succession there. You are to show this to the Catholic King and ask the truth, requiring him if the report be false, as we hold it, to send a trusty person to the Emperor with letters declaring that he never meant to take Naples away from the Prince. Ghent, 14 April 1511.
French.
20 April.
Vesp. C. I., 18. B.M. Rym. XIII., 297.
742. [1622.] FERDINAND OF ARAGON to HENRY VIII.
Understands by his letters of the 26th of March, and by those of L. Carroz, the King's affection, who has promised to send him 1,000 archers to join his expedition against the Moors. Cannot follow his advice not to attend the wars in person. The circumstances are of so much difficulty that Ferdinand feels he ought to be there. Has written to Carroz, for whom he begs credence. Seville, 20 April 1511. Signed: Yo el Rey. Sealed.
Lat. Add.
3 HENRY VIII.
[23 April.]
Anstis, Order of the Garter, I., 275.
743. THE GARTER.
There was no serious business for the Chapter of the Order in 3 Hen. VIII.
25 April.744. THE FRENCH PENSIONS.
See GRANTS IN APRIL, 1511, 3 Hen. VIII, No. 2.
27 April.
Eras. Ep. VIII., 4. [Edit. Allen. I., No. 219.]
745. [1017.] ERASMUS to AMMONIUS.
Is to write back what he wishes to be done with the preface to the poems, as Mountjoy is not entirely satisfied. Begs him to take a note of the proverb he mentioned (quod istuc ostendisti), as Erasmus is bringing out a new edition of his [Adagia]. The Aldine copies may be had for a crown and a half;—they sell dearer at Rome. Begs his compliments to the bp. of Durham, to whom he will write when he finds leisure. Paris, 5 Kal. Maias, 1510. (fn. 1)
28 April.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 2, f. 40ƒ. R.O.
746. [5742.] WARDSHIP of THOMAS GREY.
"Mem., that I, William Alee, receiver of Berwik, have received of Thomas lord Dercy, a patent of the wardship of Thomas Grey, son and heir of Sir Ralph Grey, knight, deceased, with a rental and account, on the condition that if I the said William make a bargain with my lord of Duresme for the said ward, that then to deliver the said patent unto my said lord of Duresme and to his use, or else to deliver the said patent again unto the use of my said lord Dercy." 28 April 3 Hen. VIII. Signed and sealed.
Indented parchment. Endd.: Wm. Lee; for receiving of Grey's patent.
30 April.
Rom. Transcr. Ser. I., No. 62. R.O.
747. IRELAND.
Certificate that Pope Julius II., at the relation of Francis cardinal of St. Cecilia, has this day, to the church of Dromore, void by the translation of Bishop George (by Pope Alexander VI) to the bishopric of Elphin, appointed Thadeus Oreylle, brother of the Order of St. Augustine, to be bishop. Bologna, 30 April 1511, pont. 8.
Latin. Modern transcript from Rome, p. 1.
Lettres de Louis XII., ii., 114.748. LOUIS XII.
Articles sent from the ambassador (fn. 2) of the Scots:—Namely, what Pope Julius I. requires of the French King. One is that the French King shall suffer the crusade to be levied throughout his dominions in aid of Christian princes who wish to go against the Turks, and especially of the King of Scots, who now shows himself prepared for that holy enterprise.
Lat.
749. GRANTS IN APRIL, 1511, 2 HENRY VIII.
1. William Davy. To be, during pleasure, searcher of the port and town of Calais and the neighbouring port called le Newehaven, with 12d. a day, from 18 Nov. last, vice John Clerc. Del. Dover, 1 April, 2 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 7. [1580.]
2. Robert Johns, esquire for the Body. To be, for life, from Michaelmas last, constable of the castle of Llantrisham, keeper of the park of Clonne and of the isle or warren of Barre, and reeve (prepositus) of Liquith and Rooth, in the lordship of Glamorgan and Morgannok, South Wales. Del. Canterbury, 2 April, 2 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 7. [1583.]
