Deeds
C.1101 - C.1200

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1890

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'Deeds: C.1101 - C.1200', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1 (1890), pp. 495-505. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64240 Date accessed: 21 August 2014.


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C.1101 - C.1200

[Camb.]C. 1101. Grant by Thomas Lovell, gentleman, Nicholas Hugheson, gentleman, and Joan Cotton, widow, to Eleanor Cotton, of Cambridge, late the wife of Thomas Cotton, of Swaffham Bulbeet, gentleman, of a yearly rent of 5l., issuing out of their manor of Kayles, within Cambridge. 6 April, 14 Henry VII.
[N'hamp.]C. 1102. Grant by John Greyby, Master of the House or Hospital of the Holy Trinity, or St. David, by Kyngesthorp, and the brethren of the same, to William Preston, chaplain, of a house called 'the Parlour' within the said hospital, with two rooms above the said parlour, a kitchen by the hall steps, and a garden, with admission into the brotherhood of the said hospital; also of an annuity of seven marcs for his assistance in celebrating mass. The said William agrees to celebrate three obits yearly in the said hospital for the souls of John Stotesbury, Robert Greyby and Isabel his wife, and Nicholas Gryffon. 21 November, 30 Henry VI.
[Essex.]C. 1103. Grant by Thomas de Perstede, to William le Masoun, of Wcsthamme, Alice his wife and Reginald their son, of one part of his pasture in the parish of West Ham, in 'le Netherlake,' adjoining the pasture of 'le Greyabbe' of Stratford. Monday before St. Barnabas the Apostle, 2 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Wilts.C. 1104. Grant by John Cheyne, of Pynne, esquire, Richard Chichester, esquire, William Stephyns, clerk, and Thomas Loveys, to John Willughby and Robert Willughby, knights, John Wadham, esquire, Robert Stowell, esquire, John Byconell, Richard Warre, Thomas Overey, clerk, precentor of the cathedral church of Wells, Edward Stowell, William Stroode, the younger, Edmund Cheyne, Richard Maudeley, Thomas Blower, Walter Mayowe, Thomas More, and John Hill, of their manor of Lake, with lands, &c., belonging thereto, which they had of the feoffment of Richard Denshull, esquire. Witnesses:—Edmund Hungerford, knight, and others (named). 10 February, 14 Edward IV. Two seals.
Essex.C. 1105. Grant by Thomas Montgomery, knight, John Cheyne, knight, John Clopton, Thomas Peyton, William Grene, and Thomas Higham, esquires, and William Foorde, of Colchester, at the request of William Fynderne, knight, son and heir of Thomas Fynderne, knight, to Thomas bishop of Lincoln, Chancellor of England, Robert Hawbburgh, and John Thornour, clerks, Richard Heigham and Clement Clerk, of a yearly rent of 10 marcs issuing out of the manor of Roos. The deed recites that Katherine Fynderne, late the wife of the said Thomas Fynderne, daughter and heiress of Nicholas Berners, esquire, held the said manor by the feoffment of John Grene, of Essex, gentleman, and others (named), for life, with remainder to the grantors, and John Say, Thomas Tyrell, William Tyrell, of Beche, knights, and Lewis John, esquire, deceased, and had surrendered the same and released her right therein to the grantors, and that the grantors were then seised of the premises to the use of the said William Fynderne. 12 May, 19 Edward IV. Fragments of three seals.
Bucks.C. 1106. Letters of attorney from Thomas Stonor, of Stonor, Oxon, the younger, esquire, and Sybil Breknok, daughter of David Breknok, son of John Breknok, authorising Thomas Wode to receive seisin from Joan Breknok of lands, &c., in Hadnam, called 'Pennys.' 2 April, 49 Henry VI.
Heref.C. 1107. Defeasance to a bond of Walter de Houtone and William le Walshe, of the parish of Bodenham, to William Pychard de Caldecote, of Irchenfeld, for 35l. 6s. 8d. Hereford, 5 July, 39 Edward III.
[Devon.]C. 1108. Indenture by which John Prestecote, John Haulegh, and Thomas Aysshendon grant that a certain annual rent charge of 20l. granted by John Prydeaux, knight, to the said John Prestecote, &c., out of the manors of Combe in Tynhyde, Colomp John and Godeford, shall be void if the said John Prydeaux, his wife or heirs make no claim against John Montfort, of Dartmouth, or against John or William his sons, or allow the said John Montfort to bring a writ of trespass against him without any disturbance by the said John Prydeaux. 12 May, 8 Richard II. French.
