Deeds
B.601 - B.700

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1890

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271-280

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'Deeds: B.601 - B.700', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 271-280. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64217 Date accessed: 01 September 2014.


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B.601 - B.700

[Hants.]B. 601. Release by John Gobet, of Brommore, to the prior and convent of Brommore, of his right in the lands and tenements in Brommore, which Thomas de la Pelote, his late brother, had granted to them. Thursday before St. Gregory the Pope, 10 Edward II.
[Hants.]B. 602. Grant by James, prior of Brommore, to Adam the Dyer (Tynctori) of Fordyngebrugge, of seven loaves on every Sunday for the term of his life. 27 April, 1336. Seal.
[Hants.]B. 603. Release by John Tracy the younger, son of William Tracy, knight, lord of Burgate, to the prior of Brommore, of his rights in the lands at Istmede in the manor of Nitthereburgate, which his progenitors had granted in frank almoin to the House of Brommore: also grant by the said John Tracy to the abbot of free ingress and egress to the said land. Friday, the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, 14 Edward III.
[Hants.]B. 604. Grant by Richard Bakewastel, of 'la Hale,' to Edmund Upe Hulie, of Brommore, of land called 'la Gore' in 'la Hale' (in Brommore) upon the bank of the Avon. Saturday, the feast of St. Agatha the Virgin, 19 Edward III. Seal.
[Hants.]B. 605. Release by Adam, sou and heir of William Brudemore of Rokeborne, to Edmund Upehulle, of Brommore, and Agnes his wife, of his right in the land in the field of Brommore, which they had of the demise of his said father. Saturday, the morrow of the Conversion of St. Paul, 15 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Hants.]B. 606. Release by Richard Bakewastel, of 'la Hale,' and John, his son and heir, to John Cosyn, of Wollop, chaplain, and John Hobbecokes, of Wherewelle, of their right in land called 'la Gore 'lying in 'la Hale' (in Brommore), which the said John Cosyn and John Hubbecokes had of the demise of Edmund Upehulle of Brommore. Tuesday after St. Cuthbert the Bishop, 19 Edward III. Seals.
[Hants.]B. 607. Demise by Richard Alpher to Roger de Hegham and Joan his wife, of a messuage situate in the vill of Brommore, in the dower land of Matilda his mother. Friday, the feast of the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 20 Edward III. Seal.
[Hants.]B. 608. Release by Richard Alpher, of Brommere, to the Prior. &c. of Brommore, of his right in lands lying towards 'la Mulleweye' and in 'la Brummel's acre' and other lands in Brommore. Monday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 20 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Hants.]B. 609. Grant by Richard Alpher, son of Robert Alpher of Brommore, to John Cosyn and John Glenberd, chaplains, of a messuage and land called 'Alpherscroft' in Brommore, and of yearly rents issuing out of messuages in Brommore. Tuesday, the feast of St. James the Apostle, 20 Edward III. Seal.
[Hants.]B. 610. Grant in frank almoin by Hugh son of Robert son of Ligerius, to the canons of Brommore, of land in Brommore abutting upon the way leading to Sherdiford and the way to the church of Brommore. Witnesses:—William, earl of Devon, Mabel the countess, Robert de Brommore, William the chaplain of Brommore, Omerus his son, Geoffrey de Kernot, and others (named). [Richard I. or John.]
[Hants.]B. 611. Demise by John de Brommore to John, prior of Brommore, of lands, tenements, and rents in Brommore. Wednesday, Christmas Eve, 26 Edward III.
[Hants]B. 612. Receipt by John Capon, of Wynbornemenstr,' and Henry de Cougrove, to the prior and convent of Brommore. Tuesday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 28 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Hants.]B. 613. Grant by John le Frye, brother and heir of Richard le Frye of Brommore; to Thomas le Frye and Maurice, his brother, of land in the field called 'la Wydecrofte' in Brommore. Monday after Michaelmas Day, Edward III. Seal.
Hants.B. 614. Demise by Robert Stokys, prior of Brommore, to Gawyn Homylle, Katherine his wife, and Isabella, daughter of George Homylle, of a tenement and closes called 'Chapelhaye,' 'Wherelandys,' and 'Crockers', with pasturage in the pasture called 'Oure Lady Mersshe,' all being in Brommore. The Annunciation, 6 Henry VII.
