Deeds
B.801 - B.900

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1890

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290-300

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'Deeds: B.801 - B.900', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 290-300. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64219 Date accessed: 24 September 2014.


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B.801 - B.900

[Warw.]B. 801. Release by John de Nafford, lord of Bereford, to William de Wellesborne, parson of the church of Bertlynge, of his right in the messuage and lands which the said William held in the vill and field of Bereford. Friday after Michaelmas Day, 14 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 802. Release by John de Nafford, lord of Bereford near Warwick, to Henry, the minister, and the brethren of the house of the Holy Trinity of Thevelesford, of his right in the lands of that house lying in the fields and territory of Bereford. Conversion of St. Paul, 26 Edward I.
[Warw.]B. 803. Grant by John de Nafford, lord of Bereford, to William de Wellesbourne, rector of the church of Bereford, and William de Wellesbourne, Warden (Custodi) of the chapel within the Castle of Elmeleye, of lands with common of pasture in the fields of Bereford, in Louwehetzforlong extending to the road to Warwick, Heydeneforlong abutting upon the path to Le Louwhetz, at Pleistouwe bordering upon land called 'Sewardesforlong,' and extending to the land of the House of the brethren of Thelesford and land 'Ate puttes.' St. Valentine's day, 5 Edward II. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 804. Release by Dionisia, daughter and one of the heirs of Geoffrey Luff en of Bereford, near Warwick, to Robert le Walkere, of Bereford, of her right in land and tenements in the vill and field of Bereford. Sunday after the Annunciation, 39 Edward III. Seal broken.
[Warw.]B. 805. Grant by Thomas Knyght, clerk, to John Parker, rector of the parish church of Bereford, and Robert Waldene, of Warwick, of lands, tenements, rents, and services, in the vill and fields of Bereford, and of a fishery in the waters of the Avon, which formerly had belonged to Katherine Luffe, late the wife of William Harpecote of Warwick. 8 June, 21 Richard II. Seal.
Herts.B. 806. Letter of attorney by John Beaugraunt, the elder, Robert Twyer, of London, William Bunch, rector of the church of Reede in the co. Hertford, William Cox, of Roiston, and Simon Kirkeby, chaplain, who, having granted to Dionisia Lopham, John Brycet, chaplain, John Bally, William Walkerne, Thomas Aleyne, John Whatelee, and William Botreaux, the reversion of certain messuages, tofts, lands, meadows, rents, and services in Buntyngford, Aspedene, Leyston, and Alswyk, and of a tenement in Buntyngford, all which had been granted by them to Alice, late the wife of Thomas Wallyngton of London, for the term of her life, appointed Thomas Home, of Bokelond, to require William Marcheford, of London, and the aforesaid Alice his wife, to attorn to the said Dionisia and the other above mentioned persons. 6 March, 7 Henry IV. Seal.
[Herts.]B. 807. Grant by Richard Anggate, otherwise Richard Jope, of Buntyngford, and Isabella, his wife, to Robert Tebaud, of Aspeden, John Godard, of Buntyngford, and John Sperner, of that place, of a tenement with a house built thereon in Buutyngford. Sunday before SS. Philip and James. 10 Henry IV. Seals.
Herts.B. 808. Letter of attorney by John Olney, of London, and Robert Fitz Robert, the younger, for John Lane, of Codreed in the county of Hertford to deliver to Roger Floor, of the county of Rutland, John Tilby, clerk, and William Maltby, of London, seisin of the reversion of lands, messuages, tenements, &c., in Buntyngford, Aspedene, Leyston, and Alswyk, held by Alice, late the wife of Thomas Wallyngton of London, for the term of her life. November, 2 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]B. 809. Release by John Tilby, clerk, to John Olney, of London, and Robert Fitz Robert, the younger, of ail his right in the reversion of lands, messuages, rents, and services, held by Alice, late the wife of Thomas Wallyngton of London, for the term of her life, in Buntyngford, Aspedene, Leyston, and Alswyk, and which they had of the feoffment of John Shadwork of London. 24 October, 2 Henry VI.
[Warw.]B. 810. Demise by Robert Amfrey to the abbot and convent of Bordesley, of land in the territory of Bereford. Witnesses:—Walter de Wuluardinton, Simon de Stok', William de Burleye, and others (named). About the feast of St. Matthew the Apostle, 1256. Seal.
