Deeds
B.2401 - B.2500

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1894

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298-307

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'Deeds: B.2401 - B.2500', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 2 (1894), pp. 298-307. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64282 Date accessed: 22 July 2014.


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B.2401 - B.2500

[Middx.]B. 2401. Grant by Thomas Kyng of Tottenham, to Sirs Guy Brian and John Cobham, knights, William de Walworth, William de Halden, John Philipott, citizens and aldermen of London, and others, of all his lands, tenements, and rents in the parishes of St. Andrew, Holbourne, and St. Giles the Lepers without the Bar of the Old Temple. Wednesday after St. Matthew, 50 Edward III. Seal.
[Suff.]B. 2402. Letter of attorney by John Burgeis, son and heir of Thomas Burgeis of Neylond, authorising Nicholas Smith to sell a grange and garden in Neylond. 10 March, 6 Richard II. Seal.
[ ]B. 2403. Grant by Robert atte Nye, to Hugh de Braycote and Elizabeth his wife, of houses at 'la Nye,' and the fruit of the garden with curtilages, rendering to the grantor yearly, for the term of three years, a rose, and upon the determination of that term ten pounds of silver. Monday, morrow of St. Edmund the bishop, 11 Edward III.
[Warw.]B. 2404. Demise by Edward Gray, lord of Lysle, John Huggeforde, esquire, John Smith of Coventry, gentleman, and Richard Haye of Halesowen, to Thomas Haye, prior of Erdebury, for twenty years, of a messuage with a curtilage in 'Le Bondyende,' in Nuneton, abutting on the lane leading towards 'le Halecroft.' 10 June, 21 Edward IV. Fragments of two seals.
[Warw.]B. 2405. Letter of attorney by William Botiller of Suydeley, and William Babyngton, authorising John Palmere and Nicholas Prentoft, to receive from Hugh Lylleburne, esquire, of Stockyford, seisin of a messuage in Nuneton. 16 February, 14 Henry IV. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2406. Grant by John Duston, to William, prior of Erdebury, of a messuage and curtilage in 'Abbeyende' street in Nuneton. Witnesses: John Beaufitz, receiver of the castle of Kelyngworth, Richard Bosvyle, vicar of the church of Nuneton, and others (named). Eton, 4 May, 33 Henry VI. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2407. Grant by William Austeley and John Clerk, to Isabella Westwode, of a messuage and curtilage in a street called 'le Abbeyende' in Nuneton, containing the quantity of a moiety of a burgage, with remainder to John Duston of Stretton upon Dunesmore, the younger. Eton, 6 October, 21 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Warw.]B. 2408. Grant by John Baker of Nuneton, to Richard Cok', vicar of the parish church of Nuneton, John Leke and Richard Astell of the same, of a tenement and curtilage in 'le Bondynd' in Nuneton, abutting on the lane leading to Halcroft. 26 February, 15 Edward IV. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2409. Letter of attorney by John Duston, authorising John Seman and Richard Buttiller to deliver to William Wodcok, prior of Erdebury, seisin of a messuage and curtilage in Nuneton. Kelyngworth, 4 May, 33 Henry VI. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2410. Demise by Richard Cokys, vicar of the parish church of Nuneton, John Loke and Richard Astell of the same, to Edward Gray, lord of Lysle, John Huggeforde, esquire, John Smyth of Coventry, gentleman, and Richard Haye, of Halysowyn, of a messuage and curtilage in 'le Bondcynd' in Nuneton, abutting upon the lane leading to 'le Halecrofte'; also letter of attorney authorising Thomas Miryng to deliver seisin of the same. 20 February, 20 Edward IV. Three seals, one broken.
[Warw.]B. 2411. Release by John Baker of Nuneton, to Edward Gray, knight, lord of Lysle, John Huggeforde, esquire, John Smyth, and Richard Hay, of his right to a messuage and curtilage in 'le Bandeynd' in Nuneton, abutting upon the lane leading to 'le Hallecrofte.' 24 February, 20 Edward IV. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2412. Release by Edward Gray, lord of Lysle, John Smyth, and Richard Haye, to Thomas, prior of Erdebury, of all their right to a tenement and curtilage in 'le Bondyende' in Nuneton. 21 June, 21 Edward IV. Two seals, and portion of seal.
