Deeds
A.4001 - A.4100

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1900

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'Deeds: A.4001 - A.4100', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3 (1900), pp. 19-30. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64319 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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A.4001 - A.4100

[Surrey.]A. 4001. Release by John Asswy of Suwerk, to Sir John de Warrenne, earl of Surrey, of all his right in a messuage in Suwerk, opposite St. Olave's [church]. Witnesses:—Sirs Robert de Cokefeld, Richard de Ferring, knights, and others (named). [A.D. 1240–1347.] Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4002. Demise by Arnald Pride, to John the cook (coco), of all his land in Sutwere marsh, adjoining the Thames, paying 2s. 6d. yearly to the bishop of Winchester and 2s. to James de Lond' the goldsmith. Witnesses:—William Crudde, Paulinus Swypman and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Surrey.]A. 4003. Release by Robert Wyntryngham, kinsman and heir of William Wyntryngham, to Robert Lyndesey and Thomas Bridlyngton, citizens of London, and to John Wisebeche, skinner, of Southwark, of all his right in lands and tenements in Southwerk in St. Olave's parish. 10 February, 15 Richard II. Damaged.
[Surrey ?]A. 4004. Grant by Adam son of Jordan le Beaw, to John the eldest son of John de Sancto Egidio, of a daywork (daywercam) and a half of land in Merden. Tuesday, the vigil of St. Margaret the virgin, 23 Edward [I]. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4005. Demise by Thomas, son of William, late vintner of Suwerck, to William the vintner of Suwerck, of 15s. 5d. quit rent payable for some stone houses in the parish of St. Olave in Suwerck; of a grange and curtilage outside the Bar of Suwerck in Niwentone parish, in the holding of the prior of St. Mary's, Suwerck, and of land in Camerwell parish. Witnesses:—Ralph de Hyrlande, William de Beckwell, and others (named). Seal of arms.
[Surrey.]A. 4006. Sale and release by James the goldsmith, son of Alan, to John the cook (coco) of the bishop of Norwich, of two messuages in Sutwerk in the parish of St. Margaret, in the marsh of the bishop of Winchester. Witnesses:—John de Sutwerk, Ernald Pride and others (named).
[Surrey.]A. 4007. Grant by Thomas Gylemyn, chaplain, and Robert Corbet, of Bedyngton, to Master William de Carreu, son of Sir Nicholas de Carreu, knight, and to Nicholas de Carreu, the elder son of Thomas de Carreu, of land in Mycbam (Mitcham), adjoining a field called 'Northfeld' and the water called 'Lovebourn.' Witnesses:—Sir Thomas Huscarl, knight, and others (named). Monday before St. James the apostle, 22 Edward III. Two seals.
[Surrey.]A. 4008. Demise by John de Gatesdene, to Sir Philip Basset, of all his land in Mayford, which he had of the gift of Walter de Langeford. Witnesses:—Sirs Walter de Merton, chancellor of England, Gilbert de Preston, Robert de Briwes, William de Wilton, and William de Engelfeud, justices of the king, Sirs David de Jarpunvill, William de Insula, Hubert de Ruly, Richard de Ruly, Robert le Chaumberleng, Roger de la Hyde, and Walter de la Hide, knights, and others (named). [Edward I.]
Endorsed:—'Maiford juxta Wocking.'
[Surrey.]A. 4009. Grant by Walter de Langeford, to John de Gatesdan, clerk, of all his land in Mayford. Witnesses:—Sirs Nicholas de Wauci, Peter de la Brach, sheriff of Surrey and Sussex, Godfrey, and John son of Philip, the king's stewards, Henry de Capella, and William Gernun, Robert de Hales, William de London, clerk of the king's wardrobe, and others (named). [33—36 Henry III.]
[Surrey.]A. 4010. Release by Hawyse de Nevile, late the wife of Sir John de Gatesden, widow, to Sir Philip Basset, of all her right of dower in her late husband's lands in Mayford. Witnesses:—Sirs William de Wyltone, Gilbert de Prestetone, William de Insula, Hubert de Ruylly, David de Jarpunvill, Robert le Chaumberleyng, and Walter de la Hyde, knights, and others (named). [Edward I.]
