Deeds
B.2701 - B.2800

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1894

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327-337

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'Deeds: B.2701 - B.2800', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 2 (1894), pp. 327-337. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64285 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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B.2701 - B.2800

I. of Wight.B. 2701. Grant by John le Dragenir of Nyuport, to Adam Jurdan and Robert de Twynham, of a messuage at Nyuport. Witnesses:—John de Netham and John Russel, bailiffs of that town, and others (named). Wednesday after St. Ambrose the bishop, 14 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 2702. Grant by Stephen Whytighe, to Richard Atte Stone son of Thomas atte Stone, of a soler with a cellar in the street called 'Crokkerestret' in Neuport. Witnesses:—Nicholas le Potyere and John Penmark, bailiffs of that town, and others (named). Sunday, the morrow of the Conception, 15 Edward III.
[I. of Wight.]B. 2703. Release by Thomas Laurens son and heir of Richard Laurens and of Avice his wife, to the abbot of Quarr, of his right to a tenement in 'Highestret' in Neuport. Witnesses:—Robert de Cumpton and William Cunte, bailiffs of that town, and others (named). Monday after the Assumption, 18 Edward III. Seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 2704. Release by John le Dragenyr of Neuport, to Adam Jordan and Robert de Twynham, of his right to all the lands and tenements held by them in Neuport. Witnesses:—Walter le Barbir and Edmund Tranchard, bailiffs of that town, and others (named). Monday after All Saints, 16 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2705. Letters patent by William de Folevilla, permitting Geoffrey son of John Cosin of Neubold, to render his homage, rent and customs, &c., due for the lands and tenements held from the said William in Neubold Pauntone, to Sir Ralph son of Robert de Neubold, chaplain. Sunday after St. James, 30 Edward I. Seal.
[Warw.]B. 2706. Release in frank almoin by Roger son of Roger de Craswelle, to the monks of Pipewelle, of his right to lands, tenements, homages, &c. in Neubold, Little Lalleford (Lawford) and Little Herdeberwe (Harborough), late the property of Henry de Crassewelle his uncle. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph, viear of Neubolt, John de Pontefracto, Philip Pantolf and others (named). Thirteenth century.
[Warw.]B. 2707. Grant by Deffensor, prior of Kirqueby (Monks Kirkby), to William son of William Cousin of Neubold, and to his wife, of a messuage with curtilage in Neubold and land in Herdeberge (Harborough). Witnesses:—William loud of Newnam, William son of Walter de Neubold, William le Frankeleyn of Herdeberge, and others (named). [Henry III.] Fragment of seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 2708. Grant by Stephen le Tapenyr, to the abbot of Quarr, of all his goods, enumerated in an indenture made between him and the said abbot, with the fruits of the crops growing on his lands that year. Witnesses:— Henry le Melleward and John Picot, bailiffs of Neuport, and others (named). 7 June, A.D. 1337, and 11 Edward III. Seal.
I. of Wight.B. 2709. Grant by John le Dragoner of Nyuport, to Adam Jurdan called 'Le Tannere,' of a messuage in Nyuport. Witnesses:—John de Netham and John Russell, bailiffs of that town, and others (named). Wednesday after St. Ambrose the bishop, 14 Edward III. Seal, broken.
I. of Wight.B. 2710. Grant in frank almoin by Robert de Cristeschurche Twynham, to the abbot of Quarr, of a rent issuing out of land built upon, with the reversion thereof, in Neuport, in the street called 'Highestret'; and also of a rent issuing out of a tenement in the street called 'Crockerestret' in Neuport. Witnesses:—William Cunte and Robert de Cumpton, bailiffs of that town, and others (named). Monday after St. Peter ad Vincula, A.D. 1344, and 18 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]B. 2711. Confirmation by William son of Richard le Thaynel of Lenge Lalleford, of his father's grant to William Cosin of Neubold, of lands and messuages in Neubold. Witnesses:—William the marshal (marischallo) of Neubold, Geoffrey de Suineford of Lenge Lalleford and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal, broken.
[Warw.]B. 2712. Release by John son of Roger de Craswelle, to the monks of Pipewelle, of his right to lands, tenements, homages, &c., in Neubold, Little Lalleford and Little Herdeberwe. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph, vicar of Neubold, John de Pontefracto, John de Warewike, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Newbold, Little Lawford and Little Herdeborowe.
