Deeds
B.401 - B.500

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1890

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B.401 - B.500

Warw.B. 401. Licence by Robert de Turville, of Bedeworth, to Philip de Turville, his brother, to grant messuages, lands, wood, and rents in Bedeworth to a chaplain to celebrate divine service in the church of Bedeworth. 18 April, 5 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 402. Grant by John Hailing', of Bedeworth, to Philip de Turville, clerk, of a messuage with a curtilage, lands, a wood called 'Calvercroft,' meadows, pastures, commons, &c. in the vill and territory of Bedeworthe, all which had descended to him upon the death of William Hailing his father; also of rents and services due for a tenement there; of the reversion of lands, tenements, &c. held by Thomas son of Ralph, and by Amicia his wife, as her dower, out of the grantor's inheritance, after the death of his father, her first husband; and also the reversion of other lands, granted by him for various terms, in Bedeworth. The Annunciation, 19 Edward II. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 403. Release by John Hailing', of Bedeworthe, to Philip de Turville, canon of Lichfield, of his right in a rent and services issuing out of the lands and tenements in Bedeworthe which he held from the grantor. Monday the feast of St. Scholastica, 19 Edward II. Seal.
[Heref.]B. 404. Confirmation by Griffin son of Meuric, with the consent of Matilda de Baskerwile his wife, to the monks of Dore, of the grant to them by Ralph de Baskerwile of land out of his fee of Bredwardin Witnesses:— William de Furth, Robert le Bel, Henry son of Nicholas then sheriff of Hereford, and others (named). [8–13 Henry III.] Seal.
[Warw.]B. 405. Demise by Philip deTurvile, clerk, to John Hailing', of Bedeworth, of a messuage, lands, and rent in the vill and fields of Bedeworthe. Friday the morrow of SS. Philip and James. 19 Edward II. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 406. Release by Robert de Wilie in Wybetoft, with the consent of Amicia his wife, to William de Hailing in Bedeworth, of his right in lands, tenements, rents, and services in the vill of Bedeworthe. Vigil of the Holy Trinity, 18 Edward I. Seals.
[Warw.]B. 407. Grant by William Hereward, of Bedeworthe, to John, son of Simon le Fremon of Bedeworthe, of land in the fields of Bedeworthe, viz., in 'le Longecrone,' 'le Longewodecroft,' Echelesfurlong, and Peshul, Friday Christmas Eve, 23 Edward I. Seal broken.
Herts.B. 408. Release by Richard Fodryngheye to John Norbury of his right in the manor of Bedewelle, and to all lands lately belonging to John Oskyn in the vills of Little Esyndon, Berhamstede and Hatfeld Bishop. 17 August, 12 Richard II. Seal.
[Heref.]B. 409. Demise by Master Peter de Olga of the fruits and obventions of the church of Bakynt' (Bacton ?), to which he had been collated by the authority of P. bishop of Hereford, to the abbot and convent of Dore for a term of five years. Witnesses:—Sirs Thomas, Walter, and Peter de Cors, chaplains of the bishop of Hereford, Sir John de Villario Gundran, canon of Hereford, Master William de Ros, and others (named). A.D. 1247.
[Wilts.]B. 410. Covenant between Ralph le Waspre and William le Blunde, of Bayleclive, relative to the former being bound to pay to the latter yearly, for the term of his life, a mark in silver, three quarters of wheat, and one quarter of barley: and should he predecease, then the said William is to distrain upon a tenement in Bayleclive for the said payments. Thursday after St. Gregory, 41 Henry III.
[Glouc.]B. 411. Release by Richard Eyr, of Lewe, to the abbot and convent Bruerue (de Brueria),of his right in a messuage and land in Bassetterisindon, which he had of the feoffment of Walter Hichecokes, clerk, which Paulinus de Tayden, son of Henry de Tayden, long before the statute De Religiosis, had granted to that house, and which John, a former abbot, predecessor to the then abbot, had without the consent of the Chapter demised to Robert de Brewes, the predecessor of the said Walter. 3 May, 6 Henry IV. Seal.
Herts.B. 412. Letter of attorney by John Say, knight, for John of Parsonage alias John North, to receive from John Wenloke, knight, lord of Wenloke, seisin of the lands in Bedwell. 21 April, 6 Edward IV.