[Surrey.]A. 4011. Release by Edmund, son and heir of Thomas Moriz, of North Lambhuth, to Walter ate Bregge of Lambhuth, of all his right in land and meadow in the parish of Lambhuth at 'le Estlond.' Sunday before St. Gregory the pope. 5 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4012. Release by Nicholas Rons, of Myecham, to Henry de Strete, citizen and vintner of London, of all his right in lands and tenements in Myecham, purchased by the said Henry from William Mareys of the same. Sunday after St. Luke the Evangelist, 21 Edward III. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4013. Grant by William Mareys of Mycham, to William de Carreu, son of Sir Nicholas de Carreu, knight, of land in Mycham, adjoining a field called 'Nortfeld,' and the water called 'Lotebourn.' Bedyugton, Thursday after St. Catherine, 10 Edward III.
[Surrey.]A. 4014. Release by Lecia late the wife of William Pikuge of Kersaulton, widow, to the prior and canons of Merton, for the use of the almoner of Merton, of all her right of dower or otherwise, in a croft called 'Newecroft' in Kersaulton, with other land there. Witnesses:—William Aumbesas, Ralph de la Chaumbre, Ernald de Wykeford, and others (named). Seal.
[Surrey ?]A. 4015. Grant by Thomas de Merdenne son of Alexander, to Sir Nicholas de Walingeford, chaplain, and perpetual vicar of Merdenne, of four dayworks (daywerkas) of land adjoining land of the said vicar. Witnesses:—James de Riddenne, Peter Dudeman, bailiff, and others (named). [Henry III.] Damaged.
[Surrey.]A. 4016. Grant by Ralph de Alegate, clerk, to John de Hadestok, son of Augustine de Hadstok, late citizen of London, of a garden in Suwerk (Southwark), in St. Margaret's parish, in the marsh of the bishop of Winchester, adjoining the garden of Stephen de Folbourn, bishop of Waterford. Witnesses:—Gregory de Roquesle, mayor of London, John Horn and Ralph le Blond, sheriffs, and others (named). [3–4 Edward I.] Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4017. Grant by William Redeston of Suthwerk, to Thomas Wynchecombe, son of John Wynchecombe, citizen and armourer of London, of a moiety of a tenement and gardens in Suthwerk, in St. Olave's parish, in a place called 'Burgoyne' adjoining the high road leading from Bermondsey, and formerly belonging to Thomas Serle, citizen and 'malemaker' of London. 16 October, 21 Richard II. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4018. Grant by Ralph son of Robert le Passager, and Matilda his wife, to John Baudre, citizen and fishmonger of London, of a messuage and curtilage in Suthewerk in St. Olave's parish, paying a yearly rent to the grantor, to Richard le Gyvur and to John Prest. Witnesses:— Henry de Dunleye, bailiff of Suthewerk, John de Wattone, servant of the archbishop of Canterbury, Geoffrey the clerk, of Beremundeseye, and others (named). [Henry III.] Two seals.
[Surrey.]A. 4019. Grant by Nicholas de Essex to John de Holeghe, of 15s. 5d. yearly rent paid by the prior and convent of St. Pancras, Lewes, for a tenement in Suthewerk, in St. Olave's parish, late Adrian Aschwy's. Reygate, 6 September, 4 Edward II.
[Surrey.]A. 4020. Release by Robert Jayler, alias Wyntryngham, of Kyngeston, kinsman of William Wyntryngham, of Southwerk, deceased, to John Maldelayne of London, of all his right in all the lands and tenements of the said William in Southwerk. 20 March. 17 Richard II.
[Surrey.]A. 4021. Demise by John Danyell, the prior, and the convent of St. Pancras, Lewes, co. Sussex, to Hermann Harryson, 'Blaksmyth,' of the parish of St. Olave's, Southwerk, and to Christiana his wife, of a shop with soller, and three cottages with sollers and two gardens in the said parish, in a lane called 'Caterlane,' by the great gate of the hostel of the said prior, for twenty-nine years. 28 May A.D. 1448, 26 Henry VI. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4022. Grant by William de la Rude, of the parish of Wocking, to William de la Bruere, of the moor formerly held by Osebert le Bws, with an addition (quadam augmentacione) up to the present bounds but not including the dyke outside them. Witnesses:—Ralph de Papeworthe, William de Horisulle, clerk, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Surrey.]A. 4023. Grant by Thomas Botiller of Suthwerk, and Alice his wife, kinswoman and heiress of Richard Wynchecombe, her uncle, late citizen and armourer of London, to Thomas Serle, citizen and 'Malemakere' of the same, of a moiety of a tenement with gardens in the parish of St. Olave, Suthwerk, in a place called 'Burgoyne,' adjoining the high road to Bermondeseye. Tuesday the vigil of the apostles Simon and Jude, 18 Richard II. Two seals.
