Deeds
A.4901 - A.5000

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1900

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'Deeds: A.4901 - A.5000', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3 (1900), pp. 118-129. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64328 Date accessed: 16 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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A.4901 - A.5000

[Kent.]A. 4901. Grant by John Rede of Estgrenewich, and Joan his wife to William Fox of the same, and Agnes his wife, of a messuage and garden [in Estgrenewich] abutting on the Thames. Tuesday after St. Andrew, 17 Richard [II]. Seal and portion of seal.
[Kent.]A. 4902. Grant by Agnes Fox of Estgrenewiche, widow, to Thomas Ferrour of the same, and Alice, wife of Bartholomew Wigarsone, of a tenement with a garden in Estgrenewiche. St. Clement's day, 11 Henry VI, Portion of seal.
[Kent.]A. 4903. Grant by Henry son of William de Winterburne, to Richard de Gatewik and Katherine his wife, of a meadow called 'Denhulle' in Otteford, with rent from land called 'Huteleslond' in Sevenhokes and other rents, and two water mills in Sevenhokes at Gretenhers, and three stews in the same town &c. Witnesses:—John le Butelir, Roger de Sevenhoke, Thomas Pret, and others (named). Seal.
Kent.A. 4904. Letter of attorney by William Wollashull and John Colyns authorising William Norhampton or John Childe to deliver to Thomas Rykes and Simon Shipton seisin of a tenement with a 'tylekelle' and land in Wolwych, adjoining a hill called 'Wyndemylhill.' Saturday after the Purification, 28 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Kent.]A. 4905. Letter of attorney by Alice Polis of the parish of Nortflet, authorising William Galoun of the parish of Gravesende, to place Adam Sengyle and Joan his wife in seisin of land in Northflet at Scherresysgrene. Saturday after St. Matthias, 32 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Kent.A. 4906. Grant by William son of Sir Thomas de Morton, knight, to William de Leyburne son of Sir Roger de Leyburne, of all his right and of the land and tenement which he has held or may hold after the death of his father in the hundreds of Preston, Blengate, Dunhamford, and Wengham, and in the town of Sandwic and Sturmoth, and elsewhere in the same county. Witnesses:—Sirs Ralph de Sandwico, Roger de Tylemanston, William de Valoyn, and Guncelin de Badelesmere, knights, and others (named). Seal.
Kent.A. 4907. Demise by Gilbert of Kent, to Robert Baker, bailiff of the manor of Lee, of a field called 'Neulonde' in Lee, for three years. Sunday before St. Matthew, 18 Richard II. Seal.
Kent.A. 4908. Letter of attorney by John Kyrkeby, citizen and netmaker of London, authorising William Wollashull the younger and William Fytkins to deliver seisin to John Beket, citizen and 'stokfisshmongere' of London, William Wollashull, the elder, and William Taverner, of a tenement with 'le Tilehawe' adjoining, and a piece of land, in Wolwich. Last day of January, 19 Henry VI. Seal of arms, defaced.
Kent.A. 4909. Sale by Geoffrey Shadenesfeld, rector of St. Margaret's, Fridaystrete, London, to Robert de la Launde, citizen and goldsmith of London, and John Barker, chaplain, of a messuage, land, wood, heath, meadow, and certain rents in money and kind &c., in St. Mary's Creye, Rokesle, Chiselherst, Fotescreye, Derteford, Wilmynton, and Sutton atte Hone; also sale of land in Sutton atte Hone lying in fields called 'Clementeslond' and 'Gorstonefeld'; also land called 'Solefeld croft' and 'Holecrofte,' adjoining a croft called 'Oldehawe,' and woods called 'Wodefeldiswode' and 'Daubeneyswode,' and 'le Hechenegrove'; also land and wood in St. Mary's Creye lying in Ordyngrove. Sale also of lands in Northcreye except 'le Hethull' with a wood; also a field called 'le Sonde' in Dertford &c. 18 January, 48 Edward III. Seal.
[Kent.]A. 4910. Sale and release by John son of Godwin the merchant (mercatoris) of Northflete, to Sir Warin de Montekanesy, of all his right in certain rents for messuages and land in Sweneschamps. Witnesses:— Michael de Stiford, Peter de Cruce, Robert de Middeltun, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal, broken.
Kent.A. 4911. Demise by William Wollashull and John Colyns, to Thomas Tryll and William Taverner, citizens of London, of a tenement with a 'Tylekylle' and land, in Wolwyche, adjoining the hill called 'Wyndemylhill.' 23 November, 32 Henry VI. Two seals, one broken.