[Hauts.]B. 615. Grant by Mathill' Fria, to Henry her son, of a curtilage and messuage in Brummore and land in Hoa. Witnesses:—W. prior of Brummore, Jordau de Kendal, Nicholas de Brummore, and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 616. Release by Henry Polain, of Christ Church, with the consent of Hysoda his wife and Andrew his son, to William- le Frye, chaplain, of his right in a curtilage, messuage, and land in Brummore. Witnesses:— Henry de Hache, Hugh de la Pelote, Ralph Sarasin, and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 617. Grant by Thomas Polet, of Brommore, to the canons of Brommore, of lands in the field of Brommore bordering on the road from Brommore to Forde, in Cherlewode, Houtwyke, and elsewhere in the parish of Brommore. Witnesses:—Thomas Baudewyn, John de Brommore, William Tesson, and others (named). Seal.
[Hants.]B. 618. Grant by John Gobet, of Brommore, to the priory of Brommore of land in the field of Brommore. Witnesses:—Thomas Baudewin, William Tesson, William le Frye, and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 619. Grant in frank almoin by Nicholas, son of Robert de Brumora, to the canons of Brumora of a messuage, curtilage, and garden, in the vill of Brumore, formerly held by Robert his father from Hugh Ligier. Witnesses:—Richard de Cardoville', Philip de Lingeur', Hugh de Godeshull', and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 620. Grant by Robert Aylfer, of Brommore, to Richard Osbert, of the same place, of a messuage and curtilage upon 'la Mersche' in the vill of Brommore. Witnesses:—Thomas Baudewin, Peter Ingeram, William lc Frye, and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 621. Grant in frank almoin by Droco de Muleton to the canons of Brommore, of land upon 'la Groundels' in the field of Brommore. Witnesses:—Richard de Rostruk', bailiff of Brommore, Thomas Baudewyn, Hugh de la Pelote, Ralph Zarazin, William le Frye, and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 622. Grant by John Gobet, of Brommore, to Thomas, called 'Polet,' his brother, of lands in Cherlewode, Outwyke, and Southmede, in the parish of Brommore. Witnesses:—Thomas Baudewyne, John de Brommore, William Tesson, Peter Ingram, William le Frye, and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 623. Grant in frank almoin by John Fraunceis, son of William Fraunceis of 'la Hale,' to the canons of Brommore, of land [in Brommore]. Witnesses:—John de Kernet', Hamo de Berchamton, and Hugh de Burgate, knights, John de Brommore, and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 624. Grant in frank almoin by Droco, son of Robert le Botiller, to the canons of Brommore, of a messuage, curtilage, and land at 'la Hale' in the vill of Brommore, and other lands in the same place. Witnesses:— John de Wotton and Robert de Punchardon, knights, Richard Blaunchard, and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 625. Grant in frank almoin by John Gobet, of Brommore, to the canons of Brommore, of land in Cherlewode in the parish of Brommore. Witnesses:—John de Brommore, John Baudewyne, William Tesson, William le Frie, and others (named). Seal.
[Hants.]B. 626. Grant by John Gobet, of Brommore, to Thomas Poleth, his brother, of land in the parish of Brommore. Witnesses:—Thomas Baldewyne, John de Brommore, William Tesson, William le Frie, and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 627. Release by Alice, late the wife of John Christofre of Brommore, to the canons of Brommore, of her right in the tenement and curtilage, which her said husband had granted to them, to hold in frank almoin', in Brommore. Witnesses:—Thomas Baudewine, John de Brommore, William Tessun, William le Frie, and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 628. Grant by John Fennue, of Brommore, to Richard son of Ralph Osebern of la Muletone, of land in Brommore. Witnesses:— Nicholas de Marays, Peter Ingram, William le Frye, and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 629. Grant in frank almoin by Nicholas Clarebold to the canons of Brommore, of land in Shortelond in the vill of Brommore. Witnesses:— John de Wuttone and Ralph de Punchardun, knights; Geoffrey de Kernet, John de Budestorne, John de Wudesaude, John Baudewine, Roger Huskarle, Thomas Baudewin, Robert Erins, Hugh de la Pelote, Ralph le Sarasin, and William le Frie. 15 August, 3 Edward I.
[Hants.]B. 630. Grant in frank almoin by Thomas Polet, of Brommore, to the canons of Brommore, of lands called 'Langehalve' and in the Estmede in the fields of Brommore. Witnesses:—Thomas Baudewyne, Robert le Tournour, Peter Ingram, William Tesson, and others (named). Seal.