[I. of Wight.]B. 2713. Demise by Geoffrey, abbot of Quarr, to Roger Ude and his children Robert and Alice, of land in Nyeuport, with buildings. Michaelmas day, A.D. 1337, and 11 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Pylestrete in Nuport.
I. of Wight.B. 2714. Grant by Adam Jordan and Robert de Twynham, to John le Dragenir and Agnes his wife, of the messuage in the high street of Neuport, which they had of the grant of the said John. Saturday before St. Katherine the Virgin and Martyr, 16 Edward III. Seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 2715. Grant by Geoffrey, abbot of Quarr, to William Whittoc and Matilda his wife, and their daughter Alice, of land with buildings in the street called 'Sestrete' in Neuport. St. Valentine's day, A.D. 1334, and 9 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 2716. Grant by Richard atte Stone, son and heir of Thomas atte Stone, to Adam Jordan of a soler and a cellar in the street called 'Crokkerestret' in Neuport. Witnesses:—Nicholas le Potyere and John Penmark, bailiffs of that town, and others (named). Saturday after St. Vincent, 15 Edward III. Seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 2717. Grant by Geoffrey, abbot of Quarr, to Lucy Wodye and Agnes her daughter, of a messuage with curtilage in the high street (alta platea) of Neuport. Translation of St. Thomas the martyr, A.D. 1330, and 4 Edward III. Seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 2718. Grant by John called 'le Langetaylur,' to Stephen le Tapenir, of a tenement in the street called 'Pilstret' in Neuport. Witnesses:—John le Freusche and Robert de Comptone, bailiffs of that town, and others (named). Friday before the Epiphany, 18 Edward II.
[I. of Wight.]B. 2719. Grant by William atte Hyde, to John called 'le Langetaylur,' of a tenement in the street called 'Pilstret' in Neuport. Witnesses:— John le Frensche and Robert de Comptone, bailiffs of that town, and others (named). Monday, the morrow of St. Katherine, 18 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 2720. Grant by Stephen le Tapenyr, to Robert de Barton and Robert de Cristechurche Twynham, of all his lands and tenements in Neuport, viz. in the high street and in 'la Pylstret,' and in Caresbroke, Gatecumbe and Wyppingeham, and lands in Clerekenecroft, laud called 'Stonacre' in Weststaundon, at Gatecumbe, Schide and 'la Panne.' Friday after St. Barnabas the Apostle, 11 Edward III. Seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 2721. Grant by Stephen le Tapenyr of Neuport, to Robert de Barton and Robert de Christchurch Twynham, of all his lands and tenements, viz. of land in Neuport in the street called 'Highestret' and in 'la Pilstret' and land in the field called 'Clerekenecroft,' land called 'Stonacre' in Vestaundon, and at Gatecumbe, Schide and 'la Panne.' 7 June, 11 Edward III. Seal.
Berks. Oxford.B. 2722. Letter of attorney by Edmund Hungerford, knight, John Norreys, esquire, Roger Norreys and William Norreys, authorising William Cheueler, parson of the parish church of Inglefeld co. Berks, and William Engleys of Newenham co. Oxford, gentleman, to deliver to John Chaddeworth, bishop of Lincoln, and others, seisin of the manor of Newenham with its appurtenances in Warfeld, Benfeld, Bray, Brakenhale and Wynkefeld co. Berks, and in all the towns and parishes aforesaid. 4 February, 37 Henry IV. Three seals and a fragment.
[Oxford.]B. 2723. Grant by William Maylard the elder, of Northnewyntone next Broughtone, and William his son and heir, to John, lord of Broughtone, of a rent payable to the latter out of their lands and tenements in Northnewyntone next Broughtone. Sunday after St. Lucy the Virgin, 18 Edward II. Two seals.
[Hants.]B. 2724. Licence by Thomas, abbot of Nettley, in the diocese of Winchester, for Sir Thomas, a monk of that house, to absent himself from the abbey. 10 May, A.D. 1496.
N'hamp.B. 2725. Demise by Isabella, prioress of Catesby, to Edmund Newenham, gentleman, of lauds, tenements, &c., in Neubold, for ninety-nine years. 20 February, 8 Edward IV. Seal of arms.
[Hants ?]B. 2726. Grant by Richard de la Ethenestret, to his daughter Matilda, of land abutting on the way called 'Hillinewei.' Witnesses:—Geoffrey le Hore, Walter de la Blakelonda, William de Kingeswolle, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal, broken.