3. John Yong, keeper of the Records in Chancery. To cancel a recognizance of 2,000l. made by Nicholas Bonvice, Francis Quynige, John Poll Gygles, John Guynige, Michael De Podio, merchants of Lucca, Nicholas Waryn, salter, and James Fynche, of London, sherman, 27 Feb. 19 Hen. VII. Greenwich, 3 April, 2 Hen. VIII. S.B. (countersigned: Ri. Wynton., Ric. London., T. Surrey, Jo. Roff., Jo. Fyneux, Thomas Lovell, Jo. Yong, John Cutte. In the presence of Harry Marny, T. Englefild, John Heron). [1584.]
4. Robert Pen, gentleman of the Chapel Royal. Annuity of 10 marks, out of the lordship of Denbigh, which David Lloyd ap Tuder had by gift of Hen. VII. Greenwich, 18 (?) March, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 3 April. P.S. (defaced, in English). Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 7. [1585.]
5. John Tailloure, the King's chapain. Presentation to the church of Coldhigham, dioc. Linc., void by resignation of William Baker, clk. Greenwich, 16 March, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 3 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 9. [1586.]
6. John Mounson. Pardon and release for him as late escheator of co. Lincoln; and for his sureties, William Hansart, of Kelsay, and Antony Hansart, of Hellowe, bound 3 Dec. 1 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 4 April. S.B. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 6. [1587.]
7. William Compton. To be, for life, bailiff of the hundred of Chadlington, Oxfordshire, keeper of the woods of Chadworth, Gloucestershire; and, in reversion, ranger of the forest of Wichwod, on its voidance by Robert Wighthill, now ranger. Del. Canterbury, 4 April, 2 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 7. [1588.]
8. John Wren. To be, for life, auditor and clerk provost of the earldom of Devon, with 10l. a year. Greenwich, 29 March, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 4 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 9. [1589.]
9. Richard Rawson, the King's chaplain, doctor of deorees. Grant of a canonry and prebend in the collegiate chapel of St. Stephen, Westminster, void by death of Master John Sparowe. Greenwich, 1 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 4 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 7. [1590.]
10. John Treis, yeoman of the Jewel house. Grant of 6d. a day, from Mich. last, being the fee of the Crown, vice Walter Cunye, yeoman of the Crown. Del. Canterbury, 5 April, 2 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 10. [1591.]
11. Thomas Wynter and William Dyngley. Grant, in survivorship, of a corrody in the monastery of Evesham, on resignation of the same by Thomas Wynter. Westm., 13 Feb. 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 5 April. P.S. (in English). [1592.]
12. Christopher Grey, of Upton, Hereford, gentleman or esquire. Pardon for all offences committed before 8 Dec. 1 Hen. VIII. Greenwich, 31 March, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 5 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 7. [1593.]
13. John Nevile, yeoman of the King's horses. To be, for life, keeper of the old park of Wakefeld. Green-wich, 24 March, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 5 April. P.S. [1594.]
14. Richard Decons, secretary to the Queen, and his nephew Thomas Decons. Grant, in survivorship, of a corrody in the monastery of Warden, surrendered by John Sudborow. Greenwich, 18 March, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 5 April. P.S. (in English). [1595.]
15. Prioress of Bukland. Inspeximus and confirmation of:—
Pat. 10 Feb. 22 Hen. VI. (p. 2, m. 22), confirming:—
Pat. 8 Feb. 6 Hen. V., conf.:—
Pat. 14 Nov. 10 Hen. IV.
With alteration that, instead of three loads of firewood weekly from Pederton park throughout the year, the nuns shall have by the hands of the Thomas Docwra, prior of St. John of Jerusalem, 156 loads cut between All Saints and St. George's Day, which is the proper season for woodcutting; and the prior shall fence the place where the wood has been cut for three years and afterwards have the fencing as his perquisite. Greenwich, 28 March, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, [5] April [2 Hen. VIII.]. P.S. (mutilated and defaced). Conf. roll 42, No. 7.
