Deeds
B.901 - B.1000

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1890

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300-310

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'Deeds: B.901 - B.1000', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 300-310. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64220 Date accessed: 23 August 2014.


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B.901 - B.1000

Surrey.B. 901. Grant by William Drewe, son and heir of Thomas Drewe, the older, late of Chertesey, to John Normanton and Henry Wykes, of the same place, of lands, tenements, &c., in the vills and parishes of Chertesey and Thorpe. 2 April, 23 Edward IV. Seal.
Surrey.B. 902. Grant by William Seler, son and heir of Roger ate Seler of Chertesey, to John Randolf and Henry Fitzjohn, esquires, of land at Stevynton near 'le Barre' in the parish of Chertesey. 2 June, 14 Edward IV. Seal.
Surrey.B. 903. Release by Peter Manory, late of Chertesey co. Surrey, son of William Manory, to Richard Marland, of his right in a tenement with a garden in the vill of Chertesey. 21 February, 12 Henry Vll. Fragment of seal.
Surrey.B. 904. Grant by Thomas Manory, son and heir of John Manory of Chertesey, to Richard Merland, Thomas Purvoche and Henry Wykes, of lands, tenements, &c., called 'Botlesepark' in the parish of Chertesey. 29 October, 16 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
Surrey.B. 905. Release by Thomas Manory, son and heir of John Manory of Chertesey, to Henry Wykes, of his right in lands, tenements, &c., called 'Botelese Park' in the parish of Chertesey. 1 November, l6 Henry VII. Seal.
Surrey.B. 906. Release by John Abell, of Chabham co. Surrey, and Elizabeth his wife, to Henry Wykes, of Chertesey, of their right in lands, pastures and woods called 'Botles' and Synder Hyllys,' formerly called 'Botles Parke,' in the parish of Chertesey. 1 January, 17 Henry VII. Fragments of seals.
Surrey.B. 907. Grant by Henry Wykes, of Chertesey, to John Bride, gent., William Filoll', knight, Nicholas Hughson, Ralph Swillyngton, Thomas Hildesham, and others, of a messuage, curtilage and garden in the vill of Chertesey, late the property of William Manory and which he together with Richard Merland, Thomas Manory, of Aisshe, Robert Parys, Thomas Purvoche and Walter Crumwell had held to the use of him the said Henry Wykes. He further granted to the above named John Bryde and others his field called 'Burtes Croftes' otherwise 'Botlees,' late the property of William Drue, in the parish of Chertsey, held by him to the like use with John Normanton, William Hore and Richard Parker; and also the lands, tenements, &c., called 'Botlespark,' late the property of John Manory, which he had similarly held to the like use along with Richard Merland and Thomas Purvoche. 26 April, 20 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
Surrey.B. 908. Conveyance by William Fyloll', knight, Nicholas Hughson, Ralph Swillyngton, Thomas Hildersham, and others, to John Bryde and Katherine his wife of those lands (see B. 907) which they had held jointly with him of the grant of Henry Wykes in the parish of Chertsey. Letter of attorney for Henry Wykes and Thomas Cotyngham. 20 November, 22 Henry VII. Seals.
Surrey.B. 909. Indenture between William Drewe, of Chertsey, and John Bryde, of London, for the letting to the latter of lands and tenements in the parish of Chertesey. 2 March, 23 Henry VII.
Bucks. Leic.B. 910. Indenture between John Popham, knight, and Thomas Wedon, John Underwoode, of Chesham in the co. Buckingham, and others relative to a yearly rent payable to him out of the manor of Chesham Boys; and also to a demise to him of the manor of Rolleston in the co. Leicester. 4 January, 11 Henry VI. Seals.
[Surrey.]B. 911. Release by Henry Poueshurst, son of Henry Poueshurst, of the parish of Ledderode (Leatherhead), to Laurence de Wych, of the parish of Chayham (Cheam), and Beatrix his wife, of his right in a field called 'Pinchovesfeld' and to a grove, way, water and other easements. Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 18 Edward III. Seal.
Essex.B. 912. Grant by Mahaut, late the wife of John de Goldingham, to Andrew Saddake, parson of Sodebroke, of the manor of Chikewelle. Friday after St. Bartholomew the Apostle, 10 Edward II. Seal broken.
[Linc.]B. 913. Release by Richard son of John de Insula of Netherbrunham, to John son of Thomas do Brunham, and to John and Thomas sons of William de Brunham, of his right in land in the field of Nether Brunham. Conversion of St. Paul, 1334.