[Wilts.]B. 413. Conveyance by Simon Akeland, Walter Tannere, and William Leytoneman of the lands and tenements in Baylesclyfe, granted to them by John Wykyng, to John Casyere, of Balesclyfe, Margery his wife, and John their son, who had previously surrendered the same to the said John Wykyng, from whom they had held them for the term of their lives. Tuesday the feast of St. Barnabas the Apostle, 10 Richard II.
[Warw.]B. 414. Demise by John Halling, of Bedeworth, to Geoffrey de Hyde en la Greve, and Eleanor, his wife, of land upon 'le Putgreven' and 'le Wodecroft' in the field of Bedewrthe. The Annunciation, 9 Edward II.
[Leic.]B. 415. Release by Richard la Zuche, son of Thomas the Clerk (clerici) of Thyrneby, to the abbot and convent of Suleby, of his right in land in Banelondslade in the field of Thyrneby (Thurnby). Witnesses:—Adam de Berevile in Thyrneby, John le Flemeng, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Notts.]B. 416. Grant by Geoffrey the Clerk (clericus) of Stretley, with the assent of Cecilia his wife, to the church and nuns of Catesby, of lands in the fields of Baseford, lying towards Bolewelle and the moor of Algorthorp. Witnesses:—Robert de Stretly, Robert de Watennove, William de Notehale son of the rector of the church of that place (Nuthall), and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[ ]B. 417. Demise by William Underwode, of Barton, and Emma his wife, to Alan le Polter, of Bartone. and Edith, his wife, of land with buildings thereon in the vill of Barton. Sunday after St. Gregory the Pope, 7 Edward III. Seal.
[Leic.]B. 418. Grant in frank almoin by Nicholas Vischard, of Osberston, to the church of St. Mary of Langeley next Bredon, and to Margaret of Leicester, the prioress of that house, of a yearly rent, with homage, services, reliefs, &c., due from Thomas the Cook (cocus) of Barton next Boseworth for land in Barton and Asberton. Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 1276.
Essex. Herts. Rutl.B. 419. Letter of attorney by Robert Brudenell, William Greville, Louis Pollard, Guy Palmes, John Beket, John Porter, Thomas More and Thomas Blount, for John Basyngton and Richard Taylor to receive full seisin of the manors, &c. granted to them by William Say, knight, by charter dated 2 July, 21 Henry VII., viz. the manors of Bedwell, Wykehamhall, and Benyngton, with the advowson of the church of Benyngton co. Herts, and lands, tenements, &c., in Bedwell, Wykehamhall, and Benyngton, together with lands, tenements, . . . . . . . Wykehamhall co. Essex, and also the manors of Merket Overton with the advowson of the church of that place, co. Rutland, and Hokys co. Essex, and lands, &c. in Market Overton and Hokys. 3 July, 21 Henry VII.
[Devon.]B. 420. Demise by Walter Atkyn and John Wysewold, to Joan, late the wife of Holnath Malyverer, knight, of the manor of Beanworthy, and of all lands and tenements there, with reversion upon her decease to Edward Courtenay, Earl of Devon. 21 July, 17 Henry VII. Fragments of seals.
[N'hamp.] [Notts.]B. 421. Declaration by the prioress of Swine that the churches of Baseford and Eissebi ought of right to belong to the monastery of Cattebi; and that if the former house had any claim to those churches by reason of the charter of Eobert son of Philip, the grantor, the prioress released the same to the nuns of Cattebi.
[Leic.]B. 422. Grant by the prioress and convent of Langley to William de Foxton, of Barton, of a messuage and lands in Barton next Boseworth. Sunday before St. Peter in Cathedra, 16 Edward III.
[Leic.]B. 423. Demise by Margaret, the prioress of Langley, and the convent of that place, to Richard Cok', of Barton next Bosworth, of lands and tenements in the vill of Barton with the meadow of Osbaston. Wednesday the feast of St. Luke the Evangelist, 48 Edward III.
Kent.B. 424. Grant by John Parson of Sandelyng in the parish of Boxle, co. Kent, to William Rondall, of Sandelyng, of land called "Southfield" at Wilstone in the parish of Boxle. 14 July, 3 Henry VIII. Seal.