[Kent.]A. 4912. Grant by John Hendike of Estgrenewych, and Alice his wife, to John Rede of the same, and Joan his wife, of a messuage with a curtilage in the said parish, abutting on the water called 'Thamis.' Wednesday in the feast of Easter, 13 liichard II. Seal and portion of seal.
[Kent.]A. 4913. Confirmation in frank almoin, addressed to Walter, bishop of Rochester, by Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, to the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of the church of St. Mary, Bixle, granted to them by William, and confirmed to them by Theobald, the grantor's predecessors, with lands and tithes belonging thereto; with permission to have ten animals in the grantor's demesne herbage, and ten hogs in his wood without pannage. [A.D. 1162–70.] Counter seal in bag.
Kent.A. 4914. Letter of attorney by Cicely, late the wife of William Leuche, authorising John Wishle, clerk of St. Peter de Lacy, to deliver seisin to John Donat, citizen and apothecary of London, and Amice his wife, of lands, tenements, and rents in Northflete and Southflete. London, Wednesday after St. Barnabas, 44 Edward III. Seal.
[Kent.]A. 4915. Grant by Thomas son of Thomas de Hegham, to Sir Roger de Tylmanstone, knight, of rents from messuages in Sidingeburne and from land in Moristone, in a place called 'Sypwarcteland,' abutting on the street from Lidgate to Moristone church, and from land in the parish of Midd[elton ?] (Milton). Monday before St. Laurence, 17 Edward [I]. Seal.
Kent.A. 4916. Demise by William Wollashull the elder and William Taverner, to Thomas Tryll, citizen of London, of a tenement with 'le Tylehawe' adjoining, and lands in Wollewyche abutting on the Thames. 23 November, 32 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Kent.]A. 4917. Grant by Richard Cheker of Pekham, to William Someter of Newenton, of land in Newenton, lying in a place called 'Brechesfeld,' to hold for the lives of Matilda, wife of John Jordan of Newenton, and Isabella de Stokyngbury of Pekham, from whom the grantor purchased the said land. Sunday after Michaelmas, 15 Edward III. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 4918. Grant by Roger, the prior, and the brethren of the house of St. Mary, Best[une], to Sir Philip Basset, of a messuage in Bestune called 'Bernardeslond,' and land in tillages called 'Fissherescroft' and 'Backescroft' in exchange for land called 'Bryenescroft.' Witnesses:— Robert de Morley, knight, William de la Rokele, and others (named). Seal, injured.
Kent.A. 4919. Letter of attorney by John Lemyng, citizen and brewer of London, Margaret his wife, and Thomas Brede her brother and heir, authorising John Broke and Robert Ketewelle, of Estgrenewych, to deliver to William Lynde seisin of a tenement with a garden in Estgrenewyche. 1 March, 31 Henry VI. Two seals and portion of seal.
Kent.A. 4920. Release by Margaret, late the wife of John Lemyng, late citizen and brewer of London, widow, to William Lynde, of all her right in a tenement and garden in Estgrenewyche. 4 August, 33 Henry VI, Seal.
[Kent.]A. 4921. Grant by Walter Sprot of Estgrenewich, to Thomas Bakere of the same, and Alice his wife, of a messuage with a curtilage [in Estgrenewich], abutting on the Thames. Friday after the Epiphany, 45 Edward III. Seal of arms.
Kent.A. 4922. Grant by Richard Mylton and William Chawndeler, of Estgrenewiche, to John Lemyng of London, and Margaret his wife, John Hampton and Robert Manfeld, esquires, and Thomas Brede, of a tenement with a garden in Estgrenewich. 3 August, 25 Henry VI. Two seals.
Kent.A. 4923. Release by William Skypwith, clerk, John Palmer and Henry Fenyngley, yeomen, to Richard Croppell, esquire, and Elizabeth his wife, of all their right in a tenement with a garden in Estgrenewych, adjoining a tenement called 'le Oldecourte' and the Thames. 15 August, 8 Edward IV. Seal.
Kent.A. 4924. Release by John Hampton and Robert Manfeld, esquires, to John Lemyng, Margaret his wife, and Thomas Brede, her brother and heir, of all their right in a tenement with a garden in Estgrenewyche. 4 May, 30 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Sussex.]A. 4925. Release by John de Faukeham and Isabella de Horsie his wife, daughter and heiress of Simon de Horsie, to the canons of St. Mary's, Begham, in frank almoin, of a yearly rent in Horsie, from land called 'Felemanneslond,' and of all their right in the said land. Witnesses:— Alan le Hok, Thomas Wynand, James de Craule, and others (named). Seal.
