Deeds
B.201 - B.300

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1890

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235-244

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'Deeds: B.201 - B.300', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 235-244. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64213 Date accessed: 21 September 2014.


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B.201 - B.300

Essex. N'hamp.B. 201. Indenture relative to a bond, dated 7 January, 34 Henry VI., given by Thomas Thorpe, of London, to John Catesby, son of Hugh Catesby, and to John Snype and for a mortgage by him to them of his lands, &c. at Beenewell and Lylleford co. Northampton, and at Ilford in the parish of Berkyng co. Essex. 8 January, 34 Henry VI. Seal.
[Leic.]B. 202. Demise by the prioress and nuns of Langley to Henry de Wigornia, of lands in the vill and fields of Barkeby, together with the manor. Witnesses:—Peter de Nichale, William le Walleys, Hugh vicar of Barkeby, and others (named).
[Leic.]B. 203. Grant by Richard Amory, of Thorpe next Barkeby, to his son John Amory, of the same place, of a messuage and lands in Thorpe aforesaid and in Hamilton. Wednesday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 9 Henry IV.
[Leic.]B. 204. Release by Thomas, son of Thomas de Lincoln, for the sake of his own soul and that of Alice his wife, to the prioress and nuns of Langeley next Bredon of his right in all lands in Barkeby and Thorpe, which the said prioress and nuns had of the enfeoffment of Peter son of Thomas de Linc', his uncle, or of the grant of John de Wyntonia, formerly Archdeacon of Leicester. Thursday before SS. Philip and James A.D. 1338. Seal.
[Leic.]B. 205. Release by Thomas le Turnur, of Leicester, to the nuns of Langley next Bredon, of his right in lands, &c. in Barkeby and Torp. Witnesses:—Peter son of Roger de Leyrc', William le Waleys of Anlep, and others (named). Seal.
[Leic.]B. 206. Grant by Simon son of Robert the Cook (coci) of Barsworde, with the consent of Matilda his wife, to the canons of Suleby, of land in the fields of Barsword upon Barlichul. Witnesses:—John de Lodbroc, Philip Bretun, and others (named). Seal.
[Leic.]B. 207. Release by Matilda, late the wife of Thomas de Lyncoln', to her son Peter de Lyncoln', of her right in land in the fields of Barkby, held by Henry Ays and Gilbert the Carter (caretarius), together with the said Henry and Gilbert and all their belongings. Witnesses:—Peter son of Roger de Leycestr', Gerard de Hamelton', and others (named).
[Worc.]B. 208. Release by Adam son of William de Baruwe to the prioress and convent of Acornebury, of his right in land in Barue. Witnesses:— William de la Lawe, Robert Braci, and others (named).
[Leic.]B. 209. Release by Peter de Lincoln, son of Thomas de Lincoln, to the nuns of Langley near Bredon, to hold in frank almoin, of his right in land in the vill and field of Barkeby held by William le Weris, together with the said William and all his belongings; in part of his demesne land upon 'le Thyrnehov,' 'le Thwerewong' and Morfurlong; and also in a yearly rent issuing out of the same. Witnesses:—Robert de Foleville, Eustace de Foleville, and others (named). Injured.
[Leic.]B. 210. Grant by Thomas le Turnur, of Leicester, to the nuns of Langley near Bredon, of a yearly rent payable by Hugh, vicar of Barkeby, issuing out of land in the territory of Barkeby. Witnesses:—Walter Gerond, William le Poer, William de Syleby, and others (named). Seal.
[Leic.]B. 211. Demise by Alice, prioress of Langley, and the nuns of that place, to Amicia, relict of Peter de Lincoln, of land in Barkeby. Witnesses:— John de Diggeby, Robert de Norton, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Leic.]B. 212. Demise by Isabella, prioress of Langley, and the nuns of that place, to Robert son of William son of Hugh de Barkeby, of land in the fields of Barkeby. Witnesses:—Gerond de Hamilton, Walter Gerond of Barkeby, and others (named). A.D. 1265. Fragment of seal.