[Leic.]B. 425. Grant by Roger Phekman and Robert Pekerton, of Boresworth, William Weston, Henry Attewelle, and Roger Attewelle to Richard Phat, of Boresworth, of a messuage and land in the vill of Boresworth. Saturday before the Purification, 40 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[ ]B. 426. Release by Richard de Dewalle, chaplain, Philip Holgote, Roger Comyn, William Padmore, and Nicholas de la Broke to John Prophete, dean of Hereford, Roger Hoore, and John Prat, canons of the same cathedral, John Chaloner, chaplain, and Thomas Walweyn, of Marcle, of their right in land in Overeboneshulle. Sunday the feast of St. Peter ad vincula, 19 Richard II. Seals.
[Leic.]B. 427. Grant by William Biling, of Boreworth, to John Wans and Alice, his wife, of lands in the vill and fields of Borsworth. Monday after the Ascension, 1 Richard II. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 428. Bond of John Loueth, of Laxton, to pay to John, prior of Fynneshed, sixty pounds, and pledging his lands in the vill and fields of Bolewik and Laxton. Morrow of the Annunciation, 40 Edward III. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 429. Notification by John Loueth, of Laxton, that he is bound to John, prior of Fynneshed, in the sum of sixty pounds, and pledging his lands in the territories of Bolewik, Blatherwik, and Laxton. The Annunciation, 40 Edward III. Seal.
[Kent.]B. 430. Grant by William atte Cruche, of the parish of Bordenne, to William son of William Kyn of Bordenne, of land, &c., in Bremthe in the parish of Bordenne. 24 Edward I. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 431. Licence granted by John Engayne, son of John Engayne, to Joan Engayne, his mother, to assign to the prior and convent of Fynnsheved land in Bolnwyck'. Witnesses:—Richard Basset lord of Welleden, and Lawrence de Preston, knights, and others (named).
Endorsed: Bolewyk.
[Wilts.]B. 432. Grant by Walter Croc to the church of St. Peter, Boxa, for prayers for himself and Christina his wife, of lands in the parish of Boxa. Witnesses:—Thomas Croc, Humphrey Croc, Richard Person, and others (named).
[Kent?]B. 433. Grant by Alan de la Dane to William the Leech (medico), of a messuage and house in Boctone next Keystrete. Witnesses:—John de Boctone, Ralph and Gilbert de Fraxino, John de Brendle, Alexander Hereberd, and others (named).
[ ]B. 434. Demise by Matilda de Len, prioress of St. Michael's, Stanford, with the consent of William de Stokes, the prior of that house, to Hugh, called the 'Wyther-stainer' (Wyther tingtor) of Stanford, of land bordering upon the fee of the abbot of Peterborough and the wood of Bornle, and abutting upon Bornle Sike, in exchange for land in Kylmersingge. Witnesses:—William Burnild, Richard de Stanford, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[York.]B. 435. Release by John Young, kinsman and heir of Thomas Wodcok of Boughes, viz. son of Margaret sister of said Thomas, to Ralph de Neville, Earl of Westmorland, John Coniers, Gilbert Elvet, John Allewent, rector of the church of Stayndrop, and Richard Pickering, rector of the church of Dacre, of his right in lands, tenements, rents, &c. in the vills or parishes of Boughes, Lytryngton, and Bernyngham, late the property of the aforesaid Thomas Wodcok, and which the said Ralph and others held of the grant of Hugh de Boughes, chaplain. 6 June, 8 Henry IV. Seal.
[York.]B. 436. Grant by John del B . . . and Katherine his wife, . . . . . . . . . . . of William de Wlsowe, of Bowes, to Thomas Wodcoke of lands, &c. at Bowes . ., Richard II. Injured.
[N'hamp.]B. 437. Grant by John son of Cecilia de Botindon, to the canons of Chaucumbe, of land in Botindon. Witnesses:—Robert Paynel, Hugh de Botindon, Nicholas de Appeltre, and others (named).
[Leic.]B. 438. Grant by Henry son of Elias de Wykingston, to the abbot and convent of Suleby, of lands, tenements, rents, &c., in the vill and fields of Borisworthe. Witnesses:—William de Lodbroke, lord of Borisworthe, Philip Brito, Elyas de Noble, and others (named).
[I. of Wight.]B. 439. Grant by Henry Dogelonder to the abbey of Quarr, of land in 'la Rydemede' next Botebrigge. Monday after St. Gregory the Pope, 1337. 12 Edward III. Seal.
[ ]B. 440. Demise by Walter Gerald, of Bensinton, to Richard Bestwald, of land in Bottewrlonge. Witnesses:—Robert Cotel, John de Warberge, Hugh Bestwald, and others (named).
