Deeds
C.801 - C.900

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1890

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'Deeds: C.801 - C.900', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 465-476. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64237 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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C.801 - C.900

Chesh. Staff. Salop.C. 801. Grant by Urian Eggerton, rector of the church of Haselwall, to Hugh Eggerton, of Wrymehill, and the heirs male of his body, of all his manors, messuages, lands, &c., which the grantor held with William Wore, late parson of the church of Mucleston, Richard Walker, late vicar of the church of Wibunbury, James Bolton, late vicar of the church of Audeley, Richard Weston, late vicar of the church of Maudeley, and John Yonge, deceased, in the counties of Chester, Stafford, and Salop. Appointment of William Haywode and Richard Bagnall attornies to deliver seisin. Witnesses:—Robert Fouleshurst, knight, and others (named). Le Wrymehill, 3 April, 11 Henry VII. Duplicate of C. 810. Fragment of seal.
Bedf.C. 802. Grant by Simon Umfrey, of Dunstable, to Miles Chapman, of the same place, of 6 cartloads of wood in Boukwode, to be taken when the wood should be cut down. Monday after Michaelmas, 13 Richard II.
[Norf.]C. 803. Demise by John de Dunheved and Isabella de Haggele to Sir John le Bygod, knight, of lands, tenements, &c., in Mundham, Seengges, Syselaunde, Wodeton, and Langhale, for the life of Dame Lettice, late the wife of Sir Robert le Lodne, as the same were held by the gift and demise of Sir John de Segrave. Witnesses:—Sir Edward Charles, Sir Roger de Hales, knights, and others (named). Friday before St. Martin, 29 Edward I.
[Essex.]C. 804. Grant by Robert Nottelee, of Wych, to William le Masoun, of Westhamme, Alice his wife, and Reginald, son of the said William, of part of his pasture in 'le Nerthelakee,' in Westhamme, together with the portion of the said pasture which Christina, late the wife of Warin Ede, holds as dower, when the dower shall determine. Saturday before St. Simon and St. Jude, 20 Edward II.
[York.]C. 805. Grant by John de Arcy, knight, lord of Notton, to Peter del Hill, of Notton, of lands, &c., which the grantor had by the feoffment of Richard son of John de la Wodehall, of Cotheworth, within the boundaries of the same place, for life; with remainders to his son Ralph and the heirs of his body, and others. [13th century.]
[Bucks.]C. 806. Grant by Bartholomew atte Strete, of Wendovere, and Christina his wife, to Simon de Farundone, of Monks' Risborough, of lands, &c., in parish of Monks' Risborough, for their lives. Witnesses:—Walter de Upton, knight, and others (named). 2 Edward II.
[Oxford.]C. 807. Release by John, son of the late John Darel, to Sir Ralph Pyppard, of all his right in land which Juliana, daughter of the late John de Rucote, his mother, had by the gift of the said Ralph in Rutherfeld Pyppard. Sunday before St. Perpetua and St. Felicitas, 31 Edward I.
[Kent.]C. 808. Grant by John, son and heir of William de Maydenstane, to Walter Colpeper, of land in the parish of Eastfarleghe, between the wood of the prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, called 'Le Frith,' the heath of East Farleghe, a lane called 'Gonnyldde Lane,' and the highway called 'Denestrette,' in exchange for land in Little Raskettes, Moreraskettes, and Peverelesdenes, with a grange, garden, &c. Tuesday before the Translation of St. Edward the Confessor, 13 Edward II.
[Bedf.]C. 809. Grant by William Nicholas, of Dunstable, to Bartholomew Nicholas his brother, of a plot of land, with a dovecot, in South Street, Dunstable. Wednesday before St. Denis, 20 Edward I.
Chesh. Staff. Salop.C. 810. Grant by Urian Eggerton, rector of the church of Haselwall, to Hugh Eggerton, of Wrymehill, esquire, and the heirs male of his body, of all the manors, messuages, lands, &c., which he held together with William Wore, late parson of the church of Mucleston, Richard Walker, late vicar of the church of Wibunbury, James Bolton, late vicar of the church of Audeley, Richard Weston, late vicar of the church of Maudley, and John Yonge, deceased. Appointment of William Haywode and Richard Bagnall attornies to deliver seisin. Witnesses:—Robert Fouleshurst, knight, and others (named). Le Wrymehill, 3 April, 11 Henry VII.
Duplicate of C. 801. Fragment of seal. Damaged.
[Dorset.]C. 811. Release by Matilda, late the wife of Philip Lanehous, of Weymouth, to Walter Tauntone, called Parson, of all her right in a plot of land, &c., within the liberty of Weymouth, upon 'la Keye.' Witnesses:—Philip Gilberd and Thomas Dovere, bailiffs of Weymouth, and others (named). Weymouth, Monday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 41 Edward III. Seal.
