Deeds
C.701 - C.800

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1890

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'Deeds: C.701 - C.800', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 454-465. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64236 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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C.701 - C.800

[Devon.]C. 701. Grant by Richard Martin to William Tayl, and Joan his wife, of messuages, lands, &c., in Tavystoke. Saturday after St. Peter In Cathedrâ, 2 Henry V.
[Warw.]C. 702. Grant by Robert atte Orchart, chaplain, to John son of William atte Birches, of a croft of land in Solihull, at 'le Orchart.' Solihull, Monday after St. James the Apostle, 18 Edward III. Seal, imperfect.
[Warw.]C. 703. Release by John de Blosmovill. of Solihull, to Richard atte Shawe, of the same place, of all his right in two fields, one called 'Longemor,' the other 'le parsoneslond,' in Solihull, adjoining land called 'le Petlond,' in one croft and meadow called 'le Conyhurst,' in a certain way lying between their respective lands, and in a certain ditch. Solihull, Saturday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 16 Edward II.
[Bedf.]C. 704. Release by Thomas Cagge, of Eyton, to Laurence Pycot and John Skynnere, of Dunstable, of all his right in lands, &c., in the vill and fields of Wypsonade, which they had of the feoffment of John Todyngdon, of Whipsnade. 4 January, 10 Henry VI. Seal.
[Oxford ?]C. 705. Grant by Ralph Pyppard to John de Kent, son of Hugh de Keyworth, and Emma his wife, of a right of way over his demesne for all kinds of animals, without damage to the grantor's crops, from the land of Selegrave to the land which formerly belonged to Robert the Clerk: the way beginning in the valley of 'la Hyde' to the land of Selegrave, running behind the new sheep-walk to Cherdesleydene, and through the middle of Cherdesleydene to the said land which formerly belonged to Robert the Clerk. Witnesses:—Sir John Dayrell, clerk, John de Trumpton, steward, and others (named). [13th century.]
Bedf. Herts.C. 706. Grant by John Pygot, of Abyndon, co. Cambridge, woolman, John Doget and John Bernard, of Dunstable, to William Cantelowe, citizen and knight of London, and Elizabeth his wife, of lands, tenements, &c., in the vills and fields of Dunstable, Houghton Regis, Toturnho, Eyton, Wypsenade, Kennesworth, Cadyngedon, and Stodeham. Dunstable, 20 September, 1 Edward IV.
[Norf.]C. 707. Grant by Peter Botzoun, of Wyssingsete, knight, to Sir Geoffrey Wyth, knight, of the advowson of the church of Yelvertone. Witnesses:—Sir Robert Banyard, Sir Edward Charles, Sir Thomas Bavent, Sir William de Calthorp, Sir Robert de Ingelose, knights, and others (named). Yelvertone, Tuesday the feast of St. Nicholas the Bishop, 17 Edward II.
[Dorset.]C. 708. Letters of attorney from William Hychecok, of Malmysbery, son and heir of William Hychecok, late of Brideport, to John Olyver and John Howman, authorising them to deliver seisin to William Olyver, of Bridport, of a parcel of land in Bridport by 'Kyllyngislane,' called 'Morthay.' Wednesday the vigil of the Ascension, 23 Henry VI. Seal.
[Norf.]C. 709. Grant by Dame Amice, late the wife of Sir John de Calthorp, knight, to Sir William Calthorp, knight, and Sybilla his wife, of a yearly rent of 20 marks, allotted as dower for the said Sybilla out of the grantor's manor of Smalburge, Dilham, Beston, Berton, and Staleham. Witnesses:— William Pastone, of Pastone, and others (named). Brunhamthorp, Monday after the Conception, 3 Henry V.
[Essex.]C. 710. Grant by Walter son of Wido de Bruera, of Hatfeld Regis, to Richard his son, of land in Hatfeld, in a field called 'le Mochelehidleye.' [13th century.]
York.C. 711. Grant by William, vicar of the church of Reston, and William de Notton, to Dionisia, late the wife of Thomas Belle, of Cotheworth, of. lands, &c., in Cudworth, for her life, with remainder to Thomas, son of William Belle, and the heirs of his body. Cudworth, Wednesday the feast of All Souls, 8 Edward III.
Underwritten: Memorandum that the said Dionisia had received livery of seisin.
[York.]C. 712. Grant by Robert son of Matthew de Osprynge, to Richard his son, of all the demesne in the moors, wastes, and pastures within the boundaries of Hunschelf, Snodenhil, Byrcheworth, and Langeley, that is to say, between Litteldon and Mickeldon. [13th century.]
[Bedf.]C. 713. Grant by William Chapel (de Capellâ), of Dunstable, to Bartholomew Nicholas, of the same place, of a piece of land in the curtilage of his tenement in South Street, Dunstable. St. Mary's day in March, 22 Edward I. Seal.
[Worc.]C. 714. Grant by Walter Hunt, of Wolferton, and Agnes his wife, to Thomas Messyngere, of Hynton, of their great close, &c., in Stolton within the manor of Waddebergh, lying in 'le Hethe-ende,' between a close called 'Oldecroft' and a field called 'Stoltonfeld,' adjoining a lane called 'Hethen lane', extending to Clementes Close. Stolton, 18 March, 19 Edward IV. Two seals.
