Henry VIII
July 1511

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'Henry VIII: July 1511', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1: 1509-1514 (1920), pp. 435-448. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=102651 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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July 1511

2 July.
Add. MS. 18,826, f. 30. B.M.
805. LORD HENRY COURTENEY.
Warrant to the Great Wardrobe for a long gown of black cloth, &c., to Lord Henry Courteney. Greenwich, 2 July 3 Hen. VIII. Signed.
P. 1.
3 July.
Add. MS. 18,826, f. 31. B.M.
806. LIVERIES.
Warrant to the Great Wardrobe for sheets, &c., to Arnold Chollerton, the Princess of Castile's servant, for her use. Greenwich, 3 July 3 Hen. VIII. Signed.
P. 1.
Ib., 32.2. The like for a riding gown to Dr. Fairefax, one of the gentlemen of the Chapel. Same date.
P. 1.
5 July.807. PROCLAMATION.
See GRANTS IN JULY, No. 11.
6 July.
Deeds A., 7,551. R.O.
808. EARLDOM OF MARCH.
Feoffment to the King, 6 July 3 Hen. VIII., of lands of the Earldom of March recovered against Katharine countess of Devon and Sir Thomas Howard and Anne his wife. See Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, Vol. IV, p. 183.
6 July.
Le Glay, Negoc. entre la France et l'Autriche, I., 411.
809. ANDREA DA BORGO to MARGARET OF SAVOY.
* * * Presented the letters written with her own hand. The King said he had heard that she had injured (fort picqué) him in England, and he had also to complain of the Emperor. Replied that these were all lies. When he had read her letter he seemed conciliated. * * * When the writer began to speak of what the King of England had done for her nephew, the King said he knew it and that they were 1,300 and if Charles of Gueldres would not come to an appointment he could not complain if he was chastised, but the King hoped that his commissary now sent to the Duke would arrange something. * * * Valence, 6 July.
French.
8 July.
R. MS. 13 B. II., 55 (No. 146). B.M. Ep. Reg. Scot., I., 119.
810. [1782.] JAMES IV. to [JOHN, KING OF DENMARK].
In behalf of John Habochi, goldwasher (auri lotor), your subject, who, after some months' able discharge of his office here, though with small success in consequence of the nature of the country, now desires to return to his wife and children. He will inform "your Sublimity" what minerals Scotland contains, especially gold. Edinburgh, 8 July 1511.
Lat., copy, p. 1.
10 July.
R.T. 147, No. 6. R.O.
811. HENRY VIII. to GEORGE, DUKE OF SAXONY.
Received his letters by Siffrid de Luittichau and Simon de Rysthach, his councillors, and learnt with joy the desire of so great a prince to renew with Henry the league which he had with his (Henry's) father. Has confirmed it by letters patent and received from the said councillors the Duke's letters patent in return. Greenwich, 10 May (sic), 1510 (sic), 3 Henry. VIII.
Lat., modern transcript from Dresden, pp. 2.
10 July.
Sanuto, XII., 288.
812. VENICE.
[Note of letters seen 14 July 1511.]
From _, Rome, 10 July.—* * * The Scotch ambassador, having been to France to treat an agreement, was arrived at Florence in his return, and wrote to the Pope that he brought something good but would tell no more except to the Pope himself. The bishop of Autun has arrived at Florence, in the name of the King of France, to ask that Signory and the Cardinals to grant the city of Pisa for the new Council, for 1 Sept. * * *
Italian.
Ib, 333.ii. [Note of letters received 5 Aug. 1511.]
From Andrea Badoer, London, 10 Aug. (sic).—Good will of the King to aid the Pope, especially since the loss of Bologna. Details of Hironimo Bonvixi's dealing with the French ambassador. Bonvixi confessed that he was employed by the Cardinal of Pavia. A league is concluded between the Pope, Spain and England, against France, leaving room for entry of the Emperor, and of Venice when agreed with the Emperor.
Italian. See Venetian Calendar, II, No. 110.
12 July.
Le Glay, Analectes. Hist, p. 183.
813. FLANDERS.
Diégo Iwrez confesse avoir reçu de Jean Micault, receveur génèral des finances de l'empereur et de l'archiduc d'Austriche, la somme de 421 livres 16 sols, montant du prix de deux chevaux achetés par lui pour être offerts en présent au roi d'Angleterre, 12 July 1511. (Suit le certificat de délivrance de ladite somme.)
16 July.814. ABBEY OF BOURNE.
Election of abbot. See GRANTS IN JULY, No. 48.
17 July.
Sanuto, XII., 295.
815. VENICE.
[Note of letters received 20 July, 1511.]
From the ambassador at Rome, 15 and 17 July.—The Scotch ambassador has come from France with terms which are old, and upon which the Pope will do nothing. * * *
Italian.
18 July.
Baronius XXX. p. 573.
816. COUNCIL OF THE LATERAN.
Bull of indiction of a General Council to meet at the Lateran on Monday, 19 April 1512.
The preamble states, at great length, that certain cardinals who were accompanying the Pope towards Bologna, for recovery of certain lands of the Church, turned aside to Florence and thence, when summoned by the Pope, fled in disguise to Pavia, and subsequently published the indiction of a Council, on the ground that 10 years had passed without a General Council, contrary to the constitution of the Council of Constance beginning Frequens, and to the Pope's oath to hold a Council within two years after his creation, and it was unlikely that the Pope, whose crimes were to be a subject for the Council, would summon it. The indiction was fortified by feigned proxies of the Emperor and King of France.
Proofs of the Pope's efforts for a Council, of the right of indiction belonging to the Pope, of the invalidity of the constitution Frequens, and of the falsehood of their charges against him; and he points out that their Council to meet within three months and fourteen days could hardly be notified from Milan to all Christendom in that time, much less attended, that Pisa after 14 years of almost continual siege has hardly a house with walls unbroken and that access to it is unsafe now that Florence and Sienna are at war. He annuls their indiction forbids attendance at their Council, and subjects to interdict the places where it shall be held.