Kent.A. 4926. Grant by John Lemyng, Margaret his wife, and Thomas Brede, her brother and heir, to William Lynde, of a tenement with a garden in Estgrenewiche. 1 March, 31 Henry VI. Three seals.
[Kent.]A. 4927. Grant by Adam Foughle and Joan his wife, of Milton, to William Corneyfer of Norlhflete, of land in Northflete. Sunday after the translation of St. Edward, king and confessor, 43 Edward III. Seal of arms.
[Kent.]A. 4928. Grant by Hilary and John, sons of Northman de Haleclinge, to Simon de Sandwico, of all their inheritance which they have in Prestone, or may have after the death of Cicely, daughter of Elfwin Beane. Witnesses:—Richard Clerwaus, steward, Nicholas de Pirie, Elfwin de Sewintune, and others (named).
Essex.A. 4929. Bond by John the chaplain, the master, and the brethren and sisters of St. Bartholomew's hospital, London, to Sir William de Montecanisio, for 100l., to be paid in his manor of Swaneschamp, if the said master &c. shall acquire a tenement of Sir William's fee (granted to them by Henry de Plumberge), without Sir William's licence &c. Sunday after the nativity of the Virgin, 5 Edward [I].
[Kent.]A. 4930. Grant by Juliana de Hastynges, countess of Huntyngdon, to John Hakebourne, her coachman, for his life, of land with a house thereon, in Preston near Wyngham, in a place called 'Sparwes,' adjoining the countess' land called 'Ladydoune.' Nativity of the Virgin, 30 Edward III. Seal.
Kent.A. 4931. Letter of attorney by William Elys, son and heir of Thomas Elys, and grandson of Thomas Elys, gentleman, late of Kenyngton, authorising John Crofte to deliver seisin to William Lemyng, citizen and grocer of London, of the manor of Birton, and of all other lands &c, formerly belonging to the grantor's father and grandfather in the county named. 14 July, 1 Edward IV.
Underwritten, 'I Wyll'm Elys delyver thys for my dede'.
Kent.A. 4932. Attornment by Thomasina Wilde, widow, late the wife of Thomas Elys, to William Lemyng, citizen and grocer of London, to whom William Elys, son and heir of the said Thomas, has granted the reversion of certain lands &c. in the county named, which Thomasina holds for her life &c.
Kent.A. 4933. Grant by William Elys, son and heir of Thomas Elys, and grandson of Thomas Elys, gentleman, late of Kenyngton, to William Lemyng, citizen and grocer of London, of the manor of Birton, and of all other lands &c. in the county named, formerly belonging to his father and grandfather; also of the reversion of all the lands &c. which Thomasina Wilde, widow, late the wife of the grantor's father, holds for life in the county named. 14 July, 1 Edward IV.
Underwritten as in A. 4931.
Kent.A. 4934. Bond by Thomas Croxton of London, gentleman, to John Danyell, gentleman, for 280 marks, with condition that if the said Thomas shall secure the said John with others named, in the possession of certain lands &c. granted to them by the said Thomas and Margaret his wife, in Plomsted, Eryth, and Wolwych, against David Beket &c. and if the said Thomas and Margaret shall levy a fine to the said John and others, of the said lands &c. and of a water-mill in Leuesham, by Easter next &c. then the present bond shall be void. 27 July, 1 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
Kent.A. 4935. Demise by Thomas and Edmund Reculf, of Lee, to Robert Elwyn, William York and John Rypon, of all their lands and tenements &c. in Lee, with a parcel of garden there, and a boundary extending to a meadow called 'Lytelmede'; also a grove or wood called 'Majotesgrove' in Lee. 14 October, 31 Henry VI. Two seals, one broken.
Kent.A. 4936. Letter of attorney by William Stot of Leuesham, and John Baker the younger, of Pecham, co. Surrey, authorising John Riculf and Thomas Levendale, of Lee, to deliver to Robert Elwyn, William York the elder, and John Rippon, serjeant-at-arms, seisin of two crofts lying in Hacchefeld, and of two crofts called 'Berecroltes,' in Lee. 28 April, 37 Henry VI. Seal.
Kent.A. 4937. Letter of attorney by Joan, daughter of John de Raleye, authorising Richard Wyriot, Michael de Wytton and John de la Mare, of Kent, to receive seisin of the manor of Egarynton by Godmersam, which has come to her by the death of John de Raley, her 'brother, and to receive the fealty of the tenants there. London, Thursday after the Annunciation, 6 Edward II. Seal of arms.
[Kent.]A. 4938. Release by John son of Robert de Gattone, to Sir Fulk Payforer, of all his right in the manor of Eslinge, with the lands, tenements and rents of Plumbworth in Hosprenge. Elham, morrow of St. Hilary, 10 Edward II. French. Fragment of seal.