Kent.C. 715. Grant by Richard Heyman, citizen and barber of London, Master Robert Blakwall, one of the King's Masters in Chancery, Thomas Nutford, citizen and draper of London, and John Payne, of Mylborne, co. Cambridge, gentleman, to John Caunton, citizen and hurer of London, and Katherine his wife, John Petley, of Downc, Kent, yeoman, William Degons, grocer, Edward Bellowe, 'hattermarchaunt,' and Richard Luntley, hurer, citizens of London, of land and tenements, &c., in the parishes of Hese (Hayes), Westwikham, and Westerham, which formerly belonged to John Hevere, of Hayes aforesaid. Appointment of Thomas Shot, of Hayes, husbandman, attorney to deliver seisin. Hayes, 6 July, 14 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
[Norf.]C. 716. Release by Agnes, late the wife of Henry de Heylesdon, to Sir William de Calethorp, knight, of all her right in the homages and services of Robert Waryn, of Sithyngge, Richard, son of Henry Jordon, John Sywars, Roger, son of Thomas Feraunt, all of Sithyngge aforesaid, Roger Sadoun, of Kirkestede, Thomas Noble, of Langhale, Simon, son of Stephen Longere, of Langeleye, chaplain, and Nicholas Huyre, of Borgh, freehold tenants of the said William in Seething and Mundham. Seething, Sunday after St. Mark the Evangelist, 1 Edward III.
[Devon.]C. 717. Grant by John Montfort, of Dertemouth, to William Hoper, John Fayrewedere, William Everard, chaplains, and Robert Parkyn, of all his messuages, lands, &c., in Clifton Dertemouth and Sowthton Dertemouth together with all his goods and chattels; with a condition that they should reconvey at his request, &c. Clifton Dertemouth, Monday before St. John ante Portam Latinam, 22 Richard II. Fragments of four seals.
[Warw.]C. 718. Demise by John le Palmere, of Fraunkton, to Richard the Tailor (Cissori), of the same place, and Isolda his wife, of a cottage and curtilage and land in Frankton aforesaid, part lying below Fulput, part upon 'le Crestlond,' for their lives. Frankton, Sunday the feast of the Holy Innocents, 14 Edward II.
[York.]C. 719. Grant by Clarice, daughter of Adam son of Richard le Bercher, to William, son of Thomas Bell, of Cotheworth, of a moiety of an acre of land in Cudworth, upon 'le Caulwellandes,' abutting on Caulwell Moor and Foshome Brook, upon Wetelay, &c. [13th century.]
[York.]C. 720. Grant by Matthew del Hill, of Thurleston, to William del Hill, of the same place, of land in the field called 'Ornethweyt' adjoining the stream of Ornethweit. [13th century.]
Staff. Chesh.C. 721. Grant by Urian Eggerton, parson of the church of Haselwall, James Bolton, late vicar of the church of Audeley, Richard Weston, vicar of the church of Madeley, and John Yonge, to Hugh Eggerton, esquire, and Margaret his wife, and the heirs male of the body of the said Hugh, of the manor of Chetulton, with lands, &c., belonging thereto, together with messuages, lands, &c., in Rownall Foorde and Uncote, and a messuage, &c, in Ipstones, and a room with a buttery and pantry annexed, which the said Hugh had newly built between the hall and kitchen of his house within the demesne of Madeley; also of the manor of Smalwode, with lands, &c., and a pasture called 'Ladywode,' and another pasture called 'Lucas Haywode,' which the grantors held together with William More, parson of the church of Mocleston, and Richard Walker, vicar of the church of Webnury (Wybunbury). Appointment of Thomas Smyth, of Betley, attorney to deliver seisin. Witnesses:—John Maynwaryng and Robert Fulleshurst, knights, and others (named). Chetulton (Chetton ?), 16 March, 19 Edward IV. Fragments of four seals.
Dorset.C. 722. Grant by John Kynemere, son and heir of John Kynemere, to Robert Hoggesworthespyte, of a tenement and curtilage in East Street, Bridport. Witnesses:—William Quarel, John Snau, bailiffs of Bridport, and others (named). Bridport, Monday the feast of St. Scholastica, 11 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Kent.]C. 723. Release by Thomas Wyke, Laurence atte Wode, Henry Dyn, and John Bertyn, of Maydeston, to William Cheyne, of Westmallynge, of all their right in a messuage in which Simon Halle, of Maidstone, formerly lived, and in lands, &c., in the parishes of Maidstone and Boxele, which formerly belonged to Simon Halle, in a meadow adjoining a lane called 'Wylstoneslane,' and the high road from Maidstone to Boxley; also in two pieces of land called 'Brokhole' and 'Kyngiscroft,' in the parish of Maidstone, and in land at Frerenhell, in the parish of Boxley. 4 April, 8 Henry IV.