[Oxford.]B. 213. Release by Richard Brauncestr', of Rothele, chaplain, to Richard Danvers, of Bannebury, of his right in lands, formerly the property of his brother John Bauncestr' and Margery his wife, and of John their son, in the vill and fields of Bannebery, Codthropp, and Wykham. Witnesses: —Thomas Wakfeld the mayor and William Byssham the bailiff of the town of Leicester, and others (named). Wednesday before Easter, 17 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Oxford.]B. 214. Grant by Geoffrey the Marshal (Marescallus) of Banneburi to Alexander Goilin, of a house in the vill of Banneburi. Witnesses:— David de Haclint', Ralph de Wavercurt, with the whole Court of Banneburi, and others (named).
[Oxford.]B. 215. Grant by John Neweman, to John Danvers, both of Bannebury, of land lying in the Neulond of Bannebury. Monday after St. Nicholas, 5 Henry IV. Seal.
[Leic.]B. 216. Grant in frank almoin by Thomas le Turnur, son of Philip le Turnur of Leicester, to the nuns of Langley next Bredon, of land in the territory of Barkeby. Witnesses:—Gerald de Hamilton, Roger de Royeleye of Sycheston', and others (named). Seal.
[Worc.]B. 217. Release by the men of Strengesham, viz. Ralph Harding, John de la Bruere, Walter Balli, William the Miller (molendinarius), and Walter son of Geoffrey, to Roger, the abbot of Pershore, and the convent of that place, of their right in the land called 'Barbecroft' in Strengesham, granted to the abbot and convent by Philip de Kaillewey. Witnesses:—Eudo de Bellocampo, Peter de Wika, and others (named). Fragment of seals.
[Oxford.]B. 218. Counterpart of B. 215. Seal.
[Notts.]B. 219. Demise by B . . . . ., prior of Beauvale (de Bella Valle), and the convent of that place, to Hugh de Annesley, of their capital messuage, and lands in Bagthorpe. 20 October, 14 Henry IV.
[ ]B. 220. Grant by Richard son of Nigel to the priory of Burcester, of land in the moor of Great Banelaunde. Witnesses:—Robert de Moula, Henry de Berton, and others (named).
Endorsed in a later hand:—Neueton. Seal.
York.B. 221. Letter of attorney by Thomas de Roos, lord of Hamelak, to William de Weston and John Witeside, of Helmesley, for the delivery to John de Nevill, knight, lord of Raby, of seisin of the manors of Baildon and Thornton in Craven, the advowson of the church of Thornton, &c., and of all his lands in the vills of Everby, Baildon and Thornton. 8 July, 46 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]B. 222. Grant in frank almoin by Walter Britrich to the abbey of Esseby, of a yearly rent issuing out of a messuage and lands [in Atteneston]. Witnesses:—William the clerk of Atteneston, Gilbert de Gretewrye, William Deynte, and others (named). Seal.
[Norf.]B. 223. Grant by John son of William le Trappere of Kentebur', to John de Hynkel, vicar of the church of Eton', of land in the field of Attleberge. Witnesses:—Ralph Page of Attleye, John Hocheman of Eton', and others (named.) Seal.
[Norf.]B. 224. Grant by John Unfrey, of Eton', to John de Langley, of Covintry, and Alice, his wife, of land in the field of Attleberg'. Witnesses:—John Hycheman, Henry le Weyte, and others (named).