16. John Yong, keeper of the Rolls and Records in Chancery. To cancel three recognizances of 120l., made by Richard Shore, alderman of London, John Paymound and Edmund Scorer, of St. Mary, Wolchurch, drapers, 8 Feb. 23 Hen. VIII.; it appearing that they were unjustly bound. Green-wich, 7 April, 2 Hen. VIII. S.B. (countersigned: Ri. Wynton., Ric. London., T. Duresme, Jo. Roff., T. Surrey, Jo. Fyneux, Jo. Yong, John Cutte. In the presence of Harry Marny, T. Englefild). [1596.]
17. Sir Griffith Rice, son and heir apparent of Sir Rees ap Thomas. To be, for life, chamberlain of South Wales in the counties of Caermarthen and Cardigan, and steward of the lordship of Buelth, in Wales, in reversion after his father, who holds by patent 6 Nov. 1 Hen. VII. Del. Canterbury, 8 April. S.B. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 9. [1597.]
18. William Belus, one of the clerks of the Council. Grant, for life, of the possessions called "the Rill Nicolles" and "the Newhouse," in the parish of Grene, Sussex, and "the Mote" in the parish of West Hodeley, Sussex, (annual value, 4l. 6s. 1½d.), forfeited by Sir James Twychet lord Awdeley; at the annual rent of a red rose. Greenwich, 9 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 11 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3. m. 9. [1598.]
19. Henry Strete, yeoman usher of the Chamber. To be, for life, bailiff of the lordship of Westgate, alias Ex Iland, without the city of Exeter, and of the hundred of Harrigge, Devon, in the King's gift by death of Edward earl of Devon; also lessee of all the water and fulling mills, the water and sewer of the Ex, with the fishery there as lately held by John Berde, subject to the rent previously paid to the use of the Earl of Devon. Greenwich, 10 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 11 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 9. [1599.]
20. William Rolt. yeoman of the Guard. To be, for life, bailiff of the lordship of Colconbe alias Coluton, Devon, and keeper of the park there, parcel of the earldom of Devon; in the King's hands by death of Edward earl of Devon; as Edward Tretherth held the same. Greenwich, 10 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 11 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 9. [1600.]
21. William Rolt, yeoman of the Guard. To be bailiff of the lordship of Toppesham, with the warren of coneys, and the cranage, cellarage, and pre-eminence of fishery there, parcel of the earldom of Devon, in the King's gift by death of Edward earl of Devon. Greenwich, 10 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 11 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 9. [1601.]
22. John Braband, yeoman of the Guard. To be, for life, bailiff of the lordship of Exmystre, Devon, and have two meadows called Woodmede alias Lachemershe near the wood called Otterbury, the pasture within the said wood, with custody of the wood, the warren and hunt of coneys in Ken and Exmistre, and a tenement with stable and garden within the manor of that lordship; in the King's hands by death of Edward earl of Devon. Greenwich, 10 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 11 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 9. [1602.]
23. Earldom of Devon. Indenture 12 April, 2 Hen. VIII., between King Henry VIII. on the one part, and Sir William Courteney, son of Edward late earl of Devon, and Katharine his wife, daughter of King Edward IV., on the other; whereby the King with the advice of his Council, grants to the said Sir William and Katharine that, before Michaelmas next, he will by letters patent make the said William a person able to receive grants, &c. (notwithstanding his attainder), create him Earl of Devon, grant to him and the said Katharine lands (specified as in the grant of 3 Feb. 3 Hen. VIII.) which belonged to Thomas Courteney Earl of Devon, son of Thomas, and Henry his brother, with reversion of those granted in the late King's reign to Sir William Knyvet and Joan his wife, sister and heir of the blood of the said Earl Thomas, and those granted to Sir Hugh Conwey and Elizabeth his wife, another sister, &c., in tail male, with remainder in default to the beirs male of the said William, and in next Parliament reverse the Act of attainder of the said William. In return the said William and Katharine renounce all claim to lands belonging to the earldom of March and Ulcester and all other lands purchased by Edward IV., the King's Council to devise a warranty for the said William and Katharine against the abbot of Westminster and his successors.