[Wilts.]C. 724. Grant by William, son of Laurence Bron, of Marleberg, to John Brounyng, son of the late John Brounyng, of Marlborough, of a plot of laud in High Street, Marlborough. Witnesses:—Robert Russell, constable of Marlborough Castle, Nicholas le Taillour, mayor of Marlborough, and others (named). Friday after St. Matthias the Apostle, 19 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Kent.]C. 725. Grant by Guy Fairfax, serjeant-at-law, Thomas Urswyk, Recorder of London, William Porte, esquire, and William Norton, esquire, in pursuance of the will of Anne, late the wife of John Martyn, late one of the Justices of the Common Bench, to John Martyn, younger son of the said John Martyn, of the manor of Dergate in the parish of Harnell (Hernhill), and lands, &c., in the same parish; also of a tenement in the parish of Bocton under le Blene (Boughton-under-Blean). Appointment of John Tumour and John Chaundeller attornies to deliver eeisin. 20 February, 4 Edward IV. Seal, and fragment of a seal.
[Bucks.]C. 726. Grant by Thomas de Lasale, of Monk's Riseburg, to William Quenterel of land in Risborough aforesaid, lying upon 'la Broke,' being the headland (forera) of a furlong called 'la Donee," [13th century.]
[Middx.]C. 727. Release by Richolda, late the wife of William de Basinges, late citizen of London, to James Beauflour, citizen of the same city, of all her right in a piece of land, &c., in the field of Stebenhuth (Stepney), adjoining the highway of Chapelstrate. London, Wednesday the vigil of St. Thomas the Apostle, 12 Edward II. Seal.
Sussex.C. 728. Grant by William Natle to William a Neston, John Zelling, and John Jakelyng of lands, &c., in the parish of Walderne and Hethfeld, and of other land. Waldron, feast of Pentecost, 26 Henry VI. Damaged.
[York.]C. 729. Grant by John, son of Hugh le Nodder, of Brerelay, to Richard del Werk, of Erdeslay, of a yearly rent of 2s. 6d. in Cutheworth, out of a moiety of a messuage and out of land in Cudworth, and of 12d. and 18d. yearly rent out of the other moiety of the said messuage, and out of other land in the same place. Holy Innocents' Day, 15 Edward III.
[Staff.]C. 730. Grant by James, son of Sir Nicholas de Audeleyge, to John de Hawkeston, of a plot of land in the fee of Audley, called 'le Bowhay,' between land called 'Walschemonesfold' and the land of Adam de Cestertone, together with a piece of land called 'Knuttenemor.' Holeyge Castle, Saturday after St. Augustine, 6 Edward III.
[ ]C. 731. Bond of William Tayle to John Tayle, his brother, for 10l. sterling. Friday after Michaelmas, 13 Henry VI. Defeasance endorsed.
[Worc.]C. 732. Demise by Thomas, Earl of Ormond, to William a Penne, of Harborow, yeoman, of a parcel of land lying in the wastes of the lordship of Hagley and Clent, on both sides of the brook called 'Stakynbroke,' from the Hoore stone to the nether end of the land of Thomas Coffton, with fishings, &c., belonging. 10 February, 15 Henry VII. English.
[Linc.]C. 733. Demise by Richard Foulere, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, to William Whorewode, the elder, and William Whorewode, the younger, of the demesne lands, &c., of the manor of Horsyngdon. 16 January, 12 Edward IV. English.
[Dorset.]C. 734. Grant by William Ekerdon, clerk, and Robert Veel, to Humfrey Stafford, the elder, knight, Robert More, John Frompton, John Heryng, Walter Byngham, clerk, Adam Norton, clerk, Peter Bailly, clerk, Thomas Cole, of Waymouth, and William Ricard, of burgages, lands, and tenements in Melcombe Regis. Witnesses:—Ivo fitz Wareyn and Robert Latymer, knights, and others (named). 14 March, 12 Henry IV. Two seals.
Chesh.C. 735. Grant by Urian Eggerton, parson of the church of Haselwall, James Bolton, late vicar of the church of Audeley, Richard Weston, vicar of the church of Maudeley, and John Yonge, feoffees of Hugh Egerton, esquire, to John Eggertcn, son and heir of the said Hugh, and Alice his wife, daughter of John Gresley, knight, and the heirs male of the body of the said John, of lands, &c., in Hashulwall, except the wood there, and except a moiety of the advowson of Hashulwall Church; and also grant of a messuage and lands in Newbolt, and three other messuages in the same vill, one of which the grantors held with William Wore, parson of the church of Mocleston, and Richard Walker, vicar of the church of Webunbery, deceased. Appointment of Thomas Smyth, of Betley, and Richard Brassyngton attornies to deliver seisin. Witnesses:—John Maynwaryng, John Bromley, and Robert Fulleshurst, knights, and others (named). 20 December, 18 Edward IV. Fragments of three seals.