['Nhamp.]B. 225. Grant by Roger de Boys, of Atteneston, to John the Souter (sutor') of Esseby Canons, of lands in the fields of Atteneston. Witnesses: —Robert Fareman of Atteneston, Ralph Deynte and Richard Fareman of the same place, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 226. Grant by William Deynte, of Atteneston, to the church and canous of Esseby, of land, &c. in the field of Atteneston. Witnesses:— William de Atteneston, Gilbert de Grettewrye, Robert Fareman, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 227. Grant by Roger de Boys, of Atteneston, to Eustace son of William Pacy of Paddebiry in Preston, of land in the field of Atteneston. Witnesses:—Ralph Deynte, Roger Fareman, John Attewelle, and others (named). Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 228. Grant by Walter Brittich, of Atteneston, to Ralph the Smith (fabro) of Atteneston, and Alice, his wife, of land in the fields of Atteneston. Witnesses:—Ralph de Atteneston, Roger de Bosco, Robert Fareman, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 229. Grant by Walter Britich, of Atteneston, to the church and canons of Esseby, of land in the field of Atteneston. Witnesses:—William Deynte, Robert Fareman, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 230. Grant by William Deynte, of Atteneston, to Richard son of William de Atteneston, and Julia his wife, of land in the field of Atteneston. Witnesses:—Ralph de Atteneston, Roger de Bosco, and others (named). Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 231. Grant by Robert Attehul, of Atteneston, to his daughter Christian, of land in the field of Atteneston. Witnesses:—Ralph de Atteneston, Roger de Boys, Robert Fareman, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 232. Grant by Ralph Deynte, of Atteneston, son of William Deynte, to Alice, daughter of Geoffrey the Smith (fabri) of Atteneston, of land in the Aldecroft in the field of Atteneston. Witnesses:—Richard de le Auney of Maydeford, Nicholas de le Auney, John le Rous, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 233. Grant by Walter, son of Richard Brihtrich of Atteneston, to Geoffrey de Atteneston, the smith, and Matilda his wife, of land in the field of Atteneston. Witnesses:—Richard de Atteneston, William Deinte, Robert Fareman, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 234. Grant by Walter Britrich, of Atteneston, to the church and canons of Esseby, of divers yearly rents in Atteneston, and of lands in the fields of Atteneston. Witnesses:—William de Atteneston, Gilbert de Grettewrye, William Deynte, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 235. Grant by Agnes de Bradden', daughter of Ralph le Palmere of Atteneston, to John son of John le Warde of Purston, of a messuage in the vill of Atteneston, and land in the fields of the same vill. Sunday the feast of St. Mark, 9 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]B. 236. Release by Walter Bonechose, of Brackel', with the consent of Agnes his wife, to Margery de Atteneston, late the wife of Hugh Herlingdon, of their right in land in the field of Atteneston. Witnesses:— Richard de Attoneston, William Deinte, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 237. Grant by Walter Britrich, of Atteneston, to the church and canons of Esseby, of a meadow in the field of Atteneston pertaining to 'del Chirchelond' at Maydesford, and other meadows pertaining to the same Chirchelond at Blakebreche and Alditho. Witnesses:—Robert Fareman, William Deynte, John de Braddeden', and others (named). Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 238. Grant by Robert Russel, of Atteneston, to John the Wheelwright (Rotario) of the same place, of lands in the fields of Atteneston. Witnesses:—Roger de Boys, of Atteneston, Robert Fareman, Ralph Deynte, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 239. Grant by John son of Thomas le Frankeleyn of Colewrye, to the church and canons of Esseby, of lands in the field of Atteneston. Witnesses:—Walter Britrich of Atteneston, Robert Fareman, William Deynte the younger, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 240. Grant by Walter Britrich, of Atteneston, to the church and canons of Esseby, of land in the field of Atteneston. Witnesses:—William de Atteneston, William Deynte, and others (named). Seal.
Essex. Herts.B. 241. John Edward', brother and heir of Thomas Gloucestr', having demised to Ralph, Lord Sudeley, John, Lord Beauchamp, Richard Neuton, knight, John Fray and others, and to Robert Cooke the manors of Baas, Perers, Geddynges, Langtons, Foxton', Marions and Halles, with their appurtenances in Brokesborne, Hoddesdon, Cheshunt, Amwell, Wurmeley, and elsewhere co. Hertford, and also the manor of Hokes co. Essex, which had descended to him upon the death of his said brother, and the same having been subsequently demised at his request by the said Robert Cooke to William Say, Andrew Oughgard, John Say, Laurence Cheyne, Philip Boteler, John Cheyne, and William Port, he thereupon granted a release of his right to the said manors, &c., to the last named parties. 28 August, 26 Henry VI.