[Surrey.]A. 4024. Release by Sir John de Northwod, knight, of Kent, son and heir of Sir Roger de Northwod, to William de Wyntringham, carpenter, of Suthwerk, of all his right in a plot of land in Suthwerk by London, in St. Olave's parish, adjoining a tenement called 'Northwodes.' Saturday, the feast of the nativity of the Virgin Mary, 43 Edward III.
Surrey.]A. 4025. Demise by John Wynchecombe, citizen and armourer of London, and Thomas Wynchecombe, his son, to William Sertayn, citizen and bowyer of the same, and to Alice his wife, of a tenement and garden in Burgoyne, in the parish of St. Olave near Suthwerk, London, for their lives, with remainder to their eldest surviving child for its life. 12 July, 23 Richard II. Two seals.
[Surrey.]A. 4026. Grant by Gilbert Threle, to the king, of a plot of meadow called 'Smalemede' in Henle by Guldeford. 4 May, 29 Edward [III]. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4027. Grant by William Stedeman and Emma his wife, to the king, of a parcel of a meadow called 'Heweresmed,' and a parcel of a moor called 'Heweresmor' in Henle. Henle by Guldeford, 4 May, 29 Edward [III]. Two seals.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in May of the year within written.
[Surrey.]A. 4028. Grant by William Fynche, to the king, of two parcels of the same meadow and moor. Henlee by Guldeford, 8 May, 29 Edward [III]. Seal.
Endorsed: 'non irrotulatur propter minorem etatem donatoris.'
[Surrey.]A. 4029. Grant by William Millecent, and Isabella his wife, to the king, of two parcels of the same meadow and moor. Henle by Guldeford, 4 May, 29 Edward [III]. Two seals.
Endorsed as A. 4027.
[Surrey.]A. 4030. Release by Isabella Pors, to the king, of all her right in a plot of meadow called 'Porsesmed,' and in a plot of moor in Henle by Guldeford. 15 May, 29 Edward [III]. Seal.
Endorsed as A. 4027.
[Surrey.]A. 4031. Release by Philip de Rykford and Juliana his wife, to the king, of all their right in a plot of land called 'Hetheres' in Henle by Guldeford. 7 May, 29 Edward [III]. Two seals.
Endorsed as A. 4027.
[Surrey.]A. 4032. Sale and release by John son of Guy, to Gilbert Basset, of all his meadow in Coteshers, in the manor of Sandres. Witnesses: —Gilbert de Basevil, Ralph de Papewurze, and others (named). [Henry III.]
Endorsed: 'Wocking.'
[Surrey.]A. 4033. Acquittance by William atte Gate, to the king, for 60s. received for the use of William Fynche, for certain plots of meadow and moor in Henle, sold by Fynche to the king. 17 May, 22 Edward [III]. Seal.
Endorsed as A. 4027.
[Surrey.]A. 4034. Grant by Geoffrey le Dine, son of Richard le Dine, of Sende, to Sir Fulk Basset, bishop of London, of an acre of meadow in Woking meadow, and part of a meadow in Brademed. Witnesses:— Ralph de Papeworth, Roger de Doudeswall, and others (named). [A.D. 1241–1260.] Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4035. Release by John Hewere, to the king, of all his right in a parcel of meadow called 'Heweresmed' and in a parcel of moor called 'Heweresmore,' in Henle, which the king has of the gift of William Stedeman and Emma his wife. 15 May, 29 Edward [III]. Seal.
Endorsed as A. 4027.
[Surrey.]A. 4036. Release by Isabella Pors, to the king, of all her right in the cottage and curtilage in Henle by Guldeford, which Richard Pors and Juliana his wife gave to the king. 15 May, 29 Edward [III]. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4037. Grant by John atte Mull, to the king, of a messuage and curtilage, water-mill, land, pasture, moor, and meadow in Henle by Guldeford. 4 May, 29 Edward [III]. Seal.
Endorsed as A. 4027.
[Surrey.]A. 4038. Grant by John Edward, to the king, of a plot of meadow called 'Porsesmed,' and of a plot of moor in Henle by Guldeford. 4 May, 29 Edward [III]. Seal.
Endorsed as A. 4027.
[Surrey.]A. 4039. Release by Emma, daughter of Robert atte Hethe, to the king, of all her right in a plot of land called 'Hetheres,'in Henle by Guldeford. 7 May, 29 Edward [III]. Seal.
Endorsed as A. 4028.