[Surrey.]C. 736. Letters of attorney from John Drynkewater, of Pekham, Surrey, to Richard Skynner, authorising him to deliver seisin to Thomas Owgham, vicar of the parish church of Camberwell, of land enclosed within hedges in the parish of Camberwell, between a field called 'Estlongedowne' and the highway from Pekham to Camberwell. 8 December, 38 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
Kent.C. 737. Grant by Richard Brown, of the parish of St. Mary's in the hundred of Hoo, to William Halton, late of Rochester, gentleman, of four parcels of land in the parish of St. Mary's aforesaid, part lying in Uppertrynte, containing 16 'daywercs' of land, adjoining the land of Henry Ferrers, knight, part at Northmyldowne, part in the field called 'Waterlokkys' at Wyngate. St. Mary's Hoo, 10 February, 13 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
Staff. Salop. Chesh.C. 738. Grant by John Egerton, of Wrymhill, esquire, to Master Richard Delves, clerk, Master Robert Foulehurst, clerk, John Aston, knight, John Harcourt, William Chetwyn, John Cotes, and Humfrey Hill, of his manors of Wrymhill, Chedilton, Haselwall, and Caldey, also of lands, &c., in the counties of Stafford, Salop, and Chester, except lands assigned to Eleanor, the grantor's wife, by way of jointure, and except a burgage tenement in Newcastle-under-Lyme, to hold on the trusts of a schedule annexed. Appointment of John Brassyngton and Hugh Brenner attornies to deliver seisin. 28 May, 7 Henry VIII.
Schedule annexed: The above feoffees were to stand possessed of the premises (over the value of 40l.), to the use of the grantor for life, and after his decease to pay annuities to his wife and his daughter Isabella, to his bastard sons Robert, John, and Richard, to William Eggerton, of Batteley, and to John Brassyngton; and subject thereto to the use of the heirs male of the grantor's body, with limitations over in favour of his brothers, and the heirs male of their bodies. English.
[Sussex ?]C. 739. Grant by Robert Crop to Marion Bourswain, of pieces of land in the vill of Seoford. [13th century].
Kent.C. 740. Letters of attorney from John Aleyn, of Codam, Kent, William Cawystyn, of Westwykham in the same county, Thomas Shot, of Hese (Hayes), Kent, and Richard Asshelegh, of Cudham aforesaid, husbandmen, to Thomas Notson, citizen and draper of London, authorising him to deliver seisin to Katherine Hayman, daughter of Richard Hayman, citizen and barber of London, and Alice his wife, daughter and heiress of John Hever, deceased, of lands, &c., in the said parish of Hayes, which formerly belonged to the said John Hever. 24 November, 1 Henry VII. Seal.
[N'hamp.]C. 741. Grant by . . . . . . . . e, Master of the Hospital of St. David by Kyngusthorp, and the brethren of the same, to Thomas . . . . . . ., of Bucketon, Alice his wife, Joan, Emma, Joan, Agnes, Henry, and Alice, their children, of lands, &c., which John Bussell formerly held in the vill of Bucketon aforesaid, part in Damfurlang, part called 'Bekemanwell,' part in Westlonges, for their lives. Wednesday before Easter, 17 Richard II. Damaged.
[Sussex.]C. 742. Grant by Simon, son of Ralph le Wyte, to William Aleyn, of a croft of land adjoining the street leading from the wood of Hamo Bonet towards 'la Broclonde,' in the parish of Yfeud; also of 5d. yearly rent issuing out of a tenement in the same parish. [13th century.]
Essex.]C. 743. Grant by John Brok, of Stratford-atte-Bowe, and Sarah his wife, to Stephen in la Lane, of Westhamme, and Margery his wife, of all their pasture in the whole of 'la Lake' in the said vill of Westhamme, adjoining the waterside and the wood of the abbey and convent of Stratford, and the highway from London to Chelmsford. Westhamme, Friday the feast of St. Martin, 36 Edward III.
Glouc.C. 744. Grant by Giles de Brigge, esquire, to Thomas Brigge, his son and heir, and Florence his wife, daughter of the late William Darell, esquire, deceased, and Elizabeth his wife, of a yearly rent of 100s., out of the grantor's manor of Elffelde; with a condition that if the grantor shall at any time enfeoff them of lands, &c., above the yearly value of 100s. in the counties of Hereford, Gloucester, or Worcester, the said rentcharge shall not be leviable. 10 February, 31 Henry VI.
[Oxford.]C. 745. Grant by John West, of Worton, to William Suthewelle, of Cumbe, of a plot of land with dykes, &c., in Worton, between the messuages of John le Warenner and William le Bykenere. Witnesses:—John le Warenner, and others (named). Saturday after Michaelmas, 6 Edward II.
Bucks.C. 746. Grant by Stephen Estewycke, the elder, of Lavenden, yeoman, to George Welles, of Great Gaddesden, Herts, yeoman, of a messuage, lands, &c., in the vill and fields of Lavenden aforesaid, and also all other his lands, &c., in Lavenden which he had lately granted to the said George; to hold to the use of the said Stephen and Alice his wife, for life, and after their decease for Stephen Estwicke, the younger, son and heir of the grantor, and for Joan Welles, and the heirs of the bodies of the said Stephen the younger and Joan. 26 March, 1 Edward IV.
Endorsed: Memorandum of livery of seisin.
Kent.C. 747. Grant by Guy Fairfax, serjeant-at-law, Thomas Urswyk, Recorder of London, William Porte, esquire, and William Norton, esquire, in pursuance of the will of Anne, late the wife of John Martyn, late one of the Justices of the Common Bench, to Robert Martyn, of Faversham, sen of the said John Martyn, and the heirs of his body, of the manor of Perywode, which the grantors held jointly with William Wangeford, late serjeant-at-law, deceased, by the feoffment of the said Anne, Matthew Philyp, citizen and alderman of London, and William Stevyn. Appointment of William Depedale and William Barowe attornies to deliver seisin. 20 February, 4 Edward IV. Two seals.