This Council at the Lateran is for peace among Christians and an expedition against the Infidels now infesting Sicily and occupying Jerusalem. The Pope is aware of the brevity of the time, but he had written to the King of France and other princes about beginning a Council within the date prescribed and wished to give no handle for calumny by deferring it. Rome, 15 Kal. Aug. 1511. Signed by the Pope and 21 Cardinals.
Lat.
19 July.
Add. MS. 24,965, f. 266 (now 148). B.M.
817. THE BORDERS.
Memorandum headed "Apud Caldstreme, 19no Julij anno tercio R. Henr., V[III]." of English "bills, foull and sworn" for cattle and horses stolen by Scots, viz. (1) Of Miles Hewart, of Wark, and others "upon" George Tait. of Cesfurde, for 46 oxen, &c. (prices given). In margin: "Agreed, and Mark Carr bound to the constable for this bill." (2) Of the Constable of Norham for 16 oxen upon Oswald Maison, of Kelsoo. In margin: Delivered Gib Thomson for 14 oxen. (3) Of John Elder, of Horton, and others for 16 mares and their "followers." In margin: Delivered George Young.
P. 1.
20 July.
Le Glay, Negoc. entre la France et l'Autriche, I., 421.
818. GATTINARA to MARGARET OF SAVOY.
* * * Doubts that the Emperor's enterprise will have to be put off to next year,—unless peace is made in the interval. Haro is despatched to the King of Aragon with answer to what he brought. The ambassador of England, who went on to Stercin to-day, returned to the Emperor and had audience. Mons. de Gurce, who has returned to Insprück, will be to-morrow with the Emperor. The ambassador of Aragon is with him at Insprück where Haro's despatch was made. Has taken leave of the Emperor and departs as soon as Gurce arrives. Mathan, 20 July, at midnight.
French.
22 July.
Le Glay, Corresp. de Max. et de Marg., I., 410.
819. MARGARET OF SAVOY to MAXIMILIAN.
He is doubtless aware of the great practices in Italy to oppose the enterprise which he and the King of France have against the Venetians. Would like to be wise in order to counsel him, but these matters pass her understanding. He knows what is offered on behalf of the Kings of Aragon and England and likewise what the King of France has done and can do for him; and although it would not become her, an inexperienced woman, to meddle in such affairs, duty compelled her to do what she has done and she begs him to take it in good part and bestir himself while there is yet time. The King of Aragon has sent her a confidential valet de chambre to declare that the Emperor's suspicion touching Naples was unfounded; and perhaps he has given like assurance by Haro, who is with the Emperor. Persists in her opinion that he should make a secret alliance with the Kings of Aragon and England, his relatives, as necessary for the security of himself and his son (Charles), and by their advice appoint with the Venetians provided that they restore his pieces and submit to reason, as it is said they offer to do. without, however, doing any wrong to the King of France whose amity he ought to entertain. Antwerp, 22 July 1511.
French.
23 July.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 229, f. 29. R.O.
820. NICHOLAS RIDLEY.
Warrant appointing Nicholas Ridley, esq., as sheriff of Northumberland during pleasure. Subscribed: 23 July. Signed by the King and countersigned by Surrey, Sir Ch. Somerset and Sir Th. Lovell.
Lat. Parchment.
24 July.821. ABBEY OF BRUTON.
The priory made an abbey. See GRANTS IN JULY, No. 64.
24 July.
Deeds A. 13,498. R.O.
822. [1818.] GREVILLE AND LUCY.
Bond of Edw. Grevyle, of Milcote, in co. Warwick, to Thos. Lucy, for the observance of a decree of the King's Bench relative to the title of the manor of Goldycote. 24 July 3 Hen. VIII.
Signed. Seal attached. See Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, V, p. 526.
25 July.
Lettres de Louis XII., ii., 282.
823. ANDREA DA BORGO to MARGARET OF SAVOY.
* * * The expected answer about the Pope's resolution upon the peace has never come from the ambassador of Scotland, although he reached Rome on the 12th inst. * * * Valence, 25 July.
French.
26 July.
S.P. Scotl.
Hen. VIII.,
1, f. 10.
R.O.
824. [1820(3).] COMMISSIONERS FROM SCOTLAND.
Safe conduct (see GRANTS IN JULY, No. 65).
Modern copy, large paper, pp. 3.
26 July.
Sanuto, XII.,
280.
825. VENICE.
[Note of letters received 19 Aug. 1511.]
From Andrea Badoer, London, 26 July.—The King has told him he will shortly hear good news from Rome which the Signory will know already. The King has sent 1,000 archers and other troops to help Madame Margaret against Gueldres aided by France. The Queen Widow, who was mother of King Edward, was dead of the plague, and the King was troubled. The King thought it strange that Badoer had no news from the Signory. Complains that they send neither news nor money.
Italian. See Venetian Calendar, II, No. 116.
29 July.
R.O.
826. [1825(2).] SIR HENRY WYATT.
Original patent of a grant. See GRANTS IN JULY, No. 70.
Mutilated.
29 July.
Titus F. XIII.,
255.
B.M.
827. THE BORDERS.
Commission to John Cutte and Ric. Goughe to array the men of Norham, Bowecastell, Carlisle and Berwick and to survey the defences of the said places. Westm., 29 July.
Modern copy, pp. 4. Headed as from Originalia of 3 Hen. VIII. rot. 40 ex parte Rem. Thes. in Scacc.
30 July.828. [1826.] JAMES IV. to the PROCURATOR of the KING OF PORTUGAL at ANTWERP.
R. MS.
13 B. II., 55
(No. 147),
B.M.
Ep. Reg.
Scot., I., 120.