[Warw.]B. 2413. Grant by John Bonde of Nuneton, to John Baker of the same, of a tenement and curtilage in Nuneton, abutting on the lane leading to Hallecroft. 5 June, 21 Henry VI. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2414. Sale by Robert Nevelle of Coventry, to John Stokes, the elder, of Nuneton, for 20 marks, of 'a place bild' with a croft in Nuneton, lying between the King's highway and the water of Unkur. 20 October, 25 Henry VI. English.
[Warw.]B. 2415. Demise by Thomas Hay, prior of Erdebury, to Thomas Framton of Wykyn next Nuneton, for nine years, of a messuage, garden, croft, and lands, &c., in Nuneton and Attulburgh, paying yearly 56s. 8d. 22 April, 18 Edward IV. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2416. Grant by John Preston of Coventry, Ralph Garton, Thomas Abell, and Richard Southam, to William Botiller of Suydeley, and William Babyngton, of lands, tenements, &c., in Nuneton and Attelburgh, which they had of the feoffment of John Happesford, of Coventry. 24 January, 14 Henry IV. Four seals.
[Warw.]B. 2417. Grant by Roger Wayte of Nuneton, to William Baxter of the same, of a croft in Nuneton, lying between the highway and the Ancurwater. 6 February, 12 Henry VI. Seal, broken.
[Warw.]B. 2418. Letter of attorney by John Preston of Coventre, Ralph Garton, Thomas Abell, and Richard Southam, authorising William Reynaldyn and John Waryn, to deliver to William Botiller of Suydeley and William Babyngton, seisin of lands, tenements, &c., in Nuneton and Attelburgh. 25 January, 14 Henry IV. Four seals, two broken.
[Warw.]B. 2419. Grant by Thomas Asteley, esquire, John Bernard, clerk, Thomas Elkyn and others, to Hugh Lilburne, esquire, lord of Stokkyngford, and John Botiller of the same, of a messuage in Nuneton, which they had of the feoffment of John Wemme of Nuneton. 4 July, 12 Henry IV. Five seals.
[Warw.]B. 2420. Release by John Wemme of Nuneton, to Hugh Lilburne, esquire, lord of Stokkyngford and John Botiller of the same, of his right to a messuage in Nuneton. 4 July, 12 Henry IV. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2421. Release by John Botiller of Coventry, to Hugh Lilburne, esquire, lord of Stokkyngford, of his right to a messuage in Nuneton. Monday before the Purification. 14 Henry IV. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2422. Release by Thomas Merston of Coventry, to Hugh Lilburne, lord of Stokkyngford, of his right to a messuage in Nuneton, in the corner towards Wykax. Friday the feast of St. Mary Magdalene. 8 Henry IV. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2423. Grant by John Happesford of Coventry, to John Preston, John Barwe, Ralph Garton, Thomas Abell, and Richard Southam, all of Coventry, of the reversion, upon the death of Thomas Marchall of Nuneton, of lands and tenements, &c., in Nuneton and Attelburgh, which reversion he, jointly with John Norhampton of Coventry, chaplain, and others, had of the feoffment of Thomas, son and heir of John de Meryngton of Lalleford, and others. 4 November, 9 Henry IV. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2424. Release by John de Northampton of Coventry, chaplain, to John de Happesford of the same, of his right to the reversion, upon the death of Thomas Marchall of Nuneton, of lands, tenements, &c., in Nuneton and Attelburgh, which reversion they jointly had of the feoffment of Thomas, son and heir of John de Meryngton of Lalleford, and others. 1 August, 8 Henry IV. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2425. Release by Lawrence Cooke, of Coventry, Henry Denton and Henry Drope, chaplains, to John Happesford of Coventry, and John de Northampton of the same, chaplain, of their right to the reversion, upon the death of Thomas Marchall of Nuneton, of lands, tenements, &c., in Nuneton and Attelburgh, which reversion they had of the feoffment of Thomas, son and heir of John de Meryngton of Lalleford, aud others. 7 September, 3 Henry IV. Three seals.