[N'hamp.]C. 748. Demise by John Greiby, master of the House or Hospital of the Holy Trinity by Kyngesthorpe, and the brethren of the same, to Peter Wyrcetyr, of Westhaddon, and Emma his wife, of a messuage, &c., with land, and a meadow belonging thereto, in Westhaddon. 2 November, 17 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Suff.]C. 749. Grant by Isabella de Stanfeld, of Reydon, widow, to John Scut, her son, of a piece of land in Reydon, adjoining the way called 'le Langestrete.' Monday before St. Lucy the Virgin, 35 Edward I.
[Kent.]C. 750. Grant by Walter son of John de Maydenestane, to Walter Colpeper, of a tenement in the parish of East Farleghe, which descended to the grantor after the death of Thomas his late brother. Witnesses:— William atte Lake, serjeant of Farleghe, and others (named). Tuesday the feast of St. Ambrose in April, 11 Edward II.
[Heref.]C. 751. Grant by Thomas Restard, of Welynton, to Simon Mylburne, esquire, John Mylburne his son, John Danyell, vicar of the church of Wellington aforesaid, and William Hoggys, of lands, &c., in Wellington, Bodenham, Maurdyn, Turemarshe, Netherluyd, and Burghill. 10 February, 8 Edward IV.
[Bedf.]C. 752. Grant by John Page to John, son and heir of William Tryggez, of Dunstable, of a tenement in West Street, Dunstable, adjoining Ikenildestrete. Dunstable, Wednesday after St. Tiburcius and St. Valerian, 34 Edward III.
[York.]C. 753. Grant by Alice, late the wife of Thomas Bell, of Cottheworth, to John Mason, of Roreston, and John Buldure, of Penistone, chaplains, of lands, rents, &c., in the vills and boundaries of Thurleston and Peniston. The Circumcisiom, A.D. 1397.
Herts.C. 754. Grant by Edward Spendelove, gentleman, to Joan Spendelove, of the town of St. Albans, widow, his mother, of a messuage and garden in Holywelstrete, St. Albans, bounded on one side by a hedge called 'Pottereshegge'; also other lands and tenements both in St. Albans and in the parish of St. Michael's by St. Albans; also the manor called 'Aynell,' in the vill and parish of Hemelhamstede, with lands, &c. at the same place. Witnesses:—Thomas Beverley, bailiff of the town of St. Albans, and others (named). 30 September, 5 Edward IV.
Cornw.C. 755. Bargain and sale by John Marny, of Essex, knight, to John Glynne, of Cornwall, gentleman, of a parcel of wood within the former's manor of Kylquyt, adjoining the river called Dunmere, for three years. 21 November, 37 Henry VI. English.
[Norf.]C. 756. Grant by Alan, rector of the church of Carleton St. Peter, and Geoffrey Mynyot, citizen of Norwich, to John Hope, of Sithyng, and Helvynya his wife, of a tenement in Seething, called 'Lammysyerd,' and 9 pieces of arable land in the field of Seething. Sunday after St. Matthias the Apostle, 32 Edward III.
[Warw.]C. 757. Grant by Nicholas de Barre, sojourning in Solihull, to William atte Byrches, of Solihull, of a yearly rent of 26s., issuing out of lands and tenements at Burmyngeham. Wednesday before St. Simon and St. Jude, 5 Henry IV.
Norf. Suff. Sussex. Surrey.C. 758. Demise by the Lady Philippa, Queen of England, to Simon Noreys, clerk, rector of the church of Castor in Flegg, and John de Repynghale, of the wardship of the manors of Wyrmegay, Rungeton, Stowe, Fyncham, Wynbergh, Strumpesawe, Cantele, and Clopton, in Norfolk and Suffolk, and the manors of Bercompe, with the rents of Berwyk, Barlyng, and Flecchyng in Sussex, and the manor of Adyngton in Surrey, which belonged to Sir John de Bardolf, knight, to whom the wardship had been granted by the King during the minority of the heir: to hold from the death of the said Sir John de Bardolf until the said heir should attain full age; reserving to the said Queen the knights' fees, advowsons of churches, &c., together with incidents of feudal tenure. Chertsey, 30 November, 37 Edward III.
[Devon.]C. 759. Release by John Tayle, of Tavystok, Devon, 'helere,' to Thomasine his wife, of all his right in messuages, lands, &c., in the borough of Tavistock aforesaid. 25 August, 19 Edward IV.
[Bedf.]C. 760. Grant by William Chapel (de Capella), of Dunstable, to William Nicholis, of a croft in South Street, Dunstable, adjoining the wall of the lord prior of Dunstable on the north and west, together with an easement of a lane for carts leading from Wathlingestrate to the said croft. Saturday after St. James the Apostle, 3 Edward II.
Kent.C. 761. Release by Richard Brown, of the parish of St. Mary in the hundred of Hoo, to William Halton, late of Rochester, gentleman, of all his right in four parcels of land lying at different places in the said parish of St. Mary. 12 February, 13 Edward IV.