The preamble states that the said William and Katharine have made suit for her purparty in the lands of Dame Anne countess of March and Ulcester, mother to Richard Duke of York, father of Edw. IV., and declared how the Parliament of 25 Jan., 19 Hen. VII., attainted the said William of high treason and abridged (to term of life only) his father's title in the lands granted by pat. 26 Oct. 1 Hen. VII., and ratified by Parliament, which grant was in tail male. It further states that, by pat. 9 March, 5 Hen. VII., certain lands were granted to Sir Wm. Knyvet and Sir Hugh Conwey and their wives (Jane and Elizabeth), who were sisters of Thomas earl of Devon, and that the said Elizabeth is now dead without issue and the children of Jane, viz. Charles. Barbara and Mary, were born when she and Sir Roger Clifford, dec., then her husband, were in Flanders under the obedience of the Duke of Ostray, as rebels to Edw. IV., and therefore cannot inherit. S.B. (mutilated and defaced). Pat. 3 (sic) Hen. VIII., p. 3 m. 1. [1603.]
24. John Yong, keeper of the Rolls and Records in Chancery. To cancel a recognizance of 2,100l., made by Giles lord Daubney, chamberlain to Hen. VII., 5 Dec. 22 Hen. VII., to Sir Thomas Lovell and others; it being found before executors of Henry VII.'s will to have been unjustly obtained. Greenwich, 12 April, 2 Hen. VIII. S.B. (countersigned: Ri. Wynton., Ric. London., T. Duresme. Jo. Roff., T. Surrey, Jo. Fyneux, Thomas Lovell, Jo. Yong. In the presence of Harry Marny, John Heron. Sealed). [1604.]
25. Ambrose Bradman, soldier of Calais. To be, during pleasure, collector of the tolls at Newenhambrigge, taking toll of all men, beasts, merchandise and other things passing beneath the same; with the yearly wages of 20 marks, from Easter last, out of the profits. Del. Westm., 12 April, 2 Hen. VIII. S.B. (Endorsed: "Apud Greenwich, 12mo die Aprilis, anno r. R. H. VIIIvi secundo.—Millet.") Pat. 3 (sic) Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 4. [1605.]
26. John Yong, Master and Keeper of the Records and Rolls in Chancery. To cancel a recognizance of 1,000 marks, made by Robert Willoughby Lord Broke, 20 Oct. 24 Hen. VII., 14 April, 2 Hen. VIII. S.B. [1606.]
27. John Yong, keeper of the Rolls and Records in Chancery. To cancel three recognizances, each of 200l.; 1st, made by Thomas Tirell, of Gippyng, Suffolk, and Giles Capell, of London; 2nd, made by the said Thomas and William Husee, of Northduffeld, Yorkshire; 3rd, made by the said Thomas and James Tirell, of Stowemarket, Suffolk; and an indenture made by the said Thomas Tirell, dated 20 April, 22 Hen. VII. Greenwich, 14 April, 2 Hen. VIII. S.B. (Sealed.) [1607.]
28. Christopher Rochestre and William Gower. Grant, in fee, of a tenement in Wood Street, in the parish of St. Peter's, London, late in the tenure of Robert Meltham, goldsmith; of ten chambers and one tenement, late in the tenure of Richard Yong, grocer; a shop late in the tenure of William Stamford; two shops, &c., late in the tenure of William Bernard, purser; two tenements in the said parish of St. Peter, late in the tenure of William Champion, grocer; one tenement in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene. Milke Street, late in the tenure of Thomas Thomson; two tenements, &c., late in the tenure of John Crankes and John Wright; and two shops in the said parish of St. Mary, late in the tenure of Robert Ymeber and Ralph Warren, mercers; called Charleton's lands, forfeited by Sir Richard Charleton. Richmond, 26 Dec. 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 14 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 16. [1608.]
29. William Haywode, yeoman of the Guard. To be, for life, bailiff of the lordship of Sheveok, Cornw., in the King's gift by death of Edward earl of Devon. Greenwich, 13 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 14 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 10. [1609.]