[Surrey.]A. 4040. Grant by John Flecchere and Joan his wife, to the king, of a plot of land called 'Hetheres,' in Henle by Guldeford. 4 May, 29 Edward [III]. Two seals.
Endorsed as A. 4027.
[Surrey.]A. 4041. Grant by John de Withewell, to the king, of a plot of moor culled 'Pilmor' in Henle. 4 May, 29 Edward [III]. Seal.
Endorsed as A. 4027.
[Surrey.]A. 4042. Grant by John Aynolf, to the king, of a cottage and toft called 'Aynolfsthyng' in Henle by Guldeford in exchange for a plot called 'le Hethers.' 8 May, 29 Edward [III]. Seal.
Endorsed as A. 4027.
[Surrey.]A. 4043. Grant by John de Stoughton, to the king, of a plot of moor called 'Stoughtonesmore' in Henle. 4 May, 29 Edward [III]. Seal of arms.
Endorsed as A. 4027.
[Surrey.]A. 4044. Grant by William atte Gate, to the king, of a messuage and land in Henle by Guldeford, with 18d. yearly rent, in exchange for lands called respectively 'Hallereslond' 'Westesmed,' and 'Westesmore,' in Worplesdon, and pasture called 'Cobetesmore' in Henle. 8 May, 29 Edward [III]. Seal.
Endorsed as A. 4027.
[Surrey.]A. 4045. Foot of fine whereby Thomas Stanley of Stanley, knight, and Margaret his wife, countess of Richemound, convey to the king, land, meadow, pasture and wood, with 9s. rent called 'Bagshotesland' in Bagshote. Westminster, Octave of the Purification, 21 Edward IV.
[Surrey.]A. 4046. Release by Joan, late the wife of Robert de Swalclyve, citizen of London, to Sir John Vincencii, of Waltham Holy Cross, and to his brother, Sir Richard, of all her right in a curtilage, with meadow land and a dove-cot therein, in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene, Bermundeseye. Witnesses:—Sir Thomas, rector of St. Edmund's, Lumbardestrete, master John Sunday, rector of St. Mary's, Wlchchehawe, and others (named). Monday after the translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 14 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Surrey.A. 4047. Demise by Bennet de Freudesberi, to Andrew Turk, citizen and fishmonger of London, of a messuage with shops, garden, pond &c. in Bermondesye, for six years. 4 June, 18 Edward III. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4048. Grant by Laurence the smith (faber), of Bermundes[ey], to William de Rokesle, citizen of London, and Sarah his wife, of land in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene, Bermundes[ey] adjoining land called 'le Wylde' of the prior of Beremundes[ey]. Witnesses:—Henry Freg, Peter Sarang, Godin le Porter, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4049. Grant by Isabella le Luminurs of Bermundes[ey], to William de Rokesle, citizen of London, and Sarah his wife, of land in the field called 'Watirfeld' in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene, Bermundes[ey], which was given to the said Isabella by John son of William le Luminurs her brother on her marriage with Henry son of William de Dilwys. Witnesses:—Geoffrey Clo, Henry Freg, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4050. Grant by Elyas de Hertford, clerk, to Sir Adam de Strattone, clerk, of a messuage with grange &c. in Bedingtone. Witnesses:—Sirs Thomas Esporun and Gerard de Ely, William Fiz, parson of Bedingtone, Hugh de Kersalton, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4051. Grant by John Powel of Retherhythe, to William de Rokesle, citizen of London, and to Sarah his wife, of land in Peveresfeld, in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene, Bermundeseye, adjoining lands called 'Watergong,' and 'le Wilde,' and in Northwaneworth in the parish of St. Mary, Retherhythe, adjoining land called 'Suthwaneworth.' Tuesday before the Purification, 26 Edward I. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4052. Grant by William le Mareschal of the parish of Certeseye, to Sir John, perpetual vicar of Certeseye, of all his tenement with four shops (seudis) and curtilages adjoining in Chertsey, with land and a small grove (gravettam), at 'la Wodeland' in the said parish adjoining the high road to Guldeford. Saturday after St. Hilary, 23 Edward III. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4053. Grant by John, perpetual vicar of Certeseye, to William le Mareschal, of the same, and to Isabella his wife, in tail, of the premises described in A. 4052, with reversion to the right heirs of the said William. Wednesday, the feast of St. Scholastica, 24 Edward III. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4054. Demise by John Oliver, the elder, of Croydon, to Thomas Smygh of the same, and to Margery, his wife, of a curtilage in Croydon, for one hundred and one years. Monday after St. Lucy the virgin, 44 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4055. Agreement between Sir Alan Basset and William de la Rude, whereby the said William is to hold from Sir Alan certain land and moor which Thomas de la Goldhord held in Wocking manor; in return for which and for a purpresture adjoining the road from Herisull to Sithwod, and extending from beyond Parlingeford, the said William has released to the said Alan, all his right in the land which Thomas de la Goldhord held, and all purprestures which Alan or his heir3 have made in Woking manor. Witnesses:—Sir War' Basset, and others (named). Feast of the Purification, 13 Henry III.