[Norf.]C. 1109. Grant by Ralph, son of Richard Adamessone, of Calthorp, to Richard Buchard, of the same place, in marriage with Alice, sister of Ralph, of two pieces of land in the field of Wykemere. Witnesses:—Sir Bartholomew de Calthorp, knight, and others (named). [13th century.]
[N'hamp.]C. 1110. Receipt from the prior and convent of the priory of Chacombe to Bartholomew Brokesby, esquire, farmer of their manor of Retherby, for 36s. 8d. Chacombe, 4 May, 10 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Derby.]C. 1111. Grant by Nicholas Webster, of Sallowe, and Agnes his wife, to Master John Bothe, archdeacon of Durham, and rector of the church of Sallowe, of a cottage and garden abutting on Hundgate, in Eyton by Sallowe aforesaid, and a close in Westhorp by Eyton aforesaid. Appointment of John Longford and Thomas Husse attornies to deliver seisin. Witnesses:—Master Ralph Bothe, archdeacon of York, and others (named). Eyton, 12 October, 2 Henry VII. Fragments of two seals.
[Hants.] [Wilts.]C. 1112. Receipt from Hugh Unton and Thomas Carpynter, servants to Sir William Stonore, knight, to William Reynolds, bailiff of the said Sir William, for 7l. 6s. 8d. in part payment of the rents, &c., of his manors of Nurselynges, Bury, Lee, Seymanston and Malbrok. 9 January, 22 Edward IV.
Endorsed: Memorandum that the said William Reynolds was allowed by William Berkeley, esquire, 30s. for collecting the said rents. English.
Middx.C. 1113. Bond of Edmund Redeknape and William Redeknape, citizens and mercers of London, to Thomas Feldyng and Richard Feldyng, for 100l., for merchandise purchased from them in the Staple of Westminster. The Staple, Westminster, 29 August, 5 Edward IV. Two seals, imperfect.
Norf.C. 1114. Receipt from William Gerberge, of Wodnorton, to Oliver de Calthorp, knight, for 10 pounds of silver, yearly rent of the manor of Sything. Brunham Thorp, Monday the morrow of St. Thomas the Apostle, 17 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
Middx.C. 1115. Defeasance to a bond of William Chedworth, esquire, and John Yong, yeoman, of the county of Middlesex, to John Estgarston, citizen and ironmonger of London, for 24l. 18 January, 18 Edward IV.
[Dorset.]C. 1116. Bond of William Bewschyne, esquire, to William Olyver, of Brydporte, for 40s. Saturday before St. Luke the Evangelist, 14 Edward IV.
[Dorset.]C.1117. Release by John Estmond, merchant, of London, to John Bastien, of Bridport, of all actions. Bridport, 6 March, 11 Henry VI. Seal.
[Bucks.]C. 1118. Release by Agnes late the wife of Henry Sywat, of Wycombe, to Richard Sywat, of the same place, cornmonger, of all her right in a messuage, &c., in the borough of Wycombe, in the High Street, extending from the highway to the water flowing from the mill-dam of 'la Brugmulle,' and also in a moiety of another messuage. Witnesses:—John Sandwell, mayor of Wycombe, and others (named). 20 March, 23 Edward III.
Cornw.C. 1119. Grant by Arthur Hamely to Henry Nanskelly, perpetual vicar of the church of St. Ives, of all his messuages, lands, &c., in the manor of Allet, viz. a moiety of the said manor, with the reversion of the same, and also lands, &c., in the manor of Helwyn, viz. in Helwyn, Langergala, Tregenov, Lanvyhan, Fentenyeyn, Pennans, Trevethynek, Pymskym, Trewyns, Mes, Engrous, Penhall, Treryekes, Trencrukes, Tregontros, Trevantros, Bleythboll, Logoseke, Kerthu, Meskevammogh, Padestowe, Kilmonseke, Tregenran, and the Island of Scilly called Agnes, for the lives of the grantor and Isabella his wife, at a yearly rent of 40l.; with remainder to Margaret their daughter, and the heirs of her body, &c., with ultimate remainder to John Arundell, knight. Helwyn, Thursday the vigil of St. Simon and St. Jude, 6 Henry V. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment in the Exchequer Memoranda, amongst the Records for Michaelmas term, 7 Henry VI., in a certain process touching William Botreaux, of London, draper, and others.
[Wilts.]C. 1120. Indenture between Thomas, parson of the church of Odestoke, and John Gouteby, parson of the church of Aysshemere, of the one part, and Sir Richard de Combe, knight, and Sir Patrick de Frene. parson of the church of Batesbury, of the other part, concerning the partition of the manor of Fytelton, and the advowson of the church there. Sunday after St. Peter in Cathedra, 35 Edward III. French.