[Kent ?]A. 4939. Grant by Peter de Rothyndenne, to John Peyforer son of Fulk Peyforer, knight, of part of his wood, with a way thereto, rendering yearly to the grantor an apple called a 'costard.' Vigil of All Saints, 24 Edward [I]. Seal, broken.
Kent.]A. 4940. Grant by Henry atte Broke of Fotescraye, to John Mathew of Wycombe, skinner, of London, of lands and tenements in Eltham, Fotescraye, and Chiselhurst. Tuesday (Monday?), feast of St. Mary Magdalene, 27 Edward III. Seal of arms.
[Kent]A. 4941. Release by Robert the carter (caretarius), to Ralph son of Ralph Crisp, of Lyesnes, of a curtilage with buildings thereon in Lyesnes, adjoining the high road from the abbey of Lyesnes to the parish church, which Robert held from the said Ralph Crisp. Witnesses:—Nicholas le But, John Chynun, Henry Blund and others (named).
Kent.A. 4942. Release by William Patendenne of Lambyrherst, and Robert Tegulere of the same, feoffees of the lands of Thomas Remys of the same, to Robert Byerme, the elder, and Thomas Byerme, of the same, of all their right in a way in Lambyrherst, at Scherppeshelle, beginning at 'le Stegele' by Robert Byerme's dwelling, and so into the grantors' land called 'Marlyngge.' 3 October, 24 Henry VI. Two seals.
Endorsed: 'Scharppeshelle juxta Beghame.'
[Kent.]A. 4943. Grant by Gilbert the tailor (cissor), to Ralph the tailor and Agnes his wife, of part of a curtilage with trees in the west marsh (westmarisco) of Leysnes. Friday after St. Mark the evangelist, 8 Edward III. Seal.
[Kent.]A. 4944. Release by Peter Bakere of Ledes, to Sir Emeric Godman, chaplain, of all his right in a messuage and garden, which Robert de Thortone, bailiff of the queen's manor of Ledes, formerly held by grant from the said Peter. 26 January, 29 Edward III. Fragments of seal.
[Kent.]A. 4945. Grant by Thomas East of Tonebregge, to John Edward of Bictebergh and Alice his wife, of land called 'Eyfold' in Tonebregge, adjoining land and water belonging to Sir Thomas Colpeper, knight. Sunday before St. John ante Portam Latinam, 15 Richard II. Seal.
[Kent.]A. 4946. Grant by John Peyforer, son of Fulk Peyforer, to Sir Fulk Peyfbrer, his brother, of all his tenements in Lenham, Wychelinge and Dodyntone, with all the grantor's grain and chattels found therein, Friday after the Annunciation, 27 Edward I. Portion of seal.
Kent.A. 4947. Grant by John Ryeulf of Lee, to Thomas Ryculf and Edmund Ryculf of the same, his sons, of all his lands and tenements &c. in Lee and Kidbroke. Sunday, 3 May, 17 Henry VI. Seal.
[Kent.]A. 4948. Grant by Alan son of Davit de Tanyngfeld, of the parish of Lenham, to Fulk son of Sir Fulk le Payforer, of land in Lenham, in exchange for land in the same field. Canterbury, Monday after St. Edward the king, 21 Edward I. Fragment of seal.
[Kent.]A. 4949. Grant by Henry Doget and Marion his wife, to Robert le Hewe and Agnes his wife, of land [in Fotescreye], with the grantors' share of a house thereon which they inherited after the death of Marion's father adjoining the high road from Fotescrey to Seyntmariecrey. Ch'ilherst, Tuesday in Easter week, 15 Edward III. Seal and portion of seal.
Endorsed:—'juxta Fotyscrey.'
Kent.A. 4950. Release by William York the younger, citizen and vintner of London, to Robert Ripon of Lee, and William York the elder, of London, gentleman, of all his right in a field called 'Smythesland,' and in two crofts called 'la poole' and 'over (super) la poole,' in Elteham, the said field abutting on land called 'le Hurn,' and on a road called 'Wodestrete.' Last day of January, 15 Edward IV. Seal.
[Kent ?]A. 4951. Grant by William atte Wode of Lesnes, to Richard and Thomas . . . ., of lauds and tenements. Sunday after the octave of St. Hilary, . . . Richard II. Injured. Fragment of seal.
[Kent.]A. 4952. Grant by John son of Henry Shonke of Leesnez,to William atte Wode of Eareheth, of all the lands and tenements in Leesnez, which he has inherited after the death of the heir of Thomas Shonke. Rouchestre, 4 May, 45 Edward III.