[Warw.]B. 2426. Release by Thomas, son and heir of John de Meryngton of Lalleford, to John de Northampton of Coventry, chaplain, John Happesford and others, of his right to the reversion of lands, tenements, &c., in Nuneton and Attelburgh held by Thomas Marchall of Nuneton for his life. 1 May, 2 Henry IV. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2427. Agreement between William Jabet and John Panke, to refer to arbitration their dispute about a messuage in Nunne Etone. Warwick, Sunday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 34 Edward I. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2428. Grant by Richard Rodburne of Nuneton, and Isabella his wife, to Alexander Dariol of Chelverescote and Margaret his wife, of a messuage in Nuneton. Sunday the feast of St. Cedde, 39 Edward III. Seal of arms, and fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 2429. Grant by Adam Wytyng of Hulton, to Richard Palfreymon of Nunetone, of a burgage in Nunetone, extending towards the field called 'Burgagefeld.' Sunday after St. Gregory the Pope, 24 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2430. Confirmation by Thomas son of John de Merynton, to Thomas Mareschal and Agues his wife, of lands and tenements in Nunetone and Attelbourgh, assigned to her by the said John, her late husband, in dower. Saturday before the Annunciation. 43 Edward III. French. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 2431. Grant by Richard Palfreymon of Nunetone, to William Jabet of Stokkyngforde, of a burgage in Nunetone, which he had of the feoffment of Adam Wytyng of Hultone. Saturday the vigil of Whit Sunday, 24 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2432. Grant by Geoffrey Obbesone of Nuneton and Alice his wife, to Sir John Hayne, chaplain, of the tenement in Nuneton, which the said Alice had of the feoffment of Sir William Cutul, chaplain. Monday before St. Gregory the Pope, 6 Eichard II. Two seals.
[Warw.]B. 2433. Release by Agnes Lovot of Eton, widow, to Hugh Jabet of Stokkyngford, of all claim to lands or tenements in 'le Abbeyend' of Nonnetone. Coventry, Saturday the feast of St. Barnabas, 47 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2434. Grant by Henry de Luthteburugh, chaplain, and John Pale of Sottone, to Thomas de Meryngton, of the reversion of lands and tenements, held by Thomas Marschall of Nuneton and Agnes his wife for life, in Nuneton and Attilburngh. Monday after the Conception, 44 Edward III.
Notts.B. 2435. Grant in frank almoin by Master Walter de Wivertone, to the nuns of Katesby, of a rent issuing out of land in Nottingham. Witnesses:—Ralph Bugge, Robert Bugge his son, William Mainard, William Brian, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Warw.]B. 2436. Grant by John son of Jurdan le Turnur of Stockyngforde and Matilda his wife, to Agnes Lovote of Nuneton, for her life, of a third part of the tenement in Nuneton which they held of her grant. Sunday after the conversion of St. Paul, 9 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Notts.B. 2437. Release by Margery Hervy, widow, late the wife of William de Cestria in Notingham, to the prioress and nuns of Cateby, of her right to a messuage in Notingham, lying in 'burgo francisco' in the street of the Lorimers. Witnesses:—Ralph de Ufton, mayor, Richard de Lyncoln' and Master John de Wempiston, bailiffs, of Nottingham, and others (named). Wednesday after St. Gregory the Pope, 23 Edward I. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2438. Grant by Agnes Lovote of Nuneton, to John son of Jurdan le Turnur of Stockyngforde, and Matilda her daughter, upon her marriage, of a tenement and curtilage in Nunetone. Wednesday after St. Fabian, 9 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2439. Grant by Nicholas Galf and Alice his wife of Nunetone, to William de Cuttul, chaplain of the parish of Nunetun, of a tenement in Nunetun. Sunday after St. Edmund, King and Martyr, 24 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 2440. Grant by William de Cuttul, chaplain of the parish of Eton, to Nicholas Galf and Alice his wife, of the tenement in Nuneton which he had of their grant. Monday after St. Edmund, King and Martyr 24 Edward III.
[Warw.]B. 2441. Grant by Henry Geddyng and Alice his wife, to John de Merynton, of messuages, lands and tenements, &c., in Nunne Eton and Attelbergh. Coventry, Wednesday the feast of St. Silvester, 11 Edward III. Two seals.