Oxford.C. 812. Grant by Thomas Marchall, of Stanlake, Oxon, to Master William Symounde, clerk, and William Savage, of all his lands and tenements, goods and chattels, in the county of Oxford and elsewhere within the kingdom. Stanlake, the Purification, 10 Henry VI.
Dorset.C. 813. Demise by William Beaushen to William Crokker and Agnes his wife, of a close of pasture called 'Okey,' and a meadow adjacent, at Beaushens, for their lives. 20 September, 21 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
Bedf.C. 814. Grant by Eobert Henxstworth, late of Edworth, to John Mustel and Walter Baldewen, of the same place, of a messuage and croft abutting on the highway called 'Stanywey.' Edworth, Thursday before St. Andrew the Apostle, 12 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Lanc.]C. 815. Demise by Roger Pekeryng to John Urswyk, Helen his wife, and Thomas their son, of a moiety of a field called 'le Coufeld,' in Caterall. 24 June, 16 Henry VI.
[Norf.]C. 816. Grant by Peter son of Peter de Alto Bosco to Nicholas de Turri of land in Bloswade, in the vill of Caltorp. Witnesses:— Sir Hugh de Cressy, Sir Thomas La Wyelle, Sir Nicholas de Bernigham, Sir Roger de Calthorp, and others (named). [13th century.] Fragment of seal.
Linc.C. 817. Grant by John de Dalton, of Bysthorpe in Lyndysey, co. Lincoln, to Robert Scheffeld, of Osylby, of two messuages in Osylby, together with lands, &c., in Osylby. Conversion of St. Paul, 11 Henry VI.
[Warw.]C. 818. Demise by William Pillynges, of Solihull, to William atte Birches, of the same place, clerk, of a plot of land and a meadow in Solihull, adjoining the highway leading from Caldefordemulne to Pillynges' house, and the highway from Olton towards Longodon, for his life. Monday after St. Nicholas the Bishop, 9 Edward III.
[Dorset.]C. 819. Grant by Adam de Larkestoke, of Bridport, to William Hygecok, of the same place, of a piece of land in the lane called 'Kyllyngeslane.' Witnesses:—Edward atte Stone, John Grey, bailiffs of Bridport, and others (named). Bridport, Monday after St. Luke the Evangelist, 22 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]C. 820. Grant by Richard le Carnevile, of Berkeswell, to William the Miller (Molendinario), of the same place, and Rose his wife, of a field called 'le Newelond,' in the territory of Berkeswell, adjoining the road leading from the temple of Walsale, &c. Monday after St. Peter in Cathedrâ, 15 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
[Oxford.]C. 821. Grant by Agnes Walkere, late the wife of William Walkere, of Stanlake, to John, son of the said William Walkere, of a yearly rent of 4½d. which Matilda le Grey, of Stanlake, was bound to pay for a tenement, land, &c., which she held of the grantor. Stanlake, Friday, Michaelmas day, 42 Edward III.
[Warw.]C. 822. Grant by Nicholas atte Birches, of Solihull, to John de Buckemor, chaplain, and William, son of Thomas Hore, of a messuage and all his lands, &c., in Solihull. Sunday after St. Ambrose, 11 Richard II.
[Suff.]C. 823. Demise by Geoffrey de Fulslo to Peter de Reydon, of land in Reydon. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Reydon, knight, and others (named), 35 Edward I.
Wilts.C. 824. Grant by Thomas Haughton, clerk, rector of Ludgershall, to George Darrell, of Westshyfford, Berks, gentleman, of three burgage tenements or messuages in Ludgershall, on the south side of Winchester Street, adjoining a tenement belonging to the chantry of St. Mary the Virgin in Ludgershall, and a common field called 'Ferme Feld,' and also burgage tenements or messuages near Ludgershall church, and one in the High Street, extending to a lane called 'Bugge lane.' 10 May, 33 Henry VIII. Signed.
Berks.C. 825. Release by William Wylicotes to Richard Wyot, John Halle, Thomas Copmanford, and John Scot, of all his right in the manor called 'Michelles Court,' in Borewardescote (Buscot), and in a parcel of land called 'Snoweswyk,' and meadow called 'Denkeneye,' together with lands, &c., in Buscot aforesaid. Witnesses:—Philip la Vache, knight, and others (named). 8 July, 5 Henry IV. Seal.
[Norf.]C. 826. Grant by John, son of Roger de la Bruere, of Fretorp, to Hervey de Redham, of a piece of marsh, lying in Medwehawe marsh in Norton. Witnesses:—Sir William de Redham, and others (named). [13th century.]