Kent.A. 4953. Grant by Thomas Reculf of Lee, gentleman, to Thomas Snelgore of the same, of a messuage with a garden in Lee, adjoining a field called 'le Downe,' and of land in the parish of Lee lying in a field called 'Leefeld.' 16 March, 17 Henry VI. Seal.
Kent.A. 4954. Grant by Thomas Snelgore of Lee, husbandman, to Robert Rypon of the same, yeoman, William York the elder, of London, gentleman, and John Rypon, gentleman, of land in Lee, in a field called 'Lee Feld.' 21 April, 10 Edward IV. Seal.
Kent.A. 4955. Release by John Ricardes of Writelmerssh, to the king, of all his right in certain land and wood within the king's park of Eltham, which Edward III. inclosed in the said park. Tuesday before St. Nicholas, 12 Richard II. Seal.
Endorsed:—Memorandum of enrolment on the Memoranda roll of the King's Remembrancer, Trinity, 12 Richard II.
[Kent.]A. 4956. Grant by William de Langeford, clerk, to Stephen Lacatour and Alice his wife, of a messuage with a house built thereon &c. in Nethewode in Lesnes. Witnesses:—Robert Cros, Stephen Burre, and others (named). Seal of arms, broken.
Kent.A. 4957. Demise by Thomas Couper and Robert Cheseman, to Thomas Reculf, of land in Lee, in a field called 'Rosefeld.' 20 June, 17 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Essex.]A. 4958. Bond by Roger de Chaunceus, rector of the church of Ramesdenebelhous, in the diocese of London, to the abbot and convent of Lesnes, for 6 marks for the arrears of a yearly pension of 2 marks, due to the said abbot and convent from the said church. 12 kalends of July, (20 June), A.D. 1318. Seal.
[Kent.]A. 4959. Grant by Ralph son of Ralph le Cripse, to Gilbert the tailor (cissor) and Joan his wife, of six and a half day works (daywercas) of laud at Nethewode, extending to land of the abbot of Lyesnes. Witnesses:— William le Cripse, John Viot, Robert Chinun, and others (named).
[Kent.]A. 4960. Grant by Richard Chalkere of Lesnes, to Henry Nawgatt of the same and Joan his wife, of land lying in the west marsh (westmarisco) of Lesnes, in a field called 'Southfeld,' Monday, the feast of St. Stephen the protomartyr, 3 Richard II.
Kent.A. 4961. Letter of attorney by Thomas and Edmund Reculf of Lee, authorising William Assheley to deliver to Robert Elwyn, William York, and John Rypon, seisin of lands and tenements &c. in Lee, with a parcel of garden there, and a boundary extending to a meadow called 'Lytellmede,' and of a grove or wood called 'Majotesgrove' in the same parish. 14 October, 31 Henry VI. Seal and fragment of seal.
Kent.A. 4962. Release by Elizabeth Comyn, to the king, of all her right in the manor of Swanescomp, which with other lands &c. had been assigned to her out of the inheritance of Aymer de Valence, late earl of Pembroke. Witnesses:—Sirs Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, Hugh his son, Ingelram Berenger, Thomas le Blound, Giles de Bello Campo, and Robert de Grendon, knights, and others (named). Edward [II]. Seal of arms.
Kent.A. 4963. Release by William Stot of Leuesham and Ellen his wife, John Levendale of the same and Agnes his wife, Thomas Boton of Depford and Juliana his wife, to Robert Elwyn, William York the elder, and John Rippon, serjeant-at-arms, of all their right in four crofts of land in Lee, two lying in Hacchefeld, and two called 'Berecroftes.' 4 May, 37 Henry VI. Six seals.
Kent.A. 4964. Demise by William Carter of Plumstede, and John Clerk of the same, to Thomas and Edmund Reculf of Lee, of lands and tenements and a parcel of a garden in Lee, with a boundary there extending to u meadow called 'Litelmede,' with a grove or wood in the same parish called 'Majotesgrove.' 26 September, 17 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Kent.]A. 4965. Grant by Thomas Schad and Ellen his wife of Plumstead, to Henry Poull of Liesues, of land in Liesnes, lying in the west marsh (westmarisco). Sunday, 3 March, 33 Edward III. Seal, broken.
Kent.A. 4966. Demise by William Stot of Leuesham, and John Baker the younger, of Pecham, co. Surrey, to Robert Elwyn, William York the elder, and John Rippon, serjeant-at-arms, of four crofts of land in Lee, two lying in Hacchefeld, and two called 'Berecroftes.' 28 April, 37 Henry VI. Two seals.
