Deeds
A.5201 - A.5300

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1900

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'Deeds: A.5201 - A.5300', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3 (1900), pp. 150-162. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64331 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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A.5201 - A.5300

[Herts.]A. 5201. Release by Thomas son of Adam Wrobel, to Saer son of Henry, citizen of London, of all his right in land in Senle which his father lately held. Witnesses:—Thomas del Wad, Reginald de Bungaye, Master William de La Dun, sheriff of Middlesex, and others (named), [circa 19 Henry III.] Seal.
Herts.A. 5202. Demise by Davy Hagger of Ware, 'inholder,' and Elyn his wife, for their lives, to Simon Hagger of Sakam, of an inn in Ware with a garden, called 'the Kateren Wele.' 7 March, 14 Henry VIII. English. Two seals.
Herts.A. 5203. Demise by Thomas Birche of Ware, yeoman, at the request of Alice Hagar, wife of David Hagar and late the wife and executrix of the will of John Perie, late executor of the will of William Perie, his father, to the said David Hagar, Richard Shirley, and Edmund Roggers, gentlemen, Simon Matson, Thomas Mershe, and William Sivier, to the use of the said David, of a tenement or hostel called 'le Kateryn Whele' in Ware. 7 April, 23 Henry VII. English. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of delivery of seisin of the said premises.
[Herts.]A. 5204. Grant by Gilbert the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, to Theobald de Marinis, of pasture called 'Aylinemad' in Westmelne. Witnesses:—Sirs John Baard, John de Scalariis, Robert de Rokellis, knights, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5205. Grant in frank almoin by John de Marines, to Richard the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of land in Westmelne, part lying in Petreslege, part in Richerescroft, under Dreitone grave, and part in another croft of Richer, with the pasture of Pandulveswelle. Witnesses:—Richard Muschet, Albric de Marines, Richard de Melkleye, knights, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5206. Grant by Peter son of Herebert, to Sir Garin, the king's chaplain, of the capital messuage of Alexander de Widehull, and of 6s. rent and land in Wydihull for ten years. Wolfertun, 3 Henry III. First Hockeday after the coming of Sir Pandulf the Legate. Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5207. Demise by Richard Gretham of Ware, John and Nicholas, of the same, Nicholas Tyffe and John Brandefeld, of the same, to John Pyrye of Heghe Cros, John Mason, and Robert Smyth, citizens of London, and William Porland, clerk, of London, of a tenement in Ware. 12 August, 1 Henry VI. Three seals and portion of seal.
Herts.A. 5208. Demise by John Sandon of Sandon, and John Reymond, alias Skinner, of Buntyngford, to John Lane, citizen and 'iremonger' of London, dwelling in the parish of St. Bennet's, Graschirche, Sir Robert Fossard, chaplain, Richard Nasyng, alias Gilkyn, 'ferrour,' and John Petrisfeld, 'iremonger,' citizens of London, of a tenement in Buntyngford in the parish of Wydyhnle, adjoining on the west the high street called 'Arnyngstrete,' leading to Crucecroys, alias Royston, and on the east land with a barn built thereon, lately called 'Sergeantes,' which tenement with other lands &c. in Aspeden, Alfladewyke, Trokkyng, alias Throkkyng, Leyston, Alswyk, and Wydyhale, the grantors, with others, had of the grant of Henry Stebenhith, alias Smyth. 15 November, 17 Henry VI. Seal and fragment of seal.
Herts.A. 5209. Demise by Margery, late the wife of Richard Stanys, late of Istilworth, co. Middlesex, widow, and Richard Banastre, citizen and fishmonger of London, to John Smyth, 'bocher,' of Ware, son of John Smyth of Kelleshyll, of all their share of a void plot of land in Ware, on condition that the grantee shall make, and keep in repair, a new leaden gutter between his tenement and the grantors' messuage. 12 April, 13 Henry VI. Two seals, broken.
[Herts.]A. 5210. Grant by John Clerk of Erdeley, and John Scot of the same, William Hogge of Watton atte Stone, and William Marchall of Ware, to Nicholas Tanner of Ware, William atte Water, Thomas Scharnebroke of Ware, the elder, and Roger Brandefeld, of London, of a tenement in Ware. All Saints' day, 9 Henry IV. Seal and portions of two seals.
Herts.A. 5211. Grant by William Pery of Ware, to Sir WiJliam Oldall, knight, Philip Bottiller and Thomas Stokdale, esquires, Thomas Birche, and John, Thomas, and William Pery, the grantor's sons, of all his lands and tenements &c. in Ware, or elsewhere in the same county. 16 February, 26 Henry VI. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5212. Grant by Juliana de Burton, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of a yearly rent in Wydihull, to be received from the tenants named; with further grant of all his homages, fealties, wards &c. in the said town. Witnesses:—Sirs Robert de Lusteshull and Waler' de Bluntesdon, knights, John Aylmer, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5213. Grant by John Parker of Ware, and Alice his wife, to William Sandrych of Yerdeleye, of a messuage in Ware, with a curtilage adjoining, abutting on the bank called 'le Leye.' Tuesday after St. Margaret, 45 Edward III. Seal of arms and seal.