[Surrey.]A. 4056. Release by Richard Costaintyn, citizen and draper of London, to John Cole, citizen and draper of the same, and to Alice his wife, of all his right in the tenement with houses, ponds, gardens &c. in the parish of St. Olave, Sutwerk, which he had of the gift of the said John. London, Wednesday before St. James the apostle, 25 Edward I.
[Surrey.]A. 4057. Grant by John Dellere, of Croindone, to William Bernevyle of the same, and to Mary his wife, of land by 'le Fousesgrene,' adjoining land of John atte Delle, the grantor's younger brother. Thursday after St. Leo the pope, 20 Edward III.
[Surrey.]A. 4058. Agreement between Alan Basset, and Geoffrey de Ho, whereby the said Geoffrey releases to the said Alan, all that is contained by the mill-dyke at 'Crumb,' and also his common of Fetrebroch, and also grants to the said Alan the dyke along his meadow of Illenale, by his plantation on the bank of the Waye: the said Alan in return, granting to the said Geoffrey, the meadow between Hobourne and Kingeswarthe lately held by Gery de la Rune. Witnesses:—Ruant' de Caume, Gilbert de Basevill', William de Papeworthe, and others (named). [Henry III.]
Endorsed: 'Woking.'
[Surrey.]A. 4059. Grant by Philip de Tunewrthe, to William de Huertmere, in marriage with Agnes, the grantor's daughter, of four crofts called respectively 'le Ham,' adjoining the high road from Bradelyeghe, 'le Buttes,' 'le Brechesendes' adjoining the field called 'la Brech,' and 'le Mulecroft' with a moor called 'Hambrok,' and meadow land in 'la Mersh,' adjoining the water called 'le Pol,' all in Suttune, in Wokkinge manor. Witnesses:— Robert de Papewrthe, Geoffrey le Dive, and others (named). [Henry III.] Cancelled.
[Surrey.]A. 4060. Agreement between Alan Basset and Peter de Pirefr', whereby the latter grants that the portion of a pasture in Wockinge called 'Fetebroc' which Alan has inclosed, may remain to him and that he may enclose one third of the remainder, in return for a grant of common in. the unenclosed part of the said pasture to the said Peter and his men of Wockinge, and the use of the cross road to Coyninere ford, except when the land of Coyninere is sown (inbladata). Witnesses:—Gilbert de Basevile, William de Papewurthe, and others (named). [Henry III.] Damaged.
[Surrey.]A. 4061. Release by Juliana, daughter of Hamo de Sitwde, to Sir Fulk Basset, bishop of London, of all her right in a moor called Hamo's moor, in Coresbrok, in the parish of Wocking. Witnesses:—Robert de Papewrth, Philip de Tunewrth, Peter sou of Jordan de Perefriht, and others (named). [A.D. 1241–1200.]
[Surrey.]A. 4062. Duplicate of A. 4058.
[Surrey.]A. 4063. Demise by Luke Athestompe and Isabella his wife, to John Bissop son and heir of Walter Bissop, of the lands which they had in Tanregge (Tandridge) and Wolknestede, after the death of Walter Bissop, Isabella's late husband, paying 13s. yearly to Isabella, with remainder after her death, to the said John in fee: the said John granting to the said Luke, during the term of the demise, a tree trunk or cartload of wood, every Christmas. Michaelmas day, 12 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
[ ]A. 4064. Release by Edward Stanbank, to Richard Hoo, gentleman, of all actions. 26 May, 12 Henry VIII.
Underwritten: 'per me Edward Stanbank.'
Cornw. Devon.A. 4065. Letter of attorney by Edward Tretherf, son of John Tretherf, esquire, authorising Richard Trevener to receive seisin from Isota Strange, widow, kinswoman and one of the heirs of John Carwynnek, of messuages, lands, and tenements &c. in Carwynnek, Trevelek, Graunpond in the parish of Crede, Leskerdburgh, Brendon by Lyskerd, and Plymouth. 20 September, 1 Henry VIII. Seal.