Endorsed: Charter of Matilda daughter of Richard de la Ethennestret, Niweham.
[Sussex ?]B. 2727. Grant in frank almoin by Robert de Sicele, to the abbot of Battle, of a rent issuing out of land in Newe Rede, bounded by the road from Stondenn' to Slepmelle and from Hedbroc. Witnesses:—Walter Franceis, Thomas de Mora, Hereward de Hauekherst, and others (named). [Henry III.] Fragment of seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 2728. Grant by John le Orfeure of the parish of Caresbroke, to the abbot of Quarr, of a rent issuing out of a fee next Longebrugge, in the parish of Niuechurche. Witnesses:—Sirs John de Insula and Robert de Clamorgan, knights, Richard Quer de Rey, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal.
Endorsed: Land near Langebrigge in the parish of Nywechurche near Hasele.
[Nthld ?]B. 2729. Grant by William Elyson del Hough, to John son of Alexander de Mitford, of all his lands and tenements in Newham. 5 October, 11 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Nthld.]B. 2730. Grant in frank almoin by William de Nevham, to the nuns of St. Bartholomew of Newcastle, of land in Dentuna with common of pasture, and also land in Nevham with a meadow called 'the moor of Grenechestre,' and common of turbary in his moor of Dentuna, the said lands being granted with two of his daughters. Witnesses:—Adam de Karram, William Bertram, Ralph son of Merevin de Nevham, and others (named). [Henry II.]
[Glam.]B. 2731. Grant by Richard de Mertherne, to Roger de Capenore, of a half messuage and land in the town of Neth, abutting upon the road leading to Redesete, and the highway called 'Nywestret.' Witnesses:— Robert le Norreis, constable of Neth, Walter Kacheurens, provost of that burgh, and others (named). Tuesday after St. Luke the Evangelist, 26 Edward [I.] Seal.
[Glam.]B. 2732. Grant by William Herbert, to Roger de Capenoure, of land in the marsh of Neth. Witnesses:—Stephen de Capenoure, constable, William Peres, provost, of the burgh of Neth, Henry de Seleburne, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 2733. Grant in frank almoin by Ralph del Estre, to the nuns of Sewardesiey, of land in Esteneston and Holecote abutting upon Mulilonde and Boymede, upon Shitereshulle and Wymfurlong. Witnesses:— Hugh son of Robert de Schitelhanger, Jordan Cut, Thomas Boterel, and others (named). Thirteenth century.
[N'hamp.]B. 2734. Grant in frank almoin by Robert de Lestre, with the consent of Ralph de Lestre his father, to the nuns of Sewardesley, of lands in the fields of Esteneston and Hulecote upon Schitereshul, at 'la greneweye, upon Sandhul, towards 'LaWallindelond,' at 'La Stoclung,' upon Armelewelle and Dusthul. Witnesses:—Hugh son of Robert de Schutelhanger, Jurdan Cut, Thomas Boterel, and others (named). Thirteenth century.
[N'hamp.]B. 2735. Grant in frank almoin by Richard son of Robert de Peri and by Sarra his wife, to the nuns of Sewardesley, of lands in Esteneston and Hulecote, upon Riggewey, Oldeding, Wymfurlong, Totehil and Hormede. Witnesses:—Hugh son of Robert de Schytelhanger, Jurdan Cut, Thomas Boterel, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
Endorsed: Charter of Richard Wreuche de Heste Pirie.
[Nthld.]B. 2736. Letter of attorney by the prioress of Nesham, authorising John Wakarfeld and John Berrell to receive possession of certain land according to a charter of Richard Conyers, knight. 25 February) 14 Henry VII. Seal.
[Glam.]B. 2737. Grant by Walter Herbert and Amabel his wife, to Roger de Capenore, of land at Haywodelonde next Neth extending to Westlangelonde, together with land called 'Portacre' and land near a certain rock called 'Bredestone.' Witnesses:—Stephen de Capenore, bailiff of Neth, Nicholas Brathan, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 2738. Grant in frank almoin by William del Estre, to the house of Sewardesley, of land called 'Lefsies aker' in Esteneston. Witnesses:— Seyrus de Pateshulle, Adam del Estre, Ivo de Pilesdone, and others (named). Thirteenth century.