[Herts.]A. 5214. Grant by Hugh de Marines, to Richard the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of Ralph Edward, the grantor's man, of Westmeln', with all his issue and tenement &c. 12 February, A.D. 1236. Seal, defaced.
[Herts.]A. 5215. Grant by Teobald de Marines, to Gilbert the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, in frank almoin, of land and pasture, part in Brettebroc, part in Russebroc, and part abutting on land of the lady of Westmeln. Witnesses:—Sirs John Baard, John de Scalar[iis], Robert de Rokellis, knights, and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5216. Grant by Nicholas Tanner of Ware, William atte Water, Thomas Scharnebroke of Ware, the elder, and Roger Brandefeld, citizen of London, that if they should be impleaded concerning a tenement in Ware formerly belonging to William Sandresshe of Erdeley, they will not vouch to warrant John Clerk of Erdeley, John Scot of the same, William Hogge of Watton, and William Ferrour of Ware, who granted the said tenement to them (see A. 5210.) Tuesday before the Purification, 9 Henry IV. Four seals.
[Herts.]A. 5217. Grant by Cicely daughter of Philip de Selford, to Sir John son of Sir Nicholas le Moine of Selford, of a messuage in Westmelne, which the grantor had of the grant of Sir Theobald de Marines, Witnesses:— John de Marines, Peter Bussel, Roger de Berqueye, and others (named).
Herts.A. 5218. Grant by John Pery the elder, of Thundrych, to William Pery his son, of the same, John Skegge of Staundon and John Erle of Groat Monden, of all his lands and tenements &c. in Ware, Thundrych and Staundon, or elsewhere in the same county, and of all his goods and chattels, living and dead, in the said places, or elsewhere in England, with all sums of money due to him. 21 September, 9 Henry VI. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5219. Release by William son of Miles de Westmeln,' to Thomas de Leukenor, son of Sir Nicholas de Leukenore, knight, of all his right in a messuage and land in Westmelne, which Alice, late the wife of Hugh de Marines, held in dower; together with the right of presenting to the demesne tithes of the said land. Witnesses:—Sirs Robert de Melkeleya and William de Camwyle, knights, Brian de Trockyng and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5220. Grant by Walter de Huntingfeld, knight, to Sir Aymar de Valence, earl of Pembroke, of pasturage for three cows in the pasture of Westmeln and Brawhinge, before the gate of Sir Aymar in Westmeln, as far as the river between the manors of Sir Aymar and John de Leukenore. Hertford, 18 January, 3 Edward II. French. Seal of arms.
[Herts.]A. 5221. Release by Alice, late the wife of Robert son of John le Moyne, of Hertfordingebery, to the prior and convent of Holy Trinity, London, of all her right in lands and tenements in Hertfordingebery, and in 6s. rent, which her late husband granted to the said prior and convent. Thursday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 3 Edward II.
[Herts.]A. 5222. Grant by Nicholas Blake of Ware, and Margaret his wife, to Henry Melleward of Stanstede, of a house with two shops annexed and a chamber adjoining, in Ware. Saturday, the vigil of Holy Trinity, 21 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5223. Release by Adam son of the late Reginald le Formager, of Wakeleie, to Reginald, son of Stephen de Sneleswelle of Aspedene, of all his right in land in Wakeleie, in a field called 'Piridone,' abutting on 'le Remade.' Buntyneford, Monday, Midsummer day, 5 Edward III. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5224. Grant by Hugh de Marinis, to John de Marinis his brother, of land in Westmelne, part abutting on the ditch of Sawynesho, part in Ruwenhofeld, part in Lynlande, part abutting on Regwey, and part in Longelond. Witnesses:—Richard Muschet, Roger Hakun, Michael Bussel, and others (named). Portion of seal, defaced.
[Herts.]A. 5225. Grant in frank almoin by Geoffrey de Scalar[iis], to Richard the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of land in Widihale. 34 Henry III. Seal of arms.
[Herts.]A. 5226. Duplicate of A. 5225. Portion of seal of arms.