[Leic.]B. 441. Release by Robert son of Adam son of Robert de Clipston, to the abbot and convent of Suleby, of his right in a rent issuing out of land in Boresworth. Witnesses:—Hugh de Swyneford, rector of the church of Suleby, and others (named). Tuesday the feast of St. Giles the Abbot, 21 Edward I. Seal broken.
[N'hamp.]B. 442. Release by Cecilia de superiori Botindon' (Boddington), widow, to John her son, of her right in land in the territory of Botindon. Witnesses:—Robert Pagenelle, Rembald son of William Joce, and others (named). Seal.
[Leic ?]B. 443. Grant by John de Belgrave, of Whatton, to Walter Payn, of Botellesford, of lands in the vill and territory of Botellesford (Bottesford), to hold for the term of the grantor's life, with power of re-entry for the latter, provided that he and Cecilia his wife bar their estate in land and a messuage situate in the same vill. Witnesses:—Adam de Staynegreve, parson of the church of Botellesford, and others (named). Saturday after St. Matthew the Apostle, 21 Edward III. Seal.
[Kent.]B. 444. Grant by Margery daughter of Laurence de Burleghe, to the abbot and convent of Boxlee, of land in a place called 'Burleghe,' in the parish of Boxlee. 10 Edward II.
[Kent.]B. 445. Release by John Swayn, of Boxele, to John Taylour and Margaret his wife, of the same place, of his right in lands in Maylefelde and Hobbesfelde in Boxele. Feast of St. Andrew the Apostle, 16 Richard II. Seal.
[Kent.]B. 446. Grant by Richard son of Reginald de Borleghe, to the abbot and convent of Boxlee, of land in a place called 'Maylefelde' in the parish of Boxlee. 10 Edward II.
[Kent.]B. 447. Grant by Adam son of William de Pecham, to Clement de Suthgate, of a messuage at Sandlinke in the parish of Boxle. 24 Edward I.
[Kent.]B. 448. Grant by Robert le Bocke, of Bredhurst, to Adam son of William de Pecham, of a messuage at Sandlinke, in the parish of Boxle. 22 Edward I.
[Kent.]B. 449. Grant by William Wenelyng, of Herburyhelonde, to Gilbert ate Vrithe, of land in a place called 'Pikcndenne' in the parish of Boxlee. 8 Edward II. Seal broken.
[Kent.]B. 450. Grant by Joan Burgeys, of Lydesyngg, widow, to Roger Mool, of Boxele, of land called 'Crouchecroft' in the vill of Boxle. Thursday, the feast of St. Valentine, 22 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Kent.]B. 451. Grant by Stephen Hoigge, of Sandlyng in the parish of Boxele, to Thomas Frier, of Maydeston, of a messuage and garden at Sandlyng in the parish of Boxele. 5 March, 6 Edward IV.
[Wilts.]B. 452. Grant by John de Hette, son of Robert and Helen de Hette, to the church and monks of Farleigh, of land in the parish of Box'. Witnesses:—Richard de Cheverel, Philip de Cumberwelle, Roger de Hette the grantor's brother, and others (named).
[Kent.]B. 453. Grant by William Patyn, of Boxele, to Clement de Suthgate, of a yearly rent issuing out of a house at Sandlink [in the parish of Boxley]. 23 Edward I.
Kent.B. 454. Demise by Robert Twymere and Thomas Cuppere, of the parish of Boxele, to Roger Inwyn, of the same place, of land at Copyntry in the parish of Boxley. Sunday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 7 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Kent.]B. 455. Indenture relative to a grant by Alan Lecton, of Maydston, as security for payment of a sum of money, to John Clerke, of Aylesford, of a tenement, garden, and land at Sandlyng, in the parish of Boxle. 4 December, 18 Edward IV.
[Kent.]B. 456. Grant by William de Costedele, of Boxele, to Roger de Costedele his father and Dyota, his mother, of land in Cumba in Boxele. 4 January, 17 Edward III.
[Kent.]B. 457. Grant by Margery Loth, daughter of Laurence de Burleghe, to the abbot and convent of Boxlee, of land in Burleghesfeld and Maylefeld in the parish of Boxlee. 8 Edward II.