[N'hamp.]B. 2739. Release by Ralph de Lestre, to the nuns of Sewardesley, of his right to the lands granted to them by Robert de Lestre his son, in frank almoin in Esteneston and Hulecote. Witnesses:—Hugh son of Robert de Schutelhanger, Jurdan Cut, Thomas Boterel and others (named). Thirteenth century.
[N'hamp.]B. 2740. Grant in frank almoin by Ralph de Estre, to the nuns of Sewardesley, of lands in Esteneston and Holecote, lying upon Medeforlong, 'le Holdestonidelf,' Esthemewodewey, Hilmede, 'le Hul,' Gangtres, Mulilonde, Boimede, and Vimforlong. Witnesses:—Hugh son of Robert de Schitelhanger, Jordan Cut, Thomas Boterel and others (named). Thirteenth century.
[N'hamp.]B. 2741. Grant in frank almoin by Ralph de Estre, to the nuns of Sewardesley, of lands in Esteneston and Holecote lying upon Medforlong, Theoldistonidelf, Estchemwodewey, Hilmede, 'le Hil' and 'le Gangestroues.' Witnesses:—Hugh son of Robert de Schitelhanger, Jurdan Cut, Thomas Boterel and others (named). Thirteenth century.
[N'hamp.]B. 2742. Demise by Henry de Coumbemartin, guardian of the lands &c., of William de Sancto Johanne in the manor of Estneston, to the lady Dionisia, the prioress, and the convent of Sewardesleye, of all the lands and tenements in Estneston, then in the possession of the said Henry as guardian of Giles son and heir of the said William. Thursday after St. Hilary, 10 Edward III. Seal of arms, broken.
[N'hamp.]B. 2743. Grant in frank almoin by Richard Delestre, to the nuns of Sewardesley, of all multure of corn of their house in his mill of Estenstona. Witnesses:—Jurdan Delestre, Ralph de Cayunes, Robert de Boscho, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Essex.]B. 2744. Grant by Nicholas Hok with the assent of Isabella his wife, to Oliver de Seintc Marie Glise, of land bordering upon the road leading to Nasinges, also land in Friteie abutting upon Luya, rendering to the lord of the fee the service of five men for five days in autumn, and three men for three days in haytime, &c. Witnesses:—Thomas de Halifeid, Robert Pain, Simon de Bosco, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 2745. Grant in frank almoin by Nicholas Patrik, son of Philip Patrik of Nassintun, to the nuns of St. Michael's, Stanford, of a certain tillage of his land called 'Scortwong' in Nassintun. Witnesses:—Alan de Hale, John de Holth of Newtun, Richard Peke and others (named). Thirteenth century. Fragment of seal.
[Linc.]B. 2746. Acknowledgment by William, called 'the clerk' (clericus) of Naveneby, that he has received from R. the abbot and the abbey of Fecamp, two pieces of land in Naveneby, for a yearly rent to be paid to their bailiff in England. November, A.D. 1282. Injured.
[N'hamp.]B. 2747. Bond of Ralph Maleys of Nassinton and Roger Boy of the same, for three shillings and sixpence due to the prioress of St. Michael's, Stanford, for the yearly rent of land in Nassinton. Thirteenth century. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 2748. Demise by Sir Nicholas de Bokeland and Sir Henry de Greystoke, clerks, commissioners on behalf of the king, to Dionisia the prioress, and the convent, of Sewardesle, of the manor of Estneston then in the king's hands. 30 September. 17 Edward III. French.
[N'hamp.]B. 2749. Acknowledgment by John de Pateshulle and Joan his wife, that they have received from William de Sancto Johanne and Richard Tybbay, by the hands of the prioress and the convent of Sewardesleye, 100s., for the rent of the manor of Esteston next Touecester. Craule, Monday after Michaelmas, 2 Edward III. Fragments of two seals.
[N'hamp.]B. 2750. Grant by William de Sancto Johanne of Plumpton, to the prioress and nuns of Sewardesleye, of four messuages and land in Estneston, held by three bondmen and one nief with their bodies, chattels, services and offspring (sequelis), and also a messuage there, and land in Pauelistocking, also a rent issuing out of other lands there, with the reversion of the said last-mentioned land, in exchange for messuages and lands in Essheby Canons. Thirteenth century.