30. Henry Calise, yeoman usher of the Chamber. To be, for life, from Mich. 2 Hen. VIII., keeper of the park of Okenton, Devon, parcel of the earldom of Devon, in the King's hands by death of Edward earl of Devon. Greenwich, 13 April, 2 Hen. VIII. P.S. (without note of delivery). Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 10 (dated Canterbury, 14 April). [1610.]
31. William Alye, yeoman of the Chamber. To be, for life, keeper of the parks of Assheley, and the new park there called "Goddesbere Park," Devon, as he previously held the office. Greenwich, 12 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 14 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 10. [1611.]
32. Mayor and citizens of Rochester. Inspeximus and confirmation of:—
Ch. 14 Dec. 1 Edw. IV., confirming with additions:—
Pat. 6 April, 1 Ric. II. (p. 5, m. 25), confirming:—
Ch. 18 Jan. 4 Edw. III., conf.:
Ch. 6 Feb. 50 Hen. III.
Canterbury, 14 April [2 Hen. VIII.]. Conf. roll 41, No. 3.
33. Hospital of Herbaudon beside Canterbury. Inspeximus and conf. of:
Pat. 20 Nov. 1 Hen. VII. (Conf. roll 10, No. 8), confirming:—
Pat. 14 Oct. 1 Edw. IV. (p. 2, m. 15), confirming:—
Pat. 12 Oct. 31 Edw. III. conf.:
Pat. 18 Feb. 23 Hen. III.
Canterbury, 14 April [2 Hen. VIII.]. Conf. roll 42, No. 5.
34. Hospitals of Northgate and Herbaldon beside Canterbury. Inspeximus and confirmation of:—
Pat. 19 Nov. 4 Hen. VII., conf.:—
Pat. 28 Jan. 1 Ric. 11. (p. 3, m. 36), confirming:—
Ch. 6 March. 45 Edw. III.
Canterbury, 14 April [2 Hen. VIII.]. Conf. roll 42, No. 6.
35. John Hunt, cook for the King's mouth. To be keeper of the park of Chymligh, Devon, with the herbage and pannage and a water-mill there, and keeper of the warren of the lordship of Chymligh, with 3d. a day for the former office. Greenwich, 2 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 15 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 10. [1612.]
36. Thomas Unton. Custody of the lands and wardship and marriage of Thomas, son and heir of Thomas Bekingham. Greenwich, 2 April. 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 15 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3. m. 10. [1613.]
37. Thomas Greves, yeoman porter of the Gate. To be, for life, feodary of the earldom of Devon, with usual fees from Mich. 1 Hen. VIII. Greenwich, 12 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury 15 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 10. [1614.]
38. William Lincoll, of the Isle of Thanet, yeoman of the Crown. Protection for one year; going in the suite of Sir Gilbert Talbot, lieutenant of the castle and town of Calais. Greenwich, 8 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 15 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 10. [1615.]
39. John Lanell, merchant of Rouen. Licence to import 200 tuns of Gascon wine. Greenwich, 4 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 15 April. French, 2 Hen. VIII. m. 13. [1616.]
40. John Staunton, keeper of the standing wardrobe at Richmond, and Robert Lytull, groom of the Wardrobe of Beds. Grant, in survivorship, of the corrody "which is called Halisowen," Shropshire, on surrender of the said John. Del. Canterbury, 16 April, 2 Hen. VIII. S.B. (in English). [1617.]
41. Robert Hayward, clk. Presentation to the church of Newton, dioc. Norw., void by death. Greenwich, 13 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 16 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 10. [1618.]
42. William Lye, sewer of the Chamber. Annuity of 20 marks out of the customs of Bristol, during pleasure. Greenwich, 19 March, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 16 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 10. [1619.]
43. John Cliff, clk. Presentation to the free chapel of Norton, dioc. Salisb., void by death, and now in the King's gift by vacancy of the monastery of Malmesbury. Greenwich, 13 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 16 April. P.S. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 10. [1620.]
44. Sir Thomas Lovell. Pardon and release, as guardian of Edmund, son and heir of Thomas late Lord Roos, of all debts, &c., incurred before 7 March last. He was appointed guardian by Act of Parliament, 7 Hen. VII., and remainder as to lands was granted him, at the annual rent of 700 marks. Greenwich, 4 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 17 April. P.S. (defaced). Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 19. [1621.]