[Warw.]B. 2442. Demise by Alice de Langeleye of Coventry, to John son of Hugh de Merynton of the same, of lands and tenements, &c., in Nuneton. Witnesses:—William le Thumelere, bailiff of Coventry, and others (named). Wednesday after St. Lucy the Virgin, 19 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Notts.B. 2443. Grant by Robert son of Roger, vicar of Radeford, to the nuns of Katesby, of a messuage in Notingeham, in the street of the Lorimers, paying 6d. yearly to the King. Witnesses:—William Brian, Adam Palmar, Ralph de Snehynton, and others (named). Thirteenth Century.
Notts.B. 2444. Grant by Thomas Samon, gentleman, John Derman, vicar of the church of Selston, and James Mason, yeoman, to Thomas Moleneux, esquire, Thomas Laugton, Richard Holet, rector of the church of Pynsketon, and John Cowdrey, of all their messuages, lands and tenements within the parishes of Notyngham, Gresley and Selstone, viz. a messuage in the town of Nottingham upon Longrowe; the messuages, lands, tenements, &c., which the grantors had of the feoffment of Dominic Buckton and Elizabeth his wife; the messuages, lands and tenements in the parish of Selstone, which they had of the feoffment of John Babyngton, knight, and land in the said parish in a meadow called 'le Brynnesley Asche.' 20 April, 5 Henry VII. Seal.
Notts.B. 2445. Demise by Thomas Samon of Nottyngham, to William Notthyngham of the same, of a messuage upon 'the long Roo' in Nottingham abutting upon the 'Saturdey markett' and the common 'dyk' of the town, for twenty-one years. 24 March, 2 Henry VII. English. Fragment of seal.
Notts.B. 2446. Demise by Richard Dey of Selstone and Maude his wife, to Thomas Hall of Notingham, of a tenement in Notingham lying upon 'the Tymber hyll,' to hold for the lives of the grantors, paying yearly the first two years a 'Rose ffloure,' if asked, and for the rest of the said term twelve shillings yearly. Witnesses:—John Hunt, mayor, John Hewett and William Johnson, sheriffs, of Nottingham. 4 January, 22 Edward IV. Seal, broken.
[Norf.]B. 2447. Release by John de Taseburg and Margaret his wife, to the abbot and convent of Geroudone, in frank almoin, of their right in land lying in Nether Cunesford extending from the King's highway to the bank (ripam) of Norwich. The said John and Margaret agree to make a good enclosure, at their own expense, between their land and that of the said monks, viz. from the highway to the King's water, with no opening for a door or window towards the land of the said monks to their injury; and should the said John and Margaret, or their heirs &c. at any time fail in making the enclosure, the monks shall have the right to enter upon and retain the said land and chattels found thereon until they obtain reparation, the said John and Margaret renouncing in this behalf all remedy and aid of the canon and civil law and chiefly the prohibition of the King. Witnesses:—Hugh the clerk (clerico), John Scot, Adam le Grant and Roger de Swerdestona, bailiffs of Norwich, Adam Croyde, Hubert de Moreleye, Walter le Tanur, Roland his son, Simon le Lindraper, Stephen his son, John de Surlingham, John Springald, Geoffrey Springald and Richard de Lech. [Henry III.] Two seals, one broken.
Somers.B. 2448. Release by Walter Forester of Staunton Drw, to John Frankeleyn of Norton Marleward, of his right to lands and tenements, &c., in Norton Marleward which he had of the feoffment of the said John. Sunday before All Saints day, 3 Richard II. Seal.
[Norf.]B. 2449. Demise by Sir John, abbot of Sibeton, to Reginald de Bungeye of Norwich, for forty years, of a tenement in Norwich, in the parish of St. Peter of Mancroft, abutting upon the high road called 'Sadelgate.' Tuesday, St. Gregory's day, A.D. 1363 and 38 Edward III.
[York.]B. 2450. Grant by Maria Neville, lady of Middelham, to her maid Preciosa, of a messuage and tenement in Nosterfeld with liberty to take 'housbote and heybote' in the wood of Welle. Friday the feast of St. Matthew, A.D. 1313. Fragment of seal.