[Norf.]C. 827. Grant by Thomas son of John, vicar (vicarius) of the church of Martham, to Geoffrey Joye, of Smalbergh, of three pieces of arable land in Smalbergh. Palm Sunday, 11 Henry IV.
Bedf. Herts. Middx.C. 828. Grant by William Croyser, knight, to Sir Reginald de Grey, lord of Ruithyn, and Gerard Braybrook, knights, John Malyns, William Trailly, and Philip Herneys, of the reversion of the manors of Madecroft, Wrastelyngworth, and Tidehurst, with the reversion of lands, &c., in the parishes of Aldenham, Idelstre, Egeswere, and little Stanmere, which Elizabeth Kendale, late the wife of Edward Kendale, knight, the younger, then held for her life. Witnesses:—Sir John de Argentein, Sir John Trailly, Sir Laurence de Pakenham, Sir Thomas Hoo, Sir Thomas Fitlyng, knights, and others (named). Maydecroft, Saturday before Holy Trinity, 1 Richard II.
[Middx.]C. 829. Grant by Nicholas Dixon, Thomas Hasley, Nicholas Radeford, William Selman, and John Arderne, esquire, to William Chedworth, citizen of London, of lands, &c., with shops, &c., in the parish of St. Augustin in 'le Oldchaunge,' in the ward of Baynardescastell. London, 9 August, 21 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Oxford.]C. 830. Grant by Matilda, daughter of the late Henry Fenne, of Chemeneye, to John de Grey, of Stanlake, of a messuage and curtilage in Stanlake, and land in a croft called 'Cocuscrofte'; also a curtilage and 2s. 6d. yearly rent issuing out of a tenement in Stanlake, and two bushels of corn and barley yearly, &c. Sunday before St. Peter and St. Paul, 1 Edward III.
Ireland.C. 831. Letters of attorney of William York, the elder, and William York, the younger, to Peter Travers, Keeper of the Rolls of the King's Chancery in Ireland, Thomas Savage, merchant of Dublin, and Richard More, servant of Thomas Gay the elder, citizen of London, authorising them to receive 39l. 10s. 8d. from Michael, Archbishop of Dublin, Primate of Ireland, John Aleyn, clerk, late of co. Oxford, and Walter FitzSymond, gentleman, of the city of Dublin, and to sue on a bond given for the same. The deed states that the said William York, the elder and younger, because their seals were unknown to many, have got William Hampton, alderman of London, to affix his seal. 10 July, 5 Edward IV.
Wilts.C. 832. Grant by William Horshull to William Darell, and Elizabeth his wife, of lands, &c., in the vill and fields of Knyhteton, in the parish of Remmesbury. Witnesses:—William Sturmy, knight, and others (named). 1 March, 4 Henry VI.
[Ireland.]C. 833. Letters of attorney from William Yorke, late of the King's household, to William Yorke, the younger, citizen of London, authorising him to receive from Michael Tregurre, Archbishop of Dublin, 53l. 6s. 8d., and to sue on bonds given for the same. 16 November, 1 Edward IV. Seal.
[Suff.]C. 834. Grant by Hugh Baudewyne, son of John Baudewyne, of Boxforde, Thomas Prat, John his son, and John Walsshe, of the same place, to John Aleyn, and Richard Aleyn, of Milande (Mile End) by Colchester, of all the land, &c., which formerly belonged to John Baudewyne in Boxforde aforesaid. Saturday before the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 1 Richard II. Four seals.
[Sussex.]C. 835. Grant by John Pelham, knight, William Walesby, clerk, Richard Waller, esquire, Richard Profeet and John Wody, to Richard Heggyngworth, of a garden, &c., in Walderne, at Bollestrete, with a croft adjoining and land at the same place, to hold as of their manor of Laughton. Waldron, 8 July, 30 Henry VI. Seal, and fragment of seal.
[Bedf.]C. 836. Grant by William Smyth, of Dunstable, to William Mulsho, of the same place, and Thomas Cook, of St. Albans, of all his lands, &c., in Wipsonade, Eyton, and Toturnho. 6 January, 9 Henry V. Seal.
York.C. 837. Grant by Richard Oxspryng, of Cuthworth, to John Dronsfeld, of Stubbys, Thomas Whetelay, of Wollay, William Rueston and Richard Westhall, chaplains, of all his lands, &c., in the county of York. 12 October, A.D. 1415. Seal.
[Sussex.]C. 838. Demise by John Mareschal, of Waldern, to William de Posingewurth, of the same parish, of land and six 'daywerkes' in the parish of Waldron, adjoining the high road leading from Willardescruche towards Waldron church. Feast of St. Hilary, A.D. 1336. Seal.
[Staff.]C. 839. Grant by William, lord of Overton and Womborn, to Moses de Wantham, clerk, of land with a messuage, &c., in Womborn. Witnesses:—William, lord of Wrottesley, John, lord of Gresel, and others (named). [13th century.] Seal, imperfect.