[Linc.]B. 914. Grant by Robert, son of Ralph Takel of Haxay, to Ralph son of Thomas de Brunham, of land called 'le Redesflatte' [in Brunham or Haxay]. Witnesses:—Thomas de Brunham, Robert Laundeles, Thomas Brune, and others (named).
[ ]B. 915. Letter of attorney by William Trycket, of Bernestone (Barnston), for John de Gernet to deliver to Henry Gernet seisin of a messuage, land and woodland, in the vill of Bernestone, to hold the same in fee. Monday after St. Gregory, 28 Edward 1.
[Essex.]B. 916. Grant by Adam the Smith (faber) of Chigewelle, to Robert Mileys, clerk, of land in the Westmad in the vill of Chigewelle. Thursday in seven days of Whitsuntide, 17 Edward II. Seal.
[Essex.]B. 917. Grant by Gilet Pecche, lord of Chigewelle, to Robert Mylis, clerk, of land with a building thereon in Chigewelle. Day of St. Thomas the Martyr, 17 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
Kent.B. 918. Demise by Robert Sandeforde, Robert Evyngham, clerk, and Richard Quadryng, to John de S. Nicholas, of the parish of Asshe next Sandwich, of lands, tenements, rents, &c., in the parishes of Chystelet (Chislet) and Lymne (Lympne) juxta Billerica, which they held of the feoffment of William Brokman, of Asshetysforde, Richard Mayell, clerk, and John Congherst, ofHaukeherst. 20 July, 34 Henry VI. Seals.
[Essex.]B. 919. Grant by William le Zhouge, of Chigewelle, to Robert de Hagham, knight, of land in 'le Stanmede' in the vill of Chigewelle, which his father Robert le Zhouge had of the feoffment of Walter atte Clay of that place. Monday before SS. Simon and Jude, 17 Edward II. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 920. Grant in frank almoin by Henry Frankelein, of Chelverescote, to the prior and canons of Orbury, of land in Rowedeyhorneg', in the territory of Chelverescote. Witnesses:—William de Seys, Geoffrey Russel, Robert de Bollesovere, and others (named).
[Essex.]B. 921. Grant by Robert atts Lofte son of John atte Lofte of Chigewelle, to Robert de Hagham, knight, of a messuage and lands in the vill of Chigewelle. Monday after St. Andrew the Apostle, 14 Edward II. Seal.
Essex.B. 922. Release by Agnes, late the wife of John del Hulle of Sheldon, to William her son, of her right in lands, &c., in the vills of Chikwelle and Berkyngge. Monday after Trinity Sunday, 18 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 923. Grant by Robert Betriche, of Asteleye, to Robert de Gaynesborowe, dean of St. Mary's Asteleye, Edmund Wolfe, of Frollesworth, William Merton, and John Bernard, chaplains, and others, of lands and tenements with their appurtenances in the vill and fields of Chelverescote, held by him of the feoffment of William Smith of Cheverscote, and of Agnes Bischop, of Brokhirst. Wednesday, the feast of SS. Marcellinus and Peter. 18 Richard II. Seal.
Warw.B. 924. Demise by Edward Bristowe, esquire, and William Horsley, to Thomas Wolfe and John Hoton, both of Coventry, Robert Lambe and Thomas Sampson, of lands, tenements, rents, reversions, &c., within the parish of Chelverescoton' (Chilvers Coton) which they held of the feoffment of William Roukhorne, of Coventry, and Agnes his wife. 5 January, 7 Edward IV. Seal.
Endorsed: Cancelled.
Warw.B. 925. Confirmation by Edward Betryche, chaplain, son of Robert Betryche of Asteley co. Warwick, of the grant by Richard Werall' son and heir of Henry Werall' of Nuneton in the same county, to Richard Hondford, prior of Erdebury, Thomas Waldezeve, of Hurley, Thomas Beaufytz, of Balsale, and John Leeke, of Nuneton, of lands and tenements, &c., in the vill and fields of Chelverscoton which the said Henry Werall had of the grant of Robert Betrych, father of the aforesaid Edward Betrych. Translation of St. Martin the Bishop, 11 Edward IV. Seal.