[Norf.]B. 2451. Release by Margaret daughter of. Walter de Parys and late the wife of John de Tasburg, widow, to the abbot and monks of Gerendun, in frank almoin, of her right to a messuage in Nedherecunesford in Norwich in the parish of St. Peter, Parmenterigate. Witnesses:— Nicholas de Ely, Roger de Swerdeston, Nicholas de Ingham and Walter Croide, bailiffs of Norwich, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[N'hamp.]B. 2452. Grant by Angnes late the wife of Jordan de Turneye, to Walter de Burgo, of a shop in Northampton, in the glovery (in Ganteria). Witnesses:—John de Staunford, mayor, Sampson son of Gervase and John le Waydour, bailiffs, of Northampton, and others (named). Thirteenth Century. Seal, broken.
[Worc.]B. 2453. Grant in frank almoin by Henry de la Wichalle of Norton, to the monks of Bordesley, of a grove called 'Wodecroft' in Norton. Witnesses:—Roger de Wihteford, Nicholas Kine, Peter de la Frithe and others. [Henry III].
[Worc.]B. 2454. Release by Peter de la Frithe son and heir of Walter de la Frithe, to the monks of Bordesley, in frank almoin, of his right to a croft called 'Grendone' in Norton, and to a rent issuing out of it. Witnesses:—Samson, clerk of Bremesgrave, Roger de Witheforde, John de Cutel and others (named). Thirteenth Century. Seal.
[Linc.?]B. 2455. Demise by William, abbot of Osolveston, to Sir Sayer de Rocheford, knight, of lands, rents, and services, &c., in Nortbstoke, for twelve years. St. Nicholas' day, 44 Edward III.
Kent.B. 2456. Demise by John Kynge, of London, and Gosselyne Hywet, of Cleve, to William Hynde and Henry Assheborne, both of London, of those lands and tenements, woods and marshes, in Cleve aforesaid, which the said John and Gosselyne had of the grant of Richard Fluck of London, son and heir of Thomas Fluck of Northflete, and which the said Richard had of the feoffment of Richard Bere of Southflete, William Romayn of Northflete, and Robert Herlewe of Denton. 13 March, 16 Edward IV. Seal and fragment of seal.
[Chesh.]B. 2457. Release by Hugh son of John son of Medde de Northwychio, of his right to a moiety of a saltpit in Northwich, which moiety Richard son of Stephen gave to the said Medde with Aldus his daughter as a marriage portion, and which after her decease belonged to the said Hugh; having been held formerly by Randulph Swetebrond. Vale Royal; Feast of the Annunciation, A.D. 1299. Seal, broken.
Endorsed: Switebrond de Nort Wychio.
[Worc.]B. 2458. Release by Thomas the weaver (textor) of Norton, with the assent of Lucy his wife, to the monks of Bordesley, of land [in Norton]. Witnesses:—Roger the clerk of Norton, Robert de Lyndewrthe, Thomas de Collemor and others (named). Thirteenth Century.
[N'hamp.]B. 2459. Demise by Alice Coupeldyk, prioress of Staunford, to John Wodeman of Northburgh, Margaret his wife and their daughter Margaret, of land in Northburgh. Tuesday before Ascension day, 4 Richard II. Three seals.
N'hamp.B. 2460. Grant by Richard de Scharnbrok of Norhampton, and Matilda his wife, to John le Minsmyth of the same, and Emma his wife, of a tenement in Norhampton, in the fullers' street, rendering yearly to the chief lord of the fee the flower of a rose; with release by the said Matilda of all her right in the said tenement. Witnesses:—Robert Sawce, Robert de Bedeford, Robert de Catteworth and William de Steynisworthe, coroners, Osbert de Crowthorp and Richard the dyer (tingtore), bailiffs, of Norhampton, and others (named). Thirteenth Century. Seal.
[Worc.]B. 2461. Release by Agnes late the wife of William B . . . . ., with the assent of John her son and heir, to the monks of Bordesley, of her right to a grove by the grange of Nortun. Witnesses:—. . . . ., John Baudre, Roger Drake, and others (named). Thirteenth Century. Injured. Seal.