Surrey.A. 4066. Grant by Robert de Wykford, clerk, to the king, of meadow and moor land in Werplesdon by Suth Henle, late of Henry West. Westminster, 22 February, 26 Edward III. Seal of arms, broken.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll.
[Surrey.]A. 4067. Demise by Thomas Scole, citizen and 'malemakere' of London, to William Redeston of Suthwerk, of a moiety of a tenement with gardens, in the parish of St. Olave, Suthwerk, in a place called 'Burgoyne' adjoining the high road from Bermuudeseye, formerly Richard Winchecombe's, late citizen and armourer of London. 22 March, 18 Richard II. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4068. Certificate by Nicholas de Essex, informing John, the prior, and the convent of Lewes, that he has granted to Sir John de Holeghe, the 15s. 5d. yearly rent payable by them for a tenement in the parish of St. Olave, Suthwerk. Reygate, Tuesday before St. Luke the Evangelist, 4 Edward II.
[Surrey.]A. 4069. Release by John, son of Adrian Asshewy, to Sir John, the prior, and to the convent of Lewes, of all his right in a messuage in Suthwerk opposite St. Olave's church, late Henry Garland's. Witnesses: —Henry de Dunlegh, bailiff of Suthwerk, Geoffrey David, bailiff of Suthwerk to the earl of Warenne, and others (named). Tuesday before St. Boniface the martyr, in the octave of Whitsuntide. 15 Edward I. Portion of seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4070. Demise by Sir John, earl of Warenne, to Thomas de Walton, for life, of a messuage in Suthwerk which Henry Garland held, paying one mark yearly to the prior of Bermundesey. Witnesses:—Sirs Richard de la Vache, knight, and William de Rademilde, and others (named), Wednesday, All Hallows' Eve, A.D. 1274.
[Surrey.]A. 4071. Agreement between the prior of Lewes and John de Sholvestrode, that the said John shall use every means to compel Agnes, daughter and heiress of Robert de Feldbrigge, son of Walter de la Saghe, and William le Turnur, Agnes's husband, to carry out the agreement between the said prior and the said Agnes and William, concerning a tenement in Chertham, in the town of Tunrugge; for the faithful obser vance of which John has submitted himself to the distraint of the bailiff of Pevenesel for the time being &c. Witnesses:—Nicholas Malemeins, and others (named). The prior's manor at Hymbelhorne, 1 June, A.D. 1255.
[Surrey.]A. 4072. Grant by John son of Robert de Coventre, to Sir John, earl of Warenne, of 5s. yearly rent from the second shop westward from the grantor's hall in which hall Henry 'in the Lane' dwells, in the parish of St. Olave, Suthwerk. Witnesses:—Sir Roger de Tylmanneston, knight, Geoffrey Norman, bailiff of Suthwerk, and others (named). Friday before Michaelmas, 6 Edward I. Seal, imperfect.
[Surrey.]A. 4073. Demise by Gilbert de Sancta Fide and Alice his wife, to Sir Philip Basset, of all their land in Sende for eleven years from the feast of St. Denis, 45 Henry III., or until Alice's death. Witnesses:—Sirs William de Insula, David de Jarpenvil, Hubert de [Ru]yly, Robert the chamberlain, Gilbert Ba . . . 1, John Hansard, knights, and others (named). 45 Henry III. Mutilated.
[Surrey.]A. 4074. Grant by John Assewy of Suwerk, to Sir John, earl of Warenne, of a messuage in Suwek (Southwark), opposite St. Olave's church, formerly held by Henry Garlaund. Witnesses:—Sirs William Manse, William de Russem, Robert de Cokefeud, knights, and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4075. Acknowledgment by Ralph de Pappeworth of his obligation to secure the title of Sir Fulk Basset, bishop of London, to meadow land in Saund, which he has granted to the said bishop, under a penalty of 40s. to the king; with renunciation by the said Ralph of the privileges granted to crusaders. Witnesses:—Master William Passemer, canon of St. Paul's, London, and others (named). Wocking, 8 Ides [6] of November, A.D. 1257.