[Camb.]C. 840. Release by Gilbert son of Henry de Nortwode to John de Nortwode, his brother, and Agnes wife of the said John of all his right in a croft called 'Hellecroft,' in Lutlingeton (LitliDgton). Witnesses: — Davit de Flittewyk, Ralph de Merstone, knights, and others (named). [13th century.] Seal.
Essex.C. 841. Grant by William Norton, son and heir of John Norton, late of Great Wendon, Essex, son and heir of William Norton, the younger, son and heir of William Norton the elder, to Thomas Page, the elder, of the same place, John Joon, the younger, William Lawe, of Little Wendon, and John Totynham, the younger, of Great Wendon, of a tenement and land in Great Wendon, adjoining a tenement called 'Blakelake,' &c., and abutting on a pasture called 'Apyltonis,' part lying in a field called 'le Brache.' 26 April, 11 Henry VIII. Seal.
[Kent.]C. 842. Release by John Aleyn, of Newhethe, to Philip Taylour, of Eylesford, of all his right in lands, &c., in the parishes of Aylesford and Dytton. 2 January, 5 Henry VI.
[Warw.]C. 843. Grant by William de Middulmor, of Solihull, to John Thone, of the same place, of a plot of land in Solihull, by the brook called 'Caldefordebrock,' &c. Sunday after St. Andrew the Apostle, 5 Edward III.
[Essex.]C. 844. Grant by Thomas, son of John Welybeten, of Bradefeld, and Joan his wife, to John de Herkestede, of Manytre, of a croft called 'Dochene,' between the land of the abbess of Legh Canons on either side, in the vill of Mistelegh. Sunday after All Saints, 13 Edward III. Two seals.
Essex.C. 845. Release by Robert Rykedon, of Essex, esquire, to John Howard, knight, Gerard Baybrook, knight, John Bale, clerk, Robert Darcy, John Gower, parson of the church of Southcherche, Nicholas Berneres, and John Bernard, of Great Waltham, of all his right in the manor of Wygepet, and in two messuages, land, pasture, meadow, wood, and 12s. rent, in Elmedon, Wendenelout (Wendon Lofts), Arkesden, and Wygepet. Saturday after the Octave of St. John the Baptist, 8 Henry V. Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment in the Chancery, 8 Henry V.
[Sussex.]C. 846. Grant by William Blakstok, the younger, and Joan his wife, to John Heth, clerk, John atte Donne, clerk, John Wiltonesherst, clerk, John Rothe, Simon Wannok, John Breuston, William Pascepe, John Ellerton, Robert Astyn, John Reyner, Richard Leghton, clerk, and John Wiltonesherst, of Hellingleghe, of lands, &c., in the parish of Haylesham. Thursday after St. Luke, 19 Richard II. Fragments of two seals.
[Essex.]C. 847. Release by Joan, late the wife of John le Sothin, of Dikeleye, to John de Herkistede, of all her right in a piece of land in the hamlet of Manitre (Manningtree), in the parish of Misteleye, abutting on Bradestrat, &c. Monday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 12 Edward II.
[Linc.]C. 848. Grant by Richard Godryck, of Grantham, and John Bond, of the new college of St. Mary of Leicester, to Gylbert Bond, of Harlaxton, and Anne his wife, of lands, &c., in the vill and. fields of Harlaxton, for their lives, &c. Tuesday before St. Valentine the Martyr, 27 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Dorset.]C. 849. Demise by Robert Beschyn to John Hanecok, the younger, and Joan his wife, of two tenements with a curtilage and lands, &c., at Wodemille, except a pasture called 'Newmede'; also of a cottage and curtilage at 'la Wodemille,' for their lives. Merschewode, Saturday before St. Mary Magdalene, 11 Richard II.
[Middx.]C. 850. Release by Edward, son and heir of John, son of Sigar de Mymmes, to Richard son of Sigar, his uncle, of all his right in land, houses, &c., which formerly belonged to Sigar de Mymmes, Edward's grandfather, in the city of London, in the parish of St. Anthony, between the tenements formerly belonging to Henry de Wautham and Thomas Bokrel, &c. Witnesses:—Sir Hugh son of Otho, Warden of London, Robert de Cornhull and Thomas de Basing, bailiffs, Henry le Waleis, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [A.D. 1269.] Fragment of seal.
[Berks.]C 851. Receipt from William Lavynder, of Abingdon, to John Leyghton, of the same place, for 40s., in part payment of a larger sum due. Abingdon, Wednesday before the Assumption, 10 Henry V.