[Somers.]B. 242. Grant by John Symond, of Schepham, to John Markys, chaplain, and Robert, son of Gilbert Seward of Ceddr', of land in Banewell. Sunday before St. Clement, 14 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Camb.]B. 243. Release by John Morice, of Cambridge, brother of Richard Morice, Agnes late wife of the said Richard, and John de Carlton, chaplain, executors of the said Richard Morice, to the prior of Anglesey, of their right in land in Bernewell. Witnesses:—Stephen Morice, mayor of Cambridge, Roger de Resham, and others (named). Seal.
[Leic.]B. 244. Grant by William, abbot of Suleby, and the convent of that place, to Ralph the Cook (coco) of Huthorp, of a toft in the vill of Bariswr' (Bareworth). Witnesses:—John do Lodbroch', Matthew Galruch', and others (named).
[Leic.]B. 245. Grant by Simon son of Robert the Cook (Coci) of Barsworph', to Roger Taylur, of Wellesford, of land in the fields of Barsworph' (Bareworth). Witnesses:—William de Lodbrok, lord of Barsworph', Philip le Bretun, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Leic.]B. 246. Release by Roger le Tayllur, of Welleford, to the abbot and convent of Suleby of his right in land in the territory of Bariswrth'. Witnesses:—Ralph de Walecote, John de Crek, and others (named).
[Leic.]B. 247. Grant by William son of the Chaplain of Theyngwrth', to the abbot of Suleby, and convent of that place, of land in the field of Bareswrth'. Witnesses:—Reg' son of Richard, Helyas de Wikingeston, and others (named).
[ ]B. 248. Release by John son of Margery Vampage, to Henry, abbot of Pershore, of his right in land at Baldeshellern'. Witnesses:—Hugh Dispensator, William Drake, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 249. Grant by Ralph Deynte, of Atnestone, to Thomas Herberd, of Daventry, of land in the field of Atnestone. 14 July, 14 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]B. 250. Grant by Matilda, relict of William le Swoen of Atneston, to Thomas Herbord, of Davent', of land in the field Atneston. Wednesday before St. Gregory, 10 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]B. 251. Release by Robert Haryngton to Alexander Colepepyr, of his right in the manor of Asshen and advowson in a third part of the church of Rode, with the chapel of Asshen, and in lands, &c., in Westpyrie, late the property of Thomas Colepepyr, knight; with a warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. 20 February, 5 Hen. VII. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 252. Letter of attorney by Thomas Colepeper of the co. Kent, knight, and lord of Hardeshull, for William Body, rector of the church of Asschene, and John Carter to deliver to John Darell' and others seisin of the manor of Asschene with lands in Hertwell and Rode, the advowson of one third part of the church of Rode with the chapel of Asschene and lands, &c. in Westpereyghe and Burcote. Sunday after Easter Day. 4 Henry VI. Seal broken.
[Warw.]B. 253. Grant by Thomas the Hunter (venator) of Radway to the abbey of Stanley, of his part of a messuage with a croft adjoining, held by Ilgerius de Radeweia. Witnesses:—Ralph de Stret, Hugh le Noreis, and others (named).
Herts.B. 254. Grant by Thomas Cornewall, knight, to William Say, knight, of a third part of the manor of Laurence Eyot (Ayott St. Lawrence), and the advowson or turn of presentation to the church of that place. Also letter of attorney for William Brombourgh and Thomas Lyngewood. 9 July, 21 Henry VII.
Herts.B. 255. Grant by Edward Hanmar, knight, to William Say, knight, of a third part of the manor of Lawrence Eyott, and the advowson or turn of presentation to the church of that place. Also letter of attorney for William Philippe and Richard Parker. 10 June, 20 Henry VII. Seal.
Herts.B. 256. Counterpart of B. 255. Seal.