[Herts.]A. 5227. Grant by Richard de Cheveringwr', to John son of Sir Werri de Marinis, of land in Westmelne. Witnesses:—Lucas de Tany, Robert de la Rokele, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 5228. Grant by Hugh de Marines, to Richard de Cheveringewrth, of land in Westmeln, part called 'Linlond.' Witnesses:—Richard Muschet, Roger Hakun, Geoffrey Doket, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5229. Grant by Luke de Tany, to Richard the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of all the land in Westmeln, which he held from Amphelisa, daughter of Hugh de Marines, his granddaughter, except an acre of meadow in Tunmannemade; part of the land lying in a croft adjoining the hedge of Wakelee, part in Heysmers, part in Rogeneyehefeld, part in Frereleye by Stanstrate, and part near the hedge of Purtewelle in Langelond. Witnesses:—Alberic de Marines, Richard Muschet, Richard de Melkl[ey], and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5230. Sale by Ralph Gurel, to Richard the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of a messuage with house built thereon, and land in Westmeln. Witnesses:—Richard Muschet, Albric de Marin[es], Peter Busse), and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5231. Grant by Clement Gurel, to Ralph Gurel his brother, of a messuage in Westmeln, with land there, in a field called 'Nioederes.' Witnesses:—Hugh de Marines and Richard Muschet, knights, Richard de Cheveringeworthe, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 5232. Release by Henry de Boklande, to brother E. the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, in frank almoin, of a yearly rent which the said canons were bound to pay, for the said Henry, to Sir Geoffrey de Scalariis, for meadow near the mill of Rumbaud of the fee of Widehale. Witnesses:—Sirs John Bard and John de Scalariis, knights, Brian de Troking, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 5233. Grant in frank almoin, by Henry de Boklande, to John the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of a yearly rent from land by the mill pond of Rumbaud, together with all the meadow which he has on the other side of the said pond, of the fee of Widehale. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Rokell', Henry de Bracking, Brian de Trocking, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 5234. Grant by the same, to the same, of the same premises for 4 marks; with additional clause that the grantees are to pay 1d. yearly, for the grantor, to Sir Geoffrey de Scalariis. Witnesses:—Sirs G. de Scalar[iis], John de Scalariis, and John de Gatesberi, aud others (named). Seal.
Herts. Essex.A. 5235. Demise by Thomas, bishop of Lincoln, late bishop of Rochester, John Wyngfeld, knight, Thomas Wynterborn, clerk, John Clerk, one of the barons of the Exchequer, John Brumston, esquire, Alexander Wode, and William Duraunte, to Laurence, bishop of Durham, Robert Bothe, Hugh Damlet, and Thomas Portyngton, clerks, Robert Forster, and Robert Marler, of the manors of Hunnesdon and Estwyk, and of all other lands and tenements &c. in the same county and in Essex, late of William Oldhall, knight: with letter of attorney authorising John Spycer, clerk, and Tychern Bulde to deliver seisin. 18 August, 15 Edward IV. Signed. Seven seals.
Herts.A. 5236. Release by Elizabeth Bastard, widow, late the wife of William Bastard, and daughter of Nicholas Aplyard and Margaret his wife, to John Sturgeon, esquire, John Pulter, and Thomas Braughyng, gentlemen, of all her right in the manor and advowson of Little Munden, and in lands and tenements &c. in Great and Little Munden, Watton atte Stone and Benyngton, with warranty against the abbot of Westminster. 15 November 21 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the De Banco Roll Trinity, 1 Edward V.
Herts.A. 5237. Grant by William Basset of Ersenden, to John Nores and Thomas Nicoll, gentlemen, John Node and Henry Eliot, of Ersenden, of all his lands and tenements &c. in Ersenden and Bishop's Hatfield, and elsewhere in the same county. 6 July, 36 Henry VI. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5238. Grant by Richard the cheesemaker (caseator) of Hodesdon, with the assent of Aldit his wife, to William the forester (forest'), of meadow land in Hodesdon, part lying in Mosiforlong, and part in Sparewynesmade. Witnesses:—Henry son of Jordan, John de Lowe, John Bigg and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5239. Demise by Gilbert the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, to Walter Campe, of land in Hodesdon, part lying at Gosewellehelle, abutting on Algoresholme, and part in Loffeld. Witnesses:— Reginald de la Lawe, Robert ate Stokes, John Bigge, and others (named) [A.D. 1260–1264.] Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5240. Grant in frank almoin by William the forester (forestarius) of Hodesdone, to Richard the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of land in Hodesdone, part lying in Lawefeld, part in the field called 'Godewelleacer,' part in Middelfeld, part in the meadow called 'Blakemad,' by the meadow of Safoghel, part in Moysiforlond, and part in Sparewynesmad. Witnesses:—Robert de Stokkes, Stephen de la Lawe, John de Teffunt, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5241. Release by Edith, relict of William del Ho, to E[ustace] the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of all her right in land with houses &c. in Hertforingbiry, which she and her late husband held from the said canons. Witnesses:—Henry son of Robert, John ate Dene, Robert le Mone, and others (named). [A.D. 1264–1280.] Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5242. Grant by John son of Ralph, to Ralph son of Richard de Sancto Albano, of a messuage in Hertfordingeb[ury], with a grove and croft belonging thereto; also land and meadow, part in 'Waterpettecroft,' part under Brochulle, part upon Watcroft in Pleinuelle feld, and part in Estmede. Witnesses:—Richard de Thewing, Robert de Bruai, Hugh de la Sele, and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5243. Grant by John Attestock, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of a yearly rent in Shenle, to be received from the tenants named. Witnesses:— Thomas de Wauz, Gregory de Wrobbele, Robert le Oyselur, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5244. Grant by Simon de Shyringe, called 'Cornmongere,' to Sir Thomas de Cheddeworth, clerk, of a messuage with a meadow, and land lying in the field called 'Monecroft,' in Braghynge. Cokhamstede, 2 April, 12 Edward III. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5245. Grant in frank almoin by Roger de Esendene, to Richard the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of land with houses, services, gardens &c. called 'Ho,' in Hertfordingeberi, which he held from the said canons. Octave of the Innocents, A.D. 1247. Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5246. Release by Mirabile, late the wife of William son of Thomas de Stanstede, widow, to William the forester (forestar'), her father, of land in Hodesdon, part called 'Godewelle acre,' and part lying in Middelfelde. Witnesses:—Henry son of Jordan, Richard son of Laurence, Geoffrey de Lowe, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 5247. Release by Richard West, carpenter, and Cicely his wife, to Sir William the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of all their right in a messuage and land in Hertfordingebery, formerly belonging to William del Ho, Cicely's father. Witnesses:—Walter de Bedewelle, John Wolmer, and others (named). [A.D. 1285–1289.] Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5248. Release by Rose late the wife of John de Canvile, widow to E[ustace] the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of all her right in all the meadow and pasture formerly belonging to Roger de Esendene or to the said John in Hertfordiggebiry. Witnesses:—Sir William de Lodewik, John de la Dane, Robert le Moine, and others (named). [A.D. 1264–1280.] Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5249. Grant and release by Cicely daughter of William del Ho, to Eustace the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of all the land and houses thereon &c. which her said father held from the said canons at 'le Ho' in Hertfordiggebiry. Witnesses:—Sir William de Lodewik, Robert le Moyne, John de la Dane, and others (named). [A.D. 1264– 1280.] Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5250. Grant in frank almoin by Robert son of Ralph.....of Hertfordingberi, to John the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, at Alegate, of all the meadow which he had in Langemade of Hertfordingeberi. Witnesses:—Sir Henry de Holewelle, William de Ludewik, John le Moyne, and others (named). [A.D. 1252–1258.] Injured.
[Herts ?]A. 5251. Grant by Walter Hacun, to John Russel, of land in Hyenton, part by Goreheg, part above Merecroft, part at Manemad, and part extending upon Hernigstrate; with release of 12d. quit rent. Witnesses:—Sirs Simon de Furnell, Ralph son of Fulk, Richard Muschet, Alberic de Marines, and others (named)
[Herts.]A. 5252. Grant by William de Hethlield and Joan [daughter of] Hugh Michel, bis wife, and Beatrice, daughter of the said Hugh, to Richard Russel, of land in Aspeden, in a place called 'Michelescroft' adjoining the road called 'le Chapmanstrat,' together with a yearly rent which Richard Russel used to pay to the said Beatrice. Witnesses:—Sir Roger Bryan, knight, Peter de Taney, Peter Samson, and others (named). Seal and portion of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5253. Grant by William de Hathfelde and Joan daughter of Hugh Michel of Aspeden, his wife, to Richard Russel of the same, of all their tenement and land in Aspeden in a place called 'Michelecroft,' adjoining the road called 'Chapmanestrat,' with a yearly rent which Richard Russel his father used to pay the grantors for a piece of the said tenement. Witnesses:—Peter de Taney, Peter Samson, William de Poley, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5254. Release by Beatrice [daughter of] Hugh Michel of Yhentone, to Richard son of Richard Russel, of all that piece of a tenement which she has in Aspeden by the death of Hugh in a place called 'Michelescro[f]t,' abutting on a road called 'Chapmannesgrene.' Octave of the Innocents 23 Edward I. Seal, injured.
[Herts.]A. 5255. Grant by Robert Brexpere, 'tannere,' of St. Albans, and Margery his wife, to Richard Lewyne of the same, and Agnes his wife, of three cottages under one roof, with land and meadow adjoining, in St. Albans, in the street called 'Sopwellane,' abutting on the water course from Halywelle towards Sopwellemylle, 12 March, 1 Richard II. Two seals.
[Herts.]A. 5256. Grant by John le Moyne, son of Luke le Moyne, of Hertfordingebery, to John the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of land [in Hertfordingebery] in the west field (campo de west) adjoining the land of Suhtwode, and of a ditch adjoining a messuage called 'Huverhalle'; with release of 2 lbs. of cummin yearly due to the grantor for a tenement in Rokesford, and release of every action concerning a ditch between lands of the grantor and grantees in Rokesford, to hold to the grantees in frank almoin. Witnesses:—Simon Tailepaste, Richard de Valoines, John de Holewelle, and others (named). [A.D. 1252–1258.] Seal.
Endorsed: 'Rochesforth.'