[York.]B. 631. Demise by Gilbert de Biddesale to William Chauncy of his pasture of Me Brounemore' for 200 sheep. Skirpynbek, Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 3 Edward III.
[Warw.]B. 632. Grant by John, abbot of Bordesley, to John Baudry, of Nortun',of a tenement at Hundesfeld within the manor of Brumesgrave and in the vill of Nortun. Witnesses.—William de Raggeleye, Roger de Hundesfeld, Robert Drake, and others (named).
[Warw.]B. 633. Letter of attorney by Thomas Mason, of Rowynton, for John Roger, of Kyngton, to deliver to John Trumon and Roger Smyth, of Bydford, seisin of land in Avenham in the fields of Brome. 39 Henry VI. Seal.
[Heref.]B. 634. Release by Hugh son of Peter de Bunneshulle to Dame Katherine de Lascy, of a house and croft in the vill of Bunneshulle (Bunsell). Witnesses:—Robert de Lascy, Hugh de Labrocke, Robert then bailiff, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
Kent.B. 635. Grant by Thomas Ysode, of Boxley, and Peter Goldsmyth, of the same place, to John Myllys, Robert Draper, Richard Legh, John Bedyll, and Servase Franke of the land with a building thereon in the parish of Boxley, which they held of the grant of Agnes Porter, late the wife of William Porter of that place, and of Sampson Porter of London. 1 October, 15 Henry VIII.
Kent.B. 636. Release by Thomas Ysode and Peter Goldsmyth, both of Boxley, to John Myllys, Robert Draper, Richard Legh, John Bedyll and Servase Franke, of their right in a piece of land with a building thereon in the parish of Boxley. 4 October, 15 Henry VIII.
Kent.B. 637. Grant by Thomas Thomas, of Boxley, and Joan, his wife, to John de Fremyngham and William Makenade, of ten days' work of woodland lying in Teghilwode in Boxley. 20 May, 15 Richard II. Seal.
Kent.B. 638. Release by Philip Fryer, of Boxley, and Katherine his wife, one of the daughters and coheiresses of Stephen at Hooke of Sandlyng, co. Kent, to Henry Wyat, George Cobham, Thomas Wyat, John Fyssher, Richard Frenche, Robert Thorne, Robert Draper, and Servase Franke, of their right in a tenement, garden, and building in Sandlyng, and in lands in the parish of Boxley. Witnesses:—John abbot of Boxley, Robert Hedcorne, rector of Alyngton, and others (named). 29 September, 20 Henry VIII.
[N'hamp.]B. 639. Grant by Aylric de Bradecroft to Henry son of Hugh de Eston, and to Alice, his wife, of a house and curtilage in the vill of Bradecroft. Witnesses:—Nicholas de Porte, Michael de Caldecote, Hugh de Oseltone, and others (named). Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 640. Grant by Agnes daughter of Henry Trille of Bradecroft near Stamford, spinster, to Hugh de Upton, chaplain, of a messuage in Bradecroft. Friday after St. Barnabas the Apostle, 7 Edward HI. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 641. Grant by Hugh Aylrych', of Bradecroft, to John Maturneys and Cecilia, his wife, of a croft in Bradecroft. Monday on the morrow of St. Leonard, 9 Edward III.
[Kent.]B. 642. Sale by Godwyn Waidegrum to the abbot and convent of Boxley, of land in the parish of Boxley. Witnesses:—Gilbert le Bon, Geoffrey de Cumba, William de Etona, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 643. Grant in frank almoin by Alfricus the Baker (pistor) of Bradecroft, to the church of St. Michael, Stanford, and the nuns of that house, of a yearly rent issuing out of a messuage in the vill of Bradecroft. Witnesses:—William de Notingeham, Andrew Arketel, Roger de Burlee and others (named). Seal.
[Kent.]B. 644. Grant by Thomas Mareys and Margery his wife to the abbot and convent of Boxley, of a messuage with a house and trees, &c. in the parish of Boxley. Witnesses:—Richard le Birch, Geoffrey de Cumba, John de Evenhelle, and others (named). Seal.
[Kent.]B. 645. Grant by William son of Peter de Burl to the abbot and convent of Boxley, of land in the parish of Boxley. Witnesses:—Alexander de Burl', Geoffrey de Cumba, Hugh de Bosco and others (named).