[Salop.]B. 926. Grant by Hugh son of Hugh de Wdeuerton to Ph., prior of Chirbury, and the canons of that place, of a messuage in exchange for the messuage in Chirburi, which they had granted to him. Witnesses:—Th. son of Wither, William de Meritun, William de Mulestune, and others (named).
[Salop.]B. 927. Grant by John de Wyttrue, of Chirburi, to William son of Adam de Hocculton, and to Joan his wife, of lands, tenements, &c., in Neutton and in the field of Bokenhwl in the fee of Chirburi. Monday after All Saints Day, 44 Edward III. Seal.
[Salop.]B. 928. Covenant between Thomas Montgomery (de Monte Gomeri) lord of Lydun, and Roger, prior of Chirbury, relative to a grant in frank almoin by Adam de Monte Gomeri, knight, father of the said Thomas de Monte Gomeri, to the then prior of Chirbury, of his mills upon the Severn, conditionally upon the priors of Chirbury having certain masses said by two chaplains, Friday before St. Ambrose the Bishop, 4 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
[Salop.]B. 929. Grant by Robert the Chaplain (cappellanus), son of Adam Tandy of Neuton, to William the Janitor (janitori) of Chirbury, son of Ithel the clerk (clcrici), of a messuage in the vill of Chirbury. Witnesses:—Richard, vicar of Chirbury, Robert de Wittr', William de Hokelton and others (named). Thursday, Beheading of St. John the Baptist, 8 Edward II. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 930. Grant in frank almoin by Henry Frankelen, of Chelve escote to the church and canons of Erbery, of land in the territory of Chelverescote. Witnesses:—William de Seys, Geoffrey Russel, Robert de Bollesover', and others (named).
[Salop.]B. 931. Release by Richard son of Hugh de Chirbury to Gervase, vicar of the church of Chirbury, of his right in lands and tenements in the vill and fields of Chirbury and in Bulkenul. Sunday after St. Valentine, 29 Edward III.
[ ]B. 932. Memorandum of a demise by Walter de Haywode and Joan, his wife, to Robert atte Vanne and Christina, his wife, of two curtilages in Chippenham in Bolstrede, and of land in Westmede. Thursday in the first week of Lent, 37 Edward III.
[Warw.]B. 933. Grant in frank almoin by Henry son of Sampson de Chelverescote to the prior and canons of Orbury, of a yearly rent issuing out of a croft in the vill of Chelverescote. Witnesses:—William de Seys, John de la Hyde, clerk, Geoffrey Russel, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 934. Demise by Thomas son of Simon de Stokes to the abbot of Bordesley, of a meadow called 'Hidemedive' and the moor lying between Chimblesbrug' and the lower mill of the abbot of Radings in the territory of Preston, for a term of forty years commencing from the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross, 1269. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 935. Grant in frank almoin by Thomas son of Hereward de Merstona, to the prior and canons of Orbery, of a rent issuing out of land in the vill of Chelverescot'. Witnesses:—William de Seys, John de la Hide of Merston, clerk, Geoffrey Russel, and others (named).
[Suff.]B. 936. Receipt by Richard Tybbay, of Middelton, to the prior and convent of Ascheby Canons for two deeds relating to the manor of Stene, and three others to the manor of Cavenedisch, which Henry de Pynkeny, knight, had delivered for safe custody to the said prior. 3 November, 29 Edward I. Seal broken.
[Somers.]B. 937. Demise by Simon de Meryeth, knight, to William Kyng and William Will' of land and tenements with the soil of a wood called 'Newewode' in Serneye. Sunday after Michaelmas Day. 36 Edward III. Seals.
[ ]B. 938. Grant in frank almoin by Geoffrey Parent to the nuns of St. Michael, Stanford, of land in Chinemeresenge. Witnesses:—Geoffrey Bot', Geoffrey Cappere, Richard de Burg', and others (named).
[Somers.]B. 939. Grant by John Osbern, son of Philip Osbern, to Nicholas Amorret, chaplain, and Thomas Coker, of a yearly rent issuing out of lands, tenements, &c., at Serneye in the demesne of Taunton. Monday, the Vigil of St. Bartholomew, 2 Richard II.
Endorsed: Cernehey. Seal.
[Somers.]B. 940. Demise by Thomas Oseborne to William Appelyn and Wymark, his wife, of cottages with land in Serney. Feast of St. Gregory the Pope, 10 Henry IV.
[Somers.]B. 941. Release by Henry Moleyns to John Osbarn the elder, of Taunton, of his right in messuages, lands, &c., in Cerneheys in the manor of Taunton. Morrow of the Ascension, 48 Edward III.