[Essex.] Suffolk.B. 2751. Release by Robert Kendale of Brythlynggyshey, to Robert Podeney and others, of his right to lands lying in the field called 'Netysfeld,' part abutting on Crudmellane, part on the high road from Bures to Colchester, also land in the field called 'Tannerys,' in the meadow called 'Tunmanholme,' part upon Godardyspool, land in Tunmanmedwe called 'Martyneshook,' land called 'le Calvespasture' at Kenborne, and land in 'Kenbornemedwe,' all in Bures, with a yearly rent there. 27 March, 2 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 2752. Grant by Robert de Hareslade, to Stephen le Tapener and Christina his wife, of land in the high street of Newpord. Vigil of the Purification, A.D. 1330. Seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 2753. Release by Luke Nonharm son of Roger Nonharm, to Adam, the abbot of Quarr, of a messuage formerly held by his said father from the abbot, in the street called 'Suthstrete' in Niueport. Witnesses:— William Tripon and Robert Langman, provosts, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal.
[I. of Wight.]B. 2754. Grant in frank almoin by William the goldsmith (aurifaber), to the monks of Quarr, of a messuage in Newport (Novo Burgo). Witnesses:—Master Thomas Crespyn, William de la Mara, William de Cheuirdoin and others (named). Thirteenth century.
[Linc.]B. 2755. Grant in frank almoin by Roger le Keu of Thurleby, to the prioress and convent of St. Michael's, Staunford, of a messuage and land in Obethorpe, of which six acres are assarted, abutting upon land called 'le Hanne.' 20 January, 20 Edward I. Seal.
[Glouc.]B. 2756. Grant in frank almoin by Walter son of Martin le Norreys of Over Rindecumbe, with the consent of Clarice his wife, to the monks of Bruerne, of land in Over Rindecumbe abutting upon Rugwey and Cleywey, and at Oxsepathe, and abutting upon Ybicumbe in Oxsepathe. Witnesses:—John le Brun, Walter le Hout, John de Solers, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal, broken.
[Leic.]B. 2757. Grant by Henry son of Luke de Overton Sancey, to William Leffyng of Wythem. . . . of land in Overton Sancey, part in the tillages called 'Halewelle' and 'Rawenesholm,' part at Wodesheuese and 'le Wyteleyes,' &c. Witnesses:—William Gille of Overton Sancey, Geoffrey le Grue, Robert de Wodekote and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 2758. Grant by William son of Robert de Esteneston, to William Schin, of land to be held by the latter from him in [Esteneston], rendering the yearly service of three days' reaping at 'Bedripes' and 'Nedripes.' Also other land on Sandhill and in Heihtene holm, &c. Witnesses:— William and Jordan, presbyters, Ralph Wittauuere, Adam de la Forode, William de Hese and others (named). Twelfth century.
[N'hamp.]B. 2759. Bond by the prioress of Sywardysle, to the Archdeacon for the time being, of Northampton, for the payment of a yearly pension in recompence for the fruits, &c. of the church of Estnestone (Easton Neston) in the diocese of Lincoln. Tenth of the kalends of June, [23 May] A.D. 1378. Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]B. 2760. Demise by Thomas Adam of Norhamptone and Isabella his wife, to Reginald Byfle of the same and Alice his wife, of a shop and a yearly rent in 'le Smerekerneresrowe' in Norhampton. Witnesses:—William Wakeleyn, mayor, Richard Lyllebourne and William Catworth, bailiffs, of Northampton, and others (named). Thursday the feast of St. Mary Magdalen, 41 Edward III. Two seals, one broken.
[N'hamp.]B. 2761. Demise by Margaret Lodebrok, prioress of Sewardesleye, to Alice Mullesworthe of Norhampton, of a shop in 'le Smerekerneresrowe' in Norhampton. Sunday in Mid Lent, 27 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]B. 2762. Grant by Beatrice, late the wife of Walter de Burgo of Norhampton, to the prioress and nuns of Sewardesle, of a messuage in Abyntonstrete and of a shop and rent issuing out of another shop in Norhampton. Witnesses:—Thomas de Staunford, mayor, Adam Garlekmongere and Simon de Grafton, bailiffs, of Norhampton and others (named). Wednesday in Whitsun week, 17 Edward III. Seal broken.
N'hamp.B. 2763. Release by Pentecust son of Osbert de Morton of Norhampton and Alice his wife, to Walter de Burgo and Beatrice his wife of the same, of their right to all the messuages, rents, lands, and tenements in Norhampton, which the said Pentecust had of the said Walter's grant. Witnesses:—Henry le Garlecmongere, mayor, John de Stratton and Geoffrey de Herleston, bailiffs, of Norhampton, and others (named). Friday, the feast of St. Andrew the Apostle, 18 Edward II. Seal.