Herts.B. 257. Grant by John More, William Grevyle, and William Farefax to Edward Hanmar, knight, of a third part of the manor of Lawrence Eyott with the advowson or turn of presentation to the church of that place. Also letter of attorney for William Philippe and Richard Parker. 6 June, 20 Henry VII. Fragments of seals.
Herts.B. 258. Grant by John More, William Grevyle, and William Farefax to Thomas Cornewalle, knight, of a third part of the manor of Lawrence Eyott, with the advowson or turn of presentation to the church of that place. Also letter of attorney for William Philippe and Richard Parker. 26 April, 20 Henry VII.
Herts.B. 259. Grant by John More, William Grevyle, and William Fayrefax to Thomas Cornewalle, knight, of a third part of the manor of Lawrence Eyott and the advowson or turn of presentation to the church of that place. Also letter of attorney for William Bromborough and Thomas Lyngewod. 4 July, 21 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
[Hants.]B. 260. Demise by John, prior of St. Denys near Southampton, to Nicholas Galltzer, otherwise Gervese, Joan his wife, and John their son, of a tenement and land in the street called 'Baggerowe,' and of old known as 'Kyngeslond.'. . . . . ., Henry IV. Injured.
[Glouc.]B. 261. Grant by Peter, abbot of Pershore, and the convent of that place, to William de Upton and Alice, his wife, the daughter of Robert Waifer, of a messuage and land in Little Badminton within the manor of Haukesburi. Wednesday after St. Leonard, 25 Edward III. Seal.
[Wilts?]B. 262. Grant by John Hole, prior of Farlegh, and the convent of that place to Robert Cardemaker, of Bradeford, and Agnes his wife, of a cottage called 'Avenebrygge' and another in Seynt Olesestret. Vigil of St. John the Baptist, 4 Henry VI. Seals.
[Hants.]B. 263. Grant by Nigel Amfrey, son and heir of Robert Amfrey, to the priory of Bromore, of land in Avenemedc. Witnesses:—William Espileman, knight, Henry de Arnewode, and others (named).
[Linc.]B. 264. Grant by Joan, late wife of Ralph Garton of Overbrunham, to her son William, of a messuage in the vill of Overbrunham, and lands in the Isle of Haxiholme. Tuesday after St. Denis, 4 Henry IV. Seal.
[Linc.]B. 265. Grant by Thomas son of Walter de Brunham, to John son of Thomas de Brunham, and John son of William de Brunham, of lands in the vills and fields of Haxay, Overbrunham, Netherbrunham, Eppeworth, Belton and Ouston, and elsewhere in the Isle of Haxholme. 5 July, 11 Edward III. Seal.
[Linc.]B. 266. Grant by Robert Papyll, of Kynerdfery, to William Breuster, of Haxay, and John Eywyer, of Kynerdfery, of lands in the Isle of Haxholme. 12 June, 1460.
[Linc.]B. 267. Release by Oliver de Busy, to William son of Thomas de Brunham, of his right in divers rents and services in the Isle of Haxiholme. Witnesses:—Roger de Beltofte, Thomas de Brunham, Robert Thakel of Haxay, and others (named).
Linc.B. 268. Indenture between Robert Cawode, prior of the house of St. Mary in the Isle of Axiholme co. Lincoln, of the one part, and Robert Arnalde, Robert Jakes, of Westwood, John Baylye, and John at Hall, of Kynnardeffery, of the other, relative to William Eston, son and heir of John Eston of Overburnham, within six months of his being of age, signing letters of acquittance in favour of the said prior. 1 May 16 Henry VI. Seal.
[Linc.]B. 269. Grant by Robert Takel, of Haxeye, son of Ralph Takel, to the canons of Suleby, of lands, &c., in the Isle of Haxiolm. Witnesses:— Richard de Burstal, parson of Belegrave, Robert de Lubeham, the bailiff, and others (named). Seal broken.
Devon.B. 270. Release by Richard Jambe, of Sydemouth co. Devon, kinsman and heir of Ralph Jambe, and John Jambe, son of the said Ralph, to Elizabeth, abbess of the monastery of Syon co. Middlesex, of his right in a tenement called 'Jambe Hayys' within the manor of Axemouth. 19 October, 37 Henry VI. Seals.