[Somers.]B. 942. Demise by Thomas Fissher, Richard Colbrond, Richard Apmeryke, William Dowdenay and William Tryppe, to John Person of Petmest', Agnes his wife, and John their son, of lands in Hamwode and Stonevelde in Cerney. 9 November, 9 Henry VII. Seal.
[Somers.]B. 943. Demise by Thomas Fissher, Richard Colbrond, Richard Apmeryke, William Dowdenay and William Tryppe to Robert Smythe, of Trull,' Margaret his wife, and John their son, of lands called 'le Mershe,' 'Cerney down Hyll' and 'Cerney' in Cerney in the parish of Trull. 9 November, 9 Henry VII. Seal.
[Somers.]B. 944. Demise by Alexander Newton, esq., John Portman, Laurence Adam, William Bolday, Richard Smythe and others (named) to Robert Clarke, of Trulle, Alice his wife, and Robert their son, of land in Cerney. Valentine's Day, 21 Henry VII.
[Somers.]B. 945. Demise by Thomas Graynefilde, knight, Alexander Newton, William Sydenham, William Netheway, Laurence Adam, William Bolday and others (named) to Richard Smythe and Thomas his son, of lands in Sernay. 1 March, 23 Henry VII. Seal.
[Bucks.]B. 946. Grant in frank almoin by Muriel de Ros, widow, to the church and canons of Berncestr' (Burcester), of lands in the vills of Kaveresfeld (Caversfield) and Stratton, with the capital court of Kaveresfeld. Witnesses:—Roger de Aumauri, Ralph Harang, Ralph de Chetwde, and Ernald Bisech, knights, and others (named). Seal.
[Hunts.]B. 947. Grant in frank almoin by Robert son of Walter de Dentun to the master and brethren of the Hospital of Stanley, of lands lying upon 'le Hole' and abutting upon Ketelstanweye and 'le Presseweye' in Catteworth. Witnesses:—Robert Russel of Grafham, Robert Wyne, Ralph de Cattewith', and others (named). Seal.
Kent.B. 948. Release by John Hoo, esq., to the abbess of Syon, of his right in the mansion houses, manors or rectories of Trewle (Throwley), Chelham (Chilham), and 'la Molesse' (Molash), with all lands, tenements, mills, &c. appertaining to the same. 13 July, 7 Henry VI.
[Kent.]B. 949. Attornment by William Hope, son of James Hope, to William Dymbygh, prior of the Charterhouse, to whom Richard bishop of Winchester, Robert Rede, knight, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, George Symon, clerk, Bartholomew Westby, a baron of the Exchequer, and others (named) had granted the reversion of the marshes called 'Holymerssh' and 'Bylesmerssh' in the parish of Chestlett (Chislet), which they had demised to the said William Hope for a term of years. 31 January, 23 Henry VII.
Kent.B. 950. Demise by Richard, bishop of Winchester, Robert Rede knight, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, George Symyon, clerk, Bartholomew Westby, a baron of the Exchequer, and others, to William Hope, of the marshes called 'Holymersshe' and 'Bykesmersshe' (sic) in the parish of Chestlett. 25 January, 23 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
Kent.B. 951. Grant by James Hoope, of London, to Richard, bishop of Winchester, Robert Rede, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, George Simeon, clerk, Bartholomew Westby, a baron of the Exchequer, and others (named), to the use for life of his son William Hoope with reversion to the prior of the Charter House, of two marshes called 'Bylemersshe' and 'Holysmersshe' in the parish of Chystlett. Letter of attorney for William Byrde, 9 July, 22 Henry VII. Seal.
[Kent.]B. 952. Demise by William de Hopilonde to Alexander de Wode, of two marshes called 'Bilemersh' and 'Rishope' in the parish of Cistelet, and also of a way leading from the latter marsh. December, 1251.
[Kent.]B. 953. Demise by William Brokeman, Richard Mayell, and John Congherst, to William Kynton, of lands, tenements, rents and services in the parishes of Chestelete and in Lynne (Lympne) juxta Belerica. 25 March, 32 Henry VI. Seal and fragments of seals.
Kent.B. 954. Release by William Brokman, of Asshetysforde, John Cungherst, of Haukherst, and others (named), to John de St. Nicholas, otherwise John Sennycolas, of their right to the lands, tenements, &c., formerly the property of his father Thomas, in the parishes of Chystelet and Lymne juxta Billerica (Lympne). 3 August, 31 Henry VI. Seals.