45. John Heron. Pardon. See No. 447, § 17.
750. UNDATED GRANTS IN 2 HEN. VIII.
1. Margaret Ramsey, widow. Wardship and marriage of Thomas, son and heir of Thomas Ramsey. S.B. (without note of delivery). Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 2. [1624.]
2. Sir Thomas Parre, knight for the Body. Grant to him and his heirs of free warren in their demesne lands within the lordship or manor of Kendale, Westmld., or its members, or anywise pertaining thereto, and in all other his demesne lands within the county. S.B. (without note of delivery). [1625.]
3. Walter Frost. To be receiver of the lordship of Macclesfeld, Cheshire, during good conduct, as heretofore. Pat. 2 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 12 (much injured). [1626.]
4. Isabella Lascarina, gentlewoman, native of Greece. Licence to ask alms for one year, (fn. 3) to ransom her four children, taken prisoners, with herself, by the Turks ten years ago. For the ransom, which is 1,300 ducats of gold, she had a bull from the Pope, dated A.D. 1507. S.B. (without note of delivery). [1627.]
5. Brian Tunstall. To be, during pleasure, steward of the lordships or manor of Thornton and Whittington in Londysdaill, Yorks. and Lancs.; as held by Sir Thomas Parr. S.B. (without note of delivery). [1628.]
6. Lord Howard and Anne his wife. Warrant to the Abp. of Canterbury, Chancellor, for new letters patent to Lord Hawarde, granting him the manors of Claxton and Heluhton alias Helyngton, Norff.; and for new letters patent to Dame Anne, wife of the said Lord, the King's aunt, granting her the manors of Silam alias Sileham and Velis, Suff.; the names of said manors of Heluhton and Velis having been left out of the former letters patent. Richmond, _. S.B. (without note of delivery). [1629.]
8. Priory of St. Dennis beside Southampton. Inspeximus and conf. of:—
Pat. [30 Jan. 9] Hen. VII. (Conf. roll 23, No. 27). confirming:—
Pat. 20 Feb. 4 Edw. IV. (p. 4, m. 22), confirming:—
A. Ch. 7 Feb. 13 Ric. II., confirming:—
a. Chs. (3) of Hen. II.
b. Ch. 18 June [ ] Ric. 1.
c. Ch. [1 Aug. 17] Edw. III., confirming:—
Ch. 20 April, 10 Edw. II., confirming:—
Chs. (2) of Hen. I.
Chs. (4) of Hen. II.
Pats. (2) of Hen. II.
Chs. (2) of Stephen.
Ch. 19 Sept. 1 Ric. 1. renewed 1 Dec. 10 Ric. 1.
Ch. 9 Jan. 2 John.
Pat. 9 Feb. 42 Hen. III.
Pat. 14 May, 33 Edw. I.
d. Pat. 1 June, 21 Edw. III.
B. Pat. 4 Feb. 1 Ric. II., confirming:—
Ch. 26 Jan. 6 Edw. III.]
* * * (mutilated and much worn towards the end).
Conf. roll 34 [2 Hen. VIII.], No. 1.
9. Worcester priory. Inspeximus and confirmation of:—
Pat. 14 Feb. 3 Hen. VII. (Conf. roll 15, No. 15), confirming:—
Pat. 20 Nov. 1 Edw. IV. (p. 6, m. 23), confirming:—
A. Ch. 10 March, 17 Ric. II., confirming:—
a. Ch. 7 June, 9 Edw. III., confirming:—
1. Ch. 19 Feb. 6 Edw. II., confirming:—
Ch. of King Edgar, A.D. 964.
2. Ch. 3 Feb. 6 Edw. II., confirming:—
Ch. of Edward [the Confessor] (in English).
Chs. (2) of William I.
Ch. of Henry II.
Ch. 27 Aug. 9 John.
Ch. 16 Aug. 40 Hen. III.
b. Pat. 8 July, 29 Edw. III., confirming:—
Ch. 2 April, 40 Hen. III.
c. Pat. 20 Feb. 43 Edw. III.
d. Pat. of Hen. II.