Kent.B. 458. Grant by Simon Dyxson, of London, to Philip Fryer, of Boxley, of land with a building thereon at Sandelyng in the parish of Boxley. 28 December, 10 Henry VIII. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 459. Grant by Geoffrey le Symely, lord of Radeford, to Adam son of Gilbert the Fisher (piscator') of Assesho, of a moiety of his wood called 'Netherbirchis.' Witnesses:—Thomas, rector of the church of Assesho, Alexander de Crulefeld, Robert de Wytlak in Assesho, Henry Aylrich, Geoffrey Pygun of Mulvertone, and Geoffrey de Geydon the maker of the feoffment (factor feofementi).
Kent.B. 460. Release by Philip Friar, of the parish of Boxley, to William Porter', of the same place, of his right in lands, tenements, rents, &c., in Boxley. 21 January, 12 Henry VIII.
Endorsed: The hows at Sandlyng, Fryer and Payne.
[Kent.]B. 461. Grant by John Parson and Thomas a Goer, of the parish of Boxle, to John Steile, of the same place, of land called 'le Helde' in the parish of Boxlee. 17 September, 3 Henry VII. Seals.
Kent.B. 462. Grant by Agnes Porter, relict of William Porter of Boxley, and Sampson Porter, of London, to Thomas Ysode and Peter Goldsmyth of Boxley, of lands, tenements, rents and services, and of land with a building thereon, late the property of Philip Freer, in the parish of Boxley. 26 October, 14 Henry VIII. Seals.
[Linc.]B. 463. Decision of Hugh, bishop of Lincoln, upon the claim of the prior and convent of St. Fromunde (in Normandy) to the churches of Bondeby and Saxby, which they alleged had been held by John de Bondeby, deceased, as their farmer. The fifth of the nones of March in the twelfth year of the pontificate of Hugh, bishop of Lincoln. Copy on paper.
Durham. York.B. 464. Indenture between Ralph, Earl of Westmorland, &c., of the one part, and Marmaduke de Lomley, his nephew, clerk, of the other, relative to the peaceable possession by the latter and William Maihu, the feoffees in trust of the manors, lands, tenements, services, &c., of the late Richard Lescrope in Yorkshire, and in the bishopric of Durham, those of Estbolton, Askrig', and Westbolton excepted, during the minority of the heir of the said Richard Scrop. 8 Henry V. French. Seal.
[ ]B. 465. Demise by Elizabeth, prioress of Langley, and the convent of that place, to Geoffrey de Barton, chaplain, and Thomas de Barton and Matilda his wife, for the term of the life of the said Geoffrey, with remainder to the said Thomas and Matilda for their lives, of land and a messuage in Bolton, the messuage bordering on the lane towards Alewaston. Saturday, the feast of SS. Philip and James, 4 Edward II. Seals.
[Bedf.]B. 466. Release by John do Everthonia and Eleanor, his wife, to the monks of Essebi, of his right in a yearly rent issuing out of the vill of Bolenherst. Witnesses:—Robert de le Kroc of Bolnhurst, Henry de Hulmo, Roger de Bedefort, John de Ypere, and others (named).
[Bedf.]B. 467. Demise by Elias, prior of Esseby, to Robert de Broc, of Bolnhurst, of land in the field of Bolenhurst, for the term of the life of Eustachia his wife. The Purification, 11 Edward I.
[ ]B. 468. Sale by Geoffrey Pipard to Dame Mary de Torpel, of land in Blakemild. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Lehom, Pag' de Helpestang, Walter de Ufford, and others (named).
[ ]B. 469. Receipt by Thomas, prior of Farlegh, to Matilda, relict of William de Bore, for arrears of rent for lands and tenements in Bere. . . . . before St. Matthew the Apostle, 1248.
[N'hamp.]B. 470. Release by Richard le Archer, rector of the church of Ilmyndon in the diocese of Worcester, to the prior and convent of Assheby Canons, of his right in the manor of Blacolveslee, which he held for life from the said prior. Tuesday, the feast of St. Edmund the King, 18 Edward II. Seal.
[Wilts.]B. 471. Release by Isabella de Blakelonde, daughter of William de Blakelonde, to Walter de Blakelonde. son of John de Blakelonde, of her right in the land in Blakelonde which John de Blakelonde her grandfather had held. Witnesses:—John de Insula and William Russel, knights; Baldwin de Insula, and others (named). Seal.
[Bedf.]B. 472. Grant by John son of Hugh Perteseyl of Bolnehurst, to John de Grey, of land in the vill of Bolnehurst. Witnesses:—Hugh son of Simon de Bolnehurst, Robert dil Broc, Roger de Bedeford, and others (named).