[Essex.]B. 955. Release by Humphrey de Hastang' to Robert de Shareshull' and William de Sheldon, of his right in lands in Chiggewelle and Berkyng', which Thomas de Brailles, clerk, had of the demise of Robert Milys. Witnesses:—John de Weston', parson of the church of Lalleford (Lawford), and others (named). Friday before St. Barnabas, 14 Edward III. Seal.
[Kent.]B. 956. Demise by William Brokman, of Asshetysford, and John Cungherst, of Haukherst, co. Kent, to John de St. Nicholas, of the reversion of lands, tenements, rents and services in the parishes of Chystelet and Lymne juxta Billerica, which they, with Robert Oxenbrigge and Richard Mayell, the late vicar of Rolvynden (Rolvenden), had of the feoffment of the said John de St. Nicholas and John Home, the said lands, &c. being held to the use for life of Margaret wife of the said John de St. Nicholas. 1 August, 34 Henry VI. Seal and fragment of seal.
[Kent.]B. 957. Demise by John de St. Nicholas, otherwise John Sennicholas, of the parish of Asshe near Sandwich, to James Hope, of the parish of Sturrey, John Isaak and others (named), of his right of pasturage in the parish of Chystelet next the marsh called 'Holysmerssh.' 12 April, 36 Henry VI. Seal.
Essex.B. 958. Grant by William de Lamborne, chaplain, and Richard Reignaud, of Lamborne, clerk, to Peter de Pakenham, of lands, rents, tenements, &c., in the vill of Chigwelle, which they had of the feoffment of William Haunsard, citizen of London. Wednesday before the Annunciation, 10 Edward III. Fragment of seals.
Essex.B. 959. Release by Robert Mile, of Brochamton', to Agnes, late the wife of John de le Hul of Sheldon, and to William her son, of his right in the lands which Richard Mile of Brochamton', after the death of Robert Mile his brother, had held in Chicwelle, Westhache and Berkinge. Sunday after the nativity of St. John the Baptist, 14 Edward III. Seal.
Kent.B. 960. Demise by William Kynton, of the parish of Great Chart co. Kent, to John de St. Nicholas, of lands, tenements, rents and services in the parishes of Chystlett and Lymne juxta Bylleryca, which the grantor had of the feoffment of William Brokeman, Richard Mayell, and John Congherst. 27 October, 34 Henry VI. Seal.
Essex.B. 961. Release by Matilda, daughter of William Persoun of Lavenham, to John son of John de Goldingham, of her right in the manor of Chigewelle. Monday after Trinity Sunday, 10 Edward III. Seal.
Essex.B. 962. Grant by Richard atte Bokhurst, of Chigewelle, to his son John atte Bokhurst, of a messuage with a curtilage and land in the vill of Chigewelle, the land lying in a field called 'Broklond' and a croft called 'Mariotecroft.' Conversion of St. Paul, 18 Edwnrd II. Seal.
Essex.B. 963. Indenture relative to the enfeoffment of William Gernoun, of Theydenegernoun, Bartholomew le Palfreyman and Walter Meniwas by John de Goldingham, of his manor of Chigewelle with the advowson of the church of Chiggewelle, and the settlement of that manor, &c., to his own use, with remainder, failing issue, to the said William Gernoun and Isabella his wife and Ralph their son. Sunday, the feast of St. Edmund the King, 8 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Essex.B. 964. Grant by John de Burgate, of Chygewelle, to Peter de Pakenham, citizen of London, and Isolda his wife, of land called 'le Brode Eye' in Chigewelle. The Purification, 16 Edward III. Seal.
Essex.B. 965. Indenture between John de Burgate, of Wodeford and Chigewelle, and Peter de Pakenham, citizen of London, and Isolda his wife relative to a demise to them of land, called 'le Brode Eye' and 'la Longerodenes' in Chigewelle, and to his bond to them for sixty pounds. 20 March, 18 Edward III. Seal broken.
Essex.B. 966. Indenture relative to grant by John Charman, called 'Mockyng,' citizen of London, to William de Melchebourne and Dernegolde his wife, of lands and tenements in the vills of Chikewelle and Berkyng, and to his bond given to them. Monday after St. Barnabas, 20 Edward III. Seal.