[Linc.]B. 811. Grant in frank almoin by Richard Takel, of Brunham, to the canons of Suleby, of land at Godvikeshawe and Blesepit in Brunham. Witnesses:—Robert Takel, Geoffrey de Brunham, Norman de Estlund, and others (named).
[Herts.]B. 812. Letter of attorney by William Maltby, of London, for John Say, to deliver to Robert Whityngham, esq., William Basset, clerk, John Sandon, of Sandon, and John Eudet, of Therefeld, seisin of the lands, tenements, rents, and services, in Buntyngford, Aspedene, Leyston, and Alswyk, which Alice, late the wife of Thomas Wallyngton of London, then held for the term of her life. 8 February, 23 Henry VI. Seal.
[Herts.]B. 813. Grant by Walter Jurdan to William son of Thomas de Bordesdene and Isabella, the grantor's daughter, of messuages with buildings in the hamlet of Buntingford and parish of Lefstonescherch, and another messuage in the same hamlet in the parish of Alsewyk, with lands in Refeld in the parishes of Lefstonescherch and Throkyng (Throcking), and in a field called 'Defstonescherch feld' in the parish of Wydihale, with other lands at Buntingford. Thursday after the Annunciation, 16 Edward I.
[Warw.]B. 814. Release by Nicholas Warrewyk to Thomas Knyght, clerk, of his right in lands, tenements, rents, services, &c., in Berford, and in a fishery in the Avon, late the property of Katherine Luffe, widow of William Harpecote of Warwick. Trinity Sunday, 21 Richard II. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 815. Grant by Hugh de Burleie to Gerard, his nephew, of land and messuages in Burleie, viz. the land which his brother Robert the monk (monacus) had given to the said Gerard, rendering yearly for the same a pair of gloves. Witnesses:—Robert de Offewur', Peter de Wuluardintone, William de Edrichistone, William de Waleford, Alan de Bles, and others (named).
Endorsed: Hugh the younger. Seal.
Rutl.B. 816. Demise by John Massi, knight, Arthur Damport, Ralph de Egerton, William Brerreton. Thomas Bernard, clerk, John Fox, of Ty, and John Inse, to Hugh Browe, knight, of the manor of Wodehed and the advowson of the church of Bregcasturton. Thursday after the Assumption, 16 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Norf.]B. 817. Grant by Robert son of Robert le Lauend, of Great Kerbroke, to Richard de Ryselee, of that place, of land in Kerbroke [Carbrooke] in le Estmedewe'. Sunday before the Annunciation, 13 Edward II. Seal.
[Norf.]B. 818. Grant by Henry son of John Elys, of Great Kerbrok' [Carbrook], to Richard de Ryselee, of the same place, Joan his wife, and John, their son, of a messuage and land in Great Kerbrok', and of land in the field called 'Knytiscroft.' Tuesday after Michaelmas Day, 10 Edward III.
Norf.B. 819. Demise by Robert George, of Great Carbrok, clerk, and Thomas Penyman, of the same place, to John Rysle, of Carbrok, son and heir of Thomas Rysle, and to Margaret, his wife, of lands and tenements, rents, and services, in the vills of Great Carbrok, Little Carbrok, Ovyngton, Skulton, Watton, Letton, Schipdam, and Craneworth, of which the said demisors had been enfeoffed by the said John Resle by deed dated 20 November, 2 Richard III., to hold for their lives and the life of the survivor, with remainder to Henry Heydon, esq., Nicholas Ovy, Thomas Caus, of Norwich, John Palmer, of Costeley, James Perry, clerk, rector of church of Skulton, and Ralph Platscott, of Shypdam, for the purpose of carrying out the last will of the said John Rysle. 28 November, 2 Richard III. Fragment of seal.
Norf.B 820. Demise by John Rvslee, knight, to Elizabeth Eyr', late the wife of William Eyr', of all lands, tenements, &c., in the vills of Great Karbroke, Little Karbroke, Ovyngton, Watton, Saham (Saham Toney), Asshyll (Ashill), Shypdam, Cranews, Rysynge, Skulton (Scoulton), Eyrston, and elsewhere in Norfolk, late the property of his father John Ryslee, esq. 4 October, 24 Henry VII.