[Herts.]A. 5257. Grant by Richard de Valoniis, to Richard the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of all his land in Roxford in the parish of Hertfordingesberi, part lying by the land of Suthwode and part by 'la petite Leghe' &c.; paying certain rents specified. 17 kalends of June [16 May], A.D. 1248, during the eyre of the justices at Hertford, viz. Sir Henry de Bathonia, William de Wilton, Alan de Wassand, Reginald de Cobeham, and William Brito.
[Middx.]A. 5258. Bond by Thomas Gybbes, citizen and mercer of London, and William Besteney, esquire, to John Wilkes, citizen and clothier of London, for the payment to him on 22 July next, of 6l. 2s. 3 August, 13 Edward IV.
[Herts.]A. 5259. Acknowledgement by Richard the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, that they owe a yearly rent of grain to Richard de Valoniis, and after his death to Awda his wife, from land in Roxford, to be received at Ho in Hertfordingesberi, the said land to remain to the said canons after the deaths of Richard and Awda; Richard is not bound to warrant to the said canons certain land lying by Pollardespightel or certain meadow land in Chadrichesmad. Witnesses:—Sirs Henry de Holewoll and William de Albingeton, William de Ludewik, and others (named). [A.D. 1248.] Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5260. Grant in frank almoin by John le Moyne of Hertfordingberi, to E[ustace] the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, of land with a messuage, garden, and meadow in Rokesforde [in Hertfordingeberi]. Witnesses:—Sir William de Ludewic, Guy de Tywinge, Walter de Nevile, and others (named). [A.D. 1264–1280.] Seal.
Card.A. 5261. Letters patent by the king, demising to Llewellyn ap Rees ap Llewellyn ap Rees, for ninety-nine years, the forest of Llysnewyth, within the commote of Mevenneth, and a messuage with lands adjoining called 'Lepers lands' in the said commote. Cardigan, 1 April, 24 Henry [VII].
Underwritten: 'Md that this graunt was maid anno xxiiijt H. vij.' Copy.
Endorsed: 'Allor per Jevan Lloid Lln' ap Rees termino Hillarii xmo Februarii anno regni regis Edwardi vjti vto.'
[Middx.]A. 5262. Release by Ralph son of the late John called 'le Prest,' to William de Biddikes, citizen and pepperer of London, and Alice his wife, in fee, of all his right in five houses with shops &c. in All Hallows' parish, Fancherch, London. Witnesses:—Richer de Refham, mayor of London, Richard de Welleford and Simon de Mereworth, sheriffs, and others (named), Wednesday after St. Luke, 5 Edward II.
Herts. Bucks. Middx.A. 5263. Demise by Bartholomew Westby, one of the barons of the Exchequer, John More, Richard Broke, Anthony Fitzherbert, serjeantsat-law, Robert Troublefeld, George Skipwith, Thomas Warren, Robert Barlee, Edward Danyell, Thomas Blake, and John Skipwith, to Thomas Barnwell, Richard Hervy, and William Lawnde, of their manors called 'More,' 'Assheles,' and 'Britwell'; with letter of attorney authorising John Bigge to deliver seisin of the premises. 11 November, 8 Henry VIII. One signature. Ten seals.
Herts.A. 5264. Release by Richard Lee of St. Albans, knight, to Richard Bourman of London, clerk, of all his right in the site of the monastery of St. Albans, reserving to the grantor all the land called 'Le Sextory orchardes and gardeyns.' December, 5 Edward VI. Signed. Seal.
Herts.A. 5265. Grant by the same, to the same, of the above premises for 586l. 13s. 4d., to hold from the king in free socage as of his manor of Eastgrenewiche, co. Kent, by fealty; with letter of attorney authorising Richard Raynshawe, esquire, and others (named), to deliver seisin. 25 November, 5 Edward VI. Signed.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll of 3 and 4 Philip and Mary: also of delivery of seisin to the grantee's attorney in the presence of witnesses named.
[Essex.]A. 5266. Grant by Alexander de Waham, to Ralph son of William, of land acquired and purchased by the grantor round Wikes viz. the land of Horiselle and of Cokeseie. Witnesses:—William de Hastinkes, Robert de Windesor, William de Espinez, and others (named). At Eistan after the death of William the lord. [Henry II.] Seal.
Essex.A. 5267. Letters patent by the king, granting licence to Henry Strete, parson of the church of Great Okele, Robert de Wolferston, and John Coun, to assign to the prioress and nuns of Wykes, a yearly rent of 5 marks from a messuage, lands, and wood in Great Okele and Wykes, to be received as of the value of 100s. (in valorem centum solidorum) in part satisfaction of a former licence granted to the said prioress and nuns by Edward III., to acquire and hold lands, tenements, and rents to the yearly value of 10l. Westminster, 16 November, 5 Richard [II]. Great Seal.