Devon.B. 271. Appointment by Elizabeth, abbess of Syon, and the convent of that place, proprietors or rectors of the parish church of Axmouth in the diocese of Exeter, of William Larder, as proctor for the monastery and the parish church, to appear before Richard, bishop of Exeter, &c., relative to a composition between the said rectors of the one part, and Richard Walbeffe or Walleff, perpetual vicar of the said church, of the other, about the tithes within the parish of Axmouth. A.D. 1496.
[Devon.]B. 272. Grant by John Capell, vicar of Axmouth, to Elizabeth, abbess of the monastery of Syon, and John Brown, of the tithes of the parish of Axmouth, to hold until the said abbess shall have received the sum of six pounds. 1 October, 9 Henry VII.
[Somers.]B. 273. Letter of attorney by John Leucays for John Hotale to deliver to William de Dreycote seisin of one Morheye (unius Morheye). Wednesday after the Translation of St. Thomas, 22 Edward III. Seal.
Endorsed in a later hand: Axbrygge.
[Somers.]B. 274. Demise by Robert Hull and Isabella his wife, of Ayly, to William Waryner and Joan, his wife, of land called 'the Breche' in Ayly. St. Andrew's Day. 22 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
Herts.B. 275. Release by Richard Daleber, knight, to William Say, knight, of his right in the manor of Lawrence Eyott (Ayott St. Lawrence) with a warranty against the abbot of Westminster, 20 March, 23 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
[York.]B. 276. Grant by Thomas de Aykeskarth, master of the Hospital of Welles, to Robert de Coverham of lands in the vills and territories of Aykeskarth and Thosnton. 17 August, 1390.
[York.]B. 277. Grant by John Russell, of Azerlawe, to Walter de Le . . . . of a messuage and land in Azerlawe. Thursday after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 4 Richard II. Seal.
[York.]B. 278. Grant by Maria de Nevill, of Middelton, to John de Merk' of the mill of Aykescharth, with wood from the wood of Biscopdal. Sunday the morrow of Michaelmas. A.D. 1313.
[York.]B. 279. Grant by Ralph son of Ralph, lord of la Wodehalle, to his brother John, of his lands in the vill and territory of Aykeskarth. Witnesses:—Ralph de Nevill, William de Holteby, Nicholas de Geryeston, and others (named). Seal.
Herts.B. 280. Letter of attorney by Edward Hanmer, knight, for Alexander Byrde to sign, seal, and deliver to John More, William Greville, and William Fairfax, all deeds and evidences relating to a third part of the manor of Ayott St. Lawrence, with the third part of the advowson of that church, and also a third part of the messuages, lands, rents, markets, or fairs of Ayott St. Lawrence, in Ayott St. Lawrence, Whathamstede, Harbeden, Gustanwode, Broadwatir, Stevenage, Codygate, Burley, Hatfeld, Radewelle, Graveley, Welyen, Wyndryoge, St. Albans, Westwyke, Luton, Kympton, Sandrygge, and Charlton. 20 May, 20 Henry VII.
[Devon.]B. 281. Grant by Thomas de Canynghes to Isabella de Bukyngton, daughter of Richard de Bukyngton, of lands at 'la Forde' in the manor of Aylingwode, Clyst St. Mary, Otriton, Colaton, Nytherestonforde, and Salterton, the advowson of the church of Clyst St. Mary, and all rents and services of freemen and villeins. Thursday before St. Laurence, 38 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Somers.]B. 282. Grant by Richard de Acton to Richard Bat, chaplain, Matthew de Clyvedon, Thomas Dammoisel, Robert de Brochamton, and William le Pipere of the manor of Ayly. 14 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Norf.]B. 283. Grant by Henry le Wayte, of Nunne Eton, to John son of Humphrey de Wytewelle of Attleberge, of land in the field of Attleberge. Witnesses:—Ralph Page of Attleberge, William in le Hale, and others (named). Seal.