Norf.B. 821. Demise by Roger Causee, of Shropham co. Norfolk, John Roto, chaplain, and John Gautron, of Great Kerbrooke, to John Rysle, son and heir of Thomas Rysle, of Kerbrooke, and to Margaret his wife, of lands and tenements, rents and services, &c., which they had of the feoffment of the said John Rysle, in the vills and fields of Great Kerbrooke, Little Kerbrooke, Ovyngton, Skulton, Watton, Letton, Shipdam, and Cranworth. 20 September, 1440. Seals.
Camb.B. 822. Demise by John Danyell, prior of Anglysseye, and the convent of that place, to Clement Fuller, cook, of Cambridge, of a tenement with a house and garden in 'Les Whitechanownez' in the town of Cambridge. 10 December, 23 Henry VI. Seal.
Camb.B. 823. Grant by William Amy, of Hytchyn, chaplain, kinsman and heir and executor of Andrew de Hytchyn, late of Cambridge, to John de Weston, of that town, of land in 'le Carmefeld' in the field of Cambridge. Witnesses:—Philip Cayly, the mayor, and William de Lolleworth, Henry le Clerk, Geoffrey de Warwyk, Richard de Thacsted, the bailiffs of Cambridge, and others (named). Thursday after St. Hilary, 20 Edward III. Seal broken.
[Heref.]B. 824. Grant by Thomas Towneshend and Joan his wife to their son John Townesend, the elder, of messuages and lands in 'le Calowe' abutting on the high road towards Hereford, and other messuages and lands in the field called 'le Calowefeld.' Sunday after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 2 Edward IV. Seals.
[Wore.]B. 825. Release by Richard Rys to John Sunnebury, parson of the church of Little Comberton, Roger Caunt, vicar of the church of St. Andrew of Pershore, John Dugge, vicar of the church of Aldermeston, and Walter Tandy, chaplain, of his right in the manor of Harleye, and in lands, &c., in Caldewelle, Walcote, and Wyke, and elsewhere within the hundred of Pershore. Sunday after the Purification, 14 Richard II. Seal.
Camb.B. 826. Grant by Katherine, relict of Geoffrey de Meleford le Verer of Cambridge, to John de Meleford le Verer of the same place, and Mabil his wife, of a tenement and buildings in the parish of St. Edward in the town of Cambridge. Witnesses:—Simon de Stokton, the mayor, and William Thurroe, John de Cumberton, Reginald Shepherd (Bercarius), Robert de Legford, bailiffs of the town of Cambridge, and others (named). Sunday before the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 32 Edward I. Seal.
[ ]B. 827. Grant by Thomas son of Geoffrey Dalby of Dylingthone, to William son of Alan de Upheys and to Petronilla his wife, of land called 'Wycroft' in the mede of Bychehamstede. Dillington, Sunday after St. Peter in cathedra, 35 Edward I. Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 828. Grant in frank almoin by William Costentin, of Bifeld, to the nuns of Cateby, of land at Godrikesgore in the field of Bifeld. Witnesses: —Simon de Verni of Bifeld, Philip Alard, Ralph de Purston, and others (named). Seal.
[Warw.]B. 829. Grant in frank almoin by Thomas son of William de Berton to the monks of Bordesley, of lands in Wlfhameshull, and elsewhere, in the field of Berton. Witnesses:—Richard, parson of Budiford, Ralph the chaplain of Budiford, Ralph de Broma, and others (named). Seal.
Calais.B. 830. Grant by William de Montacute, Earl of Salisbury, and Lord of Man, to Thomas Strete, of lands and tenements, rents, services, and reversions in the town of Calais. 16 July, 14 Richard II. Seal.
Camb.B. 831. Demise by Thomas de Dullyngham, Simon his brother, chaplain, and Ralph Malverne, chaplain, of Borewell, to John de Brynkele and Joan his wife, of lands, tenements and rents in Borewelle, Swafham Priour and New Market (Novum Mercatum), to hold as fully as John de Dullyngham had held them of the feoffment of Thomas son of John son of Peter de Borewell. Morrow of Michaelmas, 23 Edward III. Seal.
[ ]B. 832. Grant by Robert de Buskeby, son of John de Pothow, to Adam son of Peter the Marshall (Marescalli) of Skelton, of a messuage and land in the vill and territory of Buskeby. Sunday after St. Edward the King, 30 Edward I. Fragment of seal.