Kent.C. 762. Grant by Guy Fairfax, serjeant-at-law, Thomas Urswyk, Recorder of London, William Porte, esquire, and William Norton, esquire, in pursuance of the will of Anne, late the wife of John Martyn, late one of the Justices of the Common Bench, to Richard Martyn, son of the said John and Anne, and the heirs of his body, of the manor of Sesaltre, and of tenements called 'Pympes tenements' in Seasalter aforesaid. Appointment of John Robert, of Faveresham, and William Depedale attornies to deliver seisin. 20 February, 4 Edward IV. Three seals.
[Warw.]C. 763. Grant by Alice, late the wife of John Dawesone, of Solyhull, to Richard de Buckemor, of Coventre, John Elys, Richard de Caldeforde, chaplain, and John le Darkere, of Coventre, of all her lands, houses, &c., in the liberty of Solyhull, and Longedon by Solyhull, except a house called 'le Insetunhous' in Solyhull. Monday after Hilary, 23 Edward III.
[Bedf.]C. 764. Grant by John Plomer, of Wypsnade, to John Man and John Cory, clerks, of a messuage, garden, and land in Whipsnade, abutting on the common green of Whipsnade, at Wanewyk, and in Lyngeresfeld. Whipsnade, the Purification, 10 Henry IV. Seal.
[Middx.]C. 765. Release by Philip, son of Dionisia Lovecote, to Robert Lovecote, fishmonger, of London, and Isabella his wife, Philip's sister, of all his right in a croft called 'Smithicroft' in the prebend of Totenhale, lying between the land of the lord of Totenhall and land called 'Blemondisberi' (Bloomsbury), adjoining the land of Master John de Sechevile. Witnesses: —Sir Ralph de Seinfontanis, Master of the Hospital of St. Giles, London, and others (named). Edward I.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment before the Justices of the Common Bench, Octave of the Purification, 9 Edward I.
[N'hamp.]C. 766. Demise by Master John Day, parson of the church of Barby, co. Northampton, to Alexander Belche, of the same place, husbandman, of the parsonage and benefice of Barby. 1 May, 23 Henry VII. English.
[Oxford.]C. 767. Demise by Robert Hyde and Margaret his wife, to Nicholas Norisse, son of Hugh Norisse, and Eleanor his wife, of the reversion of a messuage in Curtlyngton called 'Croxfordesplace,' after the death of Katherine Carssewell, which Thomas Carsewell, and Katherine his wife, had demised to the said Nicholas and Eleanor for the life of the said Katherine. Whit Sunday, 10 Henry V. Seal.
[Warw.]C. 768. Release by John, son and heir of Richard Barry, of Berkeswell, to Reginald, son of John Barry, of the same place, of all his right in lands, &c., in Berkeswell, which belonged to his said father. Sunday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 13 Edward III.
[Kent.]C. 769. Release by Roger de Faukeham to John de Horton and Elizabeth his wife, of a field called 'Margerieland,' and another field called 'Everardesland,' together with land called 'Kyngesland,' in the parish of Faukeham. Horton, vigil of All Saints, 29 Edward I. Seal.
[Oxford.]C. 770. Release by John de Sottewell, to John de Alveton, of 5s. yearly rent which the former was accustomed to receive for land called 'Corkeslond,' in Rutherfeld Murdak. Rutherfeld Pipard, 10 November, 25 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Suff.]C. 771. Release by Richard Yaxlee to Thomas Carman, vicar of Yaxlee, of all his right in lands, &c., in Yaxlee aforesaid, Tharndeston, Palgrave, Melles, and Little Thornham, or elsewhere within the hundred of Hertysmere. Yaxlee, 20 March, 23 Edward IV.
[Staff.]C. 772. Grant by Moses de Wautham, to Amice, daughter of Richard lord of Gryrnmescote, and the heirs of her body, of all his land, messuages, &c., in the fee of Womborn and Overton, which he held of William de Overton, and John, son of Walter de Cottewalle, vicar of Womborn. Witnesses:—William de Wroteslee, and others (named). [13th century.]
[Warw.]C. 773. Demise by Adam Wylcok and Margery his wife to Richard atte Birches, of Solihull, chaplain, for their lives, of lands, &c., in the fee of Solihull, which formerly belonged to Richard atte Slouh, father of the said Margery, of Shireleye in Solihull. Wednesday before St. Mark the Evangelist, 45 Edward III. Seal.
[Suff.]C. 774. Grant by Andrew de Bures, knight, and Alice his wife, to William le Schepherd, of Leyham, and Sarah his wife, and the heirs of the the body of the said William, of a piece of land called 'le Greneslond,' in the said vill of Leyham, by the way leading from Leyham church towards 'le Mochelewod.' Aketon, Sunday after St. Martin the Bishop, 11 Edward III.
[Warw.]C. 775. Release by Alice, late the wife of Alexander Wodekoc, of Solihull, to Robert atte Orchard, chaplain, of the same place, of all her right in a croft in 'le Orchard' in Solihull. Friday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 17 Edward III.
[Norf.]C. 776. Grant by Roger Norman, of Beston, to Geoffrey de Leem, of a messuage and eight pieces of land in Estwodefeld, in Dilham. Monday after the Exaltation of Holy Cross, 1 Edward II.