[Kent.]B. 646. Grant by Alexander son of William son of Robert de Kumba, and also son of Wennithe daughter of Cole, to the monks of Boxley, of the land and tenement, the property of his late mother, viz. a mill and ten acres of Wareland, &c., in the vill of Boxley. Witnesses:—Alexander son of Robert de Kumba, Vitalis and Ernaldus de Horepol', Angerus de Boxlea, Hugh Aldcorn, and others (named).
[ ]B. 647. Surrender by John Eudon, of Grevebure, to John son of John Belson of Grebure, of lands in Bradewell. Monday, the feast of the SS. Peter and Paul, 17 Richard II. Seal.
[ ]B. 648. Grant by Thomas son of Adam son of William de Bozeltona, to Thomas de Caupmanewra, of land upon Peselandes next 'le Wythinegrene' and Rigsumerild in the territory of Bozelton. Witnesses:—Adam de Kellet, Adam de Hest, Adam de Midelton, and others (named). Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 649. Declaration by John Tyard, of Brackelee, that the rent of his tenement is due to the nuns of Catesby, having been granted to them by Richard son of Mace de Brackelee, along with other rents issuing out of houses in the vill of Brackelee held by Thomas Gyle and Alice, relict of Richard de Fornace. Sunday before St. Margaret the Virgin, 7 Henry IV.
[Berks.]B. 650. Sale by Robert Haltegode to the abbot and convent of Boxele of lands and days' work in Barecnolle (Brackenell), viz., in Sandstrete, Cattheslonde next Pechestrete, and Siggeslond, in the fields called 'Gotelade' and 'Colessunes land,' in Litelbromhulle, Bromhullesdene, Brembeltheye and Smithevelde. Witnesses:—John de Hamme, Richard Birch, Robert Watheman, and others (named). Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 651. Release by Ralph son of Henry Streche of Benetleye, to the house of Bordesley, to hold in frank almoin, of his right in land in Braderuge, whereof he had impleaded them in the court of Feckham. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Hanbury, Robert de Moretone, Robert Rose of Feckham, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 652. Grant in frank almoin by Roger de Thorpel to the church and nuns of St. Michael, Stanforde, of a yearly rent issuing out of land in Bradicroft. Witnesses:—Gervase de Berneke, Geoffrey de Norbure Simon Borehard, and others (named).
[ ]B. 653. Grant by John de Holte to William Pylk', of Bradeford, and Beatrix his wife, of lands called 'Colecroft,' 'Inhok' and other lands in the field of Kyngesfeld and elsewhere in Bradeford. Tuesday after St. Denys, 5 Edward III.
[Somers.]B. 654. Grant by Joan, late the wife of Walter Glede, to John Bysshop, of lands, tenements, rents, &c., in Forde and Hetherden in the parish of Bradeford next Taunton. Tuesday after St. George the Martyr, 34 Henry VI. Seal, broken.
[ ]B. 655. Release by Walter Geffrai, of Bradewell, to Richard Patty, of Bengeworthe, chaplain, and William Ferthyng, of Donynton, of his right in lands, tenements, &c., in Bradewell and Donynton. Wednesday before St. Lawrence, 32 Edward III.
[ ]B. 656. Grant by John son of William le Baud', knight, to Alice, late the wife of Thomas le Ferour of Pokerich', and to Gilbert de Boxherst and Roesia, his wife, of a messuage in the vill of Branhingg' in the hamlet of Pokerich. Sunday after St. Thomas the Martyr, 15 Edward III. Seals.
[Heref.]B. 657. Grant by Margery le Crone, widow, daughter of Hugh de la Hulle in the parish of Bredeward, to her son Hugh, of land [in Bredwardine]. Benefeld, the feast of SS. Philip and James, 55 Henry III. Seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 658. Grant by . . . son of Laurence to Richard son of Guarin of land in the vill of Bredding. Witnesses:—John de Marisco, parson of Brardding, Thomas de Aula, and others (named).
[ ]B. 659. Grant by Adam Prodhom, of Kyngeston, to John Cosyn and Matilda his wife, of the same place, of land in Brocforlang. Witnesses:— John Scot, Peter Pirye, and others (named). Friday, the feast of St. Dunstan, 3 Edward III.
[ ]B. 660. Grant by Richard le Fissher of Kyngeston, to John Cosyn, of the same place, of land in the marsh of Brocforlang. Monday after St. Ambrose, 6 Edward III. Seal.