Bedf.C. 852. Release by Joan, daughter of Philip de Wybbesnade. to Margery Raffen (Raven, in dorso), of Berkhamstede, of all her lands, &c., in Whipsnade, Stodham, Eyton, Toturnogh, and Leyghton, and a virgate of meadow in Billhammede. Sunday before St. Valentine, 42 Edward III.
[Norf.]C. 853. Grant by Isabella, late the wife of John de Leera, of Beston, to John, son of Richard Syvene, of Berton, and Avice his wife, of land in Berton. Tuesday, the Purification, 30 Edward III. Seal.
Devon.C. 854. Bond of Eobert Maundevyle, of Derthemouth, merchant, to William Mountfort, merchant, of Brydeport, for 98l. sterling. Feast of St. Simon and St. Jude, 6 Henry V. Seal.
[Berks.]C. 855. Release by Roger Gubbe, vicar of the church of Morton, Berks, to Thomas Grene, of Eschalo (East Challow), of all his right in land, &c., which formerly belonged to William Elrych, in Esthanneye. Hannay, Monday after St. Barnabas the Apostle, 3 Henry IV. Seal.
[Berks.]C. 856. Grant by Ralph de Sandon and Margaret his wife, to John de Estbury, of the reversion of lands, &c., in the vills of Goddyngflod and Sandon, which Remund le Barker, of Hungerford, and Margaret his wife, then held for the life of the said Margaret, out of the inheritance of Margaret, the grantor's wife. Hungerford, Monday after the Ascension, 29 Edward III.
[Warw.]C. 857. Indenture reciting that Thomas le Hore, of Elmedon, had enfeoffed John son of William de Ruycroft, of Hulton, and William le Hore, son of the said Thomas, of a toft with lands, &c., which feoffment was made under this condition, viz., that the said feoffees should guard the premises to the use of the said Thomas whilst a controversy lasted (durante debato), which William Breton, knight, and Richard Katermayn had maliciously and groundlessly conspired to raise in order to dispossess the said Thomas of the premises, and that when the dispute was ended the feoffees should reconvey the premises to the said Thomas, &c. Witnesses:—John Pecche, knight, and others (named). Solihull, Thursday after the Purification, 48 Edward III.
Wilts.C. 858. Release by Thomas Casteltoune, merchant, of New Sarum, to Walter Chepman, of Wottonbasset, of all his right in a messuage with curtilage, and in land in territory of Wotton aforesaid. Friday the morrow of St. Katherine the Virgin, 2 Richard II. Seal.
Wilts.C. 859. Bond of John Waldyeve, of Swyndon, esquire, and Thomas Eweyn, of Draycote, husbandman, to Nicholas Wotton, of Remmysbury, for 40l. sterling. 3 February, 17 Henry VI.
Endorsed: Defeasance, the bond to be void if the said Thomas consent to abide by the award of certain arbitrators. Two seals.
[Middx.]C. 860. Bond of Nicholas Brugge, citizen of London and merchant of Bordeaux (mercator Burdegalis), to Thomas Cole, of Weymouth, for 10l. sterling. 28 November, 10 Henry IV. Seal.
Dorset.C. 861. Grant by John Cryklade to William Beawshen, of all his manor of Beawshenysheyis in Mershwodvale, and of lands, &c., in the parishes of Mershwode and Abbotistoke in Mershwodvale aforesaid. Beawshenysheyis, Saturday after St. John the Baptist, 2 Edward IV. Seal.
Kent.C. 862. Grant by William Fenys, knight, lord of Say, son and heir of James Fenys, formerly esquire, afterwards knight, late lord of Say, to Geoffrey Boleyn, citizen and mercer of London, Master Thomas Boleyn, clerk, Master Thomas Mannyng, clerk, Thomas Urswyk, Thomas Burgoyn, Thomas Bryan, Hugh Fenne, gentlemen, and Richard Suthwell, esquire, of messuages, lands, &c., in the parishes of Hever and Chydyngston. Hever, 12 February, 39 Henry VI.
[Heref.]C. 863. Grant by John de Leye, of Morewys, to Sir William Bastart, John Woueton, John Heuene and Richard Cartewelle, of all his lands, &c., in Morewys and Sarnisfelde. Sunday the Exaltation of Holy Cross, 6 Richard II.
[York.]C. 864. Grant by William de Hepworth, vicar of the church of Ruston, and Richard Oxspring, of Cotheworth, to Elizabeth, late the wife of Nicholas de Wordesworth, of Penyston, of all their lands, tenements, &c., in the vills of Penyston and Thurleston, except tenements called 'Copstorth,' and 'le Scoles,' and land on the west of a brook called 'Penksyke,' in the territory of Penyston, for her life; with remainder to her son William and the heirs of his body, &c. Penyston, Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 1 Henry VI.