[York.]B. 2462. Grant by John Hawthorn of Snape and Katherine his wife, to Ralph, lord of Neville, of a messuage, garden and meadow in Midelham, in exchange for a cottage, a toft and a croft in Snape, and land in Keldbargh in Snape. Michaelmas day, 18 Richard II. Two seals.
N'hamp.B. 2463. Demise by the prioress and convent of Sywardeslee, to Alan Glasier of Norhampton and Margaret his wife, of a shop with upper chamber in Northampton. Thursday in Whitsun week, 5 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
N'hamp. Oxford. Worc.B. 2464. Grant by John Wawe, esquire, co. Oxford, to his kinsman John Wawe the apprentice of Robert Boxford, draper, of London, of all his goods and chattels in the counties of Northampton, Oxford, and Worcester, and elsewhere in England. 3 July, 4 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
N'hamp.B. 2465. Grant by Robert son and heir of Sir Philip son of Robert de Pisseforde, to Daniel the farrier (ferratori) of Norhampton and Amabilla his wife, of a tenement in Habindonestrete in Norhampton. Witnesses:—Robert son of Henry, mayor, Hugh de Staunford and John de Catteworth, bailiffs, of Norhampton, and others (named). Thirteenth Century. Seal, broken.
N'hamp.B. 2466. Grant by Pentecost de Kershalton of Norhampton, to Beatrice daughter of Thomas Haliday of Bedeford, of a tenement and three shambles in Norhampton. Witnesses:—John de Longeville, mayor, Ralph de Selviston and Stephen Osbern, bailiffs, of Norhampton, and others (named). Thirteenth Century.
N'hamp.B. 2467. Grant by Beatrice, prioress of Sewardisle, to Nicholas Cappe and Agnes his wife, of a shamble in Norhampton. Witnesses:—Pentecost de Kershalton, mayor, Adam le Garlekmongere and Nicholas de Stoke, bailiffs, of Norhampton, and others (named). Thirteenth Century. Two seals, broken.
Somers.B. 2468. Surrender by Walter Forester of Staunton Drw, to John Frankeleyn of Norton Marleward, of lands, tenements, &c., in Norton Marleward, which he held of the grant of the said John for the term of his life. Sunday before Michaelmas, 3 Richard II. Seal.
N'hamp. Oxford. Worc.B. 2469. Grant by John Wawe, esquire, co. Oxford, to his kinsman John Wawe the apprentice of Robert Boxford, draper, of London, of all his lands, tenements, goods and chattels in the counties of Northampton, Oxford and Worcester, and elsewhere in England. Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 4 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Worc.]B. 2470. Release by John Baudry of Nortun, to the monks of Bordesley, of his right to the lands and tenements in Nortun held by them at the feast of St. Barnabas the Apostle, 3 Edward I. Witnesses:—John de Cuteleg, John de la Felde, Roger Drake and others (named).
[Oxford.]B. 2471. Grant by Robert le Clerk of Burencester (Bicester), to Thomas de Stapenhulle and Christina his wife, of a messuage, croft, curtilage and land in Muddelyngton. Monday after St. Peter in cathedra, 14 Edward III.
[Oxford.]B. 2472. Grant in frank almoin by Thomas Brittun son of Ivo Brittun, with the consent of his wife Juliana, of Ivo his son and heir, and of Robert le Poer, his lord, to the monks of Bruerne, of land in Middelthona, with a curtilage and croft, &c. Witnesses:—William de Fifhida, Roger Gulafre, Richard de Putta, William son of Nicholas de Bolda and others (named). [Hen. III.] Seal, broken.
[N'hamp.]B. 2473. Grant by William son of William de Puntfreyt, to Master Hugh de Staunford, of a house without the east gate of Norhampton. Witnesses:—Roger son of Theobald, mayor, Henry son of Robert and John Sampson, provosts, of Norhampton, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]B. 2474. Demise by John le Baud son of Sir William le Baud, knight, to Henry de Battyngleye and Matilda his wife, of land in Staundon in the hamlet of Pokerich, abutting upon the mill of Melkeleye, and the road from Pokerich to Buntyngford; with remainders to Juliana, daughter of the said Henry, and to Gilbert her brother. Monday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Archbishop, 16 Edward III.