[Warw.]1121. Indenture witnessing that John Dauwesone, of Solihull, has conveyed a rent charge of 12d. to William, son of Thomas atte Birches, of the same place, with a proviso that if the said John release to the said William, and to the tenants of the same, land which the said William had by the feoffment of the said John at 'le Orchard,' at 4d. yearly rent, then the said conveyance of the said rent charge of 12d. shall be void, &c. Saturday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 23 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[ .]C. 1122. Release by John Huntyndon, the elder, of William Tayll from all actions. Friday after St. Matthias the Apostle, 1 Henry VI.
Guernsey.C. 1123. Deed poll by which John le Marchant, bailiff of the King of England in the Island of Guernsey, acknowledges the receipt of a writ from the King (set out in full—dated 26 April, 49 Edward III.), addressed to the bailiff and jurats of the said island, ordering them to deliver to Thomas de Appelby, the King's receiver there, ail arrears, forfeitures, escheats, and the goods and chattels of foreign rebels, both of the time of Walter Hwet, deceased, warden of the said island, and of other wardens, which had been detained and concealed, &c. St. Peter's Port, Monday, 1 June 1375. French; the writ in Latin.
Backs.C. 1124. Bond of Roger Wolff, of Bechaumpton, to William Anable, the elder, for 10l. St. Clement's day, 2 Henry IV.
Oxford.C. 1125. Demise by John Tryllyng, fuller, of Stanlake, to William Herford, of the same place, for life, of a tenement and garden at a yearly rent of 4s. Stanlake, the feast of St. Clement the Pope, 29 Henry VI.
[Oxford.]C. 1126. Demise by Edward Gybbis to John Tryllyng, for 60 years, of a cottage in Stanlake, called 'Deperwite,' with garden adjoining. The Invention of Holy Cross, 3 Henry VI.
[Oxford.]C. 1127. Demise by William Marchall, of London, to Thomas Hille, of Wodestoke, cordwainer, and Joan his wife, of a tenement in Wodestock called 'Marchall Place,' except a shop and closet. 20 September, 37 Henry VI.
[Dorset.]C. 1128. Release by Walter Tracy to William Mountfort of all actions. 10 June, 8 Henry VI.
Oxford.C. 1129. Indenture of apprenticeship by which Thomas Marchall, son of William Marchall, of Stanlake, gentleman, binds himself to Robert Austyn, mayor of New Wodestoke, mercer, to learn the business of a mercer, wax-chandler, and cap-maker. 10 May, 9 Edward IV.
[Middx.]C. 1130. Deed poll by which William Paston, of London, gentleman, declares that he has been present at the reckoning between the Earl of Ourmond and Edmund Teversham, late servant to the said Earl, and that 6s. 8d. has been paid to the said Edmund, in full satisfaction of all claims. 10 September, 5 Henry VII. English. Fragment of seal.
[Dorset.]C. 1131. Release by John atte Leie, alias Thoker, of Stokewude, to William Mountfort, of Bridport, of all actions. Bridport, the morrow of All Saints, 10 Henry IV.
Dorset.C. 1132. Indenture of apprenticeship binding Thomas Beryman, of Briggewater, to John Burges, of Bridport, grocer and mercer, and Agnes his wife. 10 March, 18 Henry VI.
[Hunt.]C. 1133. Release by William Edekyn, of Jakele, to John son of William de Heythe, of the same place, chaplain and Isabella his sister, of all his right in land in the parish of Jakele by Tustmere, in a field called 'le Northfeld.' Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas, 20 Edward II.
[Dorset.]C. 1134. Grant by John Gilbert and Emma his wife, to William Palmare, tailor, of Weymouth, of a garden within the liberty of Weymouth, in South Street. Witnesses:—William Glovare and Thomas Payn, bailiffs of Weymouth, and others (named). 29 April, 15 Richard II.
[Worc.]C. 1135. Release by William Sperhauk, of Pershore, to John Ruyehale, of the same place, of all his right in a croft in the field of Wyke, called 'Netherpattelake.' Pershore, Saturday the Invention of Holy Cross, 11 Henry IV.
[Warw.]C. 1136. Grant by John atte Graunge, of Solihull, to Richard de Caldeford, of the same place, chaplain, of 2s. 11d. rent in Solihull, which Adam atte Graunge his father used to receive from Roger de Bourton, harper, and Isabella his wife, and Robert de Sutton and Hauwise his wife, for land by 'la Ronwode' called 'the Holdeheye.' Sunday after the Purification, 29 Edward III.