Warw.B. 833. Grant by John Shukkeburgh, lord of Shukkeburgh, and Thomas Shukkeburgh his brother, and John Brews, bailiff of the abbot of Stonley, to William Hancoke, chaplain, and Edward Skynner, of Kyngeshull, of lands, tenements, &c. in the vill and fields of Burycote which they had had of the grant of Robert Saget, clerk, rector of the church of Wotton Glanvyle co. Dorset, and John Saget, clerk, rector of the church of Enham next Andover co. Southampton, sons and heirs of John Saget of Burycote aforesaid. 29 March, 1 Henry IV. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 834. Grant in frank almoin by Walter Turstan, of Buninton, to the monks of Bordesley, of land upon Caldewellehull [in Buninton]. Witnesses:—Robert, parson of Buninton, Henry, lord of that vill, Simon do Aldebur', Walter Helyas, and John de Waltona.
[Warw.]B. 835. Grant in fee farm by Reginald Morin, of Berton, to the abbot and monks of Bordesley, of divers lands in Berton, some abutting upon 'la Grenehaved Lond' and some opposite the church of Budiford, and part facing the mill of Budiford. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Pancefod, Ralph de Brom', Walter de Cliva and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 836. Grant in frank almoin by Randolph Juxta Aquam of Bertona, to the monks of Bordesley, of divers lands in the territory of Berton upon the Hill, at Hassware, upon Hethulle and in Longehethlule; in return for which grant the monks of Bordesley released to him their right in a messuage with curtilage in the vill of Budiford. Witnesses:—Martin de Bertona, John de Brome, Henry de Clyve, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 837. Grant in fee farm by Reginald Morin, of Berton, to the abbot and monks of Bordesley of land abutting on 'la Grenehaved Lond' in the field of Berton. Witnesses:—Thomas de Berton', Ralph de Brome, Geoffrey Pancefod, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 838. Grant in frank almoin by Ralph Morin to the monks of Bordesley, of lands upon Blechemel, Aldewrthe, Uxehelde, next Dorsinton, and upon Kingesbuttes in the vill of Bertun'. Witnesses:—Richard, parson of Bud[iford], Alexander de Brom', Robert de Brome, Ralph de Brom', and others (named). Seal.
[ ]B. 839. Release by John son of Randolph Juxta Aquam of Bertona, to the monks of Bordesley, to hold in frank almoin, of his right in the land in Berton which they had of the grant of Alice Durdaunt. Witnesses:— Martin de Bertona, Henry, lord of Clive, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[ ]B. 840. Grant by Robert . . . . . son of . . . . de Auuers to the canons of Chaucumbe, of the rent paid to him by the said canons for property in Burton. Witnesses:—Robert de Chaucumbe, Simon de Cropperi, and others (named).
[ ]B. 841. Grant in frank almoin by Reginald Morin, of Berton, to the abbey of Bordesley, for prayers for his own soul and for that of Rondolph his son, of 'Menehevedlond' in the territory of Berton. Witnesses:— Roger de Budiford, Walter de Cliva, Martin de Berton, and others (named). Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 842. Grant in frank almoin by Richard son of Robert de Northampton, to the nuns of Catesby, of lands within and without the vill of Byfeld, rendering yearly for the same to the chief lord of that fee a pair of gilt spurs or sixpence at Easter for every service. Witnesses:—Simon de Thorp, sheriff of Northampton, Roger de Whelton, and Philip de Esseby, knights, Alan de Nevile, Richard Basset, and others (named). [32–34 Henry III.]
Somers.B. 843. Command by William, abbot of the house of St. Mary Graces by the Tower of London, to his officers in co. Somerset, to raise the distraint for the homage due from Thomas Sambrook for lands in Bykefold, and for the services due for the manor of Blakedon. 9 February, 6 Henry IV. French. Seal.
[Hants.]B. 844. Demise by Thomas Hunspyll, prior of Brommore, to Geoffrey Bordon, of two granges at Boleberne with a close called 'Bolecroft' and certain tithes in the field of Upper Brommore. Michaelmas Day, 14 Henry VI.
[N'hamp.]B. 845. Grant in frank almoin by Henry de Wilmeleyhton to the canons of Esseby (Canons Ashby), of a house in Byfeld. Witnesses:—Simon de Verni, Philip Alard, Ralph Costenton', and others (named). Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 846. Confirmation by Robert son of Richard de Norhamton', to the house of Kateby, of the grant made by his brother Richard to that house, of land within and without the vill of Byfeld. Witnesses:—Simon de Torp, sheriff of Northamton, Roger de Wlton', Simon de Verny, William le Costentyn, and others (named). [32–34 Henry III.]