Received, 15 July, his letters, dated Antwerp, 24 June, complaining that, after a whole year, no commissioner has come from James for settlement of the dispute with Portugal, and that the Portuguese had committed no offence against the Scots, or, if they had, it was under another King. The Scotch complain, not of a private Portuguese ship, but of the Portuguese fleet, which sailed for the purpose from Sluys and gratuitously robbed certain Scotchmen, cruelly slaughtering others—an act denounced by the senate of Burgundy. Reprisals were decreed in the time of James III., and had been repeatedly suspended by the King's authority, that the dispute might be amicably terminated. Four years ago a herald was sent to Portugal, who returned without being able to accomplish his mission. Nevertheless, last year, at the instance of Edward Ferdinandi, Scotland again revoked letters of reprisals; but nothing was done, and the year expired. Has again forbidden them, in consequence of the procurator's letters, and will send commissioners to Bruges to settle the affair. Edinburgh, 30 July 1511.
Lat., copy, p. 1.
31 July.
Sanuto, XII.,
330.
829. VENICE.
[Note of letters received 4 Aug. 1511.]
From the ambassador, Rome, 31 July.—The bulls summoning the Council at the Lateran for the week after Easter not yet expedited. The King of France is now lord of Bologna and the Pope's captain discharged. The Pope has written to Spain, England and everywhere of this, and to the Emperor "fulminando di Bologna." A nuncio called Hironimo Bonvixi, of Lucca, sent from Bologna to England, to solicit the King against France, revealed all to the French ambassador. The King arrested him and wrote to the Pope who replied that the King should do justice upon him. The King well disposed to the Pope since the taking of Bologna. Citation of the three Cardinals.
Italian. See Venetian Calendar, II, No. 109.
31 July.830. HENRY VIII. AND FERDINAND.
Ferdinand's appointment of Louis Carroz to treat a league with Henry VIII. for defence of the Church. Valladolid, 31 July 1511, See GRANTS IN FEBRUARY, 1512, No. 11.
—July. (fn. 1)
Lettres de
Louis XII.,
t. ii., p. 305.
831. [1828.] HENRY VIII. to MAXIMILIAN.
Has received his great letter, showing how he is compelled to renew the war in Italy against the Venetians. The Emperor complains of the Pope, who had induced him to make war upon them, and after they had been cut to pieces by the French, assisted them to recover their strength, when the Pope had regained his own. Maximilian desires Henry's consent to a Council called to promote peace in Christendom, an expedition against the Turks, and a reformation of the Church. Thinks Maximilian has been stirred by the enemies of the Venetians to take part in so bloody a war, which is not in accordance with the mildness of his disposition. They have often spent their blood and treasure in opposing the common enemy, and defended the Pope against tyrants. Regrets that he is so incensed against the vicar of God as to seek to make his faults public. Even if it be right to call a Council without the Pope's authority, which all are bound to respect, where could it be held with safety to his Holiness ? In Italy, where everything is fluctuating ? In Germany, whither he would have to pass between enemies ? Needs say nothing of France. A more distant country would not be safe or honorable. Thinks those who have advised this Council have been actuated by private animosity, and that it will do more harm than good. Urges the Emperor to recall his act, or impose silence on the assembly, as Wingfield will explain.
Lat.
Le Glay,
Corresp. de
Max. et
de Marg.,
I., 421.
832. MARGARET OF SAVOY to MAXIMILIAN.
Has divers times written her advice upon the quarrel with the Venetians which he could not put in better hands than those of the Kings of England and Aragon who show daily their desire for his honour, especially the King of England. Urges him to condescend to an appointment. He should on no account meddle in this Council at Pisa, but leave it to the Pope whom it concerns. He should also thank the King of England for his assistance to her in the affair of Gueldres and pray him to continue it as necessity shall require. He might send the letters to her, to forward to the said King.
French.
833. GRANTS IN JULY, 1511.
1. Commission of the Peace. See Appendix.
Surrey,—Westm., 1 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 3d. [1762.]
2. Gaol Delivery.
Western Circuit.—Commission to Ric. Eliot, Lewis Pollard, and Th. Eliot, Westm., 1 July.
Home Circuit.—Commission to John Butler, John More, John Muscote, and John Copeote. Westm., 1 July.
Northampton town gaol.—Commission to Th. Wellys, mayor, John Muscote, Rob. Shefford, and John Saxby. Knoll, 1 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 4d.
Midland Circuit.—Commission to Humph. Conyngesby, Guy Palmes, and John Jenour. Westm., 1 July.
Northern Circuit.—Commission to Will. Fayrfax, John Erneley, Rob. Henryson, and Th. Strey. Westm., 1 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 14d. [1763.]
3. William Atkynson, yeoman purveyor of calves to the Household. Commission to provide calves and pigs, until 1 Dec. Westm., 1 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 15d. [1764.]
4. Richard Laurence and John Froston. Protection for one year; going in the retinue of Sir Gilbert Talbot, Lieutenant of Calais. Del. Westm., 1 July, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. [1765.]
5. John Walsshe, esq. Licence, by charter, to impark 500 ac. at or in his manor of Little Sodbury, Glouc., and to have free warren in all the demesne lands of the said manor. Witnesses: W. abp. of Canterbury. Chancellor, R. bp. of Winchester, Privy Seal, W. bp. of Lincoln, E. bp. of Salisbury, G. bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, H. bp. of Exeter. Edward duke of Buckingham, Thomas earl of Arundell, Henry earl of Northumberland, John earl of Oxford, Great Chamberlain, Thomas earl of Surrey, Treasurer, George earl of Shrewsbury, Steward, Sir Charles Somerset of Herbert, Chamberlain, Sir Thomas Lovell, Treasurer of the Household, and Sir Edward Ponyngys, Comptroller of the Household. Eltham, 10 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 1 July. P.S. (without names of witnesses). Charter Roll 200, No. 14. [1766.]
6. Miles Browne, of Southampton, alias of London, vintner. Protection for one year; going in the retinue of Sir Gilbert Talbot, Deputy of Calais. Greenwich, 10 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 1 July. P.S. [1767.]