Bedf. Herts.C. 865. Grant by William Goldyngton, Edmund Bardolf, John Pecke, of Couphull, Thomas Pecke, and John Glove, to Laurence Pycot, of Dunstable, William Anable, and Henry Mauntell, of land in 'les West Innynges' of Houghton Regis, and in the field of Cadyngdon, part by roads called 'Thefwey' and 'le Wodewey.' Witnesses:—Thomas Porter, bailiff of Houghton and Eyton, and others (named). Houghton Regis, 24 September, 23 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Berks.]C. 866. Letters of attorney from Richard Wyot, John Wyot, John Halle, of Colbrok, Thomas Copmanforde, and John Scot, of Langele, authorising John Scot to receive seisin of the manors of Mychelscourt, Paynelscourt, and Snoweswyk, and a meadow called 'Pynkeneye,' together with 10l. yearly rent issuing out of the manor of Paynelscourt, with lands, &c., in Borewardescote, and the advowson of the church there. 1 May, 5 Henry IV. Four seals.
[Norf.]C. 867. Grant by John de Berneye to Sir William de Calthorp, knight, and Isabella his wife, of a piece of land in Sithingges. Witnesses: —Sir William atte Pole and Sir John de Inglese, knights, and others (named). Brunham, Sunday after Hilary, 25 Edward III.
Kent.C. 868. Grant by Guy Fairfax, serjeant-at-law, Thomas Urswyk, Recorder of London, William Porte, esquire, William Norton, esquire, in pursuance of the will of Anne, late the wife of John Martyn, late one of the King's Justices of the Common Bench, to Robert Martyn, of Faversham, son of the said John Martyn, of their manor of Perywode, which they held jointly with William Wangford, late serjeant-at-law, deceased. Appointment of William Depedale and William Barowe attornies to deliver seisin. 20 February, 4 Edward IV. Seal.
[York.]C. 869. Demise by Edmund de Stonore to John Lorewyngie and Agnes his wife, of all his lands, &c., in Hembury in the Salt Marsh, except a wood called 'le Hawe.' Witnesses:—Thomas de Sakevyle and Gilbert Wace, knights, Sir Richard Southlegh, rector of Falle, and others (named). Stonore, morrow of St. Michael, 45 Edward III. Damaged. Fragments of two seals.
[Sussex.]C. 870. Release by William Coggere, son of John Coggere, of Hellynglegh, to John Blakstok, son and heir of William Blakstok, of Hayiesham, of all his right in a messuage with houses, garden, &c., together with common of pasture upon Hayiesham heath, in Hayiesham aforesaid, on the high road leading from Hayiesham market place to Skympaynys Crosse. 22 June, 11 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Hants.]C. 871. Release by Dyonisia de Penytone, late the wife of John de Hyndale, to Adam de Hyndale, clerk, her son, and William his brother, of all her right in lands, &c., in Penytone Moysy. Witnesses:—Sirs Robert de Harnhulle and Stephen de Appoltrefel, knights, and others (named). [13th century.]
Middx.C. 872. Grant by Richard Heigham, serjeant-at-law, William Milbourne, Chamberlain of London, and John Stork, citizen and grocer of London, executors of the will of Sir William Horne, knight, late citizen and alderman of London, to John Meautis, of lands and tenements which belonged to Sir William in the parish of Haryngey; Stork covenanting to pay 200l. to the King for the benevolence of the said Sir William Horne, granted to the King for his journey into France. 18 March, 12 Henry VII. English. Three seals.
[Middx.]C. 873. Bond of Thomas Wynslow, of London, esquire, to William York, the elder, for 100 marks. 13 February, 35 Henry VI. Seal.
Bucks.C. 874. Demise by William Aynguel to Hamo le Neu . . . ., and Agnes his wife, of all his tenements, lands, &c., in Little Horwode. 10 Edward II. Damaged.
Kent.C. 875. Grant by John Broke, knight, Lord Cobham, Nicholas Lathell, gentleman, Clerk of the Pipe of the King's Exchequer, Richard Martyn, John Wybarne, the elder, and Roger Shelley, esquires, John Beauley, gentleman, and Richard Godfrey, in pursuance of the will of Richard Forde, deceased, late Remembrancer of the King's Exchequer, and at the request of Anthony Forde, son of the said Richard, to the said Anthony Forde and Joan his wife, daughter of the late John Martyn, of Graveney, esquire, and the heirs of the body of the said Anthony, of the manor called 'Sayntmary hall,' in the parish of St. Mary's Hoo; and other lands, salt marshes, &c., in the same parish. Appointment of John Pratte, yeoman, and bailiff of the hundred of Hoo, and Richard Neweton, attornies to deliver seisin. Witnesses:—Robert Rede, Serjeant-at-law, and others (named). 10 June, 2 Henry VII.