[N'hamp.]B. 847. Grant by Robert eon of Richard de Norhampton, to Richard his son, of land in the vill of Bifeld, rendering yearly at Bifeld for the same certain gilt spurs (quedam calcaria deaurata) or sixpence, and one penny at Easter for every service, exaction and custom or demand, foreign service excepted. Witnesses:—Robert Passelowe, Henry de Bathon, sheriff of Northampton, John de Hulecote, and others (named). [18–24 Henry III.] Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 848. Demise by Joan Ayscheby, prioress of Catesby, to Thomas Heynns, of Byfeld, of the manor of Byfeld, for a term of years from Michaelmas, 2 Henry IV.
[N'hamp.]B. 849. Grant in frank almoin by Helyas Constantin, of Bifeld, to the nuns of Catesby, of land in 'la Longerede' in Bifeld. Witnesses:—William Hodineth, and Hugh de Capes, knights, Simon de Verney of Bifeld, William Costeyn, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
Glouc.B. 850. Release by Eleanor, widow of Alexander Brownyng, to Robert Handy of all her right in the manor of Nethircote in Burghton juxta Sloughter, and in lands and tenements in Burghton aforesaid. 2 October, 12 Henry VII. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 851. Grant by Hugh de Bifeld to the canons of Esseby (Canons Ashby), of a rent to be paid to them by Helias de Insula and his heirs yearly for the land in Bifeld, which he held from the said Hugh de Bifeld. Witnesses:—William Costin, Philip Alard Richard d'Uirini, and others (named).
[Linc.]B. 852. Release by William Marche to Ralph son of Thomas de Brunham, of his right in land in a place called 'Snaiyinges,' in the fields of Brunham, abutting upon 'le Grenegate.' Witnesses:— Thomas de Brunham, Robert Takel, Robert Laundeles, and others (named). Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 853. Grant in frank almoin by Amabilia de Segrave, the lady of Chaucumbe, widow, to the canons of Chaucumbe, of a yearly rent issuing out of a messuage in the vill of Chaucumbe. Witnesses:—Roger de Someri and John Perceval her sons, Richard de Leonibus of Warecurthe and others (named).
[N'hamp.]B. 854. Release by William Densy, son and heir of John Densy of Chaucumbe, to the canons of Chaucumbe, of his right in lands [in Chaucombe], late in the tenure of Edelina de Theuford. Witnesses:—John de Lyouns, lord of Warkeworth, Richard de Whitacre, lord of Thropmundevile, and others (named). Thursday, the feast of St. Andrew the Apostle, 3 Edward III. Seal.
Glouc.B. 855. Demise by Robert Handy and John Taillour to Robert Taillour, of Burghton, and Thomas Long, of the manor of Nethercote in Burghton, and of lands and tenements in Nethercote or Burghton aforesaid all of which they had lately recovered against Alexander Brownyng and Robert Taillour. Witnesses:—Thomas Buryman, bailiff of Stowe, and others (named). November, 2 Henry VII. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 856. Confirmation by Thomas son of Thomas son of Saer de Stokes, to the canons of Orbury, to hold in frank almoin, of the lands and possessions, which they had of the grant of Thomas de Estleya, in the territory of Chelvredeschote (Chilvers-Coton), late the property of the grantor's father. Witnesses:—Thomas de Estlega, William de Hardieshul', William de Cosinton, and others (named). Seal.
[Somers.]B. 857. Bond by John Derby, of Stanligh, co. Somerset, husbandman, to Thomas Greynfield, knight, Alexander Neuton, esquire, Laurence Adams, William Boldey, William Nethewey, Richard Smyth, John Raper, Robert Horsey, John Huet, John Eaton, John Soper, Walter Sarger, William Wilkyns, and William Bailly, conditional upon their enjoying peaceable possession of lands in Serney. 9 June, 4 Henry VII. Seal.
[Kent.]B. 858. Grant by Thomas Cok, of Chalk, to Richard Tebbold, of the same place, of land called 'Wyvelisland' in the parish of Chalk. Feast of St. Paulinus the Bishop, 34 Edward III.
[Kent.]B. 859. Grant by John Martyn, of Chalk, Reginald Halpeny, of Northflete, and Thomas Davy, of Chorne, to Margery Thomelyn, of a messuage and lands in Northfeld and Southfeld, and pasture for one beast in Cheldrenhope in the parish of Chalk, all which they held of the feoffment of John Thomelyn. Monday after the feast of the Nativity, 49 Edward III. Seal.