B. Ch. 28 June, 52 Hen. III.
Westm. (undated) [2 Hen. VIII.]. Conf. roll 37, No. 6.
10. Burgesses and commonalty of Colchester. Inspeximus and conf. of:—
Pat. 28 Nov. 1 Hen. VII. (Conf. roll 14, No. 13), confirming:—
Ch. 1 March, 1 Edw. IV., confirming (with additions):—
Pat. 27 Jan. 1 Ric. II. (p. 5, m. 6), confirming:—
Ch. 8 July, 36 Edw. III., confirming:—
Ch. 4 Feb. 12 Edw. II., conf. with reservations and additions:—
Ch. 29 Nov. 37 Hen. III., confirming:—
Ch. 6 Dec. 1 Ric. I.
Westm._, (undated) [2 Hen. VIII.]. Conf. roll 42, No. 12.
751. GRANTS IN APRIL, 1511, 3 HENRY VIII.
1. John Hawkesford. clk., the King's under-almoner. Presentation to the hospital or priory of Langbrigge, Worc. dioc. 13 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Canterbury, 22 April, 2 Hen. VIII. P.S. Pat. 2 (sic) Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 10. [1011, 1631.]
2. France. Acknowledgment by Henry VIII. of the receipt at Calais of 25,000 francs, from Louis king of the French. in part of payment of 745,000 crowns of gold, due 1 May, 1511, by reason of a treaty between King Henry VII. and Charles late King of the French. Westm., 5 May, 3 Hen. VIII.
ii. Commission for Sir Gilbert Talbot, deputy, Sir Richard Carewe, lieutenant of the castle, Sir William Meryng, marshal, Sir Hugh Conwey, treasurer. Sir John Wilshire, comptroller, Robert Wotton, porter, Walter Culpeper, vice-marshal, and John Bunowlte, secretary, of Calais, to receive the said 25,000 francs. on 1 May, 1511, 25 April, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. (marked T. 25o Apr. 3 Hen. VIII.). French roll, 3 Hen. VIII. m. 6. [1632.]
3. William Keby, yeoman usher of the Chamber. To be, during pleasure, receiver of the lordships of Horsley, Horston, Bullesover. Maunsfeld, Maunsfeld Wodhous, Sutton in Asshefeld, Lynby, and Clypston, in Notts and Derby, vice John Tompson, dec. Greenwich, 14 April, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 25 April. P.S. (in English). [1633.]
4. Thomas Greves, yeoman porter of the Gate. To be, for life, feodary of the earldorn of Devon, in the King's gift by death of Edward earl of Devon. Del. Knoll, 26 April, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 4. [1634.]
5. Sir John Carewe, knight for the Body. To be, for life, surveyor of the lands of the carldom of Devon, with 20 marks a year; also steward, surveyor, and receiver of the manors and lordships of Ryme-inward, Rymeoutward, Eststoke, Weststoke, and Milton-Faukynbrigge, in cos. Somerset and Dorset. Greenwich, 27 April, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 28 April. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 4. [1635.]
6. Henry Acres. Grant, during pleasure, of three burgages or messuages and three gardens, in Banbury, Oxon, lately belonging to Sir Ric. Emson. Westm., 28 April. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 3. m. 13 (vacated because it ought to be inrolled in the fourth year). [1636.]
7. William Atwater, dean of the Chapel. Presentation to the church of Thorneton, in the jurisdiction of Thomas Dalby, King's chaplain, archdeacon of Richmond, void by death. Greenwich, 23 April, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 29 April. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 4. [1637.]
8. William Pawne, late clerk of the Stable to Hen. VII., alias clerk to the marshal of the Household in the Stable. Pardon and release. Westm., 29 April. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1. m. 17 (vacated because it ought to be inrolled in the second year). [1638.]

Footnotes

1 So in the edition of 1642; but the true date seems to be 1511.
2 The Bishop of Murray.
3 "—(blank) yeres" altered in the king's hand to "on yere."