[Essex.] [Suff.] [Oxford.]A. 5268. Grant by H[enry II], to the nuns of St. Mary's, Wikes, of all the land of Crokeslande and the island of Sydriches Hey, with land in Wendelberi, and all the land which Roger de Gloucestria held from the abbot of Albemarle in Belstede, also land in Oteleye, a rent in Torp, the mill of Middleton with certain land, and assarted land in Toleshunt, with liberty to assart a hundred acres ubi Deus eis prestiterit in Essex (Exessia), and to purchase wood for repairing their dwellings: grant also of freedom from waste &c. and confirmation of all grants to them in almoin, made or to be made in the king's land, also freedom from pleas, Danegeld, toll, hidage, pontage, soc, sac &c. &c. Witnesses:—G. bishop of London, Ranulf de Glanvill, Hugh de Creissi, Hubert Walter, Bartholomew and Roger de Glanvill, and Richard de Hastinges Westminster. [A.D. 1163–1187.]
[Essex.]A. 5269. Confirmation by Richard, archbishop of Canterbury, of the charters granted by Henry I, Henry II, Theobald the grantor's predecessor, and by Robert, Richard, and Gilbert, bishops of London &c. to the nuns of St. Mary's, Wikes. Witnesses:—Archdeacons Waleran of Bayeux and William of Gloucester, Master Robert de Inglesham, William the clerk of Wedecherch, and others (named). [A.D. 1177–1184.]
[Essex.]A. 5270. Notification by Robert, bishop of London, to the dean and chapter of St. Paul's and the archdeacons &c. that he has confirmed to the nuns of St. Mary's, Wikes, the grant of the island of Sirichesheie and the demesne tithes of Alexander de Waham in Purle, and all the possessions of the said church, as confirmed to them by Henry [I], and by Tedbald, archbishop of Canterbury, primate of all Britain (tocius Britannie). Witnesses:—Richard, the bishop's chaplain, Hugh de Marenni, Master Albric, William de Wolkendone, and Salomon de Stebeheie. [A.D. 1141–1151.] Injured.
[Essex.]A. 5271. Abbreviated copy of A. 5270.
[Essex.]A. 5272. Grant by the king, to the nuns of St. Mary's, Wikes, of a fair to be held yearly at Michaelmas for three days, and confirmation of all grants to them by Henry II, with further grant of freedom from all pleas and suits &c. in the king's land. Witnesses:—Baldwin, archbishop of Canterbury, William, archbishop of Rouen, H [ugh], bishop of Durham, H[ubert], bishop of Salisbury, J[ohn], bishop of Norwich, G[ilbert], bishop of Rochester, and others (named). Given by the hand of William de Longo Campo (Longchamp), elect of Ely, the chancellor. Canterbury, 28 November, 1 Richard I. Fragments of Great Seal.
[Essex.]A. 5273. Grant in frank almoin by Alexander de Wikes, to the nuns of St. Mary's, Wikes, of all his mansion and of his garden round the church of Wikes, and of all the lands which his father gave to them; also of other land which Algan, parson of Wikes, held there, with demesne tithes. Witnesses:—Richard, bishop of London, Abel, abbot of St. Osythe, Richard and Nicholas, archdeacons of London, and others (named). [A.D. 1152–1162.]
[Essex.]A. 5274. Grant in frank almoin by W. and Alice his wife, to the nuns of St. Mary's, Wykes, of 10s. yearly, part from land in Wimbis, and part from the grantor's mill of Nortune. Witnesses:—Wido de Langefort, milite nostro, Richard de Saltwode, Robert de Pollestede, Edward de Wikes, Bernard de Widermundefort, and others (named).
[Essex.]A. 5275. Confirmation in frank almoin by William son of Robert, of all the grants made by Walter Mascherel and Alexander his brother, to the nuns of St. Mary's, Wikes. Witnesses:—Abel, abbot of St. Osyth's, Moses, dean of Tendringe, William de Spineto, and others (named). Equestrian seal, injured.
[Essex.]A. 5276. Confirmation by king Stephen of the grant by Walter Mascherell and Alexander his brother, at the request of Edith their sister, to the nuns of Wikes, of the church of St. Mary's, Wikes, and of land and villeins in Wikes, with the said grantors' garden and mansion around the said church, and land in Fretenges: also further grant by the king of soc, sac, infangenetheof &c. with customs and liberties as King Henry [I] commanded by his grant. Witnesses:—M[atilda] the queen, and William Mart', at Geldeford.
[Essex.]A. 5277. Grant in frank almoin by Geoffrey Martel, to the nuns of St. Mary's, Wikes, of all the land which William de Sturwode held of the grantor in Colchester, Witnesses:—Ralph the chaplain, Aldolf de Braci, and of the men of the town of Teie, Robert the Black (Niger), and others (named).
Kent.A. 5278. Receipt by Richard Fermor, merchant of the staple of Calais, and Thomas Barett, citizen and merchant tailor of London, for 58l. 7s. 3d received from Thomas Crumwell, master and treasurer of the king's jewels, in payment of all sums due to them for the purchase of the moiety, 'purparte or haulfendele' of the lands and tenements &c. called 'Smythes landes' and 'Newlands' within the king's new park of Eltham, purchased by the said Cromwell and Christopher Hales, attorney general, from them, for the king's use. 22 August, 24 Henry VIII. English. Two seals.