[Wilts.]C. 777. Letters of attorney from Robert Dyneley and Margaret his wife, to John Warton and John Heye, authorising them to deliver seisin to Thomas Skelton, John Masy, and Gilbert Haydok, knights, William Gascoign, Nicholas Gascoign, Richard Gascoign, William Hornby, Thomas Hornby, Gilbert Dyneley, Eobert Cholmeley, Richard Dyneley, James Dyneley, John Raynforde, the elder, Henry Scaresbrok, Ralph Langeton, Richard Banastre, Henry Walton, the elder, Peter Bolton, clerk, William Craas, clerk, Nicholas Faukener, and Robert Eklesleye, of the manors of Fitelton and Coumbe, and also of two-thirds of the manor of Hakeneston, and of other lands, &c., in Coumbe, Fitelton, Northtudeworth and Hakeneston, except one-third of the manor of Fitelton, called 'the Kyngesfee.' Fitelton, 16 December, 18 Richard II. Seal, and fragment of seal.
[Staff.]C. 778. Grant by Eoger Heth to Ranulph Eggerton of all his messuages lands and hereditaments in Oneley. Witnesses:—Sir Henry de Crompton and others (named). 29 October, 2 Henry VIII.
[Warw.]C. 779. Grant by John atte Orchard, of Longodon, to William son of Thomas atte Birches, of Solihull, of 20s. yearly rent, issuing out of his lands in Longodon by Solihull. Sunday after Michaelmas, 11 Edward III.
[Kent.]C. 780. Grant by Robert Selvestre to Joan, daughter of John ate Wetere, of Eastbarmlying, of a piece of land with garden, houses, &c., in the parish of East Farlegh. Thursday after the Nativity of St. Mary the Virgin, 17 Edward III.
[Wilts.]C. 781. Grant by Edward de Wymondiswold, chaplain, and John Cle to Matilda de Holbech, Thomas de Holbech, Michael Skyllyng, John Whitewell, John Eoland, John Bays, Henry Bracle, rector of the church of Fitelton, and William Hoclyne, of two-thirds of the manor of Fitelton, the advowson of Fitelton church, and other lands, tenements, &c., which the grantors had of the feoffment of William de Holbech; and also all their lands, &c., in Northtudeworth and Combe. Feast of St. Nicholas, 46 Edward III. Two seals.
Ireland.C. 782. Grant by Thomas Bulleyn, knight, Viscount Eocheford, son and heir of Lady Margaret Bulleyn, alias Butler, Lady Anne Seyntleger, alias Butler, and Lady Margaret Bulleyn, alias Butler, daughters and coheiresses of Thomas Butler, late Earl of Ormond, and George Seyntleger, knight, son and heir of the said Lady Anne Seyntleger, to Bartholomew Dillon, knight, of the office of steward and keeper of the courts belonging to their manors of Eussh Turvy and Balskaddon, in the county of Dublin, Blakcastell and Donaghmour, county Meath, and Oghterard and Castelwarnyng, connty Kildare. 20 February, 19 Henry VIII.
[York.]C 783. Grant by Richard Oxspryng, of Oxspryng, to Sir William Dronffeld, of Westbretton, knight, and Eobert Corffe, of Wakefeld, clerk, of lands, tenements, &c., in the vills and within the bounds of Oxspryng and Derton. Monday the feast of St. Gregory the Pope, 4 Henry IV. Seal. Injured.
[Essex.]C. 784. Grant by William Lymbergwe, of Westhamme, and Joan his wife, to Richard Rolf, of the same place, and Margery his wife, of pasture land in Westhamme, in 'la Lake,' adjoining the wood of the abbot and convent of Stratford. Westhamme, 2 July, 46 Edward III.
Devon.C. 785. Grant by John Austyn and Nicholas Arnel to Millicent, late the wife of John Olyver, of messuages, lands, &c., in Kyngesbridge and Dodebroke, for her life. Witnesses:—William Sormunde, provost of the borough of Kyngesbridge, and others (named). Monday the vigil of the Circumcision, 10 Richard II. Seal.
[Oxford.]C. 786. Demise by Robert Hyde and Margaret his wife, to Nicholas Norisse, sou of Hugh Norisse, and Helen his wife, of the reversion, after the death of Katherine, wife of Thomas Carssewell, of a messuage in Curtlyngton called 'Croxfordesplace,' with lands, &c. Witnesses:—William Coston, vicar of Curtlyngton, and others (named). Curtlyngton, Whit Sunday, 10 Henry V. Fragments of two seals.
Kent.C. 787. Release by William Ferrers, John Fastolf, Edward Wythyngham, and Constantine Dewy (?), clerk, to Roger Fenys, knight, Richard Wakeherst, and Thomas Baynden, of all their right in the manors of Hevere Cobham and Hevere Brokays, and in lands, tenements, &c., in the parishes of Hevere and Chidyngstone. Witnesses:—Reginald Cobeham and John Sakevile, knights, and others (named). 20 December, 2 Henry VI. Damaged.