7. Abbey of Chertsey. Inspeximus and confirmation of:—
Pat. 1 Sept., 4 Hen. VII. (Conf. roll 19, No. 10), confirming:—
Pat. 1 July, 2 Edw. IV. (p. 3, m. 4), confirming:—
Pat. 26 Feb., 16 Edw. III.
Pat. 10 Nov., 21 Edw. III.
Pat. 26 Jan., 1 Ric. II., conf.;
Ch. 22 Sept., 15 Edw. III., conf. with additions:—
Ch. 26 Jan., 13 Edw. I., cf.:
Ch. of Hen. II.
Ch. 3 July, 1 Ric. I., renewed 1 Nov. [ ] Ric. I.
Westm., 1 July [3 Hen. VIII.]. Conf. roll 44, No. 5.
8. Edward Guldeford, esquire for the Body. To be chief and master steward of the castle of Lyon alias Holte, of the manors or lordships of Lyon. Bromefeld, and Yale, in the marches of Wales, steward of the castle, manors or lordships of Chyrk and Chirkeslande, and of Kynlleth Owen in Chirkeslande, in the said marches, and constable of the castle of Chirke; from Mich. 1 Hen. VIII., during pleasure; with power to appoint under-constables and porters of the castles, foresters of all parks and chaces, master forester, warren keeper and serjeant for the peace, coroner and attorney and all other officers (except the King's auditor) within the said lordships, &c. Greenwich, 10 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 2 July, P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 14. [1768.]
9. Henry Lynden, native of Horne, Denization. Greenwich, 20 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 3 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 9. [1769.]
10. Commission of the Peace. See Appendix.
Staffordshire.—Westm., 5 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 3d. [1770.]
11. Proclamation. Writ to the sheriffs of London to make proclamation (recited) for the better enforcement of the statute of Winchester and other statutes for the preservation of peace, and for regulating the price of victuals. Westm., 5 July.
Similar writs to the sheriffs of Herefordshire, Oxon and Berks, city of Worcester, Southampton, Norwich, Surrey and Sussex, Kent, Warw. and Leic., Northamptonshire, Notts and Derby, Worcestershire, Hants, Wilts, town of Gloucester, Bristol, Staffordshire, Devon, Northumb., Kingston-upon-Hull, Westmorland, Beds and Bucks, Camb. and Hunts, Essex and Herts, Norf. and Suff., Soms. and Dors., Cornwall, Lincolnshire, Yorkshire, Salop, Middx., Newcastle-on-Tyne, Rutland, and Cumberland; the mayors, sheriffs, and bailiffs of Bath, Chichester, Scarborough, town of Derby, Rochester, Newcastle-under-Lyne; the mayors and bailiffs of Oxford, Exeter, Leicester, Winchester, and Cambridge; the mayors and sheriffs of the town of Nottingham, cities of Lincoln, Coventry, York and Canterbury; and to the bailiffs of Shrewsbury, Wells, and town of Northampton. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 7d, 8d and 9d. [1771.]
12. Sir Edward Darrell, knight for the Body. Grant, for life, of the manor of Wanborough, Wilts, forfeited by Sir Francis Lovell, temp. Hen. VII. Greenwich, 30 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 5 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 7. [1772.]
13. John Yong, Keeper of the Rolls and Records in Chancery. To cancel three recognizances of 2,500l.: 1st, made by Lukyn de Vyvaldes, merchant of Genoa, Walter Champion, draper, John Peyntor, William Considew, and William Staverton, grocers, all of London, 24 Jan., 19 Hen. VII.; instead of the said William Considew, deceased; 3rd, by George Ardisono and James de Ponte, merchants of Genoa, 12 Feb., 22 Hen. VII., instead of the aforesaid John Peyntor and William Staverton deceased. Greenwich, 5 July, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. [1773.]
14. Sir Thomas Boleyn, knight for the Body. Grant, in tail male, of the reversion of the manors of Borham, Walkesare and Powers, in Little Waltham, Essex, forfeited by Francis viscount Lovell, and of the manor or lordship of Busshy, Herts, on the death, without issue male, of John de Veer, Earl of Oxford, Great Chamberlain to the late King. That earl holds the manors, in tail male, by patent 20 July, 1 Hen. VII., which also granted him a great inn called "le Herber," and a messuage in the parish of St. Mary Bothowe in the ward of Dowgate, London, and four messuages in Busshlane, in the same parish and ward, formerly belonging to George duke of Clarence, which the King now reserves. Greenwich, 1 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 5 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 11. [1774.]
15. Lawrence Ecclesfeld, yeoman usher of the Chamber. To be, during pleasure, constable of the castle and feodary of the honor of Folkyngham, Linc., in the King's hands by death of William viscount Beaumont; vice William Strode, deceased. Greenwich, 2 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 5 July. P.S. (in English). Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 7. [1775.]
16. Joan, widow of Thomas Bradburye, late mayor of London. Licence to found a perpetual chantry for one chaplain in "Our Lady Chapel," in the church of St. Stephen the Protomartyr, in Colman Street, London, for the souls of Thomas Bradbury and Thomas Bodley, late husbands of the said Joan; and to acquire lands to the annual value of 9l. 13s. 4d. Greenwich, 2 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll. 5 July. P.S. [1776.]
17. Sir Henry Scrope, of Bolton. Inspeximus and confirmation of:—
Pat. 1 Nov., 4 Edw. III. (p. 2, m. 30) for inclosure of Helpeston wood, Notts.
Westm., 5 July [3 Hen. VIII.]. Conf. roll 44, No. 16.
18. William Honnyng. Commission to provide sea fish, as well for the King's mouth as for the Household, until 6 Feb. Westm., 6 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 15d. [1777.]