Kent.A. 5279. Grant by the same, to William Paulett, knight, controller of the king's household, Thomas Crumwell, esquire, master or treasurer of the king's jewels, Christopher Hales, attorney general, and William Body, citizen and mercer of London, of the above mentioned lands to the king's use; with letter of attorney authorising Peter Meawtys and John Kyrkeby to deliver seisin of the premises. 23 August, 24 Henry VIII. Signed. Two seals.
Endorsed: Memorandum of delivery of seisin of the said premises in the presence of witnesses named.
Kent. [Middx.] Surrey. Suff. Wilts. Dorset. Wales.A. 5280. Grant and surrender by Matilda, the prioress, and the convent of SS. Mary and Margaret, Dertford, to the king, of lands and tenements in Dertford, Stone, Wilmyngton, and Suthflete, [co. Kent]; certain tenements in the city of London in the parishes of St. Martin without Lodegate, St. Martin Orgar by Ebegate, and St. Katharine within the cemetery of the Holy Trinity the Great, within Algate &c.; also rents and services from, with the reversion of, two messuages and three shops in Cordewanerstrete in the said city; the manor of Shibbourn with rents and services in Mallynge, co. Kent; the manor of Hecchesham, cos. Surrey and Kent; all their lands and tenements with rents and services of tenants &c. in Putfold, co. Surrey; the manors of Braundeston and Combes, co. Suff.; the manors of Norton and Fishide, with all the grantors' lands &c. in Billegh, Emewell Trowe, Westwythyhull, Weremonstre, Bourton atte Nasshe, Wilton, Gerardeston, Rolveston, and Purbik, with all their members, advowsons and knights' fees &c. cos. Wilts and Dorset; the manors of Colwenston and Molteston in Wales; the manor of Great Belstede with the church of Wasshebrouk and Velchurch, and the advowson of the vicarage thereof, and the advowson of the church of Alfreton, co. Suff. 6 April, 45 Edward III. Portion of conventual seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in December of the year within written.
[ ]A. 5281. Bond by Richard Fermor, merchant of the staple of Calais, and Thomas Barett, citizen and merchant tailor of London, to Thomas Crumwell, master or treasurer of the king's jewels, and Christopher Hales attorney general, for 100l. for the king's use. 16 June, 24 Henry VIII. Signed. Two seals.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond, witnessing that if the said Fermor and Barett shall observe the covenants of certain indentures of even date with the said bond, made between the above parties, the said bond shall be void. English.
[Norf. ?]A. 5282. Grant by Hubert de Burgh, earl of Kent, to Philip Basset of all his messuage of Biestun, with the circuit (circuitu) of the same manor, which remained to the grantor over and above the extent which he made to Philip of the same manor, in exchange for the manor of Crokestun formerly given by Hubert to Philip; saving to the grantor the advowson of the church of the same manor. Witnesses:—Sirs Gilbert de Sandford, Henry de Wintersell, William de Gorham, John de Valletort, Thomas Blund, and others (named). Fragments of seal of arms.
[Norf. ?]A. 5283. Grant by John de Burgh, to Philip Basset, of the advowson of the church of Bestune with the manor of Beston, which Philip has of the gift of Hubert de Burgh, the grantor's father. Witnesses:— Sir William de Eboraco, provost of Beverley, the king's justiciar, and others (named). Feast of St. Katharine, A.D. 1243. Portion of seal of arms.
[Norf.?]A. 5284. Grant by John de Burgh, to Sir Philip Basset, of the manor of Beston with a capital messuage &c. except the advowson of the church of the same town, which manor Philip had of the gift of Sir Hubert de Burgh, late earl of Kent, the grantor's father. Witnesses:—Walter Byset, Ralph de Haya, John de Curtenay, Robert de Tweinge, and others (named). Fragment of seal of arms.
Endorsed: 'Kantia.'
Kent.A. 5285. Letters patent by the king, restoring to William de Monte Canisio, a view of frank pledge and sheriff's turn granted to Ralph de Monte Canisio by Henry III. and which had been forfeited to the king by William's men and tenants in the county named on account of abuses. 10 November, 8 Edward [III]. Portion of Great Seal.
Underwritten: 'Eyliorum in Eylesford et in Laverkefeld et Twyferd.'
[Kent.]A. 5286. Demise by Robert de la Sutsole, to Thomas de Colbeham, clerk, and Joan daughter of William, his wife, for twenty-two years from the Purification, 1 Edward I, of land in Colbeham, adjoining the high road from Colbehambery to Colcintre. Witnesses:—Walter de la Brome, William Bolle, John de Estwod, and others (named). Seal, defaced.
[Kent.]A. 5287. Grant by William de Leybourne, knight, to Fulk Peyforer, of all his manor of Colewybregge in the towns of Boctone, Malherbe, and Egerston, paying 10l. yearly to the grantor and to Julia bis wife, at the grantor's manor of La Gare in the parish of Hopcherche, during the life of the said Julia. 25 Edward I.