[Essex.]C. 788. Grant by John Attefane, of Thaxsted, elder son of William Attefane, to William Hamond, of the same place, lately called the younger, then the elder, Thomas Hamond, cutler, John Hamond, chapman, John Long, Thomas Long, Laurence Broxhed, and John Spilman. of the same place, of a croft called 'Longecroft' in Thaxsted, abutting on land called 'Walkelinges.' Appointment of Thomas Dorevall, and William Netherstrete, of Thaxsted, attornies to deliver seisin. 15 February, 14 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
Staff. Chesh.C. 789. Grant by Marjery de Hawot to Ralph Egertun, of all her lands, &c., in the vill of Bettelegh, Staffordshire, together with a piece of the turbary in Crakahnosse, in the fee of Betley, in Cheshire adjoining 'le Wryme Syche,' also of various pieces of land by 'le Wryme Hull.' 3 June, 7 Henry VI.
Devon.C. 790. Release by Richard Martyn, of Bodennek, to William Tayle, of Tavystok, of all his right in messuages, lands, &c., in Tavistock. Sunday after the Exaltation of Holy Cross, 13 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Bedf.] [Herts.]C. 791. Grant by John Raven, of Berkhamstede, and William Neel, of Dunstable, to Thomas Mayhys, of Dunstable, of lands, &c., in Dunstable, Cadyngton, Kensworth and Houghton Regis. Thursday after the Epiphany, 13 Richard II.
[Wilts.]C. 792. Demise by Margaret Dyneley, lady of the manor of Fytelton, and Robert Dyneley, to John Monk, of a toft and land which formerly belonged to Ralph Bole, and a cottage and garden formerly John Burgh's, in Fytelton, for the lives of the said John Monk, Joan his wife, and Alice and Margaret his daughters. Thursday after St. Faith, 2 Henry VI. Seal.
[Bedf.]C. 793. Grant by Henry le Smyth, of Dunstable, to Thomas de Chetindon, and Alice his wife, of land in the fields of Dunstable, Houghton Regis and Toturno, part thereof extending upon Carterweys, part in Theringsdene, &c. Tuesday after St. Andrew the Apostle, 12 Edward III. Seal.
[Herts.]C. 794. Grant by John Grygges, son and heir of Gregory le Bacer, of Dunstable, to John Houtotes, of the same place, and Alice his wife, of land at 'le Styperesdon,' in the field of Kenesworth. Friday after St. Dunslan, Archbishop, 19 Edward III.
Endorsed: Memorandum that the above deed was a security for money advanced.
[Bucks.]C. 795. Grant by Robert Marmyoun, of Wych, to Walter Woderoue of Haddesovere, and Joan his wife, of land in the manor of Hedsor, part thereof in the field of Shenyndone; also of meadow land in Brodeforlonges. Sunday the feast of St. Edmund, King and Martyr, 11 Edward II.
Essex.C. 796. Grant by Thomas Hamond, of Thaxsted, Essex, cutler, and Thomas Longe, of the same place, to Sir Miles Hudgeson, perpetual vicar of the parish church of Thaxsted, Christopher Johnson, chaplain of the chantry there, William More, alias Taylour, Nicholas Case, John Abirford, the elder, William Camberleyn, and Henry Hamond, Richard Hamond, William Fryday, Robert Perry, John Cobyn, the elder, of Stebbyng, Henry Cobyn and John Cobyn, the younger, sons of the said John Cobyn, the elder, John Spilman, butcher, William Spilman and John Spilman, sons of the said John Spilman, butcher, John Spilman, draper, William Longe, son of the said Thomas Longe, William Longe, son of John Longe, Thomas Spilman, butcher, Richard Spilman, and John Bayle, the elder, of a croft of land called 'Longe crofte' in Thaxsted aforesaid, to hold for the purposes of the will of William Hamond, the elder. The deed recites that the said William Hamond had, by his will dated 1473, devised the premises to feoffees, to apply the rents, &c., towards performing his obit and requiem masses, &c., in Thaxsted parish church. 16 January, 2 Henry VIII. Fragments of two seals.
Endorsed: Memorandum of names of witnesses and notice of livery of seisin: also a memorandum that the other part of the above indenture "restith in the comone hudche of Thaxsted chirche."
[Devon.]C. 797. Letters of attorney from Robert Lyvediston, alias Lydiston, to John Blakaller and William Palmer, to deliver seisin to Nicholas Carreu, knight, William Hyouves, clerk, and Thomas Lydeston, chaplain, of a messuage and garden in Dodbrok, and of a burgage and garden in the same place. Thursday before the Purification, 11 Henry VI.
[Essex.]C. 798. Demise by Dame Katherine de Goldigtone, to William le Warner, of Storemere, of land in the fields of Lollynglee and Horsetepet. Wednesday, Michaelmas day, 13 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Middx.]C. 799. Grant by Matilda le Vayre, of Stebenhethe (Stepney), to Henry le Dariere, wheelwright in Aldgate Street, and Agatha his wife, of a moiety of a curtilage next the grantor's house in the parish of St. Dunstan, Stepney, in Blithehale. [13th century.]
[Bedf.]C. 800. Grant by Alice, late the wife of William de Shefforde, of Dunstable, to Henry le Smyth, of the same place, of land in the fields of Dunstable, Houghton Regis, and Toturno. Tuesday the Nativity of St. Mary the Virgin, 12 Edward III. Fragment of seal.