[ ]C. 1137. Bond of John Hony, of Ireland, gentleman, Thomas Robyns, of London, brewer, and Robert Grace, of London, tailor, to James de Ormond, knight, son and heir of the Earl of Ormond, for 40l. 21 January, 19 Henry VI.
[ ]C. 1138. Bond of Robert Norys, of Ireland, gentleman, Richard Eburton, of London, draper, and Thomas Robyns, of London, brewer, to James de Ormond, knight, son and heir of the Earl of Ormond, for 40l. 23 December, 19 Henry VI. Seal and fragments of two seal.
[Middx.]C. 1139. Grant by John Plonket, citizen and barber of London, to William Broune, draper, Robert Cryk, fellmonger, Reginald Bultoure, Roger Acheley, William Crestylton, of London, John Waller and Thomas Knyght, of Bekenesfeld, of two tenements in the parish of St. Christopher le Stokkes, London. 9 January, 1 Henry VII.
[Suff.]C. 1140. Grant by William Clerk, of Boxforde, and Richard Sampsun, of the same place, to John de Boys, Clement Spice, Ralph Chamberleyn, Henry Thomestone, perpetual vicar of the church of Stoke Neylond, John Aleyn, of Boxforde, and John Estthorpe, of a piece of land called 'Nethirwedlonde' in Boxforde aforesaid, abutting on land called 'Overwedlond.' Monday after Michaelmas, 3 Henry IV.
Glouc.C. 1141. Indenture witnessing that William Beauchamp, by John, rector of the church of Crombe, his deputy, William de Weryngton, and John de Knyghton, examiners of wool for co. Gloucester, have delivered to Nicholas Burdoun and his fellows, takers of wool for the same county, certain specified quantities of wool from the following persons, viz. John de Osecote, of Bannebury, Nicholas Baldewith, of Tettebury, John Stedeman, of Evesham, John Snow, of Tettebury, Thomas le Cotiller, of Circestre, Thomas Pennard, William Top, of Froucestre, Richard Plot, of Little Harsfeld, and Thomas Ubleye. Bristol, Thursday in the Octave of the Ascension, 12 [Edward I.].
[Herts.]C. 1142. Release by Richard Hert and Helen his wife, of Waltham Cross, to Stephen Beggesley, of Waltham, of all their right in lands, &c., in King's Hatfield. Sunday the feast of St. James the Apostle, 7 Edward III.
Notts. Derby.C. 1143. Bond of Edward Ellotte, of the town of Nottingham, glover, Hugh . . . . . ., sadler, Thomas Ellotte, glover, Edward White, joiner, all of Nottingham aforesaid, James Spendlove, of Higheadge, Derby, yeoman, Thomas Eyton and Thomas Syms, of the same town and county, yeomen, to the Queen for 40l. 30 May, 17 Elizabeth.
Endorsed: Defeasance; the bond to be void on the good behaviour of the said Edward Ellotte. English. Damaged.
[Sussex.]C. 1144. Grant by Thomas Barbour, of London, barber, and Agnes his wife, to John Bradbrigge, Walter Urry, and William Stowt, of four crofts of land called 'Pyllynges,' which formerly belonged to Roger Pyke and Agnes his wife, late the wife of Richard Bradbrugge, of Horsham. Horsham, 25 November, 7 Henry V. Fragments of two seals.
[Middx.]C. 1145. Receipt from Robert Spenser, knight, and Eleanor his wife, Countess of Wiltshire, late the wife of James, Earl of Wiltshire, to Thomas, Earl of Ormond, William Husee, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, John Cheyne, William Hody, and John Byconyll, knights, William Dunthorn, clerk, William Martyn, William Froste, and Thomas Cary, for 40 marcs, received in the church of St. Paul, at the Rood of the north door, part of a yearly rent of 80 marcs payable to the said Countess out of certain manors, lands, &c. London, at the Rood of the north door in St. Paul's, 3 Henry VII.
[ ]C. 1146. Bond of John West, citizen and mercer of London, to James de Ponte, merchant of Genoa, for 10l. 1 August, 23 Henry VII.
[Bedf.]C. 1147. Grant by Margaret, late the wife of Richard de Exmuthe, to Matilda her sister, of land in the north field of Holm, in a quarentine called 'Longelangelond,' extending against Baldockesweye, in exchange for land in the north field of Strattone under Hungurhul. Bikeleswade, Sunday the feast of St. Giles the Abbot, 10 Edward III. Seal.