[Norf.]B. 284. Grant by John de Kentebury, of Attilberge, to John de Hynkel, vicar of the church of Eton, of lands in the field and territory of Attilberge. Witnesses:—Henry le Wayte of Eton, John Ythemon, and others (named). Seal.
[Somers.]B. 285. Demise by Robert Hulle and Isabella his wife, of Ayly, to William Crop' and Joan his wife, of a tenement in Ayly. Feast of St. George, 4 Henry IV. Fragments of seals.
[N'hamp.]B. 286. Grant by William de Brackel and Matilda his wife, and Robert his son, to Hugh Herlingdon and Margery, his wife, of land in the fields of Atteneston. Witnesses:—Richard son of Richard de Atteneston, Richard de Bosco, William Deynte, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 287. Grant by William, son of William de Brackel in Atteneston, to Richard Fareman, of Atteneston, of land in the field of Atteneston. Witnesses:—Ralph de Atteneston, Roger de Boys, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 288. Grant by Roger, son of Henry Deynte of Atteneston, to Ralph the Smith (fabro) of Atteneston, and Alice his wife, of land in the field of Atteneston. Witnesses:—William Deynte of Atteneston, Robert Fareman, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 289. Grant by William de Pinkeni, of Morton, son of Simon de Pinkeni, to the abbey of Esseby of yearly rents in the vill of Atteneston. Witnesses:—Robert Painel, Richard de Fardingeston, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 290. Grant by Ralph, son and heir of Richard de Atteneston, to Roger le Normand, formerly yeoman (valletus) of the prior of Warwick, of lands in the field of Atteneston. Witnesses:—Roger de Bosco, William Deynte the elder and younger, Robert Fareman, John le Mareshal lord of Esseby, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 291. Grant by John Mason, of Atneston, to Thomas Plombe, of Atneston, and William Ponne, of Morton, of a messuage and curtilage in Atneston. Thursday the feast of St. Laurence, 20 Richard II. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 292. Memorandum relative to an exchange of land, in the field of Atteneston, between Robert, prior of Esseby, and Richard Fareman of Atteneston.
[N'hamp.]B. 293. Receipt by John Pegge, of Atneston, co. Northampton, to Thomas Ardern, John Plumbe of Atneston, and Richard Deken of Assheby Canons. 8 August, 10 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 294. Grant by John Boys, chaplain, and John Wryght, of Atneston, to Thomas Hertesboy, of Maydeford, and Isabella his wife, of lands in the vill and field of Atneston. Sunday after SS. Peter and Paul, 14 Richard II.
[N'hamp.]B. 295. Grant by Joan le Warde, of Purston, to Agnes, Emma, Isolda, and Isabella, daughters of her late husband Thomas le Ward of Atteneston, of a messuage with land in the field of Atteneston. Sunday the morrow of St. Mark, 23 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]B. 296. Grant by Simon de Esseby, rector of the church of Wittnesham, to Richard le Cauk, of Esseby, of a messuage and land in Atteleston. Thursday after the Assumption, 26 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]B. 297. Release by William son and heir of Henry Freman of Newenham, to Richard Wattes, of Atneston, of his right in messuages and land in the vill and fields of Atneston. Monday after St. Thomas the Apostle, 43 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]B. 298. Grant by Richard le Sivet, of Atteston, to Geoffrey le Sivet, of that place, and Juliana his wife, of a cottage and curtilage in the vill of Atteston. Monday after St. Andrew, 15 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]B. 299. Grant by John Ballard, of Ashby Canons, to Richard Plumbe and Agnes, his wife, and their children Thomas, Joan, and Matilda, of a cottage, curtilage, and land in Atneston. Palm Sunday, 23 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]B. 300. Release by Thomas Herberd de Davyntre, of Assheby Canons, to the canons of Assheby Canons of his right in a mill and lands in the field of Atneston. Tuesday after St. Matthew, 10 Edward III. Fragment of seal.