Kent.A. 5288. Grant by John de Bykenore of Claveryng, called 'La Veele,' lord of the manor of Coldham, co. Essex, kinsman and heir of Robert de Bykenore of Derteford, to the king, of the manor of Portebrig and of all the lands &c. in Derteford, Wylmynton, and Stone which he inherited after the said Robert's death, with the advowson of a chapel or chantry of St. Edmund the king in Derteford. 11 May, 39 Edward III. Seal, broken.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in June of the 39th year of the king within written.
[Kent.]A. 5289. Indenture between Thomas de Brokhell, sheriff of Kent, and John de Godesfeld, attorney of James, Nicholas, and Bartholomew de Barde and their companions, merchants of the society of the Bardi of Florence, witnessing the delivery by the said sheriff to the said John of a moiety of the lands &c. formerly of Richard de Grey of Codenore, part in a field called 'Cherchefeld,' part in Middelfeld, part at Forhevel with Risshettis, part at Gorrodesfeld, part in the field called 'Wetfeld,' part in a meadow by Neweheth, part in Oxenlese, Aumbesberymed and Bordiseacre and wood at Kyngeswode and Huntyngton &c. Thursday after the Exaltation of the Cross, 10 Edward III. Seal of arms.
Endorsed:—'Codenore in Kane'.
Kent.A. 5290. Grant by Cicely, late the wife of William Lenche, to John Donat, citizen and apothecary of London, and Amice his wife, of all the lands, rents, and services &c. which she lately had in Northflete and Southflete. Wednesday the morrow of St. Barnabas, 44 Edward III. Seal.
Kent.A. 5291. Grant by Richard de Evere, citizen of London, and Margaret his wife, to William Lench and Cicely his wife, of all the lands, rents, and tenements &c. which they lately had in Northflete and Southflete. Sunday after St. Lucy the virgin, 32 Edward III. Two seals.
Kent.A. 5292. Letter of attorney by William Latymer and Nicholas de Carreu, authorising Sir Henry de Melbourn, clerk, and Nicholas Heryng to deliver to the king seisin of all the lands and tenements &c. in Northflete and Southflete, which they had of the gift of John Donat, citizen and apothecary of London, and Amice his wife; with further letter of attorney by the said William authorising the said Henry and Nicholas Heryng to deliver to the king seisin of land in Northflete which William had acquired from John Pycot. London, 21 October, 48 Edward III. Seal of arms and fragment of seal of arms.
Kent.A. 5293. Grant by William Corveyser of the parish of Northflete, and Denise his wife, to John Donat, citizen and apothecary of London, of land in Northflete. 25 September, 44 Edward III. Two seals.
Kent.A. 5294. Grant by John Donat, citizen and apothecary of London, and Amice his wife, to Sir William Latymer, knight, and Nicholas de Carreu the elder, of all their lands, tenements, rents and services &c. in Northflete and Suthflete. 8 April, 47 Edward III. Two seals, one of arms.
Kent.A. 5295. Grant by William Latymer, and Nicholas de Carreu the elder, to the king, of all the lands, tenements, rents and services &c. in Northflete and Suthflete which they had of the grant of John Donat, citizen and apothecary of London, and Amice his wife. Witnesses:—Sir Peter de Lacy, rector of the church of Northflete and others (named). Gravesende, 21 October, 48 Edward III. Two seals of arms.
[Kent.]A. 5296. Grant by Fulk Payforer, to Sirs Walter de Leghtone, parson of Leyburne, and Martin Erchebaud, vicar of Prestone, of the manors of Dene and Westgate in the Isle of Thanet. Prestone by Wyngeham, Tuesday the feast of the Purification, 4 Edward II. Seal of arms.
[Kent.]A. 5297. Grant by Sedegos and Belemei, daughters of Alnold, to John son of Edward de Ho, of a messuage in Derteford. Witnesses:— Henry de Ripa, John de Erde, and others (named). Twelfth century.
Kent.A. 5298. Letters patent by the king, granting to Queen Isabella his consort, for her life, the reversion of the castle and manor of Ledes, after the death of Queen Margaret, the king's mother. Ramesey, 11 April, 7 Edward [II]. Fragments of Great Seal.
[Notts.]A. 5299. Demise by Sir Hugh Euse of Flyntham, knight, to John James of the same, in tail, and to his wife, of a messuage and land in Flyntham, paying 18s. yearly, two hens at Christmas, one day's journey (dietam) in autumn, and making two appearances at two great courts of the same lord yearly. Tuesday after the Purification, 14 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Notts.]A. 5300. Demise by William Warde of Flintaham, to William Cost of the same, for the term of nine crops, of arable land in Flintaham, part lying 'Aboveyesike,' part in 'le Swynholes,' and part upon 'le Ernehowes.' Friday after the Annunciation, A.D. 1342. Seal, defaced.