Middx.C. 1148. Grant by Robert Colwell, of Dover, Kent, gentleman, to William Chedworth, esquire, and Joan his wife, of a messuage in Stebenhithe adjoining the churchyard, which messuage descended to the grantor after the death of George Boys, gentleman. 24 October, 1 Edward IV.
[Kent.]C. 1149. Grant by William Smythe, of Sondrysshe, to John Cryppes, of a croft of land called 'le Maltmylcroft' in the parish of Westram (Westerham). 8 October, 5 Edward VI.
[Glouc.]C. 1150. Attornment of Nicholas Dobyns, of Tuewksbury, to John Thomys and Thomas Streche, purchasers of lands, &c., in Tewkesbury and Southwyck, which the said Nicholas held for his life by the grant of Alexander Beynam, William Grevell, William Tracy, Robert Wye and Richard Wye, who had sold the reversion to the said John Thomys and Thomas Streche. 3 April, 24 Henry VI.
Dorset.C. 1151. Bond of John Towke, alias Clerck, of Bridport, to William Olyver, of the same place, for 4l. 16 February, 35 Henry VI. Seal.
[Warw.]C. 1152. Release by Simon Osebarn, of Solihull, to Thomas atte Birches, of the same place, of all his right in a field in Solihull. Saturday after the Octave of Michaelnas, 19 Edward II.
[Kent.]C. 1153. Grant by Thomas Groveherst, of Milton, to William Brent, Robert Rowe, and John Brent of lands, &c., in the parish of St. Mary in the hundred of Hoo. Witnesses:—William Cobham, esquire, and others (named). 18 December, 15 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
Staff.C. 1154. Transcript of an indenture relating to the priory of Lappeleye. Gilbert de Clyderhowe, clerk of the King for taking into the King's hands alien priories, &c., subject to the King of France, delivers to Simon de Ruggeley, sheriff of Salop and Stafford, the said priory of Lapiey. A valuation of the goods and chattels of the said priory is added. 12 August, 11 Edward III.
[Berks.]C. 1155. Grant by John Aunfrey, of 'la Hulle,' to Clement, son of Robert Lauwes, of the same place, of land in the field of 'la Hulle' upon Vernylond. Wednesday after the nativity of the Blessed Virgin, 22 Edward III.
[Kent.]C. 1156. Release by Thomas Groveherst, gentleman, kinsman and heir of Adam Lowekyn, to Robert Rede and Margaret his wife, of all his rights in lands, &c., in the parish of St. Mary in the hundred of Hoo. 22 March, 17 Edward IV.
Kent.C. 1157. Release by John Colyn, of Wrotham, tanner, and John Orstede, of the parish of St. Mary in the hundred of Hoo, to Robert Rede and Margaret his wife, of all their right in land lying surrounded by lands of the said Robert and Margaret in the said parish. 7 September, 16 Edward IV.
[N'hamp ?]C. 1158. Release by Hamo son of Robert son of . . . . . . . ., of Omley, to Hugh son of William de Haveldon, of all his right in, a plot of land in the fee of Omleye, which the said Robert, father of Hamo, alienated to the said Hugh in fee. Witnesses:—Robert, lord of Omleye, and others (named). Saturday the vigil of All Saints, 15 Edward II.
[York.]C. 1159. Grant by William Seboll, of Northclyve, to Edmund le Clerk, of the same place, and Margery his daughter, of land in 'le Mollond,' adjoining the road leading from Fabrices to Est Coulyngebyri. North Cliff, the Purification, 5 Edward II.
Kent.C. 1160. Grant by Richard Browne, of the parish of St. Mary in the hundred of Hoo, to Robert Rede, John Wade, clerk, Richard Halle, and Richard Cressy, of two pieces of land in the said parish, part in Laverottes at 'le Hull,' part in Qualmeston. 20 March, 22 Edward IV.
[Kent.]C. 1161. Release by William Brent, Robert Rowe, and John Brent, to Robert Rede and Margaret his wife, of all their right in land, &c., in the parish of St. Mary in the hundred of Hoo. 24 March, 17 Edward IV. Fragments of two seals.
[N'hamp.]C. 1162. Grant by Richard son of William de Lauton, to Richard Wlveshege, of Bokenale, of land lying by the boundaries of the land of Robert son of William, son of David de Onylege, bounded as follows:—from Holedene to Wygildestub, thence to the road from Ruyehurstweye, and so to Yestovel, thence to Mosyhayethorn, thence to Chillerrod, thence to 'ye Yumahs,' thence to Holdene aforesaid. Witnesses:—Sir William, son of David de Onylege, and others (named). [13th century.]