N'hamp.B. 2764. Grant by John le Palmere of Norhampton, and Katherine his wife, to Walter de Burgo of the same and Beatrice his wife, of a rent issuing out of a shop on 'le Maltrowe' in Norhampton. Witnesses:— Adam de Cotesbrok, mayor, Onorius Sancee and Philip de Pisseford, bailiffs, of Norhampton, and others (named). Monday after St. Matthew the Apostle, 11 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
N'hamp.B. 2765. Demise by Pentecust son of Osbert de Mortone of Norhampton, to Walter de Burgo and Beatrice his wife, of all the tenements and rents in Norhampton, which he had of the grant of the said Walter, viz. in Abindonestrete and opposite 'le Bredlepis,' also in 'Berewardisstrete,' &c. Examination of Alice, wife of the said Pentecust, as to her assent to the above demise. Witnesses:—Robert le Rous, mayor, William de Burgo and John de Spaldwyk, bailiffs, of Norhampton, and others (named). Monday in Easter Week, 17 Edward II. Seal.
N'hamp.B. 2766. Demise by Margaret, prioress of Sewardesleye, to Thomas Wakeleyn of Norhampton and Agnes his wife, of a shop in Norhampton. Tuesday in the quinzaine of Easter, 24 Edward III. Seal and portion of seal.
N'hamp.B. 2767. Grant by Pentecust son of Osbert de Mortone of Norhampton, to Walter de Burgo and Beatrice his wife, of a messuage and shop in Abindonestrete in Norhampton. Witnesses:—Robert, mayor of Norhampton, and others (named). Monday in Easter week, 17 Edward II. Seal.
Endorsed: Enrolled in the time of Robert le Rous, mayor of Norhampton.
N'hamp.B. 2768. Demise by Walter de Pateshulle of Norhampton and Alice his wife, to Amabel, wife of Daniel le Ferour of the same, of their shop in Abyndonestrete in Norhampton. Saturday the feast of the Assumption 32 Edward [I.] Two seals, slightly broken.
[Warw.]B. 2769. Confirmation by Robert son of Henry de Schypton, of the grant for ten years by Emma his mother, to Richard de la Lye, of land in 'Northon' belonging to her as dower. Feast of the Purification, 3 Edward I.
N'hamp.B. 2770. Release by Lucy, prioress of Sewardesle, of all arrears of rent due from William Mount, the younger, of Norhampton, for a messuage in St. James Street, Norhampton. Michaelmas day, 33 Edward [I.] Seal.
Somers.B. 2771. Receipt by Sir Richard de Plessetis, steward of the king's forest in Somersetshire, for the payment to him by Sir John, prior of Meydenebradelegh, 'ordinator' of the will of William de Plessetis and by Sir James de Plessetis, rector of the church of Samforde, executor of the said William, and by the other co-executors, of 100l. 9s. 1d., in return for which he binds himself to maintain a chaplain in the chapel of Nyweton for ever. Witnesses:—Giles de Flory, William Poleyn, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal, with impression of stag.
N'hamp.B. 2772. Release by Walter de Pateshulle and Alice his wife of Northampton, to Walter de Burgo son of Robert de Burgo of the same, of their right to a tenement in Abindone street in Northampton. Witnesses:—Pentecost de Kershalton, mayor, William le Sotele and William Baron, bailiffs, of Norhampton, and others (named). Saturday the vigil of St. Peter ad Vincula, 33 Edward I. Fragments of two seals.
N'hamp.B. 2773. Demise by Walter son of Robert de Burgo of Norhampton, to Amabel, wife of Daniel le Ferour of the same, of a shop in Abyndone street in Norhampton. Thursday after SS. Simon and Jude, 32 Edward [I.] Seal.
N'hamp.B. 2774. Release by Walter de Patishille of Norhampton, to Walter de Burgo, of his right to a tenement in Norhampton. Witnesses:— John de Staunford, mayor, Sampson son of Gervase and John le Wedour, bailiffs, of Norhampton, and others (named). Friday after St. Matthias the Apostle, 4 Edward II. Seal.