[Derby.]B. 661. Release by John Gotken, of Wyndeley, to the house of the Holy Trinity, Braydsalepark, of his right in land formerly in the possession of Peter de Wyndeley. Braydsalepark. the vigil of St. Peter the Apostle, 8 Henry VI. Seal.
[Heref.]B. 662. Indenture between Richard, abbot of Dore, and William de Staundon and Isabella his wife, viz., the said William should enfeoff Walter de Chaundos and Simon de Fren of a meadow called 'Hompesmedu' and 'Cheswyk in the parish of Bradwardyn (Bredwardine), by whom Richard, perpetual vicar of Waketon, and Henry de Ponte, were to be enfeoffed of the same; and the later Avere to enfeoff the said abbot of that meadow subject to a yearly payment to the said William and Isabella for the term of their lives. Friday, the feast of St. Valentine, 6 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[ ]B. 663. Release by Yseuda, relict of Robert de Moleudino, to Bartholomew do Mer', of her right in a meadow called 'le Brodemed.' Witnesses: —John de Asfolde, John de Nipred, and others (named).
[Beds.]B. 664. Grant by William de Alsey, of Sharnebrok', to John de Laugeton, clerk, of land in 'le Brok'feld'. 'Sharnebrok', Sunday, the feast of St. Alban the Martyr, 13 Edward II. Seal.
[Somers.]B. 665. Grant by Richard Chedder, son of Robert Chedder, to Richard Pypet, chaplain, of (a rent issuing) out of lands and tenements in Brooklegh' and Welles for the celebration of divine service in the church of Chedder. 12 Henry VI. Much damaged.
Worc.B. 666. Grant by Richard Baldewyn, of Bradwey co. Worcester, to Richard Porter, of Chepyng Campden, of burgages called 'Baldwyns,' next Staunton's Lane in the town of Bradwye. Witnesses:—Thomas Smyth and John Adams, the then bailiffs, called Portbaylyes, and others (named). 26 May, 16 Henry VII. Seal.
[ ]B. 667. Release referring to Richard Angetyl, son and heir of Thomas Angetyl, William de Clynton, Earl of Huntingdon, and John do Clynton, kinsman of the said earl, with reference to 'le Brodefeld,' . . . . . John de Clynton is spoken of as the reversioner after the Earl . . . . . [Edward III., but subsequent to 1337.] Much damaged.
[I. of Wight.]B. 668. Demise by Robert, abbot of Quarr', and the convent of that place, to Simon Bernard, Joan his wife and John, his son, of the Grange of Shute in the parish of Bryghteston (Brixton), wrecks excepted. 30 September, 7 Henry VI. Seals.
[I. of Wight.]B. 669. Demise by Thomas London, abbot of Quarr', to Richard Jakeman, Elizabeth his wife, and John their son, of the Grange of Shewte alias Chewte in the parish of Bryxton, with reservations relative to wrecks. 5 June, 17 Henry VII.
[Berks.]B. 670. Release by Thomas son of Joceus de Whatlyngton to the abbot Battle Abbey, of his right in the lands, woods, &c., in the vill of Bristwalton (Bright Walton) held by William son of Richard de Westwod. Battle, the seventh of the Kalends of March, 22 Edward I. Seal.
[Berks.]B. 671. Grant by Richard Merewold to Laurence Maysselyn and Isabella, the grantor's daughter, upon her marriage, of burgages in the vill of Brugwaltim (Bright Walton). Witnesses:—Hugh Godwyne, Richard Wylde, John Evesone, and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 672. Grant in frank almoin by Reginald le Vanur' to the monks of Quarr' Abbey, of land in the manor of Bridlesford to make a ditch between their land at Stakelhurst and his own lands. Witnesses:—Adam de Repling, bailiff of the Island, William de La Mare, William Urory, and others (named). Seal.
[Heref.]B. 673. Grant in frank almoin by Roger de Evereus, son of Roger de Evereus and of Burneta, to the abbey of Dore, of his body for burial, and with his body his land in wood and plain in Huggesleg lying between the common of the vill of Bredeword and Brocholles. Witnesses:—William de Solers, Andrew de Baskeville, Hugh de Radnore, and others (named).
Endorsed: Bredeward'. Seal.