19. Sir John Digby. Pardon and release as late bailiff of Brenhedon alias Wranthedyk, co. Rutland; late bailiff of the lordship of Barowdon, Rutl., and keeper of the woods there (late in the gift of King Edw. IV. by the minority of Edward son of George, late Duke of Clarence); and as late sheriff of Warw. and Leic. Del. Westm., 6 July. S.B. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 7. [1778.]
20. Thomas Denys, squire for the Body. Custody of the lands in South Tauton, Devon, of the yearly value of 13l. 12d., of John, son and heir of John Carewe, of Hakcombe, Devon, during his minority. Westm., 10 Feb., 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 7 July. P.S. (defaced). Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 7. [1779.]
21. Th. Burgeys, of Hadlowe, Kent, thatcher. Reversal of outlawry in co. Kent, as sued for debt by Will Palley, fishmonger, of London. Westm., 7 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 3. [1780.]
22. Gaol Delivery.
Wisbeach Castle.—Commission to Sir John Fyneux, Sir Rob. Rede, Sir Jas. Hobard, John Wod, Walter Hobard, Ric. Hesketh, Nich. Hughson, Alex. Balam, and Th. Dunolt. Westm., 7 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 4d. [1781.]
23. Henry earl of Northumberland. Inspeximus and conf. of:—
Ch. 12 April, 23 Hen. III., market and fair at Setel.
Ch. 18 Oct., 51 Hen. III., market and fair at Tadcastre.
Ch. 14 Jan., 32 Edw. I., market at Panhale next Spofford and at Wandesford.
Ch. 15 Feb., 1 Edw. III., market and fair at Topcliff.
Ch. 8 May, 6 Ric. III., market and fair at Lekyngfeld.
Westm., 7 July [3 Hen. VIII.]. Conf. roll 44, No. 13.]
24. Richard bp. of London. Pardon for escape from prison of David ap Harry, alias ap Edwardes, of London, convicted clerk. Del. Westm., 8 July, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 7. [1783, 3135.]
25. Thomas Farding, gentleman of the Chapel. Annuity of 10 marks, out of the lordships of Makesey and Torpull, Northt., in consideration of his services to the Countess of Richmond; as held by Elizabeth Massey, deceased, by grant of the said Countess. Greenwich, 6 May, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 8 July. P.S. (in English). [1784.]
26. William Childerley. To be, during pleasure, chief turnorius of the Household, vice Robert Hudson. Greenwich, 29 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 8 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 18. [1785.]
27. Philip Tayllour, yeoman purveyor of the Acatry. commission to provide oxen and sheep for the Household until 8 Dec. Westm., 8 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 15d. [1786.]
28. Nicholas Carter, yeoman purveyor of the Acatry. Commission to provide oxen and sheep for the Household until 8 Jan. Westm., 8 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 15d. [1787.]
29. Priory of Suthwyke. Inspeximus and confirmation of:—
Pat. 6 Jan., 3 Hen. VII. (Conf. roll 15, No. 11), confirming:—
Ch. 9 March, 24 Hen. VI.
Ch. 16 July, 24 Hen. VI.
Westm., 8 July [3 Hen. VIII.]. Conf. roll 44, No. 18.
30. John Josselyn. Confirmation of patent of William late Viscount Beaumont, Lord Bardolf and Folkingham, dated 16 Feb., 1 Hen. VII., appointing the said John auditor of all his possessions; and of patent 5 June, 1 Hen. VII., of the said Viscount, granting to Ralph Josselyn, now deceased, and the said John, an annuity of 20 marks from the manors of Watton and Stone, Heref. (sic), and Loughborough, Leic, Del. Westm., 9 July, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. [1788.]
31. Sir Edmund Lucy. Custody of the lands and wardship and marriage of Eleanor, daughter and heir of John Enderby. Greenwich, 1 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 9 July. P.S. [1789.]
32. Anne Conyers. Custody of the lands and wardship and marriage of Joan and Anne, daughters and heirs of Ralph Bowthe. Greenwich, 30 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 9 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 16. [1790.]
33. Guido Portinary, merchant of Florence. Protection for one year; going in the retinue of Sir Gilbert Talbot, Lieutenant of Calais. Del. Westm., 9 July, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 6. [1791.]
34. Sir William Scargill. Inspeximus and confirmation of:—
Ch. 4 June, 51 Hen. III. (to Franco le Tyeys).
Westm., 9 July [3 Hen. VIII.]. Conf. roll 44, No. 7.
35. Priory of Hurle. Inspeximus and confirmation of:—
Ch. 27 Feb., 20 Hen. III.
Ch. of Hen. I.
Westm., 9 July [3 Hen. VIII.]. Conf. roll 44, No. 19.
36. Humphrey Banastre, one of the spears of Calais. Annuity of 20 marks, during pleasure, parcel of the annuity lately enjoyed by Sir Richard Lovelas, deceased. Greenwich, 29 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 10 July. P.S. (in English). Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. I, m. 7. [1792.]
37. Brian Roohe, serjeant of the Acatry (Emptorie) of the Kitchen. Commission to provide oxen, sheep and fish for the Household, until 10 Dec. Westm., 10 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 7d. [1793.]
38. Burgesses of Derby, Inspeximus and confirmation of:—
Ch. 20 Dec., 25 Hen. VI., confirming with additions:—
A. Ch. 15 March, 1 Ric. II., conf.:
Ch. 3 June, 1 Edw. III., conf. with reservation and additions:—
Ch. 15 May, 13 Hen. III.
Ch. 24 March, 40 Hen. III.
B. Ch. 25 Aug., 11 Edw. III., conf. with additions:—
Ch. of Henry II.
Westm., 10 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Conf. roll 44, No. 2.
39. Lewis Goodman, of Sowgewas, Heref., laborer. Pardon for killing with a "ploughstaff," in self-defence, Simon Holder (who died 1 Oct., 2 Hen. VIII.), at Stretton, near Cradenbill, Heref., as certified by Rob. Brudenell and the other justices of gaol delivery for Hereford. Westm., 11 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 3. [1794.]