[Surrey.]A. 4076. Acknowledgment by A goes, late the wife of William de Hertmere, that she is bound to render ½ a mark, yearly, to the Lady Alina la Despenser, countess of Northfolk, at her manor of Wockinge, for a messuage lands and tenements in Sutton, which came to the hands of the said countess, after the said William's death, and which the said countess has granted to Agnes for her life &c. Witnesses:—John de Wykeford, Robert de Pappewrlhe, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 4077. Release by John de Hadestok, son of Augustine de Hadestok, late citizen of London, to Elias Tholesan, clerk, of all his right in a garden in the marsh of the bishop of Winchester, in the parish of St. Margaret, Suwerk, which John had of the gift of Ralph de Alegate, clerk, adjoining the garden of brother Stephen de Folborn, bishop of Waterford. Witnesses:—Gregory de Rokesle, mayor of London; John Adrian, Walter le Cornwaleys, sheriffs of London, and others (named). [6 Edward I.] Seal, broken.
[Surrey.]A. 4078. Demise by Adrian Asswy, to Henry Gerlaund and Joan his wife, of a capital messuage in the parish of St. Olave, Suwerk, for twelve years from Midsummer, paying yearly rents to the earl of Warenne, the monks of Bermondsey and other persons (named). Witnesses:— William de Becwoll, Henry Martin, bailiffs of Suwerk, and others (named). 39 Henry III.
[Surrey ?]A. 4079. Release by Simon atte Gildehall, to the king, of all his right in the lands and tenements which Roger West, 'tournour,' gave to the king. Essamstede, 17 May, 29 Edward [III]. Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in May of the year within written.
[Surrey.]A. 4080. Grant by John de Bovile, to Sir Fulk Basset, bishop of London, of meadow land in Sandres, part in a meadow called 'seven virgates.' Witnesses:—Richard de Wyk, Philip de Thonewrthe, and others (named). [A.D. 1241–1260.] Portion of seal.
Endorsed: 'Wocking.'
[Surrey.]A. 4081. Release by Thomas Joly, son and heir of Stephen Joly, late of Suthwerk, draper, to William Lemyng, citizen and grocer of London, and to Richard Jay, of all his right in a messuage and garden in Burgoyne in the parish of St. Olave near Suthwerk, London, Which William Sertayn, Alice his wife, and their eldest child, lately had for their lives, of the demise of John Wynchecombe, citizen and armourer of London, and Thomas his son. 5 November, 39 Henry VI. Seal.
Underwritten:—'I Thomas Joly delywyrd thys as for my dede.'
Endorsed:—Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll, November, 7 Edward IV.
[Surrey.]A. 4082. Grant by the same, to the same, of the same premises. Witnesses:—John Burcestr, knight, and others (named). 3 November, 39 Henry VI. Seal.
Underwritten:—'I Thomas Joly delyver thys for my dede.'
Camb.A. 4083. Grant by William Roydon of Fulbourne, co. Camb, and Thomas Roydon, son and heir of Anne Roydon, deceased, kinswoman and heiress of John Aunger, to Robert Holder of Barton, yeoman, Nicholas and Robert Fanne, and Edmund and William Holder, of land in Barton, part lying in Benelonde, and abutting on land of the prior of Barnewell, and part abutting on Alford wey, and on land of the college of Corpus Christi and St. Mary, Cambridge, and part in the field called 'Tilfild,' to hold to the use of the said Robert Holder; with letter of attorney by the said William Roydon authorising the said Thomas Roydon, his son, to deliver seisin of the premises. 24 January, 13 Henry VIII. Seal.
[Sussex.]A. 4084. Grant by John atte Corner, to Roger atte Corner, his brother, of his corner tenement in New Shorham, in a street called 'Sowterystrete.' Witnesses:—Regnald Godismark, bailiff, and others (named). Monday after the Annunciation, 10 Henry VI.
[Sussex ?]A. 4085. Grant by brother John de Carisloco, the prior, and the convent of St. Pancras, Lewes, to Sir John Leme, the prior, and the convent of Michelham, of licence to acquire the manor of Sutton from William Batisford, Roger Gosselyn, and Richard Spencer, the said prior of Michelham paying the rent due for the same to Reginald Pympe, of Netlestede, co. Kent. Friday before Michaelmas, 16 Richard II.
Sussex.A. 4086. Grant by Thomas Dymmocke of Southampton, merchant, to Richard Benyamyn of Lewes, of a cellar with a chamber or loft (camera sive lofta) over it, in New Shorham, called 'Malappynnys,' adjoining the streets called 'Moderlove strete,' and 'Procession strete'; with letter of attorney authorising John Hunt to deliver seisin of the premises. 14 March, 11 Henry VII. Signed. Seal.