Kent.A. 4967. Grant by John Roggers of Ledes, esquire, to the king, of land in the parish of Bromefeld, within the king's lordship of Ledes, for enlarging his park there. Witnesses:—Thomas Bourgchier, constable of the king's castle of Ledes, and others (named). 6 April, 19 Edward [IV]. Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment among the Recorda of the King's Remembrancer's Memoranda Roll of Michaelmas, 19 Edward IV.
Kent.A. 4968. Grant by Robert de la Launde, citizen and goldsmith of London, and Robert Bristi, clerk, to Master Thomas Yonge, official of the court of Canterbury, John lve, Laurence Wynpol, John Verman, clerks, and Thomas Sartrer, of lands and tenements &c. in Derteford and Bixlc, which the grantors had of the grant of Geoffrey Schadenesfeld, parson of St. Margaret's church, Fridaystrete, London. Tuesday after the nativity of the Virgin, 48 Edward III. Seal of arms.
Kent.A. 4969. Release by Thomas and Edmund Reculf of Lee, to Robert Elwyn, William York, and John Rypon, of all their right in lands and tenements, and a parcel of a garden in Lee, with a boundary and trees thereon, and in a grove or wood called 'Majotesgrove' in the said parish. 22 October, 31 Henry VI. Two seals, one broken.
Kent.A. 4970. Release by Robert de Staingden of Sussex, and Margaret his wife, daughter of William de Haveringg of Essex, to Henry de Walloxton of Essex, of all their right in a messuage in Plumstead with lands &c. there, and in Liesnes and Bixle. Sunday after the chair of St. Peter, 28 Edward III. Seal.
Kent.A. 4971. Grant by William Sonynglegh of Farnth and Matilda his wife, to Robert Teguler, alias Norbyntone, of Lambyrherst, of a messuage and garden called 'Burnegardyne,' lying at 'le Burne' by Beghame in Lambyrherst. 8 May, 12 Henry VI. Seal of arms, broken, and fragment of seal.
Kent.A. 4972. Demise by Nicholas Stathum and John Asshe, gentlemen, to John Frauncys of Elteham, Thomas his son, and John Cok of Plumested, yeomen, of a field called 'Smythesland' and two crofts called 'la poole' and 'over la poole,' in the parish of Elteham, and three acres of land in the said field in the parish of Lee; the said field abutting on the high road from Elteham to Lee, and on land called 'le hurn,' and adjoining the high road called 'Wodstrete.' 19 January, 9 Edward IV. Seal and fragment of seal.
Kent.A. 4973. Release by John Riculf son of Edmund Riculf late of Lee, to Robert Elwyn, William York, and John Rypon, of all his right in all the lands and tenements &c. in Lee and Kydbroke, which were his father's, except one tenement with certain land and meadow in Lee, formerly belonging to John Ryculf, the grantor's grandfather. 29 April, 36 Henry VI. Seal.
Kent.A. 4974. Release by Robert de Staingden of Sussex and Margaret his wife, daughter of William de Haveringg of Essex, to Henry de Wellaxton of Essex, of all their right in a messuage in Plumsted, with lands &c. there and in Lesenes and Bixle. Tuesday the feast of the circumcision, 26 Edward III. Seal of arms and seal.
[Kent.]A. 4975. Grant by Robert Forster of St. Mary's Creye, to William Halden, John de Cauntebrigg, John Baude, clerks, Geoffrey, rector of St. Margaret's church, Frydaystrete, London, and Richard Wilne, clerk, of all his land and wood in Ordyngesgrofe, in St. Mary's Creye, and of all his croft with a grove in the same called 'Eldehawe' in Sutton. 4 November, 45 Edward III. Fragments of seal.
Kent.A. 4976. Lease by Robert Elwyn of Lee, yeoman, William York, and John Ryppon, to Edmond Ryculf, of all their lands and tenements in Lee and Kedbroke, late belonging to the said Edmond, to hold till the feast of All Hallows next; the said Edmond yielding at Midsummer day a cartful of 'hey good and sote,' witnessing that if the said Edmond by or on All Hallows day next pay to the grantors 98l. 6s. 8d. and discharge the said Robert against Piers Bisshop, citizen and pewterer of London, of a bond for 40l., that then the grantors shall convey the fee simple of the said lands &c. to the said Edmond or his nominees (except lands in Martynshawe, and the garden called 'John Aleyns gardyn,' in Lee); also if the above parties perform the said covenants the two bonds respectively for 200 marks mutually entered into by them, shall be void. 18 February, 35 Henry VI. English. Fragment of seal.