Essex.B. 967. Grant by John Andrew, knight, of the co. Cambridge, John Belton, clerk, and Matthew, vicar of the church of Chigewelle, to Alexander Goldingham and Isabella his wife, of the manor of Chigewelle. 26 January, 7 Richard II.
Essex.B. 968. Demise by Alexander Goldyngham, knight, of Chigwell, to William atte Ree, of the same place, of land in Westmede and in the fields called 'le Lee' and 'Newehallefeld' in the parish of Chigwell, and 'Goldehurstfeld' in the parish of Berkyng. 10 July, 1 Henry IV. Fragments of seals.
Essex.B. 969. Demise by Nicholas Ploket, of London, to John Wyndhill, of Berkyng, of lands, tenements, and houses, &c. called 'Bradfeld,' 'Anseford,' and 'Westmede' in the vills of Chekewelle and Berkyng. Michaelmas, 40 Edward III. Seal.
Camb., Essex, Hunt.B. 970. Grant by Walter Goldyngham, knight, lord of Chygwelle, to Thomas Erpyngham, knight, Simon Brun, esquire, Thomas Halle and Edmund Willesthorp, of the manor of Chygwelle, and lands, &c. in Chygwelle and Berkyng co. Essex, the manor of Eltesley co. Cambridge, and lands, tenements, rents, and services in Great Grandesden' co. Huntingdon. Henry IV.
Camb., Essex, Hunt.B. 971. Counterpart of B. 970. Fragment of seal.
Essex.B. 972. Grant by William de Cruce of Chigewelle, to John de Redburn and Isabella his wife, of land and five deywerkes of land in the vill of Chigewelle. Witnesses:—Thomas de Writele, Alexander Chigewelle, Fulk de le Bokherst, and others (named). Seal.
Essex.B. 973. Grant by Richard son and heir of Thomas de Writele, to Alexander son of John the Flesher (Alexandro filio Johanni Carnifici), of Chigewelle, of land called 'le Blakesaker' in the vill of Chigewelle. Witnesses:—John de Goldyngham, lord of Chigewelle, Peter le Leykere, Fulk de le Bokherst, William le Sayller, and others (named). [Edward I.] Seal.
Essex.B. 974. Release by Alexander son of Robert de Cheggewelle to John de la Ree, of his right in a yearly rent payable to him by the said John for the croft, in the vill of Chegewelle, late the property of Matilda daughter of John West. Witnesses:—John de Goldingham, Fulk de Bokhurst, William Sayler, and others (named). St. Martin's Day, 26 Edward I. Seal.
Essex.B. 975. Confirmation by John son of John le Herl to Martin son of John, of the land which the latter held of his own grant in the vill of Chiggewelle. Witnesses:—Alexander de Writall', Thomas de Writall', Henry Sailler, and others (named). Seal.
Essex.B. 976. Grant in fee by William de Cruce of Chigewelle, to John son of Richard de Redburne, flesher, and Isabella his wife, of land in Chigewelle. Witnesses:—Thomas de Writele, Alexander de Chigewelle, Fulk de Bokherst, William le Saylly, and others (named). [Edward I.] Seal.
Essex.B. 977. Release by William le Pleytere, son of John le Pleytere, to Giles Pecche of his right in the reversion, upon the death of Peter le Leykeres, of land and tenements in the vill of Chigewelle. Witnesses:— Robert de Hagham, Nicholas de Barnton, William Manywas, Richard ate Bokhurst, and others (named) Fragment of seal.
[Essex.]B. 978. Grant by Robert son of John ate Berne of Chigewelle, to John son of John de Goldingham, of the same place, of two parts of a messuage with the reversion of the third part of the same house with a curtilage and land, which Hawisia his mother held in dower, in Chigewelle. Sunday after SS. Peter and Paul, 15 Edward III. Seal.
[Essex.]B. 979. Covenant between John le fitz Johan de Goddyngham and Egelynege, late the wife of William le Plomer, of Heigham in Waltomestouwe, for a release to him, subject to provision for her maintenance, of her right in a yearly rent issuing out of the manor of Chigewelle, and which she held of his gift. Witnesses:—Robert de Hagham, Alexander de Betoygne, and others. Monday after St. Laurence the martyr. 7 Edward III. French. Fragment of seal.