N'hamp.B. 2775. Grant by Ralph Omnibon of Bannebyri, to Walter de Geython and Edith the grantor's daughter, of a messuage in Northamthon. Witnesses:—Sirs Nicholas de Wymale and John de Geyton, and others (named). Sunday after Ascension day, 26 Edward [I.] Seal, broken.
N'hamp.B. 2776. Grant by Margery de Cranesle, relict of Matthew de Oxonia of Norhampton, widow, to Richard Kouham and Juetta his wife, of her house in the parish of All Saints in Norhampton. Witnesses:— Robert son of Henry, mayor, Ralph de Spaldewyke and Robert de Burgo, bailiffs, of Norhampton, and others (named). Wednesday before SS. Simon and Jude, 17 Edward [I.] Fragment of seal.
[ ]B. 2777. Grant by Godfrey son of Roger de Freuges, to Ralph son of Licas, of land at Nort. Witnesses:—William de Burun, Ralph Malamerche, William Malamerche, and others (named). Twelfth century. Seal.
[Derby.]B. 2778. Grant by John de Bollehawe and Thomas de Bildeston, chaplains, to Alvred de Sulny, knight, of a rent issuing out of the manor of Newton Sulny (Newton-Solney). Monday after St. Hilary, 41 Edward III. Two seals.
[Oxford.]B. 2779. Grant in frank almoin by Alan the chamberlain (Camerarius) of Middelton, to the monks of Bruerne, of land in 'la Felde' called 'Norcroft,' of a bondman with his issue, and of other lands and tenements in 'la Felde.' Witnesses:—William de Mandeville, Geoffrey le Sauvage, Simon de Swelle and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
[Surrey.]B. 2780. Release by Emma and Edith, the daughters and heiresses of Robert de Merton, to Roger, vicar of Kyngeston, of their right to a rent payable to them by the said Roger for land in Norbetone at 'le Goldbeteres,' and also for land in Kyngeston at 'Le Meydenelond.' Feast of SS. Peter and Paul, 22 Edward I. Two seals, one broken.
[Hants.]B. 2781. Grant by Denys Fortin, to Walter le Flameng of Suthamton, of rents from two houses, one in Estret, part due for land held by the grantor in Nyweton, rendering yearly to the grantor half a pound of cumin or one penny. Witnesses:—Benet Azouer, mayor of [Southampton] . . . . bolchose, steward, William Fortin and . . . . . bailiffs, and others (named). 15 October, A.D. 1[2]42.
[York.]B. 2782. Demise by William de Cliff, to Peter de Acclom, of lands, tenements, &c., in Neuton in Whitbystrande, for ten years. Whitsunday, A.D. 1325.
[Notts.]B. 2783. Grant by Hugh son of Emma de Neuthorpe, to Sir Hugh de Goushulle, rector of the church of Radeclive (Ratcliffe) on Trent, and Robert Ingram of Nottingham, of land in Neuthorpe in 'Le Neufeld' abutting upon a pasture called 'Begerleth' and upon 'le Croshalveacres.' Witnesses:—John Arnold of Neuthorpe, Robert on le Grene, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal.
[Durham ?]B. 2784. Release by Robert son of Robert son of Vuerin de Neuton, to his lord, Ranulf son of Robert, of land in Neuton lying at Dalesco, Burelsco, Muserun, in the field of Staineshoa at Didecanesmire, Heselhoud, Lindalehoud, Rocwicgate, Kikelhoud, Eskilhoud, Schundercorn, Garlacre and Scarpedale. Witnesses:— Sirs Thomas de Pyrhou, William de Moy, and others (named) [Henry III.] Two seals.
[Durham.]B. 2785. Grant by William de Hilton, lord of Hilton, knight, to Ralph, lord of Neville, of lands, tenements, rents, and services in Neuton next Boldon. 14 August, 16 Richard II. Portion of seal of arms.
Middx. Suff.B. 2786. Demise by John Wolston and Richard Phylip, to Alan Buxhulle, knight, of the manor of Newtonhalle with the advowson of the church of Neuton and the manor of Wyke, which they had of the grant of the said Alan, to hold to the said Alan and his heirs, with remainders to Richard Nevill, earl of Salisbury and Alice his wife and her issue, Elizabeth wife of Robert, lord of Wyllughby, Anne, wife of Lewis John and late the wife of Richard Haukeford, knight, and the heirs of the said Elizabeth and Anne, &c. 10 March, 14 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Notts.]B. 2787. Release by Richard son of Adam the miller (molendinarii) of Neuthorp, to Hugh son of Emma de Neuthorp, of a rent payable by the said Hugh for land in Neuthorp. Witnesses:—Robert de Neuthorp, Thomas Arnald, Geoffrey de Derleye, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal broken.