[Warw.]B. 2475. Grant in frank almoin by Henry son of Henry de Merston, to the canons of Erdbury, of land in Merston, lying in the tillage called 'Siwardeswelleh,' upon Herwetchul, Hongidelond and in the tillage called 'Middelhule.' Witnesses:—Sirs Ralph de Sull' and Robert de Herdredesh', John Russel, Abel de Etona, Roger de Etona and Richard de la Hilda. Twelfth century. Seal.
[Worc.]B. 2476. Grant in frank almoin by Robert [son of Alvr]ed Jurdan of Norton, to the monks of Bordesley, of land in Norton. Witnesses:— Samson de Bromesgrave, clerk, Thomas de Stoke, William de Katteshulle and others (named). Thirteenth century. Injured. Seal.
[Worc.]B. 2477. Grant by Robert son of Alvred Jurdan of Nortun, to the monks of Bordesley, of land in Nortun. Witnesses:—Samson the clerk of Brumesgrave, Thomas de Stoke, William de Katteshulle and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2478. Release by Alice late the wife of Henry de Merstona, to William the chaplain, of her right of dower in land in Merston, which her said late husband granted in frank almoin to the House of Orburi. Witnesses:—Thomas de Flavilla, John de Hida, Robert son of Henry de Merstona, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 2479. Grant in frank almoin by Waleran son of Ralph de Helpestone, with the consent of Helen his wife and of his heirs, to the nuns of Stanford, of a holm and lands in Mitglemedue called 'Lauemannes' and 'Luentifote.' Witnesses:— Ralph de Hulle, Robert the clerk of Haxstun', and others (named). Thirteenth century.
Endorsed: Charter of Waleran, &c., of meadow in Mikilmedue.
[Hants ?]B. 2480. Grant by Davy Hoggon and Alice his wife, to Nicholas Butler, of a holm (helnam) of land lying in Mettelond, called 'Rewhelue,' Portissmuth, 20 June, 8 Henry VII.
[Glouc.]B. 2481. Release by Philip son of Anketel de Colesbury, to the abbot and convent of Bruerne, of all his right and pasture in their wood of Meresden. Witnesses:—Walter Loholt, William de Marisco, William Crikeman and others (named). Thirteenth century. Fragment of seal.
[Glouc.]B. 2482. Release by Nicholas de Bosco, to the monks of Bruerne, of all common claimed by him in their wood of Meresden, and granting that they may inclose the said wood. Witnesses:—William Russel, Walter Lohaut, Alan de Bosco, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Fragment of seal.
[Glouc.]B. 2483. Release by Roger son of Warin, to the monks of Bruerne, in frank almoin, of all common in their wood of Meresden. Witnesses: —William Russel, Walter Lohoud, William Crikeman, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 2484. Grant in frank almoin by Ralph Passelewe of Norhampton, to the nuns of Sewardesleye, of rents issuing out of butchers' stalls (scamellis) in Norhampton. Witnesses:—Sir John de Hulecote, William Tylly, mayor, Henry de Glovernia and Robert Fote, provosts, of Norhampton, Adam, dean of Norhampton, Roger, deacon of the church of All Saints of the same, and others (named). Thirteenth century.
[Worc. ?]B. 2485. Grant by Henry de la Hulle of Machema, to Henry de Melvernia, of land and moor in the field called 'Nothercrofte.' Witnesses:— William de Persora, William de Mora, Richard le Freman, and others named. Thirteenth century.
[Warw.]B. 2486. Grant in frank almoin by Henry son of Henry de Merston, to the canons of Erdbury, of a messuage in Merston, and also of lands there abutting upon 'la grene' and lying upon Wetehul, Siwardeswalhul, Sodebuckeshul, Neddrehul, Spartemedue, Sarpemorhul, Dolemeduewitheges, Middenhule, Estsalve, the tillages called 'Nethewei' and 'Longgelond,' upon Hongindelond, and in Dolmedue at Longwithi towards Gatebrugge. Witnesses:—Sirs Ralph de Sudl' and Robert de Hardredishul, John Russell and others (named). Twelfth century. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2487. Release by Robert son of Henry de Merston, to the canons of Erdbury, of his right to a messuage in Morston. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph de Sudl', Richard de la Hida and others (named). Twelfth century.