[Kent.]B. 980. Confirmation by John Hoo, esquire, to the abbess and monastery of Syon of their estate in, and also a release of his right in the mansion houses, manors or rectories with all lands, mills, &c., in Trewle (Throwley), Chelham (Chilham), and "La Molesse" (Molash). 13 July, 7 Henry VI.
[Essex.]B. 981. Grant by William de Sceldone to William de Melcheborne, and Dernergolda his wife, of a messuage, lands and rents in Chikewelle and Berkynge. Monday after St. Hilary. 18 Edward III. Seal.
[Norf.]B. 982. Demise by Owen Griffith, of Causton, and Cecilia his wife, to John Bysshoppe, of Norwich, William Kerre, Nicholas Stokes, and Stephen Walengere, of lands, tenements, meadows, pastures, &c., in Causton, and also a messuage and land in the field called "Boywoodfeld" in the vill of Causton, all which they had of the feoffment of Ralph Stannop, clerk, and and Richard Browne of Twheyt (Thwaite). 27 September, 11 Henry VII. Seal.
[Norf.]B. 983. Demise by William Howchyn the younger, of Felthorpe, to John Rightwys, of Norwich, Thomas Davy and Robert Burgh, notary, of two messuages in Overbeywood Street, and divers lands in free and base tenures in Boywodefelde abutting upon Boywodegrene, which he by the name of William Howchyn the younger, son of Richard Houchyn of Causton and of Alice his wife, with Peter Dobbys and John Clubbe, had of the grant of the aforesaid Richard Houchyn and Alice. Another demise by the said William Houchyn the younger and John Shillyng the younger, of Boton, to the said John Rightwys, Thomas Davy and Robert Burgh of land in Boywoodfelde in the vill of Causton, which the said William and John had held of the feoffment of William 'Balev' of Marsham. Letter of attorney by the said William Howchyn and John Shillyng for John Doraunt and Robert Thorp. 2 November, 9 Henry VII. Seal.
[Norf.]B. 984. Demise by Geoffrey Hardyng and Richard Blome, of Causton, to John Redele and Thomas Perteneye, of Salle, of messuages, lands and tenements in the villa and fields of Causton and Heydon, late the property of John Kype, which they with William Wegge, deceased, had held of the feoffment of John Kipe, son of the said John Kipe. 14 January, 6 Henry VI. Seal.
[Norf.]B. 985. Demise by George Brygge, brother of Thomas Brygge, Thomas Lomnour and Richard Brown, of Twhayt, to John Rightwys, of Norwich, John Rightwys, of Salle, and Thomas Davy of lands in Beywodefeld and Wyndemyllefeld at Pynhill in Causton, which they held of the feoffment of Richard Brown and John Doraunte, both of Causton. Also letters of attorney for Robert Grene of Salle. 26 January, 14 Henry VII. Seal.
[Norf.]B. 986. Demise by John Brady, chaplain, to Margaret Metton, widow, Thomas Brette, Robert Skynner, Thomas Suffen and Thomas Eston, of Causton, of lands and tenements in the vills of Causton and Heydon, which he had of the feoffment of the said Margaret Metton. Seal broken.
[Norf.]B. 987. Demise by Henry Eylesson, of Causton, Thomas Suffen, Nicholas Crabbe, John Waterlande, and John Smyth, to John Legge, of Causton, and Elizabeth his wife, John Heydon, knight, Thomas Woodows, knight, Roger Townessend, esq., and others (named), of land in Bulleslade in Causton, which they had of the feoffment of William Haddon. 13 April, 8 Henry VIII. Fragments of seals.
[Norf.]B. 988. Grant by Hugh son of William de Causton to Nicholas de Caukewelle, of a messuage and land in the vill of Causton. Wednesday before SS. Philip and James. 20 Edward I. Fragment of seal.
[Norf.]B. 989. Grant by Alan Russhemere, of Causton, to John Gibbis, of that place, and Beatrix his wife, of land in Wodegatecroft in Causton. Wednesday before Trinity Sunday, 40 Edward III.
[Norf.]B. 990. Grant by William de Reffham and Cecilia, his wife, to William son of Robert Hodamys of Hirminglond, of a cottage in Beyerwoywode street in the town of Causton. Saturday after St. Botolph the Abbot. 25 Edward III. Seals.
[Norf.]B. 991. Grant by Robert Mallard, Thomas Cranke, William Laire, John Parissh, and John Petows, citizens of Norwich, to Robert Skynner, of Causton, William Gurnay, of Boton, and Thomas Halys, of Causton, of a messuage at Kyrkgate and land and right of drawing water in Causton, which they had of the feoffment of Henry Baughburg of Causton. 21 March, 19 Henry VIII. Seal.