[Berks.]C. 1163. Grant by Henry le Marscarl, of Westhakeburn, to Bartholomew Aylward, of the same place, of land in the field of West Hagbourne, in 'le Inlonde,' in Blacfurlang and in 'le Stonilonde.' [13th century.]
Surrey.C. 1164. Grant by John Bekwell, the elder, and John Bitte, the younger, to Matilda, wife of Robert Ricard, and Robert their son, of lands, &c., in Peckham, in the parish of Camberwell. The Assumption, 7 Richard II. Seal.
[Norf.]C. 1165. Grant by William Powtone, of Besttone, to John de Bodenho, Agnes his wife, and Margaret their daughter, of a messuage and croft in Beeston aforesaid, abutting on the field of Beeston. Sunday after St. Gregory the Pope, 4 Richard II.
[Kent.]C. 1166. Bond of James de Hersynge to John de Kyrkeby, of Hortone by Frenyngham, for 100l. 10 May, 7 Richard II. Seal, imperfect.
[Devon.]C. 1167. Grant by Nicholas Stokker, chaplain, and John Lasse, to Joan, late the wife of Thomas Wyllyng, of all their messuages, lands, &c., in Saltcombe and Shabecombe, for life, with remainders to Thomas Passinger, son of the said Joan, and the right heirs of Thomas Wyllyng. 20 May, 7 Henry VI.
[Essex.]C. 1168. Letters of attorney from John Chambyrleyne, of Melleborne, William Stokys, of the same place, John Pryme, of Triplowe, the younger, and Thomas North, of the same place, authorising Richard Walltone and Robert Swalwe to deliver seisin of land in Triplowe to Richard Fox, of Essex, esquire, William Newport, of co. Herts, esquire, John Basset, of Chishull, Essex, William Marchall, clerk, Thomas Marchall, of Dunmowe, John Smyth, William Grene, and Thomas Goodman, of Chishull. 20 January, 11 Henry VI. Four seals.
[Norf.]C. 1169. Grant by Richard Bigod, Earl of Norfolk, to Richard de Seinges, of land in Seinges, at Cokkestoft, between the houses of Alan de Seinges and Ralph Finch, at Stanbrige, at Dunestanestoft, and in Clippesdale, to hold by the service of one-twentieth of a knight's fee. [13th century.]
[Middx.]C. 1170. Receipt from Robert Spencer, knight, and Eleanor his wife, Countess of Wiltshire, late the wife of James Earl of Wiltshire, to Thomas, Earl of Ormond, William Husee, the King's Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, John Cheyne, William Hody, and John Biconell, knights, William Martyn, William Froste, and Thomas Cary, for 40 marks, paid in the church of St. Paul at the Rood of the north door, part of a yearly rent of 80 marcs payable out of certain manors, &c. London, at the Rood of the north door in St. Paul's, 3 June, A.D. 1498. Fragment of seal.
[Kent.] [Essex.]C. 1171. Grant by Thomas Cook, knight, alderman of London, to Ralph Josselyn, knight, William Hulyn, Ralph Vernay, citizens and aldermen of London, Thomas Ursewyk, Recorder of London, William Edward, citizen and alderman of London, Robert Symson, citizen and draper of London, and Thomas Rigby, gentleman, of his wall called 'Galyonshope,' in the marsh called 'Westmerssh' of Berkyng, on the banks of the Thames, together with lands, &c., in Barking, Esthamme, and Wolwiche. Witnesses: —William Tyrell, knight, and others (named). Wolwiche, 24 March, 6 Edward IV.
[Middx.]C. 1172. Grant by John de Aspale and Alice his wife, daughter of the late Thomas Bokerel, citizen of London, to Geoffrey de Hadestoke, citizen of London, of a tenement with houses, &c., in the parishes of St. John's, Walbroke, and St. Anthony, in the street running from Sandewystrate beyond Walbrook to St. Paul's. Witnesses:—Sir Hugh son of Otho, knight, Warden of London, Robert de Cornhull and Thomas de Basinges, bailiffs, Henry le Walleis, alderman, Henry le Cordewaner, serjeant of that ward, and others (named). [54 Henry III.] Two seals.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment in the Hustings Court, London, Monday the feast of St. Augustine the Archbishop, 54 Henry III.
Dorset.C. 1173. Bond of John Hyckys, of Netylcombe, to William Mountfort, merchant of Bridport, for 52s. 4½d. Thursday before the Purification, 9 Henry V. Fragment of seal.