40. Justices of Assize.
Norfolk Circuit.—Association of Will. Mordaunt with Sir John Fyneux and Sir Rob. Rede. Westm., 11 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 10d. [1795.]
41. Henry lord Clifford, Westmoreland and Vescy. Licence (for 44l. 13s. 4d.) to alienate the castles, lordships and manors of Mallerstang and Burgham, and manors of Bondegate, Flakebrigg, and Sketergate, Westmld., with lands there (extent given), to Will. Conyers lord Hornby, Sir Ralph Bowes, Ralph Bowes, Th. Wandesworth, Th. Bekwith, Jas. Metcalf, Th. Pudsey, Steph. Elys, clk., Cuthb. Conyers, clk., Hen. Pudsey, jun., John Burton, Will. Kyrkeby, John Lancastre, and Stephen Lancastre, clk.; to hold to the use of the said Lord and Florence his wife during her life; with remainder to the right heirs of the said Lord. Westm., 11 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 12. [1796.]
42. Simon Robinson, clk. Presentation to the church of More Mounkton, dioc. York, void by resignation of Ric. Shery. Greenwich, 6 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 July. P.S. [1797.]
43. Sir John Pecche, knight for the Body, and John Sharpe, the King's servant. Grant of the reversion, in tail male, (1) of the manors of Edelmeton, alias Sayesbury, and Diphams, and the lands called Claverynges, in Edelmeton, Middx., forfeited by Sir Richard Charleton, attainted 1 Hen. VII.; and (2) of the manors of Swalclyffe and Covelehall, with appurtenances, in Woxbrigge, Middx., and lands called Hercies, Litell Helyndon, and Greate Helyndon, Middx., which Elizabeth, his widow, now deceased, held for life. § 1 and the reversion of § 2 were granted, in tail male, by patent 7 March, 1 Hen. VII., to Sir Thomas Bourgchier, jun., and Agnes his wife, who is now deceased. This grant to be passed without any fine in the Hanaper. Del. Westm., 12 July, [3] Hen. VIII. S.B. (filed in year 2 Hen. VIII.) Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 7 (undated). [1167, 3136.]
44. Commissions of the Peace. See Appendix.
Nottinghamshire.—Knoll, 14 July.
Yorkshire [West Riding].—Knoll, 14 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 6d. [1798.]
45. Commissions of Array.
Cumberland.—Th. lord Dacre and Greystock, Chris. Dacre, Sir John Musgrave, Chris. Pykkeryng, John Radelyff, Hen. Denton, Hugh Hutton, Ambr. Crakenthorp, John Hutton, Will. Beulewe, and the sheriff. Knoll, 14 July.
ii. Westmoreland.—Hen. lord Clifford, Sir Roger Belyngeham, Sir Th. Aparre, Geoff. Lancastre, Edw. Musgrave, Th. Warcop, and the sheriff. Knoll, 14 July.
iii. Yorkshire, East Riding.—Hen. earl of Northumberland, Hen. lord Clifford, Ric. Nevell lord Latymer, Will. Conyers lord Horneby, Hen. Scrope lord Bolton and Upsall, Sir Geo. Fitzhugh, Will. Fayrefax, Sir John Goure, Sir Marm. Constable, Sir Ralph Bygot, Sir Ralph Ellercar, Sir John Constable, Sir Rob. Constable. Sir Th. Metham, Sir Th. Normandvile, Sir Rob. Aske, Chris. Hillierd, Will. Constable, of Rudstone, John Rosse, Ralph Rokeby, Ric. Rokeby, and the sheriff. Knoll, 14 July.
iv. Mandate for the Chancellor of the county palatine of Lancaster to appoint Commissioners under his seal. Knoll, 14 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 2d. [1799.]
46. Alice, widow of Edmund Stannop. Grant of the manor or lordship of Caster Bardolf, Norf., for life. Del. Knoll, 14 July, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 7. [1800.]
47. Sir Hugh Conwey, treasurer of Calais. Pardon for all offences committed before 7 Oct., 1 Hen. VIII. against the Act of 3 Edw. IV., relative to treasurers of Calais. Windsor Castle, 12 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 15 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 7. [1801.]
48. Prior and convent of Bourne. Congé d'élire on the death of William Grisbe, late abbot. Windsor Castle, 12 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 16 July. P.S.
ii. Petition of the prior and convent for the above, stating that the said monastery of St. Peter and St. Paul, Breune, was founded by the Countess of Richmond and Derby. Dated 21 June, 1511. [1802.]
49. John Sumnore, clk. Presentation to the church of St. Mary of Melles, dioc. Norw., void by death of William Harrold. Greenwich, 8 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 16 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 7. [1803.]
50. Commissions of Array.
Northumberland.—Henry earl of Northumberland, Th. lord Darcy, Th. lord Dacre and Greystok, Sir John Gowre, Sir Edw. Radclyff, Sir Th. Ilderton, Roger Fynwike, Th. Strangwysh, Will. Langton, Walter Bradford, Th. Grice, Rob. Musgrave, and the sheriff. Westm., 17 July.
ii. Nottinghamshire.—Sir Th. Lovell, Brian Stapulton, Sir Will. Perpoynt, Sir Th. Sutton, Sir Rob. Clyfton, Simon Dygby, Humph. Hersey, sen., Will. Wymondsold. Hen. Bosom. Robt. Nevell, Ric. Basset, John Byron, Roland Dygby, John Dunham, Th. Thurland, Jas. Savage, Geo. Wastnesse, Th. Staunton, Ric. Lassels, John Markham, and the sheriff. Knoll, same date.