[Notts.]B. 2788. Grant by Thomas son of Thomas Arnald of Neuthorpe, to John Aunald of the same, of land in Neuthorpe. Witnesses:—Thomas de Cressy, John de Selston, Robert de la Grene, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal.
[Notts.]B. 2789. Grant by William Middilton son of John Middilton, to Robert Felow, vicar of Gresley (Greasley), John Wilson, vicar of Selston, and James Mason, of a capital messuage, lands, and tenements in Watenow Chaworth and lands in Newethorp, to hold, subject to a yearly payment to the said William and Elyn his wife, for the benefit of the prior and house of Beauvale. 2 June, 17 Henry VII. English.
[Notts.]B. 2790. Letter of attorney by William Mason, authorising Richard Gresebroke to deliver seisin of certain land to Thomas Wartre and John Chaumberleyn. Neuthorp, 4 April, 11 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Notts.]B. 2791. Letter of attorney by John Ferrour son of William Ferrour of Neuthorpe, authorising William Ferrour of the same, to deliver to Richard de Chesterfield a canon of Lincoln, and others, seisin of lands in Neuthorp which the said John had of the gift of Thomas Purchas of Marsh La.ngley. Saturday after Michaelmas, 50 Edward III.
[Notts.]B. 2792. Grant by William Hyklyng, rector of the church of Thornour, to Edmund Purpount and Nicholas de Sfreuley, knights, and others, of lands and tenements in Neuthorp. Witnesses:—Alexander le Metham, knight, lord of Thornour, and others (named). Feast of the beheading of St. John the Baptist, 12 Henry IV. Portion of seal.
Notts.B. 2793. Letter of attorney by John Worthyngton of Wattenowe Chaworth, authorising Thomas Hertyshorne of Neuthorp, to deliver to Robert Lambe seisin of a moiety of a messuage and lands at Neuthorp. 4 April, 27 Henry VI. Seal.
[Notts.]B. 2794. Grant by Roger son of John de Neuthorp, to John son of Robert de Watenowe, of land in 'le Riding' in Neuthorp, adjoining land called 'Lincroft.' Tuesday, Christmas eve, A.D. 1308.
[Notts.]B. 2795. Letter of attorney by William Hyklyng, rector of the church of Thornour, authorising John Bakar of Aldesworth, and John Warde of Kymmerley, to deliver to Edmund Purpount, Nicholas Streuly, knights, and others, seisin of all his lands and tenements, &c. in Neuthorp. Thursday after the beheading of St. John the Baptist, A.D. 1311. Fragment of seal.
[Notts.]B. 2796. Grant by John de Driffeld of Nottingham, to Robert Ingram of the same, of a messuage and land, &c., in Neuthorp in the parish of Greseleye. Witnesses:—Robert de Kymmerleye, Thomas de Cressy, John Arnald of Neuthorp and others (named). Fourteenth century. Seal.
[Bucks.]B. 2797. Release by Henry Payn of Neuportpaynel, to Sir Roger de Somery, of his right to a burgage in Neuportpaynel. Witnesses:— Sirs William de Nowers and Robert Barry, knights, Roger de Tyringham, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal.
[Notts.]B. 2798. Grant by Richard Wythals, son of Ralph Wythals of Neuthorpe, to John Arnald of the same, of land in Neuthorp lying upon 'le Smalethornis' and abutting on 'le Neuhedic,' in 'le Breche' abutting on Howethaze Hillis and 'le Stonilandis,' in 'le Cristing' except land in 'le Neufeld' on 'le Heugaudebuttis.' Tuesday after Easter, 9 Edward II. Seal.
Bucks.B. 2799. Indenture between Thomas, earl of Ormond, lord of Rocheford, and John Teringham, witnessing that the latter holds from the said earl, as of his manor of Newport Paynell, certain lands in Teringham and Filgrave by knight's service. 10 July, 7 Henry VII. Seal, broken.
Bucks.B. 2800. Release by Fulk Birmyngeham, clerk, to Thomas Ormond, knight, earl of Ormond, of his right to the manors of Neuport Paynell and Little Lynford. 26 June, 9 Henry VII.