[Heref.]B. 674. Release by Philip son of John son of Hugh de la Hulle, to Margery le Crone, of his right in land in Brodewarde. Witnesses:—Walter, vicar of Bredewardine, and others. Benefeld, the feast of the Annunciation, 55 Henry III. Seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 675. Demise by Thomas, prior of Brommore, and the convent of that place, proprietors of the church of Brerdyng in the Isle of Wight, to Walter le Burgeys, of the parish of Godeshull in the said Island, of the rectory of Brerdyng (Brading) with all tithes, &c. Wednesday, the feast of St. Thomas the Martyr, 1356.
[I. of Wight.]B. 676. Demise by John de Sussebury, prior of Brommore, and the convent of that place, rectors of the church of Brerdyng in the Isle of Wight, to John Dattombe and Margaret his wife, and John, their son, of the lands, &c., in Brerdyng lately held by Thomas le Cok' and Matilda his wife. Sunday, the feast of St. George the Martyr. 42 Edward III.
[I. of Wight.]B. 677. Release by Peter de Chirlu, prior of St. Helens in the Isle of Wight, to the prior and convent of Brommore, of his right in the patronage of the church of Brerdyng. Tuesday after St. Martin, 21 Edward III.
[I. of Wight.]B. 678. Demise by Roger, abbot of Quarr, and the convent of that place, to Simon Bernard, John his son and Joan, wife of the said John, of the Grange of Shute in the parish of Brixton, wrecks excepted. 21 November, 17 Henry VI. Seals.
Somers.B. 679. Grant by Walter Brook, son and heir of John Brook and of Alice his wife, to his brother, William Brook, of his reversionary interest after his father's death in lands, tenements, rents, services, &c. in Bristol, Wells, Stauntoneswike, Stauntondrew, and the hundred of Wynterstoke. Thursday after St. Thomas the Martyr, 19 Richard II. Seal.
Somers.B. 680. Demise by Giles Rugge, clerk, at the special request of John Sydenham, the elder, and Joan his wife, in fulfilment of the condition of a feoffment made to him by the said John Sydenham, of a close called 'Brodeclose,' &c., parcel of the manor of Brympton, and of the advowson of the parish church of that place. 10 July, 29 Henry VIII. Seal.
[York.]B. 681. Indenture terminating a suit between the abbot and convent of St. Mary, York, and Dame Maria de Neville, of Middelham, relative to the bounds of the marshes of Briniston and Snape. Witnesses:—Robert de Plumton and John de Barton, knights, Robert de Wyclif, and others (named).
[Somers.]B. 682. Bond relative to a rent granted by William Northern, of Bristol, to John Hakeston, of the same place, issuing out of a tenement in St. Nicholas Street, and to another tenement in St. Thomas Street, Bristol. Monday before St. Margaret the Virgin. 35 Edward III.
[Warw.]B. 683. Letter of attorney by John Rous, clerk, for Thomas Fissher, of Warwick, to enter upon and receive the rents of the lands, tenements, &c., in Brynkelowe, and in the fields of that place, late held by him and by Thomas Rous and John his son, both deceased, by a release executed by Thomas Ody, late of Brynkelowe, and Agnes his wife and Richard their son; also to enter upon and receive the rents of the lands, tenements, &c. late of John Deyster, son and heir of Thomas Deyster and Joan his wife, the daughter and heiress of Thomas Bailly, of Brynkelowe, which he held in a similar manner. Morrow of the Purification, 20 Edward IV. Seal.
[Somers.]B. 684. Demise by Christina, late wife of John le Bonde, to Robert Muluward, of three shops in 'le Market' and land in Bristol. 6 January, 9 Edward III. Seal.
[Berks.]B. 685. Grant by William Dodyng to Richard Maydus, of a burgage with curtilage in Brugwaltim (Bright Walton). Witnesses: — Hugh Godwyne, Richard Wylde, Jordan le Parmounter', and others (named).
[Hants.]B. 686. Release by Henry Herevy to Adam, abbot of Quarr, of his right in a tenement called 'Hervies Lond' lying between Bridlesford and Woditone, of which he had received seisin for the term of his life from Augustine late abbot of Quarr. Quarr, Thursday after the Epiphany, 1284.
Endorsed: Neweham. Woditon. Cumbly. Fragment of seal.
[Berks.]B. 687. Grant by Ralph de Fraxino, of Brihtwaltone, to Walter Godeshalf, of a rent payable by the latter for a messuage, curtilage, and land within the manor of Brihtwaltone. Witnesses:—John Renaud of Uldesle, Peter de Werdeham, and others (named).