[Hunt ?]C. 1174. Grant by Earl Simon to Robert son of William de Wells, and Matilda his wife, in free marriage, of 10 librates of land, two-thirds of his demesne, and the mansion house and land, with the rustici, and all the wood of Westlund; provided that if the said Robert die before he beget an heir of the said Matilda, a moiety of the premises shall remain to the said Matilda, and a moiety to the said Robert's heirs, to hold as the said Robert held the land of Paxtun of the grantor, viz. as a quarter of a knight's fee; and if the said Matilda die in the lifetime of the said Robert without an heir, then a moiety to the grantor's heirs and a moiety to the said Robert, &c. [13th century.]
Surrey.C. 1175. Letters of attorney from Thomas Sandeford, son and heir of John Sandeford, of the parish of Camberwell, Surrey, authorising Robert Horton to receive seisin from Robert Tatersale, citizen and draper of London, and Robert Valence, of lands, &c., in the parish of Camberwell, which they, together with John Sandeford and John Sandewiche, formerly vicar of the church of Camberwell, deceased, lately held by the feoffment of Henry Milleward, citizen and cooper of London, and Isabella his wife. Monday after Whitsunday, 2 Henry VI.
[Chester ?]C. 1176. Release by Nicholas Lamiche, of Astone, to Sir Andrew de Bures, and John de Rocwode, of all his right in lands, &c., in Astone and Stoke, which formerly belonged to Roger Lamiche. Wednesday after St. Luke the Evangelist, 23 Edward III.
[Heref.]C. 1177. Grant by Adam Mervyn, of Welynton, to Richard Tristrem, harper, and Agnes his wife, of land in Wellington, adjoining the road leading from Wellington to Addesovere. Sunday before the nativity of St. John the Baptist, 19 Edward III. Seal.
[York.]C. 1178. Grant by John son of Robert de Ethelwaldeler, to Michael de Brereth, of all the land, &c., which the grantor formerly held in Ethelwaldeler, to hold of the lord, Thomas son of William, and the lord abbot of Bellaland. Witnesses:—Sir Richard de Thornhill, Sir William de Wad, and others (named). [13th century.]
[Surrey.]C. 1179. Grant by Thomas atte Walle, of Camberwell, to Richard Ailwyne, of Peckham, of two pieces of land, one in the field of Northfeld, the other in Chafluecroft. Sunday before St. Julian the Bishop, 15 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Oxford.]C. 1180. Grant by Matilda, late the wife of Robert Seyntfey, to John de Alveton, and Nichola his wife, of land called 'Groveslond' in Retherfeld Peppard. Wednesday the feast of the Invention of Holy Cross, 14 Edward III.
Bucks.C. 1181. Grant by Nicholas Iwardeby, of co. Bucks, gentleman, to William Dene, gentleman, of a yearly rent of 40s. to issue out of his manors of Missenden and Queynton, and out of all his other lands, &c., in co. Bucks. 29 May, 2 Edward IV.
[Norf.]C. 1182. Grant by Emma, late the wife of John Barkere, of Dilham, to John Aylward, of Worsted, chaplain, of a cottage and a house in Dilham, adjoining the common pasture. Thursday after St. Agnes the Virgin, 44 Edward III.
[Bedf.]C. 1183. Grant by John Webbe, of Bykeleswade, to Richard Stratton, of Holme, esquire, of land in the fields of Holme, part lying on quarentines called 'Helolme' and 'Lyncroft,' &c. Monday after St. Matthias the Apostle, 3 Henry VI.
[Oxford.]C. 1184. Demise by William bishop of Lincoln, to John Danvers, of Bannebury, of the site of his manor of Esendon by Banbury, with houses, lands, &c., belonging thereto, together with the warren of Durden, and the work due from the tenants of Nethrop and Cothrop: with amercements, &c., in the court of the bishop and his successors, and also his fishery in the Charwelle. 10 October, 14 Henry VI.
[York.]C. 1185. Sale by William de Draycote to John de Stonore, of the wardship of the lands, &c., which had descended to Thomas de la Hay, son and heir of William de la Hay, in Hembury in the salt marsh, and the marriage of the said Thomas; also of all the vendor's chattels, corn, hay, &c., in the same place. Thame, Wednesday the feast of St. Luke the Evangelist, 1 Edward II.
Berks.C. 1186. Demise by Richard de Polhampton to Emeline de Polhampton, his mother, of his manor of Baladeston, for her life. With a proviso that if he return from Normandy by the feast of St. Andrew then next ensuing, he may re-enter into the said manor. 22 November, 32 Edward III. Seal.