Endorsed: Bollehurst. Seal.
[Camb.]B. 473. Receipt by Walter Hylle, warden of the college of St. Mary of Winchester, Oxford, to the prior and convent of Anglesey, in the diocese of Ely, for a rent issuing out of the church of Bodekysham (Botlisham) in the same diocese. 20 April, 8 Henry VII.
Cumb.B. 474. Letter of attorney by Richard, Earl of Salisbury, for John Norton, John Laton, and Oliver Hodelston to receive from Hugh Louther, esquire, seisin of the manors, &c., of Blenarhasset and Ukmanby. 3 February, 10 Henry VI. Seal.
Glouc.B. 475. Demise by John Haward, knight, lord of Haward, William Stanley, knight, John Wynkefeld, knight, William Berkeley, of Uley, esquire, Humphrey Cedrynton, and John Tuenew to Thomas Berkeley, esquire, John atte Wode, and Maurice Kyng of the castle, demesne, manor, &c. of Berkeley, and the manors of Ham, Appulregge, Alkynton, Hynton, Hurst, Slymbrigge, Cam, Wotton, Symondeshale and Cowley with their appurtenances and courts. 16 March, 12 Edward IV. Seals.
[Camb.]B. 476. Indenture between the prior and convent of Anglesey and the warden and fellows of the college of St. Mary of Winchester, Oxford, relative to the payment of a rent issuing out of Bodekysham (Bottisham) church next Anglesey in the diocese of Ely. 20 September, 4 Henry VII.
[N'hamp.]B. 477. Release by William son of William Ernes of Blatherwyke to Richard de Wythmerton, of his right in a messuage, garden, and lands in Blatherwyke and Laxtonc lately held by Margery, his mother, of the gift of Henry atte Welle, her brother, and of other lands there. Sunday before the Ascension, 17 Edward III. Seal.
[ ]B. 478. Grant by Matilda, prioress of Langley, to John son of John son of Thomas de Barton, of the remainder of those lands in Bolton, which were held by Matilda, late the wife of Thomas de Barton, and by her son John, son of the said Thomas, for the term of their lives from the House of Langley, as appeared by indentures between Elizabeth and Joan, late prioresses of that house, and the said Matilda and John son of Thomas. Monday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 29 Edward III. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 479. Release by Emma daughter of Agnes le Be of Blacolvel', to E., prior of Esseby, of her right in that messuage in Blakesley which her mother gave her. Witnesses:—Richard Golafre, William Waleys, and William de Radiston. Seal.
[Linc.]B. 480. Release by John, prior of St. Fremond in Normandy, to William, prior of Beauvale, and the convent of that place, of all rights in the priory of Bondeby, with its appurtenances, in the diocese of Lincoln. 2 May, 1404.
[Bedf.]B. 481. Grant by Simon, son of Henry de Bolnherst, to John de Toternho, . . . . . of the prior of Esseby, of his wood in 'le Fryt Field' of Bolnhurst, rendering for the same to the priory of Esseby a rose at the Nativity of John the Baptist. Witnesses:—Robert de Broc in Bolynhurst, Robert Gleyne of Podington, and others (named).
[Camb.]B. 482. Receipt by William Porter, the warden, and the fellows of the College of St. Mary of Winchester, Oxford, for a payment to them by the prior and convent of Anglesey, in the diocese of Ely, of a rent issuing out of Bodekesham church. 12 September, 10 Henry VII.
[Camb.]B. 483. Receipt by Walter Hylle, the warden, and the fellows of the College of St. Mary of Winchester, Oxford, for the payment to them by the prior and convent of Anglesey, in the county of Cambridge, of a rent issuing out of the church of Bodekysham. 1 May, 7 Henry VII.
[Heref.]B. 484. Covenant between E. the Dean, and the Chapter of Hereford, of the one part, and the abbot and convent of Dore, of the other, relative to a writ of Novel disseisin in respect of a tenement in Blakemere. A P. 1249.
[N'hamp.]B. 485. Grant by John Stanford and Eleanor his wife to Thomas Baxster, of Bolewyk, of lands, tenements, &c., in the vills and fields of Blatherwyk, Bolewyk, and Laxton, formerly the property of William Walyngham, father of the said Eleanor. Witnesses:—William Merser, parson of the Trinity of Blatherwyk, Richard, parson of the church of St. Mary Magdalene, and others (named). Sunday before St. Peter in Cathedra, 14 Henry VI. Seals.