[Berks.]B. 688. Grant by William son of Richard de Westwode, to Thomas son of Joceus de Whatlyngton, of his 2'ight in the lands, woods, pastures, &c., held from the abbot of Battle, in the vill of Bryhtwaltone. Witnesses: —Richard de Elveton, Nicholas de Burton, Robert Archur, rector of the church of Bryhtwaltone, and others (named). Seal.
[Hants.]B. 689. Grant by Peter le Hore to the abbey of Quarr, of lands called 'Piereshelle' next Blakelande, and 'Longe Acre,' with free transit through his land and permission to make a bridge across the water of Blakebrigge. Witnesses:—Walter de Insula, Thomas de Aula, Roger de Moreville, and others (named).
Endorsed: Bridlesford. Cumbly. Seal.
[Heref.]B. 690. Grant by Christina Soper, widow, to Walter Soper and Walter Lywer, of messuages and lands in Beare, with pasturage in Cobhamyswike, within the parish of Bridestawe [Bridstow]. Monday after All Saints Day, 9 Henry VI.
[Linc]B. 691. Release by Roger son of Avicia le Cu, to Thomas de Brunham, of his right in land called 'Sewalcroft' in Overbrunham, and in a rent issuing out of land there. Witnesses:—Richard de Insula, William de Brunham, Geoffrey de Ros, and others (named). Seal.
[York.]B. 692. Release by Thomas Scote, of Carleton in Coverdale, to Ralph de Nevill', lord of Myddelham, of his right in land at Slaypewatlandes in the territory of Carleton in Coverdale. Witnesses:—Geoffrey le Scrope and Ranulph Pygot, knights, John de Constableburton, and others (named). Seal.
[Rutl.]B. 693. Grant by Rees Mauvesyn, Roger Setryngton, clerk, and John Bromleye, to Stephen Makeseye, of Stamford, and Nicholas de Brenham, clerk, of lands, tenements, rents, services, &c., in the vill and field of Brigcasterton. Witnesses:—Hugh Spenser, John Danneys, and Thomas de Burton, knights, William de Salop, parson of the church of Brigcasterton, and Henry Tokeby. Wednesday, the Vigil of Corpus Christi, 17 Richard II. Seals.
[N'hamp.]B. 694. Grant by Ralph, abbot of St. James without Norhampton, and the convent of that place, to the nuns of Catesby, of lands in the fields of Catesby. Witnesses:—Nicholas le Porter of Catesby, Adam de Bradewelle, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 695. Grant in frank almoin by Nicholas son of Hugh le Porter of Katesby, to the nuns of Katesby, of lands upon Waltfurlong in the field of Katesby. Witnesses:—John Abbe of Staverton, Adam de Braduwell, William Euermund, Adam de Braduwelle, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 696. Grant in frank almoin by Simon de Catesby, son of Richard de Haddon, to the nuns of Catesby, of land within and without the vill of Catesby, which he had of the gift of William de Esseby, and other land in the said vill. Witnesses:—Philip de Essebi, Roger de Wlton, William Hodenet, knights, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 697. Grant in frank almoin by Thomas son and heir of John de Maydeford, to the nuns of Catesby, of lands in the fields of Catesby upon 'le Dicheforlong' and at Attohulleshende. Witnesses:—Thomas de Boltesham, William Ewermund of Staverton, Nicholas Porter of Catesby, and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 698. Grant by Matilda, widow of Robert de Flore, to the nuns of Katesby, of a messuage in the vill of Katesby, formerly the property of Roger the Clerk (clerici) her father. Witnesses:—Nicholas Porter of Katesby, Elyas Braduwell, John de Maydeford, and others (named). Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 699. Grant by William son of Robert to Philip, his brother, of lands of his demesne in Catesbi, and of a messuage within that vill. Witnesses:—Ralph de Gernemue, Robert Dayvile, Randolph de Essebi, Nicholas de Charewelton, and others (named).
Endorsed: Carta d'ni Philippi de Burton.
[N'hamp.]B. 700. Grant in frank almoin by Henry de Wilmelenton to the canons of Esseby, of a house in Bifeld'. Witnesses:—Robert Painel, Hugh de Bifeld, Philip Adtheland, Geoffrey de Traford, and others (named). Fragment of seal.