[Heref.]C. 1187. Grant by Cecilia Wade, late the wife of William Wade, of Welyntone, to Alan Wade, and Alice his wife, of land in the field of Wellington, part adjoining the path leading from Overwardyn towards 'le Lydeyate,' part in Bereye. Witnesses:—Sir John, vicar of Wellington, and others (named). [13th century.]
Kent.C. 1188. Grant by Edmund Spenser, of the parish of Lesones (Lesnes), husbandman, to John Scudder, of the same place, husbandman, of land at Grenewall in the marsh in the said parish, adjoining land of Sir Thomas Cole, knight. 28 October, 16 Edward IV.
Middx.C. 1189. Grant by Robert Suttone, citizen and blacksmith of London, and Matilda his wife, late the wife of William atte Feld, of Haryngey, and Henry Longe, of London, to William Halmares, pouchmaker, Thomas Bryce, mercer, Thomas Ostriche, haberdasher, and Robert Spayne, scrivener, citizens of London, of land in the parish of Haryngey, in the field called 'Threnacres,' and in the field called 'Stebenesfeld.' 24 October, 7 Edward IV. Seal.
Camb.C. 1190. Bond of William Seynt George, knight, of the county of Cambridge, to James de Ormonde, knight, son and heir of the Earl of Ermon', for 200l. 24 December, 19 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Staff.]C. 1191. Grant by Benedict de Chetiltun to Henry son of Thomas de Kingisle, of two bovates of land in Chetiltun. [13th century.]
[Devon.]C. 1192. Grant by Hymbert, prior of the church of St. Mary Magdalene, Barnestapol, and the monks of the same, to Henry Mareschal and Eva his wife, of land which William Coffyn formerly held in Botteworth. Saturday after St. Matthew the Apostle, 13 Edward III.
[Surrey.]C. 1193. Defeasance to a bond from Walter Vilull, citizen and armourer of London, to William Stranxhill, citizen aud skinner of London, for 100 marcs. The said bond is to be void if the said William Stranxhill, Sir John Caston, and Sir Gerard Hesyll, chaplains, Robert Holond, barber, John Herst, skinner, John Ryche, 'malemaker,' John Body, painter, and Thomas Clerk, skinner, citizens of London, are allowed to occupy certain lands, &c., in Peckham in the parish of Camberwell, which they had by feoffment of Henry Barton and William Frewenham, citizens and tanners of London, without any molestation from the said Walter Vitull and Marion his wife. 25 March, 4 Henry VI. Seal.
[Leic.]C. 1194. Release by John Grym, of Hathcote, the elder, to John de Charneles, of Snarkeston, his uncle, of all his right in lands, &c., which Thomas Everard, John le Carter, William Attebrok and Alice his wife held in Bildeston. Snarkeston, Sunday after St. Martin the Bishop, 29 Edward III.
Surrey.C. 1195. Grant by Richard Heywode, alias Richard Kyng, to John Wretill, Robert Wretill, his son, and John Ulsthorpe, citizens and tailors of London, of lands, &c., in Peckham in the parish of Camberwell. 4 December, 1 Henry V. Seal.
[Lanc.]C. 1196. Grant by John son of Nicholas de Trafford, to Sir John del Wod, of Flixton, chaplain, of all the lands, &c., with one-third of a watermill, which the grantor had by the gift of Ralph son of Robert de Mascy, of Sale, in Asshton. Thursday the feast of St. Martin in Winter, 41 Edward III.
Kent.C. 1197. Release by Thomas Pympe, of the parish of All Saints in the hundred of Hoo, esquire, to Robert Rede, serjeant-at-law, William Wodegate, John Ware, and John Frauncez, of all his right in the marsh called 'Frauncezmersh,' in the parish of St. Mary's Hoo. 12 July, 7 Henry VII.
[Wilts.]C. 1198. Grant by William Chamberleyn, of Rygge, to Thomas Jaskyn, rector of the church of Froxefeld, John Bryan, and Robert Chamberleyn, of lands in Rygge, Teterygge, Froxfield, &c. Rygge, Monday after the Assumption, 4 Edward III.
Surrey.C. 1199. Demise by Richard Skynner to Thomas Peerson, of a messuage, &c., in Peckham, with land in the north field of Peckham. 7 June, 11 Edward IV. Seal.
[Surrey.]C. 1200. Grant by Robert Frampton to John Fray, Chief Baron of the King's Exchequer, Robert Danvers, William Lee, esquire, and Richard Danvers, of a large garden, with ponds, &c., in the parish of St. Margaret, Southwark. Lestewes, 30 April, 23 Henry VI.