Wilts.B. 486. Release by Isabella de Blakelonde, daughter of William de Blakelonde, to Walter de la Blakelonde, son of John de Blakelonde, of her right in those lands in Blakelonde, with land called 'la Menelonde,' late the property of John de la Blakelonde, her grandfather. Translation of St. Edward after Michaelmas, A.D. 1301. Fragment of seal.
Bedf.B. 487. Release by Helen, late the wife of Thomas Avenel of Rouhale, to the prior and convent of Assheby Canons, of her right in the lands in Bollenhurst which she held from the said prior for the term of her life. Monday after St. George, 31 Edward III. Seal.
[Suff.]B. 488. Release by William But, of Walbereswik, to Ralph de Nevill, of Raby, of his right in the lands, tenements, &c., in Bliburgh, which had fallen into the hands of the said Ralph de Nevill by the death of William Walrain, the grantor's kinsman, by reason of the minority of John, son and heir of tho said William Walrain. Sunday after St. Hilary, 28 Edward III. Seal.
Camb.B. 489. Receipt by William Porter, the warden, and the fellows of the college of St. Mary of Winchester, Oxford, to the prior and convent of Anglesey, in the diocese of Ely, for a yearly rent issuing out of the church of Bodegesham (Bottisham). 13 September, 12 Henry VII.
Camb.B. 490. Receipt by Walter Hille, the warden, and the fellows of the college of St. Mary of Winchester, Oxford, to the prior and convent of Anglesey, for a rent issuing out of the church of Bodekesham, in the diocese of Ely. 12 September, 7 Henry VII.
[Heref.]B. 491. Demise by Peter de Eton to Hugh de Laboure, of Acorneburi, of land in Netherebolinghope. 26 Edward I.
Wilts.B. 492. Demise by Thomas Whitman and Joan, his wife, to John Babbelake and Alice, his wife, of a messuage and land in Grundewelle, and pasturage in Bluntesdon St. Andrew (Blunsden St. Andrews). Michaelmas Day, 21 Richard II. Fragment of seals.
[ ]B. 493. Grant by John de Blakewell and Cecilia, his wife, to Ralph Earl of Westmorland and Marshal of England, and John Allewent and Richard de Pykeryng, clerks, of lands, tenements, &c. in the vill and territory of Blakwell. 6 February, 5 Henry IV. Seals.
Surrey.B. 494. Letter of attorney by William Donyngton, for John Colfy, of Syon co. Middlesex, to receive seissin of the lands held of John Graunt, of Syon aforesaid, in the vill and parish of Bletchynglegh. 7 December, 20 Edward IV.
[Wilts.]B. 495. Release by Isabella de Blakelonde, daughter of William de Blakelonde, to the abbot of Quarr, of her right in land in Blakelonde, with land called 'la Menelonde,' late the property of John de Blakelonde her grandfather. The Translation of St. Edward after Michaelmas, 1302. Seal.
[Kent.]B. 496. Grant by William Richardes to Edward Child, chaplain, and John Gomond, of a tenement in Blakemonaston. Wednesday, the vigil of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 7 Henry IV. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 497. Grant by Geoffrey le Symely, lord of Radeford, to John son of Gilbert the Fisher (piscator') of Assesho, and to Alice bis wife, of a moiety of his wood called 'le Nethurbirches'. Witnesses:—Thomas, rector of the church of Assesho, Robert Wytlac, Henry Aylrich, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 498. Assignment by John, prior of Luffield, and the convent of that place, to Richard Blundel, knight, the guardian of Giles, son and heir of William de St. John, of that rent, which the prior and convent of Canons Ashby had been accustomed to pay to the priors of Luffield for the lands and tenements which they held from that house in Blacolvesle and which rent the prior of Luffield had granted to William de St. John. Sunday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 15 Edward III.
[Warw.]B. 499. Release by William atte Lowe, of Prioursmore, and Agnes his wife, to John Mason, of Bidford, of their right in a cottage and curtilage in Bidford. The feast of St. Scholastica, 45 Edward III.
[Sussex.]B. 500. Letter of attorney by Edward Berkeley, esquire, Henry Kyghley, esquire, and Nicholas Calff', clerk, for Thomas Esshyng and John Tannere, of Arundel, to deliver to Laurence West full seisin of a croft called 'Gergelond' in Bensted. Arundel, 20 October, 4 Edward IV. Seal.