[N'hamp.]C. 876. Demise by Richard Bolleshore, Master of the Hospital of Holy Trinity by Kyngesthorp, and the brethren and sisters of the same, to Elias Pecke, of Kyngesthorp, of all their meadows in Kyngesthorp. Monday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 3 Richard II.
[Bucks.]C. 877. Grant by Thomas Holweye, of Beknesfeld, and Matilda his wife, to William Colyer, alias Prestwyk, of land by the highway leading from Beaconsfield to Wyndezore (Windsor), between the land of Hugh Berwyk, knight, and a lane called 'Walterislane.' St. Leonard's day, 43 Edward III.
Essex.C. 878. Release by Thomas Torell, of Swafham Priour, co. Cambridge, to Aubrey de Veer, knight, of all his right in the manor of Wykepet, with appurtenances in Arkesden and Walden. Witnesses:—Sir William de Wauton, knight, and others (named). Neweport, feast of St. Bartholomew the Apostle, 50 Edward III.
Kent.C. 879. Grant by Margaret Dryver, alias Margaret Wattes, widow, to John Marchall, citizen and mercer of London, Thomas Urswyk, knight, Chief Baron of the King's Exchequer, John Dunne, the elder, and Richard Hull, citizens and mercers of London, and Nicholas Bukkelly, gentleman, of a piece of land lying upon 'le doune,' in the parish of Earde; also of land in Milfeld, in the same parish, adjoining a lane called 'Millane,' by the brook running to the mill called 'Newbury.' Earde, (? Hardres), 2 May, 15 Edward IV.
[Oxford ?]C. 880. Release by William, son of William Child, of Bampton, and Joan his wife, to Stephen, son of William Raufe, of La More, of all their right in lands, &c., in Westwelde. Monday the feast of St. Faith, Virgin, 9 Edward II.
Kent.C. 881. Grant by Richard Rawlyns and Bartholomew Horwode, citizens and grocers of London, to John Scowe, citizen and stockfishmonger of London, Richard Forde, John Cook, John Beauley, John Mundes, William Cowper, gentlemen, Richard Phippis, Edmund Newman, citizens and stockfishmongers of London, and Thomas Lewis, citizen and vintner of London, of the manor of Seyntmaryhalle, and land, meadow and pasture for 157 sheep, in the marshes of Dalemerssh, Hoggekynnesmerssh, Hoggekynsham, and Litelham; also two sheep-houses in Dalemerssh, in the parish of St. Mary Hoo. Appointment of Robert Bounde and Richard Framyngham attornies to deliver seisin. Seynt Maryhall, 14 February, 49 Henry VI. Two seals.
[N'hamp.]C. 882. Demise by Master Robert de Catteworth, Master of the Hospital of St. David without Northampton, and the brethren of the same, to Thomas de Schelton, of East Haddon, Ellen his wife, and John their son, of a moiety of a messuage and curtilage in East Haddon, and of a carucate of land. Witnesses:—Henry de Bray and Roger de Sancto Andrea, knights, and others (named). Feast of St. Barnabas the Apostle, 19 Edward II. Seal, and fragments of two seals.
[Essex.]C. 883. Grant by Avice daughter of Edelina, late the wife of William Lykkedoust, of Tendring, to Nicholas le Sclyp, of Manitre, and Margery his daughter, of a piece of land with houses in the free burgage of Manningtree, in the parish of Misteley, abutting on Bradestrate. [13th century.] Fragment of seal.
Surrey.C. 884. Release by Robert Horton, of the King's Household, to John Drynkwater, the younger, of Peckham, and Elizabeth his wife, of all his right in lands, &c., in the vill and parish of Camberwell, which he had of the feoffment of Thomas Sondeford, son and heir of John Sondeford, deceased. 8 February, 8 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Oxford.]C. 885. Grant by Nicholas le Grey, of Stanlake, to Sir John Patrike, chaplain, of Stanlake, of three messuages and a curtilage in Stanlake; also of land in a croft called 'lejCocuscroft,' 2s. 6d. yearly rent, and two bushels of corn yearly. Sunday after Ascension day, 18 Edward II.
[Bucks.]C. 886. Grant by Laurence Prestwyk, of Westbraynford, Middlesex, to Thomas Knyzth, of Beknesfeld, and Cecilia his wife, of a parcel of land in the parish of Beaconsfield, called 'Walterislond,' lying between the highway leading from Beaconsfield to Farnham, and land called Hallemore,' and a lane called 'Walterislane.' Sunday before Michaelmas, 13 Henry IV.
[Berks.]C. 887. Letters of attorney from Thomas Kyngeston, knight, John Golofre, John Cotesmore, William Brocays, William Darell, and William Fynderne, authorising John Sieward and Richard Walweyn to deliver seisin to William Danvers, of the county of Berks, esquire, and Joan his wife, of the manor of Chilton, which formerly belonged to Eleanor de Sancto Amando, with lands, &c., in the vill of Chilton. 3 July, 10 Henry VI. Six seals.