Sussex.A. 4087. Release by John Sharpe the elder of New Shorham, to Thomas Dymmocke of Suthampton, merchant, of all his right in the above premises. 8 September, 4 Henry VII.
[Sussex.]A. 4088. Grant by Nicholas Coc, rector of St. Peter's, Westute, to Bartholomew Buchcnet, of a messuage and croft, late Richard de Muchelham's, in the parish of St. Mary, Westute, [Lewes,] by 'le Holeweye.' Witnesses:—John le Bener, Richard de Lulleham, Thomas de Dokemaresfelde, and others (named) [Henry III.]
[Sussex.]A. 4089. Grant by John Gomman of Lewes, to John le Aumblour of Suthenovere (Southover), of a messuage in Suthenovere, in 'la Estporte.' Sunday, the feast of the apostles Simon and Jude, 30 Edward I.
[Sussex.]A. 4090. Grant by Heremer, to William Kipenay, of a messuage in Suthenovere, rendering yearly to the grantor five sorel pears (de sorellis). Witnesses:—John de Monte Argy, then reeve, Roger Lewes, Alfred the skinner (pellipario), Simon le Walewere, Robert le Wimpler, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal, broken.
[Sussex.]A. 4091. Grant by Christiana, late the wife of Saveric le Lyneter, to John le Aumblour of Sothenovere, of a messuage in the parish of Sothenovere in the east gate (Estporta), extending from the high street called 'Broumannestrete' to the watercourse flowing to the mill called 'Watergate.' 3 November, 9 Edward II.
[Sussex.]A. 4092. Grant by John le Pottere of New Shorham, to Juliana late the wife of Reginald le Cartere of the same, of a stone-built corner tenement, called 'Malduppinne,' in the market place called 'Otmarcat' in New Shorham, to hold for life, with remainder to Richard, her son. Witnesses:—John Hemeri, bailiff of the town, and others (named). 1 August, 20 Edward III.
Sussex.A. 4093. Demise by Reginald Janecok of Lambyrherst, to John Cotyng of the same, of a messuage with garden in Lambyrherst, to the west of Netherhoke common; with condition for the payment to the grantor of 15s. on Monday called 'Hokemonedaie' next coming, in the said messuage, in the presence of the neighbours. 4 February, 34 Henry VI.
[Sussex.]A. 4094. Release by John Russed and Matilda his wife, to William de Acra, of all their right in a messuage in the parish of Suthenovere. Witnesses:—Jocius Mangef[air], Robert Ginplir, Robert le Hattere, and others (named). [Henry III.] Damaged.
[Sussex.]A. 4095. Grant by Ralph Merhs, to Andrew de Punfret, of a messuage 'in ruyna Alvredi' in the Westport of Suthenovere, in the parish of St. John the Baptist and St. Mary Magdalene. Witnesses:—John the tailor (ciss . . e), reeve of Suthenovere, Richard de Tunebregge, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Sussex.]A. 4096. Grant by Philip Rishton, son and heir of Gilbert Rishton, to John Aumblour of Lewes, called 'Peyntour,' of an enclosed meadow in Dokwyssch, by the east gate of Suthenovere, adjoining a meadow belonging to the lands of Smythewyke, and the dyke of Watergate mill. Palm Sunday, 7 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[ ]A. 4097. Sale by Gilbert de Munchanesi, to John de Postwelle, of a messuage, with a house built over it, in the street called 'Postwelle' adjoining the court of Sir Warin de Munchanesi. Witnesses:—John le Bron, William le bon enfant, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
[Sussex.]A. 4098. Release by Christiana, late the wife of Saver . . le Lyneter, widow, to John le Aumblou[r], of all her right in a tenement in the Eastport of Sothenovere, adjoining the tenement of Maurice le Glaswrycte. Witnesses:—Gilbert Sikelfont, William de Bery, and others (named). 9 Edward II. Seal.
[Sussex.]A. 4099. Grant by John son of William de Glinde, to Gilbert de Wainefedd, of a messuage in Suthovere, on the pond called 'Westpende.' Witnesses:—Robert le Lomb, Roger le Wes, Nicholas the shoemaker (sutore), Robert the Hafter (manubriatore), John Aufrai, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Sussex.]A. 4100. Grant by Walter Kene of Lewes, to Walter Gosselyn of the same, of a messuage with curtilage in the parish of St. John, Southenovere, in Estporte, formerly belonging to John Nynch and afterwards to John atte Lynde. Saturday, the morrow of the Conception. 48 Edward III. Seal.