iii. Yorkshire, West Riding.—Hen. earl of Northumberland, Th. lord Darcy, Hen. lord Clyfford, Ric, Nevell lord Latymer, Will. Conyers lord Hornby, Hen. Scrope Lord Bolton and Upsall, Sir Geo. Fitzhugh, Sir Edw. Stanley, Sir Will. Gascoygne, Sir Th. Wortley, Sir John Everyngham, Sir Edw. Savage, Sir Geo. Hastyngis, John Topelyff, Brian Palmes, Th. Fairfax, Ric. Tempest. Ric. Malyverere, Roger Wombwell, Hen. Everyngham, John Pulleyn, Th. Fitzwilliam, Ralph Reresby, and the sheriff. Knoll, same date.
iv. Yorkshire, North Riding.—Hen. earl of Northumberland, Hen. lord Clifford, Ric. Nevell lord Latamore, Will. Conyers lord Horneby, Hen. Scrope lord Bolton and Upsale, Sir Geo. Fitzhugh, Sir John Goure, Sir Ralph Bigod, Sir Will. Bulmer, Sir Jas. Strangways, Roger Cholmeley, Rob. Wyvell, John Pekeryng. Th. Tempest, John Pulleyn, and the sheriff. Knoll, same date. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 2d. [1804.]
51. Sir Robert Waterton, knight for the Body. Licence, by charter, to impark 800 acres of land in his manor of Burne, in the parish of Brayton, Yorkshire, and to have free warren in all the demesne lands of the manor. Del. Knoll, 17 July, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. Charter roll 200, No. 18. (Witnesses not named.) [1805.]
52. Bishop of Salisbury and Sir John Hungreford. Warrant for a writ of dedimus potestatem, to take the fealty of Ric. Frampton, lately elected abbot of Malmesbury, Salisb. dioc. Windsor Castle, 16 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 17 July. S.B. [1806.]
53. Coheirs of Thos. Beauchamp. Pardon and release for Richard Bell and Margaret his wife, John Hoton and Elizabeth his wife, Thomas Musgrave and Alice his wife, Thomas Lancastre and Joan his wife, daughters and heirs of Thomas Beauchamp of Crogling, late sheriff of Cumberland ; also grant of the goods and chattels of the said Thomas Beauchamp, seized by John Ratclyff, late sheriff of the said county. Windsor Castle, 12 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 17 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 8. [1807.]
54. Guild of St. George, Southwark, Protection for one year to the deputies of the guild of the Virgin Mary and St. George, in the church of St. George, Southwark, sent to various parts of the country to solicit and collect alms. Greenwich, 3 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 17 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 8. [1808.]
55. John Carleton. To be, during good conduct, receiver of the manors and lordships of Horsley, Horston, Bollessover, Mauncefed Manor, Mauncefeld Wodehous, Lynby, Sutton in Aysshefeld, and Clypston, Notts, and Derby, as enjoyed by John Thomson. Windsor Castle, 10 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 17 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 2. m. 2. [1809.]
56. John Stile, of London, draper, Pardon and release as late customer of Hen. VII. in the ports of Plymouth and Fowey. Greenwich, 7 July, 1511. Del. Knoll, 18 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 2. [1810.]
57. Master David Yale. LL.B. Presentation to the collegiate church of Ruthyn, Bangor dioc., void by resignation of James Calveley, last warden or incumbent. Windsor Castle, 10 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 18 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 2. [1811.]
58. Commissions of Array (with clause requiring certificate to the King and Council at Easter next).
Norfolk.—Th. lord Howard, Sir Rob. Lovell, Sir Jas. Hobart, Sir Ph. Calthorp, Sir Rob. Clerc, Sir John Heydon, Sir Th. Bedyngfeld, Sir John Shelton, Sir Rob. Brandon, Sir Th. Wodehouse, Sir John Tymperley, Sir Ph. Tylney, Th. Wendham, Will. Paston, Hen. Inglose, Nich. Appuliard, Rob. Straunge, Edw. Knevet, John Barney, Leonard Castell, Jas. Boleyn, Will. Elys, John Tyndalle, Will. Wotton, John Straunge, Geo. Bukyngham, Th. Byllyngford, Th. Derham, Will. Spylman, Will. Skypwith, And. Hogard, Ralph Barney, Francis Calibut, Hen. Noon, Ric. Gancell, and the sheriff. Knoll, 18 July.
ii. Hants.—Sir Will. Uvedale, Sir Nich. Wadham, Sir Francis Cheyne, Sir Will. Meulx, Sir John Lisle, Sir John Lye, Guy Palmes, Sir Will. Gifford, Sir Geo. Puttenham, John Audeley, John Paulet, jun., John Dale, Will. Froste, John Dautrey, John Neuport. Nich. Tichebourne, Th. More, Ric. Norton, Will. Hawleys, Will. Pound, Rob. White, John Waller, Rob. Walop, Rob. Bulkeley, John Wayte, Peter Cowdray, Bernard Dabescourte, Will. Okenden, _ Bruyne, Edw. Banerston, John Brocas, Stephen Walop. Ric. Palshide, Peter Filpot, Th. Wellys, _ Keylewey, John Kyrkby, and the sheriff. Knoll, 18 July.
iii. Cornwall.—Sir John Arundell, of Lauherne, Sir Peter Eggecombe, Sir John Arundell, of Trerys, Roger Arundell, Peter Bevill, John Rescareke, John Arundell, of Talverne, John Skewys, Walter Trelawny, John Chamonde, John Carmynowe, Will. Lowre, John Glynne, of Morvale, John Moyle, Will. Carnsuyow, Ric. Vivian, Rob. Tredneke, Hen. Trecarell, Ric. Penrose, Jas. Eresey, Peter Sayntabyn, Ric. Code, John Kyllegrewe, and the sheriff. Knoll, 18 July.
iv. Devon.—Lewis Pollard, Sir Will. Courtenay, Sir Edm. Carewe, Sir John Bassett, John Kyrkham, Sir Edward Pomeray, John Crokker, Th. Denys, Jas. Chudleygh, Th. Stukeley, John Rowe, Rob. Yeo, Rob. Bouryng, John Gilbert, Ric. Reygne, And. Hillarsden. John Copleston, Will. Fulford, Th. Hacche, Edm. Larder, Nich. Specott, Hen. Bewmond, John Chechester, Nich. Kyrkham, Ric. Halis, John Wolston, John Hext, Ric. Wowell, Rob. Carie, Will. Merwod, Ph. Courtenay, John Fortescu, Will. Fortescu, John Halweye, John Hackeland, and the sheriff. Knoll, 18 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 2d. [1812.]