[Kent.]B. 860. Grant by Richard Turk, of Chalk, to John Martyn, of the same place, of land in Westchalk Southfeld in the parish of Chalk. All Saints Day, 7 Richard II. Seal.
Endorsed: This deed to be void if the said Richard Turk shald pay to the said John Martyn twenty shillings before Michaelmas next.
[Kent.]B. 861. Grant by Cecilia, daughter of John Martyn of Chalk, to Richard Tebold, of the same place, and Alice his wife, of pasturage in a place called 'East Mersshe' in the parish of Chalk. Feast of St. James the Apostle, 7 Richard II. Seal.
[Oxford.]B. 862. Letter of attorney by John de Montague, lord of Stokenhamm and Werke, for Thomas Wyke to enter and take possession of tenements in the vill of Chadelyngton held for life by Thomas Alboteston. 13 October, 41 Edward III. French. Fragment of seal.
[Kent.]B. 863. Grant by Richard Martyn, of the parish of Chalk, to Richard Tebaud, of the same place, of divers days-works of land in Eastchalksouthfeld, in the parish of Chalk. The Purification, 10 Richard II. Seal broken.
[Kent.]B. 864. Demise by Thomas Potekyn and Henry Hendon, of the parish of Chalk, to John son of John Potekyn, of that place, of land in Westchalksouthfeld in the parish of Chalk, which they had of the feoffment of Walter Bedyl. 1 May, 11 Henry IV. Seals.
Kent.B. 865. Grant by William Tumbyrwode, of the parish of Chalk, to John Tebaud the elder, of the same place, of pasturage in Eastmershe and Westmersh in the parish of Chalk. 24 September, 11 Henry VI.
Kent.B. 866. Grant by Richard Smyth, of Shorone (Shorne), to John Sedley, an Auditor of the Exchequer, William Mere, of Northflete, and William May, of Chalk, of a pasturage in Grigenstrete in the parish of Chalk. 24 March, 16 Henry VI.
Kent.B. 867. Grant by Isabella Austyn, of the parish of Schorne, widow, to Stephen Potekyn, of the parish of Chalk, of lands in Westfeld and Eastfeld in the parish of Chalk. Michaelmas day, 16 Henry VI.
Kent.B. 868. Release by John Grove, of the parish of Chalke, to Richard Martyn, of the same place, of his right in lands, tenements, &c., in the parish of Chalke. 4 July, 23 Henry VI. Seal.
Kent.B. 869. Release by John Herne, of Chalke, to Robert Hoke, of the parish of Cobham, of all his right in a tenement called 'Rycardes,' in Dykestrete in the parish of Chalk, with all its lands, marshes, &c. 6 May, 17 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
Hants.B. 870. Grant by Edward Wyseman, esq., and Alice his wife, sister and heiress of both Thomas Mongomery, knight, and of John Mongomery, and by John Fortescue and Philippa his wife, to Thomas Tyrell, of Heyron, knight, Andrew Wynsore, esquire, Thomas Jakes, and Robert Cornwales, of the manor or demesne of Chaloughton; with letter of attorney for Robert Keersley and John Wyntershulle. 11 February, 20 Henry VII. Seals.
[Kent.]B. 871. Grant by Richard Gawdre, of Cleve, and Daniel Gawdre, of Cobham, co. Kent, to John Wylkys, Andrew Motard and John Kenet, of Chatham, of a messuage with building thereon in Chathamstrete, and a croft in the parish of Chatham, which had descended to them in right of their mother Agnes Gawdre. Feast of St. Andrew the Apostle, 9 Edward IV. Seals.
Kent.B. 872. Grant by Robert Hembrey, of Chateham, to Thomas Reculver, of a tenement in Chatham. 15 July, 2 Henry VI. Seal.
Kent.B. 873. Grant by William Hook, of Chatham, to Robert Hembery, of the same place, of a tenement in Chatham. 13 April, 1 Henry VI. Seal.
Kent.B. 874. Demise by William at Fenne, of Wroteham, to Walter Sexteyn, John Sexteyn, and Richard Hasteleyn, of the same place, of lands and tenements in the parish of Chateham, late the property of Simon Chercheward, and which he together with John Sexteyn, deceased, had of the feoffment of John Smyth. 8 September, 16 Edward IV.