[Norf.]B. 992. Grant by Christopher Spylman, son and heir of William Spylman, to Robert Skynner, of Causton, Thomas Halys the younger and Edmund Sawere, to hold to the use of the said Robert Skynner, his heirs and assigns, of a messuage and land in Causton, which they had of the grant of Christopher Coo, esq., John Grose, and John Fermour. 10 November, 16 Henry VIII.
[Norf.]B. 993. Grant by Christopher Coo, John Grose and John Fermour to Christopher Spillman, son and heir of William Spillman, of a messuage and land in Causton, which they jointly with William Spillman, deceased, had of the grant of John Canon of Causton and Robert Skynner of the same place. 9 October, 14 Henry VIII. Seal.
[Norf.]B. 994. Grant by John Canon and Robert Skynner, both of Causton, to Christopher Coo, esq., William Spillman, John Grose and John Fermour of a messuage and land in Causton, which they had of the feoffment of Robert Norgat, of Haylsham, John Rightwys, of Norwich, John Colett, Henry Funtayn and William Bettes. 15 October, 12 Henry VIII. Seal.
[Norf.]B. 995. Demise by John Doraunt and Robert Godeman, both of Causton, to John Rightwys and Robert Burgh, aldermen of Norwich, John Rightwys, of Salle, William Funteyn, Henry Funteyn, and Robert Rumpe, of messuages, tenements, lands, &c., in the vill and fields of Causton, which they had of the feoffment of the said John Rightwys. 6 June, 18 Henry VII. Fragments of seals.
[Norf.]B. 996. Confirmation by Philip Calthorp, knight, at the request of Henry Heydon and Richard Pye executors of Richard Brown, late of Wheyght, of a demise to Robert Herward, of Boton, and Robert Skynner, of Causton, of lands and tenements in Boywodefelde and Shermannes Hylles in Causton, and also of lands in the field of Causton, which he the said Philip Calthorpe together with Henry Heydon, knight, Richard Brown aforesaid and Thomas Langdon had of the feoffment of Richard Brown, of Causton, and John Doraunte, of that place. Also letter of attorney for Richard Fouller, clerk. 27 July, 7 Henry VIII. Fragment of seal.
[Norf.]B. 997. Demise by John Rightwyse, alderman of Norwich, to John Legge, of Bedyngham, and Elizabeth his wife, Roger Touneshend, esq., Thomas Wodehouse, knight, Christopher Calthrope, and Robert Herward, to hold to the use of the said John Legge and Elizabeth, of lands in Boywodefeld in Causton, which they, the said demisors, with John Rightwyse, of Salle, and Thomas Davy, of Norwich, had of the feoffment of George Brygg brother of Thomas Brygg, Thomas Lemnour, and Richard Broun, of Twhayte. 27 August, 7 Henry VIII. Seal.
[Norf.]B. 998. Grant by William Greve, of Causton, to Owen Gryffyth, of that place, and Cecilia, his wife, of the land in Boywood field in the vill of Causton, which he together with William Edmunds, chaplain, and Robert Edmunds, of Heydon, had of the grant of Margaret, late wife of John Wifyn. 14 March, 23 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
[Norf.]B. 999. Grant by Richard Lombe, of Causton, and Beatrix his wife, daughter and heiress of John Mannyng, to Henry Goodman, of Causton, Rotholand Adamys and Robert Thorpe, of lands and tenements in the vills of Causton and Heydon, which had descended to the said Beatrix upon the death of her father, and also of that piece of heath which the said Beatrix had with her father and Ethildred his wife of the grant of Geoffrey Robyns and Margaret his wife. Letter of attorney for Thomas Grene.
Endorsed: Memorandum relative to the examination, according to the custom of the manor, of the said Beatrix touching this grant. 2 August, 16 Edward IV. Seals.
[Norf.]B. 1000. Grant by Thomas Banburgh, Robert Banburgh, Simon Banburgh and Henry Banburgh, sons of the late Robert Banburg of Causton, the next heirs of Thomas Banburgh, late of Causton, their uncle, to Thomas Gloys, of Causton, and Nicholas Harman, of that place, of messuages at Kyrkegate in Causton and lands with right of drawing water in the fields of Causton. 8 March, 12 Edward IV. Seals.