59. Gaol Delivery.
Southampton Castle.—Commission to Nich. Cowert, mayor, John Neuporte, Will. Frost, John Dawtrey, Ric. Palshid, Rob. Bisshop, John Bawdewyn, and Ric. Hille. Knoll, 20 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 4d. [1813.]
60. Sir Thomas Boleyn, knight for the Body. Grant, for life, of the lord-ships or manors of Purbright, Surrey, and Henden, Kent, with the park of Henden ; on surrender of patent 28 Feb., 8 Hen. VII., granting the same to Sir Thomas Bourghchier for life. Greenwich, 6 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 20 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 3. [1814.]
61. Sir Maurice Berkley. To be, for life, keeper of the forests of Kingeswode and Fylwode, Glouc. and Soms., with 7¼d. a day out of the fee farm of Bristol; and steward of the lordship or manor and hundred of Portbury, Soms., with 10l. a year; from 25 Oct., 24 Hen. VII., when these offices were granted to him, then esquire, without sufficient mention of the fees. Greenwich, 8 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 20 July. P.S. [1815.]
62. George Ardeson. To have the custody of the change and exchange in England and Calais for foreign parts, and to make agreements with and give licences to all parties wishing to visit the court of Rome or other foreign parts for devotion or other business, who wish to make payments by way of exchange or rechange ; to hold from Easter last during pleasure, at 30l. 6s. 8d. rent. Greenwich, 8 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 23 July. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 8. [1816.]
63. John Nores. Livery of lands as heir of Sir William Nores, viz., son of Sir Edward Nores, son of the said Sir William. Windsor Castle, 12 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Otford, 23 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 2. [1817.]
64. William Prior of St. Mary, Bruton, Soms. Licence to change the name of Priory to that of Monastery, and to assume the style of Abbot. Eltham, 21 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 24 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 12. [1819.]
65. Scotch Ambassadors. Mandate to the Chancellor for safe-conducts to be made out for Archibald earl of Ergyle, John lord Drummond, Sir Robert Lawder, of Basse. Sir William Scot, of Balwery, Sir John Ramsey, and Master James Henresoun, commissioners of the King of Scots, who are about to meet Lord Dacre and Sir Robert Drury, the English commissioners, concerning the state of the Borders. Stony-Stratford, 24 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 26 July. S.B.
2. Safe-conduct for the above. Knoll, 26 July. Scotch roll, 3 Hen. VIII. m. 8. Rym. XIII. 305. [1820.]
66. Thomas Thwaytes, one of the spears in the King's retinue at Calais. Grant, for life, of the tenements called "Netylbed tenements," in Calais, from Mich. 2 Hen. VIII. Windsor Castle, 16 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 27 July. P.S. (in English). Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 3. [1821.]
67. Thomas Thwaytes, one of the spears in the King's retinue at Calais. To be, during pleasure, beadle of the lordships of Mark and Oye, in reversion, now held by William Cokeson, with 8d. a day ; for services to Edw. IV. and Hen. VII. Greenwich, 20 March, 2 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 27 July, 3 Hen. VIII. P.S. (in English). Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 3. [1822.]
68. Hugh Acton, merchant tailor of London. Exemption from serving on juries, or being made justice of the peace, &c. Richmond, 9 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 27 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 8. [1823.]
69. Sir Francis Cheyney, knight for the Body. Grant, for life, of the manor of Nusselyng Beauffeys, Hants, lately belonging to Sir William Stonour ; with 18 acres of arable land called Stonyfeld, and 7 acres of meadow in Swathelyng, with rents from the villages of Milbroke (5s. 3d.) and Nusselyng (15d.) and from John Newman for his lands at Wymmeston called Peverell (7s.) forfeited by Edmund Dudley ; and all other lands in the said places, and in Elyng and Rumsey, forfeited by the said Edmund. Windsor Castle, 12 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 28 July, P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 11.; and p. 3, m. 7. [1824.]
70. Sir Henry Wiatt. Grant, in fee, of the lands which were given him by patents (now surrendered) of Hen. VII., viz. (1) pat. 7 Feb., 2 Hen. VII., granting him for life a messuage in Watelyng Street, London, in the parish of Allhallows, between tenements formerly of Roger Mone and John Whyte on west and east, formerly held by Robert Greves, tailor, granted by Richard III. to Sir Thomas Bourghchier of Ledes. Kent; and (2) pat. 19 Feb., 3 Hen. VII., for 60 years, of the custody of lands called Maydencote, parcel of lands called "Magorneys landes," Berks, which came to the hands of Hen. VI. on the death of Sir John Tiptoft, and were formerly held by Thomas Hurdegrove and John Rogers; and also grant of two messuages and land in Wotton and Quynton, Northt., forfeited by Sir Richard Empson. Del. Knoll, 29 July, 3 Hen. VIII. S.B. Charter roll 200, No. 19 (without names of witnesses). [1825.]
71. George Bloundell, Blowndell, Blundell or Blondell, of Toucestre, Northt., alias of Morton-Birt, Wore., alias of Wynchecombe, Glouc., alias of Calais, alias of Lincoln. alias of Ledbury, Heref., yeoman carver, alias soldier. Pardon. Windsor Castle, 15 July, 3 Hen. VIII. Del. Knoll, 30 July. P.S. Pat. 3 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 2. [1827.]

Footnotes

1 Dated only in the margin in the "Lettres de Louis XII." Compare No. 783.