[N'hamp.]B. 875. Confirmation by Simon de Verny to the prioress and convent of Katesby, of a pasturage pertaining to the vill of Charwalton Witnesses:—Ralph de Hintone, William de Bray, Robert de Eydone, Robert Wakelyn, and Nigel de Botindone. Fragment of seal.
Kent.B. 876. Demise by Walter Sexten and John Sexten, both of Wroteham, and Richard Hastelyn, to Robert Plomer, of London, Thomas Rygby of London, Thomas Ledys and John Levesson, of Berkyng co. Essex of the lands and tenements in the parish of Chatham, late the property of Simon Chercheward, which they had of the feoffment of William atte Fenne. 21 March, 19 Edward IV. Seals.
Kent.B. 877. Grant by John Wylkys and John Kenot to Augustine Forde, of the parish of Chatham, Thomas Smyth the younger, John Smyth and William Lorkyn of a messuage with buildings in Chathamstrete in the parish of Chatham, which they had of the feoffment of Richard Gawdre of Cleve, and Daniel Gawdre, of Cobham; upon condition that the said Augustine Forde should make certain payments to the said John Wylkys. Letter of attorney for John Kenot. 19 November, 4 Henry VII.
Kent.B. 878. Counterpart of B. 877.
Endorsed: A receipt by John Wylkys for payments by Awstynne Forde.
Kent.B. 879. Grant by Augustine Forde, of the parish of Chatham, Thomas Smith, the younger, and John Smith to John Fyneux, Chief Justice of the King's Bench, Thomas Roche, one of the Barons of the Exchequer, Hugh Clopton, alderman of London, and Edward Stephens, of a messuage with its buildings in Chathamstrete in the parish of Chatham, which they had of the grant of John Wylkys and John Kenot. Letter of attorney for John Hardell. 8 February, 11 Henry VII. Seals.
Kent.B. 880. Grant by William Wattes, John Halle, John Hardell, the younger, of Rochester, and John Smyth, of Chathamstrete, to John Fyneux, Chief Justice of the King's Bench, Thomas Roche, one of the Barons of the Exchequer, Hugh Clopton, alderman of London, and Edward Stephens, of lands and tenements in the parish of St. Mary, Chatham, late the property of John Growche. 5 January, 11 Henry VII. Seals.
[Wilts.]B. 881. Demise by Nicholas Sperawe, of Mere, to Richard Willoghby, esquire, of his estate in a cottage and garden in Sarum and land called 'Cokettisheies' with lands and tenements in Lytton, Brymbytt furlong, Castell Strete, Howell, Deanis Hill, 'le Parce land,' 'le Flexaland,' 'le Brecheland,' Wyddenham and Maffesmede in Sarum. 1 September, 10 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
Somers.B. 882. Release by John Forster, presbyter, son of John Forster of Cheddre, to Robert Cheddre, of Bristol, William Cheddre, Roger Seward, and William Drapere, clerk, of his right in lands and tenements in Cheddre. 12 September, 3 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
Kent.B. 883. Release by Simon Chircheward, of the parish of Chatham, to John Sharp, of Benynden, Robert Funtyner and John Basden, of Hawkeherst, of his right in a messuage, croft, and marshland at Chathamstrete in the parish of Chatham, which they had of the demise of John Smyth, the elder, who with others had held the same of the feoffment of the said Simon Chircheward. 9 July, 2 Edward IV.
Surrey.B. 884. Release by John Marler, William Seler, and Thomas Dru the elder, to Richard Dru, of their right in land and in a wood called 'Synderhill' at Lolleworth in the parish of Chertesey, which they had of the feoffment of the said Richard Dru. 8 August, 9 Edward IV. Fragments of seals.
[Essex.]B. 885. Grant by William at Cross (ad Crucem) of Chygewelle, to John son of Richard de Redborne, of land in Chygewelle. February, 21 Edward I. Seal broken.
[Herts.]B. 886. Release by William de Middelton to Richard son of Richard de Pir', of his right in lands, tenements, &c., which the prior and canons of Theford ought to have held in the parish of Cesterhunte for the support of a chantry in the chapel of St. Laurence in that parish, and which he had by reason of the right of patronage or foundation of that chapel, the right of the prior and convent being reserved. Witnesses:—William de Batesford, John de Middelton, Robert de Cressebroc, and others (named).
[Derby.]B. 887. Confirmation by Matanye, prioress of Langley near Bredon, of the grant by John de Barwe to Stephen de Chelaston, chaplain, of lands in Chelaston. 2 August, 24 Edward III. French.