[Glouc.]B. 2488. Release by William son of Roger de Stabulo, to the monks of Bruerne, of all the common claimed by him in their wood of Mersden. Witnesses:—William de la Mara, Walter Lohout, John Sagar, Richard de Bosco and Geoffrey de la Mara. Thirteenth century. Fragment of seal.
[Glouc.]B. 2489. Release by Nicholas son of Yngrid, to the abbot and monks of Bruerne, of all the pasture and common claimed by him in their wood of Meresden. Witnesses:—John Segar, Roger de Stabulo, and William Crikeman. Thirteenth century. Fragment of seal.
[Glouc.]B. 2490. Release by Hamo de Cotewell, to the abbot and convent of Bruerne, of all pasture in their lands in Meresden. Witnesses:— William de Fifhida, William de la Mara, William de Solers, Walter Loholt, Roger de Stabulo, and Philip de Colesburne. Thirteenth century. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 2491. Letter of attorney by Ralph de Chetewynde, lord of Ingestre, authorising Roger le Clerk of the same, to deliver to John son of Philip de Penlesdon, seisin of land and pasture in Merston and Foriyate. Stafford, Saturday after St. Valentine, 23 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 2492. Grant by Ralph de Chetewynde, lord of Ingestre, to John son of Philip de Penlesdon, of land and pasture in Merston and Foriyate. Stafford, Saturday after St. Valentine, 23 Edward III. Seal, broken.
[Warw.]B. 2493. Grant in frank almoin by Henry son of Henry de Merston, to the canons of Erbiry, of land in Merston lying upon the tillages called 'Hongindelond' and 'Sodenbukkeshule,' and upon Allfalewe. Witnesses:—Sirs Ralph de Suidleia and William de Hardredeshule, Robert do Clopton and others (named). Twelfth century. Fragment of seal.
[ ]B. 2494. Grant by William son of Richard de Elmham with the consent of Havise his wife, to Adam son of Roger the clerk (clerici), of land abutting on the watercourse of Miclebec. Witnesses:—Gerard son of Reginald, William Cote, William Pinne and others (named). Thirteenth century.
Essex.B. 2495. Letter of attorney by William Loveney, son and heir of William Loveney, esquire, authorising Richard Seward of Westmersey, to deliver to Thomas Bland and Philippa his wife, daughter and heiress of Thomas Shepey and Alice his wife, seisin of a moiety of the manor of Ryveshals with rents, services and all other appurtenances in Estmersey. 12 November, 15 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
Essex.B. 2496. Letter of attorney by Wynesia late the wife of Oliver Wyth, knight, daughter and one of the heiresses of John de Reveshale, knight, authorising Thomas de Hynton and John Dawe to deliver to Robert de Naillyngherst, clerk, seisin of lands and tenements in Estmerseye. 4 July, 39 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Essex.B. 2497. Release by William Loveney, esquire, son and heir of William Loveney, esquire, to Thomas Bland and Philippa his wife, daughter and heiress of Alice Shepey, of his right to a moiety of the manor of Ryveshale with rents and services in Estmersey. 12 February, 15 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
Essex.B. 2498. Grant by Thomas Bland of Colchester, gentleman, and Philippa his wife, to Thomas Braunche of the same, clerk, of lands, tenements, rents, &c., called 'Reveshales,' late Thomas Schepy's, in Estmersey. 4 February, 1 Edward IV. Two seals, one broken.
Essex.B. 2499. Release by Thomas Braunche, clerk, and Robert Capystake, executors of Thomas Blande late of Colchester, gentleman, to William Smyth, merchant, and others, of their right to the lands, tenements, &c., late Thomas Schepy's, called 'Reveshales' in Estmersey. 7 January, 2 Edward IV. Seal and fragment of seal.
[Norf.]B. 2500. Demise by the abbot and convent of Geruedon, to John de Hakeford, of two messuages in Norwich in the parish of St. Peter, Parmetergate, in the street of Nether Cunesford abutting on the dyke called 'Kokeye.' Witnesses:—Roger de Morlee, Roger de Tudeham, Roger de Swerdeston and William de Refham, bailiffs of Norwich, Adam de Toftes and others (named). [circa A.D. 1277.]