Kent.A. 4977. Demise by John Frauncys, Thomas his son, and John Cok of Plumested, yeomen, to Robert Ripon of Lee, William York the elder, of London, gentleman, William York the younger, citizen and vintner of the same, and John Ripon, gentleman, of a field called 'Smythesland,' and two crofts called 'la poole' and 'over la poole' in Elteham, and of all their lands in the said field in whatever parish they are; with letter of attorney authorising John Mathewe, citizen and mercer of London, and John Riculf, to deliver seisin of the premises. 29 October, 13 Edward IV. Two seals and fragment of seal.
Kent.A. 4978. Release by William Assheley of Lee, gentleman, to Robert Rypon alias Elwyn of Lee, and William York the elder of London, esquire, of all his right in all the lands in Lee, which the grantor, with others named, had of the conveyance of John Aleyn and Thomas Cheseman of Estgrenewiche. 12 February, 15 Edward IV. Seal.
Kent.A. 4979. Demise by John Higden D.D. the dean, and the canons of Cardinal College, Oxford, to Sir Thomas Boleyn, knight, viscount Rocheford. knight of the garter, for twenty-one years, of the site or mansion place of their manor of Tonbridge, with the demesne lands &c. viz. the lands called 'Denfeldes,' 'Halfeld,' 'Echyngwod,' 'the Colchote,' 'the horse croftes,' a house called 'the Tilehoft' 'the Tilehoft feldes,' 'Bloodyshot feld,' 'Bloodyshot grove,' 'the X acres,' 'the Pettefeldes,' 'Ankermarkes,' 'the Wennelfeildes,' 'the Nowmarl,' 'Timbors feild,' 'the priours hole,' 'the Sowthe cleyes,' a field called 'Cleywent,' a garden called 'Wytes,' lands called 'Cowlesse,' 'Oxlesse,' 'Little west gardeyn,' 'Brodefeldes,' 'Classheredes,' 'Bardon croftes,' 'Water croftes,' 'Gurnardes gardeyn,' 'Watercrofte mede,' 'Smythes lond,' 'Helwod,' 'Donnynges,' 'Weblond,' 'Prioures,' 'Hamondes,' 'Diers homes,'and a meadow called 'The greit medowe'; the grantee to provide that the said dean &c. and such other persons as shall 'ryde the progresse' for the said college, shall be 'honestlie lodgyd' in the said mansion place, when they come thither. 28 March, 19 Henry VIII. English. Signed by the grantee. Seal.
[Kent.]A. 4980. Grant by Gunnora de Valoignes, to Sir Hugh le Despenser, of the manor of Tremworthe, in the parish of Crundale, the advowson of Crundale, and a rent in Canterbury. Witnesses:—Sirs Robert de Burghaisshe, John de Norwode, Henry de Cobham, John de Douvedale, Henry de Botringham, and Robert de Echingham, knights, and others (named). Seal, defaced.
[Kent.]A. 4981. Sale by Nicholas Partriche, grocer and alderman of London, and Marion his wife, late the wife of Gerard Danyell of London, fishmonger, to the king, of all their right in a messuage, salt house and wharf in Woolewiche, adjoining the Thames (Temmys), to hold for Marion's life. 9 July, 10 Henry VIII. English. Signed by Partriche. Seal of arms and seal.
Endorsed:—Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in November of the within written year.
[Kent.]A. 4982. Grant by John son and heir of Walter Barbour of Bixle, to Sir John Baudy of Dertford, and Thomas his brother, of all his lands and tenements in Bixle. Friday after All Saints, 30 Edward III. Seal.
Kent.A. 4983. Grant by John Knoll of Derteford, to William Rotheley Robert Alayn, and Walter Groveherst, of the same, of fifteen dayworks (daywercas) of meadow in Derteford, adjoining the running water called 'le Flete.' 13 November, 11 Henry VI. Seal.
[Kent.]A 4984. Grant by Thomas Gilberd of Derteford, to John Goderod and Joan his wife, of all his meadow in a place called 'Wowespole' by 'le Fleote' [in Derteford]. Derteford, morrow of the translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 12 Henry IV. Seal.
[Kent.]A. 4985. Grant in almoin by William [de Corbeuil], archbishop of Canterbury, to the monastery and canons of Holy Trinity, London, of the church of St. Mary, Bix[le]. Witnesses:—John, bishop of Rochester, William de Cinesford, William de Albano, William de Pagaham, and others (named). [A.D. 1125–36]. Portion of seal.
[Kent.]A. 4986. Grant by John de Stodeye, citizen of London, to Thomas Wysdom of Derteford, and Isabella his wife, of a curtilage called 'Georgesgardyn' in Derteford, in a place called 'le Hale,' adjoining a field called 'le Welfeld.' Friday after St. Margaret the virgin, 42 Edward III. Portion of seal.