Endorsed: Chellardeston. Seal.
[ ]B. 888. Grant by Walter Cobbe, son and heir of Hugh Cobbe, to Richard Seyntebarbe and Matilda his wife, and Nicholas his son, of land in a croft called 'Cheddreham' in Statmede bordering on the fee of the said Richard. Southbrent, the feast of St. Katherine the Virgin, 13 Edward II.
Endorsed: Cobbe. Northern'. Seal.
[Hants.]B. 889. Grant in frank almoin by Robert Dymmoc, son of Robert Dymmoc, to the canons of Brommore, of land in Cherlewode and upon Ryhuile [in Brommore]. Witnesses:—Thomas Baudewyne, John de Brommore, John de Netheravene, and others (named).
[ ]B. 890. Demise by Philip, abbot of Quarr, to Thomas and Richard his brother, coopers (cuparii) of Portesmue, of the land in Cherc, to hold in fee farm, which the convent held in frank almoin of the grant of Hamole Bret and his son Richard. Witnesses:—Ulyas de la Faleise, Stephen de Stratune, William de Sancto Martino, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Heref.]B. 891. Assent by Roger, rector of the church of Stoea (Stoke) to the grant by Richard son of Emelin, citizen of Hereford, with the consent of Alice his wife, to the sisters of the Hospital of Cornebury, of land called 'Cherlecroft' formerly purchased from Gilbert son of Ralph de Asperton. Witnesses:—Walter de la Hyde, Walter de Esperton, William de la Hulle, and others (named).
Endorsed: Warchhulle.
[Surrey.]B. 892. Release by John Abell, of Chabam co. Surrey, Elizabeth his wife, and Thomas Manory, son and heir of John Manory late of Chertsey to Henry Wykys, of Chertesey, of their right in a tenement with a curtilage and garden situate near the parish church of Chertesey, late the property of William Manory father of the said John Manory. Witnesses:— Richard Lawrence, bailiff of the liberty of Chertsey, and others (named). 16 May, 10 Henry VII. Seal.
[Surrey.]B. 893. Demise by William de Clyve, abbot of Chertsey, and the convent of that place, to William de Pilketon, of the messuage, acquired by John de Ruthwyk', formerly abbot of Chertsey, from John son of Robert Boycroft, in Chertsey. Sunday before the Annunciation, 40 Edward III.
[ ]B. 894. Demise by Isabella prioress of Langeley next Bredon, to Peter de Chaddesdene and Stephen son of Godfrey de Chelewarton, of land in the vill of Chelewarton. Witnesses:—Hugh de Ditchesworth', Ralph de Bredon, Reginald de Wyveliston, and others (named). A.D. 1248. Seals broken.
[Surrey.]B. 895. Grant by John de Thorpe to John Kempe of a toft in the parish of Chertsey. Sunday before St. Clement the Pope, 3 Richard II. Seal.
Surrey.B. 896. Grant by Thomas Thorpp of the co. Surrey, to Richard Drwe, of Certeseye, of lands in Lolleworth in the parish of Certeseye. St Martin's day, 3 Henry IV. Seal.
Surrey.B. 897. Release by Thomas Hert, otherwise Barbour, of Chertsey co. Surrey, to Richard Drw, of the same place, of his right to tenements, lands, &c., in the parish of Chertsey, which he, together with Nicholas FitzJohn and Thomas Kent had of the feoffment of Edmund Drw. 20 November, 24 Henry VI.
Surrey.B. 898. Grant by Richard Dru, of Chertesey, to William Manory, of the same place, of land and Wood called 'Synderhill' at Lolleworthe in the parish of Chertesey, in exchange for land lying in the fields and meadows of Chertesey. 12 August, 9 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Surrey.B. 899. Release by William Manory to William atte Seler, of his right in a croft of land at Lolleworthe. Thursday before All Saints Day, 9 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
Surrey.B. 900. Demise by William Hert, son and heir of John Hert, son and heir of Thomas Hert, to Thomas Drue, the elder, of Chertesey co. Surrey, of lands, tenements, &c., in the vill and parish of Chertesey, late the property of Edmund Drue, father of the said Thomas Drue, and which the said Thomas Hert, John Staunton and John Boys held of the feoffment of the said Edmund Drue. Letter of attorney for Richard Cade, of Chertesey. 14 February, 12 Edward IV. Seal.