[York.]C. 888. Demise by Thomas Stonore, esquire, to Nicholas Boreyate, and Christina his wife, of a messuage, land, and a cottage. &c., in the Salt Marsh, for their lives. Hembury in the Salt Marsh, 20 June, 5 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Bedf.]C. 889. Grant by Simon Umfrey, of Dunstable, to Thomas Hele, of Badelesden, Isabella his wife, and Robert Claypole, rector of the church of Wavenden, of a tenement and land in South Street, Dunstable, extending to Watlingstreet, in the field of Cadyngdon. Feast of St. George, 20 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Dorset.]C. 890. Grant by John Maydegoud, chaplain, to William Mountffort, Thomas Stykelane, Richard Huyde, Ralph Gonys, and William Tracy of a piece of land called 'Morterheygh,' within the liberty of the town of Bridport, adjoining a lane leading to Kyllyngesmell; to hold the same for maintaining the obit of Isabella Hovell, and the celebration of three masses in the church of St. Mary, Bridport, for the souls of the said Isabella and John Beljambe, once a year. Saturday after St. Thomas the Apostle, 10 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Suff.]C. 891. Grant by John le Parker, of Beckell, to Hugh de Beckell, clerk, and Joan his wife, of land in Beckell, part in a furlong called 'Bisouthewode,' part in Nuthere Tholee, part in Nuthere Hemestable, part in Denemundescroft, and part in Medforlung. Beckell,; Sunday after the Annunciation, 19 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
[Middx.]C. 892. Release by John Burgh, of the parish of St. Mary Matfelon without Algate, London, brother and heir of Thomas Burgh, esquire, lately deceased, to John Burgoyne and Robert Crouche of all his right in lands, &c., in the parishes of St. Mary Matfelon aforesaid, Stebenhithe, and Hakeney, and 12 acres of wood in Berkyngley. 14 April, 14 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
York.C. 893. Release by Robert Mason, chaplain, to Sir William Drousfeld, knight, of Westbretton, Thomas de Wheteray, of Cotheworth, and William de Roreston, chaplain, of all his right in lands, &c., in the vill and boundaries of Oxsprynge. Wakefield, the nativity of St. John the Baptist, 2 Henry IV. Seal.
Sussex.C. 894. Bond of John Routh, of Batell, to John Brown, clerk, and William Bryll, gentleman, for 4l. 6s. 8d. sterling. 7 Edward IV.
[Bedf.]C. 895. Letters of attorney from John Hardyng, of Houghton Regis, to William Hardyng his son, and John Boner, to deliver seisin to Laurence Pycot, and John Skynner, of Dunstable, of a messuage in Wipsnade, 10 November, 7 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
Devon.C. 896. Release by John Thorp (?) to William Momfort of all actions, &c. Southton Dertemouth, Monday before St. Aldelm, 2 Henry V. Seal, imperfect.
[Berks.]C. 897. Letters of attorney of Richard Denby, parson of the church of Esthenryth, authorising John Cole and John Stevenes, of East Hendred, to deliver seisin to Richard, father of the said Richard Denby, of land in East Hendred. Bradefeld, Thursday before St. Gregory the Pope, 34 Edward III. Seal.
[Chesh.]C. 898. Grant by John Eggerton, esquire, to Richard Cholmundeley, esquire, Thomas Hanmer, esquire, John Brereton, son of Ranulph Brereton, knight, and Gilbert Dutton, of all his messuages, lands, &c., in Aldelem, and a messuage and lands in Wistaston, a messuage, &c., in Chedelton, and all his messuages, &c., in Rolonehall and in Shorteforlonge, to hold to the use of Honor Eggerton, the grantor's wife, for life, with remainder to the use of the grantor and the heirs male of his body, &c. Appointment of William Eggerton and Robert Wibbunbury attornies to deliver seisin. Witnesses:—George Bromley, acting as (locum tenens) Justice of Chester, and others (named). Wistaston, 9 November, 23 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
[Bedf.]C. 899. Grant by Gilbert son of Nicholas de Wibbesnade to Nicholas de Bonedonne, and Nicholas his son and the heirs of his body, of a messuage adjoining 'le Westgrene,' and 'le West Schortegrene,' a croft and land, adjoining land of the prior of Mertone, &c. and meadow in the fields of Whipsnade and Eyton. Sunday after St. Vincent the Martyr, 16 Edward II.
[Bedf.]C. 900. Grant by Thomas Scharlok, of Wippesnad, to John Raven and Joan his wife, of a tenement adjoining the common green of Whipsnade, and adjoining a croft called 'Collis . . . . . . .' 7 Richard II. Damaged.