Kent.A. 4987. Demise by William Wollashull and John Colyns, to Thomas Rykes and Simon Shipton, of a tenement with a 'Tyle Kelle' and land in Wolwych, adjoining the hill called 'Wyndemylhill.' Saturday after the Purification, 28 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Kent.]A. 4988. Grunt by Ranulph son of Thomas de Ensynge, to Thomas de Hedon and Robert de Trillek, clerks, of all his tenements in Whytstaple and Blen. Witnesses:—Sirs John de Northwode, John le Sauvage, Nicholas de Sandwyco, knights, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Kent.]A. 4989. Letter of attorney by William Wollashull and John Colyns, authorising Thomas Otehill, citizen and cutler of London, and William Northampton of Wolwyche, to deliver to Thomas Trylle and William Taverner, citizens of London, seisin of a tenement with a 'Tylekylle' and land in Wolwyche. 23 November, 32 Henry VI. Two seals.
Kent.A. 4990. Release by Thomas de Apuldresfeld, to the king, of all his right in the manor of Westhorne, and in a yearly rent from the same. Westminster, Tuesday after St. Barnabas, 21 Edward III. Seal of arms, broken.
[Kent.]A. 4991. Grant by Thomas son of Robert Lambyn, late citizen of London, and Isabella his wife, daughter of Alexander Maynware, to John de Porta, citizen of London, and Avice his wife, of an alderbed in Dertford called 'Gillinghammesbrok,' adjoining the bank [of the water] which flows to the mill called 'Achardesmell.' 30 Edward [I ?]. Two seals.
[Kent.]A. 4992. Release by Joan daughter of Robert Boloyne, to Robert Baron of Derteforde, and to Robert her father, of all her right in all the messuages and lands &c. in Derteforde, which she inherited after the death of Matilda, her mother. Wednesday the feast of St. Thomas after Christmas, 36 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Kent.]A. 4993. Grant by Joan daughter of Robert Boloyne of Clyff, to Robert Baron of Derteforde and to Robert her father, of all the lands and tenements &c. in Derteforde, which she had after the death of Matilda, her mother, except land in the field called 'Lombe Croft.' Monday, the vigil of All Saints, 36 Edward III. Seal.
[Kent.]A. 4994. Release by Joan daughter of Robert Boleyne of Derteforde, to Robert Baron of the same, of all her right in all the lands and tenements &c. in Derteforde, which came to her after the death of Matilda, her mother. Wednesday before St. George the martyr, 42 Edward III. Seal.
[Kent.]A. 4995. Demise by Hamo and Robert Luvedey, to William de Crofte, of a yearly rent from the fourth part of a marsh and from land in Upechereche. Witnesses:—Jordan Levenoht, Jordan Begelot, Norman Dod, and others (named). Twelfth century. Two seals.
Kent.A. 4996. Letter of attorney by William Wollashull, the elder, and William Taverner, authorising Thomas Otehill, citizen and cutler of London, and William Northampton of Wolwyche, to deliver to Thomas Tryll, citizen of London, seisin of a tenement with 'le Tylehawe,' and land in Wolwyche. 23 November, 32 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Kent.]A. 4997. Demise by Thomas de Hecham, to Dunstan de Kingeston, citizen of London, for fifteen years, of land, rents and tenements, with houses and the third part of a mill in Wolwych and Cherlton, reserving a wood. Michaelmas, A.D. 1275. Portion of seal.
[Kent.]A. 4998. Letters patent by John de Pulteneye, Henry de Iddeburi, Thomas de Betoygne, and John de Micheldeure, executors of the will of Rose de Burford, granting permission to the prior and convent of Christchurch, London, parsons of the church of Bixle, to whom the tithe of the meadow of Shytemed belongs, to remove their tithe of hay from the said meadow, at any hour of day or night, on account of the wet weather. 4 August, 4 Edward III. French. Fragment of seal of arms.
Kent.A. 4999. Grant by Thomas de Ingelton, called 'Lendesdale,' skinner, of London, and Mabel his wife, daughter and one of the heirs of Thomas Baud of Derteford, to Sir John Baud of Derteford, clerk, and Sir John Joye of Ledebury, clerk, of their share of the lauds and tenements &c. in Derteford and Bixle, which came to them after the death of the said Thomas Baud. 10 June, 43 Edward III. Portions of two seals.
[Kent.]A. 5000. Grant by William son of Fulk Payforer, knight, to John Payforer, his brother, of his wood with the soil &c. in Wychelinge, lying at Heavidone. Monday after St. Leonard, 21 Edward I.